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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta e Daily Herald, Core For niatisfa In The Wtirif KlfOWLTON, litfi. 1969. For ma; iy years, I suffered from severe Rheumatism, and the attacks were rery g and prevented me from doing my ordinary work. I tried many remedies and j ihysiciass' treatments, bnt nothing seemed to do me much and I was be coming very anxious for fear I would become a permanent cripple from th b disease. I tried "1 i.Tjit-a-tives" and this medicine has entirely cured me and I honestly s it is the greatest Rheumatism cure-in the j E. E. MILLS. DOCKET FOR too much of his of Rheumatism. In the goodness of his heart, he wrote the above letter in order that sufferers in a t I parts of Canada would know that there is one remedv that actually does cure Rheumatism. This testimonial was entirely unsolicited on our part. Wedid.not i now that Mr Mills was taking "Fmit-a-tives" until we received the above letter. I It is a case llkja'j.'VIr. Mills' that proves the marvellous powersof "Fruit-a-tives" in arresting and cua jag disease. It may be stated, without fear of contradiction that "Fruit-a-trves1 mil positively cure Rheumatism when properly used. is the only medicine in the world made of fruit juices and is the greatest iRicii mstisin cure knoyrn'to modern seieace. 5oc. a box, 6 fi '-r or trial box, ssc. Sold by all dealers or sent postpaid, on receipt i M price by Fruit-stives Limited, Ottawa. The Office of tho Riplcy Trai isf er Co, la Novr! On i St. Opposite Method let Chureh Dray ing done of ii hort motlce HAT AND CsfBAIN FORSAOLE Reside K nci -1204 ENGLISH AND SGOTTIS3I FOOTBALL Oct. are the -results of the English and Scot- tish League football .gamers played to- day _ First Division. Liverpool 4, Beystol Ciiy 0. Bury 1, Sheffield Wednesday 1. Notts County 1, 0- Woolwich Arsenal 4, Blackburn Rov- fcrs 1. Astonvilla 2, Manchester: City Sheffield United 0, Evert on 1. Sunderland 2, JNTotts Forest 2. Bradford City 1, Old-ham Athletic 2. Preston North, End 1, JVIiddlesbor- Biigh 1. Manchester United 2, Newcastle iUnited "0. Second Division Barnsley-Huddersiield Tcxwn post- poned. Barnsley, 1, Bradford 1. Chelsea '0, Blackpool 0. Clapton Orient 1, Bolion .Wander- ,prs 0, Derby County I, Birminaiham 0. Gainsborough 0, Falham'l City 1, Hull Citv 0. Foss 2, Lincoln City 0. Stockport Countv 0, Westibromwich Albion 1. Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Glos- ?op 0. A ood Lunck ood Cigar Good Tobacco Pi Pool ipes at A. G, Messer's Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection Southern Division Brighton and Hove-Albion 2, New Brompton 0. Northampton 0, Milwall Athletic 0. Portsmouth 1, Queen's Park Rang- 6TS 1. Luton 1, Westhamstead 1. Exeter City 2. Coveutry City 3. Swindon' Tb-n-n 4, South End Unit- id 0. Bristol Rovers 0, Southampton 0. Crystal Palace 6, Plymouth A; 1. "Brentford 2. Watford 0. Ley ton 0, Norwich City 2. Airdrieonians 3, Dundee" 1. Falkirk 3, Morton 2. Kiimarnock 0, Aberdeen-1. Motherwell 0, Clyde 2. Par tick Thistle 2, St. Mirren 2 DISTRICT COURT Following is the docket for the gen- eral sittings of the District court-, which open here on Tuesday Houk vs. Little, Smith Cameron -Johnstone Ritchie. Mac-Donald vs. Lang, Johustone Ritchie, Martin McNeil. Turpiii vs. Mac-Donald, Simmons Shepherd, Johnston Ritchie. Garbiar vs. Sadlis. Martin Mc- Neil, In person. Upton vs. Hansen, Smith Cam- eron, In person. Waddington vs. McDowell, Smith Cameron, Johustone Ritchie- Home Bank vs. Yatt, Ives Bah Johns i one Ritchie. Vrooman vs. Marriott, et. al., Conv beare, Church McArthur, Simmons Shepherd. Smith vs. Daniel, Smith Camer- on, Conybeare, Church McArthur. Brown vs. Gassion, Simmons Shepherd, Smith Cameron. Electric Co. vs. Bremner B. C. MacKc-nzit, Simmons and Cam- eron. Hick-Sehl Co. vs. Ritchie, et. ai Simmons Shepherd, L. M. Johns- tone and W. V. Poapst. Bjorkblad Harrison, Smith Cameron, Conybeare, Church and Mr- Arthur. Appeal case, Houk vs. Wilson, Smith Cameron. Criminal case, The King vs AI Grolh. CHUHCH SERVICES McKay Street Baptist day school at three p.m. Owing to the pastor's illness there will be pr.eachins service at four o'clock. no Chu.