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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Itiwliiv, (H-tolier TUE urnnmiDGE DAILY Page 9 1 AM. SATISFIED I' COOiyOT LIVE IIII Wire M For Tba Friiti HedicUe FJCNAUKVAZ.B, O.NT., JAN. 2gtb, 1J1O 'Tor thiity five years {and I am nun over KvenlyJ.I have a sufferer Mo uller Yrliat remedy or I aililoreil, iht result was aluaja the iuipoasible to get; acute. Al -out 3'tars ego. I icad the testimonial of ion. John ives'' aud I UcciusU lo give tbeni a trial. have used 'Tnril-a-livc-s" ei'eir tincc. lity aie the first'aml only luftlicine hat suited TOT ciser it were not for I am salUQtd I could JAMES I'ROUDFOOT. Mi. ProuvKoolisoatof ihe prominent itmera'of Frcicotl.County aa J 'of Caledonia Township for cars. "Fnnl-a-tives" ii sold at oi.6.forf 250. by dealers r from Limited, Won't MILADI ECITEO Kit- till Yield to Ulster (Continued from front pase- etionallsta; and luere was abundant that It had jiracllcally the un. cd surinort of- most nil self-governing minions." (Cheers.) "In theso concluded r. Is, in my opinion, complete constitutional cafe for pro- ceding Ib the next session regarding 10 IrlEh govcrurnent till uy i H the operation of Uie FaTllamenl ct. Ought the action 01 to-be atte-cled or deflccHd y the "-jnenace of- forcible resistance (Grea urcaclied irlns'lhe I ait two.ycari in the. north. Ireland.'whlcb, 1'regretslo snr. have countenance "in lesjanslblt Ifi Uilo a r.ega One ot the pitjtst facts lot the av- era-e soul to comprehend Is that in- action meaus tl.e beginning o[ a downward rarwr. l'nltss rou Bio-tiackwiird. There is no "such ll'iux "as" a permanent calm. -Action is -necessity to me. It you believe yuutsel! fitted and fit lor Hit heights, it is preroga- tive to go ahead" and climb.' Find a road. So due cau hold yoa I vou're fair and square, no opposition cin permanently check. You can hive, all that is your due, tiul you roust earn it in f i .Mrs. Charles McKillop will not re1 Chairmarl 01 tnc local of tomorrow, but oa Thursday in-, irrangemenls for the Alberta Provin- stead. clal Sunday School convention, who j yesterday completed his 28th year as I uedley returned this superintendent of Knox Ctiurch Sun- ltom an extended visit at which Sirs. entertained (he little girls at the Hijou. t Hecently at the latin John K. of'iiurJelt, there a'as a pretty in "ev- father Muit'o! telnbridge, united in the bpnds o! Soly matriiaonv' Miss Euel- !a Kimraitt to and Miss Utlla H'allfei to Vincent Bowf. J. 0. HIOINBOTHAM CUUBl AND SOCIETIEI The Woman's Auxiliary ol St. Au- is'lin's church will meet as usual at three-thirty tomorrow ailernoon. The A. Y. A. ol St. Cyprian's church: will-bold a devotional meet ng tonlelif, when a lull attemlnncc is dayi antl not prepared to eland itllv-- by whlle the loyal and devoted of Ulster were being shot. Toronto acd other cistern points. Dr.'J. S. Stewart, M.I'.P--, w' return tonight from Edmonton. Mrs. Leader The Young Ladies' Sodality of St Patrick's church will hold a Hal- lowe'en Bocial in the K. cl hall tomorrow S.30. On Friday evening at S o'lloct a preparation lor a corporate lor' tie n-.eiulisrs ol St. ________ er, ivho been on an eiter.ded- Communicants' (iuilil-iviU be I stay in the east, are spend ug a weei 'in lnc- church. 'or. ten.rfays the.guest-oI-Mrs. Daer; 310 Seventh Ave ,S., en route to I ..Medicir.c Hat, where th'ey will reside Si CHANGES FISHER, A SOAP BOX ORATOR, WITH THE OFFENCE BAIL CLAIMED in iulure. 