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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 28, 1913 THE'LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pago. 7 I.OHl) STAMrOUDHAJI, ONCE SJU AKTHUU HIGCiE )iaz Flees Into; Arms of U. S. lCoatlnuc6 Iroa front Cons'Jl Canada tad not he .Mexican authorities up to nine la's nicming, ot the flUht c( Diaz and hif compan- ODS, one; on board tbe Wheeling, oon recovered tbtir but :his morning-reiterated their beliel .hat they were to have beeti thot to- .ay- MvariKlo ar.d Daniel Madero, elativts ol tta late wfco were arrested at Monterey for com- plicity in a plot to hand over the city to the rebels, anil brought by vay ol Tampico tu this city, have arrived here a Mexican 'gunboat and have been lodged in the prison ol San Juan DC Ulua. HAD TO HKMAIN KOH EJECTION Washington, Oct. hen we're convinced that Uiaz'conleni' plated putting himself ur.der.the pro- tection of the United States, when he. was 1-ecenily under guard in a hoter adjoining tbe American embassy. His determination to remain in tin city over Sunday was due to his AT 80 ftJOYING PERFECT HEALTH html Xt Tikes SIN FILLS A prominent ConmlUng Engineer of K.iwYork Cftr, Ibus heirtjty "I bought some of your GIN PILLS tt Victoria September. Veer temedy I find, at 60 years of rfect reHtf fr perfect reHtf from the Bladder Troubles inciden ears of ai'e.togut the Kionej and nt to one of my to friends as being tut one thing tbat rct good.11 E. G. WOODFORD, By the tune 4 man or woman is 60, the Kidney a aucl liladder need a little help to keep iu good working order. GIN TILLS are what thtyntel GIX PILLS keeptbe urine neutral, prevent colds Hilling on the Vidoeyscr bladder and ward off Rheumatic attacks. .Remember, every bo of GIN PILLS is sold with B politic e gimzmtte to give pe rf ect fact ion or yyu r moL ey promptly refuaded. a box 6 f o r 2 50. Satn pi e free i! TOU write National Drug and Clieimcal Co. of Cacada. Liuiit Tor-mto. 176 Kill Dandruff Make Hair Grow For dandruff, fall En g hair or prematurely gray hair use iMe formula: Bay Hum. C ounces, Lavona dc 2 ounces and Menih'ol Crystals draclim. JTOU desire add 1 drachm of your favorite perfume. Mtx ihe tonic youreeU or have your druggist mk It. Apply night and morolug with fingers. La- von a contains a powerful drug that stimulates the activity of the hair-growing follicles anj IB give renewed action to the pigment forming cells BO as to actually restore natural colors to prematurely gray hair without the UBC ol dye. Try Salts If Kidneys Ache TAKE A TABLESPOONFUL 0 F SALTS IF BACK HURTS OR BLADDER BOTHERS been many precedents to support sucl sidentlal candidacy aiicJ a'action. ol 1lie Mexican constitution that aj In South American countries and presidential candidate Le in Mexico notably in Chili, and in I'eru, wjiere on election day, j'n recent years 1lie right of asylum Admiial Fletcher's despatch was has been and evercised, it ha datcU today on board the. always found possible for fkeja who Louisiana- H follows. "Al 7.30 p.m. American minister or consul to se-jt0 be constantly on guard against Itti! Monday, American Cojisui reported cure from the titular government a ney trouble. Mexican General Keliz Diaz.and two pledge ot safe conduct for the lugi- friends were in'the consulate and tii'es front tV.eir place of hiding to were Riven asylum at 1 a.m. Tues- the American ship. day, Diaz and two friends, with In the case ol Diaz, however, it is lianis, Mexican correspondent .of 'tha believed that the1 Washington "govern- We are a nation of meat caters niii our blood Is filled with, uric acid, pay rams i: The kidneys do their utmost to fre the blood of this Irritating add. bu become from the overwork; the jjot sluggish; the eliminative (Issue clogr and. thus the !E retaine New York Herald, got on Kurd 'the mcnt was prepared to go further, i! MoM to eiuira S-VE Ho entered tbn Roya! Arfillerj' in 18C9, Tought in Zululaud In Titled Englishman is to Wed Wealthy German Girl Berlto, Got 21 A-It 'vraa nnnounccd to Jay that the marriage has been Jit-ranged between. Germany's wealthi- est heiress.Frauleln Marie Annie'Von' tho only child of dic'Berilu "coal Privy Council- lor rriiz Yon Frtedlaeador-Fuld, and MUford, fourth son of I-ord Hedesdale" of the Brltleh Peerage. The Fraalcin is the sol6 heiress to the fortune estimated at Her lalber Is the highest Income tax- jayer lu Berlin, Ills a'nnual contrih-j- tlon on hU taxable fortune of Leing- Heir Kiidolt Martltt's 'Almanac >t111lonafrcs. 