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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVKMBF.R (i, Ifllfi THE LETHBRlfiGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE 6 Big Acts 6 H A R D E E N THE HANDCUFF KING HOWAKJ) KOSS NOVEL MUSICAL CREATION Vi nil ----U NEQUALLE AUDEVILll Banner Show of the Season JOHN T. DOYLE CO. "THE DANGER LINE" 1 WOOD, OSAlvl DUO PICTURES AND OKCHESTHA ORPHEUM ONLY Prices 50c Unequalled facilities lor secur- ing reliable tnfiiniiatiun regard- ing Grain. Krcimmit cmoLutlous. AH markets. Yr-ii arc Invllcil lo malto trco UM> Ol UllB COTVicO. Ask for bills on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New Yoik, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird BoUcrcll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOR. Mgr. Phone 1599. Res. Phone 18G2. James Richardson and Sons, Limited GRAIN AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Fifty-eight years in the Canadian grain trade assure you safety, service and .csults on your consignments. Write Grain Exchange, WINNIPEG Sherlock Buldfl., LETHBR1DGE DISTRICT NEWS HIGH RIVER (From tho Times) the blKt'eut policeinan In the nrovlhco. At the Methodist parsonage1, High lllvor, oil Ocliilrer 31st, William H. charge. Messrs. S. II. fox and .1. A. and T. Jrecu, purchased a tlireshhiR outfit recently and aru operating same 111 the Arrowood district. So far as thresh- IUB has proceeded lire yield has rang- ed from 30 to -10 bushels (it wheat pel- acre, The death nccured at High River on Aseltinu, of Lomond, was united Tuesday, October Slsl, ot Harold I marriage lo Klcanor M. Buchanan, Ililey, soli of .Mr. Ucorgc Riley, of Hal- j Lomond, Rev. 11. B. Unrdon. tic, i'.IC.l., at the age ot 24 years. Tho JJ.A. Mr. and Mrs. Aselune, in company deceased came to the west three year.' for tho, benefit of his health, and has siieut most of that time at (he ranch of uncle, Mr. D. K. Riley. Chief Monroe has resigned his posi- tion in connection with tllii police. This will make some considerable re- duction In the force. Chief Monroe weighs :i08 pounds and was perhaps with Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Benson, of Lomond, continued their trip to Cal- gary by automobile. BLACKIE (From i ho His" River Times) Miss Lela J'ope, telephone operator t this point, has retired from that Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Freight PHONES: Office Btablco 1QS Exchange Bi Put Name, Address and Phone Number in Your Advt. When Possible THE experience of many advertisers has the advisability of affixing name, address and phone number to a ''want" advertisement they publish. This makes it possible for readers to investigate the offers advertised with Hie smallest possible amount of delay or diffi- culty; and it should be remembered that the easier you make it for people to inquire about your proposition, the easier It to get results. Under a limited amount of classifications it is sometimes imperative that tho advertiser "conceal hs identity. You can count these classifications practically on the fingers of one hand. 'They are: "SITUATIONS where a person already em. pfoyed is quietly seeking a bigger, more congenial or better-paying position. "HELP where an employer wishes to secure the services of a competent worker without letting a hint of his silent, thorough search leak out. AND where the boarder desires to be sure of satisfaction in the new boarding place before breaking the news of his departure at the 'old. j "BUSINESS where the fact, prema- tureiy told, that a certain business is on the market might prove harmful to the proprietor's trade. A That Is about all. Tho Herald, has provided means by which tho person whose proposition demands it can advertise in secret. On request, a Herald bos number is substituted for name and address in your ad. Answers come to one of the boxes and may be called for or are mailed oulside Lethbridge when postage is furnished. It is not an idle assertion but a fact easily demonstrated.that some one among tho readers reached by the Herald hag what you Wftnt or wants what you have. the "want" alls introduce you. Adopt the better 'address and phone you