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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOiTnfi 20, 131V THE l.RTHlWTIXjtf DA11.V IIEUALD PAGE FIVE PROFESSIONAL CARDS VI AVI, MEDICAL HOME REMEDT FOR vomca'd diseases nod -oervous dla- i orders, successful for 25 yjira. Lit- erature ou request' 0, Tlioniai room 9 Uoiulnlou DlocJ, Lelh- bridge, phone' 1532. m-0 CtM SMITHS GUNSMITHS slralahtenod. guna restock- K1. RUB york none tj a luaiatln. made, locki repaired, bicycles, typewriters, (honocrapii. air machinery nipabwd, lava aioweri aaorpened. D. E. McDouM. Iwilan Ajwl, Phone 1011. ill _4th Ave, SJ, PIANO TUNING. G. H. CHIPPS, EXPERT TUNER Player-I'ltuo ard Orcaa to years' factory experience. Hofl- ours CerUHcale M.T. Luadoa. Entlanjl. musicians of city. Pfcoaw HM JZ53 Clh Art. A. South. VULCANIZING THE UETHBRIDGE VULCANUING Worif uoderiake all Lire repairing.- Al! work gmranleed. Freight paU on? way on- out or town orders. Cliepliu Son. 712 3rd Aie. i cnBt-cft lloynl 1 SUPPLIES; BUILDING SUPPLIES, Ibae, plaster, roofing, plate' an! wlndbv glass, automoblia ableldi. Sorely Equipment Co, '-.tO., llhi Street Bou'lh. 1 bone Bin ill. DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 TUrd Phone 1253. NlgUt and kousa .paoin 1350. ORS. CONNOR, McNALLY 4 109 Sherlock Telephones: OKco 319; lU-'ldence 019. Office hours: 11 lo 12 a.m.; '1.30 to 3-80; 1 lo 8 p.nk DEVEBCR, CAMPBELL, CRAGC once, Iloyal HOY Dank Building.1 Office hours: 1 to 3 after- noons; 1 lo 8 Phone COS. phones: Dr. Campbell Dr. Roy COS; Dr. Cms DR. Eye, Nois and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bids Office hours e-YecInRB by ap- pointment- Phones: Office 341; Re- sidence SS3. OR. P. W. TULLCR, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon.' Office, Sheppard Dlock. opposite Stirland Theatre, rooms G to J. Office hours: 11 lo J2 a.m.; i-in inl-M nin 7 In R-.30 p m_ Phones: Office ISO; nlghta 1323. 252-0 'DENTAL DR. :t. J. UentUt. j o[ Itoyal Collcie of Dealil S Toronto, aad holder at a' Domtalon Denial Certificate. Otflce: Rooma cad G. Bryaa Block. Faone 107L OR l_ T. 1o Dra.' Courtlce aale Unlreially o( Marrland.'Boomi ud 5, Uacdanald Block. Pkou lies. LethbrldKe, Alu. CLEANING AND DYEING .THE la French Dry Cleaning, Our prccwi Belial- nates dagger ol Injury lo Rirmvnti Ouly the blgneat clacs work turned oal. .Vo dyeing, alien- 'lion h given lo countrf orders'. 324 Cth Strgcl South. I'Lone IS13. LONG I rjessliiff, Jlc- palrlrjg and Alterations well done1 .at 'reasonable prices, for and deliver Roods. 410 fitb. Street South. Phone DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEW- Ing rlono. Apply 1733 Ctli Korlli. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Haarlem'a i'rlTate Hospital and Jlaterulty Home. 1224 7tn Phone 7-'6.________________ THE CAVELL HOSPITAL .maternity cases nnd all Blcknees excepting conlneious diseases. IMra. S.-IIclwIg, 310 Hlh SL H. Phone UNDERTAKING T. S; FETTERLY, LEADING FUNER _'al -director and licensed embalmer or hovse driven hearJCB. Par en d MacKAY Funeral Ulrei Icra aztd practical and nildenoa, 803 Ird ATCBU S. Phone ISOi. Alvaya uoa. DANCING .LESSONS. H9.LDS clflsses In baJJTpom, fancy, orienta niKl" classical'-dancing for children and Iho eyer Thursday'and J-yidajv lara.ahd appointments prl day: -1 5 HAY GRpWERS-rBALING WIRE AT wholcaale cbati-XTIiIs. may yon .to bale nnd.riot elack so to" sell to prices Established. iO- F. O. Jlyd f AUM PRODUCTS..LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY1! POTATOES AN ALFALFA MEAL. Inspector? 'at Coaldalo.'-I.etl-.hrldg and Magrnth. ynu :n'nnt ,lb; buyi 'or'se wfe.VllI moll your our Weekly SI kct-.Card on rcfiueal. -201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbrldie Phone 7 W.