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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pnge 7 tod Entirely To Taking "Fruit-a-tim" "For the lust twelve yean, 1900 I had North Side Will Place a Man In the Field {Continued From Front Page) painful of I could j cat digest my food ami everything caused the lucwt agonuing paia in lay stomach. I also bad a fearful attack vf Coast ipalioii and at t Suits, 1 had DO uiovemcut of Ihe bowels for two weelts. doctors atleudtd uie for two Ttars and gave ine all kinds of medicine tut did. me 110 good. My. weight came political standing. We on the north side have 5CJ cent, of tlie popula- tion ol the city now. We are not the tail end ol the city any longer, aiil sbould not continue to act as ii were. Let us wait and pick tbree men from those nominated and sup- port them, but 1 am entirely oppos- ed to the association putlilig a man in tic field just to get a North Letli- biidge man on the commission'." Aid. Lovering concurred. He thought as soou u I began to Ute them, I feU better. I persisted In the treatment and to tuy great joy, I steadily improved. Now I .fcsl. very, veil, weigh 115 pounds, and LhU is more than I ever weighed evea before my ill new, I attribute, oiy cure solely and.entirely to ''Fruit-a-ttves" end can never praise tbem too much for saving my life. To men Tvho started the said, "had GO inteatioa ot dictating. They fell U was no time for parish thai what was wanted was to. get tl-e possible 'men in sight fa the field ami give'ihcra support that would elect lie didn'i think any had iigced the list ai regretted his action ID doing so. Similar "sentiments were expressed by A. Johnston and J. Gilmere, Iiad also takeu part in the 'move- ment.' Mr. amended his motion that the cuu Dominated ,ly the association need not necessarily stand for the mayoralty. HIT. XAIL OS HEAD J. Haul ay "Is it the iatoulton of the niati moved thai motion that the homiiice must he a resident of all who suffer front Dyspepsia and Cons- tipation, I recommend "Fruit-a-1" ti a remedy ;hing in and in the gome, and liopt'd N'prtli Lcthbrldge would not mate a similar.mistake. Mr. Simmons H v.c have a man let us put him up. Doc. hovering has no right to come over Lere and tell us MC have no tight, to put a man in 'the field for fear TVC should antagori- IK people ol South North Lellibridge Answer Yes. Mr. Barclay "Then, by Hivens, I won't suppoil you. This slaited a train of rtient which resulted in a motiou by Messrs. Ross and Matt, "that we iiomiuale a tuau fur OLC of the, com- rnissioneiships, hut not necessarily jjorth sidet." -lives" I Louis .Moore v.-as against putting a JUDGE TO BE TRIED FOR MISAPPROPRIATION Vancouver, 3. C., Nov. Judge IB now on his way from Ottawa, and will arrive on Thursday In this city. He will try the against Judge Clement ;at the flrrt ilittng of the'Domtn- Ion Exchequer court. The caie against Judge Clement is for charging expenses between here artd Grand Forks, whtn, as it Is alleged, he had not Incurred any expenditure. men in the city were in favor ot Mayor llaitfle.' He thought there were better men in the city for the position than any yet announced. II one ol them came out he would bo willing to withdraw, aaJ throw !a his support [or that man. TO WHOM 110KS HB UKFKR "I have a be continued, L' I can hardly why I am getting into this fight. Some ol the other TI.e amer.dment carried by a small '.men" running have no jobs. If. they majority- [are defeated they will have to go ard WON'T NOMINATE YET AWH1LK It was then pointed out that no be made until tlic for tbern." James Uarclay to why the council was so hasty MRS. ANDREW STAFFORD. 