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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ;PAGE EIGHT TUB WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKH 31. 1917 Butts Up The Whole Sjstem Thwc who Uke for (he'Crst ate'often astouishc'--! al U KDE :I01S 351 Have 7-1 for Total KegUlralion iu Province Is 'Now Mlcr alla-tr. They miy taking specific disease, as Constipation, I'hronia -Headaches .-or KiJncy gr UhtMcr Trouble, Hlim- niatismor Pain, fn the Back. And ihty fiiulwlieti "Fnui-a-tires" lias curcU ILc disease, Ihil they feel better iuJ stronger in erery way. Tins is clue to 11] o tonic of thcsa fimotis tablets, iiij.dc frum fruit juices, 50c. a box, G for trial size, LVxr. mas IH THE on -i Chicago, Oci. ft> tout wane iuiToaee ivlll be- eubiaiUed lo ilie railriiaJ.'i ui iLio United Stales by ihe members of the Switchman's I'nion uf Xortli .America LS z result of acilun latcn i by a special conimiLiee at today's Llag whirli catleil here today, i The AGsujEim Lav: enacted iii.-lEUG avert a ilireaicnorf scrikc the. daily hours of labor ol awjtcliincii ten lo eisbt but ijot ibeir wij !ux a total registr.Hion to tilaiG of Iu l.vihbridgo- ibc per jceuiage Ss reporting for service. A deal o[ is EOliiff on among the men who linvo resis- itnil aiiu luve received their notices I lo apiMMr before ihe Lribmial. The .notice, vifcU-h Is sUaeJ by Ke-isirar Carsnn. suted lime "personal ap- pearance lieforo ilic (rihimal is per- luicieJ bu; Is nor rtrojuuicnJ The iioticL- urges All men v.'lto have r-E.dc aju'licntioii for erciupKon to elMr tbeir reasons In wrliluf for Ike lonsiJerailoa ,ot the ,exemption Irl JSOO Repcrt For .Service. Ocl. to noon to- i Jay. rcparls for service and' claim? 'ot exemption bad. bee rt-eiveil by offke, .1 5 'csiimated'ihcrc are about j to be reieivud. s Don'f Eat Less-But Eat Better. There is no need of anyone going hungry. Canadians should eat foods tlmt supply the greatest amount of nutriment at the lowest cost. The whole wheat grain is the most per- fect food given to man. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the whole wheat grain prepared in a digestible form. Every particle of the whole wheat berry is nothing wasted, nothing thrown away. Two or three of these biscuits with milk, sliced peaches or other fruits make a nourishing, satisfying rnenl-at a cost of only a few cents. Made in" Canada. Bank Clearings for Month Smash Previous Records In 01 all previous monthly dlstflcl records by l.clhbr banX Tor (ho uioulb eu toJay cliuibeU au crease of or 5? over llie liguros for. Ibe October a year ago. LetlibrlJgo thle nioiilli Jiilo ihc '.000.000 class for Ibe fitsit time sluue ihe clearing house was Tho previous high loial was 111 November, 191H, when i readied. Kvery week mouth hae seen the clearlnBii over the UiUUcm mark, (be highest week beluft During the month there were inblng days so that ;bi' dally clearings wore almoaT a iiuurU-r o( a niilltOD Uoliarp. The heavy ajoveaient of wlipjt uc- couuts for nmcli' of tbe hu'rease as the average dallyanovemctil htis been CoulrJtule lo the eeuera] ;y which, ia reMccled Iu the I batik anil nbkLh hds drawn the pyes ol to l.ethbrldso and Souih'crn Alton-tit. On. uildiilglit ihe rniiooal goes dry. Among tlm c-siabtfslv.ncnli guluj: out of Ims- Sntss Loilay, under Iho irnns of the Slicjipanl I'rohlbUion Law, are several which served during a historic oxlst- (nre of mori'. ih'.-.n half a century. HS familiar itbi'cs fur political figures of _ is iilaiwlng H fnrewcu mid ihc usual carnlva? elo brut fun over 'J 00.0 00 bushels worth ,000 scenes probably win be eu acted as tho froru this-railway division: and closing hour much of this money Is handled through local grata commission bouses. Tbe coal movement Is also heavy, auJ results in a deary pay ALCOHOLIC MEDICINES Port Arthur, OuL, Ocl. Greek candy kitchen iutn were fined "Seal Brand" means a certain, definite blend of high-grade coffee uniform in quality and always delicious. Don't take any always insist on having "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. la tfi arj 2 pound tins. fiuo ground for Never aoM iu bulk. CHASE SANOORN. MONTREAL roll. The livestock movement Is! ami cosis each for selling Dr. alto the heaviest In die h (story of Ki I bo urn's nieJIratod medicine fouud Southeru Alberta." l.anil sales were TO contain a hlgli percentage of alco- Knil Edwards Got i Week to Slarl Trouble Here 1 Xen- Vork, Oct. Kai'l Von -ilife't Edwards; on trial cii a charge of Irir- ours MnK in "Jr-'Volry anil ITI money Iroa TTrs. Minni'j K. or BuTfalo. testififd toJay ibai he had been.plferpil 51.000 n 10 ,t undertake a 'mission of stride CHAD in ihU country nnd Canada j in betialf or the German government. SAiiiia. 