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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta RKHAI." THURJ.I4..AY. NOVEMBER 30, 1010 IS THE SAr-12 MAY BE UE-D WITH MIX SC'JR 1 UUx C3 WATER Best by Test The New Premier of B.C. CORP Firct Elalrmero man to enlist, who has returned from the front. mm Plncher Creek, NOT. John of Mountain Mill, has add-; ed his name to tho list ot men who have heard their country's call. Mr. HolgMns ms anxious to regain to assist Ms father with the fall work on tlie ranch as long as possible, mean- while keeping an eve on the 157th Battalion, in which his brother-in-law (Prom tho Victoria Hon. llarlan Carey Drowsier is the seventeenth leader of au admlulstra- tlon to hold office since the province entered Confederation In 1871. Premier Hrewstor was born in the seaport town ot Harvey, .in the coun- ty of Albert and province of New Brunswick, on November 10. 1870. the sen of Gilbert and Amelia Brewster. His father was for many years collec- tor of customs of the port and was a sMpl'tiiMor and owner. His mother was a member of the Weils tamilv one of her brothers being the late Professor James K. Wells, of McMa ter University. Toronto. His a-uces- trr is Scottish and English. In tho schools of his native towu his boy heed days were spent, and ho com- pleted his scholastic education In Bos- ton. As a boy he spent much of his spare time about his father's shipyards and he gained a knowledse ot that end ot 'the shipping industry at tho sam tiire that he was picking up a knov, ledge of the sailor's craft ar.d tho Ir, sinews direction of marine trans yortation. in his early manhood he was for some time in the newspaper profession, in Now Brunswick and on the Boston Herald, and like all old newsparorac'i he has always been proud of that fact. As a practical sailor he qualified for master's pap- ers as a dee2-sea and coasting naviga- tor, although he never followed that as a serious profession. Corr.ing to this coast over twenty years ago Hon. Mr. Bre-vstc-r entered tno of the old Canadian Pacl- Navigation company as purser, in! 'S NATIONAL FISH DAYS Owing to tire increasing cost of meats "of all kinds, also butter tomers can save inoiicy by buyiiigjlsh at least twice a week. Our stock of Pacific, Atlanticjamd Groat_LaIces Sea Foods is the largest in Southern Alberta. to tha Herald) Blairuore, Xov. ilv_ ter How- 01 tna famous "Fighting: which highly responsible position he was aTuo'nber'. i Tenth" battalion arrived at his homej ml The proper tip came at tho right mo-jln Bb-irmpre list direct travjllta'J a-a trading public. He moat and on the list he'hurried to; Oo-ro-1 HOT-C was aroonl-j othe-r vessals ln Calsary aid became one of the umt, i by Mrs FO-VO. whn canacity. Then he was for donned his uniform, and arrived home; to Medicine Hat to meet again Just long enough to make final son_ arrangements for his voyage and toj r-tl-.p-s-cl at thr- r. P. P Vert" of pliys'cliui to sick Bay good-bye, then journeyed back tojrot to !ho arrival and cheer J. Ear's as no ol.Uircer Calgary and left with the ISTth on; rent tho sir ,-.i the rornoral 'hail one of the Saturday nisht. This is tha iourth jtepned frrra the trM-l. Tho Returned, conne-tlons oath" family to don the khaSi. Lieut. y-tVaas' Bureau (Elairinore branch) and'it wns rart of Percy Walters, a half brother, has turned out in force to receive the hero di'ties to an lit the iieen at SlloniSa since March, -ne was conducted lo an coast DOSf Lance-Corp. J. T. Waiters left defied with fbjrs, whirh ot u'e P03'- real on the 21st with the loaned r.rd driven by D. A. Sinclair.: Word was received in town today mayor ot" Hiairniore. and after lne that Pte. Joe Loi'tus of Suirmprview, remsrlcs nrorerrlM to home enlisted with the 113th. was ;ot- his sister. Mrs. J. B. Farmer, where wounded. As the young father ]a party of relatives and friends nist had moved to Hillcrest, farther par- eet- fre enplov of Thomas Earle. M.P. for Vic- We the following Lines for Friday's Trade Pacific Sea Foods Chicken Halibut Chohoe Salmon Koch Cod Scotch Kippers Atlantic Sea Foods Salt Herring1 Salt Mackerel Finnan Huddle Bloaters Great Lakes SeFood8 Lake Superior Trout Lake Superior Silver Herring Northern Lake White Fish EAT MORE FISH AND SAVE MONEY and bu hie n bu s he >e to tnu uo-s "Ie -a -en-rallv resY lu 'LMS. u tlculars could not he ascertained. Corporal Hovre "vras the first Blair- fest since, from this he went north to taKe EMPEROR'S FUNERAL Amsterdam, via London, Nov. 2S. A 'Berlin official says that the German eaperor arrived in Vi- the advice of Major Stewart, who was: speedily made itselt felt. He nad a then in Lethbrldse. he joined the r.ow sreac deal to do there well as in famous 10th bat'allon and proceeded other' Parts o. the provinee ed upon him to abandon hia intention of attending the fnneral of Emperor Francis Joseph. Was never cured "by dosing the stomach. The two organs are not connected. If they were, food swal- lowed would choice you- For bronchial troubles you