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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VfllS. L v J> AILV HEltALH Finally Cared by Lydit E. Pink- Vegetable Compound. I suffered for live nan romftJiBile troubles-and at almost helpless. I went to three doc-. tors aud they 'did me no rood, BO mj slKtoi afhlbcd me to yriu Ji Pink- egetnhle Compoun I anil MONCTON, DRIEST Booze Driven to iNurneirous Extremities (Montreal ilricsl place 1 in." The commL'l'ciitl man the Intting Imck to li't'u, hastily unlerad ano'tjlii-r 1 jBln o! rblliy Cenliaii hi'tw at 'i (lowiWovvir "_N'o, it isn't iu a regular, ijtybibi- tioit ho said. "Not whtin I had taken only two bottles To f sli lluii I 's a wi'lc "I11'11 bei-rjganlcn now atronjf and well 1 compared to tlio. pl.aco I'm thinking aitrt Wcstmoimt "is a jiiicllan- jumiati'revel. "Vox, I gnu.ss yon notta mplrt; a fisw medals and.sliii'lils [orvMpnc- ton, Brunswick, if you'reVgiying NO MOKE 11. >S3iu. I don't know how to exprens siiy, thanks for the good it has done me hope all wittering women will pve Jjydia li. .Bukhara's Vegetable' Vpmuoiiiul a trial. It was worth its weicht iu J. P. ENDLICU, Ri.r. D. No. 7, Eric, Pa. Lydia 15. Piultliam's Vegetable Com- native roots ami herbs contaiiib no nartotio or harm dmis -itid to day holdi the record loilholirgestniimbii of actual fdiMle (licenses we of and Hioimuds of Tolunlar] on fllo in tho Pinltlum laboratory JlLymi Mass iroin women uhn hiie Ptcn cured irom almost ereiv form of Xeraalo complaints such a- infhmuia yini uleenaon displacements fibroid tumors lueiulaiilaeb poiiodio pains backache indigestion and prostration Jirery suffering norrun owei it lo herself to pveLydiaE Pink Iiam s Vegetable Coipwnml a tri il If vou mint spccml adv ne write Mix Plnkbam, It IS Iroj and alv aj-s helpful. out prizes for dry towns. to gtf i diiul doun in tint on h IK i chines j BOATS MILK TO FIGHT RUM Wou'ian proctor Suggests Lspteal Fluid fce'Sjpplii'd'ate.wt by the Boston AJafs Ariel M Abuuh sup'nr tndciit rf thf tltporin ni of he tth. and Of Romans Christian ion v, ho has long studied the c t ol the ilrijikiis inbit id oc ires tho of.flocks of goats in pub- Jic parks, lUe iiiilk 10 be supplied to peomo at c Jt lor a liMiig tl j ving1 of alcohol. its uot irt on tlio inside hislon slow idem tliat nonu of join iphfnos cT-tr kupt lonirii thui (he ot lamiirv mil tokLii 111 oitli lo it UnL a I rpi Alison s fhc hot s-xiuls lool like llic proniiic of i siunnur on a June excntnf, tilt I liui if on lUafls. i hit with .the boss, he'll lead roii.voiit II ongh i ft w daik- lulls the doors behind iroyiui oi tin and ihool i no ilViil of stuft tiial INDIGESTION, GAS, SOURNESS, OR DYSPEPSIA GOES IN FIVE MINUTES If what you just ate IB gourinir 01 your stomach or lies like a lump u load, refusing to .digest, or you belc Gnu and K rue Lute sour, .vnuilKei food, have u feelliiB of Dizain Heartburn, Fullness, Nausea, Bat! taste in mouth and stomach s JiicUgcstlon. A full cuso or Fape'a Dlapepsin cost only 50 cents and will thoroughly your oiit-of-orrier etomacli, and leave sufficient Uie house. In trasc BOino one else in the family piny auf 'or from stomach trouble or Indices Aak pharmacist to show .you .ho foi'mula plainly printed'ori theso iO-ccnt cases, you will- under stand why Dyspeptic trouble of a I tinds must nyo, and why Diapupsln 11 ways relieves sour, out-of-order itoinnchB or Iiidigestion in five miu- ues. Uiapepslh !s harmless and tast- es'like candy, Uio.ugH'each dose con luins power sufficient to tligesrand prepare for asfjinillatiun into the blood