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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBBlDOt, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, llOtf. One Night Only SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE The Great LA VARRE and Company Presenting feeir PALACE OF MYSTERIES NORINNE MILLS THE ilRL WITH THE MIRROR Latest Moving Pictures Illustrated Songs High-class Music Citizen's Band in Attendance SAYS WOMEN IS STILL ALIVE La Porte, Ind., Nov. ing a arguments the case 'of Kay Lamphcre charged .with the mur- der of Mrs. Belle Guinness and her three children, by setting 'fire to the Guinness house before daylight on April 28th, 1908, went to tho jury Feel Them, Says Mr. Engdhardt Most-cf Them Sting. Kew York, bees were pursued rhrough Guatemala all last summer by G. P. Engelhatdt, and he put forth the results of his chase, supplemented by some specimens, be- fore the Entomological Society, in the Museum of Natural History, the other night. "How dy you distinguish a less bee from a asked n member of tlie society. UMESJ.H1LL at" 5730 'o'clock This- evening, at t close of the fifteenth day of the trial. Attorney Warden argued for the de- fence, "I firmly believe that Mrs. Guinness is he He dwelt'on. the incidents'of the day be- fore the fire and. ;.decldred that thej showed that Mrs.' Guiness was. pre- pared to Ho contended that, 'identification of the bodies found in the fire ruins we.s said" Mr. Ehgelhardt "I found more 'that -l'Is there, any distinction in ON CANADA To Be Dyspeptic is To Be Miserable. AN ROMANCE their it js in their bite. The sting- less ones haye blunt .stingers like a dog-'with filed (At the New York Ghambev of Com- merce Dinner.) Our trade with Canada, is exceeded in volume' only by that with Great Britain and Germany. We think it is -worth." while to negotiate recipro- city the Senate quiet- ly France; but our business with "France year fell short of that with'Canada by more ihan We axe spending some ore the -Panama Canal in the 'enlarged trade with the west coast Ameri Our combined trade >vith ;all The judge's instructions to the jury were largely, technical. Late tonigkt the jury after having failed to reach an agreement, w.ent to Ixjd. "How about the "Oh, the stingless product lacka dash. It is. like oyster stew pepper and trimmings." The pi, the minus 'stinger variety, like the young, and there were "none, hardy enough to live until they reached; York, where everybody gets stung. We have the best selection "cf STOVES for you to choose from. Don't fail to ask for otir prices, which will interest you is tha prevailing t malady of ivilized life. It is Largely due to gross rrors in 'diet, over-eating, too free gcnco in stimulants with indigestible tntiiig-t witlviLt ehswing the' fixxl suffici- inducing i-i hot parity, pjrkles, confectionery, etc. -t '-j.-: headache, heartburn, sour b'lChing.of and ara a few of the many d'stres-.iisij syisutoms of the poor, wear} dvspeutic. Burdock Bbol Bitters rigu the sccratioa wind, fahitucss, fulbics 6f the a :d countries "on both, coasts ofj South merica in" 1908 was only' a lit'tl vcr With all Asfai 907 we did but mor ban with Canada; Ecr; total foreign rade-with" all: countries has; ;grown; cent -in the last ten years. I believe -that the onost j most rational, the most highly pro- But< facilitate Uncl LOU ESCAPE IN THE WOODS. I Hayr Bros. PHONE 75 liable commercial status between Ca- nada and tho United States is abso- utc freedom of tragic. Tending the arrival of thixt, I believe that those who have "the interests ofboth coun- tries at-heart should work for the cs tablishnient of a'trade reciprocity in all.natural products ns and generous ns public opinion will prove. That commerce must eventually move .unrestrained between these two peoples is self-evident. Why not strike off the shackles and let it move freely of paying the 'heavy penalty of I do not tnat there is one vnlid nrgvtment in favor of system that makes our-intenuttional boundary line bristle with custom houses and forces every dollar's worth, of trade, between them to show it. passport' rind pay its entrance fee-, do not believe that there is one sound objection on the side of Canada or of the United States to fuller and freer intercourse. 'removes- acidity, purifies ;tho blood, and tones up-tho system to'ful hailLh and vigor, and thereby cures dys- pepsia and all its tributary.diaoaa'-s. Mr.'AmnA S.uvler, Gold .'JV.vcr, 2tS., VMS greatly .troubled with ;ia, and af< cr trying several doctors Ject, I commented. Uking Burdock BiLtcrs and I think it tho. best medicine there is for that complaint." For Sale at M Druggists and WAS FOUND" GUILTY. Port Arthur, Ont.. Nov. r being out 20 minutes the jury in the ease- of Tomliiirfoiv, charged, with :-im- pcwonntion at Dexter poll, returned verdict of n recommen- lation for mercy. Pretty Heiress and Her London, Nov: A -pretty -Yo'-k- -sliire heiress has with her" un- cle's chauffeur, and the couple -are reported -to have beau married in Lon dbh. :The lady is Miss Marioh Vint, on1. v daughter of Mr. W.-W. Vint, J.P., of Broomhill, Keighly, and the chauffeur is Bernard J. Wilkins, in1 the 'employ of Mr. James Henry Haggas, of tl.V Manor, Oakworth, and of Scarbor- ough. Miss Vint was twenty-one years of 7age in September, and under her mother's will came into a large for- tune. .She had frequently ridden in her xincleV motor car when Wilkins was in charge, but it was never sus- pected that there was any attachment between the two, and the elopement has occasioned the greatest svirprse Falls Int? a Gully With. Buck on Hi< Ankle. Toronto, Nor. the well known oarsman, who has just re- turned from, a hunting trip with two fine deer, had a narrow escape from serious-in jury. r "I was crossing a long field across a deep gully, buck on my shoulders, when my foot slipped, and fell 20. into the gully with the deer on top .of he said. "I t '11 with my foot doubled under me. Onlv the presence of