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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC'E SIX THE LKrHUfttDGE DrtlLY HF.BAUP _ TUESDAY OCTO.BEn 10. DoYdur Children Ask for Coffee? Try-Try-a-Tr-i-colator each Demonstrator at L. C. Teeple's Store Tomorrow .GASH lines, that there will be no stench such as is so Often associated I with stockyards nnd slaughter-houses, land that therefore the plant will not THE MOMENT "PAPE'S DIAPEP- j SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES. "Really does" put bad stomach in does" overcome Indi- gestion, dyspepsia, pw, heartburn and sourness in five Pape's Diapepslu the lareesf selling stomach regulator in the world- If what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch and eructate sour, undigested food acid' tongue coated; your insides fill- Vd with bile and indigestible waste re- member the moment "Pape's Diapep- sin" comes in contact with the stom- acli all such distress vauiahes. It's truly marvelous, .and'the joy Is its harmlessness. A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia- pepsin will give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction or your druggist hanus you your money and women who can't get their stom- achs regulated. It belongs in vuur always be kept handy in csse of a sick, sour, stomach during the day or night. It's quickest, surest and most harmless stomach regulator in the the remedy in the health bylaw ami could order the plant closed. He is. therefore, taking all the risk. Mr. Taylor also hopes that the establish- ment of the olant here will lead to a large establishment in time and the ultimate growth of Lethbridge into an important livestock centre. In that case, instead of depreciating the val- ue of property in the eastern part of the city the tendency would be to in- crease'the value. He also points out that the property is not residential but purely of a trackage nature. Will Be 3 Nuisance Mr. Downer's claim on behalf at the protesting citizens is that the plant is a slaughter house, that it will cre- ate a nuisance and will therefore de- preclats the value of the property in the eastern end of the city. He claim- ed that he and many others had spent THE LAST CALL NOW Xondon, Oct. Hungary is calling up t5 classes of meu which heretofore had been exempt from mil- titary service, says a dispatch Berne, Switzerland, to the Press. These classes .the message sfjr. include all men not 'actually cripples, .lip to tie age -of 44, for, service at the ;front. MONUMENTS and Crosses of every description made to order our and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works surroundings and the work of years would be spoiled by the building of the slaughter house in sucli a location. Mr. Downer contended that the mere fact of an abattoir in the proposed lo- cation would diminish the value of re- sidential property in the east end SO per cent. Messrs. Home and Bowman I agreed. j Mayor Hardie said he had always S looked on the flour milling and stock industry as two of the native indus- tries ot 'the city and everything pos- sible should be done to encourage iheiu. He would have been glad if the two parties could have got together have decided on a part of the city j wbej.'e the building could be placed 1 where it would suitable from both points of for one, did not like to take the responsibility of de- -if- he decided one way the plffji'; would orobably be lost to the city and that would be a blow to in- dustrial growth, while if he decided the other way. the influential citizens concerned might force an election in 30 da.vs. Mr. Taylor: "I've got to know right away what you are going to do. We are losing money by not having this I plant. I'm not "going to waste any more time. I suppose ,1, can build some kind of a slaughtering' houseHT. 