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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 20.1913 THE LETHBRTIM3E DAILY HERALD Page 7 To The Old Home In Scotland, England and thi Continent can be made at the lowest coit. Largo new steamers. VfeeXly filllugs. Keeerve ac- commodations now. For full Information aek railway or steamship agent, or, H. E. LI DM AN, General Agent 349 Main St. Winnipeg, Man. WHITE STAR LINE'S MAMMOTH UDGE'S TIPS TO'THE An Excellent and Effective Ad- dress at B. of T. Luncheon by Judge Jackson A TIE VOTE FOR PASSED Some Stnnuoui Votlnj Grert Strife for How About the J25.00 YOU Working Over Field Loti cf Cullncu to be Gathered LONDON-PARIS VU Flrwk. Ckettavf M A or THE OWARD STZAHaHir CO., LTD, M4 WINNIPEG. S, I, MITCHELL, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. IMXM Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance er ether in one of boxes ros Special Prize For One Week's Work f To onditfate In the Herald's Subicriptipn Campaign turning In the mast money for Bubterlptlont for The Daily and Weekly Herald between Tueirfay, November 11th and Monday, November 24, (both included) wilt be IF A LADY X'Taifered Suit or Coat up to the total vilue of IF A GENTLEMAN WINS: f A Suit or Overcoat up to the total value of which may he "selected from the stock ol any inercbant afi- TertielDf in The Herald. The number of have no bearing .whatever. The winner wJH bo November 26lb, and the prizes TvlH be available imafediately." Votes isBiie'l upon subfterlptlons for thig prize yrill count for the reg- ular prizes at the close of the contest: candidate itaris an basis for the prize, and ones have not done much work, kland ai good a-wit nee to win as tbe candidates.who have been active from. the. beginniiic.; The amount of "money" the.' wluaer turns in will, "pot be raadV? public until'after the close of the-coQteet.'at vhlcb records he open.for inspection to anyone" who to examinei'ttiem. the not'care to accept a'sitit or coat, or over- coat, may bo, then The Herald will glw'tho lump sum ot 520.00 instead. FREE PACKAGE COUPON Fill out tlie blank licoa bolcur with your name and addreaa, cut out coupon and mall to the PYIU- MID DRUG CO., 406 Pyramid Bldg. Marshall, Mich. A trial package of the great Pyramid Pile Remedy then he sent you at once by mill, FREE In plain wrapper. Xame.......................... Street........................ PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND MAN DISPOSES OF HIS FOX FARM N TO SYNDICATE Charlolleiown, P.E.I., Nov. aeconri largest deal lu the fox bus iiesa on the istacrj UHS Just pu throug.i, James C. Tuplin, of Blac! the western part of the pro has cllsjwsed ol his farm Including a fox ranch and a large are ol 'shore front for oyster cuHlvatlo !o a syndicate composed mainly c Sotton capitalists and a few Js'lan moneyed men. ranch contain eleven pairs of. ftlack. foxea ot U hest quality." -The deal Involves' the half a million doT- Itre.' STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD SUB- SCRIPTION CAMPAIGN, According-lo Number of Handed in for Publication Up to Wed. Evening Nov. 19 (Continued (cent "In yov, lu the name of the .public, the most corJial 1 ray for the prompt arrival ot tbe1 our In vrhlch al] Mexicans may be] cd in close fraternity so that we! ay devote our decided energies to' ne great and of re-eoa-' ruetiQ? our nation." Continue Financial Bfockade Washfngloti, D.C., Nov. res ol official ton -R ere utoed today on cocgress nd Jluerta's on hla recent ot dictatorial The oesibllitjr tbat tbe new congress grant concessions, discredited Q adtance by tie United Stales, vras i ought ID many quarters to be irot on which the next move by this overnment might turn. Those who ave been of the opinion that Huerta rould retire after his act had been atlfled by congress, still held con. Sdcnce ia ihelr theory. So far as can e learned the American govetnmeDt ucann to continue Ita plan cf finan Ia] blockade, wUh