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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November 12, DAILY HERALD Pick Out the Dyspeptic You Caix. Tell Them. Anywhere and it Ycu One Eat A Stuart's Tablet Wilt Di- gest any Meal Otm o[ saddest slshls at a roy- ally rich ditmcr Is to a man or a nimble to ot djs- POET LAUREATE. IS VERY MODEST MAN Tbere Is much (inference of opin- ion aa to Justice of hiving made Dr. UriUges I'oet Umreaie. autl lese difference of opinion as to the iiuaHU of bis iKK-tiy. Imt a recesil istsrvSeft which IJr. save to a I'LUa- ili'aii. arvl -fthkb is U [s really a crhae to continue ledger, reveals Dr. Hrltlg all .out', has lo dy c-s jy K very uiau. with a Is" to enl a iltlle Stuart's .luit cary a 'tablet i u your puree ;i u 0 after each meal cat U -as you would a It "Too Bad" yon. One grain of Ibe" lugredUmts which compose a Stuart's Tablet will" digest S.OUD grains sour, coffee, Ico cream, vegetables tmd, "pasi- Tins. Tlie tdea.ot this great li.uural digester Is to aid. nature lo do her exhaust Idn and It certainly accomplishes shls result. Stuart's Dyspcp- fj-a Tablets., a're our best known rumedy for all iioinacb and lieijaia troubles. It Is positively vonilorful lo see the one ihcEC'.llttle lets will (S .VI to be like meal. And iio V .iiim' cne can realize It until one 1ms used these tablets.-- E v er-y drug store .1 sells Uysnep si a Tablets sells .'them? .in lingo 'qiiatiUUbs No matter where you located you N ru any dni: aOa box that wIH last you a lime." Absolutely convince yov dyspepsia can he-prevented. Many thousands of people use'tbes occasionally Jusl lo Keep the! i'ltgostfon always perfect. If you sta up late or overeat then take a table la-Core bedtime; there "will be no hor rible dreams or bad momh taste. G to your druggist now and buy a 50 bos: and go "armed against any kin of stomach -trouble. of humor, aud no long- haired ldt-33, Tor publication at least, upon ihe subject ol his art. That Dr. Urutgts was a modest man is news. UP has been tailed tUe most retiring wan in' England, and ouo of the most dlflltrult to Interview. He- uill" digest tho porters have fouud him unwilling lo -uaA about bJiiself. and ludUu convince you that that (he public Pbould expect him lo food trill not huh 0 fc-0. However, the Hilladtljjhian msl have been able to produce some ood references, for be bud 110 dilll- uliy In obtaining Dr. U ridges' con cnl to'see him. Moru tban thai, Dr ridges appeared on the station plat jrm at Oxford io lake him iu charge nd act as bis guide.through lUe ob lly that be loves so well. A Noble Appearance. "He la llie sort of a man you wouli iiatincllvely pick out ot a crowd.' ays tbe interviewer, atnl heard n enthusiastic yojug lady, exclaim Isn't be Just It liappetn hat Dr. Bridges Is au unusually lul man. and the fact that he has a cote Be THIS BOTTLE MADE A LONG JOURNEY Rochester; N. Nov. the Bfiaver rlyer was at flood height" last Clarence "Mit-" chcil wrote i noierilgned hTs and address., and ieajlng a bottle, tested, the bottfe-Into .the Hood. i Last night he received a letter frcm Frank Farthing In Glasgow, Scotland, s'aying'ht two weeks agor.' The reach its landing place, had floated down the Ohio I and Mississippi riven to the Gulf j of making Us way put 1 ilis "drifted to Scotland. MILADI EDITED BY "INO" Winter conies to rule the varied sad, wilh alt bis fisiug year, ullen a train, ati'l tlou'ls, aitd stotmK. When the Rtca lace away, The rat th gofs t siiii lus turned his down into the vale ol a by'Uie singing nl Auld Lung Syne" lij the CLUBS AND SOCIETIES fasts, The'executive ul Women's Mis- sionary society ol wiV meet at S o'clock Tbe Women's Civic tluli will mwl! at tLc y.M-C-.A. :ii tomorrow And herst-ii Leaving ti atleruoon, Htcator DC and uceiis, and shrouds the biiiiu-ss meu, will u cables, j0uiime ii.u ttie business to accepted ihe Har'dic (irace-lidd state. It is 'hoped itiat every niem- Then leaps i" spring to his relutniut -diaries bcr and the ladies ni the city gener- ally will be present'. "A soag service will" be heU in St. tomorrow: Cvprlan's church at the cf the Mrs- S. II. Mitchell. 