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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAIJbY HEKAU) Monday. November 28, JUUOU Fact and Body Wart Utterly With John H.-King, Johnston. X.B.. vtmimer I very much troubtad boile, and .my facu and body were literally covered with them. NATURAL GAS FOR FLYING SHIPS Jdedicine Hat, Xov. is a possibility of. the na.turargas of 'Medi-i EOITED BY "UNO is the Hill whichfew mayjprove interesting to all the young peo- tn oimih- ipie of the city as well n> '.ho Baptist cine Hai used for an entirely to is the path that all may tread, i Morris, j SOCIAL ADN PERSONAL DAYS VOTING BEGINS SATURDAY NET advised me to take Burdock '-new and- novel purpose mottling less Blood -Bitters. I got three bottles, and navigation) and of .Medi- ums people. j Tlxe Women's Mfssiouan Society of meet >f; U. p., "Sun" nonage on Thursday aficrnooii nv iliree j cd lhat prorogued lo'cioaii. Mrs. W. P. will iilaf niu-liainent' would taken, all the first one my 1 cine Hal becomiiis the-terminal of a vboite go away; I had just taken i Branch ol' an. aerial- route from New tiosiesses tomowow: Mrs. W. Scott." Mrs. J. M. Thomas, be i lie leader tor day. I'hc sub-i assemble December 15th. At 'the e' war ou -.he present it is arranged I.'IS Dmi'erin street. dceies out of the last one -when the I ork to Sari Francisco. Nothing: very disappeared. My husband has also bas been ascertained here of for this much In. a. corn- B. Walker, (W Counlaad i jeez, will be white slave 'COWAN'Sl PERFECTION Vl COCOA IMF LAICU If cocoa is your favorite bcvermg by all means enjoy 't at its best- as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, and flavor. THE COWAN used Burdock Blood Bjtters -with much Itfie -Dlans for inis route- but tiiere is Boils in themselves are not trouhle. .b'iit still, at the jire very painiuL They are ' bad blood, and. to get rid of for! :tkem it is .necessary to put-the blood in j lDt0nnauoc regarding1 the fuel pro- j w street., will receive tomorrow for the first time since her marriage between the hours of four ancl six. in the parish nail." in the evening an that 51G poll- jings will be held on Saturday iie-xt jof which siiuc arc in London consti- i tuericies. boroughs vot- Ihe eveut or ibis week will oe bc ft tji. Augustm's- bazaar which wul be jjam_ Held oil Friday afternoon evening en discussed in marriage of "Miss Phyllis Ella [these columns before, but this Is just o 5-r pjp-. there.iB equa that old and tDia citv_ics .caloric qualities, the ex- be celebrated o teed.rcnttdy. Burdock Blood Bitters, uent of the :bedt the natural- state -of j usun? cliurchi Wedn ly by The T. Milbum jihe product and -the extent of the de-j Co., Liniited, jveiopment. the. prospect is favor- j I-''. iable tae compahy proposes sending ouielly ia, SL Aug- Wednesday, Dec. 7th. The real campaiga has begun in what-is described'as the. most mo- mentous contest, in eighty years. The campaign is regarded by London poli- ticians as a leap, in the dark with little change in the. stand- ing ot "parties. If that is cor- rect, it will mean another conference to' remind you to' savo your pocket dissolution of "the 'deadlock ob- money this week tor the bargains on MTg G T and dauber motae.. .and ot- A. ,E. TE-AGHERS APPOINTED 'Three teachers were appointed experts to the city to make" tests Garnet ives. arrive-this fot the gas.for use in aerial navjga.tion. by !just oart" natural gas would the-SchoorBoard on-Saturday night plav. iu navigation. 'was places of Misses Gikoy ,c a presum- Copp resumed, and-to teach .3, t W department xhat vail be opened !fid a oftaal.