Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
'AGE EIGHT Tim LETHimiDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910 City of Muskcgon Rams Pier al in Four Minutes MUSKEGON. Mich, OcL Ten persons Ic-it their lives IHls morning the Crosby lirsr, City of formerly the City of while trying lo mcks the barter struck Ihe soulh pier channel and was smashed to pieces, 5lnk- iro' In four minutes. Three ci Ihe victims pis- sengers, ths remainder being members of thr crew. There were about 25 aboard, but the vessel (ay aga'nst (he pier sa that moil of them were to make- their .vay to safety. The City of MosVegan left Mil- waukee in clear last nlnp, but WAS caught in a raging northwester thai struck Lake Michigan early this morning. Rldinp the- storm well, CapV Ed- ward Miller decided it was safer ts. filimpt to make the harbor than t? turn about. Jjst as the bow of the vessel came into the channel a big wave caujhl It and smashtd the craft zgjlrst the end of pier. The bill can. not react the senate bo- I foil? the middle of ihe and HAD BLANK PASSES TO RUSSIA r.KRUX Oci. Herr Mueller, the lorefer. Kinkier. accounted in the MY .Maiar assembly lodsy that several h4.ri.iy ia their passes lo Russia have been plaeod un- Tier irpre going lo join the forces, which lec'ibly fitting Ilia yelshoTJXi. On tbc streets of Berlin are 10 bo seen Gemi.911 soldiers in uniform >viih ihe Russian cross on iheir Con i true! I on. irork Tu3 been start- ed on ihe subway under ttia G.T.P. tracks at SL Paul's are., Brtuitord. in house Is certain to occupy several Closure JJnllkely J though the arffiude of the opposi- tion In ihe house yesterday suggested the possibility of the Liberals keeping up tbe llsht for a long time, they say itiat have no Intention in per- ia their an length. N'oihlne has oc- currei to sujgesl that tbe b'll might have to bo put through by closure, the Eovernmeni statins ihat ibe opposi- tion can have as much lime as desire to consider it. Senate Margin Small "While the government is confident- ly counting cu a majority for !he Grand Trunk legislation whon Uie bill roaches the senate, li It realized that the marfilti ot safety for lha measure may not bo a wide cue end thai tho A Good Investment HPHE money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtain- ed whenever required. Open an account to-day. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRiDCE BRANCH .WARNER BRANCH _VILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, Man.jcr J.K.S. GORDON, J. War Bond Interest" Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank all War Loan coupons or interest cheques uhen due, on presentation, without making aoy charge whatever for the service. If you have not a Smng3 Account, why not use your interest money to open one with Thin Bpk 7 BANK situation Is one. which vrill tbo ministerial whips oh the alert until the final vote is -taken.- This belns the situation., In .the upper house; the- progress of the bill in that chamber will be watched wirt intense interest at iho capital. Prohibition Legislation Next When the railway tegklalloa Is fift- ally out of Iho way "ot the commons, It Is anticipated that (lie govern- nienl'9 prohibiUon legislation will be proceeded with. There have been rumors tbis week that Iheso V.lls would ba dropped (or the session, but there has been official intimation from the KoverDmeut to warrant, such an assumption. The Jndlcallons DOW are that they will be proceeded wiih. The ame menl lo the Dominion Temperance Act, the more Important of the two b'.lls, will mate provision for bone-dry pro- hibilion In any province following an affirmative. vote on a referendum on the authorization ot a resolution by a provincial government. Soldiers' Committee Report It is understood that the report of ihe special committee the com- which, under the chairmanship of Hon. J. A. Calder. has been consid- ering the bill to amend the relat- ing to soldiers' civil rc-establlshment, will mate Us report lo the commons today. The house will probably de vote a couple of days to Itc discus-ion of the report, and the bill, to which ii relates. In art tii I ion there arc a number of govcmciGTiL h'.lls of minor importance lo be dealt with, so tbat parliament is. not likely lo. conclude