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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I'asro S THE LETUBHIDGfi DAILY IIKRALD Saturday, October IS, GENTLEMAN 18METTERS IN "FRyiT-A-TlVES" People In All Parts of Canada Wanted To Know More About These Wonderful Tablets Made From Fruit Juices. N. OOUBERT, Esq. t hcarlilj- recocizcnd to all-who jTiff-r frost Ike-painful J fcra aovr over 74 years old and suffered for over" 20 -Tears .iritb Constipatxpn and Piles. I tried alt tiaus oi saw the doctors and IcoV their medicines but nothing cured me. About four years tried found Then I procured an After taking I felt welt bowels vr regularandiht Piles had disappeared, Mj wife ivas troubled for three years vrilh Asthma, and Bcuma on tie hands, wliich taadt Ksr Iiatids almost useless. The doctor gave.her several ointments to noiieoE which had any effect- Hea'.so advised her'to use rubber gloves (she" wbie out three 1 persuaded her as a last resort, to try "tfrull- The. effect was Her Lands and tfie Aslhica hu left her. We bcth attribute ocr present'gcod V GRAKnELiGSE, P.Q, ttrtlie simple rang ibat invlt ijo ma'ny peopla think over this letter, hard lo say." B'Jt the fact rcibains that f-r.c hundred and ejjjlity-sevcirpcrsoas luve'wiUten Mr. Joubert .lo ecqjire inpre. fully "about: "Fniit-a-Uves1'. And this delightful .pld gentlccun who "is happy in his release from for his cure toot the time to answer every.inquiry. Take his advice artl try y a boT, 6 for 250.-' At dtam'ior ientpostpai'l ca of price by Ottawa. T'-- -_ JUDGED WILL READ ARGUMENTS AND THENf DE- LIVER Continuing the .ejaralcatloi; of seue Coste in the' Island natural 1 Duulop made further eSorl to set a valuation of the foiupaaj'6 properly, Mr. Oualop wanted to kuow if it were Esary to cut several wtiHs out of the fourteen now located. Which j would ba cut oul, the smaller or large! ones, After considerable disputation trlt-: ness admitted the' small ones would be cut out. said-Mr. Uunlop, "the large-ones would be worth uiore back to values, Mr. Costa repeated that the wells were not worth the cost of .conslnidlon.- Mr. well then. It Bow Islauil assessed'you 520.DOO on each well that would Mr. what we.'pay the sorernraenl. Tho '_ >tr. here asked the' -MiI to adjourn the case until he 'cots'ld get a gas cipert to ascertain, spice valua- tion for these -wells: All could get out of the witness, the.president of the company, was that property worth nayoa a' million dollars was onlj- wortU wlwt they put- into It and 'SSD. Jt was wasiin? lime.- -It was neces- sary to get Eomo idea of tho assess- able interest A (eugtliy dialogue followed between tno coucl and Mr. who quot- ed, several Ontario decisions .to slio that gas is an airy thing min- eral, aud-tlmt in Bell telephone and other cases, lines and other.plant was valued as "junk." rJia.y iil If 1 mx-le. iKal Hire it would ac4 tt-.U t'l Krtxl u in i Ib. tins tT fa NEW t YORK POLICE. LIEUTEN ANT'S FEAH OF ELECTRIC CHAIR MAY BRING OUT FULL STORY M m U-eiUy-tvo caudlJatcs in tho contest showing progress In iho "scoro Uiat thu cash oftcrcd by the Herald proveu a? It Is antic'pated when the proposition was Orst anuoutsced. SOUKS ot the couiestauts staud below Uio Umlt of 23.000 today couM go hlsliefr it Is I m possible to have tho votes iu your pocfeet and credllfrd la (he taper also. Send (11 your votes. If you have iheni, ar.d Keep la the procession- H you haven't tho voles, U is about tlino to commence to get Iheiu In (t Is true that candidates may solicit votes any they like, but out o! coiKtosy to others. It is a good pUu to 'work'' your homo town first. H pays best to slait out that way. Do forget that the highest yoto emls November Jrd. after which ther-a ho a reduction uulll 17, and still another reducilon on November ISth. unlll the close of the contest. Karly vvorV counts most. .Tha following is tho Blinding oi the. In the Herald's tlon coujf-eUUou. ficeording to the voles banded tu for publicaUoa up to laax evening, tho nnmes helug arrnnged lu alphabetical orUer. The court refused to admit any "junV hasls for an argument despite what the Ontario court may have de- 'Oct. Charles-Becker pitting in tho shadow-: of the electric'chair ia Sing.Sing.