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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHDRIDGE IHILY HERALD i', NOVEMBER. 0, 1910 Deralb Hiberta _ DAILY AND WEEKLY Daily, delivered, per week lOc Daily, delivered, per year ......55.00 Dally, by mail, per year ........S4.00 "Weekly, by mall, per year ......51.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to TELEPHONES Business Office 1252 Editorial Office 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Volco over the telephone: "How many 'electrical' voles In Evi- dently they have had a live wire elec- tion across thc lino. Decide now to moot the Patriotic Fund campaigners witii a happy smile and the biggest contribution you !mvi> yet made to the Patriotic Ktind. eiCKED UP IN SSINGCZZI TOR THE BUSY MAN U.S. The result of the prohibition cam- paigns in tlio T. S. indicate that Ca- nada and the States will soon lend tho world wao public school princi- seas, wheat wouldn't be selling at half pal iu Edmonton, is now a prisoner tlie prjce it js today. Pay your tribute in Germany. JQ power of Britain and the men to malntain lhat The Canadiar, cnuse power you will feel better. where rumor was circulated that With 52 wheat Southern 1 it had sunk Alberta Costa Rica. a German steamer off on the west by a dry B. C., and on the farmm win certalnly be generous to T ohy. east by a dry Saskatchewan, he now patriofic pund. Just them must facs a dry Montana, in addition ,he Tney are maje Of jjght. wlth British Medical Corps, and to a dry Idaho and a dry Washington ing themselves, for they stuck won the 'Military Cross, was given a across the border. To accumulate a through years, and they will sreat reception on his return home. real spree in Canada he would need tojbe fte first to re3pond to the neea for journey to Quebec or Yukon. Probably j M to ,oved ones of it ivill become popular now for the ihirsts to be quenched in Honolulu or Japan. It will not he long until the North American continent is narless and boazeless. at a meetin- Ottawa "b- GOVERNMENT DID THE RIGHT THING The government of Canada is to be fighting in France. [served that they sho.uld not be inilu- _______ enced by anything they saw in the The Calgary Herald in a criticism of local papers, "for it will be sure to the Toronto Globe says: "The wronS-" est of the Globe's more recent blun- FTed 15, of Tlllsonburs, ders was its attempt to lead the Lib- was perhaps fatally wounded, having eral party in the fatal reciprocity cam- been shot through ihe lung from a hich resulted in the overthrow M-riSe the home of Edward Bur- palgn, wh fte government... The Ca, footing commended for banning the Hearst gary Heraki has evidently forgotten papers from Canada. These papers u was a recjprocjty supporter, are not being kept out of this country Then agreement was first' John George Harry BiTigham, fifth because they are In sympathy with i u oniy changed its view Baron Clanmorris, died Saturday at Germany, but because they publish when itg party ieaders declared Gal" fictitious war news prejudicial to the allies. They have padded official war reports in order to damage Great Bri- tain. They have lied deliberately in sitlon to the pact. The Calgary Her- ald's memory is mighty short. Hon. A. E. Kemp advocates another) their desire to satisfy the appetites of intension in the life of parliament. In way, in 1852, and succeeded to the title on the death of his father in 1876, The engagement of Mrs. Mary Lilly fc flf fl M taeir German readers. Hearsts pa-jxovember 3.914, and ia June 1915, he Dnefcof 'the organizers of the Standard pers are so yellow that they are was One of those who advocated an Oil company, to former Judge Robert frowned upon by the better element of election. What has caused the mark- [Worth Bingham of Louisville. Ky., is the people of the United States. The ed change in his Evidently he announced. Mr. Flagler died allies have warm friends amongst the is afraid ot the verdict the people. ffr? newspapers oi the United States, and He 1 these papers publish the whole truth. They do not garble war reports. They r the government has tlie Tahie of