Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, November IS. THE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 HUSBAND TIRED OF SEEING HER SUFFER Vegetable Compound, which made Wife Well Woman. Mlddletown, Pa.-" I had kackuclif and such iTif ul bearing down fains that I could not be on my feet at times and 1 had orga nic inflammation L'jdly tilt I was not able to do ny work. 1 could not good meal for my hus- band and one child. My neighbors laid they thought mr tattering was terrible. II y husband got tired of seeing Amusing Incidents During Hunt JJ; in Police Give Chase AT 60 ENJOYING PERFECT HEALTH Ittam Ik Tata 6IN PILLS A promiarot Coniulling Engineer of S.-w York City, thus heaitilj endorses GIN PILLS 39 New York, (IleynoH's Weekly) has been tbe sceue of a battle, in Its way unique u that which, 100 jisrs aso, decided ttii; Cato of Euroito. Fur there sui'jly Is no precedent for eight lions and a tiger being at large In tho very heart of a European city, like lhe Saxon and one night went to Iho drug capital. Considering the forces store and got me a, bottle of Lydia B. gaged, the of amiminl- rhiiham'l Vegetable Compound and was cnonnous. 11 on the tcli me 1 must take it 1 can't tell you Btroko of when a carman your medicine hu done forme, I was greatly bent Died from the first and it hu ft well iroraan. 2 can do all mv housework and even helped soma of ny fricndi well. I think It is help to alt suffering women. I have got several to take It after see- rhood of lhe (n the travelling home of a happy fcllno family, consisting .ot elsht HODS and lionesses and a tiger. U was a done, for autumn nlghl, slid the carter was i Esi-E-SEHADE, 219 Eut Usin i probably very thirsty These, at any aro the only things to explain .recordisaproudandhon- lie r. cllnllEK- tllf IrtmllrO oratta one. It u Tictoryoterthe ob: lhatdnlouldi tib'.is'jfd fut that Lydia E. Fraiham'i ip and diiztns and citlzencssc-s in light attire leered through I'M mist lii vain endeavors to discover of GIN .hat about, and add- j od to it by their shrill and raucous; perfect fioai Kidney and irios. ily .this tune ilifc caiman BUdder incident to one of my been Informed that his charges' tgft. I urgently recoBtiuaJ GIN PILLS n to Meads u being lhe one ihinjf that E.G. WOOD TOKU. In Memory of the Late Lady Empire Represented nu of his horses. With com- good L- pluck ho flung his arms are they ce round lhe beast and dragged It ort if ILLS the urine uf'jtra! by main coMs sctlliog on the kidneys c ted waidof! Rhcr.tnalic numi Lion on a Motor Bus every box of GIM PILLS at the dcu, was given at Kassifern tarm, on The terrified lion, looking around j Rposilive to give j services. The church is 'n l-ord i Sunday, by ex-Govwnor Ehen S. WMP- for other means of escape, spied satisfaction or your monty Jstratl.ccn.Vs resiOei.tc in of Massachusetts. Tbe menu con- London, Sov. 18. north Audler street, St. Mark's, rs filUt! today PREMIER PARTAKES OF REAL SOUTHERN DISHES AT LUNCH Hot Springs. VSL, Xov. lun- cheon hi honor of the Canadian Pre- mier. Robert Borden. and Mrs. BOT- Fall And Winter Excursions Berthing Lists New Open Attractive Saltings by Various Routes a motor bus and hurriedly scrambled I promptly refunded. on to the front where it! an 1 crowds in thei sisted of filed chicken, southern car that came that way bumped Into Vegetable Compound hai restored the caee lu auch a manner as to fiicg took of the driver's seat.1 Xot to (ind ihid an ideal onn from the point