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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. NQVI5MHKH 18. In IKe great out of doors or at the evening reception Bakers Gocoa is equally acceptable, invigorating and de- licious. Walter Baker Co, Limited THE LETIlfeniDUE DAILY HERALD NOTED PAGIi FIVE ESTABLISHED i78O MONTREAL.CANADA DORCHESTER, MASS. What the Press Agents Say At The Adruei The Uie Of The Fnifioua Fruit Medicine. Eiliiioiilon. Nov. largest of the Dominion school lands. eveT hold In the rrovlntn of Alberta took place on Friday. November nth it the town of Sodsewick hy public auction. With the Government's up- set price on every quarter section, the whole of ttiwiiKhijis forty-one In forty-six, inclusive, ami ranges 9 li. inclusive, were sold. The total acreage, put under the hammer was Ifi.liM and the sale rep resented a cnpitaltnnllay of SH35.07S. previous sales realizing In the neigh- borhood .52711.000. The lushest price per quarter section was Jier acre in the town of Killam. wuile l.ollghoed lauU in the same section sold at ?43.00 per acre. CROSS OCEAN IN LITTLE TUG Three Men Face Death on Voyage From New York to Ireland from SI. John's, which she n week RAISE BROWN litfi lust Sunday, the VlBllnnl oxpnri- Agriculturists have onced lerrific. weather, iind on the rit'th raisinc brown cotton day out S. O. S. calls, the CUD- is stronger limn any lain fearing she would rounder. The Holland-American liner Hyndam pielt- eii ml the signals, and proceeded to her assistance. The Captain and twelve of the lug's crow v.-ero taken off by the which was hound for Rotterdam, bill three men refused to leave. They wercj the Second Mate. Robert Ferguson, a Scot; the third engineer. Thomas' Walsh, an Irishman, and an American fireman. John Smith. "Taking control of the ship, these three men overcame tremendous; diffi- culties, and actually succeeded in bringing her within sight of the Irish coast where they were picked up by a British patrol vessel. Ferguson was locked up in the wheel house and Hie other Iwp in the engine room. The terrible weather prevented them from moving, and they remained at their posts for fifty hours, without food, wat- er or sleep. Several parts of the ship were smashed in the gale, including the shaft of the dynanrt) in the engine room. This caused the tug to he in total darkness hy night and added to the horrors of the situation." COT SUC< in I hcret TON Ceypt [ofore that I pro- j Herbert Krooks. tin- card manipula- tor. who is featured at the Orphenm vaudeville here lies! is with- out a doubt the creati-si card mani- pulator that has ever been seen any- where- he docs BccmiiiRly imnossible tricks with the card.-, anil .villi a dex- terity that is marvelous. .Main- other good fealuies are coin- posing' the hi" Brooks' mrfnljcr. They are: The Ini'XM-itll Military Octel of 111- slrumcntalisls and sine'Ts. wlio lire- sent a mosl intermit Inn M minutes ol nusical selections and sinuinp; num- bers. The Wlintt Hour, a iiuarletlc ot pretty .jirls in a shunis oflerini; that is most uleasliiK. numbers being IileasiUR to the ear and I lie members of the quartette Corelli Gillette offer a not nourn of comedy, acrobatics, burlesipn- anil what not 'that is nv-.-r interesting. Bill Bob llllla-d nresc'i! a com- hinatioii of everything, which includes singing bicycle riding, boon rolling. comedy'; in fact, a miniature vai.de- villc program by 'tlirmsclves. I wo shows 7. 45 and correspondent of the Central Mows telegraphs the. follow- ing remarkable story of the sea: "One of the most extraordinary voy- ages ever made across the Atlantic has just boon completed by the Vigilant, u little American tug. belonging to New York and bound from St. John's, New- Tonndland, for Cardiff. Two days out JAP'HAIR BEST Experts have found that the hairj of Japanese women is extremely long, elastic and durable, making it super-1 ior to all other human hair for com- mercial purposes, especially for weav- ing with silk into textiles. -U ninety-four, Mrs. D. B. Miller, of j Scene from "The featuring Quincy, III., cast her first ballot. Last 'lme William at Starland for th Tonight. No Re-Couiit Necessary Leave it to the. working- man, and his comon-sense will give a straight vote every time. That's why there is-a land-slide for the new BOB, LONG OVERALL. The working union value, and' he is strong for the real .roods BOB LONG puts out in his all-union: "Sunshine" fac- tory, where everything is honestly honest labor.' This new BOP, LONG 300 drill selected and pick ironclad cloth stands a strength test of sixty-eight (68) pounds to the. square inch under hydraulic; pres- in two attractive shades, light, clean blue and dark steel grey; always looks neat and trim, and washes like a piece of fine linen. You get a'new suit every time for (he price of a wash. Large, roomy legs and ssal, high, broad-fitting bib, rein- forced pockets througiKwt, self locking, nbn rustitbie. suspender, slides, .adjustable rivetted buttons, strong, springy .elastic- web- bing, one-piece' back, hand union made, and