can. It' not, insert a keyed "want" ad. Want Adyts. Must Be Paid In Advance Phone and the grade is belter tluiu at [irst anticlpateil. A. A. Dwwes, completed threshing his crop ot 300 acres on the suuth halt' o( section 32-19-25 last weelc, anil he is very well satisfied with results. He bail 100 acres limk'r wheat, from which lie got 4172 bushels, and from 200 acres ot oats, he got 17.000 bush- els. Before threshing lie figured on S.OOO ot wheat and Kl.dlio of oats. The crop proceeds will amount to about on thu half, section. (From the Times) On Monday morning lint John Bell. Conor d'Alene, Idaho, a member of H 'V. Lillibrldge's threshing crew, met with an accident which nearly caused him the loss of his right hand. He is employed as separator man. and was assisting the engineer to do some- thing on the engine when the chain which drives the pump caught Ills sleeve and drew his hand Into the cog wheels. The hand was almost severed fro'm the arm. It was neces- sary to reverse the engine to release the hand. He was immediately rushed to Taber by Messrs. Lillibriilge and John Steffano au employee of the Canada West mine, was the victim of a serious accident on Monday last. He I was timbering a room down in the mine when the roof caved in and frac- tured one of his hip bones. He had an nxe in his hand when the accident happened and the falling rock and earth caused it to hit him in the fore- head making a nasty fash down one side of his nose. Dr. Haminan was cal- led and with the assistance of Chief Faulds did all that was possible for the injured man. He was taken to Gait, hospital, Lethbridge, on Monday night's train Alex. Mcltoherts accom- panied him to look after Ills comfort. Secretary Grubb forwarded a check for to the head office of the Pat- riotic Fund at Calgary on Saturday last. This is not a bad start for Taber constituency in raising the assessment. F. B. Scott, who formerly resided at Coal City and enlisted some time aso, has been reported as wouuded. His mother left for England early this week. The name of K, C. Fiuley, formerly of the local Bank of Commerce staff, who enlisted in the liSUi C. M. R., appears in a recent casualty list as missing. Mrs. T. A. Sundal, left on Monday last for Claresholni, where she will attend the winter session of the Agri- cultural college. EMPRESS TONIGHT to Mr. Bolton Amiable. The land is sit- uated about four miles north of Clares- helm. .Mr. Amiable recently sold his farm near Uarons for ?40 per acre. A 10. Strange had a narrow escape from hanging last week. Having re- cently purchased a new car, and being anxious to sliojv his wife the skill he had attained in handling it, he started to cross his yard, and headed straight for the Hhed in which it was kept. About half way across, a clothes line, which he had forgotten, took him under the chin, lifted him out of his iseat and left him suspended in the (air, while the good old Ford wont itraigut into the shed and stopped. STAVELEY (From the Cluresholm Review) Olaf Jones reports having threshed 11 acres of oats that averaged 111 bus- hels to the acre. A. C. Moyer, the station agent, re- ceived the sad news that his father had been stricken With paralysis and was not expected to live. Mr: Mover, accompanied by his brother. Robert, of Lomond, left or. Wednesday's train for the east. Marion McQuaif met with a pamtui accident on Tuesday last. She was trying to drive a stray horse out of Huson'a yard when it kicked her in the face, knocking out five teeth and probably marking her for life. METRO METRO METRO v. OIJSHMAN AND MARGUERITE SNOW IN "The Second in Command" The Strongest Metro Seen at the Empress for Some Time. Also Comedy, BILLY RHODES in "HER SPEEDY AFFAIR." NEW DAYTON (From Our Own Correspondent) New Dayton, Nov. hustling, growing town of New Dayton, located in the great wheat belt district on the C P. R., from Lethbridge south to the boundary line has experienced a great deal of activity in the last year. Two general stores have been added; one meat store, one bank, one automobile agency, where you can purchase Ford car, one billiard and pool room. One more big elevator has been built and added to the line of elevators along the