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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie Lethbridge''Daily Herald. Saturday; Sept. .AfraM to Eat? Does the fear of indigestion spoil the enjoyment your meals? It needn't. Just take of -and you won't know you have a stomach. They will see to it that.your food'is properly digested. They are among the :best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded by .Ptpcrt chemists and guaranteed by the largest wholesale in Canada. 50c. a box If your druggist has not ct, send us 500. and we will mail you a box. NEW TOWNSITE ON THE MARKET Kirkcaldy Lots Will Be Sold-Steel Soon Reach- es New Towns rarmangay. Sept- new towhsite of Kirkcaldy, which is sit- uated in the Tlush" Hills district, ON THE TRAIN OLD SLUMS TO Shipment of Cattle From Glaresholm-Farmer Loses DRUC AND CHEMICAL Co. OF CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL. 36 Uaresholra, Sept.- 7.-John Oliver, oi Meadow Creek, has been very ill gangrene and as a consequence and so well known lor its good tann- nis leg was amputated by Dr. "Slew- ing land, and about twenty miles burn, of Lethbridge. Much svinpathv is.telt for- Mr. Oliver in his misfor- tune. The thoroughbred stallion sent out OF WAITING THE POLICE THE THOSE Pimee Victor XapoIeonjoNLY CASES Priiicess Clemen- tine to Wed Alter Delay north of here, be sold by the Equity Teas I "UC HEART 'FOA'BER? 'by Thursd-JT y years married morsanatically 'belongins to C. Ives and E, has -three hild H- has -three children. .T.; Owing to the King's objection Prin- aess Clementine and Prince "Victor r, meet, but remained faithful to each, other, and in this respect the aften-raentfoned "paper-cbase" F1NCHER CREEK NEWS Pincher Creek, Sept. J. B. vVhen they arc out on'.- could arrive in the town and not until was up against one of the big build- in es. 'The depot is practically completed and the station staff will" move in-in course of a few days1 time. Judge. Enjoins Disagreeing Couple to Remain Apart for a Month. New York Inci- Lillicoe, who is a third year arts sta-! the orthodox red color and aen-t: may be recalled. Prince Victor I dart of Victoria University, is to the second story, addition makes _ _ ,i_ a.i_ _ .1 _ filllTr" TiTfflT rrtcmiin. I abouLa year ago-hapisened to be pres-j conduct the morning and evening; ser- a picturesque at, a paper-ciase on horseback a; i vices in. the Methodist church next I Rapid progress is building, benis; made who .was .unable to conceal her tion.' After the death of King Leopold last winter the betrothal was again men- tioned. The yocug King Albert I week. Miss Ella Peiietier, of New West- B. C., JS visiting -with rela- tives in .tQ-wB. ations. Kali has been falling heavilv the district- during the jetting the ground Is word, oi tbe railroad plans hav- Sept. ilor- has ap- a poefs .philosophy to real life, to let "absence make w ir STOW'fonder" in the case 1 of Mr. and Mrs. James Turner. He issued -an' injunction er to speak to his wife, or near h-r home for one month. After that sep- aration, he said, .He believed the would both .have thought it-over calm ly enough to make recon citation possible, says the American Turner is. one of the best known farmers in the, vicinity. He owns four farms., adjoin each othe and. cross the line between New Tori and For the last year be has worked .night, and clay to" o> veiop the. properties.-, and the result has been, that; hJEfi-ias had little ti_. !u jto devote to -and, their--orettv Now the greates-c of housing reforms is under way. English clubs have spasmodically cleansed blocks and al- leys in the'last decade; and the study of housing the poor has occupied mu- nicipalities for a score of years. In- vestigations and cross-investigations have been made and reports filed. But who would havo dreamed ten years ago, when, a town shou'ted for praise if' it widened a street, that the day wai.at.hand for tearing down cities and rebuilding them? Eighteen Thousand Houses Eighteen thousand houses of the Liverpool poor are now 'to go to' 3ish and as'many wholesome, cheerful lomes for the working people to rise n their seems suspendous. the work of which one could conceive for every- one knows that a man's house has as much to do with the state of his body mind and soul as any-thin, can have. An ordinary city of-about copulation is represented by the Appendicitis Cumd By "Friiit-a-tives" NJJWBUKGH. ONT., Feb. i2th. 1910 Just about a year ago, Ella (fourteen was taken with ternble rams in the nght side The paiu was so severe that we had Jher to bed. e at once put her under the care of a first-class doctor, who pronounced it a case oi Appendicitis and advised an operation.' We took her to a hospital in Kingston where she -was again examined bv an eminent specialist He said she had Appendicitis and must be operated on at once if we wanted to save her tife As we had taken her to Kingston to have this done we were ready but our daughter was afraid and cried and begged so pitifully, that we postponed at for that day. Luckily for us and for her- an uncle came in. with some and insisted on Ella taking them. Good results were apparent almost from the first dose, treatment cured her, 'Frnit-a-tives' saved ouf daughter from the knife she ia enjoj-ingthe best of health." J.W. FOX LILLIAN FOX, Words cannot express gratitude of Mr. and Mrs. Fox, And Miss Ella will always rememljer discovery of an eminent physician, and the only medicine in the -world made of fruit, soc. a box, 6 for or trial box, 250, At Sealers, or sent, oostpaid, on receipt of price tives Limited, Ottawa. place are noted for their open-hand- ed policy. 