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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November THE LKTHBKI DAILY HERALD 5 Mis, II VON RUBEN Of LYNDON, KY. Recommends Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound for Backache; Nervous- ness, Lyndon, have been taking J ,yili a E. I'infcfa am's Vegetable Coin J for pains, bac5; ache, r.cxvoUaKessnr.j a general run .town con- dition of the system, and am enlm-ly re- lieved of those troubles. 1 rcfotmneud vour remedies to my friends and i--orj OCTOBER STANDING OF THE HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS 'I'ljc following tables give the standIUK of ii'iuils in forms at the ItigTi School for the jnoutli of October: GRAPE IX. AND OOTOBLR 1913 llallautyiie. M......... Hrewrink, C.- Brown. Donaldson, II. 20- 20 20 oo- u oi- 27 50 63 40 59 M 50 you iiennission to publish what 1 write.' 11. Vox RODEN, Lyndon, Ky. a woman like Mrs. Von Rodeo Foster, 51. Oilmsr, A. is generous enough to write such a lei- Uordou, M. tar KJ the above for publication, she tJiIer, K................. should fit least be pven credit for a sin- Hagell, P. Jl, _ for we assure you there is no other tea-: I', tun why fhe should courtsucli publicity, i j'j' C'niiailliin-Woman's Mason; K.......'... M. child left me a wreck with terrible weak Olson, I. spells, but 1 am glad to tell you that I do ,1 fiQ not have those weak syu-1 spells and 1 feel like' anew woman sinca Sniilres, X. taking Lydia E. siiiii, 'l........... Pinkham's Vegeta- Smith, L. ble Compound, lam '.V-aslibtook, A'. '.___ now-well and slronK Williams. O. and can do my own Voutig, K........... h'ousework. 1 do Voung, L. riot take medicine of Vonnj. M. any kind. H was "ascadcn, j.. 84 94- W. lerton, C. A. Hamilton, li. I.ydh E. Pinkham's Vegetable Con-.- IKMiKl tlmt restored me to HUBERT FAIROAIHK, T2 I'erent Avenue, Windsor, Ontario. If you Yraul special adilce wrilc to Homo. t. I.yi'.i.i K. riiikham Medicine Co. (confl- K. iloiiliali l.ynn, JInss. Vour Idler, trill br ojivued, n-a'J Btid answered by a Ionian aud held In strict coufideace. 10 40 45 10 35 15 '15 25 '0 14 3S 74 45 40 03 54 10 42 17 ,10. 44 23 4G C9 60 56 51 4S M 39 II 40 40 10 J! 4J 31 K II 77 CO 21 37 77 G2 53 38 yi> 55 44 48 SS C3 29 32 34' 40 74 C2 01 4C 10" McKay, J................... Jiross, M...............'.... Average.............. 73 47 CRAOE X. AND OCTOBER DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPALI- TIES WANTS IT FOR RE- BE VAL- UABLE INFORMATION S 3i; 23 40 Doauell. F. 2S Cameron. U. 12 I I Ifllcbeil, C. 35 i Tarry, C...... 1S field, A....... i Itube-itiuii, A. S Vasc-lenak, M. Dunham. A. P. c _: Standing CO C7 05 4G 21 54 33 S5 100 32 04 H5 52 S3 -17 44 76 44 GO S9 EAT LESS IF KIDNEYS HURT TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS WHEN BACK IS ACHING OR BLADDER BOTHERS The American men and women must guard constantly as.tinsl Kidney tro'ible, because we eat too much otiti all our tooi) Is ricu. Our blood ia fill- cil wild uric acid which the Kidneys strive to filter o'Jt, they weaken from sluggish; the clinv inative tissues clog and the result is kidney (rouble, bladder weakness and it general decline in health. When your kidneys reel like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine is cloudy, full of setlhnent.or you are to' seek relief or three times during the night; 1C you suffer sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or you. have rheumatism wlicn the weather is bad Eel from yonr ]iharrnacist about four ouuces of Jad Salts; take a tahle- in. a jglass of 'writer before Lrcakfcst for a few days and your Sidneys will then act fine. This fara- oua E.ilta'ia made from the acid of crafts and lemon juice, combined ilh lilhia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate kidneys; to neutralize the in Hie urine so it no longer is a fonrc? of irritation, thus ending disorders. Jad Salta is inexpensive, cannot in- jure, makes a delightful effervescent beverage, and belong. In cvtry home, because nobody can luake a mistake by .having a kidney flushing any time. .1. D. lllg- Ir.tctham Co., Ltd., druggists. McLennan, L....... NTelsou, H.......... Held, S........: Hlchards. H............. llobtson, M.............. 40 Slaker, K. Skelth. M.............. Webster, 10 23 C2 73 10 100 20 51 20 52 5 K lo 40 20 OS 10 40 S4 100 7c so 45 Cl 40 S3 59 38 Kaake. H. Kc-rr, A........ A. Marrs, II....... Mcl'liee. K..... Jl. McCormack, N. Virtue. K....... Uaina. A. KIM me, M. I Green, V. Watfun, T. S7 40 23 r., n' I requiring Information re-spc 5-< oPPuHuuities lur setr.ciucr.l and GRADE X. COMMERCIAL 51 51 4! 59 -73 50 59 50 40 58 M Kdmunton, Alia., Nov. Al- berta ol municipalities is. collecting itiforiiiation regarding tin.' I towns (if ll.f province which will Lc of historic inU-reH to insure citi-1 of AlltJU and which will be 1 available for new settlers and iines- d ia- vestmcnt in the frounce, the 24 information t.ow hciuei prepared re- Ig Males only to tiif towns, similar in- 1 i formation will Lc obtained regarding S I the cities anil the villages. 3 j What the asking for, is just a statement in cohl fnct of the condition of towns, respecting re- ;j sources, their financial standing, and (resources of surrounding territory in lO regard lo grain, live stock or 5 Hallways, population, etc. All the reports are to be made out in dupli- cale, or.c copy toibe retained in the 1C i department of intviicipal affairs and I tlic other lo be stvil lo the office of At-enl-Ger.eral (or Albeita in London, Kngland. GRADE XI. AND OCTOBER 1913 Hunt, .M Jones, A e 2-.Z 04 Mitchell, J 7S Pipes, J 77 'il'rice. C 53 14 jlllcflards, Jf (Scrogsie, A 13 Watson. 0 79 Wood, J 70 24 55 55 78 52 Average.......... GRADE IX. COMMERCIAL OCTOBER 1913. 0 -5 "S. 5 -5 Calls. Out the ilitia of Indiana (Co'nlihucj From Front I'age) Average.......... C9 '55 77 6S 70 03 GRADE XII. i OCTOBER 1913 'J- Cripps. H. A....... Dodman, Olllesnie, Gillies, .1........... Green, O........... Mayer, II........... McKain, C......... Miron, Wallace, II......... nalley, Frame, K. 0......... Green, .1........... Kenny, D. Kennedy, V........-. McAiloo, I. 23 50 29 60 72 44 S4 10 "-70 32 21 Cascaden, X........ Gray. .Maxwell, i. Sherlock, Armstrong, P........ Coos, C...........'.. Kins, J. 53 50 (S -42 61. 52 50 11 CS Average.......... 62 74 C7 33 49 03 oG HONOR ROL.L; Honor Roll of Grade Vlil. of Heelwooii school, for'Oclober. Honors means of aggrcgato marks and 407s in each subject: Church 72; C.'Klpppn..71; K.Terrill, OS; M. Dleseth, 68; O. Fullerton, Bjorkblade, 61; D. Sydal, 62. in Sixteen-in the class. Brandow. t President Iloliert 1. Todd, of (he Gj company, said this rr.orn- 3 lug Uiat no effort would be made to start the cars until the National Guardsmen arrive. He said he was ready to start tfce car semcc as soon as the authorities could protect the cars. There was no rioting last nisht or early today. No trouble is expected until an.aUemut is made to run the street care. Labor Men Protest Labor leaders when they heard the militia had been ordered out, ed to Governor Ralston against tbe action. 'John J. Kecgan. member of the last legislature, aud. at present an employes of tliu state auditor.tolrt 4 the governor he would organize the 2 J strikers and meet Ihe miHlia at the 1 trains. -M. L. Claw-son, a labor attorney, on behalf of the. strikers, filed a writ- ten protsst'irith the-governor agalnsl the slate interfering ivitli the strike. It was asserted that the police and Baby's soft skin is the test of BABY'S OWN SOAP- aud its constant use iu thousands of nurseries is satisfactory proof that its fragrant lather helps aud whitens the most delicate skin. No imitation 3ias all the merit of BABY'S OWN SOAP. ALBERT SOAPS Limited, JiUnnf.ctureK, MONTREAL. ON BRITISH SOIL Work Commenced on Structure at Ceremonies CUT OFF "HELLO" SYSTEM Montreal, Xov. three minute fire started by a fuse blo'wing out tu Hie Ucll Telephone excliaiigo today, nr.d burned out the city and long dis- tance switchboards and left the bus- iness secliou of Montreal without tel- ephones. Get Rid of Piles At Home Simple Home Relief fs Pyramid Pile Remedy, Send for a Free Package and Get Almost Instant Relief K you uant lo prove lo yourself bc- .ond nil ttoubt that yon can mako piles