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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ,1011, THK.tETIIB.RIpQE DAILY -ffERAU) Page IX. in Half a You Can Have Fire Fire-Box at Will MACLEOD WANTS MAN FOR MAYOR YOU ran readily EHC life advantage to you of the division plate in summer when you Wiint to cook with as little discomfort as possible. It slips into place instantly, .with ease. It saves waste of fuel because you use only HJ much as you need. You need not build a bif; fire for a little meal or for heating water in the boiler for baths. No sweltering kitchen, no unnecessary heat, no unnecessary labor heated, season when you have a V vo.e" jv w wtK -Steel Mangel iu.'your and there are a dozen exclusive ivpoiuts: of "merit that only need investigation to con- vince you that you will get more satisfaction out of a Sask-Alla than there 'is in two ordinary ranges. Write the nearest McClary branch for Sask Alta booklet and the address of the nearest McClary Agent. Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver St. John, N.B. Hamilton For Snle by "Stallorrt-Agnew Co.'- The Handy Heater You offe'ri, need sortie Keat in early Fall, when you Have not yet started the furnace. ,..i-.- In whatever part of the house you want it, you can get it best and quickest with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater.1 The Perfection is the most reliable heater on the market, and you can move it wherever you please. Start it in bedroom or bathroom. a.nd you dreti in comfort on the e0Idetf morning. Take it to the dining-room, knd early breikfut CMey meal. A touch of a match at dusk, and all ii snug lor the evening. The Perfection Smokeless Oil Hester is beautifully ore anywhere. Dnrmi of plain steel or enamelled in blue: nickel A special automatic device makes smoking' Burner body c become wedged. All parts easily cleaned. Damper top. Cool handle. Dealers everrwWe; cf wrilc for oWnptive circular to any aicncy of The Imperial Oil Company, Limited women tho beginning of our fe would helpless, the inidtllo clc- oid of jil-easure, and rlio end Bermudan women are noUd for 'Uiair. fine complexions. This is said to ba partly duo to the fact tliat they oat plentifully, of onions. Yoii For fA Smart Cap! yYou'd look wellin a 'but you perhapa have never seen the cap that woufd just suit your face. You will, just as soon as you try on an Eastern Brand cap-the kind that has- fit and style-the only cap you can buy in all this country that really suits the face of the man who wears it. Really, you need a cap about as often as you need a hat. BUT-you need the right cap. You will find it tn any store that displays the Eastern Brand f sign. Stedman May run of Trade and Publicity MaolciJtl, Doc. llactielt, tlie real estate firm of Wilton Hiickclt. has been unpointed local manager of MM; Massey-Harris ntnui here and will take charge at once. W. liilworth, the late m'aii- ap.iT, will remain in Macleod anil wilt act as agent for' the M. Huraley Co. and the Hci> Automobile Co. and at UK-' time will conduct his gar- It. T. Barker, the well known Muc- h-nil dry Roods merchant, and MisB K. K. Flinn, second daughter of thu ItiU- Charles K. Flinn, ol Hldfast, were married on Wednesday at the home Of K. Hart-cr, brollu-r oi the (-room. ''eremony performed Ijy the Uov. liathurst Hall and only immediate relatives and a few friends were present, Following up -the promise which I tin.- town council made to the Hoard; of Trade a week ago when they stat- j ed that ihe town would subscribe two dollars for every one dollar col- lected by the Hoard, the board organ- ized a campaign and today, lour teams of two men set out. to collect the- which was the limit set by the council. The teams too'.' ilinrrehl sections of lliu town and in about two hours had raised the re- quired amount, meeting with haudly any refusals. The collectors were entertained at noon at dinner In the Queen's Hotel, which was given by T. H. Stedman, anil in the afternoon wont to work again for short per- iod till Ihev had raised upwards; .ol in cash and notes. .For. 