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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 7, 1017 THE LETHnniPGE DAILY PAGE FTVB USING TO LHARN MILKING Young women fnrm hands, volunteers o[ course, Uktnc their first In milking, al a school near Thoydon Dote, Essex. Our photo showa the glrla inliklcs dummy cows to fitve Iho lingers the necessary dollcacy of touch nlcd irlth Sid Beckotl'a Irtish. Tho Kolo Rdfl Hoflye stable li Ihn rnay font by the brush manipulated by Vr. Snowdfn, Potatoes arc. having attentlor. these days. Several carload a liave left Lo- mond recently. Many have flniahM seeding and a ifihlng Ihclr grain to market whl the price prevallo. fmall true tors aro being demon ptrnlcd thcso dayfi In town. Many nd ing glancea ire irninB from thi Kpectatora. and many machines an Cabjary, vetwans tie European war ope.ncd tbelr first convectton In Calgary tbla morn- Ing. Representatives for Ednvbnton, Medicine Hot, and Red Deer us well nliio man for tho Cal Relumed Veterans Association. Three commltlees on constitution, res olutlons Rnd finance, vrero appointed add they imnsedialcly proceeded with the work of establishing n for tha or gin lied veterans of Alberta. W. A. Irwln, of EdmontoDj who has acting as veterans representative Ottawa took the chair rnd the re- port or Uie credential committee tvaa read which was followod by the ap- pointment ot CQinmiutes. T'nb follorlns repreEentatlvca were ap- pointed, constitutional committee, W, J. Dyson, Calgary, C. R. Day, Calgary. H. Edmonton, CanL Plnglc, Med- Iclno Hot F. W. IU Downer, Leth- bridge .and Comcrads of llwl Deer. .The resolulloa coraniittec, C. D. UelRliRr, Edmonton, A. E. Night. iDjnlc, Edmonton, G. Barber, Mcuiclne Hit, V. G. Mulrety, Edmonton, G. J. Venn, Wm. Carnlll, Cal jsary. Finance committee, J. XV, Mitch, ell, CaUary V. C. Edmon- ton, Tlenorta from Iho three commlL- tew will be received tomorrow and tbe conrenttcn will close la the even- Ins, Tha folloTvIng represent irero present tills morning: Calgary, J. Dyson, Charles PeUlKreir, C. n. Day, Charles J, Venn, John Johnson, TVfllfam Carnrn, ir. Fmdrey, J. Mitchell and A. Warford. Edmonton, 1 A, F. NlghUngmle, W. O.'Lepoco. V. C. Mulrely, 3, peat and C. B. Rein- hardt. Lethbrldge, F. W. fl Downer. Medjdno Hat, 0. Barber, H. Holer antl Ctpt Mr. TcsXy, kjcal Ford agent. le Iho Ealq of n car n day. cftrload of Fords dnesn't let p grow nndcr them In Mr. TesXey'n gar nge. This hacfcwRrd ircather Is dlscour agliiE somA of ihe lendcrfooted fa as they tblnt that we arc gellln moisture now we don need R. and It Will he lacking Inlc They would welcome the grow heat Iriatoail C-t cc" d5., and Trolly mornings. Trnst In South ern Alberta, Mr. Farmer, Charlie ITeikilh han arrh-efl her from Fernlc io help In thn carpenter rush. Ho Is a brolfaer lo Will Hcs kitn. of this town. Lomond is In bail need ol A can stable to dispel some of the romllncs hi tilled from llmo to time In ou llttlo town. Mr. IloldRC Is on the teachers' slaf Thn larco number of pupils commen after -Easter mado It Impo Rlble lor our consolldaled school I carry on Ha edncatlvo powers wit out Uie third teacher. Abe Parker lias been shipping hog to Calvary this last week. Chris. Koch's outfit consisting" Targe tractor and seeders, la rushin ope rail on. The engine Is g Ing from early till late tn gel llic larp acreage sown lu Ihe shorlest posslb! time. "Dad11 TllckeU haa flnlehed hfg ro; cretc foundab'on, ptenaratory to buili Inc colltige. KG Itos retired frotr Iil3 farm JiiEl outside of town as fan life 1ms become loo strenuous for h1 yearn. (From-'Our Own Txjmond, May report .that Lomond to receive a brancli of the Dank of -Commerce had no official backing and there Tore Incorroct. The eicavatlng preparato.