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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER THE' .DAll, V PAGE SEVEN' 1SBAND NAILED RUBBER ON GATES Wife WeJt ud NOTOU Could Not Stand Lew Msnford, "I VASM and nervous while- pueing through tha Cruusge of Life tfctt I couki hardly liyci My husband hid to rubber oa til the gates for I eould not stand it to bare i gftte llara. also hid buk- and a fullneac in my itomacb.. I noticed that Ljdii E. Pi nkham'i Vege- table Compound wai for such and 1 wntand 'got a bottle. It did me 10 much gopd, thail kept on Uliing it end found it tq be alt you claim. I recommend your i Coin pound to all women afflicted aa I P. MULLEKDOIX, Mui- ford, Akbami. An Honest Dependable Medicine 1 Is Lydii E.' Pinkhwn'i Vegetable Com- jJMund. A Root and Herb medicine orig- iinatcd nearly forty years ago by Lydii :Pinkham o.f Lynn, UUP., for con- j trolling female ills.' i Its wonderful success in this line ha I mads it the safest and most dependable [medicine of the age for women and no ivroman Buffering from female ilia does jhereelf- justice who does not fire It a jttial 1 1 f you h h e Igh test do abt illmt r.yclia K. rinkhara's fble Compound will, li el p TO u.writa Yourtetter will be opened, arid answered by a woman. held la strict 'Aetna, Alia., Ceo. change.ii be "made ia tho telephone semc> It Aelha "which will giro subscriben that district easier1 access to Card i'on. The phouea la Actui are to b iut on a rural lino Instead of having central office as at present, Aetna, while not incorporated 06 n 'Jllagv, Is taxed as a village for aciioo irpcses. When application was'mad J fc'e put on a telephone line the onl Siliiff -Uie department could do wa consider them a as no 'lla'ge can bs on line H was ''Pessary to'make Aetna a lone (lls- connection frrim.CaMslon, and 1 _e toll for cobimunlca- ,5n between' the. two places. The" 'rmeru of the district found 10 cents unwilling that HOST POWERFUL BATTLESHIP AFLOAT: SUSPECT FAKE WIRELESS MESSAGE llrllaln's now world's IcneCBl anil most costly'BBh'tine ship tnoutli for her trials. She Is of tonnase, cost HO.OOO.CW. aiid is protected from aerlil attack. ONLY KAISER CONTROLS THE GERMAN CHANCELLOR Vote of Non-confidence Can't Force Him to Resign Berlin, Dec. Imperial lihan- lie again gave ulterar.ce to a cen- sure ol the chancellor for his failure to inform tic impeiial pacliamerit that Die [.eceisary steps haJ been talta to keep military aulhoti- 1irs at Zabetn ir> their place, lla ycored the Roveinmtnt also for puh- cellor Dr. Von llethmacin ishing fhe town of Xabcin aiid DO! today defied parliament" to'.'. pass iflic oPIirers, Ly removing tlio amendments to tliV constitution press- Barrison from the flare and shutting 0" a source ol revenue from thecitl- ed by the Socialists, would make the Imperial Chancellor re- sponsible to the house tor the acts of tho Emperor and providing !or bis dismissal upon the demand ol the house. Fbillipp Scheideroaan, one of the So- cialist leaders, at the opening of the Budget debate, moved the adoption o! the amendments put forward by tiis party and appealed to' the house to refuse to vote supplies un Von Dethmann haJ either resigned or been dismisstd by tho Eriipctot. Chancellor ttieiciipOQ rose ulcclarcd the amendments proposed iverc a clear' inyasioa of Ibc imperial Harilavtllc.. Dec. E. Dalg- neau iias lecn Beriou5.1y ill at her home here, is mailing satisfactory re- covery. -Mrs. Mike Ilshaskle is recoverins from an attack of heart trouble. Jolm Grisback. of staying at tho home of Ms uricla, ant prerogative 'and announced that he to Harrlsvllle school. had neither presented his resignation nor dirt he so as a con- serjucncc ot the vote of hori-confider.ce passed by the house .on December 4. "This" he.said, "was.