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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta t MONDAY, DECKMIiER 29, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FIVE Albert Hublwil and tbc Neal Treatment FOR THE LIQUOR HABIT Kftort Hubbard In describing the tSetis of ilio Neat Treatment ou a nan, stales: "The aioUicine they liad been glv- hiu, lu little doses from time to time, bad acted upou his pores. 1 law that the man had eliminated the JBvlla, that bad him lu their uiifall- Jig clutch." The "whole lliiug Is simple, natural lutl effective moving lei Hue with na- luro. Tfio N'eal Treat in cut has revolution- ized all former theories, methods and treatmeuts. Uccauso of the sboil IImo required, (lie of taking, u'ud i efferUvenesB of Uio N'eal Treatment. it liss been endorsed by thousands upon thousands whr bave received Its benefits. NEAL INSTITUTE S20 Thirteenth Avenue W. Calgary, Phone W. 452J Mr. and Mrs. John A. Neidig Celebrated Golden Wedding Anniversary FOUR WINTERS OF RJUMATiSM Ginlof Milici M Hvsofir HuntiS! By "FfeiU-lim" RIDGKTOWN, ONT., May 3lit 1913. "Fniit-a-livcs" curetl int tualUoj. It the ouly that mi'le Any impression on inc. I was a terrible from RLcuiuilbnu I was laid up for four winters wiihtkiallra tnd Muscular Rheumatism, and completely ciir-p.rJ. ncij-libor of mine toM me tbil "Fniil-a-lives'1 helped him, and I stilted iu ta talce thtni. faithfully for i wo ycirs, takiug Ihfta evtrr day as I saw they were doing me good, anrl the result9 wire marvellous. 1'or over two years, I bave keen completely free from any Rheueialie Tains whatever, and 'Trtit-a- IIUGI of those events which occur but iu a litetiuie, was celebrated at residence of Ju'jii A. NciJig ai bis ioineslead west ot this city, on Friday cvcaiiij; last, 2Ctli Dec., when lie and his spouse were the principals in wedding, i.e., the knot of JiHy ycjrs ago was douMe-rinched. fierce trills H'rough yon have the czeUil." W. II. RACHHR. 50C boi, 6 for trial site, 2jc. At all dealers or from Fiuit-a-tivci Limited, Ottawa. W .iter Wili be Spent Mostly n Riglit of Way and Bringing in (Special to Tht HcraW) Ediaoulon. Alia.. Deo. day saw the beginning o' actyal con- struction work ihf> Alberu t Great Waterways Railway, the. building of wliicn -wag takes over by J. D. Me- Arthur, under a special net at I the last session of the legislature.- Regulation Respecling ,bf r a divided should not ttf public m- ions Should Put an End to Wildcalting IN FORCE JANUARY 1. Local Real Estate Dealers Object Only to Imposition of Filing Fee On lie first ot the i car, .the lercst be subdl-.-iUfd or ofim-d lot sale to the ptibtk1, the ruiiiMec the ouncr of the lanil as what porlioas nt the proposal sub- divisions he is prepared to apyroie. and set forth tbe as to ac- tci-sil'ilitv and drainage under I he will apjjruvf of tr.p remainder oi j the butijiusion. KOAD3. AND STHKETS Hub-sectjopi 8 NO street sliall i be laid out lesi tJun sixty-six left j width, but streets of greater width thall br provided if rc-iuired by the minister. 3. lane shall Lc laid nut than tucnty fret iu width. 10. The dislaue bcluctn parallel This pure ligKl oil flows freely into every bearing and friction point of every make of sewing nuclune. It works out- a31 reduces friction to a ruum'jm.and cnlcesrmr.dwjieel, aid iKuiSe ivcik tsooliily, coiicleuly, J.irv-Oac oil Ne The ia ad Xe.iiiiss to lay, tbe i-oiupanr uiesent v.c Ifcl cunfidcut DIG CALGARY -MAN TO AID SOUTHERN RANCHERS IN GETTING THIS SERVICE 'cicrvtling mem- ns a marfiaco'- lcrs anprwiative of .Ihc lire ot a man-' to five hundred men will bo sce ,0 u thai their :.n- 5IIXISTKH HAS GHKAT KCOl'li tell. On a rcrr'ni similar occasion a 'v -in aiieclionale mother. employed In clearing iherlghL of way, plications mcti tho department- U Tlie minister of puMic ivorts has Liiiden guest was af a loss what to This fralei'nal Court will also star.J supplies -will also ba taken In. W.. puttie works before Ihc first of .fjn'.i- authority to criler any changes oi briii" as a present Tor the bride and as onc "lonuuients. [It. Smith, cttlet engineer, states that ary, or the 5 per cent, provided lor any sub-division plan priur lo on a Tliat the request of-the southern at this gathering .true golden in an- but convey our sentiments to- farmers for a special stock train cu tho Coutls and Curattou brauc tlie C.P.U., will bo granted, Is -the vffh of Mr. P. Durus, anil in tber! sense, being a large "centre lahle of golden oak and a coTntnodi- coucli of golden oat, suitably JQ sprinted and upholstered, warranted of socalled gift hundred and twenty five miles of in the regulations will he dialled. It iration, as may seem lit for pub this time next is the opinion of local real estate lie interest. He may also, in approv- -'.Stains, that'this is the oak clause" proo'n he mi glole ol two gold'fishes, iie presents ies "Pressed words can. steel -will ue laid ward you. Signed on behalf of Court Xo. 362, JAMKS KKLLAS, C. R., OSCAR MATSOX, V. C. Not the least enjoyable part of the venir.g was when Hie presents year. an IMS ing any plan for regir.tralioii, limit'one acre lo subdivide, he is uot re- Then; was no fcrma] ceremony In .that will-work any. sort of a bard- the time for ubich -such approval quired tu buy another u'.re atiil Ihcii with tbe "tnrnins of the chip, the'-'bther provisions beii.g ileeni- holds good and within wbich the plan turn ilicni both to the Croun, fire! sod." A parly or ana ed of great public benefit, as must t.c registered. Section 19 says as muhl lakcn ior panted bv friends went to the scene by special It decs the supervision' ol Hie regis- Kvciy phn shall show a parcel or. srctinn IS. Irala [rob the B. D. t B.C. yards, and trat'on of plaps to the minisler. parcels ol land, tbe location of which Huii-snliou 11 provides for thii as J. t-'Cote, member for Grouard. the Nona fide subdivisions will not suller, is satislactory to the minister ol follows: TJie minister may author- only member ol tbe legislature pre- as the regulations are r.ot aimed at public containing at least .i.ize'the rciristrclion ol any "ulan riot- mado a brier Bpeech In which legitimate propositions. Clause 23, per cent. the total area being rrg-; v.-ilbstar.ding (hat Ihc saiiic dues not !ho said he ihe railway wo-jld which reads ns lollows, practically istered. but not in any case less than liunform with these rfgulatious wlie'u "need bt'dr? ?62 C' K' "rcsratcd tlle tatta for such service wallliie 'gold-headed riHSw "tCBeMi ions" and this'8 Mmpleled.'and'Tnw VtThe tliminates this subdividing "of useless two acres, and the owner or miners Jin his opinion special" and peculiar for two days and unloading his stock inscrihed, aiso an of coiigra- r.ot rcler exclusively to ll.e feast ol ilch minerals of the north on Ihe properly for wiW-cil selling in dis- thereof shall convey to. the Crown in circnmstancts ami it is prob-' at Stirling tljree times before he suilahlp for Iraminj! as a E0od thinss ior eood folks of good hlzhisv of commerce itrlcts wht'rc arc "ol m n tllc r'Sht ol thc province of Alberta, able that where these do no could have then, brought Into I.etlv a.-drws was as under which the tables Bridge. Mr. Burns.beliercs that there is enough slock in (he south country to warrant BUC-Ti a train on some set day ot each week, and he lias taken TO Jlrolher John-A. Neidic. and his ly follows l.ellibridge, Alfa., Dee. 20, 1913. highway of commerce itricts wtt'r? "ol in n ihs r'Eht ol the province of Alberta, able tiiat where these do This is tbo second Ume a start has sition to lnE "att Korl1' herein represented by Ihe minister of goes wilh tea ar.d other quids, and a toastmaster is a' trie railway, the first the property. I public worts, such parcel Irec from li- telmfln mo. under the auspices of, the proposed system of sub- all encumbrance for such purpose Ml ot Kansas City, at a point! tomt to be satisfactory as .he mmistei i purpose or T may, froln iMmnine. acres to the government, as the leaafc acre ivo'Jlil not- be enough to do the government much good, and two acres would sef m too much to he just. regulations as a whole are ''very found, and provision is made for cr- ery circujiislance.. of ig and a the .turn on lears laughter complete unity of Die hizhcr life be- at his ou-n will. It is'-a" pity Mr. Harvcy'E sheep, includicg about jfwecn a nian-and his mate. In such these things rion't bappen oJiencr. 2.iOO head, weighed to a high Elan- ,case5 tlic innn'.s 5acred liomo life Is aj Oard, averaging nhnut I2ttb3. each, ng inlluenco for good-towaid 1400 yearlings fn the lot, and af- and you; dear llrolher, Court Kclhhridge lor ,1 four days' shrink. "Some ot the which1 is" somewhat of a record for range The lambs which Mr. Harvey ship- Tied but some time 330, dressed out rcr carcass, 'Which constitutes g record for tho Burns plant. 263, twenly-lhrec.