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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1016 ItBrh pmns FACTORY TO HOME" TWENTY eiUNCH STORES HEAD OPTICE FACTORIES, TORONTO The Mason Risch Piano is a Wonderful Instrument THE WORTHY RESULT OF HALF A CENTURY OF SCIENTIFIC PIANO MAKING. IT IS AN ARTISTIC TRIUMPH, POSSESSING EVERY RE- QUIREMENT OF THE PERFECT INSTRUMENT- BEAUTY OF TONE, GRACEFUL DESIGNING, FAULTLESS CONSTRUCTION. IT TAKES BUT LITTLE CASH TO GET ONE; THE PRIVILEGE OF EXTENDED PAYMENT WILL BE CHEERFULLY GRANTED. MASON RISCH LIMITED 3TM ST. SOUTH, BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDCE MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description nindp to order (jet our print's and EEE OUH WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works WL ELECT CONTINUED FIIOU Tnow The Capital News' position is lion Its conclusions lhat tho re 8_ on of President Wilson would m r, mt after tho close of tho tl] this country would again exp, enco tho same Industrial stagnant; nd business depression, lack of o: loymont and low prices for Arasrl an farmers that existed durlni! Ills dminlstratlon prior to tho European ar. Great Crowds Greet Teddy ChleaEO. Oct. Theodore Hoosovcit. billed to lire the last of the Ic guns in Ihe Republican nalional nmpalgn In nhicapo In two speeches oday, wns greeted by a huge crowd wl'en he arrived this afternoon. He was cheered continuously on his way ronl the station to Ills hotel. Despite efforts of 700 patrolmen the rowds surged into the streets in such masses that the colonel's driver re- peatedly had lo slop his machine un- II the road was cleared. On Madison street, slrcel found it almost im- possible to move and vehicular traffic, other than that of the Roosevelt larty, was held up. Benson Would Keep Wheat Mangum, Okla., Ocl. L. Benson, socialisl nominee for the pre- sidency, told an audience here that if ic we're president he would use tho irmv and navy to block American port's to prevent the further exporla- ion ot wheat. "We produced only bush els of wheat this he said, "while we need 600.000.000 bushels, and 400, 000 000 bushels of this year's crop has already been sold by exporters." PAGE FIVE pie of Mexico. tion, has stuck tc diplomacy, Hughes In" all of (From Our Own Correstiondcnt) Haymond, Oct. 30. Threshing Is progressing very favorably now throughout this district. There are about thirty outfits operating .and an- other two weeks of fine weatlier will seo the crop practically cleaned uy. A fnlr estimate of the amount now would be fifty iier There Is still a steady demand for men, several machines reporting short crows. The yields are running all the from thirty to forty-five bushels to the acre. Preparations for next year are regrettably lacking. The far- mer's chief aim now IK to get this big crop threshed first, apparently. Of course, there still may be some ploughing done this fall before the ground freezes up. The funeral of Mrs. N. b. Atwood, who died Friday morning at an early lillglies, 111 all OI Nllu UIULI ruuii.v iiii'.i.infs _- (jues- hour, was held in Ihe first ward cha- in's statements on t dollar! pel yesterday afternoon, Bishop J. G. i rather for thc'Allrcd officiating. The service was Crests' from the I well attended by sympathizing friends 'Interests of the "Xj'norlcan poo- was very The ran- standpoint of what tho' want waB furnished by the ward choir, pie and Mexican oti interment was made in the public The above is the i vlsl ot the cemetery. Francis J. McConnell. K Re. The late Mrs. Atwood was the wife few vears of Nephi L. Atwood, sheep foreman Ms tcrrl'-'for Raymond Knight. Ho was with the herds on the Little Bow river nl( when his wife passed away. The d Methodist and if publican, who for the lasl has had Mexico as part ot lory, and who was in Me when Ihe Huerta revolution ticket n as vesterdav by P. C. Harper of Seattle. is to just Republican state chairman, in advices to County Chairman Charles Bebberd. "Wo are receiving more favorable with reference to the nntiona reports wiLn i t ticket than we have had since the lie- pinning of the said Mi- Will Support Hughes Haskell, N. J., Oct. are 40.000 voters engaged in powder- making in New Jersey, who will vote iU GiHU..... STOP DUFF 111 Flaming posters on billboards in the city this morning announced the fact that the lumber camps and saw mills J; in British Columbia are short of power.. A visit to the employment I "1.11 is i agencies in the city developed the fact I world that that Southern Alberta has none to j out 01. spare The