-Is w'llii.g to confess, if thal-provei to be '.'.jtbe itst means .of savins his lite This inf.erm.iMon has been -'given fienerai credence lor several day's in the oQlce of Dlilrlcl Attorney Whitman.. It added, by those who profess. ed a certain knowledge of the-detalls'. thai of. Becker's te'l what he revtal the taken, from Eamblerfe law-breikere.'aad name the 1 got It, had clued, and on Mr.- RoiertsMearning that the court wanted some 'ovideiice "as to value, Mr. Coste.VaVpenr.Utea "len Hbo ullimatclr j to" return tb tba bok-and be reached the.district-attorney from several a valuation'of an'scre; based on the vaiue of boring righCs.'aad-the total acreage under'lease. Mr.' Dunlop after. EdmoatOD, 'tor gvarantcciug th? tor.ds oi companies Oct. ot !lhe central Alberta city has been at torstructing light-raUnajsj in por-j work again. This time the great temple of 'the Mormon of. the i cards ton' a''. "se'rvcd by railway facilities is iaaiej'isjiureh is" to be "built of stone taken in tha "iiiht railways assistance (r'om the baf'c.of Old Chiet moiintain sci" .which was tabled in tte fn Glacier National Pa-h Where the! lure TesU-rdav. It is provided his-information the officials here can'un- ever said- that }lr. expressed his lo leave the valuation with'the court but argued briefly in'contending that the acrt-ase assessed was worth much more than the balance of. the lease, as all the company's visible value was In the rural municipality ot: Island.' Island the rural municipalities and tills is the Ihe ilnd" that has arileh an'd'it will a valuable'.precedent, H will be a before arguments are.in and it will likely he two weeks Tim ronvfcted police commander, now1 HID 6ay iho court of appeals riproaehes, has become inote aiitl -'more nervous of the outcotoo. It is said Decker nas a suspicion that the' cirinton of the high 'court will 1 o fsainst Mm.' H is added be lias Iccii reasoning out one '.Ifist, desperate means ot 'saving' biuuelf from the chair. _- Becker; reported, awed ready, to.tell names of all MRS. S. ARMSTRONG, 937 13lh St. MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 tOlh St. S................ :MISS CLARA BJORKBLAOE, 1220 5th. Ave. S......; MRS. C. E. GRABS, 1351 5th Ave. A S............... MR. GERALD DULMAQE, Bow Island, Alt a........... MISS LOIS GARNER, Hill Spring, AUa........... MR. C. W. K. HOLT, 930 tllh St. S.................. MR. WM. H. HINDLEV, Magrath, MISS EVA HUrrON, 8M 6th Avt. MISS ROSE HARKER, Cardston, Alt................ MR. WM. ISAAC, Noble, AUa......................... MISS HELEN LEE, 203 Slh Ave. S...................'.. MISS MERLE LEFFINGWELL, Milk River, Alfa......, MISS MAGGIE MOORE. 1731 6th Ave. MISS MAYME McMAHON, Baroni, Altg....l.......... M1S.S MARY McDONAUD, Blairmore, MR. WALTER OBORNE, 10th St. S.................. MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6th St. MISS VERTA P1CKEL, 1312 6th Ave. S................ V i MRS. A. PIPES, 4145th Ave. MR. EDWARD READ, Station, Albert) ..._ MISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St. Kildi, AHi..J......v MRS. L. B. SPARKS, Hiymond, MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS, 623 10th St. S............. MISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frank, Alia................... MISS FLORENCE SHAND, 343 19th St. N........... MR. EDGAR SAINSBU.RY, Cranbrook, B. C............, MISS LAURA TELFER, Fernie, B.C. MISS BELLA, THOMPSON, Elko, B. MX HERSCHEL VAN ORMAN, Taber, Alta......... CHAS. WESTLEY, 917 Slh St. S............'...., HELP FOR I WORKING Two Story of Illness and How They Found Relief, New Organs, take pleasura.1 in writing thi-se lia iftSntSSfWS- to express my grati-. 