Us session before tlie end of neit ircek. ON GLORY'S TRAIL By BLIilo Plerseru v v v O -t v o I wool to sleep the other 'twaj quit? unusual, by the way. for i bflleve Ihn It U r I glil to do one a slumbering at niffhl. However, stranto as It may seem. I and dreamed dream. (Hero il 1 Journeyed to i Uttlo town, a ot no small rtfuown. a place of yleas- ure, prlJe and Joy for uuu rind woniKu, girl and boy. Jc seemed that each one wished to do things only thai were good and Inie, so K was natural to feel that Living Ihero would Ideal. The homo 3 wero a.11 BO cleau nuil neat; no painted Klrls ivere on the street; the lurks ivcrc freo from fltrts or shirks; no rugged bums hunHDg work; no ragged children rude. were seen lo steal or bcK for food; no Eriiny ciotbus uo rags vero secif for everyone uas neat and cleau. Twas then I awoke. Bald I: "That dream was not a Joko.'- llowe'er unreal ft aU mar sceoi tlie dream I dreamed was NOT a dream. Salvation Army centres sea ihh dream of mtne reality. Tbe poor are the hungry fed, tho bum Is given food and bed ivhlla faclory.glrl, or bum or all who apply aro glren worb. A home of rescue for tha stray who's somehoiv lost (he teller way; all and more these vrorfcera r Com pi i bo ilnmiirf irlth Ibclr ecatcil mark, ilia "Direr Croip." The rtiroit, Ihe ireit tiati it Which coldi Jlrlkc. And Ihtw Ihe rery errant most diffi- cult to treit, brouse only i oreatheable remedy Is capable of reaching tilt (rnnbltlodEciIlhtrf Pepi provide brcathcible remedy, and their superiority over remedies which ire, iwal- [ow-d Into the itomich It there- fore obvloDi. For convenience, Ihli breilhcablr remed; li eon- deDsed Into Ublel form. To rake Ine trepment, merely ais- I'lolve Peps In your mouth, and Ihe medlclnil tliil 'li Telelsed Ij cirrled by the breltb. lo tbe remotest parli ol .tie breathing lunjs, healing, soothing and ttrength- tnlnu every part with which It romei rn contact. At Ihe lime lime, by destroying all dlieme germs, these medicinal fumes prevent the development o[ colds, conrhi and lerlonl cheit trouble. Pcpj wilh yra, and When you go in over- heated bnlldlng lo the bitter cold of outdoors, put o pastille In your mouth. Also as a pro- tection against gernas, keep a tcplnyourmouth.whenbreilh- Ing the Impure air of a crowded theatre OT store. bocbl... vbieaaire alreidr developed, lr alib "c WHIST DRIVE THE.FIRST OF THE SERIES UNDER DIRECTION OF SONS OF ENGLAND, WILL BE HELD On Thursday Evening, 30th inst. IN I.6.O.K. HALL, AT 8.30 P.M. Small Musical Programme 'Admission M Cents NOTICE To G.W.V.A. Members TENDERS FOR ALTERATIONS lo fcjstmcU of O. W, V. 'A. building will lio received from any member or members quali- fied lo lender up lo 5 p.m., on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1313. I'hns and specifications may be seen at the secretary's office. J. A. TOBCOTTE, Secretary .Treasurer. BUY V1CTOHY BONDS SHEEP SHEEP HEAD ON THE MARKET Satu rday Next Nov. 1, 1919 ALBERTA STOCKYARDS, CALGARY, 1 O'CLOCK SHARP Comprising high grade Oxford and Shropshire Glmrr.ers and Young Ewes, cast evict, ewe and wethar lambs; all Mndt of fteif. Ing sheep. RegTr.tered Oxford and Shropshire Rams and Lamb Rams. Now IE the time to get supplied with Qood young stock ewes. Free freight on breeding iheep from our sales. Early entries lied. Terms cash. All order punctually attended to. ALEX. MacLEAN CO. AUCTIONEERS And Live Stock Agents, Alberta Stockyards, Calgary. E520B, E5321 PATTERSON-BELL HAY 4 GRAIN CO. Are now booking orders for ear Toll, oil cake meal or nulied cake; alto government free freight hay and feed at remarkable low }irfces. Get busy. Phone 1563, Union Banl; Chambers, Lelhbrldge. tons of Hye Grass Oats, mixed, splen- did sample. HAY! The Department of Agriculture lias seVenly-fivc cars of Ontario and Quebec Hay on the way from llie Easl for distribution to farmers who have not ai> ranged lo purclnise locally. The price fw Number two Timothy al Lethbridgc and Medicine Hat will be thirty-two dollars, f.o.b., and at Calgary thirty dollars, f.o.b. for good Number three Timothy. Purchasers must pay local freight from these points and remit twenty-five dollars per car wilh order. Farmers requiring this hay address J. D. SMITH, Department of Agriculture, Edmonton.