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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JBIgHT' -THB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915 Faces As Fair As A Summer's Day Are Possible- If Stuart's Calcium for.a Short-. Ulany people been heard to euy that, used and lo- tions for years -without effect, yet utter Cal- cium Wafers'.' their, complexions were Jtorfectlyclear. "1 Got Rid of Blackheads in' a Jiffy by Calcium .Wafers." .They contain 110 poisonous drug of any kind, are perfectly harmless and can bo taken, with absolute freedom, am! they work almost like magic. Calcium" Sulphide, their principal in- gredient, is the greatest blood-clean- eer known to science. No matter how bad'your skin may foe, Stuart's Calcium Wafers will fliiickly work wonders with it. It's goodby to blackheads, pimple, acne, Cranbroofc. Nov.: The lowest ebb in the period of 'depression 'secins to have been passed, by the lumber in- dustrv in South Eastern. British Col- imblft. lot' never since -the "early months oliai-t has the outlook been so reassuring. I A fairly, steady market -lias been do-. lopmt' on the prairie and since -Au- gust regular shipments have been made by practically all mills. The general yard stock is estimated to; have been reduced by one-half during this time. IJush camps are being installed bv the greater number of the mills and t some fifty million feet will be logged tip to April I, 1916. Fifty per cent..; approximately, of this will .he sawed i in the mills during this period, twelve of which arc expected to operate. Lumbermen generally are very pleased with the outlook and several who have lately made extensive tours in the western prairie state that the prairie as a result 01 their J tremendous crops this year, are. in a state of. prosperity and are doing con- siderable buying. A campaign has been started by the British Colombia Forest Branch to- COFFEE bolls, rash, eczema, and dirty "filled-up" completion. You -cau get n bos of Stuart's Calcium Wafers at any drug store at 50 cents a -box, and you Trill be positively delighted with their wonderful effect. FREE TRIAL COUPON F, A. Stuart _ Co.T 305 Stuart Bldg.r Marshall, Mich. Send me at once, by return a free trial package of Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Street Citr Coffee- that will make your household guests grateful; yourself enthu- siastic. vrartls extending 'the 'markets ci B. j C. timbers on the prairie. It is the intention ot the branch to establish a special market commissioner, with headquarters at- Kegina. The duties of this commissioner will include the thorough, investigation of prairie con- ditions whereby the lumber industry is affected, and" by extensive. ing to place, before the prairie popu- lation the advantages of Uritish Col- umbia" timber. A set oi ten pamphlets has been is- sued by the Forest Branch, in con- junction with the University :of: Sas- katchewan, for circulation in-. B. C. 'on the prairie.. These, pamphlets deal with the construction of- build- ings of all stables, houses, piggeries, 'hen houses, implement sheds, etc. .During the past week '.the lumber- men; in this district have.- been in' In 1" and' 2 pound cant Whole also Fine Ground (or Percolators. CHASE SAJiBORN, MONTREAL 139 REMOVAL SALE Mason Risch Co. Ltd. conference with officials of the Forest Branch regarding the further develop- ment oi this-work .and'it-is certain that with-the efforts of the lumber- men assisting, the Forest Branch in this new form or market development, that tniich good will' result. A Philadelphia scientist- claims to have invented an incandescent gas light, mounted, so'that its rays arc filtered .thrpugVcolored screens until identical with sunlight. -FKENCH SHELLS SCREENED OF AVIATORS BY FOLIAGE Have decided to move to a New Location in the Balmoral Block, next to Wrights's Jewelry Store. We Offer Bargains Pianos, Music Rolls and Slightly-Used Talking Machines now on sale at prices that will clear them out in short order. A Few Used Pianos at -prices from up. Twelve Organs, slightly used from up. NOW IS THE TIME TO (JET A PIANO OK 01WAX AT A S-XAP Tn our new location we will add to our stock a complete line of SHEET MUSIC HIM! SMALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. MASON RISCH PIANO CO., LTD. 405 FIFTH STREET SO.UTH Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal Dairy Co, PHONE 1576. 