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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1^ jsvv � Woiliicsrtay. Orlobcr 0,1012 I ! BKAT 11118 LIMERICK AM) I (JIVK YOU $25.00 MUST BK ON DOMIMOtN SQl'AKE There's a place llia(\-^ coniijiiir sh-uiig, I)03I1MOMlNK�N SQl AKE, You can stiiiul :ind sec it, gro^v, Only costs five cciiLs, you know, For the sireet cars come and go, ]M m I\ M) N SO U A K K, \ MITFORD & CO. ______. OW^'KR8 1�: DUKE'S LIFE STOBY IN TABLOID FORM SHORT NOTICE Auction Sale -OF- Household Furniture -ON- Friday, Oct. 11 . At 1.30 p.m., at the old Blue More Stand, oppotlte School,' NORTH LETHBRIOGE, By W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER The followint!!:-- 1 solid oak buH�J lu B�rly Westminster solid oak 1 solid oak round extendion table. Early Kngliah. 1 set dliiers. I Library table, Early Eng. 1 oak rocker, Barly Gn�liHlj, iipliolstor�ti In Ittather. 1 Mahogany Rocker, upholstered Id leather. i Oak Rock�rg. 1 Oak Armchair. 4 braaH moimtud beds complete. 1 child's orit). 1 Mahotsauy dresser with iBrge bevel plate mirror. I large luabog&iiy wash stand Surface oak drt'i*ser and stand. Ijjrgd chfffouier with swell front. 1 Sauitary couch. 1 bo.\ couch upholstered In leather. 1 kitcheu cabinet. 1 cabinet base. �Washing machine aaid wrinij- er; refrigerator. 1 flnglish baby bviggy. a carpet squares. 2 heating stoves. Kiicheu utensils. SPECIAL NOTICE-One DoUerly organ, piano cased, (in Walnut) sli ootsrea, 12 ittops, almost new. These goods are being moved to the abuve address for con-venittnce of sale. Terms cash, - W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER Here U the life story In com-pact form of the Duke of Con- Born May 1, 1.>to comfortable dining halls nud the I bird will tiu used as a kitchen whore the cooking will bo dona. ' Mr. Irving, secretary of the Y.M.t"'..\. j when seen today by tl\o llcrnUl. stated that h(> would do evcryttiins in his liowor to nid In lookln.g nftor the comfort of tbe visitors. Only this morning a Congress delegnlo arrived and secured a room in the association's ^ btiilding. Ho Is a .Mr. ni.ick. who i comes from Stillwater, Okla. "TRY-NEW-LIFE'' Public Invited to Free Trial of Great Invention. Come and Test the Wondtr^ ful Results Obtained from "Try-New-Life" LEAVES FATE WITH NIHILISTS SPY CHARGED WITH DOUBLE DEALING ASKS FOR A FAIR TRIAL CAUGHT WHALE IN SYDNEY HARBOR Sydioey, N'. .S., Oct. S.-A Norwegian whaling tieei comprising one factory ship and a number of harpoon gunboats, having for its centre .larvis Bay, the port of the federal capital, killed a whale on Sunday close to Sydney Harbor heads. This Is the ttrsit kill made iu that vicinity. hYoni Sept. 7 tbe fleet has captured 42 whales including one humpbacked. STEPFATHER, AGED 18 His St�p�ons are 16 and 19-Eloped- Cut Out Father ELECTION DEFERRED - Prince Albert, Oot, 9.-'l^he deferred election In Athabain'.a has bean iudef-Inltftly postponed. NomluallonB �;vei'e to have bot^n held at Battleford, but when the prospeoHve candidates appeared they found a notice posted by thft relurnlag utfiovr to the effect that nhe nominaUon bad been postponed. ? � *{ -- > Sterling, 111.. Oct. S.-Richard Lewis > l.'i years old, through the peculiar + workings of tnatrimony, will be stoii-  j father to a son who is a year older �>!than himself, and hold the .siune reUi-> I tiou to a boy v/ho Is oae year his .;. 1 junior. me Court today. The court holds, however, that a charitable trust has been created, and that new trustees.may be appointed to administer it. POACHERS ARE QUITE NUMEROUS AMERICANS SEEM TO BE GREA EST OFFENDERS ON THE PACIFIC COAST Ottawa, Oct. S.- More American boats have been captured while poaching inside the three mile limit on the Pacific coast than have been taken within many ye!ir.th 'Street S., and get a froc demonstration treatment of "Try-New-Life" iind be couvlncod that pain can be relieved In' a moment and feel the vltaluiiig, invigorating effect.