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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IKIDAY? APItlL 7, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGfc' FIVE National Preparedness does not come from guns and dreadnoughts alone, but from men who are fit for the day's work. The making of men is a question of food and rational exercise. You can't build stalwart men out of an unbalanced "ration," Shredded "Wheat Biscuit contains all the material needed for building the perfect human body. It is the whole wheat grain made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and baking. One or more Shredded Wheat Biscuits for breakfast with milk or cream makes a man fit for work or play. It is ready-cooked and ready-to-serve. Made in Canada, GEN. LESSARD RETURNING FORTS DESTROYED Toronto. April fi.-A laliln from 1/Onilon to the lOveuliig Telosrnm tonight sa.vs that Gen. Lossnrd Is returning: to Oannila with Sir Sam I lugheg. Alliens, April An Anslo-l'"re"n production of William A. Brady's '".Vhito Feather'' has gained a wide Canadian re|,ntat!on. He is an actor of till modern school, and though his career has really just comineneoil ho .las licorod sucji-ELfts In various Canod-iiui and Aiueric;-.!! theatrical .successes. Th(.' other ir.enibers of the casto w'cti will be seen hero in tho presentation on Wednteday, April .12, at lUe Majootic, are well known. Thoy c-.iii readily be calU'd an "all-star' casto" lor they have all spent the major pari of llieir Uvos behind tho footlight. At the Empress 'I'heatrc goers will have their storo of reminiscences lapped by the World Film Corporation's release "As Ye Sow" tonight at tho Kmpross, in which Alice Brady appears as the star. The play was written about ten years ago by the rtnv. .lohn Snyder, and produced with conspicuous success by Brady and Orlsmer. Tho fact that a clergyman had written a successful play, attracted considerable attention at tlio time-tho thing was certainly uncommon, If not unliiiio. Clergynien by mental environment shoukl bo good playwrights-thftt Is to say, their intimate knowledge of tho actualities of life, should nuike them Judges of, the value of dramatic material. in "As Ye Sow" we have tho terrible fato of Iho unrepontont profil-gato giving us an Impressive warn-i ing. Dora Loland, played by Alice ! Brady, Is a girl of good family, persuaded Into an tnisultablo nnu'rlugo by a country scapegrace, having a chunco of BuccoBs by straightforward raonns lu New York, but casting that chance aside. Profligacy converts hini Into a bad husband and father; and he goes awuy to soa. Years afterward hfl Is wrecked and Is rescued by his brother, now a clergyman, and about to marry a widowed girl of whose ox-act antecedents lio Is ignorant. Tlio girl Is Dora, But tho rosciie and ru-mrirof her husband aisarraneeH those plans. Tho young husband rosunios b; COt[Y LIVE BUR AS CO-OPERM STORE itJontribiilcd I Cowley, Aitrli -The tiaiiudiaii I'a-clfic railway says thai the iiojiuliitinn or the little town of Cowley is l-"'0. You can .'-ei' il in the loldcr. but il tliat's the case, and il nuiy be. il is without i]iientioii nisi) a Viu-t Ural Co\\-ley and Its ni;i!.';hborliood pui-ses.ses more than ils fair hUiuc is! Um; wires. The fiirmor.h at Cowley are fruing to own llicir own general store now. For years they have been liandliu GUARD against epidemics by building up the defensive forces of the body with BOVRIL Body building power to be 10 to 20 tirhes the amount taken. They are a live bnndi are those farmers. They believe that lliey can in! save tliemselves money by Inking carload lots many and various kinds i pains and paying someone else $100 of goods, any kiiid of goods in fact |a inontli lo help llicni to take those handling the handling of which would save them money, now Ihey are AmvA I" hit the thiii.u; liarder .�iiid sell tliemselves Iheiv own groceries and tin i tacks and shoes ami sealing wa pains. (.11 course your corresiiondeiil is MO nrophel. nor is ho any knockc'r. - ........ -......--l^ � ---------! busily engaged In wielding a hammer, and believe me, when 1 hit tho town of Cowley I didn't have lo nso a want ad. lo locate the hammer bunch. .Vo sir, not by an anvil. Thoy have a cracking good polo ground in t'owler and the famous bill he is bound to admit that it does I -^'c't'i l''o''l< Po'o team comes from the worry liim .iusl a lillle bit how the i 'Hslrii't. Their live wires had voltage deuce these up-and-coming co-operat- ors are udiug to gel a man who ought 10 lie ntile. on his own statement, lo pull ilmvn J.".Oiiu a year (o content himself with nolliing more than the modest %Vim ii year that the farmers pay liini, Inil then of course your cor-respoinlenl got car fare and ir.eal tickels Irom you to write np the cooperative nujvpnienl al. Cowley, not to nil your columns with his own fool notions. 'I'here are plenty of live men luick of tho movement-, the Cnit. 011 Farmers of Alberta Include practically every agriculturlsl in the district; tlinir presidents and secretaries in I lie past few years include .loliii Keiiimis, .m!|'.R. who helped Iho co-operativt eiunrnh In llieni to bring the Uetl-tenanl-govornor clear from Kdraoutoii to see a game between Cochrane and the Xorth Fork, and when they got him there they still had voltage enough to show him the fastest ond closest game ever played on any Canadian polo ground, and tJie C, P. R. says there are 150 people In Cowle.v. .N'o, \ aavcn't llnlslied yet. The minister of agriculture lias overlooked a bet and 1 knpw It. There Is a man tn Cowley v/ho Is a, bigger boost for dairying than anything th� department of agriculture has yet evolved. Me milks u6 cows; he \s .said to make a profit out of It, and undoubtedly 1'"ist winter, all through the cold woa-baby mater- ther every dron of water that those tally through its teething " trouble; i cows drank was hauled three miles Cleorge W. Hucbanan, who Is chock full of conlidence and is always ready lo push the co-ooerativo child along; as far as one can learn this same G. \V. Uuchanaii has had as much to do with tlie advent of tlie co-operative store as anyone, and of course the production of a co-operativo store gives no verv lerrilic brain storm to a man up hill. Wake up .Mr. Jfarshftll. FARMER ASLEEP ON TRESTLE A'ancouver. Wash.. April ii.