-y to the TRAVF.RS (From Ovir own Travers, Jlay Qraha has moved bacV on ills farm nca Wueat Centre and farming on a l ccalc. He fs ruuiitug is traction da night, having two alitfls or me: H. Ulrlck made a buslnsss Irlp Calgary on Saturday', returning Tuc day. Mr. Hoadley, M.P.P.. o( Okotok a visit to his ranch east ol he last week- MhB Eva'Daris IB working (or Mr Way at Ihe Homo Kcsl.iurnnt. Mr. Boyer motored to Graniiro i Thursday In his new car. Among LclhbriUgo callers last we were Messrs. Holden, Rounds, Fau bullnlng bl Mr. Munro's house here In 11 13 almost completed. Mr. Booth's huup.u Is ready for Iho plasterer. Cflrpenlera being Bcarcc or busy, Mr. Booth was forced lo have a few Doukhabws erect the framework o[ his house. Tho now Standard Dank building Is'whllo Johnnie puls In the crop, soon to bo erected. malto i Jack Tragaler and Woodwor dollrt row of blislnssa placet, all doing a Ibrlvlng business. Mr. Adims' collage Is being decor- son, Wilkinson, Wllmolts, Miss Pn lorfiun. Mrs. Nalsmlth and sister. Relatives of J. Bell's camo on Tuc day's Iralu lo assist with Ihc far work. J. Molt and mplher arc lemporarl localcU on ihelr'farm cast of low GREAT PRAISE eviews Great Work of Domin- ion's Troops Since Capture of Vimy uatilRiL Army Headquarters in ranee. May Canadian Over- oas Lleut.-Gen- it cominandlQg tlio Canadian Corps as sent out the (oUo-.vlng message la le officers and mon under hU com- and: "Jlrllltanl operations during ID past month culmluatlof ID toe apluro of Arleaur and Frcsnoy seem Q Blvo me an opportunity of express- UK lo all ranks the pride- 1 feel In omuiarvJIne tbe Canadian corps. SInco itrll 0 when tbo oHccsivo against imy Hldge began till (he morning o( lay 3 Tivhen Frcanoy WB.B captured nd consolidated 'It has beoii one erics of success only obtained Ly roops where courage and discipline nd liilllalivu stand preeminent Nine ges have passed Into our hands Jghl German divisions have Leen mol nd defeated, over prlsouara QVO been captured and 'booty com toE some Cl guns and howitzers 06 trenrh inorture and 12G machine guna .ire now tropQlea of the Can lano, Training undergone during the nder has home fruit and 1L li this Infng which coupled with zeal nm BUnnlry aro fio conspicuous in al: oks oT Lho corps that will continue o gain resulla a3 potent and as far caching as thoso which begap. with be capture of, Vimy Ridge. What the Press Agents Say AT THE KMWIKSS Talcs toe feature al ilio ingress loulght. Ruth Laivson> daubster o. a rmiiuw- minded add promliH-itt member ot iho Morals Committee of a small town. .s discovered In her elaudc-ihie meol- .11 vllh John Ulake, u J rummer, lu order to BBVC her (torn iior father's h-ratli, her cider sisitr. Jpne, takes ;he disgrace upon uer.-oir and U dhv- en from home. In ilio i-ily sbo suf- i minv hardships. She in cuts and [alia In love with George Rogers, the ne'er-do-well sou nf a ncallliv mc-r- chaat. They are mank-d. Lut (Jeorgo ii ih'Cs cf life aud goes to Alaska to ecek his fortune where he forgets his homo ami Jnne iu Iho (ure of wine, women iind Jane meets Blake, falls tn love wllh her. but she repulses him on ac- count of hie association with her past life. After many sacrifices, however, he proves his sincerity, and together they find peace io. iliu knowledge of tbelr true love. "Fnilto-itos" Soon Relieved This Dangerous Condition 6S2 GEBE.MD ST. EAST, TCKONTO. "For tuo years, I waj, a vic'lin of Acute Indigestion anil Gas In The Blomach. It afterwards aftaftfrf my Heart and I had pains all over my bojy, EO tliat I could hirdly more around. 