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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX IllE LETHBRIDGE PAITA HERALD WEDNESDAY. NOVKMBKU 8, 1910 MISERABLE FROM Felt Wretch Until He Started 5M CniMi-tAis ST., Moxraui. "For two years, I was a miserable! sufferer from Rheumatism and Slcmach Trouble. I hud frequent Sfflls, anil when I took food, felt wretched and sleepy. I suffered from Rheu- matism dreadfully, with pains in my back and joints, and my hands swollen. A friend advised "Fruit-a-tiTes" and from the outset, they did me good. A_flfr Iks first box, If''11 uuSfcJliiif well and I can truthfully say that "Vr'utt-a-tivcs" is the only medicine that helped LOUIS LAURIE. oOc. a bos, 6 for J2.M, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tives Limited. Ottawa. EGG CORNER AT CHICAGO Report ll Thlt Speculators Control Dozens Obicago, Nov. 2. After hearing changes by Alderman Pi-etzei Uiat tiere were dozen esgs in Chicago in cold storage ut present, while tile price is soaring, about cents a dozen, the council health com- mittee today invited Uniteil States District Attorney Ciine to attend the next meeting of the .committee, at -which effort "will, "be made to show a collusion on the part of middlemen and producers to control the price of food- stuffs. Henry D. Coghlan. a Michigan farm- er, testified that half a dozen Chicago operators control egg prices through the middle west. Their agents bny up the supply, he paid. The United States is estimated to use more tliau elaborate elec- tric protective systems against crime, about smaller systems and more than minor devices. (From Our Own Raymond. Nov. a Joint meet ing yesterday afternoon of the Kny- inon'd Agricultural Society and the Hoard of Trade, a strong protest was passed aeainst the treatment this point and were receiving in the matter ol cars. There lias boon n serious shortage of cars now for weeks along tills line. At Welling the situation is as critical as hero us every inch of elevator space is filled and only half of tlie crop threshed. The ineetius; was largely attended I by representative fanners from these two neishborhoods. and was presided over by Pres. James E. Meeks. of the agricultural society. Mr. Meeks and other practical grain-growers pointed out Ilie gravity of the situation. Sotue- thing would have to be CIOL.C or thous- ands of bushels of grain would spoil. Xot a busliel could be marketed, and thousands of bushels were being I threshed on the ground. This wheat would soon begin to germinate by rea- son of the. dampness of tlie earth, and every vet storm cuts down the erade It is ridiculous to say, said die speaker, that the farmers can build bins to hold all this year's crop. Xot only is it unprofitable but also mpracticable. Thomas J. O'Brien relative 10 the shiDineut of potatoes, lie said potatoes, cabbage and other vege- tables .were perishing right now be- cause he could not get cars to place them on the market. Various other speakers registered emphatic com- plaints asainst the treatment ot the, ,iiicivu.......... _ railway company, staling that the ,u llrescrlt ,ime a demand for ditiou'waa even worse than hist sea-1 of tho applicants AN IMPORTANT LETTER FROM NIAGARA FALLS. Niagara Falls, was miserable, tired out and dragging around. My legs could scarcely sup- port me. My hus- band had .read about. 'Favorite Prescription' and he got. me to it. I used four bottUs and the results were surprising. I got stronger, waa leas nervous, ray the improved and I felt like a new per- son. It is the best medicine for suns! I havs ercr heard of." A. C. Bsoira, 39 Clulon Are., Niagara Palls, Ont. There is nothing that will bring com Rvlands Alteration Sale Just Three More Days to Buy Your Dry Goods, Suits, Coats, etc., at a saving of from 10 to 35 per cent. other vegetables which are ai present there is on the oriler- serious condition last nisht: htimbly petition To the Hoard of Railway ers. Fort William. Out.: your attention. ......__ .'Our houorabl give immediate direction to 11 he C. P. ft. to supplj Eat Heartily Use Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets After Each Meal and You Can Eat as Much as You Want of What You Want. Gentlemen: Whereas upon careful daj, ,o ,ne inquirv it is learned that a serious ear shortage preva this point. car liiiunoit and the tributary station of ellmg on the Cardston branch of the C.P.R., there are now on an average less ihan three cars a day furnished these two points. whereas, at the present time the elevators are, filled and cannot accept further delivery. And whereas, there arejieins threshed in these neigSii-orr.oods ap- proximately bushels of grain Ji day. which would require 40 to cars a day to move, Uid whereas the granary accom- modation "ill hold than M pel- cent of the threshed. And whereas, there are at tlie pres- ent