Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, -OCTOHBtl 15, 1917 THE LETHBR1DGE DAIM HERALD PAGE FIVE STRICKEN IN THE STREET ConpleWyKedTsHeiith 8j "Frilt-a-llws'' SSa ST. YJUJK ST., Monuu. "la 1912, I nai Uken imlileoly ill with Acute Stomach Troutlt and dropped In the street. 1 wu treited by sciMai physicians for pearly two years, and my wclgM dropped from ?25 pounds to KO pounds. Then several of wy rrieoiUfidrised me to try "Fruit- fit- ifnfnire aljHcit [fiM Mtjffjfdcir, and by using Ihcnj, 1 rccovired from ilia Slomicb Trouble ill pain and Constipation ne.-ecurcO. J welsh 203 pounds. I umiot praise "Fruil- t-livel" Jl. WHITMAN. We. i boi, G far (2.00, tricl site, At ill doltn or sent post pud hy 1'ruil- Limited, plluti. U.S.P01ERPLANI PblladeluLli, Oct. explos- ion hi Uie iillro etircl. dry Ijouso M the Dupoiit Powder at lowij, N. J.. reflullod ID the Instant dcalli ol Ivi'o workmen. A tblrd man Is Tutsalug ami probably dead. Tho bodies were blown to Anoth- er miD was serlou'ily Injured. The building was piiull. ftruc- lurelurc fsoltled from the rest of Uio 1) Ian I aoJ the force consoled ol the four men ipeolloued. There no other dttnise. .The Dupont company says there Is nulL- !ng susiilcloua about eiploslon. twenty uillea distant. lell LI and Hurroundlnc towna fn Xewr Jeracy reported shattered wlndowa and other 111 effects of the impact. QiljlislaviD 13 an Isolated town eighteen jujles below C a aide a on ibo Delaware river. II the sceno ol iQlcDso activity where the Dupoals manufacture great of war exploalrea. RETAIN NAVAL MEN MOS. AFTER WAR Ottawa, Oct. la announced LUat authority been given to lLo artment ol naval service to retain :ho ol ati CanudUu Naval Volunteer Ilewrve men lor time not exceeding six mouths allff tho (cruiliiaHoo of tho war. TUB WEAK NBWOUS WOMAN TOOKVINOL Strong WcU and BRITISH LOSSES. London, Dot. Brltlih armed mtrchant tltamer Cham- ptQne befh lunk and the mine sweeper ilodp BeQonlf Is overdue and regarded is lost. HORSES FOR SALE There .will be two can of heavy i hortet for sale at BONNELL'S LIVEHY After October Phone 1053 DRAY1NG Phone; 1345 or 1359 Turner Witchell it Konnedr'i 410 13lh St WANTED! Stenographer Calgary. Oct. 15. The principal case beard beTori In ft raiiivJ.y commfa- olon at Us sllttae hero today was In connection with tho advances on all rail rates that Vent Into effort on Sep- tember 1. Hoards of trade aud other organizations are asking tint tar- iff bo disallowed, and rallwaye ire be- ing called upon to furnish jufUncttlon for tho increase. The railway counsel made brief argumeiHa, aaaerMoe that they were Justified In an arbitrary difference between rates on all-nil traffic ami on rail and water .raffle, D. C. Campbell, In a short address, opiwscd the advances very strongly OH bclialt of the Calgary board of trade. i A. K. Uoylc, secretary of tbc Winnipeg board of IraJc. asked (ho railway offl- clale to elate the basis for 1no arbi- trary difference, which In the caso ot first class freight, was 25 cents per Hundred pounds. Mr. Stephen replied that they studied the situation, arid had come to ihe conclusion (bat 25 cenls wns a proper difference between llio all rail and the rail and water rates. was in a nervous, nun-dawn, anaemic condi- tion, to that my houicwoik wai a burden, Viool ms recommended, and U rac well and strong. It U ctrUlnly the test tonic and creator I have ever John Lcwia. Vinol it cod liver and iron con- remedy for weak, nervoui, run-down eonditiocs cl msn, women ind cbildreo. Your money will be re- tunitd If it does not telo vou. H1G1NBOTHAM 4 CO, LTD. Lethbridgc. ALio best druggists In all Alberta townt. APPLY MANAGER'S OFFICE, Hudson's iiay Co., 25S-0 sra APPLY F FOR SALE Choice Improved mi Laiuta The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENCER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: Day-----6ft8 Night- 1269 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Dly Phone. 