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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 Tilli LETir-BRTDGE T) ATLY HERALD fDD ATLANTIC rWn ATLANTIC r K STEAMSHIPS S '1MB U ROYAL HAIL M [HPRES5ES Winter Excursion Rates ROUND TRIP FIVE MONTHS LIMIT On Sale Daily, Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st FROM ALL RAILWAY STATIONS MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA AND THE KOOTENAYS GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, SCANDINAVIA AND THE CONTINENT CHRISTMAS JOHN and LIVERPOOL Emprew of Britain Friday, December 13 Empress of Ireland....................... Friday, December 27 tor reservations of berths or further particulars apply nny railway UEent' J. S. CARTER, General Agent. 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canadian Pacific Railway Home Visitors' Excursions United States Points Return Fare from Letlibrirtg-e Minneapolis or St. Paul Duliitli Chicago, Kansas City CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALS DECEMBER to 31st, 1912. RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE.: For furthtr particulars call oh S. B. or wrfie to -Mltche.U, Ticket Agent, VR. G. AlcNEILLIE, District Passenjer Agent, Calgary. EASTERN EXCOREIONS VIA DEC THREE EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY Lethbrulgc to Toronto and Beturn, Lelhbridge to -Montreal and Eeturn, Corresponding low rates to points In Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces :kets on Saie December'1st to 31st in- cluaivi t Good to return within three months Liberal Extension Privileges Tickets issued in connection with TRANS- ATLANTIC TRIPS oh sale November 7th to December 31st, Inclusive and limited to five months from date of privileges of extension. Finest equipment, Standard and Tourist Sleeping" Cars Djni 3 an all through trains. Compartment Library, Observation ct "Imperial Limited" and "Toronto Special Through Tourist Car Service For dates .of, departure and In connection with these excursions. reservations apply to local agent. Tickets Via all Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines For full information, rail and Steamihlp tickets anolv tn a MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or write lo P R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alberta. TDD ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS ROYAL MAIL, if EXPRESSES TDD ATLANTIC V..KK STEAMSHIPS .EHPRESSES December Sailings Empress of Britain St. John to Liverpool ..Friday, Dec. 13 Empress of Ireland Friday, Dec. 27' WEEKLY SAILINGS LOWEST RATES Unequalled Second, Third Class. Complete details on application. Berth can now be made with any Railway or Steamihlp Agent for Christmas or write J. S. CARTER, Gen'l. Agt., 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg. Excursions To Europe WHITE iSTAR- LARGEST In connection with special rates on the railways ,Nov. 7 to Dec. 31. From Date S3. Laurentlc Portland Dec, 7 SS, Laurentic ___ Halifax Dec. S SS. Teutonic Portland Dec. 14 S Teutpnic Halifax Dec. 15 SS. Canada......Portland Dec. 21 SS. Canada......Halifax Dec. 22 Travel by the "Laurentlc" or gande" the largest and best, or by he one-class (II) cabin steamers, Large and ast. Excursion1 Rates Iso from NewT'ofU'by'Whitc Star ervices to Liverpool or Soiiiiianiii- qn; American Line to Southump- 011; Atlantic Transport 'Line to jondo'h; Red Star. Line' tp ;.'.DoVer Antwerp; from Boston via White Star -and. Ley I and Liftes .'to iverpool. Also sailing via one port and re- timing via another. Apply for particulars to nearest aihvay or SS. agent, or AV. M. ijc- .eod. Can. Western Passenger Agt., 33 Main Sireet, Winnipeg. California Exeuriioni from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDEb LIKE LOW TO OTHCM POINTS TRAVEL, BY SKA on tlie bir Ocenn-coltiff Steamships PRESIDENT or GOV1-RNQK. Send for free itlustrnted booklet of California iiotcti nud free map of the Pacific Coast Be sure to reserve Berths in adv ance PACING C04ST STEAMSHIP CO. CEO. W. On. fill. tljt. 113 JAMES ST. SEATTLE, WASH. Trying lo Suppress, the Story of House of Money Kings A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Merid- ian, Ccnu., 40 years old, was nd- >'ised by her physician to try Dr. Martell's Female Pills, she did so with wonderful results. Thous- uds of others would say the .same. 20.years