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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAHCII c, mi? THE LF.Trmmnr.K D'ATY PAGE FIVE BOW ISLAM) >ti V. Hurst lias conmioncod busi- ness Ibis week In Dow Island as u" nndertalrar and cmbalmer and li already quite a stuck of funeral sup H. Keiifrcw bad .'llio misfortune to liavo his car badly damaged by tiro from using kcrosono In Uio radiator. W 'failure and have arrived from U.'Tlioy will occupy llio W. 11. r.iwor.ii farm. Ij'lng went of Iho road. Mra. Sinclair of Coaldale, Is at (he flail hospital In l.cihhrlde.0, recovering from-a serlou" operation. Nick Minimi moved Irom tho V U. Nortoi) cast (arm to a new larm near Skiff. Nazar Mlatoff will occupy Jlr, Norton's farm Ibis season. Tlie March mooting of Coalilalc Chapter O.B-8. .was held on Monday night. Mrs. C. S. Cresl has returned from a visit I" Montana. Mr. and Blrn. Wi H. I'awjon liave re turned from Illinois, coming back via Denver and Great Falls. Tho Ladles' AM-held a or Saturday evening, at which Ihe re- ceipts amounted lo JGQ.85. Tics were paid for according lo Iho weights o! their respective' makers. A shorl pro- -am was given. Work Is progmeslng quite rapidly on the new restaurant, llio hardware store and Farm Products new liay warehouse-. VULCAN (From the Advocate.) The ragular meeting of llio Worn Inalltulo was held at llio home of Mrs Btevvarl on Saturday, Fcbrj-. vriwu, 16th. MoEdamcB McWHUainsI WD rcerct report tho death of Another blacksmith shop Is on Its nnd Ilolfo ivorc elected delegates to fituarl, tlio 62 day old son ofU-ay lo completion, ouned by Mr. Ihe convention lo lie liold In Caluary.Uir and Mrs. Wm. McPhorton who noidcn. Mr. lloldcn was formerly March H-16-16. Our memborahlp On Monday, death being lo employed by Mr. Doane and It al liow 10 and an iirgonl In-UronchUI-pncumonla. Tho chllJ had Vltatlon Is extended lo nil women ol ill for 13 days town mid country lo come and Join jir. Georgo McQueen Is _ us..... build a residence on Atlanlle Avenue Ibv Miss nullock aud Miss II, Adams; lerlou Tluiiilro, IE an exact replica by Miss Adams and MUs Haw- that running llicic anil was 'ken anil instrumental by In lliclr Btuillos. It has Uucn i-areiully Mil's Man S VerrfthmcLls were cast and for Mr. Brown himself a Ul- Fprved V'- assured In llio rolo ot a very A carload ot boreos, u an unloaded I tood voui'E man wlio, by an ainazins ou Batlirday Tlioy arrived In fcrlcs of Ingenious situations, Is [ore 7. r.A In .Inroivn and aBJUtllC Various uu pauj.unj. condition from Ontario and will auctioned off on Wednesday. -Jlr- 51. llolwrlb returned on Satur- day from Bpqnding (ho wlnlcr In California. A successful bake sale was held hi1 ll.o Women's Aid Society al Ihc rest lo deceive and guinea. rooms on .Saturday. J2G.OO. 'J'liov AT TiIK (HIPHEUM E. Powell tllEll.ijiiilslicil Austral Ian magician ami nil csrchenl com- iir al Ihe Orniicum four Wednesday, March Mr. Cook of Cnlgary has acccpleil Mr. Powell has liccn on the road for AHEXPEBIOH GOLDS Comparatively few people realize lhat cold is a signal of physical weakness. To Heal a cold we.ikcning i physics, alcoholic syrups or chugged pills, may smoihcrthc cold bulllicy also reduce llicbody powers sulHiutlicr ami invilc moie serious sickness. Scott's h.isalv.aysbccn an expert on colds', because it peculiarly enriches the blood, quickly lews up