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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta in-day, iV JM2. THE 1) A H.Y HERALD DRINKING MEN CURED OF THE HABIT BY THE NEAL THREE-DAY TREATMENT Kvm-y drinking man, In his sober moments, realizes the handi- cap under which ho IK placed by his periodical lapses from sobriety. The man who moderately or the one who drinku to ex- cess, are both slaves to tho habit, and from experience have learned that It Is Impossible to stop drinking without assistance. The poison Is in their system, and the craving for alcoholic stimulants nliisfbo-aatlsliod. Their business suffers, their social standing is impaired and steadily diminishes. Tho Xeal Treatment conquers the drink habit effectively and effect a cure hi three day's time. Tho Neal Treatment consists of a purely Vegetable medicine taken internally and does not include hypodermic Injections. Tho Neal Treatment removes every trace of alcoholic poison from tho system, It clears the brain, steadies (lie nerves and res- tores the body to a normal healthy condition. this is done In three day's time and tho patient leaves tho Institute with all craving .for alcoholic stimulants banished. No drinking man can afford to miss this great you can bo cured practically without loss of time and places you on an equal basis with your keen minded competitors in business life. Write today for full particulars. Correspondence- strictly confidential. Address The Neal Institute Co., Ltd., 820 Thirteenth Aye. West, Calgary, Alberta. Macleod Bank Case Will Close Todav CITY CIRCULATION AGENT OF Lending Montreal Daily Endorses GIN PILLS Sale of City Bonds (Continued from front should 'be commended for trying to get that price and that they failed withdrawn from the jur7 He placed was due altogether to the condition his plea on three grounds. (Continued from front out of tiie but everything ha been itemized. propcrt in Vancouver and Calgary and [urn land in I.loydminster hail icon taken over by tin: bank. Mr. Allen Kxan.'im-d Sir. Allen, manager of the Hank o Commerce at Jlacluod, next went in- to the witness-box, and explained to the jury the system of cash book anil supplementary. Mis Lordship did not consider lira testimony relevant because the rou- tine of another bank had nothing to do with that of the Northern Crown Dank. As witness' knowledge was only confined to the Hank of Com- merce methods he could not be con- sidered an expert. Cross-examined, lie could not say if any other hank in Macleod other tflan the Northern Crown comtined the offices of accountant and teller. This closed the case for the tifis. Argument foe Withdrawal Sir. Woods after intimating that no witnesses would he called, addressed the court stating reasons, and ijuot-l authorities, why case should he -u, mag years 01 o( Hie markets and this city fared ufferiug from quite same as all others. Cidney Many exai...ilo.. coulf! be quoted of o boxes of 01N other cities beilig hampered at the !bauks through'Inability to 1- That no evidence of alleged regli- 2. If was quell evidence il a'- mere scintilla Evidence of plaintiffs went to Ag of La Patrie, of Montreal. He describes it feelingly Montreal, May 3rd, 1912 ma Lordship, however, directed I I hat is true, but they were ten year J that thc case should E0 on -ind Mr bonds, and in view of the saving of Clarke proceeded to address Ie iun discount in the short term issue the H CHrkn K n V n IcJty got a little more for the bonds. lai -K' C-' M- At the time Wood-Gundy Co. took iiiuj. olu, jyl 1 nave been suffering from Kidney i .....--------------1 Trouble for .over Eve long years. I i in option on the 30 year issue at 91, MISE E. A. GOODALL EDMONTON, Nov. soth. igir 'I have been a sufferer since baby- lood from that terrible complaint, Constipation. I have been treated by >hydcans, and have taken every nedicine I beard of, but without the slightest benefit. I finally concluded that there was no remedy in the world that could cure Constipation. About this time, I beard about "I-rnit- a-tives" and decided to try them. The effect marvellous. The first box gave me great rel itf, and after I had used a few boxes, I found that I -was entirely well. "FruiC-a-tives" is the only medicine tbat ever did me any good and I want to say to all who suffer as 1 this fruit medicine and you will find__ as I perfect cure" (Jfiss) E. A. COODAT.L V7ruit-a-tivcs" is the osrly in the made of fruit and one tllat will positively and completely cure you of Consiipuficil." 