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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1016 fully, and was now prepared to predict Washington. Oct. In large head llnca on tho front tlilB morning FOR A NE FOREST iple with bronchitis, asthma, lung troubles benefit very by living amongst Pine i. w'hyr Because they he the healthy nroinit of .the I. contain beneficial essences, together with their ciiial Ingredients; for 50c. hay bring Into your Home a Fine forest. Peps are is made up of Pine extracts essences, v.'hich t put Into tlie mouth turn healing .vapors: These are hcd down direct to the lungs, it and bronchial lowed down to the stomach, h is not ailing. Try a 50c. of Peps for your cold, your h, bronchitis or -asthma. gists anci stores or r-cjo Cu., ,nto, will supply (From Our own corrMpom'rol) Cartlnloii. Oct. 2C. Cardston Ifl of the fact that for 1015 and IIII6 the Connaiight medal lor high- est Grade marks has come to the school here. Ltint year .Miss Annie Steed was tho winner and this year Iho honor falls Sidney Clamlfield. tlie Now York World announces: "Gloom In O. 0. P. as swing aga: Hunlios is shown. Everybody blue in rol-l rundown aim so i wum Uoial lioadduarters bore over ro- Republican different .cough statos. Ohio I lapsed in many states. to got worse COUGHED CONTINUALLY 1 Day and Says Nothing j Helped But Vlnol. That statement does not surprise us. Wo have told the pcole of Leth-1 bridge many times during the hist ten years that Vlnol Is the greatest rein- edy for chronic coughs and colds that over sold. Mr. Dunning "1 tool; a heavy cold which settled Into a chronic cough. It scorned as 'sounded though I coughed continually day and night, so 1 could not sleep. I was all rundown and so weak I could hardly ports many middle states. medicines but seemed to got worse istcad of hotter. 1 wont to tho drug e with tl.o 113th, was Ilic teachor of ew York Oct. -Word was re- 'the .cough, and the recovery of Mr w York c. bv tho Democratic national Dunning was duo to the beet and cod for both Sties': Bui there is a mea- from San Francis co yes of truth fnVcach. The customary i llay tiiat Allen L. Benson, tlie Socialist pci touatcb l nu October slump is on and with torpresident, SSbothara fi Co.. Ltd.. Druggists vengeance. Evidence multiplies that CHAMPION NEWS .mpioii. Oct. 26. A pleasant was held at Miller's hall Tucs- ight. Hoborts has started his new resi- 011 Vulcan street, s Henderson of milestone. Miss of Long Couloo, and Miss Adams FV A. Huntlngton of Champion I, loft last evening for the teach- at Calgary. beautiful weather of tho past [ays has kept tile threshers busy ;11 as- the elevators, n Bberly left last night for Red to spend his .holidays with Ills lion. School Gymnasium At the last school board mooting a committee was Conned to take charge of the gymnasium affairs of the school'. The chairman, M. A. Coombs, J. E. Harris, tho secretary, and J. Walter Low, the school prin- cipal, wore tho parties appointed. They havo selected Mr. Low as manager and are calling a mooting of tlie rate- payers and all interested for Monday evening, Oct: 30th, to consider all business connected with the gymna- sium, it is expected that the athletic association ami the tennis club will apply for certain evenings and it Is desired to make it a provcment of tlie young town A public reading room Is also talked of as being a desideratum of long standing. All those interested should unite in making tlie best pos- sible use of tlie splendid building pro- vided by our school. New York Is lost to Wilson, grave reports come to Republican headquarters of Wilson gains in the toc..ng out public sentiment from, middle west and on tho Pacific coast, I coast to coast, and was quoted In tne particularly In suffrage states, nttrllm- San Franclsco Bulletin as saying: Tviiii-l ii-irt tn Mifi t'.fV "llG t (111! VOtei'B Of Hisiribothani fi Co.. Ltd.. Druggists, re-election of .dent VUISOK, ge_ ,a ,ho campaign tonr, !in ail Alberta table in most part to the cry "he kapt us out of war." Tho changing attitude of Wall street u tendencies of tho voters of this AFFECTIONS country, as I have observed SM he of Mr. guaranteed by above Vinol dragg.st. e cangn is perturbing. Wall street, so certain towar ten days ago that Hughes would j[ Mr. Hughes Is permitted en nays iiB" HUB--- is hetllrtng. The president t ot lne appy o iMet cx ilcslred to make it a place I or tne m- Brio como oleof the that the De I] SCOLD, Wilson, If Mr. Hugnes is perimnou--------------------- to talk long enough ho will do for that all the troubles confronting Hi' Wilson all that the .president can't do, are t0 be found in th for himself. i middle and far west. There is no (CONTINUED mow FIIOKT PAGE! inocrnts have made some sort of a deal with the railroads controlled from Wall street are