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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 16.1910. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BABIES' SORES IN WINTER MOTHERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ZAM-BUK Every mother should realize that .the skin of her baby is so tender that the secretions of -the boily often lead to rashes, eruptions, etc., all oi which may be removed by Zam-Buk. Scores or restless, crying 'babies, upon exam- ination are found .to be suffering .from some form of skin irritation or "ho-.it" Don't let baby suffer when Zum-B.uk will cure! Often, too, in winter, the little ones suffer from chaps on the chin, iiaads, or other parts of the botly. Xam-Buk applied after the bath and at intervals during the day, will prevent all trou- ble. Mrs. L. Wood, of 475 Alexander Ave- nue, 'Winnipeg, .says: "I hare prov- ed the value of Zam-Buk when ap- plied to children's sores. Some nasty sores broke put around my baby's mouth, and despite all the prepara- tions used, they refused ,to heal I took him to St. 'Boniface Hospital and he re- mained there, for two weeks. "At tho end of that time" he was ho .better, and we again took him home.' I was then advised to try Zam-Buk and ob- tained a .supply. The effect of. the first few'applications very grati- fying, and a, .little -perseverance re- sulted in a complete cure." will also be found a sure _cure for cold sores, chapped hands, frost JMtes, ulcers, eczema, blood-poi- son, varicose sores, piles, scalp sores, ringworm, inflamed places, babies' eruptions and chapped places, 'cuts, burns, bruises, and' skin injuries gen- erally.. All druggists and stores sell at oOc. box, or post free from Zam-Bub Co., .Toronto, ,upon receipt of price. You are: warned against harmful imi- tations and substitutes. See the reg- istered name on every package before buying. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE J LOOKING FOB JOHN WARNER A. 'bill will be introduced to parlia- ment asking for the reciprocal recog- nition ot medical degrees by all pro- vinces. A man giving the name oi Lawrence Kyan died" of Heart failure' shortly arter being placed. in tiie Saskatoon lor drunkenness. The was subsequently identified-as'that- or Dr. Sullivan, formerly Tne wnaie'foack -barge, Baroness, sank of Fire Island. Capt. Soderberg and five men were lost. Tne Baron- ess was run down 'by an unknown square rigged :snip.' ueorge W'ooinouse, 'a'-Saskatoon pos- tal cleric, nas'. 'been. .arrested on a cnarge of stealing registered mail. remier Stolypih informs tne.Duma tuat, tiie Russian Socialist leader ;neidge has been elected on false cre- dentials. is, alleged to have lived upon nis brother's passport for years in order to escape .the conse- of earlier political misdeeds. in order to empnasize the need for promotion, Hi N'. Connell of Auburn, wasmngton, placed the -bodies.of two men in caskets in his -display window. Over the head of each .corpse a placard, read: .'Mie; died o! drink." _ Connell is an undertaker. Simeon ..Masna. sole surviving engineer who drew King-JSdVard.v Constipation it the root of many forms of sickness and of an endless amount of human misery. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, thoroughly tested by over fifty years of use, have been proved a safe and certain cure for constipation and all kindred troubles. Try them. 4 25c.abox. or Vvaiejj uiiu-iu Canada, died at .London, Ont., at the age of 83. It has been officially estimated that population of- Canada is eight mil- NEVER HAD NOR PULLED A GUN Magistrate Dismisses Case Against Richard Gildert I LONG TRIP FOR LITTLE GIRLS Travelled from Sheffield to Strathcona Un- attended Strathcona, Alta., Nov. aged C, and Phyllis, aged 5, daugh- ters oi H.'Heath, arrived here last night .after travelling the way iroip England They were put on 'the train at Sheffield, Eng- land, .tagged like merchandise. A broad leather belt .surrounded the waist'of each with painted letters, reading, "To" Heath, Strathcona, Al-i berta, Canada, per Empress of Bri-i The little girls were inet.at the station by the happy had a cart load oi toys between them -given by passengers. The "only fear of the parents is that the-kiddies may.have been spoiled, by petting and the care received. COURT ATTACKS SALVATIONISTS Brandon Magistrate in Discussion with News- paper Reporter on Brandon, Nov. Wiltshire, L. of.