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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FUIDAY. DECFAiHEU 12. 1913 THE I, H Til lilt 11> UK DAILY HE HAM) FIVE Auction Sale OF VERV SUPERIOR t Household Furniture Rtcciving instructions from the I wiJI itll by Public Auction -----ON----- Tuesday, December, 16ih At 424 7th Street South, Duff Addition, five Hlutes from car line. Get oil at Corner 7th Street and 9tl> Avenue Morijs Reclining Chair Oak Centre Table Oak Hockor Mission Oak Kotier .Sanitary Co'Jeh 1 Ik'droual Ctiair Jardiniere Stolid 4 Uinlni; Ilouni ChalrK, Mission Oik. teal I DinliiK Hoom Arm CUair, Mis- sion Oak. leather scat 1 Extension Mission Oak 1 Mission Oak Sldeuoanl 1 .Mission Oak .China Cutlm.! Singer Machine 1 Kitchen Cabinet Two IlugK Two Mats La vardi Stair .Ca rue t 1 ISiiby rarrlagn Jardiniere Stand Dresser and Stand, Bed Springs tnid Mattress TERMS CASH Child's Cot DrosiiT arid Stand. Oak "licit and MillriMs Drem-r, Oak...-." Ilcd Springs Mailtos Cartel Hugi Two Washing Machine Plshei. One S-Oav clock minds Child's Go-fart Child's Uwker ToSk-t Set Aliunt juri pri'Sun Trait; or pictures t.'opLIng utensils l ,'iO'Keel Uiirileii Garden Tcol's. Polatoes, carrots. tuniSps, and titlicr articles too numerous tu 'mention. 'GUS NEIDIG, Auctioneer. What (he Trade Figures of Can- ada Arc Higher Tht- THE WHIRLPOOL OF STRONG DKJNK Ail able biiFiuess man ivlio took the Kcal Treatment Jast year says "The time required from ttie first cocktail ilreaui to Uio last nightmare of dolir- juu is as short as is Hlc distance I from the or the whirlpool of drluk lu its awful vortex in which1 thousands of men ;irc losl forever." Today through tlic Neal Treatment i eny tlrinklug nian can be roscueil tn j .three days from Uio and nl :-luring patii which Jeails to wrcckeil 1 ruined homes, etc. Trealmenl fa ;i purely vegetable remedy taken Internally i which K-avcs no. I ad "after effects. Xo '.hypodermic injections quired. T: Call or irrltc for full Information, NEAL INSTITUTE' i 820 Thirteenth Avenue Phone VV. 4525 MANY TIMES MARRIED Xcw York, Dec. Yolio. j licre again, says she'H to wed once ['more fn linglaiid nficr. Cliristrasa. His I Maine's a secret- _ I How to Avoid Cold Weather Diseases To prevent cold "weather diseases put your- body into a proper healthy condition to successfully resist them Colds, grlupe, bronchitis, 'pneumonia 'and other ailments .may be escapee fn moat cases', if this is done. Built up lyour health and nerves and Wood ami entire boayr into such slinpe that you ecin conn oa good health all during-tiie white: taking Heiall Olive Ol Kmulsion, Itic .ideal blood, jjerve Loly builder. i This Is a retuaflrable medicine, a common-souse one. H doesn't stim le. ScKalled "tonics" that slim give you no permanent relief but leave-you worse oft than before Keiall Olive Emulsion contnin none of these Ijarmful, slimulallii Ingredients, -such .as .alcohol at dangerous habit-forming drugs. Its great bene9t to you Is through it real nerve and blood.and body, built effects. H nourishes, builds Urenglhong. Its merit Ones not res in making you feel bolter fur minutes at a time after i TJt on making yo-j feel as uk of making you well. Rcxall OliTc OH Emulsion is ill rienl'blood ami nervc-focd tonic. Yo .vhb'are weak and run-down nnd yn vljo arc appareiitly we! 1 bu ?rft to suffer from various col eatlicr use Kexail Oliv Eriulsloii lo'Bet'and fccep we iiiil strong. For the liredout, rni nervous, emaciated or ciehill chli is a Ectisibio a1 renewed heller spirit >lng health. lu-jfcll1 Oilvo Oil Kmulslpn, kin If the-celebrated fle'xalf ii for freedom from sickness of yo jour family. You'll be as-cn- Hisiasllc about it n'c arc when :OIT have noted Us jileasant taste, is siren gth en ing, Inilgoralfng. bulM- disease prevcnling offccti. If doc? not help your money will ?e back to sou without argit- Sold in thfs community only i our JtiMflll Store -one ?J more than leadfng drug JPOH in the United Slates. Canada id (Jrcat Urltnln. J, IHglnbutham Co., Lltl., Letnbrldgc. AST DECLARATION O F PAUL SPINTLUM HANGED AT KAM- LOOFS TODAY I rs last.