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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LBTHBRmr.E WHEKE THE SOLDIEKS' KIDDIES PLAY IN PEACE. Edmonton. Nov. FranU Oliver, minister of tho interior in the Lauricr government, has roeolved l from Ottawa that his son. Lieut. Alan Oliver, M.C.. has been in nclion. Lieut. Oliver was attached to 26th Knttery of tho 7th Brigade, commnnded by Lleut.-Col. Stewart ot Lothbrldge. The young officer had just been awarded the military cross. Lieut. Oliver was one of Ottawa's best known young men. Ho went overseas a year ago last July with tho Field Battery, of the 7th Artillery Briyaric. and recently was in charge of what if called the left section rom- maiid. ard had boon at the front for over a year. On the very day (April 7. 1915) that he graduated from McGIU with his "B. the head of his year, he left for Kingston to take an artillery course. Before attending McGIU he was a stu- at St. Andrew's college. Toronto, and played centre forward with the "ball team." His father and mother now reside In Edmonton, and his brother. Lieut Jack Oliver, is also at the front with v Hamilton wawhtaE the youngsters playing in-their specially const pit -Avoid caustic and acid prepara- lions that discolor and damage aluminum.' Keep your utonsik bright as new by using Old Dutch Delanys Limited Special Arrives Daily HOME GROWN MEATS is our special inducement for your business. Our lines of cooked meals are also "specially enjoyed." If you like' fish we can supply you with all kinds, both fresh and smoked. DELANYS LIMITED, PHONE 452 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 4910 Santa Iloaa. Cal., Nov. Jack London, the author, died at hit, Glen Ellen, Cul., ranch noar hero at o'clook to- night, a victim ot uraiulu pois- oning. the Canadian Engineers. Berlin, Nov. 22, by wireless to the Associated Press via Puyvlllo, Nov. period of coinuUciUious -may again be impending hi the German- United Status relations. Oei uiany's conduct of submarine warfare baa brought forth an abundant croi> of United States Inquiries of which Jos- eph C. Grew, the United States charge, recently has filed no less than ten, five of them today. Six remain to be answered including the case of the Marina, on which a number of United States citize is appear to have been killed, and the liner Arabia, the sinking of which the United States government declares appears to be in- consistent with the promises of the German government regarding the treatment of irasseuger liners. The United States bases its attitude on the case of the Arabia on the assump- tion that it was .unarmed and torpe- doed without warning and is uaab'e _. to see that there was adequate justlfi- London, Nov. 23.-The newspaper at pa53engars (Wo Baku, U Transcaucasia, says Reuters the- 8ub Petrograd correspondent today states commandert on ascertaining that the Turks have massacred 5000 to Armenians at Syvas, Turkish _" Armenia. ASK. ELEVATOR CO. MEETS IN REGINA Regina. Nov. annual gen- eral meeting of the Saskatchewan Co- operative Elevator company is on deck, should have refrained from making an attack. Causes Sensation TVashhgton, Nov. wording of the Berlin despatch that a period of complications may be Immediate in the German-American relations neW in Hegina today. he financial i aroused much interest in official cir- statement this year be a as the despatch one, as the company has handled mil-1 allowed to pass a very strict censor lions ot" bushels of grain and their j ship, operations run Into millions of dol- lars. There are 200 locals in the as- sociation. SUNDAY PICTURES ILLEGAL Albany, N. Y, Nov. 22. Sunday moving picture performances are ille- ;al, the appellate division of the su- preme court ruled today. HD BY Calgary. Nov. Tho Alberta So- At the cial Service congress opened in tho mibllti library today with about nno hundred delegates from till over the province In attendance. J. A. Virtue, of Maclcod. president of the Alberta Tempei.uice and iVlonil Ileform lea- _ _ guo, acted as chtiirmuu ot tha morning f'na Loved a Scklier'Vau m What the Press Agents Say At The Oi'pheuiu Some good vaudeville nets uvo bo- Ing uhown this week at Iho Orplieum thontro, iiicIudinK a trained dog nut that ia good. Tho big Hod Feather feature will shown for the lust ttmtj tonight. Addresses were heard fro Devotees of iihotonlays y'll rwivll tho beautiful Bluebird ontitlRd "JJet- la Loved a Soldier" .aut! be sh1.'