1650 NlQtit Phone 7S7 Showers', Auto Livery Day and Night Service. I Stand at While Lunch j Phone 1127 j 1050 SUTO LIVERY 1 r City. AND .COUNTRY TRIPS THE ARCADE ELECTRICAL KINDS OF .ELIC. NEAR CLARESHOLM AND AT GLENWOODVILLE. APPLY TO A. G. CAMPBELL' OR E. K. BARKER. CAROSTON; OR j. REYNOLDS, CLARESHOLM. work. He has the forms Carpenter, for the Canadian tbc act. There are J CONTINUED JKOM KHONT ManufaclurcrE asEoclatlon, Winnipeg, Inillcaled lila Intention of oniwsinglho advances at a later aiding of the board. The commissioners will hear evidence In llio same case a( Edmon- ton tomorrow, end wfll give tltelr lflht NLVEN BRQSL 218 Flrot S. DRAYG -Of WesternTransferCo. Limited IIM FURNITURE ''AND. FJANO Pacifjc J. D. ThomM W.L, McKenzIr, Co, PHONI W7 Ird S. ACCOUNTANTi riant 0. 8OT, HENDERSOM, REID AND Charlered Accoantanti SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, and Aceountlnt. Third Av, i. Sloel, Iron, an4 wtlrtod iTRONQEB THAN NEW. Criokihl anj c.rntik Without warning. tear teeth In. Aatn llfhl links- rodiarged and eichinecil.'Wnn michlnery parts and iutbnbbM friaa t 1th 3t. S, Herald of these. .One of Uicsc forms is to "report for military service." The other Is for "claim for eicnipllon." Ere'ry man Jn Class ruust fllgn eltU- er ODC or oilier of tt.ese lorms, If lie not wish to ftpply for exciuptton, being HI Ing to go vilien called, he elgns the "report tor military ser- vice." The form must bo filled out by tLo applicant aqd glgacd by the The poalmaster gives the applicant a receipt showing ibal he has signed. This receipt llio applicant must bo able ro produce at any lime. IB the case of-applying for exemp- tion, similar procedure ta, followed except that the application may tic made, either by the; person concerned or by .2 party Interested, such as his employer. In either case tto pJlca'nt receives D receipt, showing tbat he has made application lor ex cmptloii, and ha must be able to pro (luce, tills receipt at, any time. Uy .nieans two Cornis every "man fn -Clues one should he registered bj; November IDlb. In Ihc ciae of an. applicant for excinp- tfon, the registrar o[ the province, plUwa. Oct. are 'iug franud by A. .Mugralh, cniilroller, for the filing of jirutiiB on the sale of coal by brokers, vholef ul- tra and retailers throughout Cauadj. Ii Is understood that ictaU yrotiu be limited lo to cents tun, ami wholesclc dealers' and brokers will te OH a still lower scale. U Is al EO llbely that provision ivlll be luatU- [o restrict undue accumulation uf coal In the bands of Coii.pK'U' machinery will be provided lor the of any Infractions of ibe regulations, which arc BaU lu LID very drastic In scono. Tbe death look place nt the Van Harlem hoBplf.il, KeiiibrJilgu ibla of Mrs. Elizabeth Waruock, wife of J. il Barons, at the age of 40 years. The funeral will he held Tuesday at from t'elter- ly's, proceeding lo St. Cyprian's church. Intcrincnt In the Anglican cemetery. TJie leaves her hunband and tKc chll'Jrcn. An In- fant child dlert three >veoks ago. Two sisters, .Mrs. Wni. Imcson, o[ Mac- leod, and Mrs. D. Mason of Ont., and five brothers, Jas. Browo, of Joe (frown and .loliri Hrown of Molcaworlli. Out., ami Oco. and Eyerl Hrawn, of Wlieatley, OnL, also Survive. Mrs, came west with her liusband lo Uarons ID 1005, JOFFRE VJSITS U. S. "SOLDIERS IN FRANCE American Training Camp In France, Oct. Jorfrc arrived at the American field headquarters_ this overling! He dlasrt Major UCner- fll Porshihg nml'spciU the night at his quarters'. Marshal Joftre will review ibc tomorrow. will us provided on the ground floor, Mr. Calgary, .will nollty him while the otlenalons will by letter some dttys iirev- AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and' Iinpleinente I On TUESDAY, OCT. 23rd ONE HALF MILE EAST ,OF KIPP STATION, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING: HORSES: 1 black horEe, S yean old, 1200 Ibi.; 1 black hone, 6 years old, 1200 I roan hone, 5 years old, 1100 lot.; 1 roar, hone, 6 years old, 1200 IDS.; 1 blue horse, 7 yeorl old, 1100 Ibt. CATTLE: Choice dilry cowt. 3 milking, 3, 4 and 5 yean old; 1 helfeiyZ yein old; M heifer, 1 year old; 1 heifer calf: 1 bull calf, nbout 100 chicken; 6 lets of double team harnesa; i addle and bridle; 1 Ford auto-, mobile, 1915 model; 1 Miuey- Hnrrli binder, nearly new; 1 Sulky plow, nearly'new, Harrli mike, with 1 fumber wagon and hay rack; 1 Mzsiey-Harrlf mower; 12 tona prairie hay; 6 sheaf bait; forki, ihovela and. other tojok, Everything must' be lofd the proprietor ii giving up fa'rnv Ing- 1 TERMS CASH GEOROE WVEY Owner L. .McOUIRE......