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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVRMMER 27, THE LETHBRIDC.i; DAILY HERALD PACE FIV1 Out Today New Vidlor Records First Records by Lazaro Two retards by this promising young "Favorffa" and "Afritana" which indicate Kroat possibilities In his voice. Victor Itucunlft 7443B McCormac.k sings "The Sunshine of Your Smile" TliiK sontr, duplK-atinf; its wonderful Uuropean vogue is having trptni.ndoiis suii'rcss in iliis country. Mct'orniaelr's voice, with makes ii an unusually attractive reciml. Victor Iterord iiiG22 "Happy Dnys" by Mabel Garrison Miss f.'riiiTi.soM sings ibis old favorite with charming expression. Victor Uecurd v d'UicK sintfri "The .Mother's Farrar "A I! Through the Night." Most attractive selections by Caruso, Journct, Kreisler, Ximbaiisl and Evan Williams and 75 others including IN popular MJIII; iiits u' rasrimiting Hawaiian duels. in captivating dance mmiheiv stories Tor children _ net? marimba records. t riots. _ dHisluru! band selections. L' exquisite orchestral renderings 1! Vocal Ei'leftKMiK '2 groups of light opera gems i SOURS of the past. _ rocitaUons Hear them at any "His Master's Voice Dealers" Write for free copy of -IJiO-page Musical En- cyclopedia listing over fiOGO Victor Records. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited SHE'S A DIVER JUST NOW Deep sea diving is tho regular bus- in ess Miss Aleen MeKey Uryant. started in Seattle but has reueiit- ly opened offices in New Vork. 14-'] Li Street. Montreal One Price from Coast to Coast. Made in Canada. Played Everywhere. Dealers in Every Town and City "His Master's Voice1" Lethhridg'e Dealers J. G. ROBERTSON CO. Beiiiisy Block, 5th St. S. R. A. WRIGHT Balmoral Block, 5th St. S. MASON AND niSCH. BALMORAL FIFTH ST. S. I _______ i Tin- first gun in the municipal cam- paign will he fired on Friday night in Xorth LeilibridRc when a joint meet- ing of tho candidates for the mm mis- sion ers hi p of public will he held in Kinsman's ball. Messrs Oliver and (Iruce arranged (he meeting yes- terday, ami Mr. 'Hamilton been vited to bo present. This will be the first, public- discussion of the affairs of tho public works department since the commission form of government was i inaugurated three years ago. j School hoard affairs do not seem to be attracting any more attention as nomination day draws near. With Messrs Davidson, Wallace and Scott seeking re-eioction, there does not seem to be much likelihood of an elec- tion. In the separate school hoard, three trustees will have to he elected. Messrs. Moore. Kenny and Lloyd re- tire at the end of the year. All of i them have refused io allow their 1 names io KO before the ratepayers. I and -so far no possibilities as candi- dates have been mentioned. It looks like an acclamation election for this board also. EAST DRY, TOO, SAYS BRYAN It Won't' Be Long Before Prohibition Will Sweep Atlantic States J-iurHiiKtoii, N. J., Nov. .1. Hrymi thin morning that will fight for a niitlon-wido prohi- bition plank hi the next Democratic plutfurm and thai In a sur- prisingly Bliort Unit'' tbo anti-ruin would engulf the Eastern HUten. He oaino to 'HurlliiKton to visit hin old friend and politico; ally, Jaineu H. Kirch, a mauu- fuuturor. "Tlio (juostlon yroMbition IK not local, although the aeiitiment in its favor in Dions advanced In sonio co inunitiCB than others." 