1913' places "only" th'o Kaiser, 'ahead '_of "coal hlng." The -latter who .controls HcrMn's highcst_forlune, .which some day bo-transferred' to England, is that typically self-made German of Emperor William's era." Ife was born the son.of a simple Jewish coal merchant namtd Fried la end cr. He managed by dint of business acumen to te'come the, dominating figure in the Bcrim coal market, His wife was a daughter of an Amsterdam Jewish banker, Kutd. After both wcro con- verted to Christianity and ennobled by the Kaiser in IPOS they took the family name of Von Friedlaender- Fuld. Tho is onp of the Ger- man tlie Kaiser relies upon for substantial support In his patriotic-projects.'" H Js of him hat Uiln storj- Is related: en Ing the Dmperor invited Otie ev coterls fore Secretary llryan. B1AX RETIRED Mexico City, Oct. 2S.-Gen. Felix by-, international as a sufficient Hef during the night; when you hai 'or Ihe such pre--ssvore headaches, nervous and cautions. spells, eleepless-ieEB, acid stomach t presumed that oi.ce on the rheumatism In bad wealber. get Croi quested by telegraph on b te allowed to ?rtire. and lllanquet, niter conferrins' with Pror transferre-i to one of the f fc steaincw boiind ror anotllK n te possib.l, UeS ,n the situ- visional President llucrta, General Diaz had held a for .over thirty years.' of- millionaire patriots at tbe castle, .hose being tho .occasions when the Kaiser passes a subscription list, his r--- _____... greeted'tho "coal king" with Washington. Oct. 2S.-Generai' Per! i, the remark, "Cheetlup, niy dear Von Uiaz'was given asylum the deted'to Hue] Friedlaendor Fuld, for to-night'your American Consulate at Vein jjoW: far beer costs you nothing." I atlu the guntoat Wheeling at the dk The Fmilein is an unusually instructions of the United States tlful brunette, .an accomplished lin-iS07Ernment' a few.dayVaioL an equestrienne, and the nos-! to or splendid inted out, was-t 'government might raise a question over the fact that Diaz is a in The His resignation recently ten- :rla was noi accepted, i a circumstance might .tcr into the situation was regard- Interesting, but officials hye advices-ol any sort other neys .wJHjicl This famous sal1 Is'made'from'the-acid o? grains an lemon Juice, combined wllh lithla, a: has been'used for generations to tins and stimulate clogged kidneys, to ne trallze the acids in urine EO' it longer a source.of irritation, thus en ing urinary and bladder disorders. Jad Salts in inexpensive and cann .makes a .delightful eflervt cent litbln.wateT drink, and nobo bot- tlcof LydiaE. Pink- ham's Vegetable. Compound, ttnd it builds me up, gives me Btfcnglh, and re- stores me to perfect heal 111 again. It is truly ft blessing to cs any of thpsc vessels, asylum The dimcuitics under which -Canada r he oHercd to any wifiout the herself arise Irom her prosper- lormalily of a request from the! i'l' alone. II proper discretion is French gorernmcnl. Used there Is no place where the in- The policy ol the United Stales investor P'1CC nis money'more se- [iKcnt years has been to guard very surely." the extension of riglils oil The occasion ivas a lecture by Hon. asylum and its efforts have been gen-1.1. II. Turner, agent-gentral 'erally directed toward greatly re- ish Columbia, who denied t slriclinE such rights. 'At one time it .ivos proposed to .secure an intcrna- .tlonal asrsemrnt abrogating thj right asylura to refugees, but that movement d'd not succeed. The itoH obstinate coiighs-ivfn '-whooplnB latCS' the government as Among reasons >vny muisn eooqs i hurry, and ij ror'now applied to the situation at Vfralhad not, n better sale were that the lungs. croup, hcarjintss Cruz by Henr Admiral' Fletcher 1; 'x'tn-o ni'-j'ot's'cMiu'itea sugar irllfc in naval, rejlllations. cap o[ warm and iltr for uoj John -Linil, President per- Thls recipe mlfces 16 ounces ol i prup, and sivcs you about 12.04 as wilh ordinary cough have completed their two years' I eaP conrso, the province, will'have an ag-i "st'uf.'S Ticnltilral college, which will gjvo the adi the Sugar Syrup.. Ttfce a teaspoun- ful two' or three houtt. at Cruz, MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 537 Uth St. S........................... MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th St. S.............