rife. Farmers for Wilson New York. Oct. Farm Jour win succeed. Mr. Hughes was always a handy man for tlie Rockefellers. He llltjl went to church with them and taught a Bible class there.. When he became There is not M Um Ca8t. for the rest of the country, re :s a big scare about it, New Farm Jour- Jheu dentlal election. Wilson runs recommenda- cry. It prevails with senators and r W't" tion -ondment, PoHtlcians 111 U1C pi..i. in- Uunhens .t... n.ini- K AT TONGUE! IF COATED, 1LEAN LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. Paddy Palmer wont over on our ship. Wo are situated in a lovely district n tlie garden of England. Aeroplanes nil timf, Fleet in the. n tile garden ot ungianu. luieuo, vyuu over us all the time. Fleet in tho statement issued today by Republican channel could be plainly seen this af- National Committeeman Ilynicka, that -cold your fretful, peevish See if tonsue is coaled; this is ire sign its little stomach, liver iiowels are clogged with sour ten listless, palo. feverish, full of fbreath bad, tliroat sore, doesn t sleep or act naturally, has stom- Iche, indigestion, diarrhoea, give Ispoonful of ''California Syrup of and in a few-hours all tlie foul e tho sour :bile and fermenting passes out of tlie bowels and you a woll and playful child again, ren love this harmless "fruit -lax- and mothers can rest easy af- iving it, because it never fails to their little clean and jep it handy mother! A little giv- pday saves a sicl: child tomorrow, tet the genuine. Ask your druggist I 50-eent bottle of "California Syr- If which has directions for children of all ages and for j-n-ups plainly on tho bottle. Re- iber there are counterfeits sold i, so surely look and see that yours lade by the "California Fig Syrup ipany." Hand back with contempt other fig pc'.l. The Ilglire------- lows: Wilson 1484; Hughes 757; Bon son 336; Hanley 107. Call to Hyphens are just a little outside of the breasl- works so far as the direction of cam- mi Hanlev 107 I Cincinnati, Oct. a few! js concerned, and the the Farm Journal, Jiour, a can go out >is poll clearly Indicated Taft's defeat. Admits Hughes Won't Carry Ohio' Toledo, Oct. the face of a eriioou. We just missed those subs, lidn't we? I wonder if they were look- ng for us over the other Eido. Am rlad to say I am well, feeling flue, and believe the whole battalion are in 'ood shape. BANDSMAN F. T. ROBINS. 73G544, 113th Battalion, 17th Res. Ball. Seafortli Iligh'rs, Army Post Office, London, Eng. Capt. Denoon Writes In a letter from Capt. the H. Denoon, chaplain of the it was in tlie early days of same as it was in me eun; unja ui o are in sympathy with u campaign, lack of proper mettle ittitude toward the giye the organization's work the Iluuin il v-ait Q- to all German-American voters m Ohio and others who are in sympathy with their general attitude toward the _ _____.....-------- son administration to make common, forco (0 the have siglllficance be a, rri a bnlletm nosted at RepnbH- The summons will bo in tho form of it _t ,s only fair to stata ers late totoy con- an address from a special committeo the pessimism is not can headquarters e uueiioo ,ntea at the conference ot the so today as it was last cedes, it is said, mat on uu A ican central Bund which k j h Te wltll several re- Y.' .S0.' ,Cawm ,1 was" eld in Chicago late in May. leauers trom outside of New Men s Clothing Store The Only Store in Lethbridge where a man can go and fit on a ready-to-wear suit or overcoat Mado by the famous Thornton Douglas, the .'makers of clothes for sinnrt- dressers. If these do hot please you we will malic you one in our awn workshop where we em- ploy only the best work- men. WE CARRY THE LARQEST STOCK OF WOOLLENS IN TOWN AND OUR GUARANTEE GOES WITH EACH ORDER. NO FIT, NO PAY Thaell, The Tailor NEXT TO P. BURNS 608 THIRD AVENUE by hut says would he re-elected governor over Cox by This bulletin Is taken to indi- cate that i'rora now on all attention will bo paid to saving the state ticket. Chairman Chirpy New York. Oct. C. Me- .Corralck, chairman of the Democratic committee, er- was held in Chicago late in May. "S publican leaders from outside of New- York state who say that on their ar- -n; i intton Oct "5 is the rival here a few days ago the; blue, thefts can be accomplished on an unprece- dented scale. "The latest reports have removed practically all doubt of a solidly re- publican New England." HUN CHANCELLOR WILL REPLY ndou.