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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November THF, iron AMI 5 cuiiiu IOITIEII ntMtitn HI, The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Route to London on Ton Floating from Montreal: ROYAli OEOHGE OCT. 16 KOYAL BDWA11D NOV. I HOVAL CIEOHOK NOV. 10 Sailing' from Halifax ItOYAL EDWAKU NOV. 29 KOU.Y OBORQB J3. Rutw of P.iiuae: 1ST CLASS J92.60 UPWARDS 2ND CLASS 153.75 ft UPWARDS 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'clon f32.50 Further information from S. B. .Mitchell, Asont C.P.Ry; 11. City Ticket Ast., (1. N. Uy., or Trite to 17 1.AVTM A. 11. UA IB, AGENT, 272 MAIN STREET Tories Carry the local Seat (Continued from front ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS LAURENTIC MEGANTIC Feet" Long ftboul G7 Wide CLASS SERVICE manning them for their aid lny bring- mjf about u victory, and assured tht'in that unyUilnk Unit ho could do In tho jiuottiifts of the city wbllo R member or Hie provincial legiBlutiiro be iiono. Tho crowd then dispersed, urier giving three rousing cheers for .1110 victorious enmlldiite und nivjinber- Gleet. Vory little comment IH being made on tlio streets today concerning the remiit of Die election, moat yooplo considering the mutter iw of llttlo rofil consequence- on account of the met that tho present administration HUB nearly Imlf Ita term atin to com- pwto. Some speculation la being made regarding the yrobfiblo lino of proced- DISTRICT NEWS New. Dayton New Dayton, Oct. Birdie Wentheralt was tiio sliest ol Miss Doiii Wlltse on Tuesday ol tills week. .less McKay Is back from Seattlu, where he wont to visit his parents n couplo of weeks ago. Dr. F. A. Keillor, of Uayinund, was a visitor lo New Day ton Ou pro- fessional business ou Friday'of this week. Tho failure'ot the north-hound train to conve through on Monday night jrntlinr mixed matters. Several Piiss- engcrs were held up at New Day Ion. Win. putting the. heating pi: PERFECT PANACEA FOR RHE1ATI8M CURE THIS TROUBLE COKNKII, Ont. "Yonrreuiedy Fnut-n-tivesisa perfect jMnacea for Klieiimatism. For I distressing pains from Sciatic Rheumatism, being laid up r.evcral limes n year, iiid.not being; able to work at anything. I went to diflerent doctors who told me thcie was no use doing I anything; it would puss away. Fortunately, ubout two years f 1 got "I'niit-n-tives" and they cured me. Since then, I take them occasionally PREJUDICE WON TORT VICTORY Hon. Rudblphe Lemieux Criticises Father Vaugh- an's Sermons Oct. Ko- ilolphc l.cmieiix, Sir Wilfrid's riRlit liiiiid Mian in tlie province ol Quebec, imule his first speech since Sept. 21, tonight ut u meeting of the St. Louis i IJheral Club. After declaring the Liberals had at least carried six provinces out of nine the speaker said Win. I'aris, has the uunlract of and keep We'of pain. 1 nm satisfied iiint i" the thnt "Fruit-a-tives" cured m that it prejudice, not reasijn, e of Kheu- tbnt Imd won the day for the Conser- ng, lie ex pi ing naturally well pleased with the rastiu, and snM It was one of. tno cleanest 'election campalgne LARGEST, NEW. E8T' TfJNEST 'iem' He belicves lhat CANADIAN niattera. ol polttlcB will now be drop- TRADE Ped, and Uhat all will continue to 3 S lor "10 Inler88tl1 "'c S. R. CANADA j, p is one ur tne betrt known and moat popular The Larfjast and Fasttct Steamers l.'iurylng only one claes (11) of cabin passenger.. The best accommodations young men in UM city. Me always liati t moderate ratel. I ''wt IntsrepJta at tl.B- city at heart, 'nsurpQBaed thh'd-clasa on all steam-1 nil his personal interests being here. lie waa born at Brainpton. Ont., in REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS Liverpool p-ada ......................Nov. 4 ...................Nov. 11 eutonic Oet. 21, Nov. 18 Uurentlc............Oct. 28, Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS TEUTONIC Dec. 2. Dec. 9. Dec., 14. Reservations at classes now early. AMERICAN STAR LINE LEYLAND 8TAR LINE Sailings from Boston, New York and hilndelpbla to Qileenstown, Jjiver- ool, Plymouth, Cherbourg; outharopton, London, Dover and Ant- and Flnwt In the World OLYMPIC W. M. McLEOD, C. W. P. A. the year IS77, being now in the prlipe ot life. Uiitll tha age of 18 ho lived at home, attending tlfe public and high schools at Bruro.uton, where he secur- ed his early education. Coming west In 1S90, he went to Edmonton, where he lived for lome entering Trin- ity College, Toronto in 189S to study dentistry. AVhen call came for volunteers .Special niusic will he provided, and the new heating system will bo giv-; en its first trial. j Pruit-a-tivcs" keeps the whole [indiscreet, iinwiae and imprudent ser- systetn free of uric acid and will cure Rhcninatisni in every form. 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial size, 250. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivev Limited, Ottawa. Hani Cousins, father of C. T. Cous- ins, is very ill at Jas. Weathcralt's, cast of New Dayton. C. T. Cousins was out on Monday and reports that! Uie doctor has little hope for ins and Winona Moses fvleand inther's recovery. Dr. Scott, of War- ;vi7BSrs; Frod ami nor, is in at tendance. Cithers, Louis and Albeit Brand- New Uaytoii visitors to the Ladies', ley. Aid entertainment at New Stirling' W.m. Damon, who is running a plov were Mr. and Mrs. McCulloch, Miss mg outfit east of Stirling, visited town Morelniid, II. T. Mov- Monday; The ground is now frozen {fan, -T. -Hamilton, Win. tliat steam plowing is impossible, conihe, .John Mackay, Hudiiii Murrayj I'aiil Aioreland, Gco. Morcland. Several others tended going by train, but dis- i s' appointed by the wreck in the vicin ity of Warner. Ales Uunbar, 'J'he freeze up i-J th-a earliest In tho and ot' the .district ant! some pre- 'tict that.this weather wi'.l continue. jH seems hardly possible, however, work shall not DC done on New Dayton'was represented at the j ionlica Concert on Saturday night i to figbt the battles of the Empire on M ,InK- fL the vddt of South Africa. Dr. Stewart b> M" 'I land In Stirling district later tha {November 1. dropped his studies and joined the Strathcona Horae, part of the years 1300 -and IflOl the war, in Natal and .in -Mie Trans- vaal, His lerviceg for the-, country wens rewarded by the decoration of a Queen's medal with four clasps. Returning from South Africa, tbe MaJOT again took up his uating in 1002, and coming inimed- nntl Mrs. A. Muylianl and 0. C. i COALDALE Shrumm I Blue's hospital In Lethbridge. Ill at Mm. MoUoiiald.. Other passengers to the j Among those flttending the Nordi- city since last budget were Mrs. .C. ca concert in Lethbridge on -Saturday Kussol, Win. Luscombe, M- -J. War-'evening, were .Mr, Mitford and son, reu, Will Fetter, Kobt. Gammon and Carl Inglehart. Mr .and Mrs. "W. 13. Mitfoni, j Mr. and Mrs. H .A. Suggitt, Mr. and A meeting of the Ladies' Aid John Davidson, Jlrs. B. s. .Paw- cii'ty was held at the liome ol .Mrs. Bon aml Main St., WINNIPEG. "lately to Uthbrldge; where he started SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS Dr. McClure.. Slntia that thne he lias been one 'of Letli- On Salt Nov. 10 to Dot. 31, via. Mont- Portland, Halifax, Bmton, to within 5 monthl. LOCAL. AQtNTS JE.B.MItchcll, C.P.R.