Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, JUNE 4.1917 Tim- HERALD PAGB FIVB 'THEONLYMEDICINE WgFED t-J-ltmAphP EitnNi.w) ROCIKM. Qea., Mvcli 2ad, 1015. wl hare rccelred the mwt wonderful benefit from Uklaf I suffered (or hum ffnmflitm and ehaafo of life, ,iid I took eiery remedy obUiauk without I tried "Frmt-iUTM" aid It n> only medicine that fiitotgvii. Kow I un entirely well auliam haa diuporartd, aid the tor- ptiat la my ire ill font. I who suffer from inch Oluuu, till try "FrulU- Miwka ISAIE ROCIION. Me. a tai. I for P.SO, trill aUe, 2Se, JL1 ill datJen or tent pottfuld or LWM. OtteM. CARSON COMING HOHE. Monlreil, CM. Join Carson, of Monlrnl, recently knlilil ed by king, Intends la nil [or Canada il ID early date, the London cornipondut of Gazette cables ONTARIO BABY MADE STRONG Mri. Jarvli layi Or. Cnull'a Tablati Cured twr Delicate Child Whin Nathlitl ElH Could. Mn. Jarrli. Box 2Bt. FraeUDC, P.O Ontario, "It-ii a [leanure U toll yon irhat Dr. -Tablet hire done for mr When onl I had medical adTln for hlni.ke go five months old tell 111, and-thous Morie. I triad 'aeieral' apMlal foodi bul'none 6( them would Etar. on hi Ktoniach. and became ad Lhln tha he Juat tiiln and bone. H irelfhed Ifl Ibs.i and we HCTC thouKfat he could live.. Uul chanclo to hear ot Dr. Cassell's Tablets I 'aorne for baby and am thankful 1 dli He If a bonny bo; now, quJte cured and velEba-25 Ibe. al tweKe montb eld." A.frea Mrnple.of Or. Ciaaell'i Tab leta urlll be'aent'to you on receipt o B cerrU'for mailing and packing. Ac drew: Harold F. Ritchie 1 Co., Ltd llr'McCaul 6ireet, Toronto. Dr. Casaell'a Tablets aro the aurea home remedy for Djrapepsla. Kldne AnaemL Ncrroua'Ailments, Nerro Paralyili Palpitation aid Weaknen In Chili ren. Specially valuable for narEin and during the critical pe lodl, o[ Ule. .Sold, by. rtrusjliti an Canadi One.luoe, cents; six M.llTel Beware of Imita hypophotphllii Tbc.CfiipoaltlfH] of.Dr. Caasell'a fa Icta'la Baown bnlr'to thes proprietor and no ImlUUou can ever be' U Mine.' Or. CatMll'a Co Mancheater, Eng. RE8H PAID! FUND (Special lo th follows: >mJe and Ceal Creek, gen- eral collection! Employes, C.N.P.C.. Co. Andre and Cuop C. X. P. Co., Michel and Natal........ Farquarson, Post. CamD Cltlztna and Employes Rast Kcalenay Lumber Camp. Jaffray 'ewell Lumber Co., Hanbuir, Bull-River Employes, C. P. R. Camp, Bull :lllzeni, naynee Lake ___ lcployca, Adolph Lumber Co.. Daynes Waldo Citizens.......... inployaa, Baker Lumber Co., Bayhes imployej, Ross-Saskatoon Co...... hllllpa and Roosrllle dis- trict Vetreate: Collections...... Klk Lumber Co., Fernle and Hosmcr 406. 2S.OO 140.3i 23.00 3Z.OC 34.S 3.01 3.0i 319.2 365.0 38.M 21.0 7.5 69.0 DhbuncratntK for May follows: Red Ihrougfi I. O. D. E. Waldo and Havocs Red Grots, Nalal Bed Crosa, Jaffray Red Cross, I. 0. D. E., Fer- nle.............. -Military, Y. M. C. A. Tobacco Fund.-., Mn. H. GouM ,1. Gocpel, treasurer, Canadian' Palrlollc Fund Victoria M.113.0 25.0 60.9 300.00 100.00 COL. SANDERS, C. M, i many nutnlcd men aa An official aniionhcement from the department'-1 set Ihe gen- eral belief .thtat; every -mtrrled TDRH would flrsl levy. annoiiucemenl men whose' viTes or children havo mcans of oupport will be liable to mili- tary t. census bur- eau revealed Lhe fact that almost one. bait oE the. men' available, for draft under the law arc married. Any Bwecplpg exclusion ot married men would seriously deplete tho able1 material. announcement prepared todn; by the provcwl Jurahal icnerai'a of flea slates: "The Ret CBlabllslalng the sel dratt president lo ex cluflo or From the drafts lime In a status with respect lo per dependent" upon them 'or lort which their exclusion rv discharge Only thoaa whose mast rely upon them for support should claim exemption and, of coana, married men bctweeu tho ages of 21 and 20, Inclusive, must .register-whether or not they propoM lo claim AT THE EMPRESS The Upheaval Is (he feature al the Emproaa On Jim Gordon falls Lhe political mantle of his father, "Big Jim" Gordon. Tbe father, lias the leader of a corrupt ring. Lut (.he ion delermlncE to be I run to Ihe leach I np of Itls ijoad mother, and uee.hla poaltlou (or purjjoECS. However, ho Is not (jivcn credit for aUruIarn. U Is lahoci for granted both by Lhe general public and Ly the poli- ticians wftofie Icadcrsliip he has In- hcrit-M IhaL a erafter. as bla fatherhaii beta; He succeeds In get- llDE'tfce U I littles nil! passed. The New American, a newspaper under maugements, warns