.1. j 'tnow Unit Ruuert Julian Vrancolia session. Addresses were ear rom enow a iniev uan rani-oa P.ev. J. G. Shearer, D.D.. of Toronto; and Elsie Jane Wilson, who Tlev. Hush Uobson and Ilev. J. Austin Huntley, M.A. yellowing Mr. Hunt- ley's address, which was on the sub- nlaycd HO artistically in that produc tion, will bfi seen at the Empress the- afro nji Friditv and Saturday In another !ect of prohibition, Mr. Virtue calluil "Tho Jlvil Women Do" will! the attention oC tho dele- be the title and the play, bused on irr.tss to tiio necessity of vigilance it1. Emil Baboriau'g famous dotectivo, the enforcement of the liquor act. He.story, "Tho Clique of will savor, aald eternal vigilance and energy was of melodrama txtnl bo filled with stir-j necessary for the success of tho act, ring scenes and episodes. Tonight j and then declared that the federal for the last time "A Million Dollars" government had not yet given the will be shown. Royal Northwest .Mounted Police in- structions to enforce tho act, and that consequently that force was not tak- Ing any steps to enforce it. It is for us to take up this matter with the federal government and sue declared Mr. Virtu. gress will hold sessions this afternoon and all day tomorrow. NIGHT DANGER SIGNALS "The which was shown and "force the is-jnt Starland yesterday and will be Virtue. The con-' shown for'the last times tonight, is unquestionably one of the most en- joyable comedy-dramas ever shown in i Lethbridge. A program of rare merit j awnits Starland's-ptitrons tonight. On- Friday and Saturday, Dorothy Don- j nelly, America's foremost young tra- Red glass lenses backed by silver-, who made a name for her-! od reflectors are mounted on many j hl the UUe of i railroad crossing, gates in France to win appear fn splendid William Fox catch and return light of automobile of the well known headlights and danger signals. thus serve as "The Thief." At the Majestic 'TWIN BEDS" HERE NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The above represents the num. fccr of years spent to fruitless ef- forts to cure a bad case of eczema with oriilntrry ointments, com- pared with the time It took Zam- Buk to effect a complete and per- manent cure. This was the experience of Mfi H. C. Buckley of 401 East Broad- way, Portland, Ore. Writing to fifteen years I suffered ft bad case of eczema, and used all kinds of so-called "cures" and treat- ments, but nothing -WRS capable of curing mr until 1 tried Buk. Ti.is wonderful balm, how- ever, completely cured me in less than u year, and not only so. but I have hud no return of the dlfr I strongly recommend Zam- Buk to anyone afflicted as I This Is but one of the hundreds Of cases where Zacn-Buk has ef- fected fl cure when everything else failed- The reason is easily explained. Zam-Buk being un. usually abso- lutely no animal fats or mineral drills such as ore contained !a ordinary capable of penetrating to the underlying tissues where skin diseases have their roois. Ordinary ointments, on thecontrary, never get beyond the surface skin and so are Incap- able of effecting permanent cures. ZnuirBuk is just good for salt rheum, bolls, ul- cers, abscesses, blood-poisoning, piles, cuts, burns, scalds and all skin iniuries. All druggists or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. 