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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-RIDAY, JANUARY 4^' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE SufferinjHtimanity Finds thatrelief mustbeff for the illswhich may come any day, -else suffering is pnged and thercisdangevthatgraver trouble will followlost serious sicknesses start in disorders of the organs �estion and elimination. Thebestcor-rcctive and preveqj.i" such cases, is acknowledged to be HAM* ILLS ^' remedy tones the stom:ich, r.timu-lates the sluggi^i^^'^'f regulates the inactive bowels. This standard h Taken whenevei spare you houiff general health resist disease, proved safe, cei ere is need, Beecham's Pills will suffering and so improve youi.-strength that you can better-d by time, Beecham's Pills have prompt, convenient and that they Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba Recognized-Bryce is Raised to Peerage Worth I Guinea a Box Pr.-pBred onIv#a:t of ;U! Dr. Cook liul), I'ad-:.e(ond |ier-i.'ad a!ready tlie tifter-llioii Ijtil; 5io 1 one or tlic vn aiul tried �l|:t llioy kept 11 lid even .lanted tiie ^nortli ijioie," f.vliere's tile :r\, too, be-|nil tlie nian-i'^irls liiit one cinvn't 'el)) ('(Xil.. Init lie y answered: eri'." Iniiral Peary aiiliir society |per week and jks in I^ondon es, that is, ii' engagement. SAYS lANGO DANCE SliPLY DISGUSTING ANNA PAVLOWA IN iVIONTREAL SCORES MODERN CUSTOMS IN HEARTY MANNER �Mihvaiikco, \Vi,=i., .'il,-A rn.sli lo evade the new lies niarria,s;e law, cfieetivr toni .", made today the bnesiest day ecnrd for tiie Milwatikcc eonntv iriai;e license clerks. .\t' (-losiiip;  Kdl licenses Jiaij been issued, ilie office was j so crowded willi icarits that it ' Mas decided to i licenses tnilil niidnii!;lil. j The new law re i a medical e.v- I nniinatidii of bol !)licanis for a I license to �cd. U stipulates that but S:i shall lie c.i d by idivsicians . for making tlie piiiiiation. .Many doctors have declfjthal they will not make the nee fiee. Acid in lat Clo V tests for this ^^""^^^ CAN CHANGE BLOOD TAKE a GLASSi salts IF you have b��,.che or bladdeI-rouble Meat forms uifeid, wliich excites Tind overworks i kidneys in their tdTorts to filtei-ifTom the system. Itegiihir eaters kidneys oceasidfr'- "i'"" must re- lieve lliein lit bowels; reniovi iind poison, elS' ery in the kidufesion, sharii pains ill the back or ness. your stoi coated, and wh you have rlieu| urine is cloudy, channels often To noiitraliiii lat must flush the ou relieve your 1 tile acids, waste u feel a dull mis- 'k headache, dizzi-soirrs, tongue is he weather is had [ic twinges. The 1 of seiliniRiif, the irritated, obliging .Montreal, Ue,-. 27.-"Tiio Tango is not, and never cam be a society dance. It is essentially a stage dance, and was creat(;d us such. I ersons were j in attendance, and the li.ghl fantastic j was kept up till about nix o'clock on I Ne*- Year's morning. The Rex or-"cheistTa of five pieces furnished the music, and their � splendid time was greatly appreciated by the dancers. The orchestra was seated under a canopy of evergreens tinteitiiersed with red. white and green electric lights, the colors of the order. Electrical signs beaTing the emblems of the two orders worked together, were displayed in colors at the front of the hall. Streamers ot bunting, red, white and green, were strim,g from the walls and the corners to the centre of the hall, and at intervals thereon were hung co'lored lights and Chinese lanterns. At the front of the hall, just beneath the gallery was an electric sign bearing the words "Happy New Year," As the cloclc tolled twelve all lights went out and this sign was turned on. An electric whistle was blown tor several minutes, while F'ioor Manager Knocke wished one and all a Uajjpy and prosperous New Yeac, Hajidsliaidi"^E contimued tor several minutes before the dance was proceeded with. Set around the walls were mirrors and evergreens. Four tables of delicacies wei'o set cii tlie stage and the first sitting for sup-|ier was at twelve, o'clock, and. the tiiiiiles 'were continually palrciiized till after three a.m., seventy-two persons being seated at a. time. .Among those present at the dance from outside points were:; .Mr. and .Mrs. 'I'oifer and daughter, .Mr. and Jlrs, Carlisle, :iliss Pear.soii, \V. Mc-Claren and Mr, Scliof.ield, of Feriiie; W. Baldwin, Swift Current: W. .Tohnstoii, l<]draonton: .\. .\. Brown. \V. .