-............. MISS CLARA BJORKBLADE, 1220 Ave. 0................ 18.25C MRS. O. BENSON, Diamond City, Alia........................... MR. GERALD DULMAGE, Bow Island, Alta..................... MISS LOIS GARNER, Mill Spring, Alia.................... MR. C. W. K. HOLT, 930 11th St. S.............._............... MR. WM. H. HINDLEY, Magrath, Alta.......................... and Manitoba pol.n.ts n few. degrees above zero, (t was a good deal mild, er In Alberta. The cold snap was nc- should not lose sight facts or compantcd In this r.lty last night by doubt the.ability of Lydln driving sform .which bogrni In tlio Vegc.tnule Compo-jnd restore their afternoon with" rain and slc'el nn-I health. There aro probaWy hmdreds of Oiou- drifted to snow with a bitter wind. October has for. mllrl weather and mosi who have been bpnofilwl peopUarc well rrc'pared. Harder wea- by tins famous old remedy, wWdi waa lh' a, product from roots anil 80 ff'-Vi lt'roshl'1? ago by woman to relieve wo- of Sask- man's eulteriiig. It! you find need tuch a medicine, why do.i't you try it? If jon wAnl Hilflce irrllc.In ........iiHinni Jfdllclni! Co, (cnnfl- nn, Mns5.. Vour lelfer rrlll atchewan, where lltllo progress has been made during .the past fortnight owing (o tvct. Herbert formerlv TKIs takes right hold of a cough nr.d Elvrs a'.mcst Inslant relief. "Ti sirmu- j Istss the appetite.' art I: tllghlly lul- excellent features. rlnex. as parliapj ycu know, Is the mast valuable ccncentralcit compound of Jt-' t t S'oinay while plr.e rich .In Omcials here, howuver, have made guaiBcol and.tho other it plain ivi.thin the last (2w. days, e'eaienls. i- lh ol'rjncx In for-Secrftarj' Uryan in bo ustd Insuad o; the sugar rcspoaso to a direct question, rccer.t- in TJnIUd''' 'n' American sutcj inrt Cir.ada "no-.v uso this Plnex I would c'vc nsylum to Diaz cr any person in who asted for it. It WPS ponied cut that former I'res'd'nt r( In the Ani'rhan. cnh.-.ssy in "Mexico otttn been tmllntc-1, but succcs ful formula has never been eaualcd. hz low c03t and quick have made It Immensely popular, A Kiiannty ftf absolute saHifacllon, or Tr.eaey promptly refunded, with this rcclri1. Your haj Piatx, or will fs[ tl for yCLt.' If.nol, send' to "Iner Co., Torcmo, Onl. City ho hv.e been protected, what to wilh I Thii brar.d 13 Vnoirn Sitftrftete that Toby ytMsivireUto ge moit uni] satiE and the silver plate. (jr'.ovtr Eeaien rr.d Ws parly now thnt they ore! territory, Ths "rrrhlem ilaz n out .of sojvrii in tbe o in'on (f -by ptnlt.llrst ?h rn lo Mr ronr olh'r .-.n n n s: !p. i Th-.y rro'aMy will not he fo remain oil Warships. PUKE OF CROY WEDS AMERICAN OIRL .Seneva, Oct. of Croy ftnd.Misa N'ancy Lelshman wcro mar rled today according lo the rlUs of IhO. noman Cntholic Church 4y Abbe niancnanl, at St..Joseph's church, to- day.. The brMeVwerlding'dres'R was of wfille velvet. Tho Dnkc snil bufh- eVs iatrr departed In an S'jfomoijlie lo thqjr honpvmonn In flnala. G. H. BABBITT DEAD, heavy, and that they were not sulli- Erjmonlon, Oct sadden Mr. Turner submitted details of the death took place this inorning ot G. train which it is proposed shall tour flavelock ttabbitt, provincial on British BOMS was coun- teracted by excessive lentlent of insurance and for a num-. bcr ot years private secretary to Llci- He thought there was the allezcd sentimental in The C. P. R. will nereatier not cm- tenant-Governor flnlyea7 whoso broth Canada for British goods. ploy any person under years The.causo of death Fort Hops Town Council decided to is :desif3n and m.iKc were frequently un ask Polleo Chief Gummersoa for his montha ago to Mtss laabolla Jenny, of suitable to Canada, that they often made and packed unnecessarily ASSORTED CHERRIES CHOCOLATE COVERED White CKcrricfli Red Cnerrica Cherries. Whaf. a iMit of Cl Seven varieties in all. No wn Chocolate making will you I'm are found in this NeiUon Truly on txiuiaHc ire at in bo THE CHOCOLATES THAT ARE WFFERENT SoH fr PaxMi Caiiataiii ;