- Clerk J. A. SMITH Auc1 What the Press Agents Say loua tn tha'-date bc- fore.whom he will Lave lo appear. The tribunals commence to sit on Novem- ber The men chosen for the tlrsl'-'Aritl will not be called bsCore December IDlh. PoElmwler Ilnmly agba men of Ctaea 1. lo apply ID him as soon as poEilbU.in order that the vork may be complelcil quickly. In.: the case of'men reporting for Ii those In touch' with the proceedings that H would be beller were they to be meil- JcalJr eiamtrefl. Elrat, in order that disability might be'-noteil lion claimed on thai'ground. t-No .Tfrfrd as to'when the medical baard'wlll Bit here baa been received bat -It to' promised under the act that j dates and places "will be gIVen In plentV of lime Ibrouyh Hie dally press so that those who are Intereateil will gel1 the 'Information for Ihl3 district I through The Herald. "It.Is understood thai the C. P. R. LeLbbrldge division' has made appli i cation -for exemption, for all their M rain men' and others who fall In clafes one. .The Alberta- Government Tele- phohei'hare also applied [or cxemp- their Only two men In the Lethbrldge district come In this Cl4ss bno. J. R. Oliver Appointed. J. R.' Oliver on Saturday received notice of appointment as military repreaentntlvc at exemption tri- bunal for I.clhbrldgc. II. T, Hlgln- bothnni will be the'niilKary represent latlve al tho slllingB of the Warner trlbuul. ATTHEORPHEUM The Ha-waflan troupo appears at the Qrpheum (onlght and for three nighli. These ore very classy musical arllsts and will give the public EDIUC ecod' terfaliiirient Mlillc they are here. AT THE EMPRESS Emily Stevens; famous as a stage and screen be seen at tho Empress thealro here tonight and to- morrow In-a'new Metro wondcrplay of buslneaa- life and tbc underworld called 'JTh'e Wager." WriLlon especially [or Miss Stevens, 'The this great, actress unusual opportunities lo show her flnc eraoiionaljioWers. It ileats a bet SUNLIGHT SOAP is nude from the sweetest and choicest of edible oils and fats. It contains no harsh cr strong ingredient. IL is IhcpuresLaiid most efficient of soaps and, if used judiciously, the most cconomicul of ]t; Ly business men and a polite ol- the Majestic theatre on Monday and lltii! ibat one of them, a Jeweler, i-nu TiiOEilay nesl. Oct. 52 and 23, and wilt tu; UannEet-d uf jev.-i'lsi worth i ontlnue to me entire out Joy 10 Jaded "Diamond Daisy" Doyle (MUs Sicv- i fsir the n-iiialnikr oftba CHKJ Is railed hi Iiv die police official, with the iisunl matliu'es. to JirJp hUii win the money. .Visa Xara Clinton assume Ibd Thou follow a surles of dramatic all- uuuc iiart. supponert by Mr Harry nations ilial untque hi motion pic-; Uoylanl as Dill Hawkins, Mr. J. V. Thv self sacrlfichie sulrlt ot lUrrctl-Lciiiiard as the I'Iralc Chief, Daisy Ikiyle, her grriit love for a man Js huunileil Uy (he police; the ef- forts of an energetic (A-lccrlve lo put hi prison her rttonaa-1 lion arc SPUR- of Ihc Absorbing Mr. Victor Dyer as Crusoe. Mr. I Ta milt on Earlc as Davy Jones, antl Mr. Artliur Illgpon, Hie eccentric dan- AT STARLAND fn "Tlie Undying Jlme. Pe- trova'n [Jrsjl Lasky-Parnniounl jtlciurc. wlilch will lie tho allrattloi: nt Star- land tonight ami tomorrow, strangest facts of human experience lout-lied upon ami hi fad forms the basis for Uifi whole M'elvd and myslsr-' lous story which has uccu clsvcrly woven aroimd it. This Is tho very common seusalion of having been In a LL- before or having