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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMUKn 27, THE LETHBrilDUB DAILY HERALD PAGE FIV1 HEG -AG.-DEPT. Out Today New Vidtor Records Kirsl Records by Two recunls hy promising young "Kavorlta" and "Afriuina" which indicate great po-ssihilitiea In his voice. Victor Records 74-195, McCormack sings "The Sunshine of Your Smile" This sonir, duplicating its wonderful KuropeiU! vogue- is having irrmendotis success in this country. MH'ormack's voice, with violin ohlisato. mulct's it an uniisually attractive record. Victor Record (J4G22 "Happy Days" by Garrison .Miss f.lnn-i.suii sings this old favorite with charming expression. Vfclor Record v (I'liiek "The Mothers Farrar "All ThroupJi the NitfM." Most attractive selections by ('jiruso, Journct, Krcisler, Zimbalisl and Evan Williams and 75 others including is popular hits i> fascinatini; Hawaiian duets. In captivating dance 'i Morios for children i1 new marimba records. _ instrumental Irios. i; ddigliiful hand _ (.'xqutsiiH orchestra! renderings il Vocal srluciiotiK '2, groups of light opera gems songs of the past. j recitations Hear them at any "His Master's Voice Dealers" for free copy of -loO-page Musical En- cyclopedia listing over 0000 Victor Records. Berliner Grani-o-phone Co., Limited LfMioir Stred; One Price from Coast to Coast. Made in Cansda. Played Everywhere. 1 Dealers in Every Town and City "His Master's Dealers J. G. ROBERTSON CO. Bsntloy Block, 5th St. S. MASON AND BALMORAL FIFTH ST. S. R. A. WRIGHT Balmoral Block, 5th St. S. XB.I IMPORT ARGENTINE WHEAT (jaiyostoit. TexttH. Nov. lilt. The Amer'iCiin Ktuiunship Ausablo arrived IKJVO todav UKRIIOH Aires with a of" lSO.000 tiushels of wheat. The carso is consigned in a firm V'ort and the wncat I'roin Argentina imported into the States through Mils port. The loffU sliijipllii? circles ,ii IA be- lieved, this is the first full cargo of Argentine wheat cviir imported into the United States. The steamship -Manmee is "expected to reach here in a few days with another cargo of wheat; and it is understood that a number of other shipments have been boo lie il. Bishop Alphcus W. Wilson, of tl_ Methodist Episcopal Church South, is dead. ROLL OF HONOR Several lltousaiicl officers and emploj-ees of the Canadian Payific Knilway Company enlisted for active military duty with the Canadian Expeditionary ;utd thft majority of them are now in Europe, .bravely 'battling for Canada and the Empire. As particulars of Army Kesoi-yisis'are not available, lists of those who have given up their lives for their country or been wounded in action arc necessarily in- complete, mid do not- therefore indicate i'nlly thexextent to which the .Company's officers arid employees have participated in the great st niggle. SHE'S A DIVER JUST NOW sou diving ia iho ronulur bus- noss of Miss Ak'eti Uryant. ilio in Koattlc but has receiit- open rid offices in Now li'ork. EAST DRY, TOO, SAYS BRYAN It Won't' Be Long Belore Prohibition Will Sweep Atlantic States Hiirllngtoii, N. Nov. J. Uryiin roltorutud ihis mornlub'that hn will rifilit fur ruitlon-wide bit Ion plftnk ii; Hip platform and imMlIciud that In tt sur- prisingly Hliort tlnu1' tho aotl-ruio would ungulf (he Kastem He caino to in bin old fvioml ami political ally, Jmaeu H. IJirch. a wealthy carriage inanu- fucturcr. "Tho tjuoBilun ,jj yroliibition if; notj local, although tho aentfmeut in its favor in inori; inlvtuiced in norm: ooni- inunitius tlion tiaid Mr. Bryan. intimate c-ffect. of alco- hol, however, is (lie aniny on every one und the evils of the aalooti are the same ftvcrywhore The prohibi- tion reform, HUi> all other rofoniis of the last years, IK moving from the south and wyst to the northeast. Prohibition finally will be accepted in northeast as was ihe popular election of I'nltcd Slates Senators and thu income tux." With his wlfi- Mr. Ilryan will go to Florida, after a lew days in Now York and New and v.