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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WEBNFSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1913 THE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE SEVEN KIDNEYS CURED Health Restored By "Fmit-a-tlves" OUT., Aug. 1913. "About two yeara ajo, 1 Ibusd my health tu very bad cta'te. My kidneys Iiveru-freuoldoing llicir work, end 1 became alt run-down. 1 frit Ihe ueed of r-omc goctl remedy, aud bavingaeeu adyrrliied, I decider! to try tLeiu. Their effect, I louad more lUia Their actica. vasmild Hie result] ill Out could litve been My liver and kidgejs ittumed tfcelr normal action iflerl baO 'alien of adouu boxts, and I lime vitality. Today, -I tin is veil u ever, Ibe best bealUi I Lave etei enjoyed, and I unlieaiUlinKly give jou this LeUiulOBiil for publication ij jou Triih" 2. JLSI.LY. In hundreds of letters received by the Pruil-a-tives Com pauy, tie sftine expres- sion is "Fmit-a-tivea is the best kiduey remedy in the At iny 'rate, these tablets have proved the best DHR5FARMER GETS AFTER 1 Sir Rodraond Roblin too Busy lo Act as Diiecloi of the Northern Crowo They Are to Blame for Tariffs and Deterioration oi the Country tion to Proposed Licenses {Continued From Ktout -.OPJ-OJ31TIOVS VOICE Before grilles down to comid; tie MB license Mr. M. S. Q[ Conybrare, Chuicb ifid McArtliur, appeared aod rnlfrrt an on: brtall ot C. P. R. license, Deiag.trauslerred to.the north side opposite their new freight stoejs and. asked that opportunity the to make protest. Z Thirteenth slrfft lic-nw v.as Ihttt Uckl'd, and Mr. Iliyis in filed a peti- rural.lion signed', by'twenty property hold- Ihttr era the distance prf avTcil Ibe cilTrt was the state- scribed kj'.ibe'act. Mr. Bryan dealt ihe with alleged- unlalr pressure brought ngtlieiu. 5oca boi, 6 tor trial the, jjc. At all or sent.on receipt of price bj l-tives Xbjiitcd, CHICAGO MARKETS cliowed largely the result of advcrlo. reports- concerning tar- vest rc'turza In Argentina, and be- eaelnc-36 over talk or rank grOA'tri In the winter'Trticat lecllon cmihivcBt ol bore. General ralni In llml .direc- tion (ended to the Ihb opening, which varied from a r-hLjo lover to H advance, was followed by a moderate rite. Oata hardened wltb com. BuslTeas hoVevcr, was only of ecaltued aort. Winnipeg, Dec- tbe Toronto, Out-, Hec. meeting ol tbe shareholders ol the r-jcuHurc is stagnant and the Xorthern' Crown ilinl this niorninn, drained ol tbree new directors were named. TheSe new members oKtr.e Hoard ate rnenl of C. Good, master ot W. J; Christie, A. licTavisb l-amp- Dominion (Jranje, i ipec-cli at-tho to :on those signed the ne- ibell, and John Slorell.. ,lake meeting ol thai assorla- lit Iocs'and described as bogus pe- tht place, ot W.' C. Lestltow, lion.. However, on lie unanimity vhicb was circulated Lelore.ths Sled; Frederic Nation, ol Victoria, sbown by thu lanntrs1 ortaniiallons notice.'ol-.applfcalion lor the llrtnsa and Sir Hodinond rioblin. Di Die provinces viiih lbem: Jlr; Bryan laid that I- "VVc'are very sorry, to lose the In presrnling their "claim at putllc opinion was against the 11 vices o! Frederic and Sir Ottawa recently, Ihoujlit and'.ietfrrtd Ui the fact that the lltodinonilj" said'the president, Sir WCIC [hf CVc 0[ a great lorward churches at largely attended meet Daniel the I'ress declared against li- 'representative at' the close of the- "lljtlu-rto Ihe vast resources ol our The W. C. T. iceetins- "Mr. Nation-is novr liTinj country, nay, eien the lives and taken similar action. II r. 