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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TT T A CTC 11; LAM We liave a quantity of short 1 inch boards and ship-lap and some dimension thatwe "are -going to .clean out at per M. Don't forget us when you are in need of building material of any kind Round Street Phone 763 THE PIONEER Westminster Rd. Phone1063, Yardi it N. Tabcr Bow Island Milk River High Clareaholm Nanton Granum Carmangaji Barons Kipp Jet BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number of fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly .hardy on the prairie and will, thrive'there year after year, getting more beautiful every year1? "We can send a selection of twelve varieties, three years old, that will all bloom this coming summer and all will be blooming at "different periods from spring un- til fall. selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, "Spireas, Wiegelias. Syringas, Elders. Berberries, Sno wherries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc.. etc. 'All two-to" three feet high, three years1 .old, .regular .value This'selection, all express charges pre- paid to your: nearest express office at special price. For 30 days' only of Place orders early Only 7.50 per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries -Mirror Lake. B.C. NEW BISHOP OF KEEWATIN One of Earliest Mission- aries of the West Is Appointed Winnipeg. Oct. was made this morning of the ap- pointment of the Hev. Ovide Charlob- ois, u. M. J., one of the earliest Cath- olic missionaries in the Wesc and un- til recently principal or tiie industrial j School at Duck Sask., as Bish- op of the newly established -diocese of Keevratln. The announcemenet: of the Bishop .oi" the diocese of Regina is not to -be made for some time. BANK CLEARINGS Sept same 1909 Winnipeg, Oct. clearings for the month ending 30, laio, compared with the month last year are as follows: Montreal Toronto. Winnipeg Vancouver Uttawa SEMATOFT BLODGE1 DEAD Branch. J., Oct. er-United -States Senator Kufus.Biod- gett, of New Jersey, .died at his horns tg-_ here today at the age of TG years. -Mr. BlodgeU Served Sve terms as Mayor of Long Branch, and- was elect- ed to the U. S. Senate in ISSG, serving Six years. Halifax Hamilton. St. John victoria J5cmonton HIS DAUGHTER KNEW THE RIGHT REMEDY To Cure Kidney Trouble The United States is all right, you know, but Uncle Sam's doctors have not found a cure for serious Kidney Trouble. When sick folks down there want to get well, they send to Canada for Gin PilK At least, that is the way Mr. H. S.BalI, of Oxford, Ohio, was cured of a bad case of .Kidney Disease. Air. Ball took the usual remedies pres- cribed by the doctors, and wore plasters, and was rubbed with steadily grew -worse In a letter to his daughter, frho lived ia Canada, Mr. Ball of ..his serious condition His daughter immediately, sent him two boxes of Gin Pills, which did hie: so much good that he knew "he had found the right remedy at lost. f July 25th, 1909. "Find enclosed one dollar for which' please send me two boxes of Gin Pills. My daughter sent me two boxes and I had a bad case and am getting well fast. I find lots of men down, here in the same that I was I.shall surely re- commend Gin Pate to everybody." H. S. BALIj. GiaPfllsareaproduct that every Cana- dian may take. pride in, and one that thousands endorse. They are made by the largest wholesale drug liouse ia Ca- nada, who fully guarantee every box. Jin- fact, Gin Pills are sold with a positive guarantee. If, after taking Gin. Pills according to directions, you can honestly Say'that they have not done you any good, simply return the empty boxes to your dealer and your money trill be promptly refunded. For Kadney Trouble, for irritated and lofiained Bladder, for Pain ia the Back, for Constipation aad Biliousness which usually accompany Kidney and Bladder PiHs are' a certain and speedy cure. 50c.-a for Sample free if you Yrrite National Drug Chem, Co. Dept. A.D., Toronto. 32 CHINESE SENATE IS ORGANIZED i Parliament Buildings Wil Be Birilt-Historic Event "WAI Mfi IU Ul We guarantee the rfect quality and absolute purity of the tobaccos used in the manufacture "The pmest form in tobacco can It CANADIAN BOYS Liverpool, Oct. on his return here had., high praise for the Canadian Boy. Scouts. He said the movement would help to develop the Imperial spirit, and the best men of the Dominion were tak- ing it up. .Referring to his'visit tc tne United States, he said-there was no doubt that .the ,boys of Canada had a better, knowledge of woodcraft and more experience of the veldt, -but some of the Canadian centres were growing into big towns, and the Scout move- ment would, help to prevent the wast- rel and hooliganism. iJaden-Foweli on. the .voyage home wrote the Scout Guide Boot for Can- i ada. He visited seventeen Scout entree n Canada, and found them all e-gan zed in the right way. Oct. o. China another step forward to-day .when at noon, the newly constituted imperial senate ivas opened by the Regent, Prince Chung There was little or no ceremony tc the 'historic event. In a brief address, Prince Chung stat ed that the wish of the people was for a parliamentary government, anri he commanded the senatoi-s :o for this end. A parliamentary buiHing of ample aimensionj will- be constr-'cted, but pending, its completion, the sessions of the senate will be held in the rath er narrow quarters of the law college The lack of room was given as tlu reason for the exclusion of rep -esen atives of the press from to-day's pro ceedmgs. The same rule was appUetf p. other outsiders, not even the mem j berss of the foreign diplomatic corps oeing