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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. Xovciuljor 27, THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Piano Wanted Wanted to buy a Piano in Good Condition Terms arranged. Apply giving full partic- to Box 888, Herald KEEP OUT OF THE CLUTCHES OF THE MAKERS' OF WAR MA- TERIAL ADVISES LEADING LIBERAL London, Xov. .Hon. Sir John Tomlirisun Umnocr, a veteran l.i'.cral, who recently loured Canada, made passing reference to the Do- minion when welcoming the National Liberal Federation to Leeds last night, .lie expressed a hatred for uiadi; expenditure on armaments anil warned the Liberals "to resist Hie secret international ol linkers ot 'war material in Germany, l-'rance, America, I'anaiia and Eng- lanil. whose whole object is to pro- mote suspicion and iniswiderstiindiiiK. Tlie daily press of all thsst countries nill be sulxarned in future, as in the. lust, to publish statements merlins hatred. It is tlic devil's business Iu a IvUcr lo Hie llvralil, the oilitur of one foremost farm jO'.nuals'iiL Aiuericj, pub- lished ln-1'hlcuKO, "liijr Uie'L'iUiaiiliiu exhibit at the IJaud uadEaii gff-au Heal- ly, .Canada '.has-'dtatliigulshed herself, and imt the state ex- hibits to lilusli, IL is a flue aroimd.'bLst Canada's exhiliit lutes the plum.'' Seven Thousanc Are Out On a Strike 15 mportant Declaration by the C. P. R. Inspector of Live Stock MANY CHANGES BY REDISTRIBUTION Ottawa. Nov. tribution to be introduced next seiston, It not unlikely that Speaker Sproulc's seat, East Grey will be divided between the north and south rtdirqs; that one each of three Miridlesexes and three Huron will dlaappear: Hast and West Northumberland will be merged; Victoria added to Peler- 'borg; North and South Lanark united and Storrnont and Brock- vllle and possibly Russell gr Pret- colt wiped out. These propoials arc, of course, wholly tentative and a definite plan not for some time be determined. STAY WITH THE GAME LATER SHIPS MAY BE SMALLER AS DREADNOUGHTS ARE TOO CUMBERSOME Notable Allusion in the Speech of the King to the Italian Parliament 'rices May Not Go Back to Point Reached During Summer Hairow-In-Kurnois, EnRland, Nov. battleship Ktnpcror ol 'In- dia, the last ol the iour' battleships !oii the British IU11-12- naval con- struction was launched here Her construction had-'- been 'considerably delayiil owing to .labor troubles at the ship yards so that .the Jie'w vessel is-not of'sueh modern iipe. as somc-oi Ibe..ships already Khc laid down on May -.31. 'r. The ailrnirally. .today, departed from recent custom aad'invited the naval' attaches of em- bassies in. London to. be present at the. i is-'reason being prob- ably that-.thr. concerning the new Vere already fcr.osvn. Sfliejiui-Uiily, X. Y., Xov. en thousand of the enil KLectric company struck iliis inuniiug, shortly, after Si o'clock, The men and women walked out while ;t conference "as In progress, Ceneral Manager Knmions, Superin- tendent fem'itli- and uiiEou officials. Tliere nas no disorder among Ilio sinking employees A nrittlde came to tlie general office and Ihe ulliera inarched to the centre of Ihe city and there disputed. 'ALoul workers still were ;it the plant when the strikers left. None of tlioui were members of the unions. Later in the day..Frank Dujay and Miss Mabel Leslie, the union leaders whose' removal the addressed 1000 crowded into .Mayor Liinu's eliurcb. Other labor meetings lielil. The entire ollice, force. 2000 men, was dismissed at iiuon. Pickets iiave liceti "placed about Ihe plant. t v, r statement issued'today. Mayor Lunn said that1 no strikers vrculd "go hungry as Ions as ha was mayor. Doubts expressed hy farmers as to the winter market for hogs are be- giimitig lo lie frequently Lcartl. Just at tlic present lime .the market is none lou with p'cntv of offer- "the result thai the price is sagging. There are very few-buy- ers in Hie district which ailds to the anxiety of far mm with herds to sell. II. C. McMullcu, live slock com- missioner oi'tlic who is in tiic city today, does not consider the serious. There are a large munuet of hugs to so uii the market withiu u few weeks aud will likely result a temporary depression in prices, lint before tlic winter is they will he hack to the old level, and although they may not re.icti the digit water mark set this summer tlir-y uill be high enough to mate hog raising prnfilable. imius1 try. Hiii advice to the farmers is to I slay with the game without any I change in their methods. 