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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ire 8 K MvTmtHin.Gr DAILY Saturday, October In Cat- Load Lots or Small Orders. PROMPT DELIVERY. TO KCZKMA SUFFER KKS ;i Wo would not recommend rcm- Vdy' (or Kcze.mn. I'sorllisls, or nny oth- er trouble with the skin, unless we knew that -H scientifically com- pounded, thai Us ingredients could not possibly hiirm most dclicnte :lll. and llllll it would Sive We Ir.ivi' many remedies In our store and moke It "audio ..UK- ttmsp tint can be ivlied npoti, recommend tho ix Dry harming Congress U Proscription for BcKoma to all TIME AT SALT LAKE lorm oi luiow what pt-rsoiKilly 1 JOHNSON BLOCK Phones 1342 an.1 1116 P. O. NOTICE ore prepared to conduct Auction Sales of scription in city or country. Will be' pleased to be given n stare patronage, which will be gu-qn strict attention H. GALVIN CO, Phone 1425, Balmoral Block. J-AS. B. AUCTIONEER. II. U. I'roscriii iour who Iwivi- any 'skiu 'trouble, bccaure w jit will do. Wo can vou !for ihe uierlls of the U. If you want reli'.'l luat 'torturing, itchy Kra-nr.l or wnuid liSc- '10 have your face freed Iron ulioV-ii- blotches and i.imi'K-J let us U'll vou I'bout this D. D. P. i the wonderful O. f. U- thai 'It, used with It. Kemembcr, we know ihe D. u. will five you instant rc- "a'cUer call today and I.-I us toil.you luovo about this wonderful ivmcu.v i 'Or sit down at one" an-1 wi 'D. D. D. Laboratories. L icolborne street, Toronto, lor trial bottle. i Alberta Urus Book Co., -.1: for Lsthhrldge the 11.. 4S i tret- Excursion on its Way Home (From Herald's Own Reporter.) Provo. Utah, Oct. The Dry Farming Congress special arrived at Provo si ten this morning. They will be enlci-talrtcd at lunch at Sail Lake by the Salt L.liio Commercial Club, with organ recital at two o'clock. Party entertained yester- day at Gieiiwcori Springs and Gra.'id Junction by Comhiercial and civic officials. Special pronciinced all along the line the greatest advertising stunt ever put on. SHOT MAKKKTS OUT BREAK AT Church" of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints-Sunday School 10.30 a.m. at Knights ot Pythias Hall. Filth St. First Baptist Chureh-Ilev. A. Le- vitt pastor. Sunday services 11 a.m. 30 p.m. Adult Bible Class at P 15 F Dlinlop, teacher. Sunday- school and'Bible Class 3 p.m. Mid- I week service, Wednesday at p. ra. A. cordial Invitation is extended to all. Wesley T. P. Perry, pastor will preach at the morning ser- vice, subject "Methodist Work and in Mission Lauds. In Fixtures Shaifas and General Kepairs W. L IMenzie Co. ELECTRICIANS 700 ird Ave. S. Phone 637 Workers evening C. K. Calhomi. socrefary of the Y. Jl. "he international preach- suliioct, "The Two -Ways. lundav school ami Adult. Bible class 3 pjii. 51r. Khviul Jamiesoi) will at the evening service.- St. Cyprian's Church Corner Sth avenue and llth GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Oc'v. wheat opened 102, closed 10, l-S: Novem- ber opened 3-S, closed 100 1-1; De- icemlier opened 7-S, closed !'7 7-S; JMay, old, opeirad 102 S-S. closed 102 '1-2; May, new, opened 101 3-1, closed 7-S. opened 44 3-8. closed 45: November opened -I- 1-2, closed -t2 3-4: December opened I Struck Cruiser on Which Prince of Wales Serves London, Oct. has leaked out of a seiiKulioaal incident which occurred at Portsmouth on Tucsilny Uvlien tin' ImUleshh" Hindustan on i v.-liich the i'rincc of Wales js serving, I was struck uy n shot from'her sister i ship Colossus, while engaged in lat- gel practice. The. Hindustan was stationed near the turgct- to note lliu fffcet of I lie when during slighl mis! a six-pound shell from UIB plunged ahuard the after- deck, lieing plugged the shell was harmless after flilling. narrowly liiisseil a seaman. FALL TREATMENT OF CUT WORMS 1'2' -10 j 3-S, closed -13 1-1. open-1 (My r.'. Gordon As cutworms have done serious 1 ed 232 1-2. closed 231; November open-1 damagt- ill many parts of Atherta, Jed 222, dosed 223; December opened'particularly throughout the southern I'ekin, Oct. 31. There was little; 21S portion of-the province, during .the news riTt-ived loday to reassure the WINNIPEG :Northern p.lsj Scas0n, it is important that pro- guvenmicut or relieve the general. a northern 119, 3 Northern S5 3-4, No. 4 I measures now adopted, as fueling oi uneasiness. Missionaries in 5 55 14. NO. ii 77 1-1, Peed as js so ns to lessen tlie this province have been warned by j vo 3-1. 