must treatfie the cure; and you can't breaths syrups, tonics and syrupy compounds! Peps provide the rational treatment for coughs, colds, bronchitis and lung troubles. Peps are tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, frhlch when put into the mouth turn into healing vapors. These are breathed down direct to the 'lungs, throat and bronchial tuhea swallowed down to Btomach, which is not ailing. On the face of it, now, does this not sound more reasonable tnan drugging tie stomach Try one boi of Peps. A trial will cost you only 50C., and the good you will health cannot be ex- pressed In money terms. Be sur-; of the article when ordering from druggist or Etore. Just four letters DOMINION MARKET COR, FOURTH AVE SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 1654 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUES. PHONbS 412 and 1388 4 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 the develonment of the prov especially in the fishing Indus- one of he own- the Clayoquot the first continsent to Ensilanu. _ He has seen iome very severe firtt- try. Then he oecame one of he own- ing while he was in France, he being' ers and manager 01 the Clayoqaot in the great battles ot Lannemarck, i Sound Canning Company, Ltd., whosa St. Julian, Ypres and other! sple.nu.d plant is situated (m Kennedy hattles At the big battle of St..Julian river, 01 the west coast of he received several wounds, a piece ver Island. There he has ouilt up a of shrapnel pierced his upper lip find, business which is the envy of every lodced in the gums. He was aisoicanner on tha cost. He has accora- :-n n.Tnlr claimed WhGn efl a faculty of gettins at the ssse> tials of any questica -hsforo the legis- lature, and abls critic of the now deceased'gpvernment. Brewater brings to the cousid- ELEVATOR Winnipeg, Nov. ;ess, manager jn SYSTEM AT 'PEG IS MISSING S. Bur- Winnipeg for the .ill- Brewster 10 LIIH uuuoiu- er-tion of jo'.itlcal issues and the Canadian government elevator ays- fairs of the country the same ordinary i tarn, he.s disappeared ......following i He was relieved of his duties last business principles by the three times by the explosive' pushed what so many ciainiuci miuii nuamess nriutiiuca u> i shells of the enemy. At that battle he he started was an impossible task, of which he had made a success of his week, was -eeomniended for conspicuous that of eliminating the Oriental affairs. His high sense ot par-! bravery anil was also recommended in fishing and canning, and he has the j B0nal and commercial honesty nml I Tne and tho auditor is going over today searched his looks. The police e has the; sonal and commercial honesty and] The poice oay sear the first i honor, his frankness and candour, the home. The .family are in California for his bravery at the baitle of Ypres.' proud distinction of heir for his braverv at the Dauie ot ipres. prouu aisuncuon ot ueiug UIK ms irnimuesa uuu Once when attached to the machine1 canner whose output is caught and'radiation an atmosphere nf every- _ ___..r_..___l .1.- ff min nnrii-nlT' Vl.- ivhlta allH ISIII tn rr iliaf 1Q etTH'PTO RtnlTln hltTl-aB gun section, and ihe crew of the gun, AUTO 13 PICKED UP BY ENGINE AND CARRIED 50 YARDS SAFELY San .lose, Alafmo of this city in an automobile 50 yards on the pilot of a locomotive today after a collision at a downtown crssi'ig, and escaped without injury. Alaimo attempted to reach the cross- ing ahead of the train and his ma- chine was lifted onto the pilot. When the locomotive stopped Alaimo's car slipped to the ground and was driven off under its own power. INVALIDS RETURN Quebec, ISTOV. party of 150 invalided Canadian 'soldiers of all charge of Major C. Adams. SCRUPULOUS OBEDIENCE "You know I told you not to take anything from that yaung man, Ella." "I really don't ma. I returned everything he gave me, even his kisses." Baltimore American. that occasion. in Aiberni. although if he hail the It is regrettable that, although he an are thai he would have re- bes been away trom borne for over tained Eeat He contested a seat two years.. Corporal Howe will again in Victoria with R. T. Elliott, K.C., as Victoria with R. T. Elliott, K.C., have to report at the end of the mnfo m itjyu.k im- ui nil. to the Cranville special hospital ati n Liberal Eamsgate, England, to which place he; h w in has hecn attached tor some months BrewEtcr past. NO KORE BEER IN PAILS worth) 'from any poud store, pour St. Louis.-Anolher time honored iUUe botJc institution soon will feel the sting of JL v.