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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta unlay, November 1, 1913 LRTHKKIDGE DAILY HEKALD Pagfc a JNLo.l. Royal Reserve Whisky -may properly share the title No; 1." It is essentially a Canadian Product; its "No. 1" qualities are due to. the fact .that it is aged for eight years in oak barrels before bottling. Royal Reserve Has the maturity of a field of ripe wheat and the purity of the prairie air. BBMAKD THE BRAND Row, RESERVE The "No. 1" Canadian Whisky ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA (aiser's Son-in-Law Will Take Over the Sovereignity on Tuesday Nexl n Affidavit 'Jells of Oil Field [Continued from front that oonalderable oft Id ooze out of the saturated IJciJB, so he made-a wooden pump which he pumped out gallon af- gallon and carried it out in tin ilrapped to the back of a_ cay-use he would sell to the farmers iubricatlng purposes. Ho actually idney Stones Dissolved 3ar.ol Manufacturing Co. IJd., llnnlpeKf Man. Sin: B Men sovetil testimonials in jpaixr of people.who suffered with f litfntxa atsd cured vtlb lOL, 10 I tiifik It is a duly I owe buttle to Ut them know also my I for a long time l In Kldnpya, and have b', Itke everybody "tried slnf known to Slcloners, eiccpt radical An opcratton, uo I was for two In untold d to get RCToral InjcolEons of Jihlno to relieve the pafn, when lid frlwd of wine. Mr. McColl, d on mo and Induced rap to try OU second day I Imti laken :._.d a llttlo relttf; the third1 'day fchle to alt up In end vrhen McCoU called, me up on tto e tbe fourth dajr I was able to -.OTrn stairs and talk to Mm and ilm what a wonderful cure SAN- A weoV from the first day t it 1 was bacfc In my office do- illness, but continued taking H ttreo weeks after until I passed MHflejr stone, which stone I al- keop to show anyone -who iJerina like VM wh :ft use IhiB Icttor for pulllca- ,ind Bond to everyone In 'a, as everybody should and !roow about a cure Tvhlch you J, rofor them to me for fur- Information, As I coi.hl ay, and then would not have. told I thfnV about :-annot, on pftper, wish 'you the ?ia T'wUn, Yourn sincerely, Thos Jobln, de Jobln, Marrtn Co., Ltd., Mnrkcl Street CUy. e above Tetter peak's for Itself SANOL can In rU (solving oy Gal] Stones, Oravel. rliig any allmcnl of Ihc s IJ.50. Tho Frank Drug Co. IxithbHilEc.'Alta. -turn free from The SAXO1, liPACT Street. CO. LTD., Maa. made his living for fcy selling this oil at rpr Gallon. 3. There nre some eighteen spring In sight in tLls vicinity, the most cx- tenslrc of the lot Is on the Plncher Greek'Oil Company's property, in fact as large as all the rest combined. Im- Kirkham who have hcen cn- in the crcckcty business in the NEW OFFICIAL AS- SUMES HAD CREDITABLE CAREER Brunswick. Germany, N'ov, goverumenl of tiie Ujciiy of llruns- wick, has been a retgn- ng diike since 1S84. was assumed to- day by the young Prince Krncst Aug- ust of Cumberland. Tfce I'rlncc inar- rhO Princess Victoria I-ouIsp, only daughter of the German on May 2i. Tbe differences Uie two princely, families ol Ilobenzollern ajid Guelri havc.thue been settled, for new a declaration issued to- day prbtiounc'ed unswerving loyally to the Gcuuan EiupJre and to the o[ Gcrruiany. He thus implicitly, though not Jy renounced his pretensions to the throne ol the-Kingdom of. Hanover, annexed to Prussia in it allied with Austria against Prussia. Prince Ernest August's falher, the Duke of Cumberland, rightful heir to the Klngdo'm of Hanover, as '.veil as lo the dukedom of Brunswick, has stead- fastly refused to renounce bis claims to the succession of Hanover, and has, therefore, not been permitted to reign as Duke of Brunswick. He has always lived in exile in Austria. Since 1SS4, the Duchy of Bruiiswick has been under a regency, first of Prince Albert of. Prussia, and iten of Duke Johann Albrecht of Meckenburg- EehwcrlD, whoso office lapses with the accession to the throne of the new Duke" The complete formal transfer of .sovereignty, with tbe state entry of the young Duke and Duchess will take ce on November 4. John Kkelton, for the past year in- spector ol the Lethbtidge puli-je assumed (Le position of chief coas- iable succtej Wto, It. Dav- is, resigned. C'dief Skcltoa takes this with an enviable record behind him, which steins to assure his success. He was born in Kugland, ar.d In 1838 left tojc where he went through tl.e Soudan war with General Kitchener, receiving Queen Victoria's mnJal, aacl a medal presented by the Khedue ol Kaypt. He also weut through the speudios three years iti South Africa the Grenadier