-night .Dec. Ihe possilile rc- detailed statistics of Canada's tfii-le auJ of Iby custums colloctiCLB for "the last fiscal, year, just issued in blue book lonn by tlic Deparinieut of .Custoau, discloses j .tl'ccJdedly facts' ;iivj to Uiu ueiiJ" of Canadian' .rade'and .tlie rau- uf customs taya- lion under Uio Hordcn govern Lieut. Despite Use fai-l that ilicre ;eu praciicaLiy no tariff chunRts sluce IVciaier liorOen assumed ofTite. there lias heeu -an of oue per teut. In the iierttiataRy of duty cbarycjl on gooils entered for cpnsuniiilEoii. antJ ihe average rate is now- Iiighi-'r than ii ijay. been ?.t any other time" since tariff of .ISO? "was. in i ro diked. IntreaEtil protecUou. aiul increas- ed tusloins .taxallon to COIIK-JH has bec-n given for tile benefit of govetDnicnt's'liigl] protectionist allies Through tTie simple expedient of a lit- eral and exacting enforcement of tlit larifi.dt all ports" of entry under the new administration. The benefit of the doabt has ahvays favored the pro- tected inH-TCats ratbcr titan Ihe Can- adian consumer. The other notaijle feature disclosed is the enormous increase In "truck ami trade with the as cota pared with Great Britain aud the rest States last year ft yn Increase of the turning duwn of the reciprocity ustftt aud tue thrift burrk-rii. Kx- ports to Great HrUain totuMfil an luc'rease of Tlie total value of exports for tho year ly alt countries was an In- crease of to- ailed ati iacr.-ase of [Hi fur tbti slight The or fluty during tl.e yt-ar of whtcli was on Imports from tht; Uniied awl I'ir.lgS.'Ji'S Imports froui (Jrt-at iiiiitJn, creaso lu tluty a. last year wai or ipt-r The total of duiiftbio imported la.-t jviir anj u! free avcruet- of duty rliars'.-rt In iho toiul of 'intiahlo goods is nc-arly per fen. Thp jit-rct'Uta.qt of todl cxjiorts over that of Imports was iv cwupared for the prwt-ding year, and for I'-UO 11, liy amount; lontrl- bund lowardi ciistomrf rtvciiup were Que- oE'l'aul Spintluin, or liis res- ue from some earcitc- cnt, but' the'fatrd hour arrived this loruiug witliout bringing any WMVS ivotable to inc. prisoner. At S o'clock in a cold air uni na- cr a cloudy., sky, about a score of eople yatiiercd the Jail yard." Tiie patty included Col. A'icars, of lie1 COD stables jail attctul- nts and IhQ priest. .Spiiitluni .was his tieclaia-- ion was ibal tor not her; man. A. Hllfs, the executioner, gives last us "Cood-hyc 1 aiii Jying -for another's cinie." instantaneous. of the in die imst two years Canada's imports from ilie L'nlter' States liave increased liy while from Oveal Hriiain.thc increase lias only Canada's The1 average of duly ytar ail cjjier- J for consumption, both dutiable and ree, is given as as comjiarcJ 1th It per cent in anil or the last year of the l.aurler ad- u I nisi rat ion. The in the aver- ,ye rate of July is remaikubJe. U Is sow higher than ii lias bi-on at any itlier time In tiie years and Is almost Lack to the rate in IS'JC IK-O It was 17.87. The perc-eitinge iperiBC of colluctiori of customs re- as follows: Onlarlo, JiKSOS.ii! Lcc, Nova ;t7Ji; New Hruiisivlcfe. >laui- tobu. Cutumbia I'rmce l-Mwanl Island Ti; Alberta. Sas katciicwaii. Gifts of Flowers TJu- tj.ii-jl ;v t. y wiiL a )f taste a lid iv Yen itirdiatl Fidti dtrt-ti or our (I Mliero you may toe of aii'J ot'itT plaits !n fiii! bloom. r cut suit- ijivli'--J to visit u'.ir sturc on emhuu-ps ai Henderson Park BIG SHIPMENT FROM MACLEOD Macleod, Alia.. Dec. thousand bushels of wheat and bushels of oats "were yester- day placed on market by R. G' of Macleod, a pion eer grain dsaler of Southern Al- berta. He claims this !s the larg- est individual shipment he has heard of this seacon. Administration in estate o'l the ate PJilRMs, Persons.of Valley City, Voith-DaVota.'