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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ill tin-day, November 25, 1011. THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 13, THAT AWFUL BACKACHE Cured by Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound .Morton's Cap. suf- fereil two ftt.iif.le diiortlcrs, my health was rery bad and 1 had a uontimml bnukacho which was simply wful. 1 could not stand on my feet oujfh to ooolt. u meal's victuals without my hack yearly killing me, ;und I would have such dragging sen- nations 1 could ____________hardly bear it. I had soreness In side, could not slumUlghtcloUrinK, and was irregular. I was completely run down. On ad- vice I took Lydia J3. J'inkliJim's table Compound and Liver Pills and urn enjoying good health, Jt is now more than two years and J have not had an ache or pain since 1 do all my own work, washing and everything, and never have the backache any more. J think your medicine is grand and I praise it. to all my neighbors. If you think iny testimony will help others von may publish Morton's Cap, Kentucky. Backache is a symptom of organic weakness or derangement. If you: ImvR backache don't, neglect it. X ;et permanent rellelf you must reac Irhc root of the trouble. Nothing w Icnow of will do this so surely as Lydi H. Pinkham's Compound. 'Write to nrrs. IMnkhnm, Lynn, for, special advice Your letter will be absolute! Confidential, and the ad vice free 3INCHER CREEK-'HAS A 2.4LMY CLIMATE fPiucIver Creek Echo) A few days ngn the Lethbvi lernld mads considerable fuss ove he fact that a of that town, uul succeeded in growing 0112 lemon to doubt it was a wonderful achinve for but here ii 'incher Greek Mrs. M. B. Long 1m: ot only heen successfully cultivating onions for years past, but hits vel'l enjoyed some luscious frui Town on her own orange l-ree. Oi 'otli her lemon and orange tree! here is now green fruit, growing anc ho has picked a lemon crop for twt ensous in Probably' few people know of Mrs .ong's success as a grower of tropi al fruits, but few people who know ything about the Pincher Creek liniate will be.surpi'Sed to learn thai jshe has met, with remarkable success I in that line. One of .Mrs. Long's lemon trees bearing fruit at the was nr fall fair hero In.lJiltl and many Echo wfi, remember having seen'it 'there. Mrs. Long informed the. Echo or Thursday. that she has now using grown marmalade made from home fruit. K really Is :i shninc lo do it, buf from tlie above it looks as ii this was another ins'taiu-e where Pinchoi Creek had to mil Leilibridge in sec- ond place. It is probable that there will bo serious trouble on the Austrian rail- ways In th-3 near, future. Sixty per cent of (lie adult work- ers of Great Britain receive less than we-akly wages. The present membership of the In- lernattonal 'Longshoremens' associa- tion in thy United Slates and Canacl Is WOMAN'S WAY TO GET RELIEF TAKE GIN PILLS FOR UME BACK. TvKESinii, P. 0., Oxf. "I-received your sample of Gin Pilla and after using them, I felt so much better that I got a box at my druggist's and now I am taking the third box. jnin across my back and kidneys has almost entirely gone and I nm better lllall I have been for years. I strongly advise all women who suffer from Pain in the Back and Weak Kidneys, to try Gin SIRS. T. IIARKIS, Cin Pills contain the veil known me- dicinal properties of Gin as well as other curative do not contain ilcohol. Gin Pills are guaranteed by the largest wholesale drug house in the ilrilish to give complete satis- viction or money refunded, box, j for free if you write National JJrng and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limned, Dept. Toronto.