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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THE HRRALI PAGE FIVE Of ATIVES 4 Tfc Casgrain Montreal April MJi niy opmiori no nUier medicin fn thcworlil is so curative for tioa and as IwasasuEferer from thesecoiBplaialsfojC five and my sedentary occupa brought about a Jclud o Intestinal nasty beaching drowsiness after and Iain in Hie I tried pills and medicines of bu nothing helped Tlicnlwasincluccc to try Fruitatives and now foi tixmonlhsl have lcen entirely well I I advise any one who suffers from lha1 horf Chronic Constipation with the resultant to try and you will be agreeably surprised at the great bcnefi you will A ROSEXBURG trial At aH dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit alives Ottawa ATTORNEY ARRESTED DaHon a local was arrested here t day by a deputy United States mavsua on a charge of violating the draft by attempting to hslp person evade the FOR SALE I Grade Bucks s LINCOLN SHEEP HARRY GOODWIN ALBERTA 21712 Alberta Battalion Figured In Capture New Ground On Lens Front Today By the Canadian f Overseas Canadian Army JHeadouarters In carefully launed minor operation by the Alber i battalion which holds that part of ho line east of Theodore In the eglin known by our men as the crick t account of Its ave us possession of 2iQ yards of iCrmaa front Hue with light Ics The attack was made at oclock this morning and the enemy eslstance compared with ormer defensive efforts in this he trenches captured and a comruun cation contain largo number of German if them killed In the fighting two days go when we failed to drive them that time the enemy parties ap pearedIn such peeled quarters hat it was believed that dugouts a the were connected by un passages with the tnia German positions In the heart of To make sure that the enemy would not again use these dugouts as weans of pus Dag reinforcements in behind our advanced they were all blown In before Hie wort of Incor porating the new trenches into our lino was The gain this being due west of the heart of the has straightened out our lino and the point of tho German offensive wedge has been broken Testimony to the ef ficient Uritish ana Canadian which cooperated the best flght It August is given by a wounded prisoner of the 190th regiment which was so badly cut up by gunfire while getting into position that il never took any part in the battle aud had to be The prisoner said tbat the second battalion of the regiment Mt over half of its strength In Auguste far back from the while waiting orders and the first battalion suffered still more The concentration of fire which caused these losses was turned oa as a result ol the report of one of our aviators who saw Germans gathering In Auguste for a counter attack upoii Hill The losses on the day were so great as to cause the abandonment of all plana for the re covery of the A Call to Miners from the Pres ident of COMPANY LIMITED ffl Going Out of Business So havo for sale a eood stock of DAIRY milk and Apply TENNANT 720 19 th 2178 Boultons Auto Uvery KNOW THE COUNTRY PHONE US ANY HOUR OF THE DAY OR 12O6 Tlie following la a stirring appeal to miners in Ihe war President Far rington or the United Mine Workers ot America United Mine WorXers of Julv the Ot Members of District No United Mine Workers of America Greeting 7 Our country is at Forced to enter a conflict lhat could no longer be avoided with to the liber ties of the people of America and the democracies of the our country is now straining every energy in pre paration to participate in the rasst ap palling tragedy that has overtaken mankind since the of The momentous decision of our government to throw the nations ro uources into this mighty conflict and to give of her and her to the cause of imposes on every American and upon every man who has partaken of Americas bounty the loy ally doing heir part victory for thecJlusoAmerica no matter whether they be found a a sol diers in the battle lines of as workers in industrial aud1 K fa rea sonable to that the government deal kindly with those who fail inthe fullest to that solemn Itis rriy purpose you as Impresslrely asI know how to the nation in Ihls of signlfic ance of this awful cataclysm that has the vorld andour relation theretoIs as yet by us scarcely real fzedithough thousandsof our country men are now behind the battle line and myriads more are preparing lo fol our the loci ot college men professionals ot all thearts and trade and sons of the rich sens of the men who love I If as well as hut who prefer libert to life without have made com mon cause and entered the Hats In an the nations Thes every one a with the coiir age of Spartans and the souls of mar will go to thebattle deathdealing device hu man brain can for the destru man and offer their Jive3 I defence of democracy arid the freedoi of tho peoples of the and the will do this the full fcmnvlc that millions of their kind have ready been ruined physically and men andleft to suffer a living deatl while other millions have been blaste into billavi shfeda trampled in to the muck and mire of this thuude ing inferno oV death anddcstructior and upon those who stay at home wl devolve the obligation ot making J E eet this urgent retjuirement and we n render no greater patriotic service the cause of humanity than by peratiug with those who are working j that In suggesting that you Is not intended that you should ali iw any properly established standard f employment to he The is The power Of your rganlzatlon will be used to safeguard very right you now standards shall not be disturbed by our disadvantage and no wage re uctions shall be Instead ad antage will be of every legiti late opportunity to Improve stand rds and to increase but this must bo done at the appointed time lu regular way and through the instru mentality of our it s intended that It shall be made clear o you that the practice of shutting own mines in violation of our agree ment to force somedesired As a result of a refusal of the min ers of the Coalhurst mine of the Xorth American Collieries to accept a ruling of Commissioner over the rato ot wages for certain per formed by contract about 350 men are out on a pithead coast of Franco is shown which Is practically controlled by one the head of which is called the Seig neur or and who can exact as much or as UlUo rent from the j peasant as he This is an ex ample of some of the outofiiiBway j where custom U still allow tJ to remaiu in aud ihe ter 1 rible effect of a hunl master or owner1 is shown tu Hie uuliappfness of ilic1 urasuuts under the management of Henri le who forces hem to increase Ihelr or else sacrifice their property tu Tha way this was changed anil peave aud happiness restored to the little cotumuiiLiy by the efforts of one as played by Marie is shown witu fascin aliug allurement In Hearts AT Sackvillc was owned body and soul by the proprietor of he shoe factory that provided the one source of occu pation upon which the inhabitants of the town depended for exist Sib mlltlMg through long years of injus j the factory hands finally f with one girl in particular carrying on a personal revolution that slio hoped would free her soul from the hatert oppression of her lifelong surround She went to ho eager to take the smallest chance to escape the grind of her past environment and then tale took her destiny Life in the dreary millvillage was bad but tho city WAP and with joy In her heart the girl once more turned her face toward homo the bum of the oil of the dally grind the blessings of an upright life of Dorothy in of will unfold this gripping story In full de ail when Bluebird Is celebrated at the Empress theatre on Friday and Lon Chaney and Sto ell as lead her support ng Fires of was written and directed by a woman men have been since Tuesday nd of suspending work under every must be alsO intended to point oullo you btit Illegal which curtail must bo removed and murt respect the laws of pur uo on and continue at work as you are I e quired to do by the provisions of our j ofnt Surely this is not asking too if 1 hose who will at home in the ight of what will be endured by those who go to tho battle grounds to par Icipate In the most appalling war ever fought by And you are urged to do not alone because t fa your duly to the nation n this time of stress well be causeit is right and ust that you if you less this you will not have fulfilled rour obligations as members of the United Mino Workers of morning and though Secretary Carter of Ihe of lias been on the ground Investigating there is no evi dence yet lhat the men intend to re turn to The ruling of the commissioner on tho contract rate in question was made In Calgary about three weeks The officials of the company claim that the ruling fs a perfectly fair one but the men are determined to make a It is likely that Fair Wage Officer Harrison will make an attempt to compose the differences and if he falls Commissioner Arm strong will be called prepared to measures conferred on him by the We never have coffee at our because I cant make good Have you ever Started right with Chase Sanborns SEAL BRAND COFFEE la 1 and 2 pound Whole gioundpulverliedalso Joe ground lor Never sold la CHASE years of age wlH be admitted during the ing at Seats are now sell The Whip la easily worlds biggest motion the One acene that ct great train I was staged at an enormous es Tho the supreme offering pense merely for this And it of Is coming lo the Majestic is the biggest and best train wrack and to yet seen In motion An auto delight and thrill the patrons mobile race and wreck that Is so vlrld of bis showhouse with its thrilling as to hold the spectators gasping la its splendid another big Scats will be on Us truly wonderful photography and j sale at the theatre box office on Mou its EenEatlonally magnificent scenic May WhaVthe Press Agents Say AT THE MAJESTIC bring your grownup daughters to see this wonderful are the words used In the endorsement ol Her Unborn a ful dealing with Ihe subject of bhlb of one of the leading physicians of Uer Unhorn will be presented at the Majestic for 3 nights and 3 matinees commencing with the ma tinee on Monday is a t modern drama dealing with one of the big questions of the hour and comes with the endorsement of medical soci nonsectarian clubs and think ing men and women Because oE the sacred ness of moth erhood and out of courtesy lo the lad all matinee performances of Her Unborn will be reserved ex clusively for the Gentlemen will be admitted to all other perform Because of the subject that Her Unborn Child teals with it lias been decided that no ona under eighteen LAST TIMES TONIGHT FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT MARGUERITE CLARK IN THE VALENTINE GIRL