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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1918 lilfc JUtTHBHUJOK UA1L.'* lEKAL.D PAGE FISH BULLETIN CLASSIFY YOUR FISH ;.*: ^ > .> � > ')* IN THE DAY OF BATTLE ? > ; > *  Mr. It. A. Smith left this morning lor a short visit to Calgary. m  c� Mrs. E. F. Layton and little daughter have returned to the city after summering at the coast. �  w Mrs. S. J. Shepherd and children arc accompanying Mrs. Shepherd's mother, Mrs. Dixon, to Maple Creek, this afternoon. They will be absent a month.  * �  Miss Marjorie Higinbotham has returned from visiting in Banff and Calgary. * *  Mrs. 13. J. Koen left on Saturday to join her husband in Vancouver. >.   X. B. Good and family have returned from an extended holiday spent mostly at Coast cities. Mrs. W. A. 11. Cocq and Miss Doris Cocq returned on Saturday, after spending several months at the coastal cilleH.  * � Commissioner Perry, of the Mounted Police, accompanied Hon. N. W. Howell to the city on Saturday. Hugh Shaw, M.P., of Nanton, was also in the party. They were the guests while in the city of Supt. Pennefather. Mr. Rowoll motored from Carmangay to Maclood, where he inspected the division there. � �  Word has been, received by .las. Mackio, that his brother Pte. A. J. Macltie, ! filth Lethbrldge Highlanders, is in hospital in France suffering from shell wound in the left knee.   * c- � * SOCIAL EVENTS  On Sunday afternoon four to six o'clock, Mrs. T. W. Robertson gave a large reception to which fully fifty guests were invited to meet Count and Countess Humbert de Foras. In the dining room, the tables, most attractively arranged and decorated with a large bowl of sweet peas, was presided over by Madam Tablot of Calgary, assisted by Mrs. A. J. Arnold and Mrs. Charles Clark, pouring tea and coffee, Mrs. J. 13. Jones, who cut the ices, Miss Inzola Hardle of Liethbridge, Miss Nicol, DeForas, Miss Ailsa Arnold and Evelyn Robertson of High River, who served. The guests from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Tablot of Calgary, and Mr. and Mrs. Cough-lin of Nanton.-High River Times.   * �  * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES  e * The Hardieville Ladies' Aid will meet on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Coutts. All the ladies of the congregation are asked to attend as unless more help is obtained the work will, have to be, dropped.    Following is the program of the recital to be given in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium tonight at 8, by Mr. Banner: Piano numbers. Impromptu, Opus 112 No. 2-Franz Schubert; Larkspur - "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" "True economy is not saving so much, as spending wisely." In Pianos :K> 1 ;t-e>t economy lies ip, buying the MASON & R1SCH -beautiful of case-marvellous of tone- unequalled in durability. Robert'' Oehrrie; Solfeggletto-Ph. K. Bach; Romance in F sharp, major Opus,, 28-Schumann; Nocturne 0 Minor, Opus 37-Chopin; Uerceuse G flat major-Henselt. Vocal: .Vlary of Argyle-r-Nelson; Sally in Our Alley- Carey; Annie Laurie-Lady John Scott; Ah, I have Sighed to Rest Me -Verdi. Miss Simm has kindly consented to sing. She will render the following selections: "Hois Epais," by Lully, and "A Birthday" by R. Huntington Woodman. �   The Next-of-Kiu arc reminded of the meeting in the Moose Hall this evening at 7.30. � * * Tho first regular meeting of flip Art Department of tho Mathesis club will be held tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. F. Nelson, 643 Sth St. South at 3 o'clock All members planning to enter this department are invited to attend. * * * A special meeting of the G.I.A. to B. of L. B. will be held at the home of Mrs. James Reid, ]20t,-(Uii Ave. N. tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. Members are requested to be present. * * * Jan Russ.el who performed at the Veterans' � Concert which was put on at the Majestic theatre last evening gave an illustration of some excellent work as a violinist. Although only fourteen years of age his work is particularly artistic. Jan has recently come to the city from Coutts, though much of his musical training has been taken in Minneapolis. �  � Pupils or Mrs. W. II. Johnson, as sisted by Miss Meta Wellington, so prano, will give a piano recital Thursday evening, Oct. 10th, in Knox church school room at 8.1") sharp. Fol lowing are the numbers: Duet, Beethoven, Kitty and Tilly Goodman; Ma zurka, Cramm, Rachel-Bishop; Paper Chain, Gynes, Muriel AlliBon; Heath er Rose, Lange, Helen McKillop: On the Mill, Ganschale, Virginia Selzer; Boat Ride, Schaefer, Christina Ler rier; Winter Sports, Horvath, Winnie Scott; Wooden Shoe D.mce, Barbour, Nora Wellington; Valse Brilliante. Anthony, Rhena McQueen; At the Fountain Ducelle, Kitty Goodman; Spanish Dance, Sartorio, Irene Brooks Trio, Raff, Kitty, Tilly Goodman, Mrs. Johnson; Melodie, Paderewski, To the Rising Sun, Torgusun, Tilly Goodman; Humming Bird, Bluette, McDow. ell; Waltzing Doll, Poldini; In the Lovely Montli of May, Mertsel; Naomi Grant Sparks, Maszkowski; Dance of the Gnomes, Whelpley; Second Grand Valse Brilliante, Leyack, Nocturne, Chopin, Dora Noel. ISSUED BY CANADA FOOD BOARD Am yon a fish experimenter? Or are yon one pi those people who believe in having trie 'same tiling yesterday, today and:tomorrow? Imagine being allowed in eat only one vegetable all .the year round- carrots for instance. No one would dream of doing such a thmg. Yet. with more kinds of fish available than vegetables, there are plenjy of housewives who stick to two varieties or so all tho time. It is not to lie wondered at !f their families get uiv.k of fish and call for a change. Only by experimenting do we ever t�>.