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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 12.1910. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SUFFERED FOR YEARS WITH STOMACH TROUBLE "Uniit-i-tlns" Promptly M Him Mr. Daniel Saunders, of Shoai Lake, Manitoba, is one of the best known gentlemen in Canada's great wheat cour try. He lived for years, in the a success rttiredfroin active business life to enjoy the fruits of his urork. When of such financial and- social standiug voluntarily testifies to the great benefits he has received from taking Fruit-a-tives': there can be no doubt but that "Fruit-a-tives" deserves thecoufidenceof every reader 'of this paper. SHOAL LAKE, JU2JE Ilth, 1910. "For years, I was bothered persistent Dyspepsia and Indigestion, having severe pains after meal time. I tried everything .that I JAMES FISKE IS IN THE FIELD Efforts to -Get H. J. Goode A. Tillcy for Candidates James field i'or Kiske is definitely the city council, so XMt tummer, Mr.jOatway, a. druggist of cay town, recommended Fruit-a- tome. While taking Fruit-a-tives fin no way gave up any foods ttot in the habit of emting, neither 'did I stop smoking. Yet in spite of all "has done wonders for me and I strongly advise all my-friends it." DANIEL SAUNDERS. the. only medicine in the world made of p-are fruit juices, will cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Constv- other disease that comes from disordered Stomach, Bowels, ys or Skia. 500. a box. 6 for trial size, 250. At dealers or sent on of price by Fruit-a-tires Limited., Ottawa. lish. In .reply Nick told the post- master to go to the warmer regions, and proceeded to cut up" rough. AS jfogttnaster Higinbotham. puts it, "He was just like a crazy man and nisi profanity was something awful." THe -police were phoned 'for and I sergt. Siliiker responded, and had to j take strenuous" measures before get-1 ting Nick into the cells. At the police station, he made things hum for a into the-nidney order declaring that he WAS not drunk and would not toe put under lock, and i .key! He was very mild in court.this j l'hc- in- formed the Herald this morning. He said IK- vyonld out linn Ins pkUfobu later. He'lias'bei'u a resident of bridge for Tour years or more and owns considerably properly. 'lie -is practically retired from at-iive.. busi- ness, other than -taking care of his real estate investments. lie thinks he would b2 ij1. a position to devote con- siderable time to city business-. Jas. Ashcroft says that lie certain- ly is in the field. He has had previ- ous experience on the city council and wants the 'Herald TO say that he has been boosting Lcthbridge'iur -tweuiy- years and hasn'-t quit II the people have sullicieat conlidcucc in him to elect lie can. assure them their votes will be much appreciated and .their wishes always be his wish- es on the council.. The. name of IT. J. Goode, concrete extractor, is being pushed forward as a ...candidate. He "is a young .man with considerable administrative abil- ity. Some of his friends and others who want him to run purpose start- ing out with a petition urging him to accept nomination. Friends Of Andrew Tilluy, who will not say definitely .whether or not he consented to run, are also going to j circulate a petition among friends and other ratepayers, urging Mr. Tilley to 'become a candidate. MR. A. CLATEKIE Is. -Ao-ain at the CASTLE HOTEL TODAY (FRIDAY) TOMORROW Hours: J) aju. to 3 p.m. p.m. GO AND SEE HIM AT ONCE TOOBBUNKTO WHITE THE ORDER Husky Foreigner Causes Police Department Jj Trouble a .big. husky lor- intoxicated WANT EARLY CLOSING BY LAW of tHe .post office yesterday afternoon and made futile attempts to" out ;a.-money '.order, spoiling forms in doing at length away and come 'back someone who 'could write Eng- Retail Clerks Elected Of- to Council All advice given free. Do sot fail to .so and see Mr. A. Cla- verie at once. .His method and appa- ratus are absolutely witho.ui rivals in. the "V.