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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta U'UKSOAY, 17, l'JIC_ THIS LKTHUHIIJar'J DAILY H1CHALU GILLETrS LYE HAS NO EQUAC It not only softens the water but doubles the clean Ing power ol soap, and maki everything sanitary and wholesome. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. PAGE FIVK ViFROM FACTORY TO HOME" 'TWENTY BRANCH STORES HEAD'OFFICE OLFACTORIES, TORONIO The Henry Herbert PLAYER-PIANO BUILT BY MASON RISCH, LIMITED, TOWERS IN QUALITY ABOVE ALL OTHER PLAYER. PIANOS IN ITS PRICE CLASS, OUTSHINES THEM IN TONAL QUALITIES, OUTSTRIPS THEM IN DURABILITY, OUTDOES THEM. IN PRICE. IT IS A PLAYER-PIANO WHICH RETAINS FOR A LIFETIME THE QUALITIES WHICH CHARACTER- IZED IT WHEN IT WAS NEW. WE WILL SELL YOU A HENRY HERBERT PLAY- ER-PIANO DIRECT FROM I FACTORY TO HOME ON CONDITIONS OF PAYMENT WHICH MAKE BUYING CONV.ENIENT. M ASO R1S C HT LIMITED STH ST. SOUTH, BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE INSTRUCTIONS FOR I. 0. D. E. TAG DAY. SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 BOXES AND TAGS will be giv- en oct at 123 8th Street South be- tween 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Friday, October 20th, or Saturday morning before 9 a.m. THOSE IN CHARGE OF COR- NERS, hours from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. HOUSE TO HOUSE COLLEC- TIONS to be made before 12 noon If possible. Each tagger kindly provide her- self with a fancy basket or box for the tnns. No change will he given. Will those having charge of corners or streets make a special effort to attend the regular meet- ing of the chapter on Thursday, October I9tb. Mr. Vernon Dawson of Pctorboro. Out., spent the week-end with his sister. Miss Ethel Dawson. Mr. It. K. Wilson, of Winnipeg, left today alter spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. John Home. The members of tile Uastcrn Star are holding a card party tonislit in the Masonic rooms in the Dominion block. Mrs. Johnson's section of Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Cobblcdick. at 3 'clock. of COlllfllS. colds nud bronchitis, as cerlAi lu its action on all chest troubles us anti- toxin is on vaccination on small-iai. wouldn't you feel liketivjni; it iTlrial Peps is the discovery I 1'uU-are little tablets, contaimiil! certain medicinal inurements, winch, when placed upon the lonijiie, immedi- ately turn into vapour, and are at once breathed down Hie passages to the limns. On th6ir wunicy, they sootlio tbe interned aud irritated membranes of the bronchial tubes, thedelicak walls of the air passaiws. ami tally enter aud carry relief aud to the limits. In a word, while no liiiind or solid c-iii uct to tile llwes and passages, these 1'eps Kfi llim at once commence their work of haling. rgae TRJAU across it the name and dale uflliisiwr. and mall it (with "laniP to lay return postaee) to POPS O... Joronlo. A free trial packet will be sail you. All drugeists and stores sell Peps, ode. box. At the Majestic "ALADDIN" MAKES A GREAT HIT HERE Lethbridge theatre-goers were given a taste of real English pantomime pro- duced by a last night, when the favorite Stuart-Whyte's com- pany of artists presented "Aladdin and his Wonderful at the Majestic. Needless to say standing room was at a "It is only necessary to mention the name of this popular com- pany to crowd the theatre in Leth- bridge. Zara Clinton is the chief mag- net, provided she always sings "Some- where in Prance." Stuart-Whyte has done himself proud in Aladdin. The aggregation of sing- ers and humorists, not to.speak of the brilliant costumes and effective scen- ery hfchas combined in the production, make it without question an unquali- fied success. Billy Oswald with his dry Scotch hnmor never fails to pro- which is a most striking conclusion to a splendid presentation. It will be re- produced tonight. At The Orpheiim The feature, for tonight at the Or pheun: is "The Heart a Child." The story is of a girl of the slums whose mother is killed by a drunken hus band. Some'years later, fostered b; a wealthy family, the girl makes a hit on the stage; and then her troubles commence. Her innocence protects her through many a dangerous situa tioru and ,slie captivates -ft young aristocrat who succeeds after many trials, in securing his parents conse'nt to. their marriage. At the Empress The High Road, the strong- dry scotcn numur i-- est and most thrilling''productions duco a laugh and the laughs came in ,ever witnessed in Lethbridge, is be- double-quick time last night in his role ing shown at the Empress theatre for of General Sir Sam Fuse. Zara CJin- ton of course makes a most delightful Aladdin. Beatrice Carmen appears in the role of the Princess and is