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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX T1IF. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1917 HEAT DAMAGE 10 HUE BIQ BRIDGE. i London, Oct. hostile ma- vero destroyed and two olhers dowo by Drlifth air aatrots, pays m official iDuouccemcnl made jecotinUup bombing raids over Bel- ;tum on Saturday nifbl and atr com- tbal resulted from yilnj. scllvl- Jej. The statement "During Saturday nlgLL bombing raids were made by naval aircraft pv- T the followlns objectives: Tbe lock ;ates at the Silnt Denis- Veetrem a.Mrome. the Thourout alr- irorae, and He works and aU- lons. Several tons ot bombs were dropped good n large tire caused al the Salnl DenfeAVet- feni airdrome. palrol several aerial com- bats occurred with the result (bat (wo 1 Sisfe., Ocl. LaKe, ihe Leif consUluency is to to brUjeJ by 3 timber bridge no less Ibao feet long nhlch will great- ly csslsi in developing ihe district la the nonvesl part of (bat lUere la {L larps end very fer- tile area or fiood crop lands. The bridge bo built north of Halloa and east of Unplo Creek and will cosl fIS.000. Borden May Tour West Preparatory to Election Ollawa, Oct. the return ol lion wllo Hie reoreauliatlou o( tho be prlnia raloMer to Ottawa this cabinet could to eipMled any Juornlng, there a weefc ol pollt- now. Mr. Clark, who Is a member of Sask..- Oft, SO" per cent o? the whfAt In this prov- ince will Hktlr'be Etaded No. 1 Xor- Lhern hard, and from 25 lo 100 per cent more fall plowing will be done according lo the D315 uucurreu vun, me uini -rrnr.iin_ i_ ,h, enemy ntchlHi wore and driven down completely out ot COB- coTVeaponaents by the provincial eUUslks branch. Then Is thought to have been damage "AH our machines relumed eafely. Marriage Issuer V Young, of CpTfiey. has been ap- tainted at Usuer ot man-lisa lice E-PS. V _____________________ prov la uo real scarcity of labor and even the laic cropr nave suffered very little of first frost. About SO per cant of the wheat threshing IB now completed and Iho yield will average from 15'to 3d bush- els an .acre. Cattle-Sheep 150 Ytsrllno Heifers; 180 Calvei. Straight range stock.' HOO Range Ewts, yeirllnss lo fours. 15 RnolMtred ihrapahlre PHONE 1W2 P. V. LEWIS, ACADIA BLDG. 247-3 COMING TO CITY! A NOTED PHRENOLOGIST .The most phenomena) succeis lo the phrenola Held is thai of Alesand York Sun. PROF. W. G. ALEX- ANDER. Sparkling wll and merrt- menfT yet fillet full of cami sense. Mootrca! Star. SIN-STORE leal acidity, Tha parliamentary orms expire li Ibe end ol the vreftk >ut there Is Itttte livelihood of par- la went running Us full extended por- ed of six years. Dissolution Is to be one of the tint e lib J eels laVeu up by ,he goternmeDt. Alw iliat. ihe country will be In the swing ot u delay. party fnxupalcQ. It likely that Sir J llobert IloTdcn will mate a tour through I bo vest. aUhough. nothing definite to this regard has yet bceu decided. rations (or thn election are being a, vlejv to having elect Jo a day h. December. Over rllteea thousand enumerators reu.alu to be appointed (or the revision cl Ihe Mats, with an assistant clert or tho crown In chancery, scrutineers and returning officers In connection the military votes to bo taken vereeas. There are also nine senators [rom the vrest and ono from Onteriq to L-u appointed after dissolution. A num- ber ot Judge ships likewise remain to bo filled. For the western senator- ships, the names are mentioned or Ur. SchaKner. M.P., George Brad- bury. U.P., both tor Manitoba; J. D. Taylor, M. P., and Dr. MuGu.ra of Vancouver, lor Hrltfsh Columbia. The