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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 LKTJimUDGi: DAILY v Thursday, November 17 CHADWICK IS DISAPPOINTED up! Yon too! Before you fet in chape for the drink a gUrn of flAGlj AMiSTOMACH DISTRESS u" IS ENDED FOR EVER Asks Further lul'orma-j l tiou About Gases the Police Have I THE ROYAL GEORGE R. B. Ciiadwick of ihe depart MH ot neglected and delinquent chil-) Jdreu, writing the two f whom IS PRACTICALLY i for'trial .UNCHANGED haulr, says [that the jm trouble was in trouble again. .j 'I had to discharge her from the Chil-' t his .1 I'OlHlSed 181011 Ol tlie area's he says, "for she i rho r-mil.-l dpil Australian Tariff not Carried Out Dyspepsia.Heartburn, Gas or Indigestion vanish in Five Minutes Take your sour, stonv maybe you call it Indigestion, [Dyspepsia. Gastritis or Catarrh of 'Stomach; it doesn't your THE SWORN ENEMY OF ENGLAND WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE j P. Sharpe, wireless rvperatov oi> ihe j Star liner at s-ea uventv-i'our hours out Recipe for 16 Ounces of Cough Syrup No Better Remedy at any Price. Fully Guarantwd. the num up uc- man had jis Tood souring; become J1 j there is lack of gastric juice; your food j Conservative associations at Nott ing- is only hall digested, and you become ham this morning, denounced the gov- ernment, as handing over the rule of the couiury to "The Sworn Enemy of England who, with the gold of for- j sending- her to Portage la Prairie. she; i iisviag beeu under the care oi' the de- Melbourne. Nov. Hon. Frank G. partment for some time and proved, Tudor. Minister of Trades and Cus- j herself a. failure in a foster borne, l! toms, introduced in the federal parlia- 1 do not know anything about the meat a tariff schedule anom- j girl and will be gratified if you wili i fill m and return to me the inclosed aiies which have been found Wsloiy form partlculars ient by departmental officers, bur [VI0ENCEWAS CONTRADICTORY her. It .would be too bad if the men; tically leaving untouched the promised-hi the case are discharged if there is; tPneral revision of the "Vewiany foundation at all for the charge; 4 m cut: id.i.u.. !conuiiued yes.erdav aueriioon at-the i duties alter fifty items, including pro- Jaw them. be.-0i-e Justice o' thovPcace! increases on several classes "I am much disappointed in the i i bowels, tenderness in the pit of stom- iach, bad mste in mouth, oonstipacion, ia limbs, sleeplessness, belching or gas. biliousness, sick headache, j nervousness, dizziness or many other similar symptoms. If your appetite is i'ickle and noth- ing; tempts you. or you belch gas, or tif you feel bloated after eating, or your food lies like a lump of lead on l yOUl" Sf.OlllIiftt'i vrvn i'yr> mate "1111 i-mi- cigu millionaires aspires to dictate our destinies." _ t your stomach, you can make up your The Thomas Lizll assault case at the bottom of. al! this lere s one fermentation of. paper and boxes. [nrst girl. "We had rather, anticipated J. 0. Wilson and C. H. West. Evidence -.1 t .lor ihe defence heard which dirsci wIU endorse ihe entire j'hat matters won u-improve wuh her; b tfven bv lfie trirhii, a feu- day.. ;and that she would be mamed m thej grates 'were un- irinvca innfhiiv -nroAt fxvn tri i i a BANK CLEARING! ARE STILL HIGH {coarse of another -week or two to j young man to whom, she engaged Jin'Calgary. I would be grateful for i any further information in tkis case jyou can give and your 'recommends.- inons as to the. advisability of sending sable to make a decision on the evi- dence given so adjourned until two o'clock today in order to get the 'evi- I dence ol two other' witnesses. The case was this afternoon ed 'Until' 2 tomorrow. L. M. line' Johruiioiu.