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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Saturday. October 4, 1013 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 3 Standards Specials for Saturday Dressers Sel of (Barter exit ojk, Golden Finish Diners, (one Sim cbalr, 5 small) uyhoister- i-d leather. Kegular Saturday. Vacuum Gleaners. We have u of iho left, [his Is one cl the most prac1 Ttcal har.4 that has yel bfcen made.. Price Curtains Carpets Cfur new carpets fled cur- lain tnitorialB are arriving daily. We will, be pVsatod (o. show you some of the iieV goods. 4th Avenue South, opposite Court House Tho MAKES HQMJE BRIGHTER. Artl) LABbfc LlGHTEfc. A PASTE [THiF.F.DAim'G.J.No DUST No WASTE I HAMILTON. CANADA! Noftusr Lethbndge as a Moral Gty.l I To the Editor Herald: following is tho honyr roll for eptember for (Jalbraith sttool i Total enroled, 20C. Kiisl Class ('lara UichatJ iiallcn. liobe-rt Jos- epli Sitmn, Martha Kcrgan, GL'.dys V, Laura Uuchanan, Kaie Mc- .Samuel Mctiowan, Frank Sullhau, V'Lfu Wjlie. N Second Class Arid Faster, Norman Foi. Hesiry llucliar.aii; Mary LiDic Morn's, May-Main. VI. I-'irst C'ia-is ClflrcflCP JacksoiJ, Uratc ['arsons, Itofifr ile- dcnstroni, Ashcroft, Krwl Webb, Willie Harrison, "Kva Hac- grcaifs, Tambor. Set'OJid Class Margaret Tom Lsllie John Kumar, James Stevenson, Alex Kad- Icy, Clernr-ns 1'irocb. A f (iratle IV. First Class Honors Robert Kcrgan, Daisy, Holmes. GtaCs Mcl.fary, Arthur Peodle, Jean Logan, Ernest .Willels, .John Clare Helton, Leaa Raiiiey. Hccond Stanley Hargreaves, Arthur Albert OH- ummer, .Ruth Brown; Arthur. Cain, Hilda Harrison, Jams? Miller, Dolly Savon. Marjory Smith, Mary Craigea, Charlie N'ewton, Joe Stabo. GraJe FII. First Class Honors Agues Chare's t, Janst Para, C'oclceril, Lizzie Sunnier, Harr Tay- lor, Hilda Morris, Paul Ross, Joe lsii, Mate! -Peacock, Vertier N'or- inan, Peter Dunlcp. Second ClasE S'.evea- son, Nellie Funnel, William Miller. Grade II. First Class' Honors Charles Ascroft, Joe Porhe, Jaatt Tenant, Frank Vere. .Second Class Sarah CimrJiighara. Miss NiuimoriS- Gradp I. CO per Jessie Hend- strom, Lilian Dourne, Ella Water- house, Howard Fairbanks, A tin Dun- lop, David Dunlop, Willie .Mitchell.-- "Grade II, 60 ,jicr bol, Maude lioore, Iteberca Riler, George CJiarest, Iliigli Jlcyan. Miss TCuRlish. tirade: I... Division A.. Ti.eo- Why .Do Wop Syffer When Thty Could It ia to easj to be end strong and able to eujoy that !t is mi-prising how tiiatif wcratn IfcpmstKM Ihtough the tortures from June bick due to Lidne; trouble. Mrs. M'ilcox found the to cuic giadl? wti'.ts about, it Itial other3 111IT be in'J'.ired lo use the ume reueJy. lervfina respectable citizens may, I Tor. tbe sake ;of money 'gain. be. wilt- Ing to sacrifice., moral -values under tbe subterfuge- argument that inen visitor or a'rej- nionths' iwlll sin, and therefore wiiy not nieVe duraflo'n, I hare beard It eald that jit easy for them to siri Rgainst a.rid l.ethbrldse Is not so prosperous from jbUglit our. homes io Jong aa.wo make a business .nod.'population point' of rcoaaj. out of Parisb' tho V of Police Daris put boiigbl! 'D. SPENCER, the can.lit frcnt of 'the house AUTHORITIES FIGURING ON HOW HEST TO UTILIZE CONFESSION DYING F ALL-STONES BlG I.OKRAI.NR. tbtUslvriaicr, I was bolhwed veiy ciucb with a. Weai Back. ulrfeed by a friend to try GIN PILLS ind I did. The first bor I found helped me very much antf I found Trheu 1 Ibe iecoad, vraj completely .MRS. F. WILCOX. If GIN' PILLS do not do all lhattrt say they us inoir, and we will refund you yoy r money. Send tor at free sample acd see for yourself that they irill do grwd. Then liuy the ar bores a I yo-J r d ezlc 6 for ja. 50. 