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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE i-RTiinnrnoR DAILY" MONDAY. NOVEMRKn 0. HtfC PAGE TEN Old-Time Miner of the West One of Big Personalities oi the Present War McDonald a small black mils he's as "Scotch as oatmeal, u, picc. Tlu-y rtwnel sr ktln man in tlie bi, army I Canada has sent over to tight or the mother country. General Sir bam It nai been said ot that not >uraid of any man and ver; "w vroiaon." His home is ,n the proat "Tor' "Foghorn" came over as a prl- va e bimsef just two short years.ago. some oi his home folks told him he la? a ''darned old fool" to enlist at o. Bn- -Foghorn" had been a miner a davflle had hit tie western trail from Sunbaked Batopllas in the wilds Mexico to the snow shrouded of the Youkon, and he knew perseverance and pluck and courage and sacrifice could do. Becomes a Major He knew he would this latest-promotion, an toasted a major 01 his forces. 1 he was majesty's 0-Vc5horn" was born Xeil Roderick McDonald, hut there are comparative- lv few who know him by that distin- uished name- It's Plain 'Tog- 'w.'-'riil in which he ll'is lived: and lu1 i as a wav of calling a superio.- olficor l-Diil" or "Jim" or "George, am to a corivor.il as a Imnlu'- officer" that is quite baffling to Fnglislmiau's idea of discipline. Some- one spoke to "Fog" about it. Has a "Hoss" well, sir." he explained, "it's man s war bv God. sir and I respect every mother's son who's out there doing ins ibit. I was a full fledged "buck my- selt once, and I kuow what they liavo to OT though." "Fogliorn" has been serving for some time as transport oSlicer oi the "Black Devils" and has been about the front lines on what he des- cribes himself as "a mighty ho" Where he got the horse he will not'tell you. "It wbuldnt be passed by tries to make the deficiencies good us quickly as he can. "Foghorn" had his men m the Black Devils trained to the min- ute in that respect. "One he said, "we were las- ing some "loads of ammunition away This store excels again mis isxt" I The Ladies' Store Phone 453 -612-3rd Ave. S. In Hosiery and Gloves, mon' of these assortments, you'll find prices most atln.rt.ve, for res were put mi i" every case possible, consequently prices are a quaitu to f third less than present actual values. Underwear Prices that are Close to Normal ....-I- I t _ _ J. up in front. It was blacker s: SoTou? i the midst of all this blackness t low rock .hlverins voice explodes doubt as to derivation of nty of Germansvho the nickname, sre ut fcnow "Foghorn" too. In the days of ihe dcatm. deadlock, when trenches crept closer and closer together, he one of those -who neath the earth and s iniues under the enemy. been a mining engineer in vain. Often his voice would go booming across No Han's Land" hurling picturesque In- vcetiva a: the Germans. A Black Devil Not to know "Foghorn" McDonald is to miss one of the big human person- of this -war. It is not dimcult to realize what a tower of encourage- atp strength he is to the soldiers officer whose men -rr-M his '.o the gates of hell and sai'n ia declared "Eddie" Holland, a long tiir.e and the shelling we were getting, 1 heard one of my men say to his part- ner- "Keep yoar eye out for a good boss. Bill, this ought to be a good night to get one." ;er together, he ni-nnl F Trt ,o burrowed be ULJ IJ L j set off great! KM f I f M iv He had not I LUI L.U I W Regina, Sask-. Nov. Ladies' Vnion Suits High or low neck. Heavy cotton. Ladies' Vnion Suits Low neck, short sleeves, fine cotton in good winter welsht. i ..ajos' Union Suits Sixty per cent, wool Boautiful soft quality. Lous or short sleeves. Ladies' Union Suits Seventy per com. wool. Excellent. Hue parincnts. Special value. Children's Fleeced Sleepers Soi- Very warm ami "oc. .SlIC. Two to I on year size: cosy. Splendid to wear. Children's- Union Suits -1U.T5, S-'.OO and Full Hinge of sizes. L'll to Wnto and natural colors in various qualities. Babies' Finest AVool Vests up to 7oc Pure-.wool and silk wd wool. Biittonetl down front and Heubcn Girls' -.Vests and Drawers 75c. Spl.OO -V wondei-fuliy coniplfle selection 111 several grades including pure wool gar- ments, white MVllsl iwh'.al. Also cotton mixtures. Sizes up to 32. O. S. I'nion Suits. and P.WO Sizes 10 ami extra O. S. In various qualities. Ladies' Vests and Drawers Special value at the price. White or natural color. Ladies' Fleeced Tests and Drawers Extra heavy weight. Natural color only. Ladies' Fine Wool Vests and Drawers Very fine quality. Soil, fino wool. Un- Hosiery and Gloves to Suit Your Every Need LADIES' CASHMERE HOSIERY. 