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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGS DAILY HERALD, TUESDAr, NOVEMBER 1909. PAGE NINE W, P. Roy OFFICE: Brtwa U's Biildioj CnN Street A SCIENTIFIC WONDER The Secret ot a Famous Healing-Balm Thf re-discovery of a secret that ias lain 'hidden in the dust of 20 cen- uries is an full of fascinating nterest, and the story of Zam-Buk, the world-fumed first-aid and skin- cure will always enlist attention. Zam-Buk is the .virtual descendant of ihose wonderful and mysterious nerb- il balms by the of which the uanlv athletes of Ancient Greece and the stalwart gladiators of Rome en- sured the healthiness and ivady-Jieal- Place Your Orders for ....WITH. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 MOTHER DEFENDED iiiK of tlieir skin. Many are the attempts that were made to produce a perfect balm for the skin, but only in Zaan-Buk has the ideal been realized. Since its discovery Zain-Buk has been welcom- ed in mansion and cottage, and the people of two hemispheres realized that they have been placed in posses- sion of -an absolutely unique for skin complaints. The reasons for the triumph of sci- ence are simple and few. Taking a lesson from the Ancients, the pro- prietors of Zam-Buk first of all wisely decided that the ideal balm must be purely herbal and contain not the slightest trace of rancid animal fats or poisonous minerals. Thus Buk is made solely from rich pure essences obtained from certain medicinal herbs. These juices Settler's Wife and Children Attacked by Prairie Hound Killed the Brute Kamsack, Sask., Nov. the south of this place, a thriving little town on the Canadian Northern Rail- way, and about twelve miles distant. lived'a. settler with his wife and two small children, about five years of and one respectively. One even- recently the mother placed the youngest in the baby carriage, and with the eldest went out for a stroll on the prairie. Two young collie docs, and Nero, a wolf hound, ac- companied them. The little party had not gone far before the quick eve of the hound caught sight of a wolf son-e distance away and with a bound it was off, followed by the yapping collies. The dogs kept on the chase. spreading out as if by instinct to sur- and round the foe. The chase was getting Do You Need Shaking? MADE A SLIDE PASTOR'S BEAR AN ELEPHANT .Cinnamon Pet Grows From "CuV and Eats. Minister Out of House! and Home St. Louis, Nov. out of liUC ft J and extracts ere prepared and refined by ingenious scientific processes and then so skilfully blended that a unique, effective, and yet perfectly natural preparation for dispelling j skin-disease is secured. Zam-Buk has an affinity for the human skin such as no ordinary oint- ment or linament can possibly pos- sess." Besides soothing, pain and allay- ing irritation, it possesses unique antiseptic and germicidal qualities which virtually chase disease germs out of their hiding-places in the skin tissues; at the same time it purifies the pores and invigorates the natural functions of the skin in a way that no other, preparation can. Zam-Buk solves in a perfect man- ner the problem of always having handy 'at home or at one's work an ever-ready and reliable first-aid' for cuts, burns, scalds, bruises, lacera- tions, scratches, etc. Zam-Buk is '.without equal for eczema, ulcers, piles, bad leg, ringworm, scalp sores, warm for the, wolf, and he suddenly turned and came direct towards the lady and children who were a mile away. The hound saw the change and with his long loping bound was gradually lessening the gap. The olucky mother, realizing the danger, picked, up a stour stick of willow and stood awaiting the attack. When the wolf, with its' snarling -teeth, was within fifty yards, the wolf hound was still vards behind, and the collies 100 yards away. With a bound the wolf flew at the throat of the child cling- ing to its mother's skirt, but the woman felled him with the stick, and before he could regain his feet Nero had him by the throat, and never let go till the wolf lay dead at the lady's tike a with AtllM. You probably noticed how much more briskly the fire burns when freshly built or shaken. You doubtlen remember too, how much more briskly rou naed to get around when you U your 'teeni or twenties. The parallel You Arc that choked with ashes. cells which compose the body constantly dying being renewed. Then there ic indigestible part of the food to be removed. This cleansing of body is the duty of the bowels, kidneys and skin. When any of theat organs fail to do their work properly, tht system becomes clogged and tM oflife burni low. There is an increasing tendency towards constipation, kidney trouble and poisoned blood as one grows older, la. most cases, the need