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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Mimfloy. THE LETIIBRIDGK DAILY jHERALI) Page 3 DISTRESS V; AND DYSPEPSIA GO .VACUUM PHONE.1115 Or; CALL 1203 COURTLAND AFTER THE TKOLT IX ALBEUTA V .-Rod arid A yarly oi' six oL us, equally dind- breakfast. ;LOTS IN KIPP TW and i-3 cash; 1-3 iviayl, 1911 rand "May .1, 1912. Bkeltii Tilley "AGENTS RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay." Grain 'and- Produce by car, iowest Phon'e P....O.'Box 2060 -MAJESTIC THEATRE BLDG. PETITIONS FOR CANDIDATES A Little Diapepsin Makes Your Stomach Feel Fine In Five Minutes As there is often some one in your family Vho suffers an attack of 'ludi- gosrion or some form of Stomach trou- ble, you keep some Diapep- sin-in the house handy? This harmless blessing will 'digest anything you can 'eat without the: slightest .discomfort, and overcome a sour, gassy Stomach five 'uf-1 ter. Tell your-pharmacist to let yotv.reac i the formula, plainly printed'on these GO-cent cases of Pape's- then you will readily see why it. makes j Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Heart-' miseries as .Bek-hins of.. Gas, Eructa- tions of sour, undigested food, Nausea Headaches. Dizziness. Constipation and other Stomach Some'folks have'tried so long to'fmrt i A. couple, of .petitions "'are- -being j relief from indigestion and Dys'pep-, on their ,ivay this_'afternoon, j sia or ah out-of-order stomach" witt Gun in two hours the fisher- ed as to the agreed fo have ajnien returned with va nice trip fro nit tie plains.of Alberta to 'the' mountain districts quest oeautil'ul "rainbow trout for these waters are famous. of the reeling secure of our breakfast we passed a yleasaut time together be- which'tore .turning, .in." To camp on" such a lovely stream in the mountains was little setlenient of Stavely was our starting point much-con- sicteraiionaiud consultation we had got together what, we -believed to -be a'evemtte- a privilege of the first magnitude and upon that Rqint.we all agreed on that cieiishtful and never to be forgotten compiete next morning-, after a -becidjuc, 'dishes, a good stove and last night, wag ft real treat, the fresh Out'noC JekstV a'plentiful 'supply of, pro- forming a dish fit for a-monarch, visions..-: We'.rea'fized that a trip Jike' So well were we satisfied with our the one we'contemplatecl, one .of .tlie mountains that we miles overland in a wagon with camp- ers'" outfits' would call for a Marge wished to .penetrate further and two of tlie party volunteered''to proceed burn and other distress go in minutes, and relieves at once- five such weeks as.planned, aud consumed pro- visions at "the rate of those two days, we 'must: o'btaw a renewal of supplies iroiu somewhere'. Accordingly, nc- 'com'panied by another mem-ber of the' party, l visited a.., nearby ranch a.nd one o? them asking Andrew Tilley, oi Skc3tlj--anci financial. brokers, and uhe other asking 'H-. -J. Goode, toncrcte. contractor, to ,run 1'or the city fouis'i-H. Both gentle-men intimate iliat-if enough xatcpavcrs.i'raUy want liicni to run .they may uo .so, but they- arc by no" mcu-ns seeking the of- their own volition. 1 Fric-n-ds of Dr.: C.--Rusk say i-hat ho will const-nt to .run if it can; be shown the vounger. element.i the everyday cr.res "adver- tised that they have about, made up their minds that they have something else wrong, or believe theirs is a'case of Catarrh "of the Stomach or Cancer. doubt, is as serious mistake' Your real trouble is, what you eat doe; hot instead, it fernien'ts ahO sours; turns to acid. Gas and'Stom'aci poison, which putrefy-in the digestive tract and intestines, and, besides, poi- son the-breath. A-hearty thorough II i p! ey fIrn ns 5 e r DviiyliiS promptly attended to '.I-Iav-.anu 'grain for Phone Office- Methodist Church, among supporters., of: getting -a-' meeting sether'io boost his--candidature.' to- tv try Pape's Diapepsin." SALES -nn short; notice. Sat- Uractioa Live.stock and'implements ,n.. special t.v. J.A. 414- Alberta. Regular snles at J. "Earn, vVooci on the second and fourth Tuesday, of each Western LONG BROS., Prcprictors. 