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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TIUJUSIUY, JANUARY 15, 1911 T H E L T H n R i n r; E n A i L Y H E R A D PAGE SEVEN Today's whfat prices Northern...... Ko. 1 Xo. .NorlUcru No. 3 Northern Nu. 4 Norlhorn Ko. 5 Nortaem No. 1 llcJ....... No. 2 Hcrl...... No. 2 HcJ...... No. 4 ItcJ...... No. i Ik-d...... O'J GO .THURSDAY'S WHEAT PRICES The uhf.it pric- es today nero Jim.' Parly of 33 Rescued After Mir- aculous Escape But Whole Island is Scene of Desolation July 0.1 1 s- 311 33 .M.iy .17J July 3SJ Jnn............................ May 1.35J July 1.37} CASH Whoa Nu. I N'ut................... Xn. 2 Nor................... N'o. 3 Xor................... J Kicd Winter Xo. 1 No. 2 No. 3 4 Oats- No. 2 C. No. 3 C.'W Kx. No. 1 Feed ilarley- Nn. 3 No. 4 'Jlj 93 3SJ 1.3-1 1.35 1.37 snj- 84} S2 7St 50 Ul 83 754 COMING CALGARY Kagoslmna, Japan. Jan. graphic ccimuusiicaUou between thiH city and Uie uortb was restui-eU lliU evening. The of thy cruiser ron cclit Ijy (lie government have lukeu charge and are rauiilly re- storing order along the waterfront. Many refugees from Kagoshlnn have relurne-1. All thplr houses are In ruins, they are compelled to I camp. Three- warships brought a large supply of. provisions. The pro- perty IOFS In tills city Is Immense. Tuo clearing away of nslies aud de- bris has not gone far enough to al- low even an apriroxtmato esttmaio ol the loss of human A group of ihlrlr-threo refugees was rescued from amid a great waste o' steaming lava ct the foot of tha vol- cano of. Sahura-JIma today. Their es capo was llttlo short of miraculous. No living being remains, EO aa known, on the- entire island ol Sak- ura. Tho rescue was effected a crew from the JarraneEe flagship. As Toronto, Ont.. Jan. S. Fofiis of Voilci; street Methodist church Ins acced- ed a call to ('rUgary. lie Atll go thc-re L-.-xt July. Fct'J Flax- I No. 1 X. IV. C 2 C. MINNEAPOLIS No. May 'Jul'y CHICAGO 1.28} I.25J 83! 90 02J SSI E Aid Society Charge Lives Ten Weeks in the Open at Calgary WINNIPEG STOCK MARKET Winnipeg, Man., Jan. of cattle since Monday at the C.P.H. rintl Union stockyards we're J'.boul nontial.' at tho Utter yards thpro was a heavy ran. of hogs, trad- ing In cattle steady and prices unchanged. Tlio demand holds good for real good fluff. heavy receipt of IIORS, prices were a shade easier, choice be- J7.75 to to gual- ifr, .with tlie usual reductions on roughs and hpavius mm aiogrr. nuliti? wero ns butcher steers, to 7.50; fair to good buterier steers, C.GO to G.25; choice butcher C.CO to fair to good Imtcher 5.50 to 8.CO; biiichcr con-B, 5.50 to GOO; fair cows and heif- ore, .lo 6.25; common cows, lo 3.50; hest hu'rta, -J.7o lo 5.00; com- mon 4.00 to best feeders, 5.75 to 6.00; toest stackers, 5.00 to 6.-SO; host inllkeri and springers, 55.00 to CO.00; common to inedhim milkers and sprlnsert, 40.CO 1 Calves-Wolce calves, 6.50 to 7.00; hp.ivy gootl calves, 5.50 to C.OO; apring lo choice killing sheep, 5.00 to 5.oO. I Choice hogs, 7.75 to S.Ofl; roughs and heavies, '5.25 to 5.60; lass, 4.03. Receipts for two ilnys, ending to- day, were as follows: Union Cattle, 261; 33 L j soon aa the cruiser-squadron arrived ,-jl i ilicre crews were sent out fo circle Uic island of Sakura, on which lhe vol- cano is miles out in tho bay. The contour of.tlio island has been entirely during the j past week. The sailors did not risk j on of the terrific heat and noxious gas, which made a systematic- scrutiny along the coast Impossible. The entire island was covered with smoking nsliea and hot lava. AH wan dosolaUon and no sign ot human feeing seen nnlil late in the day, when an officer in one o'. the launches noticed something be- ing waved In the air at a short tanco from the- shore. A detachment! of men heavily bundled .to, protect j them from tlio hear, was landed. Af- ter a hard struggle they succeeded In. making their way through soft ashes breast high, until they reached a great rock- Sheltered behind' this j rock, they found thirty-three people, Ivlng, but coated with thick Oust and by starvation, nnd thirst. Among the