1 tried all kinds of Medici no tut no of them did me any good. At lest, I decided to try I Lougbt tlio firit boi laal June, and now I un well, ajitr using only tArte I "J-Vui'-a-tives" to anyone from 1 FRED J. OOc. a box, G for trial size, 25c. At all d-dersorseat post paid by Fruit- t-tivcs Limited, 0liana. 1mm III mm FOOTWEAR AT STAHLAND A mo I jutcrcsliog item on I lie pro- gram at St aria lid and tomor- TOVT will -be Ihe visit o[ the Iriah-Cau- odfau RcElment lo Irtlatid. For the production of "The Wai Model" which will ho the' Paramount feature, with the famous mount elar, Vivian Martin, lu the Blollar role, it was naturally neces- sary lo have a wai model ol the star. Aa eipcil In WKX came to the studio to tafce 211 impreseJon of Mies Jlar- UD'S laco. When asked how long. could hold her breath Iho wax was being placed over her nose and 'mouth. Miss Martin carelessly ro- plled: "ph. about five or six miuutea." 'bo wax wae put la place and after lie expiration of some 3D seconds hero wcro slfine of a great Btruggle >eneath the proteclltig ayrons. The rai was hurriedly removed and bo- ow was discovered the almost purple -Itage of one of 1'aramounL'G tnosL iharmlng youug stars. Two excellent comedies will com plcte the program. (Special lo the Herald! Fornle, May sacred concert WHS given In lha Grand tlrcatre liero his afternoon hy the Skovgaard com- pnny, wlbicli a full house and netted a good sum [or ibe benefit of the fund for Iho rtHcf ot the widows and children bereft by the explosion on the 5th of April, last. The Tuud has now approximated and is growing nl a good rate and It Is hoped hat. It will rcacli the ten thousand mark. Memorial Service. A memorial service la being Leld In church tonight in memory of Major II. J. Black who laid down his ifc In Vlmy nidgo. Major Hlact was one.of. Fcrnlo's and useful citizens, and (he peopled of Ihe (o deeply his loss-and their sym- pathy goes out lo Mrs. Black and iier two Hide daughters in thfs, the frying time of their lire. IIS. ROADS INI RATE IE Washington. May presidents tolrl the interstate com- mcrco commission today that the rall- ug need an advance o[ 15 per cent. In freight rates not only lo meet the Increased cost of everything that en- ters Into railroad operation but also so that Ihe eysteins may prepare phy- sically to do tnelr bit toward winning the war. FOOD SHORTAGE IN BAVARIA Switzerland, May dis patch from Munich says that the food rfhorlagc In Bavaria 19 becoming In- ci'paBingly L'nrr Urcllrclch, minister of (he Interior, made an aa- dress lo a popular association (n re gard lo the rood sllualloni saying: can hold out until August IE, If the supplies we expect are receiv- ed. By September the disappearance of our llvcslock will compel us lo ex- ist on vegetables The minister appealed to bis aud- itors, the dlsnatch states further, lo bold out so lhal the country would not bo, forced lo make a "hunger peace." rnored Into lown nnd eslaulls ed a land llrm- Aa Iheso young m need no Introduction and tho f, llvlty In (arming at present. 111 nnoald make Rood at tho undertakln Thomas SnKrln ot the McOref; la no. more In the batliel line, for. ithlle -awny In D. C., liromht back a rlrc. A host Join 111 wishing them a happy vedded lite. Somo o( Ihe trays garo them a noisy welcome on Tues- day evening, anrt ivere getting loutler when Mr. Suffrln appeared on the scone with a boj ot Metan. wnim'old and.Kautnps aro plowing-op their yaMs.