6 for J'.50, Irial ioar.didatcs already in tlie Held were malting Chief Skelton's appointment. At deal e rt ot from Otlawi DR. COOK GOING INTO VAUDEVILLE. Famed Explorer'Will Live Through Adventures Again In Play Houses. Xew 'York, Nov. Frederick, A. Cook, who, some say. did not cover tlie Js'orlh Pole, Is going oa the fcl.iSC. Tho famed explorer, gum-drop pcrtf jiotar specialist ..'and quondam rrltnd of the late King of Denmark is soing into popular vaudeville, and tas Siren booked to-appear for a limited (iiRagement of six days at two local i a-Jdcvjile Louses. Whether or not Dr. Cook will de- liver a popular monologue has not Is said he has many marvellous things lo tell ot Arc- tic planting flags-on unaur- moiintable etc. WILLOW RIVER INTERIOR BRITISH COLUMBIA'S (uture MAN'UFACTURI.NS and COM- Capital, offers unrivalled opportunities 'for luoney making IX- apnorldntlifB for money making IN-1 VESTMENTS. BUSINESS, and; HOMES: "Located on the PHASER. Mid WILLOW GRAND' TRUNK PACIFIC, PACIFIC AND HUDSON' DAY and otbcr railroads in the centra of a RICH FARM- ING AND TIMBER DISTRICT, tlic natural supply point for the WON- DBRFUL PEACE RIVER COUKTRV, and the RICH 'CARIBOO" MINING j DISTRICT, Insures the (uture of WIL- LOW RIVER.' Write now, today, for free maps, PACIFIC LAND TOWNSHIPS CO. LIMITED. 302 Richards Street, Vancouver, C. Agents Wanted in the field. lie thought the ;slate already announced the best in as OI1C o! be the He knew of a petition for another .sight at present, to effect'man larger than the vetilion lor In- I (fordon Moss tho'jgut all Ihe sec-j Was carried. specter Skelton, aHlmujli he was sat- ItonQl leciing had been created by I The fun ol the evening started light lisficd that Mr. Skellon was a good the business men ol the south side, j there. The main business having been and able man for the position. Hut For bis part he thought tbrre men disposed of, the audience wanted to why 'should. AM. Levering dtcry tbc could be in North Lethbridge a little campaign revis- business men's slate when he was so just as capable of filling the rosi-ied aod edited by '.the candidates pres- hasty in acting on the suggestion o! lions as the three already named asjcnt. A show o'f hands elicited the those very same business men in aP- a slate. linforraalici'that Messrs. I.ovfring. pointing Mr. Skcltoa as chief? UEKEN'US HIS ACTION- [Pearson and King were in the hall. Aid. that'hehad Dr Thomson as one ol the men tor a chance to get their feet told Mr. Gillespie' a week before the who signed the petition favoring they were allowed to do matter was considered that the ap- Messrs Hardie, Urace and Hcid Jin-fifteen minute shifts, poihimcnl might be made any day plained his reason for doing so. "The I JIB. PEARSON SPEAKS warned him to get his applica- Vcrnoii Pearson spote briefly, slat- tlon into the hands of the council ing his qualifications and esperJMce without delay, lor Hie posilion o! public works com- king Did you hslievo the missioscrship. He claimed both business men when they appeared be- practical and technical training, but fore the council and told you we bad laid special stress on his fitness- to a clean city' grapple with the waterworks prob- ALD. LQVETliN'G'S TIP 1cm which, he would .be the Levering': I didn't pay a hit ol burning question for the next three tention to what they said. I know years. He slated the action o! the that the city is clearer than it was ineis men in pledging themselves a year ago." With the right kind of to a slate before knowing who were men at the head ol afiafrs year to be in the field. He thought it It may be made still cleaiicr. unwise and autocratic rather .than you take I .know some ol the democratic. He promised to appear _men oa the council, and I know some before them afanoth'er meeting and 'of the men running for office again, make his whole position clear. j They; have not the backbone tLcy he wanted was a chance to b'e heard 'appear to have. You may not bare and then that the electors choose clean city next year ii they best man. elected: BX-ALD. KINO IN FOKM BLAMED THt5 REPORTER Ex.Ald. King ivas next; He was in Hqhcrt XiirirrionsT Was the publisb- magnificcnl form, to. say the least.' Report rlght'when it said you He spoke with his dy-'.votcil