�Vllen, Herb Heard, Mr. and .'ifrs. .1. McTavish, Bull River; L. Uowd, .Medicine Hat; (,'bas, .'^'e, Wardncr: Miss McKee, Mr, Young, Elko; Colin Leitch, ,i .Cusli, .Air. Donaldson, .Mr. and Mrs. V. Bliss. .1. .McFadden, .:Mac-leod; .Mr. and Mrs. Gowaii and Jlr. Harris, of Eastport. Idaho; .Mrs. Wolfe, Fort Steele; Mrs. Hanley. Ed. Hnnley, A. .Mellor anul wife, Marys-vil'ie; -Mr. and .Mrs. Alex. Taylor and .Miss Taylor, Kimberley; .Mr. Fraser and wife, .\atal; Mr. ,lames and Mr. Bitter, iMarysville; ,(. Snndeen, E, Phillips, D, Foster, Wycliffe; R. .Mon-geau, .latlTay. The C. P. R. have shut down their shops from Wednesday noon last till Monday, .lanuary ."j. DREADNOUGHT PURCHASE AROUSES GREECE London, Jan. 2.-The Greek Premier, Eiutheriss Venlzelos, is to start an extensive foreign tour on Monday. The journey is supposed to be connected with the new situation in the Levant created by Turkey's purchase of the Brazilian dreadnought Rio de Janeiro, which gives the Ottoman Empire a great naval advantags over Greece. M. Venlzelos will first go to Rorne, then to Paris and London. MARVELLOUS INVENTION EXHIBITED AT BIOLOGICAL ANNUAL SESSION you to get nil tfjr three times during the night. se irritating acids and flush off tlMidy'.". urinous waste get about fonJncos of .lad Salts from any pliiacy; tyke a lable-spoonfiil Ui a |is ot water before hrealrtast for l^w days and your kidneys will tl disorders disarS'. This famous salt is made from lemon juice, cJhed with litljla, and has been used and stimulate] stop bladder iuexponslvc; kct fine and binddei- acid of grapes and Philadelphia, Dec. 30,-An apparatus by which blood may he removed, cleansed of impurities and returned to -Iho system, and a contrivaaice by which lit can be determined whether one is sufferiirg from hunger or merely has an appetite, were among the '. Inventions demonstrated today by members oif the Federation ot Anieri-1 can Societies for Experimental Biolo-I gy ini annui?! session here. A. dog was � used to ilhiHtratc the blood purifying apparatus, which was the result of tho work ot Drs. J. J. Abel, L. (V. KoAvntree and B. B. Turner, oC .iolui Hopkin's University. Dr. Carlson, of the University of Chicago, illustrated uiJon himsolS the elliciewcy of tho hunger testing machine, his own in\ en-tion. generations to clean igglsh kidneys and gation. .lad Salts Is Inless and makes a MAYOR CHARLES E. BLINN DEAD delightful ol|e8cent lithla-water drink, whUdi|llions of men and women take iwatul then, tliiis avoid Ing serious \my and bladder dis-puses. For .sig�y J. D. Higiiibolluim t. Co., Lid Staubridge, Que., Dec. 30.-.Mayor Chai-les E, Blinn, died here last night following an attat;k of appoploxy. He Is survived by a, widow, one son and one daughter, Tlui funeral will take place Tliuraduy, and will bo under the direction of the local .Masonic lodge. Annual Winter Clearance Sale $10,000 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 stock of winter goods. We have 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 city. Examine ilie J'ollowiiio; SiViHjile specials i)lclvetl up at raiuloui iTonrlmitdi'ed:^ of other equally wouderi'iil values. LADIES' ALL LEATHER BOOTS Regular $3.00 for........... LADIES' FINE FELT BOOTS Regular $2.50 .............. LADIES' TOP SKIRTS for everyday � Regular $2,00 for ................ LADIES' RIBBED UNDERWEAR Regular 50c for ................. LADIES' FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR Regular 75c for .......... EMBROIDERIES in all patterns.'regular 4^ 5c to 15c, only ....................... I C $1.45 $1.29 75c 19c 39c MEN'S BOOTS of solid leather, strictly high class. Regular $4.50 per pair $2 25 MEN'S FELT BOOTS in all styles. Regular $2,50 for .......... MEN'S OVERCOATS with fine reversible collar. Regular price $10,00 for...................... MEN'S PANTS of high merit. Regular $2.00 for ............... MEN'S ALL WOOL UNDERV^EAR ^AQm Regular $1.00 for...................*f MEN'S OVERALLS, roomy and strong, i| Regular 75c for ....................1 ww $1.29 versible col- $3.75 89c JMusic Lovers, al.tculion! Wo have a, hrsi class 1'. S. IMiouog'rapli. and hujidred.s of records Tor sale; regiihir price of plionograph alone $45.00 and Ave are saerilieing it with two clozeu records. Your choh'e, all for ^ly.r.l. Sepai'ale rtjcoi'ds (-i: or 2 luiiiute) regular o5c to 65c, any one lOc. Alberta Trading Co. Wholesale and Retail Merchants 418 13th St. N. Lethbridge 3514 7 ;