-itl return to tilt; Bryan at Lincoln, next spring- Mr. IJircji said that he Cd to see Bryan the next Demo- cratic candidate for Pros Went on a prohibition platform.. Agents Say At JStartand Nobility" ;i .iidGndld livf-ruel MiiUihi will by oliown at Startand for tho lAm, times tonight. Wednesday and Thursday Olndys one ul tho most vcrautilu autl proiuiaiug u.otlon picturrv nctruHtiCK. ivlH ho "sot-u In ii ploy that is ontirt'Iy new ;UK! unique1. (In; I'isiito." was tlic Huh- Jpct or the comment ihu oUIioi oi one of the leading mag- azines; "Tlmt ntory is ijomrjthinjj n'ow. It in from bofflnulug to wud. Kvory will love ft, bo- cause deep in her heart she Uaa the same dcrirc for adventure thsit prompts little Prudence to become a pirate." Tin; first in the municipal cam- iign will bii fired on Friday night, in North Lpthbridfic when a joint inent- Inp of tho candidates for the commls- ersliip of public will hokl in Burf-'man's hull. Messrs Oliver 1 (Jrace arranged Hie yes- terday, and Mr. Ilfiro.lton IIHK been in- rited to be present. This will ho the first pul.lic discussion of thu affairs uf tin? nubile works department, since the r'oni mission form of government was inaugurated "three years ago. School hoard affairs do not seem to tm attracting any more attention as lomination day draws near. With Messrs Davidson. Wallace and Scott tthiff I'c-cisciion, there does not seem to be much likelihood of an elec- ion. n B1U01! LEI IIS" Iff DON'T STAY HEADACHY, CON- STIPATED, SICK. WITH BREATH BAD AND STOMACH SOUR. .separate school hoard, three Get a KJ-cent box now. You men and women who can't got fouling have headache, coated -tongue, binl lasie ami foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep. arr> hil ions, nervous and upset, bothorcd with a sick, gassy, disordered stom- ach, or have a bad cold. Arc you keeping your bowels clean with Cascareis. or merely forcing a passageway every few with Halts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets work while you sleep; cleanse'the stomach, remove the sour, undigested fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out, of the system all ihe constipated waste matter and poi- son in the bowels. A Cascarel tonight will straighten m out by 10-cent'-box "tore will keep your :1 bowels res- tates have been mentioned. It looks ike an acclamation election for this icard also. As Alderman, Robert T.. Brush Hand Anderson. John Constable' Casey, Charles P. Kridgeman Stanley L. Assistant Editor Davios, Verdon Frog Rivetter Dunwortli, William Clerk Uufflh, Josepli W. Trainman Fox, Ernest Stenographer Gilson, John Wiper Oortioa. Henry i I. Material Delivery Man GwaikinK. Sec. V. C. Chief Clerk Hain, David Clerk Hamilton, James A. Conductor Jamison, David CarCheckei Kfngsbiiry, C. IS. J. Clerk Charles Loco. Fireman JIcGrogor, Peter Hoy Chief Clerk IN COMPANY'S SERVICE At Mcllhagga, Joseph Marry McKeevpr, Richard Wastertan, G. Sillier. Christiana: Osier, Ralph RU Patterson, John C. Teterpon, George Kussell. Edward (Shearer, James Slattfiry, Edward, Jouu .Tds. Taylor, Robert Thoreson, Theodora Vilcoi. John Ogden Fort Brandon Montreal Winnipeg Montreal Minnen-or: Montreal AVilkie Toronto Toronto Winnipeg Calgary Winnipeg Itegina lU'gina Frank Montreal Soiiris Outrcmorf Quebec DJstrh'E Pentfcton Montreal Car Repairer Waiter v Loco. Labourer Constable Clerk Fireman Watchman Clerh Boiiermkrs. Hlpr. Winnlpcr Car Cleaner Glen Yar Liuni uisjiertor Calgary Asst. Storekeeper Winiiiiio- LORO. Engineer Alyth Sloreman Angus NATURE OP CASUALTY Wounded Died of wounds Killed in action Wounded Killed in actior Died of wounds Killed In action Wounded r Wounded Wounded Believed dead Killed in action Killed in action Suffering from shock Killed In action Died oC wounds Wounded Wounded