-cr of St. Mary's (Anglican) Sunday School 3 p. in. Choral even- song Wednesdays and Fridays choral evensong 8 p. in. Holy Com- munion will be celebrated on the sec- ond Sunday of each month at a.m. St. Augustin's (Anglican) Holy communion 8.30 a.m. Morning prayer with sermon 11 a.m. Sunday School j 3 p.m. Evening prayer with 7.30 p.m. (Holy Communion at 11 a.' on first Sunday in the month.) Rev J. E. Murreil-Wright, M. A., rector WHAT MACLEOD WON AT SPOKANE Captured Ten Firsts, Ten Seconds and Three Thirds Oct. 14. 1910. Letiibridge Herald: Dear issue of the 15th instant is a report of a banquet ten- dered by th'e Cardsion Board of Trade to their officials who were in charge of the exhibit of that district at the Dry Farming Exhibition held in.-Spo- kane last week. E. N. Barker, re- presented '.Cardston at the Spokane exhibition, is reported in your paper as follows: relation to the prizes won, the report would that Cardston had carried off 12 to Macleod's 11." I am instructed to enclose for your information' ali'st of the premiums re- ceived by the Macleod exhibit, from which you will see that we captured 10 firsts, I'O seconds and 3 thirds. This included first for the best dis- >lay of .threshed grain, second for the' best display of threshed wheat, 2nd for agricultural display, second 'or .the best display of grains bv am- county- or district. We also secured he 'sweepstakes open to all compo- itors in both the. Dry Farming he Inte'rriatibliai expositions, for the uest all round exhibit by any couuiv district or commercial body, in ad to the entries made in the Dr-, The next time you don't feel just right, let us buy a 50- cent bottle of Psychine from your druggist to give you to cure your indisposition and prevent wqrse ailments. This belat ill .is. curious business. It usually commences in a subtle fashion, almost Yet if you do not check ycur illness, ____.......... it grows and grows. And one fine day you find you're t> interim' millions bottles of w.m undoubtedly. btiniadV fiick Psychine have been sold tnbute tals thousands of these 50-cepr-" Hundreds of thousands of people -Psychine. and. Icfrtir.'wftll The of the body [And we do-that in the b.ood Becausei Psycbine is largely made" up tion' These white corpuscles attack and of those herbs that-scientfsts now and in sufficient numbers dreds of !t made- timonials. that's "why we r The body Becomes steadily sicker these diseases: and sicker undl-actual disease sets in. we made entrie in the Inter-state .exhibition and se cured two firsts and one second. This -district is naturally over the results of our exhibits snd we -consider that ,it is a most cent advertisement''for the whole o: Southern Alberta and cannot bo' loo freely commented upon. This mus; be my :excuse for writing at t'ns length. Tours'truly, E. FORSTER BROWN, Secretary-Treas M. P. P. MAKES A CHARGE Fort Arthur, .Ont, OcL Knox Church j local paper to- A. M. Gordon, minister. Sunday serv- j 'Carrick charges that ices will be in charge of 'the 'both morning and evening. Men's Bime Class (election of officers) at Adult Bible class and Sunday school at three. Westminster A. A. Lyttle, pastor, will preach at both ser- vices. The 'subject will be ''Chris'ts Final breach with the Nation" and at the evening service "The Cross in the Cloud." Sunday school anc Bible Class at 3 o'clock. tf St. Patrick's (Roman Catholic) Low mass at S a.m. with communion Children's mass at 9.30 a.m. High mass at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening at 7.30 p.ra. The C. T. U, meet every first and third Sun- day at 4 p.m. in the basement of the convent The Ladies' Altar Sccietv meets every second Sunday in the month at 4 p.m. in the convent. s St. Andrew's Church, North Leth, W. w. Bryden, minister Sunday services, morning at 11 and evening at 7.30. -Sabbath School" and Bible class at three. The Pastors Bible Class will meet at 4 p. m. The class will be re-organized tomorrow and the study of special subjects will be taken up. All cordially welcome. C. H. Hunter of ihe- public works de- partment, Ottawa, insulted "and threat- ened, sheriffs eviction: proceedings for Mrs. D. D. Mr3--Mc-. Uillvray, in ,the absence of her hus- band, declined to. their proverty, 'cnose portion of site of Third Lanark 1, Glasgow Rangers 1. Raith Rovers 2, Hamilton Academ- icals 0. Hibernians 1. Queens Park 0 Celtic 0, Hearts 0. Matured as Good Whisky Should Be. If t time limit had been set on the building of-the Egyptian Pyramids, likely they would cot be standing to-day. It doesn't pay to hurry some things. That is why Corby's Selected" Rye Whisky is matured by the ".low but' sure" method of in charred oak For years the whisky b gradually ripened. Nature her time-but thorough. The chemical properties of the charred wood remove the harshaess of the new whisky. Age puts the finjshiaz touches to the the dcjicacy that is charac- teristic of Corey's Special Selected." This is the longest aid consequently the most expensive method of maturing whisky. Not whisky is aged this way. But it is the only way to get the Corhy Quality. Corby's "SPECIAL SELECTED" Rye Whisky is sold everywhere. Try it to-day. The H. Corhu DtsfiSS Wesley J. W. likens aJl preach at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m mass meeting will" be held at 345 P.m. The subject of Mr. ad- dress will be "Jesus Christ in Rela- tion to the State or Christain Citizen- ship." The public are cordially invited to attend. Head Offices: Montreal. 55 "Corby's of Corbyviile for Over Half-a-Century' First Baptist A. J Prosser, the pastor Tviii preach V; 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning sub- ject "Obedience, and its Rewards" Evening subject, "Get Ready." "Sunday school and Bible Class at 3 p. m. ception of members at close of even- ing service, followed by the celebra- tion of the Lord's Supper. St. Cyprian's Church Corner of Eigth Ave and Eleventh St. South. Services tomorroow are a spec- ial character. Holy Communion will be celebrated at 7 a. m. instead of at S.30 o'clock. At the 11 o'clock' ser- vice the address will be a Duty of Parents to Children." At the 7.30 (evening) service the subject will be "The Harvest Thanksgiving hymns will be sung at both services, j The anthem in .the evening will be 'Barnby's "Oh, Lord: How Manifold are Thy Works." Sunday school and Adult Bible Class at 3 o'clock. Rev W. V. McMillen, B. A., Rector, resi- dence 650, Sixth Street South. CURED OFJOHSTIPATOII Mr. Andrews Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Mr. George Andrews of Halifax N S_ writes: many years I have been troubled With chronic Constipation. This ail- ment never comes single-handed, and I have been a victim to the many illnesses that_ constipation brings in its train Medicine after medicine I have taken in" order to find relief, but one and all left _iae in the same hopeless condition. It "seemed that nothing would- expel from me the one ailment that caused so much trouble, yet at last I read about these Indian Root Pills. That was indeed a lucky day for me, for I was so impressed with tit, state- ments made that I determined, to give them a fair trial They have regulated my stomach and bewels. I am cured of constipation, I daim they have no eqoal as m. medi- cine." For over half a century Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have been curing con- stipation and dogged, inactive kidneys with all the ailments which, result from them. They cleanse the whole system and purify the blood. Sold everywhere 25c. a box. Now. we have had all .sorts of so- called cures. And a great many people have seri- ously endangered their health ex- perimentrag with them. But years even science was able tc tell we had the right treat- ment for herbs, nature's own remedies. tHat' science can tell to an abso- lute certainty, -we ktfow why certain 'herbs ;cure Disease. Because they strengthen: and La. Grippe .Bronchitis Hemorrhasres Sore Throat' Anaemia- Female Weakness Indigestion- Poor Appetite Chills and Ferers Sleeplessness and Xerrous Troubles Afterreffecte of P la "Bronchial Coughs; Weak Lungs Weak Voke Spring Weakness Early BecHrie Catarrhal Affections Catarrh of Stomach -Night Sweats Obstinate Coughs and Now we a'st'-you'tol-take "our word for-the tremendously Vbeae5c'al- crease the waite corpuscles or paago- effects of Psychine. ..Pill out' the, coV Cy 'POQ below, mail It to 'us and we'll COUPON.No. (C j To the.Dr.