-.sctllng oul shnibliery jiml Ireea, also pulling n neat woven fence nroand (hem. Boy IVhllllnj- In In llonlnns view- Ing aomc railroad land sellng at a nominal prkfl. Miss Q. Httnlm vlslled ner brothers at Wheat Cenlro over Sunday. Tho McFheraon oiittll Is breaking sod on Ihe Wm. Turlcy place, to lie Mr. Harris ot.nctlaw, gnve SZa.lo wards Ihe iihurch ot TravcrB. ATI Sweolraan [lorn la' mtSnil, wcro at Guy Paulson'.! on Friday. MARTIAL LAW IN BOHEMIA. May (S.ll Hal law has been proclaimed Ihrough- oitt Hohcmln, according lo a Praguo telegram lo llasel newspapijra trans- mitted -by Iho Exchange Telegraph correspondent, al Geneva. All news- papers in Bohemia have 'nuspen publication, Iho message adda. REGISTER MANITOBA VOTERS Winnipeg, May, of nil volcr.4 In Manitoba will be com- menced on May 21 ncxl. Women will rsglnler as volorn for the first llmo in tills provjnca. RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lelhbridge by Inc Herald Job Dept. PHONE I252 AT THE MAJESTIC The anticipations or hundreds ol he music lovers of Lclhbrtdge and Trill be amply fulfilled to- niehl at the Majesltc Hie cele- brated Danish 'violinist Axel Skov- ;aard ivill apear llicrc In concert wilh ".he NcW Yorh Metropolitan Company. SXovRaard'fi Tlsit to Lelhbriilge will )o an auspicious occasion in the raus- cal auiials of the city, for (he talent- ed musician is today occupying enviable in the world oE music. There is scarcely a city un der sun of auv Imporlance ih, lias iiol vleilej, and in whicli 1 nol scored an emphatic triumph h nls mastery ot his thirteen thousand dollar Slradivarius violin. Accompanying Shovgaard this year are a number artiste who compose tlie York Metropolitan company, and a program of ujore luan ordinary Interest -be rendered. The concert will start promptly a1 eight-thirty, and Intending are'respectfully askctl to nc in at .endance before that Imur, in order .hat no Uislurlcmce will be cauaec after the concert has started. Al ;eata will be on sale at the theatre box-office after seven p. in- Tho Harris end Proy Musical com- dy company which opens an Indef- ilto engagement at the Orptieum to- ay comes heralded as one of the trongcst tabltiid en tie road. A glance at what the dif- erent crHlcs have to tav cf them might give Eome idea oCVbat they liave. Ottawa, Can., Free Carried iff all honors as the season's feature .ttractlon. Makes you forKCl the :6rcs and worries of the day. Ottawa the audience ly slonu. You CSL'I resist the laugh- er. MOOEG Jaw, Sash.. Daily N'cTrs. 'he walls of toe Sherman fairly trem- iled elncero laughter and ap- uuie. Makes-you lauch ITI snUe of nrsclf. The company, carries its own 3pcc- al scenery and RQ array of beautiful wardrobe thai IB good to look .upon. The isle ot Smiles will he the first offering and promises lo le all that he name implies. In fact .Manager lanson says HE has a real treat in Etorc for the lovers ot musical cam edy. SUGGESTS KNIGHTHOOD FOR SEAGER. (Grain Growers' Guide.) Editor, Guide: Seeing thnl produc- llon Is to play such an Important par to the eventual result of this great irorid'a strife, the thought occurrci to whnl way can uc foater ed? In what bettor way than to confei a knighthoodj on say a man like Sea gcr" Wheeler? Why not recognize such a man. or what would a farmer IBVC to do to have such an honor con Tcrred? To my mind, lo see agricul lure rccoGmied In aurh a wnv would be the best thing that could "happci lo the "best of all callings-" Woiih Tiuch like to EPO what some of. mj brolhor agrlcullurlals thlnli on thj Cballey, AUa. W. T. MACII1X. TheEmpire Ice Gream Parlor 'Under New Management We line of Confectionery, Fruits and Ice Cream Drop In and five us a NOxl door Orphcum Theatre. TO OPERATE SEIZED SHIPS