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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER n.Vs THE LETHBRIDUE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Get Rid of Piles at Home Imple Home Remedy, Ewlly Civei Quick Relief and Prtvtntt. All from Operation Send (or Free Trial md Prove It In Your CIK Don't even thluk of an operation for piles. Remember what toe- old. family doctor jahi; Auy part.ot llio body cut aivay [s son? forever. One or two applications o( ryraiuld Pile Heuiedy and all the palii. flro ani) lor- luro ceases. In' a reniaikablv, short lime the congealed veins arc Deduced. LOIS HNS MAW BUI re Rebels and Federals in Day and Night Straggle THE POULTRY 18 FLOURISHINQ AT EXPENSE QF. ol "Wbat.about the price The -I1- llurns company h-aulbority for the -slateuient that, the poultry induslry U advancing by leaps and and that (auners iu the dis- ate aye (y5 the tu normal aud you will soon be all jn their nocks, to supply all ,t.i. medical only proper word to designate the dlieaieil physi- cal condition tliat. results- from the drink'habit. Every drinking man should be ac- qublDtcd 'prith-tlie efficiency of tfce Neal Treatment The Ncal Treatment elimfnfttes all traces of alcohol from the iyslem; it removes the cauae aud effect of tills great enemy of mankind. The ;Xeal Ttealraent -a purely vegetable-compound taken Internally wlilch leaves "no bad-alter no hypodermic Injections -telng re quired, Write or call for full Information. NEAL INSTITUTE 820 Thirteenth Avenue W., Phbne looked alter by tbelr represent, atlves. "The. rehels are reported to ba re- specting Americans and American property." t .1 the increase poultry popula-j Under date of uoon, on .Weuiieiaay, tibn will leswrthe price ot this now I Admiral Fletcher expensive luxury, "and importation's "The federal forces at Tamplco eggs by the carload will be con- tinued.. Mr. the manager ol bave been reinforced and tiro thousand men. The Tacoma and PELUY TO BE PUBLIC PARK Ollawa; .Out, Dec. 't Felly, Sask., fo? maay ff PoUoe, V bee'n. reserved by1 the govern- ment aa an historic spot, and Trlfi likely is converted into a- public park. It was at Fort. Pelly' that the first Northwest council sat in 1S75. British cruiser Suffolk, has' all the British i ren'.dcnt ot the town board.'' Germans are aboard tlic iearaer Kronprizeisln Cecelia" "I bave warned tbe teaderi of sides that flgullnK not be'allowi -the local IV.Burns. Chester aro In tbo river with 150 tliat the poultry production o! South-1 marines from the American" battle- em Alberta within 'snips aboard. A place of safety for the next year, will 'not -Vetpi Americans and other foteigneVa lias pace with tie increase in the been aMlgned under the guns of the tion, the demand .lor eggs being in-j warships." creased faster than the al- "The steamer bcgioaii, whlcli (hough' he is confident that .In time'been chartered by-lhc lirinsh admit- fhc south will meet the demand mads nl and .manned upon it. i The Burns coro'piny claim UiattV.ey aro doing all ia-their power to stim- ulate tbe industry, and are paying the highest prices for all that the. fatmer'can bring in to tbe plant. One farmer yesterday was given a cheque for something over 5153 for .turkeys, alone, nnd Mr.