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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta NDAY, MARCH 27, T5)1G T H E L E T H B R 1 TJ CJ E D A Vsj Y HERALD PAGE FIVE IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ArrangcmcntB have been completed for the presentation at the Majestic Theatre, Thursday Eve Apr. 6lh OF AN ! ARTISTIC CONCERT To be given by the world-renowned Russian Artists - Violinist  I -Violinist therniavsky Leo-Jan-Mischel- ACCOMPANIST, ALEX CZERNY This promises to be one of Southern Alberta's moat notable musical and society events. The theatre managemehf will be pleased to receive mall orders for reservations now. 8 F LIKER OR BOILS ARE llOll CROSS, FEVERISH, SICK, BIL-,OUS, GIVE FRUIT LAXATIVE AT ONCE. 10 SLIDE DELAYS RAINS ON CROW'S NES E Kvory motluT realizes, after Klvins r cliiUlren "Cnlllornla Syrup of gs," that this iH tlieir idual laxative, causo tliey love Its pleasant taste cl It thoroughly cleanscH the tender tie Bloniach, liver and bowels wlth- II griping. AVhen crosH, irritable, feverish or eath 1� had, stomach sour, look at e tongue, Mother! It coated, give toaapoouful of this harmless "trult xative," and in a few hours all the 'Ul, constipated waste, sour bile and idiscsted food passes out of the >wcls, and you liavo a well, playful lild again. When Us little system is III of cold, throat sore, has stomach-:he, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic- smcnihor, a Bood "Inside eleansinpr"' hould always bo the first treatment Iven. Millions of mothers keep "Califor-ia Syrup of Fins" handy; they know teaspoonful ioday saves a sick hllrt tomorrow. Ask your durgtist 3r a .')iJ-cent bottle of "California yrup of FiKS," which lias directions Dr babies, ehlldreii of all ages and rown-ups printed on the bottle. Be-rare of counterfeits sold here, so on't be fooled. Get tlio genuine, iado by "California Fig Syrup Com; lany."-Advertlsemenl. Carries Avvay Big Section of Track and Injures Two Men -Big Gang at Work Creston, B. C, .March 2".-Owing to a mud slide at a point eight miles east of Cre-stou both the east and west-bound passenger trains over the Crows' Nest line were cancelled yesterday but it is possible a transfer of passengers will be possible today to say the line opens to traffic. The muck came down with such force that a dozen lengths of mils were 8w(!pt out owing to a steady rain all yeei-torday the work of clearing the lino was hazardous and at least two men were injured, one so badly that he had to be taken to Cranbrook hospital on a special train that conveyed Superintendent Harshaw to the scene of oi)erations. All available men in Cranbrook and points west are at work and as the rajn has stopped, considerable headway is being made. �ALGARY HOTEL MAN IS HEAVILY FINED I'algary, March 27.-The proprietor f the ]'",ll)ow View hotel was fined i!ua,"and costs in jiolice court this !iorning after having been found uilty of permitting improper prac-ices to go on in the hotel, which it ms alleged was frequented l^y women t loose character and their male ^riends. 11, .Morrcll, clerk of tiie otel, skipped his bail and the police annol locate lilm. NEW INCOME TAX Fetrograd, via London, .March 21.- The Income tax bill whicli is pending provides asseasraent of six-tentiis of one per cent, on incomes of 700 roubles up to l-Va per cent, on incomes of -100,000 roubles. Mr. K. (!. .McKlllnp of Wliinliieg Is visiting his brother. .Mr. II. A. .Mc-Kllhip. for a few days. *  * I.lent. Hug!; Ooiinun, who ih taking u military course in .Medlrliie Hal. was a week-end visitor with his fam- iiy. * *  Mrs. IJawson's section oJ the Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet at the homo of Mrs. Cobbledlck tomorrow alter-noon. The unmiirricd memliers of the 1. O. I). I':t will make scrapbooks at the home of .Mrs. Chas. .McKlllop, Huh Street, on Tuesday at S o'clock. , � * Tin- C. I. A. to the H. of i,. 10. will meet at the home of .Mrs. Uencnny, Ti)'Z Ml Street, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'l.'lock, for Ked Cross sewing. 