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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE r.lftriI^I^IDGE DAILY HEdALO PAGE FIVE- Lethbridge |Fair Dates, July 22 to 27, Are Satisfactory MeflSfs. McNlcol and Mooro, wlio wltli Acl. I�. Day* roprosehted tlio IjethbtldKe oxhlUllIbn bourU at tUo meeting of UioAVMtorn CanaUa Palia ABsoolation lioUl in Calnary, relumed tlilfl mornlnK a(i(i exprdsB liteniBcIveM nH'VBrjr well pleased with the result of. the coaventldn In the mattera ATlioroin It attects the Uotttbrldge Kx-]ilb;tlbli. ' � WhIleMn (bVmer years It has Tioen posBJljle to form one clroult comprising all the tixhlhlMona hold by.moni; bors ot the Western .Canada Falri^ 'AsHoclatlon, this year, on account of the fact that so many applications tor ineraborahlD tti tlui asHoclatlon wero , received, tlila was found Impracticable ttiid two, olrcults; wero organized, tlia one corislatlng' of Calgary, Edmonton; .Saskatoon, Brandon and Rogina, the otUor;ot M.qoaq,Jaw, Swift Current, Medicine Hati L'bthbrldgo, Rod Deer, C^amrose, North Battleford and Prince Aljiert. The oxhlbltlons held In j'Yorkton ahd Weyburn were allotted 1 dates, at the close ot the circuit com-[ prlairtg the larger exhibitions. MOTHER OF FDUR CHIIDREN How Lydia E.Pinkhain'sVeff> etsble Compound Kept Her WeU and Strong. Uneoln, lllinoifl.4''I have used Lydte E. Pinkharnls Vegetable Compound for .ten years with good irfesults and I hav* four healthy children. This summer I was in a very run down condition and thcveryhotweatlier . seemed more than I couid stand, but I commenced taking your Compound in June and from then until'September 25th, when my last . , baby was born, I got alonprmach better than I had before. My baby was � girl and weighed 14 pounds at birthj and 1 recovered very rapidly which I am sure was due to your ' medicmo. I am, well and strong now, nurse my baby and do all my work. I had the same'good results with your medicine when needed before my other children came and they are all healthy. My mother has taken "your medicin* with ^u'al satisfaction. She had her last child when nearly 44 years old and feels confident she 'never would' hava carried him through without your help, 8 her health was verypoor.'-Mrs. T. P. Cloyd, 1355 North Gulick Ave; D�-catnr, 111. - _ EspcA^t'niotlie'ra plibnid profit by Mrs.Cloyd's eacperience, and trust to Lydia E. Pmkhara'a Vegetable Compound. Free confliiential advice had by addressing' Lydia E. Pinkham Medicin* Co., Lynn, Masi. The Datea of Fair The Lotlibrldgo ISxhlbllJon has been allotted dates from July 22nd to 27th InclualvB, and la Immediately preceded by Medicine Hat which follows the fcidnibnlon dates. As the oxhtbltlona at Rod Dear and Camrose were given dates following LothbriaBp, It will bo seen that an Alberta Circuit corap.ris-Ing five weeks ,of consecUtlyo show-ling has liocii made possible starting at CaiKary on Juno 27Ui with Bdmon-lon, Modlolno Hat, Leihbrldge, Red i/Deer and Camrose, tollowiDg In the order named. One benefit IrOm this which' It Is expected will accrue to the Lethbrldge Exltlbltlon Is that Alberta breeders will lia,ve an opportunity at Calgary and Edmonton of testing out tliair stock against that ot the show herds which wlU'be entered on" tho circuit of larger fairs, and many of these will elect to follow the Alberta circuit Insti^ad ot continuing on to Saskatoon, Brandon and Reglna. ' Midway Shows The Midway Shows ottered by Messrs, Henry Moyerhott and Son, of Now York City were accepted by the circuit of which Lethbrldgo la a mem her, as well as a' limited programme ot plaltorm attractions. The shows I'o'mprlsUig this midway were booked at the exhibitions held In Ottawa, Quoboc, three Rivers, Vnlleyfleld and Sherbrooko, In 1917 and have been re engaged for the coming season. These nlso formo(l a part of the Midway at the Cnnadiaft National Exposition held !,in Toronto in 1917, In addition to the attractions above mentioned a tentative arrangement was made for a two-day program ol automobile racing. This Is the feature which was so successtul In Calgary and Edmonton last summer, and turned tho last day, ordinarily one of the poorest days from a standpoint Of gate receipts, Into one of the best. It this attraction Is secured, tho Lelh-bridge oxhibitlon, with a three-day stampede programme and two days of auto races, is assured'' of feature attractions which will not fall to please tho most exacting visitor. I ' Ottawa, Jan. 30.-Owlno to a confusion 6f names, It was,�ald yesterday that Brig. Gen. J. L. Big-gar, of the military headquarters staff, .would succeed Major Gen. H. ^mith as judge advocate general. The position of Judge advocate general wUl'be occupied by Lieut. Oliver M.'Blggar, K.C., formerly ^. of'Edmoritiin, ' a member of the' military seVvice board. Cbl. BIggar will continue on the,'board: after 'taking up his n^w. duties. .Major Gen. BIggar will continue as director of supplies* and. transport on the headquarter* staff. WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS TENTH STREET SOUTH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 at AT TWO O'CLOCK I FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE AN ASSEMBLAGE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING; Hamlsonie quarter cut oak dining table; extension, 15 leaves; quarter^out oak hall bench;: pair of quarter cut oak den chairs, upholstered in solid leather; solid leather lounge; Singer ft-Drawer ' Sewing Machine in perfect order, complete with attachments; two Boctious sectional book case In quarter cut-oak with top and base; oak dresser^ and stand; very fine old drosser in solid walnut with washstanrt; "Labrador" refrigerator; mahogany bedroom chair; 'oak occasional tabic, clover leaf desigp; maple occasional tablo; oak hall tree; Oak Roll Top Desk; "Regal" washing machine. Is new; four folding chairs; "Rambler" collapsible ,baby buggy; three brasS'trimmed beds, complete Avith springs and mattresses; child's cot, cotppleio with mattress; brass�cmtaln rods; quantity books; �large I rooking horse; baby bath; lain mower; carpet sweeper; toilet sots; '>vrlnglng machine; rockers; kitchen chairs and tables; .granite vyare; kitchen sundries, etci �� ^ ^ ^ NO VIEW THURSDAY. EVENING, SALE AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT, FRIDAY.^ TERMS CASH PHONE 770,^P|5SIDENCE 469 ' ' - , WADpiNQTON SELLS FOR bA8H,v,ETC. WKy Blame tKe Good for tKe Bad? [ECAUSE tKin. skim milk ^ill'not nourish a bab^); has notkinit to ao >JitK milk fresK from a rcgittcrAcl cow. BECAUSE some coffee dr9�lopf a bitter tang-and i( not satisfactory-Kas nothing to do Vith SEAL BRANb COFFEE "Seal Brand" is coffee that has been selected from the world's best plantations bj) coffee experts, roasted and blended b^ those who ha"?c gi-Ocn a lifetime to the study of coffee. If 3>ou like a cup of GOOD Coffee, tr;> "Seat Brand". In ^4,\ Bnd 2 pound tini-In bun, ground, oejine graanJ for p�rcol�tow. // you want Im itnou) Iht Irut tccrtl of a JcUdoui cup of coffee, uitile for our i�o�e/, "PERFECT COFFEE -PERFECTLY MADE", i�s CHASE & SANBORN, MOKTREAL Effort Made to Get Back Money Alleged To Have Been - Misappropriated Italians Take 2600 Prisoners Hold All Positions and Inflict Heavy Losses on The Austrians St. John, N, n., .Ian, I'.O,--At the..session today of the lommis.siou iuqulr-lug into (.he disposal of certain funds said to havo been paid by contractors of the Valley railway for poiltteal purposes It was umioimcoil by Hon. W. P. Jones, counsnl tor ilm govorn-ment of New Brunswick, that four men will be proseciUcd for conspiracy and an attempt will he made to gel part ot tho money l)acl; from a fifth. .' 