-thafru nugbt take -up at- year. place of gasoline or be utilized m .vl..7'" jppinted Miss Bora JCitanions. bl i a compressed'.state for .motive power. S'r" Miss Hanna of Lethbridge. also, asked regard- Hawkins of Regina. The possibility of compression and adverse for a male' teach importation -of our gas to. Milwau- to ;lake oae'oi the ..senior classes -it the Nvvr Year. Tomorrow, the. W. C. T. U. will hold a tea rooms church b'etween three end" six c'eloar. Special interest is. being centred about pantry table upon which {pear., goodies from the kitchens many of the "oest cooks of of kee or Minneapolis. _. rtraiaiag director of i The American Aviation Co. is a com-; Calgary schools, will be asked' t-o jpany. of New-York'capitalists who arej coine'to -Lethbridge'-to' loot over the t working toward the commercialization! .'situation.--btre-antl' advise the -board [Oj aerial navigation. Offices have been .regarding the in San Pranclsco, and New ,to, particularly as to tbe-accotiuno- j ,and a Canadiail representative cation. jis to be appointed soon. HOBOS HAD THE GOODS Thos. Horton .and.Fred Hughes, two Typical young hobos, appeared at- the this morning and pleaded -guilty ritles on tlie C. P. H. They were fined fire dollars and .costs -each of'fifteen rdays in. jaflj Not hav- ing "a sou 'TO tlieir names they were to. the -mounted- police-j room. They oy Cont Ashman of the C. P. R. police. .A. quantity of canned goods, including pork and heans and jams, were -found? possession -which.- it isj be-' iieved they had stolen from a freight car.- evening from Toronto and their residence their .pretty home on __ Tnere will also be a homemade sweets Mrs, W. F. the host-1table- and a-lancywork' stall, tae-lat- ess a jolly little euchre matinee of jrer will be in charge of the "V" -girls, four" tables on Saturday. as j'rue "proceeds will be' given tlie Y. W.. a courtesy to }Ifs; Armstrong's Mrs. Field of Calgary. -One or two non players dropped nour when appetizing served at the carii .tables. in at the tea dainties were C. T. U. residence. .Debates on tjuestions nonors were won by Mrs. Bawden. Miss Me- I Uirk assisted Mrs, MacDonald at the tea. time. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The JBa'ptist IMission'Circle Thursday afternoon at three o'clock in the school of-the church. .The machinery for the brick plant at Moose Jaw. has started to arrive.. HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE. COULD NOT GROSS THE FLOOR PAIN WAS SO GREAT. BRITISH PAPERS jp FORECAST Duly One Seiit in St.jPuu- creas Safe for Liberals Loiidoa, 'Nov. Mora ing -Leader-savs-.tiiat-iiic-onlv quite safe one ol the four districts rm .St. Pan- row.afternoon betrreon .diree'.and live eras is .the Nortli Division, where-to complete preparations', for ua- wiii be discussed at botu .Methodist b'pworcit Lreagues week. Tomor-. row evening Westminster League .will taHe for. the subjsct 01 tlieir "Kesolved tiiat aomo just as important as foreign missions." Af- firmative. Mrs. L-yUe. Gordon..Gear and Dunsworta: negative, A-jsun; Uscar Matsen and-Percy Harding. -Tie judges will be.JiB. Mrs. W- P. j.-rAiexander and'Dr: Thompson. "AIT The 'Aid Society 'of roung.people of-tiie-city will -be Thursday alternoon t. three o'clock in-the'school room. AVesler --League -has an iat-areating The Ladies' Aid Society of .the Bap- tist 'church meet XVe'anesday'lwitn, Mrs. Cooper, -HO Ashmeacl -street The Altar Society cc ST. cnarch Win meet sewin? with Mrs. Beagle, Argyle tnis evening. Sti .Monica's will, meet tomor DickiHSoh, Liberal, Tiad a maioritv ot zaar. over tifteen hundred aad that even he trill have to fight hard. The Dailr Tslegraph sa-ys that in East St. Pan- acras Joe ilartin is faced with a sui- i fraarette caodi-datxi, and ii the latter evening the Knox. cluirca West- minster Guild will, -be by I the poll there is little doubt (but that the seai- will be lost to the I government. The figures at the last i election, were'; Mairtm Presion, j Unionist, T. P. O'Connor, speaking in pecit- to the abia secretary of the Church's Foreign Mission L'c-ni- niittee. The Baptist ladies are making- ar- rangements to hold a rummage sale verv soon and are askinsr "for dona- liarn, said that during his visit lu i Canada he had grown so conceited Anyone furni- that, now he ielT he.must be meanine tore, pictures not in use are requested Mies .