20? National aad Chenueal Co. o[ Canada, Limited Torocto. Vnrk, use uill to made of the startling oJ CJrorec 1C. uus-ju iron and dynamiter, dcpcr.ds largely oa the o'Jtcoiuc of nl Frank M. liyait ar.d uther oHiters of the InlQt- 01 Hridge aE-i SuucLiuul I run now uii ap- peal in the federal courts. i Walter- Ditw, tounsrl for tbe na- tional craters' whoio pursuit resulted in arrest of Davis here, saitt tcday iliat it Ityan sr.d associatefl :i rev trial( Davis' revelations woiiM be Ihe ernhi'er.t's niost formidablr wrapon. Drew- inliniatfd that, the. arrest of Davis and of Harry Jones, hecretary- freasurer of the iron workers union, did not end the task of 1be assoeiatioo. Jones, according to Uav- is, diU inucTi of tbc office work in cosneetioh with the dynaimtiui; ot a doien bridges and siccl frame liuiid- in the west and-cast. Davis was ,nc man in the fieH. Drew insisted that lus association had r.o desire ruthlessly to prosecute the union. Doctors Said Only An Operation Could Save His Enabled Him To Pass Nearly 200 Gall-Stones. dore McKinney, John Hilda the law.of ICQ land.tnto force rcgfird- Jng, brothcidom and gam-, bleddni. Very fesv people believe that .only liiat, men who to prosper..financially (rom jn-Hotices would.- make such tjous, f- As a brief resident of ymir city, T am charmed. TrlthltB aihiaHon, clean- and general prosperity. IU people, loo, are equal to1 any olher oity.-and II IB ray-duty to coter Tour Tc'aterh" ia repreient- Ing the Baplieta of Western Cdnada, and, therefore, my duly to grtve KttenUon to as' of my ttrrllory.1 The petition recently signed tho majority of business men tn" or of a cleap, for llseif. When forly or fifty buM- BPSS men can take of Viiid, and get ihe'.r fellow cltizeni lo for the continuance of a moral poHoJK-Rnd' affirm that If Is-far tha teflt Intftresta of tha dty 'itiei !t Should to, the words of thosa who an open, city are of lltlfa Tte rsa.n Trho wentR to profit by vice recognlllon is not a good citizen, but liedeilrable one. The Argtimenc Ihat BCtrosallon' Is belter than scat- for neither are pflrmltted hy the r.ilminel code of Ca- ada. Let anthorUfes enforce the and th'ese evils will diminish. Ths bar-and the brothci nre twins, 'and Ihe cities "that hut a '.tabooed both are examples of cleanlEness and morality: RerkeTey, for example, wlrt The Mayor, Cblef of.i'olico, Jarffefit hiiBlness and real estate men (old me personally that they could >nd do. keep out these evils; they would not change'their policy. A counter petltloii'haa been gotten up to Ibe ODD referred to. A friend of mine nuked lo sign In order tti get a certain appolnt- cr) Chief of Police. He refused, hav- ing" signed the other. The man .who asfecd him lo saicl.lhQ town losing money by the present poltcy, and ejled an insdoce of a j' man who ht usually, blow In nticn he Cjiina-to dfd Ms males, hm now they go ciseu'litid Here I? a man, willing dial inen pliould booze, vlsll vtco nvcaa, or any- thing .cTae. EO long as (hey blow fn (fidr money. That Is llin hind of cl.lV. that the kind of {irorflll p'ich a man have the families of Lftihbrldge confronted wHli; be, forsooth, gelling ft nelltlbii' sign- for tho (rjnity of evils.lo be toler- stcd, and open 'totvnhm promulgated, ft Ms (lie Council will bave moral backbone, to legislate for moral cily, .anrt Ihftl the .cillzer.s Ml] fake caro'Al the- elocllon of com- mlssIoHMs that ftvtry .one of them pledge thCitiselvcs. Ip I.-slhbrlilge iliis '.'city at- tractive lo famines And to' capital, And not to tho "undeslrabie." As a well-wisher of yom clly. Sir, tnd as iho official rcproaentativo of the Hapllsto of Alberla, I ftsK Ihe at- lenllon-Of your readers to this-very jntjjwtant subject, evmi llipngh some SupJ., .MoTalJieform'for-.W. Canad.a. Oct 4. Charles i.euis, Xorniao TaA- lon, Hiilie. David Uariose, John Talbot. Division Oharcsl. Mary AlarrnuV.. Fr'ant Alex Li'n- nltijj.' John' j'ozard, Gerald Laii'aVp'yi .Swedish, Margaret Logan, Alice Fox, Lily Loggin, Arthur Sarah Ward, Ada Summers, Tom-Ascrott. Xcutc-n, Giovannini Cicdico, Anuie Hilda' Casimiro, Tom I'arks, Harold Smith, Tsot Ha Casir.iiro, Kdward I Ida Brett, Helen Komar. way, Al- herta Olton'ro Cashniro, John Kotan, Lizzie Halston. Bert BaltisoQ, Vera. IVchh, Hetty Fldrenre- Lamt'fafc-ld. ,Mary Holokoskl, Annie Hart, .A'gnes Van Dom, 'Ida Parke, "Annie Kotar. -jdiss HodgkinE. Miss Duii'sworth... I. MR. CROTHERS HOME. Ottawa, .Onf., Oct. T. -.of Labor, arrived iiorao froai'-a six trip to Gfeat'Brilain, 'which he made jrTirriar- lly for into the jne.tuods" adopted[ b'y Ihe TJritieb N'ew York, Oct. Schmidt, .lie priest who murdered Anna Auraul- er, became frenzied today at the cor- oner's inquest Into the death of his rtcttra, rose from his seat, ripped from his neck the rosary he nad worn ever since ir.carceraUon, tore It nto many bite, and hurled them at the newspaper rc-rortors Bitttnp lalf a dozen steps The Jury found Ini responsible for the girl's death. die Kadlty, Sydney Hourne, '--.Mike, those with coal "mlnters..' London, Get. the Im- pression reuiains general on Koth side that ..Hon. George !1. 