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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSDAY, OCTOBER 12, FEED, GRINDERS For Farmers Use manufacture of Roller Mills Plate Grind-. en. SubiUntlal Heavy Machines at lower prices thin many light- er machines. KISCHEL LETKBRIDGE' IRON WORKS HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF BOILER FLUES ON HAND. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited. P. K. Freight Sheas. PHONES: onioe MAJESTIC-ONE NIGHT WED. OCT. 18th. "More, the Visitors Told Them- selves, Was the Real West." -J) FOR SALE! 200 Choice Calves Raised on the Mackie Ranch OF A. H. Mayland LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANT STOCKYARDS, V. CALGARY PHpNES: Office ES301 P. O. .Residence W.1139 Drawer "S" The Winning of Barbara Worth The Strongest Book Play in a Decade. Beautiful Scenery and a Power- ful Cast. Prices: ?.6c, 26c MOVING PICTURE What the Press Agents Say At the Majestic One ot the most successful of all the hook plays which have been dram- atized in the past ten year, is Bell Wright's "The Winning 1mm Worth." The play is as slronfc as a drama as it was as a story, and To Us success was assured from he very start. It will bo seen at the Majestic for one night only, next Wed- nesday, Oct. 18th. There are many nowerfiil vivid scenes and one that will not be soon forgotten in the Band Slorui in the Desert. It Is one ot the most realistic, things the stage has seen in many a day. H Is not in mo- tlon pictures. "ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP" Canada is tolutvTus first uantoimmo performance this fall when 1'. Stuait THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Bffl 1 IT'OTItf Two Monday, Tuesday MAJailL OCT., is n THE FIRST BEAL ENGLISH PANTO- MIME EVER -BROUGHT TO CANADA. F.5tuart-Whyte Lamp. COSTUMES. ORiEnrsi SCEHERT. SEIWTIFUL ftrns. ttflunnne Whyte's production of "Aladdin His Wonderful Lamp" comes to 20-000 hiishjes of wheat: hauling to let a nine (9) cents per. bushel. For immediate delivery from sec. 20-8-13, to elevator at Grassy Lake. No accom- modation the BEST ATTRACTION OF THE SEASON. Trices: GET YOUR SEATS AT MEDLEY'S NOW. LAST TIMES TONIGHT EDYTHE STERLING The Maud Adams of the' Scrwn in J Nancy's Birthright Also "RIDING THE k SPECIAL SATURDAY David Belosco Presents the Beautiful Star Mac Murray iu "Sweet Kitty Bellairs" This is the Great Flve-Rcel Paramount Feature Which Did Not Arrive Monday. It IE now here and will positively be Shown on Friday and Sat. BLUE BIRD PHOTOPLAYS "BELLINA LOVED A SOLDIER" reaturlng the Talented Screen Star LOUISE LOVELY. What About Storage Elevator prominent, farmer of the district elevator expressed himself in very terms regarding the storage Saturday. He said: "Whal is done about getting that biy storage elevator for Leth- bridge? Here I am sitting down writ- Ing a letter when I ought to he watch- int- my threshing gang working in- stead of eating their heads off. If there was a government elevator iu Lcthhridgc as there should be. the :mme as at Moose Jaw and Saskatoon, I would be threshing right along, and toan-oimiuijuuj. if .the C. 1'. R. would give- me a few re have ever had here I cars, which it. seems they can now, forclMu I was 'talking In a Lethbrldse mer- elevator j chant the other day, the press of bus- iness had made him run short of the ORPHEUM THEATRE--JON1GHTJ Majestic theatre on Monday and Tues day next. Oct. 16 and 17. The nearest to all "old country, pan- tomime that wo have ever had here is the Broadway revue or Aiuencan Extravaganza, shows, and they, have heen few and far between. The cast is beaded by Miss SSara. Clinton M Aladdin, Mr. Billy .Oswald tain right along, General Sam Fuse and Mr. Harry waste a minute would be sending the grain in in a slightly damp comiilion to lie dried at the elevator at Lethbridge. It appears like the wfalber is going to be uncf-r- taia right along, and 1 can't afford to US litMltiiUl Hoyland as the Widow Twaukey. They will be supported by a carefully select- ed company of twenty-live experienced pantomime artists. The piece is divided into five acts or scenes, each one a revelation of beauty and lavish expenditure, while the COE- tnmlng is a riot ot coloring and ani- mation. Seats are now selling at Heller's. I see they are going to build an armory at Cftigary now. Has R. B. Bennett, threatened to resign if they dqnlt do it, same as be dirt about the O. Lathrop Grassy Laka, AUTOMOBILE LIVERY Open or Closed Gar Rates to Any Part of City One Person.............. Me 3 persons............... Country Trlpi, 19c per mile H. King Phone 693 Money to Lono W. F. NELSON CO, AlfecrU Loan Block. Letibridia, AlbtrU PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING WALKER HOLBERTON 516 Fourth Avenue S. