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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Ward lots We still have a few Close h Uftttfttttt, MTUJiawW, UtrVfMaM Up North Ward AT Each Payable down and monthly Come Early ML WOOD'S NORWAY PtNESYftUP if Scotch ran bordar rauttriM to Canada ymr." Mr. J. J. Olbaoi, of Titte zitd who has weaatly from a trip to the Old Co ftM the huf hMl lU with Bowman Post Office Block after oo eaa wi liil'iaaiiaiif ia watt worth atflfcL -1 Mi without it i haa We the of ten tried to iatilaia it, Djo't into taking anything but WooE> Put in a wraafur; tarn (raw ika tcadt auric For Canada Unas oi their Riot GraByDuke Fa.. Kor. rafcy riaf. UKMfat to tte prawei of ol Ahruail to Amur- Icam girt IOVM. te in ite haada of will iato why why the art to ha Great Britain wkars UK Small Bill strottfiy .vofrcu ,.thaa in theau cants cottUtiM, radical character of Brititfc and ita to. togisUte along Socialistic lines va> called to my notice on occasions, and MHOC think that this may affect the demand for Brit- ish securities to some, extent, aad the reault would be to increase tbe de- mand proportionately for Colonial in- no duty paid oa it waj sot rlaf wan neatly up to a. aad waa addrsaawl to Miat Katheriaft lOWas, Va, curiosity of a-potfiataatar for the nondelivery of Of Tour Of The SheffieW kfcv. concerts ry the SheffioM: choir in "In UM larger cities is evidenro of the groat out of employment and the situation is worse at times there than bfre as the working class Mems to have no- thing at "all-to when out of work.. The distress among the management some They received for each of the four concerts in Toronto, and the to wait, net proceeds of any concert was Hurvej-or of tha Port M M, Gar- land haa charge of the ring. It aim this by W. H. Uavit'of PitUburg The coat of the entire trip will be allowing for extras. As each member of toe choir subacrib ed 950 towards tbe is in all, the management would have to make only to cover their expenses. WHAT IT j This choir, 2- 200 strong, left Shef; field ou Oct: 23, and reached Canada on Nor. 2. They left Canada, tali expect to reach .home OB days here jUiey gave 16 concerts, giving concerts :in twelve cities and towns. building in Glasgow in Manchester, where; tbe big strike, was on- ia the. cotton mil la) waa great efforts are be- ing made' to relieve'the unemployed by supplyiag Government work o_f va- rious kinds. "J. attended a meeting of of the population in the border district jpf Scotland, which waa ad. dressed Ha de- voted himself- entirely to, the Small Holdings Bill, course he ec- tirely believed in.- Adinisaion to' the meeting by ticket, and the 'wo- men., who asked for them, were watch- ed closely to see that no suffragists) got in." who received it from'the at earlktr in the day. 'And in this connection there came to light the extraordinary precau- tions now being taken by the federal authorities to safeguard the heireas whose name has been coupled so often with that of the Italian prince whose name she may soon aaai Miss the fact that ibc' travels much and is Jc. Washing- toe more than 'she is in her homo in the.West Virginian hills, has all her to Elkins.' The post- uuuiter there in a personal friend of her father, ifnited States Senator Ste- phen B. Elkins. J The package arrived at Elkins yes- terday afternoon. Kiss Elkins re- -w ceives, quantities of foreign mail mat- ter, and when the package came to Had Heirt Trouble and Shortness of Breath For Six Yean. WM airt Thfe-Only Btov Waaa yw yoar kaart Uw barf bit Mi of rfcjrUua, your aemi wUiiaftd, year .hwath aatttt, don't wait until you an atralad oa a of ikkwM. Mii- hara'f Hairt >oa ja Mick euaditioa you'll kaov yoa bava heart.' tkJM your iwrvw utrouf aad yow wfcob, batng tLi 111 with life. Ufibura'a Huart and Narva, IN curt-d Mr. K.. K- Bright, Buraky, Out, "I'waa ftyatly troabfed, for MK with ay Mart awl of aveaik. I ooukf not walk rwla JUNGLE DENTISTRY Monkeys and Squirrels That Their Own Teeth Fill Chicago, 3fov. dentists are going to hear from Dr. v Frank Derby Fierce presently how monkeys and gray squirrels in Africa fill their own teeth. Dr. Pierce-hails-from Roxbury, Mass., and id scheduled to lecture to members his profession here. Dr. Pierce, who spent several years in the jungles of Africa, says -that monkeys and squirrels have discov- ered a blue clay, much the same in color as that which covers the dia- mond fields, and in this clay is a large percentage of creosote. When the clever beasts have the toothache they plaster this clay into the cavity as a remedy. The creosote often kills the offending nerve. LOST