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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 191C THE I'AOK SEVEN ._ It to be nee- lected until it lends to that terrible scourge consumption? Peps stand between winter coughs and colds, serious consequences. Peps are tablets mailp up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when put Into the mouth turn Into healing vapors. These are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat und bronchial tubes swallowed down to itomach, which Is not ailing. Trr :0e. ot Ptps for jout cold, touih, bronchi! or is All ot Pcm Co., ToiMtci imply FIND UN GUILTY Toronto, Nov. Man' Dav- les of Kinmount, Ont., who was tried at Lindsay for the murder of Fred Spenceley, was found guilty of man- slaughter at midnight last night by the Jury. Her story was that Spence- ley, who was a laborer, had broken claimed he would come around the house and she became frightened of him. The ante-mortem statement, was that the woman ill a letter accused him ot stealing and when he went to (l-'roiii Our Own Correspondent) Foremost, Nov. cold spell which has recently struck the south, has paid Its respects also to Fore- most. The snow fell to a depth ot a couple of Inches and then the ther- mometer commenced to register the frost. Many of the townspeople- wore caught partially unprepared but a few hasty preparations for winter madu nearly everyone comfortable oven dur- ing the coldest moments when tho temperature was 15 degrees below. Fortunately nearly everyone had coal in stock there wero enough stoves to use considerable of it. This week, however, finds more stoves in the homes and less in the stores for an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure even in Alberta. The cold spell and the snow which fell previously made hauling into town al- most impossible because ot the sllp- pery roads, but, since all the elevators are filled up and there are few emp- ties In sight there would he no use In hauling even It the ronds wero good In spite of the cold, snow and bac roads there are a few loads strag gling in every The town has not lost anything on account of the storm therefore. It was noticed that quite a. numb? of men went out of town on Satur day's train. This doubtless means that the storm spelled the commence ment of winter to many of the harves ters and threshers in the district.-I this is the case, quite a few outfits will have to close down. Some havf already pulled in because, of lack o men o'r lack of desire to continue t< weather profitably. Thi in the extreme, for there 13th, and many' matters of Interest wore discussed and action was decided on bcveral Important inatieru of town- iiiteiost. The merchants ot the town wore well represented and it wan on- couratflnR to note tlie Duttllc-Bpirlted- noss of UIOBO preficnt. The nows of decision to go "dry" has given rlsu to favorable comment an the part of many through. the district, for it is fel.t that it will moan tho nft'.'ing of hundreds of to certain not far way. From what direction will the loozu enter tho town after this goes nto effect? 10 COLLECT IMS BY DISTRESS Pincher Creek Council Takes Can't Build New Road Yet WHY HOT TRY for thoie obstinate Bores, which everything olno has failed tj heal? little daughter of Mra. P. W. Druuiinond. Tholford Minos, Due suffered with sorea which re- curred each rail, until Zam-fiuk permanently cured them. Mra. Drummond writes: Every fall, as Boon an the cold weather set In, my little daughter's face anil hands would becovno covered with sore patches, and tho irrltutlou and smarting wore almost unhearable. For three years In succession ehe suffered in this way. and although 1 usod any numbor of remedleo, tno sores remained all through the winter. Finally I started using Zam-liuV, find to my amazement the "ore places aoon showed signs of healing, and be- fore long had entirely disappeared, leaving her skin perfectly smooth and clear. Since the Zam-Bult treatment, I am pleased to oay, there has been no recurrence of the gores." Zam-Buk Is Just 11 good for eczema, ringworm, ulcers, old wounds, blood-poisoning, bolls, pimples, piles, burns, scalds and all akin Injuries. All druggists or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, 50c. hoi, 3 for COALDALE NEWS (From Our Own Coaldale, Nov. Mbs llni trice Showers la alclt with pn.jumoiii In tho Gall hospital, Lelhbridgn. MIT. W. O'llnnlrlB visitiiij, sister at Cardslon. Mrs. .lay Held entertained a inn her of Ind'leK last Saturday iiftc-.rmK il the tea hou Mr. Norton I the death of Dr. .M. 0. Dijckiilan. a jfnrnouB surgeon of Mayo hospital from blood The chlclton pie supper Friday evening not as well attended us 'ing to the bud roads but exf.ef.loll in inr "uu her tin- pror.fiorls amounled to Mrt. Hoes of Lolhbridue nltomliid Ladies' Aid supper last Friday. .Mr. anil Mrs. II. A. Sunlit viK itlup Mrs. Kugpilt's mollicr, Mrs. Liu- Splendid Bad Coughs, Colas, Bronchitis Su ROLL- OFHONOR As part.c is of Ar (From Our Own CorrCflDOndonl) Pincher Creek, Nov. bnfci ness transacted at the council meet ing on Monday that was fraught with more thn.