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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LETHB1MDGE DAFLY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER W 1914 Never was good advertising more necessary was it more profitable to read advertising lilt KtAilUrl rCSnUl PEOPLE TAKE "SUITS' We find the use of salts and other harsh physira is becoming less every year bccuus? inore and more people are using Rexall Or derliw, which we and they firmly believe to be the best bowel remedy ever They taste so much hfce candy that even the children like them. At the same time they act so easily and natunilly that there is no purging, griping or pain. They promptly remove the constipation and, by soothing and strengthening the bowels, make it fcss liable to occur again. We have the utmost faith in-them. V.'e know what they are of and the pleasant, beneficial result; that'always follow their use. You needn't take our for It, If Rexall Orderlies don't help the don't entirely relieve all your bowel back and tell us and we'll give back your money. In vest pocket tin boxes; IDc, 25c, 50c. You con buyRexaU Orderlies only at Tho RcxaH in tJii? onlv of J, D. HIginhctham Co., Limited. MEIGHEN WILL SPEAK .Cttfwa, Nov. Arthur Mel- shen left for Winnipeg Saturday. While la the irest he will address Conservative gatherings at Regioa, on November 17, and Edmonton and Strathcona on November 25 and -u. BIG LOSS IN REVENUE London, Nov. decision that Russia will no longer engage in th.8 sale of spirits means a loss In revenue of nearly a year. WOMEN CAN HARDLY BELIEVE How Mrs. Hurley Was Re- stored to Health by Lydia LJPmkham's Vegetable Compound. Eldon, Ua "I wu troubled with displacement, inflammation and femalo wealmets. For two years I could not on my feet long at a time and I could not walk two blocks without en- during cutting and drawing down my right rade which increatied every month. I have been at that time purpla in theface and would Macleod, Nov. of hav- ing sold a horse which ho had mort- gaged to the Canadian Bonk of Com- merce, Jauics Beil, young rtiiwwvr from tho Graham district, appeared before His Honor Judge McNelll at the District Cpurt ou Saturday aiter- iioou last. The Crown, however, failed to make out Ua'ir case nud the accused was discharged. His liberty was however of a very short duration for he "was at once re-arrested on leaving the Court House by Sergt. Piper of tbe Mounted Police oa a charge of selling a horse which was not his property. The previous week Bsll was charged with disposing of a -number of pigs ou which he had given a chattel mort- gage to the Massey-Harrls Company, hut in this case also he was acquitted. M. Campbell, K. C. appeared for the crown and W. S. Gray, (Macleod Gray) for toe defense. FINE GIFT FROM THE PEIGANS Look Here! Why not grow n crop that never fails; have grown it for ten years and never had a fail- ure, 'Iry or wet, two crops of hay. i id this year I raised spv- er.il powic'.a of the best Alfalfa seed grows. Boos not kill out in winter. Grown right here nt home, at Raymond. Will clicapcr j'ou iiu- port from any other country. CHAS. BUHLEN Raymond Alta, TheHeraldWantad boy says: MAJ. GEN. MACKENZIE, CANAD. IAN REPRESENTATIVE ON IM- PERIAL GENERAL STAFF PROMOTED London, Xov. the divi sioa commanders 'announced last night the name of Major-General Colin John ilacKtnzic, C. B., who sutx-.nis Major-General Hubert Woth- erull Hamilion, who was killed in a'.tion at Mons. General MacKcnzie, is chic! oi the Canadian section ait trie Imperial General Stafi, became first military advisor to the Domin- ion's military council some four years ago. Alberta Stock Now Barred at Chicago CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Macleod, Nov. very care- ful consideration of the various as- pects of the present Tvar, the Indians oa the Peisan reserve have unanim- ously decided to offer His Majesty's Government, from their funds at