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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta srcviiN NOVKMHEH 4, Wfi Cleaning the steps, either wood or stone, is a lot easier if you use Old Dutch GRUESOME FIND MAY EXPLAIN AN OLD LAKE MYSTERY Discovery of Human Skulls Recalls Strange Tragedy of 1868 (From the Toronto When the discovery of the remains of several human beings on Griffith's Island, noar Owen Sound, Out., become -known recently, the logical explana- tion seemed to be that the remains were those of Indians. On further examination, however, new facts de- ON EVE OF EXPECT Till Associated Bomrd of Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. for local Examlnallons in FAT80N His Majesty He liig. Music Examinations 1.917 Open lo Ihe Pupils ol Teickeii of Minie. The Annual KrHtiilnaHona ID Practical Music and Theory will lie held throughoiil. in May and June. An examin- itlSn in Theory onli mil be held November nth application 10 be mnde by October lit 1916. An exhibition value about offered annually also 3 Gold niul a Silver Medals. Syllabus, Music for the cxamiiiationsatid all particulars may be obtained on oppliot- tion to H. WARIKG RAVIS. 777 Shaler Street. Mwlretl. (Resident Secreliry Itr Canada.) Pairnts and Teachers wishing to enter their pupils for these cxainlnnllons should communicate with tlie Secretary at once ami Wvc Ihcir names placed on mailing list. 8 velop, and it may be passible tha more mystery lies back of the skele ton "find" than was at first supposed. H. G. Tucker has made quite a study in phrenology, and on examining the Bkulls he is thoroughly convinced that the skulls are not those ot Indians, but of white men. Mr. Tucker saw only three skulls, and his theory of the matter leads back to a mysterious disappearance that occurred about for- ty-elght years ago, over which the whole country waa aroused. Tills was the White Cloud Island mystery. Captain Charles Fothergill of Dei- hy, owned a sawmill in White Cloud Island, and in tile fall of 1808 he started for tliat island in a sailboat with the Intention of paying the wages of his mill hands with some in cash -which he had received from the sale of a farm. The weather was good and he had induced a number of his frionds to make the voyage with him. Those were George Brown, postmaster of Owen Sound; John Rob- inson, a gentleman from the southern States, and Charles Kennedy, an in- valid sailor. The boat was seen to pass Big Bay with another sail boat following close behind, and many af- terwards believed that this second boat contained outlaws, in pursuit of the party, .which was never again. To reach White Claud Island a boat would pass right by this southwest corner of Griffith's Island, where the skeletons were unearthed, and if It is true that the Fothergill party were the victims of foul play, the most convenient place for the concealment of.tho crime would bo this very point, llr. Tucker thinks this a niOBt prob- able explanation. Chicago, Nov. the Presi- dential election only a few daye off the result remains In doubt. Political managers marvel at this. It is a sit- uation reflecting unsettled conditions which have not obtained since when Grovor Cleveland defeated Ben- jamin Harrison, Republican, for Presi- dent. In accordance with custom the cam- paign managers of both leading part- ies are claiming victory; conservative observers on both sides of the poli- tical foiice, however, say that the sit- uation affords no justification for such claims. The outcome is Illtoly to be determined in the remaining days ot fighting, and both parties are preparing for a whirlwind finish. One thing scsms certain: There either Wilson or Hughes, logether with the voting strength of the thir- oeeu states classed us doubtful: Kor Wilson For Hughes................... Doubtful Total s'f ccseary to a choice, Claimed tor WliBon ana Hugnes Here is a list of Slates, with llicii electoral vote, which are claimed foi Wilson and not seriously contested by the Republican For Wilson 12 Montan iVashlngton Wast Virginia Wyoming y Totals 21 In every one e decided by the woiuon. Wisconsin, too, the Republicans are a small majority. But conditions In that slate are so iniid-j lied that evidently the latest. Repnb-j lean forecast is based on little more ban past performances. Ohio has not been given up elllirely as lost by the Republicans, but it la admitted that the mitlook In the