quickly, right In the secrecy j" your oivii home, then by all means coupon bon't sufftr In agony wlicii hy scud :ig us this, coupon you can act as nilge and Jury tn yoiir own case ami I'jEoiutcIy prove to your own sat action that Pyramid Tile'Hornedy xacUy thousands of sufferers nvo Always found: It (o be. No tnaUcr yon suffer you tnust Miisgrentnnfl quick relief for piles f yon do not r.iro (o wall (or our rial of actual proof, go lo any rugglst anil buy n pncVinge, price GO enls. He nil tTila coui'oa .FREE PACKAGE COUPON I'yrnmld Drug Co. 48f Pyramid lildg. Mamball, Michigan. Send rr.o a frc-o trial package of Pyramid Pile Remedy In a plain, unmarked, confidential wrapper, I ngrco to usfi some as directed. Name Street...................... City 14 A Kin TQ T nAlNJJ 10 EXISTENCE HERE (Continued From Front Pago) "Oil I you don't belong 'Oh, no, Tom Latella belong." "How do you "Sonic woman told me." Questioned witness said he ir-cnts made in the examination in j lojise it for selt-prolcclion. He had chief. reason to be afraid of l.atella. Mr. JL'HY HBAKS 'ADDRESSES Palmer laid stress on prisoner's nc- liel tliat l.alella.had attacked him in to Ia7.or, urged it as a jury -argued that the '.-ase was- contributory cause to fear. iquc through the alleged existence, of; As regards Lumbard's confessions, .a fratern-ty ainmcst the Italian urged that it was a casc'of !pie living hcic. Mr. Palmer was pro- a foreigner speaking in an alien cceding to elaboiafe on the black" tongue, meaning the.opposite to what hand, hut was pulled up by Ih2 court he said. with the admonition Uiat ho was'go-'-. Mr. in replying, said his ing beyond the evidence. Counsel learned friend had uttered a fallacy lilted the jury not fo evclude any ar.d 'the mouth ot a lawyer a knew nothing of any secret society feeling of sympathy tlicy tnighl heresy in asking a jury, to decide a hcte or ia the province. [for the accused, and pointed out that case on sympathy. They were sworn Mrs. "the woman in an old law England made it clear to decide, on the facts. It. didn't the next took the stand, hut- that a weapon cleared the hiake any riillerentc whether l.atella told of interest.'I'r.c defence's user from liability. He ivould ask assaulted Lumba'rd or not. They were hope- of refuting Lalclla found no the fo instrixt them that n6l ttyinc that. issM..They were to support in Sfrs. Kvangelisla. .-_.i--_t Asl.e, K.K.W.JI.I'., who ar- rested Lalclla'oji a charge of :-at- Toax" Hjnibard pointed that gun at whether :I.unibard on June 15. l.atella, if he it would not go pointed a'-revplver at -patella with; of! and only impress the intent .to' murder or vnlawfiilly- inan, pointed out, the ease for the wounding There was no doubt oifmMng a box ol shaving powder in "own fell down. lie wanted tte jury about l.nmbafd pointing the-'revolver grip. This lo refute tlitn.selvcs on H: was lor Ihe -jury fo la's story 'that ho never used a.razor. j tempting to murdcrv lv..mbzrd, told The prisoner ihcn put in the Los. He cxliibilert scnr on his j fare, wliicli he saiiJ was infiiclcd Tom l.alctla vfilh a razor, With much gesticulation nnd in dramatic recital witness tohl o( what he clescritc'l ag an alicmpl to muidcr him. l.umtjarti adniiiletl Lupng n icvol-. vcr, hut couWn't- Identify it. lie. it- ivhon' he heard that La- Iclla out on hail. lie brought it to protect himself, he so seated. He though! "Ihat tcllow would come Inck again and 1 he kill- ed He never-hoiight a gun hefore. lie Ior ot hart th carry the weapon if he inlcnded only Cunlslou, Alia-, Nov. was in a slate oi exc tcir.cnt yi day aEkrnoon over the tegirmm's actual on the temple uhicli the Church oi Jesus- Christ ol Lat- full equipment of teams and scrapers started the work ol excavation.