Ot- tawa, the sum of to be used n whatever way may be deemed most advantageous to Britain in her hour of need. This decision fully demon- strates the loyalty oi this tribe to the flag that protects tuem. as the gift: cars for stock to be v was a spontaneous one on the part of' cancelled on account of the embargo; he various chiefs and tribesmen and shipped from Letharidge today, 14 fj.. did not arise from any suggestion i car's to Calgary 10 cars of .J, "rom outside sources. sheep came in "from Coutts yesterday; If the services of the young men of' the reserve are also needed they are only too willing and anxious to take up arms and fight for the Great White teing shipped todav to Calgarv Father at any time when required. I'll summon the witter or other servants that needed for the hotel or home. IAMAWAMLAB {Copyright, by Da Forest PorterX WANT ADS. 5 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. SIX insertion! for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID ;N ADVANCE Creei, jjzht cars ordered for 12tn [or shipment to Chicago, only too willing and anxious to take cancelled Macleod, 15 cars of sheep bv 1 WANTED TO RENT Seven or eight room mod- era, furnished house. Prefer a property witli a good yard, and garage. C. S. Noble, Nobleford. 0 walk the floor. I could not lie down or tit still sometimes for a day and a night at a I was and had very little appetite, no ambition, melancholy, and often felt as though I had not a friend in the world. After I had tried: most every female remedy without suc- cess, my mother-in-law advised me to take Pinkham's Vegetablo. Compound. I did w and "gained in every day. I have now no trou- ble in any way and highly prajsa your medicine. It T. HtTHLZY, Eldon, Minoorf. Bonember, the remedy which did thU WM LydU E. Pinkhmm'i Vegetable Compoood. For everywhere. It hai helped of women who have been troubled with diaplace- alteration, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and nervous prostration, after all other means have failed. Why don't you try it? Lydia E. Finkham Medidco Co, J. F. Bradshaw Granum, 5 cars oi cattle and 3 of hogs to be shipped OFFICER'S TWENTY- .tomorrow; Cardsfcon, 11 cars oi FIRST BATTALION caivcs to be shipped on the 16th to Kingston Nov. following of-; Gadsby. In addition to these ship- ficers hare been appointed to com-; there will be 15 or '30 cars mand the 21st battalion, the infantry" th5 jocai yards for various shipment c_ __ _ _. Chicago by f. Officer Commanding Lieut Col. W. Burns was cancelled yesterday, and St. Pierre Hughes, 14th Regt.; Senior of: 700 head major -Major C. C. Bennett, Perrnan- f tti b tfa Knight Sugar com- Gf oi Raymond to which ming. K. u. Kegiment; ind major, ma- L__: i_ BOARD A.N'D ROOJl rejlment for the second contingent be- 1 poijlts A shipment o! IS ing formed in the 3rd Division: st CK (rom pejgan to Chica jor D. H. MaeLcan, G.O.F.G.; com pany officers, Captains E. T. M. Scott, J. P.. Wolfram 40th; T. R. was to about the 26th, likely fce delayed by the embargo. FOR a good room with all modern conveniences, steam beat shower oaths, ciunse. etc, apply Y. M. O. A. Business Opportunities BUSINESS FOR a rate.on .Stockmen ijsnerally are Jooking toitb'e dollar, entire stock in trade of T nrnm ih- Cauidweil 4'ad- T E-'mitt 43rd-' 3 the yards, for .their market J the. McKeown Hardware Co., Ltd., to- P Kennedy -45th- J 11 Sil'b R AT h i356 is al in oo con- 49th- S 'II Gray' 59th- E Jones late mta- the foot is tailing about 5S.700; all in good con- control, and they .will not feel ditlon and well assorted. Stock sheets mouth ray ones ae lieutenants'. A.. 'W. Black, G.Q.P, i -th-e embargo- as mjich_.as ,if 'all the j may ha seen at the store, 402 5th St. G -W MacNec 14th- i American markets w'p.e al- W. G. C. Spriggs -16th; W. A. S. Mor-1 though it will be seen by the figures rison 40th; H. O. Dennis 40th- J In- i Eiven tDat they iiave already suflered derwick, R.JI.C, 42nd; S. A. Lavell, i somewhat. 