performed cs- fldly the Fame actions In relation to the same persons, whom perhaps one has never seen before, ia Uioru who has nul expcrlcncci! this bafTIhig sensation? Tho Kgyplians, tliouaands of years rrgo worked out a Theory lo explain all (Ills In their religion of tho uisiuJsradoj) of soula" which ,ls nothing more or less luan'th'o pissing ot the soul or spirit from one form to another during the course of KB pro- gress through the centuries, this feeling would merely say (o ultn- Bdf; "I have Known Oils person, or liave In this pJnco In ono of my (jfcvjous go nbout his buslnc3s. Chaplin la FTRJ Kanio'a "A -Night In a I-ondou Music Hall." The action bag been divided Into two (jans ycjtu, eleven coruiMete scenes was palnled by Mr. KJgar McKic. late master aitlst of the Drury La no AT THE, MAJESTIC fn persuancc of Ms 'policy of pre- Ecutfng sotncUiing bigger, beUer and marc each; season. Mr. P. BluarMVhylc wJJl oJTcr for Hie ap- proval of the Canadian public (his, sea- fion the suDer-cslravngTinzn. and favor- ite English jianlornlnio, "Robinson a musical uiece equally as woil known In EnRland and America. The InJUal prcaentntlon of this long heralded'attraction will bb. given at Y. M. C. A. lecture Closing Lecture on "HOW TO READ CHARACTER BY HAND- SHAKE, WALK, WAY OF WEAR. ING THE HAT, EYES, NOSE, MOUTH AND CHIN." 25c j at Room 4, Alexandra Hotel. Until Friday Evening. I "PAPE'S FIJtES SOUS ORPHEUM MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY O'CTOBEK 15 -K5-17 BIO NATIVE HAWAIIAN CO. One of Hie Highest Novelties oflhe .Season. BOOKED DIRECT 'FROM ORPHEUM CIRCUIT. SPECIAL DAILY MATINEES Our Prlcel 'are In Rerch of You All. Matinee 10c'- 35c Nloht 25c 50c (All A Show That Is New. Also a Guaranteed Attraction. Magazine Subscriptions If That you Just ate Is souring on your stomach or lies like a limp ol lead, refusing lo digest, or you belch gas niid DrucUtc sour, undigested foqd, or leellng ot dizziness, hcatl- nausea, Tjad laete in tnovilh and Stomach hcedachc, you can lurely iset relief In five minutes. 'AsViTOOT pharmacist to show you I L formula' pialnlr printed on these 'cises or Pape's tilapepeln, Ihen wliy dya- peptic 'troiibicspt all Xlnd9-imisl go, irid why'll relieves sour, In five jnln- .-ntcs; "Pane's DljipcnsJ.n" Is hflruiless: I taates'1 llkoicandy, though each dwe '.Athens', Orscce, Oct. 15.-A pslnlul 1 wm'.'dlges'l -lai prepiro for nsslrolla- j Impression lias ueen crcnlcd here by "on1 'nlo (tie blood all tlic fooil jou thn; lorpedolng of llic Kalian steamer cat; besides, U makes you BO lo the) IlEri, on which a number ol lible; -with a healthy appetite; but j Oreek offlcUls irom Turkey ivhosci itlll .ito.se you moat, Is that you naracj to not appear on llio llsl ol aur- will [eel your stomach and fates- who were landed al Corfu. One lines arc fresh, and yon will hundred .nil twenty ore said lo linve rewrt lo laxallres or liver been landed on Iho Oalllpoll peninsula Pills .for blllouBnesJ or cmistlpallon, (Turkish There h.ve been city .will liavn many "Pnpes no pre'fious advlces'of (he sinking of Waptpeln'1 cranks, as some people will call but you will be cnllnislasllj alxiul' Ililfl splendlil aloraach prepnra' ever lake It for Indl- 'heartburn, eourness, or any Bloroach misery. Got corne this minute, and rid yourself 'of nlomach misery and Indl the Bftrf. The. only, sletmer of name listed a valla bio records JE a one of 324 tons gross xvlilch waa formerly known 3h Ihb huliursc anil was built fll Fium'c In 1S73. Send us your renewals arid new tor newspapers and mtgaziiies as can save STREET Store PHONE Nights, Starting; Monday, OctjZ? FORTY PEOPLE ,'il'j THIRTY 3ONO HITS DEAUTIfUL COBTUMES, WONDERFUL SCENERY .Prices rWc, Jjil.QO mul On Sale >t Theatrt Friday., in Me. Advert. A Emily Stevens in "THE MER" A Marvelous Metro MaMcr Play of Builrcas Ufe and the Underworld In Flvif s fltupendoui Acd. Comedy and Current Evtrtti, TONIQHT-TOMoaaOW JE3SE L. LASKV PRESENTS OLGA PETKOVA' "Tllli IN HER U N-I) Y (i FLAME"