the standard, at iiir druggist. .ebon Line j Direct Service CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS Large new twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carry- ing One Class cabin aud Third- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St.'John, N.B., Dec. 6th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure the best, it costs no more. Apply to any railway, ship agent or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 445 Main St. Phono M5312 Winnipeg, .CANADIAN POST OFFICE BOX Si 11 Wall Beautiful Designs in You must live with your books furniture and wall paper Therefore have them to please PAPER, for It occupies more space in your' anything else. The Revlo Co. Painters and Decorators Avenue Soutf Exhaustive tests by Belgian chem- U was possible to obtain bv dlstilla Jsto showed that the purest water tlon still retained its blue color Why doesn't -he lake. NA-BRU-CO Headache Wafers They stop khsadaohe promptly, yd do not contain any of the dangerous commca In hcicladic your Druggist ahcul fern. 25c. .U-M. NATIQNAL Dnuc AMD CHEMICAL Co. or ,...___ Excursion Fares Pacific Coast Points Single Fare Plus For the Round Trip to Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster SPECIAL LOW ROUND TRIP FARES LOS ANGELES. SAN DIEGO, SANTA BARBARA AND SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA VIA Vancouver, Seattle and Pacific Coast Steamship Lines ONE OF THE .BENEFICIAL "EF- ECTS OF BRITISH SUZER- AINTY IN ANCIENT EGYPT Cairo, Egypt, N ener has been iK v. Kitch- visit to the Dolta, where he .inspected the .pumps and the of dniinage work. His Lordship also initiated a sdiemt for the'dlstributfon among tue fellrt- hin ol land 'made available for culti- vation by the progress of the drain- age and as a start fill) foddahs were distributed In live feddan lots to some of the poorer fellahin. The conditions of tenure are that during tho first three years when a certain amount !6f reclamation work will be necessary the latul is. to be lield practically free of charge; dur- ing the succeeding ten years, how- ever, a moderate rental will be de- manded after which the holding be- comes the property of the tenant. In his way a number of small land hold- ers will be created with corresponding to the development of the country. PRINCESS WRITES BOOK UPON EGYPT L'omlon, Nov. London Is keenly interested la the efforts wuich are being made -by the London house of Uolhechllds to' stop the pub- llciitiou of a book dealing with the history of the famous financial family. Tho volume Is entitled "The Homauco of the and the publisher Is JSverleigh Nash, who It Is under- stood, told his friends that he was determined to .go on with the book ilesplto the objections of the Hoth schlltlB. Arrangements have also been made by Nash for simultaneous pub- lication of the "Komance" in America by tho Putnams. The attempts to suppress the book have already been taken in a legal form. The Moth- schikls applied to Justice Bailhache, England's newest member of the bench, in chambers, for an Injunction against Nash. As reports of such proceedings in camera are prohibited, no mention of tli'e raise has been made In any English papers for fear of in- curring prosecution for contempt of court. Judge 'Daiihache's hearing on the nppllcatiou for .an injunction occupied 20 minutes, it is said. The counsel for the itothschilds argued tha't the book contained libellous matter ana Instanced a story which he alleged it contained of how Nathan Hoth- iChlld, founder of the London branch of the firm, made a large amount of money after the battle of Waterloo. 'Nathan Was in Paris when he received word tliat Napoleon' had been defeat- ed., cii the Belgian battlefield. He posted to London In Jiot: haste and arrived at the stock exchange next morning worn, weary and travel stained. The London stock exchange was at that time alive with reports that Wel- lington had heeu worsted and stocks were tumbling. Rothschild, who could have stopped llu- slump with a single word by announcing defeat, said His woe begone uuponrarice due really to fatigue of his hurried journey, was attributed to his depression over the financial losses he 'was supposed to have in- curred and some of his-friends openly, expressed sympathy with him. According to the story told in "The Romance of (he Nathan not only allowed