-, not similar to a vote .of cciiEure in coun- Mra. ilobert Smith of Lethbridee is visiting her sou 'Leo at the 'ranch' 01 licundary Creek. A ratier unfortunate incidclit oc curred -last Saturday night when a known resident oE spilt1 it call amounting, to a considerable iu the course of.a'year and made "iplicatloQ to liavo the .line made tries governed purely by parliament, country TTBH returning from CardstO! The chancellor said-that the. vote; with a sii-liorso team toad of lumber merely-signified that he. an'd'the. Ira-j The liad Imbibed too (r'e'eiy.'c- periarparllament hejd-different-opin-! tho good local option whiskey' In the ions --fti the Emperor I Temple City ana becoming oVercime conslltiitionaf to''attempt to .bring, by Us irinucnce he stoprea about'two alonc-has the right-pi-appointing the nilles frcm tife'ifntcrnaiioaal bbuia'arj- imperial chani-ello'r.- It is'uttcrly un- j Awnking fn the'EorniAg he- found pressurc'oti his; either by voles of non-conftilence'or by tht re- fusal of supplies-and the proposal of tho const-itntidn: to meet-his 'unbending The chancellof'declared 'that he knew the majority 6f; the.. Clcrman utiivilling 'that the; Em- power shouid-be subjected lo Socialist restrictions. The matter, was taken up .with jo departmeDt by. Mr. local ibtr, Vllli the result that Ulsiricl _er McKay of has that he will ho -n to make the necessary change week. .The Aetna service has not- been Ijsfactory, for the'centfal office wag pn when Mr. 'iJntea1 storo was change has the ap- of Mr.-bafes'and, his name was for -the _e.'. When the cbtuige ,Is made .1' central office' Id the resl- bf.N. AV. Tanner, -where some- ji'.-win be In aUendaricc every day ithe week and all hours of tho day. I 2936 WEDDINGS BY 8 tfEU 1 beat out Iut yeir in thrVnat- _r of rna'rrlagei. During the year were 28jftM marrlaflii in sivlng a of 11.1 per i, and 3038 more thin in 1911. .cltlei .contributed or cent. Toronto comet With 6007, ritut with i OtUwji; 1089, Himlllon Of the 641S marrlagei In >rk, Toronto claimed 6007. Wind. r'l-rate li 176.2_ per 1000, of ilch 92.3 per cent! Is said to be fipplUd by VeildcnU of the U. S. nlimber of In Wjrfd-' "r- ixceeded by S55 the -for previous year. had a practical of the marriages at J or, performing oiit of ''ft total, mand the Brandt WARNING jii-his speech ...proposing tlio consti- tutional amendments' 'Phillip Schied- n an referred to tfc recent inciJents at Zabcrn and larnccitccl tliat -.tlic claver statesniansljip and policy of peace shown abroad -by- Qermany lud not been manifested in the inter- est of the'.counUy. "1 warn Ih'e. he- said, "against its voted censure on the goyerriinent with Ihe steps to establish the re- sponsibility ol to clip the wings of ihe military In the, country. .The- sfoused popular opin- ion of the. par- liament and will support It-iti limit- Ing the power by iegisla- tivs act. Parliament.should _refuse until its'ter'ms have been accepted." TIerr Schcidemari sai-castically de- clared, "Dr. Von liethmann-Hollcwtg is a great sfate-srnan', who has suc- ceeded jn_uniling ttx popular opinion oi the nation, tibVfpr his policy, but against it. Dr. Von weg is'not a stlclter In oRicc, but has been stuck there'to go'down to lory as the imperial chancellor rjcant well, but (atlcil to understand his times." THE CltAN'CKU.OK'S 1M.BA Tho chariccllpr IMer.rose to make.a speech on fDieign 'nflajrs.; U was de- void of anything, {sensotional.'ibcing ilevotcil almost entirely to fhe after- math of: .the Halknn and. the per.d- Ing Anglo Ocrtnan negotiations'. He spoke In hopeful terms of "the.happy cllect of tlio fo-npcration of (he Eu- ropean powers during and alter the Ttalkan struggles-in maintaining -the i general peace of and said he looked with confidence 'to their future successors in maintaining 'the! integrity of the Turkbh empire. The chancellor's references' to Anglo Oct- man affairs contained nti details, -but he expressed.the .belief-thai any ne- gotiations would be coriduclcil along the lines heretofore, favored by both nations io a most layorable qijtcome.