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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta %r ty THE HERALD November Affected Coughs A oMffe or cold it amctad HATfflEirS SYRUP x Tar art M liver Oil It. not only relieves instantly it cnrestke trouble, and puts the system injsetter shape to'-tesist future attacks. The most suc- cessful Cough. Remedy in Ca- nada is Mathieu's Syrup. bottle 35 cents, from all dealers. PORTUGUESE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS REVOLT Uprisihg Island of Macao Creates Alarm-- Demand Made to Enforce Changes m Administration WAS IERRIBLY AFFLICTED WITH LAME BACK. CIUID NIT SWEEP Thrw low rf mounted a cannon. An interview liie governor was requested, and Distributors for Western Canada FOLEY BROS. LARSON COMPANY Edmonton, Vancouver, Sas- FOOND GUILTY OF BREAKING ACT .Bohert Scott, proprietor Crtv Eatery, w-as this morning found guilty or breaking the Lord's Day -Observaace Act; by selling ten cents' orth of buns to a railroadman on Sunday, Oct. 16'tfi last. He was let -on on suspended -sentence, 2sot; be- ,irig a-licensed restaurant Deeper, Mr. Scott's case was the. only one of the j seven started that the not withdrawn by 'the attorney-general oi ,lhe province. The case was started last Satur- day, C, P. P. Conybeare, K.G., agent foe the attorney-general prosecuting, .and was adjourned, in ord'er that the j -police-migiiu Tnake further enquiries' for the men whose names were taten ".fey the" police officer as They were t leaving th% store. The attorney-gen- j eral's agent did not iurn up this moming and Chief. Gillespie was com pelled to prosecute the case. He call- ed'Cvril H. Jones, a railroad man who. admitted buying Tten cents' of biscuits on Sunday, Oct. ISth. "He explained that he was sick and hungry and .knew of no other .place where he could obtain the bis- cuits.. He -would not have bought but, lie was called and Jinew that he must eat something Mr. Scott explained that he was a" licensed baker and was ac- customed to supply railroad crews with "bread and biscuits when they .out to" work. They were ra'ird, out on Sundays and ed .the food just as much those days a.-, olhcr days. The magistrate, how- him imposed Macao, Island ot Macao, China, Nov. Portuguese troops of the local garrison and the the Portuguese guuboat Patria revolted point QI- the bayonet. last night- and taking possession 01 j Tile was compelled to heed the city, proceeded to enforce the their demands, which were expulsion changes in the administration ot the ot" religious organizations, increasing afn'rs oi this draendencv of Port'u--i "lhe pa-v Ior army and navy; tbe sup" jpression ot" the newspaper "Yida gal. llie rebels cont-mued in control righting o( alleged wrongs stiff-ered by soldiers and sailors. Un- der the government granted ev- ery deir-and. at Hong Kong Hong Kong, Nov. is in- tense anxiety here, and, foreign con- suls are ma-iung urgent inquiries re- garding the security or citizens of their countries and their property in Macao. The Chinese Viceroy has been warned to have troops in readi- ness for action. British authorities the have sent a gunboat to the scene to- British citizens of Macao are now Government House, belore which, they arriving here. being The'revolt-, began with the landing j of the -sailors of the Patria, who j marched to the public square, where j they fired, three :v0Ueys as a signal to who a-t once forcid an en- i trance, to -the armory and arming themselves, joined 'the seamen. Sever- al hundred ,ihe rebels proceed-: ed TO Santa Clara .convent from j which 'they drove out the nuns, ordex- i ing them" to leave the island. Tfte ih 'nuns fed to Hong Kong. From ot uic convent the" rebels marched to Mtr. It herd to do homework weak And aching back. Backache from sick kidneys, and what a lot of trouble sick kidneys But they can't help it. If work is put on them than they cart stood it is not to be wondered they get out of order. Weak back is simply warning from the kidneys and should be attended to immediately so as to avoid years of terrible suffering from kidney trouble. Mrs.'N. Larmour, Smith's Falls, Ont., pleasure in writing you, stating the benefit I have received by using Doan's Kidney Pills. About a year ago I was terribly afflicted with lame back and was so bad I could not even sweep my own floor. I Ad- vised to try Doan's Kidney Pills, which I did, and with the greatest benefit. I j only used three boxes and J am as- well as ever. I highly recommend these pills to any sufferer from lame back or kidney trouble." Price 50 per box, or 3 for at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Chit-. If ordering direct tpetifr "Dcan'i." ASK YOUR FRIENDS' FRIENDS TO HELP YOU IN THE CONTEST The Right Kind of an Endless Chain is the Road to Success The Workers Will Get the Prizes Are You Out to Win VOTING DAY SATURDAY DR. F.A. COOK CONFESSES FAILURE Admits that he Did Not Find the Pole-Pleads Justification New York% Nov.. Frederick A. Cook has confessed. His "own will appear- in the January number of a well known magazine. Ele thinks he made, a mistake in say- ing he got to the North Pole, He. appeals for the "sympathy and confi- dence of his fellowmeh" regarding his bona fides. "Fully, frantlv and free- ly I shall-tell said, "and the-decision with, you. If after reading my story you say Cook were constructed, instead of cent more than the the propos j is sincere and honest, but half, crazed The first standing of the candidates will be printed on -Monday next. All accumulat- ed newspaper coupons and subscription certificates de- posited in .the ballot box- at the. contest office or received on -Monday morning by mail will be included in'this stand- ing-. number of votes. The best races are tne ones' in which all contestants start The contest is just present is at the out nearly even. starting-, aud at "take When the vote of the candidates ap- pears next Monday, it Is not expected that many will start out with a great It is nbt.newwary to vote subscrip- tion as issued. Do not make the mistake, however, of turning-Jn subscriptions, receiving- the voting certificates, taking them home, and then expecting tbe votes to ap- to your credit. If you want your score to increase, deposit your voting certificates in the ballot" 'box at the contest office. The voting contest is a business pro- position with the Herald. Consider- able time was .taken to select the right kind -Of prizes. The division of territory and -'apportioning of the prizes, in order that aS candidates competing would 'be given an equal chance, was another matter that re- quired much thought. The resultant prize list and districting of the can- didates certainly does give an equal cnance. No such thing as one candi- date "tailing; down" all that is gooi. Confidential to1 Don't go Into the contest edly, but go after the prizes in a man- ner creditable to yourself and friends. Be enthusiastic. Once you get a start, it is easy. The first few- votes are the hardest to get. Once you show you are in earnest, people will watch every day for your stand- ing and unconsciously they .become interested in you. The Herald Is help- ing to-introduce you to the people of tnis vicinity, nundreds of In many cases there art votes waiting for you, CRITICISM OF PLANS OF OVERHEAD BRIDGE Qty EngMer Arnold Finds Fault With Alter- native Plan Suggested Matter of kCost, Damages and Future Requirements There have been repeatedly sttgges- ibill- or Tenth tions made that the Coutts street I Another argument advanced by bridge would be vastly ini- those advocating ramps are that witu proved if it could "be so constructed the trestle the city will very prob- that no trestle work would he neces- ably mid itseii tip" against heavy sary across First avenue and along land damages. iS'o private property Coutts, or Ninth street, for half a will be anected at-all if the ramps block. It has been urged that if what arc used. Tney oelieve that' the ac- are known in. engineering parlance as tual cost of ramps will not be one as suggested in the plans. First avenue couid be left clear and-ihe unsightly fill down the. mid- dle of Ninth street entirely obviated. These ramps, which are slopes run- ning down in opposite sides, at right angles to the bridge and parallel to ed trestle and liil. i Kagineer Arnold -sees objections to'the -suggested The Jirst is that the intersection ot street and First; avenue, and j.by months of several ;-and-that' he believed''he reached .the plan. f'Pbk, that he. is not'a fakir, then J. 'shall be says that at the.-time he convinced himself that he The Names of Those so Far Nominated DIVISION A, At least one of the grand go to thic-division. District No. that part of the City of Lethbridge lying north and east of the following boundary: Third Ave.; from First Street to Sixth Street, south on Sixth to Fourth Ave., east on Fourth, Ave. to Eleventh St, south on Eleventh to city limits. At least two of the prizes go to this district. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, corner Tenth St. and Second Ave. South. MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Argyle St. ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBeth St. CAMPBELL AIRD, 1302 Seventh Ave. South CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and Westminster. HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance Ave. District No. that part of the city of Lethbridge lying south and west of the above boundary. At least two of the prizes go to this district MISS AGNES DOWSETT, Sixth Ave. South and Tenth St. MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 406 Fifth Ave. South. MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A. South. MME, E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South. B. At one of the grand prizes go to this division. District No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- wiuch can be had for the asking. Candidates in the Contest The candidates having the highest vote at the close of the contest will awarded the MoLaughlin-Buick automobile. The candidate having the highest vote in the division other than the one in which the auto Is -won will be awarded the coronation or ?500 in After the candidates winning the auto and coronation trip have been eliminated from the contest the can- didate