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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta Light and Airy, As if Baked by 'Bread'from Taylor Made Time Extended One Day-Good Until tomorrow Night SPECIAL PRICE ON CRAWFORD; PEACH E SPECIAL PRICE ON BARTLETT PEARS Per case (In Standard Cases, THE GOOD CO, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 10 ALMA Developing and Printing Films left before 4 p.m. are developed and the desired print, made by 4 p.m. the following d THE KENNY ALLIN CO Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1W- SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. give you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRiDGE OFFICE.-' SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. Washington Preparation of the Post Office Department to let a con- tract for mail delivery in Alaska by aeroplane was announced in the House today by' Representative Murray Hill- liert'of New York, who inserted in the record figures relating to the pioneer aerial mail route. Delivery of mail by aeroplane, according to. Mr. Hulbert. will be made between Seward anil' Nome with Mitarod as a distributing; centre, for interior deliveries by dog- sled routes. Quicker deliveries will be possible throughout A.ssUa, he because of aeroplane transporta- "The said Mr. Hulbert today, "has received a bid from Earl L Bvers for leroplane delivery at 500 "a year. This calls for deli enes twice a week ill the vear and i weight limit of 1SOO Kis- Inauguration ot I the first aeroplane delherj route will I soon be announced by the depart- Mr Hulbert explained that his in terest in tin mail route is in spirit with the intere t of his district in aeronautic development MARKETS WHERE TO GO FOB Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 782 t UNEARTH MUMMY OF CAT: Embalmed by Nature, It is Perfectly __ Preserved Princeton. N. naturally em- halmed.tody of a. cat was discovered by workmen excavating under the real estate otfice 01 O H. Hsbbard at 38 "Nassau streeL The: mummy is between gray ami The-body is splendidly pre- served, head, -km, lungs and legs be Ins almost intact. The nose and eye sockets, with remains of the eyes, are finely kept, and the rather long tail extends as straight from the body as a shooting arrow. The cat is all there except the fur No ancient sareo phagus bears the form in winding sheet, and-there is-no-evidence of the art-of cat--preservation practiced by the'Egyptians: TWO KINDS OF WATER FROM ONE KIND OF WELL Ordinary Water and Brine Are Pump- ed From One Well In Florida The geologists ol the United States, Geological Survey have lately discov- ered a well at Welaka, on the St. Winnipeg, Man Sept 12-The local wheat- market closed loner tor October, down for December lower for Mai Oats dropped, 1C in October and H4c in December was unchanged Minneapolis wheat was donn for September option lower for December option and lower for Mav option Winnipeg flax dropped V-c. in her, %c and %r in De cember. Today sav a verj active market with only a fair trade The local croud were on'the bear side but lacked con fidence to press barn and the trades were all in small amounts The news [received was bearish Balkan re ports favor the allies crop Jiews is I better and the big break irt Liverpool was reflected in the- local market The 'stubborn Minneapolis jnarkef a check-to' the local trade but had to I follow toward the close Most of the trade was proiesstonal in character scalping" was, tried bj the bears when they saw a proQt there was little oi.t side interest no export trade Oak were unchanged with better demand A Charming Complexiori WITHOUT ARTIFICIALITY To acquire a delightful com- plexion, you must avoid doubt- ful preparations which harm the skin. Keep the skin healthy and rosy by using. Nyal's Massage Cream It is not a'beautlfier in but by rolling through the pores it brings out the clogged waste matter and'-allbws the skin to This natural pore- breathing brings a ruddy, healthy glow to the face. There is ho'icomplexion like a natural one. i Price 35c