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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September, 1C, 1011 TTTF LUTIIBRinnE'DAILY HERALD Paw DOCTORS HAD GIVEN VUL HOPE "Ffilt-J-ttw" sayed my Life E, May 9, "1 look upon my recovery as nothing of a miracle. I was for eleven yesra, constantly suffering from Chrome pynpepiia tml Indigestion. I 1 was t rented several doctors and they simply did we DO good. Dnring the latter part of my illness, I was so thin that I weighed only 90 pounds, I vomited everything 1 ate. The doctors give up to die as the stomach trouble produced heart wenk- and I was freqqeutly unconscious. I received the Kites Of The Church. At this time, a lady strongly urged to try When I had taken one box, 1 wv mnch better after boxes, I rras practically ;well again, and bad gained 20 pounds. I have taken 13.boxes i" all and now weigh 150 pounds and am veil." Madame ARTHUR TOURANGKAU. "Friiit-a-ttvis" is the only medicine In the world made of inteusified fruit juices and always cures Indigestion. 5OC. a 6 for 12.50, or trial mt 250. At all-dealers, or from Fruit- 1DWNERS OF GASOLINE YACHT ,HAD A NARROW ESCAPE 'Vancouver, Sept. a sinking Condition, and with her- foremast Jianglng over .her sid'o, the schooner- Jfiggod gQBoline yacht, Alice II., was picked up off Point Grey yesterday afternoon by the Grand Trunk Pac- ific steamer Prince George. B. Ji. own'ar of the vessel, and his friend, H. Hume, ware .on board the (boat was picked up. They lutd a narrow escape from death in tbe storm raging In the gulf. SERIOUS- IN SPAIN Madrid, Sept. strike sit- Juation in Bilbao and thi-oughoiit the province of Biscay, grows more al- with each day's developments, 'despite the vigorous measures' ire- 'eortert to by the government. Mat- ters have been aggravated toy the de- pletion of food supplies, and the tie (tip of transportation system. The (Insurrection movement Jn .Bilbao is B.IBO spreading to other''centres SELL HORSES 1NJMONTANA Prices are the Same but Market is Great Deal, Better Bruco Beagle, formerly' of LetH bridge, but now in b.utilnesH in d, Mont., Han boon spending a few days In the city and district, looking after business interests which ie retains1 liere. Mr. Beagle IB local- id in tho part the Btiito of Montana which has juflt been opened up dur- ng tho past coupio of yeare. In con- versation with the Herald, he men- ,otied tiie fact that he had handled two carloads horses during (.ho spring just past, and aays that hi spite of the stories being circulated by .lie anil-reciprocity friction in ao.uth- ern Albartn, horses in Montana bring ust as high, prices as they do hero, iml the market is more steady. Good in horses, such as tho majority of Alberta farmers bring from o Of cotirae, there are a lot ot'i scrub horses there, which sell for! bout ?GO, but they are not consid-1 any more-than they would be here. The average price oE horses j for the state, is at ?15Q, or just as high as tho average price in Al- berta. Billings, Mont., is the best market in the Northwestern States, outside of Spokane, and there is always a good sale for horses on the Billings market. During the spring, a Mr. Kraser, one of the. largest 'horse buyers in the State, now located at Bozeman, came to Canada, looking for i horses. He knew that Alberta was one of the best horse breeding parts of the continent and thought he could pick up a few carloads of horses here. On his re- turn, he told Mr. Beagle that the prices on both sides of tho line foi good ma rketable horses was practi- cally .ihe same, although he thought that Alberta horses would find ready sale in Montana if there was no duty against them. 31 r. fleagle is of the opinion that both Alberta and Montana will profit from reciprocity, and that in five years the most rabid opponents of the pact will be turned to supporters. ANOTHER CONVERT, Prof. Knight, of Queen's Supporter of Reciprocity Kingston, Sept. A. P. knight, professor of. animal biology, n Queen's University, who has always jeen a Conservative, announces him: self, in favor of reciprocity, which, he declares would be a. great advantage o Canada. Prof. Knight considers :hat. much of the Opposition talk which appears in the Conservative lewspapers is an insult to the intelli- gence of Canadians who think themselves. Standard's Seasonable Specials Evifery Saturday and Monday we make Special Prices on a few seasonable lines, and the public of Letnbridge bave been taking advantage of tbese great bargains. For tbis week we are giving special prices on Screens, Curtain Rods and Carpets. Solid Brass Extension Rods, in many different designs, regular price 25c, 30c and 35c, Satur- day and Monday Special 2 for 25c Fine Bedroom and Parlor Screens in Figured French Tapestry, Burlap and Art Sateens, all the latest designs'and patterns at greatly reduced prices Our Stock is very complete, but we have to make room for our fall stock which is arriving daily( It's a l s a peasure or us for us to sb L D ow you our snow rooms.. Urop in and IOOK over our d IOOK goods St anqar FIFTH STREET SOUTH Furniture Co. TKe Home of Quality Furniture OPPOSITE EUREKA GOOD MEETING AT K1NNONDALE S. J. Shepherd Confirmee Farmers in Their Faith in Reciprocity DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS OR PAINS IN THE STOMACH, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEA SICKNESS, SUMMER COMPLAINT AND ALL LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS MAT BE RAPIDLY AND EFFECTIVELY CUBED BY THE USE OF DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry The Medicine with a record of Cures extending over 65 Yean. Vou