Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
29. 1910. THE LETHBBIDbE DAILY HERALJ) :NO INDIESHQN OR STOMACH Gas, Heartburn, Sour- ness or Dyspepsia five Minutes Later mo- yourself of Stomach and Indigestion? ,-A- dieted; stomach blues" and grumbles. Give- it- a good --.eat, then take Pape's Diape'psin Jxy start, gestive "juice's "working. There Jwill be no -of- Gas. or eructations'-.of undigested food; no" feeling like "a lump" of lead i.n the Good. Words From Con- don Over Tight With CR R. Family Remedie ...cablegram received yesierday by W. ez-Attoraey-GeneraJU-froin Sydney B- nausebiis joders. poison your breath with j.lhe government'' joi plead the case of the province against the U.P.R. be- Pape's Diapepsin.costs; only 50 cents I fore the-privy council in .'London, for a; large case at any drug store i states that the argument in both cas- here, and will relieve the most has been privy stdnate case of-Indigestion and Upset council-has rendered an 'adverse deci- S'tomach in five minutes. There is 'nothing else better to take 'sion'in'the minor in which j three million dollars was involved, i twenty VU.1 healthy f Tfie. reserving of judgment in this is held to indicate that the pro- C Gas from Stomach and cleanse the and reserved judgment in the main stomach and intestines, and cas-e "wiving man? .million dollars, one single dose mil digest and prepare estimated between for assimilation into the blood all your an l lTCy millloc- 'food' -the. same-" as a sound, stoinach would %o it. When works, your stom-! viacc's being very seriously -ach itself in order, clean the coutt and officials then you feel eat'ng wher OI l ie departments of the government 'you come to the table, and what imtclestea v'ho are that a for eat will do you good i decision will be rendered. Absolute, relief from all Stomach the Province of .Alberta in- Misery is waiting for you as soon as tcr'estcd la >Jie the [you decided to take a little Diapepsin 'Tell your druggist that you want Pape'S DiapepsiS; because you want tc become thoroughly cured this -time, if your This trademark stands for all that is best and purest in family remedies. There, are no secrets about Nyal's impos- sible The trade- mark stands for open and square dealing. Nyal Remedies mean no mys- terious nostrum, but pure ingredients compounded with scientific accuracy. There's a Nyal Remedy for every ordinary similar to what your own physician would prescribe. We know the formulae of all Nyal's Remedies know ex- actly what's in may know and your doctor can know too. That's why we cheerfully recommend them. viace of Saskatchewan as well, thy latter; having entered; when it came'up last; June. "Both cases] centre around the claim of the pro-l he G. P. R. i O'CONNOR HAS SEEN SEAMYSDE OF LIFE For Three Years He Hunted Work and Food in Broke Into Politics Thirty Years Ago--His Splendid Success As Moneyrgetter Sold end by ALL LETHBR1DGE DRUGGISTS u cn jou.can ge, rehel minutes. -DIAMOND CITY City, Aita., A'ov. 25. The first of the "assemblies field 3; evening under the auspices of tho pany by the parliament of are now 'taxable, the province's! .i contention being that twenty-vearj i exemption from- taxation, 'was" given i 1 when- the lands were granted, and! j that ..they ext-ended date of j the survey of the land and not from. WERE KILLED Graitqn, Vv. Va., Nov.. .r ,n0t from more and- Ohio passenger train No 7 lhe souring, of .a patent the New .York and Chicago Express l company, westbound, one of the fastest trails ui louj J ------t-----J- "toi'uvwiiw, UliC Ul Lltl iaSLeStj trails Thirteen Club of Diamond City TllQ Province's suit includes a. claim on the road, was wrecked at mid- ea in every respect. all arrears m taxes as-well. night at the.head-ol the 17-mile grade the dancing; three trainmen were.killed. -and three injured, while a number ot pass- the music forv which was provided by Neidham's Orchestra of Lethbrid-e. credit for the success of the at- fair is due the Mrs Dare, Ulrs. .'Laughton, Mrs. "Robinson f and Miss .and tot the I tee. ru is" the" "intention' to hold a masquerade dance during Christmas j: Work On the new schoolhouse is pro i- grossing nicely and the trustees speak i of having a ceremony; at tiie formal i opening. j The _stork has ha-ct a very busy homes having" been visited; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bryant, a son. a daugh Wm i.ter. faUI me with a engers received scratches. The dead, L. J. Fiannagan, 50 years of age; of Grafton, singlti; JbJngineer H. H. Be- j moss, oi G-raftou, .firemanr Joe'-Weav- er, of Piedmont; W. Va., of I helping engine with which the passen- iger train collided. .Engine No. 1790 had helped: the passenger train up the j heavy grade, and had steamed ahead to tatee a siding