labor situation throughout "nrm the west just at the present moment is none too bright, according to these posters calling for lumberjacks and sawmill hands state that there is a shortage in the camps about Elko and Cranbrook. and wages running from to per day will be paid for the winter season. So serious is the shortage of men or threshing gangs in Southern Al- berta that one Barons farmer in glv- ng an order for bundle teamsters this morning said he would pay ?4.50 per day if necessary. The average wage s about four dollars a day, setting a new high mark for threshing wages I look for a victory own the 1 no own ineiini.. W. son at Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 26 of a strenuous visit to C.n almost solidly for Hushes, according right I to James Lynch, manager of the d Pont factory at Haskell, N. J., who ,s directing the Hughes campaign among the 3500 employees under him. T dicate ,low the n0wder- of a srenuou innati to discuss the region ot the ma JTS Mr- Lych lllill piOIUJlHUll, jiii. ujin.ii in.l. p I emslieT. Hughes campaign now be-1 where cattle and 'ted vigorously by the du-i handled .and be A pure, Cream of Tartar Baking Powder Made in Canada Sixty Years the Standard Contains No Alum Perfectly leavens and makes the food more delicious and wholesome. THE SHOOTING of DAN McGREW By Robert W. Service. Service's Greatest Poem to be seen in a Piclurized Form Edmund Breese. the powerful dra- matic actor, whose gripping charac- ter portrayals liave delighted audi- ences all over the world, will be seen in the stellar role of Robert W. Ser- vice's greatest poem, "The Shooting of Dan McG-rew." Mr. Breesn makes the most of the big situations, which production is as big, as the poem HAIR STOPS FALLING OUT AND GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL n Southern Alberta. .One hundred men are wanted immediately for threshing outfits in the district. The situation in the mines is not improving to any great extent. The cold weather is bringing a few miners in from the threshing crews, but. there isn't a mine in the district that wouldn't be glad to practically double up its present working force. Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a "Danderine hair cleanse. Just try a cloth with.a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in Just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Dauderine dissolves .every particle ot dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invig- orates the scalp, forever stopping itch- ing and falling hair. Bill what yill please you most will he after a few weeks' use when you will actually see new and downy at really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for preety, soft hair and lots of it surely get a 25-cent bottle of Knowltpn's Danderine 'from any drug- gist or toilet counter, and just try it. Calgary, Seattle, Vancouver and the peared the following "The president being without news: paper representation in a territory served by the Binghamton dailies, his and then suddenlj served uj" tne BIIH-C friends propose to print the best edi- the other end of it. Yic scare us also for I cannot conceive of. a con- oi-ner markets of the west. flasration starling at the end of one has been a very heavy run 16 ellu UL ullt: mere nas UEell it l uu y stopping at Ot eattle through the yards lately, in- ler enii 01 it. y.ctor Murdock's' eluding a number of shipments from in Kansas will certainly have the rust-stricken districts of Manitoba Renublican-Heram anu i-ress sas l louuu a list of 600 men, all Re-1 their stock to liquidate their current aihr and in the Johnson City Endi-1 publicans, who had signed statements debts. ottHecord and Elmira Telegram that they were going to .vote for the president." __ "We do not propose to play ut we believe that it is only fair and I easonable that the president should; aye' representation in this part of he F. Johnson." Thirteen full page "ads" will appear l each of the daily papers. It was stimated that the campaign would ost Mr. Johnson .f Bishop Out for Wllion (From Our Own ChampW Alta., Oct. 30.-For the present the elevators have refused to accept wheat, as they are filled to capacity, there has teen a great deal shipped from hero. Carl Johnson of Long Coulee, has threshed 9600 bushels of the best, wheat yet seen in this section, George Orr, the local Chevrolet ag- ent, reports business brisk. During the past week-end three cars have been taken, the new owners being J. Schrum, J. Ashmere and S. K. Martin. Mrs. Winnie Blackley has purchased a new Overland. p Walsh and D. 0. David, of Slave- y, spent Saturday in town, motoring rack in the evening Glen Clever of the Calgary Collegi- ate, spent the week-end In; town. When Bilious', Headachy, Sick, for Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad Colds. Get a 10-cent box. Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and you will surely feel great by morning. You men and women who have head- ache. coated tongue, a bad cold, are bilious, neivous, upset, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. Are you keeping your bowels clean or merely forcing a passageway every few. days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Caicarets immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour undigested and fermenting food and foul gaces; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated e wattle malter and poison from bowels. the ow. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will itraighten you out by morning. A 10- cent box from your druggist means healthy bowel action; a clear head and cheerfulness for months. Don't forget Advertisement The 211th Battalion, American Le- And it seemed to say, "Repay, repay' eion, is putting on a special recruit- There ore many different kinds of Denver, Oct. the sample of this superior flour. j f u lm at las' maL p. le" and Montana rank to gethcr as the best portions of North America .this says W. W Chee H- formerly editor Of the Morning Al be'rtan, but'no.w director of a new.- syndicate with-headquarters at Grea Falls and Butte. Mr. Cheely has been in Calgary for a few days as n witness In the famous Buck trial, and was in Lethbridgo this morning on .us way to the border state. Mr. Cheely is very enthusiastic regarding the future pos slbilities of the state and provinci mentioned. Montana this year Is pro ducing about -the same amount o wheat as Alberta, but It is his opin ion that If the present rate of progres continues the two areas between them will produce well over the bushel mark In the next ten years This year thoy have produced abou one-seventh of the North American supply. Mr. Cheely states that the minera output of Montana this year will b worth J150.000.000. He still believes that an oil fluid will bo found in Alberta. HOW GOOD FLOUR IS MILLED The Neeeuity of Careful Selection room and flops down there like a fool. In a buckskin shirt that was glazed with dirt he sat, and I saw him sway; Then he clutched the keys with talon God, bul that man could play! Were you ever out in the Great Alone, when the moon was awful clear. And the icy mountains hemmed you in with a alienee you could most hear; With only the howl of a timber wolf, and you camped there in the cold, A half-dead thing in a stark, dead world, clean mad for Ihe muck called gold; While high overhead, grsen, yellow and red. the North Lights swept in Then you've a hunch what the music meant, hunger and night and the stars. And the hunger not of the belly kind. that's banished with bacon and beans; But the gnawing hunger of lonely men for a home and ail that it means; For a fireside far from the cares that are, four walls and a roof above; But Oh! so eramful of cosy joy, aul crowned with a woman's love; A woman dearer than all the world, and true as heaven is (God! how ghastly she looks through her lady that's known fifty below, and into the din and the" glare, There stumbled a miner fresh from the creeks, dog dirty, and loaded for bear. He looked like a man with a foot in the grave and scarcely the strength of a louse. Yet he tilted a poke of dust on the bar, and he calls for drinks for the house. There was none could place the stran- ger's lace, though we searched ourselves for a clue; But we drank his health, and the last to drink was Dangerous Dau Me- Grew. There's men that somehow just grip your eyes and hold them hard like listen I Cold attacks the lungs, and the breathing pass-j To cure it you need to get at these organs direct. Ordinary cough mixtures and syrupj do not touch the lungs, ?o direct to your stomach, which is not aiiinj.. Peps, on the contrary, go direct ia the of the trouble. Peps are tablets containing essences and medicinal ingredients M prepared that when placed upon Ihe tongue they immediately turn into vapor, and art reathed down the inflamed air passages o the lungs, direct. Peps insdiciive takes the form of healing apor, and cures colds, coughs, bronchitis nd lung1 troubles, just as h'ving in Pine woods anil breathing Pine-laden air pre- ents consumption and cures chest weak- ness. Tightness across the chest, pain be- ween the