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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 0, THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD 1'agc 7 Authorized Capital 'Q i'TH O L, 1LJ. Sold in Shares of Each THE MEN BEHIND Elias Adams, President Geo. A. Delany, Managing Director H. S. MacKay, Secretary Treasurer Raymond Knight, 1 st Vice President G. B. P. Delany, 2nd Vice President W. S. Fairfield, 3rd Vice President William Hyssop, Director J. W. Bartlett, Director J. T. Heninger, Director With such men at the neliri YOUR interests as a shareholder are fully protected. Buy stock now and share .the profits of the concern from its beginning MITFORD Exclusive Sales Agents for :Delany's Limited Mai! This Today MITFORD 4 COMPANY: LETHBRiDGE, ALTA. Please mail, without obligation, to me prospectus of DELANY'S LIMITED. Name Address and relatives, extract- 'from his last letter to Ms wife Is: Russian Officer Tells of ihe Act- ivities of Uncle Sara's Sons, in the Far North St. Petersburg, Nov. uMqui- tous American trader appears to havo discovered a part, at least, of Nor- tJiern Siberia and to have made It his own. So strong.a hold In fact has he secured'uron natives of that little known part of.the world that while the American silver dollar Is (nlien avidity In trade, the Kusstan trader who offers Russian roubles for Uie same amount of goods Is look ed upon with suspicion, i Lieutenant Avbes'.ev, of Ihe Russian navy, vho "was a member of the Rus- sian expedition which upon Its arrival at St. Michael. Alaska, a fe.r weeks ago, reported having found a large tody of land forming the counterpart of Nova Zeralya, and enclosing the Kara Sea, in-a-book on the work of Hie cxpedition-In-1512, just published vaiea liumovous the American traders met'With" during Uie voyage 1 Whcre-ver.'naUv'ea congregated, he rays, there Btppd. the telltalelng lo_ cabin, whence silver dollars; Amcri Fall And Winter Excursion: Berthing Lists. Now Open Attractive Sailings by Various Route GOMIDH11 MONTREAU' QUEBEC, LIVERPOO MEGANTIC Nov. TEUTONIC............... Nov. 1 LAURENTIC............... Nov.: CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From Portland Hallfa Nov.'S MEGANTIC...... Dec, 6 Dec. TEUTONIC 13 Dec. 1 White Star Line" Nov. Cedric, Dec. 4, Dec, Celtic New York, Southampton, Plymout tons, it Ion Nov. 10 and Dec. 13. MAJESTIC NOV. 2fi. OCEANIC, Dec. New York, Dec. 12 Boston, Liverpo Nor IS fttirt Dec. 15 Arabic I lie Laurentic and Megar.tlc arc Ih largest steamers In llic Canadia Trade and embody all the comfor and luxuries of up-lo-dalc travel. The Teutonic, Canada and Arabic a termed One-Class Calth Ships i which passengers have thfi Lest a commodatlona at Second Clis Comfort and economy coff bined. For rates. Other Sailings, lltustrat Booklets, clc., to nearest ra way or steamship agent or wril W. H. McLEOD, Canadian Wester, pastangcr Agent 333 Main St, Winnipeg LOCAL AGENTS S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT Ask aboul our Nine Crntses to Pa irr.a C'nnat and West Indies or Meilit- irrantan Cruises' to the Htviera, Italy snO rifles and. canned goods .were led out Jo. return for. Uie precious rs In which th'e land abounds. The !er of "two roubles Instead of or.e .ver dollar was in many cases treat- argces-lhat U about lime the Russians took more terest in their own lands and Jle records a .visit paid to tho nlmyr and Waigatch, the two steam of the expedition, when uafcin at the end of AuguMr 1912, hj unguz, a chief tain-styled, Irich means Leaver, who proudly dis ayed a medal "conferred upou hhi y the President of the United States succoring tic survivors pE the eanctte Arctic expedition. The Influence.of. the alien traders ays ihe docs not seem have been physically It