equally charming Harry Hoyland furnishes as much of tbe fun as does Billy Os- wald, and It-Is real fun. The music is and .the. ballet excellent The climax the production is the review of the allies, a masterpiece ing sown a e mr _ the last time tonight, featuring Valli Valli and a strong casl. The story is of a girl who goes wrong, but final- ly is able to win her way; back to re- spectability. The of her strug- gles, the world's old stoiy of a girl who has to fight her own battles n a cold world, furnishes the .material for a thrilling picture, one which should not be missed. he front, you want It to ontaln .u it what roar, friend OMIt Read this letter take the hintl Nothing ends like Zam- Buk, and pre- Venn fester ing. Remembert toe4 it Jnst M falloyonrhome. Mothers shoo Id keep it handy for It If core for genet 0vu this f Dmme, xddrou, aod 1C. Blimp (return p Dr. and Mrs. Armstrong and two aughters, and Miss Price, of Calgary, pent the week-end with friends in tho ity. Mrs. C. T. A. Mitchell and children, if Calgary, have arrived in the city Lo join Mr. Mitchell, und are living at 425 Street South. Tlie G. I. A. will meet at the home Mrs. Smith, 518 Stll Street South, to- morrow afternoon at 2.30 for Rr )ross sewing. The Daughters of the Empiru will be in charge of the tea room at the Hudson's Bay tomorrow, and on every Wednesday instead of on Friday.- before. All members of the Dig Sisters' class of Knox church are urgently requested to be present at the Red Cross rooms tonight at 7 o'clock as' important busl-, ness will be discussed. The Big Brothers' class of- Knpx church held the first of n series, ot socials last Friday evening at the home of Corporal Millord Robisori. About fifty were present, as each mem- ber had the privilege of inviting a friend. Several games of cards were played until midnight, when supper was served, after which dancing was. enjoyed for an hour. At the annual meeting of theiiunior branch of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Augustin's church held last iveelt the following officers were elected: Superintendent, Mrs. C. E. Cafberry; secretary. Violet Gant; Dorcas secre-. ary, Marjorie Sherlock; treasurer, Nora Macleod; organist, Maisie Bow- man. Meetings will be held every Fri- day afternoon at 4.IS and Red Cross vork will be done until Christmas., A business meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Augustin's church was yesterday afternoon in all-hall; '-Miss Dixon was elected sec- retary succeeding Mrs. N. W.; Allin, vho is leaving the city. Yesterday ended the first year of systematic -giv- ug with satisfactory results.-: A re- vision of the list was made yesterday by the collectors. The Vt. A.-, meets every Monday afternoon for sewing; until" Christmas Red Cross work will be done and after that Dorcas work, Chapter, I. O. D E acknowledge with thanks the, following knitting for August and September, 1016: Pairs of Mrs Campbell; 1. Mrs. J. D.; Higin- botham. I3f -Mra-.-H-.T Twlor-r- '6; -Mrs. Bryan- 1, Miss May; 1, Mrs. Redmond; 15 Westminster Ladies' Aid 1, Miss McKelvie; Barnsley; 2, Miss Kimmons; McNabb; 3, Mrs. Lowe; 7, Mrs. Jones; 1] Mrs and Misses Cameron; 1, Mai- sie Bowman and Helen Bawden; 1, Mrs Brooke. 1. Miss Glayser; 3, .-Mrs. Maynard; -Lilley; Bee Club (per Mrs. a, Miss Campbell; 3, Mrs. Washhrook; 6, Mrs. Hamsay 2, Mrs. Horn; 1. -Mrs. Lilley 3, Miss Thompson; Conybeare. At Starland "The Inner a powerful drama which was shown at Starland last night, will be seen for the last times tonight. It is not saying.too much to say that this is one or me best pictures shown in the cityi for some time. The story is one ofrgrip- ping interest from start to acting and staging are superb. Wlnni- fred Greenwood and'.Ffanklyii Ritchie in the leading roles add fresh laurels to their popularity as foremost screen stars Their splendid acting through- out the whole play holds the spectator in wrapt attention right up to max of tho last reel. The ending of the picture leaves an impression-that will be remembered Jong after ptjler pictures are forgotten. A splendid Dim "The Movements of the Human will also be shown. This'is a most Interesting picture. BREAD CHEAPEST j FOOD KNOWNi i i Costs Less Than Nourish- ing There is more focd value per pound in tood bread than III meat. Bread is a greater energizer, has less waste, is a better food for hard workers and costs from one-fifth to one-tenth less. This is, of course, providing the bread is made from Hour which is clean and pure beyond the shadow ot a doubt. For no bread can be better than the Hour it is made from. Infer- ior flour, no matter how cheap, is ruin- ous economy. Grocers like to sell Ogilvle s Royal Household Flour for the reason that it is so clean and pure and