Killed in action Died of wounds Wounded Died of Wounds Wounded Vi'ounded Milcd in action ilied in action 'Voimded Allied In action Wounded Wounded Ottawa. Nov. A. Ackland. minister of the an- nual report of the department, noted that the pressures or: the rising cost of living ami the increasing scarcity of labor iji many lines of industry is a natural result the extensive recruit- ing and have been the causes of the general movement in the direction of the higher wages. In view of the industrial conditions prevailing he views with satisfaction the small number of strikes which have occurred. Forty-five strikes oc- curred during the fiscal year, as com- pared with 43 during the previous year. Many of the disputes were of a trifling nature and represented no ser-i lous disturbance of labor. Many! troubles were settled through the in-! tervention of officers of'the depart ment with the appointment of a boa of conciliation. The deputy reports that during the year 122 fair wagi schedules were prepared while fair wage conditions were inserted i large number government con tracts. During the year S36 working people loat their lives, while 4949 wer injured as a result of accidents. The mining industry was responsible foi fatalities, while the railways fur viislicii 117, agricultural 94, engineer- ing and shipbuilding 86, lumbering 54 and navigation 50. Travel in Comfort Large, Steady Steam- ers Sailing Direct To Glasgow From Steamer St. John SATURNiA Portland CASSANDRA Halifax CASSANDRA Portland ATHENIA Halifax ATHENIA- Tickets and other information from any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. Vancouver, Nov. curious tra- Sedy occurred last night just outside Vancouver harbor. Aboard.the steam- er Camosun was an Indian named i Micks being brought to the city to i serve a four months' term for selling liquor. Aboard (lie same ship was a Chinese acuualntance of the Indian. j Lust night the latter broke away from' i the constable in charge ot him, pushed Hie Chinese overboard and leayed in after'him. Both "men were drowned. The following casualties to members of (he Canadian European Staff, on active-service, li; a been AdlinjftoD, Frank Cavey. Osnffrey N. Huffy. Mlcli'aol L. f unstall, Clerk Clerk Chief CI Clerk .Hinlor Killed in action Vi'oiuide-J in act 'can Uled of wouxas T, November 1st, 1916 I No. i2j. NEW COMMANDER AUSTRIAN FORCES London, Nov. Kugone, of Austria, has been made field marshal and prom- oted to the supreyjo command of the Austro-Hungarian forc- es in succession io Archduke Frederick of Austria, accord- ing to a dispatch from the Rome correspondent of the Wireless Press. Wanted to Buy Five or Six Fresh Cows WRITE OR PHONE Fanning Co. R 415. All orders for Grace Coal Mill be handled oy The DoAvsley Land Ajyen- Coaldalc Blork. All orders must be accompanied by cash and will be filled by The Grace Coal Co. in rotation.. No coal can possibly be gold at the mine at the present time. A. M. DOWSLEY, AGENT Telephone At (he Empress Mine. Olga Petrova. who makds Imr screen ujiTie.-ir.iuee In thu i and players prodtic-' tion of "The lioart of A Painted came to America from War- saw, Uusaifiii Poland, six years I to Ilie star of the follies Hec- j'.nd so was her popular-i lly that Amns, one nrAm-i erica's foreaiost iirotiueers, Ifiiint'hL'il i her in his great nroiluction of "1'an- tiiea" at flu; Uooth theatre, Xow York.! as the star, mid since that time in j leans and bounds she has ,uone for- ward until sho OfCuiiUjP tin1 .'i At (he Majestic day thte week, he was with one bis; of upholding and clipiishiny the sanctity girlhood, thn story ol ilir; fli'.y hr lias made his central figure of a yiuinf: forced by drcnwsf antes ovrr she has no conirol enrn her own livini; and unaided in Xtnv York City. Tho r emu rations and pit- falls which surround her, her downfall and ultimate rite, are