'OfficE next Arcade. Phone, 11S3. WITH CANNON i Political Uprising in Me- aragua. by i i imd x Del Suer, Nicaragua, Nov. called out ;_tb :s.up- deiuoasuatioTi.; i-Leoir yesterday, and..- -ma'ay persons j were lulled, or wounded.. Tlie j prohibited .political de- monstranoiis, out ,iu .the face ;of this CONSTABL amount of muscular 'work and cause 'j'-P .'stream -and try and find: a trail a 'heaw- demand' upon such articles as1' tl'fiic' Beans' rice; tea, coffee, Bv the tneir cf rnnr second evening out.. however, came inat :o tfie conclusion that if we stayed faces' towards home for a for- able to follow. On tiowever, we were told ann up stages ancs est fire was raging and -would soon maKe our situation.-- uncomfortable if. eiarly -possible, nexi morning: we broke camp arid started on the back; trail." At' the' 'end of ".ten miles arranged for them allo.w us ;o.pur-jwe reached'Sharpie's Creek-which we Chase enough rice, Hour, beans etce- 'hoping we might "obtain a t era" from them to last.six people, with, further s'upply'of whole par-' months. I may jty .joined-in the and-most "of here" that in ihe secjuel. we j us' succeeded '.-with." the result of add: Ibund we had-'not .purchased any. too I ing-.'greatly." our iniicu..' bill of'fare. The; smoke followed us 'it Vds ifae midole-lof 'tile" third such clouds that we. baa'-to-vacate out'before we 'obtained, any fish, and jtnls camp and we-accordingly decided our first supply .was'.nicely dished up jio-recross. the. .Divide'- and try our for- ior diurier. it is _ciuite. beyond me to! 1-0.0 'describe-how well they _tasted and ;1! niiist be content: with-saying- that ail were agreed they_jiad never tasted '7' -zpnie.-when -we- awoke next trout from kveh with heavier clothing from that place we hacl to move round lively to. keep' warm. -When-'the sun came up "we Knew we were ;.in- lor a- hot day and the morning..'hours proved-' this iore- Trout Our camp-that uight was. on a high elevation and although it was July we felt- as: though'..suddenly transported 'to tho Valley, pro- jT ceemng the. valley for. seventen'1' j miles-to Old" -Tleport had i were I press a, political Thomas Hall, the Stafiordville vil- c'onstable, when "he attempted .to j arrest j-ohn' -Babina for ..being. drunk j and "disorderly on the "street night was set Ba- bina's -fellow countrymen, knockeil aowu.' disarmed and frightfully; "been taken from cast it" that trout the :river, "as big as 'big as a properly land without too much excitement' causing" him.-to tell, a fish' the banks of a breath of wind ten o'clock we felt was we a'halt. How- noon and "af- ter dinner moderated, a the Old to the Liv- breath" of-wind .came: up and. as we mgstone .Mountains; we pitched our j readied" the Divide we. enjoyed camp, il'he trail- at this did riot (the. views'; of..; scenic beauties, look any too'good..for anadrance and! in-- the afternoon as had "a.i-stiff: climb to the Jjivide we were-glad "to find a resting place. Loaded'as was our :it was-all our four-horses could, the- elevated'position-.of the. ;Divide ;ind. the] whole'" of the' members of the party" had to ..walk the last six miles. What .rwith, the climbing the vraJ king .-together the majority, of us agreed, that w.e would not. have cou- ed. "As a resulc Babina and. four any'-.a'ssertibu to .i-.order the Liberals of Ettempted i; to "hold 'meetmiisl wers i j 1 1Q men a-re'iind'er arrest. the distance really' double: ipOT.'erJess to prevent ihem -an-ti-called i.ucou the drove the nosers to cover by a furious obarge. ,in -the- ji course of which they swept the .