Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Noveiulwr Ittll. TITE LETimRIDGE DAILY Pare WORK HARD FOR MY LIVING MO WED GUI FILLS 194 GORDON St., S'fAi-uttoN, N.Y. will you kindly inform m c if you r Gin Pills it re told in New York City I learned about them hist su miner. My daughter went to Kingston, Out.) spent the summer there. Sfce got ic of your Gin Pills and Pent them nc and I tried them and found them ja the best medicine that I ever used Kidncj'and Bladder Trouble. Oh y did me so much good and I aui so better. I. hope you can fix it so tret Giu Pills in New CHARLES COLLINS. COUNTER BS FERNIE Chap Who Did Enumer- ating Must Have Been Blind (SiAsclal to Uio Herald) I'ernlo, Nov. Tlio census kick luiK at hiHf. reached Kernle. The re- port appearing in the proas yesterday which credits Furnfe with u pojralu- flon of 3287, Hosmer with 2019 nnd Mlckul with 1515, Is too'ridiculous to seriously hut nevertht'leHB, much adverse comment 1ms 'boon in- dulged In ifegardlnK the glarfua dls- cvapuiitiias in the report. There arc nearly 700 school ohil- tlrcn In Fe'rnfe, the nctua! uttenUauce during October having been 588. There must be ii-eariy 1000 cliildreu oi' till HKSS In Fftrnie and West Fernle, as it IB a wall known fuel that many j children of school ng-e are no-t in a1- tendance and the number under school ;old everywhere in Cinarla at SQC. a jage is very large, uonsideriuj; the'pop- 6 for Sample free if you te National Drug and Chemical Co. Janada, Limited, Dtpt. A-D Toronto. f you need a gentle laxative or sonie- ig to stir up tue liver, take National Y Liver Tilla, 350. box. 106 5CURERS GIVEN STIFF SENTENCES ulation. There are. in round numbers, miners in the town, a. large propor- tion of them singl'S men, as is the casp in all western mining towns. If these reports are fair samples qf those from all over the .wes-i. it must evident thai there were very larse holes in the dragnet used to gather Jin the population for enumerating pur- poses. There being OV-ET GOO children on WHEN THE FAMILY GATHERS 'ROUND THE HEARTH All the great entertainers of the world can be with them to enliven tbe ereBJng.if they own a VICTROIA. draw and ScoMi, JMelba and Sembrich will ail be there. Through tlie most perfect of all louoil-reproducinf instrument! the genuine VICTOR VICTROLA isary, Nov. Bwckman, Roy Fredorlckaon, nnd Ethel alias Ruth Davenport, both the school volts, U would follow -that lenver, convicted of attempting io ;there mtlEt have been u Theodore ['lire for immoral purposes, the Roosevelt lurking behind every avail- of Emma Pearson, a Ill-year- lalile tree, lecturing the people of Ffer- girl, we't-e this afternoon sonlanc- nie against race suicide. No auch pro- o five and three years respective- portion of school children to the rest the Edmonton penitentiary population can be shown outslde-of Ice Stuart, who presided in the an orphanage. A population of 12S7 Court.' The Pearson has .with an actual school record attend- since the preliminary hearing in iance'of 5SS, should make the familiar police court, but her deposition teeth of the champion of childhood, he preliminary was used lit Roosevelt, shine out larger, than aver in the cartoons. "It would be n small task to turn out and find at least 500 single men in this town any said a citizen, "who are actual residents. Five hun- dred single men from 12S7 leaves 7S7 people, five hundred and eighty-eight were children actually, in school. From this it would be evident thiri there are only 100 married couples in tow.n and they would have an average of nearly six to the couple, hot accounting.'fop-tlie large numb-ar under and those not in tlt- tendance. But we can Mrt speculate upon such a basis: we indignantly re- fute the whote consul muddle and are now seeing the. wisdom fo the old laughs 'best who .laughs for we have been quietly. laugh- at tire spasms ot indignation which have teen coming to us from all over the West about failure to get the populations properly. portion- id out to the many ambitious cities of great growing West. It won't -be difficult to explain wlftre the shortage in Canada's population .has disappeared to since the publication OuneiM of it fop 60o. DMI th. Work Quickly or Mon.y Refuni.d. r quick, poiitiTe reitultB, the 10 ounoM syrup fchiifc you make with a 50- I bottle of Pinex, oanuot be equalled. hold instantly and will