Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, November LETIIBRIDflE DAILY TIKKATJ) THE LIFE OF A Was In Agony Years And Nothing Gave Him Relief UntU He Used "Fruit-a-tiyes" The Famous Medicine Made From Fruit. MIJS. THAW IS STILL Tajrc II ALFRED FENRH, Eta. FENETANCUISHENB, ONT., wint to Inform you ol what your remedy "Fruit-a-lives" did for me. "For.yeaia, was a maityr to Dyspepsia and Constipation, often having to 1tave work from the agoniiiag pains otAcnle Indigestion. Doctors treated me continually, but without satisfactory results. It seemed to me that I tried every advertised medicine on the market, and got co relief. "On, one of the that I was compelled lo absent myself from a neighbor lo my house to-whom I told of iny suffering, and he said to ae that all I had to do, if I had Dyspepsia, was lotaVe They cure me. He had cored himself. I immediately procured a 500 box and continued taking them until cared, I suppose I took in all, about eleven hosts and I am glad to be able to say that I liavebetn free of Indigestion for. neatly two years. They cured the Constipation also. They rrere worth their weight iu gold lo nie and I will be glsd to have yon publish this letter, along with my pholo, if it will induce another dyspeptic to take the right road to a pertnanemt Yours ALFRED Don't suffer any longer. "Fruit-a-lives" and cure yourself. "Frnit-a-tives" will sweeten the the stomach.'- muscles, increase the quautity of diges'Uve juices, regulate Kidneys and'Bowels, and nmke the digestion.as sound as'a every case of Dyspepsia, Stcmdch, "TJelching Gas, Bloated Peeliug after eating, and all other disorders of. the Stomach, JLiveracd Bowels... 500. a box, 6 for trial At all dealera or senYon receipl of price'.. bj Frcit-a-tivea Limited, OtUwa, 'PREL'IM'INARY. -.STAGES' CLD-FASHIONED GOLD STAMPEDE .-PASSED Alia., Nov. vnre that thci preliminary stages or an old-fashioned "gold slatn pede have, been paeaed, and that Elicrt lime there will be a-rush to the north country- Prospectors from many of the famed camps .fn the Mates and provinces are gathering in among the old-timers'tc- Jng Teare, Gardner, McKenzle, Hogg, Wright, .Graham .and McKlnnon, all just-. In. from'an "eight-months' trip in the niountnins of central Uritish Col- umbia. Under (be leadership 3, Teare, nnd. slaked -by persons they- left .Edmonton last March for Fort H.C, From that laat.outpoat of civiljratton they plunged directly Into.the-vast tract of IHtle known country traversed by the Xncliako, Stuart, PaTEntpj r.nd Upper Paace rivers. There-for' pix months was carried. dn rrrospccl-! ing results of which afi a closely guarded secret, "There -be- hind it all the party Is only in Kdrcontoiz to prepare for a. re- turn to tho same parls, jufit so eooii' as sleds cart bo used, for Iranspoj-la- The trip just finished covered n foot Journey of over seven hundred miles. On return the cended liio Parsnip river io.Its junc- tion with (he Peace at Mount Selwlp, aar as Mirror Landing. From the Landing lq the Edmonton, Dunycgan S- Britlsh Coltinabla-' rfebi, a.la'st Sa'rriiles b'roughi them'to thn welcome sight of a frelgh1 qn -.which- they'_obtained .paesa'g IMerftbers. party ivere-si bearded as and .bronzed by the sun, and as "healthy and shaggy as-the bears on they had mainly, lived. This visit Only a respite, as the party expects ti return to (he mountains in, a couple "You fellows hers" In town-will Just .Mrs. Thaw, wife of Harry wiiy will appear In Canada. She a dancer and -b'as a clever partner In Jack -CMftOnl. Mrs. Thaw was in Montreal this week and play- ed to packed houses. Natur- ally there ivere those present disapproved of her ap- fllj on tho stage, and they showed their dhapproval by hissing at her. Sho Is a plucky woniau, however, and though Ehc has bad to face much hosiito criticism she has showu no sfgcs ol ijull- tins. V.'hetrier other parts of Canada will bo rr.ore kind to her than Montreal rema to be.seen. She denies she Is capitalizing her notoriety and eays she Is try- to earn a living for her- and her boy. Proof that the coyrec of extension lectures presented to the people of Lethbridge by tho University ol Al- btreta are valued, was very much In evidence lasi when a large anil appreciative audience asEebmbled at the Central school to hear (he first of a series ol six lectures, to.be filven, tiy different members of the Unlver- fiity staff during the winter. Prof, W. H. Alexander, M.A., Ph.D., head of tho department of classics at the Univer- sity, was the speaker, subject be- ing ''The Greek Genius." In introducing Prof. Alexander, Mr. Tracy, who ably presided over the gathering.