moment thousands of bushels ly- a i mltii the crop is we further request fit- I inond moved, teen ears immediately for the moving of. vegetables. Signed, -las. E. Meeks, Pres. Agri- cultural Society: S. Farnham Kim- hall. Secretary-Treasurer; L. D. Vice-Pres. Board of Trade: F. C. Kteele. Secretary. Write for FREE Trial Package When you were a child you ate rav- enously of anythng that pleasei your taste. No dyspepsia or other trouble" resulted. Why? Be- your stomach juices were pleuti- tlie present deficiency Tablets yhile iiipply "catches up." It will What the Press Agents Say !ate oirecuuu ,-qur stomai ly daily twenty- fll, 5Iake up for t two poiutSi Ray-! Sluan.s rjys h cro is I At the Majestic There have been few comedies writ- ten which have the .humor vim of "The Girl in the which will pleased tlie attraction at the Maestic The- tonight only. From start to fin- ish this play is one long succession of laughs: The humor is not in the least bit strained, and the laughable situa- tions that arise do not tax the Intelli- gence of.the audience. The sitimiion itnes! Previous to this W. A. Buchanan had already taken up the mailer with the railway commission and had re- ceived a wire from them in reply that 100 cars were being sent at once to tile Cardston branch. mere is nuituiig iimi. n." fort and renew hope to the invalid so Burelr as good news. When the vita! are ai'a low ebb and everything seema useless, a ray of joy and assur- ance will stimulate the weary body to new effort and energy. A letter.from loted one bin tamed the tide m many a Doctor Pierce; of 'he Inyalida' HoW, Buffalo, N. Y., has good new: for eyery suffering woman. Write him to-day and Ull-him TOUT troubles, and he will MM vou'- just the right -dvice to restore you S 'health -back the rosee_tp your cheeks, and without charge. "EaTorite Preemption" haa been Uw iwcue of thousands of suffering women. Many'grateful taken Dr. Pierce's adTtce. Mothers, S jonr are weak, feck ambition, are troubled with head- aches, laaritude and are pale and sickly, 'Doctor Hera's FaTorite Prescription B tast what they need to surely bring the boom of health to tiair cbetki and make Aem strong and healthy, 'j' "Itii not a secret remedy because IKrediente are printed on wrapper. iElii in either tablet ut liquid form. ent momen ing exposed in the fields and daily de- teriorating in. value and liable to he a totai loss. whereas, there is an urgent de- mand for 15 cars for potatoes and our supply "catches up.' u win pay ;ou well. are so naturally part of the plot that Sit down to your next meiil with the to wit confidence horn of tlie knowledge that lyon have a couple of Stuart's Dyspep- !sia Tablets ready to take afterward. Eat heartily. Enjoy your food in pence. Let your have full play. When all through, take a couple of Stuart's j j.'.Tnjinie a Woman Dyspepsia Tablets and fear no con-' sequences. Thousands have taken this aiivice and been glad they did. Get a SOc box of Stuart's Dyspepsia I sister, and Tablets from your druggist or mail I man who oa onc occa. the below coupon, today. tlie play is a perfect treat. At the Empress The next Metro Womlerplay will be shown at the Empress theatre to- ld its name is "When a Woman it 'shows truly the sacrifices girl will make for love, and depicts her sacrifices first for her in- "Who's 'lectedr' That was the greeting everywhere D the street this morning- oiks went to bed last night they lought it was "good night" for Mr. Wilson. When they got .un this morn- Stop That Glare WARNER LENZES For Sale By FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. LETHBRIDGE Free Trial Coupon F. A. Stuart Co., 235 Stuart Bldg., Marshall. Mich. Send me at once by return mail, a free trial pack- age of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Name........................... Street City State sion befriends her mid later saves her from drowning. This brave s'rl fin- ally triumphs over the intrigues of a OF CANADA Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and __ daughter should have a 'personal Savings Account In the Union Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training In how to expend money wisely. Such an education in thrift and saving will prove Invaluable In later life. UETHBR1DGE BRANCH A. F. S. TATUM, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager tmnpt to arrest him and the Countess Is killed. At The Orpheum "The Yoke of Ooltl" is a story of California in the old days of the Span- If ish occupation. Lopez, 1 man smarting under the yoke HI A. Harvey, superintendent of branches of the Bank of British North America, has retired after 43 years of sen'ice with the liank. yonn_ allv triumphs over tlie intrigues ot a man sniiuimB mnic, of the band of swindlers, but not until some aristocracy, finally succeeds in arous. 