-orld. You -will'obtain from him UIME- DIATE RELIEF.-ABSOLUTE SECUR- ITY, DAY-AND NIGHT for the rup- ture placed in the body, DOES NOT BREAK AGAIN, ivhich- ever movements are executed. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE. The rupture is one of THE MOST TERRIBLE DISEASES, which every day causes the death of hundreds of people. In our district there are several thousands of men and women who havo secured health and happiness through the method and apparatus of Jlr. Ar Ciavcrie. If you want to do likewise you will go and see "zhis eminent specialist to- day at the Castle Hotel and soon you be another man. ABDOMINAL BELTS FOR WOMEN AND MEN Belts for Women and Men( Patent 'Apparatus for weakness and deform- ities of limbs and back, elastic stock- ings. The-only one of their kind in the world. TODAY'S OLD COUNTRY SCORES morning, and smiled pleasantly- as he I entered the dock. "Yes, me .drunk." he replied to the court's question, and he smiled again as he paid over his fine and costs.' Y our Pride U se e r pi Lei J GOING i: !H TOtfUffi'jORHERHCQIB I J. D. Higinbotham Company, Ltd. Special Agents The new lo'cal union oi the Retail Clerks' Protective Association; met in the Labor Temple last evening and organised. There were between forty and fiCty members present. The following 'officers were elected: Baldvy. First Vice jVL.Mackie. Second Vice S. Sho- ber. Financial Tabruni- Re-cording J. Collier. E. Kinnear. Taylor. "Bolster. Delegates were appointed to wait upon the city council to see'if steps will not be taken by thu-t'body' to en- force the early clos'ing by-law. A social committee was appointed to arrange for social entertainments to follow the business meetings of ;the Union. Those connected with the oreaniza- tipn of the local are much delighted with the success that has attended their- efforts. -They are not going to rest, however, until every clerk in the city sees the advantages that accrue from-membership both to themselves and their employers. The next meeting will be held in the same place next Friday evening 'at 7.30 o'clock. MARKETS Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg. Nov. today j included 701 cattle, 3 bulls, G2 and 177 hogs. Local cattle ot poor grade occupied ihe yard this morning. Receipts were, light and the demand was consequently .rather active. There were, no exporters, the majority of oi- Icrings, being common to medium butchers. .Prices were low and sales were made -without much difficulty. The range ol quotations was from to S-i with.'Hhc bulk sales around So.50, Feeders were steady, choice at 53.50 to and two year olcls at 5-1 to Calves ivcre firm at 54.50 for choice ones. Lqmlon, Nov. following arc the lootball results-today. First Slu'fiie-ld 0, Woolwich .Arseuel Blackburn Rovers 2, Manchester City Oi; Aston Villa JJ. Newcastle- United 2; Sheffield United 2; Tottenham Hoi- spur (J; Sunderland 3, i3ristol City 1; Bradford-City Evcfion 1. Mandi.-s- ter United QJ Notts County 0; l.ivi-r- pool. 3, Preston North.Kud 0; Notts At-hWic li; -Bury MiJulcsborough-2. Second 4, Ful- ham J; Blackpool Lincoln City 1: Chclsia 2-; Clapton Or itiii 2, 'Huddcrsficld Towa 0; Derby County 1, Bradford 2; 'Glbssop 1, Bol- ton 2i; Leeds City '1. Gains- borough Trinity Leicester Fosse 0, Hull City -3; County -1. Burnley -2; Wanderers 2, West Bronnvidi 1. Southern Palace 3 N'cv.r Bromptou 2; Britol Rover, 1. Milhvall Athletic b; Swi'mdou Town 2, Queens Park Kaniscrs -to; City "0, per jiound on ranch and Can- adian carrie. "Buyers were few and the slight rise appears to be tempor- ary. Full quotations were: States steers from to 13% cents: Can- adians 12 to cents and ranchers to 11 Vi cents per pound. EVERS AN ORATOR, EH? "WHAT! Great Second Baseman