-i ordinary importance waf that of arranging for the collection o' arrears of taxes. Delinquents are t< be given until December 2Sth, and at ter that all those who haven't com- through will be sued. Another little matter was that o paying a bill presented hy the I.O.O.F for ?2S.OO for pumping out the cells of their building after the drain ha got plugged so that the water over flowed. The town had been threaten ed with u lawsuit over this, but hav finally decided to settle the matte out of court and the bill will be paii A communication from the Parks member of the city hall Rlcii'f has Commissioner stated in answer to a receiveli the following' postcard mes- imiuiry. that owing to tho extra Licut. W. A. Adam, fonner- nense the country is put to on account city engineer, now with of the war, the government could last. Chas. Kei Expeditionary Forces, and tin- mn.jonty ol bravely battling for Cnriiula and the Kinpnv Reservists are not available. lliesi' lists of thosr wtio their lives for their country or been wonmlncl m nrtior, are mee. incomplete, and do not. therefore indicate fully t he r-xtent .10 the Company's officers and have parti.'ipuied in the t struggle. COMPANY'S SERVICE NATURE OK NAME A, At .-ABUAI.TY Brown. James BrneatTralnman lirlt. Colmn. Divn. Wounded Clark. Albert Kdv.-ardCall Uoy Wlnn PCR Wn Clarke, And. Walker Anhpltimu. Uimbton Wnu.Hlcdanu Beacon, John Clinton Coach Carpenter Angus Donworth, William Clerk J "a Edgar, J. Hamilton Lono. Montrea England, Stanley I, Clerk Montreal Plyn. Charles AIIRUS Ditch Rider nilbertson. Magnus Draftsman Hukell, Charles S. Checker IIli-kG Stephen Chas. Slaty. Fireman Jaffray, Matthew Trucker Johnson, Jas. Albert Porter Johnstone, Sidney G. Brakeman McLean, James' Loco. Engineer McLeod William Station Cleaner Malcolm, John B. Instrnmcntman Maughan, Herbert Tapeman Fitter's Helper Storeman Ilrooks Saskatoon Ignace Toronto Tort William Vv'ounded Wounded Wounded Wounclftd nifid of wound.-- Killed in actior Wounded Wounded Wounded IJrlt. CohniL Divn.Kilkd in actlou her about the charge S-_ him. Suenceley was shot In tho leg and afterward llied from the effects. .INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART u.-tjnt In i liiuui ut i.i.v. D- ine "L n'oi. i is much threshing to be done yet ani see lhelr wtty to Co3stnict a road, H ami others on boanl. All ,ne snot folt here that this prcts Mm Creek for a means of tourists intimating that they Miller, Ralph Miller, Thomas J. Koroney. William J. Nebbs, Thomas A. Nelson, Arthur W. Payne. Albert Richards, Joseph V. Roberts. Wilfred Robinson, John t is commony e e iijm tui u int will soon pass off and to reaci! Castle Mountain with .1 team: in si that nice fail weather will come andj stay for some weeks yet. Skating not often a popular sport November but many will re- rum LUIS j lies hav0 been held here since the cold wave struck town It Is conceded by all that the most imperative need of the town is a "spotter." Not a boozo spotter up" by some one or other for points of importance and lower stand- get empties spotted and placed for filling even though there are empties In the yard, much grain to be shipped, and a "moderately good train service Many Students Receiving Instruction. and Sclcntifi.-. Equip- ment Brglnnhig to Arrive. Willie it is impossible for the Insti- tute to offer anything like its full pro- gram of work until the Mechanical, Technical and Scientific equipment Jiaa arrived and is installed much has been accomplishel in developing lines of educational service which can be rendered without such equipment. The ivork undertaken and now being car- l-led on includes: (1) In the School of Trades and Industries: (a) Group of boys over 1G years of age taking the two year full time course leading to the metal working trades.................- -1 (b) Group ot partially disabled soldiers taking the eight months full time day course in motor me; chanics 6 (2) In the School for Training Spec- ial Teachers: (a) Two year course to qualify as a specialist in Manual Arts.. (b) Evening Classes in Manual Teachers 10 (c) Saturday Morning Classes in Teachers 5 (d) Evening Classes In City Teachers (e) Saturday Morning Classes in Teachers 40 (f) Evening Classes in City Teachers (3) In School of Commerce: (a) Evening Classes for Stud- ents of Accountancy 30 (4) In School of Technology: (a) Correspondence course in Coal Mining................... 