the luim an.I strciif.lhtns b-illl Ihrml and ;Iiesl. Try Scott's. Kcfnsc Biibstili' AUCTION HALE Ulqasom ECliool reopens on Monday. Tlio danco ani) box social In aid or the baseball learn, was well pat- ronlicd and n pleasant evening held Over (300 wns Iho result. What the Press Agents Say magicians will, his Blmicndoiis mys- tery spectacle. Powell's piTtoniiatic'1 marks tlic of a new era of Icgnr domain. His work la ballllug, mysll- fyliig an'l Ihrllllng. Mi. Powell IE llio originator am) In- accident he learns of the plol to make his fianceo tnvn .ogilnst him an-t marry false friend. Iminrc-l by rcvenxc, ha words hla way up more. Ki-enlually he succveils In snir-1 Ins the man who Irlckcil lilm In a financial trap lhat mcani luln. Hut, iouchcd to the depths of his nature by hlB former sweetheart's distress, j Norman sacrifices his vengeance at Mi. Powell IE llio originator ann in- hour. out of HIP: ventor of every effect he presents anil Ot Jcalh, by Ihe aid of veiled i will select program from a larjvi repertoire of weird and il- lusions, AT THE RMPRESS The story of "Tho Unpardonable j at Ihc KniprcsE tonight li as destiny, N'orman al last faces a ncw llfi- wllh Iho Blrl. forma the fasclna'-; Ine and Brliiijtne culmination ot Slilencllil iihotodranu. local DHL BONITA (From Our Own Correspond Del Honlta, Feb. nnlnn tin. of'the U, F. held la second meeting nf the Richfield chool house, Eighteen mem- era were enrolled. Tlio meeting rlllch was well attended, about 200 icoplo being presenl, closed witli a dance and the raffling of John Tay Afler a long porloil of quiescence, as B00n as llio wcalher modcralcs. tho annual meeting of the Dow iBlinilli-he EEvero weather of Iho past week Board was held In llio 1, 0. brought bulldinc opcrallons lo a 6 F iiall on Friday eve.ilns last. W; standstill. A. Daternan, President, occupied tho chair, and alter the minutes of tho list meeting had been read and ap- proved and several communlcallona ileall. wllh, he called.for nomhiallons for" 'Ihe ro'spccllve- brfiees. weio lilted as.follows: President, W.I P. Cotton: T. It. Blijho; .11. S. 1 BeatUi; taccjijlve '.comniiltee, Slessrs: R. .11. HobcrlBoii, J. Ol- W. -A. P. ,K. Duimage... 'Tho 'qiieellbn '.was broughl :_up Jlr- JlaiinV of the formfttlon" of an Aulo'm'ob'lle .Club for'Ihls'dlstrlcl, in which ho oiplalned Mis 'advantages of an organization and tho bene- fits that might .be derived from it Some very favorable comment wan made rolatlvo to Ihe proposition, am slier Bomo discussion It was decided lo leave1 the moltor over nnllt- the wlicii If was cxiiected not only might more member bo presenl but additional Intormnllo could possibly be secured from otho places whore' these clubs had already teen- Dstabllsbed. AT ifollowa: Inlerprcteil, as It Is, by Hill "Call him nil! ami I will litre'splendid cast, headed by Hie brilliant him Vilf inv sliP'c :n Uio mine." Ilu.l, llollirook Illlnn, "Tho Unpardonable him Dud and I will ECt him a sin" untolJs a slory of untnrBetlable poncnccd ana ciiii'icm i Japancso servant. I interest. Walter Norman (Mr. lillnn) The of caslorii liyrecs In- ninei oi 'h baby's a wealthy member of the fast set to has lurntshcj a the con-] upon whom Ihe drink habit fastens It- profitable employment during the win- name Marram.. _ _______ vnr. ler. Jim Marshall has added ame to the list. his, Irovc-rey Iho or'B lied'Cross cow.. It broueh il'll. 