8uid Mr. Hryaii. "The intinmle effect of alco- hol, however, is the same on every one anil the evil's Or the saloon are the samti. avsinvhnn.1 'I'he prohibi- tion reform, like all other reforms of the last twenty years, Is moving from the south and west to the iiorthuiiBl. Prohibition finally will be accepted in the northeast as was the popular election of United States Senators and the income tax." With hin wife 31 r. Bryan will go to Florida after a lew days in Now York and New Kimlaml and will return to the Bryan home ;tt Lincoln. Xob.. next spring. Mr. Hirch said that lie hoped to see Bryan the next Demo- cratic candidate for President on a prohibition platform.. What the Press Agents Say At "True Nobility" a H'.lemilii livt'-rof] Mutual will be ahovu at Starland for thy IUHI times tonight. Wfidnemlay and Thursdtiy OIK- ui Uui most versatile and promismi; of thy younger motion picture in; In a I play that IB entirely new am! unique. tin- was the sub- ject of tin- following comment f.nm the odJtor of one or ilie leading mag- ux.i.C3: "That Htoi-y is Humethlng now. It IE refreshing from beginning to oiid. Kvcry wuulan love It. be- cause deep in her heart she has the same decire for adventure that pi-o-Tpls little Prudence to become a plratt1." DON'T STAY HEADACHY, CON- STIPATED, SICK, WITH BREATH BAD AND STOMACH SOUR. IMPORT ARGENTINE WHEAT Argentine wheat ever imported into l4ivesion. TCXIIH. Nov. nil. Thelihe United States. The steamship American steamship Ausable arrived Maumec Is'expected to roacli here in lufve todnv iltienos Aires with a cargo o[ iSi'UKiQ bushels of wheat. The earso is consigned in a firm. For! and is. the firnt wheat troin Argentina ever imparted into the L'nilcil States {his port. Bishop Alpheus W. Wilson, of tin The local shipping circles ,it is be- Methodist Episcopal Church" South, lievttd, ibis is the first full cargo on is dead. a few days with another cargo of wheat; and ii is understood that a number of oilier shipments have been hooked. ROLL OF HONOR Suvcral (Iiousatul offiftprs and empjovees of the Canadian Pacifir- Kiiilwny Company enlisted for active military duty with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces, and the majority of them are now in Europe, for Canada and the Empire. As particulars of Army Kcservists'are .not available, these lists of those who have given up their lives for their country ov been wounded in action are necessarily in- complete, and do not therefore indicate fnlly to which the _ Company's ofliecrs aiid cinplovee.s liave participated in the great struggle. .IX COMPANY'S SERVICE NATURE OF NAME As At CASUALTY Alderman, Robert T.. Brush Hand Anderson. John Casey, Charles F. Cnllen, Stanley L. 'Davies. Verclon Hunwartb, William Duflln, Joseph W. Ko.x, Ernest Gilson, John (lordnn. Honrv H. Constable' Bridgeman Assistant Editor ProgRivetter Clerk Trainman Stenographer Wiper Material Delivery Man Cwatkins, Ceo. V. C. Chief Clerk Ilain, David Clerk Hamilton, James A. Conductor Jamison, David Car Chockei Kingsbury, C. E. J. Clerk Idling, Charles Loco. Fireman McGrogor, Peter Hoy Chief Clerk ;a, Joseph Car Repairer Ncfnnes, Harry aicKeever, Richard Masterton. ALan G. Wilier, Christiana: Osier, Ralph F.U Patterson, .'ohn C. 'Peterson, George Edward fihearer, James Blattery. Edward Ogden Fort William' Brandon Montreal in n i Montreal Montreal Wilkie Toronto Toronto "Winnipeg Calgary Winnipeg Regina Reglna Frank Montreal Sour is Outremert Quebec Dliitri; t Pentlcton Montreal Banff Montreal Walter Loco. Fireman Labourer Constable Clerk Fireman Watchman Clerk ._....._... Boilermkra, Hlpr. Winnlpcr Car Cleaner Glen Steedmau. Jolm Jas. Land Inspector Calgary Taylor, Robci'; Aast. gtofekncpcr Winnlivi- Thoreson, Theodore Lono. Engineer Alyth Wiicox John Storeman Angus The following casualties (o members of the Can European Staff, on active serviet-. been reportcfi: Frank 1'arey, N. Puffy, Michael L. lUllespie, JotfnG. fiinsULlI, CRorgc Clerk Clerk Chief Clerk Junior rk Woundfid Died of wounds Killed in action Wounded Killed in actior Died of woimrir, Killed in action Vvounded Wounded Relieved dead Killed in action Killed in action Suffering from shock Killed Inaction Died of wounds Wounded Wounded Killed in action Died of Wounded Died of wounds Wounded Wounded Milert in action "Hied action 'onndcd .i'lcd in action '.i ounded Wounded i N'ilied in action Wounoe-J