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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX ,THE tETHBRlBGE; DAILY HERALD FRIDAY', MUi ud uMhriot Ih. SuoM ii i Gmrd .limit Farm Residence Near City Burns citv last night, ana compiei-iv venSB Oj William J( .troycd it. Half oi the chickenhouse ffas was dest-rovei also, and had they not out it in two and kept the fire away loan .to the Allies. Chauncey Depe-w, delightful after- Fire broke out in the residence of dinner speaker, indulged the other ev- W A. Ott, live miles cast of the ening in a bit ot banter at the ex- citv last night, and completely de-; panse ol William Jennings Bryan. De- the Bryan had. a day the whoVbiiilding would have been or two previously, denounced the burned. Mr. Philip Ott, who stays at. as ID take out the farm, had eaten supper and left trr_ WM a things in the house m couM have befm good order, and went to a neiRhbor I other'brain that] At 7.30 the'house was Brother Bryan's. "-Mr.. Bryan should flames and_the _A said Mr- Depew, !'for its takes dollars out of Provide a Military Corps Winnipeg, Agri- cultural Collego will nrodiico "a mili- tary corps ready for immediate work in the tronchei next spring, if the war situation at that. Uiue demands that everj" able-bodied man take up arms for ibe Empire. Professor J. D. Heyuolds. principal of. the college, at the opening of the winter course. sa'io that ho Intended to form ft military unit. Drilling un- der capable "Instructors will bo Inaugu- rated, compulsory for '.first and sec- ond year students, and Optional for others. Efforts will be made, how- ever, to lure the others Into but Principal Reynolds anticipates no trouble on tills score. "Many of tho boys have told, mo, he says, "that they win- take advaii: tage of the training to bo afforded at tho college, and will enlist next spring, whether the nation needs more nieu or not, provided the wJr still is in progress." DARKEN GRAY HAIR, Wafl Street, which he loathes, and away from the Investors, whom he de- spises. to put them into the pockets LOOK YOUNG, PRETTY I o[ NeDraska farmers. We have ac- complished be consider- Sige Tea and Sulphur Darkens So Naturally that No- body can tell. eel the imnossible by lifting ourselves with our boot straps. We .make the 1 and we pay ourselves for them. That can ohly-be-done because we Almost evervone tao-s that Sage [live in an are-of science, and in an ea and Sulphur, properly compound- age of aeration. ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streak- ed or gray; also ends dandruff, itch- ing scalp and stops falling hair. Tears la this humorous. way Mr. Depew expressed a noteworthy fact about the big while we make the keep the money in this coun- aro the only way to get this mixture. trr_ -ffur. Bryan's Atlanta speech was to .at home, which correctly .reported, he really _ he mussy and troublesome. Nowadays, j the" would be by aiUng at any drug stora for transferred'to Europe. Instead, the "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com-1 remaills _ln this country, and you will get a large bottle of. g Burbpe to thatralue. We this famous old recipe lor about the S500.000.000, though we have i tw HI wn nno'lent it, and at the end of five years Don't star gray! Try it! ,r-p one, anrt firRat Brluin wW havB gray hair disappears, and after an- other, application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and (lossy- J. D. Hlgittbotbam Co, limited. Pasteurized and Carefully Handled HIE Crystal Dairy Co PHONE 1S76. SPECIAL NOTICE To The Members of 39th Battery On and after October 25th, 3Tery member of the above battery will be welcome at my studio, to sit for a high clasa any style. ABSOLUTELY FREE Don't fill to take advantage of till A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLAM PORTRAITURE Studio 9M Third Next to Baptiit Church to those countries. There are some things about bank- ing and finance that Bryan never has understood. And ne is usually, sus- picious .about what he does not un- derstand. Depew turned the point on i Bryan in a capital way, when he said i tie loan would take money from Wall Street andJhand it over to Nebraska farmers. .But fairness requires that Bryan re- ceive credit-for. expounding the quan- titative theory of money in his free silver campaigns. The trouble was ;Uiat ,he wished .by government fiat to j make a little over 50 cents' worth of I sflvBr as valuable as a gold dollar. The quantitative theory of money has Ibeen advanced recently in support of the method of stabilizing foreign ex- change by means of the big loan, ra- ;'ther than by-shipping gold from Eu- irope to tie United States. If too 'jnuch gold were imported; it-way con- tended that-the effect would be a re- duction in money value; or, to put it another way, an increase in prices. .The .man who received wages of a day, If there "were a plethora of mon- ey, could -riot buy as much for and hence a-big importation of gold might, in effect, lower wages because it would reduce the -buying power of a dollaf.. Tie weakness in Bryan's presenta- tion of "the quantitative theory ot money was that he was depending up- on legislation, or fiat, to make'- cheap money as good as Led- ger. BRIAND NEW PREMIER Paris, Oct. Poincare today received the formal "collective resignation of. the entire Vivian! ministry, giving official form to the deci- Cabinet-ycstsrduT to retire.' .The President re- quested Arlstride Briand to form a new Cabinet 4 Greeting Cards Made in Canada Our Designs this Year are tasty works of the Engravers'Art. Call and look them over. The Lethbridge Herald WEEK-END SPECIALS We hfi-ve again, this week a choice selection of (r Beef, Mutton, Chicken and Fowl Also a limited quantity of New Laid-Eggs. at, per dozen 40C Independent Meat Market _l __ L-.L_ Bunisip B? 405 FIFTH STREET. PHONE 635 The NORTH MARKET Open Under New Management lull Line of Meats and Feed. W. Manager. advise you to buy your Potatoes now for the -winter. They are cheaper now than -get them again. 