50c, 75c, "Oc Sl.CO and SI.15. From the cheapest 10 the best each value the obtainable. Children's Cashmere Hose. 30c, 35c. 40c. 45c, oCc, OOc and 75c. Tin 00 complete new in plain and fint rib-, Sizes u to inches. Various qualities Ail exceptional Maid Glove Siik Hose. Colors black, white, sky. pint, maize, heno etc. Ladiss' Wool Gloves 35c, 45c, 50c, and up to 65c. White, black, grey, navy, cardinal, etc. Children's Wool Gloves, 30c, 35c, 45c and up to 6Cc. White, grey, brown, navy, red, etc. Ladies' Wool Lined Gloves, 51.50 and 51.65. Pine -Mocha, srey and tan. Finest Dress Gloves. Dent's and Trefiause. S1.S5 and ?1.90. Try a Gossard Front Lacing Corset s-v Wear j they Lace In Front Now made in Canada and one third less than you used to iiay for the same models on account of the elimination of the duty. Tins is the only high grade front lacing corset made in Canada and consequently is lower in price than even inferior grades. A style for every figure at a price ;uit every purse. to Gossard Corsets Slight figure models. Sizes up to L'li. Gossard Corsets, and Slight ami moderately full figure models. Sizes up to 30. Gossard Corsets and Slight and full figure models in various qualities. Sizes up to 3_. Gossard Corsets 55.50 and Medium and full figure models in perfect fitting styles. Splendid val- ues. ON FRIDAY LAST WE SOLD OUR LAST PLUSH COAT BUT THIS MORNING WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL NEW LOT JUST TO HAND BY THE WAY THE FIFTH REPEAT ORDER OF THE SEASON- AND A SPLENDID VARIETY OF THESE POPULAR GAR- MENTS IS NOW READY FOR YOUR SELECTION. t Handsome. Plush Coats Plain and fur trimmed. Sizes up to 42. Wonderful values at ami j AN EXPERIENCED CORSETIERE TO FIT YOU IF DESIRED. in Saskatchewan not be closed in until the people have declared their will at the coming referendum Prem- ier Martin declared this morning. DISCHARGE SOAHD Declaring that Evangelist "Billy" Sunday is p-eaching Christ with iden- tically the same lecture that Robert G. Ingersoir used in preaching against friid. and 'a "V-. C. African war: of the South ar: --.n of he added. "th--3 may or mar not he something in ia :nct th.a; Foshorn belongs to DISCHARGE SOAKD u. mgereou Ottawa was' Christ, Dr. Eugene R. Schippen, pas- ade tonight by Lieut.-Col. Thompsou, wr o, tnc First Unitarian church of edical superintendent to the military -a Wtter ar. hospitals commission, that a dischars board to examine convalescent sold iers who are eligible for pension will be appointed in each unit of the mili- tary hospitals commission. For Man- Detroit, entered upon1 a bitter ar-1 raignment 'of revivals in general at the opening session of the 41st annual conference. T. II. Tweedie, M.P.P.. and W. A. 01 lllc -ilsl .lllim'u i, in. 1 nccln... D, Schippen aiso Buchanan ;hii is tie name the Germans have eighth battalion- Canadian Galloway, T Yancouver Harbor. iKADB of Canada and the United States with the Russian port of Vladivos- growing rapidly, and present prospssa indicate that it will in tha, Inture assume huge proportions Most of the Canadian and a good deal of the United States trade Is con- ducted through Vancouver harbor, Ifc-bich though naturally a splendid one is being improved to meet tho accumulating requirements of the Pacific commerce. Already many Millions of dollars have been spent :by the Canadian Faclnc Railway Com- tiany for the equipment of this great Pacific port and now the great trans- jortation concern is about to make au outlay of in Improving Its wharves. Further development, plans are in view. an'! the company Is in- the happy position of being able to deal with Import and eiport traffic Independent of any other concern. As