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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October THE LKTHBRinfJE DAILY HERALD Page 7 And it Will not be Last Day of the High Vote Should be a Banner One for All the Active Workers Tlio Herald's all-cash subscription campaign Is moving along bootulug, iu fact. TUi> list shows lueiity-Iive active mote active t'lan ollieif, 'of the r.rosiiecls of rvvcral morn coming to llio front before tho end of the Hnsl iwrlwi voiii'8 Kciaember. please, that last to get In on the high volo Is Mon- day. November 3rd. Write It on your mirror, and you'll not lorget. limit of COCO votcB cadi day alovo (he high vote of tlw previous ftanJIcg will remuvcJ a-'ter next Tuesday, and candidates will be allow- t-d to vote as they please BO long as tho dumber handed in for publication Is reason. And the candidate having tho most votes in tlw paper will be placed al head of the list, the. remainder holding positions accord- lug "to tho uumbi'r of Totes they have. The manager lias no suggestions to offer. It Is lest however, not to "pour" all your vo'.ea in the papor aud have nothing left to "poke" up your sieevo. your very -IjeRt tho remaining few Just a little better than any other the way io win out. Program, Big Smoke, Lois of Fun--Dr. Conybeare's READ CAREFULLY After have Friday, Saturday as- Mitchell To Cut Looie Mr. D. 11. Kllon occupied Ihc clialr] New Yorli. Oct. Purrock indignaul last night n a masterly way, and wit Si hts Jovial JMtcliell was distortion did Justice to that office when lie read liir- attack mado upon u such a manner that It met'with the'.blm fcy Judge McCall, in the meeting approvEl of those present. [in tho Brooklyn Academy of Music. Introducing (he event of the he would at ont-e 4iegin an ng, the chairm.iu gave a adijresa fack upon the Tammany candidate, .the benefits to be Oorlvcd. with material which he had not ivish- "rom friendly gatheriuns such as Hits, ed to use because it was personal t having a tendency of bringing ons "I am Bltnply to cut he apd aU In closer touch wilh thblr fel. said, "with material lhat 1 have in my ".ow-men, and cementing still firmer and did not want to re- Ihe friendship of 'lumanUy. i veal because of Indulging In personal- A lengthy programme was render- Kies., MeCall has of.cncd tbc door. ed, as follows: tomorrow night. J shall i'lano selection, B. J. Clarke- spcak at tbreo weellngs ue- J. E. Clarke, from lOV. Ser-; lo Madison Souare Garden. vice's "Songs ol a tnstru- Ai.Hiose meetings 1 will furnish ma- w en Lai duet, by Messrs. J. Geo. Harp- er and R. Ibey, entitled "Medley and Variations from Some of Uie Famous song, "Out on. tluj by Mr, Eong, "Mary of by ilr. encore. selection by the K: of P. Kazoo fiua.tlet.le. compostfl of Messrs. Harper, Taylori Knutson acd Neldlg: reading-, from R. W. fV.rvJce's "Songs of a Sourdough." >jy Mr. H. Klton; song. "Simon the by' Mr. Cooper, encore "In Cellar Hefreshioeata vrere served at this stage of the everybody terial for three separate stories." rtUMOR REVIVED OF C. P. R. LINE FROM BASSANO CITY TO THIS doing Justice lo the good be- fore them, after which the second patt of tlie programme -was rendered.-The to tie. au- From what it hcrlla'.ise s.-utc s the claims to'have information v reauercQ, me claims to-have information Menr> J- chairman, in ntroducmg wiu bc Etarled on the Civic Government cr of the Mr. C. F. p; Cony- line iroat Uthbridpe to the elective five seats Ja the council at Ihe civic election early in December. The Ed- monton Board of Trade Is preparing j a petition to tlio city council for plebiscite, to le taken at the same time on theso "Are you in favor ot city govern-1 ment by an elective council anil seinl arato appointive commissions for ad in In Is Ira live branch of llie city and! a commlssCon for each of the city's municipal owned public utilities'! "Are'yo'j In favor of city govern- ment by elective commissioners, in- cluding the Initiative, referendum and recall "Are you In favor ot the present form of city'government, by an elect- ive mayor and council and appointive IT. Milton ilartln, ex-president of the Edmonton Hoard of Trade, whc originated the plan of a plebiscite on. tho foregoing quesllonE, said Iu dis- cussing