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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBUTDGE DAILY HERALD Page a tf IS GOOD ADVIGE.TO'TAKE Itwlllhtlp those who end Bladder Troutle. icre arc other "old eueunea" !ar lo the otic ruenlioiKil in this iconul. Kidney aud Bladder ;bles are ahrayi enemies to good Ih As is you start to late PILLS these tiinu-nU begin lo It is the sittle ta ibago, Sciaiiraandliti! complaints. letter the btuim ol PILLS. Winnipeg. Jan. .rs. .lordan, oi Vancon-j gooli to the larmer, and an in in a- shorl time, the secretary said daughter, >fr3. l.duccment lor them to grow huit :eptcd'. Hut-as the w'. reprcsentalirc would he here. _ Mr and Jts o fellows, who play their heartrSlringi. "There U no rtal love In many roar- ma-31.ull lllt o.....-., Tho Is'made! might. he done then. settles. trees, suitable to the climate, tor conrenie-nce's sake, tie woman to TLc Jretarv was instructed .to.! Earl has been visiting yjyK J1ORE, HATE LESS ohWn a mate to iaro for her, ar.d tenders lor the replanting of Bothers in :town has pone to the mon lo get a honBeXoe'ptr, usually i the big lenders to bo Jom.his brplher, Arthur, in hort breaks ur 1n divorce." Judge 'Arthur 0peccd on the 31st of Oct. at 5 p.m. J. of domesUc relations j at the office o! lhe secrelary. court at a ineelins of., tho social ser-! The court of revision' will he held bualcKK was trauar irlereky. Anthony Marat be- ne tie ol oce-of the. Urge Me 01 Hull avenM, Tbc ise is low occupied by B. A. Cm- art Bide a flylag trip m his Hupnioailt on Mon- ;eo. Grorhtm vas placed under ar- t T'lesday for dispoarcg of free _'s ol grala, wfalch it was claimed not belong to him, same befog d tndcr seizure by the sheriff. went bail for Mr. florham. Its. .1, H.1 Robinson. re.turncd Wed-' ilay tnorririg Irptn aa extended It In the. east. Dutch branch o! the Standard Oil jerous to navigation. He had the company. outer, '.ubrs and seacocks 1'hc Cbarlois sighteil the Volturno i opened so as to ial in the sea and Oct. IV. Captain Schmidt had not cause iier slowly to sink. heard oi the burning of the vessel, The Ch.iriois men leit the derelict "F.lbert Ilubbard sajs that we i and thought it possible there might Ort- IS; at 9.30 a.m., and half an should'loyc more anil hate less. Can- be survivors on the rierelicf. A boat- hour later the oil tanlver parted "coni- ada has shown the world that is was lowered under the command of pany with the Vollurno. last cf nations, anil first oflircr, who stayed all night seen, ll'.c derelict was still floating, the next step is to show tint sbe is a short distance from llic wreck. hut they were certain she would siok At daylight the Charlois sailors in a. short time. should he fnvesUEated." The judse !iRht at "a dirarce trial sistanl but one side of the case -when the Shu AMociated Hoards of Trade of rthera Ontario urge the cotitinua- tu Hudson's Bay of the Tcmis- Ontario raJUvay. other party In the atrft does nc test "When, a wife lies her husband ar-1 to' on duty since, the prizes. Pincher (Jreei, Oct. social given by the Alevanrira- and a was Jt succcss. Thfrn a j vanced" ahead. Vancouver and ptibl'c roatis fjn.-l vards, and ils wondcrlril city park, j 5' For )ier size, she -city in Canada." Ur. .Blanchet is a number of If llw domeslic" relations court had an opportunity to get in Us work, perhaps in a majority of divorce cases a reconciliation coald be'effected." PROSTRATION of a Philadelphia Worn o.OO per j joyed the motion mercial and cluhs. 1 he kctlles a motion but'the special future 1ler says, has done that or.c of the policemen be ttc ovenj'ng lvas the guessing of advance lhe city tlm any ed for the winter or until such tirne i the (he dinereat towns or that a similar as he was needed. Everyone voted in lavor. Councillor Williamson had not sic- cities reprcficuted by the art- icles worn hy those present...Mr. Har- old Smith proved himself the most go ahead- lo hclP BAN at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS AT 7.30 HOTEL KEEPER FREED OF SERIOUS CHARGE. _ 'I had cofiicrvoui prostration, with pilpi- tation of the heart, constipation, heail- u, dizziness, noise in m? CATJ, timid, nervous, rest- i feelingi u4 sleeplessneis. H "I per where woman had been cured of: the troubles by taking Lydia E. Pinkham'r Compound so 1 threw away omcdicinesthoiloclorleftmoindbfl- .n taking tho Compound. Before I ,1 hslf a bottle I was ablo to Bit in R chort lime I was able- to do ay work; Your medicine has proved cif lo do all you say it will and 1 recommended itin everyho'jsehold ...ve visited. "-llrp.MAiiYjOHNaiON, j Eiegcl Street, Philadelphia, Pa." Another Bad Cn.se. Ernrstn, Pa. a year igo I i5.