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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y, September THE LE'lTIBBTDGE DAILY HERALD PageS KOMOJREiVUKKKY IN THE STOMACH INDIGESTION, CAS, SOURNESS, OR PYSPEPSIA SOES IN FIVE MINUTES Ef wh.'it you jusl ato IB sowing on your stomach or HUB like :i Ililni) of Jp-.ul, rofuslnii to or you belch Cas and ICrnetiite aour, .mullgestcil I'ooil, or luivo n foolillK oT DUx.ltHjKii, I-lcurthurn, C'ulliiDan, Niiiweu. Bail tasle In mouth und stomach is Indigestion. issuing the tax A full ciiBoot' I'ape'o costs tolnl assessment of only 50 cents and will Ihoroughly euro iniinlcipn] TAX NOTICES OF RAYMOND OUT Eight Binders in One Field; Mayor Young Out on the Raymond, Sopt. F. T. Holt, sec- rotur.v-lroanu.rGr for the town of Kay IB the rate ..for purposes Is 12.4 and for ;rour oiit-of-ordur slonwuh, and leave diffident about liouuo In case, somo one else in the family may Buf-Jtilc Blime "r> Iiint >'car Ulc school tt.r from stomach trouble or ImUgus mto ls u; Tlie Bum of tlon will require to 'ho paid Into Ask yaur pharmacist to Bhow you treasury. Hits foniiultt plainly printed on these If tlio journalistic atilUido towards f'U-ccnt cnsea, then you will under-' reciprocity counts for anytljlni; it Is etand why Dyspeptic trouble of all interesting In note that every agricul- liinds must go, and wliy Dlapepi'in, tnral journal In CjiniKla Unit amounts Always relieves ont-of-order to anything, is strongly in favor of I'tomachs or ImligosUoa in five mill- iites. Dlapepsln SB hannloss and tast- f-a like candy, tho.ugh e.ieli dose con- power sufflelpnt to digest anil reciprocity, A meeting in tlie interests of reci- procity be held at Welling, Wed- nesday evening next, Sept. 1H. Mayor RAYMOND TOWN FATHERS MET Haymond, Sept. regular monthly meeting of the town council was held lant night In tho council o'.mmhor. Mayor Young prcolOed and Councillors Allen. Fox, Card, Haw- kins, McDuffee and Rolfson, and Soli- citor Laurie were around in a .1 ord. to the advertisement l'oi' tenders for tlie construction of ft dam and reservoir at the spring In connection with the town waterworks system, D. P. SkoiiBon submitted offer to do the work for 2fi cents' aj cubic yard. At this rate the council thought that or J-'OO was all out- thought that ?H50 or was an out- nide estimate and Mr. Skonson's ten- der wan refused. U. Card petitioned thc council jirepare for assimilation into the blood u y Young, Dr. F. A. Keillor and all tho food you cat; besides, it mak- Othcr5 will give addresses. President you go to tho table with a itppetite; 'but, what will please yon jnost, ia that you will feel Umt your, ptomach and intestines are clf-Miuand I (jillios of ihe rinymoml noard of Trade and Secretary-treasurer McDuffeo of the local Liberal Association will ac- WASHINGTON IS WATCHING CHINA American Missionaries to be Protected at Any Cost Washington, L'.. Sept. anil navy deportment officials are watching closely the situation In Chi- na. Admiral Nubbard, commanding the American naval forces In the far cant, has not reported to the navy de- partment what measure ho has adept- j ed for the protection of the American I missionaries, to be threat- ened in Sx.e Cliuan province in accord- I since with yesterday's instructions. .Acting Secretary Winthrnp today had for a flat .ate on witter for his livery I on llis drak "st of tbo American and feed stable.1 A rate Of per warshlPg in Chllloso iiml lontli was struck. j each ship The matter of heavy chines at Thc Ding over culverts was 'brought upi of vcasels consiclerable. but hy U W. Card, chairman of works and Itot' of lhcin aro sufficiently Hgh-t property committee. It