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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD T. All Crippled Up With Rheumatism GIN FILLS Gave Prompt Relief One of the leading real estate operators in Canada's largest city is Samuel and conservative manner. Occupj-inj; such a position he should weigh his words when making any statement for publication. The letter below shows what Mr. Longruore thinks of the famous PILLS. 55 UNIVERSITY STREET, MoxTkEAi., P.Q. "Just a word of praise for GIN PILLS. About fifteen months ago, I could' not walk across my room, suffering severely with Rheumatism. I took GIN PILLS aiid became quite well. Two months ago, I had Rheumatic Tains with Neuralgia and Diarrhoea. I resorted to GIN for one week and became quite well. Lest week, I suffered again, wit'.i Neuralgia, Three GIN PILLS cured me. They. are really good." SAMUEL LONGMORE. You see, GIN PILLS do quick relief- do save you, pain and suffering do cutx- Rheumatism, Neuralgia and all troubles due to weak, strained, over-worked kidneys and Irritated Bladder. If you are subject 1o suffer with it more or less every GIN PILLS right Start in and rise them regularly and you will never have the slightest touch of your old eucmy. GIN PILLS are sold on a positive guarantee of money back if they fail to rive relief. 5oc. a box, 6 for If you have anv difficulty in getting GIN PILLS, write us enclosing 5oc. for one boVor lor six boxes and we will supply you promptly. Sample box free if you write us, mentioning this paper. National Drug and Chemical Co., Dept. A. D. Toronto. WIANGA-TONE BLOOD AND NERVE TABLETS, the best all-around tonic for pale, thin, bloodless people, coc. a box. 73 KEEP LETHBRIDGE IN LIMELIGHT is receiving lots of pub- licity these days, and S. L. Vale, of Waterloo, Iowa, father of Mrs. L. D. Bedford, of this city, gives the city the following boost in the Waterloo Evening Reporter: "S. L. Vale, of this city, receives a copy of the Lethbridge Herald which contains a long article in. reference to a successful stunt pulled off by the local Board cf Trade. The event was called a "get acq-uainted" trip. Sixty- two business men in seventeen auto- mobiles, made an extensive trip in the adjacent territory, visiting, get- ting acquainted, and boosting for Leth- j bridge. It Is the first of many trips planned by Ube Board and accomplish-j ed great results for the home city. j Francisco Lou DC La Barra, Provision- "Mr. Vale makes the suggestion, and j al President of Mexico wisely too, that a get acquainted trip would be' productive of good results for Waterloo." DIAZ RESIGNS AS THE MEXICAN PRESIDENT Resignation Accepted in Dead Silence Vice Presi- dent Retires Too New Cabinet Mexico, May in Hartolomeo Carbajal y Rosas, in a letter read by the president of i Rafael Herandez Madero probably of deputies yesterday at-'will be FARMERS AT MILK RIVER ORGANIZ tr tcrnoon, resigned the presidency of o[ justice. He was suggested by Ma- Milk River. May was a meeting held in the Milk River school! house, Milk River, on May 2-tth. for j the purpose of orgf.ni7.ing a branch of j the United Farmers of Alberta. agreed upon as the minister inS to the bad roads and heavy rain j j W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE 646. To-morrow Nignt MAY 26th and 27th thi; Republic of Mexico. The letter dcro. read and the resignation accept-, Ernesto Madero is the youngest ed in dead silence. But when the man in the new cabinet, being but 35 news was known on the street there years He is an uncle of Francisco was great cheering. The resignation L Madero and probably the of vice-president Ramon Corral was i cst of '..he Madero family. He is a also accepted. 'j banker and was a member of the Francisco Leon De la Barra, lately government con-mission to devise a ambassador at Washington, was chus-j means of stabilizing the country's en provisional president and will be currency. sworn in todav. j Manuel Calero, for a time, was sub up to date of the mveting there were only about twenty present. 