'i'lie men hu'olvcd and from whom restitution will be sought are ox-Premier J. K. Plfniiiig, who. while head of the govonimuiit. is alleged to havo converted $ino,noo to his own U80, W, B. Tennant. who is alleged to have acted as a tniddle man between the l^lemlng ' govoriiinont and the Nova Scotia Conslnictlon Company, the successful tenderers lor the contract of constructing iho road, and to have accepted'$loo,000. part ot which ft iR clalgied found Its.' Vvay io the election cainpaign fund ot tho Fleming government, Thoma.f Nagle, lumber merchant, and Messrs, Mucdonald and Lindsay, members of I ho Nova Scotia Cohstructlon Company. In Fleming's cas� ilie former premier will he nslced to rnlurn tho ?100,-(100 and in case of failure action will he taken In the courts for its recovery. In tho case of Tennant, Nagle, McDonald and ' Liiidsaj-, i)rooeedliigs, if necessary, will lie taken under the criminal code, charBc! with consijirlug to prepare false tnnders and secure for themselves enormous profits. THURSDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Tint sure Shot Tomatoes. Retjular ZOe. Thursday, 2 for ................... Jonathan Apples. Reoular $2.00. Thursday, per case................ Dominion Corn Flakes. Regular 10c. Thursday, per pac/et ............. B. C. Onions. Regular 6c. Thursday, o ibs.................... Walnuts. Regular 26c. Thursday, lb...................... 35c 1.80 11c 25c , 2ac 35c Dustoline. Reoular 45c. Thursday ............................ Mclrosa'a Old Country Tea. Ragular 60o lb. AtLgt Thursday, lb........................ TtuC Wethey's (4 lb.) IVlarrnalade. Regular 80c. 7A� Thursday.............................i ' WC Dyson's Worcestershire Sauce. Regular 20c. -i |* Thursd.ny............................. IJJC Holbrook's Mixed Pickles. Regular 30c. 1Q*� Thursday .............................. 1�IC Deliveries Every Hour Phone 313 fortune to make, which embraces tho host efforts of thousands of nclors, the subject of which almost brought cai-amlty upon the allied forces In tlio field ot battle, there Is presented thi! story ot RusBla~lhe most finlighloii-Ing story that has ever heeu told. (Iw. most gripping and sennalloual account of situations unparalleled in llie nliolf! history ot the world. No one should miss this great tea- Rome, Jan. 30.-More than 2,600 prisoners have been taken by the Italians in their successful attacks upon the Austrian lines on the Asi-ago Plateau, the war office announced today. Six guns and 100 machine guns also have been captured. RUSSIA'S SM TOLD ON SCREEN No greater film drama could he presented at this time than the, one entitled "The I'^all of the Roihanotts," which Is to bo shown at the Empress Tonight tor tho last time. In this Immense production, which has cost a Italian Army Headquarters In Northern Italy,, Jan. 30.-Italian troops struck the enemy another hard blov/ yesterday in the mountain region west, j ot tho Bronta river where his effort [ has been,to,push down the Frenzella j valley towards Bassano. The action lasted throughout the day, the Itallians making an advance along. the whole stretch from the .Brenta to Aslago and capturing 1,500 of the enemy,' Including sixty officers. War material. also was taken and havoc was spread among the enemy's forward trenchisa. . The. aerial activity was especially lively during the flghtiug, the Italians bringing down ten machines and the French two. The action was atill tu progress today, with the enemy