-Hazel Winchester Springs. Ont, was troubled with my Sidneys for five years. They were so times, I could not cross the floor meaams; himself ia' speaking a platform (to phone the parsonage. No. 142S. and I which had''not a single premier on it. ithe articles will toe-called for. i He spoke there once with a Conserve- i i -tive premier in there car, who a speech in favor of home rule and for the pain. The doctor could cot do j cheers i ziriv-'fTHvl on'H H. fripTKl' gave S5U to the Irish cause. (Laugh- e; any good and a friend' ________________ TO Kidnev-Pills- bought, six now I have been cured for i UNION BANK MANAGER four years, I wDl recommend them i to every i "No woman can be strong and healthy unless-the kidneys are -well. When the j IS TRANSFERRED The A. Y. P. A. of Sr. parish will be entertained nt the home of Mr. Fisher, avenue. (Comtland evening. Each member is requested to co.nt', repre- senting a well known hook-. J. A. Cuihbert. who has been "man- ill. the whole body is ill, o1' the North Lethbridge branch I for .the poisons which t-be kidneys ought to .filter out of the btood are left'In the Then: boiv important it must he to see rhls syscena of sewer- age be cot clogged up. Dean's Pilk a purely of tlie'-Union Banfc "of Canada for some" time, left last rnigin; to take over his new-duties as manager-ol the same bank's -braacfc at Gull Lake, Sask. A S number of his friends assembled at vegetable medicine, realizing quick, per- bid', aim farewell. Mr. inaiieBt rdief. without any after ill (Cunhbert, who has .made himself very effects. A medicine that will absolutely (popular during his residence in Leth- backache and all forms of kidney bridge, will be greatly missed, partic- bladder marly in Temperance Union iirect on receipc of'price by The T. Vfilburn Co., Limited. Toronto, Ont. If. ordering direct specify both oC which has been'an office holder since their organization i here. fff' GROCEKY BOBS We have a few grocery sleighs the thing: at the right price. hand. L. H. FOWLER CO. Corner Smith and Diifferiii Streets. This evening the baptist 'Young People's Union will rneerin the school room. A literary' and musical pro- gramme has been planned ana shouU) ligatory on that conference. The sit- uation in Scotland is interesting. The Unionists hold but eleven out of sev- enty-two seats there, and it would seem as if their portion had reached the' minimum, but, the Liberals claim they can win four or five of these seats. The House" of Lords, which has rejected many Scottish bills, is not popular north. of the. Tweed, and with Lloyd-George" conducting .a whirlwind" campaiga through the counties it does novs'eem probable that Unionists do- more than hold their own. "flly compassion, my cried i Lloyd-G-eorge at Satur-.j is not for landlords pouting j and. crying abouD a tax. 11 pity the poor, weiwring in the mor- i ass and my appeal to Scotland is that she should taKe the iead in the deliverance -of the multitude now hopeless misery.-" j 'Everywhere Liberals are making the i Lords' veto the supreme issue with! tue' unionists taking their stand, on i its tariff reforms and home rules. DRAYMEN DID NOT NAME CANDIDATE meeting evgniui. The programme is Sweet H more that --local .option -is- desirable for .the- city of Letn bridged .The meeting is in charge of the tern perance vice-president, Miss Munro. Mr. ,Delf and. Miss... Giddings are up- holding the affirmative" side, while Mr. Patterson and. the Jlr. j- Cfascadden ;tate Jordan and Behtbn toract as judges. Mr. S. Ball will -be the critic. S. JL preside. Ap- propriate music provide'd. Any--- 6ne Interested, in. M4' subject; .or in the worlc the J-eagiie is will- lie cordially welcomed. Wesley Church "League realise ihe: No tuiiig .developed at the meeting of the licensed draymen at their meet. ing bn Skturday night relative to en- tering 'a candidate in the municipal field. There were' about 'twenty-five .niemhers oE. the body present, and alt tnei'r time was taken up. with discuss- iL affect' the particular, ---The