- Tn conclusion he urgeil (ierrnans to "let (ho past rest and work only-tor the future." N'o mention of the incidents be- tween military and civil: au- thorities at Zabein made by (he chancellor. His speech Was re- ceived almost The Me ol '.the. Socialist amend- ments and the proposed refusal of supplies to the government was set- tled regardless the chincpljor's nt- llliidc. v.hen Pr. fpahn, of the centre parly, announced .that his Par- ly would opposd-thc amcinlmcnls and would vote the niitlgc't, "not lor the chancellor, fu_r the xierman na- hls v.-agon alid lumber left' thq.h'or svere" gone, also Ills overcoat am cap.: Xe'xL rnornlng hoi aes whs fcuiid iblnus the harness, bu up of 'writing.hone1 thi i5t anirnals or been found. It Is thought animals'have-heen driven across.Ui1 line by some due headed that way ani will urobaMy. been diEposed o by this lime. The import duly pi L'i per cattlu entering Canada Is kecjjjng liymber. of Farmers iu the boundar country irom fmpoiling feedirig 3lpc to eat up Ihe rough feed on'.-.lhei farmE.. Kat. cattle tmve been suippe cut to the United Stales, aiid H woul only seem fair tilt lean ones riiigh come in for feeding imrpoees' freo o duly. ..The hountlary farmers are .en joyiug only one half ot the benelll.'o free Iradc. LADY TRUSTEE AT EDMONTON Kdmoaton, Dec. city has, elected a ,lady SHEARO Frozen in an Ice Pack Does'nt Know Where it is Waihington, B.C., Die. picion that ;fake wlrelcxs' may hiyt been sent' by iome amateur reporting a disas- ter- on the ttearner Rio Grande, led the Ltireaj of navigation of the deoartmenl of to itait an Investigation. Th; penalty fine or Imprlconment, or both. The re- ceived ijew York and Norfolk on Sunday night, telling of fire aboard the Rio Grande, and say- ing that 18.7 pasjengers had been taken off the vessel and later re- turned. Dnmkenntss tan Be Cured Atcura Will Do It Alcura ,lhe ulUely known treat- ineut fur alcolTolIsm can now be ob- :alncd at our store. U is guarantted to cure or benefit or money refund- ed. Remedy ,that bas fccen tried by thousands" and found fo do Just as it claims. Drunkenness !B a dEeeasc. Those who are aiSIctcd with trie craving for liquor have, to be helixjj to throw it Alcura- 1 can be given secretly in'ccffeo or fooJ. Alcura No, 2 is IJUe voluntary treatment. Help your loved ones restore themselves to lives of sobriety and iicefulneEa and to.regain the respect ihe community In, which you live. Only 11.00 per box. Aek for Free Booklet D. HlglnboUiam C.o, Limited, Leliibrldge, Alberta. Dec. adjourned meeting of ihu Agricultural Society met at (he h'rit waid uiectlo; liou'se -last uighl aflcr the close of the regu- lar ward meeting. This Ij a ruse thai worlccd well last yi'ar iu gelling a big crowd anil il buccesiful this year. Those who were Interested from tbe second wirJ tuvi after their and the following busi- ness wss traiitacte-J. A financial ol' the condition of the ascocla- llon was read by Secrt-tary-Treasurev ink T. Hull ami ftas acccpu-d by unanimous vote. X. was clecled presided i-lth Mark II. Brim- hail first vice aud T. Kiug fee- otid vice president. Directors Mark V. C'roxall and J. W. Kvaus, horjps; II. K. Allea, sheejj; W. U Sleeks anJ William HeJJ, cattle; D F. Fawns, grains and gra.ises; W. Stone, U P. and Mocks, r.pultry; L. D. King tlly and fine arts; [lavid Melitrum.j Sciatica, Lumbago or Neuralgia all vi'getables; James l-'lshor.