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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-Yiaay, November 7, 1913 1'IIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD AfbrfA, South, East, West men and women sire subj ect to the numerous ailments caused hy daf ective or irregular action of the orcaae Of digMtion ana elimination. Headaches, lary feelings, depression of spirits are first consequences. and then worse sitkncaigfoUowsif the trouble is hut feraoved.1 But .thousands have discovered that V i am'4 are tte Iiss Clssie Simtn, who is always, a -arllh' Leth'bridge sang, "The Leaves in the tri gpltadid voice and-responded .to ;a roc'ilerous encore with I'lji Mj- Oir- l-iddlc. In htr seconJ iiuiri- bcr, "Go'd Remembers when the World Forgets" she quite captivated her audience by her interpretation.ot Carrie Jacobs liond's beautilul corn.? position. Miss Dorothy Young, one of l.eth- bridgcY most talented sopranos, dej western lines.' lighted her audience with a splendid system, ard it Is said that the strike at Indianapolis rre'cipitnlfd .the hero. .car.: company, an- an ertort-Vi-duid be mide lo operate lie cars' lie day, the police ar lr. Roberts bis allaiRtd a high state of perfection with this well balanced organization and their rendering "of, Strike the Song of Hope.'1 shelved1.splendid training and 'escel- Itnt'-iiiterpKtation. They responded tjVJiearly-' encores, and in Dear tfl'tle' Shamrock" perhaps give as fraj i rendition of this te'autilul lit- 'lle sbng as has ever teen listcnsd to ______ by1 I! lumen thai, responding to 'a hearty encore with "AliEent." '.'ooper, who efforts are the people or .Leth- bcing made induce... British SBngi a'od government to corae siraon tllD cellarer" in such an with the sulTragists.-Tyherebr. manner that he sure for the eolranchifeioent of men can be mace a ot tha om-' cial nrograra ol: the1 jitberal Party. Some of. the suMajrst: leaders de- clare that tha mdvemTOViaf pljtaHi- ed considerable headwajC -'A signifi- cant feature of ths." conference' has ceilcnt manner that he oMifed iQbistent encore I' singing "Thorah. if -'a "section ot. the committeo which shall tour-the Etapire, taWnit cases n-tlie'various Dominlora, the Times' doubts'the expediency of a meai- ure, eseept' in., rare clrcum- stance'n, and as is' to Judge from the oasM.-which have litel? come from the ''Oy'erseas'- pojninlona, .this com- fnirtea may. be'Jcalled upon to declde-questlttn's of a political charac- thO'JEti veiled in legal phrJBe- olog'yi >It may be.tthe linal arbiter as which h HIS DRASTiq' MOVSS ARE SURE Sealshipt Oysters Direct From The Ocean TROUBLE CHINA 7.-lt is evident' situation in Prtin is eiceedingly Evidence har.d 'irSUcatfS1 'that Yuan Shi Kai is lacing i.'erbJV.- It-U! believed here he will of the present upheav- al it is quite certain' he long period of trouble and unrest and his tieteroeen- ous' coun- commuriUy.' The lianiied'-'and drastic ac- ieclslon lo such i tion nationalist par- mattere li sty the ftom parlia- to be generally accepted as 1( It were nient and some ol tnem-10 .--_ ,_ '_ ac. stat? hr o be generally accepiyu ae u jv t controverey l-tp jail stats, ana where persona jis sure to Try Ours Once and Will Want TKem Always Use The Phone-452 been .the presence. ot-llr? ai ;L Sir. IT. Elton gave an exception-- allr by George Adc, and those who hare resd the latter's works he 'The Utw wriile'thinkins the fbrin'ttlon-oi? one rsupreme 'appellant cbufl prove ac- ceptaVW' to lawyers' throughout the fileilt' upon the fiuestiori of seclion'-ot the'Privy ..'d -Mtf-, Lawrence, 1 i-i SPLINTER. OF WOOD CAUSE'S; INSTANT DEATH Fort WllHnm, A spiintor of wood pierced his brain, Uomtnic Feline was Instantly hilled nt1 Schrelber, on 'Saturday evening. The deceased was. reding unknown to the crew on tho rear 'end of the tend- dtT of an engine, which was backing into tho roundhouse. In passing one of tho switches It-strucJi acalAst .a string, cars which hail been left stapdlng too, clpso to the tracjt, iml aplinlered some of ..jls timbers. One oC 'these pierced the dead man's