100 Ibs1... .1 3V (In larger lots .-we will be glad to quote you special prices. .100 pound lots CARROTS, BEETS and TURNIPS; per 100 Ibs.. ONIONS; dry, clean stock; 15 pounde B. C. CELERY 2 pounds., for CUCUMBERS Large size LETTUCE Per pound CRANBERRIES" Cape Cod; pound HONEY IN COMB Price ___... ONTARIO PURE 214 pound tins Special price CURRANTS.; finest cleaned; 2-.Ibs for RAISINS 2 packages'for SHELLED WALNUTS ALMONDS Per pound........... PEELS; mixed Per pound EXTRACTS Per bottlo B. C. SUGAR In I 20 Ib. sack, Saturday 85c 25c 15c 20c 30o 15c 30c 50c 25c 25c rs AND 50c 25c 20c APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS. WEEK-END SPECIALS Saturday Night Party (Hallowe'en) GRAPES; Red Em- 2 libs, for POPPING CORN 2 pounds for PEANUTS Fresh -roasted 'CANDY; made, Creams, pound.. CHOCOLATES Per pound DATES ANDiAPPLES- GRAPE JUICE -Per bottle -PUMPKIN Per PUMPKIN 2 cans for .Something Special in APPLES; We made for a large lot of Ultra Fancy Jona- than Applet, ..colored.' This apple Is very .eat- In; or cooking. A A Only, per box .....9 I {The regular price on ap- ples IB ,-r Car Montana Applei, Fancy stock; per box Last car Ontario Qrapwf in Concords, Niagara ind Red Ilodgers. 25c 20c 25c 40c 25c 3c 25c H. A. McKILLQP PHONES and 416. NEXT HBRAlfc OPrCI Untlcr (he Auspices of Ladles of SU -Patrick's Church Will Be Hold In October .3Qthf at Tea and Ice Cream will be served during- Afternoon Evening. Candy and Flower Bootli in .oonjunctipn. All Proceeds go to Patriotic Fund Dressed Spring Chickens. Fruit, Pickles, 'Cakes, Pies. Home'Made Bread. CLASH DEESK The Pas, Jtfan Oct. is learned .that the unnamed priests murdered by the Baker Lake Eskimos were'sent in as missionaries. How they came to their death remains un- told. The two prospectors were fol- lowing a gold lode 'vein northwards from Baker. Lake and it is thought they ran into the Eskimo tribe, who lelioving they were mounted police come-to arrest two. of. their number inspected of killing the American Explorers Radford and Street, itnme-1 diately sptared them. One of the prospectois is called Coldwtf 1 and the other's name was not learned. The triho is situated about 200 miles in- land from Baker Lake, where Inspec- tor Beyts, Sergt.-Major Cochan, Cor- poral Conway and two constables of the R.N W.M P had pitched their tents in preparation for a winter's work The police understand they will be killed i! they venture inland, but Beyta tolj Captain Lockhart be was- ordered to see the man k.Uing Es- kimo and tuat fie proposed to do so peacefully if it cduid be done, but see them he would despite the threats raade against him. The Eskimo tribe holds the same location as it held-at the time of the American's death and reports say they are determined not to be driven from their quar- ters by the fear of police It is helieved that a clash between the Eikimos and the police is'sure to take iflace lrlf 'Inspector Beyta at- tempts to niter their district. Tho peaceful Eskimos mhabitatiug the shores 'oi- Chesterfield inlet have told the police "of the dangers to be met with on a journey northward and they are helping in every way. to make the work easier for the police. Sot one of them, bowever, will vol- unteer to accompany the police on the trip, and they prophecy sure death-for the-.little .band of mounted men. Tepaluc, the guide who was with Kadiord and Street told Captain Lockhart that Street put up a great struggle for his life and with his body :iiill of spea'r holes he lived from noon till sundown when an Eskimo squaw- came out and cut his throat and pushed his body over a cliff. Tepaluo his life, by marrying one of the fwomeh 'of the tribe: and eventually made his escape to the hay coast, lie refused point blank to serve as guide for Inspector .Beyts. :The, prleits beiong to the OHate Ordar, and Jt practically certain tbey'.were Turquetil and Rev. Father LeBlanc Both are known at the headquarters of the Ob- in Winnipeg. SMITH McKAY (LATE EMPLOYEES OF EJELANYS LTD.) PUBLIC MARKET OU.R MEATS HAVE THAT FINE, DELICIOUS FLAVOR WHICH HAS NOT THE DISADVANTAGE OF BEING IMPAIRED OR AFFECTED BY.'COLD STORAQE. WE WILL HAVE TOMORROW FRESHLY MUT- TON, PORK- AND CHICKENS. ALSO A CONSIGNMENT. OF SELECTED FRESH FISH; SAt'MON, COD AND SHRIMPS. SMITH McKAY Phone 1060. SPECIAL VALUE IN... TRIMMED HATS SATURDAY FROM tO LETHBRIDGE MlLLltiERY CO. MISS L A. SCOTT, Mgr. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN Folding vestibules for automobile doors have been 'invented to protect persons entering or leaving them from rain. conducted lor several years in Cuba have shown that sea Island cotton can be grown there suc- cessfully. California has 110 rewrvoiis lot hydro-electric purposes with a stor- age capacity of gal- lons .of -.water. To combat th; rottnn boll weevil a Miulimppian has invented a device which, suspended from a shoul- the insect1; from cotton into a lecepUcle holdinf oil CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VERY LOW HOUND TEIP FARES PROM TO CALQARY, EDMONTON, flpMt 'Britain KOOTENAY LDO. AND EAST IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANSATLANTIC M. LINIi Tickets on sale J'rom Noveraber-15th to De- cember 31st, 1915, arid good for five mouths. THBOUClH STANDARD AND TOURIST inrormation all Caiadlmii JUilwiy tyllcfi 8. fc.'MITCHILL, i R. OAWMW-- ;