1 The meeting was called to order by J. F. Rowland, organizer. It was moved by B. Kimm.ingt.on, seconded by G. Tornfohr, that Mr. Ilowhuid act as chaairman, Mr. Rowland then j took the chair, and in a few chosen words expressed his feelings as to the honor conferred upon him, and then asked for a secretary to be appointed. It was moved by Mr. Rouse act as secretary. The chairman then addressed the! Official announcement was made to-' secretary of the department of fo- Tomfohr, seconded by T. Foley, that night that, with the exception of the! niento, under Minister Oleogario Mo- department of justice, the new cab- j Una. He is a member of the present i chamber of deputies. Comparatively meeting in a clear and concise man- ia youne; man, he has gained a outlining the benefits the U.F.A. Itional reputation as a fearless oru-i been, and Vl'ould be to lhc Prov- tor. Manuel Bonilla has been a news- paperman in Sonora, where he advo- cated the cause of the anti-re-election ists Dr. a member of the council of education appointed by Minister Justo Sierra, but resigned upon finding that his ideas were at variance with those of incc. He suggested that the meeting! consider 'whether they were in a po-j sition to elect suitable permanent of-j ficers owing to the small attendance, i This discussed at some Francisco Vasquez Gomez was uheri tht; chairman again rose and; stated that if a few tried to run the i business of a community that in most i cases it proved a failure. This was i considered favorable, and it was, rc.oved by B. Rimmington, seconded i F. A. WADE Presents B. C. Whitney's Mixture Highly Seasoned Musical A Riot of Color, Spirit- ed Songs, Hilarious Fun and Novel Dances. ENCHANTING SONG KITS-. BOBBY WOOLSEY JACK LESLIE Aha Big Cast of Principals "The Goo Goo Man" "How Can You Tell Till You SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS SPECIAL PRICES 7DC, and Ready Tuesday Mexican rebels massacred 206 Chin- ese in a race riot in Torreon, Mexico. It is believed the number killed is ibridge, having visited here for- three jmuch larger than the official figures last summer. i given out. Mr. Vale is welLJcnown in Leth- 'orfirio Diaz, who has resigned the v Presidency of Mexico inet had been agreed upon as fol- lows Madero. Vasquez Gomez. Francisco Vasquez Gomez. Calero. Eugenio Rascon. Bonilla. Foreign relations (sub ihe minister. He is 50 years old. Emilio Vasquez is the brother of Dr. Gomez. He is an attorney. He was president; of the first anti-re-elec- tionist convention. Eugenio Rascon is more than 60 years old. I-Ic was an officer in the liberal army at the time of the French intervention, and since then MAJESTIC JUNE 5. by T. Foley that we adjourn to meet again on Monday. June 12th, at p.m. in the same school building for the purpose of electing permanent ficers for the present year and complete the organization. to' 'ANOTHER STEAMER UP BECAUSE OF HELD SMALLPOX has participated with credit in minor campaigns. Rafael Hernandez Madero has dis- .Three Thousand Immigrants Landed tingu'ishe'd himself as an attorney. He Da-'5 at Montreal and is a young man, and among Amen- Quebec cans is well known because of his Montreal, May third steam- membership in a firiri of attorneys, er coming up the St. Lawrence bound one of which is W. A. McLaren, "an Montreal, has been held up by the ;health officials of the Gros Isle quar- Amencan. Bartolomeo Carbajal y Rosas been serving as minister in Rica. antine station, and no less tnan 22Sj passengers have been put ashore there .while the steamer, having been thor- "loughly fumigated, has proceeded to i Quebec. The- victims this time are! M.P. P. BUYS FOX SKIN Edmonton, Alta., May extra large fox, hair folack, to the city from Lesser Slave Lake 'by C. YV. "Wannacott, a northern trapper, was purchased by J. E. Cornwall, MVP. P., yesterday afternoon for The an- imal is (halt black, or a much on the new Canada Hner j figure would have been brought by tllei Gothland, from German ports, and af sale. Ottawa will save 31.200 intended for coronation celebrar.ion to use in wel- coming Connaught. quarantine they will be met by pas- sengers forced to (luring ithe last two weeks from the 'Dominion and from the Albany. A case of small- pox is the cause of the trouble, as in 'the preceding cases. The health auth- orities are unusually strict this year, I and many complaints are being filed by incoming1 captains who accuse them of discourtesy to passengers. There were many complaints aboard the Gothard, as the case of suspected small pox had been discovered early in the voyage and the suspect isolated, while the section in which he had lived ws.s disinfected and fumigated. The incoming boats this week have had very heavy passenger lists, no: less than three thousand passengers having been landed in Canada, at Mon- treal and Quebec, during the last two ciays, without taking into account REX BEACH'S GREATEST SUCCESS THE BARRIER THE STRONGEST, TRUEST ALASKAN STORY EVER WRITTEN JUNE 5TH GAYLIFE'S VISITOR A Scream from Beginning to End Coming! Monday and Tuesday The Famous Buffalo Jones Lassoing Wild Ani- mals in Africa Gveriiircs Are Sent to Presbyteries to Be Voted Upon MAY OPEN At BUftDETf Burdett, Alberta, May 25- The Union 'Bank of Canada are J e- gotiating