all the food you it mak- es you go to the table with a healthy appetite; what will please you hi tie unckm s iboul Jhe u extnple of He u that I Act cm puch on th'g -iofi of the lid and mam it down until things art; d'rler'ii" a budget of infant class sta- lool: to an old niaid that' vou can dig. up any when? north- of the ic across wo have decided not WAKES HAZARDOUS BURY BABY Winnipeg Afan The G'en 1'oro pnlhshea an inrerueu i mm j addling down tbe boine He stated U wqg heading Portage I i Trains I0 burj the of his child vlmh then in Inside' a trunk, which was fastened in the canoe! His hoilie WHS most, is that you 'will feel thnt your stomach and intestines are clean and frefih, aud you will not lieed to report to laxatives or liver pills for Bilio.us ness or Constipation. This city will have ninny Diapepsin cranks, as some peopie will call them, but you be cranky about this splendid stomach preparation, too, if you ever try- a little for Indigestion or Gastritis or any other Stomach mis- I to "do it u js ery much tra l lout; diri1 in future. tint t Pigeon take Saslv railway. expense ind is the beyond his meant be wps mil Ing tho jonrnej inoe hile his uifo wns Yelling: by raJl, would meet him and itde body at-Portage La Prairie. WIrah lie 1ms been jr.ut four ;flaya and niglita on the to 'reach. Portage1 on-Sunday A o the bais HICK open thin n" pawn shop on -Mdndnj'" morn- ing. Ihu hid (HI ttiidcis tlien mixed liritil-a, arid things.' Cliicf of write Httle note la his force of four gently intiniatin1 dial .they might drop around .anil.sec lhal Ihc liars began to thin! of 4-losin up-ahout eleven in.-the evenin' ind not1 to let the bovs-makc too nu'cli noise, hut outside o' tliai, -the ittlp old Scoft nas T jo11 'But it's no joke just "now. With a chief ofMiolicp who'st'Cms to ".have a line m sctorid sight ind spot out i inaii who husv sold a. drink by 'ihc ho holds fingers, the" sellers suspicions about the place, which-was conducted by a jolly little French Acadian and his spouse. The lady al- ways kept pretty much Jn the back- ground, and w-as supposftri in what iilllc 11% cillcd for (i u d buiiv picl led tnon landed-in the jail, and, told the honiuid police tint lit. d got the slut' in the oyster shop. Tlicro was searcli warrant and a search, ,buL nothing could be Tound. A few- days later the VL'Ly same' thing happened again, I he utrl iiiothci sport, wlio stnrtnl out lo paint his THE VALUED OF TRIPOLI '.By'j. Uurnkrd James, in thw Ixnulot Dally, Mall.) 'i'hat" Tripoli In a sphere oi uaiian influence ,has been recognised foi many years 'by .the, chief JOuropea powers, but whim-reward It may oft'ci ror trouble 'mid expense ot occ1 developmont Is, to say tho east, -problematical. I have passed along the Tripoli tan coasl. and stopped at' the principal' Jjorts; curious to s'ee 'hat country might offer1 to commerce enter- )rlne. And Uio result of my observa- ions is ,lo occasion at the preaiMit'ina- nont a'., feeling of surprise that any countries should think It worth loing' to 'Var. about. Trlpo'ii is pure and simple desert, 'Xt-andiiiK on the' north evon (o the uargln of the sea. Oasea are aprlnk- ed ftere and there'on the arid.'bari-en iiirface, arid 'those are tliy of oc- aslonal towns and villains. In the uterlor tlie'population is mostly nom- die, their chief concern in life be- ig to keep within accessible distance i watersprlngi. The town of Tripoli ke the towns, lies on -the Cry brink of the desert, which seems o grudge, it' its 'axistence. and would aln elbow it off. its sandy bosom into ic sea. Tripoli was-formerly