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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta M,OND'aY, january 4, 1915 THE LETHBKIDGE DAIL^ HERALD PARE FIVE For ell forms ot dyr,pepa'ia there are no fiocr remedies than pepsin and bismuth, a statement which your doctor '*?ill readily confirmi These ore the tr-o principui Snjjredients u�ed,in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets imd, in conjunction with the other' jngredicpts, make thiiono of the finest known prepgraiions for indigestion. Reiall Dyspepsia Tablets soothe and tone, upVtKe stomaohi causing a healthy and natural occi'ction of th'e^attrlc'juices^ thus helping the bowels to do their work notutally, , They prevent heartburn, flatulence and distress after eating, ^- aiid convert the food into rich red blood, flesh, bono and J. D, HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LIMITET, In conveniont boxes, 3 sises; 25d.i SOc.j 5100. Sold only nt the over 7000 Roioll Stores, the World's ircntott Dru� Storej. , We personallr (niirimtee that HixaU Dys^dpsta Tobleti Trill h'-'pyou. II tbey don't, wa wilt �ivc yau bock your money. mm iED RIFLES 'Jiagrath, Alta;, Jan, 2.-N. B.;I-Iau-num, tuo^yeU-knowu iiorea breeder of LfcUiDrMge.i haa juat cbuciuclKii a deal wiieruby li0 "Becomes the owiler' oif Koiae-ol' the most magnificent Ferehei'-' on avlstoorets^; ou tlie famous sfltock riiMh,. ot, R/.. ,W, .BirailBhaw, Rosedole j liarm;-aouta. of Magratli. . Tlio.figure.i iivvol-i>ed iB.-a. fnaoy one, but is witlx^' held for'bbfidUB'i'easons; Amonfe the-animi(;jfl' pul"cllaBOd � by Mr. Hannum waa the'syiShdid young stallfoh," Jail-', ctte, wlioso' Biro was the .renowned Pink,^-twioa-iwrWe champion at the Chicago Interiiallbual, and who died of blood poisoning .at Roaeoale Farm last June.''"Ten' head of bloddod stock, a stalHonahd nine mares, were . puvch^'sed: .tiy..-.lhB Letliihi^idge. man, who its the premier Peroheron breeder in the Immediate vicinity of that fMty. Th_ei:fa?n6 of Rosedale B'arm is fast-spreading, and R. W. Bradshaw Is today rated among the foremost breeders of Percherons oa the continent. He Iraportjed PiuU,. who headed Dun-liam's Jantbufe stud, at an enormous coat, put lie, was after the best, and got It, with the .result tJtiat ho now occupies: a front position in the ranks of American horse breeders. Mr. ..Hannum is  starting . a stock, 'V Ufis staSles some dt the best anlraala '-'procurable 111 the "Hjesf., Watch Our Ad�ertisement Miss I/jcy L. Toombs, of lidmon-! ] toHf who has been visiting in Ijcth-imrigo during the jiast week, the guest ot- her brother and sister, - Mr. f,'. B.'and Mis.s Toomh.s, at the Victoria Mansions, returned to Edmon-, ton thia raoruiug. . , | Liondon, Jon. 4.-^An official, statement given out by Tn.|rklsh 'headquarters, is contained in a Constintln-ople .dispatch to Router's: 'Our CaucBBUB army continues its victorious .advance. Our troops, which reached .Sari Kainyah, 35 miles southwest of Kara, won a final victory after a severe battle. . , ' "In the past ten days we have captured 2000 Russians, eight cannon, 13 cjulck-firers, and a great quantity of war material and ammunition. Our troops are advancing further north with fresh success. "Troops advancing from Toufich , . Kord into Russian territorj', dispersed oontributo a, fair proportion ior this a 'Russian battalion, which lost 2ij0 i worthy oDJcct. - The 0. D. E.