- If the bowels are constipated take K'Mional Lazy Pills, box, 9ft GOOD NEWS FROM FOREIGN HELD Methodists and Presbyter ian Missionaries in China are Safe Toronto, Nov. cable tsrams mid a letter were received fron China this morning nil rontninin, good news and explaining the rejior that two American missionaries hat been murdered while working in tha interior ncnr Chens Tu. Kov. T. Egerton Shore, foreign iniBSiouan secretary of the iMethodist clwirch iu ianadii, received -ihe following cable B'ra infrom Shanghai: "There are only i fow missionaries at Chaue uhdnr he protection of the authorities who ire doing their utmost, nformalion from Cheng Tu was dated he first week in November that they were quite safe." Kev. Ur...MacKay, of the Presbyto.r- an church, received a telegram train Montreal as the result of a cable ar- there Anting that the Preshy- torhui missionaries were safe .hut "all is quiet in Honan." "We're most gratified at. tire cables today showing 'that all of the missionaries outside of Cheng Tu are safe at Shanghai, but especla" that we have a message from Shang- hai from the missionaries in 'Cheng Tu dated the first weel; in November that they are safe and stated Kov. .Mr. Shore this morning. "This cable contradicts .all of the sensa- tional reports wlllc hhave appeared In the press from Shanghai and'New York which suggested that some mis- sionaries had b-een killed." and MAY GC ON BENCH Washington. Nov. .T. Ualhoun, ot Chicago, United Stales minister to China, may be appointed an associate justice of 'the, federal supreme court to fill the vacancy cre- ated by the death of Justice John -Marshall Mailail. He is one of half a dozen lawyers who have been con- dered for this appointment in Iho confei-cnces-of President Taft and bis advisers. MARKETS LETHBRIOGE No. 1 Northern 2 Northern..... No. Northern No. 4............. No. 5 No. Ii............ No. 1 A'.berta Red No. i' Alberta lied. No. y Alherta Red -I Alberta Red No, 5 Alberta Red C Alberta Red Oats, per bushel Bariey, No. S....... No. -I...: Tlax............ MARKETS 0.75 0.60 0.57 SAVED FROM THE SURGEON'S KNIFE "FniiU-tfw" cured Appendicitis NKWBURCII, Out., Feb.'latii. 1910. "Just about u yeur'ago, our daughter Ellm (fourteen years) wns with terrible pylon in the rijjht side. We at once put her under the cure of a first-class doctor, who pronounced it a case of Appendicitis and iidvised an operation. We took her to a Hospital in Kingston where she was immedia- tely examined by eminent He Raid nhe had Appendicitis itnd must be operated on at once, if we wanted to save lier life. ciimicii SERVICES "Luckily for us and for her, ftil uncle cajue in with sonic I'riiit-a-tives' aud insisted on F.Ihi ukiug them. Good results were apparent almost from the first dose, and the treatment cured her. Fruit-a-tives saved our daughter from Hie surgeon's knife and to-day she enjbyhig the best of J. W. FOX, (Father) LILLIAN FOX, (Mother) 'Fniit-a-tives" is the only medicine in the world that will positively cure cause of Appendicitis. 5OC. a box, 6 for or trial size, 25C. At all dealers, or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. A FOOL HUNTER Chippcwii Palls, Wis., Nov. hunter who started out from- Phil- ps, WJs., in finest of deer, his wn toam of valuable horses, thlnk- ng they were deer, is the sto'ry v.'Mch us jnst reached here. The hunter rove to the wods at night, and in ookinp; for deer used a dark lantern, 'he light was thrown upon the horses' eads, revealing two pairs of staring yes. After shooting the hunter was ismayed to find th-.U he had shot ml killed his own horse. IRRIGATION SIPHON Washington, author- y of the secretary of the interior, the WKSTM1NSTHU CIll.'KCII MKT1I- A. '1. l.vilc, will preach lit the morning service, sullied, "Thi! SiilriUtal At the I'Wninis service rt'iiol'ts of the recent Sunday Convention will be given by the iTUirn dclrgatcs. Sunday school and lllhlc class 3 p. m. WKSI.KY ClIUIU'Il Kev. T. I'. I'crry, pastor, will preach at li'.