standing highest in. the entire contest will fee awarded the 'build- ing lot, regardless of division or dis- trict of the contest After the of the three grand prize winners have9 been eliminated trom the list of candidates, the can- standing first and second ia each of the four, districts, will be awarded the vacation and purses of vacation trip or to the one standing first and the purse of gold to the one with the second highest vote. The. boy-or girl with the highest vote in the-" pony of the con- test will foe awarded, the- SBfetland pony, harness and buggy. All-other candidates will be allowed ten cents- on each dollar's worth of 'subscription money collected. tish Columbia over population, district At least two of the prizes go to this the proposed sue of the briilge is the highest point on First avenue, ON U1N Kingston, ATov. so. A G. T. R. pass- j is unused for tracks and enger train crashed into a mixed never' will be, and even if freight near Old Gananoque Junction, Protrude onto Both .trains wtre badly wrecked but luckily no persons were injured. The engineer applied the reverse brake be- fore jumping. First avenue, it is said could be -buil t street sloping on rapidly uom the thai For Dyspepsia You Trying This probably The raiiroarl commission will not aJ- they did low the approaches to such a bridg the avenue somewhat, to be any steeper than a.five per the latter is plenty wide enough, to cent, grade, consequently the ramps stand it. They would make a much would have to be about "a block and a half long on each side. He believes the cost pi ramps would also be double the cost of the planned ap- more attractive appearance than a st-eel or wooden trestle across the street, especially if supported by a concrete retaining wall. It might be advisable to move the bridge hali a block" runner east than at present proach and thinks a couple of .arches across .First avenue will not be at all, objectionable. Risk Nothing by Remedy "We want every one troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia to come to our store and obtain a box of'Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. They contain Bis inuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin prepared by a. process .which develops their greatest power to overcome digestive disturbance. Reiall Dyspepsia Tablets arc Very pleasant to' take. They soothe the ir- ritable, weak stomach, strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs, relieve nausea and indigestion, pro- mote nutrition and bring about a feel ing of comfort. Jf you give Rexall Dyspepsia Tab- lets a reasonable trial we will return your. moErey if you are not satisfied With the result. Three sizes, 25 cents, 5V0 cents and" S.l.00. Remember you obtain Rcxall Remedies only at J. 'D. .Higinbotham Co., Special cpntemplatjefl in order that the hot- The matter will probably come up torn of the ramps be brought oppo- for discussion at the next meeting of site Coutts.or .Ninth street and Cut- the council. PUBLIC MEETING [PUBLIC ANNOY had discovered the .gpler.he, was half mad, after two and "a., half years of hunger and privation which'would un- balance any mind, Cook declares that it is impossible for any man to dem- onstrate that he has .been to the North Most of the time during his exile he has been living openly in London. BUILDING RECORD FOR NOVEMBER TUESDAY NIGHT Acting Mayor Bowman this afternoon issued notice of a public meeting of the ratepay- ers, to be held, next Tuesday evening at eight o'clock in Caledonian Hall for the dis- cussion of municipal matters. The meeting In" lieu of the one it, has been customary in the past to hold at the time nominations are held. PRES. "CHESKY" The Original Cherry Whiskey Distilled and Bottled by Messrs. Eremy Pils. CIialonii.es. Prance Awarded GKRASD PRIX'at St. Louis 1904: and at Milan 1906. Salem, Oregon, KOV. Elliott, president of the Northern Pa- j ciric Railway Company, who was the principal speaker at the second day's session of the Oregon Dex-elopment beague convention last night, roundly scored the people: for interference tnrough railroad commissions, legis- latures and bureaus in the manage- ment of railroads, a business of which he says, they have no knowledge. "Of late years everybody, and by that I mean people at .large through their- legislatures, commissions, and bureaus, have -been undertaking to j regulate and manage some large parts j of .business, particularly said Mr. Elflott. "The result is that people whose jreai business it is to manage rail- j roads, I mean ,the owners and the men j they employ, are becoming, discourag- ed by being interfered with by every- body, and there is danger that this interference will produce a condition where railway business is nobody's business." The number of building permits is- sued during the month of November ending tonight will be, in excess oi the I number issued the cofrespond- ing Jastl but the total value of the buildings for which per- mlts takeil QUt Tnu.be.somewhat- Jess. Last year the ligures for IMov- were twenty-seven permits tak- en out, and a total value pi' -This y-car- ihe figures .ior the month MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Raymond, Aita. MISS MARY McKENZJE, Macleod, Alta. MRS. PARKE'SOUTHWORTH, Pincher Creek, Alta. D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat, Alta. JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hosmer, B. C, JOSEPH Alta. D. W. COULTER, Taber, Alta. District No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes go to tnis district. _ MISS FLORENCE S. VETTER, Bellevue, Alta. D. L, KIM BALL, Grassy Lake. Alta. STANLEY M. WELSH, Barons, Alta. MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta. SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys and girls tinder 15 years of age. NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St. ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St. JAMES NESBJT, Stafford Village. WINNIE SELLENS, 908 Seventh St. A. GEORGE SUPINA, 220 Westminster Rd. T: PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North. AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth St. WALTER PALMER, Grass Lake. Alta. RUSSELL DUDLEY, Fernie, B. C. will be about- permits taken out- Cherry Whiskey bottle Cherry Whiskey bottle Sold "and recommended The G. C. Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co. 407 Second NEWS FROM 2-15 .Mr. Fitzmaurice's feed grinder is be- ing well patronized by the fanners in tnis township. Cold winter has. at 'ast put a .stop to farming operations. The winter wneat goes Into winter in fine condi- tion. Kev. Clemens, of Milk River, 'began a series of meetings' on Sunday, Nov- ember 27. Meetings will be held at 7..10 p.m. every night throughout the week, except Saturday night. All are invited to attend. reported from various' parts of Mani- toba and value oi Novem her, b'eing practically the'first month of the winter season, the permits nev- j er' approach the total reached in oth-1 er months. right is reserved to change the boundary of the districts in the city, but not to reduce the number or value of the prizes offered in each district. THE HERALD'S Automobile and European Tour Contest NOMINATION BLANK This nomination does not count as a vote and need be sent in but once for each can- didate. I Nominate (Name of Candidate) District No. (Street or Signed (Name of Address the candidate wishes to compete for the Shetland Pany, sign name be- low. Competing for Shetland Pany HISTORIC SITE IN'ST. JOHN CHANGES HANDS St. John, Nov. recent real es- tate deal recalls a bit of history. A pi-operty on the corner of King and Canterbury streets that changed hands last week' was the site of the home! of Benedict Arnold when he lived in St. John. It was'Occupied at a later date by an old tailor who was mur- dered for his money. It is now .occu- MACHINERY MEN ENDORSE T. S. MACKENZI pied by house. a wholesale drygoods ware- DID YOU KNOW That our Repair Dept. has a well deserved reputation for executing the most reliable repairs. Clocks are very un- certain in their action this weather and guess at the time quite a bit If you have a clock in your house suffering in that manner, let our Repair Department take it in hand and you may. be sure of ob- taining satisfaction. if- you have any article of jewelry that wants repairing, bring it along and we" will be pleased to fix it for you. Charges moderate. E.A.EWERT Round St. Oliver Block A number of the local machinery and implement men met informally at the offices of McMahon on Second avenue, this morning, and eii- thusiabtically endorsed T. S. Macken- zie as candidate for mayor. In addi- tion to that they discussed the com- mission form of government- question and decided heartih- in its favor. j ROSEMEAD TIT-BITS Rosemead. Xov. forgot to mention last week that Mr. -and Mrs. Shade were the proud parents of a little son. Walter Knight and W. C. Hughes are back on their homesteads after six months' work on tbe irrigation canal. Severiet Severietson came over from Claresholm on Monday, return- ing on Tuesday. Fred Archambio and Mr. Snider are putting in their winter's supply of coal from Bow City, and have made two trips this week. The Ellesmere school house is now under construction. Mr. Carver, of ixine Star, has taken the contract. At the present rate of building, it will be completed in about three weeks, when an opening dance will be held. There will be no school until the Xew Year. trip to Lethbridge last Saturday re- turning on Tuesday. TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD TEN VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate in tne Daily Herald's Great Prize Contet., (Name of District No. This package contains .w.-.-.. votes Void After December 10___________________. coupon will count for votes when properly filled out and sent_to the Contest Department of The Herald before the expiration date shown above. VOTING POWER SUBSCRIPTIONS THE HERALD AND THE PRICE OF DAILY HERALD......By Carrier By Mail New Old SIX MONTHS 2.00 1.50 1200 600 ONE YEAR 4.00 3.00 3000 1500 TWO YEARS 8.00 6.00 9000 4500 THREE YEARS 12.00 9.00 15000 7500 FIVE YEARS 20.00 15.00 27000 13500 WEEKLY HERALD- ONE YEAR.................T... 1500 750 TWO YEARS 3.00 3500 1750 Ti-lDPr VCA A IVll CftftA ......tv- www FIVE YEARS 7.50 10000 5000 ;