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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONpAY; MAT 21. 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE ITERATED WILSON'S FLY PADS Cleui to handle. Soil bjr Drug- Creccrt and General Blurci. WINNIPEG MAN CURED. tayi Dr. CMMll'i Tablet! Saved Him From NcrVDUt Breakdown. Mr. G. C. Inman, 330 Ilarcourt Street, Sturgeon Crcok, WlnMi-.c-g, for many years a well known man Ifl the business life ot Canada, Gays: "I was terribly run down nnd weak. had no appetite, anil Buffered If 1 forced inyaelt to eat My nerves were In a bad way, and my sleep very disturb- ed. Eveiy thing pointed to a nervous breakdown. Then L got Dr. Carson's Tablets. Tho first result 'was thai coulil sleep, nud then my health top- jrtly Improved. It was renlly astonish- ing hovr my strength and fitness came bacV." Mr. Innian IB now In England, man- aging Uic well known firm oC A. W. luman and Son, Printers and Publish- ers, Leeds. letters will reach hint A free lample of Dr. Tib- letf will rje to you on receipt or cents for mailing and packing. Ad- drew: Harold F. Ritchie 4. Co., Ltd., 10 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. CaaaelVs Tablets arc lho, surest 'homo remedy for Dyspepsia, Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, Neryous Ailments, N'erve Paralysis, Palpitation and Weakness In Child- ren. Specially valuable for nursing mothers and during tho critical per- iods ol life.- Sold, .by rimgglslB nnd storekeepers. throughout Canada. Prices: One tube, 50 cents; eli tubca for the price of five. Beware ot Imita- tions said io 'contain hyponhosphltes. 'The composition ot Dr. CaaacU's Tab- lets IB known only to lie proprietor and no Imitations ciii ever be the Sole Dr. Caiiell'j Ltd. Manchester, Eng. E FOR 1FES1I1 To Compete In Annual Musical Competitions In Capital City Over 100 EougsUrs left tUla atlcniooi. for Edmonton, where tlioy will participate lii ILo annual pro- vincial raustcal festival which opens In tho cupllal tomorrow. Among those who Mill compete arc Ike Knox church cbolr. winners of Ilio shield (or email choirs at the (eeilYal htre last year, under tba leadership of Krncsl IjivUii; Wesley choir, under iho leadership of Claudo Hughes; St. Augustltic's quartette under ttio lead- ership of It. T. IJiymncr, as uell as Iho school chorus lion Fleclwood school, under direction of Mies Wat- erman, vclilch von the prize UeL year. There arc also mcmy Individual com- petitors wHJi Iho parly, Including 'JtoH. with the violin. Jlltio Miss Janet Mdlvcna, wlnnur aat year of the. bay and girl solo competition. There will also bo sev- eral plaDo competitors. Tb.0 party IB accompanied by Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Waddlngton, who also may enter the compcUUonS. anil also by Ecvcral Interested local people arc Inking ID Ibe trip. PAGE PTTB, GKASSY LAKE GRAS3Y LAKE (From Our Own Correspondibl) rauy Lalio. May E. .iii made a IrJp to Calgary, returning Simday (uornlog. MLw Mary McNabli, from Youott- town. Is the guest ot her father, R. J. McN'abb. Thi Ladie3: Aid of the Presbyterian church, tiiul last week at Uio mtme, oodly uu inter wcro present from town and district, regard leas ot tho tuey lima ami t good luecllflg wus iho result. Master Scolt eterltlned -a i.uiubcr ot his school friends at bli home Friday afleruoou In honor of Ills Hth birthday. A dainty supper was seried at (be bouse and after- partis tho youugBlera WCTG treated to Ice cream at Ihc drug store. Walter was a very busy aud proud boy In tbs crowd and received many gilts. Mr. Mrs. Lave taken up their residence In town, Mr. Cavlllo being In fliarpe of the Kla- vaior. Wr. CavIHe formerly was man ager In Purple Springs. Jerry I'arhani, who has been at the front In Kranec" for two and ouc-luilf years. IE home on a afx weeks' furlough vlslUng hfa wife and Mr. Parhaoi waa a' rcse'irlsl and reported at Calgary when war wag declared. He lias twice wounded, but is now looking well and wo are all pleased1 to BRQ 'him 'once again. Mrs. II. E. Sands rclurncd on Tires' day Jrom the Medicine Hal hosjilla; much