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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1916 THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE We Bought a Big Stock of BUILDERS' HARDWARE Before the Prices Advanced am! can offer vei-y special prices on Builders' Hardware, Taints and Varnishes. It will pay you to submit specifications (or our prices bofure purchasing.- WE SELL Stanley Garage Hardware IJ you ara wise when you hulld a garage, simple or olahorate, it -will have Stanley Hardware. For sort of garage, wood or concrete, hrlck or stone, Ihoro Just the right Stanley Hardware. Doors hung on Stanley hinges close weather tight and Stanley tastonlngo 1-eop them so; a condition not possible wUh sliding doora. C. W. G RAY 318 FIFTH 8T. S. HARDWARE PHONE 781 Dr. E. A. Layton wants use of per-1 John Good hilled a rattlesnake in lules prohibited in public, schools m Lewlston Narrows, Pa., measuring 4 Tacoma, Wash. feot 6' inches and carrying 19 rattles. CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE W. F. BISSETT Representing Cassidy's Limited, Montreal, will be at our store TOMORROW WEDNESDAY Showing a large ami specially controlled >ange toffine China and Glass, in Royal Crown Derby, Royal Worcester, Copeland's Spode, Limoges, Elite Cut Glass and Webb Corbett's Crystal. Should yon require any ot these lines this would be-a favorable opportunity to make your selection. H. A. McKILLOP CO. British Goyt Takes Radical Ac- tion to Limit Buying Power on Speculation Winnipeg, Oct. and Bot- teriU received the following report from their Ch'.ciiKO agenti: lias been substantial foreign specula- tion interest in our wheat market for some time past, which has given sup- port, and which has been misbelieved to be actual report buying at various times. Recent action or the British government, I am told, prohibits the de spatch "of orders to this country from uow on. Therefore, thu buying power under the speculative' wheat market has been reduced and the evening-up process will likely briny selling." Following up this report, Mr. Baird got into communication with hU Chi- cago agents further la this connec- tion, realizing that such an action would play an important part in the price making. Substance of Order During the afternoon ho received the following: "This announcement that the gov- ernment was prohibiting the sending of orders is baaed on the following: "Indirect Intimation that American houses doing a grain business and having offices in England have been notified by their managers on that Bide of the water the British gov- ernment would prohibit hereafter the sending of orders for speculative pur- poses in American markets in wheat. Beyond this' we do not know Juut what plans may be influencing or how far reaching such plans may be. This certainly injects a new phase into tho situation of very marked importance, as undoubtedly a fair proportion of foreign orders have been for individ- ual accounts, and largely speculative in nature, and the withdrawal of this foreign buying directly affects ths buying power in the pit. Par Reaching Plane "It also indicates that far reaching plans are under way on the of the British government to eliminate every possible influence on prices that would be detrimental and to control sides of the situation that they possibly can enter into. "Undoubtedly the main and primary object is to reduce the cost and un- less this effort fails the logical con elusion is that it is against and not in favor of higher prices." Mr. Baird's summing up of the re- port is Evidently the early an- nouncement this week that the British government had taken over the entire wheat Importing trade of the United Kingdom, and later announcement that it was the intention of the gov- ernment to commandeer tonnage at their pleasure and reduce '.the actual cost of transportation in their desire to reduce the price of foodstuffs grains especially, apparently was construed as bullish by the'trade of Uio United Kingdbm, and by reason of the government taking over the trade it made it impossible for them to do any speculating 'ia future in their own consequence, there ia clear evidence that active buying of American futures took place for foreign account. A Herald Want Ad. Will Sell Your Farm THE OF RAILWAYS WHAT IS A REFRIGERATOR CAR? RBFRIOERATOR oar !i the diametrical oppo- ilte to a house refrigerator. latter IB V. eipected to slay In one nlflitra- tor car IB built specially lor the purpose ol moving in gniciir arid a. oueu riiissy CCISKSS.K to move U with loads of perlihabla pro Jucla. True, a car Is lometlmai diverted trom the lite for which Its parentage designed It, and 'remainlni itatloniry tilled with goods, the tonogtul purpose of a storage warehouse to the hirra of other shippers and consignees who are jclamorinv tor more care to move freight and'are ibUmlog companies Instead of the pub' 'lie bit that happens almost entirely to Iti brother, the boi car. and while, as Kipling states, "that Is another story." He life history would differ In sever- al essential! ir the box car were always moved yith the celerity'with which C.P.R. refrigerator car 284861! Uavallsd aaarty in power. Back Up Service Board The drastic action now proposed by jome of Premier Borden's advisers is to forthwith announce a policy of modifield conscription, backing up the National Service board with some real authority to get after tho slackers and allocate men either to the ranks of the overseas forces or to the neces sary works of production, on which depend the continued war output of munitions. The Nationalist