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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Nov. 2, THE LEXIIBKIDGE DAILY HEKALB fef Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works NEEDS IMGESTION GOES !N FIVE 'MINUTES Heartburn, and Other Stomach Misery Vanish If what you just ate is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, of you gas and. eructate sour1, undigested food, or have a feeling of dizziness, Heartburn; Fullness, Nausea, bad -taste in, mouth and stomach this is indjgestioii. A full casft of Pape's Diapegsin .cost only 50 cents and wiil thoroughly cure your out-of-order stomach, and leave, sujttcient about the house in case some one else in the family may suffer from stomach trouble11 or indigestion. Ask your pharmacist to show you formula plainly 50-cent cases, then printed on these, you will under- stand why Dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must go. and why they usually 'relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or I indigestion in five, minutes. Diapepsin is harmless and tastes 'like candy, each doso contains power suffi- cient to digest and prepare for assimi- lation into the blood all the -food you. menu sitting in front barn ap- parently, looking over picture :ppst cards. The two; men made no sign that thi-y saw the five riders ap- proaching until they were right upon them, but witness thought much1, of- their apparent surprise then, was feigned- One of the men seated at ''he barn door was Walter Howard and the other. Otto Bird. .Witness looked through the barn and saw two horses freshly sweated up arid ail in lather.- One of them was u, black horse, with a saddle still .on 'and bear ing Howard's brand. It was this horse, when witness examined it the following day, had the toe cork miss- ing from the front left shoe. They Track Missing Bunch a bunch of horses outside .the fence about a mile east of the ranch witness with Gerard and! remouated their horses and-: start-Mi towards them thinking it might be the bunch they were looking .for. -As they went out of the east gate they.- saw the, tracks where :a bunch of- horses; hati recently been driy en fou't, 'four pairs of sharp shod shoe" prints denoting they had been driven two on horseback. The! bunch turned out not to-be.j the ones they were looking for and so i they" the river until near i east gate of- the Howard field! looking'for the tracks of thei bun'ch .where they -had crossed 'thei the 'gate they found; where the bunch had been driven I across'-the river.- The ice was heavily frosted'ami showed clearlv i of. the "linshbd the eat, besides at makes you horses, which had table with a healthy appetite; iwhat will please, you most, is. that you will- feel that your stomach, and intes- tines are clean and fresh, and you will not .need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for Biliousness or Tnis city will have many Diapepsin cranks, as some people, will call them. but you will '.be cranky about this, splendid stomach preparation, .too-, if you. ever try a'jiittle for Indigestion or AH grttei'S are. entrusted to competent work- men and receive prompt aiidcarelul attention teiition. the tracks two been ridden-by tee men driving them, "While examining; these footprints, .the accused-rode over to them from the ranch'. like-you men have lost sormMng- mighty he "said. witness said his reply wa'sj f'liTgVg.. iGQiQnn- ffjr .-Ijwj. blillCh 01 adian" horses that were'in y.our now. If'you don't m'ind telling us what Iyou.r-hae .done .Gastritis, or anfj.bther j with, them-! lot ,of ever and T persisted'-he I f.nd yourself stomach trouble} knewnothing' :-about _any Canadian-.! I .indigestion.-. the-discussion Sold by MACEOD NEWS BUDGET aiacieqd, .Nov. 1. A meeting of ,tl.iose interested in, curling has been for tonight by P. H. Douglas'; secretary treasurer of the Macleod e'en festival to b'e held. In the J.own: hall on Friday will be a concert vhel'd-iii'xsonnection" with this and a very''-enjoyable ing, is A. Young, of.Young'sr; store, (Continued from front _ ended ttie 'discussion -by "declaring .that he was going to thei agency the! -following day and would j report' witness and Barton for -riding j on the reserve- without permits. Wit-j ness, and., "the. other" three men follow- .ecLvthe; tracts bunch or hofses-j too dark and :thcy -diuit; They returned the 'follow-' ing Indian policemen, accused under arrest. _____ j then- followed lip the tracks of the Peters' horses. Witness recognised to another! fwe hundred yards away and before' hf-T 'nd tls' Getting- closer-to .