-^Whcn William Ogburn, a farmer of Sara, 10 miles from hero, fell asleep in his wagon while driving homeward today his team left the wagon road and took .........^ ........ ....., .. ....... to a railroad. Ogburn suddenly awak- who'VroiUu"!t4'thi'rY.roi"fo^^^^^^^ "n'' liimself in his wagon. bushels of nice red .-Mberta winter wheat when the going is good. Tlien there is one H. Coates, who is now the farmers' secretary and who has bumping over the ties of a 1000 foot trestle and with a train bearing down upon him. The cars were stopped and Ogburn rescued. It was found given' probably more "gratuitous time I that the team had already crossed ont� and trouble to the movement and received less tiianks for it than any other man. That is one noticeable thing about a movement of this description, it is a queer fact but it is a fact that though everyone is ready to profit by the jirice reduction it causes, yet there Is always a heavy percentage of able, bodied but cripple-minded men witli a strong right arm trestle in safety on the ties. JUMPED OUT OF WINDOW Kdmonton. Alta.. April 4.-Thomas Graham, a well known figure around town, who has lived for sorao time at; the Jasper House, Jumped from a. second storey window of the northeast wing of the Royal Alexandra hospital at noon today and was killed. his authority over his wife and child. But he la- uurepentont. Profligacy again claims liim. and lie dies in a quarrel with a fellow sinner, Emolionaiisni of a high order is called for by the part of Dora Leland to bo played by Alice Brady. "As Ye Sow" will rani; as a valuable aid to the churches in their efforts to promote good living amongst men. FINii DEAD BODY Melville, Sask., April The body of Alex. Kushmln, of Fenwood. near Ibis town, was found lying across the G.T.P. Iracks in the yards early yesterday svith his head nearly severed from his body. A letter on him was directed to llio police giving liislruc-tlons as to the disposition of lilfi personal eltocls. Worry about your digestive troubles, sick headache, tired feeling or constipation. The depression that induces worry is probably due to a disordered liver, anyway. Correct stomach ailments at once by promptly taking PILLS They aid digestion, regulate the bile, gently stimulate the liver, purify the blood and clear the bowels of all waste matter. Safe, sure, speedy. Acting both as a gentle laxative and a tonic, Beecham's Pills help to Right The Wrong Luaact Sslo of Anjr Msdicino in the World. Sold cvorywbwo, la boxei, 20 esnt*. The Great Howard, a Soldier Enthusiast, Will Give a Performance Howard Jllllor, the Scotch ventriloquist, better known as the Great Howard, who has probably done as much for recruiting as many in tho Empire, is appearing at the Orisheum for the last time tonight, and a special KlUles night has been arranged, under the auspices of the Lethbridge Highlanders. Howard .Miller is a member of the returned soldiers commission, and is himself a veteran of this wav. He has a recruiting record of 3000 men. Tho other day at Calgary he was one of those to receive the ten returned soldiei's who arrived there at live In the morning. He got the S2nd band out and gave (ho boys a royal welcome. Mr. .Miller saw ,1. S, Murray, the Lethbridge member of tho 31st who wag with the party and who has suffered terribly from shrapnel wounds. Mr. .Miller was commissioned to bring Mr. Jlurray to Lethbridge with him, but Murray was too ill to be moved and will be detained for a time at OKden^hospital. He Is In bad shape. .Mr. Miller Is an enthnsinst for tho Soldiers, Ho Is the composer of the song, "I'll be u Long, Long Way from Home," which has almost superceded Tipporary. Hear him sing 11 tonight, and help out the "military night." "All Bosh. WAR CONTRACTS INQUIRY Potorl)oro, Ont., April �.-Sir Chas, Davidson's war contracts coihmlsslon hold nn inquiry today into allegations that khaki cloth supplied by the Auburn Woollon Co., under contract with tho militia department, was not up to speciflcations, A number of witnesses were oxamined, after whlcli the com-mlssiou udjoiirned, the next meeting to bo held iu Ottawa. The charges, It Is underBtood, will not be taken up further unless more evidence is produced, ...... Tea and Coffee Don't Hurt Me" says the cynic-l^ivl, we live and learn and at some time of life many lea or colTec di'inkcrs wake up to IH fact liial Ihc drug, "caH'elnc" in tea and cofl'ee is "gelling them." Hoiidache, nervousness, biliousness, heart I'lutter, insomnia, ete., arc often signs that tea or coffee is getting in ils work; and the growing knowledge of ils true n.i-turc has led jliousands of foriner lea or cofl'ee drinkers to lurn !<:/ POSTUM Tiiis famous fotxi-drink has a rich, snappy flavour, Intl is entirely free from caffeine and other harmful elements ever i)resent in tea and coffee. It is made of whole wheal and a small jjorlion of wholesome molasses, and ijermits Nature, unhampered, to curry on her work of daily re-building brain, nerves and muscle, Postum comes in two forms: The original Postum Cereal must be boiled; Instant Postum retiuires no boiling-a level teaspoonful in n cup of hot water makes a delicious drink-instantly. Both forms are equally delicious and the cost per cup is about the same. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Sold by Grocers everywhere Cauadifin Poststm Cereal Co., Ltd., Wladsor, Out, --^ i 7775 3266 ;