to open a branch here short Louisville. Ky., May selec- The business men and farmers are __. _ 3n of Bristol, Tenn.. as the next j to hear iUs news. passengers on the Gothland. Most j meeting place, and a decision to put; Robert Paiiister, proprietor of of them are bound for the West, a vote of the 87 Presbyteries m the i w_ ft are S-cottish and'English. The pas- United (Southern) Presbyterian sengers on board the Gothland an -amendment to 'elect Trmctiv clause in the confession of continental, and Teutons mostly Scandinavians RUSSIA GIVES TURKEY SOLEMN NOTE OF clause faith, were features of today's session of the general assembly. The com- Imittee to which "elect -infant" over- jtures referred made a report WARNING in wfcfch it said in part: I "The committee recommends the Must Abstain from Menacing Mont-lsending tfown to the presbyteries of Support of Other following overtures to amend sec- Business trip to on fiakota- Mr.. Ma-swell is back'' from the Leth- bridge Hospital. We are nlsased to know he is convalescent. The rain and snow of this morning makes us weep for joy- FRENCH FORCE SURPRISED AND SEVERAL KILLED Minlste-r 'of tho Nations jtion 3, chapter 10, of the confession, to j colonies has received despatches ari- St. Petersburg, May solemn'read as follows: jnouncing that a Preach force foas beefe declaration of pacific intention and "'Infants dying in infancy are re-j surprised by a robbers' band at-'Ze'ra- willingness to abstain from and' saved toy and through jfied. Upper Senegal. One officer and -Montenegro will be regarded as the-the Spirit, who worketh. when andjnine men were killed aiid six men. Isole satisfactory answer by Turkey! where'and how he pleaseth. So, also j Bounded. I to the Russian'note which was sent (are all others who are not included in 'Tuesday to the Turkish government. election of grace and who are in- The imperative character of the note, i capable of being outwardly called by which warned Turkey that the of the The report was adopted. Had Severe Pains In His Back. Could Hardly Work. Mr. Alfred E. Davis, Gorrie, Crat.; eentraUon of Turkish troops along ;the frontier since the Albanian out preak constituted a menace to FIRST GREAT j-was dictated by the seriousness of the situation. In apite cf criticism by the NAVAL AlRfeHf. German .press, which have been tele- Barrow-in-Fumess. Eng.. M 'graphed here, the Russian Foreign Britain's first great naval air- fi-ce considers it has fine snip-port of the construction of which has 'majority of the powers, and the co-.been surrounded with great secrec 'operation of Great Britain, France launched here, and is now ancho assured. behind wind screens erected in tl; ''harbor. The airship was I stoop'ed down :D.VC CPVrN Mll j ,OWQ the May Fly. to pick up anything felt as if my back PAYS SEVtN MILLIES Thfi airshlp is feet in length. must break. I' was advised to try FOR MINING SECRET of the type, with a blunt nose tap-: Doan's Kidney Pills, and after taking erin- to a Dinted stern. The feature two boxes I was entirely cured, sad ieel Holder, of Smelting and Re- ot COnstractions is provision for thaU cannot speak too highly m thejr fining Co. Will Receive jegn Mdt t..iij.t i remain cured. Toronto. May million poses, and can oe moorea on water, j troubled i dollars tn stock is said to be what the The outer covering of the upper half j kicincy trouble do not know tha of the Island Smelting and Re-of the dirigible, which is 48 feet to 8Uiiering and misery which those affiicted Company stock will receive from diameter, consists of silk treated with; undergo. Sir Donald Mann, cf Mackenzie and special waterproof dressing, oyeri Weak, lame or aching back comes 31ann The company came into pxis- which aniniintim dust has been sprinkl from the kidneys, and when the kidneys through discoveries made by Dr. ed. Over a part of the bag is a cov-1 are out of order the who.s system ij S. Island, formerly a practicing den-iering of yellow slik treated with the; deranged, !tist in Toronto. His process, which same waterproofing material without Wb are a specific for tion valuable metals from low grade- gen. ores which have been formerly cast' away upon the "dump" or left unmin- ed in the earth. About two years ago the Mann i have collected, thus clearing out the 1 kidnevs, bladder and urinary passages. terests offered six million cash 1U. Rev. J. R. Gundy, of Grace Methodist i 5oc.pcr box or 3 for Sl.25, at att Church. St. Thomas, is retiring a f ter j or mailed direct on receipt of years in the-ministry. Rev. R. price by The T. Milburn Co.. Limited, ol 'tils' Avon, has been called to Toronto. Ont. i If crclennz direct specify ;