5oc. a box, 6 for irja] sjZC( 25Ci At all dealers or sent on receipt of price SAYS GRAVE INJUSTICE WAS DONE NEWSPAPER LADY WHO ATTENDED THE CONGRESS in- Fruit-a-tives Limited. Ottawa. This was not a case against defcnd- liad also Rheumatism in all my bones but at the expiration of the month is "ot charged with an intentional', --------m breach cf for that would have manager in one how ccftld he tc ex and muscles, could uot sleep u on occasions could tbe market kept getting worse and i they relinquished the option. The lad been treated by some of our best t i n L n_ .ysiciaus but without relief and I lost to ScU at tho "rice walk, es Physicians but without relief and I lost over fifteen pounds. One day I met one of our leading botelkcepers, who had. bet- k PILLS, So as the ten year issue but nobody would buy, and it is difficult to see iccn criranal. He had neglected dut- Pected to check his own work V ics which if properly discharged, no Counsel's hits created much amusc- loss would have accrued to the lank, ment in the court, and he had not Die bank is a corporation whose husi- completed his address when court ad ness had to be carried on by officials, journed. Mr. C. P. P. Conybeare, K.C., was angry today at the publication of a story in which ho says his family was held up to ridicule. It was the story of the alleged ex- iloits of a newspaper lady, who at- ended the Dry-farming Congress. -Mr. Conybeare says the story was a 'tissue of falsehoods" from begin ing to end. He will try and get tl ady to return and prosecute the p 'or. Mr. Conybeare says the lad vent by the name of Miss Drownin nd that she was a guest at his nous y request of a Dry-Farming Cougres fficial. She never went by any othe ame, although she had stated one lat she was the widow of a Prenc ount by title Count du Saplea. Sh uade no claim to recognition as such nd -worked at her journalistic em loyment as Miss Browning. Tha ie was correspondent for tile Queen ie noted society paper, Mr. Cony cares testifies to, for he mailed let TS for her addressed to that paper id also cashed a cheque for her om the Queen. Consequently the dieuling of her pretensions to re eaenting that-paper was malicious, s to her arriving home In taxis and autos, llr.; Conybeare also states tbat absolute lie, as also the story tb'a'PsIie contracted accounts at the drug stores 'in 'firs naile: The whole story was "lurid, THE BODY-BUILDER. Its virtues are that it comprises all the valuable elements of beef- VCry aud That it assists the digestion and absorption of ordinary food. Worsted at Every Position, the Moslem Army is Utterly Routed Scenes to Correspondent's Mind Recalled Ninth Circle of Dante's Inferno erous, malicious and a menace to th home." according to Mr. Conybear and be proposes to see tbat a "retra tion is forthcoming. .The yarn tin she didn't attend the meetings of th women's farm congress was also un true, as she was elected chairman o one of the sections. Hundred Dollars for notbiug when two boxes of GIN PILLS cured me EUGENE QUESNEL. GIN PILLS are gaining a world-wide most obstinate cases of Rheumatism all kinds of Kidney Trouble. 50C. a (MI, 6 for Sample free if you write National Drug and Chemical gotiate. no possibility of marketing them at the price. tlionty to act as a check on tellers. During the time the bonds wercun-l cn alone are "ot rcrn..ir.cd to der option Stimson's olfcred 90-J Lon- ,nccess.ity .of a teller not to cash, the part [en at least a half per cent., council was uot in a position to iie-j te l10 nrst bad been discovered by Co. of Cauada, limited, Toronto. This week an offer of was re- ceived and in view of the lack ot promise in thc market and the'need of the money the council sold and tiie council feel that they did the right thing under the