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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta CkiUren H'tMi Crow Very Fast RETRIBUTION EFFECTS to infancy, yean, between ten or f.vrlve ami eighteen ar? llic lor the and X'w too fau. K.ipu] til 'physicij! eli'anjj that are taking place rc.-ulcr tlictn partir to; .veikneu and dis- orders of the Bf- Kino's I that vu, irequcmly, when alloweJ to ruri on, than in ;t lifetime of snrt r 113 js nioit itnjibf ism [Inn r.t ihfa pen >d OVERTAKES CHICAGO'S POLICK CHIEF WHO WAS BLIND TO INCREASE) OF VICE Chicago, October 'H.-r-OhU-f of. Co- lico hue boon routed by tho Vko Trust. Dives ajirang up In St., hull' a.blofk from (ho.Oily Hall, but i.lie Chief frequently, told the reporter--, who. were t'Xj'oaliifi the place-j (hit lie dkln't know a till Jig about pfsordorly hotels pllwd their trade] IIG.U door to detective on LH Salle street, but, the Chief frt- When I Tried "Frult-a-tives" UAJunviCKU, N.H., Jan. 17111. 1910. "I fuel it Illy duly In yilll n ttnle- lucul in respect IcHlie wonderful can't received' by I'miUi-tives1. I suffered (nun for years. My general health was miserable us a result of Ihii disease, flnd I became depressed and nlarmcd. 1 was treated liy physicians without the sliKlitest permanent benefit, uui, i.uu ut' had no hiformutioa on nil femds of pills nntllableU. i lenity said li- the subject. oi the most notorious cha nctor openly (hunted YV bush inn! Indiiinu livenuc. outside ofj wlinl wua sunpor.ed to he the gogregai- utl djstricl, hut the Chief, although' Iw yed the plimes daily, declared he oi life those organs curry off tb did not kno of CMSIC ice I busy's ub But finalh eicb opi ned I pi the kidneys and lilt skin should be J through his aiirl tliiliireii. Tin trpf. active and vigorous. crrjit closer and clo lei Lu .rail do cfftcniclj- Hi (hifslione it 'Jls rnunint 'lisii that good rt J lf lu'l'l 'f IS uirjintde-l and nc. Dr. Mor.o'i Indua Root Pillp. J[ is liirealj- on each pI'lhcEe organs, en il'i lu do their properly, anti rhus iiTjji'ilie whole system pure and healthy. blone' 1 Roel Pilli arc ;nade from precisely the firne rormula 3' our grandparents used tlicm, for fo bill j.belter lias ever hcr.-n devised. iSHIPPlMG CATTLE i AT PINCHER (Pinchor (Jrepk Kcho.) Another bunch of choiod sieeis was shipperi onf of 1'iiicher Creek district j last, week, nnd sellRr INVENTION OF CINEMATOGRAPH Accident to Camera Led to Perfecting of Mov- ing "Pictures 'Some Interustlnjf data nboiii- the in- 'fliulon of the cln-jmalognph and the! uovlng picture Ijtdusiry arc. present- ed In the Moving Picture News by Hoheit Gran.- Thv Inventor of Una .evicti, fs to have been Hadweard Iiiybrldge. ih.To may hive betin others -who did what AJuy- yp KComplM (1 without real- Umt they wi-re invenUng uuv.j b Mm or tlte uas employed by overiior Stanford, of California, the; wnur of the- famous Kilo Alto horse j itnuh, tu lake photographs; of sonic ofj la trotters. The Governor realized I It) it tht njt, s deceived 11 its attempt to appraise tho gait of a. horse at racing speed anil ho de- sired to -have ever> movement This Food-Tonic Quickly Restores Strength After i siege of Pneumonia, Diph- theria, Typliold or other nrostrat- Illg uistast, tilrrr ij u.railly i for other source of itnugth. besides ordinary food. CAN NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound inwts this ueed pcffcctlr. Wliijc decidedly pIcaMiK to the tasle, a trace of the propcrtleB of plnin liver oil, it embodies the well-known nutritive and curative dcpiums that have nude cod oilifiimoM To I tliese been .ilded Hyixjphosiillites to Inild up tin J of Wild Clicrry to net on the juigi mnd I broncljial Extract of Mall, winch hesufei I containing valuiible nutriment itself, help, the weakened lE digettive organs to assimilate other foods. For run-dovrn children there is ____ no better Get i soc. or bo.tlle from your druggist, y' NilrMtl aid Cborieal ft. CAJilii. UWTfl. NA-DRU-CO lor every III so that he could study ihejgarded as toys, and it wni at leisure. s some years "I saw the strong testimonial ia favor of'Pruit-a-livcs' by New Hrnnswick's 'Gr.uid Old Man1 Senator Costigftu, aittl 1 trie that any thing he gli ted was Chronic Constipation thnt I snlTereri with for years." 