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D PHONE 1345 Tunier Witchell Oftiot at Kennedy's 410 13th St. At Starlanil article I wanted: lie said he would get some'in a hurry from Calgary. 1 suppose 1 must have got peeved, for I said to him "book here, son, you and me has heen doing business since I came in here to homestead in 1908. I can wait till you gel your next lot in from 'the East, but if you attempt to sell me sfut'f thr.t you have got from that empty, blg-heilled. grab-all, hog town we cease doing business right like when T think of that fine big elevator stand- ing empty up there, because Bennett threatened to resign, and knew what would have happened to the British Empire and how it have af- fected his and his partner's property interests in Calgary. We producers evidently don't count." away. That's what I THE WORLD FAMED THC GREAT DR. HERBERT TOMEUITTE KING OF HYPNOTISTS" And Company Presenting the Funniest Show of the Season. A Laugh from Start to Finish. handkerchiofs made by the young lady while hypno- tised sewing on the machine in F. Hedley's Drug Store Window will be. perfumed with Palmer's Rose Loaves and will be present- ed to the ladies as souvenirs as they enter the Orpheum tonight. AN ATTRACTION WITHOUT AN EQUAL Doors Open 8.00 o'clock. Show Starts at 8.30. PRICES 25c nnd 35c Lethbridge with the 20th Battery, go- ing with the draft imder Lieut. Mc- Lclland and transferring to an east- ern Canadian battery. MR 10 CITY ON HOSPITAL itill IIS COIl? The Grace Coal Mine li now (e of ordtn. PHONE 12BO the .quality Is the Beat. Delivered, MM ton Attnlm.. 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS "Nancy's the story ot -irl who Is a firm believer In the goodness of God and His power to overcome evil in tiny form will he seen at Starlan'S for the last times tonight. Edythe Sterling In the leading ro e, Interprets the character of the girl whose faith never falters, in a most pleasing manner. The play is a very good one and well worth seeing. Those who "were disappointed in not seeing beautiful Mae Murray, m "Sweet Kitty Bellairs" on Monday and Tuesday, will have an opportunity of seeing this great picture without fail on Friday and Saturday. At the Empress Bettina Loved a Soldier (five will he the feature at the Empress for Friday and' Saturday, in Longueval. France, for more than thirty years, the Abbe Constantin has been cure, of the little village. The people are depend ent for their existence upon the e tate of Longueval and when tho> learn that the castle has heen sold to foreigners, they see their existence menaced.' The story that follows i an extremely Interesting one. At The Orpheum DELIGHTED CROWD PACKS THE ORPHEUM Dr Ilerhert I. Travelutte presented his second laugh provoking perform ance' to another packed house last night and judging by the constant roar of laughter, every one must have had the time of their lives. He also pre sented a test for the more serious minded people, upon which there ha heen much comment.: He demonstrat ed the condition a person would he placed in where an operation was to he .Iiypnotisnras an anaesthetic, when he placed a young man's arm in such a rigid condition the blood almost ceased to circulate Today a young lady was hypnotized by the doctor nnd given the suggestion to sew handkerchiefs all day on a sew- ing machine place.d In F. Hedley's Drug Store window. As ,a compliment Mr. Medley will perfume the handkerchief with some of his. very best perfume Palmer's Rose Leaves, and the Trave lutto company will' them and present same to the ladles free to- night as they enter the Orpheum. Chas. Buckmlller, ot Buffalo, Wl has taught school 25 years without missing a single session. Retires on pension of J3I.5.50 a year. v" PREVENTED Lethbridge people should know that a few of simple buckthorn bark, as mixed In Ad- ler-i-ka, often relieve.or prevent ap- pendicitis. This simple mixture re- moves auch surprising foul matter that OWE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANT CASE constipation, sour stom- ach or gas. A short treatment hejps chronic itomsoh trouble. Adler-i-ka has aulMt and most thorough action of jnytainf D. Hlgin- hotham Ltd Druggists, l.oth In Effort to Release (Comrade One Soldier Is Injured Calgary. Oct. because five of their pals had been incarcerat- ed In the Mounted Police barracks for violations of the Liquor Act, a mob from the 211th Battalion raided .the guard house at the barracks here last niglit in an effort to release the pris- oners. This they were unable to do, though they broke many windows iu L---------- the lower storey of the building. The uary 12, 1917 i furniture, of part of the building, to- gether with clothes and, other articles, were