CJuards, reci'hbi; the uncials se.'Jted ihe Kin.; and for Jus service there. At tLe close or Door war h? cari-.f tt> Canada, wbrrc io U03 ILD joincij the Turoato jiolice iorff, for eight yrars served as a ton- wider ex-Chief Davis. was tUn isispector of division j. D-jring tLis time he distinguished liimsell oil j several occasions by his bravery and honor. He was c'nosen o! three from the Toronto force to protect H. U II. the DuVc of spe- cial car during his visit in 1311, aad was one of constables to re-1 ttc merit mark (ur tbe savin: t of life. j He has teen popular with all who I.noun him. and since coining to Lcthbridge has marte many friends IJeing a close associate ol the retir-' ng thirl for many years, he is in a I wisition to carry on It. Davis1 I MONUMENTS If you are consMc-ring the purchas- ing ot a rjoaument, gey us before you decide. Most stock, best de- signs and best Lelhbridgc Monumental Works. 8th SI. South. R. Ncecis, Manager. policy in conaection with the I.eth- lorte, which lias so satisfactory to the citizecs. Dyspeptics Warned By German Physician Prof. Rltgel, World-Famous Author- ity on Stomach Diseases, Points Out Lurking Danger Kranz Hlegel, Protestor of Clinica .Medicine in the University of Gies pronounced the world's greatest authority on diseases of (he stomach, makes the positive statement that pepsin must not he used in treating acidity of the elomacli. .Millions at tcople arc taking all sorts of dyspep- Fla tablets because they contain pep- Ein which affords aKsht lejnporary re- lief. But every dose contributes lo serious harm in time. What Is need- ed is something to neutralize tho ex- cess acid. The best thing for that ipurpote is ordinary druggist's tiisur- ated magnesia. You can get it at any drug store for a fc-w cents. Tabe half leaspoonful In a quarter glass of water after each meal. You will get immediate and complete relief with no danger or lad after effects. Authorities agree that acidity is the cause of nearly every form of stem ach disorder, and If not checked it is likely to lead to stomach ulcers and cancer. advt. Edinburgh, Scotland, Nov. mier Asquith was-attaclieJ today by militant suliragettcs armed with dog whips.. He was driring an automor hileT accompanied by liis daughter, Violet Asquith.-ani Sir Jclm Gra- haiif.-a Scottish justice of the peace- The victims oi the outrage were more frightened than hurt. mediiWj-across tho range, and'a'bout K'irkliam block, 3rd. Ave., S., fur the r ol.ycars.-te decided to ssepnges on Sage Creek. Flathead country, British Columbia, ii-here there arc forty-two seepages, hut this oil differs In qualitr: and character from that found on Plnctior Creek property, being of far less value. 4. Mr, John Drader drilled a Tvell near Mr.-Aldridi's cabin, about ATTACK FREIGHT RATES Washington, D.C., rates on stereotype plants for news- papers were attacked today before the interstate Commerce Commission, by the Western Newspaper Union of Chi- brandies in many import- ant cities. The present rates are al scH out and engage in some form pf. jobbing. They expect to vacate their store by Dec. 1, after which date it Icaed to Ije excessive and will be occupied by McKcKie and Me-, able." Guire, one of the pioneer rlothingj-__; houses in Lethbridge. McKelvic and' McOuirc are forced to vacate their lie Big anil I Present premises owing to, the intcn- Uicre one day when a ;tion of H- k. Stc-.cas, proprietor" of Is truly- a great oil field, remove. G. This worth fnllllons. 1 have thrown In my mite and do not consider that there is a richer proposition on earth today than the coal oil enterprise now he- Ing condiicle'd by theilocai citizens of this district Sworn before- me at. Plncher Creek In the. province of Alberla this -t first day of IflW. (Signed) JOHN OKORGE nnOWN. "Kootcn.iie." THOMSON', CommlMioncr nnd Notary Public. Washington, N'ov. tc- porls Imvc been received licrc of al- leged outrages' im Bolivian natives In 'the rubber country almost- p.iralM-. ing (hr. Putuinayo atrocities In Peru. Following the precedent set in the I'utumayo case, officials here expect Orrat Jlritnln will call on the Unit- ed Slates to investigate and In ttiat case the facts will v.o cvaniined by cunsuhr officers and n report, mane to London. r been prepared. yards'from "Tl rappenod to man rushes from the drilling rig and ,the CoaHaie <0 snouted, Qod boys, come and "Ho-dale hotrl on the properly the lie." The well was then flowing sl'rinS- 1'lans.for the hotel have at the rule of SCO barrels lrT-24 Iwurs. This gusher continued intermittently for a week, -when it stilled down