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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 LtTHiftlOOt. ALMRTA. MTUftOAY, WOVtMBER 21. IWI orth Ward Lob We still have a few Close In North Ward Lots AT $100 Each Payable $10 down and $10 monthly Come Early DR. WOOO^ NORWAY PINE SVRUP Is wMI��t aa tor OOtiroHl; 0OU>�, BR0M0KITI8 r tlWa TKItOAT Ml LUNOS. All th� ttMt lerioui kflwtioM o( tlM tlirait, ilM likngii Mtd th� bratohUkl tube*, re iu tho Iwginning but cold* or douahX TOorouoh ttKM unnot b� Uld on thia Utct, nd negl�ot to cure th� cold v�ry ufteii r �lMK>rbont, ctpectomnl tnd aoothiiig medioiitea of recogliizod wurlli, iind ia abeo, lutely h�ml(it�, prompt m(I m(� Mr. J. L.: Puniy, Millvule, N.8., write*:-iirh*v� been troubtad witli a hard, dry oough for a long time, eapeowU ab oight* but after h�vlng uaed JDr. ..'ood'a Norway Pine Syrup, for � few we�ks� I find mv oough htn left me. To any pemon, aufl^ring ai I did, I oma mk that this remedy is well wnt have tried to imitate it. Don't hmnbngged inio taking anything but "JJr. Wo�l?.' Put up in a yrr, John Enright, a hotelkeeper in Co. Limerick, was the occasion of an extraordinary scene. Mr Enright had been a Protestant and churchwarden in the Church of Ireland, but his mother was a Koman Catholic, and the report went out before his death, un'der the influence of his mother, he was admitted to the Roman Catholic church. On the day of the funeral the coffin was forcibly taken from the Protestant rector and the burial party which accompanied it by a parly of alrout three hundred men armed with .sticks, and buried without any fun-' I'rnl ser\'ice. Toronto, Nov. 10.-Sixteen concerts were given by (he Shefllold' choir in Canada, netting the management some 945^000. They received S-i.OOO for cach^ of the tour concerts in Toronto, axiA tho lowest net proceeds ot any concert was 91.500. The cost of the entire trip will be 935.000, allowing S4,600 for extras. As er^cH member of Uio choir subscrib ed �50 towards the expenses, that Is $10,000 in all, tho management would have to make only 925,000 to cover thoir expenses. WHAT IT COST This choir, 200 strong, left Shof field on Oct. 23, and reached Canada on Kov. 2. They left Canada, this morning, and expect to reach homo on Xov. 31. In these thirteen days here they gave 16 concerts, giving concerts in twelve cities and town.s. Their passage acrcss the ocean cost them about $16,000. Their railway fares in Conada amounted to $4,000. And allowing a day expenses for each one while in Canada, makes, for tho thirteen days they wore here, f 10, 'too. Adriinu these expenses together makes 830,400. Adding (4,600 to this for extra, expenses, we have a to tal of $85,000. Of this $35,000. $10,000 was pald| by the choir members, who subscribed 850 each towards the expenses. >VHAT THEY TOOK IJT In Canada this choir did a whirlwind stunt in giving sixteen concerts in thirteen days. , They landed at Montreal on the second of the moikth and gave a. concert there that evening, and after doing the concert there they did a tour including Ottawa, Toronto. Niagara Falls. Buffalo, St. Catherines. Hamil ton, Brantford, London, lindsay. Pet erborough and Quebec, singing in two of the latter towns each day. Everywhere the choir went Canod-ians turned out to hear them, and they could have i{ivcu more concerts to crowded audiences had their time hore been extended. Their choir is estimated to hake been heard by 30. 000 people. ish securities to some cxtont, ni�tthe result would be to incronso tho demand prov>ortionRtely for- colontnl Investments. "In the Idrgur, cities tJti�ro is nbuiv dunt ovidcnco of tho �r-�Mvt numbers out of employment and tYio sltimtlon is worse at times there tbaiv im as tho working class sooms to havo no-j thing at all to go on when out of Work, Tho distress among tho 8hli>-^' building population in Olasgow nnd in Manchester, where the big strikq whs on- in tlio cotton millsj wns especially bad.but great efforts uro being made to 'relieve' tbe uncmjiloyed by supplying Government work ot various kinds. "I attended n meetinjf of 8,000^ of tho farming population in tho border district of Scotland, which was addressed by- Premier Asquith. lie devoted him.self entirely to tho Small Holdings BUI, which of course ho entirely believed In. Admission to tho meeting was by ticket, and tho women who asked for thetix ^ wcro watched closely to sec that no suftraglstst got in." rittsbui'g, Pa,. Nov. 20.