C.P.R. tracks. New homes have been built or are building, and barns and houses all over this dis- BARNWELL (From the Taber Times) The wheat yield this year is ex- ceptionally, good. .T. TV. Anderson had no acres of summer fallow which av- eraged over 52 bushels per acre. Le- Baron Bros., spring plowing averaged 40 bushel. The National Elevator, up to date has handled about nine hun- dred and twenty six thousand bushels of wheat. Mr. and Mrs Chas. Henderson of Maine, arrived' here Sunday, where they expect to reside in the future. Mr. Henderson, wiio is the son of F. B. Henderson, resided in Barnwell some years ago and his friends gladly wel- come his return. What the Press Agents Say CHAMPION (From Our Own Correspondent) Champion, November C. Hyndman returned" last night from au extended vacation in the east, she was met at Calgary by Mr. Hyndman. G. Clever has received another car- load of McLaughlin cars. Business in that line being very urisk. Howard Smith has purchased a new Ford. An amusing and successful snipe hunt was held Wednesday night. Sev- eral auto loads left the town early in the evening, but the three hunters with their lanterns and bags drifted in at odd periods during the morning, reporting plenty of game, but hard travelling There are several cases of whooping cough in town. Hallowe'en passed quietly, though as usual a few gates were missing as well as other changes made. CLARESHOLM "TFrom the Review) The 44 ranch sold, this week, 161 head of cows and 294 steers. John Nelson so! to Seattle buyers. T. C. Millies purchased, this week, At Storland Everyone who has ever gone tc school has known "the poor child' se and neglected anc; unhappy because some other child made it so. Every debutante, every business Oirl, has Known what it is to envy the gowns or the pleasures or possessions of others. Every young -woman has some time in her "life trifled with the heart ot a man to either his or her disaster. Every woman has either been ex else longed to be. Every young "wife lias at some time been jealous of her'husband. And so every woman will appreci ate and understand "The Five Faults of produced as a Mutual Master picture, De Luxe Edition, by the Than houser Film Coruoration and show ing at the Starland theatre tomor row. Florence La Sadie, the popular star appears in the leading role. John Nelson sold 200 head of cattle Majestic To-Nip THE ECKHARDT PLAYERS UNDER SOLE DIRECTION OF OLIVER ECKHARDT TONIGHT in TONIGHT "Sweet Clover" THE DELIGHTFUL COMEOY DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS TUESDAY NIGHT "LENA RIVERS" WEDNESDAY NIGHT "THE GIRL IN THE TAXI" Popular Prices 75c 50c 25'c SEATS AT HEDLEY'S NOW which the dainty little lady does all tho horizontal bar turns while balanc- cd at the top of a pole which her part- ner balances. Her work is remark- ably clever. Wood, Melville and Phillips have a pouri of song and story" iu which the dancing of the lady is the best thing in the mixture. They are fair in some of their singing and fun- ny in spots. 'George F. Howard does some very good banjo playing and juggling in .he act which he and Kitty Ross pro- sent, and her contribution is singing operatic selections iu costume, which she does very creditably. Joe Whltehead is .around again gath- ering Ills winter's supply ot nutty stuff and the samples which he dis- plays are just as good as he usually carries in stock. Hardsell, the handcuff king, will mystify the people "of by Ills marvellous work, and escapes from the combination of handcuffs and leg irons with marvellous dexterity. Ajt the Majestic GOOD COMPANY AT MAJESTIC To those who appreciate a meritor- ious stock company, the engagement of the Eckhardt Planers at the Ma- jestic theatre for tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday, of this week, will be more than welcome. Mr. Eokhardt, for many years exceedingly popular throughout Western Canada, has asr sembled together tills season one of the best repertoire companies ever sent on tour, every member of the company being a well known perform- er Three plays will be offered by the company at the Majestic this week. The first, "Sweet Clover" a de- lightful four act rural