1258 scruce on Sunday evcoine, A. 'when all ate cordially iuvitcd to re- Mrs- C. llowinan and altcrwaids on the scccml Thuridny ol the month. Not receiving Mis. W. 1'. J. Alexander on Thursday oi next werk. idera'ole shock ot lialr, and wears i beard, might perhaps account for hla unubiiBl among a 'd ot short, shaven men. He ooks very much like the traditional Knglish-siiulre, and. as 'poet's poet" as it would beTiiossible iniaglue. Nor were his actions wort In keeping wjth the. part .as_ he walked through "Oxford. Ho was -nvore like a lad of twenty than a man seventy. We are Informed that "he laughed cud Jofced and rollicked" just like a freshmati." ,l.'poix a remark re- gardltig Ibe antiqully of somfi of tbe ijuililings, he told with great gusto story of an experience as a student when some ladles came suddenly ui> on of the. dormitories and hastil> retired with the remark that the> 'didn't know the old ruin was Inhab- ited." He. Diillkti, Publicity. When some people stopped him on the street and congratulated him he was visibly annoyed, and said: "1 can't understand why tbey are making such a. time about my ap- pointment. I never was annoyed till way and yet I was just a much a poet before my appointmen It seems tlial an.official p sltiori Ebes'a" long You can "k as much as you about I for but it is jflis'. guinea '.stamp is a t6day with the world. To mfc H means.little, and, in fact, I did uot vani the appointmenL 1 do-'Jf'anfis alone to llvo .outjnii'lown iife'bere'at Oiford, Mr. nni Mrs. liistiup o! Kdmonlon, are lejoirinj; uver tlie birth of a son. .Miss l.ucilc fcks.tor.iu moiored to algary on Sunday vitli Mrs. Chamberlain. riend from .Seattle. St. Cyprian's Woman's A initial y hold a and some'plain-and lancy yrticles in the Standard Furniture sloie on "Friday afternoon from 2 to 5 30 p.m. The parlor meeting of the Central C. U- has been poslponcd, ow- .ing to the' president, Mrs. :MUford, being called out '-nf- town, but the Rf051 regulat mcettog will be held at ;i.3Q college j .Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Yc Mr. and Mrs. liurgess, of Toronto, spent, th? week-en it with Mr. and Mrs. H.; McCarty" en roulc-'to -the Thursday afternoon. The Willard V. %C. T. U. met yes- tcnlai-.'aflcrnuyn al call ol th pVeVideut- of spe rinl-business'.at tbe Mrs Waslibrook. A goodly number were Mrs Frank A. Stoltze has: !but, and -an-inspiring meeting was invitations for an "At Home" :jtiiishrid, This will take the place of-the i-iresular meeting. t. '-'''I' T'. The Colia society of St Mrs. II. N. Uecfcer will ot" a chain tea'on Thursday, VCoii-lFaul's Lulberan cburx-h will meet oi .JT i j-1 in neclion inth the Ladles'. A14 til Knoi church.- V i Mrs. llei.ry Galrin was hostess ol a chain tea veslcidav afternoon, in connection villi Knox Ladies' Aid. t 5 Mrs. .1. 0. Wilson was hostess ot tie of the church, to j._complete airange- mrrits for their hiuaar on Nov. 2Cth. Mrs. Helms will te hostess, i inlertsl-is iaken in Lor.don, Eng., in HIP official noucccmcnt.1 of marriage bc- ar, informal'three table bridge Hntnia. Mary Mrs. (Jasev, of Macleoj; yesterday tcr o! ft,, ami l.any Macken zie, and Cyril Hoyd, scc- tfrnoon. Ond son ql" Uev. F. Andrews, rec v, oi -Mncleon, was i lor Isle of Wight. Cyr- Mrs. T. K. Xeale, is ,s now'.n busir-css m ED nl TEG andjf.l'im accepted for" aline .1 I i have no long.-explanations to offer for niy poetry. 