-lh STrvi'.l'K. Morning subject, "Choking llif. Word." KvijiiliiK subject, "Tin of tlie Sued." .Sunday .School anil'Adult Uihle'CMnss.S p.m.' Al Mil. cvcnfng anlhrm, "O C.'oine to My Heart" will he render- ed by the choir. CYlMilAX'S UHCIIC'II (An- (j'Ui Ayr. and tlth'St iMoruing Prayer and Communion nt 11 a.m. Evensong lit '7.30 p.m. Adult Iliblc Class .School'at 3 p.m. .The Ijrothcrhonu u[ .St. An- ilrcw will meet at the close of the evening service. KN'OX CIH'HCIl I'KKSHYTEK- Hev. A. 11. Cordon. Sunilay services, 11 a.m. anil 7.30 p. tl Sunday .school and Hibir elass at- ji.iii. Westminster Guild on Momlay 8. All cordially invited. ST. ANDRUW'S of Thirteciitli street anil Siu-nth n-miius' norths-Minister, W. iryrttu, M.A. .Sunday services, 11 a. n.m. anil 7-30 p.m. Sunday school a I. 3. Society of Christian Kmleavor on Tuesday evening at. 8. i'mycr meet- ing on Wednesday evening al 8. Ev- crybody heartily welcome. ST. PAUL'S" FJKST UTIHiilAN the home of Rev. C. (Irani, 1500 Sixth Avc., S., Sunday, November aiitll.' Sunday'school 2.30 p.m. Eng- lish services 11 a.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Catechism class Wednesday 1.30 p.m. am! fiihlc study 7-30 p.m. Everybody welcome. FIRST BAPTIST CIllJHCli-Hev. W. A. Levitt, pastor, will preach at "R5Y Rye.............. 3ran, per ton dhorls............ Oats, per ton; (sacked) tolled Oats d barley, nor ton Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per !b......., Jows, per 1b. O.BO O.M .0.45 (M2 0.36 1.50 0.4B 24.00. 2G.OO 25.00 i the place of the temporary ritunc now iisod, which it Is .said, is liable to be carried out by breaking ice in the sprAig. The estimated cost of the new work is which be-2n allotted. BIG DAMAGE CASE 'ad, per Ib per Sheep: ve, per cwt Dressed, per cwt. Poultry: leese, live Turkeys 5.00 11.00 Butte, Nov. for non- suit of the damage suit of Ivato Kearney, as guai-di-an, against the A. C. .M. company, for the death of her husband, was denied this morning by Judge Lynch. The defendants then put. in their side of the case to show that the deceased exceeded bi-j direc- tions by going 400 farther into the! mine than lie had been ordered. The .iiyy was excused this afternoon until Monday morning. A net increase of 135 In tllo main- bership of tire British boilermcikors' society last month, brings the total very r.-ear -to fiu.fl'JO. Inland's industrial -troubles ar. the morning service. Hihle class at 13.11) p.m. SumUiy school and Hiblc class 3 p.m. In the evening Rev. C. C. llcl.niirin, superintendent of mis- sions for Alberta, will he the preach- er. Prayer meeting as usual ncsila.y'jUl-B p.m. A hearty lion is extended to all. FIFTH AVENL'K BAPTIST Sth Avr. and 18th .SI., north. H. McKinnon, pastor, H a'.ni'.'-and: 7'.30 p.m. Sun- day school'3 p.nij '-Prayer service .Wednesday 8 pirn1.' -Rev. C. C. Mc- Laurin, of preach at ti-mlSr ices II a. m. -ami Sunday School 12.10 ".Soul and Body." Wednesday-evening testimon- ial meeting ae S p.m. The reading room is open to everyone every day from 3 .to 5 p.m. All services arc Held in the Royal Hank block, and everyone is C'.mliaily invited to -at- tend. THK BEREAN' .HIBLE SCHOOL is held every Sunday at 3 p.m.' at 512 5th street, south. A cordial invitation is extended to both and young to attend this school. A special invitation is given to any j persons, who have been connected with churches of Christ (Disciples) elsewhere. GERMAN LUTH- will he held al 710 Sixiecnlh St., Nonli 10.30 a.m. and will he conducted S.S. LAURENTIC