4� � * The general meeting of the Mathe-sis Club will be held in the Y.M.C.A. luulltoriuin Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The program will be in charge of the art department, the subject being "KB�ilah Artists." The guests are asked to come at \iA5. Mrs. 10. Downing, who leaves shortly to Join her husband in Lethbrldge, was the guest of honor at a tea given yesterday by Mrs. H. M. .MeCallum, 223 Eleven A street, liillhurst. About twenty ladies were present. During the afternoon Mrs. Downing was presented with a beautiful comporte salad bowl. Mrs. McCallum made the presentation and on behalf of those present expressed regret at her departure. The hostess served dainty refreshments.-Calgary Herald. * � � The Senior Mission Band of Knox 'church held a very successful missionary tea on Saturday afternoon in the school room of tlie clinrcli, which was iiatriotically decorated with red white and blue bunting. 'I'lic girls arc very pleased with the result of their undertaking as they made $11. During .the afternoon a splendid musical program was given consisting of a recitation by Miss Alice Hardy, song by .Mrs. I^ayton, song by Jlrs. Hammond, piano solo by Mrs. W. H. .fohn-son, piano solo by Miss Kathleen Ter-rill, and |)iano solo by Miss Violet Hennott. est Beef for the People > > ? '> : MILLION BUSHELS IN ? STORE ? Calgary. .March 27.-It was : announced at the government : terminal elevator this morning : that.there was no more than a ; million bushels of grain in : store there. > ? > : : � ealth kr COLLECIED A VESTOCK Alberta Live Stock Men Pay Out Much While Losses Paid are Small We purchased the best lot of Beef sold at the Experimental Farm this season and paid the highest price. These animals were fed partly on corn, giving a yellowish shade to the fat on the beef and indicating the richness of the meat. This Beef is now on Sale at our Store, OUR BUYER has been fortunate in being able to secure some CHOICE LAMB. Lamb is scarce this season, so we are glad to be able to offer this treat to our patrons. PHONE 452 What the Press Agents Say Pantages Bill For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman's Most Reliable Medicine -Here is More Proof. To women who are suffering from, some form of woman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking down, the three following letters ought to bring hope: - North Cvaiitlon, Wis.-^'Wheii I was 16 years old I got manned and at 18 years I gave birth to twins aiifl it left mo Avitli very poor healtli. I could not walk aci'osis the floor without hiiving to sit down to rest and it was liard for me to keep about and do my work. I went to a doctor and ho told me I had a displncement and ulcers, and would have to hixve an operation. This frightened me so mui;li that 1 did not know .what to do. llavhig hoard of f./ydia E. I'inkhaiu's Vegetable Compound I thought 1 would give it a trial and it made me as well !is ever. I cannot say enough m favor of the Pinldiam remedies."-Mrs. Maysie Askaoii, Is'orth Crandou, Wis. Testimony from Oklahoma. LaAvton, Okla. -" Wien I began to take Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I seouied to bo good for nothing. I tired easily and liiirt headaolies much of the time and was irregular. I took it again before luy little child was born and it did mo a wonderful amount of good at that time. I never fail to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound to ailing women because it has done so nmclx for me."-Mrs. A. 1... MoCaslanu, COO Have St.,.l^wton, Okla. From a Grateful Massachusetts Woman. Roxbui-y, Mass.-" I was sufl'erinjf from inflammation and was examined by a physioiau whofomid that my trouble was caused oy a displacement. Jtfy symptoms wore bearing down pains, baokachej and sluggish liver. I tried several kinds of medi, cine; then I was asked to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. , It has cured me and-1 am pleased to be in my usual good health by using-it ..... ^ it." -Mrs. B.M. OsopoD, and highly recommend llhiynos Park, Roxbury',; Mass. If you want spoclai advice Avrltc to IJy^!. B. PinUliam Mertlcino Oo. (conllrtential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will bo'jpenod, road aiid auswei-cd byawomauaud Uold lu strict ooulidoiioo. Calgtiry, March 27.