ali ea re fully portrayed in the play. There will be a nnec.ial matinee on Sauirday after- noon, and seats for the evening per- formances will be on sale at Iledlcy's on Thursday morning. "TWIN BEDS" HERE TOMORROW AND THURSDAY The play that is making all the world laiiKh, "rTwin will hn .nre- sented at. the ifajcatic on Wedne.silay niiil Thursday niyht this week, Nov. and 30th. by A. S. Stern and Co.. the firm oi aiaiiagcrs wlm have so many sucficsses to their credit. Tliere y.ii he no iiuostion of the popularity o[ this hilarious com- edy. It TBii i'or one solid year in New York, played for six months in Aus- tralia and is now in its second year In London. There is n great demand for seats at Medley's now. Have You Ever Heard a Great Artist Sing a Simple Song How the old familiar melody and tender words have breathed into them new sentiment and new meaning! Have you ever heard Louise Homer, the Queen of Song, Is Boy You will entranced by her Art transfused into this fine ok! hymn. Tills, ami hundreds of oUi-.-r HOURS, hymns and ImlUuls, are inailabh; to owners. Many of them are given through artists of the highest rank, such a? Loitirfe Homer. Visit us; will bo glad to play for you any Kecord you may desire to hear. It will iiuiekly settle tho question of the Christinas present for tlic fiimily! THIS Balance Easy Terms We carry Viclrolas in all Styles and ill ail Prices. The MASON RISCH VICTROLA SERVICE makes the possession of this wonderful instrument easy! lisrh "THE HOME OF THE Balmoral Block VICTROLA" Lcthbridge -assies; Telephone 1722 TWO DAYS ixt Fni ft S >Ai 11 u DECEMBER 1 and 2. MATINEE SATURDAY AT "THE GIRL HECOULDNT BUY" A VIRILE PLAY IN FOUR ACTS BY SUMNER NICHOLS EVERY WOMEN PAYS THE PRICE A story that please every woman and every man who cherishes and respects woman- hood. Mo mother or pecially those who have to earn their own afford. to miss this great play. Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c Sat. Matinee: Adults 25c. Children 10c STOP MAKING BOOZE OF WHEAT London. Nov. official com- munication by the hoard of trade to- day says: "The board of trade has made mi order the effect of which is to pro- hibit tlifi ,use of wheat in the manu- facture of beer and similar liquors. The order is effective next, Monday. "The use of grain for the produc- tion of spirits without authorization of the minister of munitions was pro- hibited by the order of May 10, last." KING'S YACHT HAULS FREIGHT Xew Nov. extraor- dinary demand for ocean lonnagn lui.-i now laid tlic erstwhile private of a king. Tiniay" there arrived here the Span- ish steamship Alfonso formerly tho royal yaclil of the kins of Spain. She once was North German T.ioyd steamer Havel and was mirchased hv Spain during the Spanish-American St. Thomas District Methodists de- clared in favor of conscription under proper safeguards. Controller T. S. Morris, Aid. .7. W. Tyrell and C. G. Booker are mayor- alty candidates in Hamilton. fAJESTI Phone 1722 and Thurs, Oct 29-30 A. S. STERN 4 COMPANY PRESENT (BY ARRANGEMENT WITH SELWYN COMPANY) The Season's Supreme Carnival of Laughter TWIN, BEDS BY SALISBURY FIELD AND MARGARET MAYO A Comedy of Life Among- the Apartineiit Dwellers. YOU WILL LAUGH TILL YOUR RIBS TICKLE YOUR SIDES AND v THEN SOME. PRICES: iflLOO SEATS AT HEDLEY'S NOW 75c 50c 'MPRESi I LAST TIME MME. OLGA PETROVA in "The Heart Of a Painted Woman" A Metro Wcnderplay in Five Acts. It might be stated that Mme. Petrova in this one excells all other screen productions. Also some screaming comedy. TONIGHT u Last Time-15-25 MCDONALD AND CURTIS PRESENTS "Ten Bar Rooms in One Night" A howling scream from start to -finish. Also some first class DUET: MISS SIMM, MR. FLEMING Also "A Squabble for a Com. LAST TIMES TONIGHT E. FORREST TAYLOR, HELENE ROSSON AND A COMPANY OF STARS, IN "True Nobility" GLADYS HULETTE IN "Prudence the Pirate" ;