1 20.000 8.000 8.500 5000 for the standing of tbo caudiiinles .will be added on Tues- days, Thursdays and Saturdays.. Until further notice anyone who cah do so, may votes above the high number of the previous standing. Subscription campaign ofOce, in Acadia Block, Phonal 34 4. P.O. Boi 545. my grati- tude to you. I am only ICyearaoM anj H work in a tobacco a factory. I bsvail been a very slefc girl ia but I have improved IT wonderfully a i D c o E- taking Lydia E. I'lnkh arc's Vege ta- bio Compound and am now looking fino and feeling a thousand times better. AMELIA JAO.L'ILLAUD, C13 Sew tnth Street, New Orleans, La. St Pn. "My mother ilarmed because my pcriotU were sup- j, pressed ar.J I had pains in my back anj j side, and severe headaches. I had pirn- j pics on my faco, ray complexion was sal--' low, my sleep disturbej, I had ner-'-. TOU3 spells, was very tired and had no 1 ambition. LyuiaE.Finkham'3 Vegeta-f' Compound Las worked a charm In 'Q my case and hasYc gutaied me. I worked in a mill among hundreds of girls and0 hava recommended your medicine to-" many of them." Miss EsTELLA SU-u c UIRE, 1 10 Thwing St Saint Clair, Pa. There is nothing that teaches than experience. Therefore, such let-1- tors from girls who have suffered and i- vrere restored to' health by Lydia E. n FlnVham's Vegetable Compound should bo a lesson to others.' The gime remedy is within reach of all. If you want t'pecUl idtlce write Lydii H. rinUnm HculclnoCo. (confi-i- dcuthl) Lynn, Mass. Toar letter rrlll be opened, roiul answered lij aa wo man and Itcld la strict Q MARCONI IN ANOTHER 3 AUTOMOBILE ACClDENf' n Bologna. Italy, Oct. Marconi, the wireless inventor, was in another automobile accident this morn Ing, Elmllar'.to the one which cost tho loss of ail .eye sonic time While, motoring; wlth-bis wife.fo tccopia his motor car collided with at cart, uJiilo turning .a 'corner. Thip chauffeur turned and ran tint, machfno into a horse. Tho snocky broke all the in the aud scattered ft over the occupanlFji none of whom, however, injuivl before judgment Ibe guaraotee .shall not esctcd more. nlonj than fifty per coat ot-tte estiraatcJ. cost of. construction and In any event shall r.ol exceed, mote than per niilc of the.mileage, oi sucn rrhe-- province guarantees interest on Eiich tcriiis at the rate of Sve per .rent-per annum, payable ycaily or ialf yearly. John -Couehlta is under arrest at Kingston, charged with' stabbing his John Marriott. Break "Whisky's Grip On Your Loved Ones Drunkards v.-ill tell you with tears of sincerity .'that they do not want to drink. The craving coming from Ihe inflamed of the slonach, drh'es'-them to it. AJcura wjll'-sootho the .trembling terves. rind remove the'craving- thai Js ruining your home and stealing an otherwise kind '.-husband or father from costs: only. Lox-'apd.lf It tloes not cure or.benefit fcfttr, a trial. the he re- jfu-ided. Aktira >To. 1, Js tasteless andean bo. given secretly in. Tea, CbfTco, lood.- Alcura No. Z.'.ls volun- tarily-by those wilting'.to Belp them- .4 Alcura can noiv be obtained at our fetore.' for" fres booklet (tiling ;i1I about "it. ard give Alcura a trlaT. J.' D. HlguiboEham C.o, Llmftcd, Alberta. stor.o was to be taken from Old Chief. A Herald representative calted on President 'Wood and Bishop -brown of the -Alberta .stake and "found -them quits over the report 7Iiey gave (.he newspaper man to under- stand" that there wria not enough stone of the sort needed Tor the great Canadian temple In Old Chief, to. make a tombstone for the fellow who wrote the story. There rumor that the new temple is to be built of the test material which the quarries of America are able to pro- duce, and all tho stone will be bought ia Canada. Preside nt-Wood baa in- formation which is not to be made public jl i out which wlH be announc- ed In in a few days. it Is expected will tell where the stone for the.new structure will he But It will not be in Old Chief moun- tain. District. 