armful t natives but-quite contrary so fa s the appearance of the- younger gen ration Js concerned. They have owever, bD2n unable to alter-the In escribahly fillhyhablts of {h'e Sttjer-] an redskins, The new land by aptflln Wllkitzky, the commander of be expedition .which St lichael, Is the result of Itio endeavors if the fiussf an to render :o mmerc tally prac't I cable the Norih- irn Sea route to the Far _East Tho Captain Is, a sori'ot.Genernl .Wllkitzky died in Kebniary last, and who as chief of the Hydrographic Service signed tho'In si ructions for the survey of the Northern Siberian coast or which the present expedition was organized. The Taimyr and Waigatch are ice- breakers specially built lo perform the northern voyage from Vtadiavos- tock lo SI. Petersburg', and are equip- ped "willi wireless installation's. Every year since 1910'a scct.6irof.thc coast has been surveyed, and an attempt was made to reach European waters PAIN IN MY BACK IS_ALL GONE Since I Got a BOKO! Gin Pills; CAPT, SOOIT CHURCH ST., CORNWALL'S, N.S. Jimtaiy zjrd, "About a year ago, 1 was suffering so much Trlth a dreadful Lame Back and Uips, that I could not stand upsttaieht. 1 was informed 07 friend about-Glft PILLS. I got a box. It irnciediatcly. 1 have taken abo-.it twelve boxes and the paios ju iuy back and hips arc all gone.' 1 cannot speak too highly o f the wonderful effects of your GIN R. C, DAVID. Liniments and plasters won't cure Lame Back be- ciuse they never reach, the part that Ueausingtlie paiu. The 'whole iroiib'e is with the Kidneys and you must cure tbe Kidneys in order, to" slop the paia. GIX FILLS cure vreat, sick, strained Kidneys as uothin g else will. GIN PILLS drive asray tlie pain eveiy your money 'rote: "We be near the end. If I die, it be natural. We shall march far the depot with or with- out our effects, and die in our tracki." A perusal of the diaries leaves no doubt that.th? discovery of Captain Amundsen's triumpm 'depressed the antire party to such an extent that It must be reckoned as part of the cause of the disaster.' A typical entry "The Norwegians forestalled UP. Jt is a terrible disappointment I am very sorry for my'loyal companions, i We miiat hasten home at all speed we can compass. Day dreams must! go. we musl turn our backs now on the goal of our ambition, and must :'Iace our eight hundred mites of solid dragging- and a struggle. I wonder.If we can do In addition to his diary, when dying. Captain Scott wrote letters to friends ak t our bpy.. lijteresi_ejd in natural history, if It is better than In the opt.n Above all you must guard hi magainst indolence. Make him a man. The.. great God hat called me.. Take comfort In that I'dfe In peace with world and myttlf .and azr. not afraid.? ivtthout wintering. Last year the ei- pedlllon was unable to reach .Cape Teheliuskin. The leader, General Ser- geieft, who was subsequently invaHU- d, declined to proceed northVard and turned back to Vladiavostock. t According to the opinion pf'thfe-hy- drosrophers Captnln WilUUzky decid- ed at any cost to come westward, even if he had to winter in tho Kara..Sea. In these circumstances lie boldly moved northward and matle trie Im- portant discovery of the land, which he has reported ju "a laconic message to the Admiralty.. After re- counting that he put into St. Michael for coal-and because of alight damage Wlmi y CbtMC tbc AllMHc ILV RELIABLE CUNARD LINE ploneef Hnc of'AUinlte Sttin Mvplng. Rtccnlfy, Iwo paUHal new steanerfl hare been lo the CurunJ Scmre, antl "Alaunla'Y cVrrylnsror.e taWrt (II) eUM. Khcse ships afford txcry lUjarYind comfort lor Ihe iccgmmodAHoa of They BIC fiiccil wuh ._. _ .nft sjgnjiijng. elc; jn -cverj device for Ihe safely o MAONinCENT AfTOfKTMEKTS. IxniDRt, Gj-mnarivm, and Covered IVorr.cnadcs, Epadcnn 5ltlcroomf, OrchcKra. SrtCfAL CHRISTMAS S AJUNQ DECEMlEK S) 5. 