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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta rnCE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor : 11.25 a Day Hotel In Albarta ] f WHEN IN LITHlRIOttt The Dallas Hotel It Iht Beat and Most OanvMi* l#nt Is Stay The Best Bread is made with Pride of Alberta - or -Mother's Favorite Flour Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Linuted LETHBRIDGE-ALBERTA. Canadian Apples, Jonathans, Northern Spies and Snows A? lino ;i lot ot 11. C. Ai'plo.s of tlio above vaiU-ticH as wo luivo ever seen. All good color, uiedium siio, all wrapped aud-wcU ninturod. JONATHANS-We Imvi> only aboiil S.". how.-; of tlicso ami as wo got them pxcoptlonally clieap wo will .'��(-11 lluMii aoi'ordii'.gly. WiiUe l!u>v last, price por case ....................................$1.50 NORTHERN SPIES- SNOWS- Price per c.ise ..............$1.65 and $1.''' Price per case ........................$1.76 NEW LAID EGGS-All guaranteed. Another- lot just in. Price per doxen ...............45c PhS 71 THE GOOD CO. 1^',,, Phone 1271 highclass groceries ^25 WEATHER Max, Min 53 3S r.4 .02 tv l!S S4 80 61 44 oti 40 .02 US .40 50 43 .15 Letlibridge, clesr .. I Ediuonton, cloudy . Calsary, clear. . . . I MtHlicine Mat. fair ; Batfleford, clear... Resiiia, clear ..... Winnipeg:, fair. . .. i Port Arthur, fair. . i Nelson......... I The Heather throughout the west j has been generally fair and mild, with ; a few local showers. ! Forecast Western Provinces-Westerly winds, : fair and mild. iCITY AND DISTRICT Cabbage i Onions .. i Turnips . I ileots .... '� Carrots Winnipcc, Xov. S. - closing prjcrs the gr t, iiav were ' \'hV.it- ^i..v............................ P.-............................ J;av ........................... u'ats- Xuv............................ Ijcc............................ >iay .....,.................... Kiax- Xov............................ ........................... ?ilav ........................... � WI.NXlI'Ka CASH Wheat- Ko. 1 .X'or................... Ko, 2 Nor................... No. 3 Ncr................... No. 4 ........................... No. 5 ........................... No. C ........................... Ferd ............................ Orcning and .lin exchanges Open Close 1.17, 1.18 1.17-;. I.IS 1.23S 1.23i .17 r.s' i.iii 1.1 U' \:n\ \ 1.1,VI l.liSi i.is 1.09^^ ;.i.4j i.oo; 'Jli WAR BUILE Cairo, Egypt, via London, Nov. 3, 1.55 p.m.-All Egypt from today is placed under martial law. Major-Gen-eral Sir John Grenfell Maxwell, commanding the forc;s in Egypt, has published a proclamation to the effect that the British government has ordered him to take charge of the military control of Egypt, and to secure pro-:ection. Ui Wants the Job Again l.S,")' Mayor Brawn of Medicine Hat has IJ ' announced that he will seek re-elec-.02 i tion. .02! - Pioneer Dead John AVoo'if, a pioneer ot the Cran-brook district, died at Fort Steele. Oats- No. 2 C. W.............. No. 3 ('. W. ................ Kxtra No. 1 Fc5d ....... S3i No. 1 }-c2d ................... ,13i No. 2 Feed ................... 52 Harlev- No. 3;.......................... (i9 No. 4'........................... (;4 Jiejectecl .................... �JO Feed ........................... Tjlli Flax- No. 1 N. W. C........... 1.15 No. 3 C. W................. 1.12 Wa,shington, D.C., Nov. 3.