100 houses reb.uilt-' or -rebuilding. Now That is the chief reason that, a city _. is emboldened to undertake a. gian-t material reform, such as tearing down of its houses and putting up what it. deems proper and fitting kind of homes for its people who, are not In ly unfit- remain, and GOT ROYAL WELCOME ondon. Sept lfc-A private "cable- from-Rt; Rev- .A. W.' Bishop of London, confirms the' ac- count of the warm welcome accord- ed Bi-Centeaarv Of the .-.Canadian.- cTnirch ,'in The Separate School pupils their teachers, paid a visit to flour mill here on Labor Day, where'Ininc they were instructed in the" manner of milling wheat. The visitors were -e Jear ttzi the Durham Collier- have.bought, up Stafford given a souvenir before leaving. The Edinburgh Town Council automobiles for horsed i lurther ri wards of !next- east jo town, have purchased up- time control this ouc gines in the Brigade. Caused by a. Bisdrdered liver Cored by Dr. Morsels Indlaa Roof PSIs The work Is to secrete the 'exceedingly bitter fluid whicii is often called gall This bile is stored in the gall-bladder and at the proper time it.is poured into the upper part of the intestines. There it helps in the digestion of the fatty and oily parts of the food, and regulates the action of the bowels, causing them to often enough "-to dear the system promptly of indigestible foo'd. "When the liver gets out of order, as it does with 3. surprisingly large number of people, the flow of the bile becomes irregular, and the quality of the fluid is changed. The bowels consequently become irregular also, being constipated and loose by turns; the food is only partly digested; the bile gets into the blood, acting there as a poison and demoralizing the whole system. A sudden aim acres. year the steel for the line will be laid, and we shall ng coal and he in Ojht-r mining centres. The coal! Tlle daughter Saru, buras with h-uf. THtlr. ier's com-nlai-nf-'-rcff-ii and is used all IS-year-old daughter, -Florence. Daughter saye -He's "Just Mean' ilrs; filed: a -suit for that-her band has been heavily arT had treated, Turner, dr (nied the charges remphatically. H isaid he had not drunk a drop in :-ut little around m preference to any other despite the fact the prices are similar. j er's complaint'-wlth the charee her 'father. that SOCIAL SOCIETY ORGANIZED BY A FERNIE CHURCH to the Herald) Fernie, Sept. ll attend- v eveninsr a gentleman She char- as "jnst too who was calling on her. acterized her -father mean." Justice Morschauser. read between of the- testimony, and de- cjuarrels were not serious. He "simply ordered- that''Turner take the lines cided tbe ed meeting of the Fernie Social and a rest from work and give' Jamilv Kecreaaon society Isst night; in the a rest from himself. the Methodist church, the mouth, and a most disagreeable feeling of sickness und lassitude. This is Biliousness. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills get right at the root ot the trouble and speedily relieve it. They first ptit the disordered liver ric-ht so that it supplies a normal quantity of healthy bile, inis opens the bowels and clears out the ti? system. The blood is ptirified, the stomach aeaosed, all the, disagreeable symptoms disappear arid the whoie delicately adjusted mechanism of tne body moves smoothly again. On the first of "bilious symptoms Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Mr. J C. McCuIloch, a railway conductor of Oat., writes: "It is with T -nrrJto take scbool room o. a permanent organization was "effect- ed. Rev. president: J. Robinson, and Ross treasurer. An executive committee of five consisting of R. Clerk. j! himself. Will Live Apart for a Month. The'court said that at "O i LAJ.CVC tto _K. was made; the end of a month Turner would re- secretary, jalize how dear his family was to him and all would be amicably settled. Turner accepted the decision In good spirit. He said he-would go to bey, in are to-give-way to mod- rn enlightenment.