- Shaw believes that when Hie'farmers realize tbe amount of money, that can be made with little or no trouble, they-will be more aniious to engage in the Poultry industry! GI.ENWJ06P; George qiiawood's' big cattle'- recently returned thort vltit to tbe' States. He condltlona generally here' -s are much batter than ke flndi them across tine. ram president of Uie KuItU "Aoideay, Ras mouij. paid Ulen- a yltlt Although, tin- Eduuotoii, AIU, Dec. Con- tractors .and builders and painteri and iscoratore from nil over western meet In Kdoiontou the fatly .part ol -sjsen quts- tfoni'.'oi1 importance to these Induar IriM'win be discimwl by tbe lore- mwl iata In Iliu country. 'though Ibe eiact dates bave not yet been de- finitely'fixed, they will be so 'airanc- ed.ihat the'delegates attending one convention Vlll be able to avail them- to some eitent at leatt. of the other. ot B.lld- ers' Exchance will hold lie first con'- ventipri'of tho western body, which was divided from tlie eastern section at' the' cpnventlqn of Vie Ca- nadian National Association of Build- ers' Exchanggs. For this ireaEon it is tne aim of those.who are organizing tbe program to' inake the'gathering an and althougU the entire pf'buBineas and discussion has not yet been drawn up, it Is antici- pated that froia point of view of interest tbe coming convention will be of as high an order as any of the previous national meetings. Local' in embers of tbe association e.. that, the efforts of tho or- will meet with reward iu ;he form of. a record attendance, and function of the western-body will be nn unqualified S'UCCCBS "from every point of view: Western contractors tleslroos of supporting tbe. western industry, anc the offklalorganlzation of tbe Indus try, 'wlil attend the outiventlon in it It Is at all poslble. to do so, while from the purely selfish viewpoint of personal eduratiou it bo' worth a Ulp to Kdmonton i! only to listen to tie addresses which will be given and 'the discussions' which .will.-fake place. The Paintej-s' and Decorators' con venUpn-wjIl' nol be without IU inter- irniahr'of the builders who will (loubtedly he 'wished to increase the Olecwood attendance at the 'church v Mhqot'hc caiae upon request arid de Iliverwl Ui the people of Clenwood a LOCAL ORIENTAL MISTOOK maiterly tie subject of CATSUP FOB HIS OWN OORE iti value.' In a' monetary AND YELLED BLUE MURDER 'A local Oriental came Tery near be- i luj frightened to death He I lo said. to htve used uncoraplimentary to a white- man, and the lat- i ter seized th'e nearest kvallable wea- 1 uon, haiipened to bs a bottle 5 of which he broke over the 1 Celestial's cranium. WltnwMs'of picas' say that. the Chinunah tipon looking .into 'a mirror, the catsup, which by this time, hid proved cowardly by runnlnr, was .his own isood red blood. Tho charge agilnst lhe two "men -was withiSniTi-n. way. and alfo ai a factor for GOOD WILL WIN (Siracoe Reformer) '.-'-Oar Waterford correi pendent tails ,of.a lecturer In town, 'one night t week, eiprefsing the belief, that old world will not list o-Jl the century. The reverend 'gentleman back up. .There's wore [ood- In the world and Us people than viie wots ot, and things are going to Czo or. for a great many centuries I'eltber (bo Kini of Bulgaria, iipr'fhe China, nor JIUerU, nor "job Hodgers, r.or alj together, ore go- to- put things altogether on .'the gocd .In lives of men. His ad heartily, appreciated by all present. Mtis Albwla James of Cornwall has teed engaged to.'flll tho vacancy In the school start bj the reilgnatlon of.MIis MHli Harke who re-cently resigned on account o poor health. "The Glenwood 'Sunday school arc at .worlf preparing a sacred concer to presented UTUio public on Xm'a night This organization will alic maVe.tbe youngsters glad by a fre dance on tbe. afternoon of rbt day be 'ore Xmas, 'and by the big Chrlstma tree- loaded with 'good things In th evening. 