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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; 1017.. L IlfvHAUJ PAC.IJ lava THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDCE EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY NIGHT GOWNS- 89c UNRESERVED ftuction Sale Horses, Mules and Cattle At ihe LcilH'idKt' and Feed On Wed. Jan. 31 At One.O'ClocV Sharp. .E; Entertainment One Of Best Ever Shown Here 36 6 to 10 years old. Weighing'. from J250 to 1EOO each, black and huckskin. 'i'ticso' arc Uic largest niul ?t mules that liave evar-ijeen olforcij for In Alberta'. They v.-cre.purchased :n Si, Louis from Hie ticst ralscil In lliat country. Thai over JOO were Inrneil, aivay, causing u demand (Unt the ,con- ccvt be' repe.'itci] lonlglil, la-the "si praise bo for the inlcrlcilnincnt, "A" MHIu'lnlcr NIshl'B ediged last _iiiKlit'ltr the" 3Ifl- cgtlc under llio mlor Gait Chapier.. aid Ihf L'li'jpler'.s soldiers' umK. The (rolie ,ya3 a hi ci-ery 'way, :nrd IOUSG, Tlie entcrialmnenl was Iii three Parts ones and. three of dancliiR-under, the dtreetion of .Miss G. 'AUtfic i'ot I.eLhbridgc, hy hcriiuiillH IIPrp, nsstsled jy 3jtBf Malone; a XelKoiril.C.', young y whose aa'ai] sirlistlc dan-1 HTQ not to be'denied., I'nrl two uic direction of li-R. Ohanillcr. tlte progruiu ivn.s s sketch, 'The Makliif'pt which lenl1 the entertainment Just Ine proper Irioljc touch.- To single out utiy o[ tlio participants IJD for- all gave of HOLDIKIl MAKES NEW TICIvTIf. Utllc lloruli c lllaljc, "Goint; to Kcc took.- Hi house by storm. Altogether ihe cuLci'tulitnitiiL distinct credit lo, all .ly'lio, loolt; nntl be SIITQ' to draw u house again tills cvonlnir- Ilbrlng an intoryal .1.. II.. OJIver, lo- of. lite Hosiers; the objccls of Hie liurcau in looking nfier return from tlic front. more lie filled Into civil 'We; is, In liclit In this most Important, -work Dint .the funds from iliebu culerJahi- tncuLs will be used- The costumes' In. (lie dances were desired bv- Mrs. T. Bryiiiiies. Music nesl Cfin-j. wlin is LI iletilal mechanic, was wounded Jn Die faco'aijd jaw; While uwaliliiK his turn lo lie operated upon, he mailo-hliiiKL-i au. entire new net of teeth la wear When ihn donors liad'-coiMiJlctetl thei reccn.itruc.-U on 'of Jits Jaw. THE "The Kind Grandma Used'' Real British West Indies enough to go in her Fruit Cake, Mince Meat and Plum delicjoiis enough to bo used for Gingerbread and Molasses and wholesome enough for homemade Candies, That's what "Gingerbread Brand" is. I'Yesh from selected sugar plantations in (he British West Indies in Nos, 2, 3, 5 and 10 lever-lop cans. If your groocr shouldn't have "Gingerbread don't take bulk molasses or thin syrups. Insist on having the real thing. Such Delicious Goodies in our iUoJnsses Cook Rook. Itoal and'tested, simple and practical, for every home. Write for the. book and get a can of "Gingerbread Brand'1 Molasses. HALIFAX, N. S. kins nnd 3 driest ot-them all, UK? I; Ihc.can lo look lor MOLASSES CO. LIMITED, for cooking and I for the What the Press Agents Say s siimiUeil by' Mrs. and an orchestra 'uuilcr Ihclr best, ami nir'aiijire'ciativc crowd realized Hie CacL.V.' The etileLlahim.eiU .easily ranks as one of iho nyer here hy local talrnl.- Tlio' large number ol fancy dancers was a, suviirisc. io (lie pcoplu of Lctlihrulgev few realizing iliat-lhcre was'EO.rnnicli la'.ent "lalcni clly, buL to Miss'.AUrce. unisl be given of credit" for brlns- Ing that talent to Hie front, iti the nianncr shown .last night. Krptn' tlic tiniest tut, to lite last adult, the dar.c- 10 MATCHED TEAMS QF MARES AND lo 7 years old. Weighing 1250 to '1500 Ibs, eath- All 18 SETS DOUBLE TEAM HAR- condition. 