2 C. W. 44, No. 3 of in 1912. students that llira will lie a 42, No. 1 Feed 42. 2 Feed 3d. t.iomiry ouilirea': near Pekin louior-i 3 51 1-3, No. 4 61. Reject- 'row. Considerable credence is attach-' fd 55, Feed 50. Flax-No. 1 N, W. cd to the warninc as similar advance 230. mior-uatia-, reached missionaries atj American Markets p" r o (he rising there. MrNNKAPOLIS-December opened 111 closed 111 1-4; May opened ila trouhle is brewing, m 1 :ea n_ U6 4, closed 115 7-S. opened 101 4 closed, 102 o-S; .May opened 106 wii C'han Kvidcntlv Tsin, as a U-lrgram irom there con-... tains Yamen of ominous statement that, Viceroy at Si Nan, tal oi Shan Tung province, has been; burned. Consular reports iron' Chan" which has been isolated for! is! 3-S, closed 106 7-S: July opened 1110 l-S, closed 3-S. W. K. DOBBIN- 20 and wngons. with" drive; c, either liundle- rack-j or grain Wag- es per day. anti board. Gail at my office or ai my outfit souiiicsst of iCoble 2 1-2 mil3s. Athletic Park J. C. IliUU'ahan HAY, GUAIX FEED WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL. pasl TO RENT A or ground floor of- fice, in the Sherlock FIRE- PROOF Building. Every con- venience. Rent low. Also a warehouse 37 x 38 on Wood Street, near Redpath. Apply R. E. SHERLOCK 487. Sherlock Building. Winnipeg, Man., Oct. the weather is forbidding the torch- light procession and the illumination of the city hall in honor of Trafalgar Day will be carried through tonight, without change. Auction Sale OF Horses and Cattle ON Tuesday, Oct. 24 AT 1 O'COCK AT J. A. SMITH'S SALE BARN 327 3rd Avc., rear of Standard Garage One span mares in foul, 7 and 8 yours old; weight 1300 Its. 1 mare 10 years old, sup- posed to be in foal, I heavy draft gelding, 8 years old, weight 1500 ibs. 1 fancy driving team of reg- istered mares, rising 4 years old, broken. 1 heavy draft gelding, 1 years old. i mare, years old, broken. 1 geldinK, Mamiltonlan ris- ing 3. years old, broken. f I pony maro. If, choice.'dairy-cowi ;Hiid. hclfm. St. Andrew's Church-Corner street and 7th avcnua north. Sunday services, 8.30 r-n... Rev. A. M, Gordon. 730 p.m., U H. Wilta- ul" rector Y. II. C. A. Sunday school at 530 Everyone lieartily welcome, i St. Paul's First Lutheran !At' the home of KoV. C. Grant, .1309 '6th'avenue south. Sunday school at '230 am. October, 'A no .star-will preach at Warner Knox Church 'in'-ter Rev -V M. Gordon. Sunday U a.m. and 7JM> p.m. Sunday I school and.Bible class 3 p.m. Guild every Monday evening at elEht. All cordially welcome. I First Church of Christ (Scientist! Services, Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m Sunday School 1.2.10 p. m., sub- ject Wednesday evening, Testimonial meeting at S o'clock. The Reading Room is open to everyone every day from 3 to 5 p. m.. All ser- vices are held in Royal Bank Block, and everyone is cordially invited to at- "church of Christ i in Kennedy's Kail, 13th Street North. Lord's Day at 10.30 a. in. Bible School, a m., Breaking of Bread, at S p..m.. at 630 18th SI. for Prayer and Praise. 'Fifth Avsnue Boptist Church, North C. B. JIcKlnnon. Pas-' ,r, Public Worship 11 a. m.. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School a.t 3 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday even- ing at 8 p. m. St Auoustin's Church of England- Corner Sth St. and Sad Avenue. Holy Communion at S a.ra. Matins 11 a.m. Choral Eucharist (1st Sunday) 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m.' Evensong '-30 nm Wednesday evening service at eight o'clock. Rev. 5. E. Mnrrell- Wright, rectory 212 Sth St. south. The Berean Bible School (Disciples) is held every Sunday at 3 p.m. at 51'2 5th street south. A cordial invitation a extended to both old and young to .ttond this school. A special invita- tion is given, to any persons, who have been c-onaectcd with churches of Christ Follow- ing the Bible study on Sunday, Oct. 1, M. 13. Ryan, evangelist for Alberta, will preach." Subject, "What does it mean to be a Choice expi to be the murder of Robert Forbes, a and heifers iahtnouse keeper on Pie Island, to good :y-five miles from Fort William, i 11 ENGAGED ON TRIAL TO VANDERBILT Mother of Boston Society Girl says the Young Couple's Experimental Troth Will Last Year. Newport, R. 1., Oct. Sterling Vandcrbilt and Miss Elenora Sears have ent'ored into a trial en- gagement to last for one year. This fa the announcement madc'by Mrti. Frederick R. Scars, of Boston, mother of tho young woman, society looks on