to pumping an average of nJne barrels per day working. Not being satisfied with this production, It was decided to drill deeper with the COJKS of striking a bigger .well. In the meantime some spiteful individual plugged this well wltb blacksmith's tools, governor balls and scrap Iron, etc., which have been impossible to u-.c Superfluous Hair ;s, WARTS, c Removed MOLES, WARTS, CORNS With the Electric Needle Hull Block Holmes Phone 1710 REAL WINTER IN HURON Clinton, Onl., Oct. a foot of mow failen hern sinco last! night and it la sllll snowing, In aid of tlie the Late CornrHus Russell, to be held on JN THE S. 0, E. a.15 p.m. IS ADDITION TO TUB FAMOUS (Conductor T.. the following well-kr.own ladles and gentlemen have consented to assist: Miss C1S3IE SIMM, Mlsi p. YOUNO, Mr. H. COOPER, Mr. G. FLEMING, Mr. F. WADDINQTON.'.nl'r. L. ASQUITH, Mr. J. T. PETTS and Mr. 0. H. ELTON, LL.B, FRANK WADDINGTON Soloclions from Grand Opera on th'e Celebrated VlcUola kindly loaned Mnson and RESERVED SEATS 75o and 60c. Seals can now be booked M'oson ADMISSION 25e. Rtach Piano Store CHRISTMAS Excursion Fares From the West" in Connection with tht ROYAL LINE TEckets on Safe Nov. 7 lo Dec. 31 1913 Return Lfmit Five Months Good going on ROYAL GEORGE From Montreal, Saturday N'ov. 15 Specfa] Train Without Change From Winnipeg, N'ov. 12. ROYAL EDWARD From.Halifax, Wednesday Dec. 3 Specfal Train Without Change From Winnipeg, Nov. 23. ROYAL GEORGE From Halifax Tuesday, Dec. 16. Berth reservations and full In- format'on from any Raii ur Steamship Agent, or write or phone A. If. DAVIS, Genera! Agent, 583 Main St., Winnipeg. Canadian Pacific Railway Uepot.TEcket Office, Uthbrldg: REPRKSKNTIXO: Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamers Allan Lint, Royal Mall Steamers Star, Red Star, America Lfnt; Leland Line. Cunnrd Donjfrjson Line Anchor Line Frtrch Line Scandinavian American Russian American Holland-America Line Line German Lloyd Line S. S, Co. Societa Dl Navlrjazienc A -Vapore Navlgczlcne Qentrafc ItJllan.i And all ctiitr Trani-Atlanllc Steamship lines, Special Cbrislmas Hates, Sall- Ings of any IJnps maifctl Jy upon npplfcatipil. reports of slilps near- porla received dally. .Intor- msilon given. REDUCED -RAIL RATES IN CONNECTION. WITH ALL TICKETS SOLD BY Call Telephone or Addren MITCHELL C. P. R. TICKET AGENT lETHBRIDCE. MURDER TRIAL STARTS Edmonton, N'ov. trial commenced this morcing before liis Honor Sir. Justice Simeons a Jury the Supreme Court, of Oscar Foaberj, charged with the ullfuj mur- der of DetectlTe Conwral liallcy. R.N.W.M.P., al GraEBy Uke, Ross Creek, near Tofield on April '3 Winter Gas Service With n year's experience in supplying Natural Gns, can give consumers much greater effic- iency with its use during last winter. It really requires little experience to use Natur- al Cms, although it is a universal rule that con- sumers learn to heat with less consumption as tlicy grow more; accustomed to its use. The Natural Gas Co. Ltd. AGENTS WANTED Reliable real estate agent in every town and village in the west I handle only first money-making properties and will furnish test of bank aeil commercial agency references. Can furniEh. names of over four hundred'satisfied clients who have'made substantial profits froai investments in properties I sell to them. My r.scnta also make good moneyl Write ted ay. for particulars and secure the aeency for your territory'. Financial Agent ROBERT A. GRANT 1001-1002 McArthur Building, Winnipeg Man. Eastern VIA THE Excursions December 1st to 31st Return Li mi I 3 Months Stopovers oast of Fort William Trains vo Letlibvklgc at 23.50 daily and 15.30 except Sunday Canadian Pacific Railway First class round trip fares from to TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR........................ MONTREAI OTTAWA, BELLE- KINGSTON....... ST. JOHN, MONCTON........-----J82.20 Cprrcsponding farea from other and to all stations In ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES For booklet ot information and full par- ticulars, apply to any agent of the Canad- ian Pacific Railway. UNITED STATES EXCURSIONS First CSass Round Trip fares from LethbrTdge to MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL CHiCAQO.................... W1.40 KANSAS CITY Corresponding fares to in ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, WISCONSIN Osccmber f to 3f. Return limit Three Months. S. B. Mitchell, Agent, Phone 512 PRAYING 01 All Kinds; Western Transfer Co. Limited p, R. PHONES I Otfci 1163' Otfic. .1 I I 1MI NUT COAL Lump, alto Mine Run, Ton or Car Load NEW BAMS MINE PHONE 14FI C, 0. a ;