Ave. A Phone 1027. SMofoGurc quickly, stops eoliths, cures colds, teals ibe throat and hiaas 25 The .Very Best: 3Mb. tins 5'Ib. tins Ib. tins 20 Ib. tins The Store o G.Kerr city theiiiSelves ;bad-j condition the" streets and cross- ings in. the city, the dangerousness of the stree-t .crossing, and the o[ Coutts overhead--'bridge., and-last but tlie action of t-Iie city in exempting from licenses all teams en- gaged on the city's grading work with the result that "the contractors were able to bring. into the city a number SEED FAIR AT MACLEOD Christmas week always involves. This year the Wesley Ladles" Aid Socie'tjT will, hold tlieir sale on the atternoon of December 7th the.liours or three an-d six Tea will h3 served and there will a well stocl'- ed pastry- table. Fancr and useful ar- ticles have been especially prepared with the gift idea always in 'thought. The "Mission. Band and Philathea class will also have .booths well stocked to tempt the eye and pocket books of would-be purchasers.- -So while-spend- ing .your Christmas allowance at the sales this week save a little Tor the Ladies7 Aid sale- and you surely will not be ODD FELLOWS ELECT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF TETERANS IS ASSUMED Lodge .No, 2 Inaepend- since the prelirainafv meeting of eni Order 01 Odd Fellows electea ot- Vntcrans, held last week in St. Aug- iiccrs :or the year at mcetms on e year at their regular Justin's hau. at Friday 7iight-i Herman ent, twenty -six vete ten were pres- veterans have either Rosame was elected NoSlb Grand, G-. called in person at the-office'of W. lunior past George and ,or. nave sent in Maclean. Grand; C. P. Kromng, j thpil. names and credentials-. This recording secretary; C Lowther, j-makcs a total Ol- veterans Ct; Graiid. The at-tentlance at the meeting was j about- fifty and Bro. Dr. of Cardsion, v.-as present and extended greetings fiom the Cardston Lodge. samxc-rf by the Lcth'jndge lodges" a few weeks ago. advisability of Jioitilas itieir Christ-j of outside teams and teamsters and early iu iha roonch thereby put them to work -ivithout them har- aroidnstne confusion acd rush which inS to take.out licenses. It was -decided to call another njeec ing next Saturday when the matter of .taking action during the present election campaign will be further dis- cussed. Attendance .Small Exhibits AVere A'ery Good qtsfckly coughs, .cores colds, heul- the throat and JLunes. 25 .LAND BUYERS COMING. K. H. Owen, president of tbe Farm security Co., ot Minneapolis and L-eth- 'brictse, and vice-president of the O.W. Kerr Co., arrived in the city this mom ing 1'rorn Minneapolis and will spend a week or'ten days here. A party of land buyers from the tnid-dle western i states are'-following him a day or two land will be taken out to the Fanri- Se- {curity Co.'s 'Bar K Two 'tract -near uarclston. IDGE pany number will be granted 10 the Association from the headquarters at Veterans in tins district who are not in touch with the Association should see that, their credentials are before The committee a-t an early i dale, as these associations are -very popular throughout the Dominion, and i here is every indication that Leth- hridge liavc one of the largest. ARE THESE YOUR CLOTHES T Would you TOLERATE this FILTHY and UNSANITARY practice in an "al! white" steam laundry- Think of it. Give us a cliance. Eethbridge vEaimdry jQompany Phcnc 451 P. 0. Box 477 The city of Port Arthur has decided erect a new collegiate institute ar i a cost, of City Council will Discuss I Them at Special Meetin FORTY KILLED IN FACTORY FIRE Newark, broke out yesterday in a four brick .block, the lower two stor-eys oi which were occupied by the Newark Paper Box Co., the third by the Aetna like trie (Jo., and ihe i'ourth by Louis Wolf, manufacturer of underwear, it was at first known that twenty-eight were burned a-nd killed by jumping and many more have" ciied since bring ing the death roll up To nearly forty. Fifty female hands were trapped in ihe 'fourth