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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBIIIDGE DAILY HRBATJ) BAKIHGPOWDER Greatest aid to home baking Makes the cake, biscuits and breads of superior flavor and liealthfulness. Absolutely free frotnaluitt mndothtr {injurious subftanoes. IKING AND QUEEN WORLD'S GREATEST QWIT7FRI AND OFF TO DUNBAR KIDNEY REEDY HUNDREDS By TAKING! DRtADi IHt "FRUIT-HIVES" rf Given jireut Seiul- d 1 1 ni in -I am ry FUTURE SwdiWill Oxford lo itlnued from front jmge) TO OPPOSE BOB GAMEY i It Me Cm-rant, Out., Nov. .iloulhi Liberals 1m vu chosen Hobt. of Telikaininan towmihiii to IJJC3G R, u. Gamey, M. I1. P. t ff.OROMTO LABOR MEN ACTIVE j Nov. Wail, jjjiicsa. agent ot the tt'noniiimtud.today by the labor to coniosr seat H, j Jgit Toronto. Us is the sixth labor' Mtliihita named in Toronto. LIBERALS Nov. Edward nils yesterday nominated Edgar in, manager.- of, tlw Farmers' Co., Bloom field. -fpRMONT CONSER- VATIVES DISAGREE ;'uwall. Xov. Con- lives met in convention Satiu- ftJJJ but faiivd to nominate u candi- -io oppose W.. J. aicCnu M.P.P., tnaotiiifj bi'fiRking up after a cHs- over tho balloting. Another meet- .vf.-i be h'ild. rt Arthur, Nov. tisiicd with tlic nomination of llog.'irl.h claim to have 200 names petition asking F. II. "Kc'afer, K. as independent Conservattre is in Toronto aujl has glv- definitu word of his intentions. pro voice not your "Prof. Alexander DOSSCKSCB the hnn- uy faculty of portraying human na- ture to n nicely, and.in the most en- tertaining manner: possible, combin: Jnij comedy and pathos in I aitractive forms. At the e'loBC of the Prof. Alexander examined several well- known Aa Ire sketched their wo'll-known "clnrracteristics in a won- derfully accurate mid humorous man- ner, he 'fairly brought down house. "Those who dld'not hear him last night should not- in.iss (.heee lectures." Hy onens at the Y. M. C. A., with a free lecture on Tuesday evening next. London, lOng., Nov. u. Their 1 Majesties, King and 'Queou sal'ied for India lo itl'ond Hits I'urh.u-, (iliaoriiiK crowds tlio i oyal party (luring the progress MliroiiKl) (he stiuetn to Vicloriii RCII- Moil from wlik'h (ho public 'IKHJII j oxoluded. Tho station was filleU with ni' tlio royal family and pro- i nmong them bsinj; Qi.'-ion Aloxnndm, Printtu Christian. Princess Ionise, of Argyle, HIP IJukc uf Fyl'e, (.he Duke mid Duchess of Prince Arthur of Connnufehl. Prims .Minister and A! re. ABtiuiUi, Sir Kdwiiril Grey, the foreign minister; Alorloy, Viscount the Archbishop of Canterbury and tho f-ord Mayor of London. The Imnd of the Coldstreaui Utwrds Hit; Ruyal anUwm, and an imperial special pu'lled out. of t WUUAMSTOWN, Oat July 27th. i Had a severe attack of a-tiyas" cured complaints when j attending we hnd given me up." JAMKS DIXGWALL. j, The of Kidney ud UiilVK SlMK'ttHM III Tripoli Pain in Use Back, is tint the bowels to inactive. Thus, Uis kidueys are to do dpu- ble work in ridding the system of i strained. 111'ruit-tL-Uves the great fruit inediclne on bowtls, liver V.'cll r.s oil the the svstcm of all impurities, com- t plctttfy cures r.ll kidney congestion and luinin tbcbiclc. 5pc. a tjor, 6 for or trial size, 350. At all d-ccilcr.i, or from J'rnit-n-tivci Limited, Ottawa. May Be Danger- ous Undoubtedly .most of tlie siudsuts some with strong and preconceived Ideas of, Socialism, uiul tnoy do not attend these classes at Oxford mere ly for the suk'a of and tlie ntmospheni oC reliffiuug peace. They want to know the principles which un- Iton on Us way to Portsmouth there durly the. ilieoiloa of aot-Iiri was a romiirkable disphiy of aff-action Tlic white fMiaiucll'od royal yachi uost [.Medina of the Peninsula and Oriunta S.S. Company, sailed with the rpya1! party from Portsmouth .at !UO Satur day