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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. November 17, THE LETHBRIDGR I) ilfiRALD .SUFFERED SO MUCH SHE WANTED TO DIE "FnitMim" girt jfer HE IS NOT IN RIGHT TH HIS DAD ENTEU'RiSK, ONT.rOCT. "Porserea jeirs, 1 suffered whh Tthat plijsicitns called a Hypodermics of Morphiue to be tiveu tut lo ease Die paiu. Uuriag one of tbtsc bad spelli, a family friend brought a box "I'mit- a-tiveV' to tlie I was bad I'jal it wis only vlien 1 hid taVeu nearly two boiei tbat 1 began to experience relief. I kept up the treatment, hgweter, aad fter lading five boxes. I was cured, and when 1 appealed on the struts. 1117 friends said (1Tbe dead has cotne to life" and this seemed literally true because I certainly was at death's door" MRS. JAMES PBNWrCK. "Pruit-a-tiees" are sold by all denten 500 box. 6 for f trial size, 250, or sent postpaid on receipt of price Limited, OUawa. OBITUARY COLUGH Wiltratn Col Her, 54 years, sue mtiLoi! to a strode ol paralysis his inurniiig, after having been con .nod to the1 hospital for over, two ucks as HIP result of .au accident vhicli necessitated the amputation ol i foot. Mr. Collier had a resi- dent ol this cilr about a year, hav- ii.? roiiJE here with his family from Hcsidcs a ten sons uiii one ;to mourn ess. Tlie sons residing Let h bridge- ire Harry .1., an employee ol Me- vlllon's stoic; Godfrey, ol the Res funster; Walter and three smaller here and one in How Island. The Niuyhter is. still-In the old country.' !-'imeral arrangements have hern na'Ip for Wednesday afternoon, from .undertaking parlors to St; the obsequies vlli le conducted the P.ET. Cam-in tfi-Millen, and interment made Xmjliean cemttery. Deceased resided with Iiis son at ;I7 (jth slretl- south- SHIR. SAMLJX occurred on Saturday af- crnobn, _ of Mrs. Elizabeth Agnes SaTnllii, ot "Joseph. Rnmlin', 1277 Irrt avenue south, at iiic age of Deceased came from England, has resided in T.cthbridge irarly eight years. Slid leaves, hc- "Jier husband, The funeral was held this afternoon itjJ.Sft, froni the Jamil? "residence to St. church, interment to ic made in the Anglican cemetery; .MICHAEL MALLOY t '_ The death'occurred this mornlng'of Malloy, -a C. R. employee, jed 32-years..The funeral will be tomorrow afternoon. from Fct- lumena'sing parlors. As s. known, deceased had no fjriends or 'elatives jn.tht MILADI EDJTKD "IHO- 'ifr flti- GUIDANCE Upon the corner of a village ttreel. i Closs to tho limits of my homestead lands, An uu pretentious upright, firmlr Brands. Jn ylaiu, commonplace and ueai; To maV.e its purpose clear, its form Below Its top like still handd, A lettered board, transversely placed ihe siranger'a CLUBB AKO To tho path doubling feet. and the And when the x'islou stars Majcs.tcally move across the night, And GutI seems near in eternal eu no harsh voice the sacred si- leuco mare. beyocd tlie structure's slender helpht Tho shadow of a cross upon the sin Ah n son. Tucker -Hostesses Ipiaorrow: Mrs. Earlo H. Sloan, 1507" Fourth Avenue S.j for the rsi time since marriage. Mrs. JameB Campbell assist in receiving. Tiio -Misses Bavrden hare issued in itaUons for a card party on Mrs. J. Arraslrone k-aves io- moLroTr to spend a couple of weeks in f An open Deception will be held at The Crown Prince of Germany at a the V- M- f- A- Tliursday evening. recent militarj- evfcnt. It is said tliat wiicn the or the clty.and the c senerally are cordiallv invit- December Ulh is (lie dale hy the Woman's Auxlliarj' of St. Augus- tin's diurch for It'eir aunual bazaar and iale home vooklng. i The-Ladles' Aid of the Bap- tist Church will inwt !n li.u church on Wednesday St. Andrew's Chrisilan will unite this week with tlie meeting at S o'clock ou Thursday evening. Too A, Y. I1. A, o'. St. Cyprian's church will hold a Eoclal tonight in tho parish hall at S o'clock, when the young people t'ue church will be especially welcome. The G. R. Club met on Saturday afternoon with l.nzola Hardlo and out- work. The ibe future Emperor is ivUh -'The atove picture from a new photo doesn't look as if be minds It .very much. TWO BOYS WERE SUFFOCATED IN BIN. Ont., Nov. Harvty McCulloch, aged and John McGregor, aged 9, were suf- focated-in a .big bin eievator. comes'-from Taber that the miners have won-'out in first lasti Tvitli 'the operators. Some time go it was 'reported in the Herald hat tne oflicials of the union were cut on organizing the smaller miues n tlie Taher district, thus placing hfinselvcs .under the protection of he District No, 38 working agt -.cnl. At the-Block mine the. me a all ibc uaioh'and'wcre irnmediaii y dismissed. The men held firm, how- vtr, and President Smith, who is in hr city today wilh International rrl Member of Fernie, stat- d that the company has paid up .1 lowed the men to go back io tvorir. dismissed; the men given .n notice and were not peid thcit :k Tbe organization of Irfcf Is now. complete, B. C.; 17.1 ack slide "occufrert at Sea 'Beni Iuj7, .r.tar. Ruby CreeV at 5 o'clock iunday nioraiflgt. completely" xaverhig ic 'double' tracks of' the.