names ere nlao uieutfoned of W. H. Wllloughby, Conservative leader ID and f-dward Mich- oner, Conservative leader In Alberta, The visit of Lord Heading and Lord Noriheltffe to Ottawa this Tveek TV ill bring to Iho fore the financial situation. Ways and means will be discussed of ullllzJng (o (he full Can- adian resources and possibilities here with rcBuecl to an accelerated "ship- building program. Recognizing inol shipbuilding IE ivar purpose, (ha United States Is permULlug (he ex- portation of ateel plates to this end. The commlllee appointed to lavesll gale" steel condllloas In Canada, In view of the estsulialiQiEDt of a Ucon- slne sygtem In (he United is expected (o report In about ten days. Reorganize Calgary, Ocl. H. CJark, K. C-, M.P., for North Essei, Ont., who now resides ID Canary, slated today on hl3 rclum from Ottawa thai he be- lieved, an announcement In connec- the ceutral board of selection utder the Military Sertlce Ad, sialej lhat vhea ibc board beld Us meeting on Oct. everything M'aulJ be- to proceed with the organ- ization ol tfce exemutloa tribunals and he did not anticipate aoy limner Port Arthur. Ont.. Oct. The incol of Blocks In storo In tho terminal elevators at Port Arthur and Forl Wll- lau at iiie Jast niiii receipts and shluineuU during tho week fs as follows: In store, wheat J.ISS.G.'C; oats S1S; darlcy 533.5S1; llai HIGH PRICE FOR WOOL. HegluK, Sash., Oct. ol Ssstitcncwan TiGol which was cent to Philadelphia (or co-oporatlra sell- IDE nlll be finished by Iho cad ot (bis week will bo made as soon as marKct condUlcins' consid- ered mote favorable. It Is expected tbal the price obtained will be st least or 6S cents A pound, being several cents Metier than :bat cb- for'Albcrla wool In Toronto only a (cvv days ago when the prlco was C3.S cents a pound. The two lower of four car loads Saskatchewan wool' wero solil at Philadelphia at 65 Bud the two best ercdea are still left lo be placed on Dm market. wheat oals 145.- 257; luii-ley 233.504; llai Shipniciits, wheat 3.W7.155- oats 3DJ.2S1; barley flai We defy any dollar show lo In- j terest an oud- lence better than Prof. Alexander. nee Sound common sense set ID a frame ol Toronto A born leclurcr, a capita) mimic snd, toller actor then many who pose as Duluth Herald. is evenrwbtrt acknowledged-to he not only lie aoles! Thcenologfal but v.Ijhe tnost popular speakers on the piaUorm today. LECTURES ON HUMAN NATURE, M.'C- A- AUDITORIUM, EVERY NIQHT BEQINNING MONDAY, OCT. 1H, Nlgnt Free. Collection Taken at Close. coifliUlLallori dally-from 10''al rtbc profeswr'a parlors; t MUs Grcatcrt Lecture on Love, Courtmhlp, Marriage and Jealouiy. ACTION SALE F c Farm Stock and Implements At the Snle and feed Bam ERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION 4 to WEDNESDAY, bCT. 3 IALE TO COMMENCE AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP, THE biii o[ fat cona; 25 rjekd ol tat steers; Z6 heal .'aACe coTra; 3D fat calves; 13 head of dairy milking. .1 cook alore; 1 oldee flesli. roller (op. nurei. UOO lo HDD Ibl., t lo 0 luri old, broke to harness; B geldlnti, 3 lo 8 rears olili'3 mares, riling 3 yeira old, 2 2 ;ears old; 5 mires, 'rlElng 1 jtari old; 3 geld- lugs, rising 2 yean old: 3 foals.- Bungles, harnesi. EVEftYTHlNO WILL BE SOLD AS THE PROPHIETOB HAS SOLD HIS FARM. TERMS CASH, J. A, MIITH, Auellonter AUCTION SALE I will sell by Public Auction on (he N. W. .Quarter of Sec. 12-lr-20, about H cast aiifl 14 mile South of Coalilnle. ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10th O'CLOCK: deurilMd property: HORSES: 1 team bay scldlnss, 15 ytin old, weight 1200 Iba. etch; 1 bay feldlny, 10 years old, ivelglii vim its.; 1 lay gelding years old. wolgll 12M lu..; I fc37 pony gelding, 9 yoatj old, vilfhl 800 Ibs. CATTLE: 1 cow cjlf, taw 3 ycara old; 1 red cow n my wtfl to mike cliimj, but can they be proren? We publlih tbc fomula D[ Vinol tn proTe tha BUtcrrjtnts we nuke about it D f Mnni Tn, Any doctor will ten yon that lV inBrcdinirs of Vino) ia published above, combine the Very cLementa needed to make strength. AU ncrvoua men and women may prove this at oar exper.te. ii nathinf like Vinol to re- store strength and vitality to feeble old people, delicate children and all p'erioni who need more strength, Try it. If you are not entirely m- isfied, we wil[ return your money m'thaut question; that proves ooi fsfmeEs and your protection. J. D. CO, LTD. Druggiltv LethbrldQe, Alto at the best druggists in all Alberia towna. FARMLANDS Of the Itndma'i Bar Comjnnr Cilcsrr aad Edmontot Lan1 Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency FOR SALE Choice Improved Farm Lands NEAR CLARE3HOLH AND AT GLENWOODVILLE. APPLY TO A. 0. CAMPBELL OR E, K. BARKER, CARDSTON, OH J, REYNOLDS, CLAHESHOLM. Phtne P. O. Box Hi. HENDERSON, .REIO AND PATERSON ChartcreJ ACMunllnti Audlll, EU, SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mlnlrj, Minufieturlng, and Retail Accounting, Acadla Third Ave., J, _____ Lethhrldja. iCLECTRfCALj )SUPPUESl LL KIHOt OF ILK. TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzlf, Co. fHOHt rrr 711 Ird'AVe. Francisco, OcL'l.Tr-After been on strike sin co Monday, Sept cm ber 17, 30.0DD Jron irorkcrs and other mechanics returned lo irork today In 200 shopj Jn SBD Francisco and the bay cllips. Government eblpplns con Iracls to tbc extent of JIBO.OOO.OOQ held up by tbc strike will now be rush ed to completion, according to declar a Lions ot both Bldea. Al Iho Union Iroa "Warts, JH.OOO.OOO worth of shipping Is lurnei out by the government, work was re sumcil on six ol tuc latest type of sub- marines. The men returned under, a for an Increase In wages rane-nfj Irom 10 to 12 percent, PDlrograd, Sept. oral thousand members of the. nolsne vllct At a. mess meeting tonight, adopt crl a resolution of protest against Imprisonment or ra-lmposltlon ot denth sentence upon Alexander Berk man, the anarchist Ag'.lalors, who came here recently from the Unllei Stales, harangu-'l itte crowd whfch packed a big circus leqt. The speakers scoffed at American. liberty and said that the bourgeolsc rufcd that counfry but'tho Botahevlkl audtence apploudec only mlliJiy. A threatened demonstration apalna. the American embassy was not carrtec out.. The had sent ai armored, motor ca'r and a delachmen of troops to guard thc'embassy. PilLt FLOODED JIonclOD, N. B., Ocl. 1. Under a southwest the llde In Ihc Pellco dlac river Bl neon loilsy reached an al most unprecedented height. Dykea are doivn and the lower part ot the cltj- la flooded. It la the hlihcat tide for twenty years nt least. Great waves are sweeping across the high roaila The train service on trie I.C.H. was In- IcrefereU vlth ttila afternoon. The dally eipresa leaving Muiicior. sol stalled at Sack-rlllc. N.D., with wash out on both sides. Tho Ocean Limited Is elalled nt Ambersl. Toronto, Ocl. anrl olher hy nobert J. .0. Stead the poet of the prairie, 19 pubHahei hero loday by a local house. The same poem has been reproduced all over Iho world, and [9 treasured with the greal war poetry. This poem was written by Jlr. Stead at his home In Calgary on night lhat the news ol Kitchen- er's death was recelrcd, end It was elrfcn hy him to the Western Associ- ated Press, over wnoao leased wires 11 