afLernoon., It was escorted half way down ihe channel by so van dreadnoughts of the homo fleet, and three cruisers. The special crown of India, which King will wear at the Durbar at December 12, and other jewels are already aboard the vessel. They were placed in safety, along GENERALMOVE IN ARMY OFFIOALS Groivili of West Kcsuks y, a with tiro ruyalia which was taken to Portsmouth yesterday. They were j packed in brown paper by the court j jewelers and were carried to the at'3amshfp without guard or formality except, in the presence of a single Scotland Yard detective. According to the itinerary. Their (Majesties will leave Calcutta on their homeward journey In January and i will arrive at Portsmouth on January ALEXANDER'S LECTURES in :iti Appointment ipeg, Nov.- .Salvation ROUGH HANDERS ATTEND OXFORD! Rich Scholars .Have Their Places Tak- by Wgrk Folks inic idn.i or estimation in jilt Professor Alexander, the not- and phrenbiogist, is held bo gatbered from ibe following, in from the Calgary Herald: Prof. Alexander lecLiirod.last wiu, lliaii amllence that ffiled every scat cssentiivi, London, Xov. the under- graduate young gentlemen of Oxford have been enjoying Life rtnd nntpcg, forgetting their i.heiv places official of the nvost taken by men and vc characlp.r since the organi-j whose hands bear the marks "of hard u ni that Siody in'UiR west arc toil in (he workshops of English life. A chimney sweep, a navvy, many weavers, bootmak'ars, soap packers, yngine signalmen, grocers as- istan'ts, tailors' cutters ttwl 'laborere, have during the last week plunged th now (tcfinitcly announced. f Tim remarkable extension of the in Western Canada has nocessi- lato-l the (MUnbliBJimuni. of an" officer had and SCCL'C- ary of the headquarters n Toronto, move to Winnipcft. and will talic charge of the full field from ihfj Hidewulk, .ioors stood e oliiera who.could not yet even iding room went. U'lV.iy. The pro- a fine appearanre on i of in the territory his niidients Kort William to Victoria. irab'Jy from ilia start, aJitl us he j Brigadier Hiirditt will succeed to into his subject all doubts asMhe olfice vacated hy t'ol. Howcll as exceptional ability are dtsGi- Of uu; liv: is no b'.ttniiolojjist, anti his .icn-. philoso- phy. They want to rind out the sci- ence of Ufa as it is taught hy men oHearnhiK in the upper idasaes. And I hey never lake anything for granted, but put It to the test of their own ex- Among thorn are men of remark- able sti'ength oi' mind and charac- ter, and it is u tribute to them that after they leave Oxford ihvy go hack chimney ctettningr, bootmaklng, ving, or whatever their, trade may be, not discontented and rustless, but ready to do their- job honestly, and eager -in spare time to pursue their Btmtiea. HEALY RAINS CAUSE MUiH LOSS Ill England Year Severe 1 Drought London, Nov. lieavy rains vhlch have broken the exceptional i lu'atly practically a'll oi theui Irought which JMS pravailed this year speaking Like ilic n Ensland may have done more dam- nf tht. a, ge than according to. reports HAS ASPIRATIONS Would Emmanuel Aim Swiss Province Herlin, Xov. 13. "After Tripoli, what next is the (lueslioii according (o despatches from ywiss correspondents ut the German papers, is agitating the Swiss press and pub- lic. seizure oi Tripoli combined with the well-known aspirations nf the Italiiin Nationalists to1-unite thu Italian-speaking portions ot Switzer- land the Roman kingdom, is causing, Kiij- those despatches, much of the possibility that the lit Lie inouniain rnptlblic niiiy lie a future object- of lursrcssioit j south urn nuigiihur. Since the outbreak of tlic TriiJoli- taii war various Swiss papers have [loin tod out ihe .significance fo Switzerland of the imexpectet iiing of hostilities and Ihe sei zure of a fovc'led