1. R. Savage.' has been appolnle libinrian for the'; Y.M.M.l.A. of Olea 'wood. He is an enthusiastic reader o and by his efforts thl organization hopes lo be able to ge ile'membera well employed durin (lie coming irinler In reading the bet tliero is In literature. Will Clarke, Richard l.ow.and Orso .returned, lait Saturday fron the mountain's after 3 week's hunt for big game. They. brought back a deer each, i.e., two bucks and This near the neutral territory.assigned'to near- valuable foreign' property. "Xo steamer is available for Am- erican refugees, "Firing continues iu Ibe suburbs., have liolslfd my Hag on oraa." Brltiih Cruiicr The Brlttsb cruiser Berwick arrived era today Mexico, >nd robably wilU proceed to rave fears are'felt her urgents should fire Ibe oil tanljs Hnr HE both tides of tbe river at Tapplco It is believed would compel tbo tuihips to retire down the; rlwr.'.i 1 Extra ordinary rcBorts being iade by the military autboriUeii. here load ammynitlon on board the SIw :nn gunboats at Vera Cruz The boats will nrobiWy.leave or" Taropico lale tills afieruocjn. Washington, Dec. orts from Hear Admiral Klettbcr.to tire', other convention. The two -biincIiH of house construction are M clpseij- allied that what inter- engaged'In -die one can- npt-'falj-tb interest those .engaged In tfie.other." If j.t Is possible for dele- gates attend, both conventions, or a part of tbere will be addition- al reason Trby "Mefef MB Ift Edmcn- ton" should be.the slogan of the west- ern from noir; until the neinbers of, their Mnua! meeting.' n' he navy department, today, slid _ Hie .ANOTHER ROBBED j B.' Daw- Lamo'ure, iS.D., banker .and pioneer, ot tbat was sbot', pro- bably.fatally .irdunded.aud robbed by hlgbwaymen on tbev'street liere to- nigiit.'lle was discovered.unconscious In a vacant lot: .Mr. Dawson nave bctn injurfd. foreigner! The despatches say tlie nonVombat- anfs have been c'oncen.trattd' point near the water w.yre il-.cy are under the prolectipn .bl the guns of the Scout cruiser Chester and Ihe gunboats V heeling and The Ijattleships Khode Island Michigan are lurther out. 'and .BROOKS' NEW MAYOJl Brooks, AIU., Dec. cipal election held here' r.fr suited In a victory for P. .JloXab for mayor over S. Atnliy, by jarlty.pt K. Following are the'epia- plete returns: For martr, Ainlay, 32. For council, J. 77; James Gregory', 73; nolds, n. Hcas, 16. For ioiool trustees, 3. R. Luc-Vham, Bambrick and L. D. N'ejbitf; 64; C. H. 63; A. E. 63 4 POSTAL STRIKE '4 IN St rauVs Presbyterian. Church, ot buelpb, has Invited .nev. C. .P. Ale- h to permanently fill the imlplt. MOUTHFUL I APPEARANCE Atiet to Every ?l .Halrj a Source 1-jVery woman to young ya. Cray hairs inean tbe Jiaes- ot youth's cnarni. They are tlie 'jurce of many a heartache.U> many id many a woman. But they need jt Hay's Hair llcallh restores y lo II? natural color. )l Is it" a By, Its prpmoling r.ev.- vlgcrous. healthy growth of ,e lialr, by removing dandruff, by 1 to. the scalp and .tlie hair v a iiew H brings back the ;al color and lustre of Ihe aalr. 'It, after a (air trial according to .rcctlons, it fnlts lo do this, We ivell Vifnd your-nioney. J1.00, Mr, 2ar.'