-j. Lloyd; Mgr., Ru...Phone. 36 M.'p. Haiell, Acet., H. B. McELYEA, A3SOC. AM: E, t Electrical Engineer ami Contractor makes a'apeclalt? of-wlrlnr country homes and Installing Hghllng planl Consultations on all of' etoe- (rlcal vork, ,12M 4th Are. S.'Phoa AUCTIONEER W. U WILSON, 9aU intf Llv Stock Aucltoaeer. Sales coaducte inywhere In (he; province. Term rcasbnibfo. Writ a cr 102 office fttJ Wllscin'i Auctlo Dominion Block, Leih AJli. DECORATING WELLINGTON and they over vari- ous parts of till country, when allaclced alter a general warning vras oul. They dropped. LO tombs In France. ovi. policy Ci Gradnale Chlcajo Colleee' of Den- ial Surcery. Offices, Shenherd Dlock, opncslr% Starland TheUrc. I'hone 7SO. Residence phono 3D1. CHIROPRACTORI WITH Saltn ud June B. you are alek and want (o retain take adjuslmecta and tet vali. U residence, 901 7ti AM. a, appetite Model Bxkerr, loan la I: 7 u t. Phone :e77., 'DRAMATIC IRS. JESSIE BONO PAWSON IS IN charge o't tho OrnlorT, Physical Cul- ture, Llleraturo and Art DeparlmenlB nt tho Conservatory of Music: Ladles' and.chlldrtn'a claai- eg now forming. Also experienced assistance for dramatic clalw, prl- vale-' IbeatrlcalSj' etc.-- Phdnfes; Con- ,233-0 MIS BEUSIOF11R the coming winter will Be the last of the war and that next year will ice end of hoitllHies, the opinion of Lieut. Col. H. O. Hulmc, commandtr of. the 62nd battal- ion, who arrived here last' night from England. Col. Hulme, who hal been attached to the British Columbia "reserve battalion in England, that the reserves ior the Brltiih Columbia batUllons are prjctidily exhaosled and that the men at the front are anxious thsy should be speedily re- placed with British Columbia men.- Col, an ten weeVs leave of abience. Montreal, OcL Bourassa, the Nationalist chief, discussIHK the .ssutd en FrlJay by Itic un- lun govern men I, says: "Tho first pel of Ibc mlnlslry ia lo lauDCb on the-puulfc-a1 vrhlch ccvc" whole and economic activities of the (ounlry. Certain as (he proruiso of female a verit- able soc-lfcl evolution, llic consctiucnu cs of v.hlch aro lucalculalilc. "A half a dozen others at least arc Inspired liy state socialism of a most advanced, nature vrithout any tJfm. hoivover, Iliat llic farceurs who have produced this ploro ol Jargon, comprehend the firsl word of lhe prob- lems which they aro .facing. It will require nl least twenty years of ardu- ous, Intelligent and uninterrupted la- bor (o esccuto the revolutionary re- forms and chauges proposed by a min- istry largely composed of mcdlocrfliea, political adventur- ers associated lor the uiitnua object, it Is pretended, jto further the wcr ef- fort of Canada.Vn Kduiouton, Oct. Ilullelln j part: "The iirllcy.of-Uic new government has b'een announced. H la a aeclaradan of gacd will la ard to many niatlcra ol puu'Ec IcrcBt and Importanco. hul H does r.ol differ In nny particular from the like declitrallon made before the elections of 1911 on behalf ot (Uo Conservative party Ly tbo fiame mau. who has just luodo the announcement of policy on part ot tbo so-called union The promises inaJo then sountjed well as far as they went. So do the promises made for lhe purpose of the election oC 1917. But Iho promises of 1S11 were forgotten as soou aa the Dordcn gov- ernment attained power. The prom- ises made -for election vurposes lu 1017 have no rfe'i1 to bo considered valid in vlow "of what happened to (hoso of 1311 at Ibe same .haads." AT STARLAND j PonnluetOL-, Iho winsome lillle dincc-r of Iho "KolHca." rclurna lo tho screen In tho Famous Player- 'aratnount. production ''Tho Little a charming