which has been estimated the confidence of the people and at- tempts to force the Liberal party to tell the trutii, and that is all the allies j sanction its -weak and corrupt ad- Papers that falsify war news: minjstratjon by giving it a further and reconstruct official reports should'; iease not be allowed to circulate in country that they do their utmost to injure. And the next thing is 12 wheat. Isn't it about time school board can- didates were lining up? The testimony oi wounded Canadi- ans shows that Captain Chavasse, Royal Medicals, twin son of the Bish- op of Liverpool, received the Victoria Cross for work done amongst the Canadians; "It was terrible all a Canadian machine-gunner of sajs a. oaimumu ui 1 Captain Chavasse. "All the time he was at -work he was exposed to the enemy's fire. I saw him myself kneel- at Lieut. J. K. L. Ross, whose dona- tion of a new Tiring to the Royal Vic- toria hospital at Montreal, a memor- ial to his parents, which was recently opened by the Duke of Connaught, has just donated an additional increasing the accommodation (for public patients from 325 to 600. So keen on "doing his bit" in the great war was Patrick J. Burke, who was in charge of a government tug stationed at Port Nelson, theft he walked 100 miles in order to reach The Pas, and thence travelled to T-i T. 1 i J 1 ,3' T 1 0. Tnafe elected Its leading Jewish citi-: ing in a shell hole binding the wounds Winnipeg, where he signed up with zen as governor. There is nothing Of one of our poor chaps. He had to the Camerons, Pte. Burke is a na- narrow about Utah. work right against the enemy Hues." live of Cape Breton, N. S. Both "Wilson and Hughes were elect-: ed the minds of their campaign managers. Hearst papers denied the Canadian mails, says dispatch. No room for yelloiv in the. Canadian color scheme, Montana dry! Sweet Grass will shortly lose its attraction for Alberta Thirty thousand dollars! It's a lot of money but compared with the' sac- rifice of the women and children for wbom It is intended, a mere bagatelle. New Hampshire of rock ribbed Re- publican New England nearly burst Its traditions and went Democratic. TVe are accustomed to party majorities in the States running away into the hundreds of thousands, but little New Hampshire dropped down to a bare hundred. Minneapolis grain dealers are of tho opinion that allied buyers have bought up a big percentage of the U. S. vis- ible wheat supply. They are greatly exercised over the possibility of the allied nations having practically cor- nered the U. S. wheat supply. Evi- dently the co-operative purchasing plan ot the allies in proving too much tor U. S, wheat manipulators. TNSTEAD of depending upon alkali and grit, Ivory Soap relies upon purity, mildness and quality. Instead of making your skin red and rough, Ivory Soap leaves it soft, smooth and without the usual soapy feeling. SCENTS IVORY SOAP PURE Procter A Gambit Factories in nmutUH, Canada drop of nearly Igures. Dr. Felton, of Books, B.C., has been awarded the Military Cross. A boys' Canadian club has been tanned at Moose Jaw. George Maas, a Luuenburg, N. S., resident, died In Newfoundland, Orillia, a well-known hockey player, has been killed. The Ontario S. 3. Association con- vention next year will be held Chatham. W. J. Cunningham is the j Both narty leaders claimed the elec- new president. i New Mexico. Hughes had a marein of fjce. Ottawa hears that General Piset, less than 300 votes over Mr. Wilson, now deputy Minister of Militia at Ot- Returns from far outlying districts nre :awa, may become deputy to Sir Geo. Perley in London. within a few weeks at Niagara also raised their prices. Mrs Dimmick relict of the late counts, and in some cases to carry the -tomorrow as, usual. Rev -Moses.Dimmick, and mother of contest into the courrs. It was coro- IPV T F Dimmick formerly of Far- mwily reported that recount proceed- J. K mmmich, lorraenj OE be ,nstitllted ,n aU doubttul states. Leading In California nie, is dead. An Invitation has been given to Rev. H Sheppard of Simcoe Street over the pastorate of IngersoH Meth- odist church. C. C. Blackader, proprietor of the Acadian