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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 19, 1020 THE LETHRRIftGF. OAUy HEHALD fflfniUffAY yeteran Breeder in Manitoba Says Money in Livestock 'Now WINNIPEG, it is worth whllo to raise cattle for sale It Is certainly worth whilo to finish them for the "hiiiriet" said Colonel H. A. -Mullins, a pioneer In the livestock In- dustry-in the Cana'dian West.- Colonel Mullins has had some''thirty years' feeder and dealer. Dlscuneing Iho recent Eluran fB livestock prices hera he sald-that it war a case of. a market'flooded with poorly finished cattle in poor demand1, but that there had been no great slump !h the prices paid for killing, beef cattle. '.'At the present he said, "the country is full of general purpose cattle that are neither dairy.nor beet and'cannot tip profitably utilized for cither These cattle have to be'liquidated at a loss. There Is need careful fedrUiiK. '.'1 see notbing'nut 'bright, .limes ahead for the livestock Industry where ordinary skill and .intelligence nnf brpught to bear in breeding and.'prt- paration for marketing. I paid up Id per hundredweight for .some feed: ors at the yards today, and ani con- fident11 shall'make money' out of them." polonel Mullins said .there', was abundance of'coarse f'fied of all year, and with the coarse grains down to a fc'edlrig value there would nejgood nipiiey in fattening cattlo tills teason as tnere- has been in his "tuerieiice A TRUE'BEAR STORY (High'-Hivcr TimesV While -rounding up cattle. Bill Bail- ey; manager'of .the High River.Wheat ami Cattlo raucli, about tpir days ago across the mer from Mr George FoVjleri's. near the Millar Gap, two black, bears 'ambled acrb'ss the pith of Mr, Bailoj and his U o Indian riders; Jonas' Rider and Immediately both hears scampered awaj on approach of the risers and were hotK pursued Mr lariat ready aud'srace- tully caught one bear by tho hind foot. Unfortunately the bear ran into the thick bush, an'd the'horse shied tooths opposite side before Mr. Ball- ey could fasten the rope on tho horn of tho saddle, and consequently he had to let tbe rove go aiid the hear es- caped for the'tlme being. .While the Indians'huuted the hear out of the brush, he found his rope again where bruiu had kicked it off bis foot in the brush. Uour.tiug his horse Mr. Bailey wuii' laujht up to the bear and he found the two Indiaua had .tho bear by taa hind foot'and one by tho front foot, tho bear meanwhile growling "savagely'at his tormentors. Taking his .life tu his hands, Mr. Bail- ey jumped to the ground with his lariat and roped the animal around Iho ueck, nod. belwsen growls bruin would .ileUy-jerk the off his neck with one Ires paw. Jlr. Bail- ey then lass'ooed. iiis victim 'several times, and each lima the lauoo was removed, finally the bear was caught and the tightened- choking the hear to. death. Tho sVfn- ned and the fur Is'iiow in p'ossession of Mr. Bailey, wbllij the Indiaus -are enjoying the bear 'meat' as long as it above we may Lo'uis Fldoll happened aloug atTUiB physiological moment with secured several snapshots of tho en- counter, and his photographs will bear out the details" of'the1 story, which may soon be reproduced lu pictures. ALBERTA GRAIN SHIPMENTS TOTAL BUSHELS CALGARY, Oct. Pacific figures given 3-represent- ative of The Calgary Herald Sat-, urday morning the un- precedented approximate- ly' bushels of .Alberta grains were inspected at Winnipeg ...and other .inspection., points from. September-1 to October 13. The greater proportion of .this was wheat. _ AUSTRIAN WORKERS FOR THE ARGENTINE BUENOS. of Austiian workmen to Argentina Is being promoted-by form- er counsel general of Austria-Hungary here, who has been.sent hack to this country try the Minister of the Interior of (.he ..Austrian republic: to .establish bredita io he used in aiding.workmen to Aus- trian inclunlrics TARIFF COMMfSSION DELAYED FORT ONT Oct 18 Canadian Press to their PAGE initial SEA FOAM M X" cup brown eugar cup water I- 1 tftS White 'II i butter T 1 teaspoon ranllla, 3 tablespoons Cocoa sugar, cocoa-- and water, stir over a gentle heat until suga r is Boil until syrup will spla a: thread, 217 degrees C, which slightly below soil ball stage. Aim hutterand ilia. Pour slowly, beating all ilie time into the egg white, >vhkli has been beat- en imtii slid and dry. Beat until' mixture sUtfcn. Drop from spoon on a butv tered plateor greased paper and leave until Lardenrd. Chopped nuls may besprin- kled oyer each piece. Keeping the vMotith Glean Belden, M.D.) President of Canadian National Railway Making _ 'A Tour of Wejt recipeItiliAfig} TOflONToV train being delayed the morning ses- sion of the tariff commission was can-' celled and the commissioners attended the Cenadiau Club .luncheon at noon where Senator Robertson spoke on labor conditions in .Canada. The' postponed sitting of the commission will take place at 2 o'clock this- after- noon. A "little keeps the Doctor away 'T'HOSE who keep fit seldom get ill. Fitness depends on being well nourished. A little Bovril is not only nourishing in itself, but it makes other foods nourish you. 