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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX Mt LtTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1909. DO YOU KNOW About Central British Columbia? Largest undeveloped area of good land on North American Continent, suitable for wheat, mixed fanning and stock. Gold, silver, salt, petroleum. 4 You Can Get Information of wonderful opportunities by writing for our free map and official data regarding land, mines, climate, etc. FORT GEORGE Coming metropolis, on line of Grand Trunk Pacific By., half way between Prince Kupert and Edmonton. :Fort George is the gateway'to .great Neehatfo, Skeena. Peace River. Fraser and olher fertile valleys, also to Carr-iboo and Yukon mining disricfe. First offering of town guaranteed and. insured by Government uf British Columbia. Send your name and address today iJ interested. FISCHER CREEK BUDGET A Million for a New Stomach CLEMENCY FOR MRS. ROBINSON. Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Hon A. B. Ayles'.vorth, Minister of Jus- tice, was waited on OIL Saturday by Mrs. Peter Larmorth, President of the National Council of Women, and; Mrs. Adam Short, Vice-president ior Ontario, and presented with a mam- moth petition gotten up by the var- ious branches of the National council onibehalf of Mrs. Robinson, the Chap- 4eau woman under death sentence for the murder of her daughter's chil- dren. Although no report has.yet been 'made to the council by the de- partment of justice there Is little doubt but that executive clemency will be exercised in the case of Mrs. Eobinson. Pineher Crock, Oct. ap- pearance at the opera on Sat- urday night of the boy violinist, Wil- frid L. Small, with Percy S. Hook, pianist, did not attract a very largo crowd. This, no doubt, was due to 30 many attractions having run their course during the previous part of the wtK'k. 3e this as it may, who were Saturday night enjoyed a rich musical treat that seldom comes the rounds oi Pincher H is not surprising that this juvenile Canada, for his marvellous and dex- trous manipulation of the grandest of all instruments, the violin, must at times put many older and more ex- perienced violinists to blush. The program was exclusively a each number on it being from one or other of the old and without onr, each number being from one or them. The violinist p was substituted by the I.O.O.F. for the Harold JV.rvis concert to have held the previous night, but who his inability to pres nt, as lie had lout his voice- for the time b ing. R. E. Finluy, Methodist pas- tor, returned Saturday evening from the Sunday School at Edmonton. A meeting of the hockey club is called f-'.-r Tuesday evening in tlie c-.-uiteil chamber for reorganization tomobile in which she was riding to- I purposes. Those interested in hockey day with her husband and baby i aild the 'building of a skating rink was about to collide with a rapidly j are also invited to be present, moving taxi cab, Mrs. Mary Biakely i An institute meeting cf the Pincher million dollars to any physician who would make his stomach strong enough his thouey, this multimillionaire is compelled to live on milk and crackers. What a, warning this is to men and women who are beginning to realize that "they have a Slight attacks of indigestion soon develop into acute attacks. The weak- ened stomach quickly becomes weaker under the continued strain of digesting unsuitable food. Chronic Dyspepsia makes a strict diet life miserable. WINCE BLDGk, VANCOUVER'S. stomach give you millionaires cannot buy, a clean, sweet, healthy stomach which will be capable of digesting any reasonable meal. made from concentra- ted and intensified fruit juice, acts directly on the stomach, increases the flow of the digestive juices and corrects the faults of digestion. "Fruit-a-tives" Or "Fruit Liver Tablets" is not only a positive and speedy cure for all these troubles. It also acts as a general tonic, building1 up and strengthening the entire system. Frequently those, who have been cured of Stomach and Bowel Troubles, write to the Company, stating that they are enjoying better health than ever before. Fruit-a-tives" is sold by all druggists and dealers at 500. a box, 6 for or trial box, may be obtained from Fruit-a-tives Ottawa. DR. MILLiGAN ALTERS VIEWS Toronto Divine Is Strongly In Favor Of Church Unions THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1807 B. K. WALKER, President AUEXAXDEE LAIED, General Manager Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, FATAL MISTAKE Chicago, Nov. the au- jumped out and run over and killed by the taxicab. she made the plunge Mrs. Biakely threw out the child, who was in nor arms, but the little one escaped injury. Mr. Biakely avoided the collision by a quick turn. OLE BENSON'S ESTATE A-dministration of the estate of Ole Benson of Coutts vyho was accidental- ly drowned last May in an attemot to drive across the Milk River dur- ing high water has been issued to the Trusts and Guarantee Company, Lim- ited, Public Administrators' Mr. Benson owns considerable ranch land in the vicinity of Coutts as well as stock of considerable value. Creek Agricultural Society called for .Saturday evening did not material- ize for lack of attendance. The balance of the Davison Eros.' stock is being disposed cf by auction sale by Lewis Bros. Co., of Spo- kane and Chicago. sales com- menced Friday and terminate Mon day. Some harmless fun but no depre- irot their new quarters in the Scott