every garment guaranteed. As comfortable as. an old and a bear for w'ear. Don't Aek for Over- allr-INSIST on the Bob Long Brand-and Be Sat- isfied. THE UNION gi GREAT CANADIAN SUCCESS Union Made GLCWB OVERALLS V SHIRTS Honestly Mmde by Honest y Co. LIMITED WINNIPEG TORONTO RED ROSE tea" ROSENBURd oS9 St., Montreal. April -'Oth, "fn my opinion, no oilier mc.Iirine in tlicworlii i-i lion and as lu'a.sa.snHen-r from tiiese complaints for live years, ami my. sedentary ocnupa- hroiiL'hl about a kind of Intcslinal Paralysis uaslvJffail- "fics, hcii-hing (jus, drmvsiness after ralinjr, and Tain in the Hack. I Irird pills and medicines of physicians, but nothiinrhelpedmc. Then I was induced to try I'ruil ami now for six months 1 have been entirely well. I advise any one who suffers from that horrible Constipation with the resultant indigestion, to liy ami you will bo agreeably surprisedal the great, you will A. KOSEXBORG. Me. a box, B for trial size, 250. A tall dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tives Limited, Ottawa. At the Majestic AT MAJESTIC MONDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT Itarh ratios '.'FROM FACTORY. TO HOME" TWENTY BRANCH STORES HEAD'OFFICE a FACTORIES. TORONTO "Time Is The Test That Tells" MASON RISCH PIANOS HAVE BEEN FAMOUS FOR NEARLY HALF A CENTURY; THEY HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF TIME AS THE FINEST INSTRUMENTS THAT SKILL CAN PRODUCE, THAT HUMAN HANDS FASHION, THAT MONEY CAN BUY. IF YOU HAVE NO PIANO. WE GIVE YOU A CORDIAL INVITATION TO INSPECT OUR LARGE STOCK OF INSTRUMENTS, REPRESENTING A CHOICE VARIETY OF DE- SIGNS. A SMALL CASH PAYMENT WILL SECURE DELIVERY, AND THE BAL- ANCE WE COULD ALMOST PROMISE TO ARRANGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOUR OWN SUGGESTION. Henry YV. Savage's enormous pro- duction of "Ui-orywonmn" will he at) the Majestic on .Monday next, for two) performances, commencing; at 2.30 sharp arid the regular evening j performance commencing at S.30; i sharp. Never before in the history ofj the theatre in Canada. 1ms an attrac- tion of this size teen offered theatre- goers. U is without tloiiht the largest I dramatic and musical organization ev-i lor loured anywhere. One. hundred people are in the cast, including the 'company's own special symuhoiiy or-, cheslra. There has never liecli "nuinher two" company, tills being the one and only comnany Mr. Savage has ever Inui on tour. The lending! role of "Bveryn-oman" is played byj iMiss Paula Slmy. an artiste of inter-' national fame. Seats for both per- formances will be at Medley's until n o'clock tonight, and at the theatre ix office all day .Monday. 5TH ST. SOUTH, BALMORAL BLOCrt. LETHBRIDGE ORPHEUM-MON. Next Herbert Brooks Imperial Military Octette WHOTT FOUR Quartette of Pretty Girls BILL AND BOB MILLARD Comedians At tile Empress With newspapers everywhere devot- ing columns of space to the .Mexican filiation, politicians of all degree reiidiii" the air with arguments and our citizen soldiers and regular army camping on the trail of the "Greaser' along the border, the Bluebird Photo- play to he exhibited at the Empress tonight for the last time may well be considered timeliness itself- "Behind the Lines" Is the title of the feature and Harry Carey. Edith Johnson and Marc Feiiton will he featured in a presenting company. Stirring battle "scenes, spirited cavalry charg- es hreafc-neck examples of horseman- ship wild riding and photographic warfare will provide thrill upon thrill to nuieken the heart of man and wo- man anil child. _____ POWERFUL LIGHT FOR PICTURES A powerful new electric for photographers is enclosed 111 blue glass, lessens its intensity as far as a person facing it is concerned, without affecting the rays that do the work on photographic plates. stoien kiss caused a broken ankle to'a Putnam County, N.Y., man He climbed a rope to a girl's window and fell. Hut he got the kiss. RPHEU TONIGHT Prices 10c-15c Sid Chaplin and LKO Comedy "See America First" and Weekly Cartoons Drama. A Good Show, See it. "Behind the Lines" A Great Military Melodrama Truthfully Reflecting Present Conditions in Strife Ridden Mexico. Introducing] HARRY CAREY, MARC FEN- TON, EDITH JOHNSON AND A LARGE COMPANY. Reflects the Mexican Situation. Shows Methods of Modern War fare. Brings the Border Close to View, Pictures Mod- ern Battles. Thrilling Examples of Horsemanship. Delights, Ex- cites and Instructs. ALSO SOME COMEDY Next Monday, Nov. 20 Matinee at 2.30 Sharp Xig lit at 8.30 Sharp HENRY W.SAVACEJOFFERS; THE WONDER PLAY THAT OPERA-DRAMA-MUSICAL COMEDY 7he Largest Dramatic and Musical Organization Ever Toured. ENSEMBLES OF 100-SPECIAL ORCHESTRA THE ONE ONLY CO; jrn TRIUMPHAL TOUR fsc'its at Hcdlcy's Till 10' O'clock llJox Otficc at Theatre Open All Day Monday I from 10. a.m. I ALL TICKETS NOT CLAIMED BY. 6 P.M. MONDAY NIGHT i WILL BE SOLD. PRICES: Night: 75c 50c Matinee: 50c "LUKE'8 LOST LAMB" PHUNPHIUM COMEDY Last Times Tonight William Farnura in 'THE PLUNDERER" AND TUESDAY Mutiul stiriProdaction 5-AcW William Russell in "THE BRUISER? ;