and was backing up- on the siding when the collision came with the oncoming passenger train, a miscalculation having been made by Allow one-of the engineers. -The crash was se of your terrible. The helper engine was de- Pine" Syrup. Last molished, and its tank thrown upon cold wbict jeft thc east bound track. The a Cold. It Left Him with a Hacking Cough. .Mr. J. H. Richards, 1S52 Vancouver, B.C., .Thomas Power O'Connor, Nation- alist M.P. for the Scotland division of Liverpool since 1885, who recently made a tour of the whole of Canada, the interests of the Home Rule for Ireland propoganda, born at Ath- lone, Ireland, and celebrated his sixty- second birthday on October 5 last. He educated at the college of the Im- maculate Conception, Athloae, pro- ceeding thence to Queen's College, Galway, .-where he graduated in the degrees of B. A- and JI. A. Adopting journalism as a profession, he joined the staff of Saunder's Newsletter, a Dublin Conservative journal, as junior reporter, and after three years in the Irish capital crossed to London in search "of a situation, and was fortun- ate enough lo obtain a position on the Daily Telegraph. "-In a recent self revelation he has told the public something of the im- mense influence exercised over his early life by the study of Goethe. Un- happy knack of foreseeing and pro- viding for this demand. His T P.'s Weekly, with its eminently instructive supplied a long felt want, and brings delight to millions of readers. Only this month ie has launched out with another enterprise, this time s monthly publication entitled T. P.'s Magazine, .which, promises to add an- other to his. long- list of successes. .Among the books which bear his name may be mentioned The Parnell Movement, Gladstone's House of Com- mons, aud Napoleon, whOe in Some Old Love S-tories and In the Days of My Youth, he has presented some de- lightful reading.'. He is the author of countless- essays and articles -on many subjects. i No account of- "Tay however brief, is complete without reference to his talented wife, who is of Ameri- can birth and holds a prominent posi- tion in literary circles. In her forth- j coming L .Myself, some extracts that on the side of the house >wKere winter blasts strike hardest-siways has a lower temperature rest of the house. There are. times when it is necessary to temperature quickly, or to keep :the temperature up for ;a Jong period. That can't be done by the regular method of heating without great' trouble and overheating the rest of the house. The only reliable method of heating such a room alone by other means is to iise a which can be tcpit at fiiM ,dr low heat for a short or longtime An indicator always- shows the amount of oil in the fbht. Hiler-cap does not screw on; -but is put in like a cork in a Bottle and is attached by a chain ind cannot get lost. r w. Aft aanjc Spreader prevents the wick from beinf turned hith enough tQ smoke, ihd is easy to remove and drop -back so that it can be cleaned in an instant ;v The burner body or gillery cannot become wedged, and can be 10 21 finished in japan or strong, durable, well- made, bum for and yeriight and ornamental. Has cool'handle. Dtaltfs BvtryxKert. at yours, icrifcforldcteripKn efradar the ntartst sgexty of the fortunately, as he himself says, he ar-e given froia letters- written to her cough everv ume pacnSer tra ecSme derailed cough would become a lung splitting cnel Mr. and Mrs. Jho. Newton', a son. Mr. and Mrs. Sproat, a daughter. T. 7 A mutual improvement societv has on SettmS and 1 kept oc :been ..organized in connection with the spending money buying different cough of the Baptist church, the fol- remedies until a friend asked officers "ie verv me TJ overturned, as were the a httie more cold ttus backing and the smoker. Baggage Dr. W. Sutton, assistant lighthouse- t Thunder Cape, Port Arthur, suddenly while on .duty. DON'T MISS THE Miss McDermotty df Brocket paid a visit-to her brother, Mr. J.'L Mc- Dermoct, this week. The new hotel will likely be opened the 15th of December. This will one of The finest hotels in South- ern Alberta' and much appre- ciaied by the travelling public. ____ Mr. R.: -Laughton has received the tfle trade mark; price 25 cents.' "appoint-mcnt of -Justioe of the Peace for the village of Diamond Citv. T -_------7 couga was gone. I.am keeping the other half bottle in case it should come agaia but I am quite sure I have a positive cure. Let me recommend Dr. Wood's ]S7orway Pine Syrup to all who suffer from a coueh or throat irritation of any kind." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrttr is put up m a yellow wrapper: three pine trees e trade mark; price 25 cent Manufactnred only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, "Ont. in Force on All of Cornell Travis' Swell Stock of Furnish- ings and Furs Clothing, misconstrued, for many years the gos- pel of this great teacher, interpreting his message to 'be that the -true life for a aian of letters was to live for himself and in. himself alone. One tiling only should concern him, name- ly., so to build his inner life that it might be entirely self sufficing, and so detached that it could not be touched by anything outside of it. Instead of studying actual life, even one's gaze -was to be withdrawn from it; the only kingdom in which lo dwell was the-inner kingdom of one's-own mind., Thus while the whole life of London encircled him with its complex and fascinating- presentments, the young Irishman pursued his false ideals with obstinate pertinacity. It was small matter for wonder that he made but little war in his''profession, and that after holding ;his position for three years, a reconstruction of the staff left; him adrift on the stormy seas of Lon- don journalistic1 life as-helpless and friendless as when he first reached th'e city. For three; years he remained without regular employment, writing- any kind of hack work which present- Bernard Shaw, before he be- came famous. One of .these reads thus: "Decidedly the American wor man is the woman of the future, but how the, American woman contrives to get .on with .the Irishman of the present without driving him out.of senses by frankness which strikes me as appalling indiscretion, was -the sec- ond, thought which occurred to me when I met you at the Star sanctum, th'e first thought being, of course, the realization of the American woman herself personally." The Imperial Oil Company, Limited. Essay Competition For Empire Here in also1 a delightful Shavian description of Mrs. O'Connor: "Yop still looking with open, delightful eyes at the glitter of West European. whitewash, and advising maids; wires and widow-s with the art- less wisdom of an incomparable and unique me? Stu- pendous project! No; I learn, from everybody, and' what I learn I .teach, but I am nobody's pupil, though I should be glad, indeed to meet my master. 1'ou will find Tery few peo pie in; London who know anytmng but those who do nave learnt it all from me." Mrs. O'Conner also tells an amtis- ed itself, and going down into those'ing story of her mother Mrs John depths of adversity which looking j Morgan Richards: 'Before the war backwards are perceived to be the brightest jewels of experience, how- ever trying they may have been at the Furn- Tliat the kind of iture you are needing just _ 1 A wiiat we are 1_____ e imve an exten- Furniture i' u and House sive line of Furnishings to claoose from. We are specializing this week in Beds, Springs and Mat- tresses. Our Japanese lines are also well wortn your inspection. Better come'before they are all gone. 324 Crabb Street time- Frequently knowing not where to look for food or to sleep, T. P. is yet glad of having undergone this or- deal, for from it he emerged awaken- ed from a cold self absorption to a knowledge of the -world and sympathy with it. This was the beginning of his real education, and here it may well be said, was shaped the keystone of his unbounded success in appealing to and gauging the feelings of the gen- eral literary p.ubli-c. Invasion of Politics 'Eventually in 1876 he obtained steady employment in the London of- fice of the New York Herald. Soon afterwards he published a complete life of the then premier, entitled "Lord Beaconsfield, a a work which received general praise for its literary merits and research, but as it took a very unfavorable view of the Conservative leader, its conclusions met with a widely different reception j from Liberal and Conservative critics. Mr. O'Connor was elected member for the town of Galway at the general election of 1880. and soon became one j of the most active and prominent mem I bers of the party led by Mr. Parneli. j He -was one of the executive of the I Land League, both in England and Ireland. In October, 1881, he set oufrj for the United States, and lectured on j the Irish cause to large gatherings in i j nearly all Luc great, cities, during a tour which extended over seven months, and raised a large sum of money. In 1SS3 he was elected presi-1 dent of the Irish National League of j Great Britain and two years later j stood for the Scotland division of Liv- i erpool, defeating the Liberal candidate by a majority of 3350. He was return- i eu at -the same time for Galway.