-:t the worth of anything. Only by opening our minds to suggestion do we become better informed. So. do not let us gel ii into our heads that because we know the qualities of one or more varieties of iish the whole supply depends on those particular lines. There are about 45 different kinds pn the retail market in tho winter months anil a whole lot of each kind. The dealer classifies them for us. All we have lo do is to keep your eyes open and-buy! Buying direct from the manufacturer you further accentuate the economy-our "Factory to Home" proposition permits you to pocket the middleman's profit, MASON & R1SCH LIMITED LETHBRIDGE Members* Winnipeg Grain Exchange, Winnipeg Clearing Association Warehooties: 1056 Arlington Street, 309 Elgin Avenue, Elevator Track p18 Economize and Buy Your Hay Direct from THE CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE7 LIMITED We have a large stock on hand of Timothy, Red Top and mixed Pruirie Hay to dispose at very reasonable prices. We will guarantee all shipments. Don't delay in writing us or wire at our expense. Our prices will interest you. We can also'quoto you best prices on potatoes for your requirements in carload lots. ' CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE, Ltd. 118-122 GRAIN EXCHANGE BUILDING, WINNIPEG, MAN. '......... \ 250-12 THREE LOCAL IN IN CASUALTY LIST Heavy casualty lists from the re cent big Canadian drive at Cambrai are expected. The first of the local list apparently arrived this morning with reports of the wounding of three local men. Two of these Pte. Edward A. McDowell, and Sgt. Fred J. Bedster are Kilties! Pte. McDowell, who has been wounded before, is suffering a gunshot wound in his right hand. Sergt. Bedster is wounded in the head and leg. Lance-Corp. Richard Lane of Coal-hurst, is another casualty, according to a message to Mrs. Hannah Lane. He is wounded in the right foot. AT VOTE AGAIN TODAY (Special to the llpralili Fernie, Oct. G.-At a meeting of the local executive here today it was decided to vote by ballot tomorrow upon the proposition which was turned down last week by showing of hands, and which resulted In the holding up of operations during the week. This indicates a change of attitude upon the part of many of the miners, and it is thought that the resutl of tomorrow's secret ballot will be in favor of accepting the proposition as presented in Commissioner Armstrong's order to return to work on the single shift basis during an investigation by Minister of Mines Sloan's royal commission. DON'T COMPLAIN - USE - cife B�ck�che immediate relief from MutooB. Brick Dust de-poBitB, and Bladder trouble! caused by conceited kidneys. Bold for toe. � box aunwt erer/whore. iw UNION FORME FFICERS NAMED Will Include Firemen and Police-A. J. Ingram Head of New Body The newly formed Civic Rmployees' Union got off to a good start, yester day afternoo!), when a meeting was called under the auspices of the Trades and Labor Council, to complete organization. There was a �ood attendance of employees and officers and delegates of the Trade? Council were present to .assist the work. Vice-President Stockwell was in tho chair and outlined the work of the previous meeting. 'Delegates Peacock and McNablj also spoke on the benefits of organization and from the tone of the meeting the Civic Employees Union promises to b% a real live body. The committee formed at the last meeting to find out the feeling of the employees reported good progress, and from reports Leth'bridge will be following the lead of other cities, and have all their employees organized, even the police.and fire departments promising to "join up." The fol'owine; was fhe list of officer.? elected at yesterday's meeting: PresiHmt, A. J. Ingram; v!u;-presi dent. U. Hall; snemtary-trevjurer, 1-. H. Derricott. It is the intention to have a member of each department on the executive committee, and the following were elected at the meeting: Street Railway-D. Gardiner; Clerks-It. Mali en; Power House-A. J. Ingram; Teamsters-A. Arnold" Scavenging- C. Doe; Waterworks, Lighting, Streets, Police and Fire Departments to be elected. C. P. R. REPLACES THE STRIKERS Local Staff at Freight Office Almost Complete-Full Service Soon Though the embargo on the local freight sheds has not been lifted, a new organization lias been built up to take the place of ihe striking freight handlers, and within a day or two tho congestion will be cleared. Fifteen new men are at work there today. Two new men have; been'placed on the yard office staff. The baggage room is completely manned. The action of the company in replacing the strikers indicates that there is no intention to treat witli them, the men now being all considered to have been dismissed from the service. Word from Calgary and Edmonton is that the staffs have all been replaced there. In Medicine Hat part of the strikers went back to work. CENSUS OF CITY �On Wednesday. October 16th, a religious census will be taken