-lioss; wiuter. Take "Treit a-tives" now H. W. Tcombs. Uidien T. school. O. F. lirsenback iias. ehcseirsi-cre- tary-treanurer (or the iiest ytar antl a hearty vote of thanks was tendered lo ilr. Holt for for ttic past two years. U ia projiosed lo arrange prUe list righl away so the people can plan for Ihe future and to avoid the rush in the busy season. The Jcbl of Hie Could Not Walk, Until "Fruit- a-ftes" Completely Cured Him CHATHAM, ONT., April jrd. 1913. "I a-Ji a veteran of the Crimean War and lujian Mutiuv. volunteering frotu the Royal Artillery Into the Royal Engines i s, and served under Rolx-ns during the Indian Mmin3't ami am a pecs-oner of the HritfcU Goveru- intol. Fierce harii-to-haud fighting aiul conlbsi] ti-posure, left me a great suf- ferer from Rheumatism, so much so that ray up, making it impossible for me to wal t. My were so cons- lipi'.ed that 1 only had oae passage a go! They cured of both in- Rheumatism In myregularemploy- iuent.1 enjoy perfect health. No more RlieuruatiEUi or Constipation. You are at perfect lib- erty to publish tliw letter if it will be tdvanUgeous lo GEORGE WALKF.R Don't softer with be free of 50: a box. 6 for or trial sue, At all dealers 01 sent on receipt of price by Fruii-a-tivci Limited, Ottawa. association was very niaierially ro ductd tills year and a" new tmpetua ii (fell by all connected with tlin work Ottawa, Dec. within he confines, of, the Arctic circle isoa's staunch iltle.vessel, Ihe Karlpfc, safely froien Q'in Ice patfc. But the expedition is Lb'ariare" of accord- us to a despatch received today from he explorer .lijr fjeorge Deshets, act-' ng minister .of. marine and fisheries. .It will be recalled.a recent despatch from Seattle reported the Karluk lost with 'all on board, wbjle still later Khe j was .reporleij- quarters. To- j lay's t news 'sets at rest all rumors, 'or. report gtves full dc-' his, trip, to date of October 30. In son's message slates, the Karlnk safe n tho Ice .jn, iqngftude 14 west, he Look a ashore with him to" hunt, j The sprang up aad a-fogi .-Syhen the weather cleared the in and "bad undoubtedly been.carried away by the for tbe Kar- bap Lut as there 5s oj' fifteen, men on hoard., and, jot provisions, no anxiety tsttgjt-fpr e The vjodav dated October 'Pplrit Barrow, Al- was" sent" overland from there to Circle? from-whefe'if-was de-v spatclied ion ,5. The mes- sage-reids: J Karluk heavy Ice on August in- longitude 147. rnilei off shore. Ship listH, and drifted with tbe ice until j September drift slopped. believing ilie ship fast "for the and as U was nc- fresh meat, I took and three Eskimo, ashbre fo hunt. Northeast gales up on ".September 22, snow1 arid fog. When "liis storm cleared on the 24th, the ice had gone indjhe Karluk with it. .'V-lTbe ice west be- foro tho wind. The Karluk may pos- sibly have broken free "steardeJ eaaU'but she probably.remained fast and. dr if ted wnat with the ice." The Karluk bas cot be tin sighted. The acnppnera Alaska with tba southern parly; are Eafe at Colic son Point. ,Tbe Bchoonef Belvedere, with Father of Wlnnifred Man Tboa. S. Reit1. ia dead at Kdniomou. ascd years. He William J. Heiil, of Winnifrcd. the fatiinr ol 'school truslde Iii Llic person of Mrs' Hill, tbo 1i- freight and provisions, brariau. Tbe other" trustees is wintering near the'International electsd were" Walter libundary. I.nm .pTannlng an; ice A. B. May and S. A.G. Barnes; ploratlon Jrom the meridian to delta, ranking .surreyB 4 Q and'.' taking so'jndjngs for steamer route. Karluk has ou corn- piny, of including Ben McKex, McKInley, and the mem- theicrew arid five EsMry ____________' "STEFAN ssox." PutnfcWdropJot 3'in-One oil on a cloth wruna ovt m coW v.tUi. Tha vnpc. yen d: xv, any PoKsliYoar s .Thai polbS nirfi Ay cWW thft U mid ia C OFnifnCW Bow- Island, Pec. llowarrt j Wilson, of ttie How Island Realty Co. Ltd., of Medicine Hat, Is a vlsllor in iown .today. Bcalllc is a visitor in Taher The banner' and dance by the Ladles' Aid of Church Of Kngl.ind was a decided .success, .tlio sum ot 11.91 being rcailze'd. .are .rumors town to- day nen- ftctory that will em- ploy 150.hands Kill up In the 'c'onrEif of a few. days! J. W, Held of I.ethbrlilgo was a vinlf- or the. home of. over Sunday,