them to remain un- der that false impression, hut en- couraged it. Meanwhile, his agents were quietly buying up all the consols they could obtain in preparation for the rise which followed the I'e'ceipt of the news that it was Wellington, not Napoleon, Who had gained the day on the field of Waterloo. As the counsel for the Rothschilds cited this starves grounds for injunc- tion, Justice Bailhaehe Interposed the remark: "It's a long time since Waterloo." Other arguments advanced by tho Rothschilds' counsel were ecinaliy CURE OF BY "FRWTIVES' Pain Almost Unendurable Until He Bega: To "Take The Famous Medicine Made Fron Fruit, Which Is Making So Many Cures. Suffered For Five Years And Would Be Sti( It Not Been There no doubt about "Fruit-j-tives" bring tilt long sought for cure f.l Rheumatism, Sciatica and Neuralgia. Every diy sees some sufferer relieved ll "Fruit-a-tivey1. Every day sees some "hopeless, incurable" cisc of yield to tne inogic powers of these truly in jrvcilous tablets, which are mule by wonderful secret process frcru the juices of fruits. There niiiy be skeptics. There may be people who think that pcrluj "Fruit-a-tlvcs" if all figlit fortthen, but not for them. There may be people wll insist that their cases are too far none to be helped. To all such, we lis Mr. Dob-soil diJ. Give 'hem a chance to prove ili'rnM Mr. Dobson thought Mi case incurable yet a short tfcatmtm was luilitii cure him. "Fruit-a-llves1'1 is the greatest remedy lor that the world I fere i the proof BRONTE. OHT., March 1st 19 tip "Fnllt-a-tives" has tiiadc n complete cure in my cass of Rheumatism in had at least five years fencing bcfdrc I commenced the treatment. The was principally in my right hip and shoulder, the pain from it was almost i endurable. Not being able to sleep on that side, if I chanced to turn onl right side while- asleep, the pain would immediately awaken me. This keptli until I.started taking I started by taking one or two tablets} the morning with a large glass of water, before breakfast ind cxpericnd pronounced benefit very shortly. After a continued treatment (or about months, I was cured and am now in first-class health. This] I attribute to t persistent use of and I heartily recommend your remedy to a Rheumatic Sufferers, feeling confident that if taken faithfully, a cure will rem I keep a general store at the above address and often rccommcni "Fruit-a-tives" to my JAMES DOBSON. Get a boX of them as Mr. Dobson took them__a; "Fruit-a-tives" will cure you just us they cured Mr. Dobson. 5oc. a box, 6 tin or trial size, At all dealers or sent on receipt of price bvj Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, Ont. Tuesday night of this week was ex-; up, was a professional caller cecilinirly interesting. The subject Spring Coulee on Sunday, and was, "Resolved that a married man in the severe snow storm the morning. Cardstoniles were somewhat without effect on tho Judge who Mclatosh upheld the school both disappointment was not in the lai 'an do more good m the world than a single man." Dr. Amos ami Mr. i Berlin, Xov. UcV.now- ma-rily dismissed the application tori Messrs. Pickup sky, wife of the newly appo'nted Oer- an injunction. and Davics, I promising young bachelors, argurd that tlie new inspector is Mr. man ambassador to Great Britain, is Literary friends who have seen ad- vance sheets of' the hook, pronounce ifc one of the most charmiiwly sub-, iective studies of both ancient and i .modern Egypt which have been writ-i ten. DATES OF SALE )ecemljer ]2, 13, 14, 1912; January 7, IS, 19, 20, and February 11. 12. 13 813. RETURN LIMIT APRJL 30, 1913 Liberal Stop-Overs Por full particulars apply to local icket agent, or write td R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta. WHO IS NORWAY PREPARING TO FIGHT1 Chicago, III., Nov. special-dea- >atch today to the Chicago Da.ily News rom Cbristianla, Norway, says: "Warlike preparations are still go- ng on in Norway, the Importation of coal during the last month hoth by ha military authorities and private 'irnis, has been enormous. Orders for the mobilization of the military and navy forces of the king- dom luivo boon in readiness with grain Tor abiiiil. year and large quantities (il provisions have been stored every- where." First Application Darkens the Hair A SIMPLE REMEDY GIVES COL- OR STRENGTH AND BEAUTY TO THE HAIR You don't have to have gray hair or faded hair If you don't want to. Why look old or unattractive? If your hair is gray or faded, you can change it easily, quickly and by using' Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. Apply little tonight and In the morning you will be agreeably surprised at 1 the results from a single appllca- tlon. The gr.