the public ag- ainst what II calia iiis hyijocrlsy. he geia the Water fiato Hill passed Ihey filIU acciiFc him of hav- ing i6nm DCfarlouE Echcinc "up his Eleeve" Lo defraud Ilic public. AT THE ORPHEUM "Dtmaivd Goods" the vital drama of moral uplift, T-l.lc.! is lo appear at icsilay lor a return the story ot a young man who, quite against own de- sire, la forced Into clrcurasUnces, which "end In a night of debauchery Ith a girl of the Etreels. hater he com> i upon a former college friend In K deformed, tMlEted. horrible beg gar cm sLrecta, anj Icarus tbal the change from a Elrong man Lo the specimen of degraded humanity is tho result 9t the disease ensuing from a Hie of HcenLlousncEs. Is seized with a dread lest he himself may have become Infested wlth'lhe lie buys a scientific Ireatiae on the Biibjecl. and realizes with the 1 rouble which has of late I bothering him. that his one ulgLl of license has coal him what tie little Creamed ol. The drama, shows fur- ther the methods of real mcdicil men In handling the horrible Illness. ai.J .be schemes by which doctors who advertise apeeuy cures ntiu make Jheuielvcs rich by preylne on wen -B who come lo them for treat- U discloses tbclr methods; of ilng for tho ailment, and their promises of cure, none of which are ever realked, AT THE MAJESTIC "BoQule Jean" In which the famous open Jbelr engagement at the tomorrow (Tuesday) night, [B ilic Eatue splendid success that look the United States end Can- ada by etoriu last sea sou. It IB garderj as one of tho assuredly great successes of iLe decade, H, light opera eparkHog with crisp comedy, replete with wonderful musical numb era, and pretentious In rich costumes i scenSe Investiture. The bare an- nouncement lhat the Famous Bos- loniani are tho piece Js i guarantee of their high standard of ability, for no manager would dare :lempl auch a sumptuous produc- on wlluout a. of tho highest tai- nt. The engagement Is for three Ignis, Tuesday, Wednesday and j f. All seats are on sale at now. NAIIALISiyHVEl In oomparlnc the symptoms described Sat. June 8-9 Montreal, June corres- pondent of Le Devoir ears that Hon. L. secretary.-of atale, ad declared that he was coasijrlpllon, Is about to'change his mind and that he has Informed the thai he Is nol contempUt- rebtg'nlng If conscription la voted; h'as' been reported- The dfspa'tch also Blatea that Hon. Albert Sfevlpiy vrill vote for conscription. it. W. A. Buchanan Secures Infor- mation From Geologicil Survey Department A ot New Dayton took up with W, A. Duthanan, lha ter of havlng'a test well aunlc at New Dayton Dominion government. Mr. Buchanan.fojinil out from the de-_ pa r I men t that New Dayton wu not la the terHtory the govcrntnent making teatx for irtesEau well8 but lie secured tome Informatton; from Mr. D.- Dowllng. irho buen. In barge of (he well testing operattooa n Southern thti may be of nteresl to the' rcnldeoLR ot New Uaylon district, In a letter to Mr. Distinguished Singing Cait, with JULIUS. VELIE TUESDAY WEDNESDAY at the Gut-RBteAmerican BootShop will be Two Days of Real Money Savings to Buyers of Good Footwear a dramatization of one the most widely read in the; ait decade, by Gene Stratlon Porter.; announced lor Friday and! alurdoy, June S and 9 at Hie Majestic catre, with special matinee on Sat-1 rdBJ'. From literary Elnndards there hare ecu (ew greater nature slorlea writ- on. That It has been maxvclo'jsly opular is attested by the Tact that ver five million persons havo read When one has read a story there s always B desire to Gee it played; o see the characters In real life, and hia la undoubtedly ILo most import- ill reason (or the success or' Freckles" ae ft ions play. During Is trial performances it drew record reading audiences, and with unani- mous acclnlm the prophecy went forlh, hat Us success as a Bong play would qual ftE unqualified success as a ovel- On regular lour IhEs season, with a complete Bcenic equipment, nd a itrong company of artists and Ingcrs, Is playing to capacity audU cDs everywhere. t Undor the management anj dlrec- ton of the United Producing company, known from coast lo coast as pro- lucers of nothing but clean, healthy, Iramattc attractions, this song play hit s making theatrical history. WALK-OVER BOOTS Ladles' Russia Tan Celt But- ton Boota. Medium toe, Cuban beel, Goodjear irollcU sole. 2ii to 7. Regular o fn 57.50. Tuea. and Wed. O.JU WALKOVER BOOTS Ladles' Patent QuLLon, cloth lop, plain toe, Goodyear weltx. Sires 2% to 