'the frst S7 0 tollu-ti.' th j receive II 00 from tb Sown" nhtch TIT WAS CANCER "Fritl-i-lhis" ctnpliltlr rtslortd BI SVDSXY HlNKi, N.S., Jan. zslli. 1910. "For many yeare, 1 suffered tortures from Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Two yean aro, I wan no bad that I vomited my food constantly. I also suffered with Constipation. I consulted physicians, as I was afraid the disease was cancer, But medicine save only temporary relief. Stirling, in Associated 'Boards of Trade (Continued from page Stirling flock Join guests on Monday I read in the 'Maritime about Kruit-t-tivw and the cures this medicine., was making snd I deckled heartily. The evening1 were: Mr, and Jlrs. ii Osllund, w.; Jlr. nnd iMi-i. Frank Stiw'i. Mr and Mrs. W. T. OKilon, Mr. and Mrs. .Merlin Rtoed, Mr. lind' Mrs. It. Hardy, Mm. S. Clarko, Misses Untile and rOliso Clark Messrs. i.ouls, Albert ami Joseph Hrandley. According to the Chamber of Com- merce Journal, about 82 nor cent, o-f the world's asbestos comes from Ca- nada. The Canadian output baa In creased from 3SO tons In 1880, to MO tons in JOOil. In the Lake (marries in the province of Quebec, there are tons of asrxwtos in sikh't. The asbestos slate or shin- Bio Industry, a development of the.last rive years, lias to such an ex- tent that It Is predicted that within a short time 75 per cent, of all the au- bratos produced In Canada will be used in malting new roofing material. How few people know ivhat a great country Canada really is. At -the entertainment on Tuesday night, under the auspices of the Young Men's and Young Ladles' Mut- ual Improvement association, Miss Emma Brandley won the Story Con- test. This was a contest in the writ- ing of an original story, and much to try it.; taking Hirer. IMXM, I skill was shown by the -two compeli- found a great change for the tetter and now I can say 'Fruit-a-tives' has 'entirely cured me when every other treatment failed, and 1 reverently say "Thank God for 'Hniit-a-tives'." jtors in the preparation and delivery I of their work. .Miss Brandley gave i "The Xorrinrille Christmas land Hiss Lorena Molman, her com- ill h ut least) als0 BRAND CAPS inciiii that they U 00 to oik 01 low nd the) mil It ill ir l1" kcniLnts for taring their publicity cimi insn n el 1 ready have over two hundred'applica lions for the. po ill n n publicity co nn s oner 11 II call a meeting in a few days, to select: the host of the ipphcints A large- deputation composed of the principal business men and. proininent iitucn presenter! a largely signed pef tilion to T. II. p'ropriefor of the Queen's Hotel "to riili for may- or, hut as yet he has not given any definite., answer. .If Mrr.'S.tcdman paCrv cepts, and it is rjuite possible that be uill lie will probably he acclamation. Me. Stedman ochiir pied the mayor's chair in Macleod' igo and proved bimself to'fofi-Uie. most capable and best man for tlie. position, that: has ever beld; it 1 he same deputation are IIIIM selecting candidates for c lots but is, let no names' have been The Macleod'Cricket ,C'iiibaTc hnlr.1- g their fourth annual Ma'stjuerade Hall in the town ball tollight'-and the hall is crowded. The ttilnes are much better 'and more ied than flu-y have been in past years the dance is the most successful ever held by the club, liave not yet started to judge the costumes and will have, some trouble in doing so. T. Rhodes, proprietor of tlie' Her pot Restaurant, bas sold out bis in-' lerest in that business to.Messrs. Ihamlxerlain Roberts, who will in' 'utnrc conduct it under the name, of the Depot, Hotel. Mr. Rhodes will re-open the Savoy Cafe, which bus liccn unoccupied since the fire in the spring. Mr. Rhodes, intends to be open for business the latter part, of his week. The Macleod Hardware Co. are put- .fng in a -stock of furniture in con- iccvion with their present siock' of lanhvare. They are unloading :thoir irst carload today.' 