58c. box, 3 for WAGES BY Yorlc, Nov. 21, The United Direct from its one year's'solid run in New York, Salisbury Field Margaret Mayo's sparkling New Yor'n. "Twin which is now keeping States Steel corporation tonight an- our London cousins in convulsions, nounced an increase of. 10 per cent comes to the Majestic next Wednes- In wages of employees of Ha steel and 23th and iron companies, effective December gospel of 15 nest. Wage and salary advances in id company, un- other departments of tha corporation the attraction also will he equitably adjusted, it is stated. The increase affects in all about employees and probably adds nearly to the corpor- ation's payroll. i grali exchange, today said that Dr. Magill had accepted the position here. Minneapolis, Nov. Loca, Quebec, Nov. Sir Sam Hughes, former Canadian minister of militia, Is in Quebec today and his appearance in civilian 'at the legislature this noon caused some' surprise and comment. Sir Sam was, spectator at. meeting of the r.rivate bills com-! imittee. It is not known why Sir Sam! (is in Quebec, though it is knowi he flour U- Sir Quick Wat) to End Coughs, Colds ar.d Crotj? tion is relieved, according to state-' meats by leading millers and srain 1 mea here today. !NEW B. c. CABINET ANNOUNCED FRJDAY 5ETEM1ES Vancouver, B. C., NOT. new B. C. cabinet will not until tomorrow. If yea have a severe cousH or chest celd accompanied with soreness, throat tickle, hoarseness, or difficult brcathine, or if your child wakes up durmjr the nteht with croup and you want quicu help, just try thia pleasant tasting hcTac-r-'iidE cough remedy. Any uruir- new J3t can Euppiy you with 2 ft ounces of bo announced pines (50 cents Pour this into INDIANS ARE PATRIOTIC Ottawa. about 1200 fuul blooded Indians have enlisted for 'inx ftJU cents >voiuii- j. uui >ubu a lU-oi. bottle and fill las bottle with plain cranulatcd sucar lyrup. Thus prepared, you have. 10 ounces of really re- markable couph remedy one that can to depended upon to give quick and last- in" relief at all times. 1'ou can feel this take hold of a in a way that means business. It loosens and raises the phleEm, Don't Stay Gray! It Darkens So service since the war com- urafiy That Nobody Can Tell. menced. that one at least haa wceiv- j the Military Cross for bravery, that j loosens and raises e peEm, "op8 throat tickle and soothes and heals the that line the tifully darK ana 'lustrous aiutuau night if you'll get a 50-cent Dottle of riotic funds anil that altogether "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- Indian population has evinces_a gran cumyuuuu Dound" at anv drug store. Millions of tying spirit of loyalty are the mostipilla extract, combined with yuuuu ni.au; n___m__ nt Hlo annilfll rfi- I <.n.l nntral fnr Knfpa in o Pinex is special and nmhlT concen- compound of genuine ftorway PATRIOTIC FUND The following further contributions have been received for the Patriotic Fund: Albert Wright WO; A. W. Vines Albert Whitehall John Gilmour 5120; Tom Arnold C. S. Magulre S18; Arthur Kesler A. P. Eosn S25; Frank Colpmnn Miss Dolly Bilmas Miss Maud Lofgrecn Miss Helen Hubert ?20; Miss Curley Bradshav? 520; Miss Mildred Gordon Miss Sarah Smith Miss Gtaco Goodwin ?5; Miss Leslie Clarke ?20; Miss Carmen Smith. Miss Corinne Lewis 525; Miss Minnie White Miss Cella Allen ?5; Starland Theatre per G. E.' Fleming ALL ABOARD FOR GLASGOW Good Service From St. John Portland Halifax Portland Halifax Steamer SATURrJjA CASSANDRA CASSANDRA ATHENiA ATHENIA Tickets and other information from any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. tIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granvllle St. PPRESC U TONIGHTlJ BERT WILLIAMS, America's Greatest Comedian. "A Natural Born in two icreamlnjly funny reels. Something Intensely new in comedy. Also the Metro Special "One Million Dollan." old J. J. SCOTT, K.C., DIES Here Ere Threa Wings From a Hardware Store Known for the Reliable Lines It Carries. 1 FOR THE HAY GROWER 2 FOR THE HOME. 9 9 ?________ features of the annual re- m ______ ___ Indian department just published. It is also intereotii says a well known druggist here, be- note that the Indian it darkens the hair so naturally increased from in 1915 to and evenly that no one can tell it has 561 in 1916. been applied. Those hair is turning gray or becoming faded have a surprise await-------- Ins because after one or two Hamilton, Nov. John M. applications the gray hair vanishes Gibson received a cablegram annonnc- and your locks become ing the death at Folkestone, England, dark and beautiful. .of J. J. Scott, K.C., one of the best This is the age of youth. Gray-hair- known of Ontario lawyers and a man ed unattractive folks aren't wantec prominent in business and political irouud EO get busy with Wyeth's Sage