'i'he holder of No. 26 Ihe ucky winner, Edward "llorewell arrived at hi el Honlta raiich last week. Mr nopcsvoll, who speill the winter Ills Cardston ranch was gla .larlncrs over solr; aiiparcnlly unconnucrably. Xor- liaby, which was man bfccomos a ECandal lo his friends A few farmers around here have, Ubled themselves during the winter; he y digging wells and clslcrns for In ise Ihls coming summer. Cbrls Koch Is prepared hla engine or plowlnl! GOO acres this spring. He nkes down his engine for ploughing. Clean all yards of rotuae and mul same to such places set asiua for this purpose before the soil weather. All drinking water barrels 10 IH> cleaned llioroughly wllh the chemicals, at That Ihe waler hauler bo compelled to conform If (he EQCond rule. If our council would use the above rules for Ihe tenctlt of Ihc people depending on Ihcm for Jusl laws, fever would practically be as i r T, T.IS, )ressed the program is m j-auni. iiujiuun a nakc vou forect your troubles. On man. Once more bo Is master of him- Wednesday and Thnreday Dustlr self. But the enemy who loves the Farnum will appear in his latest and ercatost success, Ron of Erin." aid uf disinfectant Icasl once a month. ___._ 7 for the last j lo save him one of his IrlcnJs in- al btaria; N.orman to uhe a on his f ,s guaranteed to yacht. Norman rclurns a changed or II) Ilcsiil of Heavy Horses anil Mules AT BARONS On Snl'day, MnrdilO Commencing at 1 p.m. Shari About half the above aro mares. All gentle and broken, BONNELL LUCKEY Owners 1A HERO M Hi) AT THE MAJESTIC What Is beyond nueslion Ihe great- est Drltlsh comic success of the twen- tieth century will be presented by Iho most brlllianl of conlemporarj- com- edians, Alherl Drown, on Monday and Tuesday, 12lh and 13th. II la entitled "A l.ltllc nil of Hull" and IB playing lo enormous audiences al Ihc Criterion Theatre, London, same girl as N'orman succeeds In maklnn Norman yield again to his vice and lakes care lhat the clrl sees him Intoxicated. Disgusted shs turns from him. Norman plunges into Ihc abyss of degradation after Ihls. unknown'in this town Ihls coming vherc ic nwi already had upwards of ma spring. A dollar spent for nurfonnances with no slens of to ho at-Del Bonlla aualn Sir. Hop" ,vni.fiavc many-a- dollar, and a In addition, three who Is _a propesMve dairy after a .while. A severo presentInB the piece In man. intends to build, a now home ahould-be elven to perfons h provinces, and other or- duty lolheir n, it with Wo all 'wlsli Mr: llopewell mucll cess with his now cnlerprlsc: Lumber Co; have .done" gcbd bilfiliieES I penaii) HiiuLjiu-uo JHD iii-iiisii j'.w...----. neglecting this duty lo. Ihclr nclgh-. are presenting it wllh 1 great success III Auslralia and Smith Africa. Already, It has surpassed the original runs (if "Tlio Private Secre- and "Charley's Aunt." It Is COALDALE (From Our Own Co------- Coaldale, Jlar. Davidson CHAMPION (From Our Own Correspondsnl) ,.u._ ,uu..u %i, WII. nil..- 'nf iiin EQD16- onlcr full of atiuiB people of Del Donlta for several new cimmpion, March .M. or uit d buildings have.been .creeled. I'elcr Is IralldinB a tin shop al tho Ing. slluations deer lines .Carl Eyensoh.lias built a nice new rear of his hardware store. 1 from n M, M. Itosmusfen ,s Ifrom vulgarity.' i by the unanimously "of the and son F.dwln relumed Monday from (heir visit in Illinois and other polnl? Bou'th.' -Mrs. 