-A,$5,000 rutiy ringithought to: bO thoprosont of the diiho of AbruKsi to the Aihor-Icaii girl ho loves, is in tho hands of tho customs nuthorittos and will bo held pending an investigailoA into why thcro was no duty paid on it and why tho Rom was not ^formally doclarcd. Tho ring was noatly done up la a paper parcel and was addraSsotl to Misa Knthorino Klklns, Elktim, W. Va. Tho curiosity of n.-postmaster is i-esponsiljto for the nondollvol'y of thoT jiackagc,  Surveyor of tho Port At. M, Garland has clinrgo of tho ring. It Was dolivoredto him this afternoon by Postmastur W. H. Davis-of Pittsburg who recoivod it from tho postmaster at EUtins oal'llor in tho day,/ And in this connection there came to light tho �x1,raordinftry precautions now being taken by tho federal authoritla to satcg^tard the heiress whose nmiio has been coupled so often with that ol the Italian prince whoso narne_slio may soon asaumo, Miss I'llklns, despite tho fact that she travels much and is lu Washing- Had heart Trouble and ShoKness of Breath For Six Years. WatWnak and Tbin-Only Welghlid SovjBoty-lbrco Pounds. Now Weighs Ono Hundred and Thirteen. When you find your heart the least bit out of rhythm, your oorvu unhinged, your breath short, don't watt until you are pro-Iratod on a bed of tiokncts. Take Mil-burn's Heart and Norvo Pills. � Thoy'll put you In such condition you'll never know you have a hisart. muko ymir nurvoa strong Slid your whole lx)ing tluiU with new life, Millinrn's Hunrt nnd Norve, Pills c�mi Mrs. K. K. llright, Ilurnlcy, Out. 8ho Writes! "1 was grually troubled, for six Crs. with my heart and shortnuss of atii. I couUl not walk eighty rods with-out resting four or flvo times In that short distance. I got so weak and thin I (mly weighed soyeniy-throe uouiids. I decided hi lost to take some of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, and after toking eighE boxes I gained in strength and weight, and now weigli ono hundred and thirteen pounds, ' the most I ovor woigliud my life. I (col Wall and eitn work as woll as ever I did. Midotvn heartily thank Milburn's Heart and Norvo Pills for it all.': Price SO cents per box or 3 boxes for 91.25 at nil dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. ring was sent here to bo disposed ol. ton more than she is in her homo in ! f^'"thlng was said of It at tho time MULES GET MINES IN TROUBLE Indiana Workmtn Sue for |2S,00V , Damages (or Injuries Brau|ht by Company Arsimali Torre Haute, Ind.. Nov. ai.-Jiime.'� Hotton has sued the Fauvro Mlnin,T company for $20 ilOO because Hm mine mule he was driving becami; scnrnl at an obstruction in a pnasoKWiiy nnd bolted bringing irjjury to the driver'a spine. Thomas Crosby, a mule driver 'or the Jackson Hill company's mine in another suit aaks $5,000 because n balky mule bar-lrtdl a car onto him, cau-sing  permnni ni> injuries. the West Virginian hills, has all her mail,nddrcss�l to Elkins. Tho postmaster there is a personal friend of her father, United .States Senator Stc-jphcn B. Elklns. ' Tho pnckngo arrived at Elklns yesterday afternoon. jMiss Klklns receives quantities of foreign mail matter, nnd when the pacliago cnmo to light nothliiB was thought of it. at tho time, Later ,tho postmaster liccamo suspicious. Uo had heard of infornol machines being sent through the mails, and had been ordered to scrutinize closely every parcel addressed to tho Elklns household, so after some deliberation, he decided to open tho mysterious package. . ' When ho did so he was astonished. There, confronting �his gaze, lay tho most beautiful ring he had ovor seen -a band of gold on eighth of an inch in thickness clasping �, ruby weighing six or seven carats. Though the Elkinaes are friends of tht? poslmnsler. he Unow his duty. The first thought that flashed through his mind whs that tho Dukd of Abruz zi had not rend yesterday morning tho statement of Senator Elkins. wherein It was denied that Mis8_ Elkins wn,-, nr hatl been engaged to tho prince. So, PiltHbuig being tho nearest city where there was a custom house, the to tho Elklns family. Surveyor Gorlnnd is not prepared to say what stops he will take. Nor will Postmaster Davis say what Is to bo done. Tho ollklalft did all in thoir power to conceal the news ol tho ring's seizure und wore chagrlne