- It is hoped that the cement work will- be started before winter sets in. The public schorl was closed- lor tbe afternoon service jid many ol the business houses closed their doors. The event will go down into Mormon history as one of the hright pages ter Day Saints arc in this place lo serve the Canadian element of tll3 churcii. At 2 o'clock-the sbcrifi have not exhausted their plc from far and. (nde'-gathered for. era, and that the stats should not in- tcrfere until the authouties are powerless. -A' mass meeting of strikers, protest- against.the.calling oul of th? mil- On the temple site-, west _pf the taV' infant child last December, scored a '......ernacle, pickets had tc-en. set lor the, noianle victory today when Juigo ilia, was called for 12 o'clock on the State house grounds, and it is rumor- ed that steps are being lakcn by to prevent the meet- ing being held Uiere. the formal service of work. The ward choir was j n-jnnipeg, Xov. for the and under Hie direction of President defense iti the case oi .Mrs. Eva Wil- Wood, n program was carried oat. j charged "with, the murder-of her plowing, and furrow were run'; around the four.dat oti ot the massive Prcnilergast in the Assize Court this morning ruled that- the alleged con- fession of tt.e accused made in" Ihe in- LIBERALS CONTEST SOUTH LANARK ..__ ..........._______________ Ottawa.- Out; N'ov. Evening' speak a word ol welcome to those structurc. The opening prayer oReied by SI. Honitace police station was Johannes Anderson, or.c of tho piqn-, ailmisEible as evidence. cers ivlio camr, to Cardston wilti. the Victor Pople sentenced" to late Chr.s. Ora Card. Vrcsident Duce dcatli for Uie murder ol this child, but a rcpricic ;vas granted until af- ter the trial ol Mrs. Willis. was then introduced and asked to Journal says tonight: "It is reported! who Ind gnthcrcd. In (he course of In "authoritative circles today Uiat Ihe his address he. said that the Cards- Liberals may. nominate a candidate ton temple would he the seventh for the coming nyc-electloa In Soutlr i which the .Mormon people had built, j Lanark. This constituency has beer. I but was lho fir3t orl soi1-- IIc so Conservative so long that the I-ioerals had practically wished, loo, to dispel the idea that, had arisen in people not of the Mor-! decided not to contest It, but tbe spill mon lha.t Umf'" in the, Conservailve. ranks and sorls presence In the flfld of two govern- pvcrc, that ,thc ment supporters hnve ndueed them I M. '3CC to chance their minds in the hone of elec'tins a Liberal the two! where saints would easily be ahto to find their God. .Conservatives. Lanark was held-.for the f President'Stirling Williaius, 11. spoke on .the annivcrRnry of Conservatives'since" l's7L'; Hon. J. families rcceivcuVelief from the city. How to Make Better Cough Syrup than You Can Buy A Family Supply, Sailm; nnd Fully JUnGK'S CHAIKJK :IIis Lotikhip, .Mr, .lustice Sim- mons, prefaced, his address by read- ing.the coilc relating to the charges under, trial. -His Lordship said the main facts not in dispute, be- ing confirmed hy. the prisoner. The evidence all pointed 1.0 conviction, with the rvcc'pljon of (he latest UH Be slatenicnl pf iMer-dant tliat he knetv j From Foot the gun was harmless. If they r, TI2. for tender feet, ends all foot tor- ii-jisonaUle doubt on that point, the of Chas. Orn the fouiidcr A.'.Itoih his year." came to Canada at the icqucst oi j In Winnipeg, during Seiilembcr, 211 Don't Suffer i from Sore Feet the Church to find a home for Hie I .Mormon people. This he did inMhe! district afterward took mV Tianip, Mr. Williams snokc of.llis Mpr-' mon people as the only people who understand antl maintain temple scr- vice. He also paid a glowing trihute'l to Htilish Institutions when ''H'e hear a Road'df'al a tout boasfed lilerty of the country to" south, but the Mormon quite as much liberty here, and much LeHy bo made Jll.ln, ounces of cough you .'ouid tuy for low sympathy to influence their drci nt l.onio. _You wtit.llnl Continuing, His Lordship h ,d tried to me 'ifshl he- bought "n it. It didn't work. His story o! Kxcciicnt. loo, lor h- nourished the revolver, the juilling of the gun was thai com- aS has-Sa or 'Unia, and ClhCr Inroal trOU- tin dmnnncfr-llinrt: na-linqf 1 umharH ing unexpectedly on Latella he pulled Wea. i.umoarn. gun. Vnowing it to he useless and IWOCUPJ ol Erannlalcd susar with There was n possihility .._ w-ivrd il il I-ilplla in ITip lifiri- nf wo cup of w.lrm vrntcr, ur.d Mir ror two motive, suggested hy Lumhard 3 re- al.. mlnuu-3. I'm