'ANDCOCK'S FIRST COMMAND; DYING, COULD SAY'ALL CORRECT A True Tale of the Trenches Telling of Men Who Thought Shirking Worse Than Death il Get Convictions forest of shells in the rear of the French Unes covered uitli branches for -protection air attack. The Breakfast Shapes the Day ioad the atoiiuoh- np_ with a breakfast of -rich, greasy food, and you clog both" digestion and mind. For real efficiency try-a breakfast of Grape-Nuts and Cream Some, fiuit, an oyg. a 'Cu of hot Postinn. Then tackle the work ahead with- vigor keen mind. There's joy in it. Grape- Nuts U a food Tor win- ners. "There's a Reason" Mmie Canada Sold by Grocers, Canadian Postum pereal Co Ltd Windsor, Ont Edmonioii. Alta.; Nov. gooii i work which, is tjeiug" done in the pro- the smali band-of provincial deteeUves ia the emDloy of the Liquor i License'branch of the Attorney Gen- eral's department, is well .exemplified pby their work in the city of Edruon.- i ton. While the work of this sma'il j force is province-wide in its ramiiica- j tions, its 'assistance in the" mainten- i ancc of law and order in the cities is in the following which contains a statement of convictions in i Edmonton city during the period 'be-, jtween'January-1 and Xovomber 15, "as I prepared by Chief License Inspector j Forster: January: Two convictions; four i months in gaol sentences; February: Ten convictions; in j fines., I March: Twenty-eight convictions; 17 fines; aggregating ten gaol sentences aggrecatlng 22 mnnta0, cue committed for trial. April: Eight convictions; seven fines, one committed for trial Sixteen, .eleven fines, five prison terms, aggre- gating 18 months June: Two convictions: two fines, July: Three convictions; one fine, one prison term cf three years, one term of six months 'August: Twenty two convictions, fifteen--fines, terms aggregating nine months and 2r-days, one committed for trial. September: Seven convictions; foui- -three prison terms ag- gregating seven months. October: Twenty convictions; sev- enteen fiiftes, one suspended sentence; ?two remands November {to Five-convic- tions; four-fines, one gaol sen- tence of three.years The total fines amounted to and the prison terms to 13S i.montbs and'31'.days- TIle largest-tine find-the smallest long, esfc prfson term was three yeara and the-sliflrtest 21 days. The crimes for which convictions were as fol'iows Selling liquor without license, 50; keepinK liquor for sale.. 9; selling liquor to interdict, 1: selling liquor to minor, 1; drunk whi'ie interdicted, iJ, selling liquor during prohibited hours, retailer, selling br wholesale, 3; operating an illicit still. 1; procuring for irn'mbral DurpoeeK, 3; keeping.dls- ordei'.'y Inmates Oisprderlj houses, 10; frequenters di.Bprderiy houses, 3; selling opium, 4; having- opium In possession, 3; infractions, of pool room act, ;1; theft by cpnvfirsfon, 1; theft At 1, vagrancy at exhibition grnmJS; c' The London Daily Mall, published the following (By Lieutenant, U. In the eyes of the foolish- they seem- ed to have died And their; departure was accounted to be their Wisdom ot Solomon, iii, '2. "Blimey 'Oo's in command (hate -five- ho 'Anciick, as iie described biinsisU when drawing from-thu (itiprteu-.- mastrr-Ecrgeant) dragged hiinseh" from underneath a pile of dying Prussians. He had breathless but un- hurt, a desperate sec- ond that the trench in which he was stationed. The last Prussian survivor of the previous charge had died fifty yards writhing, moaning, and .blaspheming among the wreckage of the trench's barhed-wiic screen. In their second charge the Prussians had reacted, Handcock's trench and fought hand-to-hand with its defenders. They hud died to the last man, but hail taken so many gat- 1 takes command oi' tUc the company too', so far as I can sec, pcridin1 orders. hoys, get to work. You, "a "city when at into the funk-'olc and makers m an1 telephone that I'rivit 'Ancock'ro- grsts to report "Telephone's replied Pri- vate Karris (oi Messrs. Harris, Lov- cll. uml Doubleday, solicitors, Gray's "The last cannonade did for, it." Jimsun, you'd better 'op ulonif with ;i message. You've got a bullet through your ami, by the look of your tunic, ,so you won't be much use with a 's'iih. Say .wot's lef oi us is tod weak lo tlefcnd'the firm' trench, so "we're fallin' back to 'old the 'ead oi the epnsinwiicatin', trench. Remainder Right' turn Quick march And just then, little more than a hundred-miles away, the first cuckoo of the year called across' a peaceful Sussex valley that spring .had come. ''Our relief ought to be 'ere in 'an' lant British lads with them into the' Great Beyond that not one iiian twenty hail survived their attack Handcock looked up ant! down the winding trench. platoon com- mander was dving face downwards, bloct! spurting from a little, red hole among his yjj.iow curls. -The platoon sergeant, sobbing and choking, a bay- onet thrust, in his. lungs, was sitting propped against an ammunition box I an 'our's said Handcock when ma littlc-narty halted at the head of the communication trench, "But if T anything 01 them 'Uns'they'll in ilit, charge hcioie tieu, .in' i' the} can take the tommumcatm' trench our boys 'II be in tlie soup. We'll block up this end so