'outside the province and Sir Hod- characters ol its people.have been referred to hard limes jmond is too busy wjlh tho affairs ol ploilnl and wasted in order lo mats :whiclj were.' Ui'lull swing, ar.d only !lht province. We. believe, however, possible Ihe enrichment acd ag5ran: anS appealfd lo :lhat wo have three very able and dizement nf Hie tew. jraissioaers'not-'to creatn places tot competent men hi tbe itw directors." i are i.ot wanting that ntv'- wasting1.; money and depriving the I UStOM HANK AKNIIAL. Vile Is" beginning to make ilsflr Iclt. uomts, ol Ihe 'necessities o! lile. U Winnipeg, Man., Dec. 17. Jolui Lei us ?an the feeble flame before' people IKK! lold him llial Gait, of presided at the which greed and oppression will sec sis pepple week n Uant.and di-jujattiv -wither away." .the." elected as follows: "A "class ol idle rich has grown up tl.iat was probably' the the cities lo whose love of. oslen- reasou-. tbty..wnnled to move across lalion, commerce and industry art Ihe asked as to the R T. filler, .Winnipeg William Shaw now pandering- Enervaled and "miser- tie new company, but the Quebec; E, Drewiy, Winnipeg; able specimens or humanity said they had only oni Col. John Carson, Monlreal P. W. .about Ihe country in great cars, rjamevbeToie them. Heiibach, Winnipeg; K. n. kejiastnn. sn.uV' in our faces, tear I -'Ir- W. Wekott spoke as i wort up our roads, cast their dust maOe a vigorous plea William Price, Quebec John th Winnipeg G. II.' Thomson, Quehcc; lalioi GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Dec. t Belcn- R. Allan; H'innlpej Hon. S.- Dar- ker, M.P.. Hamilton E. Durer- r.et, K. Toronto Haas, Toronto; H. B. Cronyn, Toronto. [and dear Iransporlatlon fall on .At a mcetire rf.Iho director's, Wil- farmers. As remedies Kf. Good clor report .today that Cbrlfitmis sup- Ham Price was made honorary presi- gtsled The. stoliliiir- ol pliej ot beat grades realized high dnt John Galtj president, and prlcea. clnsies un-JT. Rlley.atid G. H.'.Thomson, -vii prrjiidents. upnri our fields." I lor; the homes of the community aw He thought agriculture insufficient-' Mve .of certain homes noi I' rewarded. The burdens ol tariffs ol the proposed sho c wbich'are being-dehaucJied by stron idriiiV: lie. asttd the board not t ol mpre "human altered. Scotch, ttcora made from to Irleli 12 .Uo IE; culls 11% (o U cents, snd five jiuhijred quality United Stales wethers nold at IS and 17 cents. Figures Show New Phaie of Development ttROWTH UNIQUE An ahaljrsls of Cinidi's census out tlie -surprising connli7 live In -Ml our urtin much' faster :ptoe than ou'r.-.ruril 'The reajonj. for. till un- lilLio sllijallon aire found In 'a new book Na- tion of j Tha'boot Is cleferly comllei one ol.Ita HO contatni "'Inlornlatlbhol in- to ertiyone" Inleruted In Can Tada's nellerc. .In to IU ral- 'ijiblo [n.'ormitioi.'Bc'cclal pains have been taken to Illustrate It. belnf '.136 laUresUng, found btlweti j covers.-.. The hook Is not only iri; .terMtlnj. but could be aHectlvely "nseii -for reference purposes. fTo anyone re- one of thcse-hooks a copy'of '-Bamq wlll.bc sent nbsolutely frca with poElfRe'prcrild.'. Simply make your request to1 the Ihlemallbnal Co.; Liralled, 8M. Somerset Block, vyin :ilpeg, Man. !