-H.Macbeth, Q.N.H. (EXCURSION RATES TO EUROPE On Salt Dally Nov. 10 to Dec. 31 I Reserve Berths Now for Christmas Ships It is never too early but aoma- I tlmeit too late to sncnre xood com mod at Ion on our nt earners. See your local agent or write for cora- detaib. J. S. CARTER, Agent 450 Main St., Winnipeg. KEEP OUT OF. GROUNDS Ottawa, Oct. no one be allowed'to writer the grounds bridge's foremost citizens, being: member of the school board, and also oflleer commanding the 25th Battery, a military unit to which ho gives a great deal of attention, and of whloh ne la very proud. Carter Sues for Damages (Continued from front page) that he would attempt to provy that a rake-off upon that occasion had I Deen secured by the plaintiff. That part of the cross-examination was discontinued. Henry Martin, eneck-welghman. Win. Phi'lli-ps H. Smith, miners, wera sworn and testified ns to Barclay's statements regarding pihs James Wood was on the when the reporter left the room. Several more witnesses will be examined on oehalf of the plaintiff, and the de- fence will havj several witnesses to fcxaiHfne 'before the case is" completed. Savcrf.-J miners have gone to work Ht th-s Coal Crcvak mlnea and are en- sagofl In cleaning up preparatory to going to work, but there is a little friction between those who are hold- ing oft until an agreement lists hewn signed, und those who have gone to work at once. No serious trouble, nowevor. Is expected. A. J. Mayiianl oh' .Saturday after- I u and family have mov. noon.' There were present: .Lothbrl'lBei ni Jack Shaw to Mahood, RiSinBer, Cress, Reid jWs near.Scveu Felons. passes Wiltscl, tie and Doru Wiltsel. It was duckled to home "of .the president. Mrs E B pay ?105 on the piano bought summer, leaving a balance of onlj'j The regular meeting of tJie Ladies' wil be cleared easily.; Aid was .held at of Mrs. and this by next summer. The instrument Davidson on Wednesday bought at a bargain, being the price, and is an elaborate piece oi furniture for so small a congregation, It, moreover, testified to the. activ- ity of the organisation that made the purchase. New Stirling noon. A land deal was closed up here last week, whereby B. S. Pawson acquir- ed the C. S. Crest farm, south-east of town.' inont'. of Father Vauglian. Father Vaughan's arraignment of Protestant- ism as a soulless religion had been peculiarly ill-timed. CRITICISED USE OF THANKSGIVING DAY Hamilton, Oct. the course of a sermon on national life Rev. E. A.. AiitcHell, of Knos Prcabytorian church that he thought the absurdity of the present observance of Thanks- giving Day should he brought to th'e attention of the government Un the eve of that great he jaid, "I think -the foolishness of send- ng men to sham fights and training tnem in the aid of warfare when men all the -.vorld over are praying for lieace, should be condemned by all. I am not saying anything against aham rights, but it is not right to make I'nanksglvlng a day of. sports." He also criticised the use of the word "Imperialism" by politicians. "There is too much thunder over imperialism. It is used too much as a catch word." ONTARIO VIEW OF THE DEFEAT THE Foot Toggery Felt Shoes Over Shoes Over Gaiters Rubbers and For Com Weather Can Be Had At W. J. Nelson Co. Toronto, Ont., Oct. untn the Iast few raonths, his dowat, in His address to the abilities marvellous, convention today undertook to ac- 'ount for ilic Inndslide that engulfed pursuing the labors of life farm from early morn until night, always with a cheerfulness and a will that makes An Laurier government, "Now, and. the holirs for ]abor secrn too shorti H. A. Susgitt has bought 2500 hend after the said he, "it is easy >f sheep to feed during the to sec that instead of siipposiiig'thafc IE the government hoiiie nt Otawa, M on special biiRlneRH. Formerly 'isitore were allowed to roam. the lirouiida but a