of Chicago Cufas Will Do a lecture Stunt Shortly Chicago. Nov. Evers i expected to be open to Cb.auta.uqu dates in the near future, the Cubs sec ond baseman having informed hi-s friends that he would start doing a lecture stunt at a local theatre some time next month. Johnny said he had received offers to do a regular stage turn and be a real live actor like Joe Tinker-, b.ut he preferred something more along the "high narrow" line, and accepted the proposition just to talk. THE ALLEN PLA ALL NEXT WEEK THT ALLEN PLAYERS L ANSWi TO A Bailiffs Auction sale of about thirty-five horses." including six mules belonging to J. E- Mason, of Raley, Alberta, will take place at Bounell's Livery Bam, Fourth 'Are., (Dufferin Lethbridge, at 2 o'clock on Thursday aftemu'oa. the 24th day-of November 3910. This stock has been seized under Chattel Mortgage and will he sold without reserve. Terms cash. 282-1 Many school children suffer from constipation, whic.ii is often the cause of seeming stupidity-at lessons. Chara- beriair.'s Stomach and Liver Tablets are an ideal medicine to give a child, i for they arc mUci and gentle in their sffect, and will cure even chronic con- stipation. Sold by all druggists. AUCTION SALE A CARLOAD OF DAIRY COWS Ayrshires Holsteins Fresh Calved and Springers ALSO A NUMBER OF HORSES Sale to be held at 2 p. m. A J. C. Graves Sale Barn, Gait street, Lethbridge Wed. Xov. 16, '10. Terms Cash J. A. SMITH Auctioneer Electors Will Express Views on Nine and Yoie on Oue Following are the nine questions on connuissioii form oi thai; 1hc subject of 'i'.ei-atv at last special meeting of tlio city council 1. Ar? you in favor of adopting a form oi whnt is known as Commission jroveniincnl? 2. you favor a cost oi ap- proximately per annum such commission'? 3. Do yen: think Hut three com- missioners would bo sufficient? -1. Do you favor plai-ing all legis- lative; as v.ell as powers in the haiids of a Coinnii.ssioii. abilisli- ir.p; the prcsrnt Aldcrrnauic Council, and marine: the Conunission responsi- ble direct t-o the clccrtvirivii1'.' Do you favor retaining a Coun- cil along'present lir.es for legislative purposes, and to whom the Commis- sion shall br responsible'.' G. Do you favor tin- election of the. Commissioners by tin: for six year terms, subject to recall by the electorate, one commissioner re- tiring every two years. 7. Do you think the Commissioners should be" re.iuired to devote all their time to City purposes? S. Un you favor making Commis- sioners subject .to after six moiHli.s' service nn com- menced by a petition of uvcnty-fivo per cent, of the electorate? Do ynu favor giving power to the elecror.ii-c1 nn ;i priiiion of twentv (i've per cent, of their r.mnbiT U> flr- manu the. inliv.'iiK'ikin of miiitfi's oihvi than those now missJblc to tnc KELLY AFTER LANGF Chicaga. Nov. 'K local with Sain T.nvisiord. ibe :er Kelly" nsss jniake the liuii'. of (pounds. Otherwise- Laore bo j fight. Kelly's coir.es ns iattennati: o'.' his wccU of comers in Min llK no ilv- ii' ..IS Sr2 _ _ MATCH AT SASKATOONi Saskatoon. Gratias and Jack were today i jto for a purse of v.-jr.ncr i j take all, on Frid.-y ni.'.ht Nov. IS. Sacii posted wiili tts sjorang editor, or j lae r cj'dois, .1 to t'r.e railed Stales navy, is c ;1 :I with machinery by which of an hour can be 2.iiotiiei' vessel ot sea. ja local t.n bind n.nd a oide bet' I of to SoO'i. The matci. j will be for tue best two in three falls. When a coin becomes settled in the! sysiera. it. will take several days'! .reatraent to cure it, and the best ram- j edy to use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will cure quicker than any also leaves the system in a j .atural and healthy condition. Sold by j In tne rnniiwtp.ctiire of parc-r in (lie States last, year corCa or vcrc1 iioscl, ;tn ir.croase of rords over the consump- tion of tliij before. ;