ihe matter at a meeting of tliat organization that "like the ma- jority of our citizens I have not been satisfied administration of TO SMALL HOTEL KEEPERS. BOAROtNG HOUSE PROPRIE- TORS AND OTHERS FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with from H. E. Mclbach, Esq., to-sell bv public auction aud without reserve al the Hotel, ca MONDAY NEXT NOVEMBER 3rd At tO O'clock, a.m., a large quantity of Which have been dtsccardeJ In the course of renovating and refurnishing, inctudiug abo'Jl IPO comforters, quantity uool blank- ets, mounted feeds and springs, oak drcesers and stands, Jarpe of hole] crockery, about 4 tea pote, wine tumblers, tankards, ice boxes, large framed pictures and a large quauUty of smaller ankles too numerous to ( There will also bo sold about 20 unclaimed grips and kit bags- The pale will be held in tho court at tie rear of the Hotel and an early attendance is respectfully requested. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1416 and 469 benre. K.C.. paid the highest ailri- rintcs lo hie not only civic, affairs. None of us can say where the blarce In a gen- eral way the results are anything ex- cept satisfactory. We are not receiv- ing full value for the tconej's expend- ed." Henry J. Koclie, secretary of the League, who out commission plan of next summer. The Calgaiy j government, declared that while It IE points out the great ber.eRtluot .a Panacea for all municipal i it at least insure a business ad- ,tl ms LO tllC opcmn the order of th.- Knights.-or, Pythias, line next belui? trio founder, nnd, in reality, the :'fhe llernld also received fathe-r of the institution In this city. information from a C. Mr. Conybeare delivered elo- yesterday quent address, touching upon various 'five "years Lethbridge T____....... subjects of interest, with the develop-, western terminus of a C.IMl. line ment of tbis western country; and the from Southern jUberta to the Hud- work and duly PythianUm owes lo Its son's flay. The of the. incoming citizens, exhorting-; Ihem'to lice from Lcthbr dge to will uphold tiie standard of Uie-order; so -glvit "tliis city practically direct com- Ihat after our day Is over agjllving in- 'inunication with Saskatoon, ore o( lio public could'reflect greatest coal consuming, fields in minislriilion. He added tliat the lea- gue bos no-cnjidiilates to foist upon the electors, ''Our primary the west. The important saving in mileage following the ouening of the a loyal British subject, but also [bis .lint: will to LeUbiidfic, es- lmed, In eloquent terms his loyally to the opening cl tlie icxt year. ___ ____sd sirailat rathc-rjpf the institution In this city. information from a C. P. R. official he said, "Is to tell ihe people about that befoie i tlm comnilsston would be the Mayor i William Short, K.C., author of the Edmonton charier, under which tho city has the single tax and muni- cipal nVue'rship of public utilities, and candidate for re-election, energeticall> opposed the plan of government by an t'lective" commission declaring ifwouid not meet tlie practical requirements of thls.munlclpalily. "We. have Invested In our. public ho said, "and the investment is a the peor Our chief trouble, now happily ended by tho provincial legislature amend- ing our charier, was thai the council which engaged them could not dis charge our commissioners without a two-thirds tote of trie members. More- over, wa. arc now settling bills traded by former administrations The-com mission plan IB a pretty may work out in American cJlies-'but It docs not fit our scheme of things, "Our charter is adequate lo'requlre- ments, bul we must Iiave men lo carry out Its provisions, K tho elect ors of Edmonton will give me the right kind of council and commission on our work, least say ed to bless mankind." The musical programme was Ihen '.LeflibrMge-Wr.yburn' branch, and the conllniied by a piano s election: by -B. construction of the J. Clarke; song, Mr. R. J. Wellington; .'jar-6 branch would add greatly to song, "Safe PaUier'B covered by Let abridge, T. S. Fetterly; short Mr. G. Uibuting houses.; _ _. M. Hatch; song, "Asleep- In Ihe -Mr. Kealey; recitation, -from R. W. Sour- entitled "My by J. B. (Jlarke; selection by.k. of. P. Kazoo quartette; finale, "God -Save Iho King." The committee who had tTip_abpve affair In'charge were rcwraan. A, Neidlg. J. E. Ctarlte, o. Xeldlg, Kealcy-and Taylor, RECONCILIATION NOT LlKELY. Select a.Slate (Contlnuod From Froat Page) trie ftranwi. He left to tafco charge of tho engineering de- partment of Ihe Soutk Alberta Land Co., which position he held until re-, cently. AL the earnest solicitation of I.ondon, Oct. Wljliam a nufnbc-f of friends In j ers, I'll save them millions of dollars Tjooih, head of, the Salva- he agreed to Bland every year, I cannot do it alone, nor mayor of that city at the cominglcan any other-man, A goud plan is lion Array, sails for New-York to-mor- row. in New York" lie "may election, but having large properly in- meet his brother Dnllinglori> bul it Is liere' lle wlas Prevailed upon to felf in Salvation Army circles hero "c.CPPt the above nomlnalion for Leth- that all hopes of a reconciliation will bridge .when tendered to him some few Lo futile unices tho Volunteers'of. Am- dajs tvrrangements erica make Iho first advances, Arthur Reid is well known to bridge people In his capacily of gtn- Eiiperlntendenl of the electrical df-partnicnt of Ihe tily. .He came to Lethhridge to inatall and aftorwarda fat-'e charge of tho pumping station, on! lo his management has bosn com- iiTrltcd since the cfeclrlral power'ond {nettling plant and the street railway, i Ilia record Is loo well known' to re- j quire elaboration. Mr. .Reid will be to resign h's present posl- j tton lo accept Mie nomination which will he tendered him, It (3 doubtful if hfi will bc able to appear personally during Ihe although hla Are jrou one of those to physician statc-a lhat he )s progressing every rriial "la another source of favorably towards recovery. gooii only with good men." j'n tl A deputation waited on tho digtit meajs arf vill or M Mm of the won restore It lo such perfect con- (akcrl. allion thai you 11 never leel that you Iiave a siomach. Take one after each meal. 50c. a Sm it your PARIS HAS TA.NGO RIVAL. Paris. Oct. rival to the Tanpo Druggist's. Made by the-National fm.rnl Its way (o Paris. It unig and Clismlcal Co. of'Cansda, [called Hie "Cradling p.mco." U: Llmlied. i future fa dlmciilt lo'prertlcl, Into' lo tllc n'llllr- ttie a bonnet cloves arc I Mlcr i.ev.eral bar.? !hn m-o "daiif ers release i "Imftstlon IE ihs Ictrti of Flattery" Trlt ONLY "QUO YAWS" M Shcrmin Monday tfitir hold "and Ho al rfiil'l Itnptli. Tfcsn. Unse nuiJlr1. they slo-vly. rnisc them-1 itefrca to join ear.h oHier. and .t.-alU 'again, for the new dance affi'tn.llinl it bo the dance of the! Sage and Sulphur Barkens Gray Hair Brush this through faded, life- less locks and become dark, glossy, youthful Hair that loses its color and lustre, or wluu It fades, turns Bray, dull and'lifeless, is caus- U by ft lock of sulphur IP. the hair. Our grandmother made a of Sago Tea and 'jlphur to keep locks irt beautiful, and tlioufands of imen And nicn who value that -on color, that dark dindo of hair which is 30 at-' .-.'ictivo, use only this old-lime recipe. .jivitdnyfl wo get this famous -turrs by asking at any dms iiore Tor a 50. cent bottle of Wyelh's and Sulphur flair which darkens tho hair'so naturally, so evenly, that idbody possibly tell It has, 'Besides, It takes T danrtniff, flops scalp Itching and falling rriair. You Just Jam'iien a appngo or sort It nnd draw this through .-our liair, -taking one small .ruid at a time. By morning .V'yelh's .Sulphur Is ilark- iiaEr, after a'fe'w .11 brings'back 1 rintl Rives it an apcarftnco ot abundance. D. Illginbolliam t Co., Limited. North Lethbridge Four Lots Left x 129, to lane. Prices to each. Terms cash, per month. This properly is near corner Third Avenue rind Sixteenth Street, 3 liloc-ks from lintel in course o[ erection.. Sewer, water and side- walk. Buy now before they are all sold. W. M. Gillelan PHONE 1744 1222 THIRD AVE, SOUTH COMPANY TRUE MUSICIANS Thty Will Appear Under the Aus- pices of the Loyal Order of Mooss at the Empress TomoiTOW Night Without exception, every item on the programme of tnc Con- cert Company, tallied applause, be stop- ped only by fin encore, -Tiius it was that a largre audience in St. church received last night as talented an organization as has been beard here