- -Canadian 'acific railway with rpck.s, .some as much, as :.bne oris apiece. The track was.burieil 60 for a feet.' force _ot workmen1, were the scene from'Vancouver and yuatmte'fs re- move the hlockadc. "No trains '.verc i .the. vicinity when, the .slide- t dwiii. -11 is expected tempor- TJ- track will be built around the llde tonight. pis- cmgers arc afoot. ".ME OF TOWN TO BE PLACED ON Ottawa, Nov.- folio wing memorandum h'a's been Issued by thi oafofflco "It has been brought" to the alien inn of the dcparlmeui -rnanj- the algria lodkitlnf the fflco do not tho name o: ho In which it ii Itiuted, but; simply .-hear, the wor office.'1' "It has heen pofnfed out if tin sma of the post office was given In rMition it riot "only bn a con oalence to the traveling- public, bu fin adveriiscnjetii fpr'the (owi At. The department ajru'eg t lirf and It tt ho postmasters throughout tho coun Local DruggUt "Take We want to tell" Uiose In from stomach or boVol trouble thai we are Agents for tho simnte .mixture of buckthorn bark, gly- cerine, etc., known a? Adter-1-ka t3ie remedy which became, fa- mous by appendicitis, Tliifi i3 tlift most thorough Oowcl clo.inflcr knorn-n JUST ONE DOSE retlcveR'jjpur gas Ort stomach .9nd; constipation almost DIATKIA', Von will hn finrprla- cd at Ufa QUICK action of AdlcM-hn. ITIglnliolham Co., irnggislH, ngcnla. Judge Jackson -has returned after L visit to --Etfnioaton, vlli preside nt tbo regular monthly of the DUtrict DtBtrlct Coyrt sit tomorrow ijgfl will hfld in the room where ihim'oere are usually held. Tbe ,rict Court list Is ag foltqws: Large Duncan vs. Ocrkte Shepherd TSimlop) W. S. Ball Voble vs. ct Palmer i Mcl.'elUnd, Shepherd fc Dunlop; Sim mona vs, Thompson. W. S. Ball, Palm or fc Mcf.elland; McKadzen YE. Cor Chrati, S. Ball, Shepherd Dun op; JIcFadzen vs. W. S Sail, Shepherd Curoy vs Snyder, W, S. flail, S'nejherd lop. Small Co. .TS. Hyer Johtistoce Ritchie, in nerstjn; War rtn Bros. vs. Hill, Johnstonb ft HI chle, W. S. Ball; Pen-in Co; vs. Me Carty, E. V. PaTratr Mr- land; Fetruila vs. Charney, Con> bears Uo., nMacKenzfe Tnrncy Co. Sherman, MacKcen zle c, C. II. Ixiugheed; M< Corrr.ick Mfg. Co. vtf. Kriahburg, W. V Voipat, Davidson Jt WIllJ Orlsalt Va iSdiir.-'Totne Inveslnient Co., Johl stone Ritchie, Shepherd Dunlop Lumber Co. ve- .Chtpman Johnston o Hltchtc, In pereon; NOB vs. ThompsoDi Shepherd Dunlop, I person; Hayr.lfard'wsVc ton, D. H. EHprt1, R, Smith. 1 Workmen's Brin ton vs. G.-Harding Shepherd lop, v-- JOHN SURWASH DIES ;f Calgary, fjoy, .17. Or. formerfy protestor in Victoria University, Toronto, .In Cafgjry yeitcrcfay morning af- ter a long He had been Ifving- here hit dxUgMciv Mrt, Fttd Miss Proud, of Macleod, send a couple, of. days this weeTK o guest of Mrs. T. E. Xeale. i Mr. C, ,P. ReeveV of. Is lending a. iesv days with Jtrs.'T. E. eale and Reeve, ro 0 216- ilr. Shurtleffj ol the Bank of Com- baa -been .transterred 'to incher C.reefc.. During their ..shorj ay in the ciiy MK aiid -Mrs. Shurtr- tf have made many .'who ccerely rvgrel their departure. -Mrs. G. F. 'Heath has.rcturned froin visit in Moatana and 'is a. guest at he home of her cousin, Mr.'Gv E.. les. -She Kill .leaver for btr Bec- ome at Wycliffe. B. G.; early" this celf. SEASON'S LATEST CREATIONS; IN HIGH GRADE FURS Fine Fur Buying Days, for these are Fine Fur Wearing Days "VJ During "tho." offer lory in ,aur'ch last -night. .Miss-- Dorothy g ting Herbert Johnston's f I'm a with -flue effect. It is not aKery to say that this accomplished E lady" excelled herself and'j-en- d this "beaulUul selection with ptlosii ef if cllveness. .7 -Vsv lined plans for tho whiter work, T next will be held al the hoi of -Mrs. B, p. Lay ton. 1 ''A. special meeting entitled "AlVa well tiat ends inll be held at .he Salvation'Army Citadel this even- ,ng. the first of a series ar- ranged by the sisters o! the corps, and a goou1 program of vocal and in- strumental tet-ii arranged Miss -Minnie Tullech. All arc cor- dially Invited. 