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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. December S, TTIE LirniBRTDGE DAILY 1TBBALD Page COMPLETELY BROKEN DOWN totkir uir Tfclrts h Tfel WorH. fl can highly recooiDHad. tivti" because thty did me an trrful lot or good. About four 1 commenced tilling Icr general bieak-dorfa tud they did me wotld of good. We bought a riEay ncrlb, tut ill that jour adTeillsiog claims for tbtoi, before, I cannot too hly fot Thctr action is plMiintjL-OcjJJMfd nilh othrrmeilirinct. that I am fUd to 547 found 1 some olhtr womin WIT aUrt tafcinx "Kmil-a-tires" for I know reinllt will all that yon MRS, W. N. KKLLY. joe. t 6 for trial she, At ill lr. was. espe- cially enthusiastic .over Ilie result fl Iho movement to eslaljlitti a o-----" dated .at'Warner.'. Four districts. .Nov. 'J7th these Icmr districts nmlJheWar- district BRIGADE KEPT fifes occurred' on ulflit'npd Sunday, b'lgh >lnd Saturday durlnc'. ailed. CANADIANS INVADE !m UNITED STATES in one of them five. 1 j Successful Sortie Over the Canadian Border Whereby Spoils to the Value ofSeveral Mil- _____ _Utw Xlutiber whtex position hu held ilnce I90i, He hu been. ideotUted -with rubber IMSi when entered the tcnpicy the Boston H'jbbcr AwtrUat Supei-ia-. thi of this com- HIS lo 1SJ3, was Appointed Ajent In J3C1. d WciDia ooMtcfed with ifci4 Rirtibtf Company ia W93 ol Bales. lion Dollars Were Captured From Uncle Sam The Raid, Occurred About Two Years No Reprisals Expected. PROMINENT WERCHANT RE- TIRING OWING FROM. 1CENTRAL SCHOOL WAS PACKED AUDITORIUM ON SAT- URDAY 'NIGHT email, Dec. t; Jojiii "Bridge, ol Low on proposal lo establish a j Johc'Vnswoilh- Consul id a led wh'aol.v in.', this j. p, Creek. There one, proposal.- and will :te'" iii to start fine new thirty ihousand- school early in the .spring-.' l( is pVopwied to ertct a school ol _________ i; as a -starter. The, longest ilisr j cbiltlteu will" havt to In a last bid for the suffrage uE brought .in -will be -six tuilrj ami thr six aspirants for the. there is no rtoubt bu'f that i-o-iniridetil. first commissionership tailed to the, st.irlir.RoJ tlie siliool j'j'jX, [packed house at Central school" he an "'toads'. Thai night. To say iliat the house! is invariably one of tht fnl- burg on Out, Some two yean Ago, a party of CLntdtane, largest of Us In Cui ada. It Is in every'way possible the delivery o; the Canada. six YEAR TERM'... FOR'MANSLAUGHTER 'G.' titetiier, witir Mrs. Grciaier, Jeft1 wise" niodcr and (nj'.Wcrinpsday tfiornirig for points in or constellation In southern Montana, where lo ChrUnnaii 'holidays' witlij relatives. l Mrs. Alex: Knsloh VoV( Tuesday for Spokane; whnc she joins KnAldn. -Thr> "intend taking up rcsE-i ilencc across tlic'linc for a j L'amcroii lias anhour.cefi 1 his intcfition .of rftiriiig RCsfc lor thfe present- LAW SOCIETY TREASURER 'Toronto, Dec. F. Slicpicr. ;C., has been Appointed treasurer of bar- Society of "Upper Canada, irceeaing Sir ArnelluR Irving. Ar b benchers meeting-today the poai- 'n was offered lo .Mex Bruce, K.C., It he ds'clln'ed. Port Artlmr. Dec. Ryrcz- owslii. found gniltjr of manslaughter I on a eliarga of murdering Mike Vitro: hush In Fort Willjam, 'was this raorn- Ir.g sentenced to- tix years in. the penitentiary, by Justice nritlon pro- aiding at the fall assizes of the. Su- preme Court ol Ontario, and Samuel found guilty unlawful sentenced to two years. 