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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE 'LETHBRUXiK DAILT ,HKRMJ> (DAY. OCTORKU 22, M7 N mm. GAS, i STOMACH M IN RUE ipe's DUpcpcIn'' lor Stomach. Heartburn. Sour Acid Time It! In five minutes all alom- ech distress will go. No Indigestion, heartburn, sou rued E or belching of fas. acid or of undigested food, no diitluess. foul breath or headache. it M PEOPLE 1OTEK Ask Him Id Kun in That Riding Utves a Hopeiui Reply Jaw. CM. large tulicm lUe Conserva- tive's, and Kruln growers ot 1'abe's Diauepsin ia noittl for its [he Moose Jnw constituency UWUH ii rogulaifas upset sioniachs. on Hou. J. A. miner, m 1 and tbe mirtsi, .Quickest and most certain Indication remedy ID tbe whole world aud bcslJes It Is harm- less, Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without liDow Rape's Dlapepsiu will front any stomach misery. 'Flense, for your sake, gel a large fifiy.cenl case of Rape's UiEpepsin from auy drug sloro and jmi jour Ftoiuacli right. Dou'i keep on being Is lew are jiol here Jons, so make your slay agreeable. Eat what you like and dlResl it; enjoy It, without dread ot rebellion in the stomach. Pane's Diapcpsln belongs in your Lome anyway. Should one of your fam- ily eat sotneihlug which don't with them, or in case1 of ao eiUrl of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or daytime or jluttng tbe night, it is handr 10 sire tha quickest, sureU ri'liet "Advertisement. Khia. on Sat _. _ iHl hiiu tu ur cento n eandldftts (or '.his scat In tlie house: of commons. Jn Ms rejiJy Ihc minister of Immi- gration and colraUailon lu tbe uulou government, ihaukcd the deputation -3 said '.hsi In- to accepl ihe (uvitatUni. Tccrc ere. however, many features to be ecldej in connection with Iho mat- r and uisur persons to be seeii bc- re he could give a definite answer, liicli would on Thurs- av or Wednesday. Hon. Mr. Cilder's answer, was uu- er Ihe circumstances, considered err satisfactory and Iho members of hc'deputaiton came way very liope- ul of the result. 1 Tbe depnlattoii was ot a very rep- ,-senlfiilvo nature being headed by- resident Crawford of ibc board of ade. ,0thers Included Mayor Dav- lEon, B. M.L.A.. A. Gallagher. M.L.A.. S. K. HolhweH nd H. C. Pope, all well known Con- B. Knowles acd J. A. Maharg ave rellred In Mr. Calder's favor. WINTtR in Every Department j Ai Hie liigtost of (HunpieteiiVss anil 'we're featuring values you will iiolmalc h in auy other store hereabouts, MANY LINES FOB THIS REASON; WKKK BOUGHT TWELVE ANT1) FIFLKKX MONTHS AGO TO AVOID TIIK SIIAItF AIIVAXCKS AMIIOH UAVK iSIXCE UKEX PUT OX, AXI) WOMEN WHO BUY 11KKE GET THE AD-- VANTAGE IN EVE11Y INSTANCE. St. John, X B., Got, Wil- liam I'agsley has Issued B statement to the Liberals of New BnmswJck In he sets forth his position" as to Tbe conscription and the union gov- cnimont- Mr.- Puesley teafcts tin tlateiuenl that U was upon his ad- Vlce that Hon. F. B. Carvell agreed 1o Join the onion cabinet and that It on tbe distinct understand log that such- a government should only be formed for the duration of the Mar, As to his present ntUtnde Mr Pogsley sitd he Is In faror of the of Uie lav and does not mlrorale repeal. In the event ot a Liberal victory, however, he favors appealing to Ihc British govenimenl far Instructions as to the form of aid from iCanada 'which would prove inost acceptable, In closing his statement, Mr. Pugsley aava he Ije'arallable as the caudidale'ol Liberal parly in St. John and Albert If they if ant .him in thit FOR CONSTIPATION tare itood the ten ol aMe. WandcrfiiDr te blolsb bULoujntu, (odicmioii ud to had conplcxioo. in Favor of National Labor Meet- ing Later PALEFACES Carter's Iron POk wm j Min (SKcIal to Ihe Herald) ?rnie, 'Oct. from and orher outlrinff di.slricLs met a dcleeatloa; from Ferale In the Grand theaire this afternoon to take preliminary steps looking to-a per- manent organization of all labor in- eresls In the. East Kootenay riding, or Ihe purpose of nominating a can' dttfate for'tbe Domtnion house to be oted for at the approaching election. 