Recorder, has offered the in round BY JOVE: utd a welt educated man the ether when he was aalccd this when you have a cold, a cough or bron- chitis (troubles, you will note, of throat and chest) do you in pouring co'jgh syrups, lunjj tonics and the tike Into your stomach, which is perfectly loxi nd Ever think of it The stomach and the iunps are not connected, otherwise food swallowed would choke you. I.unjj anil'throat troubles were never yet cured by dosing.the stomach. To cure coughs, colds and bronchitis, you must bjtalhe the cure. Peps provide tlit rational treat- ment for these ailmtnls. Peps are tablets made up of pint; eitracts and medicinal essences, which when put into the mouth turn into healing vapors. 'These arc breathed down direct to the throat and bronchial swallowed down to the stomach, which is not ailing. Try a 50c. box of Peps for your cold, your cough, bronchitis or asthma. All drug- gists and stores or Peps Co., Toronto, will supply peps CONTINUED PROM FROST SAYS ALLIES DAVE Minneapolis, -Minn., Nov. E. LuwlB, R'ljrftlii dealer of this city, who returned from an eastern trip today, doclured that New York grain experts are of tho opinion tlwt uuoiitK of tho 'entente allies in this country own practically all, if not all, tho vis- tblo supply of wheat iu tho United States, anil us a result tho price ot that grain will be forced upward. "Every time tho market drops a few cents tho foreign buyers quietly scoop up to bush- Biittl Mr. Lewis, "Thu buying is managed from New York, and the pur- chases are made mostly iu Chicago, Omaha and Kansas City, with per- haps some in Duluth. Minneapolis ex- port business is mostly in flour, so that market figures only in a snuill way in tho foreign activity." The situation is a serious one, ho declared, and while nobody can offer a remedy offlmnd ho addnd an em- bargo eventually may become necs- sary. Mother -Made, Quick i I Acting Cough Syrup fthoold be Kept Jtnutr Bverr Home UMMllr Comim Little. Lothbritlge post office is quickly climbing into the class just as the hank clearings are now in the million dollar class. For the month districts, until it was wiped out. Then of October the total business done the Wilson votes began coming-in' through the office was For again, only to be offset by a Hughes the corresponding month last year tin burst, and so the ill night, with fir ;he contest whlpsawed. returns were This 1 one ahead and then gain of or GG per cent. The _ (the other. Early today, with about; big increase is In money orders paid Serst. Major Norman Harvie, 500 precincts unreported. Hughes was j here. These jumped to against ahead with less than 1000. last year, an Increase of more Mr. Wilson hnd n lead of over 1000 than 100 per coat, showing that much votes on the latest returns from North; money is coming into the city through Dakota, with nearly districts un- post office channels. Stamp sales in- creased from to 14932 for the year. October's business -vcns the largest ever reported through tho of- tion. With the count half in from to come in slowly today. ost a miracle, which might not have JLatest returns from Washington early'been avoided had It not been for the _ today apparently carried the state into prompt action of Mr. Cuufield in get- hac: risen three dollars a ton the "Democratic column. President, ting to the hoist, which had been left has risen three dollars a ton _ ,__ _; ___ runniag by tho voung raan, Barton, who was so bewildered and shaken with about 500 Idaho was taken from the doubtful by the ihumplnga, that he flew from his station. Mr. Caufield and Mr. Martin made for the hoist as quickly of Ppterbnro column at an early hour and [her ShS from drownSg when given to President Wilson, who had a as possible and found the friction a- launcfa Ser Se In "n Stonly lead of over 13.000 votes on the latest! most red with water which launch they in on bionej Legs than m have was sent for, itvwas prevented from Lake struck a rock and- took Lambton county sugar beet ,grow- ers have bound themselves into a not reported. Mr. -Hughes had a lead of over 3500 igniting. This probably saved the men from votes