130 fb) Correspondence Course in Orade XII Work for Teachers In Service 34 From the above it will be seen that ihe Institute is at present in instruc-, tional relation with over 300 students.; Rockies to the coast The staff of the Institute reported for Miss eariy m Rrc retirmg tills year, aim member It as having neon quite the noMM to that effect, rule this year. Several enjoyable par- and bnggy. Pack horses will have to be used as heretofore, it seems. Three members of the school board i retiring this year, and the council The annual ratepayers' meeting is to be held in the town hall on Mon- day, November 27th. Miss Robertson, one of the nurses IT Not a booze spotter so who volunteered for active service at onnttor for thp situa- the outbreak of the war, received her Has become1 cai, to report for duty on Sunday last recent v to cTsI much comment. It and is now at headquarters at Calgary s that this Is being "passed preparing for overseas duty. were leaving England for France. ONE SOCIALIST IN CONGRESS National Manager Admits it, but Says Party Polled Votes Chicago, Nov. D. Thomp- son, national manager of tlie Socialist Party, in a s mid: itement made today. Wipor Clerk Brakcmau Operator Operator Clerk Tender Truck Repairer Supply Car Man Clerk Clerk Calgary Vancouver Ducks Onlgary (Jlen Yard Winnipeg Wyiiyari Winnipeg Wounded Gassed Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded who tries this pleasant tail- nrulu rnilull wilt lu" iiuunMU.ltll! UHlli'l "J M irklv miderntand wiry it is UBCd in irn're liomen in the United StatM and Cnnaila any other couch remedy. The wav it li.dil of nil otatinate liivini; iinincdiato relief, will make "V.-ret that you never tried it be- 'furc It in a truly dependable rwni'dv that should ki-nt handy in rverv home, to use nt llic lirat BWII o! a. ilarini; the night or day time. AIIV driiiM'st can mniply you with 2V. ol Pinex (Si) eenta 1'our this into a Ijl-ol. bottle and fill the kittlo with uraimlaUd nyrup. The total cost u about 51 cents nud you have 10 ounces of tho most citect'ivi! remedy you ever used. and nir imsnacoii. stops the annoyimr throat tickle, loosens the phlcsm, and KKIU your conzli stops entirely. Splen- did lor bronchitis, croup, whooping and bronchial asthma. 1 Pine! is n. hichlv concentrated com- pound .if Norway nine extract, combined wi'h miaiacol and is famous tho world over for its hcalinE effect on the mem- i To avoid disappointment ask for "2M! ounces of I'inel1' with lull direction! ami don't accept anything else. A piir- mitre of absolute satisfaction or moncv i promptly refunded COPK with this prep- j aration. The 1'incx Co., Toronto, Ont. I POLISH KING TO BE CATHOLIC Washington, Nov. King of Poland will be a Roman Catholic, it I is declared on high authority here Dr'lL Coliim. Dlvn. Wounded Portage la Prairie Wounded Calgary Angus Ogden Shops Winnipeg Winnipeg Montreal Herbert Husband, who is Pincher Creek's latest recruit, and hag joined ards of trade. It is strongly against the Lothbridge Battery, spent Sunday ars o the business morals of our tradespco- 1 at Ills home here, away from gas pie to 'buy" cars when they should troubles. come in gratis. There Is certainly Tho Had Cross Bent 21 parcels sufficient trade here to guarantee over wclgnjng two dozen grain cars per week, where- 1 0[ as all we get 1s eight or ton. It seems1 Impossible for the elevator men to along the line. inquiry. The matter deserves Still the town is on the Increase and a new bank building is under costruc- tion, and the contracts are let for the erection and equipment of a council chamber. It is also an established fact that the town is soon, to have a printing office all its own. Jas Thompson from east of town, has bought P. Medhurst's butcher es- tablishment and purposes to carry on the business on a larger scale than ever It is the optimistic and public pounds each, to prisoners war, on Saturday last. One of the features at the Red meetings here is that of having the school girls servo tea and cake. A collection is taken and tidy sums real-. Ized each week. On Wednesday they collected Jfi.10 in this manner. Corp. Armstrong of the 191st Bat- talion, left on Saturday to resume his military duties at Red Deer after spending a furlough at his home here. Paul Trudell and H. Bossenberry purchased a carload of sheep at Carstalrs this week. Mr. Bossenberry returned on Wednesday, and Mr. Tru dell remained to look after the ship ping of the sheep which will be kept on his ranch south of town. W. is at present the guest of his daughter, Mrs. (Dr.) J. J. "In 1912 the Socialist Party polled votes. This election the re- turns show that we have polled about 1 200 000. While this gain of the to- tal vote cast by our party Is not as great as we had hoped, we are satisfied with the genera! result. "We believe we have elected about thirty-five members of the Legisla- tures in twenty-one Slates, ill Minne- apolis we elected our candidate for mayor, Thomas H. Van Lear. In