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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THB FRIDAY, NOVEMBER17, 1914 OPERATES AT Made from cream of tartar derived Irom grapes. Best lor good load and good health. Calgary. Nov. chief busi- ness of the annual convention of the Alberta Farmers' Co-operative Eleva- tor Co., Ltd., which met yesterday in Pag-'t hall, was the consideration of the annual report of President C. Klce Jones. In behalf of the board of direc- tors, and of the financial balance for the year. Houi were (From Our'Own CanlBcton, Nov. 1C. Tho Ladles' AW Of the Presbyterian church have Wod to hold tSclr illnaer in the Sponcer HOUBO Cafo, not. tho Masonic Hall, us stated In Monday's Issue. A'hot dinner will be served from twelve o'clock, consisting 01 hot beef ami pork, iirashcd potatoes, sal- In Calgary, Nov. -Alberta Is proud of tho feuta of during ot her soUUer have been told In this connection daily Illustrates Uio pluck and n- domltablo spirit of the men of the now in the trenches In France. He many interesting things of his voyage over and the camp at Shorn- sheet for Uio year, now were mtmA one t to'see'The'country, ed unanimously ami both snowed ,ha Turkish tunnels at to a. "yery soon my attention the affairs of the company were In a I have bombed out the Turks, thus en- 'was by "the nolse'ofji .motor most satisfactory condition. A profit aMIne. "i tile meritorious feat of Captain Morton. for which lie was mentioned in dis- patches and later awarded the mtli- of was made 'ast year Its assets increased S604.4u4. The ST elevators operated by ihe company handled during this porioil (tho is' mouths prior to August il) bushels of Brain, of which was handled through the elevators and bushels loaded over the platform and on track coil- signed to the company. The report goes on to say that there has been a complete reorganization of press t'lng London, bureau gave out today the folio official German statement "On November 6 n German sub- marine sank by torpedo- ti hostile transport of about 12.000 tons, eight nautical miles west of Malta." The British admiralty appends this comment: "Announcement is an obvious attempt to explain away the outrageous and i Inhumane act in torpedoing a mail j steamer without warning. The only the elevator department which, under engine above. tan- decorations referred to. On His Own Initiative Entirely on his own initiative, as his section of the trench was subject- ad to enfilading fire, he crept through a tunnel which had been bored by the Turks, and so successful was his effort and so sudden and unexpected i the attack, that tho Turks fled In con- I PJ seemed to come from I looked til' and saw an aero- plane approaching the camp. Very soon another put in an appearance, then shortly after we saw an airship, n "dirigible" I believe it IB called, and we see these things every day. One day this week we were watching them saw one perform one of "i w !I most daring feats 1 have ever seen in ,e of 'looping veil, one of these aero that. It was flying at a lov- fl( d thell th8 front India tfle Oriental mail tons, sunk without w; about 300 miles east of Malta." NO PASSES FOR FINANCIERS Washington, Nov. who finance railroads are not eallt.ed to railroad passes, the Interstate com- mission today advised Newman Erb, president of tha Ann Arbor railroad.. the superintendence- of D. L. McLean, had given satisfaction to the share- holders. The commission department, han- dled bushels of grain as compared with bushels handled in 1814-15. It is asserted that Uis department is now in a position to give service second to none in Western Canada. The co-operative department nan- amounting in all to a iota! turnover 01. having had attached as a lieutenant to the battalion OL the Highland Light [nen divea oowii, men me nuuv after seeing many of their Cr" again and It turned com- tn nlai'fia l-.v tho hnmlic whtcll IUBO blown to pieces by the bombs which the intrepid captain carried. The captain was yen" reticent in speaking of his gallant exploit, re- marking that there were numbers of his coinnides who were Quite as much entitled to any such distinction as had been awarded him for his efforts. won..------- over. No twine was handled in the 1914-15 business. In carloads of hay were handled as 'against 30 wrs during the past of flour handled pietely over. It did this four or five times." Early on Sunday morning I heard later that tbere was an air raid on Dover That is six or eight miles from here and the nearest point ;to France, just twenty-one miles across the channel to Calais. There was no damage done. Our aeroplanes chased a diffarmt Kind of duck over the best of them. 7th infantry. He left with the unit in the summer for the Dardanelles, and at cases by milling companies witn SSi the comoan? was doing no hospital ror the past ten. months, unum IUB twm. o already naeutioaed, is on a five ness. _.