1 some sort .of a slaughtering place in I the country." i So it's up to the commissioners to decide. The mayor' stated that he i would interview the protesting citizens in an effort to arrive at an amicable agreement. Big Farmer at Barons Makes Good Yields 30 Bushels (Special to the Barons, Oct. 9. The.phenomenal )rofit of this year's crop is illustrated oy a quarter section purchased a year ago by Mr. .Chew, at a cost of JiOOO. Thirty acres ot this were spring ploughed aud sown to barley. About 'ifteen acres were not in any crop, the remainder on hundred and fifteen acres were burnt off and sown to wheat. The entire crop froi-.i this quar- ter section has been sold and the ac- ual cash proceeds were Mr Chew has another phenomenon lot often occurring. About 3 acres of wheat last year which went down badly was not cut. This spring It was 1 burnt off and planted to potatoes. Vinous the potatoes there sprang up i healthy crop of volunteer wheat which has been harvested and viewed JO bushels to the acre. In addition there Is a very eood crop of spuds, i With wheat and potatoes growing on the same ground one need not lack the staples of food in Alberta. KIPPENVILLE (From Our Owi: Kippenville. Oct. M. Mc- Millan, who has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. D. D. Kippen, left las week for Huxley, where she will spend the winter with her son Mr. j Douga! -McMillan. Mrs. ac-; companied her mother as far as Leth-: Mrs. C. F. Bell, of Ottona. Kansas, have been visiting at the j home of Mr. ami Mrs. Griffith for the past ten days. -Mr. Bell is a brother ot j Mrs. Qriffith. T T Faiclmey. the student who i has been supplying the Milk River North Field this summer, returned to Edmonton last Thursday to take up his studies in the Robertson College.- i Dr. Ferguson, Superintendent of: Home Missions, preached iu the Kip-, pen school last Sunday and conducted the communion services. Mr. N'els Remington has purchased a new Ford car aud was initiating it last Sunday. Mr. John Anderson has bought a new threshing outfit and is now busy threshing. heavy snow fell last Monday and Tuesday." This interferes with the threshing but the moisture is quite welcome. Mrs. C. F. Bell and Mrs R. W. Griff- ith spent last Thursday afternoon vis- iting Mrs. C. Greene. TIII? i xnirc' STORE I nii --1' Phone 453 AcadiaBlk Vtry Complete Stock of Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear CLARKE CO. Wednesday is Silk and Dress Goods Day Special inducements lo-visit this section of our store tomorrow, and excep- tionally hu'g'o and well assorted stocks in very latest weaves and all the rich new aaitumn tones so rnnch in demand now. We have, a first class dress maker who will give her assistance to the selection of a suitable style and will make your garment at moderate cost, guaranteeing lit and workmanship. New Dress Goods 75c Guaranteed Taffeta Stripe.1 serges, navy and Copenhagen. Pure wool plaids and plain grenilo cloths In a full range of colors. Splendid Quality Serge Navy and black only. 42 inches wide. Very spec- ial value at the price. Tine French Cashmere 39 inches. Splendid weight and fine finish. Col- ors navy, cardinal and black. Special Aavy Granite Wonderful value. Xavy only. Very dressy and serviceable. 54 inches wide. _ Black Tnssah and Beautiful quality. Fine finish. Does not crease or hold the dust. VI inches wide. Silk Crepe de Chcne Lovely quality. 40 inches! Colors sky. pink, maize, creani, alice. navy, brown, black, etc. Lovely soft finish. 3G inches wide. Fine even Navy nnd black. Black Messaline Exceptionally fine grade. 36 incites wide. Uetter than you would see before the advance. Two exceptionally strong values. Beaiititul lus- tre. Yard wide. Ilabutai Silk Yard wide, heavy weight black anil white. Very suitable for waists, etc. Novelty Silks Self striped taffetas, plaids and checks. Yard wide in a lovely variety of rich new colorings. Black Silk Two exceptionally high srade silksr Yard wide. Splendid to wear. Special value at the prices. Finest Broadcloth Gaberdine Suiting' 52 inches. Lovely quality. Colors navy, browii. black, alice, etc. 32 inches. Colors black, grey, green, .brown, plum. Navy, in same See these New Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses The most attractive collection we have ever had to by far the best values. Cheviot to Boadcloth to Serge Suits Grey to Pluah Coats to Tweed to Plain Cloth Coats to Serge to .Silk to Serge Skirt's to Covert to Suits and coats up to size 46. Dresses, size up to 44. Skirts shown in waist bands up to 36. A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY FOR IT WE MAKE ALTERA- TIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. Are Sunk By The Russians F1IOM; FllOST }'AOg) hours later they wer; Christiana, Oct 9, via London, Oct. PREPARE THIS FOR A BAD FINE Cheaply and Easily But Does the Work Quickly. Hours later uiej UUL via LJUHUUU, leased by Judge Hassan on habeas Russian torpedo boat Sunday The finest cough syrup that money can only about one-fifth as much as ready-made preparations easily be made up at home. The way it takes hold and conquers dis- tressing coughs, throat chest colds will really make you enthusias- tic about it. c about it juuge ijiLimg i Any drui-Kist caii supply you with I he said, no more power than any other ounces of (50 cents citizen who might be appointed a Po'ur this into a 16-oz. bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulated sug- ar syrup. Shake thoroughly and it is ready for use. The total cost is about SUGGESTIONS TO SICK WOMEN How Many Are Restored To Make Your Reservations TO THE OLD COUNTRY in Large Twin-Screw Steamers Sailing from MONTREAL TO GLASGOW ATHENIA............... Oct. 16 Oct. 24 CASSANDRA............ Nov. 3 ATHENIA............... Nov. 21, Prepaid tickets from Scotland is- iued at lowest rates. For rates and other information apply to any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 St. corpus proceedings'instltuted by their counsel. At the later proceeding the. crown was not represented and coun- sel for the applicants presented unop- posed his case for the release from formal custody of the: four newspaper men. Mr. Justice Haggart in Ms judgment said that he had heard the original application with regret but what he had learned subsequently had more than justified him in hearing it. A judge sitting as a commissioner had, sank two German submarines, after the submersibles had attacked the Russian wireless station at Sepnalo- vafe, on the Murman coast, according to information received here today from Petrograd. Several persons were killed by the gun fire of ines. commissioner. The powers ot the commissioner were limited by the sta- tutes and there was nothing in the sta- tutes giving the commissioner, by in- ready for use The total cost is aooui uuei> giving me UJ 54 cents and gives you 16 i ference or otherwise, power to punish i family a most effectual, for 'contempt of court. His lordship i on lo.-lncreased activity (ront E0uth of the Somme F. Rhodes, Son of fcate Chief Gives'His Life- Two Others Wounded (Special to the Macleod, Oct. Rhodes baa just received a telegram to the effect that her son, William Charles T. Rhodes, has died of wounds some- where in-France. He enlisted in Cal- gary in the 50th Batt. He was a Mac- leod hoy aud received his education in the Macleod public schools. His father who was known as Buggle Rhodes, was chief of police in -Macleod for six years. He was also many years ago In the R.N.W.M.P. He en- listed in the U3th tethbrldge High- died suddenly at Leth- pleasant tasting remedy. It keeps per- fectly. It's truly astonishing how quickly it acts, penetrating through every air passage of the throat and ens anr raises the phlegm, soothes and heais the or swollen said he thought Edward Beck was fflce s ,rjt. said he thought Edward BecK was 'V nccurreii last right in asking to know the scope of ad artillery fighting test the commission when he was called night in the Denie Court-Llhons sec llie CUUiUllSblUIl lie before Commissioner Gait and his re- tor- fusal to be sworn or to give evidence without knowledge of the commission's scope was a reasonable one. The !n In Balkans Petrograd, via London, Oct the western Dobrudja and Caucasian fronts nothing of importance has oc- End neais me imiamtj'j. ui ta.j throat membranes, and gradually but terrogation ot all the parties surely the annoying throat tickle and that the enquiry was going beyond its I purred, says today s announcement dreaded cough will disappear entirely. Nothing better for -bronchitis, spas- modic croupTwhooping cough or bron- chial asthma. scope. It was a regrettahle incident, concluded Mr.'Justice'Haggart, but ail men were liable to malre' mistakes. all due he said, "I from the war office. atest casualty lists as being wound- ed Death of Mrs. Grlflr Mrs. Mary Grier, aged 87, the he- loved wife of James Grier, died here on Saturday, the 7th inst. Mrs. Mary Grlcfr was the mother ot David Grier Jie mayor of Macleod. She was an old-timer, having come to Macleod in ;he early days. The funeral took place iiere today, and a most impressive ser. vice was held in Christ church, with a number of prominent, persons in at- tendance, including His Honor Judgo Robert Patterson, M.P.P., ,B. H. Mau'nsoll H. Maunsell J.' Swinar- ton and others. The pall-hearers were the three sons and three grandsons. bridge. Another Wounded A telegram has been received here to the effect that William L.