has been the) habit of owners of threshing and plowing engines to disregard tlie nau of planks on culverts uuiros, and measures to have thc law enforced. fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for Bilicyis- IKBS or Constipation. Thin city will have ir.any Uiiipepsin cranks, as some people will call them, 'V.ut you be cranky about Lit is r.nlendld stomach prepai-.Uion, too, if jou over try a litilo for Indigestion or Gastritis or any other S to much niio- j compaily the speakers. A further no Earl Grey, governor general of Can- ada, and the Countess Grey re turned to Ottawa August. 21 from Murray tlc-a will be given later through thc Raymond owl gel. Dr. Nonr.an, a provincial health of- Vicc-i' of Edmonton, a visitor to Iiiij'niond today called on the local pkysiciarca, Drs. VVray and lor. Dr. Norman drove over from Stirling in tlic afternoon where he had bean on o.Ticial duty. The Security Investment Co. Ltd. started binders in their Jicrc-j of spring wheat yesterday. Ten blood Indiana have tii'cen -tin tract of -MM eking. Goo. II. con- Bud-d, Jiay. Admiral Lord Charles Bcve-> j of the coraptiny, told tlw lord Joined the party Montreal and I todny that no damage from returned v.'ith them. OCEAN KATES TO EUROPE 3rd class (closed rooms) 2nd class (1 class cabin) TO LONDON DIE KCT CUNAKD LINE ian Service MODERN STEAMERS UNEXCELLED SERVICE Information and Tickets from any local Agent, or write H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agt. Can. West, 445 Main St.. Winnipeg, Man. PHONE MAIN 5312 CHU9UN mmm mmn no. The Royal Line MdNTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on Ton Flouting Palaces. Next Sailings, from Montreal: ROYAL QRORGE SEPT. 20 JIOYAL EDWARD ROYAL GEORGE ROYAL EDWARD HOYATj GBOR.GE Xmas Sailing from ROYAL EDWARD ROLAY GEORGE Rates or Passafie: 1ST CLASS J92.50 UPWARDS 2ND CLASS J53.75 UPWARDS 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'don Further information from S. B. Mitchell, Asenl C.P.Ry; H. Macbeth. City Ticket Agi., G. N. Ry., or write to A.H.DAVIS, OCT. OCT. IS NOV. 1 NOV. 15 Halifax NOV. 29 Dec. 13. 272 MAIN STREET AGENT, WINNIPEG I ROYA u MAIL Largest and Most Modern In Canadian Trade. NEW S. S. LAURENTIC NEW S. MEGANTIC About Tons Electric Eicvaj.org, Skilled Orchestras, Small Tables in Dining Room; Ward- robes, Chest of Drawers; Electric Unsurpassed Accommodation for All R.M.S. TEUTONIC. R.M.8. CANADA, One-class Cabin (called second Tlio best on the ship at moderate rates. Third class also; berthed In com. fortnhle rooms. u. Sopt. 30, Oct. 2S. 12, Oct. 7, November 4. 1G, Oct. n, Nov. II. 23. Oct. 21, Nov. IS. Sailings from Hoston, New York and Philadelphia to Queenstown, Liverpool Plymouth, Cherbourg South- inipton, London Dover and Antwerp, by AMERICAN STAR LINE STAR LINE. Largest and Finest In the World YAIPIC' Sailing Tbni. SepUO W. M. McLEOD Cannrilan Western Passenger Agent. 53S Main Street. S.E. Corner Portage PHONE M, 1924 WINNIPEG, MAN. rr.ut hr.tl liecn ncticc-J and that thc company hoped to clean up the wliolo (iirea in a few days. CuHing is gen- eral throughout the Raymond district, a few starting' 'gain on Thursday notwithstanding the deluge I of rain for four days provio'.isly. Some oftho finiin'in wiil have to >'je moved in order to prevent It from growing'. P. L. Atkins, Cleveland and Win. Luscomljc, ot" Xcw Dayton, were visitors to Raymond yct-terday. A new conferva lory of music will open OTI .Monday, Sert. II, in Ray- mond! ttnowri "A'3 thc Haynicnrl Con- servatory of Jlusic. Thorough cour- ses ''in piano will be given in piano by Mrs. -lennie Simmons; in voico hy .Mrs. Rlanchc O'Brien (formerly- IJlniirhe and by Uriel