of the city, the work being in charge of. the various churches and similar organizations. Yesterday at the different cjiurches cards were given out upon which a pledge l.o donate two hours' work is printed. These should be filled In nud harfded in next Sunday. It is planned to got Uvo hundred workers in all from the ranks o� ' tho church, and the public nre asked to co-operate as much aa possible. THEATRE WAR IS AT A STANDSTILL Pending Decision of Mr. Hansen's Application to Purchase Huilding Events in the theatre war here are at a standstill today pending the decision of the court at Calgary in the hearing of the application of C. Hansen and his associates for the right to purchase the building In which (he Orphctmi theatre is located. Mr. Hansen claims. that.he.Jias possession of the theatre by right of purchase of the building. Air. Brown claims to have possession of the theatre -by right of a lease granted by the Excelsior Life Assurance Co., holders of the mortgage. The question of ownership will therefore be a matter for tho civil courts to decide. Tlie actions started on Saturday with the arrest of L. ri. Hrown and II. T. Hudson will not be heard until Wednesday when they will appear in police court. They were arrested on Saturday afternoon on a .second charge of assault on Mr. Bruce, who was Mr. Hansen's guard on the building all last week. They are out on. $11.0UO bail. Charges against Chief Hardy preferred by Chas. Harris to ihe city commissioners on Saturday morning have not been pressed further. The settlement of the dispute now hinges entirely on the finding of the court at Calgary today. PREPARE FOR THE SOLDIERS' RETURN Rev. Canon McMiilen's Message -Hits Those Who Use Gasoline on Sundays Failure in his examinations is believed to have been the cause of the death of Marcus Wolff, a law student at Columbia University. � He locked himself in a fellowship room at West 180th, street and turned on the gas. ''Our tliiti- to the Returned Soldier" was the subject of a powerful stsrmon delivered b'y Kev. ('anon McMillan at tho evening services of St. Cyprian's yesterday." There has been some comment ss to the class of man at the front," the speaker said, "but I have lately met several of their chaplains and all were unanimous -in their opinion that, there exists no finer, no nobler, and no purer class of men than these champions of humanity. We hear talk of the social evil. Why? Be-cause it is lli^ civilian, slackers at home who arc causing its spread. A medical officer, recently returned from the front, told me t'.iat in all His dealings with the men he had found only two infected with venereal (11k-I cases. It, is scandalous and troach-1 erons for anyone to say anything | against these men. ; "And then the religious aspect of: the lives of these men is beautiful, i There they are. face to face every day with God and death, and as u result, they have developed a beautiful : communion with Him. Everybody) "out there" realizes the power of prayer. The generals of the allied forces arc all embracing the same thought in their messages to their men. The boys are face to face with reality and when they come back tuoy will expect to find at home the same spirit of sincerity and faith as has characterized their life in the firing line. Will they find it? They will look in our churches and find A scat- "Fruii-a-tives" Quickly Relieved Tlils Chronic Troubli 5S!) Casgraik Street, Montreal. "In my opinion, do other medicine is so curative for Constipation and indigestion as 'Kruil-a-lives'. 1 was a sufferer from those com-plaintH for live years, and my Kedentary occupation, Music, brought about a kirn! of Inti'siiiial Paralysis ; u-iUt nasty Headaches, belching gas, drowsiness aJ'ter eating, and pain in the back., I was induced to try Truit-a-tives' and now for six months J have been entirely ffell". A. ROSENBORG. f>0o. a box, 6 for $2.;j0, trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Vruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. /, tercd few in attendance. Hie choir depleted, inaudible and Half-hearted responses, ami what ),'-ight have we to blame- tln=).m if they look elsewhere, for whal (hey seek. , As soldiers they obeyed the call wltftii it came. You are all soldiers of Christ yet why is it we linger when the call comes to go over the top at. the enemy? Take as an instance, of our sincerity the saving of gasoline on Sunday [ counted more cars at a certain point today in three hours than I saw in all Toronto all one. Sunday, and yet wh say "save gas and help the man at the front." "I just want, to bring home 'to you the great, opportunity that 1s ours. The boys are coming home. They will come to the -church. On t stay there." How About Your Danger Zone? YOU'VE got it-every human being is born with it-your large intestine, or colon. It is a large tube-a reservoir or sewer-intended to collect waste matter and remove it from the body. Plug it up with waste, neglect it, and you're sick on your feet. The waste matter stagnates, undergoes decay, fermentation and germ action. Dangerous poisons are produced, that can easily be absorbed and carried all over the body. / Allow constipation to become established, and you are liable>to become definitely and miserably sick - and not on your feet either. 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