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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ftiil unlay, November IS, TTTE LETITHmDG13 DAILY ITRRALH 5 -Everything is Ready for Cohtest LTHER Is the householder who keeps his home warm; who snaps his fingers at Jack Frost, and laughs at the storm. Such indepen- dence comes to those whose home is heated with a HotVater Boiler And it is not enough to heat the house. You must keep it warm, and evenly warm. There is something wrong when everybody.crowds into one only warm place in the house." Vo-u need _ the steady, even temperature secured by a Gurnoy Boiler with its specially constructed, straight-wall fire-box, which gives no chance for clinkers to accumulate, and which allows the water to absorb ALL the heat un- til there is very little lel't for the smoke pipe. You need a. boiler that will run for years without repairs, and most important, leaks. The Gjirncy CAAT'T leak. J't's put together with'a smooth, metal to metal joint, which defies leakage, because there is no packing, or washers to rot, or threads to get crossed. You will perhaps need boiler that will fit a low cellar. We can supply it. Oar smallest boiler is only 49 1-2 inclies'high, and just as economical, and efficient as a larger one. And should you enlarge your building at any time, extra sections can be adtled to the boiler quite easily, increasing its heating power. But (ibis is not the whole story of "Gurney-Oxford." Write us for further, information and catalogues. We will appreciate a visit or line from you. .We also carry in stock a complete line of plumbing' material. CALGARY METALS, Limited EDMONTON LETHBKIDGE (Contlnutd Irtm Front Conservative Journal's Opinion Re Canadian Navy (Ottawa Journal.) Curiosity is general as tp what the I programme on the naval Issue will he of the Borden government Consider- i. fthlo surmise is appearing in the press. Now, to avwt misconception on an in- teresting point, the Journal to begin with, may as well say that It has no Idea what the new government's naval p.olicy may. prove to be. This fn- liiark is not superfluous, for the rea- son that frequently of late years, the Journal has said things ab- out politics, Liberal papers have in- timated that the views expressed have prbbahly the cognizance of Mr. Bor- flcn. Truth to tell, Mr. Borden, while one of our valued subscribers, does not insist upon inspiring what the Journal may say now or at any time upon the naval ques- tion, or any other, question, may be pafely regarded by Liberal, papers or Anybody else, as said purely off our pwn hat, ao to speak. Thy Montreal Star desires in Us customary vociferous manner to have Horden urcsent two dreadnoughts to England. The Hamilton Herald wants to see Canada giving an annual jnoney contribution towards the Bri- Hsh navy. The.Journal prefers the establishment of a Canadian navy have never seen reason to change this view, The Montreal Star's proposition of giving dreadnoughts is well enough, if that step would not interfere with some definite naval policy by Canada it likely would; and no tempor- ary interesting and efficient, should be allowed to hinder a definite, resolute and policy of co-operation hy "Canada, in the naval insurance of the Empire. The Hamilton Herald's idea is the worst of all. To try the principle of an annual money contribution toward the -British navy would Invite sev- eral kinds of trouble. First, thoyc would he an annual squabble in ada the. principle. Next there would be an annual squabble in Can- ada over the amount. Thirdly, what- ever, the amount, some Canadians would think it too much, .and some British people would think it too lit- tle. Fourth, everybody opposed to Canadian naval expenditure, and many who would favor it if it were a direct Canadian work, would be spec- .lly irritated by the idea of sending FELL FROM A HAY LOFT Suffered Tortures With His Kidneys Until He Tried Gin Pills money out of the country to be spent elsewhere by somebody with whom this country has no say. Fifthly, if the British Admiralty did not use th'a In conuection with his work, ho said he believed that he had alwiiyB tried in undertaking which had come under his consideration to do what was host In the Imprests of the whole of the city. He was aspiring to a higher position. Ho might or mljfht not have an opportunity of Hitting at the same board with some of them next