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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. AUGUST 6,1917 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TTV$ The Waste of War w terrible, but the waste of food fai times of peace is. , colossal. Rich and poor | alike eat tons of food that 'has little food value-and this useless food breaks down the so-called eliminating organs and depletes the physical and mental powers. Shredded Wheal Biscuit is all food, prepared by a process which makes every particle thoroughly digested. It is 100 per cent, whole wheat. Two or three of these Biscuits with milk, make a nourishing meal, supplying the greatest amount of energy at lowest cost. Delicious with sliced bananas, berries or other fruits. Made in Canada. FOR RESISTANCE Serlln, Aug. (*..-Via Tendon, Aug. t.-The Russians tiro proparlng to give battlo to the Austro-Gorman forceB advancing on tho Russian front between the Dniester and the I'ruth, -according to today's army -headquarters announcement. The Rumanian frontier, soutlnvst of Czer-nowltz, Is also the Kcono ot Russian resistance. Tho Teuton forces hare pushed to tho Serh In liukowina, capturing Rndautz and hare taken the heights along tho Moldavia and tho astern side of the liyslTfiTza. PUBLIC SPIRIT OF THE MAPLE CREEK PEOPLE G. R. Marnoch, who returned Saturday from the irrigation convention at Maple Creek, tells how the people of tho town throw their private homes open for the visitors from out of town who came in to patronize tho Chau-ttruqua and tho stampede. Hundreds of them came In, and what money was paid the private residents for sleeping accommodation was turned over to the Rod Cross. The Chautauqua was ii big success, tho townspeople taking hold of it In the right way. EXPECTS EARLY ELECTION Hamilton, Ont., Aug. C-That an early olection cannot he avoided Is the opinion of T. J. Stewart, M.F., upon hla return hero Saturday from Ottawa. He still hopes that arrangements may be mado that will bring about a union government. SOCIALISTS 8UPPORT THOMAS Paris, Aug. 4.-Socialist deputies In tho chamber decided la3t night, by a Vote of 5G to 9, that Albert Thomas, minister of munitions and member of the war council, shall continue as a momber of the government. MPRESC TONIGHT IJ DOES A WOMAN KEEP HER WORD? Will Find the Answer by Seeing You Ethel Barrymorc Greatest of Stars In THE WHITE RAVEN A Five Act Metro Wonderplay of Unusual Power ADDED ATTRACTION Mr. J. R. Hall, Soloist Alto Comedy and Current Event* THE BOGIE MAN m "Eat every crumb of those bread crusts or Dill Hanna'U get you."-Shlelds in Toronto Telegram. Life of Huns in Trenches On West Worst than Hell Berlin, via London, Aug. 6.-Max Os-born gives a very vivid picture of the gigantic battle raging in Flanders. "The never-ending howls and piercing screams," he writes, "are rending the ulr from the sea to the rlTor Lys, while accessory noises like growls and blows seem to spring from everywhere on the Yser, in front of Dixmude and Langemarck, around Hollobeke and Warnnton. The whole of weBt Plan-derB Is one large steaming pot wherein brow death and devastation, with the sun laughing its brightest. Terrific nover-onding thunder storms are raging over tho land. In the midst of the noises such as the old earth never heard before, the crop of new battles and new wars between nations Is growing to maturity. What was the Sommc and Arras vand the Aisne and Champagne against this earthquake of Flanders. Millions of capital are blown up In tho air and explode in the ground. It is like a cyclopean concert of unhoard-ot' brutality to celebrate with becoming fitness the end ot tho third year of universal madness. The louder the desire of nations for poace! begins to express itself the wilder the -thunder of-the guns at England's command to deafen any cry of hope. "Sometimes one thinks tho end of tho bloody intoxication Is coming, but there still are graduations of description for which there are no words. Wo thought wo had got accustomed to the atroclousness of all this and at home you may forget tho events at the front for days. Our senses and nerves must certainly hnve suffered these awful three years. Spirit and feelings seek to escape the intolerable horror, but It is no use bore. Up against the worst form of slaughter, again tho nameless noises bring It home to you with an overpowering force. "This battlo has lasted for days. It is again that continuous roar that effaces or rather consumes all individual noises that make even fierce explosions close by you indistinguishable. Everything disappears in one loud rolling, threatening gurgle. The air crys it a hundred miles distant and tremblingly they listen south and north, west and east, when they cannot see the horror of all this. But If you come nearer It is like the earth's bowels exploding. Our soldiers sit In their dugouts and cannot do anything but tru3t to luck. Just now the infantry 7nust. keep quiet, only tho big guns are talking. The waiting infantry ii like men locked In prison. They cannot get out nor can anybody approach them. The way to them Is fraught with foarful danger. All round are stool splinters, shrapnel, bullets, stones and earth. If you are hit, you aro dead or crippled. What shall ono do? One smokes Incessantly until tho air in the narrow shaft is heavy onough to cut. That is bad, but somehow it helps to stand oil the horror of tho situation. "So one lives for days In the closest contact with comrades in very littlo apace. You cau move, hut are unable to think clearly. Never did I realize how difficult it can be to lead a human life." What the Press Agents Say STRICKEN IN THE STREET Completely Restored To Health By "Fruit-a-tives" 88$ St. Vamich St., Mohtiml. "Ia 1912, I was taken suddenly 111 with Acute Stomach Trouble and dropped In tho street. I was treated by several physicians for nearly two yean, and my weight dropped from 225 pounds to ICO pounds. Then several of my friends advised me to try "Fruit-a-tives". / began to improve almost with the first dote, and by using them, I recovered from the distressing Stomach Trouble - and all pain and Constipation were cured. Now I weigh 208 pounds. I cannot praise "Fruit-a-tivea" enough". II. WHITMAN. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 2"jo. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit* s-Uves Limited, Ottawa. I Tomorrow, the opening day of the Chautauqua, is expected to find a largo crowd in attendance. The first general session will be held in the afternoon, but the Junior Chautauqua will be organized in tho morning, when the boys and girls should be present. The day's program Is: Morning-Organisation of Junior Chautauqua. Afternoon-Prelude, Treble Clef Club; Lecture, "Your Work and Mine," Walter E. Stern. Evening- Prelude, Treble Clef Club; Impersonations, S. Piatt Jones, Humorist AT THE EMPRESS With a supporting cast worthy of her pre-eminence, Ethel Karryniore appears at the Empress Theatre tonight in "The White Itaven," a Metro wonder play that presents Miss Barry-more in a startling and unusual role Director George D. Baker selected tho cast with the care and precision characteristic of all that he does. William B. Davidson, who plays "The Stranger," was seen in the supporting cast of Ireno Fenwick in "A Child of Destiny," and also In, "In the Diplomatic Service," with Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne, and in other Metro productions of note. Walter Hitchcock, who plays John Glalsdell, has been seen in a number of Metro productions among which were "Destiny" and "The House of Tears," In which Emily Stevens starred; "The Blindness of Love," "The Snowbird," with Mabel Taliaferro, and "The Half-Million Bribe," with Hamilton Revelle and Marguerite Snow. J. R. Hall is singing at tho Empress this week. ORPtffiUM-6 RETURN ENGAGEMENT OP &AJ^ Musical Comedy Co. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday "THE SLAVES OF THE ORIENT" Thursday, Friday and Saturday "IN PANAMA" Change of Shows Mondays and Thursday!. Matinee Prices, 15c and 35c. Evening Prices 2Bo and 800. Dally Matinee 3 p.m. FEATURE FILMS AT EACH PERFORMANCE AT THE ORPHEUM The "Slaves of the Orient" will be the attraction at the Orpheum Theatre today, tomorrow and Wednesday, with a daily matinee. Six reels of feature films including "Tho Broken Coir." serial will be shown in con-Junction with tho musical performance. The company has been augmented by two now members since playing here before and the Lethbrldge followers of this popular organization are guaranteed a musical comedy treat whenever they come. ' The following are only a fow of the up-to-date melodies which will be sung in "The Slaves of the Orient," "Just One Day, LaBelle Parlse>ift," "Direct Me to Dear Old Broadway," "Slam," and "Join me in France." Miss Marjoric Hubley and Miss Helen Channel are the two new additions to the company. Popular prices will prevail during this engagement. Matinees 35c, evenings 25c and GOc. Magrath fair in to he held AiiRiisf in and II, and a roihI program of sports has boon prepared us follows: Friday, August in - ,luil,-;irif; of live stock and other exhibitm. :', p.m., Bane-ball match, Raymond \t. Magrath. A dance In the cvunln;:. Saturday, August Jl ('lvlr holiday-in tho afternoon. 