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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBBIDQE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, IMB. COMPANY one Night One Night Only MONDAY EVENING NEXT, NOV, 30 SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE . . Tuesday Dec. i - Grona vauMiie opem^^ weeh The Great LA VARRE and Company Presenting their PALACE OF MYSTERIES ALSO THE NORINNE MILLS ^ THE GIRL WITH THE MIRROR ^ Latest. Moving Pictures Illustrated Songs High-class Music Citizen's Band in Attendance SAYS WOMEN IS STILL AUVE HOW TO TELL STINGLESS BEES. I,a Porte, Intl., Nov. M.-Following a day of argunicnta the caso of lluy Lamphcre charged with the niisr-dcr of Mrs. Uellu Guinness und her three children by setting firo to the Guinness house before daylight on April 28th, 1908, went to the jury at ij.SO o'cloclv this evening, at the-cJo.'�e of the llftoenth day of the trial. Attorney Worden argued for the defence, "1 firmly believo that Mrs. Guinnes.s is alive," lie dcclar�^])lem('nted by some specimens, before tlie Entomological Society, in the Museum of Natural History, the other night. "How do you distinguisl) a stiui; less boe from n stinger?" asked  n^) member of tho society. "Feel tliem," said Mr. Engelhardt. "I found more tlint stung." "Is there any distinction in their buzz?" "No, it is in their bite. Tho sting-less ones hnye blunt stingers like a clog witli filed teeth." "How about the honey''" "Oh, the stingless product lacks dash. It is like oyster stew witho'it pepper and trimmings." The specimens o� tho minus .stinger variety, like the good, die young, and there wore none hardy enough to live until they reached New Yoi-k, where everybody gets stung. J.MS J. HILL ON CANADA We have the best selection cf STOVES for you to chooi3 from. Don't fail to ask for our prices, which will interest you Is To Be Ha^^r Bros. ^ Sole AptS PHONE 75 P.O. BOX 27 (At tlio New York Olmmber of Commerce Dinner.) Our trade with Canada is exceeded in volume only by that with Great Britain and Germany. Wo think it is worth while to negotiate i-ecipro-city treaties-wliich tho Sonate quietly pigeonholes-with France; but our business with France year fell short of that with Canada by more than 15,000,000. Wo are spending some 300,000,000 on, tho Panama Canal in tha hope of enlarged trade with tho west coast of South America. Our combined trade with all tho countries on both coasts of .South America in 1908 was only a, littlo over 200,000,000. With all Asia in 1907 wo did but 30,000,000 more than with Cnliada. Hur total fomgn trade with all coimtrics has grown 18 i)cr cent, in the lost ten years. I believo that the most natural, tlio mofet rational, tho most highly profitable commercial status between Canada and tho United HtateH is absolute freedom of tratlo. fending tho arrival of that, 1 Itolievo (hat those who have the interests of ))Oth coiin-trloK at heart should work for the establishment of a tradn recilinicity in all natural products as amplo and generous as public opinion will approve. That conunorce must ovontuully movo unrestrained between those two peoples i.s self-evident. Why not strike ofV tho shackles and let it niovo freely instoait of pas'iug tho houvj- penalty of dolny? 1 do not behove that there is ono valid argument in favor of a system that makes our intornational boundary line bristle witli custom houses a.u, I do not bolieve that there Is one sound objection on the side of Canada or of tho United Stales to fuller ami freer intorcourso. WhatoVer oii the- .sti-cngt!i ur wotik-ne.sH of the economic polic.v known as l)rotection, it has no meaning or effect as applied by either one of those countries against tho other. Tho assumption of some fixed variation in tho wage level is non.soiiso. Wages do var.