year. Mo would leave tliiil to the ratepayers to decide, but If -they decided that-he should have the opportunity, life would continue to do as he had done, that in to work at all times In the Interests of the city as u whole. Mayor Adams Replies His Worship, Mayor Adams, In re- plying, said that he was sorry that long partnership on the board was about to li'e severed. There was i nothing fur them to do but to accept I Al dorm tin Uoodefs resignation, and wish him success on his new venture. j Their relations on the council had {always been most friendly, and he jwas that, the aldermen agreed I with him in expressing their appre- ciation. Alderman Bowman said that while Alderman Goode's resignation would be dealt with by O'f gener- al regtel from whole council, he felt tha-t they could pay the retiring: member a tribute of their apprecia- tion, lie has been one of the strong- est members on the council board du riii the year, and by his far sight- ed course in some of undertak- ings has been Instrumental in saving (he city thousands of dollars. Similar expressions of regret and wish'es for future success were ex- pressed by the remaining aldermen and on motion of Alderman Bowman and Oliver, Alderman Goode's resigna- tion was accepted. Election Bylaw Passed The special business of the meeting was to pass a bylaw relating tp the ap- pointment of deputy returning officers for the municipal electiojis. The ne- cessary bylaw was done and passed in the usual manner, and J. H. Fleet- wood and H. W. Me-ech were named to assist secretary-treasurer as dep- uty returning-officers, the former at North Lethb-ridge and the latter at the Fleelwootl school in South Leth bridge. Deficit' Is During the afternoon the corn- money in some specific way. neither mtttee of ihe City Council and the Ag- Canada nor Britain would realize :the jrlcuttural Society had met to consid- PIANOS PIANOS P I A N O s LISTEN! to prices we arc now quoting on a few shop-worn and second hand pianos wo have in .1 Cabinet Grand, mahogany case L Studio, mahogany case, a snap J. High Grade Upright, shopworn, walnut case Sl.einhach Upright, walnut case, shop-worn, snap 1 Small Upright, mahogany case, I Circassian. Walnut Mason Eisch, discontinued 1 Damaged Case, 1 Player Piano, mahogany case, a snap The above mentioned pianos are all In perfect condition and fully guaranteed by UB, and we will exchange them at any time on higher priced or player pianos. The puMIc is Invited to inspect these pianos without obligation. Mason Risch, Ltd. LETHBRIDGE E. McCAW, Mgr. Store open evenings o'clock. Dominion BJk. p i A N O S PIANOS PIANOS attend while, if the Ad- miralty did use th'e money in a speci- fic way, that way might not please' Canada. Finally; there would be neither educational value nor national satisfaction for Canada herself. May we ask what particular off em- j inacy this country that to undertake a direct naval responsi- bility is -unwise? Are we not fit- to rank in national effort with Argentina, OT Chili, or China, or .Denmark, or Belgium? What's the matter with na? Is the breed here inferior to that in Australia, or. New Zealand? have constructed 'the "greatest railways In the world, and the greatest canals; we have in- forty years welded half a con- tinent of sparse, feeble provinces in- to a strong what mysterious disability prevents us building war- ships? Extravagance, is it argued? Corruption? Nonsense. There will be no'more-of'either than there has 'b'oen about the rest of our on the whole, has -been a mia'hty good job. ricultural Soci-ely. It showed that there was a d'eficit from 1931 for op- erating tsi S21-M.9Q. and with the-de- ficit from 1910 of the council was called a. deficit of As the society requires some money for current expenses, the report was brought in that the city should pay over to the society approx- imately This report was ed on motion of Alderman Oliver and Alderman Bowman. They also order ed Unit the City Cartage Co. be on account in connection construction at the new fair grounds and that the same be charged to cap ital account. Will Award Paving Contracts Mayor Adams introduced the mat ter of awarding the paving contracts, He thought it, advisable that the pre- sent council d'aal with -the matter, for tlio reason that they are in possession of information which they have.gath- ered during various trips throughout the year, when they went into this