7. Regular J9.50. Tuea. and Wed... Just a Few Days Left to Buy Real Shoes at-Factory Prices. Good Ladles' Patent Button Boota, dull 3cld Cuban Good- year welled soles. Sizes Regular 55.00. Tucs. and Wed....... LadJeV Tan Pumps, Walk- Over make. Goodyear welts, Stamped on sole by maken, price Tuesday and 1 GETTING READY FOR CIRCUS DAY It la not generally known lo the pub- ic, but U Is a fact that one-third of he entire operating expense of a circus is Inturrcd In the vork oE ihc id ranee army of men that have come and gone, unseen by the average cir- iua goer, before the hlg ahovr put In Is appearance. The advertising rant- er, its illslribQllon. express, freight, etc., togclher with the salaries flhd og exnenses to vase sums of money. Tho advance 'staff of the James Patterson Trained Wild An- mal Show, combined with the Coll- mar Bros. Clrciis, consists or.a gen- eral agent, n railroad confractor, sev- eral local conlracllng agents, press agents, a No. I advertising car with Llll posters; n N'o, 2 ad- vertising car wJlli bill- posters, an orposltion hrigade wUh riffeen liHI-nosters, Klhographera Dannermen. In addition tbrce days ahead of the show travels the pro- gram "brigade, followed by the route rtder and finally, one day ahead comes the twenty-four mao. The'general agent is a man of long experience In the show b.uslncsa. Generally he Is a man who lias dona almost' every line oE work of a circus and 1Y familiar with every, angle. Ho Is really an advance manager. The first man to leave winter quarters, about the Itrst 'of each year, Js the railroad contractor. He goes to the r 200 pairs of Dornlliy Dodd Shoes. Sizes 2 to 4 will be offered Tucsrtiiy-Wednesday at Ladles' Hlg Top Lace While Children's .White Gumt-Canvas Root. Plain toe, white Smart, Cool Summer A heel, turned soles. Tues. o J r variety ot these DOW being: Wcrl. Special od at Factory Ccwt 100 pairs ot Lad lea1 Patent Kid, gunmelAl, dnll kid and tea ,-calf SLIPPERS. 2 to 4. Regular to ifC -Tuesday and Wednesday The Cut-Rate American Boot Shop BENTLEY'S OLD STAND 116 FIFTH STREET generRl offices ot the various .railroads and discusses rales, etc. Here lie is able lo gel a line on Ihc pros-ppctivc routes of other circuses. There are no published tariffs governing Iho movements of circuses. All the big shows own their own railroad cars and they arrange whh. the railroads for the use of Ihelr tracfc and motive power. It requires two nnd some time 5 more GCcUoos of trains to trassiiort Ihc Jamns Patterson Tralheil Wild Animal- Show and Golltnar Uros. Circus, which will 'give a grand free parade and two performances on Friday, June 16. stands. A mass -meeting of electrical vorkerE has been called (or Sunday afternoon, and U Is likely that there will follow a series of public meetings next week for the Bake of plainly slating the case that the men have against Premier SI lion's department, C- NORWAY'S BIG LOSS BY SUBMARINES London, June 4, 11.24 According lo news received hf the Norwegian 4 rorly-nlne NonreKian 4 snips with a grosa ot 4 were sunk In May. ty-flve lives were lost, TAKING THE PLATFORM. Edmonton, June 2. So aggralved are the governments telephone employes ihat they are.'abonl to lake to the platform In order to give the public a knowledge of lust hov the LIONEL BAHRYMOHE in Lawrante MeCloakay'a 5-Aef 400 feet a more certain aiipplf la" obtained In this country to the east, bat thla Is derlred froni rainfall and apt to fall In acutmi of drouth. The Binds from which, the artealan aupply In the lower country to the tail li belnf drawn at about feet In depth, tout U then rlaei to abnnt 2900 feel above aea and af New Dayton la mennj that It woaM havn lo bo JS7 but-l( water were found In this sand and not It Is that It 'would be a permanent supply ag wa nle III origin to1 seepage from Milk P.lrer. U .would have nome sbda In It, bnl Ihe ordinary baklnii would not be Injurious (o and for helped hy the use 6( a little muriatic acid which the to common The aaionnt II not sufficient to be noticeable u sail. Tha Kda hat a more uotlceable taste, Not Affected We hear abont the cheatnnt Which Kerns to icaro a kit of loUi. But hnmorlila need not- take fright, hun'l hart the crop o( Jotm. CUT JoWDai 1WIS 3 Nights Starting Tomorrow, June 5 CHANCE OF BILL DAILY B. E. LANQ OFFERS The Famous CHANGE OF BILL DAILY THE DELIGHTFUL SCOTCH OPERETTA NIE JEAN" iAli-J HAUNTING MILODIM FROLICSOME COMEDY Prices 2'x; CHANGE OF BILL DAILY INTOXICATING OANCCI ALL SEATS AT ''NOW.