nliuis- .ers, from Quebec have, of. course, op- losed drastic action along this line, n a speech in Quebec last week Hon. Mr. Patenaude went so far as to say that if the slackers did not want to en- ist or do other war work the gov- ernment should let them alone. Issue Must Be Big The Ontario members, however, are urging that the'only thing which can save the party will be to come out at once with some definite campaign, paying no attention to the Conserve lives' erstwhile support in Quebec and making a play for the manufac- urers' and soldiers' votes by appeal- ng -for an endorsatlon ot the policy of modified conscription both of fight- ers and workers that would make an ssue big enough, it is contended, to demand an appeal to. the country, and it is thoght that the new gov- would grant a dissolu- tion on that ground without insisting on another session ;of parliament, furthermore, it is hoped that by rais- n a spectacular issue of thisi kind lublCc attention will be drawn away administrative. failures of he .pait four years and centre the campaign on the big issue of con- scription or no conscription. As far as can be learned at pres- ent, the government is-now wavering between the alternatives of meeting larllament and hanging on to power lor at least another few months or of taking the plunge now and getting it all over quickly on a bold issue. CAMPBELL NOMINATED AJilton, Out, Dec. a con- vention; of Halton Liberals, Duncan Campbell, of Moffatt, was nominated candidate for the federal, house. tJnited States dreadnoughts are now equipped with' ladies' retiring rooms, presumably in pursuance of a policy of using the ships for pink teas. The will of Seth ex-Mayor of disposed of ah estate esti- mated of not more than '-DON'T THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please notify IIHHTML PROVINCIAL COMMITHE HmrarifSMcfibuiy, Say. n fieturned Soldiers' Bureau, R. OLIV6R, City ClerK, Ssey. IN the summer season tho 1'rovlncc of Now jjruuawlck is a happy laud, wboro tho sunny lioura speed away on tho feet of delightful tiroamu. -In tho fall Is lovuly in her rich dress ot brown; and in tire winter, whon she is arrayed in licr robe of virgin whiteness, aho Is fair and charming; and II slw la Uion cold, hor admirers do not fool that her chillncss Is a chlltneES of heart. This favorite C'lua'dlan haunt in' preeminently a land of the holiday- maker and sportsman. St. Andrews, where Is situated the popular Cana- dian Pacific Algonquin Hotel, and many other seasMfl places are haunts of the bather and outdoor game player during the holiday sea- Bon of June, Jul7, August and Sep- tember. No sooner hfivo the sum- mer holiday folks and fishermen left the province than the hunters of the big game take their places, for at the opening of the big game season large numbers of hunters of both sexes appear with their guns amidst the thick forests of the laud. New Brunswick is one of the moat popular of the Canadian provinces for big game hunting. Moose, caribou and deer are. plentiful In this reKion. A magnificent specimen of big game is the moose. When fully grown he weighs over Ibs. His massive antlers are long and gener- ally average six feet In width. He may be found In twelve of tho fifteen counties of the province. It Is only tho hunting folks and the wary guides who know how to hunt the moose. There Is tho "calling" done early in tile season, aud the "stii: hunting" done later the cold weather. In September and October the moose is often surprised aud ghot wading In the. lakes and rivers feasting on the roots of water plants While pursuing the moose, tho hun ter can distinguish between the tracks of the male and the female, foi the male leaves round tracks an( those of the female arc somewhat pointed. Fredericton, Havelock, New castle. Bathurst, Campbellton and Perth are good starting points. A graceful antlercd monarch of New Brunswick Is the caribou. He weighs about 600 Ibs. on an average It is a delightful sight to watch him stride at a waliting rate, or trot, or gallop over the country. A full grown caribou stands from four and a half to five feet In height. Of this animal there are two varieties, the woodland and the barren ground species. Tbe woodland is somewhat taller than the other and its colof Is darker about the body, hut tho horns are lighter. It is generally found in herds of about half a dozen. The barren ground caribou travels in large herds, and Its coat Is light. This kind Is noted for its migratory habits. In New Brunswick the places the hunters are likely to achieve the best results are North West Mlramlcbl, Restlgouche. Upsal- qiiitch, Nepisiguit, and Tobiquo Rivers. The starting points for these areas are Newcastle, Campbellton, Bathurst, Chatham and PeVth all of which are reached by the Edmunds- ion Brancn of tha Canadian PacIHc. There are few localities in New Brunswick where a deer may not be located Like the moose and tue caribou gives those who follow him an interesting and pleasant SPSportnmen desirous of hunting the big game of New Brunswick may se- cure good accommodation at the homes of their guides. Good hotels and hoarding houses are also avail- The season for the hunting of the moose, caribou, and deer opens on September 15th and continues to No- vembcr 30th. Shooting on Sunday is prohibited 'by, law. Non-resident hunters must be accompanied by a 'licensed guide. The license to kill one bull moose, one bull ct'ibou, and two deer costs a bona fide resident ot the province S3 and a non-resident iO. Hunting with hounds Is for- bidden. This year tho opening of the bis game season was marked by the