3 i. STRIKING FEATURES Socialists Take the Oath in tlie Presence of the King PRAYING 01 All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Uevenport. Tlie sutJcr-Drfaduo'.ioM '-Warfpite" to tost ar.d will Le Ihe zuoit baltleshlii jfloj.1, Mas launched licre lodav iu the prcsento of au caorn-.ojs crowj The to tie drivea entire- by oiE and has r fur the Btorayi; of lour IhotK of liquid fuel, sutficient to aro'jud: llil- world. Her PHONES P. R. Fffilfjhl Sheds f Office 1163 Stable 462 1064 her eni j ami was Thc Brilish Manufacturer Says That is Reason They Don'l Push Business in This Counlry It iy ijuite possible thut a test to Hie Minneapolis o[ noya are suspected-pl causing :sev. oral flrus at Ml lib rook. Oat. AUCTION SALE of Household Furniture market uilt made at an eaxU dale. A number t.1 farmers" in this dislrict wiiu have liogs ready for ILe niackel, beeir.k; nny buyers in biglil, are considering loading one. or two cars I fur diicci shipment to Minneapolis- I This would lie (he shiin.nrnl- ol I its kind under Ihe ncv.- tariff! The live stock industry in Alberta is at .n foiLimendable rate, savs Farmers are shippiug in slockcrs for winter [cedins, hut are finding it .hard to I buy item -in' numbers, Saskaii'hcwan Manitoba have very few to ofTer white Ontario, host rnar- lel-'in (Jahadii, Js- ht'ing'ileplctcd by the heavy shipinetits in the AmericaTi siije. The. latter state, of affairs is for by- the- high prices pre- on the Atiieruan martet and the s-hort linul. It looks impossible. iu get enough inlu Alfaprla ttt Consume the feed. Mr. is greatly intcrpsteU h thr Limilrd parking pro- ject, and solve the mar- et question in (his district'. lie ojics to soc it io operation jcxl uniinc-r. Nov. their ir.eelius yeslc-rtlay, tbe manuracturiTa ot the Wg industrial centre o! Halifax, York- siilre. devoted some Uinc distuFslng __..... nhether tliey shoulJ shew their goods in Italv iu the llritish exhibi- tion Iraiu which Is to tour Camilla nfit One of tbeir uuniher. Camp- bell. Mid Uiat tiifee rears ago his lirm had aijent many hundred youniis to..trj- to find out good Canada would be to Ihem. In an eight miratiis' tour from east to vvest, tlie firm's representative found the pros- pect of uuEiueas luTued simply on the extent of credit they ivere to give. They found tliat American and ;o three years' credit, and if they uai! been ready to do the satne they have run the cliance of settles a fair shai-e of thV iWiuess. In other ile- partmchts of Sngineering which he''was famillat. the" satne thing had arisen and efforts to exploit the Ca- nadian market hail been abandoned. liome, Nov. His.iel leailer uf the llofurm Sydalists. Knriro Keni, Ir.depcnJejit am! Carl 0- Dell Acqua, Republican, took the 'oath in the prestuce oi the a I form unpiereaeiited >n Italian where .Socialists and Re- publicans hitherto had always stayed away irom Ihc opcnfng. The King's speech from the throne was greeted for the. first time liy representatives of all classes of the nation, made possible by the intro- will include eight suns several anti-airship JJUUF. She down on October 31. trlobe claims somt otticlal au- thority for slating that the all-big gun tra will coaie ;o uii eud with the co'iu- lilf-LlOEi fjf the group of vessels to wliloh Ihe WuteiiUe belongs, U says he ships of the Koyal Sovereign lype about to L-e laid down, will bu of small- er desigu than tV.e battleships under constriictioQ adds ibai the Uritlsh decision in Hits connection duo to the lessons learned during the recent naval man- oeuvres