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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1917. THE LETfrnnTDGR nATT.'Y HERAt.r) PAGE FIVB Men's Clothes , Do you wear them? Manly shape-retalnlngi garments are always appreciated by the real man;-such clothes are -csaet You want a suit or overcoat at $23.OO, or perhaps are willing to pay more. Regardless of price, you are assured satisfaction if the "F.-C." label Is on tlie garment? That Is their guarantee to the purchaser. See you net It! L. KEEL LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA 20-911 VIC It is likely thiit by tomorrow the local Victory Loan tominlttee will be In a position to iiniioiince the allotment for LethbridRe antl the cain-palfen will then take definite shape with the various (omiiiittecs unti teams ot canvassers ready lo commence the drive sharp on tluii; on Monday morning. C. D. Tapf^ndl, siiporvlsor for this district, will be in Uie city tonight or tomorrow, and after a final conference with tliu loc:al committee, will malce a tour of all the districts of Southern Alheita wliicli come under his jurisdiction. Meantime advertising matter and other publicity features are pouring in on Secretary McCorvie and ho is asking the co-operation of local merchants, restaurantetirs and others to get the matter dlstrilmted to tlio best advantage. Large window signs have been forwarded, and merchants who are willing to decorate their windows �with these are nsknd to call at the board of trade building and take their pick. It Is imposgibic foi; the cotji-mittee to secure men to distribute the literature and they are therefore dependent on the merchants for aid. SecretaTy McCorvie is busy qarry-jng out the instructions of the local 'committee and is preparing lists of all the oifaployees ot the mines and o'.her large industries of the. city and Five Ilimdretl anil Forty-live Ewes at my raiicli at Sweet Grass P. H. BUCKLEY 901 THIRD AVENUE S. GREAT FALLS, MONT. 278-12 Hennesey&Wilson THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARStotheDQOR phone 789. DRAYING WANTS DRUGGISTS EXEIVIPT Montreal, Nov, S.-The Montreal Association of Pharmacy has made application to the military Service council at Ottawa that all students of pharmacy be exempted. immcdia'e district so that thoy can all be thorrughiy canvassed. No matter \ft\at Lethliridge's allot-n. jnt may be, it Is the aim of llio local committoo that at least one .?.tO bond be sold here for each man, woman and child In 'ho city and district. It this can b3 accomplished LethhrMi^a'a ro- ; turn will be much nearer tlic million | mark than , .,000. i As an indication of the intense in-; terest being displayed by the farmer.s ' of Southern Alberta in the success ol' ; the loan, the following incident is be- j Ing related; I Brother R. W. Glover, editor ot Um Vulcan Advocate, has a four-column advertisement in this week's issue ' showing twelve reasons why the Vic-' lory Loan should be supported. I3ut that isn't the story. A �farmer came, into Glover's office and'said; j "I don't know much about this Victory Loan, but I know it's got to be put over. Now you are a newspaper man; write up the strongest ad. yoTT can, and put it in the best place in the paper, and send me the bill." Get that? "Send me the bill." The farmers know that a great pro-' portion of the $300,000,000 loan will go to buy the fai'ra products of Canada for the use of the allies, and thoy know that by subscribing for the loan they are only helping themselves get the-best prices for their produce. Grocery Speciais-Phone M 20 lb. sacl TO Cor. 1st Ave ahd lOtli Street KUTH OXV-ACETYLENE WELDINO FURNITURE AND MOVING PIANO Pacific Cartage Co. J. D. Thomas D. FarBUSon Phone 330 THREE KILLED Akron, Ohio, Nov. 8.-Three men wero killed and three seriously Injured when two Kent-Ravenna cars, col-Ided head on, near Kent, Ohio. Geo. ' Barnar, motorman; and August Wel-ler, conductor wero killed. . George O'Dell died after arrival at an Akron hospital. He was a passenger and suffered a broken neck. Colds Cause Headache and Grip LAXA'CIVE BROMO QUININE removes the cause. There is only, one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Oay Phone 1640 Night Phona 787 MOVING We Make a Specialty of Moving Furniture and Pianos The only covered vans In tho city. Furniture "stored. PHONES: Coal dSi Storage 109/ , Houao....... 1089 The MeLean Transfer DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransfcrCo. Limited Office-C. P. R. Frelflht Shtdi PHONES  Office ........... 11M Stable*.......... 