-street j j with grape aiul canistei'.. rioters j i resisted at first but not j rhoia-'-our against the miiffary- forces.! tuxciremeut over the occurrence! i ing on. Thrusdayon-.the serious -charge I mere Uian repaid for "air our ei ofassauJOg officer while in by "the" series ofmagniflcenirvi J) [tense. .2 six roomed cottages with water in each house, good cellars, cement wired for elee'rric light. No. 1S02 and 1S04 Nor-i mr.1! St. S-TOO _C25h; balance vory easy. :1 sn- roomed cottage and'iT.'o Jots on Charles St. near West- minster Iloadl x 2SS ft. on ?vIcK'ay St. near Westminster Road, with good 5 room brick cottage; water and electric'light in house. New bam hbus'Kb 20x20; ail fenced. ply WILSON FURNITURE GO. Lethbridge Phcnes 1023 and 585 f his duty.: .The .fight was., the sequel to a.-chris- tening -ye'srerdaW at the -home of Elek Large quan- of booze was 'evidently consumed and Constable Hall meeting-'Babina. on the street .drunk and making-'much noise proceeded to take him t: village lock-up whenffralf a "dozen '6th- ier mcn--atta'cked him, -knocked' him fciown. took his hand cuffs, and re- [vofver from him: pricked and hit him ,rDri7taily. Someone -sent in a. pho'ne jmcsage to the mounted police and Hum by and a .party of. police I sent, out and succeeded in.: arresting i.iotm-Biibina, the cause o! the fray, i Haniias, Joe "M'ur- arak and Mink returning them to the barracks and placing tnem under Jock and key. Hall had his injuries attended to by Ur. J'1. 1-1. .Meivourn and was 'able to appear oetore Inspector' West, jip., THE CLOSING OUT SALE AT THE WILSON FURNITURE COMP'Y Ts creating; a great, demand for furniture, carpets, linoleums, crock- ery. Norrh Lethbridge. Every article in the store is marked So. if you a good choice, come at once. 3 Morris Chairs 59.50 Oniy 4 Baby Busgics left ..............-......SNAP PRICES Latest Patterns ir Oilcloth. 2 yds. wide, at..................'. ,65c SPECIALS .WHILE THEY LAST Glass Table Bowl.. Cream Pitcher, Spoon Holder and ButtarDfsh. Only a set...................................50c' 7 Piece Berry Set. only....................................-.. ,5Qc White Cups snd Now per 40 and 44 Piece Tea up prices are for Phone 1023 SWINDLING NEWS AGENT CAUGHT and-jwill have a hear-j Wheu'we reached the-Divide: we were exertions'; "views we ahcf field glasses fo.r an hour, enjoying to the full1, tiieiniany .'beauaiiU-'natura.! pic- tures -..before us-rthe-r-.tnagnificeiit mountain' scenery, the' beautiful val- ley with the river flowing through. One side -was finely wooded from the valley., up to the umber line.'white the other'was black-and scar-red and de- faced by a destructive forest fire we-ha'd crossed tile Divide and at five were" on-, tlie-banks of Trout Cre'ek, seeking a- goo'd .camping .site. After putting up .we left arrange- ments id1" the and 'started fish- ing, iioping to "procure..enough -for sup- per, -'bur success .was 'complete and one ot our! number, who so" far- had railed'-to rand anything, came up to bile of-.the finest. strings caught; during'the-trip. Needless to say; 'uiat particular fisherman -was all smiles-. Our good fortune ued all .next, we enjoyed; a fine feast -in addition, to good sport "Let food digestion weft en appetite, and health on. b They vi 11 if you take They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, and make life worth living again for'tht victim 50c. a box. .If your druggist his not stocked them yet, sendusjSOc. and we will mall -them. 35 Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works C. G. SIMPSON NEEDS All orders are entrusted toTcbnipetent work- men and receive prompt and careluLattention tentioii. .There was a-beav-yiiali-'of Manitoba-resterday.: Six arc, twenty injur-j fishing in what we Relieved :to I cd as a result of.: car running be a my brother [into a train The annual .report o! the Depart- ment." of that there .127.9': an. I 271S irhich latal though ser- ious. This is an-increase'of 7 and 4-11 respectively.