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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TITE LETintRTnoE TIER ALP Salurilay, 1 i f Here's Good Health To You The. beverage that cheers nnd iiivi.u'o cl luring the cold winlcr weal her a lire-wed Stout (Hun is [ho kind yon u-oi lu .For lnni'lic'on. dinner or al Itedlinie "the drink par hcalih, .vln- jierve. It away ilia I. tired IVcliim'. tone your system and Ivetler than an else. So here's good heallli in vou n our pure sparkling STOI'T. .It. quene the thirst and invig-ii rales llie Guiness's Dog's Head Brand Stout Browed in Ireland Price per BoUles A. L. DreweryV Stout Brexved and bo! tied in Winnipeg. Price per dozen pints. ifii'.oO per doxeii quarts We also carry a splendid selection of Ales. brewed by-experts J'roni ihe best, most, eare- fully selected hops, in. modern and tip-to- date breweries. Selilite Ales, price per dozen boltles Bass's Ales., price -152.50 per dozen bottles. THE LETHBRIDGEWKSPIRIT HOUSE Jietnn Block i Jenson Tells a Pitiful Story 114 Fifth Street South. -Dr KIDNEYS Don't Let Kidney Trouble Become Chronic! paws, twines iu.tJie -t-uts hcfi lo. Ihe trouble will develop into ueu( difficult and soiuet The way to tt to tak -----poisonous waste inatier in Jlie ibe eyes, and FU on.' inter, unless atlt'iidrd le inter, unless atlt'iidrd i perhiijis (.-liroiiic ditn-ase, always it is, treat It qukkly. The quickest way is DR. CLARK'S SWEET NITRE PILLS ELECTION QUARREL H RESULTS IN DEATH ButtejUIont, Nov. T a nollrico.1 argument involving the r tenets, of Socialism and Democracy, The pollen are iearching for Dan Merrigan, whoui Ferry named as man who hail stabbed him, just before he died. men are miners, and the quarrel rehiilu-d from Ferry's de- claration that Merrigan had spoken in (Continued from front pngo) Tho hoj-ji up ami Vii'il Sicjipy "lalihtnl for it. Me hail vo- ItMwit his hold 1 told him 1 was Haling calmer. I turned to 1 Uii> against the waves and galu. I hardly ktu-w I was going, tvi I tlip clost'sl .shore in that liircctU'it. 1 .glanml buck for a immieiit anil I Kvt'ii lyiiiR tlal across the upturned boat, and Chen- ey flu-Sf bt'xiiie hint. I iron Id hear .liiiiK ihe wind, mid i soon lost in of Uii'in. H a U'LTihliylight, but I kept it up. I can't ilexcriln' it. Finally I n-acht'il i he "i; roil Irs l U'e., 1 tried ihri't: lin.vs to mount it, but' failed'. I almost in up, when I thought -to throw ofi my heavy coal. Thus riil of this ailtUlioiuil weight, 1 iiiiuiaj-eil tu climb onto in-, 1 was almost exhausted, hut kept I remember fall ins lo the it'll, and then cvery Uiing a blank." An Jimiieiliftic Search After aUcnding to the poor fellow '.Mr, NemleiiliiiH and Mr. Ski-lion took lanterns anil rushed in the. lakeside. "It was a terrible declared: Mr. Memlenbal! last evening, "ami it j 'was difficult to see l blown over, and the llrsh around mv j eve way lacerati'd by a sharp point of ice. This pained me, hut tept up the span-b. All we found, however, was Krai's and the poor, faith- fill i-reatiirc refused tu move. K; n-.'orninj; we sent a mossupe to Mown idling the terrible details." I'robdblv Vmier Tee Mr. MeiidtMihall says the bodies are probalily under the ice. He remarked that, Jensen had stated tliai the two victims had showed remarkable tremjith of eharacter and met the without flinching. They were j probahly washed under tin: ice with 'ihe the dug -insitiiieUvely leap- ius; for tin.- ice, This is only a the- jtn-y, the'i'ucts of being last [seen on the boat, ami laier the dis- I'ovt-ry of the craft beneath Ihe ice. So to brar it out. Mr. Mt'iidenhaH believes ihe bodies wilt be recovered at any moment. Not a Large 'Lake The lake in which the. di'ujvning place is not H .is about j one milt1 long, a lull-mile and about feet deep. The--botiom is! covered ttith reeds, i malting dragging difficult.' During af stumi, howeu'r, the little hotly fie-.I comes- very treacherous, -and the' danger nf.a buat being capsized' is very great. i.s Frost-rated -Mrs. Turner and tin- family are witii erief. in- fact, the vholc town is mourning. HR was one if Maerafit's foremost and vas active in all public afiair.s. -His arenis, who reside in Salt Lake, lave been communicated with. They nly returned to the south about two veeks alter a month's visit. Mr. 