C Reels MONDAY ANDTUE3DAY Famous Preterit Pretty MARIE DORO IN HEARTS DESIRE A Paramount Feature In Five Alto Teddy at the Throttle Two Reel Keystone Comedy With Bobby Gloria Swanson and the Famous Dog IT COSTS NO MORE TO RIDE IN A Comfortable Car We a 7plssenger Hudson In care cf an experienced and fill The Hudson Auto Livery Phono Day 668 Night 1269 fighting lhat you may imders land clearly low Important you are to the success of the allied ynii should know hat more than two years British miners were enlisted under Ihe ol As a Amer cas aliieaare now tiadly crippled by a shortageof coal and France and Ilaly In particulbr now desperately calling for American This condition will be made more severe by enlistments and possibly Drafts from are In A kiiW tell us orrs AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1MO Night a more plentiful of coal s necessary to The Essentials of war muil he Coul Is tho baste essential Without a sufficient supply oar soldiers will be equipped and denied a fighting Government bodies are employing extrftOTdinsry means tu tow 0 AH Kinds Limited Freight PHONES Offlci We hive on prior fo prices a targe stock erf funeral which us to sell tt lowtsl MacKay MacKay DRAYING 1 1J45 or 13W I Turner Witchali Wffw 410 13th 9t Orders Are Given Prompt Attention 1802 Open and Nhjht shooting af fray might easily have resulted in several occurred at tho rail road depot here Friday night when a member ravelling theatrical com panydrew arevolver ami wounded two citizensof soldier who was shot In the and a man named Deaser rfho was wounded in The trouble started whcn the made people under the Com DIsgustefl wllh the rerforinancc citizens followed troupers and bombarded thorn wfth eggs and soma or last years crop oE A the whether a man or woman Is not retaliated with the re Before the law arrest the offender tho pany on Its way lo Edmonton and from there proceededjto its next stop in The provincial police were not notified until tWs morning and thsy are now working oa the The Purple a great new starts at the Orpheum Thurs day featuring and Francis Patricia in Par a girl and niece ot the wealthy Eleanor Van her aunts jewels Kelly who has snnbied her at their introduc Going to her room to reluru her aunts the butler sneaking down the On entering her room Pat discovers that the jswels have been stolen Suspect ing the she disguises as avgtrl of slums and follows him to the Latin AT STAiJtiAND That old feudal system still eslst liiiremole corners of Ilia world is shown in Hearts De a Paramount Picture produced by Famous Players and starring Marie Doro at Starland Monday and Tues A auaint little island off tha EWES FOR SALE In numhers to suit Pnrkc Taylor BOX LETHBRIDGE 21312 CURED AT QUEBEC SHRINE Leg Dlieaced for Sixteen Months Again Healthy walking quite freely on a leg that was diseas ed since sixteen Esmond and living at 404 Allard relumed to Quebec from Anne de using hla sick after having left his crutches at Ihc foot of the statue of the miraculous To the Cana dian Press Honcharrt yesterday ev ening related his Sljteon months ago he sustained a double fracture of the right leg through a one thousand pound braco falling on Ho says he underwent oiorallons both at tho Western and at the Notre Dame and was under the caro of the best specialists In He was five months with his leg stretch on a All he officers and deckhands on the Canada Lines steamer Quebec es Ulf to having seen Bouchard com ing on board rom walking miserably on hts and that yesterday evening hf aboardwlthoui hlscrulchcsand walk ing quite UNDERTAKING ONE WORD Will suffice to draw attcn 1 tion to the nature of our business and a few more to the fact that all whether sent in day or are answered prompt Our services have proved jhtghly satisfactory In all cases where we have been 1 retained and FUNERALS CONDUCTED by us are marked by it per fection of detail tbat ia un We arc the oldest established firm In Southern Alberta and cany the larg est stock at moat reasonable motor equipment places us In a position o do both country and city work cheaper Ihftn by using f Slirth ind 1176 Dignity of Design Is a marked feature of the Memor ials our making when erected in the family plot always attract tho attention of visitors by their splendid yet simple Imposing We mit a variety of designs in sever al styles and at Varying Lcthbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Prop 8th Streets Ang 3031 SPECIAL RETUHM ENGAGEMENT SUPER IN CONJUNCTIONWITH THE DRUHY LANE COv OF AMERICA PRESENT THE RECORD SMASHING SUCCESS The Worlds Greatest Melodrama Originally Produced at the Drury Lane Tremendous SEE THE TERRIFIC TRAIN THE THRILLING RACE TRACK WONDERFUL THE DASHING FOX THE TEN TONS OF SPECIAL STAGE EFFECTS Expert Operator to FiKfifully the ONE SHOW NIGHTLY AT SEATS AT THEATRE FOR HAPEST iLP Gall Up Harris Phone 1412 Residence Phone 1 4 2 7 27 HER CHILD CONTROL INOCHILDRENAOMITTED NOTAPICTURE THE MOST PLAY OF THE CENTURY MATINEE DAILY AT FOR LADIES ONLY the Inspiring address on Motherhood at the Dally Elaborate Production and Company LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ADMITTED EVENINGS PRICES 2Sc and 76c and CHILDREN NOT AOM1TTBD SEATS AT NOW ARPHEUM TheflaBara inSecrets of Society1 SATURDAY ONLY I Has been over for toy by Rsnuett and CMARLIE 6HAPLIW 10c15o EASY Supporttd by Mmnll and Compmy YOURt HUMAHB ;