rescued vas a school- master, Trho had borne "with hiio from his school house the portrait of thc Emperor, the village policeman who had saved the records of, the Station s nnd the postal clerk with a small bag or malt. Tho refugees were-taken aboard a warship, and provided with food and drinfc. They explained that they had hidden groat cave during thc vol- canic disturbance. The eruption In tlie district north of this city Is abating, and the work of tori" a ce-nnnunicalion Is going for- ward rapidly. CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, -fan. of dam- Orlando HjorkUati, a Lclhbridgt boy, who, aa an incorrigible, was lak- en in hand a. ye.tr ago by tin- local children's protectivc officers, follow- Ins petty thieveries In which the lad mixed up. was picked up in Cal- a couple- of days aso iiie po- lice after lie had been wandering ab- i out for weeks In. that, city, living i in the open air, ivilh no means of' support otter than refuse which he i could iiick up at the rear of restaur- j nuts anj hotels. (The lad's mother lives ia, Leth-! bridge, but his father has not been a resident of the city for some time. Probation Officer I-amb will see Mrs. Bjorkblad today, and it is likely will be nt ado to Jiave tbe youngster is one of the brightest j boys be has ever but got trav-' oiling in M'rous kind of society, I'hicli necessitated Ms being Eent from home in an' effort to re- 'orm him. The Calgary Albertan tells Lbo strauge story of the boy's disappear- ance and precarious ia Cal- gary as follows: Wilh his clothes in tatters, his ong and unkempt, bis face pale as chalk, and trembling and shaking a leaf from cold and MIDLAND HAD SERIOUS FIRE LMjdland, Ont, Jan.' suffered another fire loss at one clock this morning, -with the loss es- timated at about Ingram nnrt Macleod blocks were destroy- eJ. The buildings contained tho fol- lowing businesses, all of which have by alternate- freezing and lotaHy nd- ing sent wheat prices IIP grartfl today, i ArnRricaj Town clerk's of- lluHlsh sentiment -was increased hy j flco Sjmcoc Hallway inwT-Power Co.'a Ming In Argentina, and hy the office w. Btfl, sewing'ma- of navigation on tiie Danube. i chinc asenlj w> barrister; There was liberal rt'.Hns, however. 1Jr ,Iarvi0] Water on the advance. Opening' figures j Omce; C: E.-AJkons1 were K to cent, higher, and the TAylor, Armstrong Broa. A market scored a further gain. Oats roso wltb.otter srnln. .Trad Sale Off To a Rush For Bargains As Was Expected the Rummage Sale Drew the Crowds We have spent months in preparing for this great Sale. With money so scarce, and sales of all descriptions all over the city, we realized it was up to us to make our annual clean-up or Rummage stand out, where it belongs at the top of the list. It did not take long for the buying public to catch on the fact we had planned A Sale That Would Crowd the Busy Store for Nine Lucky Days in Prizes Given Away) The bargains have never been equalled in this city because we have had the co-operation of the Mills and Wholesalers in the East-they send us Mill Ends, Samples and Odd Lines which we turn over to you at factory prices plus the freight. to eole of that when it comes to a Sale, we take second is place to no one. Rylands Co. have and always will "sell-for-less." the way we have built up our enviable business in two short years. That Eye Openers for Those Who are at all Skeptical 36 in. Messaline Dress Silks for 75c 15c and 20c Embi'oidery Edgings 5c 1 and 75c Fancy Dress Silk for 28c Union Suits for iike New Spring Waists up to for 35c White Quilts 1 5c Prints, all Mill Ends for 9c Flannelette Night Gowns for 95c 20c Linen Torchon Laces for 5c Children's Coats for Be Sure and Get a Yellow Coupon With Every Fur-lined Coats, and 19 Other Valuable Articles Will be Given Away Absolutely Free Orlaudo DJorjblaXl, aged 14, who says be has slept in the beait of tho city In the open air Jor ten weeks, was brought to nolk-e headquarters yester- day morning at S o'clock by .Patrol- man Miller. Emaciated from hunger and naturally BUI all mid stunted, tho bey a pitiful object, as he stood quaking bcforo'tbe pclico desk _and told a tale thpt even shocked -tho men at headquarters, who are accus- tomed to see tbe worst phases of lifo every day in Hie round o.' their regu- lar duties. "I ran away from a farm near VA- monton." said rho bey to'Deskman" Wood lion PC. "I was sent there ten weeks ago by a charity society in walked all Iho way in the city of from Kdinontun to Calgaiy ten weeks [Tntte is a bu ago nnd since I came here 1 have' net' a COMING SIEGE OF LETHBRIDGE Salvation Army Wil Make Special Attack on Forces of Evil jtoi knowledge of evcrvthir.g Indian, mcicJcnta. 