-ii- gtsled Th; atolitiiii-- Ol protection ln maiin; tarins, Cf.isins to allow: Hie unearned Ice-! increment in land values to be au- .Gfeen ELIMINATE PHOVI3ION Op-. CURRENCY BILL Washington, Dec! confer, ence o( leoators tonlshl it la proposed la eliminate pjq frum 'the" .currencj" bill, change Uie "lawfui'money redemption" to male treaauryj notes redeemable In gold and arranse If.fOESlble, for a fln- al vote AREA IN UNITED'-.STATES SOWN TO L r flf-k t ot url; _ .winter whMt" o'n DecemhfrV )it WM SJ.2 cent of 'a norDiai.'conparwl' jrilh f3.2 pif'cenl lalt yeiri 86.5 tSr'cen" t "in iud 'peVceiil this yeart' tali' on pec.eniber l a'norDUl c lait Tlie cocdltlohii 'of rye cent. of percent IflTind 82.7 per cent the ten' yeir averif Three tint seconds', one third 11111 two fourtlis, chiefly, for hor- let, Jiave bttn'-won at the Chicago Ir- Isniallonal SliicX Shoiv- by In- of, UieMentiV Ilospluil' al Cp- propriated by IndUIdifJs; in4' a strong ing our political machinery to secure 'roin rnpriVslacdpolnt. a clracer democracy, organization ol "r" "T" In our industries upon a co-opcrilue also spolce rigor basis'for mutual service, notxpr6nt, adapt our schools to our country's needs; SIDE -Mr. Shephtfd Mhcn look the floo and; ,.'C. S- Donaldson who pit- In' 'petition signed the license. Mr. Don aldsqn'uid a past ol the 'North1 association', '.ft stft- secretarr'off.tf- Veii'ir.assoclalion, and i held' that- {b.e. men shop. ''liMisi 'ofc' Unt-iUf J. another bualnets Haifa, and he also slid, the tte "at the Aid: gave nj. Britijli Leagu'ej'meetirig lo-'.deace'-ta'di had not H: Samuel, Wed -Ukinj. in UK f.iiht onlr 'it---I _'-. _J- B. 'lo'ag' -cor.- mlnlileri- une 1 sult tillons.'oh -the to (fed iJi the1 bilaets itriilizatibnMor sWe. '.They were the bob; posH Ihe nQrth lide ktulneiif, ihe ovrrriie'ij .'dominioas ligoro'uslr refuted: llj.t bilj tfa brinclpjw reniart and Biii roatd'-not' be Just Seven Days More To Do Your Christmas Shopping We Offer A Few Suggestions Something Nice in China and Cut Glass Hand China Cake Plates Regular 53.00; now........ Hegiiliir ?2.75; Now Jjl ,7o Hand Painted China Fruit Dishes- Regular 511.00; now Hcgular J8.25; Now Regular now Now SJ.OO Hand Painted China lion Hon HcRnlar Now........ Regular ?3-75; Now....... Hand Painted China Cream and Regular Now Many oilier prices with ns Jargc a rcdu clion as Ihe Crown Derby Have about 100 Piccca Crown Derby, want to clean up. llcgiilar ?5.00 I'lulcs RcRitUu- ?3.50 I'l CUT ;i very few pieces Cut (Jlnss, which inus! also go. See our '.Windows. Elite Liinuijc, FinesI is your lime lo lo your collection. Prices greatly reduced. We will lie glad :it aiiyliine lo anylliing Ilial we sliotild not have in stock. Finest eating Apples ffZ.'la Jap Oranges, box Nqvdl "Oranges, per doxcn, 25c. anil 50c! Dananus, per dozen Groceries, Fruits, Etc. 10c 20c. Fruil, each Grapes, 211is for Tnlilc Kigs.'per tb. Talile per 25c and Ttars.ln.altncsl doubling mi carried'by the I'acIfiS -cible.. 1 qulu.rn, B. G. AUCTION Of Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Rugs, 'Mats; i- Dishes, Furniture, etc. Saturday, December 20th Afternoon and Night, commencing at 2.20 ind 7 at Street, Pioneer Furniture Store. Conslgltng of the followlns: 12 Sullfl clotJiei 7i pair of Overalls U Pair o( hose, child's Ehocs nnd hread, uoedlea, hooks nnd eyes, buttons, dvees tape, hair ping, 3 dozen _ ftt of Otnl'ii' Shoes Sets of dlslies V Number of Lamp8L Tollcl gUspvare, sellers. 25 Carpet Squtfes 25 Small Rues 25 Smill and Mnti TERMS CASH Aleo a riunnUly of furniture, etc. OUS NEIDIQ, Auct. cbrdiat co-operation', to.