is felt of something to regulate these viul organs. "Fruit-actives" the. famous fruit medicine, does thii perfectly. It acts directly on the liver, increasing the flow of bile and causes the bowels to move regularly and naturally. "Fruit-a-tives" b the greatest of kidney regulators, Overcoming the tendency to congestion of the kidneys and strengthening these organi. also stimulates the skin to renewed action. By their combined action on bowels, kidneys and skin, keeps the system free of all poisons and renews tht vigor of youth. sold by all dealers at a box, 6 for nay bt obtained from SVss Limited, Ottawa. FOR HIS LIFE Vancouver Editor Followed by Three Bears Made Sledsc of Slicker and Slid Thousand Feet to Safety Rossland. Nov. 15.-F. R. Bloch- berger, publisher of Wcstiche Canada Post, Vancouver, recently had a thrilling adventure while lost in the mountains during a visit to his claim. While making his way through three feet of snow he was pursued by four bears, and only escaped beine devour- ed by the savage tbeasts by sliding down the track of an avalanche for feet. Then he was lost for a time and endured great hardships from cold and hunger before he reach- ed the railroad. Mr. Blochberger is confined to his apartments in the Hoffman 'house, un- der medical treatment, as a result of his dreadful experience. Ou. JLAIUJ.O, I plies, Daw ICoj J-iil il1 OWA.WO 'house and home by a cinnamon bear. festering- sores, sprains, stiffness, pois- -whose appetite is not commensurate1-- -with his larder, the Rev. William "Webster, of the Strodtman Heights Christian church, has sent up a cry of distress. He wants some one to the bear, and to take it far .away. When Dr. Webster was called from Colo., to St. Louis, friends pressed upon him little tokens of their esteem. Among them was a cuddling cub bear, scarcely -larger than a tiny puppy. The bear prospered in St. Louis. Day by day his maw claimed the de- licacies of the pastor's table. He grew with his appetite, or the appe- tite with him, until he now weighs pounds. preachers, the divine says, arc not ied any too well, anyhow, and when it .did oned wounds of all kinds, face spires, chafing, chapped hands, cold-sores, frost-bites, sore feet, disabled ankles, and all itching, irritation, and inflam- mation. Zam-Buk is a daily need in every household and is sold by all druggist! and-stores at fifty cent? a box. Re- fuse harmful and dangerous substi- tutes sometimes "pushed" as being as good A COUPLE RE-UNITED After Having Been Estranged For Two Years He gave the following account of his adventure "I left the Mollie Gib- son at 1 o'clock on Thursday, Oct. 28, and walked to Sheep Lake, 16 miles, arriving at Griswold's cabin at 0.30 in the evening. The cabin was oc- cupied by three men and I got but little'sleep. I left Sheep Lake on Fri- dav. Oct. 29, for my properties on Murphy Creek, at 7 o'clock. It was snowing heavily, and by 3 o'clock I was over the feet divide of Do- minion Mountain. At this time blizzard prevailed, the snow was up Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 15-Travel- to my waist, the trail was obliterat- lers in the Uiting-room in the Chi- ed. the wind cago Northwestern depot this it began soon morning witnessed 'the denouement of saw to my great surprise to get dark. Mrs. Ransom, for that is the lady's name, has the pelt, and will have it mounted as a souvenir. followed by behind me and the other twc wife, on either side. I had a revolver, bu glad, it was not heavy enough for such bi see beasts. I came to the track of a heart drama as strong and as full j of passion as any that was ever staged. Charles Shaw and his characters of-the drama, were Thev wanted no other eyes to their meeting, for it marked their re- avalanche and here I got rid.of union after two years of estrange- bears by sitting on my slicker ment It was the fruit of a struggle sliding down the steep hi for conquest over vice by the .bus- of 1000 feet. The speed band, who won his fight and his wife. Mrs. Shaw left her husband two Clothes that appeal to your judgment. Styles that appeal to your friends. Prices that appeal your pocket-book. to Progress Brand Clothing MEBHB A CO., LIMITED, with McKelrie HcGuire, Lethbrldge. Yankees May Adopt the Canadian Game to feeding the bear first, he I't have much for himself.