'AN DRESSED IN RED AND RIDING A WHITE HORSE FRIGHTENS PEOPLE the rfding, poultry and calves be- ful of a revolver, by Constable Car- [fian lo be rniising from the g of the Mounted I'olice. a nwni i Ins nxrae Jose Florea, it Is -ed, -has been lerrorliing the Lac district, was brought lo clly yesterday. Kcsiaenlr, of Uic during .Uje last three weeks -c seen drcFsetl fn red and ng a v-'htte horse. (Tasiilng at iiiglil reeling in regard to the night rsonic- and the Mounted Police were Wlicii -arrested, Flores had a lone beard, was-dressed in an old rcil -Mexican Fiiit, smeltwl strongly whiskey, and 'had" a couple of'liens Mddcn in his tunic. To .the. magis- trate hc'safd fje.Warj'a Mexican np.d been Madero'a ccnfldential or before tho latter uas overthrown When IIiiCTla on the scene, lie says lie fled Ilic country nil tlie way from .Mexico. He been sent to Fort a vag- rant pending further 'inquiry. H ave you ever tried our Milk, KNOWN AS THE MOST MOD- ERN IN THE PROVINCE. Cream It's a lest- lo find ouf you :'onn g'cltlia liighosl-.qunlity Milk nrnl (ho host ASK THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT ABOUT US.' The follow viniic it will he this see Vhercto It leadtlh directly t the" offices "of a-targft'aulomoljile tir company at Broadway, arid-Si Ih street New; York, and there It slopped. But, .to drop alJesory'andl metaphor regret to hear C-am- 'national Coal anrl CO'KC company for the month'of November; lot me" tell 'ilw VtorV Tn" pikln ZOtb cniplurrrf a25. nwn for tivrnty-five1} Century Canadian nays ar.d marketed tony of coaly by far the m gorily ot :aii and. tons of coke.' tires used by Canadian mb' toristg are the product-of other coun- tries.. Thfa means that thounands and Ihouyah'ds" of.Canadian dollars 'whlci .ltd stay in the Domlnton'are leak- ing to-other countrien, mainly This wax.also-the condition 01 affairs two ytars ttmt Ic.-vk, or as a pro WITH PROFIT AT KNOX I CHURCH INFORMATION ABOUT VAST COUN- TRY I1 bcs her tried and tiue It t it a homo worthv of it i class and reputation, and auppiy Can adlan- mo-torisU xviih the finwl tir In.thft In Canat3a." on the TO Thls have "accompllshea.- that" the" most papula automobile Ur U.S. Tha General enllghtenntenl and political aspects oL m life In Central India, characterized the i In tha United States''-was the sermon given in Knox thutch yeBler- f plain and nobby- t.-ead. with the and of workers In -India for many and thoroughly undenUnde'tlio nceBs cf the Indian (locale. There are Hundreds of Canadian cars are to-da equipped'with thrso'tires. Thev hai won their way-into the confidence'ficr "trlc American or Kuropean Hn >ficr a lire tflit endeavors (o esinbllsh' hosiiltals i and ralsslon posts. Alliioiigh tlie And tW jot II! terual ol the ''country as a i" so Dominion Tir< C< niiOlu, are iimlWilie control b[ Eng-' Etrlfn, Ortari land, the Internal affairs of many of] the slates Drc ruled bj-. princes or] Rajahs. It Is necessary to obtain the consent of tliese ijrinccs. 'before Dr. McPhedran coniequcnlly thlnke a Clirislian can purchase'land for any" that with tills deep, sense of sin In and lhc-worh of licarie of the people, other dlffl- Izlng Uie nntfvea Is thus greailj1 r'e- cullies n-lil DIRECTORS Of THE T30MINION TIRE DOLLAR FACTORY AT OMT. Co., and the Berlin Fell Boot with Ur. Ktmracl as- Vice-Frtsiilent and jcncral Manager. In the meantime, ic hrul btcome Kith the r "rubber 'Interwita Canada, vhich later bec-ime Into 5 now known as the .Canadian -Con- solidated1 Rubber Co., Limited. Mr. T. H. Hi-Mier ihe. anu raclu r] n charge bperat'.onfi rubber "footwear mills at Berlin. Port Dalhousie, Montreal St.. Jerome and Qratiby, end also tho large man- ufacturing plant-at Montreal, where a general line of all kind? of mechanical good.' are At iereral these points the'eorap.-voy operate? !nna and lootlr-ss ara duigned lojtwo million dollars, in-the.fac- carry an additional storey, to be added _ories of the Elrnlra it same future and extensions nt -.