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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta T.irriramnnv, DAILY November 11, LARGE arms D E L A N Y 'CLEVELAND is PARALYSED BY STORM Have been built by the Packing House business. CHICAGO Is the outstanding example. Its activ- ities are world-wide. Its remarkable trade is reputed to turn over a million dollars a day. (Continued Vrora front Fas') H-lf of the street car systems are out ef commission-, hall the In the city are without vlecliic the local telephone srsleuis are LAWYER FROM LETHBRIDGE WAS PRESENT AT MA- GRATH TOWN COUNCIL I icrath N'ov motive the av v A nl The Herald man took his usual seat. -T.1IT-, CilU f ported stalled in Immense snow units outside the city. In Cleveland, the damage lo the telegraph and. telephone eomikinies, is estimated to be at least i million dollars. Pennsylvania train is rcpoiied stalled ten'iiiles south of Cleveland, with one hundred passengers aboard. Relief parties have sent out. E D 'YEAR FOR A CROOK Calgary. Nov. Kirby. arrested list night, while at- tempting to Weak Into a bakery, was sent to J3il for ouf year this morning, after being fo'JJid guilty. breaking Into the offices of.theGeiman Amen- can Colonization Co.' last wsei. When caught last sight, Kirby was wearing a coal and vest stolen from the pmef office. Salts is Fine For Backache coirrso to pursue, which, was to leave Ihe assembly to their profound de lo eretlons In pence, and secure from toe shafts of public criticism. Notwithstanding the Utah-Handed manner of discussing ivblic business, several have; leaked out. The "pool question the issue, with the-lTOposcd new II- bylaw ns the Uircct object debate.''The meeting was In no way, the peaceful tran- c'llllty. and It was later learned that passion often robbed the mind ol Its reason While there was no serious, split, the new bylaw was pared down. al least two sections. What those sections are is not-mown and vrould not but the reader inay feel reasonably' 'sure that II Is the ones in relation to the eivlns of a 3400 bond by pool operators. Just what toot place behind tuose .warded.doors will probably never bo Told; hut if the.local think that Uie alleged', precaution ill ins the will Inspi-e public con- victims of their own delusions.' -This'-.rnominir their ac- tion is everywhere 'resented and bit terly condemned" on the streets. Are other illustra- tions of the way in which the packing Business attracts thousands to centres where it locates. LETHBR1DOE Will be the next example. Get in on the ground floor for this great industry. Buy stock 'in Delany's Limited NOW. Open Evenings Call and See us Mail This Coupon Today MITFORD CO. Lethbridgi, AUa. Please send -me, without obligation on -part, a copy of the prospectus of De- tany's. Limited, FLUSH YOUR KIDNEYS OCCASION; ALLY IF YOU EAT MEAT REGULARLY No man or woman -who eats meat rlkSirly 'mistake bj Hushing" the kidneys .'occasionally says a well known authority. Meal forms uric acid which clogs the kid any1 pores so they sluggishly filter or strain only, part of. the waste and poi- sons from, the blood, then .you s'-i; Nearly ail .rheumatism, head- fiiver trouble, nervousness, coa- slipalion dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders come from-slOBEiah 'Vlfp'raonieiryou. feel a dull ache'iri :rs or your back hurts, or If ne u: is full of edlinenL Irregular ot passage, or at- en'del by a sensation of scalding, get about four onnccs.of-Jad Salts from any reliable pharmacy arid taKo a tablespooaful In a glass .of water' he- fore breakfast for a few days and. your kidneys will Ihen act fine This famous salts is made, from the of trapes and lemon with lllhla and has been used .or gen- erations to flush closed kidneys and stimulate them