Jar Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 655. Unsightly Tan The tan, so becoming in the hot su'ninier months, remains In unsightly patches when the cool- er days of fall arrive. ARBJJTTJS PEKOXIDE 'CKEAM il That many drafts from the 13th O. M. R., which went across some months ago, are now in the trenches, many of them with the Princess Pats, is the information contained in a letter received In the city from Holmes Jowett, for- merly president of the Trades and Labor Council. Among the last dfaft was the platoon of Japs re- cruited-in this district. The boys are all looking fit and well. I V It is not a matter of luck Good Bread is the result of using Good Flour and of skilful baking. Good Flour is Esiential, and Baking Eatier OUR BEST is EXCEPTION- ALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co Oats- TUver, Tlond'a, that" contains j Dec. two kinds of- water It is 309 feet] .Flax- deep- It was first drilled to a depth of j'Gct. 60 from which depth ordinary sulphur water was obtained. The drill FUTURES Winnipeg ,001. Dec. May 48 188 Minneapolis Wheat Chicago Wheat Will bleach out-'thess pal leaving the skin white smooth. and 50c a jar. J. D. Higiobotham Co "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Wholesale anS retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 ShacEleton Men Had Penguin for Variety in Stay oh Elephant Island London, Sept. on Elephant island in the Antarctic as it was ex- perienced by the marooned men of Lieutenant Sir Ernest Shackleton's South 'Polar expedition, who were re- cently rescued and taken to Chile, is described in a message received from Punta Arenas anil published in the Daily Chronicle today. 'day says the descrip tiou. "with breakfast, which cinsisted merely of penguin, fried in. blubber, with-a drink of water. The morning's duties consisted in" clearing away snowdrifts and catching penguin Lunch was served at 1 o'clock, consist ing of a :biscuit with raw blubber. The afternoon was occupied with regular QUAKER BREAD HOW MUCH IS A HOUSE- WIFE'S TIME-WORTH? TELL US THAT AND WE WILL TELL YOU HOW MUCH MONEY YOU SAVE BY BAKING YOUR OWN BREAD. IS YOUR TIME WORTH 10c AN HOUR? THEN YOU ARE LOSING MONEY BY BAKING BREAD. QUAKER- BREAD IS ONLY 5c A tOAF DELIVERED FRESH EVERY DAY. exercise over a track 100: yards length. At j o'clock when darkness fell, c-ime dinner consisting of penguin breast and beet Lacking tobacco, the men smoked grass from the pad- ding in their bolts, while the pipes were 'carved from birds' bones and I wood. The members of the party took turnl in raiding aloud from the only available books, namely, the Bible, an encyclopedia, Browning, Bacon's Es- says and Charley's French Revolution. Saturday evening was always marked by a concert, the tea-lure of which was, i banjo playing banjo only 1 musical instrument available. 'On one occasion there was a wel- come addition to the diet when several undigested fish were found in the atomach.of a seal and greatly enjoyed These were the only fish obtained during our stay. In August there was a change in the diet when limpets were gathered and seaweed was avail able as a vegetable. 'We were in the midst of one of these limpet and seaweed luncheb when the rescue boat was sighted. i was the war was the Berlin via London, Sept official Geran report of today shows that as had been reported unofficially, Field Marshal charge of the German and Bulgarian forces which are invading oaslorn Ru- mania The slalement says further NEGRESS FORMER SLAVt, _ 'WILL VOTE IN CHICAGO slavery to franchiae- jrie'nt is the progress made by ons Chicago centenarian. -Mrs. Harriet King, a negress, who served as a slave in the Carolinas and was "freed after the civil war, accom named her granddaughter to the polls recently and registered She will vote jn the coming presidential election Mrs King was not shy about telling her age She explained that her mas tertold her that she was uorn in 1803 She tame here from the south Wo years ago. DEATH SCANDAL STIRS NOTED FRENCH RESORT scandal, arising from the death of two young noblemen from drugs, is stirring the fashionable re- sort of Biarritz and one .arrest has been made A" dispatch from Biarritz staled that the bodies of the victims, Marquis Caca di Montalvo, 31 years old, and meeting in tne uoaienows Prince Pignatell, 20 years old. are to on Monday, Sept loth. All mem be exhumed for an autopsy The mar-' hert are r6quested to attend. 