LARGEST, NEW- S.S. MEGANTIC EST, FINEST 566 Feet Long IN About Tom CANADIAN 67 Feet Wide TRADE ONK CLASS S. S. TEUTONIC CAU1N SERVICE S. S. CANADA The Largest and Fittest Steamen Currying only ouu class (11) of cabl pussongorB. The best accommodation at moderate rates. Unsurpassed third-class on all steam cvs. REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS btnadn .......................NOT. Meoantic ...................Nov. 1 Teutonic Oct. 21, Nov. 1: Laurentlc............Oct. 28, Nov. 2 CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS TEUTONIC Dec. 2. Doc. U.' Dec.' H.1 Reservations of classes now early. AMERICAN STAR LINE LEYLAND STAR LINE Sailings from Boston, New York ant Philadelphia to Queeiietown, .Liver pool, Plymouth, Cherbourg (Frisco) Southampton, London, Dover and Ant werp. Largoit and Finest in the World OLYMPIC W. M. McLEOD, C. W. P. A. 333 Main St., WINNIPEG, SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS On Sale Nov. 10 to Dec. 31, via. Mont- Portland, Halifax, Boiton, New to return within B monthi. LOCAL AGENTS S.B.Mitchell. C.P.R.-H.Macbeth, G.N.R TOBACCO HABIT. ltf. tor ttin weed in ft few A iclnc-, find on If tonobinf tbe uc with It Price LIQUOR HABIT vellounrffiulU from taking hii remedffor liquor habit. Sife und InerpflnslTe homo reutuieiit no bjrpodermlc Injections, 110 pub- licity, no low of tirao from baniDssi, aud A cure gtiituiteeJ. ftroDio, Ctwulsk TOLD USUAL YARNS Chicago, Dec. women for- nne tellers were arrested yesterday. They are Mrs. Hannah Diamoud and Irs. Rosle Brownstoin. They told Detective Michael Wels- laum lio would become wealthy and aid they learned it from the cards hat were confiscated. The-Diamond wonvan told me I vould fall in love with a blonde girl nd marry said Detective bauiii. "The Brown-stein ,woman said that I was. engaged to -a dark and that I would marry in a fow days. They both said that I would bi wealthy." THIS IS REALLY LOVE YVausau, Wis., Nov. and .Mrs. Gustiiv Schoepke of this city have an interesting nuptial record. They were married' at Wausau id are the parents of eleven child- ren. They were married to each other three times. They -were divorced and an action for the third di- vorce is now pending in the courts, the wife being 'the complaining wit- ness. In each case the husband Is charged with cruel and inhuman treat- ment. SARAH IS SORE Paris, Nov. Bernlmrdt indignantly denies tlie report that she is to marry Lou Telregon, a'25 year 3ld Flemish actor who has been play, ing subordinate parts in her com- LcthbridRC it! When an Interviewer called at Mine. Bernhardt's house tonight to inquire 0.20 j disappearing one by one. The Dub- 0.15 jlin timber yard strike has now been Jacks Geese, per Ib....... Butter and Eggi: Dairy butter........ Jreamcry butter }ggs, 'otatoes, per cwt. Jotatoes, per ton Beets, per Ib........ Jafrrota, per 1b...... TnrnipH, per Ib.. labbage, per Ib. Inious, per Ib........ Celery, per Ib........ 'ftrunips, per Ib..... jay: ultivated hay, In bulk eed: ata, sacked, per ton ran, per cwt........ ran, per ton........ borts, per ton...... rushed wits, per ton oiled oats, per ced wheat, per cwt. perton idet: rffan, per Ib.... ilreii ry.............. beep, peit, each amb skins........ lleaTllngH orne bides, giwen..... bides, dry 12V4 0.18 0.4S 1.30 to LS5 25.00 to 35.00 0.02 0.02 1VS 0.03 0.10 0.03. H.OO lo 1G.OO ........21.00 1.20 24.00 24.00 '26.00 2.7B to 2.00 .1.20 25.00 814 ..SVi tq'8 0.10 lo 0.15 0.30 to 0.75 0.26 to 0.40 io 0.2? 