. (let It at our slore. --Id slid rccomimsmU'd by .1. D. Illg- jiolhani ft Co., .ilrugBlsts, Irftli- dgc, Alberla. l-ondod, Dec. sec-' 4 Is tlie Lest record any.oF our Glen- wood 'snorts hayo made this feaeon. Mrs. Sani Buck is recovering nlcoly from her ntlaclt of Thomas' Archibald, who baa been In Ibe Oardstou hospllal for some time. Is Improving rapidly now.' n. J. Wood made a trip to Spring Coulee' on -Saturday last. Thomas Wilson V-ete visiting friends In Glenaoo'J during the tttt of last week. retary.of the national cpmmis-: slon of the i'ostal Employees' Union, staled today that, there 4 would be. no.strike al thq poil'. office before tho CbriBttnas season. It was thought pbV sible that government post office employees would go 4. out during the holidays. J. K. PAHLCY INSOLVENT Dec. years proprie- tor of Ihe Union Hotel, and ot the .belt knotvh men: in Olla.va, Jarael K. Palsjey Is now jneolvcnL The notice, lo creditors has been :.l- sued. and the meeting will be held in the office of A. Cole, the flHls.i on December 12. It'Is ten or eleven tinea.Mr, Paisley came to Ottawa from Mor.- Ireal. He bought tlio Orand Union Hotel. from Hugh Alexande'r. owned also a large hotel in To.-onio. Mr, I'alsiey's Insolvency has come as n surprise to many Ottawa 0113 ness meri.-Tvho hpd'considorcil Mm t.t comfortably People in Uthbrtfge Are Xo medicine has ever canted such amazement in .13 the simple mlxtufe of-'buck-. thorn bark., known as Anle.r-1-Vca. Ibis rem- edy drains surprising. .imcuiiU of foul matter from the .body that it le Known M the most thorough, bowel sold. ,Scjlor-l-ka acl< on BOtH the upper and lower bowel, ind JUST O.NF, OOSF, cow- elipallon and gat on tto mach Blnlotf IMMKMAtKtV. .1. fe Co.; I.ld.; u -.believed to carry, a large ran, ae'.'Uken. Thij attending physician loressed an would die' ,__ itbin'a day. AVIATOR KILLED Barreseur, pepirtinebt of Charente, Dec. Retort. well pwn French aviator, .was klllei ere'tv-iir. He- W' about to land tier a sbort night when Ms biplane umed over and' crueb.td him. KIDNEYS NEED THE SIMPSON CO., Limited A STORE FULL of SEASONABLE NOVELTIES for Christmas Uric acid in cicltes the they become overworked; kluiiUh. ache and fee! Hie lump of lead. Tbo .urine becomes cloud? the bladder Is Irrlftled, j-o-J ml 10 obliged to seek relief two or tbrM llir.es; during the Bight .When Id kidneys flog you flush -off the body's urlneus 'wait to rou'11-be real At Jlril you feel a dull ralMry In th kldn'ey region, you softer from .bac' ache, sick headache, dtizlnetf, si m'acb jels sour, tongue coated an you feel rheumatic twlnges'orhen ih weather Is, ..bad. V. Eat .lets meat, drink set from 'any pharaactit fe ounces of Jad take a lati ipnbnful In.'a of 'Viler befor< breakfast for a few days and' yoi kidneys will then act fii.e. Thli lam pus Is mode from the add b grapes ntid lemon Juice, combine with llthla and has been nl-.i to generations to clean clogged Vidne; and stimulate them (o normal activi also to neutralize the adds in irln en Itlno "longer it a source of Irrita lion, th'13 ending bladder weakness. Soils Is inejpenslve, cdnnpt I Jure; mokes a delightful effervesces Illhli.water' drink which everym should fake now and then to keep II kidneys dean Bnd.'actlvf.KDrntPi litre say they, sell lots" of to. folks In overcotnli kidney-trouble whllo II la biiljr troobl For' sale by .1. D. Higtnboltiam t.C ONLY before Xmais to do