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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1010 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY EAT HUT FEAI1 OF Initant Relief! "Rape's Dlapcpsln" Ends Your Stomach Troubles Forever. Wondor what upset your which portion of food (lit) tlio tlam- you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach Is in revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you Just uto hut! fenuiuitud Into stubborn lumps; head diMy and achoa; belch gases and acid and oriictiito undiges- ted food; breath foul, tongue became of the Indigestion and dis- tress, Millions of men ami women today know that It is needless to have a bad stomach. A little Diapupsin occasion- ally keeps this delicate organ regu- lated and1 they Silt llicir favorite foods without fear, If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage instead of a help, remember tho Quickest, s-uniatj, most harmless relief is Pape's Dia- yepsln which costs only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores. It's truly wonderful it digests food ami sets things straight, so gently and eadily that it is really astonishing. Plcaso, for your sake, don't go on and on with a weak, disordered stomach; It's so Advertisement. Declares Independence of Li' thuania and Gives Her a Ruler Par to, Nov. IK about iiidcijci'.denco with a similar announce- ment regarding Lithuania, according to dispatches from Switzerland to the morning newspapers. Dispatcher say that tiie now state will probably TRAVERS MAN WOUNDED Today's casualty list con- tains tho name of Corp. II. V. Hounds of Travors, wounded. Corp. Hauiuln loft Lethbrldgo us a member of the 20th.Hat- tory. I ff ff Patrons of Opera in Rome End Concert When Composer's Music Introduced to that Jolmsoa word this week that ri'ivnvio m- As in the ciisfiiliifi son, Gordon Johnson, has recent- As In i t vieli noyal Knsinccrs. and is i-crviim with wm MILKand CREAM iklmated that Lithuania couitl raise men. WE FAY -THE HIGHEST MILK AND CREAM. Farmers living at convenient distances from the railway and who can ehip dally will'find It to their interest to communi- cate with us. WE REMIT EXPRESS ORDERS FOR EACH SHIPMENT. IT PAYS TO GIVE ATTENTION TO THE COWS. LETHBRIDGE Col. Brucc'e Criticism Subject of Being Re-organized Montreal, Nov. appoint- ment of a committee of inquiry Into the report of Col. Bruce oE Toronto, which condemned the Canadian hos- pital system in England, tho Gazette's correspondent in London cables, "aroused unusual interest in Canadian military circles. The ques- tion for the committee to determine will be if the criticisms wore deserv- ed. "The correspondent understands Col. Bruce takes exception to the per- the 117th company of that arm of the Imperial service. Mr. and .Mrs. BOH are justly proud of the advance- ment of their son, but as Gordon is a part a'id parcel of Fenife, all Fer- nicitos, and especially old timers, are proud of the record their young sol- dier has made. Gordon was but nine years of age when ho arrived in Ferule, ahead of tho steel, along with his parents, who came to the town when It was known as Coal Creek, and consisted of a double row of log houses on the east side of the railway line. Gordon. Johnson hat; been in the months, being assigned to a machine gun section when he first went to the front In Prance. His edu- cation was begun in Ferine; from here he went tn, the St. Andrew's school in Toronto, after which he took the Science course in Toronto Univer- sity, lie served for several years as a field surveyor here in the Kootenay country before the war, and his fine physique, with his education and ex- perience in engineering has brought him his well deserved promotions. Al- ways a clean liver, Gordon is a type that is in much demand at the front, and he has not reached the limit of the possibilities which He before him. His advancement has been won by strict attention to duty and ability to do tiiat ilnty nndcr the most trying con- ditions. He is'in a branch of the Im- jerial service where promotion comes Dr. Charles A. Eaton in his pulpit in New Yorkattackecl the foreign pol- icy of the President, particularly with reference to the Lusltanla sinking, anil asserts that Wall street is the most honorohle place In the world. JOl. uruce limes tiAwwiJiiuii iw (Jv. serv sonnel of the committee the ground; when that his report dealt with hospital Dr Mriorer Of the Social and-Evan- conditions in England, whereas getjcal organization of the Dominion tors Fotheringham, Ross and Elder; jg duQ to ]ecture here tonight In the have had experience in hospitals Methodist church. France, but what Col. Bruce objects Notaing new has developed in the to most particularly is the situation here today. The of imperial medical officers to