some brush where I fell saved my leg. As it was, T sprained my ankle." "Scholes1 ankle looks like a Clydes dale's he is barely able to hobble around. Scholes, in discussing the relative speed of a deer and a thoroughbred iorse, says that a deer would beat- a horse a third-of a mile-ima mile7 bet some of the bucks I saw went away from me at a 70 miies an hour he said. "We" measured Was Troubled With Weak Back For Years. LASOR CONDITIONS Ottawa, Nov. was a-far- ther irnprovfmoni in industrial nnd .About a week ago, it is stated, Wil- kins his employer's permission to take a .fortnight's holiday. The request was granted, find IIP. cuffie London. Then came the surprisinc news that Miss Vint had joined hnu in Londoji, and it is understood that Mr. Vint, who followed his daughter to London on Saturday, has a.telegram to the effect that the cou pie were married. Miss Vint was very popular in the Keighley district, where she engaged in much charitable work. She is an e-xcellent horsewoman, but had ex- pressed a desire for a motor car. stat- ing she pame of shr would procure one. Wilkins, the one, fellow's' leap, and he was doing from IS to 22 feet at every jump." MINERS WON'T WORK Red Lodgo, Nov. the labor conditions during October ac- cording to the November issue of the Labor Gazott.-. Generally speaking the outlook is for a steady ment of trade and general industry. Manufacturing though more than in September, was characterized by cantion. Lumber remained dull nnd coal mining .was less active thin in September. chauffeur, is said to be well educated and of good family. bodies of the Finnish miners who lost their lives in the fire of the east side. of the STorthwestern Improve- nt company here last Friday have been recovered the Finlanrters who comprise 50 per cent, of the working force at the Northwestern, mines, re- fuse to resume work, declaring they would not be showing the proper amount of respect to the dead they to besrin work now. The stitious fears of the foreigners Relieved to be at the bottom of ih fusnl to resume work. Could Not Perform .Duties. Atteadod Without Avail. Mrs. Arch. Schnare, Black Point, N.B., writes: "For years I troubled with weak Oftentiraoa I have lairvfp. bed for days, being scarcely able to turn my- self, and I ha vo also been a great sufferer while trying to perform .my household duties. I had doctors attendin me with- out avail anil tried liniments and plasters, but nothing seemed to do any good. I was about to give up in despair when my husband induced me to try lean's Kidney Pills, and after using two boxM lam now well and able to do my work. 'I posi- tive Doans Kidney Fills are all that you claim for I would advise all kidney sufferers to give tham.a J-Boon's Kidney Pills are purely table medicine, realizing quick, 'immanent .relief, without a'..y ill effects. A medicine that will absolutely cure Back- ache and all forrni of Kidney Bladder Disease. A medicine that strengthens the kiduevi so that they are enabled to extract we poisonous uric acid from the blood and pre- vent tho chief causo of Rheumatism. Price 50 cents per box, or SJ-for'f all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., LimiUd, Toronto, Ont. In onieriag specify To the [teeters of tta City of THE KMSER'S COLD Berlin, According to a bul- letin this afternoon from the, now palace at Potsdam, tho cold with which the emperor is suffering con- tinues its normal course. GOLD !N BLACK HILLS. Many Prospectors Will Operate on New Ground This Winter. Daw.son, Nov. from Black Hills district report that many men will be operating there this win- few days aco ness of the economic policy known as protection, it has no racnning or ef- fect as applied either one of these countries against the crther. The as- sumption of some fixed variation In the wage level is nonsense. Wages do vary, just as they vary between New York and Colorado, but their Average under similar conditions is tho same in the two countries. ler. One man left a M wort rvn 4fiO holow manv I Auction Sale on Friday, Nov. 27th GOES INTO LIQUIDATION Montreal, Nov. Canadian, iVHl bv Arthur _Saave. M.L.A.. cf I Two Mountains, has gone into liqxn- [dation. It was a weekly. AT 2.30 FRANK G. WADDINGTON will Sell by Auction at the Mart. 410 ROUND STREET, a quantity of Useful Household FURNITURE (mostly new) including Bureaus Stands, Beds, Springs and Mattresses, Kitchen Tables, CheffoEiers, Rockers. Kit chen Chairs, etc., and a quantity of Enamelled Ware. OISI VIEW AT THE MART miles below the centre of the present paying district, but old timors and who have been prospecting on tho crock of would not be sur- prised to see. the located near Mia month of ihe stroam. Black Hills road was recently completed, is reporter! in fair condition, but the portion built last year contains, they say, a number of rriiiddy places The White Pass talked last year o switching its winter course so us to run along Black Hills and got the traific of that., creek, .-but no ch has been made, and the overland era will follow the old course Nov. 20, 1908. Ladies and Gentlemen: I decided to come forward as an Independent candidate for one of the vacant on the City Coun- c'l. I am in favor of helping Hen- derson finish bis work and help to make this city ene of the brightest and best in Alberta. I am in favor of a progressive policy with economy. I am strong again.it the act of the City Council in increasing Sec.- Treasurer Robinson's salary per year and if elected I will move thai et Robinson resign if he is not sfied, as there are plenty of good men in the city who would perform the duties equally as well as Robin- son. Before I will vote for any in- crease, I shall have to be shown that the person or persons are firing ihe city value for the money ptid The Works and Property Department shall have my close attention and if elected my policy will be a deal to all ratepayers. Thanking you in anticipation ot your support, 1 remain, Tear ohedwnl servant, DATIB UNO, ;