1.00 2.00 0.75 to 2.011 orse hair, main nnd tall, per II) 0.25 In I'llnols a slutt coinmlKition not ng agr> recommended a schedule 1 compenaathin for death or Injury edal mines. Hngllih l.lllWHj- companies have do- dod to Incrciiae the rateB of wnpea %all the lower gj-ade mon if) their aervlco, SICK HEADACHE 4 Symplon ot Troubles Which art Remcveil fcy Morse's Indian Pflls. Sick headachci ire not merely affliction! to be borne patiently is possible they ire danger signals. They never come unless the digestive lystem is out of order, ind their regular recurrence ii proof positive of tenons trouble and i warning that ihould be promptly. Sick headaches caused by tion. Biliousness or Constipation, and no of "headache powders" will do more than temporarily relieve them. The only way to get rid of them entirely is to cure the Constipation or Indigestion (hat ii causing them, t'nd nothing will do this quicker or more effectively than Dr. Mtnt'i Kett Pills. Dr. Mor.ic'.i Indian Root Pills MFC purely vegetable !n character, and ire free from any harmful drug. For over fifty years they have been tit constant use in Cintda, ind proved most effective in regulating the aiding digestion, banishing lick headaches and rwering vigorous health. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilli have stood the text for over fifty years, sjc. at all dealers. W. H. Comstoek Co., Brockvillr, Oni, 7 the Rev. O. A. Urolh in the German langtiago. 'The Gcrmnn-speaUIng pop- ulace ts cnnluilly GREAT NORTHERN MONTANA EXTENSIONS Nov. F. Hervin, in charge of all (.Jrcat Northern en- gineering work in Montana, Is in town tortny from Great Falls and said there was no occasion for the reticence re- garding the company's plans in 0911- nection with the construction of the line from Moccasin to Lewistpwn. The right of way hns now all been secured between the two points iind through the city, Mr. H-ervin says the contract may be awarded for the work at any time, but it will some little time journalist who had been on tlie same crrantl was making a Ivasty exit having barely caped having his ears boxed. Jlmc. Darnhardt .received the sec- ond inquirer iiolltely. She had dim- ity In .finding words to expreis her opinion of the stupidity oE the port. CHRISTMAS Excursion Hates Great Britain, Ireland, Scantiiwia, and The CMtintit On Sale Daily Nov. 10th to Dec. 31st ST. LAWRENCE SAILINGS Empress of Ireland .Frl. Nov. 17 Lake Champlaln .Thur. Nov. 23 ST. JOHN-LIVERPOOL Empress of Britain .Fri. Dec. 1 Lake Manitoba .....Sat. 9 Empress of Ireland .'.Fri.'Dec. 15 Complete detjiils and berth reservations from any Railway Agent, or'write J. S. CARTER, Qen'l. Agent, 450 Main St., Winnipeg. i, WINTER EXCURSIONS I TO SUNNY- CALIFORNIA INCLUDING BERTH AND MEALS Unusually low rales from SEATTLI on VICTORIA TO SAN fRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES AND MCK.............. 53.50 SAN WE GO AND BACK................._ 57.00 SAKTA BARBARA AND 50.00 REDONDO BEACH AND BACK........ 53.50 SAN PEMO AND 53.50 SPMO VOUI WINIll W CAIIFMMA Travel by Sea on the biff record-breakinK ocean pasienser ileamsbips I'KKSIOEHT" or "GOVEBHOR." SAILINGS FROM SEATTLE 9 P. M. Thursdays 9 P. M. TnMdajl FROM VICTORIA 8 A. M. WldSMdHI DDW free illuitratri folder eoatiiDB Ihesaloivralos Write to-day for ;i copy to NIBLOCK It TULL, OltklN EXCHAN9C P. C. W. ANDREWS. P PACIFIC COAST Oo. 1I3JAMEBST. BEATTLK, WASH. The sboe and leather industry of Jhlle gives employment to per- ons. mm mmu in. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route'to London on Ton Floating Palaeei. Next Sailings from Montreal: GEORGE OCT. IS ROYAL EDWARD NOV. 1 ROYAL GEORGE NOV. 15 Xmas Sailing from Halifax ROYAL EDWARD NOV. Z9 ROLAY GEORGE Dec. 18. Rates Paasafe: 1ST CLASS t. UPWARDS 2ND CLASS J63.75 UPWARDS 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'doo J82.50 Further information from S. B. Agent C.P.Hy: H. Macbeth, Oitr Ticlnet Art., G. N. Ry., or writs to GENERAL AGENT, STREET WINNIPEG A. H. DAVIS, The. Label league Of thte Cleveland federation now, includes 25 unions. 