01 Indian life which they use in their addresses from time to time are always of thc most cb- ng liuman interest, iviU be carried on of thc week its woli as PEOpacations ale ia lianil for 'del bar.d will te Iscrvkcs each Sur.riay, ar.d the Cita- .Because lie forged C. P. H. i would have lost Lho Armstrong thVcel tills of lading, thereby nearly "doing Conducted tho project on. an almost nil at all ser- lo lie the creatfst cr'mt in jfires. leaders will lie present the history of Palvstion Array Brigadier Otffn of Vancour ,vcr, Brigadier and -Mrs. Hunter, Ma- Lethbridgc- Captain :jor Divisional Commander man thcbe days a'c-jfor Montana ami Irtaho- Captain OaVc revival campaign t.o.of Mcdidne Hat, and Adjutant !low> been. in.be thc of l.elhbridge, due- idl from thc Army's magnificent corps rear of! ing which the local foiets ol Sal- !at Calgary. Tlie latter ofiiccr will be >l Army Ird hy special leaders, Assisted hf Knvoy Jim Miller, a woa- ntiaclc and horuhard what they ;deriirt and interesting trophy of lanes nnd have oaten at tho I vavtod home co see my father and mother, but'never got uny fnrilier than here. Tlio work on the. farm was too hard and I ran away." tlie Ehison Milling Co. for the neat sum of f 1505, George Armstrong waa yesterday aflcrnooh. sentenced spend tlie three months in the barracks working for tbe gpverntnent. Tho story surrounding Armstrong's operations la soroewhat spectacular, and out of the ordinary. "He appeared before Inspector Lindsay op the charge some days ago for preliminary hearing. Ueing comjnilted to .stand ate pleased to call 'the strongholds jGrace, uhose conversion is a modern trial, Ho elected to be tried of tlic Devil1 in a strenuous endeavor miracle, wonijrlully cxemplilying the iiy, appeari lo rescue some of tlu slaves ol sin. Army's work-a.nonw the down-and-out On Mcnday (he city po'.icc'receiv- (here is a spirit oi 'class. ed word tbat a boy was sleeping un-itMcl' the atmosphere among the; All Hie soldiers ol the-local corps dcr a big plaltorm'at rear of snd as the days approach will be. formed Ujgadrs for work Slh avenue West lo fommcncp, and as.durino the siege., ami any friend who nud Detectives Kitcbfe ami Mcnonald iprcparations near comp.ction the like to assist in the Rreat wl'di murt bave been huddlcil in .tl era, tbong'i, were mnro evenly divid- ed in the nflghboring and KUrol Sergeant Davidson made r. mu requfsted lo Bfl n search for him, tut could not rind him: 1 s s'rccfss m all Ms touch .lapljim Tutle (phone ls rlslns lo "vlial at and lend a liMtl. An itlonljtcilly Ijc Iniliri? point before thcihour or. two' or day will be a adian Eq.ress Co.. and n. A. Kowlle, i hwever, as it nas only a short die- si with a will 'he a motto aad The cause of the lire Is lin- lance from th_e Con- irrcp.ntatorv on Saturday, j itonjciy jc Iniliri? point before thcihour or. two' or day will b Krank; Miss MoUo.l, miillner: Can- 1 ilt some place under the p'aiCcnn, a and all he utiliml. jeweller, known. filablo Miller founil him in the lane. January 21lh at S p.m. and the grand AOEO JAIL GOVERNOR DEAD HISS BELLE Daughlcr of the linftcrt Stales Am- bassador lo Spain. Announcement of her engagement lo Kermil Itooscvcll la clvon out. I'crlli, Ont., .Ian. H. Grant, governor the Jail since 1SSO, died trim mcrninf, aged Ship Your Grain Limited WlnnTpeg Winnipeg Grain Lethbrldji For prices phono 1714, brfdge, or write P. O. Box 273 Office Royal Bank Building, iillll til O ,-.111. mill 1111, I.Ill 11 cloltico were In a flllhy will lc con- i who nn Ihsl Ilir-v >iniT In lin h'irrm-1 