'Davidson and daughler aro .slopping al llochcsler, Minn., for a fcw.d'ays. When allcndlng a dance al Twelve- Mile-, school -on Friday nlehi last, IJ. building Qco. They Taste j uieir predictions of permanent pupu new dwelling, whllo Mf.rFn 'evening Ihe liible parity have.been amply iFoyt moved in his now class met at Mrs. M. Robert Tho: .To Canadian plnSKoers U is oom mansion.' Mr Fred Crlss, how-1 increased -numbers shows. Iho ever, beats us nil" with bis J1.600 new csl taken, in Ihc work. prosrammc .was given.' ______ les tor A' splon'fl'd Al'ScVt lirown cnlirely riccllallciis lar lo'any In which he has been pre- tin J seen, BLI! laftords Ihc lullcsl Like More! children have all they want of Nothingcouldbecleaner.purer or more wholesome. Very few things are less expensive. Plain "or salted. In Packages only. Have you Hied COMING WEDNESDAY THURSDAY PALLAS PICTURES PRESENTS' Diistin Fiivmmi in "A SON or Ulso War Weekly.-A First Class Com Simrn.- TAKER (From1 Tlie Times.) W. Iluigcr, who, has Tjccn looking iifLcr the -lulcresLs ot Lhe Alberts Pacific Grain Co. at'Purple S. has resigned anil will _tnko lip fann- ing oii Ills fallier'a place near War- ner- It .will be lo llio cillzeus> TaLcr lo.fcnow. tlial the spur, line, of..the Regal Collieries Is 10 bb ,as as llio weather 011 ens up etpuEh-to allow the work Ciller of- Police' Campbell, 'who an Irish Song by: Miss Allc amn to" Tpber- from Medicine Hat1 t tho' services of Chief lullock were dispensed .with, lias eslgned. It Is unrierstboil .tliat tlic 'htcf will remalri a rcBiilcnt of Tat) err lie liavfbg .accepted a position as the new .Provincial police force. He will liave tlie same territory .to look after as tho mounted police havc.-hed. Miss Matiol Dunn, a sister of Mrs. Dobb3r'and: Mrs: Albert left Tabcr on .Monday for Calgary, where she Trill outer tlie" general hospUai lo train as a nurse. Miss Dunn was well known in town and ivlll be miss- ed by a large circle. o( friends. Miss II. HrenLpn, who has been teaching hi Aldersyrte, arrived tn Tab- er on Monday'last and.will fill the vacancy on the.leaching- slau" caused jy Ino.rcsignatlon of Miss N'iely. left on Tucs day mornlne "'for having been called there ovine to tlic cleatl of her irothcr, whu .....3 killed llirouKh.lils team running away ,on Sunday'.night lost. LAST TIMES'TONIGHT Thomas Mcigiicn ami Anita King in "THE IIKIli TO TIIK 110 OR All" HEEZALIAR AND THE BANDITS" An Hour" and a 'Half ol Laughter. MAJESTIC Two Nights unlay Matiucc Com.-Friday, W. B. Sherman presents the Chicago L.i Salle Theater Success With Hyall and Lcnore The Man in the Moon 22-Big- Sons1 Ilit-S 22 ELABORATE COSTUMES AND SCENIC EFFECTS Scat Sale at Roy. Electric Co Opens Tuesday. Evening' Prices, 50c, BARGAIN MATINEE SAT'DAY Hair Slops Coming Out. Surely try a "Danderin'c Hair I'lcansc" II you to Inimcdialcly double Hie heauly of your balr. Jusl molBton a cloth wltli Dandcrlno and draw It carefully Ihroiieh your hair, taking one small Blrand at a time; Ihis will cleanse Ihu hair of dust, dlrl or any excessive oil-In n few minutes vou will be amazed. Your hair will be wavy Illlffy mid abundant and poss- ess an incomparable sollncEs. lustre and luxuriance. Ilcsidcs beaullfyhm Ihe hair, one np- ipllcallon ot Dandcrinc dissolves every 'particle o[ dandruff; Invigorates (he j scalp, stopulliK