for some time. Moose Jaw's re- ception and undoubted appreciation1 of the programme nhd tbs performers were flalloring alike to the city and the company. The orchestra contented Itself in- dividually and collectively vrith some of the belter operatic selec- tions; as they alcq pleased audi- ence, their judgment must be admired. The "MarlEana." overture anq.the prer ludc from were perhaps the best coHectivc" prefcntationa of the -cventng. Tobnnls' "Hungarian Fantafile'' was not less excellently ren- dered, but was not quite as familiar as tlio others, and suffered'a lUUe hccauaeof that Unconducted, as they are, show their long training In their ease of interpretation and faultless tempo, and the excellent tonal effects'proved'their artistic na the other did their technical ability. Undoubtedly IDS (it-bit of tho ev- cnfng was the harp solo (one should nae tho plural in of Itc number of encores of Mr. Varalio. Twice he had lo respond to the ap- plause, Tvith further contributions af- ter first giving an Trovatore" fan- lasla. Other solo selections were those of Mr. K. L. Brown, the lia'utiat, Tcrschafc's Elgar's "SaUit as'a cello solo'by Mr, C. E. Myers, and MT. violin selec- as. difficult as tie name would with merel'' as an "encore.. C, Tl. Shelley rounded off n. gooif trornbona performance with tb? Miserere from "li in company with the corncttlat. Mr. S. Baker. John Went- zcl's songs second in "popularity to no other of (he programme. He has a birUor.c volco of excellent timbre, over-which lie exercises full control. IHs selections wero very happy. The Toreador song .from "My "In a and You were the songs he- choae. "My and ihe last-Tiemed being given 85 en- Moose ,faw Xews, 28, fs the stncerest form of Ffattery" -'SEE THE ONLY "QUO VADIS" At the Sherman Monday Next. Gives Up Hope Because of Drink The drink babit is a .discouraging habit both to the drinker and to the drinkers' family. Drinking men pro- inlso themselves and their families they will, stop drinking, but always fail to Jo EO, because the craving for drink is stronger than the will- rower to resist, if you are discour- aged by repeated, failures .'to stop drinSfne, investigate the Noal Drink Habit Treatment which a sure harmless vegetable remedy that re- moves the craving for'ddnic-in Uires without tha use of hypodermic injections." Call, write or nhoae for full particulars. .Get our proofs that the .Veal Treatment will make you a .sober man. NEAL. INSTITUTE, 820 13th Ave. West, Calgary Phone W. 4525 NOT GUILTY OF CRIMINAL LIBElI? Edmonton, Alia., Oct, 27. Qiieher, publishor of tho "Critic" .charged wifij. criminal libel' against Jeremiah. Callaban, >rai found not guilty In suiirema court here to- day. Use Satis if Kidneys Hurt WE EAT TOO MUCK MEAT WHICH" CLOGS KIDNEYS CAUSING BACKACHE NEW HEAD FOR WESTERN UNIVERSITY, London, Oct. Ul- tie aiipointfa'to succeed his Most folks forget that the .kldnej-s, like the bowels, gtl sluggish and clog- ged ami need a flushing occasionally, else we have backache and dull cry In the kidney region, severe head- aches, rheumatic) twinges, torpid liv- er, acid, stomach, sleeplessness ajiO all sorts of bladder disorders.' You simply, must keep your klrtaeya active and clean( and the moment yoi) (tcl an ache or pain'In ttie kidney re- gion, get'about four of Jad Salts from any good drug store here, take a tablespoonful In a glass 61 water oetoro breakfaat for a few days and your kidneys.will then acl fine. 'This famous'sails 19 made frori the add of grapes and lemon jnlcd combined vlth lltliia and li bannkM to flush clogged kidneys and ate them (n normal activitv, .It also neutralizes tlio acldrf. in thVurine aQ'_ li lib-longer Imtatua, CQdlni bladder disorders., i 'at'ier. the LUtii Col.'tlttla as! npvcrnor of tha' Western UnlversHy.! makes'a effervescent lilMiv Tho Hoard also recommended that wr.ter drink which everybody should Hon. Adam Beck and" Philip Pccocki now'and tnen lo. keep'Uirtr klrf' bo nude'Covernors. r'r.rly this weefc'! 'lean, thus avoiding serious COny a commilise was In Montreal to Infer- 'tacit'truixlsl Dr. Symonds, JF.A., wto A may'he Induced (o take tho P.-csidehcy of tbe University, jell! lola of Sails tc toltt believe in overcoming kidney' while'it is holy ;