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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LKTHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD JUNE .10, lOlfi, Will Visit Other Southern Al- berta On Agricultural Topics The Agriculture department of thn province has completed iirranstmionts for the annual trip of Its mixed farm- ing special train, and the following arc the dntes on which the train 'will Btop Souihern Alberta points: Cowlcy, Friday .lune 23. 2 p.m. Pincher. June 23. 7 p.m. Lethbridge, Saturday June C-l, 2 p.m. Madeoii. Juno 24. 7 p.m. Granuni. Monday, June 26. C p.m. Clares holm. Juno -6. 7 p.m. train will stay about two hours! at each point. The train will consist Of 14 cars including two cars of pure bred horses aim cattle to be used for judging ami demonstration Other cars will contain exhibits on j which demonstrations and lectures be given on different phases of j agricultural work and demonstration purposes. Amonpst other things these i exhibits will include models of farm J buildings suitable for dairy cattle. hogs, sheep, poultry and veterinary i exhibits. There will also be exhibits j of game, grains, grasses, weeds, sam- j OFFICER LOST IN NAVAL FIGHT pies of students' -work at the agricul- tural schools, dairy products and farm dairy equipment. A. special car will be provided for children so that mo- thers may be freo to attend tha lec- tures. Lieut. A. P. McMullen.. R.N., who went down with HJI.S. Invincible in the Jutland Coast naval engagement. His loss has been confirmed by the Admiralty. His parents live in Dixie, Ont Lust cvPiiiiiR Chief Hardy notioet what appeared to be two men comhit, )ut of a Third Avenue biocx. consider itily under the Influence of liquor. He ook them hi tow. guided them round o the polfce station and was rathoi surprised to leurn that one of his prisuuers was a woman. .Marjorie {arris, better known to the Erniorniij las "Babo." spent tho night in the colls also in man's apparel, and this morn- ling was charged with soliciting. At j first she wanted her trial postponed jhut when .Magistrate Elton refused [ball, she decided to plead guilty, and I was fined and costs and three {months, with an additional three months in default of payment of the tine. When told this morning that she would have to appear before the magistrate she at first declared Unit she would not appear in men's clothes, [but on being told she would have to appear she borrowed a rain- coat and in its protecting folds she made her entrance into the court I room. "Babe" has a reputation for breaking up families and it was as j much for this reason as for any I she was put behind the bars. About la month ago she was ordered out of town. Next day she 'A-as committed to the police barracks for a month at ilacleod, and had just returned when she was caught masquerading in man's 311'effort to deceive the po- lice. Her companion of the afternoon was fined three and costs. GERMANS CLAIM TO HAVE WON THIS LITTLE SCRAP. Berlin, June 9. via :TJie following official communication' was Issued today: "This morning, off the Flanders L, there was an artillery tween German outpost boats and ene- my monitors and destroyers at long range. Several of our salvoes were observed to have good effect. The enoLiy withdrew in the direction .or Dunkirk, The German, forces were not diii'ssod.'' _ "During ilie afternoon, a battle air boat was shot down by one of our seaplanes. The i occupants were captured by one of our sub- Capt, Johii Simpson, a veteran Can- adian navigator aud shipbuilder, died at his "home in Owen Hound in his Plat pain, quite active, and attending to business.. Don't neglect yonr kidneys. If you suffer from pain IB the? back, constant headaches, swollen hands ankles, pains in the jomts.-yoor kidneys or bladder need immediate attention. Gin Pills ahpnld be used at once. ost dealers sell Gin Pills. If yon cannot get them, send ug 50 cents for one bos, or for 6 bores; A sample box free upon What the Press Agents Say The-Cresttftf'lhe 113lh Overseas A W Senior Major M Paymaster Captain Captain Porltr ical Offccr Captain Leech Captains Lethbridge Overseas Battalion Thejfighting- blood of them to'freedom's cause, now as in days of Robert the Bruce f "in Canada as among native hills and With Laiigemark, Feiittiberfc and St. Eloi to emulate, the "Lefhbridge Highlanders" are waiting.the to CanadaVlaurels and V.C's. beards that-go. :ywth Scottish blood grow B Kramer in the