ounces of I'inei ci-chmation over the nn (rijtlilcnmg him. "y this tneans he .cents', worth) In IS-o-inco boiut, p eici.irnauon mcr inc sear on prisoner was' entitled to it. They shoes feel aa wir onto TIZ. nr.drr a bettor adminisfrafion ol law- were linilcr oath anrl were riot "to al'- r'olloTea _ i thai wc dil1 in the United Slates." i your feet. TlZsoflpnjlbo hardened ektn banlocs And eal iellCT< an4, fl ol another does away with I bra. hoped to he left alone. fn refutation of his conftMiom of intent murdfr fo Chid Davis, 'Chief Skelton and he pleaded that lie didn't mean that. He was excited and .tnnliln'f gnod ICngllsl] then. He has increased proficiency in F.nglish since, confined in tlic lunacies since rest in June. you deny tolling Cliicf Davis that )ou intended Id Mil nskcd Mr. Cony'iearc. Wliat I meant was (hat il I didn't I lho Sugar Syrup. II keeps perfect- ly. iTafce a etery one, two or three hours. This )s Just hxallro cnaugh to help cure a cough. ITta I tile, which Is ufually ur-set cough. I rlio laMft Is l Tlic cffi-ct of j'lr.e and sugar syrup on lnfMmcj membranes (s well known his face that way. "he was not born that BHimH AMBASSADOR BACK TO WASHINGTON llost'jn, .Mnse., N'oi'. Uritlsh Sfr Ccell Arthur Spring rcll, che.of tho private secretaries of Tho I'Jr.ex and Syrnp In now by cf housciTlvcs Iho United Slates and Clti- b-j[ ftila. Tho I'lnn bcsn fmSlmeoY lho oNt siicccisful formula has A guaranty of callstflcllon or I'd him he u-miM get- me. Jlr. Conyhearc a number ol qtostions in reference to.Ihe testing ol Ihr re-.plyfr with (he. apparent li for you. K-noi. io -It.t icct of testlni! tlic accuracy M Co., Torcnlo, OoU Sir Eitwrud Grey, .the minister of for- eign offa'tra. Spring Hlcc will remain here j j titty days. The ambassador, who has been con- fined hy Illness lo the. summer cm- If h.issy ol Dublin for several months, Is 1 pjbsf...... Improving In health. I TIZ, no matter In how bad Tbc tmelly feet of stiratnor n e A unique lealuie of the opening j program consisted of nil the waving handkerchiefs antl ribbons ar.d j iiliouliiii; in concert after President' (Wood, bless o'lr -.Poroinion j fioct hlcss our friends; Ond bless our i temnlc building; (led bless all Is-i rael. Hosanna to- (iod and the! l.amh. Amnn and It was onnmmccil that oil .who! would help In the donation labor of flic temple should apply at the liistmp'5 oWcc, and also, all who: would hoard and lodge workmen were' asVcd lo give notice. 1'atriarch Ilinman ofiercd the dedi- cation prayer in which'nu part of Ihe work was wortrricr-. were lemcrnhered, the haul scrapers and.the (hat chis- eled rock were also prised lor hy tnc patriarch. Kldcr K. who reocntly rcnducled n in Cal- gary ar.rl established J church there, was honored with-holding the plow- thai turned the first sod.-Work bc- ?an in Carr.esl thi3 moraine when a "A Splendid An Oxo Cube in'a capful ot hot water is just: that- nourishioeat which lite and Pure ily assimilable in a minute.< CUBES Comb Sage Tea in Hair to Darken It Grandma kept her locks dark, glossy, thick with a mixture of Sage Tea, and Sulphur Tho old-time mixture of Sago Tea and Sulphur for darkening grey, streamed and faded hair is gmndmothor's nnd folk's are again using It to keep.' their-hair a good, even color, Is quite sensible, as we nro living in an age when 'a youthful appearance- Is of the greatest advantage. Nowadays .thnugh, so don't have the troublesome-tasX of gathering the sage and tho mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell tho" nso product failed Sago'arfd Sulphur for about BO cents-a botlle. U IB very popular bcrauee nobody can discover It has been Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush win ft and draw.this through your hair, taking one small at a time; by. morning lho firay hair dfs- apponrs, but what delights (no laiites with .Vv'yetli's Sago.and Sulphur is that, besides bcautf- fully darkenlne the hair after a few applications, also pro- duces that soft, lustre atid'ap-. of abundance wblth l_a so' attractive: besIdM, dandruff, flchlng acalp and fall- the hair. J. V. Hlglnbotham ft Co., Ltd., Agents, ;