circumstances. The critic in ignorance claims that' ...i, the bonds should he sold and the careful checking, thc hank would have been saved all subsequent losses. in all rules of life the transgression of some would not have disastrot's results, and the same applied to the rules of the green book. But the breaking Of certain green hook reeula-, lions had vital results on the tank, that in which it Was stated LA FEITS THE t'HOTOGRAPHEl, GUILTY OF RASH ACT- QUARRELED WITH WIFE Insanely jealous of his wife, whom believed to be Straying him, S. Lethbridge is I '-i- entertaining a visitor who arrii... hero first in 1891. Alt. Urown, Grand .Master of thc Odd- fellows Grand Lodge of Alberta is here paying an official visit to the last week offered iiiiu HUMUS siiuiuu ue sold and the -HHV.H IL stated' T "-mjins nun, n. money in the bank before the work thc mallascr should check- the e.lts' for Past four., or five is undertaken. The law provides that i aml supplementary book has been in Lethbridge, ei himself or with the accountant. j saged in the photographic businr K' SCULP WILL MAKE A FIGHT AT THE AM ERICAN FEDERATION OF LA- BOR CONVENTION local improvements must be complet- before the bonds are sold so that i then went on to review the! "'S to commit sui evidence just where the council could overlook showing cases where Man-1 the law was not explained. I ;'Scr Douglas had been negligent The Wood-Gundy people who bought Wlicre Ulc initials should have beeii e o a small issue. at 91 some time ago on- tllat of Douglas there were those oi tllre lllrents about trouble lie Kllkh ys a Bingham. The methods used by Uing- i for -Alrs. LaPeits if she did no 1 the police sta wllere lle had tcu oa-rlier, because three local lodges of the order, and reliable indication of the condi- lmm woulli have been discovered uvi at "is side. after visiting the of his early tion of lho markot fot municipal is ---------v' visit to this city l as loud in his LV 1111.1 LilLI J I v, ilS 1UU11 111 JUS J praises of the growth of Lethbridge ?iust bc remembered that "Lethbridge is keeping pace with ?ther city fared better than Lcth- tho he said. "It looks like a city now, and J do not think there is the least doubt about its future. I came in first on tin: narrow guage railway when this was merely a vil- -H lage, and while I have visited here several limes since, I am convinced by this visit that Lethbridjic is houniLto one of tlic best cities in Western Canada." Douglas in the right performance ot- Tlle near tragedy hapnened about jhis daily routine. Thc simplest dut-1 ten "'clock shortly after "LaFcits had been left undone, theie-: ljoon Placed in the cell. He had made mam LCHI- ,rc' P'aiiitilis had a right to make a a out of the bed clothes and was unable to sell lf "ougias felt he was found by Constable Bowler in it any price and had to borrow two hy having one man comhining charge of the desk, was hangra- unions from the Bank Of Montreal offices of accmmlant and teller, ponded by the neck, blue in t lie" face but: anil breathing heavily. Had he not b" ge' on treasury notes. The mayor, of Toronto, it will be -mcmhered, went personally to Lon- don and was unable to sell at 02 in August last. One of the coast cities last week had to renew two millions of trea- sury notes at heavy interest, so ser- had a right to a complaint, had made none. the 'irlinn f Tl I the The inference that he was not able to stand animation. r. J. Nolan, K. C. for ten minutes long- is every reason to believe i extinct, but! Rochester, N.Y., Nov. fight against the administration ot Presi dent Oompers, or the American Fed oration of Labor, is to be taken up next week by the Socialist delegates to thc convention In this city. The delegates of the radical wing umber SI, according to J. M. Barnes. This group constitutes less than one- fourth of the delegates, but the Soc- ialists claim that many will come un- der their banner when the fight opens. The Atlanta convention of" the Fed- eration adopted a resolution favoring referendum method of election, pro- vided it was upon investigation by the officers, thought to be practical. Tile London, Nov. It la be loved is