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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta tft-nmnmcR DAILY IIERALO PACK SKVBN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910 will be Bright If You will Try, a Tr-i-colator each Demonstrator at The Good Co.'s Store Tomorrow Ill view of various claims of world's record wliu'nt crops for areas, Ihu Crowfoot Fur- mills Comiiany of Crowfoot. Alberta, submit a sworn state- ment of tliolr results for the vear lllir.. which probably sur- pass all properly authenticated claims from other sources, l-'rom null acres Ihe Cro'.vioot Company received an average yield of Si bushels. pounds per aero of num- ber OIK; spring wheat, by ac-. fual selling weight: 100 acres wheat averaged bushels per acre. These records wore established in tlie Caimd an I'acilic Hallway Irrigation block in Southern Alberta. "Ricbath" Clothes "ONE CAN ALWAYS DISTINGUISH CUSTOM MADE GAR. MENTC BY SPLENDID FIT, TO SAY NOTHING OF THE CORRECT DESIGN, AND THE ELEGANT QUALITY. Of THE MATERIAL EVERY GARMENT MADE IN OUR ESTABLISH- MENT IS CORRECT AS TO STYLE AND BEAUTIFUL FORM. Ridpath _: TH, HOU.C of Fit and S.rvic. PHONE 730 Wearying of ordinary cow meat anil IIr. (leoree ROHB le Chicago. Mrs. Kemlal. IJIh rfl. S.. has returned from a rortnklifs visit wllh friends in Calgary. Pnrin, Oct. act of Vicc- Admiral Fournet, cor.imunder. 'of lie allied licet In Creel! water, rcspei't- UK control of the Creek admlllistra- lion, has heen by direction of the al- lied governments. It is explained here, with the sole object of safeguarding Ihe communications of the entente ar- mies on the Macedonian front. Ac- (ording to tlie view expressed here u. safety of tho entente armies now lulls occupied in the campaign against tit Bulgarians, has been imperiled b> what are regarded as pro-German lean ings of the king, cabinet and coin ideri of the army and navy, burn offer'! as'King Coustantliw recently made to join the allies were'not trust. ed It was felt thai to accept them might have been to arm and liiianco a potential enemy for the lung's oilers "S" were condi.ioned upon- belli, the Daughters and amplv supplied with money and light-] Of ICngland who have beMiih equipment. About one-quarter bazaar are uskwl to lie Greek army fighting material re-jlhc homc Of .Mrs. llolberton. ,tl was surrendered lo the stri.ct A., south, tomorrow afteiuooi true Indian' stalk on U regarded by thoj-lMOH as .......n a herd of rather tame antelope in that section of the country the other -mv. Hilled of the little animals, had a h larious feed. Detective Lobb (the K.V "-M.P. was patrolling the The result was that Weasel Fat ami Basle Speaker found themselves ill the toils of the white man's law, and before Inspector Demonstrations of lacsc well K rivains. skiii.J'o.ods, lii'iir Ionics, dry loilci lotions, etc.. vvill lakt :il the "I'ii.v" stu.re'. linili Thomas 'H per eliai'tre of tliis demonstration am pleased to adviec am care of your complexion. al our- store and see Clean-D dciuons- in sl I i lans and it is regare y n that mnvisc to provide more emiipmcnt and r day. .lily f0r troops. and bank re to the tnno ami costs Eagle Speaker dug down for S20. For the past year there hasneon a belligerent nations there wns no famine time, the stock ot dealers all over the relicf supplies to be sent to province was not sufficient to with- land the cold weather demands. .Miss Cameron, of Xe' York "'daughter of the late Sir Roder- ick Cameron, who has many business i interests in southern Alberta, arrives tonight to spend a few days with Dr. and" Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare at "H" jerview" She will be accompanied by Hon. Peter Olney, also ot New York. lo leu ilia row night at tile great patriotic rail in Wesley church. No one should _ miss hearing Major Robins and Major Kerbs- for fear of being trapped into The regular monthly meeting of the Alexander Gait Chapter. will be held tomorrow afternoon in, interest! the Y M The executive will meet I il 245 and the general mooting is at: :i....j. This meeting should have been i held in llie evening according lo Ihe arrangements made, but is lo be held in the afternoon so as not lo conflict with the patriotic meeting. The inset- Ing nest month will be held in the evening. recruiting