'Independent scientific experiments have, in fact, proved Bovril has a Bodybuiidmg Power of 10 to 20 ttoies the amount taken. At-a recent conference of dentists and physicians agreement among the experts on the origin ot dp- cayed teeth. .The -cause chiefly emphasized in the 'course ot the three days' con- ference-was the action ou the enamel of tho teeth of acid formed by bacteria ironi carbohydrates (t larches and sugare) foodstuffs. It was pointed out that starchy asii'EUSary loods tended to set up de- wy'unless counteracted in some way. Eating uncooked. fruit iwas cited as one of tto means of making the month phjrchoiogtcally clean, "Ifi's one ot the experts said, "you exa'mine the mouth ot a child of seven or thirteen years ot age half an hour after it'bas eater, a piece of choco- late'you wili ste tho crevices that are going to be filled'by the dentist nlicd with, X'oco.i and choeoiato are uol considered good beverages- for cleansing the mouth. on account of the'.dtjposlt left uuott. the teeth. On this score there can be no objection to tea or coffee, whatever else wo niay say cgalhst them. -.'the'faclds of" fruit juices dissolve the films of rniidus under which hide the germs which destroy the enamel. The' reason why they "set the teeth on edge' 'Is because of the removal of this These acids in no wise enamel -vi the teeth like the injurious acid formed as a result of the fermentation of starches and sugars.- K is anjnteresting fact that a record of investigations in elementary e'chools of certain districts showed that-' restriction _of the- sugar supply .war and the altered char-i the bread had been nccompnn-! remurhable diminution off dental decay. i Tpo.inuch reliance must not be plac-1 ed: upon the; tooth brush. There arc a number of eyually. if not more iin- porlant things to 'be borne in mind, if dental deterioration would lie prevent- ed. lu our efforts to brush the teeth clean, .we sometimes lacerate -the nine-1 ous'.membrane of the gums and open many avenues for the Invasion of the pus-forming germs with, which the saliva By chewing our food, thoroughly we not ouly aid greatly In its digestion, hut we increase'to a'rnfirhed extent the salivary- secretion which Is a bet- ter disinfectant of the mouth than any chemical solution which could possibly devised'. Healthy saliva, ahundiintly from healthy hlood, is the best pr.eYentiTO of bacteria! growth in thb'nfpnth.-' NORTH'S BIG OIL GUSHER B. Hanna. president of the Cana- dian National Railway, v.'ho is making his .first'inspection tour of western lines einco taking his new office. KDMONTON, Oct. ra- gardlng the oil strike at Fort Norman and the huge quantity of the fluid i available is furnished by Shaw, late of the Imperial Oil compauyt who arrived in. the city on Friday evening I from the far north. According to Mr. Shaw gusher was strnclc at a distance of SOU feet, on August 25. the force of tbe flow being so great that the column ot oil sailed skyward 15 feet above tbe top of the derrick, while, tho wind blew the oil for a distance of three to four hundred yards over the surilce ol Iho Mackenzie river from the drill, which 13 situated about, two hundred yards lack from the river banK.' Tho well casing is six inches in diameter, hence the size of the flow can be Imagined In conjunction with tho height to which tho presura forced tho liquid, wlilie with a two-inch lead pipe, a iu-galion harrcl was filled in one minute.- Prior to the big strike, oil was flow- lug from the well at the rate of ten to thirteen barrels per day, but at the present time it is Impossible to cal- culate the amount which might btt ob''? taineu in 12 hours. The well ha? been capped and at the present time'then is no leakage. PLAN TO BEGiSTER PEDIGREED HUMAN STOCK PASSED BY ATLANTIC 7h5 Inter- national Alliance of Physlclant i and Surgeons, 'the National AMO.: clstlon of Prgoretslve Medicine' and two other affiliated bodies in annual convention here today vacated a plan to have bodies, per- fect in human being registered and. pedigreed', the same high- class "thoroughbreds of lower animals." Dr. H. Lorgenbwser, New York, was elected president. A score of war veterans left Phila--; deiphia in a box car for tie national coniention of tie American Lestoa Clercland, traveillng eiactlr as theyi did when they were soldiers in France." JAILf COJIES OUT MILLIONAIRE YORK.