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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta November 19, THE LETHBHIDGK DAILY HERALD F CANADA Rest and Undivided Profits Tefal Assets Over No Man Remains Poor who saves or month, year, ______________________ certain .matter small. Few ever 'get'rich without doing The'Savings Department; of provides a safe for your savings tojaccumulate, and. grow-with the Interest which is added half-j'-early. Sl.OG up.war.d. .is .enough for the first deposit. Money may be. withdrawn whenever you need it. DISTRIT cor. Round fc Redpath WesbViVrssiter N. Ward ..Stirling A. H. Roach, Acting Manager iiakV W. Saillle, Manager.; >J THE.GANDIAN S'0F COMMERCE S Paid-up COONJFttES Arrangements Iwive recertify been completed under -wrijch the branches Bonk are abla to issue Drafts ori the principal points'- in (he following countries: Finland Ireland Formosa Italy Fraace Japan Fr'ch Cochin-Chioa Java, Belgiu Bulgarim Qu Germany Great .Britain Greece Kollartd Iceland India. Manchuria Mexico Norway Persia Faroe NO DELAY JM -ISSUING. Phillipine JW Siara South Aftiea Stra-ts Switzerland Tiirkcy and elsewhere FULL A'PPUCATIOM. Branch: INTERVIEW THE GOVERNMENT M'clNab! left'.this afternoon for .-Edmonton, to take, up y.'itii. the -dealt at ilie-: last jconveation of. the: Po-- raicion Trades Congress.. W. -Symonds, is. ''vice-president i'or. Alberta of tlie.' Tvill .probably go tor morrp.w.. and. they; will be joined "or other points. Fort William, his opinion that human life is 'held as cheaply; as that of cattle -on'ihe" docks of Fort William and Mayor of to- Wteh 'a cola :becomes settled in niV'intenticn'Vinaug- systera. it will-'take, -.several days j; treatment id euro it, and the bestrem- campaign-for a commission' of edy to'iis'e is" Remedy. It wiil-cur'e.'quiclier thsn any otHer'..arid also 16'aves healthy', con'ditioa: an .ultimate; supervision harbors' ;6y tlis ThV'defath rate air the two-'aar- past- three- .years -has been Th --MEKCHANTS Timothy, Alfalfa; ;Brome -and r'CJpland Oafs.: Braii, Rolled and a -''largely 'buckets-5 arid -ac- cidents on'-'package 'freight 'vessels. END-INDIGESTION A PEW MOMENTS Gks, Heartburn, Sourness and all Misery in the Stomach Vanishes Nothing will remain undisostecl or A bunch of Sine young- horses are sour on; your stomach if you will take WJNNIFRED NEWS x Oar fall, has .been so moderate .that the farmers have their work nearly done. 'Some are discing yet around nere. Work has -been done better and the land worked in such a way that a crop may be expected next year will be a surprise. strolling around near here which should be looked after before Hard; storms some or somebody will be a loser. i The. school in Prairie district com- menced last Monday, Miss Gregoi, we hear, is the, teacher. May success attend her efforts. are proud of our new railroad crossing. We are the land to be tnauK't'ul for small favors and' large ones in proportion. Henry Simanton had the misfortune' to lose one of his oxen. It. was hitched to his wagon with another ox :anil it restless, and in some turned a complete summer sault, -and "hen found was, choked'to -death...' jBetter commence shooting coyotes" soon, or they will be too nximerous. 'mat there will be no chickens or'tur- keys left and" with eggs at oOc a. dozen we cannot afford to lose-them way. MICHEL -Michel, Nov. the Jiichel Water, Light Power- 6o.; H. B. was a-ppbinted a director, of T. B. Baker, .who has left the district. Some important matters will be under discussion, at the general shareholders' meeting on Constable, Bough, v.-ho been, here' for some time, -has -been icrred to Corbin, where ajnew police to 'be opened. Constable! Arthur. A, Ward ofCranbrcok will, be j permanently in charge of the--new! a- little Diapepsin ooc.asionally. This and antacid, though: as harmless, and -pleasant as will dige'st and- prepare for assimila- tion, into the blood all the food you- can eat.-i.- yp.ur stomach craves, out -the-.-slightest -fear oi; Indigestion or that'-you will be bothered with, sour Gas on StomacnJ; 'Heartburn, Headaches from Breath, Water Brash or a-eeling-Jike.: you' had or other swallowed a disagreeably miseries. Should you be suffering now from, ;any stomach disorder you can get relief s within five minutes. ;If get from your pharma- cist-a case of-Tape's Diapepsin to ihe table with a -and your meals- would-taste good, because you would knoir there would be no Indigestion .nights or Headache 'or Stomach, misery all ..the next day; and would-Jiot need laxatives pills your stomach be' obtained from contains more cure .the worstvcas' of on. .pi by spe'p- 'for Gas "1' sour- odorsf from a "Stomach >to- v- ihoyed-Httto aad; 'it ;is up "north.