'I have no brilliant EpeecVes to make on the future, pres- ent slate or tbe past, of too history of po.stry. I have, altracl altentiou'of any kind, and 1 would rather avoid It. K-.iely 1 have been very much amused and anrioyed by inqulallive reporters who have been Irylug to sel me to the fut- ure. cannot understand this mad for seems to be a surrender of the real for 'the artificial and the degradation of art. If a man Is a true artist he gives to tbe world they: sant Ilial lie has, Mis. Case; guest present a wHh which she will asain. visit wilh lier lornicr hostess. The Art Needle-work-club, are en- teitainins the husbands of the mem- bers at the home, ol Mr. and Mrs. D. H. EHoa this Mis. -I. H. liiginbothani will'" en- tertain for her guest, -Mis. Cssey, oi totnorrosr evening. Only a itif ol the honor quest's 'old friends have been hidden lor a game ol five hundred. Th; Ilrown Hetty tea rooms v.ill no liouht h'e thronged from lour to six- thirty on Friday ar.d SMurilay alter- noons, when an eihihit of 5Iiss 'I'at- teson's in tvalfr colors wilt he en view. A very sucxcssiul whist drive, was glo-Cpjiadian circles. Alter aUindhif; university he. went tc Canada (he tennis ..chain piouship al Winnipeg.-; v I and I do nol see any reason wliy he Winnii'CS. Man., N'nv. 12. Two thouid1 le compelled to spend Ms vj.ill aReil four years, were time ejpWnliig away his faults and rinr.u.t.i this luorning1 in the Red i Ecei'ng that the world knows Ws vlr- iliifr. nt.rlb o!, v.-hile play- (Ves. I have no' excuse to offer for i-n t-tie fringe of the ice. The. chil- dren were Uiarira, son of Arthur liaiiilall. .inci James, son of Albert Nr.rtoTi. Hutu jiatcnts were employed as eoinpositois at the Tribune Office. UNITED STATES HAS FREE HAND Nov. U.lily Telo to n statement that Ihe policy of nan Inicrvenllon by Great Drllaln In .Mex- ico, outlined by Premier in Ills speech nt the. Guildhall on Mon day. is Iho policy of every other Eu lopean power. my poetry nor hnve 1 any given in SI. Mary's parish hall by St. Mary's Men's society last cycn- Kighlien tables favors "being won hy Mrs. ffabelin, Mrs. Ga'riicner, Mr. Hossiter and Mr. Allen, and the consolations going t Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Hawkins. r- .x Seventy-five visitors called'during the late, afternoon ami evening y6s- tcrday, when Mrs. C. E. llrandow London, XovTU. The Atlanti telegraph cable .service is so goo that installation by (Ireat lirilain o a state cable is-not nt prcs ent justifel, accoruing to tcstiin'on given today by Kdward Crahb, sec omi-secretary o! the .Hrltish .post o before tbe Dominion's royal corn was formally at home lor the first time this season. He'd carnations and m-; were liberally used iu 'decora- force you to appreciate It." A. Return to I'oEl admitted lhat It] hu had an ambition It was to ajiPrnorm jirs." Redmond in- to tlie Pt'Ct' Lauroateship whalever j (o ronlni where .Mrs. l.o! IIP lost cilsnlly and power he poured tea, the viands be-' jthougli ho did not Indicate how he I jng parsed by Miss Agnes Dotvsetl would urocctd, nor did he. intimate' olive Diser in girlishly pret- of the Poet I-aiircaies been refiponsible for the. loss.- Aus. 'in the evening the assistants were tin was riot one of those who "pan-i Mss Galloway, Miss Agar and (o tho pacing and, ol mowsen. Ills predEceasor, spa could not he suspected. It happens The Huilson's Hay Athletic, assoei- thal Tennyaon and Urlilges were I ationr'held tlicir monthly social Motv friends, and'each had a very hlghjday evening in the- spacious DAINTY NOVELTIES IN WRITING PAPER DKNOTKS c'.oon TASTK more timn t usi1 of yiiuil wriltiig [Kipor. ThtTf is a vti il tlitit U'iivrs u jjoocl iinptvssion. (iood pnjii'i1 (lues nut always menu ;i liifili JHIIT hero iire sonic special liiU's we are ut a very Suilahle 1'or (iif Is m personal use. Welsh Lawn Note Paper lioyal Uluc Welsh l.incn paper, envelopes to malch. in box with Welsh coat of arms. ljiiotc ot Wales brand. A very fiuc quality paper. box Rosabel Linen quality Note nitb envelopes la.niacch. DaiLty with liar.dsonie deilgu of Red Hoses. A splendid line- to send as a tift, per box Some Other Good Lines Other good lines In handsomely decorated fcoves will) American Heauly Itose and Evangelinfijeslgn also photograph effects sueli ns Ibe Village Hiack smith, aud The Iteward. Cood quslitv paper and envelopes. The J you usually get for 50 cents. AH one price, 1'er box Handsome Gift Boxes you reincmber how hard. It was 'to gel small .fancy boxes [or your gifts last Cliristmas Wo arc' ready for you i-ltli a splendid line of boles sulmble' for-gloies. handkerchiefs, ucctivear or any small gifts. These are made from good quality p hoto board. colorings, somo wllh o'tliexs. in scenic -efTecte.