WasbinEton; Mny agreement was reached In'llie house today to couslder a resolution to empowe'r Hie president TO operate Ihe seized ships. Xow Unit (lie siininior scaNon lias arrived cvcryhixly requires fool f nut wear. There's noUiingso service- able iis the pumps and colonials. IligM at the openinn; of the season are phiciug oiu1 entire stock on sale. TUESDAY AT menu .jusl- we say, even if it doesn't .sound reasonable. All our pumps and Colon- ials. leather, dull kid, gmimctnl and fancy dress Colonials. These have Louis heels, Cuban heels, Isn-neil and Goodyear welted soles. All the best season's footwear. Every person should gel. two or three pairs of these. THE CUT-RATE AMERICAN BOOT SHOP BENTLEY1 OLD STAND LETHBHIDGE, ALTA 116 Hh St 8. A NEW WAY TO SAVE CHILD'S SEVERE STOMACH TROUBLE. Harrlston (Ont.) Father Says Dr. Gas- sell's Tablets Saved His Child's Life. Mr. Corby, Karrfskm, P.O., Ont., writes: "Our little girl was weak from lilrth, and ihough wo trfcj doctors' mefliclnc and oilier things she got no better. She just lay (n her cot and cried, and neighbors said we could nol Eavo her. The doctors said she had stomach trouble, and lliat ner chances were Email, yet Dr. Cassell's Tauk-lr cured her. They have been worth thfir weight Jn pnhi m us, for ;rc M'cre'Just Elvinf; up Lope of sav- ing our little daughter. I don't think Ihere la any other medicine for child- ren like Dr. CaEEell's Tablets. 1Mb llsh tbla letter If you like; It may help othera an toe Tnblels helped us." A free simple of Dr. Casscll's Tsb- will be sent to you on receipt of cents for mailing and packing. Ad- dreisi Harold F. Ritchie Co., 10 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. Cassell's Tablets arc the surest home remedy for Kidney Trouble, Anaemia, Nervous Ailments, NCTTC JParalysla Pnlpllatlon and Wcnkiiess in Child- ren. 'Specially valuable for nursing mcih'cre nnd during the critical per- j fads 'of life, Sold by druggists and storekeepers throughout Canada, Prlcca: One IUUB, 50 cents; six tnboa I for the price of five. Beware of Imlta- j tlons said lo contain hypophoaphtlca. i Tlie compoaltlon of Dr. CasselVs Tab- j lets Ii known only to the proprietors, and no imitations can ever bo the flame. Sole Proprietors: Dr. Cassell's Co., Ltd., Manchester, Eno- THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA OFFER TO THE PUBLIC Province of Alberta Savings Certificates In denominations of Ten Dollars, One Hundred Dollars, nurt One Thousand Dollars. These Certificate's will bear interest at the rate of five ycr cent, per annum, compounded hall yearly. Ctrlifiralcs are redeemable 'in three yaare. but rniy be ft zny lliue on the demand of the holdn'. ABSOLUTE SECURITY QUICK l-'or full write or apply1 to W. V. NEWSON, Dcpuly Provincial Edmonton. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT B.30 SKWGAARD Denmark's VFollnlit and the NEW YORK METROPOLITAN COMPANY Concert at 8.30 Slurp SEATS AT THEATRE NOW 60c ta (1.50 RPHEUM TODAY KARRIS AND PRQY'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY PRESENTING "The Isle of A MELANGE Of MIRTH AND MELODY A Continuous Hound of Laughter and Song. SPECIAL SCENERY BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES 'PICTURES Helen Holmes in "A Lass of the Lumbcrlamls" CHAPTER GOOD PICTURES Matinees 2.30: Prices.Matlnet, Children 10c, AdulU, 35c, Even- Ing Prktt, Chllcfran 25c, Adullt JOC. "SPIT; "MAKING OVER TONIQHTj TOMORROW, PALLA8 PRESENT POPULAR, PIQUANT Vivian Mfirliii.iii "The Wax Model" It Is a Plclure and Therefore IB Sure to be ExJraJ Visit of (o Ireland. ALICE MADY1N S Other Good PIcturM lritlydlnt Icromlngly ;