-.oy'er last ;vcar; caught bur-hooks '-in -what took to J be togs but speedily.-discovered by the pun to be something. endowed with afc Kalamax-00' Central Express, train Lafayette, the of- the Des Moincs has Ijecn' appointee! life. -After-some careful playing and s !suCcecd the late a most anxious.time we' brought Dolliver., to fine, -bull trout, two feet, j eight" inches long. To land a fish of swept through, ji. month prev-f Vize with small' fly hooks neces- ious to our visit. That sight showed us -in-: all -its hideonsness the destruc- tive and far reaching effects of a for- ii' the ria-d 'been arranged and supper eaten and enjoyed, some of the parly sinned fishing in order. if possible, to obtain a .supply for our .Minneapolis, Nov. Larson, of Ash by. 11 inn., believes that he .had been "short changed" to the extent by a agent while on his way back from Winnipeg. Trouble j grew out oC a transaction In which j Canadian bills weio exchanged by the r.ewsie for United States currency. Carson notified Sheriff. Alfred Tlibmp- son, of Grsnt County, zi Elbow Lake. j and that, officer telephoned, to the i sheriff here. When the news agent. i who gave his name as George Hemp- j aui. stepped from the train at this" 'station he was arrested. He protest- ed his innocence but was taken back j TO Elbow i.ake -by Sheriff Thompson. I-V.-RO came down after him. The -charge swindling is laid and. j connected therewith is an evidence of derenvilnauon ing public. to protect the'trav- AUCTION SALE AT 642 GLYN STREET. ON Thursday Next at 2 o'clock Prompt. F. WADD1NGTON CO. Instructed by the owner, will sell by public aucjion, and without reserve, a quantity of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including nearly new Dressers and-Stands. Brass Mounted Beds, Springs and Mattresses, Carpets, Rugs, Hnndsome Buffet. Morris Chairs, Dining Table, Dining Chairs, Library Table, Gents' Easy Chairs, Heaters, Solid Leather Couch, Linoleums, Pictures, Crock- ery. Cooking Utensils, etc. Goods on morning of sale. PHONE 426 AUCTIONEERS OFFICE JOHNSON BLOCK New BACK AT WORK YorK. Nov. thousand of the striking expressmen went hack j to work buttons. For tlie weeks Jl'JO teams Dr.- H. S. Ford, of Vancouver, lost his. lift while out hunting, goats, in the mountains. He died, from being separated from his companions.. The Countess Tolstoi attempted twice to commit suicide because of worry over .the disappearance.oi her hustand. She was.saved both time's by daughter. The Count has been round in Tufa'Province. open_ Eariy-next morning we entered today, wearing their union first time in two ol' four big com- MR.-A. CLAVERIE Js Avails at tlie CASTLE HOTEL TODAY (IKIDAY) TOMOBKOW 5) a.m. to'3 pan. 6 to 9 p.m. GO AND SEE HIM AT ONCE All advice given tree. Do not fail to xo and see Mr. A. Cla- verie at once. His method and appn: ratus are absolutely without rivals in the worlcl. You will obtain from him 1M-ME- DIATE RELIEF. ABSOLUTE SECUR- ITY, DAT AND NIGHT for the rup- ture when once placed in the "stuffed and baked. Of all DOES XOT BREAK AGAIN, which- j rhc good iisii we have had in our lives ever movements are executed. j we look that one as the DON--T MISS THIS CHANCE. j unest. sweetest, daintiest fish we ever The rupture is one of THE MOST I enjoyed. We are going back for one TERRIBLE DISEASES., which every j OI- bis reiatives next year. day causes the. death oC hundreds of j suai.ed sreai -skill and we came in for hearty congratulations on our suc- cess. Although we did well after- wards' we did not succeed in 'coming anywhere near that monster in size, perhaps that was fortunate for if we jiad caught more.of the same size we might have been tempted to camp taere for the rest of the summer. Xext ciay we visited the Big 4? ranch and witnessed sights well worth solng miles to see. Kaving passed over our allotted time, each day bring- ing- its own enjoyment and the'whole now forming a series of delightful memories, we found it necessary to move once We hated the mousin ol leaving that beautiful stream with iis ice cold water but, bodv oi nn infant was found, and a necessity called and we had to obey. humau boiies discover. One day's drive brought us to cc; Creek, six miles south-west ,ofj ;iaresliolm, where we made our quickly coughs, cures colds, henls Petitions were circulated in the churches of yesterday, ask- ing E. D.