in flrfHn liied of Ottawa. Nov. A. Ackland, deputy minister of labor, in the an- nual report of the department, noted that the pressure of the rising cost of living and the increasing scarcity of labor in many lines of industry is natural result of the extensive recruit ing ami have been the causes of the general movement in the direction the higher wages. In view of the industrial conditions prevailing he views with satisfactini the small number of strikes whicl have occurred. Forty-five strikes oc curred during the liscal year, as com pared with 43 during tho previous r. Many of the disputes were of a trifling nature and represented no ser ious disturbance of labor. troubles were settled through the in tervention of officers of the depart ment with the appointment of a board o.f conciliation. The deputy reports that during the year 122 fair wage schedules were prepared while t'air wage conditions were inserted it large number of government con- tracts. During the year 836 working lost their lives, while 4EJ49 were Injured as a result of accidents. The mining industry was responsible for fatalities, while the railways fur- nished 117, agricultural 94, engineer- ;ng and shipbuilding 86, lumbering 54 navigation 50. Gel. a 10-cent box now- You men and women who can't got olins li.ive- headache, coated -tongue, hurt uistc and foul jreatb, dizziness, ean't sleep, arf hii- ous, nervous am' ImUi'jred with a sick, gassy, disordered sloiu- .ch, or have a bail cold. Arc you keeping your bowels clean i-ith Cascarets. or merely forcing a jassagcway every Tow days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil'.' Cascarets work while you sleep; cleanse''titu stomach, remove the sour, indigested fermenting food and foul gases; lake the excess bile from the iver anil carry nut. of the system all he constipated waste matter and poi- HOn in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will straighten rou out by 10-cent box 'roni any drug store will keep your stomach sweet, liver and bowels reg- ular, and head clear for months. Don't forget the children. They Cas- carets because they taste gripe or Vancouver, Nov. curious tra- Kedy occurred last night just outside Vancouver harbor. Aboard the stoam- I or Camosun was an Indian named Micks being brought to the city to I serve a four months''term for selling liquor. Aboard the same ship was a Chinese acquaintance of the Indian, 1 Last, night the latter broke away from (he constable in charge bf him, pushed (he Chinese overboard and leayed Ju after him. Both men were drowned. MofrTBt.tr., November 1st, 1916 (List No, NEW COMMANDER AUSTRIAN FORCES London, Nov. Eugene, of Austria, has been made field marshal and prom- oted to the supreinc command of the Anstro-Uiingarian fore- es In succession to Archduke Frederick. of Austria, accord- ing to a dispatch from the Rome correspondent of the Wifeless Proa's. Travel in Comfort Large, Steady Steam- ers Sailing Direct To Glasgow From Steamer St. John SATURN1A 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. Wanted'to Buy Five or Six Fresh Cows WRITE OR PHONE Feller Farming- Co. Phone R 415. All orders for -Gfiu'c Coal will be handled by Flic Dowsley Land Coaldale Block. AM orders must be accompanied by cash and will be filled by The Grace at Co. in rotation. No coal can possibly be sold at the mine at the present time. A. M. DOWSLEY, AGENT Telephone At the "Kmpress Mine. Pt'truva. who makus hor screen in tho Plays and rilayon; prndii'- lion of "The Heart of A Wo- came to America from War- saw, liu-ssian Poland, .six yours to bwonie the star of cho follius Jier- i'.nd so was her popular- ity that Winthroi) Amos, one of A Mi- erica's foremost producers, launrliL-d her in his L'roat jirodnrtion of "i'an- thca" at ihc, fiooth theatre, Now Vorlc. as the star, and since that Him- in Irap.s iiTid boundK sho has for- ward until shi( (jwunies