AT DICE, WON AT LOVE Cigar Girl's Friends Say Wedding to Manufacturer Wilt Follow .Romance Begun by Shaking for Smokes. Detroit, Mich., Nov. romance born over a" dice game has taken Miss Elizabeth Nichols away from the hotel where she at the cigar'staid., and news of her mar- riage to George L. Fish is moment- arily expected. Fislr first met the young woman about three months ago. He is a manufacturer of automobile accessor- ies and is said to have offices in Chi- cago. He came to Detroit and es- FOUGHT POR THE CORPSE Took it From Mourntrs and Buried It Without Sorvke London. Nov. funeral of Enright, a fcotelkeeper in Co. was the occasion of an extraordinary scene, itr Enright had been a ProtesUni and church- warden in the Chiirch of Ireland, but his mother was a Bo-nan' Catholic, and the report "went out before his death, un'der of hia mother, he was admitted to the Ro- man churck, On the day of the funeral the cof- fin was forcibly taken from the 'Pro- testant and the burial party which accompanied it by a party Their across the ocean, cost them .Their railway fares' ih .Canada amounted to And allowing. a" day expenses for each one.while in Canaua, makes, for the thirteen days they were here, 4007 Adding thgse -.expenses together makes Adding to this "for we have a to- il of r Of this was paid by the ch'oir members, who aufcacrib- fid each towards the expanses. WHAT THEY ATOOK IK In Canada this choir _ Jid a. whirl- wind stunt in giving concerts in thirteen days. out retting four or five ia thai short diataace. I got ao watk aad taia I only weighed powoda. I decided at last to take aoaw of MUhmra'a Heart and 1HU4, aud af ur takiag eight I gaiaed ia straaftk weight, aad aow_ ana houdml and thirtaaa pouoda, tke moat I weighed fa my life. I fuel well aud can work as erar X did, aud keartily tKaok Haart and Nerve for it all': Price 50 per box o? 1 for at all or Mailed direct on receipt of pricn by The T. Uilburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. ring u-as sent hero disposed of. Nothing was said of ft at the time to the Elkins family. Surveyor GtfHhmd is not prepared to" say; steps he will taker Nor will Postmaster Davis say. what is to be doue. Tbe officiate did all in their power to conceal the news' "of the ring's seizure and were chagrined when they knew the'facts had become light, nothing the time. Later vthe 'postmaster became picious. machines mails, 4nd had been ordered to scru- There is no question in their minds was thought of it.ati m that the ring is a present from the duke to Miss Elk ins and they are not certain1, of their rights premis- the duke being a, peer of another nation. _" Some disposftion ,of the matter will He had heard of infernal sent -through the MULES GET MINES Indiana Workmen 'for' Damagst far Brought by Company Animals Terre Nov. sued the compaay for SM OOO'because" the inine mule "he was driving becatu-i scartX at obstruction-in a passafejifav and bolted bringing injury to the, driver's spine. Thoma's Crosby, a mule Jackson Hill company's mine in another suit asks because, a balky mule barlrtfljpriace tiaias closely every parcel addressed to the Elkins householdj so after some deliberation, he decided to open the package. When he did so be WSJT astonished. lay'-the most beautiful'ring he had ever'seen band of gold'an: eighth of an inch jn thickness clasping n. ruby weighing six or seven "carats. Though the Elkinses are friends of the postnytster; he -Shew his ThVfirst thought that flashed through his mind was that the Duke of Ab zi _had. not read yesterday morning 4hc statement of Senator Blkins, wherein it .was denied-that Kiss El- kins was or. had been engaged to the injuries. beinV'tbe nearest city where there was a custom house, the be made tomorrpw. The duty on rubies is fiO per cent. This would mean that, the law complied with, some one have to pay aboat befortr'afiss Elkina got the ring. _ __. _. "_ DEVILFISH NOT A MAN EATER Smithsonian institution Scitntist Oniy on Smili Fish and Crabs 1 Washington, D. C., Nov. trary to a popular belief, the devil- fish is not a man according to an official publication just -issued by the Smithsonian, institution by Dr. Theodore 'Girt-- The -foou of the dev- ilfish. he says, is chiefly small crabs, shrimps and. otlier crustaceans and young or-small fish. 4 SJR WILFRID'S BIRTHDAY Ottawa.. Xov. tt'ilirid Laur- ier is today receiving lots of tele- grams of congratulations upon the occasion of his 67th birthday. He left this afternoon with Lady Laurier for the weeks. Southern States for two tablished a branch office. One-morning" he sauntered over to j the cigar