- -Anci not alone do-the-poor- benefit. Breeding places of disease -that men- ace tbe entire community rich as well as "poor, are wiped out. Economically also the result is', equally''beneficial. For a family in a "good home is.much more valuable than one "in a hovel. Perhaps no city 'is'so'serlously over- crowded as the metropolis Itself, for London is so much" b'igger than other English problems, can not help being -more But Liverpool is a great-shipping'center, as well as .a great manufacturing cen- ter, so. that .all classes, of; the lowest grade congregate in.its. slums and vel in squalor uncouth ana terrible. So tuis.heroic measure' of ripping the slums, out by. the. rqpts takes on the aspect -of an act', of desperation. .The poor'of'orher English cities are poor, but the poor of Liverpo'ol; are frightfully poor. When "a" commission a position to pick and choose. Now. before we tell the" other reason for this let us Interpolate ithe in- formation that Liverpool'is very, near in population and covers al- most acres. v Powers of British Cities The second reason for this general reform, which would be quite impos- sible outside of England, lies In the fact that the municipality is doing the largest share of it, and can do It In the year 1890 the cities of Eng land grew weary of a complexity- o laws regulating improvements which made'legal'processes a constan- adjunct to "every move, and tied them up in miles of fearful red -tape So they demanded certain liberties and SUITORS NUMBER THOUSAND AND ONE Real Merry Widow Pap- ered Wall With Love Notes until Right Man Proposed .its. slums and re- privileges with regard to condemning :th ana property and settling, indemnities, and got Them.. As. a result, they can carry on reforms, which .in any "other land would be branded as socialistic and beyond the conventional right of municipality. For instance, if any section is dan- gerous from a sanitary point of view of housing, experts wete out in the _ __ in 1901 to study ithe. ciiy'may" the other "cities present S.her- was made honorary was elected, and tbe ma wood Herchmer, president A committee on constitution and by-laws was also elected to draw up tnese documents and report to the next meeting. There are now 100 members and arrangements are being select and order a complete equipment for the gymnasium and aave the same put in place for use in the big basement of the church, and to equip and furnish :he reading with the necessary supply oi Doolis and periodicals. 1 T -T J" Headerson- a bungalow on a farm in Connecticut and live there alone until the injunc- tion was lifted. The court told the attorneys to re- turn In a morith and he would con- sider the there still was a DOCTOR'S REPORT STARTLES ST. PAUL _ St. Paul, Sept. authori- ties are aroused over conditions men- tioned by Dr. Henry Meyenling. medi- lad undertaken, they- came -to -realize :hat a new and independent- problem faced them that was orate-unlike'-that, of any other city, for -their -poor were so much, poorer that- calculations had o be revamped before-they could be from the enterprises of oth- er sections. If the poorest householder in Glas- ow could pay-.60 cents a week'and a more for his he Liverpool house. had to be built o that the poor man would. not have o pay more than 50 cents, and so orth. One Thousand People. Per Acre Some idea of the conditions may be had from-the fact. the densely populated-sections, there-were nearly people to the acre, aud in many districts, an average of eight or ten persons living in apartments of -two rooms or less. Moreover, it was said that one-fifth and h -M- omldmg it; also it may remodel the enure neighborhood so that adjacent buildings do not interfere with light or ventilation. The city may do its own demolishing atfd rebuilding 5 may relegate duty to -private citi- zens or as it sees fit More than this, -If the residents Ofa given district to the number of twelve do not like their neighborhood, they maj- demand, a- special investigation STEAD INTERPRETS HAGUE FINDING Sept.. reference i o doubts expressed by .Sir Edward Mor- eyery fifth bouse being placarded for days in the year! it is a condition ot conetant plague. The truth of the matter is that be- fore Liverpool tackled the problem of of the chuch he -'Otn Thp ief of fn mproper action sufrered from biliousness, caused bv die tjon of my liver. I tried remedy" after them a fair trial. Tfiey proved to me perfect health." 0 rhfn 01 tne formal opening of the "Malnutrition is startling- in its for, ivaience. More than six hundred chil basement jdren have been found to be suffering evening, from this disorder because of lack o tne Aid So-1food or improper food. Some sort o' do tbe cater-1 lunch that could be furnished to chil be made the dren in schools would aid materially preventing noxious- diseases, it was a resort fishing companies If) employ aliens on their, boats is recognized as unassail- able, hut the right of Newfoundland to exclude from fishing in Newfound- land waters aliens who may happen Symnasinm and reading- room. present membership insures the cess of tbe undertaking, but number will be doubled in a ime after the organization has been jMeyerdin completed and the institution has been set going upon Its most useful mission. in their physical and mental develop ment." The School Board has appoint- The sue- ed a committee to confer with women this j in. affected districts in an effort tc short (carry out. the plan suggested by Dr HARD TO LIVE FOP SaZe Everywhere at 25e. per Box, 24 Hangman m Austria-Hungary Ob- jects to so Many Reprieves London, Sept. Bari, of