meeting. There will be a recru.uug mcci-nb-------- nothing embarassing to any one, but ns .up to ,Jate pe the stormy weather there was a splendid attendance at the card party given by the members of Maple Leaf Chapter, O.B.S., in die Masonic rooms last night. The ball was d-' nTo meetine will give us .up to dale rooms last niglil. me nun was, nformaUon8 and afford an opporlmi-1 for the occasion with flags ami "formation to cx.; -rllnti Tllerc were twenty tables Drtss their enUms asm in support, of Of whist and after several games it Sec and liberty The building will was fouad that the prizes were won doubUess be Tilled. The boy scouts; by .Mrs. B. B. Martin und Mr. D. A. fn uniform Trill act as ushers. The; Simpson. A splendid program, wa, collec on to be received during the i contributed by Mr. and Mrs I-elger. be devoted to Ihe Re-1 lira. R. Long. Mrs. Cull, Mr. 1. S. Fund through the I Fettorly and Mr. Rannard. Refresh- jlSVcalt Chapter of the 1. 0. aflcr which .here "WeVe won first place For Good Meats DELANYS LIMITED 8 O'CLOCK, IN WESLEY CHURCH virile and magnetic personality. HB is "Bruce a frontier trapper, big minded, kind, fearless, strong and yet I senile as a lamb. penile as nuiMi. Mrs. J. M. Mains, of Toronto, assist-p ,.Tlje BaiL- iti Of ihe most fa. SPEAKERS: Major Robins, of Ottawa, und Major Rev. Dr. Kerby of Calgary Chairman Hardie rtlrS. J. -U. .UIIJIIQ, "i anl Grand Vice-president of the Grand International Auxiliary (C. I. A.I to the B of L. F... who is on a tour of inspection of the western divisions, was in tho city on Monday. The at- ternoon was spent in inspecting and Instructing l.clhbridge Division Before closing she gave a most illter- Une of resistance in the! 500 between Cosmagon and Roite, tho Canadian Divisions are doing savs the official Italian statement is- groal work, through the Red Cross. S today and stormed the Austrian the' different patriotic societies, jSrr. north of the summit of Pasubic.] tor the soldiers at ihe front lmes "_________'.------------ The evening was pleasantly spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .fas. Reid, at a "card party." Dainty refresh- ments were served at 11.SO. Mrs. Mains left on the early morning tram for Cranbrook, B. C. j lie UUIL. I.T cinatlng western tales yel told in pic- tures and William Clifford deserves emu' credit for his excellent interpre- ation as does Betty Hart- who ap- lears with Mr. Clifford.____ At the Majestic OF BARBARA WORTH" TONIGHT Fverybody who" has .ever read Har- old" Bell Wright's fascinaling story, Winning of Barbara will want to see Ihe play. A successful dramatization of this book has heen made by Mark Swan. In doing this he made it a point-to stick strictly to the Instructions on Registration for National Service Will Be Made Known Petrograd, Oct.. engage- mente on the Gahcian Mttle front, according to today's war omc'e report which announces stubborn fighting still m progress mi fhe 'f nulse of Teutonic counter-attacks not; in the vicinity Korytnitza anu Bolssovtze. PROMINENT QUEBEC MAN DEAD 'Quebec, Oct." Matte, of the firm of Vambray and -Matte, plumbing contractors, one of the best known business men of the city, -is dead in his 65th year. He had been in business here for 50 years. Dyspepsia Spoils Beauty Makes the Dark Rings Around Eye, Caves in the Cheeks and Rums the Complexion. How to Get Rid of Dyspepsia. Try Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Free Ui-'estive troubles ruin Uic complex- Ion The sour, fermented, gassy con- tents poison the blood draw the cor- ners of the mouth lob jou of sleep original work. As a result lie has HELP THE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS The Alexander Gait Chapter of the I. 0. D. E.Will hold a TAG ON SATURDAY; OCTOBER 21st TRAFAIiCJAB -cent Proceeds for Sailors' Relief Fund. Tobacco Fund and Souliers' Comforts. What the Press Agents Say Your Back Hurts or Bladder Doth- trs, Drink Lots.of Water. When vonr kidneys hurt and your back feel's sore, don't get scared and proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that, excite the Mdnejs and irritate the entire urinary tract Keep vour kidneys clean like you keep vour bowels clean, by flushing them with a mild, harmless salts "S, removes the body's urinous waste and-stimulates them to