preside] mine3 nt coal Creek, excepting num- over tlie inquiry, purely in Canadian ber are being worked, and doubli interests, and he has registered a pro- test against the appointment. "Although the announcement was made some time ago that Surgeon- Clenoral Carleton Jones had been re- instated as director ofc' medical ser- vices, he has not yet resumed his dut- ies. It is understood he is still on leave. Col. Murray McLaren is act- ing director. Coi. Bruce is still In- spector-General ami devotins his whole time to the re-organization of the Canadian hospitals in England.. "Col. Bruce and Burgeon-General Jones will both have the opportunity PAGE FIVE Koine, via Pai'iK, Nov. at- tempt to Introduce Bonn; of music Into u concert cimdiurUid by Toscunini, resulted in an uproar lasi. night which brought tbi- performance to a premature conclusion. The or- chestra had commenci'd the funeral inarch from GotterilaunnormiR. when there were loud shouts of "it is for victims of Padua." A slonn of impli- cations against Wagner and Germany came from all parts of thn Kreat au- ditorium, and the concert had l.o be abandoned. An Austrian aviator bombarded I'a- tlua on November 11, and according lo a news dispatch killed 4'J parsons, nd injured about twice that number. All dead were said to bo non-combat- ants, and most ot them women and children. What the Press Agents Say M. T. Buchanan, wfill known in Let and in innny purls of Southern Albfirtu, dlod Ittst wt-ok rU IiiKorsoll, Onl., whom he had been for yftars In llio of tidying tools. Mr. Buchanan was quito hfiiivily fnlnrestccl in Alliortii land. Ho was west lust year and KJMMU moat of liis thm; iirotind Lethlirldfjo. Rome ymirH UK" he used to spend IhrtiC or four liore directing lifs Alberta intercuts. For ytiarti Mr. HurJianun hail been promi- nent In the munlfipftt affairs of Ingor- soll :iiul .Oxford county. Hn had bt-c-n ii member of tin; county rounril and very prominent in its acliviik'3. had aliU) heon reeve anil mayor of IliiBUruoll. Hi: was a very well known wan or real ability. London. Nov. Amsterdam I London. other tcov !ment action In Great Britain during i the war has commanded such immed-j 'iatts and almost'unanlmouK support as has the decision to control food sup- plies. Virtually the entire press wel- comes the scheme. Almost the onl dispatch to the Wireless Press says expressed is Hint the au- the Dutch government has instructed I thorjtie5, .should have taken charge of its representative at Merlin to food supply long ago. The, the German government that a pain- j statiHl pointed out that the measure i fnl impression has been produced i" advanced Socialism immensely. The i Holland, hy the deportation of. to have awakened to' Belgian civilians. j-act umt the majority of the pop- ulation is living lavishly. At The A ontortfilninK vaudovillo pro- Kniin will hr; BRCII at thn Orphoitm nlKht. Ii is ii variety hill (hat ron- tains a wide1 ran no of a vpr.mitiU' nature. Tim ImnnriiH Military Odette of ijiKtrumrntaHflin fiml voi'alh-ts are proving very pomibu- willi Herbert Rrooks a I'iinl munimihlior and art- tei who is ;il the very tup of his pro- fession. The Whott. Four is a quar- idle of Kiris who arc plcuKiug In the who si UK soims that pleasing: to die car: is ali-o very popular. Con'lli Oill'-t two fol- lows wiio have a rombiwiii'Hi (MiH'riuimnK fcaturt'p H.ToImt many oilier Boh and Mill Milton! offer a pot-pourri of SOUKS, bicycle ridiufi. comedy. in other words they present a mmiimin; vaude- ville program :U1 by thom.'Hvcs. Two ribowK. T.'lTi and ii.HO. At (he Empress "The Masked ;i tliflilhu; live- Metro-Quality womlerphnv which will IK- shnwn .the Kmnnvv im Wednesday und Thurrfdav with Harold Lock wood and May Allison in Uif slellnr roles, promises to ho one oi1 the sensations of tlir; seusjon. j strong, vital story of the. dealiiiK with the desperate meihods ploy <_jd by ;t sang of munnHhiners liernre they are rounded up bv govern- ment agents. Mr, Look wood, in ihe dual role of a country. piii'Hon .and the masked rider, in reepunsilite for break- ing up the banci. And in HO doing'wins ilie heart of tho "tiower of ihe moun-: tains." the' delightful role- esuayed by Miss Allison. Tonight, entire change of program. How Mrs. Kelly Suffered and How She Cured. 12-Year-Old Coalhurst Lad Bad- ly Injured in Saturday Night Accident shifts are being put to work In order to keep the output as large aa pos- sible. LOOK AT TONGUE! IF COATED, CLEAN LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. of testifying before' the committee of Inquiry. "A medical officer who is here from France, said: today that the opinion across the channel had been based by distorted reports regarding reforms Edmonton, Nov. Cana- dians who havo been awarded the Military Cross for bravery, according to a list gazetted in London last night Is Lt. Alan Oliver, son of Hon. Frank Oliver. distorted reports regarumg reioruib t Seventh Brigade Canadli proposed in the Bruce report, and hej Arti'ncry under of expects that there will be a change of Col stewart Lethbridge, opinion when the situation is properly explained. Lieut.