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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBKIOGK Mlin'AY, NOVKMBKH lit, 2 Devalfc Elbcita DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, nor week. Daily, delivered, per year Dailr. by mail. per year 100 iss.oo .S't.no TELEPHONES office Kiiiti-l-ial Office W. A. Buchnnan Mar.acinc Director lions during his camiialgii did not lead to the opinion tluit ho would in- troduce a policy Hint would bo an Wilson probably Bono, through as severe a test as any presi-, dent'slnce Lincoln. The Kuropean war; hind the Mexican situation developed groat and serious problems. On oral "occasions war secratnl inevitable. and to avoid war Wilson may have taken a course "ol becoming must'ho kept ia iniud that Wilson started out with the purpose of Keep- ill? iiis country out ot war. He made concessions in order to do so. and up I to the present he has succeeded In t '-is object. The prestige of his country j, iconic L FOR THE BUSY HAN 11. L. Maltlaud has been appointed city prosecutor at Vancouver. F. .1. Procter, a Vancouver business man. has disappeared. Mrs. Oeo. Ashwell. a pioneer ot Chilliwack, B.C., is dead. S-i-katoon is submitting a bylaw for the purchase of the Y.M.C.A. build- John Torrancc Business Manage ;criptions at of niice 01 papers aftt-r expiration date is our authority to continue the subscrip- tion. Mrs. Aliens Robertson, wife of Cal %ILV'L......... i ultr-1 gary's first Presbyterian minister, is m'cnt the allies are better off with Uncle Sam out of the war than in it.1 Fraak Uadgeley. an Ottawa news-1 IiUtorv will likely render the ver-l paper reporter at the front has been diet that Wilson c-Ould have kept out; awarded the military cross. I of war and yet upheld ofj oilmour Is the Oonserva- the Ulifte'd States much more for the Alberta lesis- Ively severing diplomatic relations jn Lacombe. Germany when Belgium has ae- devastated and the Lusttan.a. imh the Civic I many American passengers, v.-as tor- j (or raayor oE Winnipeg. He pedoed a German submarine.; lvm-probably be unopposed. i Illu-hes, it must be remembered, didf The with ,he' no, say- what he would in Rumanian to Teutonic in-'such circumstances. He offirea i.o, vasio'n'ot Rumania, have carried their, alternative. The chief tcaturejt _ms, mh RoJ.aI :S THE TIME to send some Kam-Dnk to your soldier Wend at ll.o Iron W U the coinlnu ot woathcr. tno men in the trenches all witter, mow or less, with chapped hands, cold cracks', chilblains and cold sores, and the soldier who has sono Zam-Bnk on hand to apply Imnioili- ately any of these painful al menu make their, appearance, will no saved hours ot suffering. Pto. E. Westileld of "C" Com- panv, 3rd Worcester Regiment, writes: "We wish our friends would send us out more Zam-BliK. It is splendid tor sore hands, cold cracks, cold sores, etc. Nothing and heals so c.nickly as Zam-Buk. and being germlcUal, It prevents blood-poison- "MC. box. 3 for all drug- gists or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. (COXTIKUUD FROM FltDKT encouragement In his forecast for to- morrow when he says: Fair nnd do- ehltidly cold." Snow ploughs made first tip- peartuiee of tlie season on the streets this morning. Some fur coats wore also duff'out to relieve them of the camphor Altogether the ap- pearance of things today is decidedly wintry. Since show began to [all up till sev- en this mornlilE. Inches of preci- pitation had been recorded. Of this about three indies lay as snow. Vour King and Country need you rioM now' THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Rritisl, regiment. offensive on the Transylvanian fron-' campaign tier'so far as to invade Hungary noi'its The London oflicial! statenoat of yesterday, however.! -Hongs i o. p criticism oi Wilson's llas aiyarded tho Military Cross. because it contains the very elements needed to, replace weakness with strength, viz: Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron.and Manganese Pep- tonates, Glycerophosphatcs, etc., with a mild tonic wine. This is a splendid combination to restore strength, vital- ity and vigor. It has given ninety per cent satisfaction for sixteen, years. Cardston. Nov. the fact Miui'u ttiat a husky blizzard was raging, Not wmself i torty people Altered to confer states that their attacks have in some, very pleasant New 1 ears prospect. un T M. Tweedie. M.P.r., and W. A. casM'been re-mlsed by the i Battalion under Lt.