Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1910 TOE OAILY PAGE FIVE VICTROLA The Music of the Victrola Is the music of the home. Music for every occa.lon, music in all Us beauty. It brings to your fireside all the songs and superb of the world's greatest singers and instrument- allits. Keep the family spirit alive with happy, wholesome hours-have r, Victrola In your house. We carry Victrolac in all styles and prices. small cash payment takes a Victrola to your home today, and you may. the balance as Its joys go on. BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBKIIK tho price of a fu Huk better than you can utfort! to jiay fi doctor'B bill. The Kov. A. D. McLeotl, of Ilarrmirr, X.B., aaya: I am confident, if Unm-Muk were kept In every lionm, It would many a doctor's bill." Ho con- I Know o[ itothtns that can compare with Having charge of an exltMidvo mission, I meet with many sIHc find iiniirtcd pooplc, and I have brfii amazed at the good Sinm-ilnk doins dally- For bad ul-'-ers, oM eczema and skin diseases of all kinds, the JicuUng powers "C Xrini-lJiik aro simply marvellous! It Js also ex- celJent for piles." If you arc suffering from any of the above ailments, not Ret Zam-Duk now and ssve yourself unnecessary All drussistg or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, 50c. box. Z for LIBERAL CANDIDATE NAMED Welland, Ont., Oct. a con vontloii of the Liberals of the provin- cial riding of. Welland yesterday, Hob- fert Cooper; manager oE the Maple Leaf BIIHing company, here, was nominated candidate (or the next provincial elec- tion. Motion piotura'B are employed by writing with a view to learning how poor writers can' be taught to im- prove. CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells -How To Get Quick Relief from Head-Colds. It's Splendid 1 P (Unequalled ANTAGEj Vaudeville 0' MONDAY RPHEU NEXT J 25 People 25 Mostly Girls Mr. Inquisitive A Movie Musical Comedy, With Earl Cavanaugh, Ruth Tompklnc and Girls_________ BURKE BRODERICK _. 3 Keatons "Fun's Funniest Family' RUCKER WINNIFRED Ebony Hued Entertainers ORCHESTRA AND PICTURES In one minute your clogged nostrils will open, tlie air 'passages of your Wowing headache, dryness. No strug- gling tor breath at night; your cold or catarrh will be gone. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a. little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It pen- etrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the inflameu or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. It's lust fine. Don't stay stuffed-ui with a cold or nasty conies so D. Hlginbotham oi 'Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbridge SHOT SALESMAN TO ROB HIM OF MONEY Winnipeg, Oct. shots from a shotgun, either fatal, fired behind him as he ran, killed Henry Roch, the young Swiss travelling salesman, I whose body was found in the bushes four mjles from St. Cloud, Man., ..yes- 'terday. Two hundred dollars he was I carrying is missing and supposedly furnishes the motive of the unidenti- fied murderer. A posse is out, but six inches of snow have covered up the tracks. (From Our Own Correspondent) Travers. Oct. boy in Letbbridge is Improving from the ac- cident, but the doctors think a slight operation will bo necessary before hi- can leave the hospital. to lay plans for r. I'hu HH'IIJ lull is h put under his the work. O.' H. Bauslinian lias purchased a Ford llr. Hosier pui-cOiaiiud a team from Jerry Rickott last week. nick sanies, who br-en here vis- iting for a month, returaui! today to Montana. We understand Jerry lllck- ett bought his homestead before he loft. Alfred Lewis has bought a Ford. Mr. Hart and '-Mr. lire-die have each I been fortunate onoiisli in securiM een plenty of water in their new Mr. Scott doing the drlllins. Mrs Beck, daughter of Mr. Mrs A Jones, returned to her home tan leuvu uu; Mrs A lones, iu ULI Mrs. Harry Rlckett and daughter jn York City artcl. ail uu sum- have returned from the states and arc i visit parents and bro- ,___ ...jti, TIV nicU- uiti and ItaVC lOLUIllUU uum me making their hoinc with llr. Jay IlicU- ett as her husband has enlisted. Alfred Lewis is laying the founda- tion for a commodious barn. Carpen- ter work will commence on it next week. Several children and grown ups Have a touch of the grippe. -.Mr Collins is drilling a well for Alosler llr. Mos'.er had a nico ther. .Mrs. Foster and daughter wore-call- ers at Mrs. Henry Hound's on Tuesday afternoon. Jack Standard has a nev barn con, 8 Ina Mitchell and Charles Bennett Majestic on Saturday. with the Famous Bostonians at the of Mr David Souter, a highly esteemed The I cthbridge Herald has perform- splendid work of late in conducting a strenuous campaign against the Cal- An opening dance of Uie season was j given in the hall Monday evening. I'ani .m. crowd was present till tlie small] new barn completed before threshing j jlours Supper was served at both tiling in Southern Alberta from a Cal- Karv point of view. We observe a de- cided improvement in Hie northern papers of lute. Mr C. C. Anderson, manager of the local branch of the Dominion Bank for some time at this point, will leave for Edmonton this evening where he lias been transferred. Rev ami Mrs. Desson and their daughter have laken nn their resi- dence in High Kivcr an'] occupy the house recently vacated by Mrs. Lines. Rev Mr. Desson is