-The Japanese Embassy here was notified late today by the State Department that the German cruiser Geier, which has been at Honolulu for more than two weeks, making repairs, would be given until a csrtain date, not announced, either to leave the port or to be interned during the war. Mrs. J. F. Armstrong Dead Sirs. J. F. Armstrong, a former well-known Cranbrook resident, died at Victoria, B.C. Mrs. M. A. Beale of Cranbrook is a daughter. Cardston Pioneer Dead .Tos. Wight, one of the pioneers of Cardston. is dead at the age of 70 years, lie came to Cardston in 1S97, and built the first sawmill there. A Nice Return From a three-pound sample of Gold Coin potatoes, M. C. McKenzie ot Kipp harvested loo pounds of potatoes. Personal Greeting Cards Xnias is not \ ery far away aiul it is now liiuh time you made your solottin ol' Private Xnia.s Cards. We have an exceptionally fine line of samples this seas6n and prices that are extremely reasonable. Your name and address and choice of Greetings without extra charge. The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited ThM Av*i CITY AND DISTRICT Just One Jag One drunk appeared before the magistrate this morning, and was assessed the usual fine of a dollar and costs. Banker Moved R. J. Forbes, who has been with the Canadian Bank of Commerce at Claresholm for the last year, has been moved to Medicine Wat. Has 300 Acres Winter Wheat L. H. Jelliff, the well-known Raley farmer, was In the city yesterday. Mr. Jelliff has just finished seeding 300 acres of winter wheat, and believes the prospects are above the average. More Mounties Arrive Thirteen men for service in K division of the R. N. W. M. P. arrived at headquarters this morning from Re-gina. LOCAL MARKETS GRAIN ^'o. 1 Nor. ... 1.01 No. 1 lied ... l.Ol No. 3 Nor. ... 98 No. 2 Red ... 98 Ko. 3 -Nor. ... 93 No. 3 Red ... 93 No. 4 Nor. ... 88 No. 4 Red ... 88 Oats-No. 2 C. W...................... l,j LIVE STOCK BEEF-Steers (live), U ; cows, 5 ; fceifers, 5) ; veal, Ih. MUTTON-Ewes, 3 ; wethers, 5i. Hogs-5 (live), dressed 7 tio 9. " Poultry-Fowl.s, 10, (Jive), springs, 12. , IIAV n-imothv............................... -.i;i3.00 Tiniothv and alfalfa ............... 12.00 Alfalfa �-................................ 10.50 Blue-joint ............................ 12.00 VEGETABLES 3'otaiocs-Local per cwt....... $1.40 B. C..................................... l.To This Reservist Didn't Report Now in Jail Fernie. B.C., Xov. 2.- (Special.) - The local authorities are keeping a verj' close watcli upon aliens, especially reservists of Austria and Germany. .lohii Nitliljk, an Austrian, who had been enrolled as a reservist, failed to report, as retiuired by the regulations provided in such cases and now he languishes in the Fernie jail, having i been arre.= ted for his failure to ob-' serve the conditions of his parole. He will probably be sent to Vernon to ruminate over the evils of warfare, I and to view the beautiful scenery of � the Okanagan, toned to a decided British coloring by the numerous Britons that have chosqn that particular part of Canada as a place in whicli to propagate English uotlans of civilization. TRANSFER OF MILITARY OFFICER London, Ont., Xov. 2.-Major Tool-ey. paymaster of the first military division, with headcu^arters here for the past four years, and formerly of Ottawa, has been transferred to Victoria. Meeting Is Tonight It was announced in error in yesterday's Herald that there would be, a meeting of the congregation of the church ot Jesus Christ .of I..atter Day Saints lasj, night in the new building. The meeting is to be held tonight. Patriarch Smith and Apostle C'lawson addressed a meeting in Taher last night, and will be present and speak at tonight's meeting here. Former Lethbrldge Boy Dead The sad news was received last night from Vancouver by .Mrs. Jas. \V. Boulton that her nephew, Lewis Stevens, aged 21 years, had died in the hospital at Prince Rupert, B.C. Lewis had answered the call of his country and enlisted in the Irish Fusiliers, and was stationed with his regiment at Prince Rupert. In letters received here from him he often said how eager he was to go to the front. It was not to be his privilege to die on the battlefield. He was a former Lethbridge boy, having lived here for fi or 7 years, moving to Vancouver 'with his parents. .Mr. and .Mrs. John S. Stevens, about five years ago. ELY'S CREAM BALM OPENS CLOGGED NOSTRILS AND HEAD-CATARRH GOES Instantly Clears Air Passages; You Breathe Freely, Nasty Discharge Stops, Head Colds and Dull Headache Vanish. Get, a small bottle anyway, just to try it--Aiiply a little in the nostrils and instantly your closgf-d nose and stopped-up air passaKo.s ot the head 'Will open; you v.