'Thc Utlies' Aid of -the .English" church beld a sale of work in the own ball On Thursday afternoon nnd ivening, which proved very successful. Pea was served in the afternoon and in tho evening some of the best local talent gave concert. The total pro- ceeds Of Hie sale, etc., amounted to over S275, and ihe, expenses were on- ly Malcolm McKcllzie, M. P. I'., Clarpsholm, and R. Patterson, M.P. of JIacie-oil, have left for Edmon- BDWIN ORAM, Sr. "By Proxy." Tlie contest was thestomacb, iKx-ided by pointu. Miss Brandley ro- increases the actual quantity of Eastric ceiving 78, and Miss Holman 75 The MCSS1'8- Frank -rruitatfvcs- is the onlv medicin, m Elmer Spftckman, and Mrs. Hi, the world made of fruit jniccs. n1 500. a box, 6 for or trial size; 25c. At all dealers, or from Limited, Ottawa.. Welling Needs 1 More. Grain Cats (Conlmu 1 fron i already Mi was successful in ent for and took two Oeo._ Oler, president o-.' th Voiing Men's Mutual, occupied tli chair, and in addition 'to the two stc'i tos the following selections were veil dered: Hocitation, "The Ham Pasaey; piano solo, Alice Steed. i good crowd attended. .A meeting of the Board of Tradi was held on Slon'day night in tin school with Vresidcnt .T. W the chair, L', Ijcach, o ;Tab3r, representing the AssociH'ted Heninger of Traclc'of Soutliern Alberta 'hat he I wa's preserit, and" presented a propo ten back of affilia-tion Stirlinj, with hp him today-lo'-help .bring homo ep Quite a number of Welling people ing r which was accented. A meet to be held on some date before December 5 to appoint a delegate to Utanded the funeral of. Mrs. Haycock '.attend the convention in Lethbridg. at Migiath till.. The leceiieedion thnfda-tc, A good feature of this lady WRS Tvell known at and convention 'will be that Stirling wil Jo the bereaved friends the commun-i have as mucb to say as -far as rating Hy and the Herald extends sympathy. is concerned as Lethbridge or Taber Threshing is general again, and ail for one Board of Trade has only 01 the machines available arc at work, j vote. A letter was read by Secretary J. H. Wilde is wording on-'the JIc-jT.-'A. Spackman, from a business ex (Jarty farm, south'of town. '.7. C. Pef- crspn is runniiis oil his own' farm. J. change in Winnipeg, saying that thcj had man who was willing 'to come T. Heningerlias one machine on .his tp Stirling, and hnild an up-to-datp own was- offered Jos. C. Peterson is at T. O. King's. I The matter is to be taken up at an- F.-.a..Holfson, a mem meetiipg of the Boiid of. Tiude ber High cihmei'l "of the yJaifed' In hia official cipic spoke at the House; son'a subject life of Smith, and in it tie Bpeajier dwelt on liii hoyfiocd; the i trqdffction of Gospcf" his adftiVnistration, atul'-his 'later pXrse cutions. T. W. Harris is Mr. Rolf- misBionary cqinpanion, hut 'he wiis.uiiable to get to'Wclling on Sun- Surprise 'Ern "H-e ihaliea a fine appearance. "Yes. You'd never guess he'd come to borrow money until he The judges i makes -the Free Press. of ton to attend the opening Of itilaitirc. iPf._ it Sayei Money One way of taking the rotit ft to wait three hours eve'ry day In the ante-room of a futon folia phy- KMBBB City .lournai. The Heart Route "Von can reach a man's hotrt with fowl, a woman's with ndded tho vSlmpIo H.e- ftord. The hardest task some young men cut but for themselves .is to live up tnelr clothen. Yonll Sleep More Sonsdlj U Ttu Keep Beillhy Wllk Dr. Morse's hdln IM! rills The mi or woman witk i good ppecite, nund digcitioo, and bowels ind iidneyi working right, is never troubled much With ".ileepletsneis. the boweli -.become constipated xnci the liver, ind kidneys lluggish that the trouble begini. Lnj liver md constipated boweli quickly bring on bilipuHicu; indigestion -and lick head- ichei, iniVing a sound, refreshing night's sleep impossible.' Orlthe inactive kidneys allow the blood to becomes loided with uric icid, causes rheumatism, with >1I its sleep-destroying tortures. Dr. Moru'a Indian Root PlOi, taken regularly, induce and, dreamleaa sleep by keeping all these organs active and regular. Thf headaches disappear, the digestion btcomea good .again, the blood U purified and perfect .kcalth returns. Dr. Mint' i Miff'Rttl Pillhtn l .favorite household remedy in Canada for over half a and ihey are in daily use throughout the world. Being purely vegetable they are safe for young and old. Made.by W. H. Corostcck Co., Ltd., Brockville, Out., sold kv ill dcalert i! t bob