jirovincc and hav concluded from it the necessity oi M ;lecting no .steps to maintain at liighust possible efficiency the ilefent es and fighting jimver of ihe country 'he part nf on whicl is feared that Italy's eye may hi turned is the canton oi Ticino, 01 Hie'Italian suit- of the Alps, knowi to thousands of tourists who hnvi travelled over the St. Ciotlmrd rail- road or Kalian'lakes. Its area it square miles and its popvilntioi: Brains Rule The World CHARACTER IS CAPITAL Prof. W. G. Alexander In his1 delightful series of lectures on HUMAN NATURE EVERY NIGHT beginning, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, at Y.M.C.A. HALL nisht'free; collection taken. Crying Babies DON'T.JMSS hearing his most popular lecture on LOVE, MARRIAGE AND JEALOUSY made by numerous -'landlords. with Rest into th-a realm knowledge as it is contained in the halls mid colleges of Oxford. Ten workingmen, specially fnyored They assert. 1 hat the Jong drought ras played the part of a tong-austain- id earthquake with tlie heavy rains cthig as the final shake. So severe iag' Jjeen the action .on many IniUd- inga that the repair bills will cnual hut wlmt has fociisscd att the I'ental for ihe next ten years. The shrinkage of the clny and other Kiigattinc region of l-lusicLii Switzec- laud, it; is niark'Ki iipon the maps a colored cjircls of llic Malian' ir- ryiionlisls (agitators for a U nil or Italian as one of the re- gions ultimately iu-foe "joined to Italy inn par- liruliirly on flsr Ticino is iln.i vc.va- lion maiiifpstud in certain Malian siibBolls hits been so great that i in j quarters some places whole streets of houses hava developed threatening cracks, draining systems have been disorgan- building i illation of comparative develop- of brains was such as to.appeal For "'fully an hour laughter upplauss followed each ottiur, UK j professor ilescrilvad characterls- which all eonld verify in their experiences.' His "contrast' of heads and narrow heads in poll- have actuary been living in the col- lege rooms of- Balliol, and -with their jng busiest times coninides have dined In the famous j The damage to old hall. These students lulong t classes in connection with the Worl era' HdneaUonal Association, whio Salvation 'Army linmi- conducts tutorial classes covering' Inumt in Canada, with -vear8' C01irso the winte headquarters in Toronto. He will months in various f, These classes obtain a grant, avei next Sunday.! (mm His successor will he. Major -John McLean I education, and many who is at present, in ,iors arc gl.K] to glve theh. servlce Scotia, headquarters m Nalifa.v. j Adjutant. McKllicnnv, who was to s, preachers, fathers and hoys 'have farcvvcllnd from Winnipeg too, Df. only yvcniciatingly fiinny, but j will remain fn Winnipeg for the prca- thft lecturer began to dopict the ordei to proceed to Hamil- >ua side an intense hush showed hecn cancelled. 'audience fully appreciated points. 'We have al- hcard: "Boys, obey yonr par- 1 but never n sermon on "Path- t mire, mcirs social .secretary Sointi changes announcix! from Toronto headquarters of the Arrny art: as Follows Lieut.-Col. Pug- COCOA is rich in food value mid 'to digest. It is jvjtt iCocoa, pure Cocoa, ground rorn the choicest Cocoa jtf ind Doctors recommend ks ix in sickncu ur in lirailk Do You free for these summer lectures. One of the advantagen otfcrei I to the working men and women_ w'a the iiBHiatHiice of a tutor, who gave at least, three .hours' personal coach ing -to each student ovary week. Social and economic hiRtory at tracts the students most, and ns lecture is followed by a. discussion there are ample opportunities fa plain and direct outirtibn It is not so much to say'that hy this, means, the worldngmen dents give often as much knowledge take away succeed Col. CJaskin ns fichi'sccrefcary i'or Canadn. l.icut.