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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November THE LETHBRIDGF, WEEKLY IIEK.VT.D Tacc 7 Home -made Syrup WillSurpruc You Stops Even Quickly. A Family Supply at Small Is a remejy ihat uXei tcld i-f a cvugh Sjxitanlly. sti will ly most stubborn ewe In 24 IJQL. makes it lot a family, you couldn't --X IE as good resdy-sasii syrup Tor Mix trro cups ot granul-ited sugar ullh cne cup ct warm Water, acd sllr two raln- vtcs. ounces of rincz [fitly worth) in i U-eunen boHle, aci AJJ Sugar Tbta per- fectly his a pleasaol like H, .up llie Bppetlic and li Flljjhtly luaiivr, which htlpa end cough. You protoKy-kr.ovr tbe medical of In treating bronchllb and oilier throat troubles, lungs. Tlicie Is ac-lhlcg teller. Plnex Is ir.efil valuable concenlratefl toropgusei of Xotvray while plno ejilract, rich In col ana all ike healing pina OUier rrcparalloni will BQI work In this formula. The prompt resulis Jrom this Inexpen- sive remedy have made friends for tt In niousaridB ol homes In the. Unltfd States anj Canada, nhlch explains why plan has been ImltRteJ often, but never A ctmcntx of absolute eaMsfaclIon, or money promptly refunded, poes with thla Your druggist tas PEnti, or will cet it for you. If not, to The Co., Toronto, Ont. GET RID OF IT GO GET IT Now Nov. Esime- line 1'ankhurst, English militant suT- frosetlc, sailed for Jiomc today, tak- ing wjlli her, she said, J20.000 collect- ed 'duTlpg her recent lecture tour In tills couulry'. She will devote the money Id tli'e catise ol woman sultrage In England. Mrs. Pankhurst said that on her ar- rival In expected to. he -arrested a nil-sent, to Jail lo servo the remainder of'a1 sentence uncompleted becausb ot'her hunger strike. Crtmmtnf down fcod, and rushing back lo voYk, Icidsilrilght lo vith ill It rr.euu li mlKry, Ftcptr hiblli ot wllh l- Ni-Dtu-Co Dyi pcpsil Tabl-.l ifj-r meal, restore goad dijts- tfefl. hipplnui. A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyj- Table u com your Ml Drug o I Canada, Limited. Sage and Sulphur Darkens Gray Hair Brus'n thift through faded, life- less and they become dark, youthful Hair that loses Its color and lusiit, or" whin U f.idea, turns tlull and''llfclea3, is caus- ri of sulphur in the .ilr. Our granrtmother made .1 mixture of Sago Tea and lo keep her locks dark headtlful and'thousands of 7-r.ien and men who talno that rn color, that beautiful dark shade .ol. hair which IE BO at-, tractive, use only this old-time' recipe. ..oviailays we get this famous 'Miuei at any drug store for ri 50 cent hottle ot -Wycth'a Sage nricl Sulphur Hair whlcli darkens tho liMr ao niilurally, so. evenly, lhat .oundy can possllly toll it has api-licri. IloalJoa, it lakes Oaptdnifr', etops scalp Uchlng. :.n.l fulling hair. Yoii JuEt a.eijongo or soil brush it and draw this through ;0ur hair, taxing one small liMt'il at a time, JJy. tnornlng Kray liatr tlfsappears; but 'Mishls tlie ladles with Sage and Sulphur, ia i.ii. beslfifs ijtaatldilly 'dark- ening tho hair, ofttr a few ap-' ..-.ikniloriSc.ll-.aicb bach lussre and gh'cs It an apearftnce o( Abundance. Agentt-J. D. Hlglnbotham Limited. GET KID OF IT GET if Municipal Conyfntion at Bran- don Discussed Principle of inter-municipal liisuraiice Portage La Prjlrle, Man., Nov. 2C The princlp'o of luter-munlcipal hall Insurance, as proposed by the govern- ment in the draft bill sent lo the con- vention 'by Hon. Oeorgo Lawrence, was unanimously adopted by the Un- ion of Manitoba .Slunlcl pall lies this morning. No allempt was made to deal with the bill fn detail, as it Is voluminous affair and would uave tak- en the whole time of tbe convention. Tho working out of tho details has been left to Uie executive, with In- structions to carry it before the law amendments committee. President -Willis again explained that the bill IB in essentials similar to the Saskatchewan act. One detail in tbe draft bill which provides that a loss ot 20 per cent, must be sustain- ed before any clairo can be collected, was discussed, a'nd th_e convention de- cided that It should be reduced to ten per cent, The convention heard a clear ex- planation of the' hall Insurance act of Alberta fronj J. Perrle, deputy minis- ter of municipal affairs of Alberla. Tlie Alberta act la 'Just going into oiwratlon and is" in-many respects similar to that of Saskatchewan. Mas. Cowan, the iSaskatckewan delegate, declared his belief .that the act In bis province will prove a great benefit to the country at largo. A feature of the morning session was an Impressive from Her- bert Greenfield, UI'B AlbcrU. delegate, who made ft very.slrong plea for bet- ter medical for.settlers in out- lying districts and'who expressed his positive, opinion 'thnl doctors'and nur- ses. siiuuM be. subsidized by Uie gov- ernment to'go into the new districts, so that they may be assured of a liv- ing, while the settler may be'nsEured of reasonable medical care for.him- stlf- ana -his .family'-at reasonable Tonight the delegates will be the guests of the city council. LOyER- That Five Thousand Dollar (Continued From Front KJmcmtou, Nov. 1200.040, Rro bruse out'tt 7 o'clock this evenln'g lu the McUecny wholesale building ,oa Fourth IQ the. wholesale dis- trict, an1! badly damaged tbe build- lug arid destroyed almost all of tbe Block ot the Y'liolesale flrms which were ociupanls. The cause ot the Ore Is. as uo- Imowrj. Tho building is owned ly H. W. 'JfcKouny, .M.l'.I'.. and la valued at fully covered by insuraccc. i--irru6 occupying ine building ar'u: U: 0. Hose Co., tobaccos and confec- tionery, Block destroyed, valued at J45.000. Insurance S.' N. er Si Co., school furnlelilugs, loss 000, fully covered by insurance through Iliad office; Otis reason ele- vator Co. Ltd.. loss M 0.000. insured; National Drug company, slock valued at J65.000. likely loss bj- water, fully Insured si hesd .office, and Scott Fruit company, loss not yet talned. Jlui Conyers. a negro, IB dead 'in Chatham from stab wounds. Two men nre In custody. That at Coming Session of Pat- iiament llie Navy Matter tfffl be Settled London, Nov. Lord Emmott, ai the. VFalcoma-home Uiouer given th4 u'hlch has returned from a tour o( the Empire, ta id that various pfcnB for bringing the component rarts of iho Ecapira closer together proposed, bul the only, plan abo'Jt which ihere waft to controversy was ilie maintaining tlib old commpn spirit. What would Jiold British peoiile togelbe.- wott sure ly were lies ot blood, of tradition and a common purpose. puictuJQg you nc ture of atllltj if HU BIG IHEFI HUDSON'S BAY EMPLOYEES PfiOVSD WERE TRAPPED BY DETECTIVE AGENCY Winnipeg. Nov. C3i Fiirby street; C. X. Storer. Eu- eeiilo sttect, Norwood; J. W. llalley. Do) lo SIMM. DM James liaticr. His lordship made only one direct reference to Canada. :'As for he said, "tbu relations between too two libuses of parliament were such 1 Hoss avenue, are four employees of as would Lest be discussed In a J the Hudson's Bay Company wholesal'j per." 'department for social, weetos. The J. J. Carrlck, of Port Arthur, Ont., t Central Detective Service of Canada, for Thunder Bay and lUlur lilver, re. agents. nis'at had arrtsteJ. for Canada, read a telegram charging them with the theft ot 41525 from Hon. Geo. K. Foster, worth of goods. Three of tbe men 1 A cypaf j) cenlv but iht Mfticnlh. tr.-i it citllcs the novel convergence of Ihest hzcdr Cube's cannot be by dol'krt. Tmrf 13,