^ ot the newest discovery of medical science to aid nature. You will be uma'/.ed and delighted to find that your rheumatism which was so palirful and stubborn, will yield in a tew minutes to the little "Try-New-lAte" machine, the latest discovery of science tor tbe relief ot pain and healing of dlsoasc. If it is indigestion, you will find that one short treatment will take away the gnawing pain, sootlie the burning, stop the rising ot gas and give you an appetite you h.ave not known in months. Coino and see. Headache yields just as readily to this sclent i(ic treatment. Is your back sore, tired and, aching? t;orae ill and be convinced that it can be relieved In a moment. Deinojistra-tions can be given with the clothing mxps DSATNSSS ou, and It will astonish you to see how quickly backache yields to the magical little "Try-Ncw-Llto" machine, iiave you been ncrvotis, worried, fid-getty, U'nnble to sleep at night no matter how tired you are? You will never bellove undl you have tried it how quickly and easily and gently "Try-New-Ivlfe" will quiet your nen'es, soothe your tears and prepare you for a sound night's sleep. Have you a joint-fingers, wrist, oir knee-stiff from the chalk ot gout, or the uric acid deposits of rheumatism? It Is marvpllous what "Try-New-Llfe" haij done for such cases and will do for yours. Perfect circulation means 'perfect health. Vibration Is the only known method of reaching, "increasing and controlling the entire circulation wJth-out injuriously affecting the heart. "Try-New-L.ife" therefore cures naturally by nature's own method. Remember that the results of vibratory treatment are certain. Nothing Is left to guess work. Vibration is oho ot the prliioipaljaws of ntiture. We can give you references of hundreds of people in United States and Alberta who are now using this machine in their own home. Original "Tm'-;"'5W-L1FE."' for sale NEW MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER MEDICINE HAT SELECTS MAN WISHING TO RETIRE FROM ACTIVE WORK Medicine Hat, Oct. 9-Dr. J. W. McBridc, of Kt. Catharines, Out., is to he the lujw medical health ollicei: for the city. He will he a'permanent paid official of the city and tlie school board, and will di;votc his whole .timo to the work of these two bodies. This was recommended in a report of the Health and Relief Committee, presented by Aid. William Johniton. The city school board pays an equal amount of his salary, namely, $1000 each. Dr. McBridc is a man up in years who wished to retire. Iroin active practice. Hamilton-Beach Sales Company 30IA SIXTH STREET SOUTH Opposite Bank of Montreal Office Open 8:30 ^to 6:30. Saturday 9:30 p.m. OLD-TIME YUKONE'R DIED AT SASKATOON Edmonton. Oct. 9.-Mr. "Jack" Mc-Namara, one of Edmonl:oa'a pioneer citlz-ens, and one ot the sturdy band who wont north into the IClondyke many years ago, died at Saskatoon on Sunday night, after an illness ot ten days of puoumoiiia, contracted while out driving. Mr. McNamiira spent many years in the Yukon, His first at- tempt to reach the "Golden I^and" was over the old Edmonton trail in the year, 1S97. Not being ablc to make Ihe Journey over this route, he return-etl, and later went around by way of Skagway, Stratford assessors report a popula. Hon ot 15,076, an increase ot 480. Samuel Fuller, for many years postmaster at Stratford, is dead, aged 74. To ProtectthcBcauty That is Yours Useful, pretty and smart are these improved knit coats For dtivinit or motoring-as for a hundred other ovitdoot enjoyments- you will be glad of your Pen-Antfle Sweater Coat on windy days and chilly evenings. For Ihoujjb they feel  so fleecy to the touch and set so lightly on the body, they are warmth-giving indeed. Knit by Pen-Angle process, 'from wools of the choicest; these useful gamients )>o.s8ess a smartness and style not known lu the usuul knit