-Coi. Charles Peters ,of Mont- real, formerly in command of No. 3 field ambulance, has arrived from the front and assumed his new duties as assistant director of Canadian medi- cal services." Lt. Oliver is in the 2Gth Bat- Brigade Canadian Field Lteut.- who him- self was wounded several weeks ago. Don't acold your fretful, peevish child. See If tongue is coated; this IB a aure sign Ita little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with sour waste. When listless, pale, feverish, full of 1 cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stom- ach-ache, Indigestion, diarrhoea, give a teaspoonful oC "California Syrup of and in a few hours all the foul the sour bile and fermenting food passes out of the bowels and you have7 a well and playful again. Children love this harmless "fruit lax- and mothers can rest easy af- ter giving It, because it never fails to make their little "Insidea" clean and iweet. Keep it handy mother! A little giv- en today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a GO-cent bottle of. "California Syr- up which has directions for babies, children or all ages and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Re- member there are counterfeits sold here, so surely look and see that yours Is made'by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Hand hack with contempt any other fig MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order (iet our pnoos BEE OUR BEFORE. YOU BIJV. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works i CANDIDATES Two weeks from today is nomina- tion day for municipal and school board candidates. The campaign for the commisaioherahip began to as- sume shape tills KiisseU Oliver is the first man in the field to open up committee rooms. He has the west half of the old'Standard Fur- niture Co. stand, has his committee lined un and is all ready for the nig drive. "Commissioner Grace will open up headquaTtefs shortly. Ex-Alder- man Hamilton has as yet mads no move to open committee rooms. Both are quietly canvassing and have their at work. The campaign promises to lie quiet, though there will be a lot of hard personal work done. The Herald received a straight tip this morning that the week might possibly bring forth a fourth candi- date. No hint as to his name or his platform can be given. MADE VOW; FEEDS London, Nov. officer, with 16 men, moving on the battle field lorth of the Ancre, came across the ruins of a trench in which 400 Ger- mans, with their officers, including ;he battalion commander, were pock- eted. When the battalion command- er saw his captors he shouted orders .0 his men. The British officer undorstool Ger- man. His revolver spoke, and down went the German commander, shot through the heart. The rest fell obediently, and were marched bad four hundred of 16 British soldiers. Poor Russinn Immigrant Makes Good on Pledge 20 Yean Old. New years ago Mai Gootschheider, with htB wife and baby girl, arrived.' in New York '.penniless from Russia. He begged help from a charitable organization and was given a job as a fur dyer. In return he made a vow that when his daughter should be married all men who were hungry, as he was then, should be fed. The immigrant became a prosper- ous fur dealer, and-yesterday announc- ed the coming marriage of his daugh- ter to a diamond merchant. He drove to the Hebrew Society's headquarters in his limousine. "How many immi- grants havo you here he asked. He was 200. "Not he declared, "go out in nrtarfilmrhood. I want to teed urn- numbCT.up to 1.000 perhaps more if you can got them." Nearly were fed at his ex- pense between one p.m. and midnight. Peter the Walpole Island Reserve, died at tho sue of one hun- dred and fiMirtoon yeBrii. SPOKE AND THEY CAME A serious accident occurred on St. on Saturday eveiing about eight o'clock when an automobile driven hy Tony Cancellieri, oi' Coalhurst, knocked down and ran over Joe Pnr- nis..y, a boy of about 12 yours of age. The'boy was playing on the sidewalk in front of the Empress. A large num- ber of auioniu'uiles were parked along the street. The boy's brother was chasing him and he darted through the maze of cars and ran squarely in front of 3Ir. Canceliieri's machine. He was knocked down, two wheels pass- ing over his body. Several teeth were knocked out, his jaw was fractured and his body badly bruised. The am- bulance was called and he was taken to me hospital. It is believed he has good chances for recovery The driver of the machine was tak- en to the