to pay f400 more for'the lia- namic pleased the crow'd by bllity insurance to'get even with Aid. getting alter- past He charged that money bad'been paid.i, -Aid: Lqvering 'did not'ceiiy making to" do work twice over the city; _the statement; 'but admitted be that the city council during h'is 'neret have said the pres- reign had never forced. Secretary- fnce of a reporter .''They always add Treasurer Robinson lo tender him. i about ten times more.' an apology for calling him a p'T11? meeting.was a good one lor so liar and a fool, and that in the campaign, and (here is Doa'c leaner ud genai va yc-a of vnth aa uxaituy ftatlta dudcx ot O oil tKIt Mcidefi Aettc Unlc of tbe oiL Tleu jiut H-ipc off you piaao.cKta.pulot -any Every of a., NOT. 1. On a scrap'of yeHow. paper John Khea Bar- ton. Willing, brother of Mrs. Xva Wili- ng Astor, wTote In lead pencil his will; disposing of an estate valued at 000 and 'upward. The testament fs one of the oddest ever entered In the gister of, Wills office. Mr. Willing who forsook the gay- eftes of Society to travel abroad in search of violins and old masters, died of diphtheria in the Jefferson hospital last rnontb. He was a bachelor and occupied the old Willing mansion In South Hroad afreet One of tbo features of the will is a bequest of to Vincent Astor, bis nephew. Ths bulk of his estate, which is bcld in trust, is divided between >lre. Aetpr and Mrs. Susan R. W. Law rence, another Bister. ,Tho will inaliea no mention of a valuablB collection of portraits and other art works, which are among the treasures accumulated Dy Mr.. Willing South Broad street house. For many years Willing made a close study of violins. An accomplish ed musician himself, he made the ac- quaintance and held the friendship of many'of the foremost artlEts h'ere and abroad. lie made a collection of vio- lins which is said to include some of the finest Instruments in existence. The last clauEo in the alii read: "1 wipe out all Indrtlednesa of monev loaned to friends." Robert Moore was elected president ol tlic new Uorden Club at Guelph. JANE ADDAHS CAUSES ARREST OF ANNOYER Chicago. Xov. was receiv- ed at the Hull House today of the ar- rest in New Orleans 'of Henry Ltun- ker, who, for tvo years, It is charged, has written-annoying letters to Miss Addaras. _ fVEW ROADS AND TRAILS.. Victoria, Nov. million dol- lars have been spent this year in Hritish Columbia" in building new roads and trails., The most notable achievement was the progress made on thj BanB-Windermere motor road. FOR RENT Improved, 122 acres Irrigated land, almost adjoining the City Limits, aooul 30 acres In alfalfa. Part of It fenced for hogs, fair bullJlngs, plenty of water. This .farm Is adapted for. dairying, raising and truck gardening, will rent fully equipped, with horses and machinery, or without' liorscs and machinery. Ono who under- stands and can follow this class of fanning, can make oig money on [his farm. FOR 60 head of shoals from 2 lo 4 months old. She-.? Oats cut for feed, also timothy and alfalfa hay delivered in the city on short notice. Automobile in good condition, for sale or escbange. Farm land and City properly-.for sale or exchange, WW y-l X71VT BALMORAU PHONE1425 H. GALV1IN BLOCK, CITY Natural Resources Security Company, Limited, stands. sponsor for the new city of HUBERT. Back of its develop ment is the same organization, the same management, the: same systematic development, the same, liberal advertising that placed FORT GEORGE on the map and kept it 1 -located in the heart of the Bulkley Valley, Central British Columbia, at the widest the main line of the Grand i' Trunk centre of a large and proven agricultural district delightful climate natural trading centre for ah ex- tensive mineralized district, HUBERT jto become one of the important cities of thait rich section. MAPS, PLANS AND PHOTOGRAPHS on application. To get tW write of call At Agents wanted eyerywhere. Head office; 624 Vnncouver Block, C. ;