- appeared on behalf of t-ht- Both girls are at present look-; sjx accused of the assault. Yes- t ._______ ed after by the Salvation Army officers terday the men were without legal -j-aere. i advice. ,-The Clearing House fig- ures for tbe vresk ending this morning! the remarkably high'level! set by last Treek. which were 5173.475 j nxsher tnazr any previous 'opening of a new Scandinavia Started. iniS ______ ._ !n-nrl -A Finland whoi yourself in five minutes your stomach is as good as any; that i here is nothing really wron Stop this .fermentation and begin eat- ing what you wauL -without fear of-dis- comt'on or misery. Almost instant relief is waiting for IN SEARCH OF MBSINGBOAT .Selkirk, Man., Xov. of the Northern :Fish Com- pany, stated tins morning that the company had sent "a party to locate.the missing steamer Wolverine. The party v.-ill drive from Gimli to ?tlake a plain syrup by mixing cups of granulated sugar and one of warm water and stir for two -miu-j utefi. Put 2Va ounces of pure Pinexl (fifty cents' worth) in a 15 oz. and fill it up with the Sugar Syrup.? This gives you a family- supply of thtl "best cough syrup at a sai'ine of It.never spoils. Take a teaspoonfu" every one, two cr three hours. The effectiveness of this remedy is surprising. It seems take hold instantly, and i stop the most obstinate cough in 24 hours. It tones up the jaded appe- tite and is just laxative enough to helpful in a cough, and has a pleas- uu c, six wceKs' tour of the south. MS taste. Also excellent for bfon- Senator J P B address- trouble, throat tickle, tore tire Torot-to Canadfan Club, says! and asthma, and an unequalled rem- edy for whooping cough. This-recipe for making -couth, rem- edy .with Pinei aid Sugar Synip (or the- Hudson's Bay route can never su- percede that of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence. river. Stewart's pool room at Saskatoon last strained honey) is a. prime.. in thousands of homes in United States and Canada. The plan hat trict are holdin that city.. a- big convention ia partiallv destroved by fire night. Loss 52.000.00. t Howard Douqlas Alberta supenn- been imitated, though never supeeia- teiidenl of parks, is endeavoring to j jhavc the- American government allow t-hc bufialo hunt in Montana to con- tinue. Father threo other Jesuits arc uoiv in having fleci rom the Republic p'f Portugal. Grain growers of t-hc dis- concentrated compound of :N white pine extract, and. is rich ia guiaicol and all the. natural healiiig pine elements. Other prepariitiona not work m this recipe. A guarantee of absolute ia.tiBfActiou, or money promptly refuided, goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex or will get it for you. If not, Tnhn "T-Tamiltnn Po-vrl hum- Jticex UJ wlu IL AU1 iL JQUt' ?n I to Tie Knex Co, Toroato. Oit ed to death- in Winnipeg last night in sa .ss cate Hie; boai irom there. ftJr owners do. not think .she- has foundered and i house 011 Portage avenue. as a tool i ticns are putting on the southern play you. It is merely a matter vbu soon you take a..little Diapepsrn. on DEBATING ASSETS M.IGHT.Y-SLIM Montreal THree cents TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS j ur. j. in a lecture before tne .Montreal Canadian Club, tinted a LEAGUE SCHEDULE the house figures are they wex-e et for their money. A. meeting a aew when The Hudson's Letkbridge Opens stations. Fisheries Inspector Young says it -is' impossible to act on in- structions irom Otta'.va to 'send the Lady of the- Lake m search of iho missing boat, as the lake is entirely ice hound- lot inspectors who were appointed by route ls aa fact. Calgai'y AA'lth .'the i che court to TUIL a fine tooth comb fcusene My. tee aviator. ni 'aTCurtiss'bipiane from the deck i X.