Buck- eye state favors Wilson. Indiana, on the strength of surface ndications, is claimed by the Hepub- icans, but the Hoosler state can never be stowed away until after the vote IBS been counted. .1. Frank Hanly, he Prohibition candidate for Presi- dent is'a native of Indiana, for whose nomination over William Sulzer Tbo- nas Taggart, the Democratic boss ot the Hoosler state, is vaguely credited n the Renublican mind. It is feared by the Republicans that Hanly will Iraw heavily from the Republican strength among the farmers in Indi- ana. One of the peculiar features of the campaign is the doubt regarding Utah. The Republicans believe that the situ- ation In that state favors Hughes, but admit that they have a hard fight on their hands in a state which ill 1912 showed its staunch Rcpublieauism by being the only one to keep Vermont company in the Tuft, column. The election in the Mormon state is com- plicated by a factional fight among the Republicans anil a fight tor State- HER FEEL YEARS YOUNGER Milwaukee. Nov. knows, no years." is the comment of -Mrs. fin- lone Mansek, mother of a bouncing baby girl 8- -vears nse' eloped four years ago with Albert Mansek, who was then 25 years old. Nov. 11 Nov. 21 Canada to Great Britain Excellent service large twin-screw steamers. MONTREAL-GLAS- GOW SAILINGS. CASSANDRA ATHENIA Prepaid tickets from Scotland is- sued at lowest rates. For rates and other information apply to any rail- road or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H E LIDMAN, General Agint, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 B.C. 531 Granvllle St. wide prohibition which almost ob- scures the PrAMeutlal fight- Drink Hot Water Before Breakfast Says You Really Feel Clean, Sweet and Fresh Inside, and are Seldom 111- If vuu are accustomed to wake up wtn'a coated tongue, foul breath or a dull, dizzy headache; or. if your meals sour ami turn into gas and acids, yon have a real surprise anait- Tomorrow morning. ImuieiMataly muii ininn arising drink a glass 01 scures the PrAWeutlal fight. wrier with a teaspoonful of limestono .Minnesota, too, is now claimed by te in it is intended to the Republicans. The state gave its neutralize and then wash out of liver, kidneys and me republicans. The slate g---- electoral vote to Roosevelt in Prior to that it had always gone R- publican in a Presidential fight. The peace sentiment among the Scandina- vian voters who control that state might swing it to Wilson, but the greater likelihood seems to be that It will give its twelve electoral votes to Hughes. North and South Dakota are claim- ed bv both Democrats and Republic- ans Wilson carried North Dakota and Roosevelt South Dakota in In North Dakota the Farmers' Alliance is said to control the political situa- tion This organization has refrained from taking a stand on the Presiden- tial election. The Democratic cam- paign managers regard this as favor- able. It so happens, however, that the head of the alliance is also head of the Republican Committee. The Republican mauasers, who at certain stages of the campaign havn been ner- vous regarding North Dakota, claim lo have received assurances recently, that the state is safe for Hughes. A recently patented'combined type- writer table and chair fold together to form ft cover for a machine and to economize floor space first n_ votir stomach, "thirty feet of intestines, all the indi- gestible waste, poisons, sour bile and toxins, thus cleansing, sweetening and purifying the entire alimentary canal, Those subiect to sick headaches, backache, bilious attacks, constipation or any form of stomach trouble are ur-ed to get a quarter pound of lime- stone phosphate from the drug store and begin enjoying this morning in- side bath, it is said that men and women who try this become enthu- siastic and keep it up daily. It Is a splendid health measure for it Is more important to keep clean .and pure on the inaide than on the outside, because the skin pores do not absorb Impurir ties into the blood, causing dUeaae, while the bowel pores do. The principle of bathing inside is t not new, as millions of people practice it Just as hot water ano soap cleanse purify and freshen the skin, 80 hoi watei anfl j. teaspoonful ofjlmestine phosphate act on the stunrtch, liver, kidneys and bowels Limestone phos- phate is an mexpensrve white powder and almost tasteless D. Htflnbotlu am H Co Md, Druggists, Uthbrldfe, ertisemenU ;