-made some .very, interesting the work of Weber education. Wha does It cost In Alberta? Just II cents each for this year, and probably 13 nest year. After listening to Prof. Alexander's able and compri-heijaivo lecture, ev- eryone present thought that a WU extra tax' for University extension would be Incalculably well spent. Ho showed the vivid relationship be tween tie geniiis of Greece and nre cent day th'ought, and what a poiver I had lieen In the moulding of every thing intellectual down tn Die pre- sent The genius of the Greeks ivaa characterized by an intellects a fearlessness'Which has been one'6 the greatest powers in the world, am remarks. Ilia praise of the educa-jth6 speaker brought home the'truth tlonal system of the province was un-i it the geographical size o Christinas Shopping In Burgman's Hall, 418 13th Street N. Tuesday, Nov. 18th to 10 P. m. All manner of Fancy and Useful Articles. Children's Clothet, Home-made Cooking, Candy, etc., will be on sale at reasonable.prkes Special Features A Fish-pond (or young and old; contests in mental arithmetic; instrumental music throughout the entertaining during the ev-n ing. This latter will Include: Selection, by ll-.e High School Oichestra, other Instrumental and vccal nvicic, and conjuring tricks by an expert amateur TEA-AND CAKE SERVED AFTERNOON AMD EVENING. Free Admission Au Welcome Ladies'Aid, St. Andrew's Church FARMERS SUPPLYING MILK TO MONTREAL SA1O TO DO THIS FROM LAZINESS Montreal, Nor. An extraordi- nary case of cruelty was heard before Judge Lafonlaine, when Finnin Jas- min, a -farmer, of Bols Francs road, St. Laurent, was charged with un- necessarily allowing twenty-four cows to be lortiired by having their tails amputated. Inspector William Almand said Uiat on being Informed of tho occurrence. ho went to the field where the Here he found the beasts running around in extreme agony, their bodies were, covered uith blpoJ, in large pools about the qualified. He thought that Uni--janj.. country that makes it a power "to verslty was keeping abreast of be reckoned with, but the iDtellecEuat times in an able manner, and that It, force anil genius of its manhood. veterinary surgeon said was die great work of carrying j i that since the city of Montreal had made stricter by-laws regarding the tbe higher education to the people. The university of the olflen days was alluded to as the scat of knowledge, but the prnsanl day college, does not sit down, or become localized. "Its benefits must be carried to the out- INHERITANCE- TAX 'T0; PAY INTEREST Parlu, Xov> French Cab- inet-.toilay approved the'recommenda- cleanliness of milk, this practice had become a habit with farmers. H was done out of sheer the farm- ers preferring to amputate the tails ither than Keep the animals clean slde this term is no ,of Jbe.Finance 'committee for" the 1 The pain suffered by the cattle would er applicable. .And Mr. Tracy i5 of. Issue, of .of perpetual 3 I he exc'mciaUnf. opinion that the University of Alberta cent, government jentes. The is doing nobly, especially to be derived annually the rapid growth of the province, thejffoni ihe new inheritance tax Is to be age of the University, and the de-j applied, to the payment of intt7est. party, "till "the old-timers and tbe Loys havo been put- wise you city guys will perhaps hear something will mako you beg your vay to them there mountains, It you can't get otherwise. There's '.no other way. There's, enough" left in them tllggin's yet for.all the old boys get tbe first mands which have been made it; Railways Should Give Transportation Mr. Tracy is always ready lo "offer and the purchasa of hands foi re- demption. The price of the