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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page? Picture Butte. Nov. BJtter lea school district church aro Kivlut i concon ou Friday tttxl. November in pld ot liie organ fuiiJ. Tho will be euUrcljr local, and a good at leudacce It hoped lor tojwell tho funds. Mre. T. B. Kano gave a reception tc Ite ladies of dlalrlcl OD rtay last In honor ot her dauxliler. H.'lliuison, of Swool Crass, Mont. ThU MS a very successful affair. Uit L-ii9iit> had a thoroughly cnJojaWo elternoon, anJ tlie hostess1 laucheou was excellent. The roids loading down the coulees to Xobus1 Bridge iro fast aprroacli 1-E completion, nnd when fully grucJet Ml! be a vast improvement ou the old apvroaches. Wheat has rlKn in price the las fiaru in October, (o the great Joy ot hcii-'-tteader, but fell on November 1. It IE hoped 11 will not fall any more. purvey is fcelng tun throush this iliFlrlcl by Ihe Dominion Irrigation de- liariment. starting from the Plesan vc'ervc just below Brocket, and em- Ijrnclos tto entire country from Jlcc- to LcU-Aridse, theuce to Sun- illil up to Carmangtty.anJ across to TITE T.F.tnRRIDGK HERALD PUINCESS AND PRINCB ARTHUR OF CONNAUGHT QUEBEC MEN RETURN TO WORK AT A DECREASED A GENERAL STRIKE LATER Tuesday. November Making Irrigation Survey North of the Belly River Maclccd. If this comes Into being in -o years or to', the struggling borne leader will be aa.wcll olt his more forluualo broiher on the C. P. H. s AB one prominent farmer o'-iu.-eES- a WniEelf: "Get-tho watsr. and wo start dairy farming arid hav" present this Is linixjEslblc, as'lhe weal haH of township 11, range 1S waterless, also lb.0 whole ofll-21 and 10-21 and (art o[ 9-S1. AH water lias to bo hauled from one to live miles, and it keeps a man busy haul- Ing tanks ot for his horses, to ho cannot haul for slock as well trow grain. Ha compelled to re- main an exclusive grain farmer until the ditch appears, Hallowe'en nlgbt was celebrated In tho usual fashion In this district, bug- gies being carried off a mile or so. vhcele oft mason's, etc. We trust tho pound law this season, as too inanjr cat- tlo and lorEeB arc allowed li wander along tlie roads, breaking. Into absent homesteaders' feed Btacie. etc., vrhen Iho owners are tor .Ihj wider enrntog a Blake, for the cbmlnfi year. Generally Ihe weaUliler inemtas ol the cominutiHy 'and nelshbcmng ranchers aro the chief offenders. at Raymond Ilayinond. Nov. 3.-The quarters' coMf'-en'ce ot tlio Taylor stake will be heia liere nest Saturday and Sui- day, four sessions being two (acll day. Tho Relief society will hold Its reg- ular conference ou Friday. While. 11 Is not definitely known. It is very pro- that some ot the twrtve apostles will bs- in Salt Lake, and if the wenthar Is favorable largi aro suro to be present-from nil parts ot the italic. Roughly spcafc ir.g liie geographical.limits ot the Tay lor staka may bs placed at Magrath on tho west. Lethbridge on the north Medicine. Hat on-the east and the in le-rnntloual boundary on the south This' comprises .an Immense- area, bu delegates aro expected from all por ot the territory, as reports ar called for dealing with the condition In the outlying districts. Tho must (or tho conference "will be furnished liy the combined Raymond choirs, un- der the leadership ot Mr. James Walk- Prcsldenl Bramwell spenftha week end In There on Sunday care ar, educational address before n large An announcement that will be hailed -with delight by Eaymond public s that of the appearance In the K. A. uditorium on Noveinbar-21.-of Dr. professor, of classics In Alberta university. The doctor is. a roan., and Ills lect'jre on ''The Greek tbe of the Greek to Us." -will umlouoltdly be Interesting and instructive, reveal ng as it will the glorl-js ot a once marvellous clvilliallon. Social Items Several parties were held In Ma on Hallowe'en. Mrs. James QurtfC, Qw-. 3.