on the east coast when the submarines rteraoiiElraled liicir ability to uUc sncb offensire action as to rer.dcr battleships almost l buttragc- NUT COAL Lump, Mine Run, Ton or Car Load Lotii NEW BARNES MINE PHONE 1471 O. 0. a GET OF IT GO (JET IT Tiie Dominion Coal comjiany ani ofiieials of Ihe Nova Scotta Work- men's association Iiaro signed a threo vears' wage schedule, granting a six cent increase 10 miner.1; earniDg less Uian J2 a day. Ills Majesty rci-apitulatcJ the con- quest- of l.lbya, paying tribute to those who had fallen in the fishting. lie said the i-onqurst had given Italy a civilizing mission. It would also open a field for Ital- ian emigration near the mother coun- try and so prevent Italian subjects Iron] io distant foreign lands. The King announced that many re- forms were to be introduced En Italy alluded to the intention o! the govern in fnt to-give Italian their place." i His Majesty' the most ample religious liberty ivoutd be. given the church, uui that it ivoutd be prevent- ed from interfering in state affairs the sovcrnraenl. could not admit any limitation of its sovereignly. 01.the Kalkans. the King said the accord between Haly and the other Firms'inlliiE country had droi'iieil iuuj powers Has prevented idea of business with Canada, owins Braver conllicls than those which hail to the long credit reijuircd. Tliat ap plietl to. all the provinces, ohl anil new. He did not Hunk Ihe exhibition train would do a ha'norlh of good to waril Ijetlcring. those conditions. will take place on TOMORROW, FRIDAY u'-l'S Sixth' Street one door south of Dominion mock, com- moncW at 2 30 p.m. sharp. Being inslrocted by the owner I ivill sell by iii'.MIe auction tho following furniture, mostly .new: One Homo Comfort CooV Range One netting Stove One Hcd I.oingc One Leather Covered LOUIIS'J One O.iK Sideboard 'One Kxtcnsion Table One Kitchen Table Two Centre Tables TTO lledroom Tables Two Mission Oak Dressers Two Misllon Oak Stands Two quarter Cut Oak Dressers Two Quarter Cut OaV. Stands Pour Cane Chairs four Dining Uoom Chairs Sis Ktldicn Chaini Two Hockcrs Two Arm Chairs Two Child's Rockers 'Two Child's High Chairs One Brass Hedste'ad Hpriutf and Mattress Two Iron Brass Knob Bedsteads Springs and .Mattress" One Single Itoislead Springs anil Mattress One Child's Iron Col and Mat- tress r" Six Pillows One Ilaby Carriage One iletrigerator One Chiffonier One Singer Sewing Machine One Jardiniere stand Three ToiW SeU One Set of nlshc.i Glass Set One Screen Threo Carpel Squires Oil Cloth Ccofclng and Olhcr Ar- ticles Tno Nnmcrmm to Mention. GUS NEIDIO, AUCTIONEER. When you are buying don't forget ROYAL CROWN SOAP 6 Big Bars for 25c ECONOMICAL AND EFFICIENT The valuable coupons arc valuable for valuable premiums The Royal Crown Soaps, Limited Calgary, Alberta MAN ASSAULTED A WINN1F8ED Medicine Hat, rW J. Collins was'fined for assault on C. A. HalJtcatf. of Winnilred Bencfi "warrants were issued for Max Bloom arid Joe Lavellet.who jumped their ball. occurred. he said, desired 'the Dalkans-16 enjoy 'peace and prosper- ity, arid evperietice had demonstrated (hat Ihf triple alliaucc triple' entente iiad created an. cnuilibtiuin ot forces which was the'best guarantee of peace. Ilia Miicsly urged slreugtheaJBg ol the array and navy and of Italian fin- ances, lie appealed lo tic wealthier classes to jiiow their patriotism by acceding direrfully lo increased tax- es. EAT LESS IF KIDNEYS HURT TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS WHEN BACK IS ACHING OR BLAODER BOTHEpS The American men and women must Siiard' constantly against Kidney rouble, because ive cat loo much anil all our food is rich. Our blood is fill- ed uric acid which the kidneys Etrivc to filter out, they weaken from overwork, become slnsBisTr, the clirn- calivc tisiuos and the result ;is kidney trouble, blarlder weakness nnd general decline In health. When your kidneys feel like lumps Ottawa, Xov. 23. A town over which a huge mountain hangs like-, a sortiof threatening, if disturbed, to fall and bury its in- habitants, URiirM in a statement which Professor H. DtocV, director, of the geological surrey, has had to nalic in correction of an'alleged as- surance from him tliat Ihc- danger which formerly existed had iHsaP- icarctl. The town is Frank, Alia., an.