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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1917 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE HEALTHIEST ONE IN THE FAMILY llo Sign Of Dropsy And Kidney Trouble Si�o� T�klnt "FRUIT-STIVES- '., HATTIE WARREN Port Robinson, Ont., July 8th, 1915. "Wo havo used "Fruit-a-tivcs" in Bur houso forever throa years and hava �.ltvaya found them a good medicine. Our little girl, llattie, was troubled with JCidney Disease, 'f ho Doctor said she vas threatened with Dropsy. Ilorlimbs and body were all swollen and we began to think sho could not live. Finally, we decided to try ."Fruit-a-tivcs". She began to show improvement after life had given her afew tablets. In a short time, the swelling had nil gono down and her flesh began to look more natural. Now Sholslho healthiest one in the family and has no signs of the old ailment. |We can not say too much for " Fruit-a-trves" and would never bo without .them".  WILLIAM WARREN. 1 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. (At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit a-tives Limited, XKtawa. AGREE TO INCREASE IN THE FREIGHT RATES Winnipeg, .tune 23.-Despite strenuous efforts on the part of officers" of the bort'rd of trade, retail Wrch-ants association and. Isaac Pltblado representing the provincial government, opposition to the IE per cent, increase in freight rates on the Canadian railroads was considerably weakonod at the hearing before the railway commission today when .1. 10. Walsh and W. It. Ingram of the trafric department of the prairie province:! branches of the Canadian Manufacturers association, speaking for their organization, practically agreed that the transportation companies woro entitled to a higher rate. Roth Mr. Walsh and Mr. Ingram agreed to the advance with t.ln> understanding that it should bo temporary as a war measure only and that the prevailing classification should not be changed. They made nn exception in the raise for such nrticlos as coal, coke, crushed stone, sand and gravel. P. O. HedHon, representing the implement, dealers, said that the entire question could be loft safely with the commission as a war measure, provided the commission bolicved the 15 per cent, increase to bo necessary. Me expressed the hope that better service would result from the raise. Horace Chovrler, dominion president of the retail merchants association, wno strongly opposed to all changes in classification and the rates. K. D. Martin, chairman of the ship-purs' section of the Winnipeg hoard of trade, registered strenuous objection to the increase, declaring it was an additional burden upon the proseni high cost of living. Whdts the Press Agents Say AT THE MAJESTIC Cunning, the supermind, and bis company of wonder workers will give their farewell porfornviiieo at the Majestic tonight. Intense interest lias been aroused in the city over the remarkable telegraphic Intuition of Cunning, who. in some of his various feats seems almost supernatural. Several new Illusions will be offered tonight, and prnctlenlly a new program throughout will be presented. 11 SAYS FAREWELL TO PAUL Another Member of The Herald Staff Joins Ranks-Tribute to Active Service Men DIRECTORY OF AUTO-LIVERY AND DRAYING DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner & Witcholl Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St Hemm's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Drivers Pho'ne 1312 Dallas Hotel KING EDWARD TRANSFER and AUTO LIVERY Office Phone 652 Residence phone 1341 NO ANNEXATIONS London. June 23.-According to Amsterdam correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Socialist workmen held a public meeting in Munich, Bavaria. Wednesday and passed a resolution in favor of socialists of all hol-ligerents starting an agitation for immediate poacc on a basis of no annexation. AT STARLAND Little Marguerite Clark, who has graced the garb of prince, patipor, or-phan, Spanish girl, little Irish lass, Swiss maiden and others too numerous to mention, will be seen for the first time in "Silks nnd Satins." This beautiful photo romance produced by Hie Famous Players Film Co., will be shown at Starfand Monday and Tuesday on the Paramount Program. In this unusual romance Miss Clark is a modern girl who is to marry a certain young dandy against iter wish-| os. Through the careless manoeuvring | of a table, a drawer is dislodged, which had heretofore been unseen, revealing a diary with an avenue of escape from her predicament Inscribed In It by an ancient relative, of the Eighteenth Cen-] tury, who had been in a like predlca-| ment. The plot Is a combination of an i old love story with one of modern origin. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Office-C P, R. Freight Sheds PHONES Office ........... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 A very pleasant little affair took place last, evening in the Hudson Bay tea rooms, when the "happy family" of The Herald gathered .to say farewell to still another member of the staff who has enlisted* for active service, and also to pay tribute to those who are already in the service. The guest of the occasion was Sapper Paul Jones, who has Joined the engineers and leaves Sunday evening | to take a special course in signalling. He has been one of the most popular members of the staff, and the "bunch" gave him a great send-off last night. Thirty-three members of the staff sat. down to a very tasty dinner provided by the Hudson Bay Co. and served on daintily decorated tables. The only outsider present was R. J. C. Stead, publicity commissioner of the C. P. R. natural resources department, who was a guest of the staff for the occasion, he having been in the city attending the water supply conference. As an old newspaper man he came in to fraternize. Mr. Torrance acted as toastmaster of the evening . After the toast to the king, a toast was proposed to the chief, Mr. Buchanan, at present In Ottawa. Mr. Long: proposed tills-| toast, nnd it. .was responded to with, great enthusiasm. The toast to the members of the staff on" active service was proposed by Mr. Groff and Mr. Downing, and responded to by Mr. Faunch. The toast to the guest of honor, Mr. Jones, was proposed by Mr. Frey and Mr. Evans, the latter, on behalf of the staff, presenting Paul with a handsome wrist watch. Paul was given a great ovation, and re-sfondud in a few words in which lie than/ed the staff for. their kindness. On behalf of the firm Mr. Torrance also maw Mr. JoneB a handsome presentation. . Toasts were also proposed to Mr. Shuntz, the departing accountant, Mr. Matthews the new accountant, to the "night staff" Mr. Ferguson, to the ladles, which was gracefully responded to. by the lady members of the staff, to Mr. Nicholson of Toronto, a former mombor of the staff, who is to be married shortly; to Mr. Stead, and to the worthy janitor of The Herald, Mr. Moody. The members of the Herald staff on lactive servico now are: Gunner Ivan Mathers, Lieut. Roy Buchanan, Pte. Joe Gillespie, Pte. Bryan Smythe, Bdr. Clarence Sherlock, Gunner E. Faunch, Pte. F. Robins, Gunner L. Cascadden, and Sapper Paul Jones, ARE !ED able. The scenes mentioned Include, Idcsl of course, only a tiny fraction of those I port which make up the production as a' whole, but serve to indicate that Chaplin's orginality Is unlimited and that as llmo goes on ho can create, morn and more situation*! that in themselves alone abound in untold comedy possibilities. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. Amsterdam, June 2:'.-The Bohemian village of Crossborowltz has been royeil by fire, according to re- and forest, fires arc said to bo rag-s received by the Berlin Tagoblatt ing on Lotslinger heath. Clean to handle. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. Toronto Conservator; Music Athens, June 23.-Deportation from Piraeus of a large number of prominent Greeks including Demetrious Gounaris, farmer minister of justice, and communications in the Zatmis cabinet. General Dousmanis and Colonel Metaxas, was witnessed by a large crowd of spectators. With the exception of officers who have been transferred to Peloponnesus all pro-German3 are now under surveillance and must remain in their homes. Notable among these persons arc former Premiers Dragoumis, Skou-lodis and Lambros. The Hudson Auto Livery A big Six Cylinder 7-passenger car. One of the best and most comfortable cars in the city to ride in. COUNTRY TRIP8 PREFERRED Residence Phone 1269-Calls Day or Night. Day Phone, Palace Confectionery 668. "Meet us at the Palace." ' BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldge, Alberta We know the country thor oughly. We have had the experience, -It Is paid Tor. TRY US. Phone 1206 t For Sale CARY SAFE, inside dimensions 19x27x16. 8 FT. STANDING DESK. SINGLE DRAY. All In first class condition. Phone 1384 P.O.. Box 538 163-0 BACK AT WORK. Petrograd, Juno 22.-The railway men of the first section of the road connecting Petrograd and Moscow, who wont on strike without awaiting the award of the commission appointed to examine their claims have resumed work. The government has increased their wages AT THE EMPRESS The Bluebird to be exhibited at the Empress tonight will have popular Frankly.! Farnum as its star with pretty Agnes Vernon iiis lending lady. "The Clock"'sp/cijya how a spendthrift had the time-oi 'his life and was abruptly and thoroughly reformed by the girl lie loves. How the good work was accomplished is disclosed in spirited episodes that advance with increasing interest and speed, until in the final moments of the story when the "surprise finish" will stir the appreciation of every devotee of the screen Aaron Hoffman, author of the play, has contributed one of the most unique and pleasing photoplays ever produced. The newest Mutual-Chaplin Special entitled "The Immigrant," will be shown Monday at The Empress one day only. The inimitable Chaplin is shown coming to America in the steerage of a vessel bound for the "promised land" and surrounded by a swarm of immigrants th*l put to shame any similar collection over assembled at Ellis Island. Jlist- to look at them is to laugh. ..Jiater on the action shifts ashore and Chaplin creates a perfect gale of merriraent:\by his "business" in a restaurant. Hilf discovery that he is short of theiififnds with which to settle his bill arid'his efforts to delay actual payment aMb.^nply indescrib A. S. VOGT, Mus. Doc, Musical Director Unrivalled facilities for professional and non-professional students in all departments of musical instruction. , REOPENS September 1, 1917 RESIDENCE FOR YOUNG WOMEN STUDENTS Send for Year Book and Local Centre Syllabus and Women's Residence Pamphlet. CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION Special Calendar F. II. KIRKPATRICK, Ph.D. Principal Public Reading, Physical and Vocal Culture, Dramatic A,rt and Literature. If You Want to Buy a GOOD Piano or Player-Piano A RELIABLE instrument, remember that RELIABILITY is a generation old characteristic of the House of Mason & Risch, makers of "Canada's First and Foremost Piano, The Best Piano Built." Mason & Rlsch Pianos and Player Pianos are distinctive, both in quality and price. No better Piano can be had at ANY, price-no "JUST AS GOOD" at SAME price. They c  ! V 0663 ;