storey. Many jumped to the life nets safely, but others mis- judged the 'distance ana fell on the. pavement. Several firemen were ser- iously injured by failing oodles. ..The nre was caused "by careless hanV.itg of gasoline in the second storey. MAKE THIS TEST to Tel! it Your Hair Is Diseased Alta., Nov.. Mac- leod Agricultural Society held their annual Seed Fair in the town hall on Saturday. The attendance to this fair was not up to expectations but in all other ways it was very successful. The judging of grain took place in the morning and in the afternoon ad- dresses were delivered by prominent farmers and agriculturalists, includ- ing 3Tr. C. E.- Lewis and A. E. Wilson.. Tbe following prizes were awarded: W. H. Shield: W. J. Glass; 3. A. R. McFadden. .White 27 R. McNab; 3.. J. A. White. Alberta (only prize awarded.) W. .L Glass. Barley Hugh Mackintosh, (only prize awarded.) Hugh Mackin- tosh, prize awarded.) LUCAS BY ACCLAMATION Vancouver. Nov. Lucas. Conservative, was elected by accla- mation today in Yale to fi-11 the va- ancy caused by the resignation of Pre- mier McBricie. who chooses to sit for Victoria. PARISIAN SAGE WiLL GROW MORE HAIR Parisian Sage will stop falling hair in two dandruff ia the same time and stop scalp itch, at once. It makes the hair soft, silky and lux- uriant. "AS A HAIR DRESSING Parisian Sage is without peer. It.con- tains notuing that can harm the bair is not, .sticky, oily or greasy and prevents as well as euro diseases of ithe scalp. j Women and children, by the thous- and use it ciaily as a dressing and no I home is complete without it. MONEY BACK IF )T FAILS Druggists and stores everywhere guarantee Parisian Sage and "will re- fund your money if it fails. Ask drug- j gists Jaclcson and' Cope-what they i think of it. They sell it at 50c per j large bottle ov you can secure- it by mail postpaid from Giroux Manufac- j turing uo., Fort Erie, Ont. See that the Girl with the Auburn Hair is on each package. Sold and guaranteed Even if you have a luxuriant head of j of hair you may want to know wheth- j er it is in a healthy condition or not. SS-'per cent of the people need a hair tonic. Pull a hair out-of your, head; if-the bulb at the end of the root is white ami shrunken, it proves that the luiir is diseased, and requires prompt treat- ment if its loss would be .avoided. If the bulb is pink and full, the hair is healthy. We want every one whose hair re- quires treatment to try Rcocal] "93" Hair Tonic, We promise it shall not cost anything if it does not give -sat- Will Make Hair Grow JSvery up-to-date woman should have .radiant hair. There, are thousands of women with jercorne reiieve irrita- 'irarsh, faded, characterless hair, who u tion, to stimulate the hair roots, right- isfactory results. It is designed to dv- by the engineering department of jPride in having beautiful hair. Every C.P.R. have been bv C.Kv woman can have lustrous The for '-lie Cout ts-street, over :do nor. try to improve'it. bridge, which have been prcpar- j England and Paris worneu_take od by iho Engineer ArnoW. They will come up iand luxuriant hair by using SALVIA: fcir approval at the spiiMal meeting of i the great American Sage Hair Ton- tlie. city council tonight. Tlie- city Alberta Drug and Book Co, tonight. The city engineer a large bottlc-'for 50 cents, and .two j it to banish. Dandruff, stop the filing hair and itching scalp in ten will probably urge that one or minor changes be made before city's approval is givtu. 'days, or money back. hair already in the head, grow I-air .and cure baldness. It is because of what Rexall "93" Hair Tonic has done and our sincere faith in its goodness that, we want you to try it at. our risk. Two sizes, oOc and Sold only at our The Rcxall Higinhotham Co., Special Agents. A large shipment of Christmas 'Goods has just arrived at the above store. Come early and get your choice. Remember last goods were sold out two weeks before Christmas '815 Kedpath door to Miss -Tilney, Milliner Opposite Doctor Mcwburn's ;