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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, NOVRMHRK 21, 1010 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE DELIGHTFULLY 'SATISFYING ALWAYS THE SAME TURIN MAN WOUNDED ICiidlo Sinclair, HOJI of N. Sinclair, Turin, wan woumlud about 3rd November and is now in Mctalllon honpltnl, Queens Park, London, Eng. fflFORBEln1 CANAL BLOCKED IJorl Dalitoiisit-. Out, Nov. j Lelifgh carried away two; 1 pad Kiit.cs In lock No. t of tho Wol-' lind cimal at 4 o'clock this morniim! nd ;is a result navitjitloii through; caiml will be s touted for a jiys. Tlio draining of tho long level; 1 otwc'.'ii lioi'e and lock No. 2 oi' the j !d canal to allow of tho shipping of! gains and tho refilling of the tliree-mile hivel will lake uy the time of the delay. The LethbridKO board of trade will little tho railway mail sorvlcc to carry mail on the trains leaving1 Loth b and Calgury in the President Marnoch's suggestion that an effort be made to .securt; this advice, was endorsed'''at tho regular miicUnj; at nuoii today. Among other items of business to come before the mooting was the ronort of suggestions of tbo Alberta sub-committee to the Joint committee on agriculture and com- merce, which were approved. S. S. Dunham spoke of Lhe advantages of bringing the Cliautamma to I-cth- n rid go and that tho board of trade and citizens generally get bo- hind the idea, which consists of bringing a week's high class enter- fainment and educational 1'eaturep to the city. Already thirty-four sisna- tureG are on the contract. Ukuwood, N. Nov. K. Hughes, tonight Hunt to President WilHon t1 telegram conyrahiiuUnK nimi on re-election. In his lelugram j Mr. Hughes said: "iJucauHO ol the closeness of the vote I have awaited the official count, in California and now that 11 has lioen j virtually completed, yormit me to RX-) tend lo you my upon! yuiip re-election. I (lustre also to ex-' press my best wishes for a successful! administration." Bin Election Bets Are Paid Off I New York, Nov. L'2. Holdora oFj come of tjie largest wagers nmilu street the presidential elcc- Itloii begun paying the. bets off today 'on the assumption that thorn was now no doubt PresWcnt Wilson had boon eifM'Led. California's Vote IB Solid for Wilson San Francisco, Nov. gathered by republicans and eomplei- ud at nuon'toriay showed Unit HIM low- eat democratic cler-lor in California was 1.202 voter, ahead of tlm Nighest republican. rnuUiiif: the clcctorul dele- gation solid for 'vVilson. Disagreeable isn't but quite unnecessary. Is soothing, cleansing and gives immediate relief. excellent for cold in the head, hay fever, and catarrhal affections of the nasal passages. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money back. 1 Sold exclusively at RexaJl Drug Stores. 25c. It other J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Druggists Lethbrldge, Alberta. HIS M IN Your Dinner Will Always Be a Success If you order the meals from DELAXYS LIMITED. You will then get (lie choicest ol' home raised meats. I i it's on the market we have it. Montreal. Nov. an .ac- count of the scaling in the House of Lords Thursday of Baron Shuugh-. nessy, president of the Canadian Pa-1 eific railway, the Gazette's London correspondent says: "It was an interesting spectacle to see the president of the Canadian Pa- cific, horn and reared amid United States ideas of democracy, go through the traditional ceremony in which crimson and ermine mantles figure. The bnws were exchanged With sroat generosity, am! hats doffed several times. All this ceremony was accom- plished within a Quarter of an hour before empty benches, the custom be- ing that the peers watch tho proceed- ings from the doorways. "Among those who stood there were Viscounts Dinner. Peel, the Earl of Laudcriiulc, Lords Mersey, Pin-ie, Courtney, Atkinson, Bfilfour of Bur- leigii, Cranmore and Stniiehie." H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE 41-J 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed Y "KEEP SMILING" THEY TRIED TO ROUGH IT BUT THEIR NERVE FAILED Prince Alhert. Nov. 51. Dick and W. P. Martin, two Chicago young j men who left Yale College under j mysterious circumstances have been! located in Prince Albert, where they! endeavored to take un work in a, lumber camp. They were engaged to go to Shoal Creek, hut having to walk to the camp, about -'6 milos gave .up when they got liart of the way anil returned to this city, where they communicated with their parents and were wired funds with which to go home. They left here Monday. Make a noise like a hill and the world will chase you. MME. OLGA PETROVA IN "THE HEART OF A PAINT. ED WOMAN." TtfooseinNbrtfiern Ontario Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge good order for sale. Just like new. (t97C flfi Katr -J.UU FOR SAt.S EDISON GRAMOPHONE AND RECORDS I'ractically now. Is tho motto of our Somrne "Pushers" back in London after "tanking" the Hun. The British have ffioers who lead their men, whereas the Huns are driven by men who despise them. Photo shows Corp. with his arm blown off in the Somme advance, telling his brother Herbert, who is just about to go to the about the recent fighting. laughing front, all Huntlns Party In A Trophy; THOUGH perhaps not -_- for Its blB gam. a. British lumbia or New Brunswick, uu- tarlo many yaluable wild Sals, which the minur loves to jiureua iu the fall early H, Is to bo found in many haunts hut his favorlto resorts soora to be In the Tlmngaml and is often to bo Men in tho region stretching from J-ort William to Lake. This season the hunters In North- Ontario nro sure to have an ex- froni ttelr the of toe- Tail and now they are force! to shelter Furthermore, the has been! extended from November to the end of tile- month. Not long'ago, the sport of hunting continea to the male sex, but now It Is