-Thai a total of $125,000 for Insurance against disease in llvo stock was collected last year from the shippers putting stock ; through the Alberta live stock yards, ! while only a small portion of the '^imount was paid out In losses, was I the most Important tact developed at Uhe inquiry being hold at the city I hall into the operations of the Calgary Livestock Exchange. 1 It turned out that the commission ! men tUemsoivcs are opposed to the loollectlon of this iniiiost which Is for ! the purpose of protecting the buyer ; against condemnation of his pur-i c'luiscd beef or animals against con-;denination by government Inspectors ;for'tuberculosis or other causes. The ohurge is, however, made by the stockyards company, it was asserted this morning, that a similHr practice Is followed a(. Winnipeg, and that $80,000 was collected from shippers there last year fur this juirpose. The committee was of the opinion that insurance of this sort should be operated by the government and not by tho company owning the stock yards, and tho report will probably recoiuiuend that representations to this effect bo made to the government. The Pantages billai the Orplieum thi.s week is a real live one, consisting of four acts, two of which might be headllners iyx\ any bill. .Mr. Hynian Adier and comijany and the Hickey Brothers divide honors, and one can easily'sharo the lionons without doing an injustice to any one Hyman three present study of a real .lewish merchant. If applause is any indication of popularity, then th^ Three j songs in a pleasing way, "taking off" I three different nationalities in a faultless manner. Spraguo and McNeece open the bill Willi their entertainment on roller skates, and give an exhibilion of graceful movements and many varieties of stejis. Mr. Sprague Is most adept on the rollers, and the lady is a very attractive and able partner. 'Hie fifth instalment of the play, "Graft," completes a splendid bill. At the Eiiij)ress Chapter two of the Helen Holmes series, to have been shown at the Km press tonight, has been delayed on ...ft .... ...jfM...,., ..... _____ train. The picture will be shown to- Adler and his company of morrow, starting at 11 a.m. and run-ent "Solomon's Bargain," u | ning tlirough. There is a directors' light over the stock of the new C. K. and T. cut-oft line. General Holmes Is i.u,.u.�..v^, ..... .....- Hickey , opposed by Seagrue and his unscrup- Brothers arc legitimately entilled to i ulous attorney, Capollo. .Seagrue woos be the headllners this week. Two of, Helen but Is repulsed. He chides %oo6 for pastry, , It showed the destruction of New York city by a hostile fleet whose 15-inch guns toppled building after building without being in range of the United States shore batteries. Thousands of persons were pictured running madly about as the bombard the brothers are all "dolled ,up," while Helen for her friendship with Storm, | ment continued, both from the sea the third, the real comedian of the i who is now an engineer. Seagrue and ; and air. trio, looks as though his outfit might ; Capelle hire two thugs who steal the have been picked u.d piece by piece. ; map of the proposed cut-off from Gen-ThG turn is more than a little differ-i ei'al Holmes' safe. Ilelnu, awakened, ont from the ordinary run of aero- j is seized, and bound by tho criminals, batic stunts, and well deserved the j Her father, coming to aid her, is sti-uck applause it receives. I a cruel blow on the head. The fleeing Marry Gilbert, thq ainging come-J'"obbers leap, aboard a moving train, dian, s'igns a nutnber of character: Overpowering tho engineer and llre- ' man, they.open the throttle and steant wildly away into the night. Helen, released, riishes. to Storm who takes her into hl.s engine cab. Then begins a .stern aud perilous cliase. HIGH SCHOOL GIRL Run-down, Weak and Nervous-Made Strong by Vinol, For the benefit of Lethbridge school girls who overwork and get Into highly nervous, weak and run-down condition, we publish this letter from Dorris Copller. of Fort Worth, Tex.,- "1 go to tho high school and take niu sic lessons, and tiocamo EiC NEARLY RUMIIS J With only 10 cases reported in 10 days, tho city health authorities be-Uovi) that the typhoid outbreak has about run Its course. According to word received today by Dr. Thomson, acting M. H. O., the results of the analysis of tho water supply, from samples taken under tho personal supervision of Dr. Jamioson on his recent visit to the city, show that chlorlnatlon Is doing much g:ood in lessoning tlie number of bacteria In tho water, hut at the same time the suaplclon that the water la polluted Is Btrougly present and ho advised that householders continue to boll all Wft' ter for drinking purposes. The tests also tihow that the water taken from the river before outerlntr the water-works system Is on a par with that taken from the system after the water has passed through tho stand pipe's Bo the fever epidemic cannot be traced to dirty standplpes. . At Starland .