itchinc anil falling 'naiiderine is to !hc hair what fresh Uhowcra of rain and sunshine are to vcEctalion. It goes right lo Iho roots invificralcs and strengthens them. 113 cslillarallne. stimulating and lilc-pro- dnclng properties cauBe the balr lu grow long, snout and beautiful. Vou surely can have pretty, soft, lustrous balr, and lots ot Ilr If you jusl gel a 25centliottle of Kriowl- ton's Dandcrino from any drug store or toilcl counter and try It as directed. TWO CARS OF GOOD Young Mares From 3 lo 7 ytart old for sale. Weighing from 1200 lo 1700 Its. All broken. At Ihe Old lingers' Barn LETHBRIDGE Half a Block from Bonnell's Livery Darn AsV for W. J. Dodds -'It's made wilh real Arrowrootl Koiih-West Biscuit Co., LimitcJ EDMONTOM LOMOND barn. Boimell Lucky in Ihe Hilarious Laugh j Provoher. BY WALTER ELLIS Produced by Arrangement Wilh Herbert and AnlhonyoEllis of Ihc Criterion Theatre' LonJori, England. Wlicrc i( has :i record .of 500 niglils aiiilV still niuniug1. He Will Make You Laugh. Will Make You Happy. He Will Make You Forget.Care f arm ItoEii and Implements HELEN HOLMES, THE FEASLESS, IN I-A Lass of TONIGHT ____ IQC__i5c _. Chapter Three of wonderful chapter-play. Olher aood pictures. POSITIVELY LAST TIME TONIGHT. DON'T LOOK FOR THIS PICTURE TOMORROW________ On -Wednesday, March 7th, AT ONE O'CLOCK On Hie farm ol J. J. Tiffin, wcsl of Section 1.1-8-21, six half miles south cast of City. matched team of brown mares, 4 anil 5 yeara old, In toal, alioui.2SOO Ibs.; 1 matched leam of bay mares, S and a yearsi old in [oal. about 3GOO Ibs.; 1 grey marc, S years old. ahout 1500 malcheVgrey S nnd 6 years old, about 2100 IDs.; 1 roan marc S years oM, 1100 Ibs.; 1 black marc, years eld, 1200 Ibs.. supposed to be foal; 1 mnlchc.l team of mares, rising 3 years o d, abou 2400 Ibs.; 1 team roan ecldlngs, matched. 4 ami 5 years old about 2700 Ibs.; 1 malclicJ grey gelrtlnes, 6 and 7 years olI abmil 2200 Ibs i brown years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 toy fcldlns 1 years old, 1300 lln.; 1 brown gelding, C years olil, weight about loOO-lbs.; 1 grey BcMtns. 3 ycara old. wdElil "bout 1250 Ibs.: 1 back eeKHns 3 years old 1100 Ibs.; 2- Eroy EclrtlnB3, 3 years old, weight about 2200 Ibs., lircy saildte Lorse, 5 years old. about 1100 1 bay driving horse, 5 years old, about 1100 Ibs.; 1 loam Eclilings 3 weight 2500 Ibs. These horses as artrcrtiscd arc all broken. All these marcs arc bred to Resistored I'crcncron stallion. DcraWijrc BOW, to iamnv in Arril- cow. 5 years old. milking now; 1 cow, lo be frcs 1 calf; 1 resU'ercrt Shorthorn Durham Dull. 2 years old. Iruck wacoo; 1 mowing machine; 1 liay raCK 2 lumber wagons ami grain tanks; I democrat wagon; 1 single InigeT. pole and shafts; 1 manure Bpreader; 1 side delivery hay rake 2 sets noublo team harness, horse power engine; 1 alock saddle and 1 sasolino engine. Silver silver laced. beds, springs and matlroascs complete; 2 O.IK hod room suites: "1 bed room snite; 1 large extension table; l.oaR sideboard; 10 dining chairs; I kilchen table; 1 sola; 1 cooH 2 healinc stoves; 1 Singer sowing machine; 4 small rags; i OSIK Shubert Film 'Corporalion Pressnls HOLBROOK RLINN Society and Regeneration Play. a New York Unpardonable Ih.FIVE GRIPPING ACTS eenire lable; 4 loilcl scls; milk rails and milk cans; 6 l -Id a, Ih. proprietor has JAMES A- SMITH, AUCTIONEER TERMS CASH ;