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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THHVTF.EN III-: HRPALU. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1910 TORONTO, t.Nov. Coo. liable William MIMon iras shot iwlre above tho heart while aUctupllug io nrre.i a burglar Iu (he roar u[ A sircoi sloro early this liis. J. Klymer, returning from A iiartf BL Drily before 2 a.m. heard moans p> ce I'd Ing from liie lane and on hivfBli- Katlou discovered Ihc consltibfr. whit oti'hls his tunic belui; Foakcrt In lilood. When (ounJ, Milton bad Ills baton In Mi rljbl Mcd, indi- cating that he had leeu engaged in R filrupRle with the burRlar. A revolTfr two discharged i-arlrldjfiis .was found near tbe man. but the constable's was woiiQdcd pollcetmn was cd to tbo hospital In nil unconscious totiultlOQ and but HI lie hope is onior- tifcined for hla recovery. TLo burglav has not yet been, located. EicsldeDls. In the neighborhood re- j.ort. having keurd liie shots. OFF TO VIRGIN FALLS Tla Jlotal parlj In the molfir jircpaiuijj io Jej.arl fron N'ipJgon Lodge at Orient DAT. It is i delightful run orrr Ihe blue-green triteis of Lake Nipigon lo tlit point where the waters [-our into lit lyeo'Jrttiy Canoditin jValional Ztailtrayr. generally. West coast towns reported many whfcrves under water tonight. At Portsmouth ]5 fishing boats were swcnt from Ihelr and driven out lo Ecci'or lossed on Hie shore. The HALIFAX. X. S.. Nov. 7.-The storm jaIBnsl staliotl at Liverpool was blown lint su'Cft over Nuva Scotia with liur- r'canc force last eight nnd toilay down nnd rnacy email boats and buoys ivfera lorn from their anchorage. Yar- drove. I wo ichconers'aiid live vachls n-.oulh also sUrrcred considerable duni n-hor? here, lore Aavn Lclcemph lho Bay ot tnvAy "ri, telephone wires, delayed trains and 1to Krcal taurcti cilL-.ialvo damayo lo Six large Tisliins schooners -were i driven ashore aL Lunenburg1. Tliey were the Dorothy Adams, Laurettu I Francis, Arranla. Kdyth Mill. Carrie I Hurtle, .Several Imlldinga TVCTC razed by the J wind in tliit Iowa. The Ibrco-masled Audrey was wrecked on the i near Liverpool. EDAYNEXI and Bowels Regular You can relish your meals wilboul fear of upset ling your liver or stomach if you will put your faith m Carter's LlrUe Uver Pills. FouUccumu- J latiohs that poison the Wood are ex- Hut one lost. CARTER'S ---ITTLE IVER PILLS pslttd from the bowels ar.d headache, dizziness ind sallow skin go. Email rat-SuiII Dose-Sun Price DB, CAim.K'S UtONPTLLS; Kative'i jzfeat nen-e a'nd 'blood1 j .THE MISS-USE OF .TERMS A g'eat many speak ot pedigreed as "thoroughbreds." nuc- tloncers, ivbo oupht lo know liettar, k; coullnually about the merits of LV "thoroughbred" liog or .sheep, iiud tbero are no "thorough- bred" draft horses. The "thorough- brcil" ia.a ot a.distinct LrtF.d ol light" horses. There is no other kind oE thoroughbred. All other pedigreed live 5tuck should lie termed pure lireds. Stock- nicn Hhduld use Ihe latter term in speaking, pedigreed lire stock U term la so commonly used jiedigrced slock by people iTho know nothing aboLitJh'Q stock or OTTAWA, Nov. follbwiue message was read in the house of commons tonight by Sir George Fos- ter, tiding prime miuister: publication Ihc following iiics'sai which la atldrc-sscd to all Ihc iieop: the empire: "To all my people: "Tuesday next, Nov. 11, is'.lhe au- uiversary or thn artiuslice ivhicri stay- ed Iho world -.vide carnage of the four preceding years, and marked the vic- tory ol right and freedom. I believe ihat luy people in every part1 ot IJin empire fervently wish Io perpetuate the memory ol that great deliverance nnd of those who laid down Ihcir lives lo achieve It. 'To afford an opportunity for the universal-expression of Ibis Is my desire nnd hone Ihat at'lhe'hour whc-n the armistice came Inlo the lUhfhbur of thc-llth day of flic llth may be for the brief space of two minutes a complete 'sus- pension of all.our normal activities. During that time, czcopt In tho raro i-ase5 where this might be imiiosiiible, all work, all sound aid rill locomotion should, cease, so. that In perfect silli- ness the tlipughLs of everyone may be concentrated on "reverent remem- brance of the glorious dead. "N'o elaborate, organization appears to be ncrcEsary. "At a given signal.: which can haslly be arranged to suit' the circumstances- of cath locality. lj Lclleve that we shall all gladly rupt our ImsinecS and pleasure, and enter this sioipla serrice'ot silence of remembrance.' R. I." "This will be'published In the press ere to.morrtink.' Arrange- lents are being inade for Ihe general of "the two minutes' silence L 11 Tuesday. Trains hc: stopped'.on Ihe rathvay5, Iraf- R on the streets, ships as far as poss- ilc aL sea. and every efCorL will bo nndcjio evcrj'- the shops, mines onrl ictorles, anjlfjo nce. T His niAjesty hnnes that .your mln: slers may be'willing to arrange for a liuilar observance. 