O'Brien in violin, orchestra ami t'.ioory. Di- plomas will ho given to students com- jileting a course in any of the depart- ments. The studio >5 on thc corner of Fifth -street and Broadway. Hcnator Smith, of Michigan, in his speech in the Senate thus described the reciprocity pact: "It is a. straight, square, una-du He rated gift of tlie Am- erican inark-cl to the producers of the soil of Canada without a compensat- ing return to our own people." Reci- procity is the issue: Biicbanan is the and Sept. 21 is the day. s tho Jaw re- will be Councillor McDuffco for i'uv police committee called attention to the fact I that cows were at cerHin times of I tho day allowed to run at large and) a.s a, res.uH trees, fences and have suffered considerably. The town! marshall empowered to engine comiietent man to drive cattle from tlie streets to the pound, tho man to receive the usual driving fee. A by-law was discovered whereby an of- fender can be prosecuted and Council- lor McDuffee gave notice Miai at tho uo.'it meeting of the council he wouM nove to amend bylaw No. 12 ralat- ng lo the driving of slock to pound, so that the clause reading on of a ratepayer" will be struck our.. Con nci Her for thc ft re, wnt .ind Usht committee, reported I'aiit per part and tributaries of the Yang TFO Kiang which HUM through the province. State department officials tatten ir.QBt fiuniliar with conditions in China are not very apprehensive for safe- ty of nuy foreigner in the province. They believe that the agitation is directed more agnluai ih-e Chinese government for economic reasons liian agairst the missionaries who have recently been en a particularly favorable footing in their relations with th-a natives. RAY KNIGHT IN FAVOR OF PACT (Continued from Front Page.J told .Air. IIP said, "that Can- wanted reciprocity." Mr. Knight is a personal friend aiul a business associate of .Mr. and it was! Figuring on a New Barn? THEN YOU ARE THE CHAP WE WANT TO SUE. We have the slickest stock of BAKST GRANARY LUMBER ever brought Into this vicinity. We flf- ured Umt a good nwny fRrmori would build this fall and bought our stock early RQU at LOWEST PRICES "l''. end v.'ll! soil accordingly. Don't your time wondering what the stuff will Jlnke n list of the items needed and let us tell exactly what ehe cost will ho. Hnntc vour bill next time you are in town; we will do the rest. COME ONCE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS COME TO Citizens' Lumber Co. Limited PHONES: Yard office 362 General office 334 1st AvenueS. 1-2 Street P.O. Box 664 TORONTO CONSERVATIVE IS GUT Samu i, man was needed 10 run the mimj. off courtesy tint Mr. Knight oe- j prcscn the spring. Several plications cnpicd a seat on thc platform at the j lion aid on the table but U. Piepgrisss !P. Magrath meeting. Mr. Knight ia ono'ronfo, jeivcd the position, his offices to of tho toavy stocl; holdors In the jo retained by the council till nuch' Kn'Eht Supar Co. Tlie Herald report- ......_ _____ imc as tho work on thc roads is co'ia-'er nsked'how the company stood on .M mv N'es- when Uay Powell be reciprocity, ami Mr. Knight's answer Tocoalo Manri am gascd for position. j was Mapreih opposed it but A resolution signed by D. Fox-and! tho otllpi" holders were in C. Card for fire, water and light! favor of toe pact, committee rctclvccl and adopted. At the Liberal tfrRiuilzation meeting It is as follows: Ushl a month oso'llr. Knight gave ns "Tlict the 'report1 nf the opinloii that reciprocity would be Treasurer be accepted, and tnst the cost of tlie, i tlie petition of the Security Invesf.- ''And that the to thc necessary nicnt notices, "And tiiiat Thursday, Oct. Sih, 1911, at 7.SO p.m.