the pastor ot the High River UaptiBt Church and has two sons with tho Canadian forces. Many Wends in the High River Pekisko anil Millarville districts, will deeply regret to learn that the C W. Peck, church of England rector at Millarville some time ago, died at. 1MB home In England. He was well 1 known and highly respected in Alberta. Lieut Stanley Robertson's name ap- peared In the casualty list on Friday morning, wounded, fighting on the Somme front. He enlisted at Moose .law and was transferred to a Calgary battalion. He was in the scrvice.of tlie Alberta Pacific Orain Co. at Park- land, and played with the High River and now has a large i Hours, oupijui _.._ --I." Iliachme i restaurants. A serial picture was run nearly finished. Mr. Tangerwlg is do-i beforo whirh will be contm- Ing the carpenter work. ued eacll ..Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Baughman and Mrs_ M Fogavty were Car- daughter, also Mr. Lynk and children visitors on Saturday, driving were business visitors in Lomond on over-in jiaxwell. Thursday afternoon. Paulson was taken seriously ill Mrs H. Dufty and children i Dr Woodcock was called with Mrs. Jerry Hickett the fore Part' land he is improving at this writing. .Mr. Dufty sailed and namshaw are dispos- ing of their stock of groceries and dry of the week. the Kilties. The Ladies' Aid held an all day ses- ..-.u i poods alfio fixtures in the store. jion last Wednesday, meeting with McPheraolli Herman Holden, MJis. Rounds. Very few members sheppard and "Casey" were were o.ut as most of them had thrqsll- ers e o.u as ers on tho place. Hev. Mr. and .Mrs. Armstrong were present. Much credit is due lir. Armstrong for using his car and bringing some ot the members who had no way to come. Plans were talked of for holding a bazaar and supper on Nov. 15. Church services are held at Travers at 3 o'clock every Sunday. A special was held on Sunday eo. Lethbridge callers, pver Sunday. RED FEATHER PRESENTS "THE HEART' OF A CHILD' A Wonderful Human Interest Drama CHARLIE HAPLIN A real teraam.: This one Is a sec- ond run but a good one. See it it The Orpheum. William Clifford and Becky Hart in i The Bait' MUTUAL MASTERPIECE DE LUXE EDITION. "LUKE'S SOCIETY MIX-UP" Comedy DON'T FOP.6ET Arthur Maude and Constance Crawley in "lord Loveland Discovers America" Next Monday and Tuesday. M.'.ORATH (From the Raymond Thomas Stubbs, who has the con- tract for the new ,Magrath Trading company building, has the work well in hand already, and the new store will be really for occupation In about eight weeks it is confidently A bunch of purebred Cotswolds six ewes anil eighteen rams, were reced- ed this week by J. Alfred Rule and R. W Bradshaw from the well-known Miller flocks of Ontario. They a Several'of tile males are prize win- ders The importation of pure-bred stock is highly commendable and in a few years South Alberta herds will biliousness, Show the effect of their stomach and bad colds-turn them ou. i had delivered two tonight and keep them out with Cas-1 ghrooahlre rams this week, carets. IF IB OR 6ILK Tonight! Clean Your Bowels and Stop Headache, Colds, Sour Stomach. Get a 10-cent box now. Turn the rascals headache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour :arets. t Millions of men and women take Cascaret now and then and never know the misery canseu by a lazy liver, rstnvnar-.li. SmoiJHiuit; The Red Cross Socie: y sen in IteU for this week for the pur- tlie Illlam J wj clogged bowels, or an upset stotnac Don't put in another day of distress Let Cascarets cleanse your stomncn, d tment luuuo remove the sour, fermenting food; this Week by auto. At both take the excess bile from your liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter ana poison in the bow- els. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonight straightens you out by morning. They work while you sleep A 10-cent box from any drug store means a clear head, sweet stom- and clean, healthy liver and bowel action for months. Children love Cas- carets because they never gripe or boxes for and Asst In- spector Humphries, of the post office spectoi uu oKlcia] tour mis week by auto At b and Raymond they found rvtning in first-class shape. Proceed to Coulee their car broke Imvn which caused considerable de fav to the officials, as the acclden Spened mid-way between Magratl and the Coulee. VULCAN (From the Advocate) EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIME ROYAL FAMILY" 5 Acts A Metro Wonderplay Featuring Ann Murdock._________ Photoplay EVA BARTON" PHONE 1722 B E LANG PRESENTS THE EVER POPULAR "SWEET SIXTEEN" GiRLS A MUSICAL GEM FROM "THE PACIFIC'S PARADISE BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES, HAUNTING HAWIIANH ARMONY, PRETTY GIRLS, NIGHT 25c; 50c, 75e, MATINEE CT8. AND' 10 CTS. SEATS AT HEDLEY'S John KMd, of Queenstown was ae- quitted by Mr. Justice Walsh in the criminal court last Thursday on tho charge of stealing a house. This ts not ven made provided, to the great dis- tress of body, mind and pocketbook of lit owner, possessed himself of a sliacft belonging to a neighbouring f-rmor in that district. Kidd asserted that tho shack was his and the other man was equally certain that it was not. HIGH'HIVER (From tho Times) Tie death took place on FridP? ers for their "naoy iauu, ...o...... in claiming that every- Lacrosse team in the year 1813.