Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, October 25.1910 THE DAILY HEKALD OUT FOR THE STOMACH-DISTRESS SIMPLY VANISHES i No Dyspepsia, 'Heartburn of Indigestion Five Minutes Later If you ".Had some Diapepsin handy MAY BE A SHAKEUPIN THE CABINET Oct. qmnious sil- ence at the Parliament building hut adds interest to the present interest- aud would take a little now your 'stomach distress-or Indigestion would 'cabinet feel fine. This harmless preparation -will di- gest anything you eat and overcome a saur, out-of-order stomach before you realize it. If' your meals don't tempt you, or.: you -do eat seems 10 fill or. lays like a lump of lead ic iyour stomach, or if you have heart- that is a sign of indigestion. Pharmacist for a 50-ceni case of .'-Pape's Diapepsin and take a I little, just-as soon as you can. There will be" no .sour risings, no belching of undiges-ted food mixed with acid no stomach gas or. "Jiearijburu, future' or heavy-feeling in" the Headaches, Dizzi- j ness-or-intestinal griping. This will laii and, "besides, there will be no tundlge'sted food -left over in the.stom-. -'ach to pjaison breath with nause- ous" 'odor's. condition of affairs in the Ontario AJTairs have: assumed ;that: proportion when 'cabinet changes- would seem imminent. If these chan- ges are not voluntary on the part of at least two members of the they may be forced by the 'iron hand' of Sir James Whitney, whom Conser- vatives on the inside of things politi- tical say has. been the victim. of double dealiner "bv his colleagues. They regard the present opportunity as -the one to 'to get rid-of ths elements that must sootier or-. later 'draw.the of st'at-elcknvn.- The man Maisonville is the" victim' of a set of circumstances that im- plicates, is no doubt: The quest-ion is being asked here .why Hanna. should write the how notorious .mem'o: to Dr. Reaume ..and Hon! Dr. Pyne, and1 leave other mem- bers" of the'cabinet in the dark. Ugly, rumors to tlie effect that Hon. Mr. R-eaum-e knew what was goine on in connection with.th_eBetter, and not opposed to its findirig- its way to the priest'in-Essex-, ate. common. Again Alrl.-jVIaisonville's friends sav Pape's Diapepsin.' is certain cure- for j that he holds, the-political life-of two ou't-of-ordfr it.pre, .members'-of lyents" and' takes hold .of .tyour foo'd just the'same stomach -wasn't there. as' 'if. Relief in. five minutes from all stom- aeh is at; any drag store wait- ing' for you." ''These large cases contain "jinore .than .sufficient to thoroughly cure'-almost 'case of Dyspepsia. In- digestion or any other stomach dis- turbance. L, Souris, Oct. 2 >I Hugh MacDonald were brought tere for "interment from Morse, Sask. it appears he iad arranged -with, neigh- river, he having apparently a.ccident- bors to-assist him in building a house j ally discharged his shotgun? intOr his last, Saturday on his homestead, 75 j abdomen while watering ;his' railes south of Morse but on arrival the 'ine team "had. run away after the ac- neiglibors found him dead dtear the I LIVE.. STOCK Winnipeg. stock re1 I Receipts included 29.95 -Cattle. and S calves. Receipts at' stock ..yards since noon on Saturday" were of three thousand. This is the largest un; tqi-liave -taken place "and was composed mostly ofL western'.jexport steers. TJiere several other- Al- Berta., shipments running from 90 to 175 head. Local1 shipments were de-1 cictedly scarce, and consequently there was- not very many feeders and but- cnerg-offered' for sale; The tone of tlie..jnarket was firm, and choice .butchers sold from to while stuff, went as low as Feeders-ranged from. 54.40 for the best on tke market to ?4.0C for tne smaller and-thinner stock.. 'fiiogs were lower; a bu'rica of nine offered for on Saturday, sold for. -this morning. "'Miss Margaret y, of Hopetown, took- paris green and died while suf- :refing" f rom meianclioJio. MAJESTIC Sam Griffith Owner H. Cleveland Manager Tuesday, Ocf. 25 Twelfth Night A MASSIVE- SCENIC AND- T COSTUME PRODUCTION WM. YULE at Toby VIOLET- EDPV: ;.V. -at Viola. ..50e 75c Wednes'y, Oct. 26 As You Like It A. MOST CAPABLE CO. OF INCLUDING WM. YULE., .as Touchstone VIOLET EDDY...ai ftoMilnd PRICES; ;........