3 i The, I. H. C. staff heid'the second in th? series pi informal dances in the The ger.eral nieelir.t; of the Matties is cliib will' be held promptly at 3 o'clock "afternoon Y.M.C.'A. lUditorium. '''1 in th Tliuraiiay night' isrihe nieht of thi !the 1 hour. socialist acd capitalist clash, me expects to'hear the some'old Mr. Justice llcck has issued invlta- to .the marriage of.h story variations. o( only fen cents will be charged. if On account of the schop convention, the History and Currcn H.vents section of the Mathcsis club' on Friday, October 31si, instead of tomorrow with Mrs. Laf- ferty, 625. Eleventh St., S., prompt- The New Fall Dresses Are Here in Great Variety UR IMPORTATIONS for this season are a truly beautiful collection of Dresses in Blue Colorings. Serges and other plain There is u great deal ofch'tiraclcv fo this season's sonic urQ niadti .Svith tlic liew pointed collar of satin or others with the Bulgarian Collar and, Tan, Black and Navy The materials are The graceful lines and fino workrhaiisliip of these _ garments give assurance of the hih standard of our values. Pi-ices New Styles in Ladies' Coots The selection of our coals this Fall has been guided hv the popular, demand for Hie front style willr narrow. skirt. tapering to n, point nt with Haglan sleeves. These arc here in n variety of styles. They arc cut from Chinchilla Cloths, Heavy Tweeds aiid Plain cloths in plain colors and heather mixtures. PRICpS to -I Hudson's Bay Teas, grown and packed espec-. ially for and guaranteed by the Hudson's Bay Co., represent jhe highest attainable standard of value. Telephone-yourlorder today. Hudson's Bay Stores Winston ..Ins pearai.ce, endorsed, ill money.over to. the-Supreme. the least, but merely centred ulth.ihe. candle-adorned hlch It has lain since liurchill's Dundee speech, aiirrs this rnorhing. entirely approve: their sentl-'.vajt at-the differing very little, but !n Xovc'iiibfr -to set his c.ish .Alter of giving them- back, that this d'id in Hie oilier hand, practically' ovcry 'iiionist journal- expresses' dissatis- ictlon and disaripoiritmenl: Too Times sees nothing hut am- igully In 'tile speech of Asquint. says the Times, declares lie will1 not tlroii tho bill nd is quite ready to coerce IJls.ler tho statute deliberately enacted y parliament were; to be" met] by or- anize-d.arid armed resistance." Times, -IXT, .Id by North in the eighteenth ntury when he 'atlemptcfl -to fo'r'ce peo- le. Tliat small community, the tlier side of the Atlantic .was not In olnt of numbers much more thsn size ot Ulster, at the Impressive orations of cab- let ministers and eminont .Jurists of day did not make those Amcrl- ans less ready to down their lives ,ther than submii to an .Injustice .hlch they thought flagrant. p What English pcoplo. tolerated in tho Sth century would not bo tolerated No one knows thla'bcttcr llian Tcrnfcr Asquith." "Tho Daily'Mail, which hailed Win- lun Churchill the olive h-.moro n'ry1 todapr, declar- a general la the most opefu'i reaching a spec- ie stltlemenvy Redmond The or O'Brien now coino out with M that nny 'esclusicn o! frofi the Irish Home Ilulo bill ,111 be unacceptable-to jhem.J Thli ncs! greatly sjrengthen the hands o if.-Imond in his 'no surrender Capl.-Crnlg, Ihc Ulslor Unionist M Idcnllftcd with' Crirson am lie I'lsicr says the Lady sn'- the highest pure. in- the land, AliorneytQeil-'..: eral ho drew a salary of thirty-five dnljnrs sn.that Lord Clitel Justice will not bo Ifcn cJevatlon ;