comedy drama, will be presented tonight. Special scenery and costumes, elaborate ef- fects, and every known stage device consistent with the cowed presenta- tion of such a well known stage suc- cess, all help to make Mr. Eckhardt's urnduction'of "Sweet Clover" a mem- orable event. Tomorrow (Tuesday) night, Mrs. Mary Holmes' best novel 'Lena Hivers" will be offered, and on J. O. White had some new land that averaged ti2 bushels per acre. F. Dows sold a half section of land Wheat Lands For Sale The fintlt whMt and -ranch lands In Southern Aiberti. Eigh miles from elevators. In township 11, rinfSl 11 end II, of 4th MerloHan. luy direot from the estate. Ne middlemen rued laply. For prlow and tsrms apply. J. D, Fuller Or at the Cameron Maneh. At the Empress Francis X. Bushman and Marguer- ite Snow .will appear in "The Second in at the Empress tonight. Miles Anstnither, a wealthy and bril- liant young officer in the British army, reaches the grade of lieutenant- colonel of his regiment. His friend Major Bingham, remains second in command. Muriel likes but does not love Bingham, who is an ardent wooer. Coerced by La.dy Harburgh, and humiliated because it fe made known to her she is a great expense to her ladyship, she accepts Bingham and tells' him she wiii try iu love him. Anstnither arrives to take com- mand of his Regiment and Muriel finds him to be the original of her ideal. "He meets her and falls In love with Muriel, hut the fact of her en- gagement to Bingham she conceals At an officer's hail Austr.sther pro poses to Muriel. She tells him of hei engagement. He becomes indignan that he" was not told before he hat committed himself. Bingham finds Muriel to show her the engagemen ring and to place it on her finger Then she tells him that their engage mont is Impossible and she canno' marry without love. AtTheOrpbciim PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE AT ORPHEUM TONIGHT The headlincr at the Pantages Vau- deville, at the Orpheum tonight Is a little playlet 'cleverly presented by John T. Doyle, Marion Willard Doyle and Forest ttynimings, as the father, daughter >nd cop. respectively. Weil acted1 and realistic little which the old boy, who was some sport In his day, celebrates election night; well, celebrates It as it used to tie celebrated and It winds up In a heart- breaking tragedy. The bill is opened in a very clever Japanese act In which the Osaka's appear In-Some splendid juggling, in Wednesday night "The Qlrl In The Taxi" will fill the bill. AUTOMOBILE LIVERY Open or Closed Car Rates to Any Part of City One Person 3 persons Country Trips, 15c per mile, H. Kins Phone 693 III CHILDREN LOVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" FOB Lira Give It When Feverish, Cross, Bilious, Tor Sad Breath, or Sour Look at the tongue, Mother! If coaled, It is a sure sign that your little one's stomach, liver and bowels a gentle, thorough cleansing at When peevish, cross, listless, yale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act nat- urally, or is feverish, stomach spur, breath bad; has stomach ache, spre throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give- a teaspoonful ''California Syriip oE and in a few hours all constipated waste, undigested food, and sour bile gently moves out of'its little bowels without griping, and iou; have a well, playful child jigain. You needn't coax sick take this harmless "fruit they love its delicious taste, it always makes them feel splendid.: Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of -which has directions for babies ren of all ages and for- grown-ups plainly on the bottle, tteware of t.erfelta sold here. To ue SUPS you :ga4' the genuine, ask to see is by "California Fig Syrup Refuse any other kind with contempt. MADE IN CANADA The 1917 Ford Runabout f Ford, Ontario If you fancy a light car for everyday service.-the new model Ford Runabout will fit running and to handle the Runabout it always ready fof action, winter' or summer, over all kinds, of roadi, and it high mileage on low gasoline cost. You ought to lee the new model at once if you want one thli lewn." Orders given now have the first FORD GARAGE i- "1232 THIRD AV6. S., LETHBRIDQE ;