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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta dii.v. IS, 1011. THE LETIIBHIDGE DAILY ITEHALH Page 7. A French Loaf To match this one is worth a fortune to your digestion. Whoever bakes its equal will become popular with lovers of good living and eating We Raise the Dough at our bakery as well as at our bank, and all because of the excellence of our French bread Quit having sour stomachs and indigestion. Use our French bread and; be healthy. Nothing like it on earth The City Bakery Phone 1181 MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRADE That I ho 1 O Hoard ohTnuln The Modern Doctor's Watchword. TO prevent is. easier ihau to cure it, ,iiad Bovril and Bread and Butter iire a great team to keep the system in shape to repel" disease' 'A of Bovril, or a Bovril sandwich between meals or at will dispel fatigue and keep oiie "fit." BOVRIL All that ii good in beef is In Bovril BUSINESS HOUSES NOW BARRED "OUT OF O. H. A. Toronto, Nov. anntsal ni-efiting of the Ontario Hockey Assof- laiion will bs held today. The i'ssoc- Islion has in the bank. Adm.p- eion will bs denied in future 'fo vepiMsenHng houses. marriage ceremonies perform-ed under laws In all provinces and ceremony performed under laws of any province despite any decree to the contrary. The bill aims at X-e TsnTere decree. WILL CAUSE HEART BURNING Ottawa. 'Noy. B. Lancnstcr that his hill to amend th'3 marriage act will provide for B federal marriage law, which will make valid THE SCHOONER SANK Alpena, Mich., Kov. school) er William A. Voting, owned by fiolit, S. C. PHngte, of Wlckliffe, Ohio, was sunk in 'yesterday's gale on Lake Hur- on. Th-a crew reached shore -in a iyawl after terrible experiences. When you wear this cap you have nought the best. It means more than you'd think, for caps that are common-made never look otherwise. Lots of occasions when a cap is the right thing to wear, when a hat just doesn't seem to fill the bill, somehow. Eastern ffrandcaps give that air of distinction that ordinr ary caps just fall short of. They look well on you, because they are made really right. Look for the Eastern Brand trade-mark. That's .the main thing! g imidts every cn'oii possible to uuciiro the P. H. ear shops wss abundantly evidenced by corresponduncu read the Hoard mooting lust nUilit by Prenlilani Hutch. The wires and inaiU were leapt hot and while the city did- n't Kt't 'tilt! shops, H inns'.' have won tul nit ration of the railway ollk lain as the lioine of hustlers. The run so n Lollibridge didn'L Rot the shops wan that K. IB not on live main lint! and the company wanted to ohvlau long limits with "dead" eiixfncR. I.eth bridge offurcji exemption from tax ation to the liini'i, of the cRy's powur on 'everything the C. I1. It. owns o to own within the next twenlj 1 Water and light wore prom WL cufct. g'-roet cars, sewors and [iill civic conveniences were jivoiniscMl [The city was to yven sacrifice ib own, lots o'' Teal estate in this duUrlci was also shown and has over OOdf acres in a lilook in th'a land recentli acquired from the A. K. I. I Object to Slavs Another item of inieresl was a dls ciiSHlon on the advisability of bring' ing DHL English tweaking miners u: replace Slavs. There was an acad- [enilc discussion but as lira hoard see where anything could b done- at present of a practical charac t-er, no action was taken. Cope opened -the discussion and I told of Ferni-s having many English ]speaking miners. Ms preferred t.o sea jmcn come who have families and oc- cupy houses of their own and who do iiol live "lite rats in a garrett." lla also said that (10 per cent, of the wages of the Slav or