'A. G. WILUSTON. Fniit-a-tivea Ottawa. MM 17 ill dealer' jtjnm were J. A. anfr' Frat-i Anderson, 1 his fellovMntm. I tried 'l-rnit a-Uves' ii a ,v.'i. ]j iof Twin" Hutiu. and i.heir steers, TO! and the pfTects were most mar lellons, _ ___.___f__ iliojid of them, broiighl an aveniyc j now entirely well fron. all my price of cadi. This is one of WITH SEARS jlic best, sales (his reason, al- {though good pritiQi have been realised Gcorgisn Send by all the shippers. Troops to j A low inui.ihs ago, .1. K. Keys sold a to Corns jlninch of JJOO head to ihe-P. Burns fo., Maron, i.ia., Ot'JI I1liil- i he rewiycd a good price, the owner or a plant a- wcelf 'i. Ii.'Jenkins soltl lr.0 I on on (ho riv'r, twelve inca' to "ia Swift peopio, also getlinsj .below has writ ten to the splonditl fisure for them. i S. secroffiry of war, tic kins Anderson brothers are Xonvejr-1 governmcni will send trooji ofilftns- lociiied in Utah- ahout six-1 to assist him In exlennlnaring i'0fll's coming ip Canada I Uetroit. JWch., Oct. Ibn 2IJO or niora'hoars tlinL infest his-seven years later. They hrpught rt-llhitlofl by ille Detroit United Railway of- jUicm about in todny !licials verified the belief of Motorm'an ile has also invUod former Presi-illie in comfortable clrcmiiamnecs. illarrv tthlt- Saturday night's cil- Mowov.clt to come and hum! own "S5 of land. "33 'head jlisf011 'lt in which' two hoira, 'of pood Pcrcheron. horses, and after'were twelve Injured, was Me'soys fhal more than 200 of his selling -the -herd of cattle >vatch having be- have bcnii carried off, IIIK liavc stii! as many more on "Afinetlzed- ten and corn trampled down, range. N'oetllesit to Fay; they arc1 poultry, yiirrin raided. boili GiiUr.iRlasiiC; in their .jjraise of the Pincher Creek country for mixed .Muyhridge hit on ;iatcr before they n scheme of setting up a IQIIK line of cjimerus he-side the were taken up .by theatrical managers as features of their vaudeville performances, In From each camera a thread ivnis ttlobfi early dayu Hie ISdleou and bio- the lr.uck at Jlllollt llieigrapb eompiinies had a monopoly of tbe anrt made fortunes of the theatres. lulieved, how- run across heig'ht of tho horsu'i; knee. As the trotter passed ____........._ _______....._.. he broke the string and was photo-fever, that.Uiero.was only room for OHO "In the course ol the tenth oCJin tho field, and they uon-oUintly a mile lined with the cameray, in litigation. In I ho il hundred pJctiires were taken, each'the public-appetite for the pictures tho horse in a different posi- was growing enormously, nnd the Jtion." Kie picttires er, Ijke the, pages oi a book, ai vaudeville.'managers .encqimige.l oili- ers to' go into the t.usiness of 000 year. 'According to Mr. Grau Kdison has made more out of the mov Ing picture business than anyone else Fewer tontines than one would sup pose have been amassed through mov ing pictures, and they were nearly al made by the early manufacturers who were associated with Edfcon. Mr. (Iran too. it the owners of-moving picture theatres are making fortunes today. One man, named -oew, who is credited .with having ac- Mimulated great wealth iii. the comae five yeai ness, says thnt the 'theatrical busi- biggvst ERROR CAUSES nor trotters. Muv bridge realized -that he had lilt Tho next important epoch in the history of the business was in H. P. Canning, :hfiiham from charge of phasing brought hnch ew Jcrticy, i forged chequn for having written i.he farming mul ranching. A LONG JOURNEY DloomiiiKton. 