of view of j security, it eijOort-d lhe interior of i the vehicle, and eventually descended by the stejis into the street Hut here r It WOE confronted Ly a line of police heralding Ihelr approach vviili flashes of tire and alarming Octonalioiis, EO it hastily climbed up the driver's seat, where "it was EOOH stretched dead by a hail of revolver bullets. An- other of the lions jumped over a fence Into a garden, whither it was followed Hie who riddled It with lead. The chase now concentrated Itself on tbe escaped animals which i rtid to thousands of such Kuffering open its grated door woraoV Why don't you try it tf you j j-o doubt (he animals were rudely and i a. sense that something not quite i jjon 1 in accordance regulations had They found Uie'door land tuturally stepped out to tseo what WBU the matter. For rhfiy etood in irresolute perplexity. Xura- Tbe I hers of tramcars, with fierce, lU-ry icometl up through the mist. flitted about, tries of fi cenltuai U had held together. But at this point 1 uji Ju a state of great inplored liie [olfco to siiait her shed pels. She assured them if she was left to deal Tvitb the Hons by i sixm have (hem all v securcd j tlscir cage. As worJs were urjavaM- Very 111 Had No Foun- dation Quc., Kov. IS- To a score ol (fiends this morning, who were astonished lo i E mttea aooui. shc trjed to lllterpMC her were asionwnca 10 inwi IBI. pa> ,f fear and appeals for help. The belween the flnd! magnate on. the street. Sir ai7 Illuminations were repeaud her foiir.fcotwl fritads; Bul lf the VEn llomc Saje-ahso uic dcnia i .repVfreeij iueighborl.oad. 'Ihe jieprcsMtitiws ol the diolama-. cvei) ineaitier of tliC.Cina.dian munity. Tbe notables preV-ut invlu-led Am- bassador I'age, of 1U UnitcJ Statss, the Japunse Lord Mras- isey, Admiral Hon. Sit Kob- jert Fremantle r. G. Bailer, repre- Itt. Iloa. Lewis Harcjurt, the colonial setietnry Sir .Jufcn Ander- son -and Kir Jlartiaann Wolfgang Just, .under-ictretary of stale fcr the colonirs Alex. son, Hon. W. -S. Fi riding-; Hon.! Thomas High Commis- sioner.for New Zealand Lieutenant Colonrl, Hon. Sir Newton James Moore, fcr Western Aus- oitciaUy rep'tesented and the Agents General of the CaniiHan prcivir.c.s all attended. Kurl Grey fs on the conti- nent, Lady Sybil Grey attended. Lord 'Strathcona was a pathetic figure SiCaviTy on arm of his daughter, the HOD. Mrs. Robert Howard. Other near relatives were, R. J. B. Hov.-ard and Donald, Harry and Arthur Howard, and 31iss How- ard, grandchildren. The ssrvke was conducted ir.ckded vi.glnla ham. vegetables, preserved buttermilk and To The Old Home In Scotland, England and the Contintnt can be made st the lowest ccst. Large new steamers. Weekly sailings. Ileserre ac- comir.odattons novr. For fuU inrorciation atk any raUway or Eteainstt'ii agent, or, H. E. L1OMAN, General Agent, 349 Main St Winnipeg, Man, MONTREAL, UUEBEC, LIVERPOOL LAURENTIC Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From Portland Ha' if ax CANADA 2 Dec. 3 MEGANTIC 6 7 TEUTONIC 13 Dec. 14 C. T NEW YORK White btar Line LIVERPOOL Nov. 20. CedHc, Dec. -1, Baltic, Dec. 11 Celtic New Sauthampton, Ptymc-uth OLYMPIC ft long Nov. 19 antl Dec. H. MAJESTIC Nov. 20. OCEANIC, Dec. 5 New York, Dec. 12 Boston, Queenston, Liverpool Nov 18 and Doe. 15 Arabic The Laursntlc and Mcgar.tlc are the largest iu the Canadian Trade and embody all tho comforts and or up-to-date travel, The Teutonic, Canada and Arabic are termed One-Class Cabin Shtps OH which passengers