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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETITBKTDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, net-ember 3, 1913 if- 1 THE FOOT TOGGERY FOR SKATING BOOTS IN ALL SIZES McPherson's Lightning Hitch Boots are the kind that make skating a pleasure We carry them in black and tan leathers We also have Wool and Leather Slip- pers to be cosy in when at home W. J. NELSON CO, 620-3rd Ave., S. Sherlock Blk. SOFFEREB H60NH SlllTOE FOfi QlEN'SiTO Helta! Mped Htf Mil ste TfiK "FNCl-Ute" CAurmCviu.E. OST., MIT 5tb. 1913. "I ctuaot spcaV too "Fruit- Forever thirty INIS, 1 Live f rom Cfarpctc keuralttt and onspaon, TUe NV.uklaikstUfe4 iu mv and I toot bolile after bolUt of medicine without The doctor told me I would rot pet proved lint the doctor irroo-. by jimog mr miict relief mil tad cnriaj me. 1 wo-jW not bive ay htilik if not for "FruU-i-tives" and I un gtid of (fit opportunity of giving .you tbis teller such'a splendid .icuiedr as "I'mit-i-uver', for the of other women who nuy affected" 1 MRS. NATHAN Dt'NX is the only medicine made from fr-.ut juices and isjwrticulirly r-rited lo women because of its mild action and pleasMat taite. "Fruit-a-lives" is sold bj- all deiterji "at 6 for tml siw, :or may Le from Limited, GUim. TKIRTY YEARS IN THE PENITENTIARY Thanks Candidates and Subscribers wish to PXjjTpsE .out theirs toV Thr success ut the tuiiteM was tliej candidates who inadp ilic uainli strong personality .sufccripUoD campaign such a sttiV-! tl.f backed up by the abil- t also thank the support-, ily to the business. This so senerotislv helped ilic'not a spare time Had "H j riinjfstattts, regardless ol fact! been the Herald ft'oulii liave promoted j that ifwre is riot an overplpntiinl suo-j'a venture.. Many oi llir rrorSc- j plyj of "Ibe ''coin, of the realnV: in I di afinpsi (heir.whole limr i ciicuialioa jtp the winners .of j 1 prizes comei! a'greaitr-j "of Krritorv in their search for Break Whisky'sGripf On Your-Loved Ones -pru'nVarils.'Wilt tell you wE'li '.cars of. sinc'ei-itr that rj'oi-.warit. to -Tile craving coming from i3ie inftamed nKnibraces of the stomach. tiri.yes them to it. -'Aicura n-ill: soothe (tie treuifjlini: nerves and remade the iljat 33 rninins yoar home and stealing an kir.d 'hUEbanfl or father irbTn yon. 'It costs onlv Jt.ofi per bol and if it does not cure or benefit a trial -iiic money uilt In1 re- Mndea.'..-' Xo. L' is tasteless and can Ije-. Riven secretly in Tea. Coffee, or food .Mcnra No. 'J. i.s volnn- tailly bv those to hclj> thenl- Alcura can uon bo ohtaineil ut our Elore. Ask for [rer booklet teilin? Higiubotham A C.o. if most gritifym'g of tbe Te affair is fair square work. -Each candidate played the contest' came fair'lr. the n-as slreuuo'JS almost th'e. beginning, ii has heeti SucH the Lord Haltiane Before the Privy Council eeti a plrasurc to us to lie asspti- led will) the splendid Dec. iutlg-. aciert as candidates. Tnient on const-iluHon-. ralher they were stales pue i v Sir !L Finlay.saifi they were so d iscbrflan t '.in 7t t hei "elements th Ihey'Jcpulil not get oii .together anfi tiej Mere separated. _: _ I-ord.-Moulton. one could; uol- iniagine Canada; sucti a surrender as Cbatrcclloc liad described, ol.aU-ine rights they' possesse-j. J ,-was. impossible to tnaVe the present righU of the Cana- dian colonies past righisj Thete surrendered, "a rs-parli- tiolD. j r WOODSTOCK- CtlfZEN DEAD Scarfi', Wgodfiloci: street, eommlEsl dlffd'it'-.hls-homb this momine. Kingitan, Ont., Dec, Dtiroch, aged 75 years, paticd through the gates of the moutli penHentiary today a free man, after serving thirty years within the of the prtion. Desroch was hsrt from Van- couver, B.C., for a m'Jrder for 'which Kc sentenced to hanged. .The Department of Jus- tice, however, commuted the sent- ence to life ImprTsonmcni. l-oudon, Oec. King Geoije pro a ihe Queeu other ALetaadra, la obserinace iier slity-utnth UlrthiJav. by dlsplay- officers and meu of the BrUUti attuy. SaudriDghaiu House, on the moving screen. Tht pictures, vlilob were taken under Office authority, delighted the Klus'a mother, as as Queen Mary and otter nseinbets of the Hoyul Family, who witnessed the private show. litKnl suf- fragMlrs. who he'd an out-door meeting at (Queasier yeslcrdar, were anil several ol them injured. Tlit wagon froni wliitli they ad- dressed the meeting, was turned and the occupants tlirown to the ground; The crowd chased (hem through the streets; and mauled tfie whose -tiothe.s wcic almost torn off. One of the fainted. IE mmms innies. UK. I.