life of Hamilton. Mr. Scott had gone and Sulphur Compound tonight and to Folkestone to see his you'll be delighted with your dark, Douglas Scott before he left for hair and your youthful ap-1 France. The deceased was 64 years peara'nce within a [ew days. old, a native of Caledonia and a grad- Thls preparation is a toilet requisite uate of Upper uanaaa college. He and is not intended for the cure, miti- gave up his practice about eight years gallon or prevention of ago on account of his health. noted I for f noe o f DO YOU NEED THEM Linoleum A shipment of attractive patterns just unloaded. Pretty new designs suitable for hail, kitchen and other rooms. Ranges and Stoves Perfection bakers. Durable and fuel savers. They sell on their reputation. Their merit gave them their reputa- tion All are warranted and would cost us more if bought today. You set the advantage In price. A good assortment to select from. Baling Wire A whole carload came this week and will maintain our reputation for the best. Our order was in before the last advance In price BO our customers get this at the old figure while it lasts. C. G. OLANDER CM THIRTKNTH N. PHONE 1223 ed mixture. To avoid disap-., pomimem, ask for ounces ot I Pinel" with full directions and don't I accent anything else. A euirantce of absolute satisfaction or monev promptly refunded, with thn preparation. Tke Ftaex Co., Toronto, Ont. STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS. AND HEAD Sayi Cream Applied in Nostrils Relieves Head-Colda at Once. North Trading Co. WEEK END SPECIALS We have just received our first shipment of our own special blend tea and we guarantee it equal to any 50c tea. This we shall retail at 450 per pound package, but in order to introduce it to the public we will give one pound of our special blend tea and OC 20 pound sack ot B. C. Sugar for Tapioca, 3 pounds for.....25c Cranberries, 2 pounds for 25c Cut Mixed Peel, per Ib. pkg. 35c Citron Peel, per pound.....35c Orange and Lemon ........30c Mixed Peel, loose, per Ib. 30c Shelled Almonds, pound 65c Crystallized Cherries, per pound Emperor Grapei, par pound ZCc Cooking Apples, 5 pounds for 26c Cocoa, pound tint. 28c Jelly Powders, 3 for.......2Sc Robin Hood Rolled Cats, 8 pound bags ....................40e Dill Plcklei, dozen 20c Hire's Hoot Beer, Extract per bottle 25c Krinkle Corn Flakel, 3 pkgt 2Se Oxo Cubes 10c and 26c Just arrived Complete ment of Peabody's Guaranteed Glovei. All sizei, all prleet, all itylet. Khaki 2 for 25e 8TJPINA SON, Props. 230 13th ST. N. north rl" H'" If your nostrils are clogged and your head is stuffed and you can't breathe freely because of a cold or catarrh, just get a small bottle Ely's Cream Balm at any drug store. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream into your nostrils and let it penetrate through every air passage of your head, soothing and healing tne swollen mucous membrane and you get instant relief. Ah I how good it feels. Tour nos- trils are open, your head is clear, no more hawking, snuffling, blowing; no more headache, dryness or struggling for breath. Ely's Cream Balm Is just what sufferers from head colds and need. It's a FAJESTir 9 NIGHTS ONLY Phone 1722 'C-2 Next Wednesday and Thursday NOVEMBER 29th-30th A. S. STERN 4. CO. present (by arrangement with Selwyn A Co.) The Funniest Play in the Whole World BV SALISBURY FIELD AND MARGARET MAYO A Furioua.iy jolly comedy of apartment-house life. It's clean, it's human, and oh! it's so funny. There is nothing like It and nothing "just as good." Direct from Its record smashing engagement at the Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, within a year and from the Grand Thsatre, Calgary. PRICES: 75c 50c SEAT SALE OPENS MONDAY AT MEDLEY'S. MAIL ORDERS NOW. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Clifton Crawford in "The Galloper" DUET: MISS SIMM, MR, FLEMING ALSO FIRST CLASS COMEDY ORPHEUM TONIGHT If 1 Tht Beet Comedy Drama Shown in the City. Ever William Fox Presents Charming Dorothy Donnelly in "The Thief" McDonald Curtis in Vaudeville Prsssntlng the Swede Character for the last time tonight. Tomorrow "The Man from Klondyk." and "fig 1st Chapt.r. Be. it. If. Or.it. ;