-50c 75c 51 OCT. 'of all niiVsiciains. Tlie bell ringers. 1 OCT. the Kennebeck x- scenic-productioiL. Hear the See the-street parade. Hoh.. 'Mr: Hanna, was an intimate friend of- -Mr. and exon- erated MaisonTille irom'any wrong- Re', attended the cabinet, "at which Maisbnviile was discussed, and the reached to dismiss him and" brand1 him .as .guilty a crime. afternoon he was seen "with his ?arm .around Maison-" ville's neck, of-, .the buildings. The Orangemeii shy at Mr. the, "Roman Catholics., whose vote he presumed to play foot- ball with, will-regard, him "with-sus- picion, Mr; Hanua .has- made -himself un- popular .with the members of the Cab- inet on account of his presumption in ''butting in" 'at all times, and. play- ing the game-for. "Hanna." He is.al- so accused of having stated that Hon. Dr. Reaume, was "a weak man in. the and when Maisonville re- signed some time ago Mr. Hanna urg- ed, is said, to remain at his post for- this-sessions Those of 'the party who know Sir -Tames Whitney best feel that "he has been the victim oi treachery. Many Liberals and Conservatives are free, in expressions' of confidence in Sir James: Whitney, -anii hope that in jxis he will not'hesi- tate to call for the-resignation of two and perhaps .three, members.'of .-.the Cabinet'. Hon. Reaume '-is "-re- garded .as. the" weakest; man-in the Cabinet; ?an-d without' any particular Hanna, while a good depart- mental .administrator, -has by double- dealing'" with" his friends lost caste. This; last attempt to ride.iwo horses at bnee'has' demonstrated his inabil- ity "to: take charge of the Catholic many strong Conserva- tive Orangemen will support him no Enblisiimen forgive him for. .his- insinuations-concerning them before the last .Dominion election. Hon." Mr. Hanna is not any longer re- garded as a likely man Borden's position. T E GOOD OLD AIRS OF LONG AGO come back from the vanished years tHrough the GRAM- O-PHONE. And with them the GRAM-O-PHONE onngs a selection of the world's best, and most inodern voices, splendid bands and'marvellous instru- mental selections. The Victor and find any Vislor Berliner dealer .ready 10 play ihc airi you want to ,3.000 selections to choose from. Doable- Isesd- (two So one) 90c, mnil frnim iviil coit lOc. for Berliner Gram-o-phones stend without a peer, as the per- fett musical for the home of the lover of good music. By no other means is it possible to bring into your own drawing- room, an entertainment that is. at once, so and so varied as through the L (FROM S15 UP EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED) 4 BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE COMPANY, LIMITED .MONTREAL. Wiiea-TIsmkingof Christmas Gifts, Rememkr tibe Gram-o-phohe asid this trademark. TEN COMMANDMENTS OF DRY FARMING 1. Thou Shalt Plow Deep. Lets in without r.unoff. Lets rain get into soil easily. Provides more feeding space for plant roots. 2. Thou Shalt Keep the Surface Soil Loose. Keeps moisture from evaporat- ing. Lets rain -into the soil more easily. JMbre plant food made available, due to .more moisture. Harrow the grain after it is up two inches or use weeder. 3. Thou Shalt "Cultivate Level. Level soil has the least soil ex- posed 1.0 the air. More evaporation from a ridged soil. Level soil will take in rainfall much faster than -ridged soil. On ridged soil the rain runs off thro.ush the.furrows. The soil in the ridges dries out so that the plant has less moist sur- face soil to draw from for food and moisture. Ridging the soil is the most ef- fective way for getting rid of both the moisture in the soil and of rainfall. 