matter very fully. He thought, tha' Jt is true that some time must el-1 as the money had been voted, apse before a Canadian navy can be an efficient factor in imperial defence. Bur. so must some time elapse before anything that Canada could do would be an efficient factor in Imperial tie- Possibly money yenl to the Ad mini 1 ty would be, f or a more effective in sea power rcnce. British 000, -for this purpose, and that they had intended using it for this purpose this year, they should at least award the contracts and save all possible de- lay in the spring. This was heartily concurred In by the aldermen, so Instructions will given to the city engineer to rush tban direct Canadian expenditure. But Uhe specifications for this work out as such money subsidy would not In ordw that the may be mean Canadian national education, awarded during the latter part of De- nor Canadian industries, nor Canadian jcember. ciews or nor Canadian pride, Alderman Goode stated that al- You might think that Mr, Baker needed a surgeon more than GIN PILLS. there were no bones broken. His back was strained, which was harder to curq because nothing stcmccl to do any good: It is the name with a sprained ankle and broken leg. Von can set the fracture and it will well in six weeks the spraiii may take tnontlis to get well. 1 [owcver, Mr. Baker found the quick way to get relief from the his own words, ADLTSVILUI, ONT. "I have been ft sufferer from Kidney Trouble from an injury to my back caused by falling from n hay loft about six tgo. Tins Jcft my kidneys weak, so that every cold I not would settle in my kidneys and .intense suffering. I was advised to try GIN PILLS. I found, to niy surprise, after taking that the pains were relieved and 1 began to feel better. I am still taking GIN fLS null feel sure I will be completely cured. I recommend GIN PILLS to nil who suffer from any Kidiiey C. BAKER. You nee, the fall had strained the kidneys ami they were affected by the slightest chill. GIN PILLS imwcdi- alely strengthened the Goolhcd any irritation and thus enabled the kidneys to overcome the effects of the fall. If you are having pain iu Ihu trouble with kiilncys or bladder through accident or over- just as Mr, Hakcr GIN PILLS.' They will help we will promptly refund your money. Buy six boxes at your dealer's. If, after taking them, you feel that Gin Pills have not helped you, return the empty boxes and get your money. We will take your word for it. roc. a box, 6 for Sample box sent free if you write National Drug mid Chciiiical Co. of Canada, Limited, Dcpt, A I) Toronto. NATIONAL LAZY LIVER PILLS regulate the bowels'and cure Constipation, U.iliousnwd and Indigestion, a box, 111 ii would speedily bo an Infinitely poorer thing for the Empire. Cana- da's motto should not he cither gifts or tribute. It should be co-operation upon a basis of national self-respect, self-confidence and s'elf-eft'ort, These things a Canadian navy means. PROF. ALEXANDER TONIGHT have not yet hnard Prof. Alexander should nnt fail -to liuar his lecture- at ihc Y.M.C.A. hall tonight, jit tlio closj 01 which lie promises to give an" exhibition of character read- ing while Sunday at p.m. and 8.30 he will lecture tr? mm only at I'lie Starlaud theatre on heredity. He Pntiiiniios hi.s lectures i next week, giving Iiis lecture on train- I ing diildrcii Monday evening, and on Wednesday will his most, fcop- I Wednesday will deliver his most iir.p- and Jealousy." though he would not be with them as {a of the board at the time, ho would he glad to consult with them in ah advisory capacity, as he had given a great deal of thought to th> i subject, since it was first discussed in tlie council. This was on the sugges- ion of the Mayor that he act in this capacity. The meeting was adjourned about nine o'clock, bin a large amount of business had been done, in fact, it was about the snappiest rriectlug the council has this year. A BAD FALL Ho great wn-a the indignation of rhe 1 .