Italian are Kent to Europe and not siwnt in the city. Slept on the Roof G. Reed said he had delivered bread in the mining district six years ago and saw 85 men living in four rooms with' one woman trying to cook for them. The Advocate Mr. Nimmons was the champion _ the miners. He had renuh'atl their cottages and disagreed with the asser- tion as !.o unsanitary conditions. It was hard work lo keep tingliah speaking men as they left after 'earn- ing a fow dollars to go on homesteads or to get other employment The hast, men won't submit; to the condi- tions and the operators had to get men'who .would. IMie ware a mine j owner he .would employ the labor which suiLsd him. -Mr. Nimmons also suggested that he had b'sen in (he homes of "Englishmen" as un- sanitary as the Slav houses. Enforce the Law L. Tl. Fowler said it would be hard get l-Dng-Hsh speaking miners. As to sanitary conditions lie thought an agitation should Ira made to get the provincial board of health to act and if'they hadn't the power, to get ah act giving the. power. There I should be some law to make shacks and "dsfis "which breed disease and corruption impossible. 'President, Hatch 'thought -that was good suggestion. i "From this the discussion drifted into an academic channel and it was at last concluded Uiat without the consent and co-operation of tha oper- ators it would be useless to try and bring Welsh and Scotchmen put. Other Business The campaign against the sale of real estate in lots six miles out. in the sliH hangs fire. Th's ,'eril estate committee are finding it hard to find, a remedy. Other matters referred to in the report, of th-a council were the secur- ing of a Bulk Sales Act, and the ad- vertising of the rates to Lethbridge on transportation companies' pasters. That, famous bridge wanted to con- nect Ijethbridge with Hon. Archie Me Lean's riding was diseased and, Mr. Rijjley ninde a businass-like re- port, on it.. The visit, of Mr. McLem was reported on ind the 1-Joii. Gentle man was alleged 'to do his utmost. W. A. Bur.'.iairni whsn M. P, also read nMi gentleman siio.ig- iiTs-srl MIO importance ot' rone dari T P io I umontoii s a petition signed by 300 rarmnrs 'all in Mr. McLean's rid in E" asking i'or -Hie bvidae. This will ba sent to the provincial secretary and Dr. Slew nrt. M. P. P. is to be advired of tL fact, on suggoHUon o'f Jlr. Ives. A repoiv: on the finances showed a loi of collecting yet. to lie done, bu' when all the money Is in the hoard will havo a surplus, ft. cos'. R.little over lo capture the Dry 'Fa-'m- ing Congrcas. MEAT PACKERS-LORE Chicago. Nov. government won another move in ils fight bring (o trial nlnn indicted Chicago inrnt packers when Jiidpa Won'aiUatl n t'nitcd StntBB circuit court squashed a wrR of linhcss corpus Is- d sovorn' tiftys ago. NOMINATED A PIONEER Kon Nov. (in, n rontrflctor, vns nomimited (o- hv Liberals for tlm Korl WIN In in district. Tenklji ii a pioneer. WASTED AWAY "Frult-3-tiws" cured me after 12 years Svfftriiig IIUU., Dw. "ljor llie twelve years. 1 painful attacks of Dyspepsia. Finally, in March 1908, I stiff cted such lorture.s that J was compelled to stuv in lied. 1 not tlijjesl my fooil uud everything 1 ate caused tlie most pain in m v. stomach. I also had n fearful attack of CoirlipT 101 t ul t t K s I hnd no movement of the bowls for two wc'eks I MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS oiliKl-Mlcv. A. pastor, will; ,8t pieadi both and ovrnlng. j i i .tt markets upcn am ciusi- tntuv Suiulny sclioiil anil class at .1 p.m. cordially welcomcil. Olit-u T. I'. I I'prrv, pastDiv'will' pn-ach at Uie -scrviir, .suhjfCl, "The Mill- May, iislry (if InttML'c.ssiun." In the even-1 i ini; II. lurst is, iM.A., Hiturc-; lary ul' tin: Lord's Day Alliance, .Sunday Sclioul and Adult Tt} hh; ;il .'I ji.m. Thi'it- will lit- an ..................t....... 13.1 ii'.tlicm the choir and a solo by Khynd .lainii'-siiii ul each si'rvicc. ST. I'YPUIA.VS niCIU.'ll (An- Sth and IHIrSt. MorntiiTj H.'nd ('oininiinion at j 11 a.m. KvL-nsong at 7-30 Adult Dec.......... liihK- '.'law and Sunday School al :J No- Thr H'rnthcrlumii nf SI. 