special order has d against this ylnce tho new gov- T general Arrived. PHIL BOWYER 19 THE CREATE NEW CARDINALS London, Oct. is ofncinlljr an- nounced that the Pone will hold a consistory on November 27, at which eeventeen will be created. Among those to receive thy hat will be: Mgr. Archbishop of West- minster; two Americana; JIgr. Farley, Archbiahop of New York, r.nd Mgr.' O'Connel, Archblshap of Boston; four Frenchmen, Including Ametto, of Pnr- Rldgetown, Ont., Nov. is; two Auatrians, ono Spaniard, on'3 M. P. p, was unanimously i Dutchman and six Including lomluated yesterday lo contest Kast Blaletto, the Pope's major riomo. with G. A. Ferguson of Thames-! Kngland have a cardinal for the Illle. 'first timo since 100S. Stirling, Nov. Linda Oler returned from Coaldale on Saturday, wtnare she has been vlsltliir her amiV.-Wecltfl Mrs. Ovard. -Mrs. Allan Clawson is in town from loo hoir.csLoad district, the suost of Her mother, Mrs. Sam Clarke. A. 0stlund IB in from his homestead this week and la preparing to-dip his cattle. The dip a mile east of town will imcd. Mr. and Mrs. War. Hasten have conic back fp town the home- stead district, 10 miles east, and Mr. Ha si a n Is attempting the difficult task of lifting hi'3 potatoes. -Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nelson are in j winter. Quite a number of cars have been received here lately, affording some relief to those holding grain for ship- ment. Mm, Sam Showers arrived home on 'Thursday, after spending several- jour advantageous proposition had. on- ly to he offered to he readily accept- ed, we might better waited un- til a convinced farming community family lot, beside that of hia wife; asked for it. The fanners dcpu- tation had askerl for it, but, Tenuiorate ill .his habits, Ira wag a noble example for tue young nun of today. The body was shipped to Lake, Minnesota, to be buried in .ihe LUMBER MILLS BURNED Blind River, Ont., Oct. mills of the White Pine Lumber.Co., owned and operated_ by the J.W. Wella Lumber. Co. of Afejiominec, .Mich. burned today, IOSB ance FIELDING TO TRAVEL -Ottawa, Nov. is reported hert tnat B. B. Law, member for Yarmouth, nag offered to resign his seat in favor, of Hon. V. S. Fielding, birt it .is not Mrs. Flora the oldest rcsi-'iifcoly that the latter will accept, at; _ _.... _______ 'nnurnerahle larmcrs of dent jn Hover township, is dead. She ne Intends to travel in Europe for a Mrs. Showers' father and Ontario hart either never heard of. was 107 years of age. j year. Mr. and Mrs. have deputation until this campaign ramrned to their home in was commenced, or had thought itsj taking their granddaughter, Bernice, citorts were in the interests of wes- wl-th them. only." Winnie Hirtsctt will entertain at a 'party, on Tuesday ev- ening, at thu home of her sister, Mrs. C. S. Crest. FOUR PROTESTS IN ONTARIO Toronto, Oct. was SWEET VALLEY Swiaot Valley, Oct. Hunter nas returned to hfs nomeatoftd, iffcr 'oeing to Nramlon during; harvest. Rev. McComb wil give a magic'lan- tern entertainment on November tne last day for filing protests in the jat Sweet Valley school house, racent" Dominion Four topic or ecenoa of the -vl-awg ig The Crip _ in'! nomc of Mrs. Nelson's mother, Mrs. Hafdimand and West Kent. In China. Prlaes will be given for flraJ Ustlund. New Brunswick one or two protests j oest answers to the five Biblical rrom their visiting st the 8ellt5 were Norfolk, East j the Yanktaoklang river Strength lud prominent in Eddy's Self-Opening Paper Bags (known by the E at the top.) Quality counts in everything made at Hull, Canada, by Xels Nolson returned on SatutfJay- iirom a four days' drive In t.he district east of Stirling. Nels. Hoagonson has had two pigs lled by