'Those present seemed actuated by common desire lo have the labor, elements In Ihe riding united In the contest, and their action as a horty showed a full sense ot tho situation and a desire to take advantage of Ihe opportunity nowpresenled to eiect a straight labor candidate for the rld- Thontas Biggs was elected tempor- ary chairman and Potter acted A Beautiful Showing of Ready-to-Wear LailU-s1 1'ln.sli Coals. plain aiul 1'uV (rinuned. (o l-iST.50. t Veloiii- {'Dais, Linrgiuuly, elc. (o JjsiO.OO. Kxlra Large and ollu-r colors. to Heavy Cloth Jloto'r Coats, pure wool mater- ials. to Lartie.s' Newest Suits. Serges, cheviols, etc, to .5.30.00. Superior Furs Plain and Novelty Skirls, serges and .Liulics' Silk ;uul Serge Dresses. A lovely- variety up to 4G. (o Warm Kimonas and splendid style, made of heavy velonr. %ti'M Splendid Petticoats, Moreen, dudiesse and lu In seiwrate neckiiieces I.IM! matched sets. Also finest Hudson Seal and Canadian leaver Coals. Every piece the very Iwst qual- ity of its kind ami-prices much lie-low present values, SKAL COATS', FINEST BEAVKK COATS HUDSON SEAL AND SABLE SET' I'OINTED FOX SET FINEST RED FOX SET JAPANESE FOX SET i SPECIAL VALUES IN NATURAL WOLF, IN NATURAL NATURAL AND BLACK FOX. BEAVER, THIBET, HUDSON SEAL, ETC. Hosiery and Underwear Away Below Present Values Girls' I'tlbWd Cashmere ________. irose. li.'lo 10 in. IHack colors. IM to 75c. Hoys'-f Jaeger Heavy RiltlK-d (ttolOin., -Prices S5c to l-il.OO. Cashmere Hose. Fully one third less than present values. to Fine Cashmere Ifose. Black and .white. Sizes to G. 40o. Ladies' Watson's Union________________ Suits. Allgrades. to 5.00. x i -Large Sixe Watson's Union Suits. Sizes 10, to'extra 0. S............... to 155.00 Girls' Union Suits. White or natural colors. Sizes (o S1.50 to Children's Sleeping Suits. 1 to 12 year sizes. to....................... CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE 612 3rd Ave. S. Phone 453 Arranging for the Elections .Suits Maddlo Measure From ovf own'or your mRtarlftli and work L. SAMv 410, Mh S., (Oehlnrf Dominion Meit In Ihe capacity of temporary AtLer a" short discuMton it was. cail the new party Ihe In- Labor parly, in with (he title adopted by the party In England. A committee of four was appointed to draw up a platform for'adoptlon at Uie, evening session, and all delegates present werg constituted a com mil Lee of tbe lie conalderatlou ot the detail work and the financing at tha party during the campaign. Mr. Dlckenaori of Fernle elect- ed Umpornry president of the asso- ciation and Wm. Potter qt "West Fer- ule wn aecretary.' November 4th set as the date for the meet- ing of a fall convention from alt parts the riding, and the, officers Verc t me led to extend Invitations ia bor organizations or bodies throngh- ut the district lo Eend represcnta- lo the conveatlon Lo be held In ernle on Sunday, NOT. 4tbr A communication from the aecre- TJ of tbo Federation of Labor of ritlih Columbia, urelng concerted :Iion at -the coming election was iad and discussed. Also ft commu- Icullon from A. H. MacXelll of Fer- le Tsaa and riled. As" II came om a private Indivlduil, no action as taken In regard to the contents tbe'letter In which MaoKelll cmfc occasion to politt out the many "groundB .upon the la or Interests and Uic1 reform Interests tbe Llberal'pilrlr could unite, but was any ae- on along 'siicH, lines1 st''such a pre- minary meelilig. All the discussions were In a most rlendly and uncontentloua spirit, a desire-to unite J every ele- tiebt which goes la mako up Iho ab6r Interests fn fenwal and" a'rqc as tliey ufTcot. at uch a momentous time. E. Brown, jSerJiroUry of DIatrlcl IS, wag in from and-Tis' 22 later- sled spectatoT'd? Ibe proceedings of he convention..' Secretary Beard of Ilctiell was a delegate and look in cttye part In Ihe'proceedings.. Oct.' 11 Is now certain lhat the general election will he over some days