'Vr................... 1 dri'iv will meet al cluac. iliu _.__ Xu. .1 KXtfx (M'iKSIJY'fKltlAN d Il'KO I'' N'ul'.......... Ht-v A. M. Gordon. Sun- i Three doctors attended me for two years and gave me all V.inds of medicine hut did me no My weight came down to only So jjouiuls and everyone thought I was going to die. Finally I had the jjood fortune U.> buy 'Kruit-a- lives'.aml as soon as 1 began to take them, 1 felt better. I persisted in the treatment uud to my great joy and to the astonishment of. my friends, f improved. Now I feel very well, weigh 115 pounds (and this is more than I ever weighed, even before my Hlntss) 1 attribute my cure solely to 'Ifmit-a-tives'." Madame ANDRKW STAFFORD. 5oc. a IXME, 6.: for jr..50, or trial size, At all dealers, or from Kruit-a-tivci Sinnlav 'Srhnol ,md Hiblt: Class ;U p.m. Westminster (Juild (in -1 fVHiiiiir ai s. All.L'ur.dially wt-lcwmc. j U; No. 1 Rr'-Mi ST. su-cvl and 7ili iiy.ti.. nortli. Min- No' istt-r, Ui-v. Hrydoii, M.A. Sun- day 11 a.m. unit 7.HO p.m.1 Kclinol at 3 p.m. ('hrislian 'NfA................. FINE NEW THEATRE OPENS DOORS MONDAY LcUibridgc soon In; well eqiiip- pod for play houses. On Monday ev- ening tlie fourth .will throw open its doors to The liijoii ;lr.M- tre, Mltmled on Fifth Si., lias bfirh built for moving uielim: sho.vs only, and will-, be om- of l.hc; "inst up-lo-datc in its lint- in tlio Tbe maimgciuci'.t: announces that, nothing hut high product ions will be :fnd I hey aim please UiL-m..patrons with an aUnic- Livo al, every performance.' As ;i building; 'theatre is ;i nuMlid. The e.vtt'rioi' is beautifully finished.' prisontiiij: a very' fine ap- pearance, ami, credit to the ar- diilcft, Mr. the contractors, Smith Hrus. and Wilson, ami the painters and decora the llevlo Co. .Mr. Oil! lias been tlie pTopririors of Ivts t Whitney, to look alter the mamige- A LOCAL MAN HURT While at- work about three o'clock this aflerni'- 'radia hloclc, Iloli. hrntlier of li- Holt, cimlracliir, fell from a ladder, on tvhiclr he worK'tng in one of rooms, susuiining rather sc-rious and uaini'ul injuries in (tie hack. Dr. Me- Xallv was called to attend the in- cil man am! bad him removed in 11'tC atnbulnni'fl to Iiis residence. Kiidi-avor Tuesilay at fi. J'raycr meeting, U'edn-ffday rv- at S. Kvcryonu heartily wL-l-: conn: i May St. I'AIM.'S At hoine uf Kcv. C. Ciran'l, Sixth Avc.. south. .Sunday, Xovt-m'ocL'; ISlIi. Sunday School 2.30 p.m. No 'IJct- scryirps, pastior will preach at Wai-niT. (.'atectiisin class on day at 4.HO, 'A meeting of youiiK p'-'opln on -evening! at 7 oO, to make for j a riirisin.'.is rplotu'atioii. FIRST HAPTIST W. A. Levitt, pastor, will preft' iioi-h services. .Morning subject, "Bap- tist Mi'gimiingsf" Kvpning subject, "Hurry." Sunilay .School: and Bible Class H p.m. service 'on Wednesday 'evening' at S A .cor- dial welfonu'-is pxlcndfd to i THK BKUlOAX-; HIBLK SCHOOL: is.-held, ovnry Sunday at; p.m. at 512 Stii stroet, south. .A cordial invitatinn is extended lo both oM .and .yoinip to attend this school.! A special iiivitalion is given to any persons, who have hern connected wifh churches Christ (Disciples) I KIKT11 A V-KKl'K R A PT1ST Avc.; and USth Uuv. C. B. McKin'non, pastor. 