-Dr. A. tt'. Slyfcs. ol Tirtfinc, Man., was uomiottei at. a LiUral convention tare tonijhl, to' contest the scat in thf teJfrat Uousf- in opposition to A. Morris on. who resigned i'tie" cently oa an .irregularity. The (We-- tlon laVe- 13. DC. Myles was nominated recently, br Liberals o! corutiiaWcr to coolest that seat in the piotin- cisl house ia .The general' ha tie-new special', poitecentei on EeeJi, Mediae- luuttiruln toe ytrcel pMlsjiteBi. r, i. Or. Root" awde according a fwwttU k VM nearly a century ato tbc Indians, and turned trotm hy Dr. Tfcoufh iffttttt kavc been Budr, by (hyii- eitM tnd cbenisU, it IMS foiid to the Ike Dr. MMK'J PilW are bouKhoM ,t out thr for Kidney and Livrr trouMb. They act ttomttly ami cffectivtly, nil F. GUTHBERT Iliant .ffle and all. Mr. ami Mrs. Chas.K. IKce. Friend al appeal now before tbe til. Lord (.'har.cellor .Haldar.e otiered Eonieobscrrations regarding Canada's constitution. "With reference to a great many people on the platJoims" month otjjnsl said liold' Haldane, "oi h-or I'tfct federal there, in no' fc.4er- were in I'anada. happened The ciifioms collections [o.- the! was Ihis An act Has passed in 1865 period this year were uliicli made a new-start-, dividing cei- fur-the period luflain being given to'the KU2, llonieslea'! entries i parliament ol Canada, and some to for the ir.qnth At this year, divided as follows: KiU. horriesteads pre-emptions ti. 2; home- will speak as follows: 30, f-tloa s 4' CLKAKS STUFFY HlvA I) AM) XOSK AT -CATAKKJJ .INSTANTLY RELIEVES SWOLLEN. grant-balm ui-iolves by tin- heat of INFLAMED 'NOSE. HEAD 'AND j till M.-ilriln; pKOetrotea and btals the BREATHE FREE- foflamsd, swollen membrane which HEADACHE lines the 2nil throat: NASTY DISCHARGE STOPS. Try "Kiys Crealij Uet a small bottle anyxvay. tlie air passages; stoiin nasty dlr- chnrges and '3 fe-slEng of. deausitig. soothing relief conies immediately. Uorfl Uy auakc tonight, struggling try 3 little In-the uoEtrils jfor uiili held itnfreil: 'nostrils aud. instantly yotir elossed nn7e and nlutfirig. Cal- stopptii-ap air passatca of the head J'aVrlf'or a its rnnnlng will open; yo-i will breathe Tteely.ifoul mucoui droppi.ns into tbe throat. (luUriCiE'and headacht disappear. By j and Is but tlie catarrh, rold-in-head orj tnily. catarrltal r.ore throat will lie tour-. Put your "Kly's End Mich misery now! (let -.he Kalrfl" and'yO'ir coM or cat. vniall bottle of "Kly's Crean; Halm" arrh will surely rtlrappeaf. .1. fllg- nt any fang store. This fra-1 .nhotiiam Co., LW., rtniggisls. the patliaineuls "of ths provinces. The provinces created 'De .Voro', provinrrs did noi corr.e together to rhake a iederal arrangement' unj rler which they retained enisling powers and parted with, ceiuin ol An imperial statute had to latily the bargain. The whole vital- ity arid ol tie Canadian constilntion was to you j'lilre, firs) Ihea, devolution. TI was contemplated under the Cana- jdian ronstlfulion that: there should he more states and oi-fier.states. In- stead of-i'-pper. 23tl .-Joyer "Canada uith a single parliament, there was splitting up." Sir il. Pinky, interftMiag AUCTION SALE HIGH-GRADE CATTLE Thursday, December 4th '.