all your gift '.buying. You should hurry and see the pretty, Seasonable, appropriate gift things this store has pro- vided for Xmas Shoppers. Useful, things that- the re- ceiver will appreciate. Comfortable Auto Hoods for Xmas Gifts I-adlpE' and JI'Escs1 Auto Caps'and hoods, made frcm.Silic Velvets, plush, Sealetto and Teddy Hear ClotQ. trimnxd becomingly ivlth contrastinK colors.' These are new lines just place'd in stock. Prices, each, Silk Scarves and Wraps Make Acceptable Gifts All manner of Auto Scarves here tor your choosing, in plain Chiffon, Knitted Silks, .Dresden Bilks in every'pretty [sbadc "la prices frcm to Fancy Gift Linens GENUINE HAND EMBROID. CENTRES, TRAYS, RUN- NERS ASD DOYLIES; FROM DOVVM TO SCc. HAND MADE CLUNY DOY- IES, CENTRES AND RUNNERS JJ4.00 DOWN TO 30c. LINEN DOYLIES AND CEN- TRES, from 9 Inch up to 24 inch. Prices JJ.50 down to.15o. Gifts .for Gentlemen NEW SILK TIES, Jl to 25C. HOLE-PROOF 35c.' and 25e.' LINED MOCHA (1.50 and KNITTED NECK SCARVES down to 7Bc. to ZEPHYR SHIRTS down to 75c. STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR- CUFF BUTTONS down to Pjc LINEN IN- ITIALED. Ladies': Netkwear A PLEASING CHRISTMAS ".GiFT.- A clean fresh .stock ot every- thing teat's uewest in FISCHUES, .MEDICI COL- LARS, FANCY.JABOTS, BOWS, AND LACE Pretty combinalious of colors and extremely, cheap, .for- .lilgh grade neckwear.. EACH and 50c. Pretty Silks for Evening Gowns The Young Udiei Choice of Gifti S6 inojl rich pure Silk Paltcltea. A silk that will give satisfactory wear, and. make unx at- tractive cr evening gowns. sky, Saje, blue, brown, navy, Nell rose, purple end black. Fyke per yard SILK NETS, to (cr VEiTs AND DRAWERS, 95c A Choice Range of Dainty and Linen Handkerchiefs ..VENICE LACE EDGE on Linen Centres Trices from down to, each........ EM1R01DERED CORNERS on' linen, nent fine patterns, and EMBROIDERED ON r'lOC- 25c, 1pc, and Kemitltched Iriih Linen InltUlcd Handkerchief' A veryifine duality put up 3 lo a Per. box, 75c. or each 71 SILK and SATIN RIB-.' BpNS, 1! SUPERIOR DOGSKIN- GLOVES, pjfr 25c 95c FANCY LAWN '.HAND- KERCHIEFS, '6 for' 't. 50c CASHMERE 3. pair for '..5p White Under Muslins Make Useful Xmas Gifts A CbmpUte Stock Juti lo Hand for V. CORSET COVERS NIGHT- OOWNS DRAWERS ?2, and 750 50c and LITTLE DRESSES iknrt -fiii.00 DO YOUR CHRISTMAS BUYING AT.THIS.STOKE FROM t THE MOST COMPLETE DRY qOObS STOCK IN THE CITY f 1-1 ft_ ij THE SIMPSON CO., Limitecl 602-604 I7ourth Avenue HAS TAUGHT SCHOOL Henderson Will In -'Wllh 'Niagara rails, Ont., Dec. a gathering of prominent citizens, .In.- eluding tho mayor and aldermen nnrt school In the library, audi- torium-this evening, .Miss Margaret A. Henderson was presented witli a furse of .MOO oif compte'lon of ber years iu school teacher.in (lie school -here.. made by Mr. John Bobbie, former jubllo school and fol- lowed by gddreiiet front Mayor .Cole, Chairman Price oi tbe school board, Dr. B. T, Pheralster and .1 _ When Niagara Falls wai but t small sized vllligo known Clifton, Henderson began-'teaetiing til the old slotie Bcbool ol F-alls View, th; Simcoe wat krected she -was the leach'er re: she lias remained until 'reach- Ing the half-century mark as a leach- er, during whfcl) time a'he layght morq than: one or two generations, and the 'will continue in ber prpressipn, TEN LAMR Poil Dec.' Tie La- bor party his named finjcandfdtle.i for the city council find three board of eduotloa, f ;