-; at ioX a: day PUT JHE BOOTS TO NOBLE SON-IN-LAW cmcago. Nov. Assertions by Steel Millionaire Marua Kilgallen chat be bad "put tlie to his noble soa-ln-law, Count Mourik De Beaufort, and that be -would immediately start a divorce action, against the nobleman; were today by- counter, asser- tions that' talk of a divorce is "ab- and that, the count is a. "dear boy. a would be 'from tiie wife tJie Wflile the ..papa sinO. mamma of Irma, Oouatesspe Fekufbrt, are divided as "to their treatment io'f the couat, he is standing pat is ia 'a1 local 'hospital: brofceit'kuee blissfuMy the- family 'ble- ythe'-'fact that 'her m-ar- tial food for of- how.' ttoe count borrowed; from- a-Bbrtdbn, in. order to "put a and- cap ture Inn-a 'yarns of hov? the: count .chauffeur two- 'black; eye's scrap: bow ie threatened to attacked have- beeit the :news- the he and ab'used his-, heiress, .yaried-: by' statements- t papersiliy .Papa ilga lien, the, latter; detailed -iow he. trouriced on. various occasions. -i. 3. Atwrays Objected "It waaajr a 'title was .fcro.ught said -the local newspaper .his. .son-in-law, who also sought -'publfcftr; 'stood "This l'ello-w: has piished' us to tie -limit of tell, things tall3iSr.--ipr the. lure of a. J. T. Armstrong has been appointed collector, of water, is 'reported to be'-in. a very Healthy state at A great deal of discussion has 'been tailing place for some days through, a statement that opened in Old- Michel "is techni closed town and the new town in- arms and will do all'in- their pb'w'erlj to prevent Uus' innovation' saiislied ...tag evening perti riedturough.: The'present idea ,W: le-ft for.- the Mrs, Mac-.i tieit how he had. daughter had. been to escape; from.- he would -kill the" millionaire. "I invited and told' him ,to Tl f..lmp won tje singers came wen chance do" it the' evening perform- i it" the project -''materializes there' is a-! 'other stores beMg steKUi v .-_ ....i, j. and "Potatoes -always in stock. Office, Johnson Blk. Phone 42c Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 6S3 Goal, lee and PRAYING Western Transfer Vancouver Ottawa Quebec Mamilton i Stl John victoria of'a.-' stating, fint are'- ue'ing--rapidlyI'aiccp't-ad' a v- j-B.oli Tvlr. and Mrs. Maemorine "will-be: fnV-hirl hTc--n-rfai 'j ins., had ..nst .en j occurred this icoraiaa; gaged-toupiing cars, and -Sam S. Hyslop" the popular .football player, has" had] the "sympathy" oi the' conimuniiv crushed. Th'ere'.was a large exodus oil Wed- nesdav for Fernie, the Welsh" -choir i'' i ft 0 attracting: many old country people ._ v.Kn mff ft it I IrfAmi a have beta working IP IIHII "CHOOSE YOUR FRIENDS" less particular m your choice of whisky f you are in your choice of friends? tORBY'S f Special Selected! Rye is a host of good judges, gj quality is- vouched for by our century reputation. is by the-Goi ment seal oa the capsule. f and quality are' the! "opea sesame' to the hearts of thousands of men who know what oood M is on salt, at no'els cofts and liquor stores. H, Corby Distillery Company Ltmitetf Head Moritreal. Corby s at. Corbyvilfe for Ovsr MONEY> Winnipeg, 'JLuf collectfons -the unTof the- ed oae of; one of, ?I, o ofj.o each, ;each: tb WOLY ERI Ut, _ Selkirk; of the. Rocket, l-Tlie crew was :3tbve 'iD: on .Lake Winnipeg; :icire( saf eljr aftei- a -hard Utat the missing vessel is caught, in the ice> attthe Narrowsi; 'and meit o in a precarious position.' BiFtTHDAY GIFT BY.CARNEG1E to Car- this .week 5jy maJang, a gift of OOJ) to tlie Carnegie teclxaoiogy lilfpittsiaurg Streets. Clarosholm, antl Paulson, bought out ment busincsu oi -J." "E- 13e.v-an' anu iire erecting a line implement. shea, at the-corner oi and Third nvcnue. This will help to txtcad .the business poi.tiou oi the west. The Agricultural Society have de- cicieci not to builrf an exhibition- build ing No doubt, in tSu-sariup; they. will, sec busy. sued- Wair Vv'iii be hci'd this wink-r -r-Su in cpU'at of the bad season. Uoored brick wa f "1'r.o hall opened by the English j erected dy ilr. .Mackenzie oa Second 'church is much appreciated, and cv-i avenue south, 'i od.iv the first carload icry evening large numbers ot .younsjof -oorls, ,1 carload'of busgies were. mc-n are engaged there in imprOr-ms1 ?if j their physique and health with gym- ail'U COiMnST, The debates held yndcr the'auspices en the Y.M.C.A. arc very vrc-H-attend ed and the of oratory :is sur- prising. The last debate on thcr'sub- H'Ct of AVosncn's Franchise resulted in u sniali majority- m favor oi the .motion. 'Tiie. Laclios1 Ard- o.f tlw English church havr titcidcu to' hold their sale ol work on December 2nd.' By "-a largo majority they hive decided not to allow 3, tobacco stall at the "salt; j so that Thij ci tO'vn -will-at' any rale on tins oeeasiou .'.re saved from temptation to the extent of to- bacco. Stpain ,'iciitinii: lunv bcx-n insrall-. ed in the Qurni's ilou-1 and this ho-1 tcl is now one oi ilic most, cornlort- abU1. on the liiif The Alberto Holtl is being-run as a IJoardins; house by Hip Lung. Wni. Vaughan occupy tile 'bar room with his barburius: business. The Stewart lianch Shipped toe-ay nine cars oi ben cattle. Sonic 'Tana has beeri changing- hands lately near town nnd in two tases-a sum in cash was paid. The fine ner.