-Martin to-run for mayor. M. Bull, president of the Royal Crowu Soap "Co., objected to canvass- ing in Uic churches. Langhan, .Sask.. has had a terrible Four tovs were drowned. i man lost Ins 1-ii'c in river, the Richard of Col limbia University, speaking in. Boston ravored the'-exchange of children -as well as .students -between, the-centres, of Europe and.America. .-St. jIUichaeFs- sanatorium at i'arK. Reading..'Pa., Jemale Catholic religious' orders af- nicted with tuberculosis, was opened' for reception and treatment of pa- tients. Ten thousand bushel's of blue-stem wneat were sold at Walla recently for 75 cents per'bushi: 'J.'iie armored cruiacr left St. Thomas, Danish West. Indies, trip around the American., con- tinent. The lifeless body of D. A'. Dieffen- der, a prominent man, of near .Miffin- surg, Fa., was fouiid in the roadway not far from his his The oil burning torpedo boat. des- iroyer Sterrer.r, arrived 'ill Boston, completing her four-hour high speed I trial during the run from Rockland, upon'the last stage of our journey and the throat and i-Jogs reached home at five in the evening. glad, to find ourselves once more amid fimiliar scenes we heartily enjoyed the Trip and are look- ing forward with eagerness to the next one when -we mean to put into practice some lessons learned upon the triji w'nlcij is now only a memory. feel that we gained much in ex- perience, largely in health and passed (a most pleasant lime. The big fish was taken home to con- vince the neighbors of his size and af- 25 teats. j panies travelled unhampered in all'di- rections. Slowly the greai congestion of freight and express maiter is being relieved. WON'T SIGN FRANCHISE Brandon, Nov. for the Brandon-Gas Co. have definitely an- nounced tnat mandamus proceedings win..fae taken against Mayor Adolph to compel him to s'pm an agreement extending- the company's franchise. Tne. mayor insists that ..the deal suouirl have more consideration by the representatives of the people. In our disirict there are several thousands of men and women who havu secured health and happiness through the method and apparatus of Mr. A. Claverie. KILLED IN RUNAWAY .Montreal, Nov. James uairymple who was injured in a run- away accident at Mt. Royal a week ago. died this morning. J. E. Dalry- inpie, assistant general freight agent day ar the Casilo Hotel dud soon you will be another man. ABDOMINAL BELTS FOR WOMEN AND MEN Abdominal Belts for Women and Menf Patent Apparatus for weakness and deform- ities of limbs and back, elastic stock- ings. The only one of their kind in the world. s. is a son. TEN YEARS FOR WOODS Ked Deer. Nov. Justice Harvey sentenced Clarke Woods, for the killing of Hector Murray, to ten years in the penitentiary. London, Nov. council of the H. C. Aid Society baa received 500 pounds from a .well wisher. rewmaster ToU s: "You need not hesitate to recommend ALBERTA'S PRIDE aa one of the very finest beers on the marker today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty.years now and never be- fore have I turned out a produce with which I was so well satisfied as I am with LETHBRIDGE beer. "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery uses, with the best barley and hops I ever saw, we are enabled to produce a beer of which I am exceedingly Drink Alberta's Pride If you use beer at home get a sample case. You'll like it. believo you'll say it's best beer you ever drank. Tke LetKbndge Brewing an d Malting Co. Limited PHCNE 554 ;