5. "AUtnk" Mrrrter (If) MM! tWrd twtf ind from VoitUnd, Boston And Agetiti.or 3 THE COWARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD, 304 M.In Slrert, WINNTTtG. received during n storm, he says, we continued our survey as far as Cape Teheliusfcio, viliere the ice proicd irh- rracticable. We tlicn weal- nor Hi, seeking a passage. We discovered' land extending over 200 niHcs as far 33 latitude 91 iiorth, Jongjtud'e 2G east Belnp unable to get througli we turn- etl back. On Bennett Island 'we'took the collections left by Daren .Toll, and In tliat neighborhood discovered a new island. Cape Teheliusktn, in Siberia, ia tlio most nortliem point ot tho-mainland of Asia. Eonnelt TsIanU is toe most northern member of tne new Siberian group, and lies about GOO miles east from Cape Tebelluskin. The Jeanetle was lost In 1S91, at a point 103 miles east of Rennclt lalanrl after drifting in a west-north-westerly direction for two years. In 1984 objects believed lo have been from the Wreck of the Jeanello Txer6 picked up on the south- west coast of H'was upon tne current which conveyed these relies that Munscn relied Jits expe- dition with the Fram dating which he acMeved his farthest north In April, 1S95. The presence of-land In theso reg- ions v-as not aHIhough the expedlt'on or N'ordenakSold; Hah sen and Toll passed through what are, now known to be comparatively narrow leaving any-record any such discovery. London, Nov. 6 S cott' JJast. Expedition" Is to be publlshei today in two volumes, i It contains Captain Scott's diary, writ-1 ten methodically day by day, from the! departure of in 1310: to the momenVinTvJarch, 1SI2, when, wftk Death actually In the, tent, r'tch- eci for the last lime In'the frozen Tva'aie of the G real1 Ihe' dying commander end cannot.be far. It Eeems a; pity, but 1 do not "think I can write more. -For God's safce, look after our people." Published In" facsimile, the last jines, although they ore pencilled tne band of a man.suffering physical agonies due to frozen feet, and re- sultan t commencement of mprtlfica-; tion spreading upward, and lo mental distress, and almost at the actual point of death, arc marked by; firmness and complete ab- senco of tremor. The second volume includes Dr. At- kinson's report, giving reasrms.why It 'was to. undertake the Teller of Scott, but Uie bulk of the volume is devoted "to tho scientific achievements of the: expedition. BLANCHE BATES.CREEL..... VISITED BY THE STORK New York, Nov. won- der'1 of a baby girl, weighing Ibs. was born to fhe acress, otherwise .Mrs. -George .CrceV in her country home on the old Uall- ey farM at ARCHDEACON KER DEAD TCbvl a'long per- iod of ill-hpaUh, wWch.cau.sed him to bJs charge as rector of Grace Wellington Point --St. Chaxles, the. venerable. Archdeacon Ker died at his home, S79 Wellington street. Medicine Hat, nombec of names on the voters' list in- creased lorty per cent, over last year. There is talk of the W. C. T> U- nominating a lady as candidate Tor the school board, but will not'entcr the alriermanic field, D- collector of customs, 15 the only candidate definitely in field lor school board. MURDERED NEIGHBOR; Plea of Insanity Allowed in Caie of Alfred Main, Farmer Red Deer. Alta., Nov.- Main, a farmer, near found guilty on a charge of imirtter- ing Robert ifctCBlf.