mat. And tbey retain Iheir sKaiMily lines, because they are care-'fiili^ shaped to fli tnug to the Kgure. That ibape stays In them .because it is knit into them-the Pen-Angle way. YuiK exact physical type \\ Included in the wide range of Your taste in (tyltiv'^aiul colors has b�*n chrefuUy consulted. Some store convenient to you will sliow you , thdift beautiful garments, for men. reriA ' womenifiMt children, 77 VmVUi^ UMITED PA|ri8 . . CANADA THE HERALD'S SPLENDID PRIZES ALREADY ATTRACTING ATTENTION Many Interested Persons Called at the Contest Office Yesterday and Several Nominations Resulted - Candidates Who Enter This Popular . Competition Take No Chances Reward Is Certain 1'here are few people who win not afford to enter the Herald's contest- but not many, - If your salary is, say, *i,5U0 a year land that's considered a very fair salary when the other follow pays It), you CAN afford to comiiote. Tbe work ot 'the contest will likely take all of your spare time. Suppose It does, and you win the first prize. Wouldn't you t�el proud of yoursolt to win a prizu equal to your yearly salary-and do It In about seven weeks? The real, active part of the contest will not be longer than seven weekn, if that long. ThA pr^llmluarlos always .'take up a couple of weeks. It always lakes that much time to Infuse tlic proper enthusiasm and spirit into the affair. Tho general public, th� ones who support the candidates do not take much Interest In a coiiltest until the namoB of the candidates are published. It helps a lot to have your name In the first list. But It Is too early to say just when the uouipetltors' naniea will be publiataed. One thing is cei'taln-the field is open, and there Is plenty ot room tor nominations. The ones who came to tho otfico yesterday were live w^lres- otherwise they would have waited for better weather. There are no districts In this contest. Every dandldalte will coni'peto equally with all the other candidates. Tbe best workers-the most successful vote-goiters-will get the 'best prizes. That's as It should be, and Is one of tbe strongest features of the contest, outside of Iho valuable ai-ray of prizes. Offering 10 per <:ent. to the ones who do not. win a regular prize jirotects every conlestAnt. You Just can't lose. You require only one (lUuUficatloii to en'ter this contest-desire to win. Tho contest representatives will give you all the other pointers and holp you need. Now is tho timo to enter. Call at the special office \\\ the Acadia block, over the. Red Cross tl'i-jig store, or 'phone l";i2. Address all' nominations or Inquiries to the Coiitest Manager, P.O, Box 655, Lethbrldgo.'Alta. and to enchance it. If that be possible, is a duty none the le.s.-i binding because it has been made so agreeable. That duty centres in Beauty's chief expression, the skin. With intelligent care and the regular use of such perfect 'preparations as Na-Dru-Co Ruby Rose Cold Cream and Witch Hazel Cream, you can preserve its bloom iii spite of exposure to burning .^iin or dry, dusty, scorching winds. NA-DRU-CO Rose Cold Cream does much more than keep Ihe outer skin soft :ind .lupple-It feed:-, the underlying tissues, fills out Ihe tiny liollcvr., prevents v/rinkle.'s, and gives a fresh and v/holesome charm. With Us r;ubl!e odor of fresh ro.'ses, and the soothing sensation which it Imparts, Ruby Rose Cold Cream Is a toilet gem. In opal glass jars, 25c. at your dnig^-ist'i NA-DRU-CO Witcli Ha^el Cream is a refined and altogether delightful preparation of Nature's ovn cooling, healing specific, V/ilch Hazel. Under Its soothing influence- roughness, chaps, sore lips, sunburn, windburn or irritation after .-.having vanish like magic. Used freely after washing it keeps the hands and face soft and comfortable. 25c, a bottle, at your Druggist's. Always look for the Na-Dru-Co Trade Mark when you buy. National Drng and Cbemlcal C�. oi Canada, Limited. ,59 ;