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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VIS1DAY, JANUARY Sufferin that relief must be f suffering is trouble will follow, Humanity Finds for the ills which may coins any day, I.ETH11UIDGE DAILY H K K A PAGE K1VK ngcd and thercisdanse---------. ost serious sicknesses s'art in disor- ders of the organs testion and elimination. Thebestcor- rective and preveJ.iii such eases, is acknowledged tolc HA 'ILLS This standard hi remedy tones the stoMwh, stimu- lates the regulates the inactive bowels. Taken wheneveiere is need, Beccham's Pills-will spare you hoi general health resist disease, proved safe, cei Worth suffering and so improve your strength that you can better, ted by time, Beecham's Pills have prompt, convenient and that they Guinea a Box THE ARCTIC EXPL HANDLED AT A IN OLD LO Dei'. v.'err- Hie j RUllitUCC- v.hll-L to Mi-lruiJoii diusjlon. lo'.iisln. furinaiH-i.'. Tl.o dc.' talked lor an t uocsi at the facid lUc liravolj Elrla 'Liar." Tin1 waiioSor :ui'lie irl to liin two and tO: :i the doclur r-alil and stripes ir.l.uirni: "Hi K.HUll Tile to uiake infinlr! ANNA PAVLOWA IN SCOP.ES MODERN CUSTOMS IN HEARTY MANNER MuKlreal. Tango is of an anil ncvcv fau be a society Ur. Cook dance. II is u stage dance, lull. I'aU- and was [.rc-alcd-as such. I cannot .-lund per- Imagine anyll.Iiit: EO arotcFgue as a ad already toc-iety couj.le Iryinjj io perform the ihe after-, figures which si'cn a dance requires. li-jt for the Turkey-Trot ai.J oltici- o'.ie of tlio dances which como under the catc- f I think they should bo banned. !L .ind tricil [They are and profane." t kept Anna J'ovlowa made tills statement oven 'in one cf Iho fciv IKIHECS between llic llic daily ballet practice on the stage (if loilh His Majesty's Theatre. Lieulenant-Goranor of Mani- toba is Raised lo Peerage nee. fc'lottlns names of .Canadians appear among tho New Year's lionor.--, tin.- oirii-ial lisl of wt.Irh will he published tomor- row: Knights Commanders o! St. Midiaii anJ St. Honor Sir Fran- cuis Cliarlos Stanislaus lieiileimnl-govenior of llio province of Quebec: Ills Douglas Colin Cameron, licuttaaot-govr-rnor of the rovince oi Manitoba. Commandos of St. Michael anil St. Jerome Jones, KKI, I.S.O.. assistant secretary 10 tlio sov- enor-seneral o! Canada: Aubrey While, I'Stl-, dc-puty minister of lands ami forests. Out. Knighls Hon. Horace Archambeaull, chief justU-o of tlie court King's liench, Quebec; Henry Kelly Kaaii, Ollaiva. addition to tlic Canadian itet, ex- Ambassador James Hryco is n'.ade a viscount: Hiifns Isaacs.'the new Hrilish lord justice: Alexander Ure, lord pre.siilenl of ihi: Scottish [court of fusions: Sir Cripp, i I'nionin ineinlier of parliament for I iiiickir.ghamshln.', and Sir Harold larmswonh. a brother of Lord North- elide, are raisrd lo tlio Courlenay Walter Dennett, British c-unsut-general at Vork. also was crcatcil a hmaht. Sir Gcrali! Ansust Lowe, recently amUassjiior Constautiiioiile. U ere- irj. tco. be- earnestly, t.----- in-.i Hie man- Into Russian, her native tongue. i said: "liav.-d's f.r.tl here's the me spcjiie caserly and often from French I alcd f editor baronet; and Owen Seaman, of '1'unch rir.oe is knaow Tile gallery Keiit calloO tiack: A man :n the 'e nia Titr- scoi and tiie National as usual. is geltine Is booked fo: eisli nine iti the r> lie siiirvives the ROSH FOB Milwaukee, ovade tin' the horsiest day Milwaukee iniinl! cleils. At I'losinp liinl been isMini. sn crowilcil wilh was decider! 1C inidnicht. The new iaw rr aminalioii nl Uot license In wrd. H l.ut S3 shall he rl lor making llic dm-lurs not make'tiir Acid in tat Clc r's one "I will not exactly say that llie -a-.vn't 'clp is uilgar or she. I said, "but IL can easily be so; but In.' mere so tlialf any of tlio dances of a I few years ago. The. new dances, as a w Lole. do not aijicat to in the least. Tliere is nothing edifying Delany's, Limited fy iinswe.'cd linlral I'cary graceful aijo-.u them like llic miaucl, society i the waUz or the "It positively makes mo 'uuliappy ucr wcel; and' to sco some of these dances. in London There Is -nothing stscrcd alioui them, liiat is, K On the cor.lrary, a. mall tears ngageuient. about tlie room, biR partner looking hike, a frightened TV hat is very much both i ever each oilier a'n expression of sickening dreaminess. How Times Have Changed. "For my iiart I am pliocked to see everything feminine and licantilul about women disappearing. If a youtis girl is innocent and nn- tophisticaled and natural, she isj called 'conventional; 'old-f.'