__i_.., -._i___L While the he'adimarters of the new department are in Montreal it Is the DeThe volume of coal business han-! months' iurloigh. U ron to gir, prTeT intention "-ere received for MS cars how much you love her! John Cook' ity department coal. Dlapepsln" for Sour Aold Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time it' In five minutes all atom- nch. distress will go. NO indigestion. heartburn, sourness or belching of gas acid or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomachs. It IB the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion remedy in the whole world and besides it is harm- less. services oj1 an experienced lumberman and, later a traveler, with the result that business had largely increased. During the last three months Co cars of lumber had been handle I. Considerable growth ment is reported in the live stock busi- ness. The total volume of business bandied in the 13 months was liogg, cattle, 659 sheep to a total value of There was a fall- ing off In the number of hogs handled in the previous year due to the great from any stomach "misery. reduction in the amount of hogs han- Pleaae for your sake, get a large died in the province, fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin! The building program of the 1916 from any drug atore and put your season consisted of 19 elevators, 3 stomach, right Don't keep on being warehouses, 2 engine rooms and of- is too are ficeis 40 coal sheds and Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without know Pape's Diapepsin will save them mt of flour handled waa ul 5S cars. The reason for', Cane Holies, after the exploit referred R. J. C. STEAD IS GIVEN HIGHER POST IN C. P. R. this was that the local merchants to the enemy trenches, Calgary, Nov. J. C. Stead has been appointed genera! pub- of the new department __ ___ Ub, IIL'UV Ul Lliw "w.. lvas first in the foot, and an1 of colonization and development of hour afterwards seriously in the head the Canadian Pacific- raihvay, the Seattle Man Chose -.His Own i Casket and Built' Mausoleum SOmtJ liul-" mmiMiitua m me iiv.iu with a kigh explosive shell. He has been headquarters of which are in Montreal and the head of which is J. S. Dennis, who left for that city on Tuesday. "raxp'lvcil for cars of' how much you love her! John UOOK ity aepanmeui. ui coa, SJep7 Tad al4 been taken to of Baltimore, has invented a is admitted, the most effective work develop the lumber end of the DusUjPlnk rose. can be done, ness, which up to last summer had been in an unsatisfactory state. In spite of promises from the mills it seemed impossible to get prompt shipments. Material was also in many cases poor, causing dissatisfac- tion. The company has now engaged the Seattle, Nov.. hundred nnd five men, wonien and children attend- ed the funeral this afternoon of Henry Slmrpnackl 2711! Thirteenth avenue South. After tho services at the Crown Hill.cemetery; whore tho.body was placed: In mausoleum built uu- dor Sharpnack's supervision wud painted by hands, the 105 re- ceived cash for''their'services. No Tears-Shed There were no tears, according to Manager J. B. Drummy of the Bonney- Watsou company, but each mourner expressed a sincere "thank as tho silver dollar was placed in his or her bund. The mourners wore supplied by the city free employment bureau, charitable organizations, and wero designated in many instances by Seattle ministers. Sharpuack's body was placed in a solid concrete mausoleum about seven feet square, with an aperture 32 Inches wide and 28 inches deep provided for the casket. Tho roof'is of imitation shingles, painted red. The door is comprised of two separate inner slabs of concrete and an outer slub of mar- ble, ou which is carved the gates ajar, and the following inscription: "H. Sbarpnack, June 2s, blank to be filled in with the date of his death, Nov. 5, pain of I death is paid, labor and sorrow cease, and lifelong warfare closed at last. His soul is now at peace." Chose His Own Casket The funeml sermon was preached by the Rev. W. A. Major, Presbyterian minister. Sharpnack's will left an es- tate of to relatives and friends. Sharpuack personally gave orders for the employment of the mourners on October 30 last, IS months after he had personally selected his casket and made other funeral arrangements. VESSELS SUNK WITHOUT WARNING London, Nov. ves- sels have been sunk without warning by submarines from May 5 to Novem- ber S, according to an admiralty an- nouncement, which adtis that as a re- sult of this 140 lives were lost. Of the total. 26 were British bhlps, tbe loss of which claimed lives. The French lost two ships, with two lives, nd the Norwegians three vessels with he loss of one life. A. oyw a j in oyiic UL LUC vuusiuctauif home anyway. Should one of your fam- larger amount of money that was re- Ily eat something which don't agree quired to finance tbe company's busi- them, or in case of an attack of during the past season than the indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or present year, comparatively little dif stomach derangement at daytime or '-during the night, it is handy to give the surest relief Advertisement. ficulty was experienced --la securing the necessary finances, this being largely due to the assistance received from the Grain Growers' Grain Co. PRIDE To the young man who takes a pardonable pride in his appearance, we present this particular Fit-Reform Overcoat, We will make it, to order if you as we will make any Fit-Reform style to your individual measure. Ask us about the Fit-' Reform Special Order Department. 168 McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRlDGE weather overcoats, one THE GREAT Cl-pTKIERS OF THE GREAT WEST Colder to-morrow! Be ready. Order one of these stylish, comfortable ulsters. BXCLU'SIVE AGENTS THE "2" M'S McKELVIE KIRKHAM BLOCK McGUIRE Now! Thousands of men in every city and town in the Dominion insist on wearing Fit-Reform or 20th Century Clothes And for a very good reason; with standards shifting; with a tendency everywhere to nibble away one.thing that enables aniai. to buy his.clothes is the "LABEL" of a maker who for something definite; for. materials of better .quality; for workmanship witli of fit; for a full Dollar's equivalent whether you pay For Your; Suit or Qvercoat -f See These Better Clothes at mm THETM'S Southern Alberta's Greatest Clothing House Klrkham Block Lethbrldge ;