on returns early today from the horrors of an explosion, which Virginia, with only about 400iraigut have resulted from a flame, 7 unless tier receive 57 per ton j districts missing. It was evident that The mines were all idle today, but all _ plans were being made to demand re- but number one east will be working turns, ia leading in California with a majority of 4523. Washington Remains Dry Spokane, Nov. state yesterday elected a Republican United .caan ecorer, as oee sum "TssOOO towards a fund for the States senator, Miles Polndexter, by erection of a hospital in Halifax for lurality of over Pour Re- cases of Spokane district, a Republican legisla- The death of Corp. Baxter, grand- tufe anfl county tictetg_ The geven son of the late Judge Baxter, of Well- elgctoral T0tes have gone to President and county, from wounds received aaaing to the remarkable action in France is announced. Corp. llandBlide in the weat. The most thor- Baxter was born m Tliorold 22 years ago. He enlisted in Victoria, B.C. The medical discharge board foi Alberta has been selected. It will con- ough sort of a beating is indicated for initiatives 13 and 24, and the measures repealing prohibition. 'r. South Dakota Goes Dry j _J'' Sioux Palls, S. D., Nov. sist of Dr. Gow, Dr. Danks and Dr. haB been adopted by probably Richardson of Calgary. The board 2- m and equal guffrage by will have its headquarters in Cal- Nominee Dies Election Day Grand Island, Neb., Nov. able Silas R. Barton, a member of the Eric Nylin, superintendent of the 63rd congress, representing the fifth Bowes Jamieson Iron Foundry, Ham- Nebraska district, and the Republican ilton, wag arrested in Toronto, and candidate for election to thc same of- his son arrested in Hamilton on char- fipe at this time in competition with ges of conspiracy in regard to the Congressman Ashton C. Shallenberger, manufacture of munitions. They are died suddenly at 11.30 o'clock this Swiss. morning of acute pneumonia. Mr. Barton closed his campaign in his Harclow Humphrey died at Port home city last night with an open air Arthur aged 92 years, He was for meeting. many years an employee of the Hud- Afaska is Probably Dry son's Bay company, and claimed to be San Francisco, Nov. the last survivor of the first espedi- returns show a lead for prohibition in tioi in search of the body of Sir John i four towns in Alaska. Franklin. It looks very much as though Otta- wa would have a three-cornered may- oralty contest this year, the candi-. dates being Nelson D. Porter, the present mayor; Harold Fisuer, con-; troller; and Taylor McVeity, ex-may or. Mothora, you'll nuver know what you art1 mining until you make tip this m- muck-acting couch syrup nnd, trv it. Children lovu Its pleanaut tanto arid nothing will IOOBOU a cough or chest colil and heal tho inflamed or swollen throat membranes with such cams und promptness. Ha equally no toed for crown-ups as for children. This splendid couch syrup is mode by pour f ut; ounces of 1'iiicx (50 centu worth) into a bottle and mlinu bottle with pluln craunlatcd sunar Byrup, This KIVPU you 10 a family of much better remedy than you could buy ready-uiudo for n, clear tmvliif! of Tht! moment it touches tin) inflamed, cold- an ideated inenihrancB that line tint throat nnd air passages, tho lieaHntr be- gins, the phlegm loosens, Borenuss u'ttvt'3. spasms lessen and puon dlaappoar altogether, thua cndinc ft cough quicker than you ever thought possible. Hoarseness and ordinary cou-'lia arc conquered by it in 24 hours or IcKH. KxeclU'iit for bronchitis, ivhoop- coufrh, spasmodic croup, bronchial aathmii or winltr coughs. 