was curried Intact Inlo practically ev- ery newspaper QfUcc In Canada. Hiienos Alrea, Ocl. Irl- goyen Is rcnojrlne Ms cltorls lo firing aboul i (Lotitroij v! tha South Amcrl- ean ropLoiici (O consider Jnlornstlonil altalrs In (heir effect on thfs tuimti- pnore. The (irogrnm It tor liie Sonih Amcricsn ripubllcs Jolnlly lo demand (ha! Ocrmany end Iho itar, or clie suffer a solJil Sftnrti' American boycott and a declaration In favor of Ihi alllss, -Repr-senlallTM til otaej leading Soulh Amorlran ropuS- lies'are said to ft wltk President Irlgoyen's purpoiei. I FEARFUL RAILWAY WRECK Tulsa. Okln., Sopt. en vera kUlttV and 60'Injured lu a head-on collision thai occurred A iuUo soulliwosL of Kellyvillo late to- day, when St. Louis tu4 San train No. 7 rtu rm empty troop train, Crewa of both enafnoa jumped, saving thulr HveJ. but suaUlulns BP- voro Injuries. Seven ot the dead were people and (lie others Indiana and negroes. Paris. Oct. warrant has been Issued for (ho arrest ol Qsstou nou- tfer, a French subject, who founded Iho pacifist newspaper La Palx at Ma- drid with funds to havo been furnished bj- Dolo Pasha. Tho publl- cat ton aroused the Indignation of Iho French colony la Ihe Spanish capital on account of Its Genuanopblle ten- dency. As a result, Itoutlcr declared he would cease publication aud return io France and enlist Ju the army. Detectives were seul lo the frontier In anticipation of his coming but noth- ing has as yet been heird from him. According to other Information, mon- ey was furnished Iloutles by Von Kro- peu, the German naval attache at Ma-1 drill. Cattle Breeders Meura. Lefflngwell Shep- herd have for aale at Warner, Alberta, a few head choice Here- fo.-d and Aberdeen Angui breed- Ing stock, 6 Here- ford Helfert, 2 Hereford Built, 4 Aberdfen Angua 2 with calvei at foot; 2 Angua Bulli Thece anlmala are all reglc- tered and ire fir.t claaa stock. PRICES HEASONABLE Traction Engine REPAIRS We are wtll Handle all klntfc of rtpilr en eKher atcam w tnaton, Only hlth elax work Uevti wr ehop, will yen that N1VEN BROS. viret Ave. FkeM 1m LABOR AGENCY WKh aur ftttinl ire bitter thin (o njpply your labor require- We Itlll plenty 61 Firm Labor arriving dally. Alio men for MM Wa are ed by Government )co ahd In- by the Government. No matter wKat your labor re. qulremenle may be can give eatlefactlon. On Mite we hive married to en fjrme, WRITE OR PHONE US The Reasley Eniploynieiit Agency Phone H5 P. o. Bar its All Tubes Are Not Alike There is as much difference in tubes as there is in tires. True, a tube is only to hold air. The casing bears the pressure and wear. 'But the work of the Basing depends on the work of the tube. Too little air pressure quickly ruins tires. And. slow leaks in poor tubes cause inconspicuous and 'doubly danger- ous under-inflation. To combat this expensive inefficiency use good tubes honest tubes loyal tubes Goodyear Tubes. For by lamination, the quality-giving Goodyear way, is the right way to build good tubes. Tiny flaws Lhat spoil tubes can only be detected in sheets of transpar-' cut thinness. So we roll high quality rubber into tissue-thin sheets for inspection. Then we build up the tube, layer on layer, using extra layers for extra thickness. So Goodyear Laminated Tubes are extra good good for long service, great satisfaction, saving tires. even vulcanize the valve patch in instead of sticking it on. If an inspection of your equipment suggests new get The Goodyear Tire Rubber Go. of Canada, Limited Goodyear Tubes, aloisgviithGood- year Tires aiidTire-Sarcr Access- ories, are easy to get from Good- year Ssnke Station Dealers TUB E S ;