27 yeaw 7be man who made tbe offer, he de- wis lakcii vtT biJ, wy blood, loo, was to him Cnrl bad share- I got sa I had (q go to Hannetuan. who rras described KS sec- DM and 1 thpre lor oTrrLhrreDiontiL0, could not eat aud untold 1 had three or the best doctors 1 could get tot LI just nothing was going to me. I had alrao5t- given li Maggie ThOflipFon niom- ins received word, that'her son, J'lc. I Tliaiiipson. Hho enlisted iriib !lu Houtlieni Alberta Mounted rcsl- ineiiL liad been hilled acllon in France on October 'lil. Pie. Thomp- son was just-1? .rears of at Ihe ilute be paid the supreme sacrifice. t His molflcr and a sister reside here. I Another' sister lives In Calgary. -A broiher'is with the forces ic France and still ,anbther brother has been, reported missing for over a year. liought I would never be any belle ami wna billing iq give up and die mthcf than BuUer as 1 waf- A neighbor rf told me of Dr. Pierces wonderful 1 decided (o use ihcra, M: bought me fis bottles of 'Favorite ___- I tad cot latcn it long unlil I beUcr. In thin sir wects I Kaff out of bed, sad in less tfrsn S.T mpnthj iTTiscurrJaotlljaTtbcea Tvcll rirce. Do all my own worV. J hayeraLted Uir retnry lo Count Von Herosiorff. Von Oct. Evening Edwards said Mrs. EtraugLiiann intro- duced Hanneniaan lo him in a hotel In Uiis city. Von Etlvards declared tbat he spurned Ibe offer on several occasions, but thai later ho accepted '52.003 In (his city -n-hic ivas-tiald 1 Ira IQ-B hotel in Euflilo, cbilarrn. Tbcj hiVc iiscd it ana Ihej' arc healthy, so arr; ifccir children- I mn Euro it was nil jictounlr' of mj hnvibg them use the medicine. keep all of Dr. Piece's mcdicinea in the house, litvu J Favorite Discovery' prepared by Dr. Pierce U good. I alsi have a.ccpy of Ihc People's Common Sense, Medicai phich. 1 hive hail 25 years; it has been very vjuaLle lo J. WAI, 2320nlarioSl.rSainiaJ Ont. If you are a sufferer, if your daughter, molher, ftsicr need belp, pet Dr. Favorite Prescriplion in liquM or (alilet form [rom any mcdidnc to-day. TLea aJdres Dr. Pierce, InvoL-dj' JJoIeJ, Buffalo, N. Y-, nod get confidential medi- cal iirlvice cntirdj A roost valuable in any honm a Dr. Piercc's Camrnon iJcr-sc AdvUcr. A splendid iGOS-pnge volume. With roErarings fliid cobrcil A Copy mil he scnl lo anyone sending fifty Ccjjtj in lo piy Ibc cost of wrap- ping and mailbg o.-Jy, lo Dr. .Pierce, Dr. Pierw's Pleasant Felicia onaib.'J little livfr pllla. Urai up ly 50 ycari Seattle, Wash., Oct. Unless the Canadian government the of the Pacific Coast Hockey profp-ssional hockey will bo the Northwest tbis year and four cities made up lie league last Portland, Spokane, Vancouver and .Seattle all have learns in the race. CHANGE MADE IN G. T, P. OFFICIATE Winnipeg, Oct. announce- ment was made today II. McCall, snporintonilent al of.Ihc Grand Trunk Pacific, has been Kiven Ihe appointment K-irair; z hp "Tllan laSJect lo reservs M; Jiir.aerv' 1 hay loader, nearly, new! 2 sulky plavrx; 1 Bang plow. 2 wlth'tarta; 1 VJin.Dniilt drill; I Lxwrlng drill; other articles numerous to mentfonV ftlso oiler ISO of pure whllclcad and oil palm ;5 EQllon cans. per. gallon. Is much cheaper than you fata lay will 'aho offer, vrllh-reservo rrke, lAmbs In loU.of Wv'sAtttEGlVji'AT'T'wELVE.bpLOCK NOON 8 HA IP -LUNCH SERVED Houston, Teias, Ocl. thousand .workers in Ihe Gn'.T Ccaz Oil rields.ivill sirike bejinnlng at m! night tonight and continuing na cac shift thereafter concludes its work according to TV- A_ Campbell, chat man of the grievance commitlee, an Ed. Conmnsbam, president of th Texas o[ Labor loday. Birlin, Ocl. Ollic'i] an- nouncement is that Chan- cellor has resigned and that Count Von Mertling, lh! Ba- varian premieiv'fcas been offered thi chancellorship. The an- nouncement says Count Von.Hert- Hng 'c now negotiating with the leaders of the relchtlag parlies. The foregoing gives official conformation to yesterday1! press reports from Amsterdam and Copenhagen of these changes. SERIOUS CHARGE nalgarj-, Ocl. 20. Charged wir. llaving attempted to murder N. Kus "yJr by plunging a dagger into hi boily In a shack near Ualroy, 'C. Pierceflelil was arraigned hcfore Jlu Istratc Davidson In jjullco court lh morning. PlercefiftW'a head Tv swathed In bandages as a result of Rghl wblrh IB saM lo tiavc follois' his alleged allack on H pleaded not guilty lo ti format charg of attcmnlcd murder anil was .lie! for trial. SAVE OH STREET' LIGHT Toronto, Ocl. The civic prop crly committee recognizing Ih6 dlr cultlcfi confronting the liydro-oleclr! comtnlsilon wllli the present sliorlae, of power, yesterday passed n 'rcnolu tlon rccnminendlng lhat every oth llglit In Toronto's mltlonllal p.lrcc tre crisis I: p-sl. JJ c- LABORITE3 ENDORSE LAUHIER Prince Ilupcrl. D. Oct. 31, largely attended labor convention representing all holders of.unton cafda held evening and patscd a re- nlatfon unanlmonuly cndorflfng jv iho policy ol Sir Wilfrid-Laur- ler. -f