with animated inter- est as having won the heart-of the younger son of William K. Vauder- lillt. The terms of the "trial engagement" says Mrs. confident, will not expire until, nttit. .summer, eo .Unit a I public announcement that tho couple 1 are engaged not considered likely Before the-time Is tip The-11101115 which develop from worms appear about two weeks after the Injury ceases, that is, in most .years during July or early August. On emerging they soon lay the eggs Iron; which the cutworms conic1. Sonic kinds oi cutworm eggs hatch ill late summer, others do not hatch.un- til spring. These clusters of eggs are laid on weeds of other succulent vegelation which may be nearby, or upon the remnants of crops. In or- der, therefore, to destroy us many us possible oi these unhatched eggs Clean, Dry Heat Clean, dry heat, with no smoke or odor and with no flying ashes or soot- that U what you get with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is the moil reli- able ind convenient heating device you can find. It is always ready for use. There are no pipes or fluei or wires to bother you. You can pick it up and take it wherever extra warmth is wanted. Every mechanical improvement that experience could wai tlready embodied in the Perfection Healer. This year we have tried to add to it> 'The drums are finished cither in turquoise-blue enamel or plain as you prefer; nickel trimmings; ai ornamental at it is indispensable to comfort. A automatic device abtolutely prercMl irnotag. AI! putt culy clnnecl. G.IU lout; Uatl nine Cool hhndle OAmper top. Onlen mwfywhtfe: or WT'M for diicrtptiin The Inperial Oil United sentiment tile one SAY THE'INDIANS MURDERED ANOTHER BLOW AT FARMERS OF WHEAT-GROWING CANADA No Market for Feed Wheat, of Which There are Such Vast From the Presi- dent of the Grain Growers Grain Co. line. Just thiak what this would mean on the 25 million bushels wo have to sell this year alone. The price at Fort William is now quoted at 45 cents, but this will drop out of sight when big quantities of wheat commence to go forward. Of course, you have to deduct tho freight rate from Alberta to Saskatchewan from tile 45 cents, and as the averago freight rate would be about 14 cents, you can see how little the farmers will receive. result of all this con- tinued Sir. Kennedy, "that we are searching for. European markets and the probabilities are we may be able to to Germany, but with is rendered possible and I would! Bngland wants of the big freight rate deducted you can 1 Is oit lelj him l.ioiil. :c of K. S. Woarfwmlh fc Co., :d Uvmcatbiir, we full bigge TatKA ttf.ai Ct., HI Cml cents per pound. SUCCEEDS PARENT _____ Ottawa. Ont., Oct. definite announcement is made today that K. E. Leonard, civil engineer, St. Catharines, win be chairman of the- National Transcontinental Railway Com- mission to succeed lion. S. W. Parent, who has resigned and thai. Senator Landray will be speaker of the Senate, t ing he was remanded for a week in of Canada at its next session tho children's court and the police an ttpl authorizing itHp construct will try and find out if this story is !u branch point at or near Har-. rowsby, southeasterly and southerly to int at. or near Hamiota Manitoba true. I came to Toronto thrc'a or four !a days says the lad. "1 started extending line from Winnipeg with two other boys construct the and we intended to get work at Fort William .or Port Arthur. We woro there a couple of days not get anything to do. The boys said they ware coming on to Toronto and I didn't want to go back home alone, no I came with them. We rode on freight cars and on cattle trains and got our passage down by fodlng the cattle for the mien." "NOBBY" WHITE HAD COMFORTABLE LEAD Vegrevllle, Oct. 21. The official count for the riding of Victoria has hen made, giving Wf'to a majority of 523 over Morrison and over Jackmin the farmer candidate. Mr. While teat Mr. Morrison by 25 in'the Conservative candidate's home town. which it Ing branch lin Ono tried to on Mr. Brady's nose as he was lighting his pipe and exploded- with a loud report, getting fire to a mattress. 'Mrs. Brady was badly burned trying to put it out and Mr. Brady was burned on tho face. Neighbors are afraid that the gain- line Jag habit will spread and 'ho town will to remain in darkneis. The duestion now is, How long does a gasoline Jag last? RIL MODY BumDBHjG, POWER Imptrfect lire common, .nd Bovrll shown under Mltntiflc teiti, to in A I Moil. bulld "P ;