- resilience of W. R. Lindsay is approaching' completion. The at the tower re- sounds nighi and morning and there Is not much chance in forgetting the time of day. Huv is the use of having Hie' whistle Bellowing at- 6 o'clock on winter mornings, surely 7 o'clock is -soon enough 1o the town. -Those-v.-ho iuive to get, up at (i will up Roberi- Gi'mor" has black- smith shov ami cone to Montana to work on his homestead there. Hen Smith is living at the 'rare l.j'iifk, and has Busier and oth- er horvcs win faring. 'i (lie near-anprourli of tiie elwiion liiLi'c is lit tin lalk iais-owar'dereace at'the court martial wiiicli'-followed, and was .sentenced to dismissai-aronv the "be- ing-1 later reduced: to a sentence of se- vere 22 the'lieutenant--was again arrested-. He two, but was recalled trom. London by telegram, and placed .under arrest- on -returning to -Mrracks. 'A few days his impending re- signation been announced. US-Lieut.. Sutor sajs.he will devote future to military journalism. TORONTO'S FAMOtlS- HOTEL Our SpeciaJjies: Courteous Treatment, Comfort, Superior Cuisine, Prompt Service. American and European Plans. American day and up. CEO. WM6HT and MACK CARROLL of STRUCK EDITOR IN SHEET Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, Nov. senting an editorial in the Coeur ri'Alene Press lass night criticizing i His Gimcer gas franchise presented to city council Monday night, by {K. V. Broughton. that attorney tonight {became engaged in'a quarrel with J. T. Scott, editor of the Press, which j ended in blows.between the v.w> "ien in front of the Press office. "The difficulty becran with a. conver- sation over the "telephone, which be- came so hot that Mr. Broughton rang i off and came- down to my office. I not in then, but met him on the side- walK soon said -Mr. Scott to- night. Mr. Broughi.6n's statement is as fol- lows: "I went to see him about the edi.torial in which he attacked me. 1 iried to reason wtch him. but he would not listen and called me a vile name. He called me a 'liar1 and a 'peg-le.? lawyer' and leade-a statement which caused" me to call him a liar. "I save him one on the jaw that- sent him to ihe. ground. He rolled over on his back and kicked at me. The trouble has been brewing for some time." Broughton is counsel for G. Norback, who is suing Mr. Scott tor the recovery of 57000 for stock In the Winn-Barr-Chaney company, sold him before' the failure of that company la's I .summer. SHRUBS of tHe large number of fine hardy-MoweHiig; that are trerfect- ly cither prairie axtd will thrive there yeatafteryear, getting naore beautiful every year? We can send vou a selection of twelve- varieties', .years old, that will all bloom tliis comirig summer and all will be at different periods from spring un- til fall. "-Tlie- selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls. Syringas, Elders, Berberries, Snbwberries, .Deutzias, suckles: etc. l f All two to three feet high, three- years regular-- value- This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express oflice at special price. For 30 days oqly of Place orders early Only 7.50 per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B.C. Fearing a possible outbreak, t.hc Mt-xicau govc.rnffl.eni is luking every possible military precaution to mip- riot-; BUY YOUR FARM NOW WHILE CAKLIN ORCHARDS ARE THE MARKET This beautiful tract of land is being, rapidly taken up, as- we had The combination of extra good land in one of the best fruit "growing districts at_ prices away below -the market cf goes 'mil ictiiu'm -British tjoiumbia, seems to clinch a sale with those who- have investigated CARLIN ORCHARDS. The very easy terms we are offering is a great inducement also. We would advise you nor to delay in this Tnatter as the area of CARLIN, OR- CHARDS is limited. Remember that UP'PER OKANAGAN is the most desirable district in Bri- tish ColtfmOia; is' par- ticularly "suited to fruit has a warm and even climate; no irrigation 1 is needed; CARUIN ORCHARDS is the best tract of-. land in this district. The strong points of rhis property are: It has deep, rich soil. It fronts on a navigable- river. The Okanagau Branch of the C. P.. R. runs right through, and there is a station in the" centre of the property, In 10' and 20 acre blocks at, prices that can never be equalled in this province. to :per acre, one-quarter balance 1, 2 and 3 years. Some' of the land is cleared and all the rest is very light clear- ing. for information now while the-opportunity is still open. 'A card to us -for, 'illustrated pamphlet L. will receive prompt attention. Rogeps, Olack b24 Pender St. W. Vancouver, B, C, ;