Imprurcd In health. D. Henry wtts a Luslnces visitor In Lcthbrldgo Thursday and Friday. GREAT EASTERN Victoria. May legislature adjourned on Saturday evenfug until August 1-1. One of the last acls of the Ecsslon on Salurauy was to pass an rutterui- mcnt to the public Inquiry act to provide for u further probe Into Die affairs of the Pacific Great Elistcm rillM'ay. 11. D. Thomas, secretary of lha Pac- ific Great Kastcrn Railway company, who lias been In custody since April for contempt ot He house In refusing to answer questions, WAS ordered re- leased. POPULAR CHOICE VOCAIIONAL 10 BE'COf LEIEB Calvary, May als nonilnated tde Hon. Charles Stew- nrt as their candidate for the jirovia- clal Icelsluturu at on? of the best con- ventions ever lield in the constituency. Every part waa represented, and al- though the farmers are busy complet- ing seeding operations, they were out in Inrgo numbers to nominate their popular member. Mr. Stewart wag placed In nomination by Mrs. Gibb, of Klllnm. In the clly today Is llrodcrlck of be department of cdm-atlon ot the province o( who will remain icre as long KG nay be necessary to i the complete information ne- cenary tor tbe otcuyationil survey which 19 now in progress, Tha survey s practically completed lu tbe whole- tale B eel Ion of the city, but it baa :o be compiled in tbe retail business. Following aro tUe objects of iho sur- vey: 1. To reveal the citent to which returned soldiers ran be employed by Lhoso vho wire their employers be- fore Ihey enlisted; lu reveal cases, where lho employer may be able lo gtvo work to a fewer or greater num- ber ot men than was the case betore tbe war- to gel and to keep touch with tho possibilities of finding places tor returned mnn, especially those fce Ing re-trained on account of their ills- abWty- 2. To reveal to those responsible (or the re-lralnliiG nf the partially ills abled soldiers, and io tlioae responsible (or tho development of commercial and Industrial education the commer- cial and Industrial situation la the pro- vince, not only from tbe standpoint of opportunity, but especially froai the standpoint of the educational Deeds (1) of those who arc planning to enter tlieee fields, (2) of those who already entered them and are desirous ot securing additional Irain- Ing v-'hllo engaged In business or in- dustry. 3. That the Information gained and the close relationship thua ostaLIlEh- ed, may enable the staff of tbe insti- tute to prepare suitable reportB and vocational guidance literature la each J of the lines ot Industry and commerce, hid i will no doubt Lc of great valuo the youth ot the province as well s lo the B en oral public. Protect Against Disappomtrnent f Tlw aatMaction and value you expect when you buy CREX rugs are assured only if -you fantt upon name C-R-E-X .woven the edge of side'binding For the, dinioj room, bedroom. or attrictlve and depend- ftlroomt-an' economical necessity your for color- foldtr or write to M CREX CARPET COMPANY 212 FIFTH AVENUE Lleul. Fcrnlcy Smllh. who before en' -.vith 3rd C.M.n. at Medi- cine Hal, was employed by lho Clly of LethbrldgQ, lias been awarded the Military Cross. He -won hla comtnls- sJon on lUe fiolii. HAD GREAT INTEREST have certainly shown great bravery in .saving thai man's life. la he B relative of yours? Relative? Oh, no! Bui he owes me ;200.' THE MUNICIPAL HOSPITALS ACT How to Incorporate Hoipltal Diitrict and Provide for Operation or a Hospital. May 2 3 24 Sl-ECIAL .BIG HOLIDAY MATINEE THURS. (ylCTORIA PAY) THE WHIHLY, OIRLY, SYNCOPATED MUSICAL COMEDY Little Miss Innocence WITH AN. ALL-STAR CAST INCLUDING CHARLES'QRA'ML'ICH, BLANCHE WILCOX, PALMER HINES, IVY COOPER, CEO. TETTERS, MARJORIE BUSH, TOM FIND- LAY AND THE UNEQUALLED DANCING 8INGING CHORUS ONE YEAR IN NEW YORK. FIVE MONTH? IN CHICAGO. PRICES: NlgMl 26c, SOc, 7oc, (No Higher) Holiday Matinee.......................5pc and Ail it Aiilnlbnli Muilc Slore, Wrtet Now EXTKA SPECIAL A1TKACTION JES8E L, LA9.KY PRESENTS THE ADORABLE G.ERALD1NE FARRAR in CECIL DE MILLE'S CINEMA MACiTERPIECE v "JOAN THE WOMAN" A COLOSSAL PHOTOORAMATIC aENtATION