\re you tirod of life? Do you have Inisinesa worries'.' Have yoii a slug-gisii liver? Do you want to forget your troubles'; U' so' do 'not fall to see Victor .Moore in 'annfher of those ... ______..... run-down, great comedies which Starland's pat- weak and very nervous, so 1 could not: rons enjoy so much. The huigh-pro-do anything. 1 would shake all over ducing medicine at this popular' tho-and could have screamed at times, atro tonight and Tuesday will be a and was really unfit to keep on with nve-reel feature, "Chimmie Fadden niy studies. Mother purchased a bottle ; out West." This is the funniest plc-of Vinol for nie and within a v/ook ture over shown in Lothbridgo. Those 1 was better, and in two weeks I had . ^ho saw the hist "Chimmie Fadden" gained five pounds and felt fine." i picture at Starland pronounced it the It is the ouraliVB strengthening elo- best comedy ever shown in the city, ments of the true-cod liver oxinicl, ' .,,(i tonight's luogram oxcells the lirn-ulded by tho blood-making, revllall!;-� vious production. Don'f fall to see it. The personal story of a weWthy New Yorker's family Is depicted in the photoplay. The wealthy New Yorker does not believe In preparedness. In the bombardment which follows he sees his wife and daughters torn from him by tho Invaders, and he and his-prospective son-in-law are later lined up and shot. DECLINE TO'DISARM Wnsblhgton'; March 24.-The Hn-teut^B . A'lllQS, replying Individually to Secretarylliius'ing's Buggfestlon for the disarmament of all merchant ships, JUavu lu effect declined the proposal. ing effect of poptonate of iron and beef peptone, conlaiuod in Vinol, which made it so successful in building up health and strength aud over- The latest War Ga'/.etto will also be shown. On Wednesday and Thursday, Laura Hope Crews, one of the greatest emo coming the nervous condition of Miss tio,(ji actresses on the screen today, Copller, and wo ask every school girl in Lethbridge, who is in a like condition to try Vinol, on our guarantee to return their money If It fails to bone-fit. ,1. D. Illglnbolham & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lothbridgo, Alberta. Adv. Pasteurized Milk Kills the Bacteria causing tnany diseases. No diseases can bo .traced to Pasteurized Milk. Sold, only by The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 will appear in "Blackbirds. On Friday and Saturday, "The Man Who Stayed at Home," a picturlza-tion of the great drama, "The White Feather," which was recently played In tho city, will be the feature. At the Majestic "The Hattlo Cry of Peace," which is to he presented at the Majestic the atre tomorrow night (Tuesday) and Wednesday night, Is tnily a tremendous spectacle. Following Is part of what the Boston "Traveller" critic had to sa:^ of Its recent presentation In Boston; "The 'Battle Cry of Peace" Is thrilling fllra production showing what might happen to the United States If a foreign foe landed on her shores, and urging preparedness against such a contingency. The idea that "power spoils peace" 'w'�B driven homo with a will. Peace at-any-prloo advocates were ridiculed and the fallacy of their position shown up. The flrst part of the film la without doubt one of the most dranmtio iiroduotloiiB over filvbii lu this city, THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT is that every garment washed �with it bears the impress of purity; o purity begotten of isweet, cleansing oils, and maintained by absolute cleanliness in manufacture; a purity exalted by the co-operation of workers united for the purpose: a purity demonstrated by the "$5,000 guarantee'' which rests upon every bar o( SUNLIGHT SOAP. Sc. A iuiilllult for SuHliMkl it net as t'oi and tuvtr ton it. IntM �p