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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRIB THE STREAM OF LIFE Pure Blood Is'Absolutely Necessary To Health "FRUIT-A-TIVES" PURIFIES These Wonderful Tablets, Made of Fruit Juices, Are The Best Of All Tonics To Purify And Enrich The Blood. Pure, rich blood can flow only in n clean body. Now, a clean body is one in which the -waste matter i> regularly nd naturally eliminated from the system. The blood cannot be pure when the skin action is wealc, when the stomach does not digest the food properly, when the bowel's do not move regulariy, when the kidneys are trained or overworked. Pure blood i.i the result of perfect health and harmony of stomach, liver, boweli, kidneys and skin. "Fruit-a-lives", by their wonderful action on all these organs, keeps the whole system as clean as Nature intended our bodies to be>clean. " Fruit-a-tives" tones up, invigorates, strengthens, purifies, cleans and gives pure, rich, clean blood that is, in truth, the stream of life. "Pruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealers At 500. a box, 6 for $2.50 trial'size or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit^-tives Limited, Ottawa. Garrison Evacuated Yesterday CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGK battei'j% and withdrew 10 rejoin their cornradBB, who previoimly had evacuated tlielr imsltlouB. The fnrlH uround C'oiitU', four niileH aouth ot! Antwerp, uni Haid to l)e still intact, and tlio diu^l bolwntMi tlif^m and tho Oermiin ii.rmy i.s reported us .still IjroceediiiET this (Saturday) moriiinp;. Tlio outcomo cannot he. in doubt, it having been concluHlvely proved in Ihn paiit two months tljiil, [inriDunRnt forts in an exiiosctl situation utond no chanco against modern siisno howitzers. OERAIAN REl'ORT London, Oct. 10.-H-..32 a.m.-Tlii' Oi'Moial announffnicnt ol tin; fall ot Antwerp, givtti out at (iorniau gm-I pral headquarters late last nii^lit ami transmitted here via Marconi wiri.--lesH, ikiys : "This'foronoon sftveral forts oE Dip inftor fortilicatious of Antwerp havi; falli?n. Tlie town since midday has beUes in Brussels, and "rediicinf; tlie native po'vulation to famine." Hon. Crothers Tells us We're in Wrong CO?mNVEU FROM FRONT PAGE and pas rate in the charter, so that the people would put the gas in at an expense to each citizen of from $,00 to $1-00. After inducing the eiti-izens to )!o to this cost anil Inirn, gas ithat wou,d still be more costly tiian coal, which is mined in our own city, ithc company turns round, without any waniini; in war times and practically increases the cost lu per cent, to the consmner. "The calls made upon our citizens by tlie war in various ways, such as supportiiiis; the Red ("rnss, the Patriotic fund and the Belgian relief fund, in the worst times we have ever known here, requires the utmost economy ajid it ilu(?s seem too Inwl that the Gas company should arbitrarily turn round witliout warninf; and slap on K) per cent, to our fuel bill. "We most emphatically protest Hob Leoiiui'd and TTazel. 15iiekliam in tlic .Sjicctaeiilar "J Keel Huiriaii I iiterest Drama Aurora of the North Produced and .Vctod by Die ilex Ke.itiir.' Comjjany. producer,^ of "ClJfCLl-; 17." "AT Tlir; FOOT OF THK ST.MliS," 'A UAW CNTO IILMSKLF," Ktc., Rl.e. i hi: kvek r()pri..\k stakla.m) oiw iiestra ONDAY A Pretty Story The Old Parlor One You'll Like MAJESTIC THEATRE Two Days, Uondal October 12 Matinee ^ \^*.\J iJ^M. M. ^ "The Show you All Know" ' at;ainst this, and hCR that you will, in ccjnformity to the principles laid down hy the government of whicli yon are' a memher, iioliiy tlie ^;as C(mipanv that its action is unpatriotic and illegal at this time, and must not he put into efierl." MORE RURAL LINES FOR RETLAW DISTRICT Rellaw, Alta., Oct. 10.