111., Oct. car- loads of, tinned corn have been shin- Tho Ci. T. R. are ;uslug oil for fuel Iped from here via. New Orleans, to go on between. Briilgcburg and Pi. (around Cape Horn to Los Angelas, to Qolborne. something vnlmi.ble, if ihe idea could {when .the American" market was in be w'orketl. So lie went to England and asBociateti himself with half .photographers and mechanics. The result was the invention of the first moyfiig picture camera. That was, in 1SJ85. The next year-jome of the cameras were sent to the United States, and by 1SS7 a hundred other were hard work trying to patent, improvements en the Muy- bririge machine- One of these inventions was Uhe ithcin Eidoloscope, whicii was own- ed by the In IS02, liu blnsnijih was invented by Herman j Caller, of Cannstota, N.. Y. the 'hlcjujo XVorld's F-.iir several moving pictures wprc yhqwji, but nobody real- vaded by a number of European firms looking' for- business, find foi two years there was the liveliest kind of war among.the manufacturers. Then peace was declared, and iihe Moving Picture formed. This organization controlled the business until its growing exactions forced a number; of independent man- ufacturers into the Hats again and there was another war. Finally, the Independents merged their interests, find became a trtwt of their own. Tu- day.the -whole business, as far as the American continent is concerned, Is in .he hands of the; Motion Picture Pat- Coin pa ny and, tho International Producing Company.- The dominant with serious IOBK through the compe- tition of the Kinemacoloi Company, whose Vilma are expected to prove far superior to all previous ''efforts and put some of the older manufacturers out of business. LIKELY BODY OF1 HUGE WHALE RUNS AGROUND ON BEACH OF JERSEY SUMMER RESORT ON FALLING TIDE Ocean City, N. J., October ing far away from its home, a tnie sperm wllale feet lone, ran I save freight expenses. that they were destined to he [partner in the former is Thomas great money-makers.. They were re-ison, whose royalties." amount to SECTION FOREMAN Fort William, Oct. body of a man thought to be T L Wonakl a section fohaman on the O. T. P.. wao round beside tho tracks at mile jwgt 31 on the a. T. P. The body, which s badly mutilated, was brought to he city and supposition is though letails are unobtainable, that the nan was struck by a train In a thick fog this morning The remains ai'a at a loctil undeitfiker 3 and An inquest is to be helfl tomorrow at 1.03, agronnii on thetbeacb here oil a fairing tide. Hundreds who h'ad rfr nalned at the .reoort 'aeveral waeki ater than tuuaj watched itg struggle! hours, and by noon were able-to walk around it. The huge sen.animal was unable to ielp itself, back into the watera and ta struggle! only buried it 'deeper n the land. Whaling 'hat been out of date on New Jersey Coaat for mora than a ratlon, but before the tide roae afain eyeral bulleti were fired into bale's bend. What wili'ibe done with rarcui will be decided ky the local tiei. WAR ON' MOSQUITOES URQEQ OrHDge, N. J.f Oct. Wood row WIlHon will by the ciUzenat of Orange to send a meviage to the legislature on the subject of Now -Jersey's peculiar the moQaufto, and to recommend that a commission be crertted with and means to wage a the death against the pest. ANNOUNCEMENT Wishes to draw the attention of the people of LETHBRIDGE and VICINITY to the Excellent Property in the 1M I16 >s offering for Sale, PRICES and TERMS are such that any person can handle without cramping their finances. See him about it at once before it is too fate. MONDAY MORNING, 3. He will leave on the LOCAL TRAIN for CALGARY with a Party to Inspect the PROPERTY, and any person desiring to accompany him will be shown the same without cost, and any person Purchasing Four Lots will have their ENTIRE EXPENSES REFUNDED. Room 5, Alberta Block Removing next week to corner of Coaldale Hotel ;