bakes big, delicious loaves of full food value. It is a flour that makes the experienced housewife a satisfied vertisement. "WINNING OF BARBARA WORTH" In the "Winning of Barbara i the bis scenic production which comes! to the Majestic for Wednesday night only, there is a most realistic picture of the great American desert. It is a scenic achievement which has rarely been surpassed in this advanced day of wonderful accomplishments of stage mechanics. Those who have read the j book will remember Moony and Texas Joe stranded in 'tcis great waste of sand, baked by centuries, of tropical heat There is but a dipperful of water left between them; their discovery of Barbara's mother-burled beneath an avalanche of drifting in her deatli arip her babe. They feed the feeble spark of its life with the last remaining water. They begin to bury i the dead mother, and as Jefferson j Worth says a prayer for the soul of j her who 'prized her little one more than her own life, the wind rises tor the second time, and the sand drift- ing in Winding clouds and relentless j fury makes the shroud that covers the body and builds a natural mound j above the spot. From the very open-1 ing of the scene, from the first cry of the babe tor water until the sand- storm wipes out every vestage of the great tragedy which left Barbara an orphan in "The Hollow of God's Hand the scene IB one which will be i remembered by those who see it for a long time. LacnU Mills, T.Q. "I WM troubled for many years irtth Kldnty Disease and a_lriend told to take GIN PILLS. After taking a boxes I waa tteatly relieved, 'and after finishing the twelfth box tbe pain left me. My wife la now usiaf Gin Fills and findi that ahe been greatly relieved of the pain over her kidneys. I can safely recommend any one snffarlng from Eldrey trouble to give a fair trial tft GIN PILLS. Thomai Stephenson." All drnegiats- Gin Pills at BOc a box, or 6'boiss'lor J2.50. Sample free If'you write to SAIIOKAL nnfia. CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED Toronto, Ont., EP lie ACT! CLEAN Best When Bilious, Sick, Headachy, Constipated, or For Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. Be cheerful! Clean up inside to- night and feel fine. Take Cascarets to liven your liver and clean the bowels and stop headaches, a bad cold, bil- iousness, offensive breath, coated ton- gue, sallowness, sour stomach and gases. Tonight take Cascarets and en- joy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleanser you ever experienced. Wake up feeling doing it. Cascarels best laxative, for children also.--Advertisement. BED R o SE TEA Merchandise Values That Make Specially Attractive Ladies' Handsome New Fall Suits 12 iinlv Indies' m-w I'MII snils in ux-s and cheviots in colors ol vv. ii'ri'cn. lirown and black. l lo choose I'roin. These :i re relfiilMl1 slock lint jliM a littl iii iirriving. Hegular Priced Very Special XJESS only, Beautiful Ladies' I _ j-O 14 Suits cru'es. u'abcrdiiics. hroadclolhs checlu'il velours iriuinicil i fur and velvet mumi'mii's. latest styles in coloi's ol imvy. MI. bliiclraiid ni.u'Si'pr brown. Regular to All One Price Ribbons, Ribbons (5-inch All Silk Kibhon Heavy taffeta quality in sky pink, sage green, lavend-r. navv. cardinal and purple. On Sale Wednesday Yard "Semiramis" French lingerie ribbon in white sky. pink, Hollo maize and red. Half inch width in CA- 12 yard lengths. Special............ One inch width in 12 yard pieces. JSc Special A Clearing' in Ribbons in Silks and Satins CMiarter inch to four inches wide in bundles ot one' and a half to 10 yards. All clearing at 1 C one price. Per bundle Kcjane Toilet Preparations Tooth'cream. Face cream and toilet waters. Prices 50c aud _______------------------------------------------- Housefurnishings Floor Coverings Oilcloths, Printed Linoleums, Inlaid Linoleums. Carpets and lings are Reduced tor Wednesday. Floor Cloth ITeavv uualitv in'a splendid range of floral, and matting designs. Well seasoned quality. 2 yards wide. 48C Special, srjuare yard Special, Lineal yard Printed Linoleums Heavy quality in a big range of designed colorings to select from. 2 yards wide. Special, Square yard.................. Special, Lineal yard Reversible Stair Carpet In red and tan colors. 32% Inches wide, oft Special, yard 27 inches wide. 45) C Special, yard Tapestry Rugs Jn floral and Oriental colors. Very good quality. Suitable for bedrooms, etc. Size ;te3 jjjlft QS yards. Special 7 Japanese Stencilled Rugs In Oriental colors. Allover andMadalion designs. Size 9 by-12 feet Special r Cocoa Door Mats In-useful sizes. Heavy grade. Special dj-l OQ Each, 1 .J3 Men's Boys' Wearables Men's Sweater Coats In great variety colors, qualities and prices, which range from 82.00 to chool T If