CARNEGIE'S OF TWENTY GREAT MEN v In an interview in York. An- drew Carnegie gave u list oC tuo twen- ty in history. Tlie men ami their are Shakosneare, William, Rngland, iml drimatist Tcnnei I nglaud discoverer of vaccination. Neilson. Juines .13., Scotland, 17J12- Inventor of use of hot blast in. smelting furnaces. Blncoln, Abraham, United of Lllfi States. United States, liberator ot ihe American .laves Robert, Scotland, yric poet, whose works are a favor- ite rending among all English sneak- ng peoples. Gutenberg, Germany, 1400 of the printing art. Edison, Thomas A., United States, of the duplex tele- graph, carbon telephone transmitter, phonograph, incandescent electric lamp, and o'ther rcvol'lltionlzing el- ectrical devices. iemens, Sir William, Germany and JSnglnnd, engln- csr and Jnventbr; no'teti for research, electricity... Bessemer, Slrflenry, England, 181S- inventor of Ilic Hcs- scincr process of steel making, which ;Tcat1y cheapened the coat of steel. Columbus, Christopher, Italy ami Spain, discoverer of America. Watt, James, Scotland, of. condensing steam engine. Holl. Alexander: Oraham, Scotland ami United Statsa. of the t-elcphone. ArkwrUht, Sir lueiiard, England, of tiie cotton spin ling frame, first to employ machinery in .textile manufacture. Franklin, ncnjmn'.n, United StatesT nnd statos- niiii; demonstrated 'that lightning is elect ricity. Mnrdook. Wllilnm. Scotland, I7S4- who made the first iractlcftt use of illuminating gas and levised.the ostiillntlng steam engine. .lanlea, England, 1778 of 'the spinning Jenny. S-tcplionson. George. England, 1781- of locomotive. Morion, Wllilnm Thoinns Green, Un- ted States, dls- GOOD CHEER 'FURNACE r Gird For Yovr Health's Insttll ft Good Chwr Furnace with its good big .-Circle Waterpnn and its tssunuce of a warmti that is cosy and healthful, kiln-dry youreelf bremtbing the tiioistureless heat of the average furnace where ttic ifRterpan is A joke. The "Good Cheer" Circle Walerpan Furnace is the only furnice in which rently satisfac- tory provision is made for supplying enough moisture to mike the air.as hunid as it it OB a perfect summer day. The big waterpan encircles the fire-pot, where evaporation is rapid, and distributm the moisture evenly through the volume of heated air. J The iMrfoctinf BM may Ufce- u an tWt MGaod im this new "Circle Wa- i'. terpaa" feature of .the. "Good Chfier" it-is. of first impor- tance. We'll gladly send you U', __ E'a' the facti, z-Co., Limited For Sale by Ilick-Sehl Hardware Co. No., 753 j When buying metal beds make sure of seeing the very newest designs and the very best values by asking the salesman to show you the IDEAL Line; Most good storei sell them. Our trade mark idenhfiet them. And you'll see bed] that combine beauty with the quality which injures lifelong service and utufactjon. Ask us for name 'of dealer nearest you. Write for Book No. IDEAL BEDDING MONTREAL-TORONTO- WINNIPEG 28 severer of tho anaesthetic properties eiher. hiahet, David, Scotland, 1772-1S47 of methods used in raanu- jicture of steel; originated method of ssatiyiug iron ores, Symington, William, Scotland, of the biiiit irst-practical steamboat In .JSQ2. Surprising "Haw Di-cUy and careless Mabel's lair alwviys looks. "Yes, and it takes her two hours to nake it look that, way." THE GENTLE CYNIC (New York Times.) Remorse is a poor'bedfellow to Wftk.o up with. It Isn't enough tto look on the bright Bide. Better have a look on both sides Honesty IB the best pqlioyiy but it you don't keep your premiums paid up it will lapse.... As we journey through life" we sees Iota, of second-class people travelling first claes. It's fill right to lay up your treas- ures in heaven, but'It is just as woil to carry a little burglary insurance, PARTY DRESSES AND FANCY VESTS Look like new when French dry cleaned by us. This pro- cess removes every trace-of dirt and does not injure the'- material. French dry clean- ing of the finest goods Is our specialty and -we thoroughly understand our business. Let us show you. Mail orders given careful and prompt attention. We do a big out of town Crown Cleaning Works Opposite Wesley Church Phont 474 ;