-T-Sevenly vear's of age, arid ten years'a William Ed- wards .has from prison in Ho entered-, jail a poor farmer, to find himself two.or three" times a mil- lionaire. Edwards serving a: term of thir- ty-sis years for the murder of a neigh- bor. The old man 'freely confessed that he had committed the crime, nm! liis reraorso was such that, attor he had-been a year in priBob, and the governor of the finding that :there had been extentiialing circum- stances, pardoned him, he refused to acept this grace. Later another governor offered him his freedom, and again .hb; declined iU snying that he had notjyet suffered enough. however, ho wrote to the present governor. "I feel in my minil, conscience and heart that I.have .now .paid the penalty." Acting upon.this the govenor par- doned him, as a present on Edward's .70th birthday.. he hail ciilercd prison oil was. discovered on trie old man's little farm. Highly productive wells were' sunk in it and relatives looking after his interests, saw his fortune 'pile up at a rapid rate. FISHERMEN'S RACE. .HALIFAX, Oct. (Can. Tress.) acceptance by Gloucester .of, tlia-challenge made on behalt of X'ora Scotia fishermen for .1 series of races oft Halifax the pick of tho two fisbins'fleets for a 'purse and tlie blue riljb'on of North aroused greut -Interest in .Halifax thla inonilng. At a meeting ot tho Halifax committee in chargo ot.arrangerncnlB-for tho' race Ihla aflcmpon it was decided, thai tho Delawnnna, winner, of the recent fishing schooner -race oft -Halifax would the Canadian representa- tive In the international event. TUPPER OPENS A. N. V. CONFAB -U. K.O., Winnipeg, who the Army nnd Navy Voternns' cvj.vefitlon at B.C." r of f, S.D. i Bcurea. I oirn. Via, SAIFLEFREE If Mrs. .says, "I gashed ray hanj severely of tin. The wound, though' carifullr tended to. somehow became infected and" poisoned.-. I had doctor'stteatraentand used numerous prescribed rcmtdits but 'the swelling .and throbbing spread right up into the shoulder. "Hearing ..splendid reports of Zam-Buk I determined to try it. So Jong Mi liveItshill rememberthe wonderful relief eiperienced the first- time I used the balm. Under the cooling and soothing influence b[ and 1 u-as at last able to'sleep." Day there w-as'yast raentand. wrheh every trice ol innam- raatioa and'poisonous maUET had'beeii-; drawn out of the wound by Zau-Buk. perfect healing resulted. laid .and inilara-d from the 'knea down', there was to touch tho trouble but Zam-Bnk. This wonderful1 balm soon put me on'she sure road to very, To-day my faith in Zim-Buk. ia such, that never again would I be without it." SOc. of ill Uflll SAVfS PAW, frOQW THAEtL'S UNLOADING SALE Of Men's Clothing and Furnishings offers you the opportunity to make your dollars go farther. For real HONEST-tO-GQODNESS PRICE-..CUTS', you never' saw a .more genuine sale. Why Not Make One Dollar Do the Work of Two By Geiiing In On These Real MEN'S SUITS at prices of unusual interest. lieg. Suit. Salo Suit. Sale Reg. Suit. Sale llsg. Suit. Keg. 570.00. Suit. Siilo MEN'S OVERCOATS What greater imficenient coulil you get to buy tiiaii to get your choice of the season's newest cloths and latest styles at big reductions, lleg. 535.00 Coat. Sale Reg. Coat. Salo Reg: CoaL AA Sale Keg. S50.00 Coal. (j> JA AA Sale llcg. Coat. MACKINAW COATS, All wopLcloths ami tallorcil to fit. A .seasonable garment a' a big saving. Regular Aft Sale %1 D.UU Regular Salo MEN'S BLACK FUR COATS In a heavy a strong wear- ing garinent, deep sliawl col- lar. Regular Sale'..... MEN'S RAINCOATS rself to one of these coats at a big sav- Coal. Coat. Coat. Coat. Treat you all-weather ing. Keg. ?25.00 Salo Reg. Sale lleg. S35.00 Snle Sale MEN'S FUR COATS In China Heaver, a-great coat .for -driving--or any -hard .wear. Regular 5 Sale THESE ARE A REAL SNAP MEN'S ODD TROUSERS At extra price- cuts. Regular nn Snlo ......JD.UU Regular frj rn Salo t9l.jU Regular Salo MEN'S HEAVY TWEED PANTS Just the thing for colii. vet weather. We have ''all sizes. Regular Sale, far pair STANFIELD'S ALL WOOL HEAVY RIBBED UNDERWEAR In two-piece and combination. Reg. rfp firt Sale ;..tjD.OU Res. in MILITARY FLANNEL .SHIRTS A real shirt for winter iwear. Regular fl. 50. Snle, each ipJ.OU MEN'S SWEATERS Our values are as good as elsewhere at the regular prices, hut these sale prices will make you want one. Regular Sale Regular Sale Reg. J13.00- Heg. ?15.00 Sale WORK SHIRTS Ono lot of good wort; shirts. Reg. up to Sole, i ep.ch FUR GAUNTLET, MITTS Gaod even fur. In. black dog-. skin, horscbitlo face. Regular prico Sale, nn pair MEN'S PURE WOOL COMBINATION UNDERWEAR Flat a good wearer. Regular Sale, nn tuit REAL VALUES IN MEN'S HOSIERY 75c nil wool grey sockg. M r Sale, pair 50c grey work socks. nn Sale, 3 pair for Jpl.UU 75c heavy black socks. H.g Salo, pair ODC FINE BLACK CASH- MEREHOSE RoKuIar 85e Sale, pair .OUC ALL WOOL BLACfc CASHMERE HOSE Regular Qg Sole, pair "DC FRED THAELL 6TH ST. ;