7t costs a week: to support'a girl n Chicago, while the average paid is ?H a week. SURELY SETTLES UPSET. STOMACHS INDIGESTION, GAS, SOURNESS OR DYSPEPSIA VANISH JN FIVE MINUTES Every year regularly inoro than a million'stomach sufferers the Unit- ed States, England and Canada take to begin npcrallons. A. good deal Diapepsin, and rcallEG not only work con no done during the winter, immediate, but lasting relief. ,'ncl it will doubtless start between Tills harmless preparation will ill- Uwistown and the river, where steam shovels will be employed. A good deal will also be doife on the bridge across the Juditli this winter. Early In the spring the team? will be put the lighter work anil tlie grading will b-a put through rapidly.and be completed by September 1. WANT SANE CHRISTMAS Chicago, Nov. has only been within tli'o last feiv years that a sane lias been observed. Tllo 'slaughter of the Innocents" has bflen so great Ibat at last, the bnrbarinu lltpulso to discharge dangerous plosives Is being rapidly suppressed. The next step is the illmination of lie Christinas tree and holiday coiiil'lagratloii. This is even worsa linn t.ho Fourth, for in t.ho ormer one often meant tha Ives of several children. Thousands of residences have been destroyed lack of cure at Cbrtutmaz. GOLD FROM ALASKA Seattle, N'ov. bullion valu- ed nl nearly wns brought from Maslsa by tan steamship Cumcan, vlilch arrived last night from Skog- WilJ', _ gest anything you eat and overcome :i sour, gassy or ouL-of-ortler stomacl five minutes afterwards. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what yo.u eat lies like a lump ot lead in or if you have heartburn. Iliat is a sign of Indiges- tion. Gel. from your Pharmacist a oO-cont case of Pai'c's Diapepsin and take a dose Just, as soon as you can. There will lie. ilo aonr risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling In tho stomach, Nausea, Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness or Intestinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, (hero will be no aour food left over iu the Htomaoh to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Papo's Diapepsin is a certain cure for out-of-ordor stomachs, because it takes hold of your food and digests it just the ennie If your stomach wasn't there. Relief In five minutes from all stom- ach misery 18 waiting for yon at any drug store. These large eases contain more than sufficient, to thoroughly cure almost any case of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, or any other stomach dii- order, Auction Sale Unreserved Sale'of. Household Furniture Wednesday, November 29 2 P. M. at WOS, London Koad Consisting of .Dining .Room and board, Hall Stancl, Couch, Cupboard, Electric Bending Lamp, several Bedroom. Suites com- plete, Carpets, Bedding, Kitchen Range, Cooking Utensils, etc.. This furniture been in a short tinie ami is of good quality and in splen-. did condition and will he sold for cash, with- out reserve on the above date and place by' H. GALVIN CO. Phone 1425. Auctioneers, Balinorni Blk. At Alberta Stockyards, Galgary To Be Sold At' Public Auction FOB, RESERVE IJnder'iiistnicfcioiis for S. Eaircl, Esq. 197 Head of Horses Cojisisting ol' Matched Tennis, weighing from- 1400 to 1600 pounds; 2. 3, and 4 year old Mar- es mill Geldings, broken and unbroken, Year- lings mid Sucking Colls. Thursday, November 30, 1911 At- One O'clock, by Jordison Bros. Co. Auctioneers The votluc horses will lie sold in carload lots, or in lots to suit purchasers. Matured, broken hoiyes wlil be sold singly or in learns, unbroken horses in car loads. Full particulars from The Auctioneers, I'. O. Box Calgary ;