-Thete will be no strike in the shoe tartorits here at present. I All tat employees returned to work i this morning, thoujh their employers 1 do not recognize the lab'or unions any longer, add though tie salaries o! the. will be cut in many instances i Irom 5 to 20 per cent. The officials of the shoemakers' syndicates declare that thty will try to settle the dis- pute without injuring the local tradf, anil the manufacturers hastily con- clude that Ihey have won the battle. It is rumored that t'r.c members o! the local umoas do not consider the irtseiit time prefer for a general trike, but that they will wait till irders are pouring into the offices ol ihe manufacturers to submit lliclr ultimatum. II such is their plan, the question is adjourned until January 131-1. Yes, they are neat! ____L y __ i 7 KORLEY NOT TO RUN AGAIN. Victoria, Xov. 2. Mayor .Morley tas announced'that woald not be a candidate for re-ckctlon. knew wat ose ias them. You should retain their sh a pel! ness-set snug to foot and limb and war longer than hose. is nude for men., women anil children, in Penmans Limited, Paris, Can. Undtnvtar ught, falhtr of the prince. '-r Mlnnlon entertained most pleassntb the Presbyterian Adult Bible class a Hie ranch, while the outstanding fo- clal funclion' In town was the hous parly -Iven by Jliss Margaret Watson to members of the Jlagrath club an their friends. The parlor was allrac was it oted with all-''sorts of unearthl shapes, but In spite of. this a rlsn jolly time was iad. Among the ou ot town guests was Mis? Dowselt o Lcthbridge, guest ot 3! s Avllda Orcene for, a few days. Ills proved h era elf a, most accoi lillahad hostess, and .was warmly co gratulated on parly. the success h C After More Dominion Aid The prus-mco Northern common stoc Mann. of and thus becoming .-a Oltawa, Oct. 23. Sir Donald Mann. the Canadian Northern Railway, here all lliis weok is responsible for a statement emaneUng trom source! close to the Government, to the effect that -the Canadian Northern will, ear- ly In the coming session of Parlia- ment in January, esU tie Dominion Government for a guarantee of, Can- adian Northern bonds to the extent ol The desired object o! this Is to facilitate further financ- ing neceesary for the completion of the Canadian Northern transconti- line. Sir Donald Mann, when was asked about thii, would nelth, Pr confirm r.or'deny ,the statement, which Is believed to be substantially irae. Government a Stockholder. Cash subsidies to the extent were granted Parlla menl to the Canadian Northern laa Juno, Ihe Dominion Government in consideration of tliesc subsidies tak Ing at the same time OTICE OF REQUEST SION OF SEVERAL CHARTERS V Ollaw'a, Oct. 31-The.C. P. iven nolle? ttat It will apnly to the Parliament of Canada at. Its next ses Ion for an act extending the has CANADIAN TALKS ABOUT THIS COUNTRY'S EXPERIENCE WITH SELF-GOVERN- ING PROVINCES We handle a full line of Victrolas and up-to-date Records-eall and hear them R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweller Established 1898 Nov. 3.-Un.ler the-head- ing "A Canadian view oi Home in the Review sr s. ii. H. aves bases beieral to or Ion for an act estenumB KMK. within which it may construct the, puljllih oilowlng lines of J _, Graves Froih at or near HarwaraenMo -a.; Premie enterprise. It has long been.assiim that' tho Canadian Northern would come to Parliament again for- more help and it !s said the company s managers having this In view, shrewd- y strengthened their case iy getting Dominion of Canada In the con- ern aE a, stockholder, to the il It in understood that ono of the arguments In support of the next re- lor help will be that tho Do- minion being an important stockhold et. a Biraranteo of Canadian NorthernAonds to the ex- tent of cannot afford to ig- nore a request tor lU further juaran- teo of new bonds on new and expens- ive construction renulred to compute system. When Kidneys Start Acning TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS IF BACK HURTS OR BLADDER BOTHERS third great transcontinental 