pholoiilaylur- nlsliliig tho dlmnutlre star with IHOTU .han ordinary opnorluulty to display her spec-lal taleals. a dancer Mlsi rciinlnfilon has won widespread recognition for hersolf aud her former ptoductlona ou the rrhat ifli Agents Say screen more than proved her ability to act berorc the camera. A distinct change was turiushcu1 [or her In tin) part of in 'Thn I.KIlp Boy Scout." aujipara as a, retjoUlov? niece ot. old Miguel Alrrrez. llvlnj! with Ms fjtuily near [lie Klo Grande In Mexico. The old undo Is a ailser anil a tyrnul aud attempts to force her lo mairy his TveaklinK son la order '0 bring her money lulo hii own cot fers. At Slarland Monday aud Tues- day. LAST TIMES TONIGHT FLO K HXCE LAB ADI K IN LOVE WAS BLIND" MONDAY AND TUESDAY FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT] ANN PEXXIXGTON Trie celebrated dancer of the ZelgfleU "Follies" in "THE LI'lTLE HOY SCOUT" A Paramount Picture .C. AIUCCN M. JO TUTlni TbiMi7; nftrtMm ol H. C. C. Siimon. Ow liondred pw nut ct puplU mund tor th> ei- imlnetlona ot the RoyilV CoUef ef Uulc, Lon Ofclieal'rfc Va'n'd. baind InBLrumcnlB, 1 .maniiolin, .banjo, '.giiltar, 'teachers, -mun? j- tree nttvRnlikei. 'rTlie Conserritdrr Scjiopl'of 'Jcs5le'? Bond Favrion; rhetoric, Tlter-ttire, rocUa-' tlon, physical culture, dramatic art. Phone 1C5 for all departments. Our 12th year otEer'ilco.' IfHS. W. H. o] PlRDo, HaimdBT and Tbeory. OTti1 ten yran' letcbhn njwrlenca fullr equipped Trlti boirS. loirboarl mot BlatfnE1 board, Me. ioitt Hit iU Are. A. Soa'lh. H, McG. ot Veto, Piano, Theory. Pupils1 ncltal and a EpecUJtT.'All papJIi trying tho Toronto ConBepaSorr ol Mutlc exams." list JuLfl were sue- ceaatol. used (or .primary pupils. rooa 1, At berta Block. 411 A 6tt SL 8. Jlrst door south ot Orrheum 1665. Jleilflet 310 lOtn'SL SUSPECTED AS YEQGMEN Moose Sask, Oct. Hemieraoh and' J. Atkins, arrested here as Tajranls arc nov; being held on Ihe. suspicion or helnE yeggmen. A" scarch'of thelr-rqoni re- culled in-tlu police liniilnr revolvera, riihuer gloves and tools, nafi nas set at but so Jar the two men haTe Ijeea unable to raise lhe money... v T Steinwky V n rtcognlnd the World'! BEST. The'i'Nordhtlmer ll ai with' 'the. Steinway .In Canada compare Tav- orafcly lo hold this cloie-assoc- lallon.. We are the direct agents for bath of thAe famous planer. Come and ice us. Assinlboia Music Co., Ltd. ''Everything Musical? 31S 6th St. S. Lethbrldge. Vancouver, OcL bridge for sixly miles up (lie Dellacoola val ley has been swept_ and all the roads washed out by Hoods. The o[ Ucllacoola is a scone of wreckage anil liesolstlon. Practical ly every inhabitant bas suffered loss The disaster appears to have trap pened two1 or three vvcelis ago, bu1 lUo Ilrst wpid.qt It lias just reached lliis Kloqucnt testimony oC Its eilcnt is afforded by Ihc anncarance o[ the iiellacoola.Courlei-- That pape comcs-puL With ii frost page whlcl a" single seven, column headlfne: "Have'.been caught b: flood." and a small notice In the mid die of a'greal cipanse ol. while spac In wlilcli it announces the disconlln uancerof'puhllcailon. Tbe little to.wn, of Bcllacooia Is si: jlcd about 300 .miles up I the head ol North rentlnck Arm. fs nearly (00 the open ea and lies at lha' mouth olf l.ethbrldEe arc a-.nlghl sch'obl for IhV leacljliig 'of -English' and El- ementary Mathematics 'and .any other, branches ol atudj' for which thtre may be for the benefit of persons-above, Ibc school ago who desire In- struction. Any persons wishing to take idrantago of this night school are rcgueBlcd to attend for fen- rollment at St. Basils School'ln North on (fic''aven of .Friday and Saturday October the 2cth and 27Ui from 7 HII 9 