bringing forward large reserves in ah attempt to save the day. The battle on the Italian side was fought by motin-taln troops," Infantry and BorsagUerl with tho support of Italian batteries and large fleets ot airplanes mapned by Italian, Fiench and British aviators. The Italian troops took the initiative in a surprise attack at daylight, the enemy trenches being readied and his lines pushed back over a long front. (Lato in the day the enemy made a series of violent countlsr attacks which wero broken up by the-steady resistance ot the Italians, backed byi the allies'batteries. Towards night tho enemy began the concentration of reinforcements In an effort to redeemHhe situation. Thlij brought on heavy fighting during the uight which continued all day today. The latest reports show the Italian line holding w:>ll in tho advanced positions, occupied during the early hours of the engagement. Heavy Loss of Enemy. , Rome, Jan. 30.-The Austrians have been bombard'lngi with extreme violence the positions captured by the Italians. The Italian fire/has heeu powerfully centred on points behind the enemy lines. ' Extremely heavy losses were suffered by the Austrians, two of their divisions being almost completely wiped out. EAT m MEALS! i mONORGAS "(APt'8 DIAHEP8IN" 18 QUICKEST, UREST STOMACH RELIEF KNOWN-THY IT! AT THE ORPHEUM Cijori-a's Romance U on at the Oi"-pheum tonight. Also the Groat Secret. , Bwoelest of all singers of Irish hallaiis ; and folk songs, .\moiig the niiiny 01-colt songs whlcii .Mr. Velie sings in the 1 piny, will ho found ".Mother -Muchi'oe." i'Wheii Irish KycM arc .Smilltig." "Afy i Wild Irish Rose," and otlier eriunlly ; popular and lovnhle Irlsli haUads. i Spoclnl inention Is httiiig made of the marveiionsly beautiful scenic production whirh is otfored In "The lain O' Rroanis," tlio enllrn produntinn having been dfislgiied and i)alnted by Hd-gar .\IeKle, for many year.-s master scenic art I.St at tho famous IJnir.v I.ane Theatre, London, Rng. All seat.s for the cou\lng engagement lire now on sale at the box office. AT THE MA,1ESTIC Irving Berlin's Inlernatioual syncopated musical success, Watch Your Step, will come to tho Majestic theatre on Feb. Iptli for a limited engagement ot one night. Mall orders for seats are' now being received at the theatre. "THE ISLE 0' DREAIVIS" COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY No musical drama of recent years has appealed so much to tho general public as has t!hauncey Olcoit's play "The ' Isle 0' Dreams" which coniea to the Majestic theatre on Friday and Saturday nights and, Saiiu--ilay matinee, this week. Heading the big metropolitan company which will be seen here in the delightful play is Julius Velie, tho AT STARLAND rieorge Behan, who endeared himself to e.veryono by his wonderful portrayals ot character in " "Pasfiuale," j"The I'ook ot Canyon Camp." and more i especially In "An Allen,""will bo seen ; at atarland for tho last times tonight ! in hi.s newest, I'arnmount Picture, |"Lofit ill Transit." This Ik an excel-; lent feature and In every Nvay measures up to tlie splendid standard of Mr. Beban's previous appearances on the screen. In addition an excellent two-reel comedy and a Kord-Canadian Mo\ithly. sliowlng aviators in train-I lug Rt a Canadian Aviation Camp will be shown. Allogellier the pro|;ram i.s one of exceptional morjt and interest. One of the most pretentious film offerings ever presented at the Starland 'J You -knoy^hoir werythJnt i xosU'inoife.''wbei|i| yo^ My�:to buy OB: ,cr�dlt.,' iWhy not practice seU-denlal (or a while if nec^sary, open aSaylngt Account In thp Union Bank of Canada, and wtih the money'(n ht\nd, ,bu/.�t,Qa9h prices? 