have tho beat ac- commodation B at Second Ctaas rates. Contort and economy com- bined. For mtes. Otber Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc., apply to nearest rail- way or steamship agent or write. W. M. McLEOD, Canadian Waitirri Passenger Agent 333 Main 31 Winnipeg LOCAL AGENTS _ S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT Ask abo'jt our Nine Cruises to Pan- ama Canal and West ladles or -Medit- erranean Cruisos to the Riviera, Italy and Egypt. railroad DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF NtW YORK PURSUES ELEMENT IN Bl FORCE New York. Nov. nej Whitman yeslerdaj- look a firmer K is Uppe: d an turn yesterday that U would not be surprising if the Lady Trainer- glng womai, to Uie rear, f anti Not so'the tiger, .which, with the they (mured In a rapid and relentless nln-1 rain of projectiles, and three more lvhi-fh in the a motor hrnu-ham nlsoi waB to the tnrct that ,vos micd sacll from all back to the van and shut i e perforated like sieves. Tlic ad-! [ventures of the two animals Hiat grand jury handed down Indictments the 11 also induced one o before the end of the week. I the tO'relurn lo its proper abode _ man will not say how many persons .Meanwhile the other lions worotPJJf he has in his net, buL it is hinted the wandertnir atout "at a loss list of true bills way be larger tfean expected at first. Whitman knows a hotel in Times Square, it. is bftid, where tbe money that c-ollccted from wire-Uppers- turner! over lo cerZain minor po- lice officials. The District Attorney's office is confident there is no escape from thefc indictment of policemen higher up who have been getting the stuff. When remained at large were the oddest i; feature of Ihe whole incident >Aa L1 think oE. I did not around, tor the hoa'-ilVAS'lhC llus Harbor of refuge..their eyes Uon fce b HnriT- _ i.iii i letters thai have given, my 'address 'yesterday- wtre conspicuous-at the rear noon. That'is the only ht-arse: actual interment, took nlace at ivhal Uifhard met rnc at "the- sta- .l To Europe from Canada Direct by the Od RtliaMe CUNARD UNE CARRYING ONE CLASS CABIN AND THIRD CLASS S. S. Andania and Alaunia Each, Tons. NEWEST VESSELS IN THE Fioin IS From 22 For of jatlinf i lerrj Ne w York, apply to Local AfenU, or. THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.. 304 Main Fiom Dec. SHCUL CHliSTDAS SA1UMC TO QfEZJUTOlH. From Tbc. 13 from Portland, Bocton S. B. MITCHELL, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 1'revious lo receiving (he reporter frantic efforts of well-meaning but in- T dUereet pursuers In _ theflrobrlsaUelsI.ord H gh hverj- thing E13C lo wh.ch people urn -in all must t c their identities arc revealed, it Is pre- better enulpoed for the dieted the jiublic will bo aatoniahcd In "e r ogolnst lhe The r who -jso assembled in great foree, of her bedroom. Next month a corps of 30 picked Siredlsh jjmnaEts will visit Ottawa at the behest of the Crown Prince of Sweden, son-in-law of the Duke of COD- aaught. sound Instinct which Ions lo go upstairs. y who to put lie heard f j soft and stealthy and, loot- Ing down corridor, saw to her lior-. the j ringing out on every hand. Presently lly hubbub was increased frightened lions. Windows were (lung A Rude Awakening Along another corridor BABY'S OWNASOAP blood-cui-dllm; sbrlrt she Mammcd Joor (hcn h f or', fit ot REDMOND DECLARES HOWE RULE MUST NOT SACRIFICE FRUITS OF LONG BATTLE French- man was routed from his slumbers by a knocking or