the train In the vicinity of iho elevator. PIga are particularly good stock this ysar and at this sea- son the loss is a heavy one. The price of two pigs Would buy a lot of feed, we bellove it woirSd be bettor eoonoiny to shut them up. While -John Peterson, Larson, for whom ho was working, to fix up ;i ruck, a bolt ficv: up and punctured his check. Dr. or was called And dressed the wound but found it unnecessary to put in c tllc hen. .M-3R Iloberifion, of the :'raIT at the public school, has hrv rfist-sr, a 'trained iniryd from Calgsrv, i visiting her last week ond. Miss Gleason, Jliss Robertson and -Miss Perkins were in on Saturday night at the concert, i They returned on a freight train on Sunday morning. i 'Among the Stirling visitors io the entertainment In the new town was uotice-ci Miss Louie Olcr, Winonti -MoHos and Messrs Wilfred BranAley. Seth Peterson, Jos. BrnntJIcy, Alhert and Schnfer. All report i navlng a Rood limp. The dialp.ct reel- of Mjiyor Voung of RariiioM'.! J lpd (he audienco and brought lorih roars of laughter. A number nt" f.ho tenchorn and olllc- of Iho Sunday schuo] attended union iinietlng at. Kaymond laat Sun-! ilrty afternoon cunirlbtitetl their; part toward iwi'Vlco. Thty aro an were filed but it was decided later to drop tliera. PERFECTfOM COCOA Is good for GroTrinf Girls and and thuy like it. It nourtthcs ihcir iitllc bodies and healthy and Cocoa, nc ynu jcl i; yoir grocci, is ibsohitfij" pure. Its acliciou) llavof Is cblBiuud liy the use cf of Cocut Iwacj, Ll-rndtd. .dclfd lo Imptir the Unldinj propertie: of Do Yon Use Cowsn'i Cocoi? he has given. A .collection will DC -taken expressly for the miss'oiiar- les In China. Mr. Rtinicke lias threehed. The yield of onts was (17 bushels, and (he Wheat ii of excellent qmi'iity. j A number of the on throsh- iuig rigs have come home for a few j owing to the snow stopping the: I thrashing. i I Clyde Holden and C .O. Pntrlck i were over from Champion this w-seh. "J'hey at I3nughraan'e, i itnd' drove Mr. Patrick's cutrle homo' the next day. i Mr. und Mrs. KeHoEK tit' Cham-j pion on buslnvfls. Mr. Woji'EijiP'g mrifln n trip to town i Tor iiimber lo finish his hcuao for win-: :lcr- Mr. i-- treating his bnlld- inga'to n con! of paint. Removing Coil Grate r Iniertinj Wood Grate SUNDIAL'S OLDEST CITIZEN PASSE AWAY Died of htniorrhagn, resulting from >ancer of the stom.ich, at 12 o'clock B..m., on October 24, Mr. Severt Hen- son, father of Mrs. C. K. Kngen. and tbo oldest citizen nnd mi'ifest pioneer or this country. Mr. Hanson was of iVorwofiian birth to Am- erica JnMSSl, Inking un residence In toe State of Mlnne-30ln, he rc- firled until his removal to In llidfi, HI. which1 time he eoteruil a qnar- ror section of land nt Sundial, and later, nium tho opening of pre-emp- loiift look up an additional quarter SRRllOH. Mr. Hanson, nltliough in his 7Pr.h year ML tta: of bis death, Yon Can Change Grates For Coal or in a Jiff y without tools, without trouble. The coal-grate slips out of :i Sask-Alta Steel Range 'with ease and the wood grate slides in as readily. The McClary patented Duplex grates 'hive 'short strong teeth that crush clinkers. They cannot "slick." You' can dump the ashes in one end of Iho fire-box if half the lire goes out, because the twin grates opcrale independently of each other. Inverted, they are used for burning wood temporarily. 1 Sask-Alta rncins better baking and cooking results with less coal and less work. The nearest McUury agent will gladly show you why you'll be delighted with it. .Write Ihe nearest McClary branch for the Sask-Alta booklet before you part with your range money. M Honlrell, Vaicomr, Join, U.S., lUmill.., Ulpff 1'or Sale by "Stafford- Agncw Co.'- ;