sXuIl, Trie firat knowledge the crew haJ of Ihi death was when they step. ptd on tho body Ingoing back te sco tho who lelffhe'told ol cial ar.d I'olitlcal Union (juest pi Mrs. Emmcllne Pankhurst, j with Ihein llfelr "Votes for It isjknowri :that the J government .a corn- promise based on ah' unqualified 'repu- diation, oi the Woman's Social arid Political union, and .all its militant methods. i Hitherto the conslifjiHonat suffra- gists have refused .to', criticize form- ally-the aclions -of Ineir'.rnililarVt.'afs- sure that Mr. Elton's reading othiDg to.he desired. v Mr', fl- E-' Fleming, who .has ghtcd Lethbridge auditr.cts many- imfs. sine in excellent voice, and "Vicar ;oi to encores', with Machrce" aod '.'Timels Mrs. Frank ffaddington acted most efficient accompanist, and i this most difficult of positions, gave ters. Several of .thfr.pronfiinent sfilutional sunrasettc' JeVrlcrs coji- declare that.they nave'btcome .-.con- vinced that suppression of-the mili- tants is the only hope 'ot secuHng the. parliamentary suffrage alrjady sufirage and niay outside of ;Thii'pwc'1iglit oil fieely into every bearisg and fn'clion evtry.male d i-imf riuliinc. It wofb out rcducM frlclion to ttiils, K J _' Wltl Ulk travelling opinion rlrcles hero 'sjlil, Inclines (o. the' bcluj that while th'e proposal does credit to the Ixird CU'a'ncellof's Imagination. iU actual re- hardly practical.. Such a rscJierne.might certainly lessen the ex- pense of Overseas' appeals being heard; In London., ave io to the singers that support, which attain is certainly an art. .The Orand Opera selections .on the Viclrola, which was so kindly loaned hy the-Mason- liisch We're ___._ much appreciated by tte and j brought forth nearly applause. The stage was beautifully decorat- ed wrfh Hags and palms, the latter kindly loaned by the Tcrrill Floral Co. Mr. Wadiiington was unlortun- iely absent in Medicine Hat, having ren (ailed there on business, and Mr. was unavoidably detained, so. hat the" humorous selections which! vcrc to have hetn given by lliese gcn; Icmcn had to be eliminated from tho irogram. ud'se ol Outlph, has de- creed that James Scanjon, ol Ar- thur, .shall custody of his yo'Jhi: niece, Margaret, .who is heiress to" James CoSee, another uncle, "had" wanted, to he her guard- P'incher Crceli, Nov. tl. C. Allison has tendered his renlgna- tlori to the town secrclYry.' This ac- tion has been made necessary o'ri ac1 counl of Mm belng-teolinlcally gutlty ot breaking h'la oalfi 'of offlcc'Khen'he allowed ,an AiltEon Bros, on a cpaj hauling con- tract for tho town whereby the town hns, saved to dale hundred odd dollars, as tho only-other tender was 20 cenli per ton higher, During his term ot office there have been 15! council racililii's he has been present at .them, and was chairraAn of the light corn- The1 Hallowe'en "lociol .held In' th'e mange on fc huge received .thi gaecUj and apple ducklni, fortun? telllin and All the usual Hallowe'en wtfe lp- dulged In. Akbut eighty penont' resent and a. ftilendld Umi' Q. S. trie psai thrco'rnoniha viilting 'friinjdK 'In this vlctnlly, returned lo'hVhome'lB falo this week. The Pelgari ___.... their treaty mon.iV; arid .about; fprl> wafon loxis of them sarn.ped a) n'tttndlhff big spelling out- sale uf- lludfon's Bay store, nrf one but those who hdTo be6n tmyp wjiit a 'Iviltiltguyfi'. More than SSI.OOO.OOO worlh of .__ were caught In 1912 in British Colum- bia waters. When through oM age the bcxlily functions become give gentle, timely., and erTective without k'discomfo'rt or diitress. i .box at your Druggist's. 173 You will find out really ,get the best meats if You Use Tour: Telephone We stake our reputation .on every order Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market R. Couttry, Prop.- The Highest in Quality, not in price. POULTRY We carry the larg- est ana Choicest Stock1 of fresh killed Poultry in the city. i Your Safeguard PHONES Ask for Bltie fllblHHi and makf sure get it. It stands for the g ir'a 4 e of tea. fttnt this AdvertlienMnt 26 ie ilu.e Ribbon, Wlnnl.ei, for the Wue rllktwii, -WrlW ntrw tut ;