issue was cot the valuable suggestions, .which usually PublTc' but -it -is assumed In prove to be popular. He thought tliati circles that It will be about the system might be made a ilttle- more consolidated, and offer greater opportunities and increased scone, if some means could be provided ao that students at tbei University might bo samc as lhc Present prtce 3 per cents. The accused in the box claimed that the-tails" wore cut in the interest of cleanliness. Counsel said if such ndvice was given, the milfe inspectors of the city of Montreal were a very Ignorant class of men. Judge Lafontaiuc ordered the ttc- IS THIS JUSTICE? Manila, Xov, t.ieuten- nl C. Perry Itich. of the PhilHpinc ltircr or inc Scouts U. a. A., was killed "today in fall with a' hydro-aeroplane into Manila.Hay. Lteuicfiaht Kich, who was the only, member ot the Ph lli- pjne Scouts attached to the aviation here, .was. encircling llie Asl- atjc fleet, rvhirh was at ar.chot in the'bay, wlioii'the accirtent occurred. A' hunch fiosn the totpwh3'-.boat Dc- ivas the of many craft to reach the scorib ol his fall. 1 Its body ivas picked up with life almost, cv- nnd from there up the''Peace Iltver as him. it was too late to save allowed to ride free, or have their transportation, supplied from some aourcec .And'who could atford to'giver it belter than the railways, them- selves? They 'raa'ny'public bcnelits, lar.ds, rnoney! grants, etc., all of which belong to the people, and why shouldn't they, give; something in return? Mr. Tracy pre-1 diets that this will'not last.to be. heard of this suggestion, for he, believes that we are.coming to such! reforms in a very ah'prt Prof. Alexander, being the first-lee-1 ttirer or the season, outlined 'briefly :iiy tfork. The Is giving the people'.one- lec-l ture for every school day In thfi year, and yet the Pjofessor thinks that] more should bo done, and couM be floae, if the people would demand l and pay for-iL The University; de-j penrfs entirely on tbe legislatiirfl for! support, but the people must eventual-j ly pay the bills, and so 11 Is incnm-l lent upon them to dig down. In Frank Chubb, liie Englishman, fined Asthma Catarrh VHOOriNG COIKHS SPASMODIC QOCP BP.Oh'CHITlS COUGHS COICS VED To 608 3rd Avenue South THE VALLET FRENCH DRY CLEANERS The place that does the work satis- factorily. PHONE 1812 .And. our .rig will1 call and deliver :aEed to come forward on Monday .ext for sentence. Idaho, a. new western Btalc, It coata llio people 53 cents every year, for each head of population, to carrj on one a Meal! seasoning all in the add hot water. and nutriti.qus. Can cold diy a steaming hot cup of Cro-rinadc in one miiiuts an Oxo a luxury you will Appreciate. Its fine Hch concentrated warmth, cnergyVand il creates, a surprise and pleasure to all whi use this, dclightfnl new food-invention. OxpCubtsaretticlaUstaelilevementoffood-scie'nce, and have caused the cumbersome and meal-extract and fluid-btcf lo he relegated 16 the All that these Cubes can do faoubte anu cpsf. Order lo-day. ,V or 30 days in jail for neglecting to aentl his ll-ycar-oifl girl to schcnl. fio said ho couldn't get.-worfc since his arrival in Toronto..'from England seven months He-tajnow-in Jill. Thi liulo girl wBBi'refiiilrea'tolkfcep iiouso whSlo her mbthe'f .Tvent (b TINS OF 1 SO HOC CUBES. CUBES MRS. FRANfC'CHUB'6 Who la her thr diildrcn by taMng In vnslilns Icca t6t Uuiband Is (n Jill for 30 days. OHEENROOM From urn greeu-hued walls of room set apwt by Davis Carries be- hind the scenes of Dniry Lane theatre 'for members or his company in.' the intervals' between cues, all theatrical rest-corns take tlieir name, Green was chosen as a rellel to eyes after the glare and strain occas- ioned by the footligbts.. Bakvs Own Soap .THE LATEST t Is Ibis the street musician of the 1 fulure? We hope not, for we a third-floor fiat ourselves. Shilohm The Stnzll dote. Personal Cards An exclusive nssorhncnt of the best ever shown in the city. These blank you doJi't have to use, a stereotyped greeting. WB PRINT- YOUR OWAT GREETING IN OUR OWX 'PLANT A N.D DELIVER YOUH ORBETl HOURS AFTER IT OEIVED, V Calland Job Dcpsrtiijenf -wd will Herald'