vigorous life of active service, anct try good razors are appreciated in proportion. In training camps and trenches the Gillette Safety Razor soon proved its superior keenness, comfort, and con- venience. Lucky Gillette owners have shared their gaod fortune as widely bu{ .every man who hasn't one wants a Gillette for himself. And dovthevnot deserve it Do yourbikby at least, with a 'Recruiting in Letbhidfe. Gillette Safety VAUDEVILLE AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT The headliner act; the "Wetzeil von Etta Trio in their offering consists of playing various .musical instni ments. trombones cornets, saxophones, is the first act ot this nature to come through here since the first of the winter, Tliis act is surely a treat, and the youngest member of -the company who cannot be more than 17 years old, is certainly a marvel with the cornet. Her work and her pleasing manner is worth the price of admis- sion alone. Next come F. Rae and Cole, who, according to. their billing, do songs, patter and. dances and are certainly very adept in tnese various lines of Frank evened the show with a pleasing bunco; of songs and dances which were appreciated by all The bill is filled in with sis e-S- cellent reels of pictures and an ex- cellent concert rendered by the or- chestra. At St-arlaiid The feature at Starland tonight will again he "Captain Courtesy" with Dus- tia Farnum in the leading role. This is a splendid Paramount picture. Par- amount Travel series No. IS will also bs shown. Owing to the.inclemency of the weather last. night .the-duet was'cancelled, hut Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming will sing "Home to our Moun- tains" from "III tonight. On Monday ana Tuesday Mae Mur- .uy win be seen in a great LasKy pic- turizatioa of Mary Johnston's widely read novel, "To Have arid To Hold." Miss Murray is supported by a very strong cast, including Wallace Reid, Tom Forman and others. The play promises to be one of the must fas- cinating productions yet shown in the city. The synopsis will appear in Monday's Herald. At the Empress The feature at the Empress tonight is the Bluebird production, "John Needham's Double." produced by the SmaHeys and featuring Tyonne Power. Those who saw this picture last night declare it to be as good as has been shown in the city. A war order for pairs of ser- vice trousers, approximating in value nas been awarded the. Walker Pant and Shirt company, of Chatham. OUTINGS WITH TH (1] A Group of Guides. [5] Lake Louiie [2] Ticing the Diamond Hitch, [8] Where the Camp Fire Blazes [4] Camping at foot of Mt. AMtniboine, AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS on Thursday, June 15 1 O'CLOCK SHARP EIGHT MILES EAST OF NEW DAYTON, TEN MILES NORTH OF WARNER, SOUTH-EAST QUARTER SECTJON 3, TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 17. HORSES. Age Weight 1 Bay Mare 4 years 1260 Ibs. 1 Black Mare 3 1200 1 Bay Gelding......................... 3 1260 1 .Black Mare......................... 9 1300 1 Bay Gelding 8 1400 1 Bay Gelding 7 1400 1 Gelding H 1700 1 Black Gelding S 1600 All broken tn httmees. 1 Gelding, 1 year. 3 Setts of team harness. IMPLEMENTS 1 Massey Harris Binder. 1 Cockshutt Gang Plow 12 in. 1 4-Scction Iron Harrow. 1 Lumber WMon and Tank. 1 Lumber Wagon- 1 Democrat BUCJT. 1 Sulky Plow, 14-Inch. 1 Massey-Harris Cultivator. 1 Harrow Cart. 1 Hay Rack. 1 Cart. Forks, Shovels and other articles balance payable on January 1st, 17, with approved Joint notes with 8 per cent on all credit amounUi or 6ft on all credit amounts. CHRIS LARSEN, J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. No rewrvc, ail the told his farm. Why Shamed by Blotchy Skin If you are a sufferer from Eczema or unsightly pimply skin, you know just what it means to have that hu- miliating, backward feeling about meeting strangers and oftentimes friends Many a time you have looked Into the mirror and wished that your skin would be like other people tbat you know, "without a blemish." This wish can be yours for- the If you will go to the druggist and pro- i cure a bottle of D. D. IX, the greatest of all skin remedies, apply it accord- ing to directions, in a1 short time your skin will be as soft as velvet. Come In and ask for a bottle today on our money-back guarantee. Aak al- ao about D. D. D, Soap, that the akiu heallliy. pk For 18 Ytart LI. tto 8kin' Remedy J. D. HiglnboUiam Limit- ed. Druggists, Lethbridge, Advertisement. _ -HO and what Is an .OiitUtter? The real genuine article Is a VV mountain man: guide, philoso- pher, friend, cook, lumber jack, bridge-builder, broncho buster, hunter found under tne one suit, of clothes. He is a comparatively new type ra the Canadian Pacific Rockies, repre- senting a new profession. You'll find him at every C.P.K. tourist point in Ihe mountains, at your service for a modest fee lust to keep the pot boll- ing. You can buy more good f ellowehip and more undiluted happiness and health in this way than in .'any. other yet Invented. 