diplomatic pree ,ure from without The eloBlng feature of Htierla'a message, in which, after proposing he sanction of ho that It tills withheld ami author ty entrusted to another, he and his ministers ivere agreed in advance to accept a result, was regardei vfth 80me slgntfkar.ce, indicating tbat Huerta himself was at last re- the possibilities of owe elimination. Some officials declared there no new move In prospect lor the 1m meddle future. It was also said tha instructions of a final charade tad eent to Charge nesay. The departuie oi WlHiam Bayard Hale, from Nosales, after par lejing with the was alao said to be a-factor in in delay. It !s now regarded as possibl that officials here, would await M: Bale's return to gain first-hand Info: matlbn before making another move. Huerta Friendly to U.S. Consul -Malco Citr, Nov. mark ed manner in whlcb dent Huerta diaplayed his cordlulil toward Nelson th American charge d'affaires, and ih way in which he applauded the pi a: ing the "Star Spsngted Uanner" t ycEterriay's reception tn Ctiapultept castle, were the subject of much com ment todav. Althpuah the entire di lomatlc corps was present, Gener Huerta did not converEO at lengl wltn any of the diplomats eicept MILLION ESTIMATES Ottawa, XOT. totall- ing have been prepared by the public works department This Is about in eicess of last year. Good Suggestion to Lethbridge People It is surprising the amount ol foul matter tUe slmpH; mix- ture of buckthorn birfc; ine, etc.. Kuowu as. Adler-i-ka from tin- system. twinio famous by cur- Ing ar.d acta 011 liOTH the upper aud iKiw- el BO thoroughly that DOSE relieves sour stomach, gag ou the stomach and coast1- patlon almost IMMK'JfATKLV. are mlsbty we are l.eii bridge agema for Adlerltui. J. D. Ulginbolham Co., Ltd. Druggists. end a copy to the American bast r advance of its delivery. LLOYD'S HEAVY LOSS London Nov. llabil- Ily of Lloyd's for shipping loss- es during the recent storms on the Great Lakes is calculat- cd at Try Salts If Kidneys Ache TAKE A TABLESPOONFUL OF SALTS IF BACK HURTS OR BLADDER BOTHERS e lire a cation ot meat eaters an4 our Mood Is filled vsith uric acid, fays a Well-known authority, who warns us :o be constantly on guard agaiosL kid- uer troutle. The kidneys do their utmost to free ilie blood of this Irritating acid, but aecome weak from the overwork; they get sluggish; the elirninatke tissue's clog and llius the "waste ia retained in. the blood to poison the entire sys- tern. When your kidneys aclie and feel like lumps of lead and you have sling- iug pains In tie baci-: or the urine Ia cloudy, full of sediment or tile bladder Is Irritable, obliging you to seel: re- lief during Ilia night; when you nave severe nervous and dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid stomach or rheumatism 'In bad weather, get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful In a glass of waLer before' breafefaet each morning aud in a few days your kid- neys will act fine. This famous salt's is made from the acid of grapes arid lemon juice, combined with Itlhla, and has been for generations fo flush and stimulate clogged kidneys, to neu- trall7e the acids in. urine so it is no longer a soitrce of irritation, thus end- O'ShauRhnessy, with whom he-spohe ing urinary aud bladder privately for a quarter' of an hour. Jad Salts in inexpensive and cannot The provisional-President in informed Mr :'hign Injure; makes n. delightful efferves- cent lithla-water and nobody can make a raistafee by taking a Hitle o; the glance of the r.e to keep the clean about lo deliver to the am laud active. For sale by J.D.HIsinboth- told blip that he Tvoirtil ar.d am ft Co., Ltd., druggists. Lethbridge Branch ...R, Brymner, Mgr. MR. WMct J3 four In se- curing for you as much M pos- sible (In cash) (or your' con- Irnct fn the Jn- vetlraenl Cor, Ltd, send loeatfier. with lo CX1I6PS98.- T. MANARD, Contract Htlder Burr.ird St. Vancouver, I. C. Refercnco: Banlt of OtlawA. Wht ;