45th; H. W. Cbuper, Ken-1 p- Burns' Statement nedy, 46th; W. Fink '-47th; M. i. Shei- p- Burns, of Calgary, who is prob- herfl, -59th; L. sillier, R.M.C., 49th- ably one of the largest shippers of cat- three additional lieutenants are to be j tie In Alberta, stated in Calgaryaoday appointed. Officers specially employ- the embargo would mean a loss uScar, Lieut. A. M to the shippers of that dlst- Stroud, C.S.C.; 0. C. machine gun section, no appointment yat; trans- port officer, Lieut. G. L. Sparks. CONSERVATIVE NOMINEE IN WEST HAMILTON Hamilton, Nor. Allen has been nominated by the Conserva- j Lives In TVest Hamilton for the legis- lature to succeed Hon. J. S. Hendrie, appointed Lientenant-Governor of On- iario. OPEtfS UP NOSTRILS, CLEAES HEAD, ENDS COLDS OR CATARRH AT ONCE Inatantfy Relieves Swollen, Inflamed i the nostrils; penetrates and heals the Nose, Head, Breathe inflamed, swollen membrane which Headachy Discharge Stops. Try "Ely's Cream Balm." Get a small bottle anyway, just to try a little .in the nostrils and instantly your clogged. nose and air passages ot the head will-open; you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear. By moraiag! the catarrh, cold-in-head catarrhal sore throat will be gone. .End such misery 'now! Get the small bottle ot "Elj's Cream Balm" at any drug store. This sweet, fra- grant balm dissolves by the heat ofj lines the nose, head and throat; clears the air passages; stops nasty dis- charges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief comes immediately. Don't -lay awake tonight struggling for breath, stuffed; nostrils closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a" cold, with ita running nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and raw dryness is distressing but truly needless." your -faHhrHust once in "Ely's Jream Balm" qnd your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. Sold by J. 0. Hjglnbotham Co., Limited. New Complete: Accurate: Up-to-Date European far Map Printed on itrang band strength ef the irmlei and navies, amount of war debl, araln production, area, population and statistics of intcrcsL TO SUBSCRIBERS iding In Renewal Subscriptions for Three Mratts or over to THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rict "This is the o_f the ship- ping said.ilr. Burns "If the order had come three or four .weeks later, it would.not have the far-reach- ing effect which it .have at the present." Mr. Burns' firrm has been in the habit of shipping away, -whole- tain- loads at a and -was compelled to unload a big shipment.that was all ready to leave the Calgary yards. The Morning Alfaertan states that_the quar- antine orders have" aroused some skepticism on the part of'vAlberta shippers, the allegation being made that big cattle men of are taking advantage to close off Canad ian shipments at the earliest chance The motive of the. Department-of -AS riculture cannot be questioned., They are combating one. of the1 most se-r ioua of diseases, which hot control! ed will mean a loss much greater than 1500.000 .to .the farmers of. Canada. If the motive charged was such as al leged, the doors 'would be closed al' around, wherreas the Seattle, Port- land and other western markets are still open, QUARANTINE AGAINST CANADA Washington, Nov. thir- teen states under federal 'quarantine, ofiicials oi the department of agricul- ture, .working with local" autJh'brities, pressed their fight today to halt the spread of the loot and month disease among Ine-stock Colder weather m infected it .was.believed, would .tend to check the epidemic. Department officials said they cou.ld not estimate the edest of the quaran- tine against Canada until'it was termined. how many cattle ha3 been imported for immediate slaughter or fattened .Yearly importations oi .cattle amount tp STUD HORSE For Sale or Trade, the well known horse (1056) Steel 6 years old.