-Col. C. B. 31 .P., last evening about 111" Oneralioiw In Uobrndja are being; Two dollar wheat! It s hard on tie cWied on the allies successfully. cmisumer but mighty fine tor the; the. advanced forces of Von Mackensen farmer. This is the farmers' year. Robert Daniel McMurcllie, a well, known Rcgi-a barrister and Work was started yesterday Thief Ilardie and a number of ir._ of tho police-tiro deportment ill tak- j ing the census of tho city. Mayor llar-j dlo is as good as his the Dominion census figures were aii-j- uounced some time ago he told the I Herald that lie was not satisfied ami' would take a police census. The rcgii- j latioa forms used in past police era-i suses are oelng used. The result will be known within of weeks. Full Formula on Every BoSile is always sold with a definite iuiKniritee to return the purchaser's money if it fails lo give-satisfaction, Vtry few bottles are returned. J. D, HIGINBOTHAM CO., DRUGGISTS, LETHBHIDGE, ALTA. Also the best druggist in all Alberta towns. being fon- nians have retire. The Hurfla-j ccupied the town ofj two dollar wheat lots j Southern Alberta land produced Patriotic Fund campaign in the Card- ESTABLISH constituency. CSTdslon is e.sked To save the city a year j to raise 57000. and Plans were out- of which it expends for the support of lined for canvassing th" ndlne. The nn par Southern Alberta land produced flf New York of both nlli-tl and German !mmlred dollar an acre crop this year. .he step toward the attaiKS various points on the! _ establishment of a .___> ir-itv> ATr T-Tparst cifter i eau1, tnc duties oi IHIIILI. win front is claimed by the respec-i Acquaintance with Mr. Hearst after, uvewarotnces. cost you 55000. Be ware. WOODRO'.V WILSON'S CAUSE UPHELD return to the duties inquent parents, and cc support their children. workers are enthusiastic and are satis- fled the amount will be contributed. Last year Cardston riding raised more than tho amount allotted to it. Messrs. Tweedie and Buchanan will address a half dozen meetings in the riding on Sunday, Nov. 2G. Don't forget that the ,Sth Depot Bnttery-a Lethbridge unit-is re- Give ,t a boost in one of the most eruiting in the city. contested" elections in the history of! every time severs are coming into Southern c the ambitions of TYall Street' Aiberta in very satisfactory numbers. to control the Hscal affairs of the And they will continue to come m republic. While Yffison's policy in ever-increasing numbers. dealing "ivith Germany was- bitterly j -attacked by men of the type of Eoose-j With the presidential elections rkpd bv men oi IEIU ui iiv.u.3L eH "nd Root, he had' at the same the next event in the U. S. sporting ime the almo united opposiU'on is the Yale-Harvard game. ttThvphenated citizens. The latter an editing time they're havmg across rnent thought that he had been too the _ _ tol-iou of diverse weU a, the.Qermaps jomed m the j.ov.-er difflcnlt for TVilspn to over-, yailpp oi Wilson. rnmp but he did so because he gained from the middie ,-eit v die ,-e '.ife. matter how the e.eehon He had tia minister's sons vrere bound to be on'hls nolicy of neutrality. e a the" couiiiry out and that able, to cheer. Both Wilson and pleased the contented and prosperous Hughes are 'sons oi the manse. nomlc-s li'-ing in the inland states. Thev did not waut war and were satis-! -After taking a look at a sample fied v'rt Will's Merican and Euro-' United. States ballot such as was used nean poV- 'In-hes, uniil the latter; on Tuesday, the only wonder is that ciavs rf the campaign, did not make it doesn't take a month to decide the any strong declarations that would election. _____ the conclusion that he would-; I be more nronounced in demanding the-' -Ko president in many years had as, protection of American rights than hard a task as Wilson. It ,s easy to The unanimous and active criticise but if Roosevelt or Hughes I support of the pro-German eietnent had been in the White House since "Xd the taoresslon that Hughes: the war started, they mightn't have an understanding with that ele-: been able to secure re-election. moat and that, if he obtained power, j _ he would do nothing to offend All the school board rstlrmg mem- On the otlw Wilson's pointed hers are going to stand for re-election. to the German agitator mi Thefevidently are satisfied that their X.w Yor'.: declaring that he did not; record Trill please the people. And j v-ttt his vote o- any of his kind, made; they are. not far wrong either. The I -the true American feel that the retir-i board has been economizing at every ing president -was fully as sate a per-iturn this year and has done good son "to have at Washington to work. -the nation's rights as Hughes. Michael Angelo lived today and saiii that a certain printing processvreproduced his art better than any other, -you'd believe hira- because Angelo waa the greatest painter ot hi: time. IF Napoleon had said that a was the finest type oif artillery, you Would -also have believed this without queston- because Napoleon was the greatest soldier of his time. IF The world's greatest living artists were to tell you a certain sound-reproduding in- strument gave the rriosa accurate and faith- ful