- Shera has been wounded and is now lying at the 3rd Western General Hospital, Newport, England, with a gun shot wound in the hip. He enlisted in the 51st at Edmonton. He was well known in Macleod having mpjrieti Miss Brem- ner a few years ago. Leslie, Sheppard also appears in the AWARDED TODAY The final details of the contract for the filtration plant are being put in shape today and Mr. Roberts will leave tonight, for Philadelphia to prepare tc undertake the contract. The coil- tract Is being amended so as to in- clude clauses along the lines down by the citizens' advisory com- mittee. A bond which will guarantee the city that the plant will be as rep- resented is also being prepared. Wm. Warner, former U. 9, Senator from Missouri, is dead. Pines is a special and highly con-! think that the commissioner erred in centrated compound of genuine Nor- thinking that he had the power to com-1 way pine extract, combined with guai- mit for contemnf and in taking aj acoi and is known the world over 'for I course for ..was no prece- its prompt healing effect on the dent." throat membranes. There hod been no contempt for Avoid disappointment by asking j which even a court could punish sum- your druggist for "2% ounces of Pin-1 niarily. He therefore ordere.d the war- ex" with full directions and don't ac-1 rants be quashed and dis- cept anything else. A guarantee of ab- solute satisfaction or- money prompt- ly refunded goes with, this prepara- tion. The Pines Co., Toronto, Advertisement. charged from custody. Lt. Hume S. Wingard, a Montreal newspaperman, and a native of Mor- risburg, Ont., was killed in action. every opwation ra cor performed upon womem becomes necessur through neglect of men symptoms as backache, irregular i and painful periods, displacements, pain j in the side, burning sensation in tha j "stomach, bearing down pains, nervous- Bess, dizziness and sleeplessness. i fnl in relieving female 'ills is Ljdia E. I Pinkham'siVegetable Compound. It i regulates and strengthens the organism; It overcomes disease. j For forty years it has been making Women strong and well, relieving; back- j aclie. nervousness, iteration and in- flammation, weakness, j irregularity and periodic pains. It has also proved invaluable in prepar- ing for childbirth and the Change of Life. Third.-The great number of unso- licited testimonials on Sle at the Pink- ham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., many of which are from time to time published by permission, are proof of the value of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pond, la the treatment of female ills. Every ailing woman in the UafM States is cordially invited to to tie Lydia E. Pihkham Medicine Oo. Lynn, Mass., for Meteltdriee., Itiifree, will Four of the dainty damsels with f. S tuart Whyle's great production of "Aladdin" which comet to Majestic next Monday Tuiaday. ___. ....._ Bring Smiles New Post Toasties were perfected to overcome the defects of old-style corn flakes. And the hearty wel- come they have received is ample proof that their superiority is recog- nized. New Post Toasties: have a self- developed, inner-flavor the rich flavor of choice Indian corn. Try a handful mighty good that way, and the test will prove tliut, unlike common flakes, they do not depend on cream and sugar for their palatability. New Post Toasties do not "chaff" in the package, and they don't niiish, down in like common "corn flakes." Tlfe New Post Toasties are identified by tiny bubbles on each by '-the quick, in- tense heal .of Itlie ;new. process lof manufacture, which also develops their wonderful new flavor. Have your grocer send a package for1 tomorrow's breakfast, New Post fFqasties ;