ulualhr most obstinate deep-wAted cough of. 34 houra. -Even iping oough yield to U quickly. a user of Plnoi it with Btigitr syrup. Thfl gives you sixteen family better cough than you could buy ready- mijced Easily prepared in 5 Jlirecfcions in pfti'kage. soothes and heals the Inflamed Bbranog with "remarkable rapidity. Emulates tbe appetite, IB slightly I. and taites. tt. boumfluws, asthma, broh- p, and other throat troubles, and haa record ID cascfl of incipient trouble. HP The family can listen to the band of H. M.JCold.tream .MW> Guards, of London; Soiua'i >Dand, HORN GRAM p -PHONKS Harry lauder and host of others. It brirtjl you the music of tit great compoMn, Ihe semUeUssics; the stunning marches and patriotic that make the blood tingle and the jump; the dear old-time melodic! that will forever, the latest popular' hitl >nd the rollicking minitrel fun. Double-sided VICTOR Records 90c. for the two. (Homlen Grmm-o-pbone) EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED BBWA1IE OF IMITATIONS Hear it to-day a) Ihe icared Viclor-Berluer Deatara. Berliner Gram-o-phone MONTKEAL WHEN THINKING OF XMAS GIFTS REMEMBER THE VICTROLA v" Come in at any time ahd inspect above mentioned Machines and Records for sale by Risch Piano Co. Dominion Block Phone 791 TROOPS TO ENFORCE. J THE BOXER AGREEMENT V" Sir James Fire in Ontario .m. compound White-Pine rich in guaiacol And other pine elements. Simply m if -with syrup or strained honey, in a tile Fernie figures; all liidlng in (he woods Juat back of Pehin and the sea. Jt was stated at the state department that rotiueat for 'the troops Wl not and it s ready for use. on the war department but botuw in the tT. S. and CimaUa fchAn cough remedy. Kex HAS of toil been 1m tod, bat never for nothing will produoe results. The genuine is ANOTHER HONORS HO give afaeolulo iwtisfnction or Nov. A. A. Nov. Dr. G. H. Gcrtificolo of guarantee JI. P. P., was again Canada, has been ignored by inar or will _plwlljr get It for you. If lend to Tbe Pinex Toronto, Muukoka Cousorvatives .for of Oxford wilh th-e doffree nf 11. O. PIANOS prices we are now quoting on. a few .'shop- worn and second hand pianos we have in stock 1 Cabinet Grand, niah.otrn.nv r.nsn 1 Studio, ease, a. snap at High. walnut case 1 Steinbucli Upright, walnut case, a! 1 Small jiiahogany case, new Circassian Mason Risuh. Damaged Case, Player Piano, mahogany case, a snap nhove mnntionfifl pianos nre in perfect condition and fully guaranteed hy us, and we will cxchanito them at any time on higher. priced or player [jianos. The pub'lic ia invited to inspect these pianos without Risch, F. E. McCAW, open evenings until 9 o'clock. Dominion PIANOS Nov. state department practically has decided to semi a regiment of troops 'from Manilla to Chin Wing Tao, u seaport China west, 250 miles from Pekln on the Gulf of Pechili. The purpose to perform an international duty under the "Bqxer traaiy In keeping open the line-of be- _ the. prpposeil creation of a minister and department nf power. He claim- ed that although Ihe government had made some mistakes, they 'were trif- ling ones, while not a single scandal j (Continued from front page) After foreshadowing Liberal grants to the province for immigration and good roads, which had heeu promised by lion. Mr. Borden at the suggestion of Sir James, the. premier spoke of could he charged the admin- i istralion after .seven years. Speaking of the new Liberal !eari- r, 'Kir ...James said 3 j would like lo welcome Mr. Row- RAILROADS CLAIMS ARE RIGHT Companies May pay for Elevation of Grain in Transit Washington, The stuBbornly-fought, contest over the ell; but I hanlly kt.ovv how to take ol" lllc commerce 1 him yet. He is Iiaileil as a great commission to prohibit railroads from moral reformer, whatever that means. to operators of clevatots Coin- Years ago when the preceding .ov- VnnsMtm for "clevalmg erain in criiment' was accused of many transit" was m.ally decided yester- proncr dealings, Mr. Rowell' was day, wlien Iho supreme court ol the foiin.1 ready (o defend it. When Statcs hcl" 'the .liquor men then the Ontario l'OSSBSSC'i tempei-ance allinncn ran hand in hand! A ilccislon was necessitated by tlie with the government. jjr. Howcll ran commission in issuing an order with tlicm too, nnd was not ashamed. I exercising this power and by the Sir .James added (hat Mr. Rowell, I United