2 p.m.: Hall game, Cardston vs. Magrath. llaccs-Half mlln race, free-for-all, 1st prize $25; second prize J IT-. Half mile, free-for-all, first ? 1 r.; scrnnd ?in. (Thoroughbreds barred). Hoys' pony race, halt mile, 14 hamta and under, first $1!0; second $7.50. Saddle borne race, quarter mile, 1st $10; 2nd Cowboy stake race, 1st $7.; L'nd .$,'!. Farmer's team and wagon race, 1st 10; 2nd $5. slow race, riders change horses, 1st, .$5; 2nd $2.5(1. Auto race, four miles, 1st ?20; 2nd $7.00. Relay pursuit raco, Cardston vs. Magrath ball teams, ?7.5(). 100 yard dash, free-for-all, 1st $5; 2nd $2. Boys' bicycle raco, under It! years, 1st ?3; 2nd ?2. Dance in tho ovenlng in Assembly Hall. Entrance fee to races of 1st prize, 4 to enter, 3 to start. Starter of races, I). H. Bingham. Judges, Levi Ilarkor, 11. W. Hradshaw, Jas. Ferrln. LET US RUN WITH PATIENCE THE RACE SET BEFORE US" London. Aug. u.-To mark tho beginning nC Uiu fourth year of the \vr.r an Impreivive hiterresalonal service \vnn held thin morning In Westminster Abbey. King Oeorge attended It as an ordinary private worshipper. The king worn a naval uniform. He wjih accompanied by numeroiiH members of liiri household, including I'rinee John, his youngest son; PrltH cess Mary and Princess Victor!*. Nearby not Premier Lloyd George, Sir John Jolllcoe, tho first sea lord'of th� admiralty, and numerous other prominent men, while a special block of scats In the center was occupied bjr a largo party of wounded soldiers. The sermon was delivered by the) Archbishop of Canterbury, from the text, "Let us run with patlonco the race, that Is set before us." SPECIAL TRAIN AT STARLAND Many a court room scene has figured on the screen but nevo'r a one like that which is seen In Pauline Frederick's latest starring vehicle, "Sleeping Fires." Because this particular court room scene was actually secured in the court room ot a certain town whore the judicial department prides ltiolf upon its up-to-date Improvements in equipment and procedure. The whole process is shown from the improssivo opening of the court to the final breathless silence which seemed almost visible in its intensity which proceeded the verdict, "Not Guilty." Thomas Melghan, who haB appeared With Pauline Frederick in several of her recent productions, is seen again with her in "Steeping Fires," In this picture Mr. Melghan takes the part of Robert Gray, a young lawyer defending Mrs. Bryce (Paulina Frederick). Needless to say, the combination has proved quite as successful as in the former productions, especially �b the cast Includes su,eh well known players as John Salnpolis, Helen Dahl and Joseph Smiley. Don't miss the 'ripping two-reel Keystone comedy "Her Fame and Shame," shown on the same bill. NEW PASTOR OF WESLEY PREACHES FIRST SERINS Itev. C. E. Cragg, who succeeds Rev. G. H. Cobbledick as pastor ot Wesley Methodist church, reached the city last week to take up hla duties here, and preached nlr first sermons yesterday to a well-filled church. . He has been upending a short vacation in the west, tiavtng come here from Napanee, Ont., bis previous charge. Rev. Mr. Cragg Is a brother of H. H. Cragg and ot Dr. C. C. Cragg. He is taking up his residence with his family, in the Wesley parsonage In the morning services yesterday the new pastor spoke on tho relations between pastor and congregation and showed clearly what should be expected of each. "I have made u careful study of the difficulties confronting the church of Western Canada," said Mr. Cragg, "and I am sure my port of these will appear very Bmnll indeed with such a splendid backing." Mr. Cragg is a speaker of exceptional ability and it is a treat to hear him. Wesley Is fortunate in securing the services of one so well fitted for the position. Mr. Cragg is a young man, and a member of a family which has made,a name in the ministry. ETZIKOM FAIR Etzlkom annual fair Is to be held August 29th and the citizens of the live little town on the now line are planning for a big day. They also aro planning to give Lethbrldgo citizens an opportunity of co-operating with them, so a special train will be run from the city on that day, leaving hero at 7 o'clock in the morning, and reaching Etzlkom 10.25, leaving thero again at 11.30 In the evening. A good program of sports and games is being arranged for the day, and a big crowd is expected. ON F Lots of Laughs At Chautauqua 9. Piatt Jones, Humorist and Monolorfiat, Comirttf London, Aug. 6.