.shior.eir I and 'oiit-of-ilate. No, slio slionld Ije er' and forward "Look at children today.. Dressed rusli IKS marriage tochy for the ;mc licrnse licenses office1 was Sir Archibald (ifftic, foiiiiw. vrc- sidcnt of the Koyal and i iirst I'.uthriior-J. director of ttc phy- .ical laloralorics of the Univerbity oi Manthsatcr, and a writer oi philo- sophical and physical snajccls, liaic hwn Itiighted. William Ucnrdmorc, head of 11: well known cnp.iaccriiig and [inn, liccainc a haror.et, and Lord Knimett is protnoted lo New Year's iionors create only oae parliamentary in the division o! Unckinsliam- xhirr, whii'li Sir Alircif Grippe has represented in tliC I'nionist- interests for (he past 2? years. Another bye-election is to lake plar? in Xoiiliwcst- Ilurliani, the ap- poiniment of whose, sitting incnrtcr is L. Attirrly Jones, to be judge of the cily oi Lor.ilon couct. rak. li.C., Jan. thir- annual ball of the Brotherhood ;e of Tralnnien and the I-idies' Ausiltury lo Ihe B. of n.T., was held i i'n llie audilorinin'on Year's KVP, and can safely be satil to be one of the largest and hest p.ntertalniue i of this kind ever held in the city. Ujwards of five hradred persons w... _ Jin attendanco. a'nd the, light fantastit; 1 was kept up Till about eix o'clock on JNeir Year's morning. Tlie Res or- of five pfeces' 'fumisheJ ind Uieii'J'epIentlid lime was greatly appreciated by the dancers. The orchestra was seated under a canopy of evergreens red. white anil green electric: islils, the colors of the order. Elec- irlcal signs bearing Hie emhlem3 of the Iwo orders workcil togelher, -o'ere displayed in colors at the front of lie hall. Streamers of bunlina, red! white and green, -were slrung from lUe walls and ihe corners lo tile centre of the hail, and at intervals thereon were hung colored lighls and Chinese lan- terns. At tile front of the hall, just henialh the gallery was an electric sign bearing the words "Happy New Year." As tho clock tolled twelve all lights went out Ibis sign was lurned .on. An electric whistle was blown for several minatfs. while l-'ioor V.anuger Knoeke "wished one and all a and nrosuoious .Vow Yeatr. Ilaadsliakiivs continued for EC.ve.-al inini'te-i before Iho danco was proceeded -with. Set arour.d tho walls were mirrors and Four tallies of delicacies wcru set en and tho first tlitins for sf'iu- per ivas at twelve o'clock, anil. the tu'jles "were continually till after tlree a.m.. scvcaiy-tivo iier- .Miss Taylor, Kimberley; Mr. Kraser" anil wile. Xatal: Mr, James and Mr. Hitter, xMnrvsYlllc; J. Siinileeti. K. Philliiis, Koaler, WycUffo; U. Mon- Ktau, Jaffrny, The C. i-. R. have Elutt down llieir sday noon last till sons being seated at a time. Among present at thu dance I Wednes from ontfido points Mr. and January Mrs. Telicr and ilaiighi.er, Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle, Miss I'earsou. 11 and Mr. Scltofield, of W. Ilaldwin, Siift Current: W. .lohnslon, Edmonton: N. A. Mien, Herb Ileard. M.-. and Mrs. .1. .McTavish. Hull Itiver: llowd. _ Mcilicine Hat: J Miss Mc-Kee, Mr. Elko: Colin IjCltclt, 0 .Cnsh. Mr. lloaaldson, M and Mrs. Y. Bliss, J. Jlac- leod; Mr. and Mrs. Gowan and Mr. Harris, o; Easlnort. Idaho: v Mrs. Wolfe, Tort Steoie: .Mrs. llanley. Ki. Hnnley. A. Mellor a-.il wife, Marys- vii'ic; -Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Taylor and DREADNOUGHT PURCHASE AROUSES GREECE London, Jan. Greek Premier, Venizelos, is lo start an extensive foreign tour on Monday. The jourr.ey is sup- posed lo be connected witii the new situation in the Levant creat- ed by Turkey's purchase of the Brazilian dreadnought Rio de Jar., eiro, which gives the Ottoman Empire a great naval advantage over Greece. M. Venizelcs will first go to Rome, then to Paris and London. ttiat 'it lilM! ehenp.dolls.' Hampered by too licenses until a medical ex- dic.iats for a stipulates that I by physicians itialion. .Many that they will v icsls for this many clothes and never allowed to be natural. If. tliey are, Ihcy are 'nanch- j ly' or 'illbrcd.' "In Hnsbia, fortunately, we havo I come to that stage. 