-i'i "iiriathe freely; dullnes.'; and !ieada';he di;iappear. By morning', the catarrh, Tr. E'iton says that the farmers in the Raymond district show a spirit of great encotir-agnment, and that they are going to farm next year on a bigger and better scale than ever. Make the Invalid more Comfortable Medicine is not the only requisite when sickness comes. There are other things very ue-cessarj-, and these we carry in our sundry department. Have things more convenient, get these comfort necessities. Air Cushions Absorbent Feeders Cotton Bed Pans Hot Water Drinking Bags Tubes Fountain Rubber Syringes Sheeting Thermometers Plasters Sponges, etc. We carry Rubber Sheeting-6 Single and Double Faced in various widths-in one yard jiack-ages. .Mail orders a specialty. Each of our sundries is j-uar-antec4 to satisfy physician, nurse and patient. ALUEOTAS l�l(>SEr.RDRllG(iISTS J.D.HlGINBOTHAM cCO. L I I r L o WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUCCIST5 FRENCH PAYS VISIT TO DYING SOLDIER Ban4(er Going to Front Claresholm Advertiser: Monty Complin, who used to be with the Canadian Bank at Comi.ierce at Claresholm and is now manager at Bawlf is visiting with Mr. D. A. McKinnon of Meadow CreeU. Mr. Complin expects to join the soldiers here. Go to New Post Office The department of Inland Revenue and Weights and Measures has been ordered removed from the Hull block to the new Post Office building. The Inland Revenue will be located on the third floor and the Weights and Measures department on the ground floor. Firemen Did Quick Work Fire broke out this afternoon in the rear of J. T. Petts' shoe stove on 3rd avenue, and for a few minutes it looked as though the fire fighters would have their hands full in contro'lllug the blaze, which started from an overheated furnace. With the high winds prevailing, the fire was a particularly dangeroue one but the men coped with it successfully before it had gained any great amount of headway. No damage was done to the stock in Mr. Petts' store nor to that in J. S. Rose's furnishinp establishment. The blaze was couilned to the basement, and very little damage was done. The members of both stations were on the job within a very few minutes of the time the alarm was sent in. Mother Dead: Father and Son Quarantined On Friday last occurred the death of -Mrs. Eleanor Williamson at the age of 70 years. Several weeks ago, while Mrs. Williamson was on her way to I-�thbridge for treatment in the hospital, she. met with an accident in the automobile in which she was travelling, sustaining three fractured ribs. Mr. Williamson, since coming to the city, has been quarantined here for small pox, and he was unable to see his dyitig wife. C. H. Williamson of High River, a son, came to the city upon hearing of the death of his mother, and is now in quarantine with his father, where he will remain tintil his father is completely recovered. The body of the deceased Is being held in Hurst's parlors until 'the father or son is able to accompany it to Victor, ^^o^t.. the home of the deceased, tor burial. GERMAN OWED TRUST A Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 2.-Scores lof shareholders of the Dominion Trust company thronged the ottices of that defunct institution this afternoon to attend a meeting at which statements hy the aiiditor wiho has lately been examining the books, was presented. There are assets nominally of five million dollars, but practically nothing in liquid form. There is a good deal of real estate a�d first and st^c-ond mortgages. The meeting passed a motion to move at ont^e tor voluntary liquidation, which it was alleged wotild avoid a forced sale of the assets, in which case there might be nothing at all left for the shareholders. The liabilities are two millions. Including $800,000 to depositors. The auditor's examination, the re- port of which was presented todayji vvas proceeding at the time of th^'^ ^^'^^ all will endeavor l,^^^':^/''* above datee open, and Of studvi^l^'ir "I opportuulty more do^efy.