-T, A. ,SLCCUM. "Ltd. i Toronto-' j I accept jonf offer to trj a 50ci bottle I or rsyciinc (pronounced Si-keeirt at vonr expense. I have not. had J 44UU..UAU TT- jf of Paychjce-under this Kindly advise my druggigC' to delire- tnie bottle to zae Town; 1 Street and Number My -r the 50c. -bottle of Psychine from your aniggist and direct him to deliver'.' it to'" you. This; offer may be vnthdraivn.'at i- any_ time withont notice. Sead coupon _ .to-aay. SUNDAY-DINNER AT. ALEXANDRA CAFE.. OCT. 16. SOUP cieac; Cream of Tomato, Chicken Broth 15c. RELISH Sliced Tomatoes -15, Crisp Celery 15, Brassed Lettuce 15, Dill Pickles 10, Olives 10. SALADS Lobster 40, Shrimp 40, Salmon 35 Celery 25, Potato 25. anv style, per. -i 40, Fried Silver" Smelts, Tartar Sauce 40, Baked Columbia Elver Sal- mon .40, Grilled Lake Superior Trout 40, Boiled Salt Mackerel Jackitt Po- tato ee-c- sauce 35. Shoulder of Mutton, Sauce 35. Pork Ribs, Brown potatoes 35, -Breaded Sweet Seir-esteenV is a brand of yeast :that' enables a man to rise --in, his own, es-- Pot-Pie 50f Calves Brains and Scram j bled Egg 40, English- Mutton "Chops. Striped Bacon 50, Boiled; Ox Tongue J Ski Pecjenaut Sauce 35, Spring Chicken Fried to .Order 65, Rib Ends of Beef Creole 25. Ribs extra "If I Had "'If I had onlj-known how Cquickly. tops coughs, cures colds, throat and Jones. -25 -J. JlWiUO Ov CA Li.ii VJJ.J.J J.VJJ-V JUW cut 40, Turkey, "Cranberry {Eczema can be cured, what Sauce 50, Leg .of "Veal; ana. Dressing awful suffering it "would hare 35, Spring 50, 'Sir-Ted me" wriies F. A. Will <5i 2506 Wash: loin of Beef, Paa Qravey 35., inton St., "San Francisco.' COLD Pbrfc: Tflis after .40- of suffering'and Lamb 40, Chicken 40, Veal after using less than one bottle of the 'jOil of Wintergreen-Thymol. D." D. V-EGETABLES-Steaiied" and mash j Prescription, ed potatoes, Lima Beans, June Peas in Cream, Apple Tapioca puddinej; Apple, Peach Cocoanut, -Chocolate and 'Blueberry Pies. Mixed Fruits 10, Honey in Comb 15, Baked Apples 15, and Banana, Short Cake 20.." Try at bottle... Write for. it "to-day ,to the D. D. D. Laboratories., ;Dept. L..'H. 49 Colborne. To our certain -knowledge, D: D. D. Prescription alwlays' absolute relief onds! Jolinstone Jackson, Leth--- bridge FIGHT PICTURES COMING The original Johnson-Jeffries fight pictures taken at Reno. Nevada, at the .Majestic theatre Tuesday and Wednesday. OCT. IS and 19. Arrange- ments were completed by special leased wire from Vancouver today at too late for details. Watch Mon- day's issue. If. is in lime of sudden mishap or accident that Chamberlain's Liniment can be relied upon to take the place of the family doctor, who cannot al- vays be found ar. the moment. Then s that Chamberlain's Liniment ir, never found wanting. In vases or prams, cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the oreucss md drives away the pain. Sold by Extraordinary Specials At The Crosbv Shoe and varied Cents' fine weked Xext Week Men's tan and velour calf and box calf, leather lined bluchers, worth NOW S3.45 Ladies' pat. cloth top welt- ed and turned, worth NOW S3.75 A big meut. of FOR S3.75 Get your winter shoes while the fine weather lasts, It is your chance to buy at your own price. Percy Crosby 114 Round St. tr t NEW Early next week we will be located in our new store beside the Royal Bank and we invite all our old customers and the public generally to call on us and inspect our laro-e assort-' i jnent of This new stock does credit to our liew premises. Our in clothing, men's furnishings, underwear, boots and shoes. is complete and show the newest styles and best makes. Workingmen and the best dressers will both find that they can -supply their wants here. The goods are new and the store is new, but we will sell at the RICES arc known the lowest iix-tlic city. That's why :he business has grown In a few years to demand new and larger premises. Low prices are our long suit. GENTS5 FUKNISHER, BEDPATH ST. ;