-It is Lethbridge Highlanders, to Mrs. De-j yesterday, where he had been borhood of noon written from East Saiidllng consultation with western leaders, camp, lie states that the 113th Battal- ion lias been absorbed by the 17th1 'Re- serve, of which the officer comrfland- ing was formerly officer "commanding tho 78th Nova Scotia Highlanders, and at one time a member of Rev. Mr. De- noon's church in Nova Scotia. Ho also states that Lieut. Frame is train- ing at Shornecllffo where he met Lieut. Jock Palmer. The otherf officers of. the Lethbridge Highlanders have; all one to military school in England. R. Oliver, city clerk, has also re- eived a letter from Capt. Denoon tell- ig of the disposition of the 113th. Japt. Denoon has been ordered to re- ort at tho war office at London. H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE 414 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed London, Oct. 26. iirkish troops' last Sunday night Irlsed 'the British camp, near Ikh-Saad on the Tigris river below iel- and penetrated .the. Brit- trenches. Alter capturing a quan- i of arms and'supplies, the official kish statement says, .the T.urks re- ied to their own position. SUDDEN DEATH isc.1 by Disease of the Kidneys. Tne close connection-, which exists iveen the heart and the kidneys la 1 known nowadays. As soon as heys are diseased, arterial tension ceased and the heart functions are icked. When the kidneys no longer ir forth waste, uremic poisoning are and the person dies, and the se is often given an heart disease, or iase of brain or lungs. E is a good insurance against such a S to send-iO cents- for a large trial jkage of the latest dis- ery 'of Dr. Pierce. Also send a of your water. This ml! be jmined without charge by expert inists at Dr. Pierce'B Invalids' Hotel, Halo, N. Y. When you suffer from E OFC.P.R. COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D, delivered by Viscount re bliran n0pe. iseuu> t British foreign secretary, before the planned to .do advertising in states Foreign Press association in London. around the western-- brand He said he had gone over the situation where it is believed tlie most good rte saici ne nan gouts mm mu -_ nllt jt n the so-called doubtful states oare- cago, and the singular thing about it PURE FO MARKETS ktant tired, worn-out leehng, if a E to write Dr. Pierce, describe your Tptoms and get his medical opinion lout free. Thia mric" of Doctor Fierce'a is found IB 37 times more active than litlua, iiTdfesolveB uric acid in the system lot water does sugar, imply ask for Dr. Pieree's Ammo slets. There can bo no imitation1, iry package of "Anuric" ia sure to Dr. Pieree's.' .Yon will find the signa- C on the package just as.you do.on Pieree's Golden Aledical' blood and stomach, j WqRRTfJDESPOflDEflCr, Lldncybisoaso'ls suspected by medical i when patients complain ai backnehs mifer with Irresislar nrinatlon, dis- icd, too freqiiont, scanty or pninfnl lace. The general symptoms arcrhou- pains or neuralgia, headaches, y spoils, irritability, despondency, :ness arid general misery. .Worry frequent' ciMso 'and sometimes ptoDi of kldnc? disease. Thousands o teitificil to'immeiliatu relief from ;e synintoms usliifi; Dr. irlc Tilblott. Details-of-the arrival aurfTleparture of trains under the new passenger- schedule which goes into effect on, he C. P. R; western lines on Sunday night, were furnished the Herald this morning-so far as they affect Loth- bridge. Following is the schedule: Arrive Depart Eastbonnd........... 145 Westbound 3.28 From Calgary via Al- derside 2.50 To Calgary via Alder- side From Calgary via Ma- cleod 13-30 From Calgary via Al- derside 13.00 From Cardston 11.20 To Medicine Hat..... From Medicine Hat 18.15 To Cardston To Coutts........... Coutts 10.25 To Calgary via Ma- cleod To Calgary via Alder- side Trains on the Lethbridge-Weyburn ine leave Tuesdays and Fridays at 8.30T arriving Wednesdays and Satur- days at 19.45. Train No. 644, arriving from .Cal- gary at 2.50 in the morning, connects [or'Spokane points with No. 513 west- bound leaving here at 3.43. 1.30 '3.43 2.25 13.40 17.10 9.45 16.55 London, Oct. Ginnell, Nationalist member of parliament for Northwest Meath, asked Premier As- quith in the House of Commons today quilir in the House of Commons, today whether in the interests of reconcilia- tion the British government would ac- cede to the desire of the Irish people of'all classes and .allow the remains of the men executed last May. at. the time of the Dublin revolt lo be reniov. ed from places in which they now lie, and be buried in consecrated ground. Premier Asqnlth.'snld tlie government was unable to accede to the request. Special Prime Rib Roasts Rolled Spring Lamb Choice Veal Np.l Turkeys Spring Chickens Choice Young Fowl Watch Our Special Fish Ads. Every Thursday Necessity Does Not Demand That You Buy Shamrock Brand However Satisfaction Does, for in No Other Brand Will you find the standard Dominion Market of excellence reach- i ed in this brand Palace Market ASKFOR: Shamrock Hams Shamrock Bacon Shamrock Fancy Backs Shamrock Skinned Cooked Ham Shamrock Lard Shamrock Butter Products of the Larg- Phone 1654 est Packing House i fi Phone 431 in the West '1 V ;