\-. just an they vary between Now York and Colorado, but their average under similar conditions is tho .same in tho two countries. Drspep'iia h lha prevailing maludj' of oiv'Ii:'.ed life. It IH l.xryely duo to gross errors in diet, ovor-cj'tiiig, too frro indul-guMco ill sliinulaiits and ovcrl.i.\in,j tlio .�itoriiacU witli iiuli;.;v-.ti!)li) firi.l, i?:Hilif{ too riin.ily wi\li'ii;t i-l._'\\ing tliu fuid s'.iffiei-outly, iiulu'.^i;i:4 '"'t' bisouitH, pastry, pi'.-kk's, ooiif'.'o;li>nt'i-v. etc. Cor.stipjtio!), liuadiiche, lit:vrlbiirn, sour i.onmcii, diiliwi iUier oaiinjr, b'tcliiiig of u-iiul, f.uiitucss, ^;id fulUiCHS and ,-Tliere was a fur-tlior improvement in iniliistriiil iind labor conditions during October ac-cordinj.' to tlh' November i.ssuc of the Kiiboi' Gir/.ettc. Generally s)H'aking the outlook is for a steady improv-ment of trade and general industry. Miimifacturiii^' though move acti.e than in September, was cluiraclerized by caution, r.umbor rejiinineci dull and coal mining was active tb'Ui in Se|)tember, Pretty Heiress and Her Uncle's Chauffeur. London, Nov. 1.-.\ pretty Yo"k-shire heiress has eloped with her uncle's chauffeur, and the couple are repoitec! to liave been married in Lon don. Tlie lady is Miss Marion Vint, on'y daughter of Mr. \V. W. Vint, J.P., of Brooinliilj, Keig))]y, and the cliauffenr is Bernard J. Wilkins, in tho employ of ^Ir. James Henry Haggus, of t'. i Manor, Oakworth, and of Scarborough. Miss Vint was twenty-one years of ago in September, and imder lier motlier's will lamc into a largo fortune. Shu Jiad frequently ridden in her uncle's motor car when Wilkins was in cliarge, but it was ni'ver suspected that there was any attaclnnent between the two, and tin: (loi)enuMit has occasioned the greatest snrprse .�\bnut a week ago, it is stated, Wilkins asked his employer's iiormission to talce a fortnight's lioliday. Tho request was granted, and he nnma t London. Then came the snrjjriKinc news that Miss Vint lind joined b-m in London, and it is understood that Mr. Vint, who followed liis daupliter to London on .Saturday, lias reeeivdil a telegram to th(^ effect tlint the cou pie were married. Miss Vint was very popular in tlie Keigiiley district, wliere slie eiig(igO''i ill much eliaritable work. She is an (XcelJcnt liorseu'onHin, but iiiid expressed a desire for a motor car, stating that wlleii she panie of agi' she would procure one. Wilkins, tlie chauffeur, is said to be well educated and of good family. LOU SCHOLES" LUCKY ESCAPE IN THE WOODS. Falls Into a Gully With Buck on His Shoulders-Hurt Ankle. Toronto, Nov. 21.-Lou Scholes, tho well known oarsman, who has just returned front a luuiling trip with two line deer, had a narrow escape from serious injury. "1 was crossing a long field across deep gully, carrying a buck on my shoulders, when my foot slipped, and fell 20 fe"t into the gully witli the deer on top of me," he said. "1 t 01 with my foot doubled under me. Onlv the presence of some brush whore 1 full saved my leg. As it was, T sprained my ankle." Scholes' ankle looks like a Clydes dale's fetlock, and lie is barely able to hobble around. Scholes, in di.scussing tlie relative speed of a doer and a thoroughbred horse, says tliat a deer would beat a horse a third of a mile in n mile. "I'll bet some of the bucks I saw wi'iit away from ine at a 70 iniies an hour clip," be said. "We measured one fillow's leap, and he was doing from 18 tf) 22 ffiot at every jump." Was Troubled With Weak Back For Years. Conld Not Perform Hoasohold . Duties. Doctors Attended Without Avail. MINERS WON'T WORK Red Lodge, Nov. 20.-Until the bodies of the Finnish miners who lost their lives in the fire of the east side mine of the .Wirtiiwesfi'in Ini])rove-hiiiil eoinpnny here liit-t Friday have liei'ii recovered I lie ('"iiilaiulers who comprise no (ler cent, of the work'pcr force /it the Northwestern mines, refuse to resume work, doclarinp they ivould not be sliowiiig the proper amount of respect to the dead were they to begin work now. The supi'r-stilioiis fears of the foreigners ari> believed to be nt the bottom of refusal (o lesu.iic work. h.