-'the theyy of the-missing hors-; es, all with fresh brands over the old ones. vThe EH connected on one of been changed to a BHR- 3d, left: on Friday "for ''Winni- connected" '1j rand, ;and where'.they 'Tvill- in. f Mr- ,-b'raiids .changed siiiii pe TonKih in that city. all the other ilarly. Witness i V4. T U h> i T j 1 _I l I' leaves re-1 was- close enough, -to -read -the' j eignt Canadian liorses, Deluding the j ceived--word." tfaa.i' -.n-_ -i___L. 4.1, __i were for. Tb.fi tracks; I. was -E. ,R. Tonkin who lor the past two years'resided'.in- Mac- Jeod for. The track's or! the two" sharp sliocl horse_s that haid j been "the bunch .went right back alone to the barn. Hoof "Prints Raise Suspicion !t was when crossing the river i had-'no .diiiiculty '-'lar recognizing-1'- horses j noises, for he knew them He j and closely examined" the tracks of had since- seen four of the fiv-s horses the wo .sharp-shod- horses, pae horse v of .in the police stables -here- The 'fifth Barik1 -Jiere; holiday in .Club, 'lor the purpose of mak- arrangements for the ooming win- tcr. J-i. .McGowaix-'df the Union. Bank- at rC'arastbn, a visitor in Macleod caring ThaixiisgiYing. the Methodist church 'conducted .nere ara holding a-Thanksgiving .sup- its head, per and sociairtn -the rear .of the ehui-cli on Monday .nex'-t: There be sev- spent the -Hiainnore. late of the-.-JJnioa' the week-end-at M'acleod guests of Mrs. rrenhoime Dickson. On Friday night- av fire alarm was sent in when a fire started -in the :chim ney of AvJEi Jones', but be- jrpre the-firemen could'get" to it the fire had -been extinguished. A. A. Fair weather' has to his new restaurant R. de- net and expects to have it open for j o'usihe'ss in "a-short''-time.-" This will be he had left at Cardston as she "lame and unable to travel.' Jury Inspect Horses- The'animals, during, the of evidence of this witness were npra.ught doim-to the -court room door and-' the jury and all the witnesses went'out- side to examine them. It was then about two in with neverslips and thei "other" had -the fPoitt off. Ther hater examined the shoes of the black horse, seen the evening before in the barn "it had 'the toe cork ottjithe i-ef.u frpnt ;shoe. Grpss-exarnfned Cross-examined' by "counsel for cused, .witness said that when he' made the first round-up early in the the afternoon, continued the witness. {fall of" 1909. he did not count the1 He and Barton wen-t to the house; on 'horses ..he bad '-He- knew the Howard place and there jthein air pretty if any had; Howard and "a little also a man missing he would have. noticed whom; witness knew, Charlie Con way. i it---The line fence referred-to in his by name. Before doing an-ything; Virijeyidence in chief, is first-class j but he would'not say it; was -in poor condition-. He did not the" matter of the horses witness thought it would to obtain one of the. finest places 'of its land wnen ready and. no -doubt be well with. 'Mr.. Fairweather at two more witnesses and so -he Barton rode to the ranches of .and believe.-he had said aC.th'e-extradition Fred at Montana, that it! The' recent ehan, time G-erard and Jim Douglas to the in. very, very bad condition. It i of the, Howard place, Con'way accom-! was -quit-e sufficient "to prevent range! paiiying them. They told Gerard! norses straying .backwards or for-1 iind Douglas what tfiev needed them wards from one side to the- other! i addresses given during the even-j very much as the'changes, "are slight i time amons which, -will be one by raos't cases. Calgarv they recent change in. the C. P. R. j for ami-they consented'to return with i Since the fence had been built he had table does not' effect "Maeleod j them to the Howard ranch.' From the Ln-evpr had- any of his '-'horses