- reduce.' 'the McKerricher replird that'cliairmBn-'rend-the claiise ol tht act :able rates to the West. Indies. The the commissioners understood to the ate from the'.West to' eaay It is to gel up and it .personnel comnapy he relerreil nol.ner Country'would, be. two would not be necessary lo ll.e "to" the registrar ol cora- n'gs nnd 9ix'pence, whjle from 'the' Vesl'.indiis lo Canada vouldihe one shjlllnj and six pence." .Up :trvV the present nrly-three puh- I. ik. In the dojulriSoiis and register-1 Jy .pVescntfd it was worth 'character ol a man Inlereslert, ed under the act passed last session Mir Cobbledick then Hunted to "wlra !s out.ol the city nr.d has >y ivWeh such' newspapers could be knoiv ll.'lhe three business men Thp-disappeared; bu'Cwho may be brought posted in O.ieat -BilUin at ordinary had spoken were to be-accepled (back vojclng the business SCTllment o( the' 1 Trees Trees i i i S'jltabla far planting In Southern Altirli ire bilog luppllei by the British Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd. OF VANCOUVER, B. C., Small jFruit Shrubs and Rosei Trees for for or Oarden, all of the belt Qujlity and A RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO SEU. FOR US for full Irforraalloii lo 7th Avenco Weal, VsncoJTer, IJ. pr.Jo catalogue free. This (he neant, above applicants .was germane and''If It rled nny weight. His reason for Lemon and Orange, .-.20c CilroiJ, 25f! Two packngcs for 25c Siiljnnn Kaisins, 2tbs (or cleaned, 2ttis. SKf.il.TSO. WALNUTS AND ALMONDS, 'per pound gjjt; PUKE EXTRACTS boltle Hoqucforl ani) GorfionzolH, Ib. McLaren's Cheese, small pol, each Ontario per lh. High .Class, assorted Chocolales, from ;ipc...te, box, -SI .00 50c. 25c Cranlicrrics, Hi.....15c. Celery, Lctlnc-e, )b. Mixnl Nuls, per It) -2oC. MIXED ib.........2aC. MeVitic Price, per Ib .lOc to Complete line Christies, HeinU Dill Pickles, large size, iloz.. .25, Heintz Ghtrkina, 2 iloz. foe Crisco, per can.'................-. Swift's Lard, 55c, SOc'and....... jus! received a shipment of .Tom Smi Ill's Crnckcrs, per box 9oc (p ijil-OO Xinas Candles, all colors. Welch Grape. per i Homan Meal breakfast rcc oinincinlert by Dr. JIason of this city. Prompt Delivery Courteous Treatment the better serve by aerying A Xnias and a Happy New Year li. A. Co. i...'..'..' 1 v-V'.'-V- mate4 the opinions expressed'prising Meurs. VcKcrricher, Slrong and Daync. Licer.se Commissioner N'immoas was also present. would a? personal. 'X MYSTKRY SHOP When Ibe' ot the Letb- bridge. wjjolesajer's w'as reached, Hey. FIRST WOMAN HEAD OF BANK IN POST-OFFICE 3uchnnan, is-ho hns been twenty yeare n thf service and for the last.h'nii lozeri yeara lias been deputy, super-- Dlcndenl. The offlcA has a maximum salary o( a yoar, wlln a personal allowance of S500 a York-. Tribune. ._'pl a declsjon. I'panlfs Who would be 'able to that the petition him 'thc-ijeslred Inlorroatlon. give was rnerely put, In.to help in ____ raining" public scplfment and was on- iir. areen.inUmattd' his rea- son for asking ivas thnt it nland rafrt..' This wu o[ great -benelll to people receiving' overseas newspapers who leslred fo -them on to le fu In communication with itie Hornlnlon jorernraentj In tho of securing reciprocal. Irealmenl for Jrl'.Uh anil many por- tloris of the Empire had already Anted iuch privileges. Mr. Samuel concluded -with oWo reference lo: the recenl lueen himself Rot lln, premier of llinllobi.. 