ex- hibition for sale on the St. John mar- ket of moose and deer meat. In re- cent times there has beeu a consider- able reduction In the number of males amongst tho larger New Bruns- wick game, and the people are be- coming alive to the necessity for be- ing more careful. Indiscriminate shootiug Is being checked to some extent at all events, and it has been suggested that the sale of the meat of big game on the markets should be stopped to discourage the hunter who hunts for the purpose of making money. What the Press Agents Say At The Oi-plienm NEW PANTAGES BILL The new Pantages vaudeville pro- .jram at the Orphe.um tonight is de- cidedly a first class entertainment, according to all advance reports; com- edy is the predominating note of the :w bill: "Mr. a movie musical comedy, Kill be the headline attrac- tion; it is a new departure in musical comedy and Is proving very popular. Earl Cavanaugh is the comedian in the act, while Miss Ruth Tompkins is the eading lady, who acquits herself of ler role very creditably, and is sup- ported by a quartette of pretty girls n songs and dances. Ruckev and Wlnnlfied, two colored a repertoire of popular numbers on the-instrument. Comedy, motion pictures will com- plete a most interesting and amusing vaudeville program. First show at 7.-I5, second at 9.30. At the Empress The Silent Voice is the feature at the Empress tonight. Franklyn Starr, a talented and weal- thy composer of music, suffered a double misfortune in the sudden loss of his bearing anil in tho death ot a mother deeply attached to him. Mu- his great ioy in life, was not tak- en from' him and a complete change iu Starr's character developed. Once generous, happy afld helpful, Starr now grows sad ana despondent. Peep- ly sensitive concerning his deafness. Starr resolved to leave the city aud retire with his devoted servant, Spring, to the country and live the life of a hermit. One day, when tor- tured by a blacker mood, Star rushed BELIEVE BIG t of his cabin to seek the solace of, MM. nice; Ihese two comedians are in a class ,by themselves. Sam Burke and Lillian Broderick and a -moment later he was hurled to to the road below by a landslide caus- n that are Mid'to be dancing. The Three Keatons will offer a com- edy knockabout act; they bill them- selves as "Pun's Funniest Family." Izetta, termed "The Eva Tanguay of the will entertain with oFtheirled by the blast. The attractive Mar- be the latest in mountain region at the time, and wit- nessing Starr's accident she rushed to his'rescue. At this juncture the inevitable took place. LOOK AT A CHILD'S TONGUE IEN CROSS, Atlanta, Ga., has common and high school students this year. "Delegates wouldn't believe me when I told them about our fifty- bushel wheat crop on the jail said Warden Rivers to the HoraldJUB morning on his return IrGui the Asisri-- can Prison Congress at Buffalo where he delivered an address on "Prisons in Alberta." "Those who did believe the report thought Alberta must be a wonderful country. I told them that lots of far- mers in' Southern Alberta this year were reporting 60 and even ashigh as 70 bushel crops. They merely gasped." Warden Kivers said the delegates to the big congress seemed to greatly impressed with the way prisoners .in Alberta jails were handled, the -hu- mane way being conceded to be the coming method ot dealing with prison- ers in all provincial and state Institu- tions. Warden Rivera also delivered a lec- ture in Ontario on his return trip... Dr F. X. Mahoney, health commis- sioner, is leading a rat-killing crusade in Boston as an Infantile paralysis preventive. Take No-Chances! Move Poisons From Liver and Bowels at Once.. 1: _________ Mothers can rest easy after giving 'California Syrup of because in a few hours all the clogged up waste, sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. Children simply will not take time from play to empty their bowels, and they be- come tightly' packed, liver gets slug- gish and stomach disordered. When cross, feverish, restless, see if tongue is coated, then give this delicious '.'fruit Children love it, and it can not cause injury. No difference'what ails your tittle if full .nl cold, or a sore throat, diar- rhoea, stomach ache, bad breath, re- member, a gentle "Inside cleansing should always be the first treatment given. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups are printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig-syrups. Ask your druggist for a BO-cent bottle of "California Syrup of then look carefully and sen that it is made, .by the "California Fig.Syrup Company.'' We make no smaller size. Hand back with contempt any other tig Advertisement. To Land Buyers, Investors and Others. Important Auction Sale of Farm Lands To beheld in Auctioneer's Office, Acadia Friday, October 27th AT THREE P.M. PRANK WADDINGTON South East Quarter of-Section 33 10 20 North East Quarter of Section 28 10 20 West of the Fourth Meridian, .Both Adjoining. This'property Is situate in me well Known Picture Butto "-us try and about four miles from Iron Springs Post Oftice. It Is all fenced, and is exceptionally. well adapted for Mlied Farming. 260 acres piougiiable, the balance excellent pasture. 70 acres broken The improvements include a good well and spring, providing enough water winter and summer for fifty head ot stock. A good two storey cottage, 26x20, containing four rooms, barn poultry house, etc. r 'The laud wilt be offered subject to a low reserve bid. 'Terms arid fuller particulars, will be announced at the time salo, or may be obtainecVfrom- THE AUCTIONEER, ACADIA BLOCK, LETHBRIDOI ;