'urner was a member of the Church Christ of latter Day Saints, i is not definitely known whether he j carries 'any insurance, "liut'il is Hkely jihat he "did. Tie ardent especially, was he fond] jof and baseball, was a friend of .Mr. Cheney, and' the jtwo men lived honorably" 'anil die-d ilike hrroe.s and Christians. A ball !_aUveriised last evening was'-post- poned out of respect for the dead. See our Splendid Assortment of Toys and Fancy Goods IT in the Basement OUR CHRISTMAS TOY DEPT. In ihe BASEMENT is now ready for the little for the grown-ups as well. Ready with an opening sale of toys thai- bring gladness to hundreds of children. Folks wh'o take time by the forelock will have a most com- plete assortment of every kind of toy to select from arid will cape the hurry and confusion the final buying days will bring. A Host of Dolls ,h th'm' hands0mc direct from the fatherland-can't speak word of English. But oi" they beautiful, even the iittle ones, and the big la gc as 7two, year.old baby, they are simply magnificlent. Prices from 25c. lo Mecc ano, A Hundred Toys in One Nothing more Interesting than '.MECCANO emlvn 'i16 dt''isllt D[ clllldre" It at once grips the imofilnatlon-df any boj. He can do something 101- himself. lie can things. Pine, strong and stoutly built, vvoik- lug models of the World's mechanical wonders. Bach one is a thing: of his own creation ami ha can sit b.v and watch its beautiful mechanism work mth all the mental Joy of an -Inventor.- With a MECCANO outlit he can make Irncks cranes, bridges flying nmchines, wagons, windmills lowers and railway signals .and to an inventive boy there is no limit to the number of models which can be mad, The MECCANO' ..outfit contains plated .mil finished -metal strips, wheels, pulleys rods bolts, etc. The parts are indestructible and may be used over ami over again. Each outfit Is securely packed in a cardboard box together with -i profusely illustrated 48 page hook of instructions containing designs of 71 working models. JnmM agt-d 3.i, stubbed! obloquy of the priesU and sisters" of DirouEhithe beart iii Main aud Broad- the Homan Catholic Cllurch before el- This morning .1. II. Henderson left for the scene- oi the Iragpjly taking with Uiciii two boats, n-Isicli will be used, iii drag- ging the lato for the bodies ni tlm jviiujnis. frrappling irons were also taken with them. If You Are From any cause whatsoever, remember Cure Offices 301 A 6th St. S. Hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Machines on Sale at f T f w-w Higmbotham s Drug Store Hocking horses with real hair and fancy leather harness, also painted wood with real hair mane and tail. to Children's Books Our selection includes all the popular nn'm- hers such as Chatterbox, Boys' Own Annual Girls' Own Annual, Father Tuck's Annual! Alice in Wonderland. Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes and The Water Babius. Also a splen- did selection of books tor the younger folks top numerous to mention. ALSO :HAVE A LARGE RANGE OF TOYS AND GAMES too numerous to mention, all kinds of -'dogs, cats, sheep, horses, auto- mobiles, express wagons, cannons, soldiers work boxen, tool sets nnd hundreds and hun- dreds of other'tiny; .tasteful toys which we want you to see. Doll Carriages, Furniture and Houses suleildld assortment of carriages with stroii" iron trames and springs lilted win, rubber tires, also a line Hi basket work. Doll houses ami furniture of every description to please tho most particular little housekeeper .UK.. a splendid range of Tea sets in enameled tin 'and Noah's Arks With all kinds of wonderful''animals In- side, a splendid gift for the little ones. Prices from lOc to Toys in Abundance Rubber Toys for the Kiddies In all kinds of Animals Dolls and Painted Balls Xmas Tree Decorations A splendid assortment of candles, glass or- naments and tinsel hangings, in fact have everything to make the Xmas tree look like a fairy tree. Mechanical Toys of All Kinds Automobiles that go like the wind. Fire Trucks that are made ready in n jiffy and steam, spring and electric Railroad Trains with tracks to run them on. Also many other wonderful toys. i he Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Ltd. ACADIA BLOCK Best Sale of Bonds Made (Coiitiuucd from trout J} British Columbia -U per cent, arc now quoted on tlit; London Kx- dianire at- JOfl, and in financial cir- cles British Columbia is geiiRi'iiHv n- tpinled as luiiving a very high stand- {ing. The quoted at 100, however, will fall ol'i two points as soon as llie half yearly interest on i them has been paid, which will be in 'a