-L'ol. Head, who has licen in of the Army's op- to ,no ,irofessors as -they crations in Ncwfonndland, withju-Uh them. in .St. John's, will suc- ceed Lieiit.-Ool. pngniire as: socinl pBcrclary. Brigadier Morhcn, now in charge of the Toronto Division, will j- succeed Licul.-Col. Heed, Newfound- Innd lirigadier Morhen will he sue-! cecded by' Chandler, now of London, Ont.', with hcadmiarters a I. Toronto. it is more neccssarv that you icoep Major Morns, Vancouver Uvr and St.on.ach succeed lol. w.lli hiM.ltfi.iu-- and u ,s to kero tors nl. I.oiulon, Major (irecn, !Bevvora ot a largo clly now of HamiMon.-Onl., will siiccfiul i obstruction. Major Mom's, w.ith licailqiiartcrs at! Arc you cle-.ni inside with Vancouver. merely forcing a Driirgdlcc Taylor, of tlic Training snsewny every few days with salts, School, Toronto, win' succeed Iliign- .ralhartlc pllla or cnstor oil'.' This Is Cascaret-K Insure. Inside ('Ic The millions of never e Headache, Con.tipation, Bit iousneis or Sick Stomach ilicr Sl.'.lolni. .Stftlt.Cnpl. AiKlincr Coonilis, of till! Tfmplc, Toronto, will sucrocd Tay- narr, of succeed Major with Important Cascarets immedintely cle.uIKO and l-Iallfav. All these chang- es i.ikc eflect this.month. Rev. A. Qnlnn, Baptist minister at Niagara Falls, has resigned from tho 'Ministerial Association as a result of Its disapproval of the of wed- ding fees with liackmun, who bring couples to bo wed. He, with A. P. K-annedy, iiroiuiBnil Jo discontinue the practice. sour, muligeslcrt and fonncnliiig food .and fonl aasos; take tho fixcoas Wle tlic liver and carry out of'tho 'system the decomposed waste matter ami poison In the Intestines uil.I howels. No oddH how badly and upset you feel, a Cascaret tonight will straight- en yon nut. by morning. They work 'while you sleep. A 10-ccnt box from nspectors are liav- or their cr.rcers. London his been especially severe. Has been a wholesale subsidence in a. number, of Hcrefordsiiire villages, and I some of Hie finest old homes in the districts of Ihe Midlands threatened with destruction. Arc-Ill- foots and builders attribute the dis-1 tuvbanccs solely to the steinliago of i subsoil, which is worse n" ilie clay soils which normally hold lli-a most water. liic strong Swiss fortili- cations of tlic SI. Rothard Pass which iloininalc the t'antoii. A aeries of articles on flic import- ance of these fortifications hy i Halinn. general lias recently appcarcil There i'" I'cila Sera of Milan, ili.it. Italian criticisms of tire Swiss mistrust have rather diminished i.iia Ull, arii fortilicalions arc being prcsscil. In Pessimistic Strain a recent article Or. .1. Schollen- bcrger, professor ni political science at ihe rnivnr.sity of main- tains Switzerland can little support from France and none from Italy, of llic neutrality and in- o' Swiss territory. A pos- sible combinalilon ia the minds of ill.1 pessimists is an Italian i.ccn- Ksiier Didn't Take Kindly io Crown nation of tlie Ticinnr v 'vould he conipensaleil hy EMPEROR WILLIAM REBUKED HIS SON The Reading Lamp Opticians agree that the light from a good oil lamp is easier on the eyes than any other artificial light. The Rayo is the best oil lamp made. It gives a strong, yet sofl, white light; and it never flickers. Jl pic- serves the eyesight of the young; it helps and quietens thiit of tile old. You gan piy 10, or (or olher lamps, but you cannot get better light than the low-priced Rayo givw. Made of solid nickel-plate'd. Easily lighted, without remov-' 1 ing shade or chimney. Easy to clean and rewick. cverywWa; or write for dwaiwive circulir direct lo any ace'ncy of The Imperial Oil Company, Limited Prince's Antics Berlin .Nov. rebuke has been ,dininistet-ed to the Crown 1'riacc frcihrick William through an