Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
UtTHBRlDQt OAILY M1RAI.D WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, INI MpviNG 'ADVANCED 7 VAUDEVILLE, Pictures 1 Pair of White Gloves 2 Fountain of Youth 3 Haunted by Cops Continuous Peri'ormunce Vaudeville The Ozavs Comedy Novelty J Billy Lloyd The Eccentric Comedian MOTHER AND DAUGHTER HON. FRANI, OLIVER BIG MAN IN EGYPT It was within two months of si years ago, Capt, William Robinson. "Captain. as we of the olden SAVED BT GIN PILLS The Famous Kidney Remedy. 44 Woolfrcy Ave., Toronto, March 21st, 1909. P'AGE .NINE ON CANADIAN NAVY A WkVA Mines, Gray's Siding, Out., I became familiar with the merits of Gin Pills. On leaving Toronto, I left my wife (agcd 51> and rr.y daughter (aged 21) in umes in Winnipeg knew him, will for-! poor health. The former had tried all I sorts of remedies for her Age or Change of Life. The joints ia her 1 hands were badiy swollen and she suffered i much pain. I It occurred to me that Gin Pills would i help her and so advised her. This was a j happy .thought, for my wife wrote back "While assistant at Ster- j Minister of Interior Points Out Howj Canada's Policy is a Credit- j able One. I UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And io jooU bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and ____ Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block swollen joints were fast disappearing. j give the yarn. It is not a yarn, merely an incident of the Gordon Relief Expedition up the Nile in 1881-85 hardly worth re- calling if it were not to show how an unobtrusive Winnipegger became a man of note for a brief quarter of OH i ,1 i were iasi disappearing, aa noui along ,the historic banks of Also, her general health and color was the river that from the 'days of Mos-! vastly improved. Now, she cannot say es, Anthony and Cleopatra nas pro- i in favor of Gin Pills- vidcd u dauShter has also derived much benefit more blones than any other wa from their use." WM B CRAIG tercourse in the world. Simply write to the National Drug It was tTie latter end or October, or in the early part of was a calendadess time for us voy.- ageurs of the Gordon Relief Expedi- tion, and one cannot be sure within, a week or the advance boats (Manitoba Five Press.) is the ease for a Canadian was the question put last nijrht ;o Hon. Frank Oliver, who ar- rived yesterday in the city on his' way to Ottawa and registered at th to say she was trying Gin Pills. i Her next letter said that the pills were Royal Alexandra. j doir.i; her good, and the second, that the replied Mr. Oliver, "while! vnllr-n inlrif'S foci- rl i I ;t miffht be quiw proper for Chemical Co. Dept. AD Toronto, and a free sample will be. sent you. When Gin Pills have proved their great value, gr: them at your a box, (5 for INCREASE IN REVENUE DECREASE IN EXPENSE Hygienic Cigars- of the expedition were fighting their i way wearily through the worst ra- pids of the turbulent Nile above Department of Canada Hand' Watty Haifa, then the border city of Egypt on the river before entering the weary dan. waste deserts of the Sou- There are no better or more popular goods ou the market to-day than Webster's El Presidente and Webster's Clear Havanahs W. R. Webster Go. Sherbrooke Theonly cigar factory in the Dominion run-on hygienic X. principles It was trying heart breaking work on the river from daylight until dark and the first symptons of homesick- ness was taking possession of us who had hitherto only known the exigen- cies of life in a sheltered home in far oft" Canada. The postal service of the had not been regulated, aad the va- grant Canadian voyageurs, continual- ly passing up and down the river, or- dered to different .ci-tarapts and sta- tioned at rapids on account of rapid- ly rising river which arose in anight practically cut off from commun. ication with their friends in Canada. One evening just before the quick, sun-down of the no gloaming or twilight in the mystical Out Some Figures boats" of the expedition the were up at intervals rapid strewn river would permit. There was the intense quiet the Ottawa, 'Nov. in rev- enue, and decreases in expenditure, with however, an augmentation of the public debt -of Canada are report- ed in the monthly financial state- ment issued by the Finance Depart- ment today. The total net debt of the Dominion on October 31 amounted to an increase during the month of The month's revenue was or ari increase of of which sum 686 was in customs receipts. The total revenue for seven months was or more than during the same period of 1908. The expenditure for October was Australia or New Zealand or feuth j Africa to make a direct contribution! iiv money or ships to the United King-j dom, it does not- follow that that would be the best procedure in the j case of Canada. First of all, of course j j the value of the contribution by any i jot" the overseas dominions to the Im-j j perial navy, either directly or indirect; ly, is the moral effect in demonstrat-i ing to the world the unity of the Em- pire as a fighting force. Money and Ships and Men I "A contribution of money or of ships is important as unity of the Empire, but a contribu- tion of money and ships and men is surely a very much stronger evidence of tihe unity and the strength of the Empire