short time, so that the Alberta bonds held at a steady 101 are iu reality better than the H. bonds at Jflb, nliluwsh only flil is offered for the Alberta bonds. Taken all round the recent Alberta sale i.s one oi the best financial deals! of the year, when KO nuwiy issues of! bonds went lu'sging and were left on I the hands of tho underwriter.1) at a' heavy loss. When it is taken into consideration that in selling bonds there i.s the umlenvriters' commis- sion to be paid, it- wijl be seen that! in gelt ing 07 after nil expenses, Pre- mier -Sifton and Hon. Malcolm Mac-' kenxie gut very close, to tun present! n. P. for la bonds, which are only nf ten year's! dtiralion. i DILLON FOUND CLARK EASY Iiidiniuipolis, N'or. jJlllon Kid Clark, of Columbus, last night, the police slopping tho bout at the end of tb0 second round. Dillon flooreil lils and tho last, time It was seen that Clark wna In no coiulitiou to continue. NO WONDER THIS CHAP WAS DEFEATED Washington, Nov. losing fi'wlit for election as representative a large from Henry B Dewey only according to his sworn statement of campaign ex] K'-'S. whieh readied South Trimble clerk rlie House of Kepresentativcf today. -I. A. Falconer, elected at large from Washington on the prcgressiv ticket, certified a total expense A'hrahnm Walter Lafffrly suears that the euliru eXpciise of his cam paign for re-okciioii to Congress from Oregon was AstKma CatarrK WHOOPIKG COUGHS SPASMODIC CROUI BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS ESTABLISH CD tHT9 A simple, S3fu unit Directive trcntnitnt foi- broi ctilal tnnitilcs, M-iltinut duslrift tho with brcatht brLMtliinK txixy, sfiiiilie nidlils. Crcaolcnc U to vil jwinrt ctiiUren H HOON (o Btiffrrcm Iror AMlimit. Scud IIB postal for ilejtrlpllvo faooblcl. ALL DRUGGISTS. AN'TtSlil'TIC TintOAT tlruiiuToMrom In af.imri. Vapo Cresolent CD. (Edited by the Letbbrldge Brunch1 The _ following extrucl is from th< speech of one of the ollicers of ih- Ohio Stiit-e- League: "Jr. will appear from those facls ;'en (.lemon, that ihe success 'vof 0111 is dcpundenl Inrgcly upon the creation ol.' :in for dri-nk Men who drink liquor, like others, will tlic, if is no new ap- peiltc created our counters will lie empty, as well as our money draw- ers. Our children will go hungry, or no must change our busrnces something more remunerative. open field for the creation of this appetite is unions lne boys. Aftor men UTO grown and tlielr habits 1'orni- ed, they rarely rhange in tliis regaixi. If. will be needful, therefore, that missionary woi-lt he done among the hoys, and I make the Biiggt'sUon, gen- titimen, that- nickels expended in treats for the boys now will return In dollars lo our I ills after tho appe- tites, have foe-en formed. Above nil tilings create appetites.'' Iffire is the full diabolism of the men bar. ifcr-iiKod by our irovfrnim as 'well as by the stale of Ohio, sot forth in plain, untarnished terms that makes a man's blood course move quickly, If be is a true imin. And further, it makes it mighly hard for fat lierhood to continue patient in thought and "uUeraiieo on this lew- peiunca question. VOTERS' LIST REVISION Cnunhrook, Xov. provincial court of revision was held OH tho hist, when tile names of 180 voters were objected to, and after hearing the facts of the .different cases U4 were struck off the Ilm. Xearly 70 new names were added. Kill sal I was present on behalf of the Liberal association, and J. Hen- derson represented the Conservatives. V. W. Foster, of Pincher Creek, is a candidate for school trustee In thai- tow u SHE WASJURPRISED When Dr. Morse's Indian Rool Pills Cured her Ohronla Liver Complaint Mrs. Winnipeg, Man into-csting slory of relief from nlmosi Intolerable sufTerings: "I can hardly tell you how great my sufferuigs have been. Chronic fctr com- plaint accompanied by biliousness wer a daily source of trial to me. Every dsv I experienced the sickening effect; of Uiesc ailments. longed for some medi- cine that shonld pcrmnncBtly drive them Hauine of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, I thought they TTOC worthy of a trial. My surprise the very first I experienced relief' k-ontrauing; with them I found my troub- rca were sloivly but surely leaving me ind before Ions I mce more knew what' It was to be free from the harassing ef- feels of (be adman that had lone sick tncd and trcakeired me. So m, ia Br. Morse's Indian PiU, M without Dr Morse's Jndiao Root PUU cure ;