^'" F.TISINESS LOCALS REME.MBER, you need Storm Sash, Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks for your fire place. Phone 362 and we will deliver Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. 134 Itith St. N. 264-0 Misfortune Into Profit Southern Albertans have a reputation all over the Dominion for their capacity to turn ajiparent misfortune into profit. Tlie following dispatch from Winnipeg tells a story that bears out the right to this distinction: Feeding sheep on hailed out fields is the novel plan by which Frank Colpman of Lethbridge, Alta., has been able to make misfortune result in profit. Colpman is one of the oldest and most prosperous stockmen in the west, and his friends ascribe much of his success to his originality and resource. I When he learned eai'iy this summer that considerable areas in southern Saskatchewan had been devastated by hail he bought some of the damaged fields. Then he drove a big flock of sheep across country to the improvised pasture lands and fattened them thereon. He has found in Winnipeg a ready market for the sheep at a satisfactory price. HOW TO CURE STOMACH TROUBLES Excessive acid in the stomach, or iiyperacidity, as it is called, is primarily responsible tor nearly all cases of IndigeBiion, dyspepsia, gastritis, and flatulence, and quite frequently leads to .';t(jrnacli ulcers. The successful treatment for' prevention as well as cure of such cases depends entire-l.v on neutralizing tbe excess acid, stopping the food fermentation, and healing the inflamed mucou.� membrane that lines the stomach. For this purpose specialists are now advising the use of pure bisurated magnesia, which has recently been found to be unequalled in the treatment of even the severest cases. A teaspoon-ful in a little water immediately after eating stops all pain almost instantly, neutralizes the acid, and soothes the inflamed stomach and if regularly used will quickly remove the cause of the trouble aad effect complete relief. FRASER TIMS DEAD A Portable Typewriter Remington Junior Edmonton, Alta., Nov. 2.-The Northwest lost one of its old-timers by the death on Sunday of F. B'raser Tims He was a native of Berlin, Ont., and , aa came west in the enriy 'SO's. He had | ^ been a resident heri' since 1887. Haiff sat in the old territorial legislature from 1892 to 18!ii5. As durable .-is the sliiiulard lloiaiij,j^lon. Weight less than half the standard model. For the traveler and for the home. Authors, clercryHieii, |)h,ysiciaiis, students and others Avanting a eonipaet, small, rell-ahle typewriter, will welcome this machine as solving' for them the typewriter problem. Price, with dust-proof cover '$(30.00 With leather traveling case 70.00 Other Kemington models 122.50 up AVrite for Catalogue. Ileinington Ty])ewriter Comjiaiiy Limited. 110 Sixth Avenue West, Calgary, Alta. ? > DE WET WANTS TO ? SURRENDER London, .Nov. 2.-The backbone ot the rebellion in South Africa seems to be broken. Col. Maritz's commando In the northern Cape province has been completely defeated. Several of the raiders and most of their men iiave been captured. General Beyers is in flight, and Genera! De Wet has opened negotiations for surrender, it is said. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up ............. ,^7,000,000 Keserve Fund ............... 7,000,000 Total Assets Over............, 82,000,000 Head Office-Toronto D. R. WILKIE, President Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of $1.00 aud upwards received �nd Interest allowed from date of deposit. UETHtRipCe RANCH................W, R. SEATLE, Mana||cf -I 1 ' ;