a consequence of the building up of Us interests in Vancouver, In TiAW of the fact that the company has a very large fleet of trading ves- sels on the FaclBc, It is in a situation to deal with the new trade develop- ments of the Dominion with Russia, at the same time continue to handle the gigantic Oriental trade yith Its customary promptitude. United States business men are at present sending agents to explore the commercial circles of Russia, with a view to securing a market for Amen- ran goods, and also for the purpose of purchasing some of the products which Russia can export, and which are very necessary on this continent. Keen observers In the United States eeize on the present as an opportune time for extended trade wltb Russia via Vladivostok. It Is with a view towards the greater development of trade with Russia that the Canadian Pacific Hallway appointed Jlr. A. R. Owen as their general agent at Vladivostok. Mr. Owen will look after the great of tra-Tlc that the C.'P. R. Is hardline to and from Russia, and he also look Into the..possibilities Increasing trade between Russia Canada and the United SUtu. Mr from ;-i Dllciianiiii, ..i.r i i i Bow JCity where they spoke at a big j meeting 'last evening'in the interests ot "'the Patriotic Fund. meeting was I held in connection with the regular church service. In the- morning a meet- 'ing was held at Burdock school and in the afternoon at Midway school. i On Saturday evening, when it was found that Messrs. Buchanan and Twedie were going to remain at Lomond over night. a crowd was collected in the pool hall and a fine meeting for the fund was held. Next Sunuay evening those two gentlemen are to speak in connection v-ith the regular church service at Lomond and it is likely a meeting will he held at Kinnondale or Forestvilie i in the afternoon. The Patriotic Fund I will get much more generous support in the northern part of the Taber riding tills year than last year. Ener- I getic committees will get to work thoroughly canvas the farmers. The crop in this country is good and the farmers are prosperous. Many new I homes are being built. Seventy-five per cent, of the threshing has been j rf i done and a surprising amount of land lias been summer fallowed and fall I plowed. The acreage in crop nerrt 1 year will bo heavier than last year. presented the Crown Prince with To Drill in Southern Field on Larger Scale than Ever the revenue c expect iu "u next spring on a larger scale than was the announcement made this moruiue by 0. (i. DcveuWi. man- iging director of United Oils, who It now in the south making an extensive. of the Held with Barniim Brown, the noted geolosist from New Mr. Brown went out on an- other tour today, Mr. Devenish re- maining in the city. Seen bv the "Herald Mr. Devenish expressed' the greatest optimism over the outlook and is quite satisfied that the drill will yet reveal a great oil field in Southern Alberta. The indi- cations in the developments to date have been very good, and compared with the time required to locate oil In other fields Alhorta has done very lit- tle as vet. Mr.Devenish believes hat when the field is brought in it will he enormous in size and Lethbridse will benefit greatly from the discovery. In the last fiscal year Canada impmted jo enormous. Regarding the proposal to pipe thi. "lis from the Foremost field to w In- line" Heglua and other eastern cit- 'ies Dovenish M-ould make .nil statement. He believes, however, that will eventually be used more mi-civ in the west than at present that it will not Interfere with the 'cvflopment of Alberta's coal re- sources. Mr Devenish also expressed the be- lief that artesian wells may be found all over the country southeast of the ,ity which will result in better homes being established by the farmers. The United Oils have the honor of discov- ering the first artesian well in the Foremost district. Major J. S. Gllker, .n fiv.m Calgary, first reporte.1 missing, is now said to be dead. The Chatham magistrate 1C ''..id a fine of JLOO on William Patcaet'., who appeared before him as a As a result of Premier Martin's ap- peal for tlireshing, labor in