65 HEAD OF_HIGH CLASS cows, HEIFERS.AND STEERS. TERMS CASH A. SMITH Auctioneer. mmmmm LINE i're pa Id tkkuls from Scotland 1s- BUeil at lowest rates- For.rates MIL! alhpr inrnrnial-nn apply any rail road agent, or General Ag-nt, Winnipeg. M5 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 531 GrjnvlMc St. '1EBIG CMgary. Jan, 20.-Thc Coeval. vices of. _Dr. John Chantlci- London, KU'S., Jan. offi- cial Uie explosion cast of hondbnvjast, niglii makes no rlcfinlte nunilicr kill- ed, The number of Liilcii cilli- fir In the factory or in the houses lias not yet been aicertuiiietl. Casualties, 'hoivoVcr, oivjH-.' lo lite Ly the out- break of fire "arV not'ii'Mirly so heavy us at lirat imUclyaloil. tn Llic pre- sent between. lii bodies have been rccovcrc'd, nnd MM il persons arc reported flo liai'o seriously injured. "Ample" assistance was furLhcoinini; from llio London ilrc lirl "Kijlii "'in y esfer-imutiilioii auilidrll.'ei; id'! nmi the i police snd day afternoon 11 lo'u to a life spent in the Iptcrests of s I humanity 'lK 'generel aiitl'of the -rial- the particular. All -hisses-of-pcoulo-iind nil shades QCJ nllions .a. secular, iused-for ami acCbmmadaUoii'.fQrithosc i had. been damaged. goneious Coil I tl builons tachmeut of the It.N.W.M.I1., hi their -ale, relief for it, dians in" their iiicturesriuu costume auUioriiies to ECD li in their any funrts raised la'-U ing, which included the Dance'of the Ulics, Ihc-DrincQ-cf the Flag, Wociil- uml' Uallel; "besides -fancy 'ballroom dances, was n danccJ wore Inlcraperscil In which a numtc! qf Miss At (reels pupils distinguished "lemaelvcs. religions-- ami-- sccula.., i -Miss KilnrO Maloiic, of CranLrook, Wcre- represented uy._Lhe_ men aiid Uipjocar government'ribiM have ui- nppearancu in solo dances anil 'women who nlleniled In dertahcu In conjunction' wiih tba loca also In the Dance-of tlic Flag, tlic Woodland Ballet and the Russian Ma- zurka, look- the house .by. storm, "is lo he complimented on llie'nrtisl'ry BO apparent in lier Interyrelntlon of lier k'arions rotes. Her .solo dance, "The [Jeaih of Hie niter Annai.Pnv- lowa, was llio hit of Ihc evening. To Mrs. Scrgi. Heap, lio sla'scrl-tlic of Canada's due'great cre- dit: were n-lnilrably Ukbii by-, Mrs. J. Normnh Mrs. -t3elilr" while tlicy. abjy "f.iic'oilier members bf-tlic Bkp.lcli. rumlicr nppr'oiiriale .solos -Viife_ snng" by Mrs. Johnson, Mi's." Ijiylon and Mr. Fleming. -A rccilatloii.'.'.'Our'UofcS in Ity sinick Ihc jtroncr note. More''- llion lucre mention should lie Tnailc of Uie appear- ance of-pnnnld MltchoU's bulldog Vic- tor" In the tnblc-au tills shelcli. rcjireseniins tlic strength af.-llritain; and adding the bark winch is tlie'iirc- lucle co tlic Mte. veterans -'the "Giving io Die effects -oi o' old liniers in other, ivfllka Isioii all other ciis- life, merchaiil- princeaV- Juclgos, j tricts' was liroJccn off for j'tirtie. Lo- woi-kmen. slenogranhers, .cal assistance ATTHEOlllMlEUiM I ANNA PAVLOWA LAST TIME AT THE ORPMEUM Tonlglit Is (lie Jast nig lit of. Aiuiai I'iivluwa 'di ilie Orpliciini in Hie Dumlj Girl of.Po'ttlcl. Tlio theatre was fillctl last night, nnd slum Id be lo- nlelit. The picture is a splendid ductiun and keeps the interest fori every mlrnilc of tlie eight reels. AT THE E9IPRESS See J. Kerrigan "The Fighting Parson" al'the Empress to- night for the lasl time, when IIG appear with Louise Lovely in "The Measure of p. done in nincblril In this Kerrigan has a type cxaelly. flttlnu him; he acts with vigor with respeclfnl' ron- .sidcrulion for Ihc part he plays. Lovely is welt suited fji the role of the mountnin girl who inspired ihe "par- to win hrt own bntlles at the same lime Lciieflt liJs by his preLifpta and his example. "The measure-of a Man'', is an .unusual photoplay admirably ;aud pro- duced. Also plenty ot comedy: AT STAULAND. Seldom has a move stirring