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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SA'fimiUY, NOVKMH10K 11, lim> PAGE SIX Hard Struggle Yet to Come; More Sacrifices Demanded ALL1KH AIAKIvBIG (JAINS IN VKKDUN "o LOUVSMONT" that Sir Douglas llaif. "rit- iU ,-omnuiiider. siveii favoraulo wea- ther, will not remain near future, the general idea is .hat operations or anything of a deei-, 'nature ran be attempted on any of ihe fronts until next rear. The sent watchword, iherefore, is the inul-j iiplioallon of every enersy and re- in ihe work of preparation ilnr- pAMDAinM QPT M'Vllinp !Q iliHy ijftWbh obl. MAILLur 10 iTucDATDinTipniNniQ I ill I niiiiUhu 1 UisU !u Isei't trap thai ran be sen-win! into ihe[ REU Souville Ft-Bellcville W The Home of Quality Meats Delanys Limited Sell Southern Alberta-grown products only THE GONNAUGHT TUNNEL London. Nov. dispatch- es from liolUTilam dated Sunday, say (he deportations of Belgians continue dailv on u larae wale. Antwcm and Ghent, ilia dispatcher declare, are be- ins denuded of able-bodied mate. Sixteen ihiiiisand Have already lelt Ghent. Men deported from Ghent have been almost exclusively of the imoin- iloyeil elass. hut elsewhere the dis- patches say. and es'iecially in Ant- werp there lias beer, less discrimin- ation, and it is allege..! many workers were taken. No men as >et hive been taken from r.russcls. but it -AGED KINGSTON WOMAN Tells How She Recovered Her Strength "to stories rurrem in Hoi- I l-iid dispatches, ill raided towns !mauy men were pounceil'upon smldeii- iuid escorted away by armed and not permitted to commca- Teate with friends. Attempts to escape .searchers are futile. Hunger torees I aiders to surrender. Wire harriers I ami machine suns arc placed around i stations, where men are 10 be cntrain- I cd lest crowds threaten to make trou- ble.__________________ NO IKE OF TUBER If the elderly people in could only realize what Vinol would do for them we would not be able to get enough to supply the demand, bol- lowing is a letter received from Mrs. I A B." Carson of this town. She says: i "1 am 85 vears of age. ami had been j ailin? for n Ions time with indigestion. I got run down, was weak, dizzy and eould not night. I consulted two doctors who said I had hardening of the arteries and at my age could not exneci to be strong .again. Sly daughter would give me no peace tin- i til I tried Vinol. as it had done so i much for her. I have taken five bot- tles and my health and strength have i come back so I am able to do ail the housework for my family of four, and I am recommending Vinol to all my i The'i-cason Vinol is so beneficial io i old people, is because it contains the very elements needed to replace de- i dining strength wilh renewed vigor, viz., beef and cod liver peptones, iron land manganese peptonates. glycero- phosphates and a mild tonic wine. j We want to ask every elderly per- son and ever.; weak, run-down or de- bilitated person in l-ethbridge to call I at our store and get a bottle of Vinol, with the understanding that we will i return your money if it fails to bcne- I fit J D Iliginhotliam Co.. Drug- gists, N'E of the greatest of the achieve- ments of the Canadian Paci- fic Railway is the _ Tunnel. This great the lofty Mount MacDonald amongst the Selkirk Mountains, is nearlv sir miles long and double The has oeen niadeTt a cost ot over n2.000.OOU to the great transpfartation coin- panv. But the C.P.R.. which has spent from to per arniim on the development ot the West previous to the war, does not even in times of a conrhct greater part of the world, spare expense where the public convenience makes an urgent demand. The opening of the tunnel .will greatly facilitate traffic, will open a new route, and will do away with many miles of snow sheds. The" ConnauKiiL Tunnel will give the Canadian Pacific the lowest grade of any transcontinental rail- way running through the Selkirk Mountains. It was bored in less than three vears under the super- vision of Mr. J. G. Sullivan, Chief Engineer of Western lines, with what he saw, Tne con- Jt is claimed that no under-1 struction work is now. rapidly ap- taking of similar dimensions was proa'ching completion. Two miles ever completed In such a short, of steel rails have yet to be laid on time .in the excavation of the tun-1 one side of the track. It is expect- nel 'many engineering difficulties] ed that the formal opening will take L_J Rut m 1 t V nlaft. HlirlnZ the firSt dSJ'S Of DC" had to be overcome. But m.B..w rocks gave way and the roots of a gigantic mountain crumbled before tne advance of human skill. At various points along the pass there Is an eighteen inch concrete wall lining. During his recent trip to western Canada, Lord Snaughnessy, accom- panied by Chief Engineer Sullivan, took a tour Iliroash tie tunnel. oo a Lord Sbauglinessy was well pleas place during the first days of oemher. Since its inception the C.P.R., it is reckoned, has spent over in the develop- ment of. the West. The latest ex- penditure is as popular as any taat had previously been made. When His Royal the Duke of Connailght and party took a trip through the tunnel on July 17th, the Duke expressed in elo- quent words the gratification It gave him to be associated with the pioneer work of the Canadian Pa- cific and he complimented the company on the splendid strides it was making in the'development of the country. Then His Royal Highness, baptising the new work, christened it the Selkirk Tunnel. Some weeks later, at the request ot Lord Shaughnessy, His Royal High- ness consented to have the tunnel called after him. Henceforth It is to be named the "Connaught Tun- a fitting compliment to the excellent services which the Duko of Connaught gave to the Dominion during his term as Governor-Gener- al. (Special to the Taber. Nov. Taber district is now held tight in the grip of the first winter storm. Snow lias fallen for two days without cessation. I ho cold is intense and has stopped all operations in harveolir.E and only in rare cases (as grain been hauled in- to town. The car supply is ven eood and very few if any farmers com- plain for lack of cars. VIOLENT ATTACKS Petrograd, via London, Nov. 13. forces are di- YectiTig violent attacks against Rumanian positions In the region of Campulung, says a Russian of- ficial statement issued today. The Rumanians, after being pushed back in the region of the Oltuz A'alley, attacked the Teutons north and south of Toivaenoling and captured a series of heights. TERRIBLE TRAGEDY Berlin, vTa'Sayville and the As- sociated Press, Nov. Bal- kan Express between Constanti- nople and Berlin dashed at full speed today into a party of wo- men section hands in the s'jburb of Berlin. Ninfiteer. woman Mled. There was a heavy foj nt the time. Women vho had step- ped out of ihe way of the wett- rcund train did not the approach of the Balkan express. FOR SALE Xo. 1 Stock Cows 3-7 YEARS OLD RAISED ON THE MACKIE RANCH ENQUIRE OF A. H. MAYLAND Livestock Commission Merchant Alberta Stockyards, Calgary Phones: Office E53Q1 Residence W1139 p. 0. Drawer "S" THERE IS NO DOUBT People Who Have Tried All Say Model Bakery Bread Is By Far The Best It's superior in every point. Ask your Grocer or Phone 1175 and the rig will call N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PutNameAddressand Wheat Lands For Sale The finest wheat lands and ranch tends in Southern Alberta. Elgh miles from elevators. In township 11, ranges 18 and 19, west of 4th Meridian. Buy direct from the estate. No middlemen need apply. For prices and termt apply. J. D. Fuller TABER OP at the Cameron- Ranch. SCENE FROM AT MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY NEXT, NOV. 20} WE'LL TAKE CARE OF ALL DETAILS AND DELIVER THE PRINTING TO YOUR SATISFAC- HERALD. Want' Advt. Possible THE experience of many advertisers has shown 'ilic advisability of affixing name, address and phono nnmbci: to a "want" advertisement they publish; This makes it possible for readers to investigate the offers advertised with the smallest possible, amount of. dshw. or. diffi- culty; and it should be remembered that the easier yon main: it for people to inquire about, your proposition, the easier it will be to get results Under a limited amount of classifications it is sometimes imperative that the advertiser conceal Us identity. You can count these, classifications practically on the fingers of one hand. They..arc: "SITUATIONS where a person already em- ployed is quietly seeking a bigger, more'congenial or better-paying position. "HELP where an employer wishes to secure the services of a competent worker without letting a hint of his silent, thorough search leak out. "WANTED-ROOMS AND where the boarder desires to be sure of satisfaction In the new boarding place before breaking the news of his departure at the old. "BUSINESS where the fact, prema- turely told, that a certain business is on the market might prove harmful to the proprietor's trade. want or wants what you have. I et the "want" Introduce you. Adopt the better way-name, address and phoim number-It .you can. If not, insert a keyed "want" ad. Want Advts. Must Be Paid in Advance ;