ACCOMPANIED DY OWN SYMPHONYr.OHCHESTflA 1'ricfes fjil.OO, 75c, SEAT. FOR "JOAN, THE WOMAN'' OPENS THURSDAY AT ASSINIBOlA MUSIC STORE Under the Municipal Hospitals Act passed at tho recent Session of Lhe Legislature, the Minister of Munlclpa Affaira Is authorized to divide the Province Into Hospital Districts. He IB also charged with the responsibility of supplying plans, speclricalionB, eellm atea, advice on sites and nnd such other assistance as he roaj be able lo give. The bringing Into existence ol a hospital depends upon the Initiative of the people. Whon only one munclpallty Is conccmcdr'all-thi Is necessary to Initiate action Is a petition signed by Iwcnly-Iivc electors and agreed to by the municipal coun more than one council Js concerned, the .consent of the othei council or councils. Is ta Tvell as lho pellllon trom the elector within the municipality. The prellrd Inary "-orh belnp, done, the counol ahnll appoint n hospILil board. ln( thi cam 'of one :nnnlclpnllty undcrtafelni the' work, the board shall consvtet- b three mpnihcrs of tho council km throe eleclora, oulBldo the council thero aro two municipalities In the proposed district each council shil appoint reprftpenlntlTea, one lw Ing a member o( rhe council, tnd tw electors not councillors. When-the ftp- polnlmcnte arc mado the to the Minister who names B COD venor and Ihc rjlncc and ilale ol ing for organization. Tho board To appoint such offfcJaJs as may b necessary lo fix tho amount of re- To determine Ihe site and trrang for purchaeo of same; To nrranpe tor the acqulrti erection of L suitable To with M Jstlnff hospital, If preferred lo nndc Lalto nnd matnlei unco of B Institution; To engago JncdJcal prRclHIoncra an To arrange for Ilnanclng the hcrap tho rirep.irsi.'s." ot estimates, etc. the providing the monc fls for olher "municipal cniorprlaea. Tho lovy COT capflnt cxpennib shflU not bo higher ihan two mtlla 6 the dollar..' A? ECcr. r.e (he phna nro approve by tho Minister of Municipal VI tViO council shnll prepato n to Hiifimlaslon (o ihc which mtn be on vllhln Ihroo For full Information AS lo hoir Id a nnd.. coniliicl n Munlc Hoaptlcil unrtftr tttla Act, to JOHN I'RRIllK, Deputy Minister of MunlcEnal Affitrs, Edmonlop, V AT THE EMPRESS The Eternal Question, featuring Ma- !amc Pctrova, Is at the Empress to- light-. Italph Courtland and Pierre 'elli are sitting ID their Fifth Avenue lub.discussing the eternal question. woman. Ilalph conlenda 'that it Is Irlh and breedlUE that make the gen- .Bwoman, hut Felix, who Is a designer f fashionable claims in thrco months he can make'a lady of any on a e raty happen to pick up on the street) dressing-her properly. An Id organ-grinder and a young woman, eadlng a monlicy by a string, stop In ront of lho club to gather some pen- Montreal. .May national cs- cutlve of '.he wln-thc war convention et here this zooming with 127 dele- ales present from all parts ot Can- la. After a brief preliminary scs- on the delegates and their guests, umbering about 200 In all left for tree Hirers by motor, where they ill bo tendered a banquet anil civic The-party will leave there onlght for Quebec and after spending he divr, they will return lo Montreal Vednesday morning when the convcn formally open and continue ntll Friday. About SOO delegates are spec ted to be fln attendance at (he esslon here. What the Pres Agents Say CHEWING GUM. WiTH THE FRUITY FLAVOR GAIL KANE, who has made a sensational hit in The" Harp of says: All of Cali- fornia's Fruits not be more delightful than the flavor of Adams California Fruit is de- licious. CANADIAN CHEWING GUM CO. LIMITED manner. A young West Point cadet lies, and Ralph and Felix decide tojturns UP 3usl in time. He Is Inveigled te her the subject of the lest. the girls to take part in the plot -wager IE for and expenses aild to don female attire. staUcs are pladed vlth Allen Tall, night there Is fun starts. young lawyer. AT STARLAND Not only Is Mlaa seen as a news'Rlrl of llm streets, In a ragged suit and dilapidated hat in "Lost ami Uio Paramount feature nL SWrland tonight and, tomorrow, bul after, her rise In society she Is given to wenr bcaulTut (owns. For her coming-out ball the .jiky Company has mado nn capcc- effort to display lalesi crcal- iona 'of the American designers. The cast supporting Miss Dora Is one of unusual excellence, Including Elllou Derter, Maym Kclac-j Carl aiochdaic. 