tin1 of heinf; Aincrica's forninort dniinatic Htrtresy. "Tho Myarl. of it PainkMl V.'onian.." is at l.ln: l-Jniiireflii theatre laot lime. At ilie Majestic When SiiMinur XicJinis wrote "The Girl H'i Hny." powerful I.tluy IH' N'cw Vorlv life which conies (o tlie .Majestie on Friday Satur- day Uiis; week, In; oliKtisspd with one bis; of upholding and tin1 01" girlhood, la tiin story ol' ihn jilay he has made his con I Tip ire (Inn a yniiiif; Hirl. forced by circunistancefs ovc-r she has no control io earn her own living alnne anil unaided in Vork City. Tho temptations and pit- falls which .snmniml her, her downfall and ultimate rise, arc till carefully portrayed iii the nlay. There will by a special matinee on .Saturday after- noon, and seats for ilie evening per- formances will on sale at Iledley's on Thursday morning. "TWIN BEDS" HERE AND THURSDAY The play that is mailing the world "S'win will be nre- iiented al the Majestic on Wednesday and Thursday uiyht this week. Nov. ainl oOth, hy A. S. Stern and Co., i lie nnterpriHiiis Hnn of managers who hiue so nuiny to their credit. There he no question of the popularity of this hilarious com- edy. It rarf for one solid year in York, ]ilayed for six months in Aus- tralia and is now in its second year London. There ia :i 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 31.v Boy ToiiightT You will lit- iMilrancc-ii by h'-r Art transfused into this fine hymn. ami hundreds a I' oihyr songs, hymns and balUidtf, are to Yletrolji owners Many of t.hem arc given through artists of the highest rank, such HK Lonirfe Homer. Visit us: we will bo to play for you any Record you may desire to hear. It will quickly settle the question of the Christmas present for the family! THIS Balance Easy Terms We carry Victrolas in all Styles anil at all Prices. The MASON RISCH VICTROLA SERVICE makes fhc possession of this wonderful instrument easy! ott Kind! "THE HOME OF THE Balmoral Block VICTROLA" Lcthbridge STOP MAKING BOOZE OF WHEAT KING'S YACHT HAULS FREIGHT Telephone TWO DAYS DECEMBER 1 and 2. MATINEE SATURDAY AT "THE HECGULDNT BUY" ft VIRILE PLAY IN FOUR ACTS BY SUMNER NICHOLS EVERY WOMEN PAYS THE PRICE A story that VyJII please every woman and every man who cherishes and respects woman- hood. No 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 London, Nov. official com- mmiiftation by the board of trade- tn- Nev.- NTov. -The exlraor- iiiury Demand for ocean lomiago ha.-; tllc Prlvata order the effect of which is to ;1 liinfe'- hibil. the .use of wheat in the maun- Today' there arrived here the Span- i'acture of beer and similar liquors. The order is effective next, Monday. "The use of grain for the produc- tion of soirits without authorization of the minister of munitions was pro- hibited by the order of May 10, last." ish steamship Alfonso XHL, formerly the royal yacht of the king of Spain. She once was the North German Lloyd steamer TIavol and was purchased by Spain during the Spanish-American St. Thomas District Methodists de- clared ia favor ol! conscription under proper safeguards. Controller T. S. Morris, .7. Tyrell and C. G. Boolcer arc mayor- alty candidates in Hamilton. TOMORROW (Wed.) and Thurs, Oct 29-30 A. S. STERN S. COMPANY PRESENT (BY ARRANGEMENT WITH SELWYN COMPANY) The Season's Supremo Carnival of Laughter BY SALISBURY FIELD AND MARGARET MAYO A Comedy of Life Among the Apaitnieiit Dwellers. YOU WILL LAUGH TILL YOUR RIBS TICKLE YOUR SIDES AND v THEN SOME. PRICES: 75c 50c SEATS AT HEDLEY'S NOW I LAST TIME MME. OLGA PETROVA in "The Heart Of a Painted Woman" A Metro Wonderplay in Five Acts. It might be stated that Mme, Petrova in this one excells all other screen productions. Also some screaming comedy. TONIGHT, Last Time-li-2! 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 TAVLOR, HELENE ROSSON AND A COMPANY OF STARS, IN "True Nobility" GLADYS HULETTE i IN "Prudence the Pirate" ;