stray they left the latter place until through the "fence. vy. A. Lewis c-f, Edmonton, was leave at 7.35'and- 17K-. and pastor here. iroin at an .The Young Ladies' Guild of the i'l-'he night train from the west arnx-es Presbyterian church arc already at ,15 minutes eariier than making: preparation for their Vet'ore. returned 'to it was -not more -''He. .had met accused's brother in an hour and three-quarter's..! Browning the day before he found his they returned, thei horses on accused's place. The "brp-, horses they were after were gone from i ther, Joe Howard, had told him to the field. go to the Howard ranch to stay over t Howard Denied Knowledge. At the Howard barn thev saw two night, but it was not -.because of thn; Invitation that there. 1C to your own best (pronounced WelL gladly buy a 50-cent bottle from your druggist and give it to try. On _____________________ I first going to. the Howard place hoj Ulld not visit the nor did he see' 13 either Howard or Bird. Witness met; Li j A oj OiliilC accused's brother and mother in bridge last week, "but ,had not re-; marked to them that he did not be-.' lieve Walter was the guilty man. What he did say prob'ably- was that' the evidence was very much against him, and if he was not the guilty man he'knew who was guilty. experience of brands was 'that it" was next to'impossible for a! man to-tell by merely looking at; brands how long they have been on. j In the present case he would hot ihey promised well at one time" in gains entrance to the-bodv. Career, then they seemed to come. A third of a 101 a rail si pp. because of that unhappy dis- trust, that.suspicion that won for them tue .same attitude in return, that made one distrust and dislike them. noJ a de- We will undoubtedly buy and- dis- that tribute in this manner, hundreds of thousands of these 50-cent botUss of century ago, Psychine Psychine. was. compounded-of-certain herbs. And we do lhat to Qur bince ihat rime-it-has cured hun- cocfidence in this wonderful prepa- dreds of thousands.' ration. And ail because It' contained, those A confidence that has been based on herbs that science now knows- builds our thirty years' experience with this We foei sure that you have an open reecpllve tlvat is -anxious to learn more, to advance. And to you we say that you owe it to your OWE best iudgjcent ic try Psychine. asd taen we, come to a certain epoch -in medicine we think advance, or improvement irn- 3 _Then some one comas along and the whole school, of medicine is overturned, new and.apparently indisputable theor- ies, all good, all progressive. In the progress of medicine we some- times discover new values in old .things. One of these 5s in the efficacy of cer- tain fcej-bs to cure disease. -'And the-reason they cure is -that 1 If you an? of these ailments I don't be a k won't pay you. Learn something-at our'expense, fill i out the Coupon and mail to us. I Ln, Grippe Bronchial Coughs ylemorrhaKeH Sore Throat Spring Weakness -Anaemia. JvjirlySPecline Female Weakness GkUirriia-1 Affections i indigestion Catarrh of Stomach Appetite N'ight yhills and Fevers Obstinate Coughs i anrl Larj-nsitis and Troubles Dyspepsia i After-effects cf Pleurisy, Pneumonia and i La Grippe. it has made. COUPON No. 6o To ;hc Dr. T. A. SLOCUM, .Ltd. 193-195 Spadma Avc., Toronto I accctif. i car offer to'try a 50c. bottle of Pjsychsijo Si-keeri> at yowr expense.. T have not had.o, 50c. lipitle of Psychine under ibis JCfnrily advice hiy dnigg-st to deliver tnis bottle to me- definitely how long the brands on" the i horses had been defaced when they found them, although he would say several weeks, perhaps .two months. The Judcs Questions By the Judge: The r last .time hn saw the horses prior to losing them they did not have the brands defaced. The" original brands were placed on the horses when they were sucking j colts. The case then adjourned until this morning. EDMONTON CHINAMEN WIN-GAMBLING CASE! Now, we don't to .take our I for the tremendously beneficial of Psychine. Fill out-ihe coupon r mail it to us and we'll give your druggist an order (for which we pay ey increased strengthen the white gtveJ rpiyrjes -or tue -Phase- you free of cost. Town Street and Number...................... Uy Druggist's Xame...................... Street and.Number......... This coupon is tint. Rood foraSJc. bottle of Psychinn if pre.