Mil- waukee we appear to have elected the District Attorney lind perhaps the Sheriff It we elected two members of tlie State Legislature. In UMsconsin two Socialist candidates for State Senator and five or seven mem- bers of the Legislature were success- ful In Vermont we elected one mem- ber of the Legislature. This is the time a Socialist has ever been elected to a State office in that State. "We expect to elect seven or eight Congressmen but apparently we have elected only one. Rogers, Ronaicl Kusseii, Douglas Russell. Edward Scotland, Thomas H. Clerk Eelwood. Albert P. Freight Clerk Snence. Charles Boilermaker Still Geoffrey Ixico. Fireman Btitt. Fred. Labourer Stubbing Joseph W. Loco. Fireman Thomson, Gordon M. Chief Clerk Tilt, Frederick 0. Clerk Harry Wiper Turner. John Car Repairer Wedge, P. Hammond Trimmer West, John William Deckhand Will Jamei Boilermaker Ivor S, Hlpr. Ogden William Gco. Waiter Montreal MOSTKKAL, September 25th, 19itJ (List No. Killed in action Wounded Woiinderi Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded SS. "Sicamoufi" Brit Colum. Divn. Wounded Lambton Wounded Souris Wounded Winnipeg Wounded Angus Brandon Toronto earlier Htpamer "Mini An; Wounded Suffering from shock Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Killed lu action IS" HOT IF south country has returned to good old Ontario for a few months' trip. Mrs J. M. Hillis and Miss Orace From the above it will be seen tnat i Hillis have returned to theli the Institute is at present in inotruo- j ter a two mouths trip through the to the coast duty about September 1st, and if in two months, while planning the fur- nishings, selecting the equipment, calling for tenders, ordering the equip- ment, receiving and installing the equipment as it arrives, it has been nossible also to develop the work of tne week-eud timistic aun m the town wants and; returned JS a-ranch in this district TV Baker, from the and p.. bunch of high grade heifers and Holsteln cows. He also most gener- ously treated his many acquaintances to a treat of No. 1 Macintosh red ap- ples, which were grown on the farm of Andrew Ferguson, situated within a mile of Dundela in Dundas county, Ont., where the original tree of this famous apple is planted. K H. Hogan left for his home at Oak Bay, Victoria, on Tuesday even- ing after spending his usual shooting Lethbridge The rummage sale recently held by the Ladles' Aid was a success, but the failure of out-of-town support ren- dered It' necessary to put aside some ST. LOUIS NOT FOR PROHIBITION St Louis, JIo., Nov. Official re, turns compiled by the Post-Dispatch rom all but IK counties in Missouri, give the prohibition amendment a lead of in the state, outside the city if St. Louis. The adverse vote in St. Louis was so heavy that, with IS counties miss- ng, the" majority against prohibition now stands at more than above, some Impression can be gained of tho probable scope and develop- ment of this institution's -services to the Province when the war is over and Institute is fully equipped. dereo it necessary LU iiui. mft Qn.t, of the stock for subsequent selling, season visit with old friends m this ,------l Mrs. Wyndham and family expect to leave for England this week, where nossble also to develop the work of of the stock for sunsequem. M.UUB. season instruction to the point Indicated I The country ;people were the losers clistnct. .._ thi-nitrTli IllAfr .Tlnn-natrollaKe. It IS SitlU. through their non-patronage, it is said. Tlie lady e'yangelists (Misses Mei- kle) have left town for country work. Their efforts to arouse interest here i were unavailing and they are he Institute is tuny equipped. were uimvm.i..B now Owing to the demands upon the time 1 working in the Sunalta school district of the Staff and to the fact that the a few miles to the north of town, necessary equipment is not yet at hand I Miss Myrle Roberts is again able to up and around after her many weeks of illness. It is good to see so cheerful a person UD and doing again. She and her parents appreciate tho maay kindnesses shown by their friends during the weeks of trial and care just -passed. A small fire threatened damage m the barbershop on the west side ot the main street a few days ago, but the prompt action of the available townspeople and the effective use of the town fire apparatus prevented the evening classes mechanical, tech- nical and scientific lines cannot be offered until after the New Year. One of the special responsibilities placed upon the Institute is that of co- operating with the Military Hospitals Commission in the training of the re- turned soldier, whose disability pre- Tents him following his former occu- pation that has in it the promise of self support and.if possiblo promotion if he proves efficient. Further infor- mation regarding the re-trntning of re- turned