don't experiment when you buy It. Mn. S. S. Jnhnstone, Ochre River, Mtn., writon four I Dr. Fowler's Ertrmct of Wild Strawberry a good tot. "My ton, five ywiri old, got very tad with eholera infantura; two diyi after my next son took it, and tha third daj my little girl took it. I doelortd with all kjndi of thinge, .but they kept on getting worae and doeton could do no good. I then started the Dr. Fowler'i Mxtrtct of Wild Strawberry, 'and two or three dayi could acii a kept on with the treatment, but they wers to bald it took about two weeks to complete the Different people nave aaked me how I saved my children'! that time, and 1 wy it Dr. Fowlar'i Extract of Wild Strawberry. lam now never without it in the houee." FRIOK OINTf tnljr bjr T. MILBURN CO., Limited, TtrtnU, Gut. The at Kin- londale writes under date of Septem- ber 12: A fairly large number of electors of the district were present at a meet- ing, which was held in the school house last night, in the interests of 'reciprocity, and the candidature of W. A. Buchanan. While there was some disappointment, no doubt, because the candidate was not present, which was explained by the speaker of the even- ing, A. J. Shepherd, as due to the fact tliat he -was holding a meeting at IQuiscnstown, there was close and in- telligent hearing given to Air. Shep- herd's address, which fairly bristled 'with facts and figures to prove that reciprocity would be of advantage to the farmers of Alberta, and of Canada 'generally. Me'dealt with the price of I wheat, cattle, barley, etc., showing the advantages of the larger market. 'The r.uin of the railroads by the div- crsion of trade into new channels was ridiculed, the hollowness of the dis- loyalty cry was exposed, and all the stock arguments of the opposition .wore answered in a was convincing. In' conclusion, the'j speaker reminded the farmers that this was their opportunity to show ;that they earnest when they 'sent a delegation to Ottawa last win- ter asking for this very reciprocity 'and remarked.that when this was ob- jtainod, there was nothing to prevent sending another and larger del- '.egation to Ottawa which would obtain that the farmers desired. The i chair was filled-by D. Carrie, of Kin- nondalo Farmers Union, and the 'meeting was a model of order and close attention, and closed with the usual cheers. Kinnondale farmers arc practically unanimous for reciprocity. liravr pmi oof li def lal that will tho pa Carbon It ii wora Oru-jiroof tbin moal palnta. FJMJ 1st vour dealer fir It, CABBOX OIL WORKS, LIMITED, WINNIPEG For. SALP. uv STAFFORD CO. Phone 456 Third avenue South CHAMPION NEWS Champion, Sept. Warnock, ribernl candidate, was warmly ceived nt a public meeting held here on Friday last. He-apoko on his at- titude toward reciprocity, and oilier questions of interest. AVe predict for him a successful time when the hnl- ots are cast hero on the 21st. Dr. Warnock left on Saturday for Staveley. We saw the smoke! This doesn't mean Unit there has been a fire. No, we saw (lie smoko of the construction gang coming toward us at Clitimpion. This time next, week the steel sho.uld be here, and ii lot of our troubles will he1 over. Uuck shooting pnflies still go out, and wild duck Is a good side dish these days. Mrs. Heathcote, of Sussex, lias arrived at Yale. She will teach school there this term. A number of the farmers got a visit from Jack Frost last week, anil props will be a bit short on tliaL account, but nothing in the.. Kiuipe of a disas- ter need be anticipated. There, will he some Champion ex- hihiis nt (he Carmangay Fair. Mrs. Coffee has returned from Med- Washday Troubles Vanish The E. B, Eddy Co., Limited Hull Canada like mist before sunshine, if you use one of EDDY'S WASH BOARDS The Boards Avith labor-saving crimp. Eflfly's Wnsh Gourds arc Strong, Solid, Durable aud Well-finished; with :i crimp in the Zinc that is easy "ion you and your clothes. Insist on getting the following 2 In 1, 3 in i, Special Globe, and Eddy (small At All Good Grocers. icine Mat. Jack Beaubicd has also Madame Sandal( has a big reputation, came home from Midiisun, U. S. .A. and w-3 Icnk forward with to Tlioy all come name to Champion. [her coming. The usual weekly service won hold jh.t Hm% Sr_, 0f-N-ortil Dakota, i Sunday. The suLijJe-et on that was "Character." "Spiritual Sanity." The Sunday school ;s malting nig for a big rally day cpk'bration. red and hluo contest will be Isold, the scholars and officers ore all 2nt.huslisttc. A musical treat is in store 1'or us in Friday. That date Madame :Unrta. Sandal, tlic Norwegian soprano, will is tip for n. visit to Champion district! Champion needs a public weighing scale. Won't some enterprising soul put one in? give a voca] recital in Marks' flail. JGleichen school. Ambroc'j Guay, of Quebec, aged lOo years, 2 months and '2 days, is dead. H. H. ilefe'. of Agathfi, bus appoiiited principal of tha Lethbridge Monumental Works Sec our work. Get our prices. Agents Wanted. All kinds of marble slab work. Simpson Needs Works: Sth St. .South. Proprietors. LAVA FLOWING FROM MT. ETNA Cnthia, Sicily, Sept. of amokc from Jlount Klna hid Iho sky today. Tha [volcano to throw out Invn, cinders and ashes. A rivw of ISAM, flowing to the north. lias Boparntqd Into four ranln atrcnms, i the largest of which Is moving toward Aloantnra, and is two miles from Fmncavllln. The railway Elation of Soliooliiata Is in inuncdlatn danger. It is cstinmleri t.lmt the prosent erup- tion has caused far n property loss of Whaur are ye gaun the nicht, Jock? 441 m gaun tae the City Bakery tae get some o' the guid Meat Pies they hae begun tae ;