- but j elected to take the seat at which he has retained ever since, I During his brilliant journalistic j career. Mr. O'Connor started the Star j in 1SS7, but after three years resigned j his interest in that paper. He also founded the Sun and the Weekly Sun, his full page article on a "Book of the Week" in the Weekly Sun being at the time one of the features of Eng- Jish journalism. From the title of the-personal column, originally edited by him in the Star, his next venture, M. A. P., took its name, being a gos- siping biographical record the say- ings and doing of contemporary peo- ple. With the spread of education, cheap editions of the classics, and tho con- sequent transformation of the masses into readers, a demand has been cre- ated within recent years for that lit- erary fare which previously had been almost solely required by the leisured classes. Mr, O'Connor has had the' was declared between the United States and Spain and' while it was be- The following are the subjects and conditions for the Essay 'Competitions inter-all Secondary schools and inter- all Primary schools of the Empire for 1911: A. Secondary Silver Challenge Cup, value ?50f presented ,by the Right Hon. K P., to be held by the a per- sonal prize of ?25, given by the League of the offered for competition, inter all Secondary Schools of the Empire, lor'an. .Empire Day Essay, not exceeding -words. Age limit, 14 to 20. Subject: Tne Value of English Lit- erature as a Bond of Union for the English-speaking Races. B. Primary Silver Chal lenge Cup, value ?50. presented by the Kight Hon. the Earl of Meath, K. P, and a personal prize of given by the League of -the Empire, is offered for competition, inter-all-Elementary Ing agitated Mrs. .Richards was using j Schools of the Empire, for an Empire Day Essay not exceeding every argument against it, and finally she sent 'this telegram: Pope. Vatican, war. Richards." COALOAUE Mr. and. Mrs. John Davidson, .are re joicing over the arrival of little Mary -Jane, Tuesday, Nov. 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Nillson, of Stirlingt arc guests of Mr. and "Mrs. Alfred Halev. Tounsley left for Calgary Sat urday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert O'Neil, from Calgary, spent a week ago Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Pawson. Mrs. O'Neil will be remembered as Miss Rosena Bool in. Age limit under 14 years old. Subject: Describe an ordinary '-day of your life so as to make it clear to tflose who live in different surround- ings- Conditions 1. All essays must he certified by the teacher, parent or guardian of a child in the- following terms: "I certify that this essay is -the un- aided composition of the fboy or girl in whose name it is .sent in. Teacher, parent or uardian. Note This declaration is not intend Austin Walsh and Miss Ida White efl to preclude a teacher from answer- Sunday with Miss Hilda White. JnS any reasonable requests for in- formation, or from indicattaj such information may .fce- found, an essay'must not he-a ;niere re-- production of given, in class. It. is not expected: that vthe'eseay. will ,he- written without the ordinary and authoritatiye. sources of information, on the subjects "tout it' is expected that "the information: will.' be -thoroughly rend- ered in the language in' the essay offered for competition.' 2. All essays "must in-the schools, only the 'best one .from each school ;belng sent. In for con- sideration. In 'cases where the Edu- cation authorities are kindly cb-oper ating, .with the League the. essays snould .be forwarded- through that de- partment As tie-usual sources "of: iu formation In regard to the subjects are best known in the competitor's .own is hoped that the authorit- ies transmitting the essays will ex- amine them and refrain from sending on essays wnich do not satisfy the conditions-explained -under head one. 3. All essays must reach tral offices of the League of the Em- pire. Cazton Westminster, Lon- don, England, by. the First of March, 1911. 4. Any essay exceeding the word limit, or written 'by a child over" aga will be disqualified. b. Essays should fee written on side of the paper, and the competitor's full name and address, date of 'birthf and school must be clearly given. The age limits laid down, will be taken empire Day, 1911. The names of the winning schools win each year be engraved upon the cups, which are replicas of the Wart ADVANCE (NOW ON SALE) FOR DECEMBER (NOW ON SALE) Here are some attractive numbers from the new list: STANDARD RECORDS IS TJc. Brings the and Tenor Solo by M. That Barber Shop Chord." Bffiy Murray and Quartet It Inch DOCBLE-FACID RECORDS We. ttf two J 'Ytzcatana Pryor's Emnd Collins and Harlan RED SEAL RECORDS New MELBA Records Seveatcsa splendid selections by the world's Queen of Song. each 60010 PURPLE LABEL New LAUDER Records Oueeti Among the Heather. "A Trip to Inverary." 10 inch, 90c, each Hoar these records at the nearest dealer's. Write for catalogue of our records. 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