o'clock. The Hoards are "anxious to get the classes started by lhe first ot November nn5 In order that satisfactory arrangements car bo anil Illlllon It Is csscnlla) Hat nl' persons Interested attend at the place 'to Inter 'comraltleo W 'Iho 'Joint Boards. It thai Non-Eng- lish BpcaXInK people particular Iv will take adrinUgo these classes. The Utbbrulge Piblic ft Separate ScUol Botrij AT THE MAJESTIC "lo OW repeating -Its rand ol twenty years ills thi-alrcs nightly with wildly-en- liustasllc audiences which Erect ;tlio Jirllling scenes act! stirring Incidents >f lliis human, wholesome, always en- crtalnine nlay with rlnBlBE cliecrs anil umuHuous applause. It will ho seou l the Majestic on Frlduy and Satur- day neil, Ocl. 2G and 2T with special Saturday matinee. To so or not to go. Thai 15 not (lie questlou; but nevertheless the- answer s to go. 'Everybody wno is anybody nrel who had Ihe forethought'to secure their scats well In advance will Ilicre on the onenlne nieht or P. Sluarl-Wnyle's blc sew musical show. 'Itoblnson M-hfch is announc- ed for the JInJosllc theatre on lion- day and Tuesday ncit. The easoEe- ment is tor 2 nights. Jllss Zara Clinton, who plays Cru- e, and therefore Is compelled lo wear ahbrevlated trousers and goat ns, says she is envious of the humb- lest Etrl when she sees her transformed into a divinity by the sim- ple process of donning one of the Bowns which she wears In tUc show. Clinton need not worry prelty head, for there' are many among them ourselves, who vastly pre- fer tho light and 'husktn, whatever Ural means.' Charles Chaplin In his very latest and 'The Adventurer' Owing (o the fad that Chaplin Is now drawing a salary of times more lhan any star In the world, this hatjnade II almost Impossible to secure him for Ltthhridgc. However, this has been done we are forced to charge an admission price of 2Sc for all for adults hla father, Sir, Hr.mmer, an admiral of the Danish navy. He wa by the King for his braveri Oennan cnislcr and p'rotccilng R nrlttsh stiftmarlne a greaL risk to his own ship; TO Alfa'WAR LOAN. OcL W. Foloraon sccfelary of the national se-r board, has relurnciUlo tho capHa from Toronto whore he.consulted Ih Dominion loan comm.tlec irflh th object of coordinating the cfforJs p Ih6 national scrvlea organlzntton .which now lias of the salo o .war siTlnga ccrllfJcfllfrs tyti Iho wor the war victory loan campaign. The' decision was -reached at 111 cprifefGntfe tb'lurn ore> the nattonn loao can. PUMA Petrofradr Oct. to (h .eleclJoM for Ihe.constltaent beint-' decreed for KofgAilfer 25, th Hus'aUn provJafbnal g6TctTimcnt hn ordered "the dissolution (A the.fourl declaring the mandates Isiuc to the'dbptrilos.hull Void, ORPHEUM Tonight LAST TIME Prices: Adults 35c, Children 10: foist ,1 TRIAL The Big Cchan and HaVris Hit This Picture Is Good. MflJESTIC-2 Phone 1722 Matinee Saturday ROWLAND-CUIFFORD-GATTS (Inc.) PresenU THE MOST POPULAR AMERICAN ,PLAY EVER WRITTEN A Tlii'iUing, Plclurcsqtic ami Komarilic Story oi Kcndicky Life SEE THEjSPlP.lTEb AND EXCITtNQ HORSE RACE THE FAMOUS, KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED, QUEEN BESS THE ROLLICKING FUN THE INIMITABLE PICKANINNIES OF WRITTEN'BY C...T. DAZEY. THE STRONGEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE CAST THE PLAY HAS EVER HAD. COMPLETE NEW PRODUCTION' THOROUGHBRED THE FAMOUS PICKANINNY BRASS BAND BIG NEVT STKEET PARADE Prices: Nights 75c, oOc Sfc CHILDREN 2Se IP-L9 Nights, Starting Monday; Oct. 22 THE BIGGEST i BEST MUSICAL ATTRACTION OF THE'SEASON -1' -'iy A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION IN TWO., ACTS SCENES, htOPLG-rr i. THIRTY SONS Hlftf fViCM I, AT rrHEATRE .'.MONDAY ;