-ir Mrs. Arch. Schnaro, Black Point, N.B., vrrites: "For years I was troubled with weak buck'. Oftontimos I havo lain in bed for ilay-s, being siiarcoly able to turn myself, and I liavu also been a great Bufferor whilu trying to perform my household duties. I had dootora attending mc without avail and tried linimuiits ana plasters, hat nothin;.; sooaied to do ino any good. I was al)out to givo up in despair when my linsbaiid induced mo to try Doaii's Kidney I'ilis, and after using two boxoa I am now wt.dl and alilo to do my work. I am positive Dciarra Kidney Pilla aro all that you claim for Ilium, and I would adviso all kidney Kiiflorors to give thoin a fair trial." Doan's Kidney Pills are a purely vegetable iiiodicine, realizing quick, permanent relief, without a'ly after ill offeotB. A ino,dicino that will absolutely care Back-;e.-lio and all forms of Kidney nnd Bladder I)isea.30. A medicine that strengthong tho kidtiova HO that tlioy aro enabled to extract the pii.sidDU.T iirio acid from tho blood and prevent tho chief cause ol Rlioumatism. T'rieo ."50 cents por box, or 3 for |L25, at all di'alLMs or Tho T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering speoify " Doan's." To the [lectors of the THE KMSER'S COLD Berlin, Nov. 'Jd.-.\ccording to a bulletin issued tlii.s iifteriiooi). from the new imlace at Potsdam, the cold with wliich the emperor is suffering eoii-liiines its iiornial course. GOES INTO LIQUIDATION Montreal, Nov. 25.-Le Cunadiun, edited by Arthur Sauve, M.L.A., of Two Mountains, has gone into liquidation. It was a wetikly. Auction Sale on Friday, Nov. 27th AT 2.;jO FRANK G. WADDINCJTON will Sell by Auction at the Mart, 410 ROUND STREET, a quantity of Useful Household FURNITURE ; i (mostly new) including Bureaus untl Stands, Beds, SorinKS und MuttressDB, Kitchen Tables, OheH'oniers, Rockers, Kitchen Oliairs, etc., nnd a quantity of Enamelled Ware. NOW ON VIEW AT THE MART  GOLD IN BLACK HILLS. Many Prospectors Will Operate on New Ground This Winter. Dawson, Nov. 20--Arrivals from Hie Black Hills district report that many men will be ojierating there this wiii-ler. One man left a few days ago 111 Work on nvi bidow. This is many miles below the centre of the pre.-.eiit paying district, but old timers and those who have been prospecting on the creek of late woubl not be surprised to SCO tho pay located near tli. mouth of the stream. The Black Hills I'oad was recently com])leted, und is reported in fijir condition, but the portion built last year contain'i, they say, u number of m\iddy places. The While Pass talked last year of switching its winter course so as to run along Black Hills and got the tiaffic of that creek, but no chu/igo fias been made, aTid the overland Hy-ei� will follow tho old course. Nov. 20, 1908. Ladies and Gentlemen: I have decided to come forward na an Independent candidate for one of the vacant seals on the City Coun-cl. I nin in favor of helping Henderson finish bis work and help to make this city eiie of the brightest and best in Alberta. I am in favor of a progressive policy with economy. I am strong the last act of the City Council in increasing Soc-Treasurer Robinson's salary $700 per year and if elected I will move that tb'.- order be rescinded forthwith- and let Robinson resign if he is not satisfied, as there ore plenty of good men in the city who would pertdrni tho duties equolly aa well as Robinson. Before I will vote for any increase, I ehall have to be shown that tho person or persona are giving tiie city value for the money paid them. Tho Works and Property Department sliuU have my close attention and if elected my poUcy will be a square deal to all ratepayers. Thanking you in anticipation of your support, I remain. Your obedient servant, DAVID Kim. 30 42 49 ;