only a matter of days. It i announced at Constantinople that a armistice was signed yesterday bu this probably is premature. The Bu government representing th Balkan allies is willing lo assent to a rmstice as a preiininary to peae nly on the condition that Adrianopl cutari and Mouastir be evacuated bj he Turks and that a pledge be give by the Porto tllat no reinforcement be sent to tbe Tahalaja lines. A' report that Austria has decided hat Servia shall have an outlet ie Adriatic has caused the press "ie capital of the great powers to !n peace anthems. Still order that peace shall be enduring, ".'lr armies of the allies con- tinue their giorious work of driving the Turk's out Reports eome fim.1 many quarters that Adrlanople, tremendous, siege, has fallen and there has been uelther wireless nor'telegraphic communication with the city since Wednesday the of ts capture are accredited here. Meanwhile the flrst and third Hi1'- ;arlan armies are assaulting the posr ions at the Tchatalja with tho re- loubled fury. According to a despatch rom Lieut. Wegner, the correspoud- nt of the Vienna Reiehspost, at Bul- garian army headquarters, the fighting round tlio Turkish main positions, vhich has lasted three of lie most sanguinary character. The first army is In action around he position's north of Chekmedjo lake s far as Nnkkaskeui and the till rd is dvancing on tho line c-f Dekoga, the ommanding position at Jaskoren. The Turks are lighting with greater ubborness but their power ot resist- ice is weakening, acording to reports rom Sofia. The Bulgarians have suc- eeded in penertatiug the centre Tchatalja lines and occupying Hademkeui, 21 miles from Constant in- ople. Panic Stricken Mob ruartin Donohue, corespondent, of the Daily Chronicle with the Turlds army adds his evidence to the assei Tchorlu and Rodosto lines off from communication. "The enemys' cavalry crept nearer last Friday, and the mounted troops made a daring raid and surprised and captured the Turkish cavalry bat- racks on the hill north west of Rodoa- to, driving the Turks outposts out: "The defenders of the town weie chiefly composed of the remnants of the Third regiments which are so ter- ribly cut up at Lule Burgas. WESTERNERS SEEK DIVORCE Ottawa, Nov. of two ap. pointments for divorce apueared in the Canada Gazette. Robert L. Simp- son, real estate agent, of Saskatoon, seeks a divorce from his Aaita Ml Simnson, of Prince Albert, and Charles A. Flower, of Winnipeg, is asking a divorce from his wife, Vio- ent Ruth Flower, formerly of Winni- peg, but now of Estevan, Sask. report of file executive council, that thc Ottoman army is only en earlier this week, contained a re- stricken mob by telogiapbin lerence to the officers' Fifty-two national and interna- tional unions affiliated with the Fed- eration had declared against the pro- posal, and twenty-three unions favor- ed it. from Constantinople. "There is scarcely any more figli left in the Turks. The end of th war may come any moment. The Bui garians are close on the capital. Thc Turks' positions at Tchatalja are be i -.u...o ai iciiitLuija lire ue Tho Socialists assert that the offi-i'ns evacutcd one by one, the hope o cers of the Federation, including Pre- sident Gompers are opposed, to elec- referendum, and that if the Gompcrs and his assistants would be If f.cthhridgc were able to work 'cantionarv m magic at thc hanks and hold the bank to sav minds until thc market Improves in had followed the indprmite future, it is posMhle could li-w- was under tho circumstances it took but ai nla-' is adopted the defeat of President ex-1 short time to revive him, and dur- Gompers and his aspiFf.-inta ing tlic remainder of tbe night he made no more trouble. :e-i been going on for some time, and a; A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE them no dci n possible, and I rooms in tlio Pulacse Rooming house' jon Fourlh avenue South, ami. whiloi M1 I'rince Rupert, Nov. Indian maid, living at -Masset, was blown out a fol'rteen-footdug-out dur. a great defense being given up there as the uselessnc'ss of sacrificing lives, is recognized. "Rodosto has fallen. 