-a was tried before Justice Scott- The shooting ofMetcalf "occurred on June 0, and" was admitted by'the de- fence, but the plea of insanity, was allowed. A. B. MITCHELL, PHONE M2, LCTHBR1DGE. ALTA, EMPRESS OP INDIA A HUSKY VESSEL London, NOT. attacks up- on the Emprcaa of India, which bfgan on .Monday, did not destroy that ves- sel. Four battleships pounded her with Inch guns st ati elfrfit mile range, and while they bat tor cri the hulk, IHojr did not make her and so practice bq re- sumed tomorrow, this lime with'tor The main facts of Captain Scott's absorbing narrative have already been published. What follows has been heretofore unpublished, and throws i ight oni obecuro .On Slarch II, Scbll wrote: near end, one feels. What we or he will do, God only We ditcuwed .tht matter after breakfait. He is a brave fel- low and understands, but he prae- tidily aaked for ftdvTee. Nolhlnj could be said, but to urge him to march as long as he could. "One Mtlifaciory of the 'dltcuwEon that 1 practically erdered. WHton to hind over mtani for ut to end our troublai, 'so that any one of us may know to do 10, -Wilion had no choice, but doing so without our ran lack Ing of his medical case. YOUR ATTENTION! We 1mvc EXTENSIVE LISTINGS of Im- proved nncl unimproved NORTH LETHBRIDGE PROPERTIES Amongst which some EXCEPTIONAL- LY Ci 001) BUYS, v DO NOT TAIL TO SEE US L. S-RIPLEY CO. OFFICE MACOONALD BLOCK PHONE 1034 To The Old Home Iri EhgUnd ind the Continent can bt made at the lowett cert. hew steamere. Wc'flVly sailings. Reserve ac- corainotlaliona noV- For full inforaiRtion ask any railway'or stearnsbip agent, or, LIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main St. Winnipeg, Man, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE FOR Improved, 122 acres Irrigated land, almoct 'adjoining the Ctty Llmlls, about 30 acres in alfalfa, ParC of it fenced for hogs, fair plenty of water. This form is adapted for dairying, hog raising and truck gardening, will rent fully equipped, with horsefi" and machinery, or. "without. horses and machinery. One who under- stands and can follow this class of farming, can make big money on this farm. FOR About CO head of shoata from 2 to 4 months old.. Shtuf Oats cut..fdr feed, also timothy and alfalfa hay dtlivercd In the city on short notice." Automobile in-, good condition, [or sale or exchange. I, land aud_' City property for. sale .or PHONE --H VIN VarVLd V BLOCK, CITY HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Pol idea or other valuables in one of these boxes FimTUER AFT1.T TO Lethbfidge Brandi Bryinncr, IMPORTANT, TO LAND 3EEKER3, FARMERS, SPECULATORS AND OTHERS FARM PROPERTY AT PUBLIC AUCTION On Tuesday, November .11 At Three O'clock in the afternoon at the -office of'the Auctioneer Sixth Street South, Lethbrldge .FRANK. WADDINQTQN Is favored wlih'instriicllons lo offer (or snlo by-auction and. subject to the remfirhabljr low upset price of The N. W. 4i' of Section 30, Township 0, Range 13, West of. the Fourth Meridian. Tho land ia situate 314 miles from the grow- ing town of Grassy Lafce and half way between Ixithbiidge and Medicine Hat tin the Crow's..Nest branch" of tho C. P. H.' The soil Is a rich chocolate loain, and tho cntira quarter has becn'steam' plowed and .is well fenced. -A well-built gi-anary IS x 32, 'good .shack and outbuildings are Included In the purchase. There are two school-houses, within IH miles and (wo eleva-' tors being only'SH miles awar, ft will'readily ba seen that hav- ing such easy elevitors, town, schools and railway. It presents an Altractlvd propoalllon to a farmer and Is one that, should appeal to anyone .who la deslrlous of securing an excep- tional snap In farm lands. It might further ba mentioned that land In Ibis dmrlct, Is renowned for Its consistent good crop avcrago, :ls freely prices ranging from }25 to }40 per acre. .The' purchaser' ,b'e required to ply .one-fifth In cash at the time of fo a the Imperial, Life Insurance Co., of, J1200 acd the'balance on lermj lo suit !-v Any further Information, and arrnngoments lo view made, on application to THE AUCTIONEER, 6th St., Ltthbridoe. and 419. ;