dragged outside and set on fire. One soldier, climbing the fire escape on the weat side of the guard house, was warned to come down, but re- fused to do so by a mem- ber of the MoifflVeB; The bullet passed through his left shoulder and he is in the General hospital to- day. One of the'policemen was badly 1 Injured by the mob, who believed him to be the man who' did the shoot- ing. Another part of the mob started marching uptown to break into a hard- ware store to get firearms and am- munition, but i. was dispersed by a squad ot city police who charged them with clubs. The soldiers were event- ually dispersed and order restored in the city. EXTEND LIFE OF REICHSTAG Amsterdam, Oct. 11, via According to a dispatch from Berlin, the rciclistag today passed on third reudins the bill prolonging the lite of the present legislative body until Jan- Mrs. Robert Naysmlth received the pleasant information today that, her j nephew, Gunner James Alexander Hislop. whose death in action was re- ported some time ago, is still alive and well. The information came iu a letter trom that young man himself who is a member of an eastern bat- tery. Some time ago the casually lists contained the name of Gunner James Alexander..Heslop of the artillery had heen filled ?n actions The name seemed to correspond -with that of the Letllbridge man. and. his friends here accepted it as the same, even though the name was. spelled with an "e" Instead of an However, the let- ter from Gunner Hislop removes all doubt. In his letter to his aunt Gun- ner Hislop states that_the Canadian artillery is doing great work. He stat- ed that he was writing the letter in a dugout 30 feet deep which had been captured by the British from the Ger- mans. Gunner Hislop enlisted from A Scene from F Stuart Whytes Big Product of the English Pantomimi which comes to the Majestic, next Monday and Tuesday. At a meeting of the Khaki League held in tho mayor's office last night, it was recommended that the mayor of Lethbridge be appointed as repre- sentative of the city on the Military lospitals Commission. The mayors Calgary and Edmonton are mem- ers of the commission and Leth- citizens feel that they too lould be represented. The mayor and secretary. J- R. O'i- wero appointed a committee to ook into the matter of hospital ac. ommodatlon.for returned soldiers for lis district. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our entire organization is ,at your and with our exper- ience wo CHU safely guarantee to set you tho best prices for your grain at. any time and for any grade or kind of grain. When Bilious, Headachy, Sick, for Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad Colds. Get a 10-cent box. Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse your Liver, Stomach aiid Bowels, and jou -will urelj fetl great bv morning You men and women who have head- ache coated tongue a b d cold are bilious, nervous, upset, bothered with a. ick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out Are you- keeping your bowels clean with merely forcing s passageway every few days with salts cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, indigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from tho bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight wil' straighten you out by morning. A 10 cent box from your druggist means healthy bowel action; a clear heac and cheerfulness for months. Don't forget the BRITISH ALKY AT SOMME. AN UNIjhUAL 8IGHT TV THIS WAR TUoee present at the meeting were Mayor Hardie. .Mrs. Colpman, Mrs; Robinson. W. S. Ball, A. J. BlacUMirn, hn W Downer, A H. .McKeown, IK Young nnd J S. Oliver. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. AH markets. You are invited to make free use of this service: Ast for hida on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOH, Mgr. Phone 1599. Res. Phone 1862. Phone M 1922 Calgary Office 1M5 Lethbridge He.. 1B11 Latrlbrldge For Quota- tions. 3te Our Agents who ait In your 1 district. J. A. GUMMING Lethbrldgo Manager OFFICE PHONE 1313. GRAIN SERVICE Try us when plac- ing your trade in fu- tures. You will like our service. United Grain Producers, Ltd EMPRESS BUILDINQ GROUND FLOOR MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense If you have grain to handle. We can assure you the beat price the market will and give you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. -jVx, a and t enches Is this column ot Britiih cavalry mmroUw ove SEND SAMPLES. ASK FOR PRICES. TRY US AND BE CON- V1NOSD THAT OUR SERVICE WILL PLEASE YOU. WE WANT YOUR GRAIN CONSINQMENTS. The N. Bawlf Grain Co., Ltd. Grain Commission Merchants CAL6ARY i: ALBfiHTA Milling Grades of Wheat a Specialty Liberal Advances on Bilk of Ladiif AFTER p.m. W4MT PHONE W 1717. ;