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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta flay, Xovcmber 21, THE.LETHBRIDGE DAI FA" HERAJJT For Commissioner of Public Works Elect a man who wilt put the waterworks syttem on a solid and give you pure'water at the teait cost. Elect a man who will be in hit administration ot public money. Take good care thai every man under him earns hit wages and a profit, same ai would hs requEred by a private company. ELECT Vernon Pearson Your Vote and Influence Respectful- '.'.'.ly Solicited Election of R.E.McARTHUR A. M. CAN. SOC. C. E., AS Commissioner of Public Works 14 YEARS. EXPERIENCE ON CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. PENNSYLVANIA LINES. MUNICIPAL AND OTHER CONSULTING WORK EXPERIENCE IN BOTH CONTRACTING AND ENGINEERING GRADUATE OF TORONTO UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF SCIENCE Britain Fears the Worst in Mexico (Continued From Front Page) Mexico City, Nov. on .the situation in an editorial art- icle, 'I'll Pats says: "Does President. Wilson not, know, or docs lie not-care-td in liistorj- and before the civilized world lie .will he obliged to answer the charges which humanity will make assist Francisco Villa." article 'then crimes ol murder an'd 'pillafi? contri- buted Ih'e rebel-leaner, dt Torrcon and alleging that- il the revolution Villa- will liecome minis.ler of war( or- some' other functionary, virlue ol the valuable services he has rendered to Venustino Carranra, the Constitutionalist leader. v To the Citizens of MONEY NEEDED FOR PINCHER INSTITUTION NeAR- XY ALL IN HAND Ladies and Gentlemen In offering my services to llic Cily as Commission- er of Public Works 1 am prompted Ihc knowledge llmt my varied experience as a dvil engineer in muni- cipal ;mil contract work, carried over a period of four- U-cn yours, will he of great, value to.the City of l.tlli- bridge under Commission-Form of Government. For well over two years I have been connected wilh your Knginecring Department as the Assistiint Knyin- eer in charge of waterworks and sewers, and sutisc- (Iiiciitly as City Engineer. During this time I have gain- ed u thorough knowledge of all work connected with, tills Department. If elected 1 should in u position to give the ratepayers of Lcthbridgc'full value for money expended right from the start without waste oC time in inveslifjalions and experiments. My policy for the next year or so will of necessity lie one of'economy and will embrace only such as is absolutely essential and of a permanent character. During this campaign I intend to submit, to you sev- eral reasons why you should elect me as your Commis- sioner of Public Works. I beg to solicit your vole, and support for the above position.' Yours respectfully, W. S. Harvey A. M. Iiisi..C. E. Can. Soc. C. E. CITY ENGINEER. AGRICULTURE'DEPARTMENT AR. RANGES FREE TRANSPORT- ATION FROM HOLM AND OLDS llon.x Duncan Jlirihall announced at the school, that: ar- ranged'for the free transportation of Qll.th'e lioys attending tbe" Olds aknd cnaresholra achciols to ...Calgary.- neif Tuesday, ip attend Ibe Calgnn" Fat Stock show.: .The'feature ot the trip will lie the placing of tbe ilvestoclt by Prof. iMcDonald, com'rals- Eloner of Brit.lail'Colurabin; who will J'aflge. Tbe aim of the departrhent Is to glee the students an opportunity to watch tbe methods of a high .class Judge In dealing with the blsji class animals where discrimination is; a very ditficull task.' Alter tne plac'tag or the animals, Prof. McDonald will give the hoys a lecture telUng tb'em why ho placed them as lie did. The hoys will be. He guests ot .tie Cal- gary ExbibltloiLhoard.ai a iVncheoa. AEROPLANES FOR RUSSIAN ARMY. London, Nov. Is an- nounced here that one.lhous: and Russian war areoplmnes 'a-ill be delivered n-lthlri-'thr'M MAKES GIFT TO.-POPE PIUS I'iorlii-c Cieek. Nov. rneet- I in? ol the hospital board and Ladies' Auxiliary was held in the council chambers on evening the I9tn. It was found tl-at the subscrip- tion for the "wliirlwit-J" campaign kail mounted up to tl.e uurV, leaving about Wi lo be subscribed. On Thursday, Nov. iOlh, the hearts ol the campaign workers were cheer- d by tbe arrival ot a 150. chequa rom Senator I.oujhecd, of Calgary, 'bis brought tbe balance to be rais- i, tisdcrthc }105 aail as a has-' :et social and dance is to be given n the Aleiaodra hotel ol 1'iucher Station on Ft [day, Xor. 25th, and also a dance to be given in the Teu- .essee school house early iu rfr in aid ol the hospital tur.d, the vnrteis ate, now assured their suc- to merit the noble subscription if Lord Strathcona. The do hereby et- presK'their' gratitude to Senator .ougheed for his timely subscription, lesirc lo again extend their ireciation of every subscription given them during this campaign.-' The Hudson's Ray store will in- deed snon be-a tiling of the past. Scarcely aiiylhing is left now but hardware. A sale o! hardware is he- carried on al present, and it is eipected that- the stall will finish their .work, on Saturday. Several members of the slafi have already Mt.town. K.