4. Thou Shalt Summer Fallow When Rainfall is Less Than 15 Inches The Summer Fallow saves in two years' rain for one crop. The Summer Fallow kills weeds and plant diseases. The Slimmer Fallow should be cultivated. When rainfall is over fifteen in chcs corn will be as good a prepara? ion for .a crop, as.the bare fallow. 5. Thou Shalt Add- Organic Matter to the Soil. and plant food Improves mechanical condition of the soil. Helps make plant food avail- able. Lessens drifting and blowing of the soil. Lessens washing of the soil. :s the bes'r. form. 'Plow seeds under green, .j. Thou Shalt Down Weeds. "PROGRESSO" A Real Creation In Overcoats ra genuine creation from collar to Some dealers .is -enough to make an overcoat collar something to give an ordinary overcoat a natnfrthat sounds something like But the distinctive master made "PROG-RESSp'-'r-fatnotis, "are not there. to meet a specific give men absolute prptectioii in. winter. That it does, moderately priced overcoat, proved by the enormous demand for it. for the see that this trademark "is" on .the collar. MAOE AND GUARANTEED BY H. VINEBERG CO. LIMITED, r- SOLO WITH A tlUARANTEE BY ilcGUIRE MONTREAL LETHBRIDGE Weeds use up moisture. Weeds use up plant'foods. Weeds crowd' the plants. Weeds shade-'the crops. Weeds make at difficult for" the plant to grow. Weeds make it hard to work the j land properly. j 7. Thou Shalt Grow Early; Jfafur- ing Crops. Who obeys these commandmentB shall reap-abundant crops. He them, shall he ished by decrease in yield in propor- tion to the' olis Joumel. NEWS FROM CRAN'BROOK Cranbrooic, Oct. Arthur of Milk River, Alta., spent the Growing conditions' are heet in W8ek-eud with friends in tie city. early summer. Winter grains better than spring grains. 8. Tnou Saalt -Grow Corn Every Three to Five Years. The cultivation- given corn saves moisture. The cultivation-" given corn kills weeds. The cultivation given corn kills plant diseases. Corn best preparation for a grain crop. Corn produces fine stock food both for grain and fodder. Corn produces more per acre than other crops. Do not hill up the corn, as this wastes the moisture; 9. Thou Shalt Grow Clover or Al- lalfa Every Few "Years. Clover and Alfalfa add to the soil. i Clover and Alfalfa add organic matter to Uie soil. Clover and Alfalfa kills weeds and plant, Clover and. Alfalfa produce a most valuable Clover and Alfalfa produce very valuable seed crops. 10. Thou -Shalt Keep" Stock. The most profitable way of mar- keting graic and fodder is through stock. They produce manure which is very n-eceseary for the -soil. They bring about, prosperity. K. R. Bruce of Wilmer, came! In irom his home to .this city in two nours and ten minutes on Sunday, Mrl .Bruce used a sixty horse power Royal touring car. Hev. J. p. W-estman, of ..Nelson preached the anniversary in, tne Methodist church Sunday and lee-, tured tonight on "Ireland and the Irish in song and Mr. West- man is conceded to "be one of the best platform speakers in The parties who removed the hus from A. L.'. McDermott's warehouse are known, but no prosecutions will I'oDow. Kev. R. E. Knowles, B.A., of Gait, Ont., addressed the men's mass meet- ing in. the Presbyterian church Sun- day. His subject was "Sowing wild, after." The meeting, was largely attended and everybody was. much pleased with the address. Mr. Knowles is an'-orator of .international reputation and the author of several books. J. Deane, editor of the Herald, 're- turned on Sunday from the AJbertsr and Eastern B. C. press convention at Geo. Haffner, recently of Waraer, and Miss Florence Smith, of Medicine ilinn., were married at. Lisbon, S. D.. and the young couple expect to spend the winter in Dakota, and tnen move to Alberta about April 1. Mr. Hatrner has iVUlfc-Kiver. a homestead near Headaches bad are some of the effects of con- stipation. The reliable remedy is They contain the latest. discovered and best evacuant kncwn, which empilcs the bowels without the sttghtest discomfort and without dis- turbing the iest of thc-systain. Constantly increased doies are nfif necessary. 2Sc. 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