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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTK T-ETIIiminOF, DAILY HERAMV srtay, November Co's, WHITE HOUSE For Women Who Work Is the best tCTite.- It prevents snd by 3 the liver and NEW MONUMENT erected, in o( tbe.lOQth anni versary lhfr BattJe of Lelpsic by the IjtOMbke Captains'Teli Stories j j. I !'-ll! of Their fast have teen wMppi hitd j iiy whai wis, rrocably the Ratepayer in Accord With Cily Clerk on But One "Point There's nothing a delicious cup of Tba as a delightfully refrashiiig sikfiufaui and PROFESSOR ALEXANUtH 'WILL LECTURE ANrf A LARGE AUDIENCE IS URGED Tha first lecture hi Ihe Eo'rles of- fered by Ihe sMt (he University ot Aluerta will ho giveu by W. 11. Al- eMniSer. M.A.. Ph protestor ot elastics, ou the subject '-The- Greefe Genius." .Tills leclum Is dMlgaed to c-.vyhin mv a broad w.iy UIQ character- istic features It the Gretk genius in religion, art. philosophy. Mteralutfl a politics. It is Illustrated to o coil- quotations Irom show the which have not as yet: lines indicated Tho couttibu- Miter of llie Herald: have been studyins the new I jerablc oxlcot by ________ _. form Of ballot I'unsldcruWe mier-j the Clreels authors, serving ro si Iest. and have' run against two or, the bent of Ihe Greek nilud in ikrce cr.ass which have not as yet: lines indicated TUo coutrl been ueuliou'.'d .In the coluums of the j tlon of Greece to r.iodern lite aud aud would; therefore. to ILougHt will be iidly deall 'ull auomlon to' thoui. 1 took the latter to.Mr. Robinson, and ou some of the'pohits received a vtry fatr and sonable ruling, bul ou one cvuil I 'lot and ask you lo it investigate'l by legal talent. it is a natter which is of para- mount importance lo all. Tbe ques- tions follow: 1. With five candidMt-s in the the ballot stands on first count as fol- lows: A and H tied foi first rdsce; C follows Intermediate and alone; 1) and E tied for last place. How do you de- _ inau? '_'. five men ia a d s til e Wo r freak- a Lead Packets Oulj. of Substitutes. Prof, is talented lerlur- cr., who in variably holds U.-t sticn- j Uon. anil secures the appreciation, ot the audience wbJlii developing bih'a theme. This will not tie.his first ap- pearance the cKy, tliase who had the pleasure ot hearing hlni cii uts former visii steak very hisliiy of his During the past year the professors of the University who visited us, frero delighted with the Interest manifest- ed iu the course of lectures giveu, and It is to le hoped iliat all who arc I'leresttjil in the development of cul- racc: EJture to secure ;i largo liow should Ibe be decided? b.i-' A fiyor'of A; and very ihort clusical lie before falling'when we left and ami'oos to have' win, volts iresu. When we goi choices sams men. Is 'the "carfSn'.' made; "V .riecisior.s iny mind that the Sarnia could of .which 1 fully not weather tlie gale and ve vut Irtinii the ,1 Ined five and would. the to get" out tine it v.-as the e tfcliavo it decided bj a sooi ANOTHER CHANGE ROBLIN'S ;INVECTIVE: saice story. not irate It. lejal 'fere" and eincriencK on the Thursday we tad reached Jack-i gives the reluming of- fer and experiences on the ja !tccv a vote'for the purpose c[ [of Uke Superior for four days ._SmidSj. aDcllorej 3t but. ns such London, Nov. Yorkshire, and'then eame down opea to a cliarge1 prints I'oslmasler-Uener-' worst, partisanship, .and as I dcrire Jo al Samuel's comments on .'-Premier ever visited this EECtioDj _ j avoM'evbn- the apptiriace of that- i Hobliri's attack 'acd in an. cililorial lot counlry'. are corains tcdayi une a mretx I IS NOT A WEALTHY MAN Filed Inventory of His Estate Proves TWO. VERY STRIKING COSTUMES SEEN ON TORONTO YOUNG LADlEb CONFERENCE OF has subsided. -TIVES OF TWELVE NA- i freighters, -ice TIONS OPENED 1 LONDON {It pas a scene of complete rest, of i trials r.-nich'for r I the time at least, are Beaded. i 4 :IE" Ihe'calm after slorms. 'London, Xov. :'befmite" reports connrm the news Eton, [ieputy rni.nisler ol marine aad! that three steamers arc fisheries, represents Canada j. T. 'Hulclrinson- is he decks of til's Saeirig there was no use endangering H .as been a terriHc to British law, I 'hclhve. provides sponse to llie demanu thai lists of se- curities of persons liable to the tax be "submitted for regiBlrnlion, Tlie lists .cotaprisR. RUleT Govtrn- mcnt, muiiidiial and miscellaneous .boiids and stocks, subject to a State taxi and exempt Irom local taxation. The State receives two -per cent, iliis class which-" are wholly outside "the Federal income lai. stranded. siIU mtercaticnial roQfcrer.ce of safety at j White Fish Point; tLe Htironio, the i. .i._ 1 _r J" fice which .begac at the; (oteigo oi- Lord Mersfrj't ubo conducieiJ the British taquiry the Titanic dis- aster, is piesirting-over the confererice which iGcludcs one -hundred dele-. gales. "Jlon. Sidcejr Huston, presi- dciit ol the board of Trade, uelcom-'j Xavigation Co. ger stcamtr, slxly still agroiinrl off Shell Drake, and the steamer Harlwell o' ttc Tomlin _. v tj "L t Tn0 wlna vo-ald change the time, and are all glad to ti up and get a much needed rest." s, 'r i i steamers rr0mLake Mic igau added to the harrowing story of the the waves. The steamer Geo. L. Craig 'arrived at the Soo this morning, loth anchors. ntl windows smashed. The J j counted, even though be should so j far as to ivritc the candidate's name the ballit, in st pad "of merely mak- ing a cross o-.'other rnarfc opposite the name, and surely no sane thinking man would for a moment hold that the 591 Hue is on ground off Orouiid flrois Cape. The tugs, SaMn and' stonier npuyuuu HUHM gone to their assist- South Chicago arrived at Detour this aoce. U is not thought that tht boats morning vlih deck plates fcosc-ncd in] case did not clear- A Sunday's .tonn. dhft blow ta St Hf lie the Eieamet Scottlso Hero- Sclectedfrom tiic choicest colfees in woild roasted, blended and 'packed in .the most modern plant'in Canada, Brand Coffee ly covered with ice antJ soov ol ite alranrfed house and main cabin ara crs. She reluTncd to the Soo alj hidden fTora view, so thick -Lleut- Wheeler said: "We fe'.tVe Ice "thai cdat-s thera. .the fo-.ind both ihe and the copa le't-Ifolulh Friday! Too Busy "I knew the storm signals nere said Captain Story, "but" J haj i no report from the weather station. tho station on the telephone and asked far a report, but hard aground ntar Point Iroqnols. Roth steamers had their ANV "V he coiisidpred as spoited. consider the last eJauRG of "the; above, ar.d see what you j Chink: OXS CHOICE aliovc ttc Polal H XLLOT jEerver replied snld that he was '1 too Iiusy lo it to me. .Ttie-wtf-d _ hpTvllng.' leftf Dululh I thought 1 could run to the Koo and be''that much ahead of the game. The weather was coJd, bltlcr