shoulders, hacking cough, acre hroat, asthma and bronchitis are tic ailments wliich, in particular, hav leen designed to cure. Peps will 1001 end your bad cold. Testimonials for Peps have been given by members of the Canadian Parliament doctors, lawyers, eminent Clnadiar musicians; all going prove that Pep bave been found a cure tor throat anc chest trouble, often when olhc remedies had entirely failed. FREE onl nhi ele, and null II, wilhlcsljmp (forts torn posliiff) to Ftps Co., DttFont SI Toronto, tat we will etui rou a (re trill piciatc ot PfH. Alldrureiil tozor3 to Then on a1 sudden the music changed, so soft thatVyou scarce could hear; But you felt tlmt your life tooled clean, of all that it .onou held dear; That someone had stolen the woman you loved; that her love was B devil's lie; That your guts were gone, and the best for you was to crawl away and die. 'Twas the crowning cry of a heart s despair and it thrilled you through and "I guess I'll'make it a spread misera, said Dangerous Dan. JMcGrew'. The music almost died away then it burst like a pent-up' flood; sample OL suyunui ue se milled from the .the finest, 0{ fattest wheat berries grown, by the j jn the most modern milling methods known to science. Because of its purity and uniformity, and the fact that it bakes such big, wholesome, creamy-white loaves it has come to he the most popular flour in the west. Hundreds of housewives for these reasons would order no other flour from thoir It was heard here on when it came down ijor way of his wandering gaze, THE G. I. A. TO THE BROTH ERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Are Holding an Ori Thurs., Nov. 2nd IN .THE K. P. HALL Anyone wishing invitation! may phone 683. Ladlei and jents will please present Invita- at the door. Gents Extra Lady 50r south Alberta during the next month, and will likely visit .Lethbridge. Sinco the last visit the band strength has been brought up to 35 nieces. Sergt. Hay has his office in the office of the Salberg Grata Co., Hull Block ,and will be 'pleased to meet prospective recruits, 'especially If they are of Am. erican birth, as the battalion is made up largely by hoys from soulh of Ihe line. The 211th is publishing the only battalion paper .in Ihe province now. It is called "The Legion" and is in Ihe hands of an experienced newspap-: t tand" the stranger stumbles across the calm; And, says he, "you dont ut U.D know me, and none of you care a The rag-lime kid was having a. drink; damn; -'-illBut I want to state, and my wo.-ds are straight, and I'll bet my poke they're true. hat one of you is a hound of hell and that one is Dan McGrew." Then I ducked my head, and the lights out, and two guns blazed in the dark; And a woman screamed and the lights went up, and two men lay stiff ind stark; PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Tells How To Open Clogged Nos- trils and End Head-Colds. You feel, fine in a few moments. Your cold in head or catarrh will be gone. ..our clogged will open. The air pasages of your head will clear you can breathe freely. No more e ,ou can er man. It is a bright little sheet and dullness, headache; no hawking, er man. devotes much space to doings of othe battalions. uness, smlfflins, mucous discharges dry- ness; no night.. for breath at your druggist you want a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply, a litlle of this fragrant, antiseptic cream rate let it .penetrate SOUP GURGLE EXPOSES WINNIPEG MAN'S BETRAYER Minneapolis, Oct. Nelson, of Winnipeg, startled patrons of a: in ymir down-town restaurant by jumping up through every air passage of th from his chair, rushing to the front soothe and heal the swollen u of Uie place and dragging Hans ant. relief come. It is 'just what every cold anc catarrh sufferer needs. Don't sta; stuffed up and D. Hig inhotham Co., Ltd., Druggists, Leth bridge, eat soup like he shouted as .he asked a patron to coll the police. Hanson was hold to the grand jury on a grand larceny charge.___ an s Pitched on his head and pumped full "of lead, was Dangerous Dan Grew, While the man from the creeks lay clutched to the breast of the lady that's known as LOU. These are the simple facts of the case ana I guess I ought to know; They say that the stranger was. craz- ed with and I'm not deny- ing it's so, I'm not so wise as the lawyer guys, but strictly between us The woman that kissed him pinched his the' lady that's known as Lou. This picture can only be leen at the Impress theatre tomorrow and nWt day. No advance In pricei. TIM vantage of this oSfsr. TE AVgood tea ;