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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET.1IBKIDGE DAILY H'KKAIVIJ f: BRANTFORD TRUCKS 'i.OOO Ib. Truck, F.O.B. Brantford Ib. Truck, F.O.B. Brantford Guaranteed lo give satisfaction LOCAL DEALER WANTED Our representative is now in the West get in touch with him through this paper. Brantford Trucks Lethbridge IOSSA1W Will Use Power Engines Hopes to Cross Under 30 Hours London, Nov. the close of flight which Claude Graham White was not his first venture into space, lor it will lie remembered that some months ago that he was a passenger on the y.eppclin airship during its trial voyage hut alter testing the df-liglils'of the aeroplane, Mr. Kahn swears hy Hie latter. 1'lan Decided On Describing yesterday's flieht he said that it grew out ol a discussion tc- tueen him ami Mr. Clraham White as ,100k with Totlo Kahn as a uassen- to the possibility ol crossing the At-1 gcr, the aviator gave out particulars a heavier than air machine as to his plans to fly across thu At-; iu future. Mr. Graham Whitoj limlic. nml he believed it would bet i "It has heen my pet. scheme lor raoreover, that he intended; Ions time he said, -hut now I jiving a shot at it himself before i have completed plans for the iiMeliiiic jone, Aftcr somc further talk, Mr.; I anil commenced to huilil it. It will (iraiiatn invited'Mr. Kahn to; be of horsepower with four en- flying ground to look over some! gincs -and six- propellers. Each en- machines' there with the result that ;hiiiE will he of 250 horsepower and ,j.f air trip was proposed and the- jlhey will he so arranged com- New Yori( Danker accepted. Mr. Ctra- I poncnt of each other. That is to say, ham white's newest biplane was j if two engines break down, the other Bought, oui: aml Mr. fVahn having; two will he quite sufficient to drive up in aviator's the machine. We expect to do the Uvo got atfay wm, g0od start. Journey from land to land in some- jitter circling the grounds twice the thing between twenty and thirty rose severa'l hundred feet ond hours, the machine being built so as across the country and to remain in the air thirty hours. All was Soon'i0st to sight. HEN IN NEW SOUTH WALES JAIL WILL IN TOUCH WITH WORLD dne'y, N.S.W., Nov. hews- r' is about to he started for the icnelit of prisoners to he called the under tile supervision the comptroller general of prisons r. McFarlano, who says 'The new sheet should not he ir the nature of a tract, but should con- j tain the news of the day, culled from the leading newspapers, leading art-, ists, no reference to political or sec- tarian matters ami anything of a con- troversial nature to be excluded. Ar- ticles written hy those competent to write them might be accepted, as ivell as suitable standard poetry." He proposes to call- the paper the Compendium, and the proposed con- tents of the first issue are 'A summary of notable events 1900 to 1010. A review of the year 1911 ;l news of the day from Australia, Asia! and the United Kingdom general ar- tides of the republics of China and Portugal rulers of the principal countries of the world. and service notes poetry extracts from natural .and other recognized poets. yn return halt an hour later, said "It wns a' most delightful trip, j depends on tlie weather and the course we take. At present we r.re undecided whether to go by way oi the Azores or across to Newfound- thoroughly exhilirating. I had teen I land, but I expect the latter route in a Kcppcliii, and was an-i will be chosen. x-lms to compare the two methods o! "The trip is arranged to take place flight. There can be no doubt that j in the summer, although it is just the aeroplane is the rr.'achine of the on the cards that we may not make future. There is a great future te-j it until the autumn. The weather fore this method of then will probably be more favorable; especially in the case of tile hydro-; but, -whenever we start, I am reason- planes. Mr. Graham White tells me he ably sure of success." wants to cross to America in one, Mr. Kalm is taking great interest and I.feel that he can get there and, in aviation. His (light hy aeroplane I believe lie can." Light Your Kitchen with a Bracket Lamp Sometimes in the kitchen or elsewhere you need a lamp held high, where it will light1 the whole room, 'and be out of the reach of children. The Rayo Bracket Lamp is made for exactly this purpose. It is one of the'famous Rayo Family the best kerosene lamps made. A clear, whitft light, steady, diffused. A strong, substantial bracket, easily affixed to the wall. The lamp is inexpensive. Economical. Lighted without removing chimney or shade. Rayo Lamps- are made in various styles and for .11 purpose.. A, Dealfr, Evcrmhcre. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited WINNIPEG ST. JOHN TOSOMTO MONTREAL HALIFAX DON'T FORGET CHRISTMAS LET APPLES BE THE GIFT TO YOUR .FRIENDS ACROSS THE SEA Luscious, rosy, jnlcy, Canadian Apples! Can you imagine any gift to the dear ones in the old land that would be more acceptable. Because of exceptional I'acil .v yon this magnificent offer. We will deliver FREE OF CHARGE to any address In {he Drltish Isles a case of Guaranteed Select jFtfj Canadian Apples for the small sum of................. use standard cases; each Apple is separately packed, and every precatuion taken to ensure safe and rapid delivery. Over 5000 cases shipped last year. Mail 53.00 NOW. stating where you require the ease sent and WE DO THE REST.Glve full postal directions, along with your own card for enclosure in case. MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT CANADIAN EXBOKT COMPANY 130 ST. JAMES STREET......MONTREAL Please mention this paper. MINISTER OF MINES, TRUNK ROAD AND WIRELESS TELE- GRAPH SYSTEM Ottawa, Nov. Yukon terri- tory through its representatives Dr. Alfred Thompson, will make a great many demands upon the government this session, including a request that a "minister of mines with separate portfolio namc'd Tor the Yukon. A rciiUGsli (or a grant for the plac- ing in the Yukon of reindeer herds will also be made in order that they may lie substituted for dogs. Rein- deer have hcen imported into Alaska witli success and the people of the Yukon are anxious to estahlish self- sustaining herds in the Canadian ter- ritory. The Yukon will also seek wireless communication with the outer world and a grant for an overland trunk road from White Horse to pawsoii City so that tlie Yukon can have au- tomohilii communications with the outer world. SHE GIVES HER WHOLE TIME TO LOOKING AFTER THE WEAK- LINGS HAS TENDERED RESIGNATION AS WHIP FOR OPPOSITION IN THE LEGISLATURE Quebec, Nov. Lavergne this afternoon tendered to opposition lender Tcllier liis resignation ns op- position whip in the (Juefccc IcRislii- lure. Tlie resignation was handed in today at tlie liloso oi the proceedings anil Mr. Tr.llicr lias as ycl had no op- I nortnnity to reply. "I have nothing to said Mr. r.aversne, "until Mr. Tellier has for- mally replied lo my resignation." Mr. l.avomie declined to comment nnon tlie. Corierre-Doyon eontest in Ilioehelaga, or to say wlielhcr (lie rr- Isult of the live-election had inflncnc- i him in resigning ns opnosHion whip in the provincial parliament. DRINKING CURED IN THREE DAYS BY THE NEAL TREATMENT .....'The idea that tho drink habit cannot IKI cured llns proven entirely groundless by the thousands of inon that uro beins cured paoh year by (lie 'Ncal-Treatment. A man addicted to the drink habit can enter the Institute and in'-.three day's time have, every trace oi aicouonsm, all desire tor utvong drink removed froia h'ia system. -A man can be ever so strong minded, but when ho tries to conrmer the drink habit without the assistance of the Neal Treat- Be. finds he IB up against an impossible proposition. .'..-The Nea! Treatment consists o) a nurely vegetable compound taken" Internally, and .does not require Hypodermic Injections. Tho Neal Treatment steadies the nervous system, eliminate! all.traces of alcoholism.from the system and leaves no bad effects. The Neal Treatment restores health, strength and manhood. There Is no man so great a slave to drink lint that the N'oal Treatment can effect a. cure, and there is no man In any stage of alcoholism but should emancipate himself, from Its bonds. Freedom from the hahit means In most ensisa the difference be- tween failure and success. Write today lo tho Noal Institute Co., I.Id.. 820 Tlilrteonth Ave. West. Cnliinry, Alia. All correspondence! strictly confidential. 101 BUUVfi ONE OF SASKATOON'S CONCRETE AND IRON STRUCTURES COL- LAPSED WEDNESDAY Calgary, Nov. 21. Miss M. K. Cruickshank has entered upon her dut- ies as inspecting nurse of the Calgary school hoard. Miss .Cruickshank will enter upon her. in a systematic fashion by first installing at the of- fices of the board a' card file of all the., pupils in the city schools. The cards %yill have .space upon which to enter the narne, ..age, .weight, height and if any. Miss Crnickshank will make the round of the schools along "with Mr. McDoli-j aid and the entries upon the different j cards will be verififtl and changes j made, when necessary-, in such cases j as weight and height. I It will also he the duty of the nurse to do all that is possible to remedy whatever phy- sical defects that may be reported, and when necessary to visit the homes and confer with the parents. Last time to-day THE BEST FEATURE OF THE YEAR "The King's Double" PRODUCED IN TWO PARTS Exery inch of IS Hand Colored. To-morrow AN ATTRACTION THAT WILL AMAZE AND MYSTIFY YOU "A Son of Mars" (IN TWO PARTS) NO ADVANCE IN PRICES AT TISE Photographer All Work Guaranteed 906-31'd Avc. S. B eside B ap list c'hurch T WEAR A TRUSS! After Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced an Appliance for Men, Women or Children that Cures Rupture I Send It on Trial If you have tried most everything else, come to me. Where others fail is where I have made my greatest success. Send attached coupon today and I will send you free my Illustrated MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Saskatoon, Nov. men