before Christinas. Xon- December 17, Is the prob- able dale ot election day. The worX ol organlutlon No election iras erer.held-ln Canada herore under conditions and it is unllkelj lliat such conditions present themselves, again. Not only the ordinary election mach- ID try has bad to be jet In motion, but completely new- machinery has pro-Tided tor the holding pi mil- itary naTil polU In Frincij. Bel- gium >nd the United Kingdom, the West Indies, Canada and on the high seas of Europe and Xorlh America. Ccntecjporineousir with the opera- tion of getting readr for the tatting ot Totes In so many pJacw, new.lists o[ voten bare to te prepared In'ev- ery proTlnce and .n the Yukon, a mil- lion or sn o( female {voters will have to ba located. Identified a; qualified and for the first lime reglatere'd aa entitled to vole. The names oi many aliens must be struck from the Usia, All theJC operailons pro- ceed unfler authority of tivo acta of parllaraeat one of which was ellll un- der dlacasston on the laat day of Ibe Eenlon ID Septemher. For tha purpo'ee pi the election, IbouianiJs of new ballot Uosoa; and bags fiaye had to he niade in Canada anil In Iceland. bave had to be cabled overseas. Mil- Dons of ballots, ballol icnvelopcs and other election forms have hnd to he prepared and printed.' Ordinarily, the mere revision of Ihe voters'.lists In any the eastern provinces us- ually consumed about three months. Tbe operation of making new llsta Jn Canada, adding the. names ot quali- fied female TOtera, striking off Uu natneE of disfranchised aliens and nominating and polling for canrtH ales will cover a period of 2S days. There will be a previous period oi week.i allowed the returning officers for prenaratlon. Thus (lie writs of tbe election can Issue gevcn weeks before the. date set for the elections filvlng. ample time for.all the 'purpoSes of'Ihe military voters' act and the war lime'elections, act. Colonel Pu'mey Is-proceeding over- seas Lo act wllhin' Europe ae over- seas clerk ol the'crown In chancerj- and to'' organize- IKe taking p[ the military 'and naval vote] in .France, Ed-lglurrt, -and K'ngdorn. The rolea ot those In the Canadian Eipedlllonary Force will constitute (he hulk of the orBrSeas polling, but there are many Canadian electors in Ihe various British riiival and air ser- vices and'ln Ihe British and-French armies. Col. Puiney.will endeavor to poll as many of the Tbles ol all these oa possible. Tie' TV 111 divide tbe tcr- rJiory where any Canadian military electors are, ana willM nominate one presiding otTlcer over cnch district. This presld.nE officer irlll appojnt deputy presiding officers, vho wllf fill he niHilary' "or" naval men, actually to lake the vole. No civilian will have aaythlnf to do with taking the Col, Furncy am) his personal staff of three, Lieut. Rogers and Slaff'Sergeanta Bowa'cr and AVard, nrc proceeding overseas from OllawH. 'is F. better known as ihe cost of-living" commissioner, wbo lias been' appointed genera) re- lurulng officer, .chaTgc of the f'peratloii of Ine wholo electoral machinery In Canada, and .overseas, civil, 'military "and naval. fHOUSEWK TOOK VIKOL Now She u Stronff and Well Bcrlielej, was nerrotis, irritable, no appetite, could not' sleep, ind wu tlmys tired, so my house- a great After .other medJcinta had failed Yinol built me up and made me strong, I have a good appetite and alecp well. Every nervous, weak, ailing woman ihould try N. 'Edmunds, 3107 Dw5Eht Way, Berkeley, CaL We ask erery n err out, run- down, ailing woman in this town to fry tbic cod liter and iron tonic ori bar guaranlct to return their money if it tails to help tliem. t !j. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO, >LTD. Druggisti, Lelhbrldge. AUo at the best druggists In ill Alberta towns. LIVE STOCK MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 SaliVto Start at 12 o'clock Sharp, Regardieis' of Wealher. the undersigned, will sell at PUBLIC SALE, at the FARM OF C. E. RITTER, S. W. J4 19-11-21, sixteen milts North of Lelhbrldge, Fourteen miles Seiith East of Barons, Eight miles cast of Noble- trie following described property: I7S HEAD OF head d[ calres; 55 head of cows In call; 12 yearling hcifcra; 17 yearling steers; 7 2-j-L-ar oliT hellers; ;-11 2-yoar old steers; II cows with calr at aide; S inllhlng; 3 coivs cojnlDC frcsb soon; 1 Ilefi Polled bull, 3 years old; 1 Ileglsler- ed Shorthorn bull, 3 ycnrs old. I 21 HEAD OF black ma'r'e, S years old, In toal, HOO (us.; 1 hay marc, C years old, Jn foal, HOO Nis., with coll ni side; 1 blnck mnrc, -1 yearn old, in [oal, 1300 Ihs.; 1 black gelding, year.1) tild, 1250 1 aged black mare In foal, 1300 Ibj.; 4 miles, 2 ycnrs old; -1 gehllitks, 2 years old; 2 (Jllics, 1 year old; 2 geldings, 1 year; 1 liny saddle horse, 0 years old; 1 saddle pony --vlth coll 'at side, 7 years old; I hlack I'crcheron stallion, wciglil 1975 IDS. Unreserved Sale as Owners are Closing Out Their Herdc. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS CASH R. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer, CalgVy RITTER, TALBOT 4 SONS. J. A. GOW, Clerk, Barons Ownen Bitter Disappointment to Local People When Unit Re- moved from Here Romo. Orl. Ihr ItA front comes vague, but Insistent, ru- mora that Ihe Amtrlana are planning an olfenslrc. It Is also affirmed thai German (roopa arc marching towards (he Alps. The Austro-Clerman con- renlralloli la Elld to be dlrecleil agalnil ISe Balas'uia plateau. Tte Austrlans seem possessed by a fever- ish sctlTUy, whlcb Is unusual In their autumn All their iren- chel are In a great lermeni which QUrlbuled merely lo pre- riarillona for winter, such a-t the building of hula for shelter. ObHerv- ,ers report the Removal o.f. troops from ttyp Trentlno and- Careo fronts to the plnlc-SLJ well as the Br- rfTal of fresh conllngenlaT! from Iho front, where evidently the do not eipcct Rny ee ..I'.-.'-. Join the Home Defence movement for the conserva" tion of food. Help to pre- vent waste by demanding the whole wheat grain in break- fast foods and bread) stuffs, Substitute whole wheat for meat, eggs and potatoes. The whole wheat grain is the. most perfect- food given toman. In.Shreddcd Wheat BicCoit you have the whole wheat grain made digestible by steam-cooking', shredding -and baking. Every particle of the whole wheat grain is used! including the outer bran coat which is so useful, in keeping the bow- els healthy and active, For' any meal with milk, and fresh fruits. Made in Canada. Lethurldise bid good-bye lo the 78lh i Depot Hattery todayj The boys left "f-'nnnn to BO Inlo winter quarters at C'aljary. The action of the inllitaryi aulborl- Ics In removing tlie 73th Irclm l.olh- 'irlrlgc to Colgary for wlitter 'training will come as a surprise lo the people ol Lethbrldgc. 11 had been under- slood when Ihc boys came bach from awau-a that llicy would be liere- for Ihe "Inter, two of the buildings at the fair grounds Jiavlnfi been Ictl ee barracks and Ihc hospital having also jlef'Aiady for occupancy by Ihe they put the remainder; ofjilhfa onlld- Ings in onier iliis and supplies had also been" arrnrtfTed !or Ihc baltcry lor Iho It was not till Icn dayaiifcp'lrnlHnefeA any Inhllng thai Iho moved. Then It slrong pressure to. benr In Calgary troopi quartered'the Lclhbrldee StroTiff-' brotiBhl to bear al Ol aatnoriiica anu u l.cthbrldge has hallery c been, rir'ftei, naTlfig (he wlnlcr, were very In ii Custom Tailored Mart. Stiuid out from (he rnnk and file of Uie imllffCi'cntl.v Pressed class.1 indlvidiiiil. Custom luiloring atom liiarlss yon as disUncilvcIy (li'tiSs DeipEte the difficult fabric condition, we arc atHI In a potlllon lo guarantee you all wool matftrlali, .Thai quality, combined with shape-reufnlnti l.illorlnrj, .eujisrb .modelling, attractive and pattern f effects and smart alylss It your aia'urdnce of complete dothes'sotlsfattlcn', here, _ Custom Tsulorefl Fall SuHs and Overcoats for Men ami Youn'K Men up. T. C RIDPATH Tailor f o Alcn smrt Women i07 Streets. I'hoiW, Alfa.. ;