-ar. Tho sala of beer in pails is doomed. Local brewers say the in- BrewEtcr was unanimously elected as tho most effective eolith syrup that moncy'ciin a coat of ven-i crease in the cost of raw materials 01 cents or less. .It never sppila. Mr. used in brewtnj have increased so tho .prompt ond positive results Riven the leader of the party, and he at crease the of beer. With tli that ROOD Have increased so MHU, wuoivt.o will In- bj' this plccsaiit lasting eyrup h hive it to b. uewfin more homos EASTERN UNITED CANADA STATES LOW FARES ASX THE AGENT FOR SPECIAL LITERATURE R. lbl.n. Fin. Calnrr.Alu. L M. Martiosh. Tfl'elir.Uii.. Aita. p. T. Mr. tK, to. J, KritJ. tut tin- HI, Wbt H Alu ClUir 1 ill Hill SU once set about its reorganization. The: result of this worl; ar.d of the confi-: dence of the public in him as a man is his succCEEion to the position of premier. When -Mr. Bowser, after long delay, made up his mind to chal- lenge uii expression of the opinion of the electorate here by taking Mr. Flumerfeit into his cabinet, necessi- tating a bye-elsction to fill the vacan- cy left by the resination of Sir Rich sri HeBride, the Liberals ot the city unanimously selected tiieir leader to contest the" election. At that time he was ono ot the four candidates in the field in the interests of the party for the general election, whenever it chould corns. The history of the bye-election, the I session follc-Ving and the general cloctioi campaign are too fresli in the public mind to make it necessary to recapitu'ate them. At both the bye- election and agnin in the vote cast on September 14, Mr. Brewster won by a two-to-one vote over the Bowser can- didate opposing him. No leader of a party in British Columbia has ever received such u decisive and empha- tic expression of popBlar faith. As a member of the legislature from 1907 to 1912 Mr. loft his mark, especially in the last three BOS sions, again In the session which has just closed. In tho days when he was tho lono Liberal member of a very small opposition he roso fully oaual to the exacting demands of tha position It gave him the opportunity to show his ability, and ,it the time it added greatly to the reeling of those of other parties that he was a man !n whom the utmost reliance could be placed. Ho has in the House display- i- crease in wholesale prices shooter'1 will pass away. than anv other remedy. It quickly the loosens a dry, hoarse or cough, hcala tlie inflamed membranes that him _______ the throat and bronchial tubes, and re- TS cl nnnt comi'S almost immediately. Splcn- ro I did for throat tickle, hoarseness, bron- Chinese railroad eaiharkmenta are Cijiti9j croup bronchial asthma, protected from by planting Finer is a highly concentrated com- pound of Ronuine bonny extract, combined with piiaiacol and has been used for generations for throat and chest ailments. Avoid disappointment by ostar.! jour JruEjtist lor ouncos of Pincx" with full directions, and don't accept any- thing elee. A cuarantee of absolute sat- isfaction or money promptly refunded, does with this preparation. The Pines Co., Toronto, Ont. them with a native grass with tena- cious roots that resist erosion. asesn 111 have found Z a m B u t an absolutely sure cure for cliapped hands." Tho manager referred to fa Mr. Osborue Blofs, Business Manager of "The Dartmouth, N.S. He con tinues: "For five years I suffered with this afHIctlun, Tiothlng could cure until I used Zam-Buk. Since using this wonderful balm, liov-'ever, I have never again been troubled with hands." If you suffer with chapped hands, cold cracks, cold sores, chilblains, or any other painful whiter ail- ment, get a box of Zam-Buk now, and prove to your (satisfaction that there Is nothing that ends pain and heals eo quickly. Eam-Buk is cqualjy good for ecztima, old wounds, ulcera, boils find piles, cuts, bums and scalds. AHdrugglbiBorZam-llitk Co., Toronto, SOc. a box, 3 (or Send lc. Btajnp for trial box. CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENSJJP NOSTRILS Tells-How To Get Quick Relief from Head-Colds. It's Splendid I In one minute your clogged nostrils will open, tho air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. Nb more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryncss. No strug- gling Tor breath at night; your cold or catarrh will be gone. Get a small boule of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a liHle of this fragrant, antiseptic healing cream In your nostrils. It pen ctrates through every air passage Of tho head, soothes the inflameu or swollen mucous membrane and rcllet comes instantly. It's just fine. Don't stay stufted-up with a cold or nasty comes no Fine Christ- mas Gift for Someone On December 24th we are going to present someone with a beautiful ladies' SEVEN JEWEL ELGIN WATCH The wstch will be drawn for. With every 25c purchase we will nlve a coupon eniitling the holder to a draw for the watch. Tickets will be issued on and after December 1st. Ask for your ticket. We want to draw the attention of house- keepers to the superior line of extracts we sell. Stuart's Extracts are known as the best. Some Uethbridg. ladies tell ui they ullj or.e-third the quantity of Stuart't flavorings that Is required when other extracts are used. Try them and you will always use them. Keith's Plantation Kisses Are very dsllelom. Did you ever take any home with you? will like them. You Are You a User of Our ;ade" Peanut ter at 30c. pound? THIRD AVENUE, BESIDE P. BURNS CO. DELVMOUS HOME MADE CANDY AND ;