-'Ciited to the ha wnt will thei: buy the bottle of Psychine from yo.ur druggist anil direct, him to deliver "it to J'QU. This-pfTer nir.y bo witJiMr.-n.vr. at any tinfe without notice. Send coupon to day. Kdmontoa, Xov. is jubilant today, for in the district. court, tnis morning His Honor Judge Taylor gave judgment squashing the! conviction in the police court of Lang for being an inmate of a gambl-: ing house, on the ground of not snnv j cient evidence to substantiate the: cnarge. On this decision on the ap-; peal of Lang froin the police court! conviction rest the cash and of twenty-six other sons of the Celes-; tial Kaipire wuo were arrested by; the .police in a raid on a shop on Na- i mayo avenue on the night of sept. 17th. Each was fined twenty! dollars nnri costs by the' police isrrare. Forthcoming Sales By O On Friday Next, November 4th 2 o'clock prompt v '..Ware favored with instructions from Mr. Justice Simmons, who is leaving -LethbndgeV to sell hy public auction a quantity of superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ..Incliidiiig: Quarter cut oak, glass fronted china cabinet; quarter cut' oak dining table, set.of soHd chairs, 2 quarter cut oak easj- chairs. upholstered leather, solid "leather couch, gent's up- -Bolstered easy chair in mahogany, combination desk and music cab- inet, mahogany Darlor table, handsome settee anfi'qirair to match (solid mahogany ana upholstered in figured tapes- try pair choice green velour curtains lined with silk, 2 extra quality Axmiiiscer Jsarpets, 9 s6ctioii: elastic bookcases, Bldridge .sewing machine, 2 upholstered easy Chairs, 3 rattan drawing room cllesi .drawers; chiffonier, solid oat dressers and stands, all brass" Ostermo or mattress, three-quarter beds and; single .beds, 2; pairs tapestry curtains, bedroom carpets, Mcdlaiy.. range; kitchen cabinet, kitchen table, and a large quantity" of articles to o numerous to mention Goods on view, Thursday from 10 till 4. -The sundry goods will lelsoH at commencement of sale and the Ing -room, parlor and bedroom furniture will be brought in at 3 o'clock ;the selling will; occupy about an hour and a half obliged if the public will "help to carry out this arrangement by a prompt attendance. ;The residence, which stands on 3 lots, having stable and garage at sold by public auction by Waddington at 7 o'clodfr.in the evening of Friday (on the Eof fuller ulars see other ad. Friday, Nwember 4th at 7 p.m. We are favored with instructions from Mr. Justice Simmons to offer by public auction his .Vi WELL-BUILT RESIDENCE situated and being No. 320 Ashmead St., city. The property stands on 3 lots, having a frontage of 75 ft. on Ashrnead and a depth of 125 feet to the lane. which is fully modern in every respect contains 11 has a roomy entrance hall and verandah. There is also a stable and garage at the rear. The property has recently been painted both in- ternally and externally and would rent readily at per month. V f- A low reserve has been fixed and the sale will b e. arranged. on -following advantageous terms 1-10 of purchase price and the: balance spread over 9 years, with interest at 7 per cent The sale will take place on the property at 7 o'clock in the evening "of. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. The auctioneers call particular attention to this sale owingvto the extraordinary terms of payment the proposition is one which will commend itself to large and small, investors alike. It is safe to assert that in accordance, with the rapid rise m real estate values, the above property will command in two ox three- years. Monday, November 14th Auction Sale of Wmnifred Is Making Good w A sample of the Wmnif red Building Stone may be seen at the office of the Auctioneer, Sound St. and the Winnifred Townsit-e Co., City. Get in on these lots. About the 2nd week in November, about 40 Head Horses. Ettller" particulars later. F. PIione426, Auctioneer, City. "If you require an Auctioneer, Phone Us." ;