'that the oui weal- tad made Iilm appear to say that ten ljipg children went ito ol, and aeelng. Itiii I'lhcrs were only twenty Ihoirtaiid 'flhltdr'en In Winnipeg, It was riol- surprising Ihit Premier lilrnWf Tlio Premier, -nowerer, hail good cr.ough ample apology on learning whal .iraa really. ttjd at Montreal. -Thn uirnoit friendship proralled between ihe' Do- mlnlc-nr; end Ihe' Conntiy, out It waa a'iriie Dr. Johnson. (Tint frlendthlpi shiSiild' bo hept'In roniltiit and. tba chairman inti- SATISFIEO DEPUTATION OF. Dec. depuirilon ratrcMivtlng about forty membert of parliament wilted on Premier Atqulth. taiiy citt- IncniM. In '.beyond, the programnie already aanctlonerf. The byt [t (t 'that the dejjutitlon wn .jli.fled vrlth Premier on rwo-chird> 'of.tyudof leor-cloth. Let k itand wid the at CTerr pMt ot ihe Then-Ten hire retl doth (or 5c. FaAa rip KjMq f jtideJ ow the, Bui TBCHteaed will t 3-tOne c4 cor- lecM ewrjr (torn of NO .Mr. Green also referred to the erec- tion'ol a1, "niyslrry building" on the north aide which was previously an- nounced as going to be a grocery lore, or-'anything.other than a li- qii'oi shop.'. Ue'usktS it.lt was neces- sary id-build in.advance ol an appli- cation and If Ihe submission of plani WBS.'not.'sulficten'l'.' On being assured Ly the chpirma'n that such was the case said that Ihe erection of (hi'bullrllns could'not be charac' :erized-as ijlhtr llian presumption. There seemed .lo he an Impiession Ihat Ihis company -had 'a "pull" Ihrriug'h the aBSOclatlnn ol "a rnnn natnfd who the candidate of the Ihe rumor and-fie fell that the board s'nould taoit It. told ol seeking the a "prominent miller" Ir.duiUy rear Ihe pro- polled that" vl'o replied Ifiat It.Tjs no tie nihling '-.'the wholeDilng was filed by Jones, .who hid the patrdn- ap> 61 the.'I.lberal parts'." He linpr, il.there anything in tte rtimot; .Vr. MoKerrlrhar slid that the boirt coild not be "fiiert" witioul hit Vnowlng iqmrtlilng It 'and Mr. Bryan that he was not Allcc'-liirllwr di'scusslon the -that It be 1m- possilik to give ii decision on Ihoap- plbation ol'-tlie Ulhbrldge Hlmle- baleie n'nlil the. ejections, ol the C. P..K. ".and Ihe 'iboird .Ihefefore give both decisions 6nt ttae'.'M i'; nieellaj{ J'n. Cil- O Tlic full board .was' prewhl. csr.i- Mlsc Constance Srnljh, who during 39 yeara has been superintendent ol he London Pcstorflce Savings .Bank and has probably done more Ihan aiiy oti-.er woman In England- to disabuse llsh people o( Ihe Idea that women are incapable of performing respon- sible clcrkil dullcs, his retired from office. Miss Smith had great delight In In- tricate matncmatlcal calculations, but her forte Ity In her genius for organic Ing. She entered the PootolHce Sav- ings Bank in iS75, when'tho authori- ties decided to try the eipertacnt of putting part of the' clerical work 'In tne handa of women. At thp end en fix months Sinltli hnd cliarge of IG women clerkB. .VTien retired Bho nad under her a staff ol 1100 .lyo- COMING "THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO" BIJOU men and for tho ac- uralc Recpliif of ledgers, with the patUculnre of accounts rcprcEentlng npprojinmlcly Smith Is succeeded by Hiss The Whisky OF CANADA Ready Ai any yours the, asking -11: you cafry. ILETTERS OF CREDIT Issued by the Union Bank of Cinadn. It Is-as easy for youh to obtain funds-with them 33 It Is djHlcult (or any unauthorized person lo do so. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH QRAS3Y LAKE BRANCH 8. H. A. B. KlNO, ;