11 a. m. and 7..'id p. m. Sun- day School, 'A p. in. Prayer service, Wednesday evening S p. m. FIRST' CHURCH OF CHRIST .services 11 a. tn. School 12.10 p.m., snliject, "Soul and Body." Wednesday evening testimon- ial meeting R p.m. The reading room is open to everyone every day from 3 to p.m. All services ,are lirld in the Royiil Bank block, and vyt-iie i.s cordially invited to ai- Asthma Catarrh WHOOPING COUGH CROUP BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS A simpla, ERfa nnd Directive teon- chist trouiiicci. vrittiaut tlashg the etomnch with dran. thirty air rcnrtcrecl ntronpli- or.tlMplfc, fnrpirtd wllh every broath, inkknn hrec thing easy, toot hep sore tliroat, e-fiA itops tho cnuch. ftteorinf restful nlehU. Cresobne Ii inmlnibla with yoovs childTcn B DOOM to from at poiiiJ lor ilceeriptfro baoklat. AU DRUGGISTS Tfirott. Tsbiett for the imtatcJ tlirott 'ittej mm Of your dniKpirt or from US. Ik In, Minnea.iolig Chicago 1 OOJ .1.04JJ II lifii .1.004! Listless, Backward diiMrm Mali Irifbl and AcHw ky Mora's India fool Hlii Miny growing boy or girl U down u conitttu- tionally ilow, ituptd or when It really a of inictivc boweli, lazy liver ilufftih kidneyi. The child, with hearty ippetitc, certtjnly cannot long remtin licilthy ind hrijht if the Kwen of the body, the boweli ind the kidneyi, are choked up with impuritiet ihould be off The muddy complexion, limbs and dislike for mental or physical effort show plainly that the child aeedi Dr. Morw'i Indun Root Pfila TO Itir up the liver tod kidneyi rcguitte the boweli. Dr. JMont'i Indian Rott filh do this moit effectively, whole system, purifying the blood, aiding the digestion ind giving plenty of life, md activity. As upon the education obtained may depend the incceu in life of your boy or to k that the general health of the child nca thai itudy ii pleasure tnd not a htrdibip. .Made from root! ind herba by W.-H. Comstock Co., Ltd., at Brockville, and told by all dcilcri-at 250. i tax. 5 Saut Ste. Marie, Mich., Nov. I The heavy shifting gale-s which havn_ blown practically since Sunday dim-' inished somewhat this morning. BENT ON GETTING DIVORCE Ottawa. Xov. Canada GHE- ette coivlnius notice tha-t Andrew 1-orn-e Hamilton, hanlter, Qtrabec City, will this ssssion renew his applica- tion for a divorce f-ram his wife, .Maud LOIUEO Jliirnilton o'' Toronto. Hamilton was granted a divorce last year by (he divorce committee biri the recomniendafion was thrown out by the senate itself. THE LATE WALTER KNIGHT The death loot placi; at, N.W. 13- on Nuv. Ifiili of Walter Knight ;iL the agH of Me was formerly of .Manor Farm, Tethnry, Gloucester- shire,'I. K. Addison of tin- reinairis. The deeoased has p. hroilie-r in the Ldhbridgc district. Electric Shoe Shop Repairing done while you wait by machinery Men's soles sewed 90c Ladies' 65c Rubber Heels- 50c PRICES LOW, QUALITY HIGH L. STEIN, Blenner-Haiaett Block 6th Street r ATLANTIC L r K STEAMSHIPS CHRISIMfiS ion Bates Great Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, and The Continent On Sale Daily Nov. 10th to Dec. 31st ST. LAWRENCE SAILINGS of Ircljind Fri. Nov. 17 Lake Champlain .THur. Nov. 23 ST. JOKN-LIVpRPOOL Empress of Britain .Fri. Lake Manitoba .....Sat. Decf 0 Empress of Ireland ..Fii. Dec. 1S Conu'lete details and borlh reservations from suy Railway Agent, J. S. CARTER, Gcn'l. Agent, 450 Main St., Winnipeg. llinin all. Ti-y it once. You'll like it O N Monday Night, Nov. 20 THE BIJOU THEATRE Will open iti doori to the public with the feature program of high photo THE VAGABOND--? "Touching Drama A MARVELLOUS strong drama taken from Sir Waller Scott's poem, Don't miss this one Tuesday 2 p.m. Evening show 7.30 to 10.30, continuous performance. Matinee every day ;