'F^e discounts will help4o.awalll>>ur bank bulan^e^ and you will have made a good/ start tPvantU Cuianqial ,|nd�(Mnd�))fi�. ' ^ �^'''.^ "' ' ' F. VV^, N�CHO,t>0w\,IV!'�n���r, LETHBRIOGE BRANCH CARbSTON BRANCH JBAnoNa bR/\nch  4j|.jjiimiii I 1111111)1 , Tinie til Pape'B Dlspepsin will dl-geataiiythlng you eat and overcome a oar,rtaiBy or out-of-order stomach liraly within five niautes. f'lf Vanr meals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat Ilea like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you havbesldes, there will bo no sour food left over in the etomach to poison rpur braatb witli nauseous odors. "Papa'a DIapepalti is a certain cure for ont-of order stomachs because it t|kes hold ot your food and digests it Jait the same as it your stomach waan't tkere. t , 'Relief In five minutes from all stomach misery is waitInK for you at any drug itor*. ITheie'large fifty-cent oases contain oougb "Fape's Dlapepain" to keep theenllre family free-;from stomach ^iaordera and'indigea^on for many Knlhs. It belongs Iniyoui- home,-^ mttiemeat. E PASSES $13,000 Believe !^30,000 Mark Will Be Readied-Take Up Mattera With Bennetl ,. Letfibrldge's Ked Cross drive' hua passed tho |1B,000 mark accordipg to the word at campaign beadquartqra today, \ This Is an increase of ^JOOO over ike figures reported yesterday and i the committee is greatly pieiisoil. Tiie drive is not .going with the , 8\V|ng which had been liopod-for but It, Is produoiug resuUa f neverthelean, and> those in charge are sanguine. that,tbp $'ao,OOU mark will yet bo reached; N�M ther the t^.P.R. employoea or.tho Qalt miners.have yet been hoord from, and good QontribuUfiivB aio expected from those quarters, ' . | A meeting of the local branch ot.Uie ned Cross (8 belug hold in tlif;ij;ed Cross rooms this afternoon >vh^D^�ev> eral mattors'wil) he takpa up wJtb?a �B. Uennetti provincial president. - \ � two' nights commencing Next FRIDAY, 1 FEBRUARY.....��� special matinee sat'day the united producing co. (Producers of "The Brat') present an �fCMiQUNG^01iQOTTC,, fhoulre will make its Initial appearance iliere, to morrow when Mary Plokford Ik seen In her newest Art- ( eraft picture. "Rebecca ot Sunnybrook Farm." "Mitie Mary" with her effervescent yoittli, her KOiiuine comedy .ind her wQiwiertul knowledge of dramatic tech-. I nirjiip, i.s the Uloal parson to Immor-f talize tiie little girl of the New TSng-. � land village, who though dominated by i two crabbed old aunts, does not permit ii to cniBli her spirits. In her two recent Artcraft produc-/ lions. "A Romance of the Redwoods"! and "The Little American," Mary! I'lcktord was seen In the first, as ii: girl transported from New England to > thetrigors and hardships oC Callfomisil 111 the days of '4!i. a story ot Intenso gripping (iramn. In "The Little Amer-i lijan," her great patriotic triumph, shIEIB RECEIPT WHEN AXSCOMPAN. lED WITH CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ADDRESSED TO LEN 8. BROWN, MANAGER, THE ImAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE, INCLUDING SEiLF-ACIDREBSED STAMPED ENVELOPE FOR V � REPLY. PRICES:, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 ..... $2.00, $2.50 "AN INTERNATIONAL SNEAK," 2 Reel Comedy. "ROYALVFLVINQ CORPS IN ACTION," Gaxette. LAST TIMES. TONIGHT PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT George Beban "LOST IN TRANSIT" nRPHEUM \m TONIGHT i If I Prices 10c-15o^'^ BILLIE BURK|E In W "Gloria's , Romance' AND OTHER GOODi-PICTURES JSC EMPRESS i = TONIGHT LAST TIME �� POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE STOPS Th? 'Romanoffs"' Is the first big feature qonnopti, ed with this aircutt. Watch for otliers to follow, Next week "The Slacker," ' " ^ERBERt B, e Roin^ii0: 35 96 ;