to activity.' also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, Ihus ending hlndder .disorders. Jad Salts are Ineinensive and can not makes a. delightful offer- ve'ccnt lllhla water dnnk which all emlar meat eaters should take row an? then to keep the kidneys clean thereby avoiding CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The LADIES' STORE Acadia Blk. Wednesday for Hosiery and Gloves An exct'iilumiil opportunity to supply all fall and winter needs in at substantial reduc- tions from original prices. Cl.rlce'. hu been the Hosiery and Glove Jtore cf this city, featuring the and most complete selections l.dle., young wo- men the. little Mia. ,nd the most dependable and-perfect fitting n.ake. It ll posjlbtc to procure in this country. ALL THIS SPLENDID STOCK. IS REDUCED FOR A ROUSING SALE TOMORROW, AND OFFERS A COURSE OF BIG SAVINGS FOR WOMEN SUPPLYING THEIR NEEDS FOR THE MONTHS TO COME. CASHMERE HOSE 111 splendid Tvearius quail- lies, plain or Tilled, spliced heels and-, low. doodle sole, regular 40c ?bC Special LUAMA HOSE of fine soil pure wool, a lioso tlial has been unbeatable- value at 40c per pair: spliced heels und toes, seamless 32C Ladles' sizes, special wfc.w CASHMERE HOSE wltli extra elastic BOIUO .ribbed tops. fino'pure vrcol. regular 50c value. Special RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE, Hie kinds we sell for children's and misses' wear, perfect fitting Ics. sizes 4 lo ins, all Regular 30 to Special SILK LISLE HOSE 111 finest grades, mediums and very light weights, oitra fine gular Special RIBBED WOOLEN HOSE, in all sizes from'6 to' JO inches; heavy weight; pure wool, worth Sic per pal Special GAUNTLET GLOVES, heavy pure wool for skating and other outing wear, colors navy, grey and wliltc, regular Special CASHMERETTE GLOVES, warm makes for early fall and winter wear, shown in all QEft colors, worth up lo -lOc pair. Special... KID GLOVES, lu very best guaranteed qualities, Trcffou'e make, shown in a complete range of all thc wanted colors. Regular Special LONG KID GLOVES of finest genuine kid. whlto Wack and tans, 16-butlon length, very CO 75 soft, and pliable; reg. 13.25. Special. I U KNIT GLOVES in splendid weight and exceptionally good qualities, a complete range of sizes' and colors; re- 93 ft gular 40e.. Special wfcw CASHMERETTE Vco' One and dressy, shown In all colors, ladles' and misses' sizes, regular A special............. -HUU Strength, Flavor, Economy 1311) and all-round Excellence: GLENWOOD NEWS Olenwood, Alta. Nov. JO.-The co -ttc has 'le'eji iu, mourning ov took at her horn, at Glenwood. Inter nwnl was. maflE in the cemetery .here, the held on Sunday laal. Sped... music was Tendered hy the choir and-appropriate uddresses ffiade. _ The regular irtoniuly conjcont meet ,no Ol I In CENSUS FACTS OF ALBERTA DEALING WITH ITS AGRlCUL- TURE-WHEAT YEARS' PROGRESS FROM 1S01 EQUALLED IN ONE YEAR -Ottawa; -Xov. 11.-nulle.ttn So. 10 I ol-tie-Win census ol.Canada, which with agricultural province of Alberta; was BUY thai on into use, iasf_ iol Ihe holdings of lieu Archibald has been ouite ill. i 200 acres increased Horn inrt her-emoval to Contston lias teen .555 in the dccatc, Y.IIJ Her friends at Glenwood 200, inaeasc is for her ito .im- 19H. heine 2S8 acres a I( is used in-thousands-of? homes -'b'etaiise it b'esl.leu: sold. YOU-try ef. ,100 Jose ot Sind this Ribbon, for the Ribbon C.ok Book. The ta for use In Western C.nad.. Write name and pUlnly. Xov. H. United States Ambassador, today ;pre- ,0 _ stni-d lo the Brillsh Foreipi Office )3U 0, ,hc total .land area, or acres, as lands, as i com- BpW Island Instal Street Lights ind me UIIAHJ serious kidney comp'.icp.tlons. for sale stni- o another message froni President Wil-j d with i.r.O per or son the zeneral effect of which 13 630 acres in 1501. WCID there- Uie son te ze a hai undergo circun.slances. .