4. TJie Aid of Trinity church, HardieTille, are holding a bazaar and supper on Wednesday nevt, Nov. The 'sate will" begin promptly a-. 3 p. tn. and the different ivi.i Include a home cooking booth., ftsli pond and flower booth. There ivHl supper wIH be.Eeryed from 4 16 p.m. and a concert" will follow. Tlie ticket's are; and It Is hoped that o! Leili- bridge people as well as ihoso within the camp will avail themselves of the opportunity of showing their intcrei! in the young but'-Vigorous church at Hardiaville. .proceeds of ihe ba to the-rcduc' tlb'n of The St. Andrew's Chrl_stttias shop- ping bazaar .in-Bunsmanii's Thirteenth tempi rovr p.m. .'All kinds reti'a plothr.3, cooking" will' .-There will attraction such as a sges, con tests--in mental .anthmellc, etc.-. In will be provided during "the. and a. Iliie "prp- 'gram in the mwita VilVbe served both aJttraooh and evening. and '.'jikefut ch'ifo caoJy "and G. enlerUlned lie primary., class: ot; tho Christian Sun day- school on her horne, 431 ICth south. "A ;ol had a hirthda Despite the dtEasreeabic winO 'd'uriiig.tbc week, there was a birth torm on Saiurday aftprnopri, a.good- day. caVe with candles, numb'er called 'during the .receiving tb'.'lho. enjoyment'of -children ours, When Sirs. (Dr.) Kobertaon vas formally at home for tho first me since .coming lo LelribriiJge. Richmond roses and ferns adomfd The color scheme of the dining" room room, where- _ diffused Its .ruddy cheerful rata fi warmth. Mrs. KoherLEpn wore a.jbecoralng own of brown charmeusft touched with green and claVorated with lace, -Mrs. -H. S. Smith, who assisled eceiving, vore -a smart shot silk cos1 ume 'with toque in Bulgarian wilh leather mount. The dining table was centred iunshioy chrysanthemums; and Mrs. I Hamilton presided, richly gowned n ilaok with Alice The viands were served ty tdra Smith, gowned In pale blue silk eoltennp and black picture bat with feather mount. Freda MamfHon, in white with blue ribVoos, admitted ihc IS ALWAYS a comfort- ing sense of satisfaction and security in buying furs at the Hudson's Hay Co. stores. Where so much lias to be tak- en for is the case when you buy iuit- urally suggests Hie advisability of making your pur- chase at a firm like this far above, prof it, value (iur reputation for showing none but the hifjhi'sf grade of fur garments. Make your selection now, while Ills; slock is complete, for later on it may be impossible lo duplicate many of the attractive m'cccs now on dis- play. BEAUTIFUL, SUNK SETS, in throw-over style, with large Jluffs to match. These pieces are of superior quality and exijuisile workmanship: Set We hgvc a great variety of Mink Marmot and Muskvat Throws and Sluffs furs that have splendid appearance and wear. .Ing qualities at a moderate pi-ice: CC QQ Throws from SC.75 Muffs from NATURAL Y.'OLF STOLE in smart slyle, trimmed with tails; large Muff to match. S3B 50 :Price, per BLACK AND WHITE CIVET NECKLET AND MUFF in match. Exceptionally good value, QQ Price, per Set BEAUTIFUL BLACK CHINA LYNX NRCK- LETS, selling We have just received u shipment of lute arrivals in Ladies'. Coals." True elegance, in- 'Sividuality of sfylcS and perfection of work in unship, marks1 uaeli one of llibse. mchls. ,Fancy cloths and pbin Chincliillas, in Ian, aiid grey'. black Aslraclian coal is ulsorcproscnlfd SI? OD Price from HUDSON'S BAY STORES aspirants will haVe to come across bc- forB-thcy will he allowed 16 'blazon their names to the electors when rot- ing day is-at Aid. Lovering says that if elected he will put a stop to such practices. .Mr. Bartlett says was pink and white and on the chair, like grasping oppor- oMhe little .girl whose .bir'-htJay. va9 tunfty by tHj forelock. celebrated was an Immense bow ofj ptnk crepe f present wero Margery Tonge, An fongc, Huff, Elva Ixiuis Knapman, Lillian Knapnian, El- w'yn 'Peuatocfc, Carl Bobbins, Lu'da- Bobbins, Mildrcct Reid, Allen Quine, "Kathleen PJckel, Elliott, Konnan David Smith, Kathleen Simons and Lillian Mrs, Qulne asBKted Merchen with the llias Margaret Williams of Pullman, Washington, present. The ladles of Coalhurst are busy maklnp iircparations for a saJe o fancy, work to be held on Saturday evening, December Cth. A chicken supper will precede