-A Tien Tsln dispatch to the Daily Mail dated Friday, says the cabinet has approved China's declaring war against Germany, and that tho decision now requires only the presidential signature. The president is reported to be perfectly agreeable. A war proclamation is likely to bo niadq at an early date. Virginia boy scouts are on strike bocause farmers pay small wages. Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. Special Tonight PARAMOUNT PICTURES J. L. Leaky PresonU the Great Dramatic Star PAULINE FREDERICK in "Sleeping Fires" FIVE ACTS THE GREATEST COMEDY EVER PRESENTED LOUISE FAZENDA and CHARLES MURRAY IN "HER FAME AND SHAME", Three Acts It's a Keystone L . Some papers valuable to us hut to no one else were taken from our safe by tho robbers on Thursday night. For the return ot these pnpers wo will give a liberal roward, either to tho men who took them or to the persou who finds them. Crystal Dairy Ltd. Chautauqua Prices Advance at Noon Tomorrow You can save 50c a ticket to shoot at the high cost of living by buying tonight from: JNO. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO. FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. RED CROSS DRUG 4 BOOK CO., LTD. PEOPLES' DRUG CO. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD., 201 Sherlock Bldg. Until You Hear of Some-thing Safer and Better You should place your savings where they will earn good interest. If your savings are deposited in the Treasury of the Province of Alberta, you will obtain 5% for every day they arc on deposit and you will not have to give notice of withdrawal. Here you have ABSOLUTE SECURITY combined with a high interest return. J1 or further particulars, write or apply to: W. V. NEWSON, DEPUTY PROVINCIAL TREASURER, EDMONTON, ALT A. 11 European experimenters hnve found that explosions can be caused in gas 1 ^ works by sparks from telephones. ' AUCTION SALE Monday Evening, August 6th COMMENCING AT 7.30 P.M. AT WILSON'S AUCTION GALLERIES DOMINION BLOCK, FOURTH AVENUE 9. Including Congoleum Rugs; plain and stencilled Japanese mate and squares; 1 Brussels square; 1 tapestry square; hammocks; children's tennis sets; a quantity ot drawn work linen, including tablo squares and runners; Turkish towels in various sizes; child-, ren's cashmere coats and dresses; ladies' corsets; umalhvares and electric tcanter; tancy china cups and saucers; two phonographs; linoleum; 1 tent, 10x12; 1 set ot single driving harness; and numerous other articles. TERMS CA8H 8. PLATT JONES. SPLATT JONES Is the Chautauqua , sparker. He ignites the enthusiasm on the opening night that gives Chautauqua thlngc In general n momentum that whirls at top speed until the hist night, when the Ha-watlans play and sing "Aloha" ("Fare-J well and Love to You"). Who in Jones? YYlmt is he? Tens of thousands ot Chautauqua enthusiasts nave beard him, but not one ot them could describe him any more thun they would attempt to describe Eddie tfoy or Harry Lauder, lie is Just S. l'latt Jones. That's enough. To hay anything more uboui fcliu would be "much too. much." Ths original and genuine treatment for chronic diseases of women one) nervous complaints. Send for free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, c|o. Mr*. M. B. Wilson, 102 1st 8t. W., Calgary. First Aid to Tired Housekeepers. Men and women with inventive genius are constantly devising ways and means to lighten the labor of the housewife. Every department of housework is included, and nearly all are for people of moderate means; not for those who can employ abundant help. To keep posted in these products read the advertising columns.. You may find something that will save money or something that will enable you to devote more time to the family circle. You may not be able to afford everything, but there are some things you cannot afford to do without. co�vni�Mvae i .............imiiuiffiuuuil ;