- This horse Tvill 'ie Bold .with a 75% guarantee. .Was imported four years ago and Is an ail round good horse. Will trade tor horses or cattle. Apply JAMES MEZEN 520 .Centre. Calgary. cotton rags at the Herald'Press Room. SITUATIONS WANTED J on farm by mau nnd wife. Man good on stock and farming; wife good cook. 14 Herald offlco. Apply Box as superintend- ent or foreman ou large farm or ranch; thoroughly experienced iu all branches of farming. Apply to' Box 41 Herald office. SITUATIONS VACANT once, first class dress- maker. Apply Room 17 Southard Block. ihores Young man to do and milk two or three cows on ranch. Apply 534 12th St. 3. after 6 p.m. 278-2 salesman to ahdle high class office and house- old novelties on commission, attract- ve proposition. Apply Box 20 Her Id office. Professional -sr MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M; Holme graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho paedio Institute, Mqdlcal Mnssag and Gymnastics, Electrl cal Vibratory and.Tharapeutlc Ugli and Shunt IiophiK Treatments' Klvea by ap noiiitihcnt only.1 Room 1. Hull B1U PKnrATB HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Priviuo Hospital and maternity Homo. 1224 Tth Avenue South. Phono 74R. ART EMBROIDERIES to represent us D Lethbrldge and Southern Alberta, with references to Stone Limit :d, 421 Loo Building, Vancouver, B. ana women to learn Barber Trado. Eight weeks required; bsitions or locations secured as soon s competent; graduates make big ooney; catalogue and terms free, loler Barber College, 604A' Centre t., TO RENT TO in Burgmann block, 3th St. N., including fixtures. Phone 52. maid, neat, Quick nd reliable. Apply between 2 and 4 2SO 4th Ave. S. TO sis roomed modern ouse, 13th St. S.I 516 per month. Ap- ly to K. D. Johnson, Molsons Bank. '0 large comfortable front oom suitable for one or two gentle- len; also others from up, in a lodern rooming house, close in, hone 441. 534 6th St. S. 0 room modern house; lose to car line, only per lonth. 31. P. Johnston Co., Alberta lock. JO modern storey and alt house, No. 1807 7th Ave. S. Five ooms and bathroom, full size cement asement; per month. Apply 151G th Ave. or 326 6th St. S: '0 roomed fully modern Oliso, S12 Stli Ave. S., ?1S. o room gttage with :4-stall stable in rear, lexnnder Addition, Apply 1018 2th St. S. or Phone 1418. O modern 7 roomed ouse, close in. Will give lease for ny length of time; also one furnish- d room to let. Apply 313 6th Ave. A or Phone 720. MISS FILMER'S SHOWROOM is now at 1110 3rd Avenue South. Leasqiw given. Hours 2 to C p.m. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed, Prices right.' Mrs. E. J. Pannell, Room 41, Dominion Blflg._________ HAIR WORK HAIR COMBINGS may bo left at 309 5th Ave. South and foe made Into Switches and Curls at reasonable prices by Miss Ruth .Jordan. 272-6 EDUCATIONAL KINS EDWARD'S hrook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V. M. Cherrington. Boarding- school for girls and young hoys. Bracing mountain climate. Pull High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping.- Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch- Ing from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. ELECTRICIAN W. L. MsKENZIE 4 -Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 706 Third Avenue South.________ FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES GRAIN retail. Phono write or wire us for special carload quotations. The Lethbridge Wey- burn Co.. Limited, Commission Mer- chants and Implement Dealers, 1262 1st Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 1173. Miscellaneous for Sals FOR1 shares Brewing and Jfalting Co., Ltd., at J80 per shnre. P.'O; Box S27, City. FOR iron .ranges, down and ?1 per week. M'cnue S. CAPTAIN KENDALL OF EMPRESS COMMANDS.CRUISER Montreal, Nov. Kendall, formerly captain of the-- Etmpress of Ireland, has been of the auxiliary British; cruiser-Csl- garian. He was ma'de lieutenant command- er of the as soon ae war broke out and now he haa_bcfen; advanced to commander. He is engaged in scout duty. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 0 Comfortable 8 roomed ouse, furnished, including gas range, coal range, piano, also good barn and pens; per month, owner to have use of one room. Apply R. V. Gibbons j Co. TO 12 fully modern with PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. :R. Freljbt Sheds PHONES Office Office Stables 1163 452 1664 Very Low Fares in connection with Eprslooe to Old Country Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit five months, stop over and ex- tension privileges. Full information- re rail and Steanv ship Tickets from S. 6. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Uthbridge. Or write R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. THE NURSING MISSION ProvldM TiBiUng nurnfii for mater- nity and medictl and snrgical canes eontagloui and charges ftccordfnj to the cir- cumiUncei patient Poor paUenU cared for free'of chirw. Graduate nuttM, for private .duty nlso provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mil-; lion 1414 7th Avenue South. Phone IMS'. (MIM) A. M. THUy, M. A. MacKay, Grad. (Mfu) J- Mackanzla. Ofaa.. Nunta, roomed house, gas, especially adapted for rooming house, close in; two doors from car line, Gth St. S. Will rent reasonable. Reply to Ed. JIcKenzie, Phone R 109 or Box 165. City. TO parties requiring very comfortable for the winter located on 10th St. 3., close to the Victoria Hansions, with every con- venience, including gas range, elec- troliers, window shades, storm win- dows and at moderate rental and im- mediate possession, should apply to Fred W. Downer, Victoria Mansions Office, Phone 636. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR near Vancou-_ ver, 4 electric and 2 steam trains' dally tp and from, town; 5 acre blocks high grade soil in well settled com- munity; fine auto roads, good local schools. Special sale price 22 'blocks, SCO per acre, 4 year terms. Rogers, Black and McAlplne, 537 Fender St., Vancouver, B. C. J name the -Fulcanj made by International Cycle Co., of London, Bng. Finder please return to Herald office and receive reward 279-6 Steemship Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail steamers Allan 'Line Royal Mall Steamers. French LJua to Havre. White Star New York anvl Canad- ian service. Canard Line, New York and Canad- ian service, Canadian Northern Royal Mall Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. Nprtii Ciennan Lloyd. Hamburg American and all other Lines. 'Largest and Fattest- cheapest fares; direct salllnf. Ant- and Hamburg connections, Czer- monitz, Krakan and all other Contln- untal points. ijuy your tickets where yon get train. S. B. MITCHELL, 0. P. B. Ticket Agent, Lethbridgc. Apply 412 4th FOR nred S. C. Black Minorca and Barred Rock cockerels. 1414 4th Aye! N.'Phone 1405. FOR 40 tons of good alfalfa- hay in" stack' about 8 miles from Lethbridge." 'Ppr further partta- ulars apply to the' Manager, Merch- ants Bank Lethbridge. FOR furniture.In- cluding new piano, everything necea- Eary here for .furnishing two 6 room be.-sold.cheap. Call after 5 p.m at 621 ,11th St. S. FOR timolhy alfalfa mixture, timothy Buy direct frpiii the growers through their sales office, Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Bos 1858, Leth- bridge. MEDICAR W. 8. "iirseon, Acpouoli'nr. Hours p.m. Odlgo 314 Third Avnnua N Sllerloclt.' Blook. Residence 1200 Sixth Avenue. lOillfs tours 11-12; uhiiM lineldence 1080.' i' i OR. C. C. Siir- ROon, Accoucher. Qfflce at residenoo corner 5th Avenue South and. 7th Street South. 1-3; 7 to B..1Q. Phone 1208. DR. jsye, Throat; Dominion Building. Offlco hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-6; evenings appointment. Phones, offlco 341. residence 593. ..DENTAL DR. IW. J. graduate of .Royal Collqgo of Dental Toronto, and holder, of a Dominion Cental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 and 6, Bryan Dloek. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice rato University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block, Phone 1166, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. auceessors to Drs; Stewart and MS Ciure. .Hours: 9 to 6. Office, Hlg- jnbqtiam Block. Phone 374. DR. E. 6. ber of Royal of Snrnoni. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London) 1900. Hoan: 9-12; 1-5, Offlce: 6-8. Post VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 16 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. jally. 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. Miss B. S. Cook. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay. fli 7tii Aventjr North. PIANO TUNING H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairer; iO years factory experience. Hon. curs Certificate MT. Assn. London England... Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168 1853 lith Ave A Souih SURVEYING DUFF Ed- wards. DMnlriloh 'anJ Al- berta Land Burveyorr' Bonali: A. Duff, 'blnb i rfnt- Ing, civil englneerteK-and-land voylns. Suite 205-Sherlock Hldz. A'ta fl-tf AUCTIONEER FOR gas .range one gas heater, one dining table anc chairs to match, solid oak; 1 oak dresser, 1 oak sideboard, 1 oak frame Davenport, other furniture all in good be seen all thfa week at'1226 3rd Ave. A. excellent winter pasture 'for 700 head of' stocli on our farm at Iron Springs, fenced and plenty of good water. Man In at- tendance For particulars write R. C. Mcdure, 010 gth St; S., City. FOR "Bead corning 2 years old, Ramaley and Marino Rams; these are a large frame, husky animal that clipped as'high, as Ibs wool this year. Will sell for 512.50 per head or exchange for, good ewes or Iambs. Write or phone Gep. B. Snapp, 'War- ner, Alia. Real Estate to Exchange I ft GOOD FARM LAND WANTED In exchange fbi' City Property. ft Good revenue producer. I al- ff BO have a few well located city. lots. If. interested send the description of your land to C. C. Pagnuelo, Lethbridge, Alta. FOR acres In the famous Lynn County, Oregon, South Portland, for Alberta land or city pro- perty, Kimbair Larseii, 117 Sher- lock Dldg. WANT TO EXCHANGE Good farm land (or a tract of 45 acres adjoining the city lim- its of Portland, Ore. This tract Is suitable for subdivision; streetcars, city water, etc., within a few blocks. Has good house and barn, apple and nut orchard-and small fruits. Send description of your land to J. T. Tasker, Herons, Alta W. L. and City Licensed A.uctloneer. oi all kinds .conducted, on reasonable itocli and (arm sales a specialty, pflice at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404.13th St. Korth. Phone 1023.. Residence Phono C85. Eiwnlpwn offlco at the LethbrlUge- .Weyburn .Realty Co.. UNDERTAKING T. 8.- Poneral Director and Bmbalmer; .also agent (or tlie Somervllle Marble Works, of. .Office opposite Court House, Phone 661. .dence 284 7th Ave, S. Phone ma. Open Jay and nlsht. S. V. Director ana .Embalmer. 411 nth Street. South, Phon" rtlHht or day WHOLESALE HAY. GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail- All .varieties of buy: timothy, alfalfa, blue joint, mixed bay, upland hay, oat hay and Mixed carloadg a specialty Storage for household goodn, etc. cellar space for rent Hjde toil Saiindp.rs, corner Zn1! 12fh fit S. T5 Pnr T197 FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and :Cleaned.. Work, guaranteed. Please let us have order-.as sooh: -na slble. David Scott, Bentley Com- pany Store. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the ImtV Etltute of Chartered Accountants ot England Wales, and of tho In- tuto of Chartered It) Alberta. Acadla W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accountant! Wlnnlpag Hal Accountancy In all Ita Audit, BMretarial, Ad- rlaorr, BjritomKllInc, and Trust -Work, AcadD Building, Lethbrldp. Rwldant R. J, RITCHIE PATER80N, Charttrad Acnuntant (8cot.) ;