a'place r much greater'Importance -than now. headquarters and starting- IW I wilhot FKWACHVAUI, .fin. aytli. ijic "For thiriy-five. years {and lam ncm man over have been' Constipation.' No matter what remedy or phjsician employed, the result WM always the impossible iu get a cure. About two years ago, 1 read alwnt 'Prtiit-a- tives' Riid I decided to try them. I -have used 'Kmit-4-tives' ever iince. They are the first and medicine that suited uiyiCAse. If it were. -not for 'I'ruit-H-tiyes' I am satisfied that I could uot'Hve" JAMES PROUDFOOT. t nas R headqunrters and starting- hundreds of people proclaini it; oint of winch traded right; "Kruit.-a-tives" cures -all atomaci The greatest remedy in Ibe world for all of Indigtstiou and Dyspepsia, Doctors a3 well EXPERIMENTING; WITH NEW WHEAT cross tho; Sahara, Intcrcha'iigtiig tlv of' Europe for the pro-, uct-3 of NMgeria and even the far-off ongo. .But these regions luive now tli'or arid raoro convenient outlets, the greater part of Trlpo'ii's trade nas consequently been cut. off. Her j chief, source has vanished, and her pristine glory, has waned. Caravans still start from .-there on t teh1 traris'Sflhnnin'iJouniey, but they liave now becorae'rare evenla, and tlie troubles because-it. mates the active, strengthens the kidneys, puri- fies the blood and keeps the itomach sweet and clean. is the ouly remedy made of fruit juices. 500. a. box, 6 for or trial size, 25c. At nil dealers, orscnton receiptof price fay Fruit-a-livM Limited, Ottawa, nose and tnc was scooped, town ni cinnson tones aiul when the' police chief .enquired whore lie got it, ,.he are forrcd io their so hard Itecpin1 out jrnv Jill lint they've-invented ill kinds of sciicmes for passing mif. hooze natives who Miink they've gotta .have it. About- the most Came "in light a was a Mule oyster of these weeks" ago. There on the To add to It lypears tint ule atlsmpling to shoot tV ianldr his cmoc upset and he m' "ol more _i_ i_ _, In in ;i hlocK, away 'trom the jiolice staiion. Tl; ilidn't, ha-vc ariv brstcrs loaf hia precisions blanket-! (in tad but his gun and the nre- .ffoiu cargo. He then-proceeded-on JjiiB 'way1 bury his child .according .to the rites of the Roman Catholic in lock and little of am thing else and the pnlicc, nntirig.'thaf; the nmn- Iier of town souses liari increaKod bv three one week, began to have the i somuthmg into that dig natary's car that inacic liim blush. Out camn another search warvaht, in to the oyster the'po- lice force, arid tin; police'force, and the genial-'little ed to Msits roomed them u irrnlr1 Theie wis an Lmhariassed sil c.ncc. Finally one ot the officers'de- manded of the proprietor iliat he'pro- duce li is wife', which he did cheerfully The lady was hastily taken to jail and kept there .until a. matron .could be hired. Then the mystery of thn booze supply was revealed. Around her neck, the lady had strapped a large rubber-hot-water, bottle. But lliere was no ,hqt water in couple of quarts which went for I That, was >ield lurdly commerj- urate the toil and risk involved. il Departure of, a Caravan foitui however, to is my good s the departure i ono inrough the pages of that ..wonderful uook "Th-a Arabian Mights." Standing oeiofe the brassworkev's shop you may see a lamp for sale which 'might nave bean Aladdln'u. A closely veiled reinalo figure, attended by. a partly veiled negress, who have no rear of exposing her questionable of those juna.Pms to the. mascuiiny eye, .recalls to the mind tL'3 adventurous princess, wuo.entered upon Intrigue, with a young mercer. The. veiled .faces'of th'j women, nat- urally-.ttrovHlc tlie imagina- tion; are they or do -Hie veils merely screen hideous features? j the-male visSttor in Tripoli it i All "morning and afternoon mere wai and commo- tion in the market-place. First the uaihels, to thB-intinrbur of. nearly two .Jissamblcd; theu -vast Plies of merchandibi, 3 accumulat- ed, together Tor tho thttie.'