1 am now made at as liigli a price' nt present. Tim members of the council fed wifnrss-l.ov cS vi- nnancia, stake the rides under ,he Io his wife SCC her, and thc lad. g a terrific gale, which blew off Queen Charlotte Islands this week. After a terrible experience, witli the wind blowing sixty miles an hour, the girl managed 10 make Naden Harbor, thirty miles away, having covered tho distance in Jess than iliree hours.'Her was marvellous. able to give a full account, of this lat- est blow to Turkish military prestige. The allies have now a secure footing on the sea of .Marmora, which if the war is to be continued will be an im- portant strategic point. "When they finally evacuated Chort- 11 the Turks left a small cavalry force to watch the enemy's main force con- centrating around I.ule liurgas. Some days ago, the Bulgarians, reinforced by the Servians, commenced to show signs of activity. They occupied Tchorlu and th-? eminences in the country north of Rorosto between Mnr- adli, and Tchorln ultimately seizing i village of Karevit and cutting the G.F.STEPHENS S-CQ PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS WINNIPEG.CANADA Hayr Hardware Local Agents Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and phompt service. flifi 1Mb We ;mj profitnlilc employ- ...Jilt m your own Inwn :inil siirroiiridinc tcrriiorv time In worth from S2.no tu S1O lu us, and we will von a sjuisfac i? tnal, could'have been iliad lor examinat'on for dii-coverv if "co thousht ii best to lock him un plaintiff's solicitors had so "'nt" ho his senses. Hut this they did not do. 'j LaFeils has soulh-srii Wood t oiiiisol lor tin- plaintiffs had said tlis vclns. and when ho became SUE- '-I'liat if the lirsl. defalcations had teen l'loimis of bis wife, he could hot rest, discovered further losses to Ihc bank aml is that.he had become so up over his troubles, rt-al WINSTON LIMITED Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Slone Works SIMPSOM AND NEEDS, Props Importers of Scotch Gr.ii-.ite 8lh St. S.. near :inl Ave, YOU WILL liENEFIT EV GETTING OUH PKlCc.il to Barnes Coal Mim Mine Knn of (lie (on or ntrloiid lots. 'HOME C. O. Q. t would have if SQ why was the manat'r.r of the tal-a'rv aml imaginary, that he was almost hi hank, where it had hccn made, not been picked upon instead of He was ciia-rpcd this morning will- It he could do what he did at 'Cal- wilfully doing damage to property lv S11KJ als" 'iiiomptlng suicide. He I) Hingliam must have tlmught it pleaded no: gullly to tho first charge qmilt >n a and on the representations of his conn lint, H A. J. JlcOougall, both eases nil i manager should B0; ,vero enlargod until Monday, all Hiiomch items m supplementary'- cnsli hnok, disintpgratc encli one, i-lli'l: hniiEiiif; all down to first principles then rmm.slruct them. In (.hi- absence of Ihc manaiicr Bin- ahsTi hnm was manager, nmiiinlnnl, teller, in Hie words of the port men Milled into dm-." in ,..1SB Imw i-oiild tin- riilfs iliitin in tln- srceii hook is wllinvcd. As ti-ller and A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. ICdward Kniinntly, of Merid- ian, Conn., -10 years old, was ad- i-.Tfd hy hi.-r iih.vsician lo try Marlcll's remain Pills, she did with wonderful rdjiulls. Thous- of olhi.-rs -.-.onld (ii-y the siarao. jrars the at At NELSON, the "Venice of and District If wo can locate you in KOOTENAY yon will never leave that CLlMATli. It has boon said "Take care of five acres of FRUIT LAMJS for five years and it will take care of you for the rest of your life." We will demonstrate to you that with the ad- dition of Poultry and small fruits It will make ycu a profit after the first initial expense Is met. Let us show you.how to make se- cure a home in the most ideal GARDEN' SPOT and CLIMATE IN' OAXTADA. Our long experience and special work in hamlj, ing tracts of all sizes throughout this district oiUIUeo us to your consideration. We know, very thoroughly, almost every foot of available good fruit land. Wo place ourselves at your service. Write us. Tell us wiiat you wish, a.nd we will take the matter up with you, either by mail or personally( preferred.) NELSON i -J, HARRY E. DOUGLAS Uwx LETHBRIDGE Alia. ;