1064 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 Now P. Burns Building, Corner 8tU Ave. uifll 2nd St. Bast, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Ueaidonco Phone M2p77 Interne and -Houiae Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear,- Nose ami Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-24 Find Out More About the Wonder Health Restorer If you are* troubled with rheumatism, asthma or a sick stomach, let us Introduce you to Lethbrldge people who have already proved Its worth. We'wiir send a full book of Calgary testimonials on request. APPLY J. W. HARRIS 309 Seventh Avenue S. Lethbricl^e Agent 279-3 P^ONE 1050 � r S' LllfERY CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE AT THE EMPRESS The public needs no Introduction to BiUie Burke, star ot "Gloria's Romance," the wonderful motion picture novel, the second chapter of which is being shown on Tlyirsday at the Empress Theatre, for she has long held a foremost position In the theatrical world, but perhaps never has she been seen.to better advantage than in the picture in which she is at present appearing. AT TkE ORPHETJM .-The interior ot a cottage In faj-off 1 Sweden, a transatlantic liner In mid-j ocean,a train rushing across the continent, a ranch In the great West-' these are the varied scenes of the Butterfly picture, "Follow the Girl," which comes to the Orpheum Friday and Saturday with Ruth Stonehouse, supported by Roy Stewart and a fine cast, in tho, leading role. In the picture there' are secret agents of a foreign power, JJ.S. Secre't Service men, Mexican , bandits and cattle thieves, cowboys of the practical-joking type beloved of fiction, with their butt an uncouth Swedish hoy, the beautiful spy of an unfriendly government and her accomplice-all thegp varied characters move rapidly through the scenes of a clever story, culminating in a kidnapping, a realistic fight on hprseback. AT STARLAND What might be termed an "all star cast" is to support Jack Pickford and Louise Huff in the Lasky-Paraniount adaptation of George Broadhurst's successful play, "What Money Can't Buy," which will be seen at Starland Friday and Saturday. The supporting cast includes Theodore Roberts, the famofls Lasky star; Hobart Bosworth, noted star of his own productions; Raymond Hatton .who scored sucli a pronounced success In "Joan the Woman"; James Neill, the popular, star and leading man; James, Cruze, famous photodramatic star, and Miss Chevalier. This is one of the finest casts which has ever appeared in Lasky productions. "The Public Be Damned," a strong and most vital photoplay which deals with the problem ot "the high cost of living" and particularly the high cost of food, due to the activities ot the Food Trusts, will bo the feature for the last time tonight. The production is an unqualified Indorsement of the policies ot food conservation outlined by Herbert Hover, Food Controller oi the United States and formerly head of the American Commission for Belgian Relief. v AT THE MAJESTIC ' What is conceded by critics to be one of the most powerfully dramatic ' screen offerings of the present season is Jane Cowl's latest success "The Spreading DawUi" which has been soc-urort hy the Majestic Theati'o management for three d^ys this week, .starting with tonight's performance. Miss Cowl, well knowti to theatre goers by her intensely, emotional artistry 'in "Common Clay," "Withjn the Law/' 1 TONIGHT AND BALANCE OF WEEK' Prices 10c and 25c BUTTERFLY 'PICTURES Present RUTH STONEHOUSE in "Follow The Girl" The romance of a Little Swedish - Girl and a big Montana Ranchman with spies and secret service agents thrown in for good measure. ALSO CHARLEY CHAPLIN In "The Cure" 1 EMPRESS iTc - AmbMB TONIGHT W^imr -~- BILLIE BURKE IN CHAPTER TWO OF "Gloria's Romance'' FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN AND BEVERLEY BAYNE, IN "The Great Secret" Chapter 2*with a complete Synopsis of the first cha|]ter. The Big Comedy Success Big Two Part L-KO "ONE DAMP DAY" "H^r Daring, Caring Featuring Gale Henry and Wm. Wajs" Franey With Merta SteHIng Next Men. & Tues. �"Nights, Nov. 12-1? ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY THE DRAMATIC TREAT OF THE SEASON The Prettiest Love Story Ever Staged by Paul Ketter ALBERT BRDWKI IN A NEW ROMANTIC COMKDY THELDVEofaKIIIG COMEDY - LOVE - PATHOS - ROMANCE - GREAT CAST CARLOAD OF SCENERY Prices SOc to $1.50 Seat Sale Opens Friday at Box Office. Mall Orders Now! MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8:30 ' and all this week GOLDWYN, INC., OFFER AIV)ERICA'S GREATEST EMOTIONAL ACTRESS JANE COWL The Heroine and Creator, of the famous role of Mary Turner in "Within the Law"; the Heroine of "Common Clay" and th'e star whose drawing power and popularity with thef American publlc^^rows greater with each new triumph. IN A PLAY OF A WOMAN'S SOUL THE SPREADING qJawe- Cowt,, POPULAR PRicks Nights (All Reserved) 50c, 35c, 25c BY BASIL KING , > . "  FROM HIS SATURDAY EVENINCS POST STORY ^ MATIi\EE 8ATU11DAY , Adults 25c. Children lOe. (Special PriM Matinee for ChlldrunJ ;