Sask., T M. Molloy, head of the bureau of la- bor went out to Culiar as a harvester for a farmer in that district; S. Oll- vr secretary of the statistics branch, and F. fitzpatrick, game guardian, go to Tugaske as harvesters: F. Brad- sliaw, chief game warden, goes to Cu- par as a harvester: M. f. TtiHis, seed inspector, is also going threshing. i'r'this amount could be produced ir Bird's eye-new of great Pacific port. Owen, having spent a number of years in the Bast, is familiar with he conditions there, and he has a wide knowledge of commercial affairs on this continent. He spent the first flve years of his business career m various departments of the company n America, and he is in close touct with the leading manufacturers and merchants In the larger centres oj tussla and will be glad to look after tie interests of any Canadian export- desiring to samples with m esr be Russian firms of importers. United States concerns are very much alive the growth of the trade with Russia via Vladivostok, Cinada might secure good a bus! nesn this port for an exchange of as this country has already with Australia New Zea and. Russia is a country which needs much development, ts well as he introduction of modern machln- ery and modern methods In handling her produce. Her progressive trade Kltb the. United States anil Canada will spread Industrial education, obliterate antiquated methods and introduce new ones, and find a mar- Iret for a big quantity of Russian goods which heretofore went to waste. Russia has. Iwen oxportins! some- thing like JfD.IXW.IXXl worlh of eggs annually, but If she hid proper 75 frigeratr.r storage for eggs before quantities of eggs are rendered use- ess for commercial purposes In Kus- sla because there are few refriger- ators there. In the matter of meat preservation a similar difficulty exists Tills shows that there is a big market for refrigerators In Rus- sia just now. Reports indicate that there Is also a big demand in that country for electric plants, and for rubber footwear. The Russians are preparing for the rush back to busi- ness after the war, and need tools for their factories, new rails for their exteudeS railroads, and new labor saving devices that have already been; used advantageously on the Ameri- can continent. The war brought about an Increas- ed number of vessel callers at Vladi- vostok, and many improvements: have been made In that harbor. Warehouses have been built, storage In Five Minutes! No1 Dyspepsia, Heart- burn or Any Stomach Misery. areouses yards enlarged, and branch tracks from the main railway Hues connect- ed with the wharves. Dredging of: the waterfronts Is also being carrleaj out as never before, so that the larg- est of ships may Ciller their berths in. the greatest comfort. The country. Is rapidly developing her wMnraa, and the unique opportunity of trad- ing with her now after the yrar should be availed of by and American .firms, who will hcaeM themselves and their country by trad- Sour, gassy, upset stomach, mdtg- tion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the food you eat ferments into gases and stubborn lumps; your head anhes and you feel sicll and.' miserable, Uiat_s when you realize Iho magic in Papes Diapepsin. It makes all stomach mis- ery vanish in five minutes. If your stomach is in a continuous you can't get it regulated, please, for your sake, try Pape's Dia- pepsin. It's so needless to have a bad your next meal, a favorite food meal, then talie a little Diapepsin. There will not be any dis- .without fear. It's, because Pape's Diapepsin "really does" rcgu late weak, out-of -order stomachs, that gives it its millions of sales annually Get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. It is the quickest, surest stomach relief am cure known. It as'.a almost like magic is a harmless and pleasant stomach preparation which ffiwrauir storage for eEEs before stomach preparation which MWnta MtVlrJt W We have discontinued ouir grojWy department and'have 6tv hand a qiumiity- ol isehold Flour which'wo will sell at Wholesale Price Delivered WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. Third Avenue South ;