-Ashworth and Catenhead have gone to L'alaary. Mr. Davidsoa.bas to Calvary until Christmas, and will then lake charge of the grocery department of the Macleod store. Mrs. Flaherty will leave shmtly for Calgary. Mr. South, who has inanased the Hudson's Uay sale, expects to re-, turn to Calgary in the near future. W. O. Younger acd family are mov- ing to Clarcsholm this vreek. .1. J. Whitaker. who has been In the mountains with a forest- survey- ing company for the past fix months, returned to town on Monday. Mrs. J. X. Kettles was. the hnMess ot a dainty afternoon tea on Thurs- day. When Run Down in physical condition it is usually because the action of the organs of digestion has become irregular or defective. Then there is need for a safe and spccdymedicine to relieve the ilia which occasionally depress even the brightest and strongest The one remedy you may take and feel safe wi th i s (Tit 5ilt HtdicLn. in tbo VtaiQ The first dose gives speedy relief in bitiouB- ncss, constipation, lack appetite, heartburn, dyspepsia, and lasting improvement follows the timely use of this fa- vorite and reliable homeremedy. You willbecome healthier and stronger, and more cheerful if you let Beecham's Pills Worth a Guinea a Box IF NOT THE' SUFFRAGETTES WILL GIVE HER' GREAT RECEPTION ON HER RETURN. HOME Toronto, Ont., Xov. es tare of tQc-jats -Eugene O'Keefo lo; will bequests Uls 4975.030. dlVidea In reDgtquB, chavUabie and educational insfmuions.'" ToJ Holiness Pope Piii 3" a gift 'of llO.QOOMs" made, 'The remaining the estate left after the charitable', bequests have been provided for, goes to his dftugh- ter, Helena C. French, and her soh.'Joseph French, irjth certain con- fJUaus attached. "nephew Napier Laytoa, Wionipeg, Is left 000. STEAMERS ASHORE Kingston, Nov. steamer Cornpton is_ashorc near Lancaster. The steamer Bellrrillc, of the H. O. Ifne, ran ashore, at Jgcfcitraw I.igbt, near Gananoque. Tlic Ttclleville was on her last trip of ttis season.. London, iSTov. efforts are being made by the militant wing of the suffragettes to organize a big reception, for .Mrs, Pankliuret on her return from America. If the hi 111 tan t leader is not arrested she Is to iiro- ceod to Ixmdon for a welcome "meet- Ing at Earto's Court, and will after- wards open a provincial campaign. The moat pertinent question on the subject at the mo [pent is; will she be re-arrested by the English police. She ins served only a few vrceV'a of tier sentence of three years1 penal servi- ;ude for inciting to outrage, when "re- eased from prison on May SO. It was said then that she was in a dying con- dition, but since theii slio has.had a prolonged holiday in France and has crossed tlie Atlantic.. Judging by tbe arfiuous campaign .she purposes 1Q undertake, she is now in- ordinary health. cnpr1! A i iii SPECIAL Hi SHOES Women's Patent Tan or Gun Metal Button or Lace Tt MenV Button or lace, Gun Metal or Tan These are all Extra Good Value at the Price' SHERLOCK BUILDING THIRD AVENUE Use Satis if Kidneys Hurt WE EAT TOO MUCH MEAT WHICH CLOGS KIDNEYS CAUSING BACKACHE SOUTH AFRICAN PAPERS There are 247 newspapers publish- ed in South Africa, iu which is invested... They- give employment to 4000 Europeans and colored people. llost folks forget thai Uie kidneys, Hire I ho bowels, get sluggish anJ clog- and need a. flushing else ive have backache and dull mis- ery in the kidney region, severe heart- aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liv- er, acid stomach, sleeplessness anO all sorts of bladder disorders. You simply must keep your kidneys active and clean, and Lhe moment you fcsl an ache or pain in the kidney re- Kiou, set about toiir ounces of Jnriy. Salts from any good drug slore here, take a tablespoonfuI in a slass of water before breakfast for a few days and your ktdueye will then act fln.e. This famous salts is made from the acid of graces and temon juice combined lithta and Is harmless" to flush clogged kidneys and ste them to normal activity, it also neutralizes the acids in the urine FO It no longer irritates, thus" ending" bladder Jad Sails is harmless; inexpensive' makes a delightful effervescent Utliiu-r water drink Tvlilch everybody shouM take now and tben to keep their kid- neys clean, thus avoiding serious com- plications. A well-known local druggist says he" sells lots 6f Jad Salts to folks who believe In overcoming kidney trouble while it IE only trouble. J. p. Illsin-i bothoni Co., Ltd., Gut Glass Dinner Sets Jardinieres Tea Sets, Pots and Pedestals XMAS PRESENTS Kirkham Sale TO MORROW At 3 b'clock Mr. Frank Waddington will sell the balance of our stock by auction, If you want good Goods at right prices be here. A chance to buy Xrhas presents at your own price. WINE GLASSES TUMBLERS DECANTERS CHAMBERWARE by ihe set and piece No old Stock and at your own price ;