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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta GRAIN nq. Ing reliable tafonnatlou ing Omlu. uuo when In this condition. M L Trotter of Toronto. Out., nays: "For nearly three years I suffered 1...... Yea are Invited to ran of this service. Ask iib on your carlots of gral Private wires io Yo CM- MlnneapolleWlnnlpeg comes to us with a now equipment. o! At .The Orplieum A splendid Pathe program is billed tor Starlaad for the weck-en.! Baird Bottcrcll, the keynote of.the nev IEOBL that the past season has producoU. ai uiu IWBL auttouu B While the old favorites nre with Airs. Union Bank Building E. KEESOR, Mgr. Pheni 1699. Bee. Phone 1862. le l Lang this scaiion she has strength nore Sheldon Lewis, and an all-star cast in Lang s s cued the organization with snrao new The House of Fears." mate up the cue e faces and she assures the public they e the Pathe program are assured aces a have the ability aa well as looks. She ave e has a surprise In store for UB In the PAOE FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Gco. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Earl Cavamiugh, dainty has a surprise m STVJZ." n SM The Three Keatons, "Fun's Funni-. est will present a comedy Khoclrabont number that has been a [standard In the east for many yeaib an or. ndard n e ea d has never failed to win much Jav- oles Mr. Bennett Is an Australian y birth and after conquering the and of the Kangaroo with his beauti- ul stae A dance will be held In the BURGMAN HALL 13th Street North, every Satur- day night from 9 to 12. Gentl SOC. Ladles Free and Broderlclt will present a Wslchorean novelty entitled Creations of Their which Is said to be an ultra modern oterlng In hilled as "The Eva TanguaJ 'of the is a pretty damse who has great ability on the accor .ion and to also a ragtime singer o note. There will be two shows 7.4o and 9.30. _______ Fireman, another two-reel Ohas Chaplin film, IB on at the Orpheun toulsht Other pictures on the pro gram are latest war weekly and reo life something new in the photopla program is the strongest seen at the lorpneum lor some time. No advance thfl f Helen Ul L1IU ui tenor voice and pleasing stage irescnce he set sail for a new land to Tf'ter hearing him in concert in Se- attle Mrs. Lang signed a two years contract with this young matt whereby le will appear under her banner tor Seats are at Medley s In "The Girl and .hat period, now. n Holmes who galuo.1 poinilarlt> the Game will he seen in a an five-act picturlKition of well-known novel. Smith." This is appearance in a Holm.. five-reel drama, and appearance she certainly adds to her laurels her interpretation and acting In an At the Empress Little Eve Egerton is the feature at the Empress tonight. Little JVB has always been me co...- pnnion of her father, who, with his friend John Elbertson, roams the face of the earth in search ot rare botan ical specimens. Eve has neves known her mother and has been reared bj her father in the studious atmosphere of the scientist, without any though of love or anything approaching after. Ischarged for good repspns, and th iscnmettu lv' o---- i man who offers his services Iutv.h In prices. Unequalled MITAGI Vaudeville I MONDAY RPHEUJ NEXT P Unequalled fl ANTAGE5 5 25 People 2o Mostly Girls Mr. Inquisitive A Movie Musical Comedy, With Lrl Cavanaugh, Ruth Tompkins and Girls __ BURKE BRODERICK 3 Keatons "Fun's Funniest Family" "SUCKER i W1NNIFRED EbonyHued_Entertamers At the Majestic With business of the theatre on the rlso It was fortunate that Manager Brown of the Majestic secured the Famous Bosnians to appear at his theatre on Saturday Oct. 21 for matinee ana night. Fo? twelve years the Famous Bos- tonians have travelled over.the globe bringing mirth, melody and happy ac- es and leaving catchy music whistling on the streets and a longing for their return. This year the company H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE 41413th-Street North Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. aiucu un; m es built mn up so i felt line iturc, anil I am gladly recomme ,1 ;g Vlnol to others because ol Hit, ood it has done me." The had effects of i-Jor. devitalized lood cannot be overestimated, ami i the boot and cod liver peptones iio i ,nd manganese peptonates and g circuiauun and In this natural manner builds up health and stromt our guarantee. J. U- lligmbolh.in Co. Ltd., U-.tl.brulgo Vlso at the best druggists m all Al- berta -Prior to Hie storm suffered from "t Monthly tl.roshh.K most of tluitUutod with great v.Ror m dWlitt, .....ami tomorrow will he In full The yields arn almost uniform- i'v liich, some of them being purlieu- Lly good. Johnson fc Pllnmn thresh- a crop of wheat on 00 a.