231-i qnts died on July 31, from an overdose of morphia, and the prince died lour' deys later from coctlne poisoning LARGEST RAILWAY SCALE The largest railway .scale in the world has recently been completed at West Albany, NY It Is capable of accoriodating a load of pounds It consists of six weighing ittitruuents each liavinf a capacity of pounds It is i designed for locouotivm oilier hwvy Hoik. _ .153% Winnipeg cash Prices o. 1 Nor. 11% No 2 Nor No. 3 Nor. loOK NO 1-Nor No 6 Nor SUlpUUl went, IT." fn'- was then earned to a depth of 303 j SepC. 'eet, where it opened a vein of that has a strongly disagreeable, salty Sept. taste Jn order to use both kinds of j Dee. water, an inner tubing was run near-jjiay ly to the bottom pi the well. Both that and the outer casing have been con- nected with pumps, so that ordinary -rater and mineral water can be pump- Ko 3 Nor ed at the same time A favorite joke No 5 Nor_ pUyed on visitors is to give them first a dnnk of the weaker water, and then, No 2 c. W if a glass of the Extra jj0 i brine In an investigation of the un- No derground waters of the country, the! stan of the Geological Survey jJ0_ 3 found not more than half a and Feed wells of that kind, bat there Is no rea-j son -svhv the- should not be common !Ko 1 N w c in legions where the waters-in 2 c w upper strpta differ from those that lie I deeper. Warner'Member Here i S Leffmgwell, M U. A., of War- ner is a visitor in the city today. I' 146% 114% 43% Feed No S C W 48% Ko 2 Fead No 4 .48% 47% 186% ,183% BUSINESS LOCALS Henderson, eye specialist at Wright's Jewelry Store for the past seven years left Monday for New to take a special course which will be announced later. While ht is away- the optical business will he In charge of his assistant. .231-1 The Ancient Order of Foresters will hold then1 meeting In the Oddfellows' MONDAYS LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgarj- Steerb s6 50 stockers ?5.75 to 56 00 hogs ?1125, shesp S7.50 to 58 75 16 60 to 40 cows S3.75 to hogs }1060 to sheep to S800 progress has been made in Dobrndja. London Sept whole press is 'condemning the new official method of finding slackers by corralling ot nnanig smelters uy uuiioume ivvednesuay niruufi" wholesale travellers on suburban ment fronl Reglna, the films of Oab- ;LOCAL MARKETS Grain Luestick Prfces DRESSMAKING ANNOUNCEMENT Viaduct Lodge No 68, O. O. P., .will confer the Initiatory Degree Tues- day evening, 12th Oddfel- lows' Hall All meaibers'arr- requested to be present. A. E. Dunlop, jjo.2 Secretary. Wheat Flav D.rley LIVESTOCK PRICES Track prices Wheat .....142H Oats 41V. Flax 170% Barley 74 i i34 68 Choice steers, 65. to 6Vi cows s 160 to 200 Ibs Sheep, "holce killfns 7 cents "The sales ot NobleffleirjCiia" hai e more than trebled during the paut three months Have yoij tried one Vancouver, Sept nights seT-ittinduo of the pro vincial campaign which ends Thurs- day were largelj devoted to desper ate efforts of the parties to Un load the plugging scandal ol Ihe bye election of last February The star performer was R R Oosden, the longshoreman, ulio addressed a crowded house in the Labor Temple them ho In the emnloy of J T Scott, for the Liberals, he baa endeavored to provide good votes to represent 1500 absentees Jn another part of Ihe cily a Liberal speaner re ferred with scorn to the plugging done by the Conservatives In stJI another hall p Consenative candidate asked his audience if anyone was foolish enough to believe that Con servatiyes; would hire pluggers1 to vote for a Liberal candidate P.emier Bowser last evening closed the campaign in Victoria In Vancou yer Hie final meetings will be held on Wednesday ening Sir Charles Hib bert Tupper will be the chief speaker for the Liberals The prohibition