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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta XUe LMabrjaye Daily iiei-aiu. Jtnuav. __ V Don't buy Lumber or Building Materials of any kind until you examine our stock, and get our prices and terms. A saved is a earned Round Street Phone 763 ER Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 at N. Tabw iMUQCl MDJc River High Elyer Cltreaholm Nantoa Granum Carnuutgajj Baroaa Kipp Jet. or was Dr. Grant, formerly criminal oractice charged .by.the cor-j Upon'the presentation of lhe ver with the murder of j met.. Paul Parker, the former Lelan- and released on bail, pending the hearing of his case in the district court, since when he has .not been seen. He has a Wilson, continues Chief Pontet, and the pair of them are smooth crooks. White was ar- rested in Nevada for a big diamond steal about two years ago, but failed to get convicted. ''Kindly keep a close watch on whues mail and in that way we may be aWe to get a line on Wilson. are satisfied, has the bulk of the stolen property.. O'Leary the party White speaks of, is his'attor- ney Keep a close watch on this man while he is in your he con- cludes significantly, "for he can your watch while you are him." The Wilson alluded to bv Chief Pon- tet, Chief G-illespie is convinced, is the man Wilson Or Walters who was arrested Tuesday night last' in connec- tion with--the robbery -of the Mani- toba Restaurant, aacf the "slugging" Death After a Scratch Morris Quatzam, an eleven-year-old Windsor boy, fell off his bicycle and scratched his wrist.. He thought noth- ing of the ihjary. but blood poison in and he is dead. Such incidents as no means to make p-le realize'the danger that may lie even in the smallest wound. Take a-..simple illustration. When a knife, a rusty .needle, a splinter of dir- ty wood, a barbed wire fence, or a thorn, .scratches the hand, the latter is inoculated with germs, of which the air- about us is full. Directly these of the Chinese proprietor. Walters is germs are introduced through the ft ?s shiet las m houses where he called was that he j way avoid serious results is had a homestead north of Edmonton, cleaase the wound and apply Zam- poisoning of the arm, had jBuk- Zam-Buk is a powerful, yet pain- an-d wtten applied to ,the.broken skin is absorbed into the j tissue, instantly destroying th Wa7 Lethbridgc and dollr in nre, dollar in order to get a Current, Saskatchewan, and which i certificate was found on the man I soon as aPPlied to a sore or a G-roth. under arrest for robbing a cut stops the pain and xarmer named Vennesland on a train. smarting. That is why it as so popu- here, Chief Gil- 'lar with children. was I The flesh thus soothed and sisting of eight men and two wo- i Poison and cause of festering- men, who have been operating for 'removed. Having done this, Zam-Bufc some time in Regina, Moose Jaw, Ith611 proceeds to heal the wound or t0 the east !SOre' and new tissue is built The city police are convinced that up in a quick painless in the arrests they have been making ed off a number crimesead" I Zam-Buk mnst not be -con-fused -with All -the men have had -their photos dinary Zam-Buk is a taken, which are being circulated preparation, possessing anti- araong other police forces to ascer- septic, soothing and healing qualities tain if they, are wanted on specific that are not to be found together in charges. only here on vagrancy HAWLEY GOT TWO MONTHS SENTENCE Filling- Cheque for Too Large a Other Cases The whole of Wednesday's sittings of the District Court were taken up with hearing the charge of forgery i Louis Dennis Hawley. H ai> j peared that last June the prosecutor i in the case accused a blank sign- ed cheque with which he was to pur- cnase a yoke of oxen. Instead, accus- ed filled it in for and made it payable to himself, offering it for pav ment at the Bank of Commerce witnesses were placed, upon the stand tor the prosecution and accused "-avc evidence upon his own behalf. de- fence was that the cheque had' been i given him in payment of an account j owed him by the prosecutor. The I court found him guilty and sentenced .jim to two months' imprisonment i dating trom the day he was first in- I carcerated. The sentence consequent- ly expired yesterday and accused released. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., crown prosecutor, represented the crown and A. Smith defended. Tree Stealing Case At> yesterday's sittings, .Leopold P. Purdy, charged with stealing a quantity of young, trees from, tl'e citv nursery, was acquitted, Judge Winter atter hearing the evidence, INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER Charge Against Men Who Caused Blitflton Wreck Sept. charging involuntary manslaughter a skin food. For all skin diseases and bruises, burns, eczema, chafing, ulcers, ringworm, etc., it is' without equal. It is-also used wide- ly for piles, for- which it may be re- garded as a specific; All, druggists and stores sell atr SOVceEnts-a, box. .or post free from Zam-Buk C6.f', Toronto, for price.' should be SAYS GERMANY WANTS TO SMASH-MONROE DOCTFUNE Bell that has taken firm hold in the States that Ger- many is building Dreadnoughts with the view of making the Monroe Doc- the disaster near Kingsland Sept. 21st in which forty-one lives were lost were sworn today by Coroner Thomas. It is sai-d a warrant will be issued for Motorman B. F Cork- well. _ Brazil, and having no 1 on the British Dominions. VERY SUDDEN DEATH OF INNISFAIL CITIZEN Ex-Mayor Rae Meets With Minor Ac- cident and Dies Shortly After inmsraif, Sept. A. ti. .McKae died yesterday afternoon suddenly of heart.-failure. Mr. jicRae, who was a harness mak- er by profession, was in his shop in his usual good health and had just waited on a customer. Returning to his seat to resume his work, he sat down on a knife which Sad Deen acci- dentally put there. This caused a wound in 'the rear part of his :mgn, though only of MACKENZIE AND MANN AFTER MORE STREET RAILWAYS .London, Onz., Sept. is stated on what is considered "the 'best ol that Mackenzie and Mann are taking- steps to secure control ol the .London street railway, and also of the London and Lake Erie Trac- tion Co. BADLY CRIPPIED WITH UME BACK ......_ a minor nature. J-. stating M-'he wound'was dressed bv Dr. lllon did not consider the case onjejwno had hardly got away" from" the Jnhn H. Mitchell took a -weak- parks and paSSed cock, John C. Chenery, emplovees of rhQ aeceased the department, and Jos. "Gillespie thiei or Police, gave -evidence C F' P. Conybeare, K.C., prosecuted and Mr. Poapst, Of Dunwoodv and Poapst defended. The case of Citizens' Lumbsr Co v. C. Mathews, a claim for S97 go heard, W. S. Ball Plaintiffs, and J.. N. RitchiJ ft r de! lendPnt. A. H. Diescth, local nan- apr ot the company, eave evidence r.n their behalt, and William -1 Morrli son and Gustav j. Ransch "for fendant. Morrison built a house' icr Mathews, who was at the time ac- countant m the company's He was "bad pjy" as t-hev and they held Mathews ror the balance of the bill tvs aeniea the responsibilitv. was reserved. The case of J. A. Macdonald v of ?rank' a suit for ar- s proiessional services set over until the next sittings. hv consent. Syeli was very highly re- spected, and served as coaac-Kior -to the town for .several years, and occu- pied the mayor's seat during the 'last I TJie late Mr. MeRae'was a member of the Presibyterian church, and a past master of the I. O. O. F. He came rrom Gait, Ont, eight years ago and leaves'a widow .and a son to mourn tis 'loss. CHOLERA EPIDEMIC WORK STOPS AT NAPLES RAIDED OPIUM JOINT Winnipeg, Sept. .police last night raided an opium joint, on Suth- A'apies, Sept. on the port has 'been suspended practically in con- sequence of the cholera epidemic in the poorer.quarters of the city. All loreign steamship lines refuse to take either passengers. or freight. avenue, securing about dollars, an outlit and a celestials WILL SEND LIST COMING TO CANADA London, Sept. Board of Education aave arranged to co-oper- ate with the education authorities of Western Canada -with the view to send fiftymgtoaeacliers ceali nadv ians the ma ir of i mg in advance a list of teachers in- j tending to emigrate to the Dominion. Gould Wot Walk Straight Very few diseases can cause you as much pain as a Lame Back. Sitting down is up pretty nearly kills is agony. Even when in bed, that nagging pain keeps up its ache, ache, when you roll over or try to get up again, well, it brings tears to your eyes. Saf. Mackenzie, ail old resident of Elms- dale, Nova Scotia, knows what it is to have a Latne he knows, too, what to take to cure it and be free of pain and suffering'. "I was badly crippled up with pains across the small of my back. I could not walk or lie comfortably in any position that I would pkce myself. I Was recommended to trv Gin Pills, I did, and I received' immediate relief after taking four doses, and by the time the first box of Gin Pills was finished they had made a complete cure. I caa with pleasure recommend Gia Pills to any person troubled as I was." GEO. M. MACKENZIE. Gin Pills cure Lame Back because they cure the Kidneys. Lame Back is just another name for Sick Kidneys, Hard work and old age strain and weaken the kidneys. These important organs need help, and the ncute pain in the back is a sign that they are being overworked. Give your kiineys the help they need. Get Gin Pills and take them regularly. very short time, you will be free of pain, the kidneys will have gained new strength, and the Bladder be in excel- lent condition. Dealers cvervwhere have Gin Pills at 50c. a for 52.50. We don't ask you to buy Gin Pills but to try them at our expense and only buy them after they have proved their value. Sample box sent to your vjjjugc H you wnte Uie National Drug Chera. Co. Limited ;