-riry milliner falloivecl land, winch jn.ldul the otter .lay tliis ulu-nvoil or hron- you will of throat ;in.l clic-i) Mi luii'' t" ____ IIy mother inol and three hot- a new her. section I hey trllln over fi2 ,......mil on the snmc threshed 40 bushels to the lull acres ot r.prlng plowing. .1. 1-uKu threshed 42 bushels I" h smmnerlallow, and in faH 40 In. to the ni-ro for snnimerfnllow niipeath to liu Die minimum In this dlslnct. It is doubtful it. 23 per "I int! In this district is romni'-i.u lime, hut given lim- weather tin- wort will iirot-ccil rapidly. diiliculty IB being experienced in alnliiK help, as th.i storms havo_ to J extent caused some o. the ielp already in the district to K-avc. which d llw liku i perfectly Tlic nm iTli-i promised i if this is out ,___...n n.olt Rrltnttl S i 01 tile blLllt er of spirit. man wno oiieio s considered of more value at home After that, the eligible men will b easy to pick out, and lie hoped the would not need to he urged to do the duly. Canada must raise ouota of men. done it will mean only one man 0? every 16 of population whereas Britain has already given one of ever, eieht Canada has four divisions in the field Australia and New Zealand have sS and hope to put in the lie d in all. If Australia can do it, ranada can do it. France has given practical every man. The speake, was sure that it was only necessary to point out to Canadians the great need and the men would be forthcoming It Sne when mutual help is needed The speaker said he knew a mothei in Victoria who had 15 sons at he WmnS-'mtrrtT 1Te to the seriousnes v CimS SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold guaranteed by above Vmol nd mmumlciu. '.'.'l'l'i'J'fMiadi. Tocuriemisl.ji, hr.mi-lmis, ymt provide the ilments. arc extracts and meilu-mal nto the mouth dir -IMS .Ti-.il atoms or 1'cps Co iill supply AU Toronto, for his new, Chevrolet car. jas.'llcUowell. who has suiTn- cd from Ill-health for Home time. H'lt yesterday for Coalhurst. where i-h will he able to have regular iiiuihc.il attendance. ed orator. He is a speak- Jatlon. i have, however, bee He knows well Britain s ot l 5' l leased with the outburst e" inRPHEUM HARLIE HAPLIN in "The Fireman" A real scream. This one is a sec- ond run but a very good one. See It at The Orpheum. Tonight a Real Knockout. er or spirit.. imu.... need and he tells it in a convincing manner In addition, Major Robins Slows Germany well. He lectured m the University of Hamburg for some fostered by the military class In pie- of what paration ttr this war. Major Robins' i address was worth going miles to hear. I In opening he said he had noted that he was expected to make some (pronouncement on the new registra- I Son scheme for recruiting, but not be ine a prophet he could not tell what wls going to come out of the melting pot Everyone hMn done so far, the have been made on. pleased with the outburst Pe" thusiasm heard everThand. It is the same enthusiasm nut Canada's first contingent of men in the Held within a few ming of the war. !es are but echoes do when thorough- anada w 'with b Germany from the Dn wt viewpoint of one who has made a life- oing o com Everyone knows what has been arrangements that for the Issue pf badges to ths returned soldier the volunteer who has been refused, the man who has enlisted and has been Sady educated effort ever since the Franco-Prussian-war to mould the Si! of the people to the militans We Have the Following Second- hand Threshing Machinery: Big Pumpkins Far- mer Has Average of 58 Bus. Wheat on Small Tract fFrom Our Own Corn'siiontlent) Nobleford, Oct. 19.