Budapest, has addressed a protest to the Hungarian parliament against the lenient treatment which has of sate beer, extended to prisoners con- victed of murder. As he is the pub- jiic executioner the reason ot his ac- tion is obvious, Capital punishment bas become so .sre ir. Hungary that he finds him- for the Beater part he- must, live he has a regular salary or reprieves. demanded either tftat there shall be fewer CHOLERA PATIENTS ESCAPED Sept.. action of irr of tv.'o persons irom the cho district a> enter thp town has provoked great rage here, in a riot yesterday the authorities were fi-oned and wo seriously injur- ed DYSPEPSIA TABLFTS 1 fcj will keep you on the sunny side by keeping your di- gestive organs in perfect condition. Price 25c. and 50c. to Und themselves on American ships of) is equally recognix.ed Clausu in fmd- as were fre-! ing runs To nrovrni-, anv town the was well n a centures the h eradicated from of occasions. old section, -sv-hich lies between what is known as the "pool" and the waterfront, used to be a veritable nes? crcoked al'evs wa destroy1! modern this tribunal expresses the opinion that non-iii habitants employed as members of fishing crews ori United tearing t seems ALL Sold and guaranteed by 223 g maladies as tenderly cities foster commerce Then was the fashion for things to pieces established 1n be a peculiar fad of the old section was more than bodily raxed, but it was always allow- ed to grow .up again as it listed, and it always grew foto the same old town City Build This time it will be different, how- ever, for this time citv is not only o do the tearing down, -but also the uilding up. In i he early pan. of the last cen tury there was a demand for shacks winch were called cottages for want o, a oerrer name. They were built about courts, little where neither lijjhr., .air nor goodwill was permitted to enter, at any price These abominable holes, added to what was left of the older stylo of barracks, combined TO" make up as undesirable a. of homes lor the poor mortals who could not aliotxl to as you could' expect to spft. One thing about. Liverpool is that :t.is.always wealr.hy. Being a seaport of tbe highen rank, the business sec- tion and business people are rich and prosperous beyond compare. So rpuol ha.s alv.ays been ready to .nvest v-st sums of money on im- provements, and the charities of the or for- mav such Stairs vessels dcrivp no immunity from treaty. Americans can thus ship any signers or Newfoundlanders they hire, that docs not entitle alicnsaio any immunity or benefit, from.the treaty, nor does it exempt Newfoundlanders from punishment for disobeying the laws of country. The Duke of Portland has promised SoO.OOO towards the erection of muni cipal buildings for Troon. Seattle, Wash.. is a story of a real merry widow and ex- actly, men. 'Each, and every one of-the begged for a chance to marry her. The man is the lucky one and 'the wedding will occur shortly.' The merry widow is Mrs. Rilla May Dike, a "phone operator. It is ques- tionable if Mrs. Dike ever saw more than a scant half dozen of the suitors. At. the State Fair, in-Huron, -South in 190S, Mrs, Dike was award- ed the prize for being the .prettiest young woman in the state. News- papers devoted, columns.to her photo and beauty. At.first letters came-by twos and threes, but finally -the rural delivery man had to put on' an extra mule to aid in hauling her mail. .There was .etters, photos, pictures, boxes of can- dy, dress goods, articles for the toilet, perfume, plumes, hatpins, ribbons and pet animals. Mrs, Dike has a bungalow on her 160 acres. There she opened and read every one of the proposals. Mrs. Dike plastered the walls and the ceilings and used the photos for roofing, and with the'surplus b.uilt a. chicken corral. Over all she pasted this large sign: "Love letter shack. Tack new pro- posals on vacant space." Mrs. Dike was literally driven off Ifer claim. She came to Seattle in 3909 and found employment. There, her beauty attracted other wooers, and though she fought them off with .her rugged South Dakota ex- perience, she at last fell victim to Cu- pid and a. Seattle business man won her hand. .DIPLOMAS OF MERIT In addition to the regular premiums the Lethbridge Agricultural Society have issued special diplomas of merit to the folio wing exhibits: A. wire fence. H. engine and plows. George plate and proof. Mrs. J. B. brass work. H. iron work. Campbell, Wilson cultural wagons and implements. Petrie Manufacturing separators. V. W. sewing chine. Hyde George and stoves. Ellison Milling Mrs. N. drawing. The Terrill Floral The Garbutt Business College-Type- writing. Miss Susie painted china. T. S. im- plements. If these parties will call at the so- ciety office on the square they can obtain the diplomas. Price 35 cts. DIARRHOEA, CRAMPS, DYSENTERY, COLIC, CHOLERA MORBUS CHOLERA INFANTlifl and all Summer and Bowe! Complaints. Ask for Dr. Fo-wlcr's arid insist to getting what yon ask for. Refuse Dangerous. .The original it manufactured only by TKE T. MELBURN Limited Toronto, Ont. ;