.wpre apportioned in j proper quantities" .Us-to Uie -..waiting j necessarily, remain-a uiaUer: bf .con- Tceeived -their pcpture.. But I am incljued to fc-alieve b'urttehs with philosophic'] inat there be among the Arab resitniirton A mrftffej crowd of Arabs a high beauty. Aly and pre- parations, receiving an occasional ivoid of instruction fiom the dignified KrOunds for. this opinion are simple enough; part' .tli-a men are -for the most beautifully proportioned, -handsome, yace, which Sheikh who of'the cam- els and lead0 of the enterprise, and ract suggests the conclusion that their matched the operations' with moiners would be endowed, bcrutiniblng attention of. the average of goo'rl looks a the ladies of the harem were brought "orth, and, closely 'veiled, wer-e plac- ea upon their camel's: At length'all vds ready, and ihe'stragg'Jlng proces- uioii set out. From the sand of the marketplace it ad along a sandy concoctio the- most origin; Essential to Comfort Warmth is eamntlal to com- fort. As you jrow It to hardly lew esMntlal to health. i Perfection SrooUen Oil Heater, and you keep warm and com- fortable in yoiir no matter what weather without. he FWfettioo itrong, wideiprod and fiyu it ,'li rewfy for burnt nine houriotia itngle no Bore trouble AMI a Uoip. It can be carried BO to no'liia tmcke, odor or Tbii fxr't PerMm it Iniatai in tit'w blix nimcl Mtl nkW Ml ja mil on be rault AM ffrtt ul] CIC4M4. AutOflMlic.lociiiitf tprfader prevents lucking. vwiiuittvr BtncrW TW Oil CtnpiBr, United sclicirir, ilie police SMbnctonfui cnrt-Iicd. One place kepi the bottl H wheat of the Rmpire ind Northwest, The success of the luest will mean millions-ofj dollain nn rua'Jly to fHrmers in1'.tho Western Ihp in pro than other wheats it makes mbia Hour, 'bccnune of increased gluten ?s; consequently, it sells .at.from to four cents more than th'e next )est varieties. Turkey Red wheat has been combln- ti with Bluestem at the expert nont cation farm in connection with the Washington State college at Pulhtinn. na produced this year fifty bushels tic acre. Thte milling qnallties are igb, tho only drawback being that, ic wheat is dark. Uluestejn is not as prolific in yield s Keel Russian, or i nidi piodnco from f5 to IP j ie acra. Eighteen 25 bifshejs an j ere hag been made hi ftie BII, Bend istrict of SooUne if it j tn be used at a lijbud on would ba incteaagit frpui tq bushels ljrot'essor Olson nho eliminated thd new hjbiid cilled TurUe Blnestem aim exhibited specimens at recent ;iairE, has not distriliiited 'any' of the seed to farmers, as other tests have to 'tie made. This also is OL other new hybrids developed'atthe state college. "Kew persons in tbe cities realize rne importance of the wheat apd oth inent stations said Ai thur ler; "but th'j farmers.of West watching the work with as the advintageous union promotes welfare of the natlonn'conceined so-the proper mating of or wheats ,will .benefit not. only the I'copie of tbe Northwest, but all ovev America." London Ar lilverpooi Nov, IR the tlmo to make reflito- ration for Full and Ohrlitmii nil Unexcelled To-Third Prtfl-acinrerfi rooms Large new twin stoamen .Snc'dul uilhoud in Lurope iJunard Line 4 Canadian Service A S.S. Oct. T, S.S. Oct. 21; S.S. Novgt; S.S: Nov. 18. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION S S Aqcania December- 2nd For further Information auy Steainahlp or. Hallway Aient. U. E. Lidmun, General Canadian: 445 MAIN wmm The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC' TO BRISTOL, ENOLAND.' ;Shortcst Route to London Ton rioatln'g PaJacef. t Next ROYAL GEORGE OCT (18 ROYAL EDWARD NOV 1 AL 'J5 Xmas Sailing from ROXAL. NQVir'M ROLAY GEORGE t DecMS Ratft of .i. 1ST CLASS J92.50 t UPWARDS 2ND CLASS J63.75 i UPWARDS 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'doa 13151) Fuither information from S-, B Vitchell Agent CPRjr; H. Macbeth, City Ticket Agtji G. N. Ry., or A. H. DAVIS, WINNIPEG WOOD USED FOR Tripoli has not i a source of bene- u't 'to Turkey; the latter has hud to Keep up a 'considerable garrisori there, and as the food supply bf the' country very inadequate provisions have nad to bo largsly imported. On the inner hand, Turkey Is not a country tqic to make the best of any of KB dependencies. Under a new nnd more as Ten species of are used in thv naniifatsture of shinglesMn CahadaV'bt' vbich cedii is the most import uit Reports receive'd by" 'the Forestry :Vraricli at Ottawa shoV that drcr. nine' tenths of the two billioirsbingles'pro- Canada duilng T910 of- Ills spec.e ind that one half of ihese were Wesiern cedar cut in Bri- tish Columbia The consumption of spruce an 1 pina his decreased anriden'ly in 3910 eightj per cent ess of the 'former'being made than in K00, 'and scarcely one-flftlCthe. usna' imouut of pfde being produced "iova Scotia and Quebec cut most o he spruce shinule1 Ibe pine ninglcs are mostly of the species Pin- montfcola and aie cut 'olumbia Naarly three inllliori t homlock shingles were'produced iu than during the year previous, and of of fifteen million piec- es, over nine-tenths was produced in untario and Qu'aboc. The above" four species fiirnl hed ninety eight pei cent. 6f the wood used'In1 shingles Balsam douglas fir aud jack pine although of less importance Svere used miring .1910 in increasing quanti- ties, and for the-first tipie tamarack itnrt red pine were reported as shingle wood. i re: was less fluctuation' In" the value of tlie species than .formerly Jialsnm shingles were.the cheapest at per thousand, and tamarack, the most expensive DOMINION ROYAL MAljJ S.S. LAURENTIC. LARGEST, 'NEW- MEGANTIC E8T, FINEST 565 Feet Long IN About Tom CANADIAN 67 Feet Wide TRADE ONE CLASS ,y S...S. TEUTONIC CABIN SERVICE U S: S. CANADA The Lirgeit and Fastest Carrying-only, one clasg of cabin passengers. The beet-accommodation! at. niQderato.rates. (Jnsui pissed third olaas on ill ntsam- ers. REGULAR WEEK.LY Canada Mcgantlc Teutonic Laurentic Nov 4 NOT 31 Ocl 21 Nov lf> .Oct. 28, Nov. 22 i v regime such resources __ to the absorbing finality of the sand Tripoli does possess would have" and he of tl air lnaplaceiiman.ee of development, and In that, i inanufnctures In fact Jtaly he-self wnoic theie Js no istem of sanita- raspect Ttnly would be as capable hardlj be going in for tho occn lion, and where sometimes no rain uny other power; hut I much doubt; ir its occupation'will 'aver be rails for a space it. is a mei "iiul dispensation that sand should WSEGSS properties tending -to purge j ur th'e country are too fow and too thus prevent this town small to look for much result from ing proposiOon. The fertile patches verj- valuable; market tor Italian pa don of Tripoli as a money-making scheme; her motives-would ra- CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Halifax Liverpool MECANTICi- TEUTONIC Dec 3 Dec 9 Dec 14 Reservations -of classes now early. AMERICAN RED STAR LINE LEVLAND WHITE STAR LINE Ballings from Boston New York, Philadelphia to Queenstown, Liver pool Plymouth Cherbourg (France) London, :and Ant- eip Largeit ind Flnxt In WofM OLYMPIC W M MoLGOO, C. W P A 333 Main St WINNIPEG. SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS On Sale Nov 10 to Dto 31, vli Mont, real, Portland, Halifax, NBW to return wHhfnrft LOCAL AGENTS S B Mitchell, C P R H Micfcvth, WILL ASK N T R. TO 1 RESIGN WEIR if dirt from becoming a hot-bed o lesiilence.. In certain other inspects I'rindli is of fascinating interest. Hi nropean population IB so small a: o >be almcvu insignificant, and then ire Wry.few tourists to such an in Cijepsible spot. It cannot be reached ,t all by rail, and the Italian steam rs wiiich call at regular intervals re not exactly choice. One conso- uvjuce Is that Tripoli has preserved Arab characteristics much more nan most-North African'town-. True Arab Life Visitors to Cairo'and Tunis, for ex- nii'Ie, may bo much impressed by e native at first be- eve that the at benoldlng the re tl Let them go on to Keroimn (and GFpecially the id decide that the ij'iiibr cities fniuds. In Tripoli true Arab life ae It has exiist- d'..Yor ages past, from Persia to 'Mpr- As you wander through examining -Uie "wares or stand close back to a ba- make way for a big loidcd ftniel, who nearly fi'lls the narrow or- watcli the trade, which hay been fiom iatht.1 to son through ate you e pevpi and time livt, tholi vou gi the spirit H breathed tner to be due to' irritation, undoubt- ed and prolonged, occasioned ish methods ind mib rule p igneulturn, and' owing tb the lack [slights, and pin-nrichy repeatedly aim- or any river artiftairil irrigation at Italy in aiid'the' fcol- appear feasible. Ilnmoi-3 of'Ui-ajing that' Tripoli's 'proximity to Italy uxistencc of mtiiBi'a'l wealth seem to! Rave 'the latter suiVerior rights aS nave been unfouncled. And, finally, J well as superior Interests in the pi-o- Uic population is too scanty to provide adminifltrationr of the country, Tpronto .No eus from Ottawa Ottawa is wondering itip- pen .to the other .memben :of Na. lonal Transcontinenlai commhaton. now that Major- Leonard bus made chairman. Hon.-. fl.f'N, Parent, th-ey are showing Inclina- tion to resign tbev arc all polltl cai uo other than party services for it ia vfil-ba iik' ed foi resignations mat ter is in of the .Cubtnet not Major A Valuable Aid In Figkthtf Tubercalwis Tbe weapons against' Ihc ''Whit's are fresh air and, Dourishinf foa'd.; Cod Liver Oil has bsen recognized probably the best form of nourishment. The ditflsulty has been wllh its luuseallng taste and Us io upset tha digestion. "'In NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound (hs nasty lisle end the inellfjestlhMlty have been done awcy with.ftnHrftrf, The Compound is very agreeable both to the palate and the stomach. At'the same time ft reialns the .mtlrltlvc and curallve prcperlles Norwegian Oil, strengthened by the addition, in just the right proportions, of, Extract of Malt, Wild Cherry, and Hypoplioaphites of Lime, fSoda, Potassium, Mancw.ese and Iron, When acoldorcoiigh'Vhings parllcuUrly with a child or rrowinr boy or girl, don'l lake chances. Start right In with' a bottle of Na-Dru-Co Tasteless Cod Liver Oil will quickly build up the strength to liirow off the cough or Ask your druggist about Na-Dru-Co Tasteless Cod Liver OH'ConiMUnd He has canfet. SCto. and bottles. 103 NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED. ;