-The snowfall this weelt has again upset, threshin expectations and the continued cold weather makes it dilncult to say just when operations will he resumed Some considerable snow fell m the few hours of the storm and it will take a (ew days for the shocks to dry out Meanwhile prices are soaring and people are getting anxious. J. Withage is about to build a two- storey house at his farm southwest of vn The house will contain about SofonTjr'can record yields of grain Also WEEKLY "REEL LIFE" "SEE AMERICA FIRST." The J greatest ihow ever offered the L public for the money. PRICES: PATHE PRESENTS THE'EM- INENT ACTOR ARNOLD DALY I in a Plcturization of ono of John T. Mclntyre's Famous "Ashton Kirk, Investigator" Stories. "The House of Fears" A Real Detective Story Also Those Great Fun Makers Heinie and Louie In a Side-Splitting Comedy MONDAY AND TUESDAY HELEN HOLMES Heroine of "The Girl and the a five-reel plctunza- tion of Frank H. Spearman s Great Novel. "Whispering Smith" STRONG DOWIER GRAIN and Commission Our entire organization Is vour lerviee end with our exner- we can safely guarantee to get you the best prices for your grain time and for any frade or kind of grata. Phone M 1922 Calgary For Office 1866 Othbridge j Quota- thjnl. 3li Our Agents who ire your district. J. A. CUMMINQ Lethbrldge Manager uuu it is hoped to impose that doctrine on the whole worm uut, He trll J5.STJK- not the slightest doubt that the latter would prevail in the end. vegetables wo have seen lately hear no little tribute to tta miality in-own on C. S. Noble's west farm weighed 30% pounds and measured_ 47 The speaker vai ciuded his remarks weighe po Ses round one way and 48 inches e same The speaiier f the Other. A by drawing attention to the great hed uj ia ynnkine during .___ >iv i-lrawinK auenuun is making during Ihe war "A new democracy is arising. GreS good is coming out of this ter- rible war and in the end autocracy must Jvc way to the will of the peo- the other, A from the same pounds. J. With garden weigneu age has grown some large cabbages; of which one we saw we ghed 26 Ihs Some of the farmers claim that can beat these records. ian beat inese T, Crop yields as shown by the thresh- lhe evening Mrs. H. H. talten up which was turned j acres on which the world's record ie I O. D. E. to be used hroUeu the yield was e a moving picture machine j the'acre. George Todd 357 bushels'and 52 pounds to the, ztssr- ST6FFANSON Ottawa, Oct. iu. by the miniater of marine and "3 _ c-tnf-inccnn fi riRD PHOTO PRESENTS ELLA HALL ANU ALL o.all LulTlH UE BIRD PnUlU 1-neoc.nt" "Little Eve Edgarton" _ _...-._i_j Seen.at The Th. Greatest Bluebird Triumph Yet Seen..t The EmprtM Get. 21 G" PRESENTS THE EVER POPULAR "SWEET SIXTEEN" tp a ddso threshed nister of marne an m the Stefansson explora- to ma jr 100 bushels Hugh McNulty acre of stubble wheat I Kynoch and other local far- mers having the same result. In fact while some stubble crops averaged round 30 bushels to the acre, IUie ma- jorttv have reached the 35 mark. V least bushels per day are coming in to the local elevators and thw are running to full capacity. Ifj a f the needed cars could be secured Sere would be a better chance for RAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" IS QUICKEST, SUREST STOMACH RELIEF IT! Time it! rape's lies like a lump or wuut- ___, ,f iia from your pharmacist a fifty will be no sour risings, no belch tag o omes from Calgary. The bout ready for business and will help o relieve the present pressure some- WTahe annual re-organization meeting 'to the workings and purpose cif the vcar were: President, Ke. MarshT vfce-presitlent. A. S. Bnehanj MUSICAL OEM FROM THE PACIFIC'S PARADISE NIQHT 2Bc, 50c, -76e, 11.00. PBIOES- CTS. AND 10 CTS. AT HEDLEY'S tar onlif order stomachs because it hold of your food and digests it ]_st the same as _it your stomach W ReiiennrflVe minutes from all stom- ach misery is waiting for you at any iitty-cent cases contain onoiieh 'Tape's Dlapepsin" to keep fhefntlre family free from stomach disorders and indbjestion for inanj months. It belongs la your home. I.AdvertUemeiit. v is building a garage We also have a quantity of "Artie" Steam Fire test Try a barrel. iiie Co. f.o.b. Ford, Ontario closed car that i-an be ers ana To insure early delivery, place your order today. FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE ;