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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friiiay, November AGONY ON TgE LETHBKIDffE DAILY HERALD TABLE Did Not Remove Stone In Bladder GIN PILLS Passed It. "During August last, I went to Montreal to consult a specialists I had been Jering terribly with Stoue In The Bladder. He decided on ah operation and was assisted by another doctor. They said the calculus was larger than a Ueau and too_liard to crusL and they could not take it out. I -returned home greatlj ancTdid not know what. to. do recommended by a friend to try GIN 'PILLS. I bought a'box and'found relief from the pain at once. I took a second and a third bore of GIN PILLS, after which I went back to the specialist. He told me the calculus was reduced in size, still he could not relieve me of it although he tried for' two and c half hours. 'I returned home again and continued to take GIN PILLS, as they, reduced the pain very much, but "l did not expect that they would relieve me of tihe stone but to my great joy, .1 passed the stone on October aid am now a well man and very I am. sending the stone in to you so that you cau see for yourself what a {treat work-GIN PILLS did for me. GIN PILLS are the best-medicine in the world.and.because so much fcr me, I will recommend them all the rest of my Me." _: J- ALBERT XESSARD. What glorious news to those who are almost going insane from the pain of Stone- In- The -Bladder! Here is ease and'comiort! .Here is -relief I Here is a certain means of getting rid of the stone without being cut to pieces by the knives of- a surgeon. GIN PILLS dissolve Stone or Gravel in Kidneys or Bladde- because GIN PILLS are the greatest solvent for uric acid the world has ever known. If your trouble is like Mr. Lessard's, follow his example and take GIN T T f t- m. _ SIR CHARLES TUPPERONTHE CANADIAN NAVY It lg not quite a. year ago since Sir Charles Tapper, who acte as adviser general for the Conservative party in iuanada, wrote to R. L. Bon'en, the leader of the party in Canada, with re- rgard to the Canadian navy proposals. liis letter makes interesting reading in view of recent developments. It jsaid: The Mount, Bexley Heath, 20th Nov., 1D09." .My dear Mr. Bbrden, I have read with much interest the communication of the Canadian- cor- respondent to the Times on naval de- fence, in today's issue of that paper. I regard that question as more im- portant than any mere party issue, and am glad to .learn that you resolve to maintain the patriotic attitude o? the Conservative party assumed.. last session. .A few years ago when Can- ada was struggling to open up for Pilllf are collstiPa-ecl and National liver There 'is one. fault we all have: we repeat scandalous rumors too readily, i MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Broker's Grain and Produce by car, -lowest prices. P.. O. Box 2060 MAJESTIC THEATP4E BLDG. WHISKEY OR NOT WHISKEY Transferee. Draying promptly attended- to Hay.and grain for Phone 5S5. Office Opposite >1ethodist Church. i British, settlement the great granary of the world, a few gentlemen- here raised the Question of a Canadian; con- tribution to the Imperial navy, I "join- ed issue with them and was sustained by the press and public opinion. It admitted that Canada was not ;only no -burden to the Mother 'Coun- jtry but without her harbors and coal j mines, on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts England would require a larger navy. Contrast the progress of Can- ada. Australia and New Zealand under Imperial management, and since it was relinquished, and it will be seen to whom their present, importance is due. Jn an evil hour 'for the British Em- pire Cobaenism was allowed to sweep away the protection policy which had mistress of the manu- GAS. INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA GO Makes Your Disorderec Stomach Feel Fine in -Five Minutes Tlie question as to how long you are 'going: to continue a sufferer fro'm indi- gestljm; Dyspepsia, or out-of-order Stomach is merely a matter of how soon you begin 'taking some Diapepsin, your'Stomach is lacking in diges- tive'power, why not help the Stomach to do its .work, not with drastic drugs, but a re-enforcement 01 as are naturally at worir in .the stomach, "People With weak Stomachs should talte: a little Diapepsin occasionally, and there will be no more indigestion, no feeling, like a lump of lead in the stoinach, no heartburn, Spur risings, Gas on Stomach or Belching or undi- gested Headaches, Dizziness or Sick Stomach, and, besides, what you eat will iiot ferment and poison your with nauseous odors. All these symptoms resulting i'rem a sour, out- of-order stomach and dyspepsia, are. generally .relieved in five minutes after taking' a li-tUe Diapepsin. Go .'to your druggist and get a ofl- cent case of Pape's Diapepsin now, and: you will always go to the table with a 1 hearry appetite, and what you eat will because your stomach and be clean and fresh, and you. will. Imow not going to be any more bad nights and miserable- days-Tor you. They freshen you and make you feel like life is worth living. T I'actures of tne vv-orld, and place 'all All interesting' QueStlOll iner colonies in the position of-foreign- Comes Before Ameri- AUCTiON SALES- on short -Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live -stock and implements a specialty, JJJJ.' "Smith. 414 Wood St., Lethlvridgei AJberts: Regular sales at J. -C. Graves' Sale Barn. "St.. :oij the second and. fourth Tuesday, of each, month. caii Court Detroit, Nov. order .filed here today before Judge Swan in the United States Dist-riut'Court, on mo- tion of United -States. District "Attor- ney Watson, directing the dismissal oi the Times o! ers. Read the result in October "The reversul the ancient policj- ol Crreat Britain- whereby' she withdrey.' rrom the colonies their; -wonted pro- tection, in her markets 'has produced the most disastrous effects upon Can- ada. In surveying: the actual condi- plngr; Japan, 5.2 for_ tons: -U for tons: Germany 11.4 for tons, and Prance, 12.S lor tons. VVJien I remember that in the gen- eral election of 1801 .the friends of Bri- tish institutions, after a. desperate struggle which cost that great and patriotic statesman, Sir John A. Mac- abnald, tils lift, only secured a majori-i ty of I .have no hesitation in say-! that had1 the principal of a con-; tri'bution 'to the, ImDerial navy, as-i cording to our population -been CONSCRIPTION UNNECESSARY Haitians Says There Is ]Vo Analogy in Bri- ains Case and That of Continental Powers An important speech, showing why Britain has no -'necessity to adopt con- scnjmon was at Edinburgh a fortnight ago by'- Mr. HaJdane. if he werelV German, a Frenchman or a.'Swjss, ae .should be strongly in favor; of compulsory service, he said, the reason "that the whole re- sources -of such; states had-to be 'con- centrated upon the solution of a single to defend the tiers which were land frontiers, by the maintenance of a but colossal, campaign. But. there .was no'analogy between he case of thess continental countries and the case of..the British Isles. The British Isles, however, were -re- ponsibie lor the protection of an over- eas consequently they had o keep white soldiers in India, in other, over seas garrisons and ome 170.000 or of .AH expsfli- ionaryforce at home to reinforce' case; of. necessity. That made .men wnorn had to raise on the basis of-voluntary talked; of the "small" British j He wondered they did not! Jn operation, of "tile some time ago by the 'United States and 'agricultural interests alike" un- auarshaJl at the Direction of the de- prosperous- With superabundant wat-. Canacla-- yet no flpmesHc .jtiie can "tSe have of continental frefc trade> afjiption of tlas tarih talic of- the colossal British Army, for, tnere was1 no other country which had] an overseas army approaching- Bri-! tain's in Indeed, In contin- ental countries, -which had to keep immense home defence, the diraculty of ".getting- volunteers for ser- vice oversea Moreover, Britain had to keep up a great navy, whose personnel with its reserves "required These a-1voluntary .basis. The command'of the-sea-was. at the very root; of 'policy. If h e di d Britain .J -was keeping, and command of the sea. he .would not consent to occupy his' present .position for a single day The Imperial Oil Co. Limited WINNIPEG, NOVEMBER 1st, 1910 quote the follbwinfl prices for iron-bound, hard-wood- EMPTY F. O. B. WINNIPEG tubject to our inspection at to cUt-tlfication and i. deductions fcr EEFINEBOit v l Coal Oil, Engine" Gatoline, Naph- Seal anil tijrrpentine ,.v. COMMONS Machine, ''Hjrnirfctter, Valve, ail other Lubrfcatinfl-bJl Bairrw. (except Slick and Car Signal, 4 and Condensed Oil. liicK, Car, Fuel, Gas, Crude Hamett, Stai, Fish, Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil Deduetfons: Broken Staves. 20c; Heatis, 25c. iniOre Ijrompt fW barrels, it ifc im- portant .that notice, ?vyith attached showing kind and number of day shipments are made. rhe Imperial Oil Limited PRICES CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. of the' United tes against Great The Waddmgfon- Stuckey Co. HAY GRAIN MERCHANTS'-' Timothy. .Alfalfa, Bronie and Upland Oats; Wheat, Bran, :KoIled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes in stock. Office, Johnson Blk. Phone 426 Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 683 .Who can question the -accuracy of .that ia 1SS6 my government was fiercely de- foreign, parts of either they declared expenditure of that the r ?ot "whiskey" j at .all, -but. a of alcohol capital or enterprise to- '-embark -in this great source of national wealth, institutions, "unhappily, have not impressive permanence which alone can impart security and inspire confidence, and the Canadian market shipprJ across the .state Jior- jSuine, unless under- altered., elates and Liberal -ac staEces> anticipate the home growth count of.-its militia'expenditures' jbe marked regarding Vhe na- or advent from foreign, -narte of eitbWf I cure -of the contents. It was charged by the government that this whiskey -vras misbranded bc- j cause it was not distilled in the rsgu- jlation manner. .The first .position "was i-wijtlf whisker for the co'oriiHT mat- T market j ter. The position by the man- limited to the cap- lufacturers thatr-the Avbiskey was j blend and in tnis Tait concurred. position President II. Goalj Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG BROS., Proprietors. .Office next Arcade. 'Phone 1163. -W, LORD MINTO'S JOURNEY Viceroys Camp Nov. IT. The Viceroy and Lady Minto reach- ed Patiala today, and after a review of the Imperial Service Troops, The Vice- roy, who was accompanied by a full British escort, installed the Mahara- ja. The scene was a memorable one. In a speech, Lord Minto dwelt upon the hereditary connection of the Ma- haraja's house with, -Patella, and the great responsibilities of the .Maharaja. Though avoiding interference with the nacve- States, the Imperial govern- ment could not divest itself of ulti- ltanst- the adjoining states to-buy rifles .for militia was a danger to the country, and that ernment' was i iro- iitvi rons of moremiiiJe .shin- Asthma Catarrh WHOOPING COUGH CROUP BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS Oial tnwbl-s. C3TAOLISHEO safe treatmentf or dosfcs: tho wtrnnceh with for thirty ana air strongly antiseptic, inrpired cvftry brcith. 3ftiftkpa thajoro throat, nr.dttops _tbe asrorini? tMtfulnisrhts. WJtb yocnir chilnrcn a to i from Asthma. Send postal for dticriptJvft bootlct. ALL DRUGGISTS Try Ar.tN Thi-oit rortteirriUferf throat are slmjvio. ri- AOfi Of yoor drpcitist or front us. lOoixiEUiicpa. Vipo Oresiiene Co, 1 was -tarust through with a bayonet jand there was a pool of blood at the foot of the high altar. The edii'ice resounded vdth the roar of firearms and the piercing shrieks of the fanatical throng. Besides cas- ualties among the .civilians, a number jof soldiers fell wounded with bullets and knife thrusts in various parts of tne cmirch. The populace vere left m possession. instrumentality the schenre stari- opening amountr-d to SHO It the cd, lias worked unceasingly, start, ironi nceasingly, r'row Hie close of tb-o !w-tnrc UiR Rov thr way in which the H. J. Godman, rallrd upon Rev Mr" t. ioTthe opening sc-r- Miller to the. vote Of [banks and re to say his efforts it was seconded by Mr Geo Dash ciated. The opening which rou-h public turned out. vices, venture have been appreciated. The opening which brous-hi very cniovablc services were conducted both morning ing to a close. SHOOTING SCANDAL Winner of the Australian King's Prize Disqualified Sydney. Nov. nas shown tliat. l'ig.sou. the winner of me recent Australian King's Prize, .did not shoot at the l.OOfl yards' range. Registrar's signature to his scor- ing card at that range was forged. Hggou has hee.ri disqualified for FOR SALE 2 six roomed cottages with uater in each house, good cellars, cement foundations, for electric lighr. Xo. 1S02 and 1S04 Xor- man St.. cash, balance very easy. i 1 six roomed cottage ami two lots on Charles Sr. near West- minster Road. x 2SS ft. on St. near Road, with good 5 room cottage: water and clecU'ie lishi in {he lionso. New bam iOxSO; iioissfs 2ox20; all fenced. Apply WILSON FURNITURE CO. North letbbndge Phones 1023 and 585 ;