States circuit court lot wes- aftcr rending the premier's statement i Missouri -'subsequently holding and policy had said, "Me, toj niosi of it. The balance of Mr.. KQW- cll's manifesto. Sir -James charact.cr- ix.ed as THE BANK CLEARINGS The liank clearings for Loth- bridsv for Ihe ending noon today were as .compared witb for the corresponding week last year. EndiiriagQualit is assured In knivw, forks, spoons and serving pieces if they' are This brand, known i Stiver Plate that Wean" in beautiful designs, is made i the heaviest plaic, It lias been renowned j for Over 60 hr :.order void becausn beyond tlie au- thority of the commission to issue. The Union Pacific and other rail- roiids, eastern terminals at Missouri river cities, contended that unless they were permitted to pay for the elevation of grain in transit they would he driven out oi the busi- ness by the rompetition of roads that not terminate at Missouri river cities. A RailromlK with western terminals ihcsu cilies put in a similar ciwn- while the elevator men de- cliirefl that their businesH would he ruined1 by such an order. i On the other hand the railroads! running east and west of the Mis-) souri river, as well as St. Louis and other grain centers on the Mississip- pi rjvpr, favored the order. Tho supreme court hold that the or- der of the commission reducing the allowance for elevation to Ihe cost of the service, namely, three-fourths oi cent, should he allowed to stand. The court also allowed to stand thft Pcavy order of 1fl09, in so as it confined the allowance; to reshlppcd within. 10 days, WAS GIVEN TWO YEARS Port Arthur, Nov. Running, ex-bank clerk at Fort William, who pleaded guilty of robbing.the Royal liank of October 25, was sen- tenced to two years in Moun- tain by Judge who at the same time made some caustic re- marks about tho charactfir of the Central Prison, Toronto, as a pjace to send youths of whom there was hope that they might reform. LIBS. LOSE TWO SEATS Halifax, Nov. (Con.) elected in Dlgb? by 465 majority, defeating- Wall (Lib.) In Lunenberg, Zwlckcr (Con.) Is elected by about jprMecu'Unff attorney 100 majority over Dnft (Lib.) JHobiwtt's pardon. A FULL LINE OF MID RECORDS Roberta's Book Store Phone New .Whitney Block TWO CENTS BUSHEL MEANS MONEY Winnipeg, Nov. well known member of the grain'exchange pod a oar of wheat to Minneapolis this week, and'after paying 53GO duty, at Neche. was abte to give the t'amers two cijnU a bushel more than if oblp- pod to ROBUETT PARDONED V' BY THE Washington, Nov. Taft Tuesday pardoned Robuett, former iwokKeeper clerk the bank, of Idaho, convicted of the funds and Mtntencftd. to ten years' Imprisonment. He has hot served any of the sentence. Through Kobuett'a voluntary contoiaion the Kovernment entfbled, it is to convict William F. former president, and George H. Ken- rer, former cashier of thfe bank. The recommended Grows hair and can prove it we Hair Becomes Soft, Lus- trous and Beautiful Immediately After a Danderine Hair Cleanse Get a 25 Cent Bottte Sow and Forever Stop'Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff A little Dtnderinc now will immediately the beauty of your No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, jiwtiuoiitefi a'cloth with Dunderine and carefully draw it through your hiir taking' one small strand al a time. The effect ii immediate and your hair will be lijfhl, fluffy and wavy and have an appearance of abun- dance; an incomparable lustre, aoftneil and luxu- riance, the beauty and alii m me r of true hair health, Try as you will after an application of Dinderine, you cannot find a iingle trice of dandniK or a or falling hair and your acalp will iiot itch, but what will please you tnoit will be after a few weelc'i use when you will actually ice new hair, fine and downy at but reilly new iprouting all ovtr the scalp. Danderine is lo the hair what fresh ihowers ot and lunihine ate to vegetation. It goei right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them, ttt lift- producing properties cause the hair to abun- dantly long, strong and beautiful. Get a 25 cent feoitle of Knowjton's Danderhu from any drue store or toilet counter and prove to yourself that your hiir ii at pretty ioft as that it has been Deflected or injured by carcleis you liirely km beautiful hair and lots of it, if you will J tiy a litilt DamleriM. Mil nvprtH awtiu you.