soldiers will appear in a later REV. C. O. JOHNSTON DEAD Toronto, Nov. C. O. John- ston, a prominent Methodist divine, who had filled many pulpits through- out Ontario, is' dead here. So much much damage being done. for preparedness, and yet it is rumor- ed that fire Insurance rates are on the upward trend. Strange indeed it is that' preparedness and efficiency should be no lightly rewarded. A mealing of the board of trade held on the evening ot Monday, the IN 'It ohctfMtt food known. Homa braid baklno reduoei high cost of living by lessen- ing the amount of live meats required to supply the necessity nourishment to the body. mruai suMTrnim. JJE.W.GIUETT COMPANY they will be nearer ,Mr. Wyndham, Capt. Charles and Pte. William, who are all wearing the khaki. Mr. and Mrs. Redpatb and children expect to leave for the coast, whero they will visit for some time, after which they will go to Montreal for .he winter. Quite an interest is. being evinced n the inter high school debates which will commence on Nov. 24th. The sub ject is "Compulsory Military Training :n Schools." The debaters from our school will be Harold Baker and Miss Sylva Ward, Miss Edna Armstronj and Miss EJvelyn Hinton. Miss Wan and Mr. Baker will uphold the affir mativc side at Clareshclm and Miss Armstrong and Miss Hinton will take the negative side against the Clares holm team here. The stone, structure on Main St known for years as the office of Kom nils, Thomson and Jacksons, has been completely renovated, and the' interio completely changed, it having been transformed into the "home of the telephone exchange." The service was a little out of gear today owing to the fact that this was tlie first day in the new quarters. The equipment has been very much imprpved, the location is verv much better than the former one, and the number of men still work- ing on the Improvements create a stir that is very promising for future com- fort, both to the staff and to .s'ubscrlb- ers. Miss A. Miller has resigned her position as agent, and Miss A. Rear- don has accepted the vacancy. Miss Etta Miller has also accepted a posi- tion on the staff. Mrs. McClelland and daughter, Walter llarcolliis of Ffshbnrn leaving for the coart where they pect to spend the winter. j' The abundant, creamy lather of Lifebuoy Soap is laden with great cleansing power, and antiseptic properties as well. HEALTH_____ So, whea youhiv'emcd LIFE- BUOY on skin, ferment or tnywhere in the home you cm bt lure of eleulineil ud SAFETY. The mild odor quickly Glean bright faucets. No grease and grit in the cracks or you use Old Dutch B-st tor Liver and Bowels Bad Broth, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. Get a 10-ceut box. Sick headache, biliousness, coaten tongue head and dose clogged up with a coin-always trace this to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food in tlie bowels or sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the m- lestHes instead of being cast nut ot the system is re-absorbed into the blood When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes conges- tion and that dull, throbbing, sicken- ing headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the I stomach remove tlie sour, undigested I food and foul gasses, take the excess li'li- from .he liver anil carry out nil ih'o ivivsli. matter and pois- s in the A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you 10-cent box from your druggist means' your head clear, stomach sweet breath right, con) plexion rosy and your liver and bowels regular for 4pply Cream in NosiriW To j 1 Open Up Air Passages. i iuT'w'imt relief: Tour clogged nos- trils open right up, the air passages of your head are clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, mucous discharge, headache, struggling for breath at night, your cold or catarrh is gone. Don't stay stuffed lip! Get.a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now.'Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream In your nos- trils, let it penetrate through every air passage of the head; soothe and heal tha swollen, inflamed mucous mem- brane, giving you instant relief. Ely's Cream Balm is just what every cold and catarrh sufferer has been seek- ing. It's just "THE VICTROLA" Have you a Viotrola? If not, come to us and get one. We complete line of .Victrolas and any model may be bought on helpful terms. What the Victrola is doing for others, it will do for you. II; will satisfy the love of music that is born In everyone of nature has been good to you as well. It will provide you with all the Music of the, world, providing a llfe-long Joy, making your good home still a better home and brighter. We carry thousands of Records and offer you a service unapproacll- ed for intelligence and promptness. Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBBIDGE goodterf ;