-vmeTtcftu colontFfs in 1785 agninsl stamp act, thai the ConnoeUcul stamp officer rode into tinrtford on a horse 10 deposit his resignation, iwith one thousand itnmvl farmers rid- injr aflfr him. and said he "jVh, Hfce vii'juh mi a pale horse with all hvll lOl'iOWillg llltfl." MORE JUDGES ARE NEEDED IN ALBERTA 1 Calgary, Nov. don't know what those fellows at Ottawa are thinking about." said Mr. Justice Stewart, in the criminal supreme court Friday afternoon in referring to the failure of the department of jus- tice to provide more judges and legal machinery generally to take core of the. constantly increasing litigation in the Alberta courts. Judge Stuart, is also generally in- censed at the dilatory methods of the Crown iu not having its cases ready j for triiil. "There is a limit to every-j said His Lordehip, "find now t nil those who are out on bail will have! l.o come in tomorrow mottling to have! their bonds renewed." Although there! Brc a large number of rawos still bo heard, Judge Stuart remarked that! ho would not sit after today. His eision 1.-! presumably due to the dilii-j lonnusu of the crown, i HEAVY LOSSES ON THE GREAT LAKES SHIPPING INDUSTRY SUFFERING SEVERELY BY HURRICANES- LIVES IN PERIL Detroit. Mich., Nov. score of damaged vessels in places refuge, a number of deserted bargea left to live mercy of the elements, sev- eral costly' vessels- aground, many Bailors cared at life saving sta- tions aiid the prospects that the Hffl savers must battle throughout the night to present the loss o'f Hvtes. Such is already the partial toll of .a fierce gale and blizzard which raged ou Lake Huron and Lake Michigan and across the Straits of -Mackinac today and tonight. Alpena was prac- tically isolated for hours. Mackinac City, .Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Cadillac and neighborhood cities were in the 'path of the storm. Passenger and freight trains have been tied up at Cadillac, The barge-Isabcllo Royce, coal laden, and the steamer .United Lumbermen, reached Alpena minus their barges. The Royce lost hers between 'Middle ami Thunder Ray islands and both lif-e saving crews aro searching for It. A tug attempted to istance to the United Lumber- rges, 'but was to gei close by. Alpena also reports that, the lumber schooner Coresand is in a bad way off Scarecrow Point near which place is another steamer cither aground or anchored. Lose than a mile Prom her Mackinac City dock is the new car ferry Schiof AVawatam aground. cannot bo released until the storm abates, but is expected to weather the gale. How to get the most Values when You buy Clothes. A SUIT of clothes has three points of style, fit and wear. You get the utmost Style value only when your suit is cut to fit YOUR individual tonality. That means tailor-made clothes. You get the utmost Fit, value only when each garment is made to conform exactly to YOUR figure. That means tailor-made clothes. You get the utmost Wear 'value only when your tuit is made of a standard pure wool fabric. And that means tailor-made clothes, We give you the utmost value in Style and Fit-by apply- ing all our knowledge and artistic skill to the making of YOUR suit. RIDPATH CASH TAILOR FUR REPAIRING A Hull Block SrdAve. S. dent Castro, at the head of a consider- able body of revolutionists, has met with disastrous defeat, near San Cristo- bal. Castro's whereabouts h-ia been n matter of considerable uncertainty for several months. Venezuelan cen- sors have allowed little news of him and his revolutionary movements to sift through. The despatches from neighboring countries made it evident that, a revolution of some seriousness CASTRO MET WITH SLASHING DEFEAT DISCREDITED RULER APPEARS AS REVOLUTIONARY LEAD- ER WITH SAD RESULTS was either coming or already launched, jident Gomez has had men mobil- London, Nov. Venezuelan but moat of the advices have'careful-1 lied near the border ready to fml] on The last recent news on Liristad Cuimcoa, on came from Thursday last. This was that Castro was residing on his estate at Cucata, Columbia, on the Venezuelan fron- tier. Cucatii is less than 60 mlUs> from San Cristobal whonj Castro's der feat is reported. Tf Castro crossed the frontier he would find himself face to face with serious opposition. Pres- consul received cable advices from larac-as informing him that Efc-Preai- ly insisted that Castro in the proposed uprising. part Castro as soon as he entered the country. OVERCOAT SATISFACTION! MAKE FIT J STYLE r-DAY or to-morrow drop into any up-to-date Jothiiig store nnd nsk to see a "SOVEREIGN" OVEKCOAT. In fit, style and workmanship, both inside and out, you wou't find better coats anywhere. The sturdiest imported tweeds and worsteds, in the season's newest effects, are put into SOVEREIGN OVERCOATS. Ask the clothing knows. W, E. San ford Mfg. Co., Ltd. HAMILTON, Ont. WINNIPEG, Man. ;