- Two shapes, one oblofig. enuare. HUDSON'S BAY STORES SOME OF THE MEN WtjO FIGURE IN MEXICAN CRISIS List spring. Is 559 'Ml bur cap- isln Is W. II. Wright, and nor engineer K. -I. OD'cll. Xpihlng Is knoivn o( her [ate here. -.Jotin JlcKachrtn, liraU- man. right.arm al Welland. Tti" revenue1 df 0. lot this irtr.f.-ill be ationt an In- crease of SiOU.COO. CARD OF THANKS Tlie relatives ot the late Henry Ten- nant doslrc lo express their ainrcre thanks and npprcclntton to Iho Vcter- and Mounted 1'ollcc and friends, uon 10 inem HOQ UB employ IMi means Th.s wa, i for thei kindness and sympalliy In sad bereavement. that ho would rather prefer Ihe world aliould coneMer htm a failure, and a man imflt to hold his present posi- tion. .He qualified this remark with the. hope that what lie ?nld would nol ho 'construed into criticism of any other writer. His hope was that oth- ers wouH RO'thijIr way, anJ blm lo go W.I. Another opinion thai he venlu'rcj with much earnestness was: "Wo niiiat relnrii lo a full ap- preciation of our language, not because wo are tradillon-boufid. but because of Us wonderful wealth of expression. Ktigllsh is becoming a world langvase hecaiise of Its verbal and'lle richness of vocahu he se vir; ol Kegular meeting o( the C. 6. F. at o'clock In K. ot r. Hall, Thursday. ISllr. I'lcasc atlend. An flll.fealure Profiram and a splen- IM singer lonighl. Wliy-not the HI- dainly reireiliinrnts, after which'' -a musical program was rendered. Misses SJ. Simni and M. Van Hccke and Mis. Itisti sang In thjlr usual ligliliul manner, being tVly accompan- ied by Mrs. Snell. A pleasant cvcnlnij was brought to lary." Mai! nd" Kmplr A SI. Tliomas bylaw will compel grocers and butchers lo close at 7 p. m. except Saturday and previ- ous to holidays Blood js tbe direct and inevitable mult at irregular or constipated txiweU tnd kidneys and Tht undigested loou ar.H otKerwirte nut- ter is allowed to accuauUtc fa'ams the blood and the vtiote lystcm. Dr. I ndUn Root Pilta act directly on the bovels[ regvUlinf on the kirlrteys, fivjrtr them >nd itrcn jtlc to properly filler tbe and on the ikin. optninf the For pure Wood hulti take Dr. n R.oot Camrosc, Xov, llie town of Cainrosc rests on a biige bed oi conl Ha3 proved last week, when the ilfit drilling for natural gas passed through a seam of splendid j coal. Tbe, find was. made al a depth of 400 Icct.. At the present time the ililiing has reached, a depth of 500 The Saskatoon Camrosc, Xov. department, ol public works at Edmonton Met the contract last week lo He firm oi Macllonald, Kecd and Urewster of Kdmonlon for the construction of the Camrose Normal school. The provin- cial architect ant! Mr. MacUonald nl feet. The contract calls for n depth, will support the demand of farmers the. above f.rin, are in Camrose of 1500 at 'which depth it is expected I organizations that cement be put- or day arranging to get the work under that natural gas will be struck. the free _______way at Of terra rolla colored velcur, trim- med with natural filch. St. Michael's Cathedral, Toronto, and group of Catholic properties given 'as part for a' sis hundred thousand dollar loan by the Ilomnn Catholic authorities of Cnnada. In this block are Ibe CMhodrnl, SL Michael's fxirellq Michael's.Palaco nad 1'resbytery. Tim cross indicates the schools nnrt Ihe arrow tlie I'res'bytery. The properly Is valued lit from two to three million dollars and is situated in llie heart of ToronW, ;