cam Balgn is; exceedmglv.Tiot Mayor Me Beath is threatening to sue lor libel the-1 antis" :organtzatlon A BUSY DOCTOR Physician In Odin, Ml., Wore Out 75 Horses and Three Autos Dr John J a physician of has worn out. 75 driving horsea and three automobiles in the 50 years since he began Ihe practice of medicine there He has driven ap proxlmately ,100000 miles over the roads of Jefferson, Clay, ton, and Marion counties' in that time In the 50 years he has practiced In and around Odin, 50 other physi- cians have come to the place and have from it by death or r'emova'3 In his.haif century of rervlce he has -.k ._.. oj amen reak of 1873 CITY A Macleod Casualty In todav's casualty list appears the name of Qeo'ge Forster, ot Macleod wounded m action He was J.member of an infantry unit Must Start Next-Week Sec.etary Fleetwood of the public schools board asks Ihe Herald to an- nounce that parents who have chllu ren they wish to start in beginners classes, must start them this week No beginners will enrolled alter next Monday morning Government Appointments Alberta government appointments include Fred Medliurst and Jas Be- and W. F Jennejohn, Vulcan, as commissioners for taking affidavits, Oolm B issuer of njarrlage licenses Herbirl I Dufty Lomond, game guardian, ueo. Lomas. Burdett, stocK ipspector Maaratn Soys Return H riotlund received word tins morning" from. Halifax that his b.other Clarence Ostlund, formerly pr'Of'PJ1 of Magrath schools and Lieut Fred. Kami, both of the 13th Mounted Rifles had landed there on their re- lurn home They have been discharged as medically unfit "Cabirla" Here Ttmght "Cablria" will be shown tonight and Wednesday Through an error in ship- if You Are Going to the Old Country Travel in comfort by the St Law- rence Route. _ Saturnia................. Sept. 20 Canandra Sept. 26 Athenii'.......'........... Oct. 17 Saturnia Oct.-24 Tickets arid other information from any or steamship 'IdNXLDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, atneral Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 6312 B.C. 531 Grinville St. Three out of five districts or coun- ties of the Yukon territory went dry. The dry counties are Southern Yukon or Whitehorse district, Klondike dist- rict and Bonanza district. The wet counties are North Dawson, and South Dawson. The wot majority o( North Dawson was 47; South Dawson 20. The dry majority in Bonanza district was 52- Whitohorea district 3; Klon- dike district 9.. Polls in the territory carried by "wets 13; by dryi MILK! trams, football spectators, etc. The Daily News speaks of "Prussian meth- ods in defiance of public opinion and common sense. The Times says: "This unprece- dented interference with the liberty of the subject involves the risk of dis- turbing the wonderful peace which has settled on the country since the pass ing of the military service act. menu uuiu Iria" failed to arrive here m time for the performance advertised for the Majestic laat night The entire pro- d'iction arrived in perfect order this morning, and will be on exhibition to- nignt and Wednesday night .The Majestic -mannKeinetit "wish to offer apologies to their patrons who were inconvenienced by the cancellation of last night'siahow. IV, ILK AND CREAM i DAIL'Y. BABY'S MILK Milk cows that have pissed the tubercular test by Othe geyepn- ment veterinarian. ICECREAM Old Lethbridje Creamery's Stand. i Socials, parties, etc. laity. Give us.a trial you will not be disappointed, EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th S. pidemi a Butor through two e; pox and the choleia His record of praolice continuous, Notice of Pythias A RECEPTION WILL BE GIVEN IN HONOR OF Past Sup. Chancellor Young OF OHIO Every K p. and wife are asked to accept this as their Invitation. Also visiting brethren. To be held at the K. P. Hall, Tomorrow Evening Wednesday, Sept. 13J 1916 AT 8.30 Grain Handled in Any Position We are in close connection with ex- port -trade and by dealing with'us you save several ;middle- men's profits; "f: United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, MACDONiM-0 BLOCK ;