.has Iie6n" granied by lis Honor Jurfce Jackson ol tlic Dis- to I'crcyP, Persons, son of tlic deceased, who lives in South- ern.Ajberfa. The cslntc is valued at of which anout is in arm land in Dakota and m SoutLcrn Altrrta. The late Mr'. Per- sons flicd last July. and Dunlop ,are solicitors for the estate. aggregate traJe vith tlic L'nitet States last year totalled over tho preccdiuK and over 1910-11. Total trade will (Jrcat Britain last year was 570, an fccreasc' of ove and of oier 11: Tho comparison shows thai trade (vilh.iiie United Stales under ULC Hor resimo Is increasing- tli.'je times'as fast as will (ireal Brltatu, :i considerably more rate of growth than ever, and this growing trade north and j south there still appears to no of Canada's loyalty .lo tlie and no trend towards "auneAaiion." Three-fifths With U. S. Tlie total trado of'Uic Doiuhiion'fOr the year "was the'in- crease over Ihe preceding'year.being or 'about "'twenty-Ecvca pel1 The increased trade with United States made up over sixty per cent, of (he total increase, and total trade with the United Slate's last year was' about CO per cent, of Can- ada's trade with the world. Next to tlit l-'nitcd Slates nnd Oreat Jritaln ihe principal countries witl vhich Canntla did bushiess last y'carj ore: France, with Svliich tbis coun- rj-'s trade aggregated Icrniany, u tradu assrcgate of Wust Indies, loutli AmtriCE.n -countries. ;ii; Dclctnm. China and ipan, 5fit137rSSO; nnil Holland, Defy Barriers In exports tho value of Canadian products marketed in the United Rcgina, Dec. from Tioth the -Moral- Reform association nnd the License Victuallers' associa- tion waileil.on the provincial govcin- mrnt today. Tl.e liutcl IUDA askcil that the law be Wt as it is, while the temperance people advocated (he naniihincnt ol flic bar principle'de- cided on at their recent convention in lics'ma. This delegation asked thai in taking the plebiscite the s.inie sys- tftn bo applied as in Ihc dirrct legis- lation vote. 1'reraier Scoll proinisnl careful consideration. MONTHEAL STOCK MARKET -.Montreal, Dec. There w'ng lit- tic doing on the local exchange today but prices generally held firm around yesterday's Ic.velg. frou opened strong on tho announcement- yeatCT ray of the ccmtinnatjoa of. the divl dend, selling nt but o! this .and back 16 M14, closing n fiacliou lilslisr at C. T'. Ii. sold at 223. to 2223i, nnil eloswl at 2 MaeDonaM at ]'r; Cement at SO 29Ts; fannera, P5; IWtrpll, 70: I'ow er, 216; Scotia, and HleJiollcu ai Textile, Needle Craft MISS. E. W. FILMER EXPERT NEEDLEWORK AND EMBROIDERY, CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH THE GIFT THAT IS DIFFERENT At Bawden Bros. Hull Block Try Salts If Kidneys Ache TAKE A TABLESPOONFUL O F SALTS IF BACK HURTS OR BLADDER BOTHERS nre a nruion of nieat cators anr our Wood is ftllcil will! uric acid, says n upll-known authority, who warns us lo be constantly on guard asr.Snbl fcW ney trouble. The lildneys do llieir lo fret iR blcort of this irritating 'add, tui bccolfio Tvoak'Crom overwork; the> gel sluggish; the cllmlnatlvc tissue's and thus the tvaglo is retalnet In Hie blooO lo iiolson the ciitiro sys tern. When 3 cur Iridnoys aclic and fee like Inmji-1! Sean and you Tiave sting Inn pains'in the back or the nrino I tlouily, full of sediment or thu Ijladdc: is Irritable, obliging you to seek re lief during tlie rilghl; when yon hsv serero headaches, nervous and sleeplessness, acid stomach o rheumatism In bad weather, get from your pharmacist alout four ounces n Jtid Sails; lake a lablespoonful fn glnss-pf water teforc hreakfaal cac morning and In a fow days your Me neya will act fine.; This TamoiiF toll Is rnndo from the acid of grapes an lemon Jnlce, combined with an. has been used for generations to flus: and stimulalo clogged kidneys, to nei the aclda in nrino so It fs n longer a tonne of tints end Ing urinary.cnd'tilnilder illMfdew. J.vl Salts in incxi'cnske cannn injure; mskc's'a dctlghlful cffcrrc." cent Ilthla-Knlcr nnd can maVe n mistake liy (akin; a Kill occasionally to kc'eji the lildtic'ys clca and active. For talc am S- ,Co., Ltd., druggists, FRACHE BROS. FLORISTS LETHBRiDGE Yoti May Have, the. Extra Off the Sale Continues All Next Week- Guaranteed We Have Overcoated Thousands Thousands That means that we have impressed -thopsaBiis of men with the fact that their Suits asid Overcoats slionld fee by us. You maiy have been one of these customers. If not you should consider as before yon place the next order, for these thousands ci men looked the matter over carefully before they decided. Sales continues all next week Choice of Any Suiting or Overcoating Made Out-of-Town Hen Write for Our New Set of Samples, Sen- Measuring Chart and Fashion Plate. We Guarantee a Good Fit by 404-5th St. South Leth- bridge Phone 1858 ;