-Virden, in the police court this Gzlaert, the man arrested; morning to remanded _for one week for sea- _ Henry Warner, of Deer Park, Wash., is in'the city looking; for his son John. Warner, who has a homestead near -Taber. He worked for the 'c.P.R. at 'Cayley, "communicated with bis parents regularly, until the middle ot last month: He. was to receive his father through the Cayley post office to -enable him to go upon liis homestead.. The money .was sent as the son directed, but the letter was never taken from the Cayley post and other letters sent to" Cay- ley, Lethbridge and Taber, also re- R- maiced uncalled for. Chief Gillespie gave Mr. Warner ail -the assistance possible and" secured information of a visit 'by him to the Dominion Lands Office in October. Mr. Warner went to Taber yesterday, to continue his enquiries there. lion. Hon. Frank. Oliver .was banquetted last night the employees of the de- parement. of the interior. TSighty-two applications for private bills in the House of Commons have been made. This is about the, aver- age nmri'Der. ferman, 'proprietor Jot a store on Sixth street, opposite the d Ofle Gid' the Soras who expressed- no uncertain words his conviction MISSIONARY CAMPAIGNS IN THE SOUTH Plans of Presbyterians, Methodists and Church of England It had been intended to hold this year a provincial -Laymen's Mission- convention, but this has been postponed until 1911, and the diGcr- ent denominations have agreed to j hold a series of meetings in their (churches instead.. The Presbyt-erians I start their meetings in Calgary on I Nov. 20, when visiting speakers" will j occupy the city pulpits. On Monday evening, Nov. 21, there will be a young People's rally in Knox church, to confer on- mission study classes. Meetings, are to be held at the fol- lowing points: Calgary, Nov. 20, 21 and 23.. Cayley and Cochrahe, Nov. 21. Qkotoksi Stavely and Do Winton, Nov. 22. Langdon, Claresholm arid Nanton, Nov.' 24. Strathmore; Pincher Creek, G-ran- um, Nov. 25, Hat, Lethbridge and Mac- leod, Nov. 27 and 28. Didsbury, Nov." 28. G-leichen, Innisiail' and Taber, Nov. 29...... Carstairs android, -Nov. 30. Lacombe, Penhold and Red Deer, Dec. 1. Ponoka, Ledtic and. Wetaskrwin Dec. 2. Edmonton .will be .visited on Dec. 4, and.for two weeks meetings' will be held at different points in that district. BUY YOUR FARM NOW WHILE CARLIN ORCHARDS J THEMAKKKf T This beautiful tract of land is being rapidly- taken, aw" as: W had expected The combination of extra good land, in best .ruit growing districts away below the market'vaSia of good fruit land in'-Britijh Columbia, seems to clinch a'sale those who have investigated CARLIN ORCHARDS Tiie very terms we are offering'is a great inducement'also- We would advise you not to delay in this matter as the area of CARLIN OR- CHARDS is limited. Remember that UPPER, OKANAGAN is the most desirable district in .Bri- tish Columbia. It is par- suited to fruit growing; has a wai-m and even climate; no irrigation is needed. CARLIN ORCHARDS is the f best tract of land in this district.. .The strong points of this property are: It has deep It fronts on a navigable river. in the" centre of the property. acre blocks at prices that can years.UO t0 ?WS balance 2 ing. the iS Cleared aH the is W clear- ?r now while the opportunity is stffl openi A to us rormustrated pamphlet L. will' receive-.peompt; 524 Fender B, C. .-.kuvi- .U. Wil rs, Black Mm 1 r 'I ed secretary Of the Laymen's'Mission- ary Movement -of the Methodist church- Mr. Arnup is a very eloquent man and when at Victoria College was known as'the best i orator of many'rears. He will spend nest'Sun- day, -Nov. 20, in _______ ______ ing at Westminster-.church; the The purpose.'of the meetings is not j morning, at Coaldale in the aiter- to obtain contributions, but to give till He was dissatisfied ncial m TSTnva oye-election in' Digby, Nova Scotia, .from W. JB. Van Blaroom, Con- servative. 'John and Alex Purvis of Manitoulin island were sentenced to five years each.for robbing a wrecked vessel. 