--.._.._. ilthcr end ot the bulidlnr also pro-' rideJ'for. More than ?Cft tons or reinforcing cteel were used in HB and approximately Equare feet of steel sash for the -windows. It wiihont: ihe and most complete lira.factory In the world, and is. equipment .represents the latest and -best apparatus tiro-mftklnr thit has yet bsen conceived. The Hoard of Directors of the minion Tiro Company, ts com- prised of tha following gentlemen: llr. D. Lornn McGIWion, Colonel S. P. .Coll. anil Mclsrj. Victor E. Mit- chell, Elishu 3. Wllllanu, A. J. Klm- mcl. Homer E. Sawyer and T. II. Itteder. Mr. D. Lome is too well known a Canadian to 'need any Intro- duction. He i3 the president'of the Canadian Consolidated Jlubber Co. Limited, Ames Jlolden McCready, Limited. Goodnlns' Limited. Atlantic rar Refineries. Limited, and a. di- rector of the United States Rubher Company and the Ktstern Trust Com- pany. Mr. McGIbbon has 'been Identifier with the-inditptrial development am progress of Canada much as, if r.o more than, any of his contemporary? and the fact that he is at the' helm of any enterprise Is sufficient tee of Its Colonel S. r. Coll inu admitted to the New York BarlnlSit. In 1S87 hefonnd- ert the Ind'jstrial Tnist Company, of H.I.. and Is ittll Chllrmin of Its Board of Directors. In (hat year lio ttso began career fn the rubhei Industry the -Vulional India Flub btr Company, of Bristol, Il.I. He li a director In a number of importan rubber companies, such the Unrltd States Rubber Company, the Canadian Consolidated Rubber'Company, American 'Plantations Company and (ho Kethcrlanda I.ans Tlubbor Company, in Sumatra. Homer E. Sawyer Is well known in the- States ac General 'Manager o linr agwib, the Canadian Coruoli- cd Rubber Co., Limited, of Mont-, real, and advise them u cense number. "ftlien the" most pojiujar birthdar been" discovered) the "Dominion, Tira' Company will present a DOMINION tire, plain or Nobby all of, those motor .car owneri arinl- occur on it; and Canada will then havo another red-letter day- in the rt-wlU called DOMINION TIRE DAT. A meritorioua producfi A iironj orraniutloni A: And Berlin takes off IU hat to tKt DOMINION Tire, and to IU In truth, tha "DOMimOJT1 captured the. "U.S." CONSOUDATID RUBBER COMPANY UMITSB. SELLIWG AGENTS He Ii scheduled to give an illus- trated lecture tonight, to which ill are Invited. NOMINATIONS IN SOUTH LANARK be overcome, anil pre- great wave of-Clirisllan tlic course of the Mrmcn lihftitenre over thc.oniirc country is the ancaVer made refercnco with great 'j emptinsis lo Ilic cxlraordlniii-' i'eW cf wblcli possesses all Tliore are only a "very entire bnr! who' do not bcllevd In a Supreme being, and most of Uiem are conslantlr oppressed with a feeling of unrighteousness, atii) often jo 'to extreme and fanatical measures'in order lo reHevo tlieraselves of this Bcnso.ot sin. this feeling of convlclion and the Oestre' lo fellowship Wltli Hielr cmlor, mailer only of giving tho soipcl for Iliey are .cier seeking icllon along Ihesc' ifiiti, BUYING ARMS FOR MEXICO IN JAPAN which the MaOero ricavilv interested, closed .its dours yeatct- Announcement IE raatle that the action Is oW 16 tho unSJtlltd Condi- lions in tnr country. Krnesto ftrro, uccle ol tlie late president', Was lor years manager. .Metko City, llpc. rrai-hcd here List night that- the' French era-, rrpicstnlativ'c ra Monterey had killed In a rebel the C. P. R. Toronto, Dec. tS.MD.OOO'con- tract: for boring tl Kozers Put'oif'-' the R. IIM Just been Me liver Bros, o! Dtarer, Col. Toklo, pec. S.-rFour members of the suite of-iKrancisco De I.a Batra, Mexican wlio is on his way i. m. hew liom 1'aiii. have, bcfn here lor 'orofgn cnlony tried va.n- lo ?et confirmatior or denial ol ,'Mhls, and their Jnilure (o get any that the cilV rebels. invert- Arthur .llawKcs alto' noralnited ......j os and first" Vec'rcL porl ;luring nrnia. The. result (ions, or hov they arc proMfssinj Is Uhertl Mexico, flee.' S. The liani-6 a bank ol issue in Laxatives their purpose' with maximtita.efBciencj' tnd minimum discomfort.. Increasing Aoses we wt 'needed. S5c. a box it-yontj 174 FJmily Friend fv( u'lbw rtlitf Croup and A novH I I ;