inspired elcgiam from Berlin published in the Cologne today, and which ihf icporl. that F.mpcr- France would lie cnninDiisntcd hy the grant of Oncva, a town thoroughly French in JaiiRliage and sympathies. -Xol only Hwilzwlaml, hilt also Italy's ally, is thinking of the possibilities of Ital- ian Since Genera! Conrad mountain valleys of the Tyrol along tlie llalian frontier, has been curried .on with increasing energy until now every crinnectinp pass and valley be- yonr druggist your entire fpmlly feflllng good tor months. Don't, forget' tlic Illtle In- Kidcfi iiofd it. good, gentle 'cleanufng. or William his son for; l-w.i at tile head Ihe Austrian openly demonsti-ated ir.s .Stall fortification oi Ihe roval of tlic attacks on tlic govcni- Moroccan policy and his bdli- 'ose utterances at the Kcichstag on ['hursday. f.'or n similar instance of public cea-; ure for the Crmvn Prince, one must hack to 18113 when Crown Prince Frederick was rebuked for criticism f Chancellor Disniarck's policy in a made at Dai.lsiz. A despatch o the Cologne says, "We. be- cvi; It ir, be ihe right and duty o.'j he heir lo the throne to take a crest in politics. Us can not he re-, roaclicd for forminp: Ills own opin- eveii if i! is not coincident with imperial policy. We further do ot desire that. the Crown, tince be prevented from ex- i lessing his opinion in lilting manner nd not, however, in the eichstag, the efted oi which, we oiisider extremely grave." If e.ors' ilhotit that episodes ami s were reported lo Empefor William and the absence, of the frown Prince at Friday's .sitting was due two countries is closed by iortiflcalious. Now ai.lciition has been turned lo he .Stilfser -loch, a well known. Al- )ine pass, situated at the j'.inetion of he .frontiers of Austria, Italy, and iwitzcrlanrl. Over this a tiae carri- ,gr road leads from Italy ip Austria, 'lie pass lias hitherto been consider- d amply defended hy lhev fact that j he rouic passes for a distance oi bout miles across a narrow oint of neutral territory, but inee the eonstrnctign hy Italy.of ;i [irtified camjj at the foot of Monla 'n-.hritii ami of'a Corf .upon-, Monte Ip.i, both near the Italian end 01' the j uss. alid the extension -of the llal- ian railroad to Uirmio, a (alioi; lias started, for defensive mea- sures on the Austrian side. Removed to Suite 207 Sherlock Block Take the elevator W.R. DOBBIN Agent for Avery Gas i Steam Plowing Enginei. Coaldale-News warrant is out for Rarfdolpb Saarks, of Port Colborne, who, It in to cut his wlto's throat. Ooaldale. N'ov. 12. C. Pals spent last week in-North blisincsfi. licv. Cragit and family, 'of Tabor, visited several days at the Howson and Mi (ford homes. William Gallop and i norcil from Hlairmorc iniily have into the Emperor (o whom Thursday's event and considerations involved therein cannot he agreeable. Tim house, jus! east of town. Mrs. I-f. Pawson, jr., is Wednes- [lay's hostess for the. Ladies' Aid. Threshing is being very seriously delayed by the snow storm and cnld ivea thcr. Mrs. .Jennie Brown entertained Wednesday livening for liiss Winnie lalsett. dailies' Aid sttpprr for last Thursday rveniuc; was postponed .hi- lefinitely on account of cnld weather. An nscd Ohio physician claims in mve listened -to over loetures. he is ninrried. people are olil enough to know better nra apt that were young finonsli not to. fnf, woman shakes when Hhe she really, means It. Spino people waste n lot of mercy inn king worthless excusce. Uhaa. W. I3abcock, a night watch- man, dropped dead at Wellevflle, 54. Distributors for Western Canida, Foif.y Bros., Larson 4 Co. llonilUon nmy on Crown Prlncu will-rcturu tu Uaiiisiz. I WWinipeg; Edmonton, Vancouvtr, new Central fire station. Phone 733 FOR and you will get it The Alberta Cartage Go. A. H, Prop. ;