'asked what he knew of th'e proposed Booker was likely'to take in case, the convicted man told what "ha said; I decline to discuss the mat- ter.in any YOUNG ENGLISHMAN BRIDE TO HIS, FATHER TAKING SEE of ex- LIBERALS NAAIEjCANplDATE. Brampton, the county of Peel, met thig afttT- noon .and nomimtEjd A: .1J. Milner, mayor of Brampton'as their standard tearer in the election to be held on Kov. 3 to-flll the vacancy caused by the resignation of S.'Charters: WANTED'AT ARRESTED AT BRAN DO ti -Brandon, Oct. Charles Manley, aliaa Xcnlon, wanted. at Mr. llinstonbury firsl Montreal. Oct. Hinslo: bury, and his'bride Yaada, daughter o! Oswenwenda, of' the Squamish reached the next to tbe Jast lap of their long honeymoon. Froiri a sheep Tasah 300 miles from Vancouver, to Leefls, England, IsHhe extent ot the pairs Journeying. Mr. Hinstoobury is taking his Indian wife hozr.e to Mr. Hinstonbiiry was nothing loath today to relate his experience In win- nlng hU bride. The sheep ranch, of which ho Is ia on the west- em slope of the Rockies and its bound- ary touches tbat of the government In- dian reservation for nrilish Columbia, settled onto for-the'allcged theft of v.as- about 7 years ago, in the district the arrested Rere.Iate laat night. The; Indians helped him greatly In caring police had .watched the automobile! 'or hia sheen. A stvotig friendship garage re he rvas'aprjrc-hendEd, UP between him ncl Oswcav- this week. Manley was remanded of the braves, but .when early til Monday to await the arrival of the officers. Ho pleaded that the-charge was not true and asked for ball "which wag not graotefl. Auction Sale Tuesday next, October 21 At 2 o'clock on thj premises, No. 913 Slh Avenue S. FRANK WADDINGTON by the oOT.cr who ta leaving, wll'l sell bv public auclion and without reserve a quantity ot useful' I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 'Incl Springs and'VaUresaoa; Kitchen machlnfi and v.-rir.geri KHcben'uK-nalla, etc. Take tbe White Ltno Car and watch for'the red flag. TermsI CASK Auctioneer'vPhorics: 1416 arid 469 Used in'Canada for over halfVa century inef jry cornej of the w6rlid where people suffer from arid resulting in September, Hinstonbury dcc'il- cd that he was in love with Yaada, the daughter, Oswenwcnda demurred, as ho aaid marriage between two races was wrong "So we ran away lo Mr. "OM Oswcn- wepda took it pretty cheerfully afltr we got but made us go through iiiu as Of course 1 wired -homo to the gov- ernor apd the cables-rriual have been i li'ot from the epithets be used when he answered. Thtn Yaada and I de- i cided that the heat would be to let him sec what dear llttlo morsel Ehe ia, end we vlhed it on a train and I I iierc v.-fl arc home, "Of cftufae father has old fashion- ed Moas nhout interTparrlage, and all that sort of thing, but then so did I Ho ripcan't know wo are Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, ttand higher in public estimation 'than any others, and their ever' increasing prove their merit. prescribe them. STUDY LAW. Carajibcll, Eon of W, M. ft nip- bell, K.' C.-. Maclco'd, liaa dccidM lo j follow io the footsteps of his father, and has artidcit himself with the well Calgary. firm oi Adams, RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The OKRf.VS. (realment for the Drink Kablt can ba-used with abso- lute confidence. It deslroya nil dc'slro for whisker, beer or other alcoholl? stimulants. ThouBahda have SUCMBS; (ally'used It find have been' restore j to lives of fiobilcly-ant] usef'-ilnn tan l-o given secretly. Coals only SI oer .box.. It you fall (0 get -renilU from OH1UNK after a trial, your rnoney win bo refunded.. "Asfc for frco.booklel telling all. about OHRJNB Red Cross Drug aniMbok Stor6, Ltd., Acadla block. THE HERALD'S ALL-CASH SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST INFORMATION BLANK Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Leihbrldge, ,0ffICE IN ACADIA BLOCK I otn interested it% the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to 'have you send. me a Jew supplies and further information. NA ADDRESS.. ;