as a fighting force. Canada is in a position to contribute men as well as. ships and money, as Australia South Africa and New Zealand are not. For the reason that these do- minions have-not to anything .like the same'extent a maritime popula- tion and maritime traditions. Can- ada on (her eastern seaboard has es- sentially a maritime population, a population which for seamanship and general capability on the sea is not equalled in the world. A contribution by Canada that would ignore the ex- istence of such a valuable element, Our Overcoats At we offer values that have no equals in this country at this price. Exclusive the matchless tailoring that the Fit-Reform experts put into every Fit-Reform garment. See these Tweed Effecti McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for LethbricLiC. STRENGTH for your -body in Lethbridge your physician will tell you so. Not unly a refreshing but an-invigorating beverage. Brewed from the finest malt and hops and the purest of wa- ters, -our beer 'cannot be at aiiy price. One glass con- vince you. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, ltd. caused by his arrest and he left the i city. Though private detectives lawyers engaged by the family have tried continually to find him have bad no such success. On the death of his brother, I .seven months expenditure of sueil a -splendid asset, in the strength of the navy and the unity of the Empire, would, it seems to on consolidated fund account was or less than in the corresponding period last year. Capital expenditure in the seven theyj the case was put into the Ipnds of W. C. Charton, of No. 34 Tremont St., Boston, and Charton arrived here td J fay. the exhausted men of the expedi- tion of toil and the only sound was that of the storied river that a few days before by the walls of Khartoum, where the great Chris- tian Knight of the 19th century was battling, a the my- riad hosts of Arab Africa. -The sil- yesterday on'a hunt for Corbett. Pri- ence was 'suddenly broken by the vate detectives have been enlisted and sound of a steamboat's whistle and expenditure was including the disbursement of over on the National Transcon- tinental Railway. STRUCK FINE SEAM OF IRON ORE search fe-being made for a maa with a J. C. tattooed on his right arm. Oil Painting For the G.M Toronto, Nov. 9. has a more', representative gathering been seen in Oransre circles in the city than soon we could hear above the sub- dued roaring of the river the beating of the screw of a small steam launch, j A number of Canadians had" collect-' cd from the various boats the clanniahness of our we stood and watched with, curious and professional interest the masterly j manner in which the approaching j boat took advantage of every eddy and backwater of the swiftly moving .river. "The man that's at that wheel." said Jirn McBurney, a veteran Min- Halifax.' N. The ;Nova that which assembled at the Temple !nesota eyeing the workmanlike Mpney Await? Him New York, Nov. -James Cor- bett (not the pugilist) who left Bos- ton in 1873, after he -had been wrong- fully accused of robbery, will make his whereabouts, he will find a Boston attorney ready to hand over to Mm a quarter of a million dollars which was left him by -his brother William J. Corbett, who died a few years ago. The son of a prominent familv Cor- lived a jolly life, and final 1- .n the high seas. In other the central force requires to be r-> j lieved from the strain upon it. If we can take care of our end, wo may j .safely assume that she can take care I of hers. Her weakness is that she! has to take care of our end and ofi her end at the same time. Surely it is a reasonable proposition, if we are ffoing to help the. Empire, and if the Empire can best be helped by our taking care of our coasts and trade, that we do that with our own men in our ow7) vessels and with c.ur own money." Loyal in Right Way "At the time of the South. African I war there were conditions that seem- od to place a very serious strain up- I on the military'prestige of .the Ern-j i pire. Had the overseas dominions j 'at that time offered money, it would certainly have shoxvn that they were) to the Empire, but it would not have shown that they were as loy- al as when they men and didn't offer money at all, Tt is just as essential that we should get our products across the ocean as it is for England that she .should receive them though it by silly to say that all that England needs to do is to guard her own coasts. The whole line Upholds Moral Betting New York, Nov. status of bookmakers on the racetracks in the metropolitan district will not be al- tered by to-day's decisions of the court of. appeals upholding the le'gal- of moral betting except that the seal of the states highest court is placed upon a system which has been employed by bookmakers and betters since shortly after the enactment of the Part-A-gnew law betting at the tracks this season has been conducted entirely by word of mouth with wag- ers not recorded. This method, while of course not so satisfactory, is the former system of book-making to the NIGHT SCHOOL Thorough instruction in Commercial and Shorthand branches, Civil Service and EngiTis'h. 'For particulars phone or write Geo, J. Schmidt, Principal. 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