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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 .Y IIKK.VU) OF CANADA nl UflltiKtd rreWt Tolll Asscis (Over) In I'inancing your business, your real estate operations, your home, or ilie society of which you way be the treasurer, the complete and courteous service which we render will be a real satisfaction to you. We collect, transmit anil advance money on the most advantageous terms. Ou Savings Deposits we pay the highest current rate of Interest. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH.....G. R. TINNING, Manager I GRASSY LAKE BRANCH A. B. KING. Act'g. Manager I 3; Tlirc.Uucedle, SI., E.C. I'f- >v. ll c- 'C- SMITH, Assistant MulUljcr. Reliable Information First Hand is what those who are interested !u Canada financially, com- mercially and industrially want. Suuh inforuiatlpu hud every week by reading THE FINANCIAL POST OF- CANADA The Financial Post gives autheutic and up-to-date information every week regarding Canadian business conditions. The Financial Post is quoted as an authority by leading Ameri- can and British publications when referring to investments The Financial Post gets first hand infurnmlion which b often times exclusive. The Investors' Information Bureau through which reliable in- formation.can be'had concerning any Canadian in vestment. Is free to subscribers. All correspondence U treated confidentially. Write for a sample copy and further infuhnatio-ii noncerius The Financial Post of.Canada "Tfie Canadian Newspaper for Inveitera" F. G. HASSARD, Manager 301 Dominion Trust Building.....REGINA. SASK. To Shippers of Gram Before selling or shipping your grain consult JOHAT I3ILLENTGS CO. Grain Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Lethbrldgt Special, attention given to, consigunieuta .and prompt reLurna made after unloading or cars. Advances on all Bills of Lading If desired. JIarliet prices by ivire or 'phone. Otlice at Messrs. AsquitU Lindsay's Domiulou Block, LelUUrldnc, Altn. PUone I7H. P. O. Hoi 278. 11 iv v. i x 11 A x i) i) i i' i; 11 K T LSI x The Final Editorial in the Campaign Written by Governor Wilson's Own J 'J t f A Wednesday.. November l.'J. Local Manager I. SALBERG The Above is a reproduction of an editori in his own hand-writing on the eve Governor Wilson of the election, also his signature. DISTRICT NEWS T yrell's Lake, Nov.. returned hist Tuesday, from" his Photos To avoid the holiday rush, have your photos made now, at the La Feits' Studio IN THE SHEPARD BLOCK, OVER THE GOOD GROCERY CO., FIFTH STREET, SOUTH All [lie latest fiuls ami styles in art photography for the presents, will bu fount! ill this studio. COXSTAXTJXOPLE Constipation- la an cnrmy within the camp. It will undermine the strongest constitution and ruin the most vigorous health. It leads to indigestion, biiiousnra, impure blood, bad complexion, sick headaches, and is one of the most frequent causes of appendicitis. To neglectitis slow suicide. Dr. Morse's Indian Rnot Kills positively cure Constipation. They are entirely vegetable in composition and do not aicken, weaken or gripe. Preserve your heahh by taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Fills has.toured a .large area of-the prov- ince during the jmsi two weeks in ccuuectioii the farmer's ajjet-ial. GOVERNMENT DEFEATED C'liriHthima. Nov. el fciion for of Uu- rftm-tliing waa lield today. It I'HSuli-pd hi i.ln of 7-1 Radicals, 1M Rightists ami 1-inerala. r.Tid Socialists. The UightistK and who form the present government, lost seats to the Radicals, and :-il to the Socialists. THRESHING IN ALBERTA Edmonton, Xov, sixty or seventy per cent, of the to- tal croii of tho province has been thrcah'ed, acronlinp to A. MoKfnner, OKI home in Bottiiiean county. Ditkota, where lie has besn during ih. 'summer.' On Thursday- he made business trip to Lefhbridge. Harvey GUnes made a trip to Kay mond last Wednesday. It is-rumored Hollis has just ,vhci said his quarter section in '1-17 10 of premise Mm-m-Iaw Win U Naie i for Banking'pufposes.' All that Isej.tletl is bank bandelet mirieil iu bpeii 'aii Edmonton branch QUEBEC BUYS IN EDMONTO. Edmonton, Nov. is prob ably the. msh realty s of the. present year the city un v.-hei: acting Jor" Mt Uougali _A- Accord, disposed of t-h Norwood th Quehi'c V H is understood that the bank''av IhuriUt'Ji'have as yet announced Vit Ii is now .almost curtain that a post office will he established on the U of section 5-17. in ihe near fu- mre, u-ifh K. L. Bhit? as postmaster.', The name of the new post office will j be HlaltesviMfl, anil the prospects are j ihat its pa irons will recohv" mail twice a wenk. In order to money to buy an organ for our school, a -basket social and dance will be'ijlven ra the school house on Friday evei 15. The ladles ar The Crown of Womanhood for hair cannot bo beauti I ful. There is no Dart of the li !i." IS Dart ot ttie numai vl, i.fto.ii makeup so revenitful as the hair. I "tucstM I" cries out: at me, care for m- bring baskets winch will Hold HI j I will disgrace you! Treat me with ion to the lushest bidders during j consideration and I will be a, glory to music There 'wi and a goud lime Everybody is invited. assured. Adriano i brought mm the Department of ABrlcultura. who j two thouBand feet. NICHOLAS POPOFF The first aviator killed in actual war- fare. He was a Russian serving with che Bulgarians. While scouting above yesterday. FORESTVILLE Forestville, Nov. trnatet-a of liic ForestvMle .school district have appointed A. Parkflr of Sweet Valky as teacher, and school was opened fliiperlntcmtlcnt of tho aoed branch of broughtrhl the Turkleh sharpnel from the height of A Drink To Be Grateful For j the beverago for ait uiwy and ail for men or women, tho or the, ailing. It.imparts lad- ing exhilaration, and gives tone and viuor-'to. the systiMii. A Ionic o.wiiiK'to'iis action on the liver. kldnevK, iiml orHJins. Viistly superior In ordinurv sin. OHT-AINA-lUiB AT IIOTKI.S AN'U RKTA11, STOlcf'JH. Iludsou Bay ('ompany Distributors The ladies of the dint net had a "bee" at srhuolluiust; on Thurs- day aflf-rnoon 'for the of cleaning the throughout. Rand left 10 visit friends in North Dakota. Ron has rented his farm to McMillan's ditch out lit. He In k-nd.H inoviiiK to n w for winter. A company of friends from, Korest- viile, including J. .Mr. and s. Mossoni. T Kerrison .ind G. With the above words Lillian Kus sell, an unquestioned authority on fern j Inine attractiveness, places no uncer- climntel VJ1'ue on na'r ay beanty sot. I'nkunipt. .uncared for iialr not only cannot be attractive but is actu- ally a disgrace. Bui why have ill-kept, untidy hair? I By devoting a few moments regularly II. Cook, nitfMido-d the opening of the: to brushing and intelligent application new organ at the Methodist service j of Newbro's Hcrpicide the hair may be i Midway last Sunday afternoon. i milde to wonderful returns in In- .Mr. and Mrs, Aniline visited Mrs. >e, on Tuesday. Tutnnieil from Brooks today after bavin? hauled iu wheat '.in! reports wheat, lowo.- OwliiR 10 scvcrr: frosts John Ward's crow rftlnmpil from op- eix'ayed personal charm. Dandruff, winch is due to a germ or microbe, is tho direct cause of more hair trouhlo than anything else. -Thus hair thin, harsh, uneven aud falls out in quantities. It. looks dead there, is no lustre.. The LEGAL ENTANGLEMENTS OVER SALE OF MAGNIFICENT IM- PERIAL DIAMOND I-ondon, Nov. ot" Mar- ion Crawford's famous novel, ".Mr. Isaacs" and Kipling's "Kim" will wel- come the. .interesting account of the remarkable life of Alexander .Malcolm .lacobi, the real hero of both those notable work's of lictfon, given in the Book Monthly by Frederick Hyaih. H would be -difficult to find in all ludia, lie a more remarkable; personality than Jacobi, or to dis- cover i nmany parts of tho world a man who has led such an amazing life. Horn at. Constantinople, he was at; the early age of 12 sold as a slave at! the market, there, and became the property ot a rich pasha. l''ortumitel> the pasha treated him well, and in stead of putting him to menial work he encouraged the young .lacobi (o take an interest in Oriental literature philosophy and ocultism. Rose From Pasha's Slave For some years Jneobi stayed in the lionse of the pasha, and it was during :hese years that his keenly receptive mind gathered so much of that curi- jus Ka-jteru wisdom that was after- wards to make him one of ihe leading igiires in tho Anglo-Indian society at Simla, On the dealli of tho pasha Jacob! vas thrown once more upon the world, ind caring .little did or whore e went, he decided to make, ihe pil- grimage to Mecca. After the pilgrimage he made his to Bombay, and having starved hero for a while he got a. small ap- pintment at the Nizam's court, at fyderabad. At Hyderabad be learned a great eal about precious stones, and after lulling a few thousand rupees by the ale of an emerald he boldly set out >r Delhi aud established himself there a jeweller. At Delhi be prospered ammlngly This ia a new picture of the capital of Turkey showing centre of business activity In the besieged city. famouy Imperial diamond to the lute Nizam of Hyderabad. After bavin paid for the stone on the premise from the .Nizam to.pny him for it, the sale was slopped by the Government. of India, and in addition. to his heavy fhinnciiil loss Jacobi hurt'to face ;i legnl case in the High Court fof Calcutta. Tne trial lasted 57 days, and the expenses wui'e so enorniotiy that after It was over and Jacobi had secured EI triumphant yerdict, he found himself practically a pauper. lie retired to Bombay, where he lives today in badly reduced circumstances. This, In brief, gives tho story of the rise and i'everse of Jacobi, one of the fullest interest. COMPLETED TWO VERY FINE PIECES OF ROAD the hroukg trail on i'rat ion: and son rhlgfi business. in a bunch .of tho pi-jin tlioy Inn- us holds ft-1 on yniulay evenlngH now. NECK AND .NECK RACE Sim Nov. -Theodore Itoosevelt. lost Ma plurality in Cull- iliiiiy mi nut OH io- night, and tlien ft, as addi- tional official returns canto in. When he again appeared at. the top of the column. It. wiiH'with ton voles margin over Woodrow WJIion. and li.fele.-ii Herpicidc will dr-stroy this germ is tiauHing- all the trouble, jclcidis the sea in, gives the hair life, visiiini-j snap and luxuriance. Tho hair a tops intend i OIIt- "lft itching ceases almost 10 MMliac there is'a must sense of cleanliness. the most of nature's sifts by- having fluffy beautiful hair, Newbro's Herpi ce' in live clde Is a toilet necessity. II. is exquis- itely pert'umod and is a delightful hair dresyiny. In 5Qc flnd sizes. At toilet goods counters everywhere. If not as represented, your dealer will refund >OUr money. Appllcntlons at better barber shops and hair dressing parlors. Send 10 cents for sample bottle and booklet to The Mcrplcide Co., Dept. S., Detroit, Mich. J. D, Hlginbotham Co., Ltd., special nflcnts. I and soon finding the city too l I'm him, he moved In Himla and entered the famous Mart. At Simla his reu careei' began. The charm of bin iiKigncti cpoi'Konal ity, the rstraug mystery surrounding no much of his early life, his great wealth and the wonders of his fainou: hotiHo llolvcderc, and Ihe ninrvelloni soauoes he hold all combined to make Jneobi the most eagerly Bought after man lie became the friend