I i- _ _ _ .1 used in connection will] the Siege and raan is lhe motto of lhe iring before Judge ,Jackson in ciiamhcra yesterday, pleaded guilty and was sentenced. Representing himself, as connected with the Ellfaon Mill, Armstrong vis- ited tho GraEsy Lake and Dnnlett dis- tricts, where he offered 58 cents a bushel for ivlieat. Ho- bought four thousand bushe'a.at -this price, but tbe farmers would not turn over the fbllla of lading without receiving some [cash deposit. Armstrong iiad no FO forged a Mil of lading, using elt C.P.K. agent's name, ''ocniment, he came to Lethhrldxe pockeEbook, aa no had arresled. WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN Winnipeg, Jan. iUcfes cf dynamUe and 200 feet of htve been stolen from tho powder zaaculno at Middlechurch. bridge authorities. itriho-s. This rar.hs ar.io-pst ar.d um'oubtcdly lhe hfautihtl most- successful tiiat the Atiny has jJitllr will bP ,vcrv popular i in linnsT, ai'd all int; the days of (he1 Sfcgc. Army's march of progress know that is saying a hrcj deal. H Further nrc-ir.d Ihc city in Ifcr shape of nosl- he in terms of thc [crs, hsndbiHs, and tlic Hrilisli grnnr.s in the course c-t a and as a result, pro- .lays. The fbtrs of .the sirgc wHl he now have almost jaty to Kcbuiary IClh. s ainong lhe A 'Cficlcr of a Sunday school class where he sold the wheat at the mar- ket price, to the Ellison O-lilllng Co. The m.ir.ager of thc mill asked, him bow much ho wouM like- on tbe ship-1 merit. Armstrong replying that would be snfflclcnl. Tho cheque irilten ou% but jnst aa It was being hai'.rled to him, Sergeant Coleridge appeared on the scene, and Arm- strong under EergcanL Coleridge merely had sus- picions that Armstrong's transactions were not legitimate. He knew some- thing about tho market price of. wheat and having heard tb.it Armstrong had Kidneys Keep Bladder Weak TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS AND NEUTRALIZE IRRITATING ACIDS Kidney and Bladder weakness suits from uric acid.3ftys a noted auth- ority. .Tho .this" acid from tho blood and .pass it on. to the bladder where it often remaloi to Irritate nnd a burn- ing, scalding sensation, or setting up an Irritation, at the neck of the bind- dor, obliging you to eeefc relief two ov three limes during the night. Thc sufferer is In constant dread, tbe vnter passes aometimes-wllh a scald- Itig sensation nnd Ia very profuse; there U UifRcuHy Iu avoiding It. Bladder Treaknepp, most foixs cnii it. because thoy can't control tlon. While It is extremely annoy- ing1 find sometimes very i-sinful, is really ouo of the mo9L simple all- offered 03 cents, ho (rail. Thc formers who p She a wlrtrtw. mid well lir.on- snid to IwVc through 'the nilly suddenly ho re. flilly.. McAndrcss ia in the lar.d ot llic Army ainung tl.c crim- and beamed, business at I-Mmonlonr Alia. Mr, ar.d trjjjts. Holh Mrs. 1 M-di 'Yoi) So flow on the McAndrcss recent ly wero ara'-oKiccrs oMong..anrt now- Weenie o toreed. led a vast liuirt immediately .l to Armstrong arc not out of pocket, as they have lhe But 03 cenla a busn- el crpntcd a Btir throughout liur- dett tKstrict, nnd some farmers went out and bought nil Iho wheat they could find at the'market price, Intend In? lo sell to this optfmlstJc and l maho abo'.it 30 cents a bush- cl on Iho transaction. They arc the only or.es that got bumped. Tf Sergeant Coleridge had not Itnown tho price- of wheat, lhe EHIson people men la to overcome. Get ahoul four ounces ot Jad Salts from your pharm- acist and take a I able spoonful la a gin of walor before brcahfaal, con- Itmie this for two or tbree days. This will neutralize the acids fn. the urine so it no longer is a source of Irrila- lion to tho bladder and urinary or- gans then act normally again. Jnd Sails la inexpensive, harmless, anrl Is ma'le from the actri of grapes anil lemon jiilce combined with lithia and Is used by thousands of folk! wJio arc subject to urinary caused by ur'c acid .JrrlUllon. Jau Salts is splendid for Xldneys and causes no bad effects whaltver. Here you have a efferves- cent lithta-water drink, which qukkijr fVr by j. D. Hlginbothara ft Co. Ltd. ;