Block. Their new place of bus- iness is a, model of neatness and cleanliness, and much more conven- 'ient to the general purchasing public. of the town. j A bowling-alley is being- fitted up j I in the basement oi one of the Scott blocks, and a" pool room on ground floor. i bridge, we i responsible the A Mr. Shaffon. of Leth- understand, is the party fbr the new venture. (Toronto Globe, Monday, Oct. Church union in Canada has gained a new and strong supporter in Rev. Dr. G. M. Milliganm who on the occa- sion of the thirty-third anniversary of his induction to Old St. Andrew's Church last night preached a power- ful sermon, in which he proclaimed himself a believer in a National Church for Canada. Dr. Miiligan indicated that, his thoughts had turned in this direction during his recent- vacation. Na- tional Church for he i said, "was the thought that J on me when 1 had greater leisure! than I could have in the ministry, j and when I was in conditions which caused me to reflect that I might i not be long here." i At the forenoon service Dr. .1. A. j Macdonald delivered an anniversary j address. j The Path of the Righteous j Old St. Andrew's was scarcely able j to accommodate the congregation j that crowded the church at the even-! j ing service to hear their beloved pas- i tor preach on the thirty-third anni- j versary of his induction. Taking as j his text Proverbs IS, "The path i of the righteous is-as the 'dawning] TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient way in which to carry money when travelling. They are issued in denominations of and and. the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hollauu, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding them may be obtained at every office of the Bank. 131A Lethbridge Branch C G. KJourse, Manager OF CANADA. CapM and Rest Exceed Put by Souse Money this Fall Now, while money is corning in fast, is the time to build up your Savings Bank balance. If you have not yet opened a Savings Account in the Union Bank, don't delay it any longer. Your money is safer there than in your purse or your home, and is available at once if 3-011 ueed it. Meantime it is earning Interest at highest current rate's. Uethbridge Branch J. R. Anderson. Manager." Stirling A. F Schimnowski.Actirig Manager. Grassy Lake Branch- fi. W. Baiilie, Manager. MURDER IN MANITOBA Gimli, Man., Nov. 5 o'clock tonight a Galician farmer came to town with, a report that a woman had j here" on Hallowe'en. been killed and two children in a farm -house six miles north of the town. A constable has gone out to W. G..' Askey, for many years iden- tified with the Hudson's Bay Co.'s store, has bought out the Davison Go's general store business at Cowley dations were committed by the boys j and opens out at that place on Mon. the scene of the murder to investi- gate. As far as can be learned at pres- ent, a German who had 'been visiting at a Galician house, got into a fight with the Galician and. after batter- ing him badly, chased him out" of the housi'. The Galician stayed out in tag bush until he saw the German leave and on returning to the house found that his wife and two children had been killed. The name of the parties is not known. Saturdav night! day. was the time accepted by all for this j annual -merriment One or -two odd i Petitions are I signature in the churches here 4. lacking spectacles were to be ssen on our streets at a late hour. During the past week the town, au- thorities have had several crossings placed, at very convenient intervals on our main street, which will add greatly to the comfort and conven-j ience of foot passengers. The work is being circulated for to have the law .amended so as to pro- hibit gambling in the. streets or race tracks. Mr. Passmore was appointed dele- gate from the Methodist church here to attend the laymen's co a vent ion at-Macleod on still A going on. concert is, to be given in i day. the. A lecture illustrated by fifty lime near future with the object-of raising funds wherewith to supply uniforms for the public school cadets. P. Burns Co., butchers, have now right views, in aid of the Canadian Bzble society is -to be given in the Presbyterian Church on Friday even- in e nC'Xt. PROSPECTUS OF THE WESTERN FARMERS ELEVATO AND MILLING Limited Capital divided into shares cf each, non-assessable light that shineth more and more im- REPUBLICANS CONflDENTT- to a perfect Dr. Miiligan said j the -essence of religion was not m- I teliectual capability, but spirituality i Electi'on IN MASSACHUSETTS of heart and mind. The foundation of all Christian belief was, character. One of the characteristics of those who followed the path of the right- eous was that whatever their oxter- i nal organization, they brought a sense of security to the souls of men. j 4 The characteristic of the Church was peace. Nothing made a man so sure in his life as the Gospel of his Lord and Saviour. Another thing- that characterized the Church of Christ was activity, awakeness. Wherever pure religion came it awoke men up. Wherever religion came they would Have Chance of Winning the greatest foe had to contend. GOVERNMENT GETTING AFTER THE REBELS j Managua, Nicaragua, Nov.' is.. Very i government has begun, active opera- tions against the rebels. The latter have abandoned one of their p'osi- tions, leaving it mined with dyna- mite. The government forces were forewarned and entered the place cautiously, without accident. The j warning probably -saved the van- v>