-_ AT THE LETHBR1OOE STOCK YARDS ONE MILE EAST OF LETHBR1O06 -lo two and three-yearol'l V.eifers, 25 two and three-year-old steers. J. A. SMITH. AUCTIONEER "J'or So one thing it was to ate ar.d ohlzria." "riits l.ord Chancellor ''Yes. that rejliy was not a (rieral ranjemcnf at all. The meaning ,qt. a ol states come cer-' lain poYiers'info the rornnKih C'js; tody. That is the ftdrial'constitution, in in C'anadai not-at all." .Sir H. my Lord, Imt U.e British N'orth Ameilcs ait was the result of general consent in Can- ada to which eiTect- xvas given by an iitip-iijl act. I thitiV" Kir John Al MacDonal'i, fur many'years lor the incorporating unions ol vari- ous coltraiei in Kail- ing in that, he took up the'ptospecl of Ihifi form .of cmhou'led in that The Lord am sorry lo.say that e'en the legislature did not the meaning of the words, because the 'federal1 occurs .in the. Canadian, act, but it is as clear 33 if can be. that it was not federal at all." Mr It. course, if fed- eral is'Confined-lo a'Combination be- tween fully states thai is undoubtedly xo." The Lord neces- s-HCily lull) Mrteicign, but lutly self- govertiing states. Ontario and LJne- htc one state pracliraliy, or M: in iaA Thursday T 1 Menjrch, it 8 p.m. f. Bijou at 9 p.m. Friday GilhNuth, al 8 p.m. Subject: "City Finante and Saturday Central School at 8. p.m. Subject: "A Clean City" Reason No. 3 Why-should the AVorking- Mun Vote for F. Cuthbert Atkin because lie sbinils for a fair i.lay's-wafic for ti fair day's "work. A sis clays' slionUI IK' Miftkieul to mccl Ihc iif living. pav for Sunday A half iluy's tiolklny for all workers. Your Vote and Influence Respectful- ly Solicited for the Election of R. Ei McARTHUR i.., A. M. CAN. SOC. C. AS Commissioner of Public Works 14 YEARS OM.'.CAMAOIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. PENNSYLVANIA LINES. MUNICIPAL ANO OTHEft CONSULTING WORK EXPEDIENCE IN BOTH AND ENGINEERINO GRADUATE OF TOBONTO.UHIVErUiTY FACULTY OF SCIENCE FACTS CG UNT Definite reasons why you should vote for the Citizens' Ticket 'I'litre is no.candid-ali' in the licld sis svell accjuuiiitcd .wilh pi'csi'iit questions as D. L. Ilartiic. !lc knows bccaflsc he has studied them faithfully willi bbjcili'bfi'r'enehing a solution: J I I llicfii reason for electing Mr. Hardit, Hie fact lie unwise lo plncc. a new man in cjiarge of finances at the would be suf- ficcnt. Oon'l make it lo have a new man half a year IcarningJIOW. when il i.s imperative Ihat aclion be taken. ..Mr. llardic has, learned, and is Ihc man lies) qualified {or i Mr. Hnrdie. has been Inie lo the letter lo promises made a year InBOiii'sgc public men lo prom- ises by expressing oonRdciice. Mr. llardic has engineering knowledge which will enable him Iu assist the .oilier commissioners nnd bring good sound judgment on public works proposed. II look Mr: Haixtic a year lo gel things in shape for a progressive, iliovc. Don't incur another year of delay by pulling an .unknown qnanlity in. control. In Mr. (Jraco the people arc offered the. services of a inuli cniiiienlly in rfspccl. SiiUi tire all too ,-ij Mr. (ii'ncc'lins Utrge (iraperly iulcrtsls licrc in 75 per cent of the lion cvcr'snw the- city. I.nngli'at the; man.wlx> dtijcnbci j. 1 liini as iin outsider. 'Hie mail who. planned and carried out Ilic grtat A. H. ti i. Co. Irrigation I'roje'cJ, was Artluir (iracc. Don't you think lie knoXvs sonielhing about engineering and Kcl Ilic iiian Imlped make Denver one.of the pCC.iijcsl cities m the world, place liis ability vice of (he people of Lclbhridgc. A man in n public meeting in Uiirgnian's Hull Irtst Arthur Held for giving the contract for overcoats lo Hie Stnii-Ucatly in Montreal, al 17.80 lie tendered nt Ttic wns.niistaken. ArlluiV Hcid li'nd iiolliing fo do witlr the contract for overcoats, lie duty the. contract was let. 'I'lic conic-Mel was given lo Ilic outside firm by (lie Cily on the.recommendation of tlie street railway commilfci' of wliicli Aid. J.'F, llumilloiris chairman. The Xorlli man wns barking up Ihc wronj} tree. Next year when >lr. Heid is Commissioner lie. will have lo assume rcsjionsibilily for contracts. This year all contracts were. Icl by the Cify Council, and Mr, Hcid's opponcnl, Mr. Hamilton, was the man who made (he recommendation' ;