replicas of their- voices, you'd believe them too, wouldn't you. THEY Wilson only won New Hampshire of .ail the North Atlantic states. It was ''there the high protection cry was jnost effective. Wall Street WIFE IS TOLD TO MAKE HIS WAGES S1.25 A WEEK st enective, nn atrHei. a i paterson, N. -T., Nov. Jbs- influence in the industrial cen-j ephWishnefsky was ordered by judge tres on the Atlantic seaboard. Wilson J to" "a week3 very last meeting of his cam-! y's u-iiVowned the plumb- paign attacked Wall Street as a men-; ing buBiness conducted under the ace to -overnment for the people liy1 name of Wlshnefsky and paid him on- the people, and declared he would notjly 25 cents a week, '.consider its demands on any dues-; tioii, and more especially the tariff. played the people against the hig interests and won. been a progressive president possessed with a strong "'passion for the interests ot the common people. During his ad- ministration he has put.into effect legislation of great value to the masses, legislation which curtailed the "powers of the moneyed interests. On .the tariff his position is clear. He be- .lieves in a tariff for revenue. Had he been defeated the Canadian farmers would have lost the American market for livestock and other commodities. "The White Flour you felt it? With the advancing price of wheat "the seven- cent loaf is say the bakers. In its place we have the eight-cent many the sixteen-cent 'loaf. A loaf of white flour 'bread is not a complete ration. However wholesome and pure, it does not supply Enrico Caruso says satisfied v.-ith my new VUftor i They Magnificent and 1 congmtnfete you superb reproduction which the Viatola give Madame Melba says I wish you to know that 1 am more than d with mv new Victor records. They are we.------ 2ld "produce with that, perfection which i, only possible with the Viclrola. John McCormack says: The Vidrok alone of all talking instruments achieve, a perfect reproduction of the artist s vo.cc. You mar of 't that 1 wou d not have engaged to make Vlclor Records exclusively till 1938 unless I was entirely satisfied that the instrument reproduc .them was the very best. Laicise Homer says The- fidelity with which the quality of tone of each artist a rcp.oduced by Victor Record., as played op the Viclrola is almost startling. Antonio Scotti says Never had 1 imagined that a talking machine could give such perfea results as the Brandon, Jlan., Nov. In fining the- Brandon Brewing company 5200 for selling liquor to residents hero. the. police' magistrate today established a precedent which may affect traffic in all provinces where prohibition is effective if sustained In higher courts. The point at issue was whether the company could take an order in Bran- don for liquor to be delivered to a; Brandon citizen, ship it to a point in Saskatchewan and have the express company there ship it right hack to the consignee. The defence claim-: ed its interest in the transaction clos-; el as soon as it shipped the goods. outside the province the express com-, mv completing same and making Elections. The court found other- ISO. Immediate Selection There is a considerable difficulty in securing delivery of Im- POrtlStings and Overcoatings for Fall and WinUr Also we arc a tremendous increase in business. Manv of our patrons this season made a select.on for their rcqy.ircments" to be finished later In the season, even ,nto January. The House of Style, Fit and' Service Will Rent Your House i our farracrs would have suffered, Wilson's return means that the free entrance of these commodities into the 'American markets will continue, and also that there is still a prospect for us to obtain fres wheat. From the allies' standpoint, and also from the standpoint of Canada, Wil- son's victory was desirable. His International oollcy has been open to much criticism; il'was weak Hi many respects, but Hughes' declara- needs. _ Wheat Biscuit you have all the body-building nutriment in the whole wheat grain prepared in a digestible form. It is always 'the same price, always the same high quality. Eat it for breakfast with milk or cream or with fruits. Made in Canada to Genuine VIArolu and Any "Hi. Ma.ter's Voice" dealer will be glad to demonstrate foryou the various slyle Viarolas and play any music you wish to hear. Write for (tee copy ol our 450 Musical Encyclopedia listing over tOOO Victor Records. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHO MONTREAL Lenoir Street MS at "His Master's Voice" Letlibvidgc Dealers J. G. ROBERTSON A CO. Bcntley Block, 5th St. S. MASON AND RIBpH, BALMORAL BLOCK, BIFTH ST. S. Victor Records 75c up. have More originality in fashion, fabric and finish than any clothes in America, See them and you'll agree. R. A.'WRIGHT Balmoral Block, 5th St.'8. THE GREAT OF THE GREAT WEST ;