'It la, of course, impracticable, ow- ng to distance, that the ceremony tiould synchronize throughout the em- Ire. It ia, therefore, suggested that I a.m. local time should be adopted ryTyhere, X. similar message ia being sent to ndla nnd to even" dominion and col- aly in tho empire. (Signed) "MILNER." SPWtaTH'S WINTER IN CKePACIflf KOQTUWEST A BRITISH (OLUMBIAWASHIMGTON OREGON x M 'SJSDiligo "J. m Vacations Have Saved Millions of Dollars and Many Years of Active Life Take a lesson from Nature. She rests during the winter months. In the spring she blossoms forth with a new lease of life. A Winter Vacation spent In the Pacific Northwest British Columbia, Washington, do you a world of you home renewed in a greater capacity for next, year'i work. A mild seas and green bridug ind heillhful ilr from mountain arid scr. motmiaini in winler garb motoring Over wonderful tcenic folfinc and other outdoor recrea- tions, Interesting agricultural cijpcriinental or- farming on small vegetable and fish canneries. Reasonable rates ample accom- apartmtnta and boarding houseff. for mirtnM bMiM to MtotUm. IT i. C. Blaf, M ILPT.B.PAINIS LOXDONT, Nov. empIoympDl C airships as sanitaria Tor Iho treat- ment of tuberculosis and other tltu- C3 Is advocated Ly doctor ivlio was attached to the British air Torre uring HID war, according lo tho Globs. Tho pattcnla, it Is pointed nut. would bo able to live for tievcral days >r even weeks it a height of about i.OOO feel, enjoying complete rest and ireathing a'r aa" pure and Invigorat- ng as that of any ot the famous mountain resorts which only Ihc rich can afford to visit: Tho'blg airships built by Great Brit- itn fov war purposes, the doctor an bo fitted lip na sac it aria a [or pa- lenta Euffcring from consumption, neurasthenia nnd other 111, and ex- cept In very had weather, can cruise about for .weeks at a time. RICES RECEIVED FOR CANADIAN HORSES IN SCOTLAND The firsL ot Llitso liorsoa since he outbreak of war was held n the Florae Bazaar, Rctldrale Street, by Messrs, Macdonald, cr fc Co., (Lid.) The horaea were shipped hy Messrs.. Dalgetty 13ros., Drrol, and comprised n j selection if hcnvy carl nnd lorry horaC3, rnifl considering lliclr IOHR find tedious lourneyT showed remarkably well." trotted out liofore Ilio auction- eer R snllsfacLory demand was obtain- ed, the hesl making up Id !rom lo ?SOO. Purchasers "wero 'ofward from a Tory wide the Scottish Fdrmcr. Wash Away Skin Sores n.U.D., the liquid wash, become n household ivord. U has inovctl II- .a remflrkablo remedy. It you tro n sufferer iroiil eltfn jn- ulcers, ptritnles, scales, crust or Eczema In any form, this remedy will iiol'dlsappolnl you. It has stood Itio test and today Is the master preparation for all skin diseases. Try D.D.D. We guaraiileo D. Hlgln- "lOtham ft Co., Ltd., D, D. D. How 0X0 helped the British Aviators to'make their famous non-stop flight across the Atlantic. Interesting letter from Captain Sir J. Alcock, K.B.E., D.S.C. You will bo latercjteil to that OXO E great kelp to duiuig our Trajis- AlUnlia lliglit; il suiulned us woodfrfuUf during our 16 hours' journey. We Lad found out whit a Thing it 13 when fljing in France, ind GO dedied lo M carry it with us on this and ive can you tlitt hot 0X0 h molt aocepudile under Euch coltl aiduouj condiliou. 0X0 vts Iho aiticlo of in u tina Hbich we carried." J, ALCOCK, CipL, D.S.C. 0X0 steadies the nerves the brain gives extra warmth to resist cold and exposureT extra strength to tortily against fatigue, and yields an abundance of energy out of all proportion to the amount taken. Prices same as hcforo (he war L A CUBE TO A CUP oxo Once in a Lifetime A Chance to Hear A Famous Character Occurs EM ME LINE PANKHURST Who has suffered the tortures of the damned for a cause, speaks in WESLEY CHURCH WEDNESDAY NEXT, NOV. 12 v i THRILLING INTERESTING INTELLECTUAL Subject: War vs. A tot guaranteed for every tickets or for this lecture only, from all Boy Scovts and Drug Stores. A LYCEUM EVENT FOOT additional big entertainments for the one season ticket ;