ther normal activity. The function of the kldnevs is to filter the blood. In 24 hours ttoy strain from il 500 grains ot acid and waste, so we can read.l> understand the vital importance of keeping the kidneys active. Drink lots of can't firing too much; also get from pharma- cist about four ounces of Jad Salts, take a tablespoonful in a gloss of watei hetore breakfast each morning for a few days and your kidneys. will ac, ftae This famous salts is made from he acid of grapes and lemon imce, combined with lithia, and has bee used for generations to clean a.id stimulate clogged .kidneys; also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer- is a source of irritation, thus ending Madder weakness. Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot in makes a delightful offervescen Itthla-water drink which everyone should' tnbe now and then to keep kidneys clean and Try X5.al.o-.kiW W .Uw> water drinking and no doubt you will wonder what be- I came ot your kidney trouble ami back D. HlginDotham Co., LtiL LethbriBge, At The .Grpheum THE 31Q SCENE OF HEART OF A CHILD" young nobleman interests himself i girl of the slums, to the extent of i-i-i gr o e making her a musical comedy -Star He also furnishes, a little flat for her. to which, without. her knowledge, ho has a duplicate key, Aftei- her debut, in which she makes a hit. he accom- in wnicii biie iiiun-.- nnnies her home... He -bids Jier. gopd- niEhl, and later returns, letting him- self in by means of the other key. Her pure child heart, incapable of thinking vil of 'any one, prevails over his pas ion and he leaves her to return .the cxt day, when he begs ber lo become lis wife. the "big scene" ot the. won Icrful screen adaptation of the famous lovel' by Frank Dauby, called "Tin Heart of a will be show! it the'Orpheum.theatre tonight. "The' Fireman" is the second Chorli Chapliit-Mutual release, and report from the studio declare this is th funniesi: comedy the famous comcdia ins oven appeared In. Chaplin him self declares that he never has Jad a much fun working In a picture as n had in-Uiis latest feature and promise many slartling for n friends. Remember, the picture wi bo original wui iv. written n play that fairly breathes ihe spirit of the glorious west. of the fascinating characters that made the reclaiming of Palma de la Mano del Hollow of: God's desert a possibility. Under the direc- tion of L C. Yeomans.the play has been given an elaborate scenic pro- duction and a clever cast of artists, headed by Virginia Hardy, ill the role "arbara Worth.- It-will be seen at the Majestic tonight only. There is a guarantee with this company. It is the onlv organization in either the United States or Canada playing The :Winning of- Barbara This cans the original production. BOSTONIANS COMING Australia has contributed three lembers of this year's famous Bos-, onions' company which .is: featuring Jie brand new light opera, "The Rose f Honolulu" which-will -be presented t the Majestic on Saturday next, mat- nee and night. Mr. first, young, nan to ever have an active part in the! ostonians1 'productions, is a native of, Australia where he has been accorded i ecognition from the musical critics as i ne of the foremost tenors and an. ctor of considerable ability..: j At the Empress "A ROYAL "A Royal and in the event here may be some who, from its title, got 'he idea'that this is a costume nay, it is well to let them know that t is not. Thi? feature will be the me- dium for the introduction upon the screen of Ann Murdock ns a Metro star The play is a modern drama, in which the leading players are of royal blood of the present time. Miss Mil (lock will'appear us a princess will! all the proclivities of a boy, but realizes that boyish pranks are not becoming a princess as soon as she feels she is mterested in a young prince of a near- popnla .Mjmou glad AtStsrlantl William J. Clifford, the yolngluvenlta star, has screen- following who will b Icarff of. his appearance in 11 e Bait n Mutual Masterpiece, Do Luxe ed Son Produced by the Horslcy com now showing at the Starlan Mr.. Cliitprd is'ca's tor role oMelle'ully adapted' to his give the face that hungn haggard mournful 'n the morning and Ton are tiled all daT H is not what tat but the fault ot digestion that huits I-at thing 4 intlmatels. ;