____ CARE FOR TEETH OF SCHOOL CHILDREN Hamilton, Nov.' of educa- tion is making arrangements dental parlors for the care of open the A meeting was held on Saturday night of committee, and secretary- treasurer to handicap the players, and also for the draw. The score was decided to be made .to 250 "mini- mum. It being necessary to decide upon one well known player as "a standard to judge the others by. J. T. Hings was proposed by W. Holt and A. St. Ferguson seconded. Fol- was fearful and I thought I was a goner, but landed in a bank of snow, badly shak- vears ago when they lived in but glad to berid'of those awM don Out., because of reckless living j bears. I thought was m China The main cause of their disagreement Creek canyon. I followed the 1 nc mam _ was the constant use of profanity bv down until 5 o dock when I creek tried Shaw Shaw, too, left London after; to make afire, but I had lost mv Hie departure of the wife, disconso-j hatchet while making my SU-QL .101 impulses. A life. I tried to make a fire with vear ago he wandered into the rescue splinters cut with a iackknife, but mission on Wells street, and there a.was unsuccessful. Iben sons and a mes Sf r To kinder'a tree.' I walked all dav wife consented 31, and at 7 o'clock ar- I wandered ol 'the speaker! till Saturday evening. That night weeks ago his j rested standing up wrapped m a teeth of the school children. Local dentists will give service free and provide instruments wile the board will furnish the material. _____ To take your meals at the on- ly all-r o u n d white Restaur- ant in Leth- "bridge THE ALEXAND.RA_CAFE ASK FOR OUR FRESS SPRING CHICKEN And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home G-rown Stickling Pigs and-Pork from our farm. Ct is for yon. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Edison Phonographs Are sold at one price all over Canada. We pay the freight. Why send away and pay extra f We have a big assortment of-mach- ines and records NOW The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Company so the handicap. To later than Wednesday Draw '.T. T. Hings vs. Leonard. Bosworth vs. S. A. Fawcett. Poolc vs. W. Joyce. J. Gibbons vs. W. Watts. T. Scarle vs. gkeith. P. King ns. L Jarvis. F. Waddihgton Vs. W. Dawson. W. H. Holt vs. Fleming, Val. Pearson vs. Joe Stewart. Lewis vs. A. H. Ferguson. H. Abbott vs. Thornhill. J. Milne vs..Gco. Bass. F. Sexton vs. J. Brown. H. W. Powell vs. W. Barnett. J. Laurie vs. F. W. Brown. Boss vs. Cook. Handicap H. Abbott owes 100. Bosworth owes 70. Jarvis I. owes 60. Holt, W. H. owes 30. Hings. J. T. owes 25. Ferguson, A. H. owes 25. Dawson, W. owes 25. P. owes 15. Sexton, F. owes 15. Skeith owes 5, Cook, scratch. Barnett. W. receives 5. Jovcc. W. receives 5. Fleming received 5. St. W. Powell receives 10. J. Browrt receives 10. Watts, W. fcceives 30. Stewart, J. fcceives 35. i_.m Wa-ddington, F. receives 35. Laurie, J. received 35- Milne, J. receives 4ff. Boss receives 40. Val. Pearson receives 40. Fawcctt, S. W. receives 40, Leonard H. receives 40. Thornhill receives 45. Lewis receives 45. Scarle, T. receives 50. Bass, G-eo. receives 50. Fred William Brown receives 55. Gibbons, J. receives 65. Poole receives 80. I WbRKING SHOES M Prices that Talk his MAPLE SYRUP MADE me with food and shelter. At 8.35 1 took the train at Waterloo for Ross- Toronto Nov. has cd the experimental farm authorities ifrom Commanda, south of Lake Nip- issing 'that a farmer and two sons while out hunting discovered, on cut- h ting-maple wood for fuel, that the, Uap was still running. As a one hundred gallons of syrup I made between October 24 and i first week of November. me. American Expert Declares U. S.. Col- leges Will Have to Change Football Rules Soon Toronto, Nov. is. only a matter of time before the Canadian game will become the game of the United States. If it does not, then we shall lose our .football altogeth- er." This tribute "to the Canadian style of play in rugby football was paid bv Arthur Irwin, of baseball He is well known here as a former man- ager the Toronto Ball Club, this year's scout for the New York Am- ericans, and perhaps the most widely experienced and successful pennant- ivihning manager in the game. Mr. Irwin follows football. in its season, and is in Toronto for a day or two Philadelphia. It is the- interference, what you people here call 'offside interference.' that makes American football so dan- he said. (t Americans do not understand how eains can be made or 4. HEAVY BLUCH- leather hand- sewn counters HEAVY GRAIN ERS FINE OIL GRAIN BLTJCH- ERS HIGH BOOTS AT to MEN'S from JL I T I FORT WILLIAM result the .VFTER MANy YEARS, Fort William, Nov. separated for nearly 20 years, Royal Shoe Co Crabb Street Opposite Bank of Montreal how the -game can be played satisfac- torily without it. They scarcely know liarn of Sidney, N.S-W. Wil- and that it is not allowed "What do you think of the Canad- ian he was asked. is the only way, and we must adopt it or be prevented from plav- Mrs. Wm. Marshall, of London, your g-amc is more and land, brother and sister, met in Fort j Dicing; more important. The agita- Willtoh yesterday.