3. H. Geldert, -Sydney Dean, Robert Gray and others. This latest Paramount Picture Is In Intensity of story, dramatic appeal, acting ability and photographic ex- cellence, equal to the many remark- ible photoplays which havo consis- tently borno Ita trade-mark. In ad- dlllon lo the feature, pood comedies. Mo king-lord, to both the professor anil Ur. 0. .Uoollhan brings about one of bo most .coiopllcated and laugh pro- sHuallons Imaginable. With all new song numbers, a special singe selling and a- beautiful display of Saturday next, May 25 and 2fi." tvRrdrobe, The College Widow- will lax dramatic reviewers, unstinting In inn cnnp.cltr of (ho Ornhcum for Ilio Ural haU'of the -week. en educational reel, And Weekly will be shown. latest AT THE ORPHEUM Mr. 0. Hoollhnn, a wealthy widow Is left with a hnndsomo Income bcaulKul daughter whom he la supposed to educate. All arrange men I a are completed and lho daughter AT THE MAJESTIC Thai' a elenn show will win out where one ol questionable repute (alls; has been demonstrated by the production Miaa Innocence'1 which IB to lie offered at the Majcslle tliealre on Wednesday ami Thursday, a. aptclal matinee on Thursday (Victoria questionable Itncs or suggestive situations creep Inlo Lhls musical com- edy. U is handled by a clean company who hate won distinction for their merits on the While lho show la free from all that can bo "unflX" the comedy la not so puritanical that It is robbed of any of snap nnrt pep. There are no dull moments allowed to en I or from lho rises to the fin ale. H'a-R rollfcklng, clever comedy and ft frilf Ehown here with one of c.islea ever lour In the wealcrn circuits. Get readj-'for the big Joy fcal; the of Cbarlca Grnmllch aro the real thing. Scats are now selling at tho Asalnlbola Music Store. Hailed as the most ivonderful photo- drama of the age, Cecil B. DeMille's masterpiece, "Joan the -In wlilch Cernldino Farrar (9 seen as Ilia (laimortal Joan of Arc, fill a an engage- ment Rt Lha MajGsllcjoii Friday and Tho _, their praise of llie story by Jeanne son, Mr. IJeMille's masterly direction, he wonderfully artistic acting of Ger- oldino Fnrrar, Ihc magnifi- la sent Lo jvn exclualve female ecmln- rcal 'thB coming L The dftusMcr Hfler A lime gels under the can her lho Ipnosomo and finally father, 0, llooUltan to visit school, lie sets nMde ell business and prepares for the vlatl, determined lo show lho girls a good lime. The girls In return want to make thlnga pleas- ant for O. iSoDllhun. linlsy, Ihc uangh- ler, being a chip off (he old blacX nnd knowing her fnlhcr's fondness for Ihc ladlcfl, slarla Ihlngs rolling In a fine cent support ot her tccompuirlic or-. ganlzatton of artists, the frandw of the siieclaclee and the mLrreUotw pbo' tography, have, announced the photo- drain a as one of the greatest Bchiere-' menla of the screen. The accompanying rnaslo for-this photo dram a was conipoaed by WlllUm Fursl, the most famnuK conywwr of Incidental miisfc in the coyntry.'. Ow- ing (c tho rapidity of action of jthls thrilling production the audteace ehould be in (heir Beats at tho rlie ol (he curtain. The company's own sym- phony orchestra Interpret the mualcAl. score. TODAY AND PROY'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY PRESENTING "The College Widow" A SCREAM FROM START TO FINI8H MaKnst Dally- Pritts................. Children 10c; AdulU Evening Children 25c; Adultl 50o ._____, ____ -The fttel- Helnla and lotrlfl Cfvmcdy TcnEght aiid Tomorrow JesM U, Ltsty Preienlf MAKIE in "LOST AND ft: A SPLENDID PARAMOUNT FEATURE IN FIVE REELS, DESCmBINQ THE EVOLUTION OF A LITTLE NEWS GIRL TO A SOCIETY FAVOmTE LATEST WAR WEEKLY XNO A OOOD CHRISTIE COMEDY EMPRESQ TONIGHT HVE ACTS THE GREAT FAVORITE AND EVER POPULAR AIM Mme, Petrova in the "Eternal Question" funny 2 reel: Ftiturt Comtdy, "Good MoroJnj totnt