---Telephone poles are beins distributed northwest of here, and so we hope there will be a lot more lines built this fall. It will be some comfort to the people who have waited so long. I o R R \ O D Odober Vidtor Records An unusually long li^ of double-sided Vidtor Records at 90c for the two selections containing an unusually complete variety of music to suit every ta^e. Hummer Medley-One-Step (Accordion) ") Pietro Diero [ 17609 Hungarian Rag (Accordion) Pietro Diero j California and You Irving Kaufman") *mf^i^ On the Banks of Brandy wine Campbell-Burr) New Purple Labels by Harry Lauder and Others Ta Ta, My Bonnie Maggie Darling Harry Lauder 70108 Can't You Hear Me Callin', Caroline? Geo. McFarlane 60123 New Red Seal Records by Famous Ard^s Boheme--0 Soave fanciulla Lucrezia Bori-John McCormack 87512 Contes d'Hoffman-BarcaroUe Alma Gluck-Louise Homer 87202 The "His Master's Voice" dealer* (in every city and town in Canada), want evevyonc lo come in and hear the whole of this splendid list, Ask for free copy of out October supplement giving a complete list of all the new Victor Records and oiu new 300 page Musical Encyclopedia, listing over 6000 Victor Records. All Vidlor Records are Made in Canada. BERLINER'GI^<:;^ MONDAY Thc regular theatrical season at tlie new -Majestic theatre will open on Thanksgiving Day, with tlie "Versa-tiies" as the offering. Thi.s is the third season that this clever company have filled this same date in Letli-bridge, and no more suitable attraction could have been secured by .Manager C, P. Walker to inaugurate his season. The house has been thorougli-ly renovated and repaired, and under the direction of the leading theatrical manager of Canada, ihe Majestic should again prosper as a first-class road attraction house. On Monday afternoon and evening the "Versatlles" will offer their latest musical comedy success, "Scottie. in Japan," described as a musical fantasy of the "flowery kinsdom." There are 24 musical numbers in this offering, | and tlie company carry an elaborate setting, and the piece is handsomely costumed. The engagement will close on Tnes-day night with "The Canadian Express," last season's big comedy hit. AT THE BIJOU VERSATILES Third Consecutive Thanksgiving Day in Lethbridge of the AU^Star Englisli Musical Comed'y Company THANKSGIVING MATINEE AND NIGHT "Scottie in Japan" 24-f'i''^ Hits-24 I i TUESDAY NIGHT " The Canadian Express (By Popular Request) . j PKICKS-20. 50, 7ac and -Si.00-Matinee 2.5c and .50c.'' Seats on sale at Kenny & Allin Drug Co. 20% ot the Season's Profits goes to tha War Fnnd. The war pictures wore well received last night at the Bijou, aid repaid the many photo fans who turned out to see them. Probably the most interesting and impressive sight was the column after column of German troops marching into captured Brussels. Some very good seenos are shown of the Belgian artillery getting their heavy guns into action. The feature and eomedy were also good. The programme, on the whole, is a very good one, and will be on toniglit for the last time. BIJOU Not Commg But Here ! VERY LATEST (ionnini Troopj^ Entering; Brussels and Other Stirring Pictures Direct From The Seat of War � ^ ^ ^ The Secret of Her Past 3 Part Drama---Also Stirring. / SPLENDID SINGER AT THE MONARCH THEATRE The management of the Monarch announce the appearance of Miss Jfay Gordon tonight, and all next week. .Vliss Ooi'doii is ihe possessor of a splendid soprano voice, and will surely delight tile jiatrons of this popular theatre. Next Thursday there will be a grand drawing, a ladies' and gentlemen's prize being f;i\en, consisting of a beautiful jewel and a sterling silver tobacco jar. ALBION RIDGE The three-days' snowstorm found the Ridge fairly well prepared. Threshini; is practically completed.; Much fall plcagliing is in line coiwli-' tion to receive moisture. The only drawback is the i;reen feed, a little { late lla.v and the potato crops cauj^ht ] under the .snow. Tlio addod moisture was needed to continue the ploughing. There were but two mail services last week instead of three, owing to the almost impassable condition of tlic roads. Miss Hirchard arrived from Sas-katciicwan and will spend the winter ^vlth her sister, !\Irs. Vim. Northam. Monarch Theatre WE HAVE IT A'isit our'Victor De])t. todiiy 'ijhI ask to hear tho British Marcliing Sonu' "IT'S A LONG, LONri.WAY TOTIPPEKAKV," sung i.y the Imperial Qnartettc, and "Soldiers ot the Xing," hy llryor's Btiud. Victor Kecord ]*fo. 17G30. Price 90c Torthe two selcctious. mason & RISCH, ltd. 4:04 5th St. South. 21 Western Branches. Phone 791 Miss May Gordan popular soprano, tonight and all next week Over $12,000 worth ot gems were stolen from the home of a New York society woman tiie other day. There is no clue to the theft so far. Friday and Saturday | the empress" "The Price of Silence" \ Two Reel Feature proving the old adage, "A Fast Past Never Dies." / HEARST SELIG WEEKLY Showing All the I