-iii. SMMsGun stops c-cnijihs. cures colds, heals :iHe throct and lungs 23 cents. of finance left behind him in his flight, met this afternoon to draw up a special report. IT Trill be raiiie'r' pessimistic. of an. American cruiser across the lower end o: Citesaneaive lauding OR me shore opposite Fort Get First Choice Of tmas Waists The ym.i.s stock is here. It's We can truthfully say the collection of styles and materials cannot be improved on. The "Helei.a" Waists are fashion, then again prices are moderate. "Helena" Silk Waists op to 'Helena" Persian and Chiffon Waists qp to 'Helena" Lace Net Waists tip to Rajah Silk Waists and Also The Cheaper Lines Are Here New Vesting Waists at and Wool Taffetta Waists at and Yeloor Flannel Waists at 75c up to Calgary, Xov. Bennett torica-1 .be competed for by five debating- 'in the province this year, two from this citv, the V.H.C. and the Y.M.C.A., and clubs erout ths following places. Lethbrid-jcc, Hij.h and Medicine Hat. schedule-.-has been and .will open on Decj.9, when, the Y.M.C. jepresenta.tives will debate a.t .Mcii- Hat and Lethbridge at- the V.Iu. I C. A. here. The debates r-onclude en 3Iarch 10. I The Bennet-t trophy Tvas noaPted jlast year. While the" provincial so-' j ciety not altogether .successful, 'last it is expected that GUI ing. the corning winter competition ard in- terest will be keen. The. club >vinr.uio; the trophy three years ia succession are the permanent holders. The local associations will make every '..iTorl- to bring the cup emblematic of the best public speaking and debating to i-his city. The schedule has been arranged as follows Dec. 9, at Hat- and Lethbridge at "Y.M.C.A.; I (Jan. Y6, High at .and Medicine Hat at Leihbridge; 20, Medicine- t High River and Y. M.C.A. at Y.M.C.': Jan. 27, Y.M.C.A. {at High River and Y.M.C. at Leth- ibridge7 Feb. 3, Medicine -Hat zi Y.-NI. C.A. and Hiph at Lethbridge; Feb. .10, Lethbridsje at Y.Al.C. JM.C.A. at High Paver; -Feo. ]7. Leth- tore bein bridge at High River and Medlciric jl'at at Y.M.C.': Feb. -14, at Y.M.C.A. and High River at "ucditinc IHat: March Y3LC- at Mif-h Y-M.C.A. at Lethbndqe: ?-T.Trch {i'JO. Lethbridge at Mr'ii'rine H.iL and -DEBATE ON SPEECH TO START NEXT WEEK Ottawa, v.-as agi-eed befween the whips this morning- that the debate on the_address. froGi-. tho- vill not be proceeded frith this vreek. This means that after the formal proceedings toduy' the house ivill adjourn until, Monday, when Hal Mc- CiLvern, of Ottawa, -will move the address. JE. Lapointe. of Kamouraska, second it, and speeches will follow by the leaders on both sides. The Michigan -Central is biamed tor "Alajbama" for Saturda3r. evening a railway wreck at Kalamazco on Ttle cast includes a number erf well local people: Mrs. Zina Cord j in- which seven persona were C. Bruco McDougalL publisher of as the leading lady, :Wil- Windsor Hotel, Sydney, niahtv N. S., last J-H- o l.r 4 the Moncton, N.B. Vindicator, was Mi-s. Vergie Jordan. Miss Emily killed -by fallinp; downstairs in the i Caidwell -among the ladies, .ana H. D. Brown, S. M. Woolf, A.. L. Smith; Mil- ton -Woolf, J. Perry Jordan, etc. among the gentlemen. A good entertainment LETHBRIDGE CHORAL ,CLUB The councils of Svrassburg: and Bal- MAKKETS Winnipeg "Wheat Winnipeg, Man.. Nov. Xov, op- ened 93 closed Dec. opened closed 92i; May closed Cash close, No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor., No. 2 White Oats NO- 1 Flax 2.19. Union Yards Needed Winnipeg, Nov. 17. Interviewed to- day, the assistant to Vice-President F. W. Peters more than hinted tnat the present congestion of the C. if. R. stockyards is occasioned by the delay in establishing union stock yards in St Boniface, for want of which the C. P. R. was obliged to ac- commodate shipments over the C. N. R, and other rail-ways, all having to iu...v have been compelled by man-, damns to give first .a-nd second read- ls assurefl. ings" to the -local option bylaws. JUajor M.P. for North was today offered the posi- j tion of Conservative iv'aip' for Ontar- io, by Mr..Borden. and accepted. He The Lethbridge Choral Club, under is a brother of Sharpe, the Conserva- tive member for_Lisgar.