invited to be present. GLANDERS AT. CUPAR Cupar, SasK., Oct. serious out- break of glanders has occurred soutfc i of-town. Fourteen'.horses have been snot and destroyed, and a number quarantined. .Most of the horses shoi belonged to Gorman Leslie. KIDNAPPING AT BOW ISLAND ONE TRIP ENOUGH Brantford Horseman Taken Up in An Not Go Again for a Million t'ollars Bow Island, Sept. as the traia came in last evening from the west- the people were amazed to see father rush up and stop the elopementof his 15-year-old daughter, and a young man from the Aouthern Alberta Land Co. Ranch. A lively scrimmage took place at the station to be. renewed a little later at the Bow Island Hotel, where the would- be son-in-law gave the father a very- bad cut on the face and causing the one eye to close, the father lost track of the girl there. It seems that- the couple then got a rig to drive them to Burdett and -took the train to Taber. The father in the mean- time got busy with the -ndres and the police located them there, and he left on the first train, to brine: back his daughter. We understand a charge of kidnap- ping will be laid against the young man. Our wines are bottled exclusively for us ty one of the oldest and most r T. v famous tirms oi wine growers in Spain. Imported by us in bond A fine tawny port A full-bodied wine of good age TAX BEER TO PAY SCHOOL TEACHERS JBrantford, Oct. eing told of "WeLby Adams, a nown local horseman. At the Ds( roil turf meeting last week, at which' here were aviation features, an Am- ncan turfman made a substantial bet flat Mr, Adams, who is a'bis man, -was airaid to go up in airship... ams accepted the wager, after extract- ing a promise from the aviator that he was to go no iigber than the rence tops. Instead, of that, he as- cended over eight hundred i'eet. "it was the most desperate thing any man of my weignt ever attempt- declared Mr. Adams on his re- turn to town on Saturday. "We'might nave gone up 800 miles. for all I Know. I just held on, held my wreath, and lookedjprayerful. 1-would not go up in one of those airsiiips ag- ain for a million dollars." DREDGE WAS RAISED A-ND BROUGHT TO FORT WILLIAM Fort William, Oct. dredge belonging-to the Great Lakes Dredg- ing Co., which sank outside of. Port Arthur last fail, resulting in the drowning of five rlien, was brought to the company's plant here on Sat- urday, having been first towed along the bottom of the 3ake to Port Ar- tnur and then raised by the floating dry dock. Coroner Laurie and Jury Foreman Hunt were present, it is thought- the .bodies of two of those drowned may be in the cabin; and to ascertain toe -cause of the accident. .Examina- tion -was impossible owing to the coat- ing or mud on the hull, and another1 examination will be held when this is removed Action of Lower Austrian Diet Brings 1 Violent Protests From Several Classes. Vienna, Oct. lower Austrian Qiec has increased the beer tai from 4J to 80 cents per hectolier, chiefly to raise money with which to meet the increase in the pay of school teachers amounting to a year. This action has elicited angry pro- tests from brewers and saloon keep- ers. The fcrewers declare that it means tne ruin of the industry, as not a single brewery in Lower Austria paid a dividend last year. Working men protest even more vigorously at tne prospect of paying an additional cent for every quart of -beer, which in Austria is regarded almost as ne- cessary as food. Special fine old tawny. An ideal invalid port A very old port of great body and flavor Phone 613 NEW STATION BEING BUILT AT BLAIRMORE Biairm-ore, Oct. work on the new C. P. R. depot now in course of construction is progressing very fav- orably. The foundation work is all completed, and the Hab I of the Crow, will be able to -boast 3 line new passenger depot.. PREMIER CANALEJAS IS CONGRATULATED BY PRESS Oct. Liberal press to-day congratulates Premier Canalt- jas, and interprets the general peace- tul character o> tions as demonstrating the democracy and liberality of his political policies. The clerical press claims that the parades showed the strength and the earnestness of the movement in pro- test against the government's religious retorm programme. The gatherings at Seville, Santa D'or and Valencia ended with encounters between the catholics and anti-clericals, during which shots were fired, and a score of people injured stones. The police put a stop to the disorders. The Biscayan Catholic committee, is arranging for a great manifesta- tion at .Madrid, and has invited the from all the otber provinces to participate. A. B. Homer has sold his dry goods business to H.-F. Weber, of New Mich- el, tihe transfer taking place to-day. Mr. Weber is putting in a -large stock of general dry goods and men's fur- nishings. Mr. Homer is leaving lor the coast on Sunday's train for a months' ho'liday. He may probajbly locate there. Give your Kidneys a square deal! Your Kidneys are the hardest working organs in your body. Every moment, day or night, year in and year out, they go on filtering the poisonous waste products from your it any wonder that they slow tired That lame back simply means that your Eadneys are fagged not necessarily diseased, but they do want a little attention. STONE ROOT COMPOUND will benefit them up and make them fit and fine. It stimulates the Kidneys and blad- der to healthy removing all im- purities from the blood. A little attention now may prevent serious disorder. Why take chances We heartily recommend Nyal's Stone Root Com- pound because we know what's in it and what it do for you. Anything yow buy with the name satisfaction. Sold mud guaranteed by 22U ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS ;