Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tnesilay, THE LETHBRIfiGtf DAILY HERALD THE H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS INSURANCE w x K 8HERLOCK LETHBRIDGE 7 2 lots corner of Ernest and London at i 6 lotsjn Block 26 Duff Add., close to new school at 7 roomed cottage on 2 lots in Block "123, facing Westminster for" COAL MINE "We have lor sale cheap or will lease to a practical miner a coal mine near the city. This ,mine fully opened out and fully equipped. Seven foot seam, best of coal. "A snap lor right party. F. J. GUMMING C-o Farm Security Co.. Whitney Block .Lethbrid'ge, BRIGADE CALCED> OUT The fire departments were called out about ten o'clock this morning in response to an alarm sent in, from Fourth-Avenue. They found only -a pile of sawdust a-couple'of men .were burning iu the rear of a workshop on Fourth avenue, opposite. the covcm- in ent telephone exchange, ivjiich giving, og a, large'. of. smoke. READ MS LETTER And Mrs. of women are suffering tortures th'eir backs, when they need not' .do so. Mrs. Ripleyhad such frightful pains in her back that sue could not do her housework. She tells how she her-selL. "I cannot refrain from writing- you about the beiiefits I have received from .taking GIN PILLS- I suffering: dread-' 'fully -with my back and have suffered yitk it for .twenty years. I tried every- thing but got no relief, until I bought 'GIN PILLS. I have taken six boxes of GIN 'PILLS and now I have not the sign of an ache or pain in my back. I am now 48 years of age and'.feel as well as I did "in ,-iny life.; -'There' is notMnjrthatcan hold a GIN" PILLS for curing Pain. In The Back to which-worocn.are subject." MRS. MllLANOR P. RffiCKY. Try GIN TILLS at our expense. Write for" free sample box. '..Dealers, sell GIN PILLS fit sec 6 for And money refunded if they fail to cure. National Pnig aud Chemical Co., A.D.. Toronto. '''Winnipeg Winnipeg, Nov. advance oi 1 to 2 cents in wheat pric- es has surprised tha grain trade- The reasons are. not'-clearly ,'defined but the fact .that the market was heavily oversold-; is. -being -gradually realized, and prices are showing a tendency to recover. ,vDeferjred..options did not par, iicipat-e actively in the upward move- ment, but November, .delivery and cash wheat were .strong aha "higher. 'November opened .closed 9.4. Dec. '93; May open- ed 95f, closed Cash closed No.. 1 Nor. 94; No. 2 Nor. 91; No: 8 .Nor: 88; White Oats 35J; No. 3 Barley No. 1 N. W. Flax Winnipeg' Live Stock at the stockyards ibis morning in- cluded the following: 1348, cattle, 9 "445 -hogs and -'.12 sheep. stock: comprising good export- jlcntiiul Lo'c'al fd.uiid a-Jairly... steady inar "were- paid; prices were steady lor. butcher cattle being paid for some good steers, while mixed bunches of steers; .and-heifers brought and poorer stock ranged a's --Feeders -were firm, ;two a'nd.' calves" were firm, light ones bringing t-Q S4.50, and heavier to some choice hogs brought1 with a cut, lambs were" steady -at S5.50 per cwt. Glasgow Live Stock Glasgow, -Nov. Watson and Kitcme report 245 cattle expre- torian cffiered, trade fair at last week's quotations: top cattJe 14' cents: sec- ondary to cents: bulls snow- ng.Ifiadlijriaiid.wprs? -trade top cenfe; 'fsecondkry cheaper to on'" offer at' II cents per pcund. rs- Emma McCarty of Chicago, .dis- Sarnia, Ont., on -October ,y. 'She left home on that. day with -her 17-months old :boy, and has not Been seen siacep.-" LITTLE RELIEF WILL BE NEEDED Dominion Relief Agent Investigated Around The Hat .Medicine .Nov. Rose, relief agent of the Dominion immigra- tion, department, 'has returned from, a trip through the district to the south- west, en- couraging report, in fifty-four town- snips 'covered during tbe. past week, only two cases were found requiring assistance. One of these was >'ith five small children, who'is home- steading a Neigh- oors of tiiisTamily have displayed un- usual, generosity, and, ground and harvested more than suffi- cient to prove her claim..-..The ramiiy Had -jhet .with fcard ;luck by the .loss fcorse .In one newly settled townsnip ten .-bushels of will be re- quired.' "Seed potatoes and' fodder are scarce, However, and the agent has -been- .requested to reed .for live stock at reasonable pri- ces. Whooping Cough CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS x Mfo and rfectiTe treatment for bron- BVoidiBK Vaporized luao of Whooping Cough And relieves eroap At It in a boon to euf- t the night in the cells, appeared in the dock on the charge of using insulting and indecent language to a police of- ficer; After hesitating: for a moment or- two, he, pleaded. guilty. The mag- istrate remarked.. .that he old enough and well., educated enough to-. know, better. However, he was not going 'to punish" more as .the officer -did not wish; press the cese. or .tried, to, that he Jia'd been- drinking 'vn.th some other young- fellows 'and; not, have 'said, what he. did i.imder other circum- stances. He expressed his regrets and .thanks to the officer for not pressing ihe case. is a young man like you ing coming before me on a charge of drunk and was the com- ment ;of -the court; when F. yoimg man than twenty years of age, was placed in the doctc. "It. is young .men men, young men- on" these' .charges1 every day.'" V-Tll Only line- and costs this" timei but- ypu; ever come here' again, or I'll- make it much he said, after .the young man in ques- tion had pleaded guilty to the charge.' WINNIPEG -Y. M. C. A. Winnipeg; the Y. four hours noon -.were 5 up to CollecUons for for 'twenty- the-- total HASPLEN1YOF GOOD WHEAT Local Men Deny State- ment of Outside Firm A A Moose Jaw milling rirm tbat has -been making a canvas of the city en- deavoring to place its flour here in competition with local mills, it is said, Have been endeavoring to secure cus- tomers and orders by arguing that tnere is very little waeat in Southern Aioerta-: that wjiat there is, is of poor quality, and' that it is thus inv possioie for the local mills to cum out such flour as their own. The opinion or local grain men. However, is that the grain grown southern Alberta this year, while tnere is not such a great.quantity, of it as last year, it is of the very best milling while particularly. all ae crop in the Moose Jaw district of Saskatchewan is more or less frost- ed. John Taylor of the-Taylor" Milling iterator Co., bore out this ZTZII- ment; saying that this year's crop Irom this district is recognized, ail overi as cf the very best milling quality, an tact it is'the best in this regard ever produced. As for the quantity of it, tnere is more than- generally 'believed, At one of their.elevators alone, the Bradshaw elevator.near-Magrath, over bushels have been handled, of this year's crop: already. CJeo. w. of the Ellison ing Co., says .that this jear's crop, trom a milling .point of view, is the best in the-worlu." 'The iclea somehow got' out to other parts that there was no crop here, but that is'all wrong. There: was ffalf a million bushels grown tributary to Lethbridge. -The .Ellison, people have already bought upwards. of of this year's crop1 and there.is more, far more offered than-they will be able to taKe. Kdward Baines, .grain .-buyer for the Columbia Flouring Mills .Co., of Ender- 'by. B. wHo has just returned, from a-trip through! Northern Alberta, look- ing out for says' that there is no wheat north of Calgary better than JNO.'3 The north-may. have the south beaten when it comes :to mixed farm- ing, 'but, they haven't a touch on-the south even this season when at, comes to wheat, growing. Southern Alberta 3 wheat was grown .this year he says is far. better inequality than" any grown or anywhere, else. nausea bad breath-4hesc are some of stipation. The mild, sensible, reliable remedy is They contain latest. discovered and best evacuant empties the bowels without thfc slightest discomfort and -without dis- turbtof the rest of the system. Constantly increased doses are not'necessary: 2Sc. m k ox. If your drtijxist has not stocked them, send 2Sc. atxl will rnail-thaoi.- 25 Motional of Cuuuik. Limitwi, LOCAL BUDGET W. F. Garry, a banker of Sweet Grass, Montana, is in the city today. Guy Pallister, rancher of Milk Riv- er, ,is in the city today. Sheriff Malcolm Young, who has been very ill for. some-days, is re- ported now to be much better. The young men of. St. Andrew's church "meet at the home of Mr. Hart ley, 140 Torrance Ave., this, evening. Either Judge Winter, or Judge Car- penter will be down tomorrow to hold district court in Cardstott on Thurs- day. Miss Minnie McKay, who has been seriously ill for some ihr-ee months, returned y-esterday to her duties.on the post office staff. .A. Sinnot-i-and Goo. 'J. Bryan, "of Calgary, are" in the "city today looking after their business interests here. North Star Lodge A. F. 'A. M., is preparing for some form ot a cele- bratioa-on Dec. -27th iiert, St. John's A" committee has been appointed to make, the arrangements. John Sargeant, of the city., police force, left this afternoon to take up Ms -new duties -as town' constable and .secretary-treasurer Cvleman." to which he was recently appointed-. Secretary E. M. Tbomasson, of tha- Y.M.C-A ,-f toihorrow. morning for Spokane to attend Convention -and.' iaci- take.in the Show.. A. J.-Black'burn, 01 Co., and G. J. one pi' the proprietprs of the Winnifred -town site; leave for Medicine Hat' tomor- row night to arrange for an auction sale of Wiiiuifred lots to-'be held" -in that town by Messrs. F.- G. Wadding-- ton Co. next week. The death occurred -from typhoid fever yesterday- afternoon of Harper, aged 2-1, wife of Leona'rd.Le Roy Harper.' The body is .being..held' at Fetterly's undertaking' awaiting- instructions from her rela- tives, live in Iowa. A sad .fea- ture- of the case is. that the .dead wo- man's: husband in ,'the city set iously ill. same ty- phoid fever, and" 'that his .brother and.' sister, are also-down with it. -All the parties came. from, aortli- of, where there appears to be quite' a ty- phoid epidemic.' TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS" Alberta school lands, totalling acres, sold for... Browr.'s Bakery at Barrie' burn-. ed, with a loss of over ?2000. Vancouver's building UctoDer showed rrince .Rupert, B. C., is already com- plaining of congested.public .schools.. The C. P. R. will: inaugurate a "cer-: vice on a branch line, 30 miles rrom to Cameron-. 'take; Try This Coug ft Remedy Little, But the Work Quickly, or Money Refunded. Mis two' cups of granulatednJ with one cup of water, 'and'stir: for 2 minutest Put ex (fifty cents' "worth) in., a :16 bdt-; tie; then.'a.dd the; Sugar, Syrup.. a teaspoon ful every, one, two orvthrea hours.- _ You will I5nd that this .simple Tem'-'; edy takes hold of a cough, more quick? ly than. anything else, you ever used. "Usually ends a deep-seated cough, ik- 24 hours: Splendid, Mooi for "whooping cough, chest, :brcca-. chitis -and other stimulates .the is-sligM- iielps- end a; cough. This, recipe" makes more cough, .syrup than you could -.buy; ready-made 'for "It ...Piiiex is-the most concen- trated compound of "Norway: wMte J ,pine: extract, -and- is and .all the, natural .pine elements which.' are" so tHe 'mem- branes. Other preparations work formula.- of making-.coughlr syrup; -with. Pinex- and Sugar Svi-up strained honey) "nas popu-i lar throughout1 the- United- Statesi and- Canada, that often imitaterl. the old..successful nevei Isaen. equalled. A guarantee of absolute s.-itisfactio'nV or moneys goes with, this recipe. -Tour :'iruggist h_aa Knes send to The Tines -Co., One. OWSKI'S He's in a hurry to wait on you. in a hurryito seU out the whole works at cost price. Any old price but the stock must go out and go quick. He's in a hurry waiting on the many people that come to the store daily. He's in a hurry to foe a quitter. Going out of business means low prices and spells bargains to you. Don't be a quitter like SADOWSKL Get in the game now; L-OOK FO THE GREEN SIGNS Did you ever hear the like of it Men's Fur lined Caps Value for 60c Oh! You Men! It's up to you. Gome in and warm your 'hands' Gloves for 65c A Huge Stock of Men's- Wear in a big double Double value now Men's Suits. We have them at the price you want to pay Overcoats too Men's Work have them by the Shirts for 95C Shirts for M.T.: g5g 7-5c Shirts for 35c Men's Easy-prices, boys. 25c Ties for 40c Ties for 75c Ties for -i 25c Don't Let Your Feet Get Frowsy: Men's now for 25 0 Men's now ......j.t.s.., t...., Men's now 25S Men's ,.2... 4 for 25C Prices Pickled Down on Coat Sweaters Regular for r.T... ggg Regular for Regular for Regular for boys, now! COME AND BUY AT INVOICE PRICES Sadowski Throws np his hands and lets you take his profit. w GOING OUT OF BUSINESS QUICK 110 ROUND STREET My Word The picking is good; come and see for yourself.