__4VlaTi- Laurier, Sir E. Tasch- Sir tht direction of Mr. is; doing -wbTKT "'Among the selection of choruses are the -fol- eieau. Sir Richard Cartmght, Sir BaWrai'i Wave." "The pSt ?sf SiSft meeting of. the Imperial privy council' ic.' "Scots Hae.' "Bonnie Dooh." at London to-discuss matters pertain- "Baliad -of the Camperdown." etc. ing to the House of Lords. They are others will be added. At the last the Canadian privy councillors, but- practice on Thursday evening, it don visit India a coronation Durbar, at Delhi. January i. 1912. A. WayTnah, late-of 'the Youai .tag Thomas Soap Company, of Regina, is to meet the government to set the in- corporation of a. company. CARDSTON NEWS Cardston, Nov. fine fall weather is proving a. boon to the con- tractors that is evidently appreciated. A number of new residences are going up rapidly. N That of Leigh B. Young is looming up large on Lyman street, just west of C. E. Evans' corner. It will be two storeys with eight rooms and all em conveniences. j D. S. Beach's new residence in the] Barker Addition to the southwest is jM something of a departure from the or- iug made to have the practice hail warm and comforta-blc in every so that those whojmay have, been dis- posed, to stay away on Ibis account, snould come right along. The on "The3Tessiah" will be tafeen up im- mediately following the concert. Practice is held every Thursday ev- ening (.to-night) at S o'clock, in St. Augustin's Eall. 'Former members and all interested in choral -work are most urgently invited to attend. be watered and fed by the C. P. R. be-1 dinary frame building. It is a very shipped east. Winnipeg Live Stock commodious 'building and nas a shingle I'mish for the entire exterior. Lots in tile vicinity are going some sines this Man.. Xov. i building started. The latest cons true- of the first 150 miles, from at- the stock yards this morning in- tion firm, the Cardston Building eluded the following 1615 cattle, r which the dozen in fair quantities in 5pitc of the de- clining'market. Saies of choice hogs are reported to have been made at off cars.. BURNED TO DEATH Tall, Sask.. Xov. Taitkin, G. T. agent and Arthur Gumming, aged twenty, .were found burned to death m a car used as a depot here, when the regular passenger train yesterday. If your bedstead has the "Ideal" Guar- antee on toe footrail, you have bought wisely. For "Ideal" Meul beds are to satisfy, not merely to sell. You cannot ihr difference be- tween occ metal bed and except in externals. JCor need see. if you look for the "IdMl" Guar- Aniec. It is put en beds you can safely buy -with eyes shut. Lotrn before yea buy another tnt. Trtl ci to you Philawphv of tot Aikfdr BooUitKo... X IDEAL BCDDfNQ sing nicely as the concrete i nevsr disappointed them. Sold work for cellar and heating plant is; by all completed, and the cement block _ ment is being: laid. This will be onej of Cardszon's best homes when com- pleted. The work -on the Alberta, stake tab- ernacle is proceeding apace. The stone coping: or water table is just completed and brick laying commen- ces this week. A big force of masons are -being put On so as to push this part of the work as rapidly as possi- ble. New Post "Offices Hill City, the latest village to ap- pear on the prairies in this district, is 'building up rapidly. They are soon to have a post office established. Glenwood, the town of fine residen- ces, is growing in numbers. Many families are moving in for i.ue winter as- here they have an excellent school with a. structure affording four fine class rooms. The post office here will established at the same time as lhat of Hill City, as they will be on the same mail route. A New Drug Firm The latest business venture is the establishment of another drug store "The Cardston Pharmacy." Mr. Pick- up is in charge and his close Attention to business and weli known reliability will doubtless bring plenty of patrons. 'Success to the new firm! Home Dramatic Efforts The young ladies' and the young men's Mutual Jixiprovenienv, Associa- A BARGAIN Lots in Calgary For Sale Lots 1 to 4 Inclusive Block 13. Township 24, Bange 1. West ot-Ji Meridian S200 Each. Apply Box 451 Lethbridge ;