1'iiiL'X is a liiiihly com- pound of yenuine llbnvay pino extract, combined with j-uaiacol and is famoua tho world over for its quick healing effect on tho mcinlmiucs. Beware of substitutes. Ask your drtijrjriBt for ounces of Pincx" with directions and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to irivo nbuoluto satia< faction or money refunded. The Co., Toronto, Out. Mm BILIOUS! LEI "GASCIB" LIB DON'T STAY HEADACHY, CON- STIPATED, SICK, WITH BREATH BAD AND STOMACH SOUR. Gel a 10-cent box now. You men and women who can't get feeling have headache, coated tongue, had taste and foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are bil- ious, nervous and upset, bothered with a sick, gassy.'disordered stom- ach, or have a bad cold. Are you keeping your bowels clean with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway every few 'days with salta, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets work while' you sleep; cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bilo from the liver and carry out of tho system all the constipated waste matter and poi- son in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight.will straighten you out by 10-cent box from any drug store will keep your stomach sweet, liver and bowels reg- ular, and head clear for mouths. Don't forget the children. They love Cas- carets because they taste gripe or THE CAN ADI AN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR -7 r CONTINUED FBOM FRONT FAQE) Hev. Leitch, member for Morse, There is about 2200 feet of root over this seam, and because of the soft- ties of roof and floor, the pillars are will not come to appear before the left very large, being about lad by Wetmore Commission at Reglna to 600 feet. The pcnnmuw o. .ao testify relating to his having had of this seam being taken out is about teams work for the provincial .govern- 22, and of pillars about 78. Notwith- ment. Chairman Wetmore held that standing this very large amount of as this was a breach of the independ- pillaring, the bumps are still going ence of parliament act, it could be on, though in a decreasing ratio, and dealt with only by the legislature. [until the bumping and caving sub- I not much effort can be made to Recruiting statistics for Newfound- get to the region where the body ot land show that from the beginning of Gornae located, "which lies in the war 2886 men i had enlisted for her eight room of fourteen, east, the Newfoundland regiment up to There were 1B1 men In number two Oct. 38. There were 1439 enlistments and number one when the first bump for the naval reserve up to Sopt. 16. took place, and still some twenty-five According to records forwarded from at the time of the second. London thjj regiment has lost 235 men The effect of this coming up of the killed, 590 wounded and 143 misting, earth beneath and the coming down of the roof above in a mine can only Lieut. Eyre F. M. Dann, third aon be imagined by those who have nov- of the late Rev. P. Dann, rector of er experienced such a happening, or St. Paul's cathedral, London, been through a first class earthquake, and 'Mrs. Dann, Calgary, was fatally and judging by the experiences of wounded in the head and leg, during those who were in last night's and the course of the Somme drive, and this morning's happenings, one ex- died shortly afterwards in one of the perience is sufficient to last one indi- casualty clearing stations near the, vidual for life, front In France. He was manager of 1 No Explosion the .British .Columbia Hydrographical That there was no explosion of gas survey, and was stationed at Vancou-' resulting from such a shaking up and Ter at the time ofjhis enlistment. releasing otlargp It, ai- Willv Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOR TOB.THER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, "W.hcn off colour suspect your liver. But ami it is a very big but don't weaken jour srstem by taking strong purgatives or blood-chilling salts. Follow tha nature- way. Strengthen your liver and bowels by 'means of Dr. C'assell's Instant Helief, irijht- health will follow natural action of the reinvigorated organs. Take Dr. Casse'il's IneUnt Relief for constipation, biliousness, torpid livtr, sick headache, dizziness, apecfcs before the eyes, flatulence njid windy spasms, acidity, heart- burn, impure Wood, and that dull, heivj feeling which is a sure indication of liver troubles. r Ask for Dr. Cuiell'i Prlei 50 Cents, from all or direet from the Bole for Ctnft Bltchie and Co.. War Tai. Z cents Htra. Dr. email's Inidnl Rdlal Is Ihi etmMniMI trcpinlien K Dr. Guull's Tltirttf, Sole Frotriiterl: Dr. Co.. Jfanc'iMter, Enpland. ;