1 verv exciting events take place. ing the somewhat torpid Jose Garcia to the great injustice that is being done to the neoule and persuades him to At Stsrlant] I Count Dardinilis, colonel of the body- guard of the Grand Duke of Kiev, was very happy with his. beautiful wife and little "five-year-old daughter, but the Grand Duke wished the Count out of the way in order that he might have a free hand to make love to the Coun- tess. The latter resented these at- to set out on a mission of robbery get the funds with which they are to free the country. But on his way to roh the home of Senor Ortega he becomes stranded on the desert without water. Rev. A. A. Graham, principal of tegs .ine jauer leuemcu Moose Jaw College, has been called j tentionSp and when the Grand Duke o the pastorate of St. Paul's church, n VllbUll. H-- ng they found that Hughes had ratn- r "tuckered out" during the night, nd Wilson was running him an even eat So the answer of those who vere following the bulletin service to hose enquiring the result pays your.money and you takes your 'p'rom sis o'clock last evening until midnight the Herald telephone- rang continuously. There appeared o be more interest in the result than here was in the recent B. C. elec- ions Long distance calls from all parts of the country were answered. showed great .interest n the outcome of the tight in their native states and besieged the Her- ald with questions. The returns seemed to develop tne fact that while there seemed to be more Hughes money than Wilson m with the betting fraternity, the sentiment seemed to rather favor son This was especially true on the part of the fanners calling in for the returns. They did not seem to han- ker much for Hughes and high tariff Canadian farm products. There was a deal of heavy betting on in the city. Two or three men'had as high as on Hughes md found Wilson takers at even money. The betters with Hughes on the long end of their books went homo last night supremely happy. They woke up with a shock this morn ing to learn that Wilson was tramping on Hughes' heels. Bets ranged all the way from a five spot to five hundred The holders of bets were still holding the coin today and will continue to do so until the definite result is known. FOR SALE Half section of first class land In Cardston district near Beaier P. 0. per acre. Terms to suit. Apply .F. O. Hyde or E. U. ttylands Lethbridge Port Arthur. MAJESTIC Phone 1722 TONIGHT at 8.30 The Eckliardt Players 111 "The Girl in the Taxi" suggested that the Count accent position of responsibility near the Czar and leave tlie Countess in the care of the Grand Duke, a quarrel en- in which the latter is shot. The FROWNS ON SHORT, THIN GOWNS Milwaukee, Wi; ated gowns, the Nov. 2. Abbrevi- low neck and the by transparent dress were criticized Bishop Charles Bayard Mitchell Minnesota in an address tonight to sues in wh en the latter is snot, ino Count escancs to his home and while I the clerical and lay council of bidding-hisJ wife farewell guards at-1 Wisconsin Methodist conference. the Wheat Lands For Sale The finest wheat landt ranch lands in Southern Alberta. EIgh mllai from In lownlhlp 11, 18 and 19, of 4th Buy direct from the Wate. No middleman need apply. For prlcta and terms apply. J.D. Fuller TABER Or at the Cameron Ranch. ANOTHER-METRO TRIUMPH-EMMY WEHLEN IN EMPRESQ A I J TONIGHT' m 15 cts. "When a Woman Loves This Picture Will Make You Sit up and Take'-Notice. Komedy Scream. Also Some-L-KO. RED FEATHER PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT "THE YOKE OF GOLD" IN S REELS Storv bv Robert Wagner; Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton; Scenario by Calder jlhnatone With DORbTHY DAVENPORT and an All Star Cast of Players. hate and self sacrificing love in Spanish mission .siting. A strong of in five'reels. "GOOD NIGHT A .creaming Comedy. Pearl White in THE KING'S GAME A Pathe Gold Rooster Play in Five Acts FLORENCE ROSE FASHIONS, No. 2 DUET: Miss Simm-Mr. Fleming SPECIAL ATTRACTION FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Wm.Fjox Presents THKDAKARA "The Vampire Woman." in "Till-; GALLEY SLAVE" A Positive Sensation from start to finish. Five Reels. Also Other'Godti'Pictures Majestic, Next PHONE 1722 AND SATURDAY MATINEE THE MOST POWERFUL PLAY EVER WRITTEN Ten-Nights In a Bar-room A Play and Story that has Elec- trified Every Land where the English Tongue it Over i Persons The past season In New York, Boston, Pittsburgh, and Chicago havft borne testimony to its life llko (lulfneatorB of folly, miaery, mariners and c'rlme caused by ie vice of drunkcttfi.ss.' SEE The Terrific Explosion The Great Ilar-Hoom- Scene The Old Mill In Opeiation The ljuol to the Dentil JOG Morgan's Reformation The Famous Gambling Den. The Grand Transformation Scene The Gorgeous Stage Settings. Trie, 25c SATURDAY MATINEE- Adults 25c. Children 10c. SEATS AT HEDLEY'S NOW ;