-havn. rceommonced their work for the soldier;;. Flannel shirts cut out, and wool for knitting,  win be Riven out on Tucr;days and Friday.s tram 10 to 1'2, and trom 3.30 to'5, also Saturday cvcnines, at "123 8tli St. S. Sevcnty-fivc pairs of socks are needed by the end of January. i  * . * I The collection for tlic Motor Am-' bulance fund iu'Macleod and district now amounts to the total ot S77fi.00. This is conaid-cred nitist TiRtiRfaetory by the hardworkltig committ.?�-.s, who ' spared no enorts in thnh .cnde.ivcr to. dead and 400 prisoners. REPORTS CONFI..ICT London, Jan. 4, 12:20 p.iii.-Utter- I.aiSHMAK-r-AXDERSO'N By liev. A, C. Bryan, at St. Aa- To make each January Sale bettai* than tine one which preceded it is the objective poiufc of the management of thiH store. .That a difstinct isiargiii Qf. improvement will be shown is the promise held out with reference to this 8emi-Aiinual Cleai'ance Sale. It is going to be decidedly the best yet. Watch tomorrow night's issue of thlB i)aj)er for a few of the rea�onfi wJiy we feel so confident about it. ly irreconcilable arc the claims ' of ''""^^ s manse, Andrew ijoishman and the contending armies in the oast, '-^'^s iVlargaret, Sinclair Aiulerson In the west web weather preludes op- ^^'cre united in marriage at 7..-i0 p.m. eration-s which could gi -� SsitMrrlnv Thv.v -kpvs sunDortsd hv vanbalx! to one side or The activities of the Caucasus seem to be assuming an in- ^ reception was held at t!;:' liorae of creasing importance,'judging trom the flie bride's mcther. Both the -i-oung attention the I'ctrograd ofticial com- People are residents oi and will live hero. Our Jamusiy \Wt� Goods Sale is now in foil swing. Unequalled values in Ladies' ^'^^llitewear. Call on our Ready-to-Wear Section, thpr nreludes on- ^^'^rc unitea in marTiaL,c ai^ (.sn p.m. eve Sed-ad- Saturday. They wei-us, -coiBmaiider. � . ' Afajor Whitfaker, second in' command.' ' " �; - Captain 0-.,S. Elngle, quartermaster. Captain lir.Orr,-medical officer. ,; Lieut. Wills,. ;BlBnal bffleer. Lieut Ajidersoii, prej-Tiiaster. Lleut.^ Bvely, veterinary. Lieut.'^Fehriell, machine gun. � The-adjutant for the regiment has' not as yet been named, but the appointment from Ottawa is expected daily. ...... Sciuadrpn Officers -.ilaJoE Benw.ell, A: or B; Major Bryan, A or B; Major Fayne, G squadron ;, Ca.ptaln Oalces, A or B; Captain Baty.'X'or B; Captain Mort, C squadron. Lieutenantsr-T-A. BJid B, Biggs, Smith, IJaa^iea; G;. Camjh'eU .aad.-Brlok. There 'is" one fgr .each-.squadrcin; to b'i ap-'po'lhted as'iylet,,,.'; Clubs and Societies have taken this position. Russia, were unitc-d' in marriage bv the Rc\. howev-er; docs' not admit "this and a. H. Denoon. The h.ippv'couple left says- the Ttirks have suffered cnor- tbc same evening for Tted Dser, whore mous losses. ,-, � , the grrvom is a prominent ranchor. Compai'ing the, Turkish, iind the i ' . � , * Russian statements, it �'ou!d... seem ! that t-hc Turks at the presant - time are making some headwayalthough � hothsidcs, are IbsifiT he,iv!!v .a.s their ; r,.v, .,,,,�n+?lp nt t.hp Poii ^ of tl e '\ eek C-vPrayer will mountains, but there never li'as been J"'1/"" ^"'�^'f'"* members an invasion in strength. �� � |is Jooked for. . Further developments in . Albania 1 have been hanging fife since the Italian occupation" ot Aviona. Waive Moratoriurn on Accounts Sub-ijeot to Cheque Paris, Jan. 4.-Most of the Paris banks have decided to waive from January* livthe jbenefits jot the mora-toriiim apiSying to- .accouiits subject to cheque. . Depositors  may therefore draAv their balance-la-full, \ GLASS EYE WANTED B!Y FRENCH Ti^OOPER 'Paris, Jan. 2.