'A young sirl is .considered "something sacred, EOine- Ihir.g para and a. flower. j "iMik at Iho suffrasctU'p. Oil, 1 think they arc beasts. Voles for indeed." If this movement conlinues i am we Rliall iiavc o have three seses instead of two: ncn, women'and suffragctles.'' Kidneys TAKE A GLASED SALTS IF YOU HAVE DA CHE OR BLADDE ['ROUBLE Mo. il Conns ni r.trl ov or works t-fforts lo tiltti Itecular wterfi r knlnrys ocoisia in the or stn; ran Lctl, 5 on liavc rlip'-i iii cloudy cliaiinels you lo gol up t llic nlglil. To fiinl (his'li off tl: yboiit foin front any pli: f-pOOIlftll 111 '1 for disorders is mafle fioni kmon Julcf, lias iicen iiset nnd sllmnlaf stop Madder inoNpfinslvc: tlcllghlfiil cf drink, wlilcli tvoinen lake1 i wliic-li excile kidneys in thci :at must llnsh th Yon must n on icll'jvn >our 1 nclils, waste I feel a dull :.qion. sharp pains k lieaiUche. tongue in weallier 13 c IwingM. Tin1 I of sullmntil; UK- Irritated, origins ir three ILiuca dur- se Irrllallng urinons waste of .lad Haifa cy: a tablc- s of waler before days and yonr cl fine and This famous i MARVELLOUS INVENTION EX HtBITED AT BIOLOGICAL ANNUAL SESSION Annual Winter Clearance Sale of Seasonable Winter Goods to be Cleared at Once To make room for the enormous shipments of Spring Merchandise coming, we must im- mediately dispose of our entire slock of winter gonds. We hove, every-Conceiv- able line of seasonable merchandise and these we are sacrificing at prices that will set a new record in the history of sales in this cily. I t'o, Ltd- acid of grapes ani) ncil >vilh and sencrationa to clean Iggisli kidneys and jlion. .Ind Sails is iles.i nail makes 1-SLO.nt lillila-wnloi- lllons of men and Hid Uicn. (liiH iivnlil- and hlaililor y J. 11. Ilisiiiliolliam I'liilailclidiUi, An apnata- us by which blood may he removed, j cleansed ot impurities and returned llio system, and a coalrivanco by Uhich il can ho ilelcrmincd whether 'one Is snu'crini; from hunger or mere- ly lias an appetite, were UK; inventions deinonstralcd today liy members of Iho. Kcdrjralion of Amcri- jean Societies for KTpcriniental Itlolo- I py iti annnj! session hero. A dos was to Iho lilood j.urlfyinf apj-aralns, wlilrii was Iho rtFiilt of Iho work of UTS. .T. J. A'icl. HuAnlreo and II. H. Turner, of John IHopkln's University. Ur. Carlson, of jllic tiniversily of Chicago, illnslrated upon himself tho cillcicnry of llio hun- ger Ipsting machine, Sis own inven- tion. MAYOR CHARLES E. BLINN DEAD I Sl.inlirldgo. One., lire, Charles K. Ullnn dlcil here lasC nlpht folloirlng an nli.iik of Ho Is snrviicd by a one FOU and rbnehler. .Tin. fniif-ral u-ill Like pliieo Tliursilay. au'il ivlil he umle-r'lhc illtcctlon of the looal Mafonk loilse. liic following wimple iTonrhmidvuds of other woudurl'ul icki-d LADIES' ALL LEATHER BOOTS for.......... LADIES' FINE FELT BOOTS Regular 52.50 LADIES'TOP SKIRTS for everyday Regular for LADIES' RIBBED UNDERWEAR Regular 50o for LADIES' FLEECE LINED UNDER- WEAR Regular 75c for.......... EMBROIDERIES in all 4 5c lo loc, only....................... 51.45 75c .19c 39c MEN'S BOOTS of solid leather, strictly high class. Regular per pair J2 25 MEN'S FELT BOOTS in all styks. C pQ Regular J2.50 for <9 HEN'S OVERCOATS viilh fine rcversible_col_- lar. Regular price for...................... MEN'S PANTS of high mcril. Regular 52.00 for-............... MEN'S ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR AQfi Regular S1.00 for...................tWW MEN'S OVERALLS, roomy and sttong. Regular 75c for 89c 19c Music Lovcrs: iillcnlioii! Wo linvc M fii'sl duss I'. S. iind huiKlrctls of records for ssilo; price cf uloiio 6-lti.OO arc SiK'nlicin.u; il witli Iwo .doxcu rccovds. Yoiir sill Si'tmrnlc I'wurds (1 or 2 ininulc) ix-sj- iihiv Sou lo Goc, iiny out1 Alberta Trading Co. Wholesale and Retail Merchants 418 13th St. N. Lethbridge ;