-t the overhanging mounlain is known as Turtle mountain. H is somewhat shaky at its foundations, and Profes- sor Brock some time ago reported that i I the coal mining operations were carried oa at its base, as cer- tain-capitalists wish to do, It, would probably cause the lall of the moun- tain and the wiping out .ol the whole town under its' huge a re- sult. This stand Professor UrocK has maintained, and still maintains, lle- cently, bov.cvcr, iu, it became circulated that he had advis- ed the Alberta government that-there ciswra SUSPECTECf HIM OF BEING ONE OF THE HAZLETON BANK ROBBERS of iVaii; your b.ick hnrls or the urine attention, he has is cloudy, full o! sediment or you arc icted. it obllsctl to seek relief two or three t'mos 'ilnring the night; If you suffer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or you rheiinia'lam when wcatncr'is bad get- from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; 'take a table- spoonful in a glass ot before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fam- ous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithta. and hf.s been for to Hush anil stimulate clogged k'ld'acye: to neutralize .the ncids in the tlrinc so it no longer la a of Irritation, thus endin bl-idder disorders, .Jail Salts Is inexpensive, cannot In- jure, makes a ilcilghlfnl -effervescent lllhla-watcr and belong ,in overy home, because nobody car make a mislaVe hy having a good kidney Hushing any tlmo. .1. Ills inbolham Co., Ltd., druggists. was no further danger. This, if were follow ed by a resumption 01 mining operations, might by conceiv- able happpning of events, hive made 1'rolessor Hroclt's alleged statement responsible lor terrible results, so that llic inaller being brought lo his Your Vote and Influence Respectful- ly Solicited for the 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 Who is Out For a BIGGER, BUSIER BETTER BRIGHTER LETHBRIDGE? Why F. CUTHBERT ATKIN Prince Ruiieri, Xov. toreigi prospector was killed near Sheen Crossing by Special C'onslaWfi Edgar who sugpeC'ted him of being a fugtlit in connection with Uic Union I Jan robbery In The officer chile guarding the bridge, ordered 11 stranger to halt. The latter ran and Edgar pursued htm for "a mile and finally fired, arfd the Imtlel entered his heart. The victim lias been iden- tified as B miner and laborer. He Is (iiought to have been somewhat demented and not implicated in the robbery. promptly Hon. Mr. Coderre, secretary of slate, will Cry to eel legislation to [ire- vent such rarities as Ihe skeleton of tbe discovered in the Red River country, being removed from Canada, as H VAB. (JKTKIDOFIT (JO GKT-IT HEAR Vernon Pearson the Han With a Policy AT GALBRAITH SCHOOL TONIGHT Other speakers, Messrs. Williamson, Adams and Hatch You Should Elect G. M. Hatch FOR First Commissioner BECAUSE: lie has held all the most important p-jblic positions In the cilr and can point to a strong, prosrcssivo record in each. Kruinlrc info his record H3 ITcsident of tlie Board of Trade, President of ihe Agricultural Society, Chairman ot the Parks and Boulevards Committee. Mayor, and you will find each of these losillons were used to further the interests of the city. Citizens' Ticket Meetings'in support of the canclitlaUirc o'[ Hardie, Grace and Reid BE HELD AS MONDAY, DECEMBER FIBST, Sons of England-Kill. Chilrmin, L. Aiqulth THURSDAY, DECEMBER FOURTH Burgmin't Hill, North Ltthbrldge. FRIDAY, DECEMBER FIFTH KnlghU Street South CliAITl BK TAKEN EACI! BVES1XO AT BIOII-T O'CLOCK These mtctrngs will bo addressed by the candidates and they, will supported on thfc platform -by prominent Tno ratepayers of tlio city are cordially Invllcd to attend all theta meetings, which' promise to to Ihe moat Intereslins of. RESERVED SEATS FOR LADIES ;