-^L'Tntransigeant pub-Wshes the following special appeal just received by a Paris oculist: "I joined my regiment at the be-glnhlng of the war and fouglit throughout uninjured, but am now greatly, distressed by the breaking in a recent combat of the glass eye you supplied me some years ago. The doctor, noticing it, holds me in a' hospital, which makes me ven- sad. Please forward me a.new eye so .that 1 may rejoin my coiiirades. T have no money here, but I promise to pay at the end of the war. Respectfully,- Emile de Costred?' ' ~ The Wesley Ivadies';,Aid Avill liold tlieir regular monthly, business meeting on Wcdnesd-ay at, 3 o'clock. A full attendance is rDqit'cstod. > . -� .. There will be no liiBeting 'of the A. Y. P. A. of St. Cyprian's this w-e2k, but there will'he a meeting as usual next week.  *  � The annual meeting, - etc., of tlie �V'oung Men's Bible class of Wesley church, has been postponed from Thursday, Jan. 7th to Tuesday, Jan. i2th. Almost the last words of Private Dome of the -Loyal No^th Lancashires, who died at Aldershot from wounds received at Ypres, and was accorded a public fnnera'i at Darwen, were: -'Oh, if we only had more men!" London, - Jan.. 4.-There are no more .British Interpreters with the Allied forces In France. .'Ml of the big aasemhlage ot -British Ilnsulsts who were assigned-to accompany the units of Britain's expeditionary force for the purpose of parleying with French and Flernislt peasa'ntB, and interviewing German prisoners ot war, have either been recalled or assigned to otlier duties. .Their places have beeu taken by French 'interpreters. The reason for this step is tliat the French interpreters are privates or non-commissioned officers, and -drav.' pay c'ofresponding' to their rank, wOiereas the British all had commissions, and received officers' salaries. This is a move in the direction of economy, -but what is, move important is that it provides tlte .War Office with a large number of. we'll educated youtli.s, '�yho," through their experienc-ea on, the firing line, have gained- a certain amount of inllitary training and- can he turned into real officers for Kitchener's army with very little training. Claresholm Man Killed by a&E. Train Saturday Claresholm, Jan. 4.-(Special.)- Scott Rice, a farmer living four mile'j south of Claresholm, w-as instantly kii'ied- on Saturday night by being run down by the night passenger train on the C. & U. Railway. Rice was riding home on his pony along- the track, when the train overtook .hini. He was unable to get out ot the way, and the engineer was unable' to stop the train In time. Rice w^as a member of the Latter Day Saints church, and leaves a wife and seven children. An inquest is being held today. Thomas Canu, a well-known resident of J-Iopo townshii), Ont., is, dead. M-rs.. Max Green (Mr. Redmond's daughter) and her,two. bpm, Max'^tWiO. Redmond, The picture .was tal?an at. Mrs. Green's residencei in Dulblin. Mr. Green is-chairman of the_ Irislii Prisons Board and was at one, timfe B6cretai'>, to the Lord Heuiertant of Ireland. Her father, Mr. Jolm Redmobd, lsJ "OC to choose from, reg to J2; Sale^ I a'vO Men's Sweater Coats indid 1 $1.33 In tan and maroon only, a splendid knockabout sweater. Worth ^2.00 Sale Price.........,........ Men's Work Shirts Good, big, roomy^ shirts of English army flannel. Regular price ?1;50. Sale, Price................... S5c Troys' Overalls An Overall in strong blue denim, patch pockets. Regular 75c pair. . CC�* Sale Price ....................... A Line of Ladies' Waists At Bargain Price A nuralber.of 'VS^aists in fine white lawns, piques, vest ings, all placed out at the one price, usually ^