counter, where Miss Nichols 'was in charge and shook dice vith her 'or cigars. She won. After that day Fish bought all his cigars at one place, always shaking dice with Miss Xichol and nearly always losing. Girl friends oi MLss Nichols declare it was a of love at first- sight. The young woman has gone to her home at Green Bay, Wis., and her chums say the wedding is not far away. ahout three hundred men armed with sticks, and buried without any fun- eral service. They landed, on. tbe second of the month and a, con- cert there that evening, and after do- ing the concert there they did a tour including Ottawa- Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffafo, St. Catherines, Htmil ton, Erantford, ILondon, Lindsay, Pet erborough and Quebec, singing in two of the latter towns each day. Everywhere choir wen t Canad- ians turned out to hear them, arid they could have Bjiveii concerts! to crowded audiefices had tfieir time here been extended. Their choir is estimated to hake iksen heard by 30.- 000 people. ACTS Ottawa, Nov. Prompt action n-ill be taken by Canadian atihori- ties to deal the situation aris- ing out of the outbreak of foot and mouth disease ui New York state. Quarantine regulations against Penn- sylvania, which were put into oper- ation some time ago have been ex- tended the the state of New York. TO URGE STATEHOOD .THE DAILY HERALD BUILDING NUMBER Early in the Xew Year the Daily HeraM will issue a Building Number the" first thing oi the kind ever at- _ii_ it-II.JM-CV! Ill VIVV. It is questionable if any place in Wt-stern Canada, has such a splendid record of building development aa Lethbridge this year. The entire business and residential section has been completely transformed by the appearance of inmimberable new hus- block-% public buildings and residences. Outsiders have little idea oi- our growth. Even some of our own citi- zens litth- imagine the advance made this year. The Ho raid purposes to enlighten the public. In an issue that- will co- ver at least twenty pages if not more, it will tell all about the buildings erected in the ciiy during 1908 and will also have articles on other mat- ters appertaining to the development of this city. The issue will be freely illustrated- Already a photographer is on the rounds taking photographs of busi- ness and residences. The number will be of great value to advertisers. It is likely cop- ies will be issued. Every subscrib- er of the Herald will get one and in addition several thousand copies will bo distributed all over the country. Space is already largely contracted for. The numbor is under the spe- cial charge of F. J. McKeown, an ex- peripnccd newspaper man. He has full authority to rnsVe The exact date of isaue of the num- ber has not yet been fixed. It will depend upon the time the new school and the Presbyterian church arc completed. N E EK The Greatest Electric Scenic Production ever ex- hibited on the American Stage _ V Ntw and XrUbna Wiii Attention sn Message Phoenix, Ariz.; Nov. a 21 a let- ter received by Chief Justice Kent> I Preijid'ent write that he will urge in his message io Congress separate Statehood for Arirona and New Mexico and will assist Gov. Kibbey in preparing and urging the enabling act. THE BULK SALES ACT Albertan.-) The Calgary Track Gazette, a veryl enterprising and well edited tracte paper of city, speaks for the wholesalers of Alberta, and asks for new legislation for the protection of the wholesaler, and suggests a "Bulk Sales Act.' The grievance is very well set out j by the editor, in a hypothetical case. A man has a 000 stock on which he owes the whole-} I saler He selh-his business! [for and neglects to the! tfurchasear 'of the condition of al- fairs with the wholesaler, or make any provision for pacing the aame before he out of the country. j What is the wholesaler to do about jit? i The Trade Gaxette refers to the j "Bulk Sales of British Coiuro- I bia, which makes it necessary for the i purchaser to get full -information of debts owing upon the merchan- dise purchased, and if he does not do so the transaction is- described as 1 fraudulent. It is hardly conceivable that busi- ness can be carried on in a new country without same sich precau- tions. The Gazette has interriews with prominent wholesaler! ia tha city who favor the proposed lefisla- ticTi. It is well that this subject has been brought up. The Gty of Yesterday Or the San Francisco Earthquake See the City Beautiful Enveloped in Flames MARVELLOUS! WONDERFUL! CHRS. T. BELL Who Sinfs Soroe, Some and Daacet Bone More KZEL SHMON THE CLEVER LITTLE SOUBRETTE Two Performances Every and p.m. o ;