drama fiaen cnaclcil on the silent'stage than The _Neiv whith. was shown ai Starland last liight and be sJion-n for ihe lime loiiishl. It deals .with the race problem in tlic southern Stales, and the subject Is handled In a most skilful and diplo- matic splendid-Mull and Jetf cornedj'.will also lie shown, and the Uaunioui'Graphic, showing among other, interesting events Phcr.e 16E6 410 5th St. S. The Tailor (J. II. lie Guerre) High Class Ladles' and Gents' Tailoring. EXPERT DRY SPECIALTY. CLEANERS AND A .FURS STORED, REPAIRED AMD INSURED. TRY AHERALD WANT 111 others, wiiiowa, soldiers, anil iiiaiiy [coining, but mving'to others, all of whom had at sonic tiiiie ImusicaL'on or, sonic11' of tfiem many h'j- his fatherly, ad- vlco, his'brotherly aid anil his Vlnrtly sympathy.' Many'and were tlin. wreaths sent, rich .and wore' the irlbu'.oa nahl. lint .more heautifnlithan any Vvrcaih, any rhetoric, and any other cloquciico the .simple" ad given' by ei-Chief AmonK Ihe apeakers were RcvI.Ur. K'HldeU'ainl lion: If.. .'m c-jni- for wounded solilicrs, will be CANADIAN LINES I on the program. Qn Monday comes "Tlic Parson ol iropolitan Fire ilriiaUc' l-t obtained fira'liol Iie- ing iri .fire Lrigadc.area, .Within' 30 Miipln as.sTslnncQ-wns afforded. all quir- lers. fiirllicr .liUoraic'l by U.c -miiiistry of munitions' Ihit Ihn icci- cleat will iiiaVc no-prncttcal (o the output of munitions. The nin- willi chief officers nf the, cs- I I'llosivcs supply Four -local the. scene this.iuonimg; aul .every i-f- 'ccreinbfiy'i "Hcv. Edwanl beiiig vas not nnlL heard within a radius of many miles from-ihe Decile, including- London nnd suburban towns, but slid ok (ho LnUOr ngs nrid brake the windows a Ions lislaiic'e away. In normal panic irobnbly-won Id. tod In llic .Meatres where Jlie were .other jilacea, but the population" iy' this case wns 1 remarkably cool.' Tnc scncral charaqlcr-of the explosion ns it was experienced the of London was rt'roar of short duration as though vast reteryoir of. gas had been Ig- led and, consumed .In one burst of flames.. A trenicodons miff. ol fire flashed liigli into the air and then Ic'rtly subsided. Witnesses in suh- urbati saUI Uie flanic had dis- full hcforc they liearfl .Ihc It, broken out ilian a ciuarlir'of an hour before ihe csplo- sioii'.nnd Uio firemen were on the sceni The ,day shift of Ihe rieighhprhood with; (heir 'families jheir evening .As.swiftly as n btilllcadip (s ivrcek-i cd by; a explosion the chem- ical Avofka were virtually wined oft their .foundation Ibeni the flour, hillls adjoining Ihc blocks bf .workmen's rtVeUings. Heavy clouds pT'aniokc and flame rose to a Rreat height the, night, .but llic worst of the dcslrucliOn'hftd teen ac- complished. In of; the nlosfon. Mfl'ny mllitury' 'amlnHances arr on the scene" but 'organ rescue for the Will You '-.Forget lo 'get to- tiny that necessary 'Mefcca Omtment Bt sine and obtain .the real Meccaf Do not take any imita- tions nr A rent gtxid cure Jar all skin criiplima anil diseases. Coiilai'ns .no injuriaas or JWI'SOJIOHS (jmffcr. Foster-Dack Co. Limited Toronto Sold in 25c., 35c., loc. and sizes by J. D. KIGINBOTHfl.M CO., LTD. JACKSON i CO." THE 4ENNY 1 ALLlN CO., LTD. MCCAFFREY s THE FRANK KEDLEY DRUG CO. THE RED CROSS DRUG 4 BOOK CO., LTD. THE INCOMPARABLE AND HER QALl.ET; RUSSE IN' "THE DtJMlt (JIKL PORTICI" TwVSh'ows: 7.30 to 9.30; 9.30to 11.30. PRICES: Children .I5c {Third Transcontinental Tour ol the Greatest Play of the Decade With a Powerful Company Including FUANK IKKSON as Falhcr Kelly Nighl 51.00, 76c, We, 2ac ........'.....'.....25c and 50c Stats on Sale al Roy Electric. Co. Store. Thursday Phone 731 "THE. GAY'WHITE Comedy CAUMOHT- LAST TIME TONIGHT in Xcw Pallas Picture? Presents Dnslin Tariiiiin- 'Tlic I'iirsoii of r.i ;