'Winnipeg to" collect sum of. arrears of taxes from tile. C. The profits of the Bank of Montreal for the -current year "were make note 'is slightly less tnan last .year. The run on the Birbeck .bank at Lon- don, England, has subsided, and 'con- fidence is restored. frightened, ffhe witness .for the- prosecution were ant, ___7__ ___ Abraham Kaminsky, a boy working reporter. f A or .this in the One reporter took issue yith the magistrate, as- that the Army "looked after Fefferman, the complain- .its immigrants and a Fcfferman, his wife, and for Fefferman. The evidence of the first two differed On some vital points CAT-AI -e- FATAL EXPLOSION St. -Martins, K -One ;man'was killed and several seriously a- injured in a boiler explosion at Tun- and the.boy's the evidence of Gildert, who gave evidence on his own behalf. Gildert gave his evidence in a uwiiw at xun straightforward'way. -He denied that mouth-Creek, ten miles from here be a gun or had ever carried ThP nf tho T J-ne cause 01 tne accident is unknown. as stated. P n o one. tie might have carried his 'hand re o ie accident is in his hi ocket, however. fine -boiler was not defective his hip however. fe -oier was not defective as stated. Accused had John R. palmer to de- A sawinili owned by J. p. Mosher was fend-him. j badly wrecked; j general information about missions and the work of the church at home and abroad. The visiting speakers are Dr. !R. of foreign mis- siona; Rev. G-. M. Ross, of Honon, China, and F. W. Anderson, secretary of.the Presbyterian section of the Presbyterian section of the Laymen's in Canada. In the follow- ing laymen are expected to take part: H. .Dr. Blow, Alex-. Mofiat, C., F. ".George S. Diiigie, Thomas 'Humphries and J. S Arnold, of Calgary, J. D. Higinbotham of Lethbridge, -and. James Wilson oi Medicine Hat. Methodist. Campaign The .Methodists also are having a missionary, campaign throughout the west. In the party are the most prominent members of the missionary forces of the church. The man com- noon, and will missionary lad- dress in Wesley church'-in the even- The text" ot his, itinerary is as follows Iron Springs, 21. November Barons, Tuesday, Wednesday, November 23.' Stavely, Thursday, November' 2-1. Cayley, Friday, November 25. Macleod, Sunday, .November 27, II a.m. Allcndale. Sunday .afternoon, No- vember 27. Macleod, Sunday evening, Novem- ber 27 x Granum, Monday, November '28. Claresholm, Tuesday, .November 29. Anglicans Also Announcenient was made yesterday of the. coming of Rev. Canon Tucker, who is one of the ablest men. of the Anglican church in Canada and until BURN-ED TO .DEATH Montreal, Nor. aged wnile-IJgliting: tms morning, set firer-'ta Ixer and was. fatally: Liqnid Cures Wliere i _I_U. CXLLU. UJU. UJ.A ing to Southern Alberta is J. H. a few weeks ago was missionary sec- Arnup, wno has recently been appoint j retary for-the In regard to sMn .diseases, mecEIcat authorities are agreed, cm Don't imprison the itf your skin by the use of greasy: and encourage A trial cure of aU- eczematous diseases' healing :agents, in the lorm of Squid-! can be brought about only 'bynsiog tb.e' .WASH THE 'A simple wash: A compcisiiiot'.Olir of Wintergreen, Thymol, 'and' othei' in- gredients, comoined in the D.; IX, Dl Prescription. This, penetrate4Jto the" disease germs and. destroys i -'tibiemy then soothes and heals sMn. as nothing else nas ever -done, A trial bottle will start 'the and give you. instant relief. "Write 'tor- it today to the. DJXD. Dept. L. H., 49 CoTborne'.'St, 'Toronto. Jackson Cope, .corner Third Ave. and JEi 100 barrels COAL OIL 25c gallon Get the Ling Too much too many stoves-too many tools, too many washing- machines, too many churns, too many boilers, too much rope Too Little Much Our Predicament Being yet overstocked to the extent of we further reduce prices to remove the conges- tion, Enormous Reductions Bundles of Every Bay needs for a trifle. Our bargains this week eclipse all others offered yon. YOU DON'T PAY A PROFIT HERE advantage of LING'S Unloading Price Ai> TJLN 3 Sizes. FLOUR CANS 25, 50. 75 and 100 pounds DISSTONSAWS BLUE BELL SAWS, KEEN CUTTERS UNLOADING THEM ALL SQUARES, LEVELS. PLUMB BOBS, MAWLS. 300 Stoves, Heaters, ranges from which ____to picked stoves. Stock of Cutlery. Rogers, Bros., Ayalon, Commun- ity, Nevada or Oregon Silver, wood or bone handle sets, Joseph Roger dinner cut in price. DOOR couple of hundred more here. Ling bought door mats like he did everything else. BUCK Are good stoves. Ling's range the finest, largest and most compre- hensive in town. Unloading prices settles the stove problem. WINCHESTER GUNS AND RIFLES Remington Guns and Rifles. GET OUR PRICES. Galvanized and Japanned. I guess Ling thought nobody else handled coal scuttles, judging from the quantity he has. BARB WIRE AND COAL OIL Wanted every day lines, CHEAP! CHEAP! CHE API Redpath Street Hardware Merchant ;