-.y hairs will be less j conspicuous and after a few more i applications will be restored to natural color. j Wyeth's Snge, and Sulphur also quickly removes dandruff, loaves scalp clean and liealtby. and pro- motes the growth of tho hair. It U a clean wholesome dressing which may be used at any time perfect safety. Get a fifty cent bottle from your druggist today, tnd see how quick- ly it will restore tho youthful colgv and beauty of your, hair and for- ever end the nasty dandruff, hot, Itchy scalp and falling hair. All drtigrgisis sell it nntler guarantee that, the money will be refunded if yon arr- not satisfied after a fair trial. Agents: .1. Illglnbolham Co., druggists? PEOPLE ARE CANVASSING PROS ,AND CONS OF PROPOSED NEW TRAIN SERVICE Cardston, Nov. last year, opinion seems to be pretty well di- vided as will bo the belter train service for Cardston during the winter months. Tlie proposal of the company to run an early train irom Lethbridge to arrive in Cardstcn at 10 o'clock in tiic morning and leave again at meets with the ap- proval of a good man. No material 'difference can come to the amount ol business left in town 'as travellers would necessarily reijnire to stay over a day in any case. The nrrivjt! of mai's at a more conven ent tini' will be a point in (avor of the change. Country travellers will ar rive and depart at a tiiv.e when csn go to and Irom homo without having to stay over a night hoth ways. The Board oi Trade is asked to express an opinion 'ior the town and a meeting ior this purpose will he hald shortly. Csnv eron evidently' thinks foiir banks no't enough for Ciirclston'K business as IIP has made allowance for SO minutes to net lo IKc banks after arrival in I.cililiridge. The dplwlr at the Young i'eoplc's Guild of the I'rcslij Icriau church, on and Mrs. Mclntosh, will Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. jn Of Mr. jiolt. Seers, Mrs. Amos Pickup and Dr. Amos. Walsh, minister of the sided. Dr. Neilson has made liberal dis- tribution of wild gccse shot on his' farm at Raley. The doctor on a re-' cent trip to the farm, brought dow seventeen of the big grey the butcher has been get...., for an answer for several dav: reports arc t3 uu MIII injine liev. Oeorge, successor to Mr. McKerracli church, -pi'L'- ler. CONFESSED .TO MURDER Huffalo, N. U, Nov. Km Hicliey, nmrte a tull confession of i murder, October 12, 1911, of Josepas the seven year old l.n'bJ wanno boy and of Michael Krucli. Ill _ New York newsboy, December 12, IDll past. The confession, was made as ae o Dr. Lynn, accoinpanled by Mr. pick- rlct Attorney Wesley c. Dudley. fl DRINKING MEN CURED OF THE HABIT BY THE NEAL THREE-DAY TREATMENT Every drinking man, in his sober moments, realizes the handi- cap under which he Is placed by Ms periodical lapses from sobriety. The man who drinks moderately or the one who drinks to ex- cess, are both slaves to the habit, and from experience have learned that It Is Impossible to stop drinking without assistance. Thn poison is in their system, and the craving for alcoholic stimulams must bo satisfied. Their buElness suffers, their social standing Is Impaired ar.il their self-respect steadily diminishes. The Neal Treatment conquers the drink habit effectively an1) effect a cure In three day's time. The Neal Treatment consists of a purely vegetable medloliw taken Internally and docs not Include hypodermic Injections. Tlie Neal Treatment removes every traco of alcoholic poison from the system, It clears the brain, steadies the nervw and res- tores the body to a normal healtliy condition All this is done in three day's time and the patient leaves tlie institute wlUi all'crnvlng for alcoholic stimulants banished. M> di-inking HIIK car, afford to BUM-iiiia t're.it you can be cured practically without loss of-time and planes you on an erjuoJ basis with your keen minded !n business today for full particulars. Correspondence strictly confidential. Address The Nc.il Institute Co., Ltd., 820 Thirteenth Ave. West, Calgary, -fl ;