1'erley's forthcorriirig. visit is 11: cosr.ection with naval' defense, the I J. B. HARDING, Esq. 46 Groire Ave.. TORONTO, Oxt., Jan. loth, 1515. UI suffered unsold agony from far Ibe three' many doctors without gelling relief. I also raid f5.oo for'unc biitic of medicine which Tias useless. Al titnf s the pain from these gall.slones -was ia great that I lost consciousness, and my condition was desperate. I quils satisfied that I tvjs dyiug and the doctcis said I must be operated upon. "During one of these very severe, acute atlacts, I was given- some and after taking a short treatment alibis rtmedy, I passed gall-stones over ai inch in length, andai nv.njns one hundred and fifty or tiro hunted in r.unibrr. the only tiling that wonld relieve u-.y pain. They are. tie greatest mcdicbe in the world, and if there ia anyone in Canada, or onyirhere else, that luflers from gall-stuncs, 1 say "L.-I tkem lake "Frttit-a-lii-es" and be "If this tejticionial further the good wor'ri publish it with my full authority." J. n. HARDING. the liver lo secrete'more bile.and this increased bile.softens the Gall-stnnes aud by overfillinp; the Gall bladder, forces the pasJEe of the stones through the Gall and tliuscures the disease.' is the only medicine in the ru ads of fruit juices.: Bya irondeifnl process, the medicinal prpptrUesof certain frui Is are greatly intensified --tier valuable tonics arid antiseptics arc added and the whole made into the pleasant tabling tablets known in every scclion nf Canada as 500. a ljoi.6 for trial.siie, ?5c. At dealers o: Bent on receipt of pries by Fruit-a-lires Limited, OUana: d I'ress lias grounds lor as-, is unlikely to arrange any' -'formal that- tho imperial'gorernraent I conference on naval'matters. of a Distinguished Car Hudson Six 54, Seven-Passenger ERE now ij a car which.typifies the ideals of the time. This streamline long, ilopirij absence of angle at the loyrhung cfownid placing of extra tires so the front tioora are left things belong to the car .of .-tho consensus of the world's, best opinion re .tKat .this typebf car marks the comintfidcalccT.' .Thciearcradicatcriarigesb'Jttheyare corhin( as. Stfrtly is toredoors at suddenly. trie J ini this year exhibit exclusively this new'strerjnlinebody. And all men know 1 th'al what they adopt in body desifn becomes tKc world'Vride vogue, Our designers have added a hundred minor effects. They have Hud- lype. So the car. inHslinctiye. There will'bo no other just like But it embodies what we regard as the highest con- .ctption of the modtm trend in bodies. And we believe that every connoitKur will wnsider this' new-HUDSON ;Six .the hand' somett car exhibited, Englneerinj: Pauses Ve'cin claim in this csr no'great advance as regardi fine engineering and no HUDSON owner it. Fina engineering has For the past four Howard.E, Coffin and his able engineers have given their bert to tha HUDSON. J. Last year Uiej. brought Siies pretty clow'to perfection. So close that.tha VIUDSON Six'jumped in one into th< foremoit rank among Sixes. t 'These rrieh have worlced'out in this new- model car. auyast number of minor.engineerinf improvements. They have added icores of riew of them quite im- portant.' But..we never expect' to build much better chassis than we built in our last year's Six. TKu advances lie mavrtly in beauty, rn coififott, in conveniences, in We have combined the in lines, finish and equip- ment with the best in engineering. We hive succeeded irTmaxinf the HUDSON Six it. Now the Ideal Car We riow feet that this HUDSON 54 offers utroost in every' wanted feature. It the slaurkhnesi of steel Pullmtm. It the com- fort o! Turkish Jounging chiirs. It'hai the speed of express trains. It is free from All tta troubles which annoy the inexpert. No man.knows how to build a car handsome and impressive. No conveniences are abtent, no rnodsm features lacking. ty things .are here included in a SIX 51 with stven-passcngerbody, at the record Uthbridge, All.. The New Features These are among the neai features we bring out in this model. No mention is here made of the countless features in previous HUDSON