police station but was allowed to go on giving a satisfactory state- ment. Windsor City Council vuteii to tho British Sailors' Relief, follow- In" an appeal by W. T, FeiLaeil of Washington, Nov. Henry Savage's enormous pro- duction of "Everywoman" will be the attraction at the Majestic theatre to-! nifrht. There has been the biggest demand on record for reserved but at the time of going to pross I his afternoon. Manager Brown stated that there still remained a number of seats for tonight. Special attention is at- tached to the announcement by the theatre management that all seals which have been reserved, must be claimed not later than six o'clock to- night. Any reservations which have not been claimed by that time will be sold to the first persons wanting them. "Everywoman" will be the big- gest theatrical event in the history of the city, and judging by the manner In which it has been received by the other cities embraced on the present Canadian tour, the Lethbridge audi- ences will have no regrets. A capac- ity audience witnessed the matinee this afternoon, which was still running at the time this paper went to press, so that a complete review of the play is not possible until tomorrow. A TOTAL LOSS Owing to an error in iioukiiig.. ;' I Bruiser." which was advertised for tonight and tomorrow, will j by a splendid five act detective' "The Sign of the Spade.'.'-in which the beautiful and talented American star, Helen plays tlie leading role. Another of the splRhUitT "Ford" 'Cana- dian Gazettes, kindly loaned hy the Ford fiarage, showing- tho landing of i Sir Rider Haggard, at Vancouver, tfie review of ?.2.000 Canadian -troops at Camp Bordon, horse races at Wind- sor, Ont., and other interesting items will be shown on the same program. Burlington, was very irreg- ular, and had pains Jn my Bide and back, but after taking Lydia E. Pinkhum's Vegetable Com- pound Tablets and using two bottles of the Sanative Wash I urn fuliy convinced that I am entirely cured of these trou- bles, and feel better all over. I know your remedies have done me worlds of good and 1 hope every suffering woman will give them a ANNA KKLI.V, 710 Chestnut Street, Burling- ton, Wis. i The many convincing testimonials con- stantly published in the newspapers I ought to lit- proof enough to women who suffer from those.distressing ills pecu- liar to their sex that Lydia E.Pinkham'x j Vegetable Compound is the they need. I This old root and herb remedy has proved unequalled for these dread- ful contains what is needed to restore woman's health and strength. Tf there is nny peculiarity in your esisn requiring special ad- i vice, write the Lydia E. Pmk- i liam Medicine Co. u, Mass., for free advice. jAJESTIf Phone 1722 TONIGHT AT 8.30 SHARP The Most Notable Theatrical Event in the History of the City. Montreal. With the Republicans practically as. message received here early today re- ported tho American schooner Fred A. Davenport to be a total loss off the sureil of a margin of four votes over i coast of Santo Domingo. No details as the Democrats in the House, Repre- to the nature the trouble with the sentative James R. Mann, of Illinois, i vessel were given. The Davenport elected Speaker, is the belief i left Charleston, S. C., October ulst, in Washington. I bound tot Porto ttico. MUTUAL MASTER PICTURE DE LUXE Prices 75c, 50c Featuring the Beautiful Star HELENE ROSSON a Five Act Detective Drama, AT BOX OFFICE- NO UNPAID RESERVATIONS HELD AFTER 6 P. M. FORD CANADIAN GAZETTE ALSO A SPLENDID Charged with fraudulent conversion ft Lieut.-Col. John Harvey Hearn. Officer Commanding the 214th Overseas Battalion, now stationed at Regina, will be arraigned before a magistrate. The charge is based on a personal, not a military, transaction "The Masked Rider" 1 Featuring Harold Lockwood and May Allison Five Wonderful Actc Full of Thrills and Excitement. TONIGHT AN ENTIRE CHANGE. It bears the Seal of Purity All over the world the name Sunlight stands for purity in Soap. Our guarantee of Purity is something more than an adver- tisement. It marks the high standard we have set for ourselves to give you the best laundry soap1 it is possible to produce at any price. Sunlight 5? Soap TONIGHT ONLY The Four Beauties with Pantages at the Orpheum Tonight ANTAGE UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE Printed in Lethbridge Made in Canada Imperial Military Octette WHOTT FOUR A Quartette of Pretty Girll HRISTMAS BILL AND BOB MILLARD Comedians GREETING ARDS Herbert Brooks The World's Greatest .Mystic YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OWN GREETINGS PRINTED ON YOUR CARDS IF YOU GET THEP.1 AT THE HERALD JOB DEPT. iRPHEU Tomorrow and Bal- ance of ihe Week. McDonald Curtis 'in Vaudeville and Change of Pictures. See the Two Educated Little Dogs. Prices 15c-26c. ;