'iTl'" expected that conBlderable op- position will he advanced against the proposal for further _ Dominion aid, and that the Government may find H almost as' 'grant as to re- Last, year tho subsidy only succeed- ed In passing in the facn of the stub- bcrn detorminati6n of the opposiUon to make It'subject lo. safeguarding amendments and conditions. There was also some insurgency in the Gov- ernment's own ranks, wh'.cn was.wltti restrained from breaking near naitieioiu, ii1 Saskatchewan; from a point at or near irrlcana lo a point in townsWp'SJ) or 21 In the province of Alberta; from Killam to Strathcona, AlberU.'and for other purfrosea. -.1- Tl-o, Manitoba an3 Northwestern Railw'ay Company will act extending the time It may construct the lines ol railway: From Theodore .Junction with its Russell branch, In township 20 or 21, range 28'. from foint where Shoal river entera take WlnnipeEOSts: from or Theo- dore' Junction, with Pheasant Hills branch of the C.P.R., between Qovan and Lanlgan and for other HEAL ESTATE DEALER 01VES TO eicell in this business'.', comments :ol.. Graves. He declares that, the guarantees on behalf of the minority Pn' the Jlanitoba schools question fail- ed from Hist to last. Helming lo the. Homan Catholic, church In Que- bec, where the situation is exactly reversed, Col. Graves', remarks. '.'I regret to say, that the hier- archy lets slip liO opportunity of ren d'ering the lite of the Protestant br- roer'as tbat ol a toad under the harrow. The .Homan churcl In Qiif.bec is now 'a law unto htrsell Viclw-VletroU TS XI Saskatoon, Nov. a prominent real eslate rn atoon, bas donated 55.000 tpward l of Sask Y. M. C. A. buil ing in in; a R, C. HOSPITAL OPENED. Saskatoon, Nov. new EL Paul's Roman Catb'ollc hospital was opened today by Bi5n0p Matzleu, In the presence of. a large numcer of pro- minent local men. It Is estimated thrj new building has cost most of which is being raised by pri- vate subscription. dlfflcully forth. Wiion you wake up wilh backache dn.1 dull misery in Ihe Sidney region it generally means you havo been cat- me loo much moat, snys a well-known authority. Meat forms iirlo add which ovcrwortB tho klunoys In their effort to filter It from the blood and they sort of paralyzed and Ingey. When yrinr kidneys get slug- ulsh and clog you must relieve them, like, you relieve your bowels; remov- ing nil Ihe body's urinous waste, else 5011 Imvo backache, sick headache, illzzy your stomach sours, ton- mio is coaled and when the weather is had.j-ou have rheumatic. twinges. The urine Is cloudy, full ot sediment channels ottcn get cote, water tcnlds nml you nre obliged to seek relief twn or three times during the night. Kither' consult a good reliable phy- In fine condition, be- ing very fat and having beautiful white plumage. .It It very species of Wrd it ttsn In.On- tario, lt> chief haunti being In Mltiisslpp! Vallsy and the Atlantic coaif..... Heating Cooking lighting The SouthernPlumbing and Co. have the'exclusive sale for the latest new Viinmce With this burn- :or we guarantee to with coal. lie-model yqifi Furrjace. It will cost you nothing fqr ft dcirtonstra- lion. FREE The Southern Plumbing and Fitting Company COOPER AND DIDOES PHONE 1216 712 THIRD AVE. SOUTH The Victrola removes all the trouble and rrtakeg dancing pure pleasure. And other music is never so pleasant as when played in your own home by the Vidrola. Ask Your Friends Who Own Them Gill on any "His Master's Voice" dealer in any city in he wil. gladly play any music you wish to hear. Ask for OUT 300-page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 5000 Victor recoids. Victors and Viclro'as cost from to are sold on easy payments (as low as week) il desired. Ten inch Doub'.e-Sirjed Vicloi records aie 90c for the two selections. Berliner Gram-o-plione Co, Limited MONTREAL Dealers Everywhere TUMIVTKOT It's time to think of Christmas presents again1- Remember the Vicftrola and this Trade Mark m- Mason Risch, St. S.. Block 17 ;