-rears ago, fulfilled an ideal bom of. the.' home, influence of -ynu, our 'Sister. flold is sugees'tivc of fierce trial by fire, and you may per- Imncc look backirard on some ol the A RICH MUSICAL TREAT- Tho Sun says: The organ and sacred song recital in SL Angus- tine's cliUTch last night was weir at- tended, every scat in the edifice ing occupied? The beautifui organ found a masterly exponent In Mme. d'Krina, technique nnd Illustrations were all oT Iho moet brilliant nature, anJ aroused the greatest admiration, not (Eie "ess fer- tiJ on account of (he day and tho place, as no applause was permitted. Thc organ TJumbers v.'hitrh iflcaecd were probably tho Aubor over- ture to Masamiollo, tho Ualls'e-Von torn Elevation, Iho Uerccusn frpir tho fantastic. Hungarian March ami, best of- all per- haps the Paslorola Lefclcuro 'Brranged by Mr. Von torn In five mot- Its. number brought out every latent power nnd effect in the in- of tho most -weird and beautiful, majestic and sonorous siblo to be evoked, Mmc. d'- Ll'ina'g wonderful abilities as nn or- garilsto de concert, while, as a vocal Ut her grand voice was at Its beat in the Ave Marie of Mcola', With Verdure Clad, from the Creation; the AzrrJua, from the opera o "La Damo and tn llie ".ifadro tic) Com lyilh Mr. Von torn. Tho la'tftr bang 'with beautlfu effect the Ileus Palvntor Sfena o. Clifford; "In Iho Klernal bj Von Tllzcr, nnd "Abide With bi U'lfgand. His voice is a rich, tenor well ball need and managed and c'spc cjally beautiful In plnnlsslmo effects Mmc. d'L'rlna win appear at tbc K o'.P. Hall tomorrow night, under tho auspices of the St. Patrick's' Choral toclety. SHEEP FROM STATES FOR CANADA Begina, Dec, Smith, the alfalfa king, ofc.Maple Creek, has purchased ten -she-pfor breeding purposei. They, will enter Canada through Coutti, from Monlara. th, ad- dollars worth offered to- Sub-section rclers to tbc use to 'ditlons wcw made', no further parcels Hy6nS Sd i? 7het wWch tbe land proposed to be sub- would r.c iakcn oxer, as the two ac- an. sub-section re, would ho the required 5 cent. ing ihlt for Ihtf iubdivWon o! every mernber -of .Ihc from musi be. reasonably and smaller areas is alsn .in art B br sub- grandfather or fallier down to ihe youngest it for a year and you. will be convinced. Tho Publish- your while to try it for-one year. that any scrtace which tiiigM accumu- senior, twenty, "which sars !ate whtpr-tlisrcoti may be drained at the area ol a subdivision'is less than a reasonable cost. With regard to forty acres ar.rf comnriErs the e tit ire minister' such It. appear-lhal .the whole -'or any j percentage of ihc total .area being faild boost ers vlll'-erund your money If you are ihe usefulness ol the properly, sub- holding ol any owner the notVfiatl'.fied; 'wortb provides that may, at his discretion, acc Arrangements have been completed for the holding of a business men's smoker aud get-together gathering, the date set being January iu the Sons of England iiall. CommUtees to loolt after the dift'erent details were appointed, it Leing decided to progra m and refresh m ents. tary Hay Bays that every "mail iif thfe" city is Invited to attend. There are over 300 business men it Is the aim to have others as "well, In order that all may get tcgelher SEE OUR LINE C A Good Line of Up-to i r, The City's Leading Jeweler SPECIAL GHKlSTMAS RECORDS--JUST IN clate Popular Records and Maehines Always in Stock Established 1898 It's not too yet to get a Vidtrpla for the NEW GENERAL MANAGER OF MOUSON'S Montreal, Dec. it- polntmenl of Mr. E. 0. Pralt lo the managership of the Molson'r Bank, lo u-cceed Ihe late Mr. James Elliott, h.ii been announced. Mr. Prall's connection with Ihe bank. extend! over ten years. He wai formerly local manager, but' left the Mrvlce to become manag- ing director of the National Brew- erlcii Limited. About a ago Mr. Pratt returned to the binK in Kistant general manager, We Carry a Full Line of Victor Victrolas Together witk 30QO Records Visit our Victor Dept. Today ".and near your favorite song or rnuaic a "His. Mailer's Voice" dealer in town in Canada.. Go to the one nearest you NOW. and out your Vic- irola for New Years' Vicftrolas to sold on easy payments (a low as per week) if desired. Vi< i.o'r Records 90c for ten-inch double-sided. Write for-our musical encyclo- pedia Ming over 5000 Victor Records. Berliner Go. Limited Lenoir Streetj Montreal. Pejle-9 In ry Towo an.l Mason Ltd. Victor Department 404-Sth Street South, Bryan Block 21 Western Branches Phone 791 ;