scratchjog" at his.door, Thlnfcing that perhaps somo urgent forecast ot the goveramcnt's new j message had come for him he dragged his sleepy limbs out of bed, and, rub- bing his eyes with hand, opened the door wills tho other. H Is highly favorable testimony lo the conduct of the lions through the whole nffalr that on his tfwn admission he at first sight thought thnt the animal which he found standing outride on the mat RnchrsirvMinn., NTov. of Knzlind's surgeons at- tended the clinics in Rochester this morning and remain in (he city for a number of days, during which time they .will, deliver lectures before lhe Surgeons1 club, which is composed ol the vjsiting and local surgeons. This afternoon Sir presi- dent ol the Hoyal College of Sur- geons, gave an address on the ad- vancement of surccry. Tomorrow afternoon Sir A. Lane will Rii'c. a lecture hclore the club. Sir A. Lane is jirivate surgeon to King George and also THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER.C.V.O-.LL.U-, D.C.I_ Pruldtni ALEXANDER LAIKU, Cxacril.MiiiiCT JOHX AIRD. Asj't GfOfril Ml V. C BROWN, Superintendent of Wettern UP, iBBKEnilB, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS The Canadian Bank of by reason of Its large number of WMcbei M every Province of Canada, with direct reprcsenlalion in London, New .York, Francisco, Sealtlci Portland, Ore., Mexico and St. John's, Nfid., with led Correspondents in every pan ofthr is to offer unsurpasied lo lhe travelling public, cr.ablir.g thtm to obtain money ki lhe aimplesl wmy at point on their journey the v.-orld over. The Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit isncd by this Bank overcome the artnoylnr difficulties of oMMnmff zbroad, especially in placeus where identification is difficult. Cheques and Drafts on all lhe countries of I fee world, drawn iu Alerting, francs, lire, kronen, etc., can bo cashed or purctared reasonable W. 6 London, Nov. 18.-The keenest In- Mjifi George and also surgeon to T f.rt O -T liw.- terest 1B excited throughout Ireland Hospital of London. Me is 'a LClflDuQRC DiauCn the forecast of the goveramcnt's new jiccoRnUed-authoTity on hone 5urgc-ry _________ ority on hone 5urgc- a nurauer of operations hear proposals which appeared yesterday, j ant Both parties, it scsms, arc ready ror'naine- Ho is th? exponent ol the strong'objections to the temporary ex-1 hrlf: hs a caU. I Jut even a calf is enough lo make Ihu sleepiest man store when it comes knocking at lits bedroom door r.t midnight In a So the Frenchman opened his eyes very and then he realized that lhe Intruder was the very reverse! of a and he, lost no time in shutting .the Tor a lhe lions had the pYern- to tJicmseh'Os, and prowled about the corridors at will Eventually, however, a.number of.the raembois of the staff of Barnum's" circus, to j which 'he cacnped animals -belonged, and of (ho Leipzig Gard- ens appeared on the scene, nnd'Hille difficulty was experienced In flinging nets nround tnc beasts, anj so bring- ing their escapade lo an'jnd. lhe largest intestine ot I elusion of Ulster from the operation inc or6aniM" is usclffis and lins per- of the Uome Rule Hill. The unity of ?rmcri a of Ircland not merely a conviction, bill a principle for all Irish Nationalists r'Dr: l to They would teel no for an h05Plial- Wll! on Irish parliament the Inclusion of Ulster from lhe "outset, Moveover, Keilmcmd's preallge has beenMmpalred by tho rew latjor movement, ,Ho would make many new enemies and stimulate