-lown with rervriua I pale nnd wenk nnd would have hys- ric ppells, sick headaches and fi Vjid _______in nniler niy eliouldcr-blnde. I jtr llic card of diuTcrent doctor] but EXPECTED REVENUE FROM IN CREMENT MEASURE OVER NEXT YEAR Ivdroonton, Oct. Arthur cecdcd in placing insurance on tho 'proficient guesscr, and was (he reci- mill property, but was waitiiit to the first prize. Miss Klsie I hear Irom a couple ol companys in c.alricd off the second .'Hie re- few days. _ Hrtshment comniiitte excelled in thsii Evidence That Death of Van- 'Aflcr considerable .other routine jpart 0( the program. i' couvtr Man In Auto Accident business the meeting adjourned. .Word has been received of the death I Was Uot His Fault. The First Institute meeting of the 'Of nl Sheridan, X. who Agricultural society was held on died on Thursday the 33rd. She h2s Sifton, premier and acting (inlc jn Soulh aiso s o! Alberla, announced before starting jan investing address on the difier- Oct. ,25th. The meeting v.as well at- been' a 'sufferer paralysis for a long tended and a great interest shown ail tiie subjects. S. Thornley gave an inltresling ad- dress on vcgrtables. Nciison, who has spent cast the provincial legislature was prorogued the night of Oclobori 25, .lhat Iho taiatfon of the unearned increment on land values would not work a hardship on any one. It is purposed to raise al least by tlia( means in 19H ar.rl, he. said, this will como chiefly from (lie (and syccu- latora. Farmers, osvning acres or less, will not ho assessed until lhe land itself, wllhout improvements, brings moro than an acre-. All other lands, including those of which 10 cent, has not hccn untter col- livallon by Ihe vendor for 12 monlhs prior to the 'transfer will pay a las on the total Rolling price above an acre! Tills also applies to farms In excess of acres. The lax on city, property la 5 per cciil. of llic in croascJ value. TIZ Makes Happy Fes! Tom Fett Glow With Joy Delight in a Glorionj Foot-BitU oETIZ. THEY CANNOT VOTE. Applications of Two Catholic Priests .Denied. and her death was not unex- pected. .Mrs. Mills w'as the mother of Dr. Mills, n( this town. lion. A. J. Macl.ean, M.P.P., was a visitor in this vicinity this past A meeting of the hockey rnthusi- asts.will be held in the Arlin .ten ho- tel sample room on Friday, Oct. 31st al 8 p.m. Special Thanksgiving services will be held in the Presbyterian church on Sunday next. The evening be in the form of a service m Miss M. Jacfcson returned n r.csday morning alter bcini; rent five-months" on a trip across thr ers. Miss Jackson was of latty called, Oct. Swanson. a liotel was to-day of a charge of manslaughter grow- out or the death ol a passenger o had been atoird hfs autornoWip wh'ch 'overturned rchHu passing an- other car. Justice Morrison, found that 'the accident .appeared to. have been caused by. the second automobile crowding Swansea's car oft" the pave- menL The second car was a ypu'h of. 15, The Jn said that lhe have been In'charge.of an irresponsible-boy, a took Hie case away from the jury. THE CUNARD LINE HjfH Axlu 1349, the China id T.ir.e istadAylh: pior.etr in evetrlhJnpapperUltiir.B to otid coir.foil of f.cCin travelKrs. new- paUtiM tnia-scrcw stearesliics r.ie ell the latert IniprOTeiuenU for Ine in-.l of r.jcr Ibty have bllfie kuii which e great AProiHTMEWTS. CyititiMiutn, Snintiiix-room, Open ami Covered Spacious SUte rooms, Orchulra. Carl? application for d miU for S'Ji.S. 3. tnd tfnrd el-M Pprfami lo Foi paElittilaic cf aad from Mantrcal, Pcillacd, Boeloa ar-d Kctr Vort, to I-ocal Agciiii, or 2 THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. 3M StMrt, WINNfflG. A, B. MITCHELL, PHONE 512, LETHBRIOQE, ALTA, n-liicH started from Winnipeg. to She reports an ercellenf time ami TIZ M te.Vt dn Jfalte your.llrcil feet happy In n (Jolek 17, Coot-bath. H draws out the ache '.lyat-ic'lionff enoughtodomyo'ishes. mode me well and happy and c to gain in weight and my kola healthy i. W. R. No. Z, Ephrtla, Pa. llf yon wunt aflrlfe r.. PinKhstn Kcdlcino Co. (cenfl- il) VonrldlfrrriU ,irtd by a ju Miid Ju Vancouver, Oct. Catholic lirfcsls, Kathprs'-Lllchefnc and Laver- nlcr, again npplleri today lo tho lo be-piared volera list, but applications rvero dcnletl, A i they had Iccn lurned down when they sought lo. register.fts own- ers of Catholic churches, nnd tcday the revising "Commissioner re- fused lo receive lliera as voters. Coimjcl for Orf.rjsc J. WWtcly otnos'ea the applicallons tho inlcstli TIZ. for ttndcr will yoJofnllfooHtoul.lcJ. If jou corns. bnnhiu. rcllcvo Ihom at or itlll fid TIZ onlyi. don't accept substitutes. Fec.llial "Walltr Lulticr A Co.. la prlntcu on the box TIK i, on Bale cvcrjwlicro, ana dtpirlmcnt utortj. price S5c- I your dAltr u-on'l supply you, nflflt u, tiasli Avc., ChicaKU. Wa- CAR BURNED ON PRAIRIE. Sask., Oct. Harn-j Connorn here the nutcmo-j a parly out 15 l'ar OT3 icr praisfs of the ji the and the n4 Can In connection with principal .Sailings to No change tn rouU Stopover Extension r Full all delalts arranged lor S.B. MITCHELL C. P, R. DEPOT, LETHBRIDQI! PHONE 512 REPRESENTINO ALL STEAMSHIp R. DAWSON, District ;