1 know, for v I've tried it out many a time. May I introduce you to a sample Outfitter, at Field, "say. or it might ai easily be Glacier or Lake.Louise or Banff: A gang .of tenderteet have arranged for a trip ithroiigk the Yoho Valloy. The Imperial Limited ttav- ing dumped us on the platform, dun- nage bags and'all. it does not take long for Mr. Outfitter to give us wel- coiiie, with a grip of the hand that says: "I'll see you through." From across -the Kicking Horse .River cornea a procession of cavalcade no leas, with n couple pE trusties- to assist the boss. So ive are, sorted out to our mounts, as wo eye each other with mutual suspicion I don't'like the look in the eye of Ne buclianezar (Nob. for but we bit, It off fairly well on the trail. So TyeYe off, single file, a truly wonder- ful procession of assorted humans Isn't It jolly just to be in. God's gar- dan In the open to have all crea- tion .to. wander In, to be hitting the trail to wonderlands beyond, while giant peaks, like Stephen and Cathe- dral, Field and Burgoss, .look down upon us midgets from" their towerine peaks But it is ot the Outfitter I want to write. It is worth the whole price of admission to watch him do things arid handle situations, to corral a wan- dering horse and quiet a refractory one, to -b'o everywhere- at the same time, to help the girl from Chicago and the matron from Montreal, and the male tenderfoot .from elsewheres in dismounting and mounting, and in guiding 'their mounts through turbu- lent streams and tanglcy woods No Jess adaptive are they in the ramp Thej can 1'e ass or gun HFJ adeptly as tho reins .of- a bron- cho. They can fell a tree across a stream .wUh unerring ac- or cut a way through a maze of underbrush or. Devil's Clubs; So the Wero well pitched and T tl i nicest of beds made or pdo; AH ono had to do watt u spread bis blankets, make human roll of himself and then1 journey to" Slumber Land, regardless- of "disturbing gophers or porcupines. But it Is as a cook that'the Outfitter shines most .brightly. The elaborate many-coursed meal at a 'C hotel' tasted no they taflte well the four-eourse meal Bill serv- ed at; a quick; lunch speed, with un- limited reserves in the end oi'.his lit- tle cookery tent Everything from mush to bannock anil tea; was on tap, at and in between meals and at bed time. J And then tho happy tlmos-around the camp fire revealed the. Outfitter in a new of a storyteller of raie quality, a raconteur, too. In- deed the trail trip as a whole nhow- eel BUI up lo be a Gentleman, a Ben- cfanor, nm! a .-Philanthropist, So there1 Tells of Work of Presbyterian Missions "Winnipeg, June fiub- Jpct of foreign miislons tn which the Presbyterian church In Canada has been engaged in for more than 60 iru tho theme of addresses in connection with the annual mwtlng of general aieambly. The included two missionaries from Hon- an, China, two from India, and two leaders In this worK at home. India was represented "by the Rev. Frank Rucsell and Rev. R. A. King, both gra- duates of Manitoba college, Winnipeg, both well-known here. China wan represented by Rov. W. itarvey Grant, of Toronto, anil Dr. McChire, who have spent many years in Hotmn. Others sneakers were Principal Al- fred Gandjfir, ni Khos College, Toron- to, who is the .chairman of the foreign mission board, and Venerahle Tlov. Ur. R. MacKay, the efficient secre- tary, of tho board. It was.reported that during the year BID ROSE 1016 the church In Canada-had ex- pended on tho Trinidad mis- sion, in Korea, in the Island of Formosa, In India, SOOiOOO in Honiin, China In South China; and other sums In .other countries. In addition to this, native funds had been provided in large amounts. In the medical.misslons-liv 000 patients had been treated In Hon- an, North China, and In" .India. Mrs. W, K. Gibson died at after a long Illness She and her late husband came from.Montreal and settled In Petrolea some 45 years ago. ;