mnuy olJ ooes If lie agrceJ even lo n lemvorary diminution of hla party's historic claim, Speaking at last night, Tledsnond heaped fresii ridicule on ster, ar.d fresh the Liberal party.' He atldtxl: "We arc not going lo satTlfice in a niomc-nt oJ r'ctOry the fruits ol our long bailie-" Baby's soft skin is the test of BABY'S OWN SOAP- and its constant use iu thousands of nurseries is satisfactory proof that its fragrant lather helps and whitens the most delicate skin. No imitation hss all the merit of BABY'S OWN SOAP. ALBERT SOAPS United, MONTREAL: NATIONAL. Y.W.C.A, OFFICERS Winnipeg. Man., Nov. tf. W. Ho.veil, of Toronto, was ro-electcd Fresldenl of lhe nallona. Y.W.C.A, at this morning's acs.iJon. Mrs, Falconer, of Toronto, Is first vlce-president, and the for the provinces arc: iVova Scotia. Mrs. Hall- CapUin Vcn'fax; Quehcc. Mrs. F. D. Adams, Mon- treal; Onlarlo, Mrs. Leonard. London; Manitoba, Mrs. Colin Campbell. Winni- peg; Sarkalchewan, Mrs. Forsyilie, Re- A.berla, Underwood, Cal- gary; flrhlah Mrs. Cowan, Vancouver. GERMANS INVEST IN N. B. St. John, Si. 11., Nov. Dcr Oslen ol JJerlin, have from lhe Provincial government a ol.Iotty sqiwtc .near Sussex, 1J., and will prospect for sail, gypsum potassium and pe- troleum. The fs at mill'On dollars and in partic- ular the promoters expect to dr.vtbj) a lilg- industry in poinssEuni. whicli is known to exist in nnd lor ths United'Bites' ol- an 'almost unlltnHccI Wood, ,c.v-govcrnor of tlie state of and.a wealthy Lerman, who died suddenly, 'aged a iiatlve. of 3L Thomas, OaU nfltirrocn. WHITE STAR LINE'S MAMMOTH'' LONDON-PARIS CMrtwn mt Holiday SaUlng December 13 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, OR I.OCAL AQENTI UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY Sale to be held on the South-tact quarter'of Section Townthlp TO, Range 22; 6 miles from Noblt rtntlon, 7 mlTes from Diamond City 8 miles from Klpp and in one of the centrei of farm belt, AH mares bred to the herae. HORSES 1 Pair Matched Bay Geldings, 7 years old, IJOO tba. 1 llroun RcMing, 5 years old, 1400 1 Sorrel Mavc, 7 years old. 1200 Ibs. 1 Urown .Mare, 7 yeats old, 3200 Ibs. I Hiacl; priding 4 years old, 1200 1 Sorrel Mare, 3 years old, 1200 Ibs. 1 Orade I'ercIiPran Horae colt, 1200 ttia. 1 HI'le Mftrc, T. ycnra 12P0 Ib8- 1 nrnde'PercheroFi Stallion, rising two yeara oW, 1 llnnn Marp, rising years old. 1 Hay Uelrtlns, 7 years old, 1500 fts, 1 Black mare, 7 yean 1 Inch. 1 Imperial Gang Piow I Xew Meson, incli. 1 New Idsal Sulky Plow. I Weber Wocgon, 354 Inch. l Mawey-Harris Walking Plow water tank and pump al] com- stubble breaker. 1 John Sullty Plow, 18-ln. 1 set of 3-Scctlon tron Harrowi, nearly tew, vltli truck. 1 Saddle and Bridle. 2 double of team liarncsi. 1 set Double Light Karnoii. 1 Slnglo of 1 Doublo Democrat bussy. 1 sErjglo hugsy, pole and shafts. 1 Masscy-Harrla Dinder, S ft cut 1 Deerlng Mower ncarlj new, .6 foot cut. 1 Horse flsko, U foot J McCormlck Drill, 16 dljc. cows, 1 heifer rising old; nil jood brood stfws due lo litter about Nor. iOlh. CO rMckens, B ducks, pigeons, 60 turksyi. Also shovels, [.Icks, suadcs and other numerous to mwllcm. TERMS OF sums of under cash; over this amount half cash. Twelve rnontha credit on Mrnlrtlnjr approved joint notes .with fnlcrwt tt S'ptr cent OB all crtdft tmounU of 8 per cent off for FARM FOR hroke and" under cultlvaUoa. Terras 10% and balance'in thirty days.' MorUaea to assumed.. PROPRIETOR. E, WHITE; AUCTIONEER, J. A. SMITH.