narrowly escaped death tins mcrntrig when [our, panels out oi each oi tlio the six floors oi the big new Airus McMillan block ou third Ave. crash- ed to the basement; carrying I nearly pounds of con-! crete, steel and iron.. The accident' took place at just ten tcton- forty men would have liccn at; work in the very four panels which; came down. j H i.s supposed Hint nimc of ihe were hurnt su-r.y as a re-h suit oi llu- contact with lite salniu'n- th'i s, which have l-ron used [or the (lie building. Tlie above is C.E. Brooks, of Marshall, Mich., who has.bosn curing Rupture for over 30 years. If Ruptured write him today hook on Kunture and itK cure, showing ly Appliance and giving you prices names of many people who huve 'led it and wove cured. It IB instant lief who'.i all others fail. Remember use no salvos, nu harness, no lies. I send on trial lo prove what I say triio Von aro Ihe itidec and onca n-lng seen my Illustrated book anil it you will be aa entlnmiastic as y hundreds of patients whose let- :s you can also read. Fill out frea oupon, below and mall today. It's .veil worth your tiuiQ whether you try mV Appiianpo or not. "The King's Double" at Starland That the special two reel, features shown at Starland are well appreciat- 1 ed by local theatre patrons is assured by the large audiences which attended Starland last evening ou the occasion of the showing of "The King's Dou- a most beautiful hand colored production in two parts. H is pos- sibly oue of the most artistic attraCn lions ever shown at Starland, for from start to finish it is literally a blaze of color. The story is not only new and novel, but at times borders on the sensational, particularly in the second part at the period showing the exposure of the king's double and impostor. Taken on the 'whole it is a feature well worth whilo and is being shown for the last time today. Schuberls Are Great Lethbridge people like to laugh, and this fact is not overlooked by the Schubert Symphony Club. Several pumbers on their program, as well as all their encores, are full of fun, and you 'will he highly entertained by their prog-ram at tjie Wesley church on Saturday evening under the aus- pices of tlie choir. There will be en- ough variety ou the program to sat- isfy everyone, so hurry up and get your seats at Jackson Co.'s drug store. POPULAR FAVORITES IN LETHBRIDGE Schubert Symphony Club MUSICAL ENTERTAINERS Under the Auiplcet or the Choir WESLEY CHURCH Saturday. Nov. 23, 8.30 prompt and 50c. At Jackion 4 Co.'s Drug Store FREE INFORMATION COUPON C. B. Brooks, 015 Brooks Bids., Marshall, Mich. Plc.'iso send me by mnll in plain wrapper your illustrated book and full information abom your Appli- ance for tho cure of ruptury. Nursing Misaibn Concert On Thursday evening, 28th hist, the! people of this city will have an oppor- tunity of Miss Eva one of the few groat contraltos in the world today. Miss ilylott will, appear here under the auspices of thai Nursing Mission and assisting artists bi Miss Hilda one o{ the cjeverest pianists ever heard In tills country, and Klrynd Jamleson, baritone. Miss Myl'ott wrote specially requesting that Mr. Jamleson 'appear on the program with her. The concert promises lo be one of tho big suc- cesses of llio season, anil 113 it is In aid of the Nursing Mission it Is hoped lhat. tho citizens will see- to It that there la not a vacant neat left In tii' theatre on the evening of Iho concert. Scats mny be had at Kenny Allln's b-o'.i store Fellow Elector Again I solicit your vole for an Al- Three years ago yon thought fit to exalt me. beyond my fondest expocta- tions. This year I. had no intention of offering you rny poor service, but E can- not resist the call of those whom I be- lieve to be my sincere friends and whom I know to be devoied citizens of Leth- bridge. .The first plank in my plat- form in 1909 was "Civic government by a commission of three." In 1910 City Solicitor Conybeare and myself were appointed to draw up the ground- work for on the question. Along with Mr. Manwaring ,we did so, and although'the result of our work is not yet seen, he it remembered that the foundation is the most important part of every structure, even although the foundation'remains unseen. My policy in this not changed; in other matters.! promise you nothing beyond serving you from day to clay, as you would be served. Take ine as you know me, or throw me down if you in the best in- terests of our city to do so. Yours to Command, ROBERT SAGE To the Electors Owing to having opened 'up business in Medicine Hat, and Edmonton, I shall be com- pelled to be away .from Lethbridge a large portion of my time, consequently much as_I regret it, I should be unable to give muni- cipal affairs the attention they would require. I am therefore compelled to withdraw my name from the list of applicants I'm the posi- tion of Alderman of this City. I remain, Respectfully yours, A. OLSON Old Irish Whisky Ah! That's the best YOUR verdict, sir, wheu you try it. Aged S years In wood. At all good dealers. D. O. Toronto Solo Agent for ;