as to "-'are cover to fire over. Gome, boys, get lively "What are you going to block it usked" Harris. "Empty am- im' my number's -.up, All correct'! AH iit the muddy tranches where nicti be- lieved and acted, on -the .belief that many are 'worse than death. Rut on the other side of the .Channel all was far-, uom correct. There, picture palaces and theatres nightly and. young men sold neckties to oilier young men ami behaved jitst ns war, were raging, except that they wore "pa- triotic" badges in their buttonholes of ammunition, hig-guii ammmiitiou that.saves men's fives, loafed idle for days together because being paid about-.ten. times as much ns "Handcock had been paid, they1 could afTcrf to do so. A month after Handcock died, Jiirrson released on. sick leaie -from Jlillbank Hospital, spent one miserable day' of I ibcrty and then went hack and urged the P.JJ.O. to let him return to work. "1 want to get back to my pals, he pleaded. "I've no use for the lot I met yesterday. I want to be among .the sttr.t-.rn men that a.follow can have a drink with, without' feel- ing ashamed." HUN UNDEfl ARREST San Francisco, C. Crowley. was arrested late today. H.e is with conspiracy 'to further the destruction oC ships bear- Ing: munitions of-war. and supplies for tlic Entente Allies. men reached him soon was past taking over tho ambulance enough, but: to command. in command shouted Hanilcock. "Corpril 'Ohbs t Corpnl Tyson Ain't there any bloomin' coi- pnls left "T" "Looks" like tlicy've outcd them a man from his post yards farther along the trench. "Cor- poral "Dawcs went west first time they attacked and Corporal tlacdon aid s past caring who wins the Boat i Race. There's Hicks and Jiuison Harris the other side of me and me there, I Vlp, COCr and there's no time to dig." "Corpses, of course. There's 'enough and to spare-of them. WcMltakc the sergeant m ijor lor a start. Funny thmi; 1 rpallv liked the man till IIOH, ,111' ,ct I behne 'c was a good soit at eait Git 'old 01 le'b, two of xoi1, an' I'll take ,i pull JS Rj gteat good luce Hamlcock s party liad time to finish their gruu- some task undisturbed. lads, collect all thi ITUI lay >om 'amis on DANISH COUNT KILLED London, Danish-count, resident in Canada for several years, who joined the.first contingent, was killed in action in-Flanders. at. guns you charge and you and Silly Billy over and that seems'to he all." '-Then I'm in command: 'Oo'd 'avc t-hoiifilife it. Privit Lance- Corpril. jirigadier-Gcnril 'A ncock ONLY SIXTEEN, mum SICK Tells How She Was Made Well by Vegetable Compound. New Orleans, "f take plcssaw in writing these HncJ to express my grati- tude to yon.s I am only 16 years old and in B tobacco factory. I have fen a very girl but I have improved wonderfully taking Lydin E. Vegeta- ble 'Compound and am now looking fina and feeling a thousand times better." -Miss AMELIA 8961 bonpitoufas St., New Orleans, La. St Clair, mother I trincliTitlTa'ncrsMk }cll of uctoij, because I was tronblri with i recoiled m confused heaps taore I lie fire pom eu on them across the and side, and severe headaches. I had bribh of dead bo close pimples on my face, my complexion was paiked wire liiat onK a few at I sallow, my sleep was disturb-d, I had time toulrt rrph lo it and thus nervous spells, wns very tired and had no ambition. LydiaE. Pinkham'sVeB- stable Compound hW worked like charm hi my case uid hia regulated me. aw.iy the nllc he emptied i I in i mill among hundreds nf turned lo nick up a loaded our and have recommended your mi-di- ne to feel .1 mi-hot gimlet to many of them. "-Miss EOTELLA pirne hn Inioal UP reeled and fell, llOThwinff teach.. Therefore, let; commanded 1-Tand- "Wo 'ave "time to reload thr 'I ni, come round" "The reliefs ought to be here soon if Jinfeon thiouch all Hicks a mfiiutes later. "The (IcrmaiiS''II he replied IJandcock "Thc> 're toimn1 Stan' lo hundred' the '1 o the rounds you've fire." 'Ihc Prussians camfc on in a mass on which the firo of Ha.ndcotk's' coni- maiiil had scarcely mote pci'ceptihi- effect that n rt hceii summer ram They bttarmed into the located lo it and thus Haadtork s parti anil tlic Prussian Mv.irni ucrc mOmenUnn .ilmosl niatchrd Ai> llandcock hi ot me 'u'liu niu i traverse of the Oommunication trench cipcnanco. There was work to be done before anjonc had time lo notice him, but before he died HamUoukv wafa able with due fortnajity: to hand over iiis to the offic- er comm.inthnK the reliefs "We 'cni- back till von tome, lift gasped all HIP (lid thcfr my mout'i morfc of Ws ters from girls who have suffered and were restored to health by Lydm E Vegetable Compound s'lould be a letsori to others. The same remedy is within reach of all. If rim want special mltlot write Ijdii E.rinllmn Mnliclni- Ct. dcntliil) Man. Inur letter will tie eimH. mil ntirerM b; ;