-ill in _ ______ Ju folks, spooni ind if lh! Aiberla noi occ ied for agtreullurai m EASTERN EXCURSIONS December to 31st Canadian Pacific Railway 5wfre'2C8 per cent, of the tola' area iof the province, and 24.52 per ccnl. 'lof the. atca occupied as farm lands. iiow Island, Nov. 10.-AI tiielast meeting o! the town council it was decided lo secure pipe and install from 20 lo 30 streetlights. The busi- ness men ar.d merchants are endeav- oring to installed this winter for use. The InsUIUtion ol will mean a lot to the_ town and brand, known iten- Tlali that Wears" in beautiful dttigr.lj is made i In the hrivicil plilf. ll his been renowned j for over 60 yea is.. Island well have lelf lor that kinds in town oirr good Return Limit roucll Trains Slandsrd Sleepero Tourist Sleepers Dining Cars First-class round trip fares from bridge to TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR........... MONTREAL, BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON Leth- Very low coiincclioji 562.00 J92.ZO HALIFAX'' Corresponding fares Iron other points and to all stations in ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCE'S For booWet of Information and full partlinWs apply to any agent of tac Canadian racifie Railway. Xov. 7 to Dec. 3.1 in r a buMr here Ss'875.301 acres, ivilK a total is improving v. g roduction o! hushfls, he- w BicUl, manager oMhe North an a'.cragc of 10.30 bush-Is on lVcsl' Co. at this is en j _ trip to Thc HIBSM Ciaue liosc -car> i line. on the l.lne an ui I i sown ateas. and of 12-15 bcsfcels ol I; areas harycslcd. The_ area sown to BEFORE PELLETISR'S DAY IjlSSacics i I'tal ol acres, being an in fall of John McUorlcn, wha was'iniuird_at. !at last wcci, wns re- h's home on Saturday last. -'-L'-- 'o n.a wheat'of actcs are slad to tcr-ort that lie is under sprinK ol the fcuiHinVfn Invvn cd a larger 'increase for the hir.'csl ,arc llss pllits msl-jllert lor the Ivear over 'Win linn it rr.nde in natural berry Twenty-Two Years. Carlierry. Mi-n., Nov.. Wlse. rostmastcr of Caiberry here last week. lie.had been cased was fi( yenrs of nge, and a pioneer ol th" having lived in Carherry over Name- Addresa- Return limit 5 months. jUnited States Excursions ItrAi 8'tfec ten years previous lo inis Ihs also Uuc of rye anrl Pas. The pcr- lictntasc nl thc non-prorluctivE areas ll to areas town In 1910 was 1522 per glcenl. lor wheat, S.10 (or on Iho ISlti at liurddt. llbarlcy. M.OI per C'.nl. of oala, 28.7S liper lor 'mixed grains, arc IJslalcd lo hav6 pioduced a yield evetf atrc; nov.n. ililrlyone ami' was postniaelcr valuable Ijsl Ho chatics Vowlcr Saturday. _ w. as a public of- ,t ti that. Hie sa e of Ms a Conservalivo ,ho town cf Korrmisst w.ll M waj rcBtalnei, Ulroug1. f u ...cenili'-T 1 to 31 Iteturn Unit Tiuco inoutlis Firtl class rsund trip fares from teth- bridge to MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL CHICAGO 'KANSAS CITY Corrt-fponiling fares to other points In ILLINOIS, NEBRASKA Phone S12. AND S. B. MITCHELL Depot Tlcke! Office RtnreMnllng all Steamship Lines from How Islaiyl allcnM the. dawc at (Irasty l.a'-.c r'ti- day and all iririrl a Mcisrs. Mullen.avl Kr.illli ar-; lalk- ine of a pailtr. In'! the nuilnlriR oh.Main BUcet owned hy (A. Southard. J. Hhlirnm, o! Ike Manulacluras I Life insurance, (.'o., 14 a visitor in town. .1 I Several inquiries nre roininjf from niiinlfacttiters dsiing lot loimalioa a'oM i llnard r.f 'I'radc koliilnj a mcsl ing tliis evening to JIEC'IKB Ihe, var- ous jirriposllion and lo nnsivcr.'thc The N'dtUi West lirillini; Co. have riaislied slilppinR a conr.lclj outfit ol tools In Kwift ('urnnl nnil several of. the lirllfcis v.'ho drillcil -on Uio ,MVM and a ore.. ;