- Mr. against the American game is is a wealthy merchant bi Sidney, de- growing stronger, and the deaths that sired to see his sister, fead have occurred are hai jcentlv married. He wrote her' M j ence with the people.' come o'ver. Letters were exchanged j since last Christmas and at last it was decided that Fort William should be the meeting, .'point. Mr. Smith ar- rived in the city yesterday and regis- "fi- Had Weak Kidneys For Two Years. Doctor Failed to Help. Doan'a Kidney Pilla Cured Him. Mr. Edmund Assels, New Carlisle, Que., writes: "I feel it my duty to let you know of the great cure I have obtained by using Doan's Kidney Pills. I was troubled with my kidneys for two years. I tried a doctor, but he failed to help me. i I read in the B.B.B. Almanac about JOUP- LU mttivt Doan's Kidney Pills, and began using brother attcj sister. They will go to their A BROAD MINDED CITIZEN tered at the Avenue, while Mrs. Mar- shall-reached Fort Thursday. Neither one knew the other- after long absence, but it did not take them Ion? to make known that they were Winnipc, Wore they return to they completely me. I am very respective homes. thaakful to have found so speedy a cure, ___ _ and would advise everyone suffering from kidney disease to try them." S Perhaps no other organs work harder than the kidneys to preserve the general t health of the body and most people are troubled' with some kind of Kidney Complaint, but do not suspect it. It may have been in the system for some time. There may have been backache, swelling of the feet and ankles, disturbances of the urinary organs, such as brick dust deposit in the urine, highlv colored, scanty or cloudy uririe, biacfder pains, frequent or suppressed urination, burning Sensation wben urinating, etc. Do not neglect any of these symptoms, for, if neglected they will eventually lead to Bright's Disease, Dropsy and Diabetes. Prbe 50 cents pef box, or 3 boxes for il.25, at all dealers or The T. Milburn Limited, Toronto. la ordering, specify "BotnV Speaking of the coming great game bctwccti Harvard and Yale, on Nov. 30, Mr. Irwin said it was hard to see how Yale, with all the weight and power ''they have, can be beaten. RIEL'S LIEUTENANT DYING LORD STRATHCONA DISCREDITS STORY. London, Nov. definite an- nouncement is made in a section, of the press that the British gov- ernment has decided to grantf pounds toward-the cost of wafer from Collooney in County Sligo to Black- sod Bay as a link in the All-Red fast steamship line to. Halifax. The fact that the Irish section of the govern- ment and the Irish Nationalists strongly favor some such grant in the interests of Ireland lends weight to the report, especially being t'1 general election, -but- Lord Strathcona discredits the announce- ment. He says he has heard nothing of it and thinks it most improbable- 25 knot service to Canada under joint government subsidy. The long 14 hour journey from London to Black- sod including the ferry steamship ser- vice between West Eneland and East Ireland are formidable obstacles to the Blacksod route. Winnipeg, Nov. Le- pine, Kiel's lieutenant in the upris- ing c-f 1970 is dying at his home at St. Norbert. nine miles from Winni- ipeg- Lepine captured Thomas Scott who was afterwards shot at Fort Garrv. Kingston, Ont.. Nof' io. the gifts towards a Jubilee of the Queen Street Methodist church on Sunday was a cheque for from" W. Harty, M.P., of Kingston and a liberal Catholic citizen accompanied by a letter to effect that "Christian- ity has a big enough platform to hoM us all, and under that banner you can always count upon my readiness to ai-d you and your fellow church- men in their endeavor to improve mankind under wide principles of golden rule." UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BLST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And io :ool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block New York Boat House-Finest On the Continent Many school children suffer from constipation, which is of ten, the cause of seeming- stupidity at lessons. Cham- berlain's Stomach and' Liver Tablets axe an ideal medicine to for A p are' riiiW and gentle ifi j effect, and will cure even chfonic" 'constipation. Sold by all druggists; The Easiest Way to Feed Fire You can replenish fire in Sask-Alta without lift- ing off a. pot-hole cover or squeezing a shovel through a narrow fccd- 'door. Sask-Alta Patented Automatic Lift Top (set illustration) provides ma opening three times large as a pot-hole. Whether you drop coal in from scuttle or put it in by shovel you can readily place it in any portion of fire-box de- iirtd. a handy feature, this Automatic Lift Top. It's an exclusive Sask-Alta improvement, too. Sask-Alta Steet Range LETHBRIDGE AOENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. ''If you liYe out ol tovn write ;