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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESPAY, OCTOlwn 2-1. 1010 THE LETHBmnGE DAILY 1-IICRAI.D PAGE FIVE DR. PRICE'S Cream BAKING POWDER Part, Healthful, Dependable Made from Cream of Tartar CONTAINS NO ALUM Made in Canada PHONE 1224 You Will Always Smile, if You Try, Try, a Tr-i-colator each Demonstrator A. Johnson's Store Tomorrow What the Press Agents Say At the Empress him, and the inevitable happens. The story that follows is interesting. At The Orpheum Tonight, "The In five parts is the feature at The Orpheum and Cor the next two nights. Ruth and Lem Heck are orphans. Ruth is a nurse in a small town pop- MltH Boverlv Bayne is starring in ulated by a religious sect called "The thf feature ''Thesnent to be I Seekers." Their object is to seek those Empress tonight for the (that are needy and administer to their ose wlio have not seen needs. Ruth and Lem with "Rev. shown at the last time. Those this thrilling picture should do so. Ine story is of a composer of music who loses- hia hearing. He retires .to the country and is injured by an explos- ion of dynamite in a nearby quarrie. A wealthy young lady who happens to be riding near at the time cares for MRS. SMITH EARNS REPUTATION For Baking eood Brsad and Paltry. Those who were fortunate enough to sample her bread or her pies and cakes were delighted and asked her tor the recipes. "It isn't recipes; it isn't my skill, explained the modes i Mrs. Smith (Who Js really a very good cook just the "it's the flour I Ogilvle's Royal Household Flour. "It's always the same high quality in and year out. My bread turns .uf big, white, close-textured loaves [of really exceptional flavor. It makes ny cakes light and my pie crusts irlsp and flaky. "I been In the habit of using I nother. flour, until one day I ran out I nd my pocer sent me Ogilvie's '.oyal Household Flour. .It gives tetter service than any flour I have used, .and since then I- have In- that deliver it legu- '.riy." For deliciousibread, pies, cakes and puddings Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour cannot .be beaten. Advert. Hood. Lem is .apprentice in a machine shop. Two crooks in the machine shop rob the village bank with Lem's tools, which'they stole. Lem is accused and sentenced to Jail for fifteen years. At Starland The first of the Helen Holmes ser- ies of Mutual Star productions to ap- pear at Starland for the last time to- night is "Whispering a ro- mance of railroad life founded upon the popular novel the same title by Frank H. Spearman, and produced by the Signal Film Corporation. This book is one of the most successful works of fiction of recent years and the film version of the thrilling story bids fair to rival the written novel. In picturizing "Whispering Smith" scribed are actually reproduced. Th I Tbe Daughters of the Umpire will !JG in charge of the tea room at the i Huduon's Bay tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. J. D. Hfglnbotham 1ms return- ed from ail-extended trip to Toronto, Guelpli and other eastern points. I 4 I The G. I. A. will meet at the home of Mrs. Bryan, 1210 3rd avenue A. S., on Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 for Red Cross sew I tiff. I I .Mrs. D. S. Williamson and little 1 son, HOBS, returned on Saturday from a three 'noathn' trip to Toronto and other points in Ontario. Mrs. Hufner's section of Wesley La- dies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Dawson, 921 9th street on Wed- nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. i Miss Reca Starkcy, who has been the guest of Senator and Mrs. De Ve-f bur Tor a fortnight, left yesterday for her home in Nelson. I Mrs. Heap, ot Macleod, has return- ed to her home after spending the week-ciul with her husband, Farriur- Serst. Heap of tile 78th Depot Bat- tery. The young Mies of Wesley church are asked to he at the church on Wed- nesday at 8 Jl.m., dressed in their oldest clothes and equipped with such articles as necessary for cleaning out their rooms for the corning Sunday. The Mathesis club will hold its gen- eral meeting in the Y.M.C.A. auditor-1 ium tomorrow afternoon. A recep- tion will he held when the members will have an opportunity of meeting Mrs. Edwards. One class, of the First Baptist church, is holding a social at eight o'clock on Thursday, to which all are kindly invitey to attend and bring their friends. A good program has been arranged and light refreshments will be served. W. V. McMillen returned yes- terday from a month's visit in the east. While in Montreal he atteu'ded a board meeting ot the M. S. C. C., the Sunday school commission and the council of social service of the Church of England. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and Miss Brown of Superior, Wis., -nuo been the guests of Mrs. Charles McClenaghan, have decided to spend the winter in the city and have taken up their residence at 1231 6th avenue south.- The ladles of the city are asked to remember tho lecture given to- morrow evening by .Mrs. O. E. Ed- wards, under the auspices of the Ma- thesis club, in the Y.M.C. auditorium at 8 p.m., subject of lecture, "Laws Concerning the Rights of Women." It is hoped a great number' will be present to he ar this talented speak- Dirarfor Experimental Farms Hopes Farmers Will Now Buy Live Stock "1 have beeii all over Canada on this trip, and I haven't soon any. crop anywhere to compare with what I have seen round Lothbridse." Such was the remark made to the Herald at noon today by J. H. Oris- dale, director of Dominion Klxpenmen- tal Farms as he stepped from the train on a visit to the farm and dis- trict about the city. "I thought they had fine crops in the Maritime Pro- vinces, and they he continued, "but nowhere in Canada can compare with Southern Alberta this year. And with the 'prices the farmers are get- ting Hi is1 "Will 'be the most prosper- ous farming area in Xorth America tins year. I expect to hear after tliif crop is harvested that the farmers are turning their attention to buying live- stock, improving tlioir farms and in other ways malting themselves solid against a recurrence of dry .years." When told that this was just what the farmers Etre Mr. Grisdale complimented thorn as progressive and on the way to success. Mr. Grisdale is satisfied that the il- lustration farm plots throughout the west are doing good work, though the farmers may not yet be availing them- selves of the opportunities of the farms as they might. The farm at Empress this year set a record of 57 bushels of wheat and 135 bushels of octa to the acre. Tomorrow Mr. Grisdale will visit the C. P. R. sheep sale at Coaldale along with -Mr. Hill, who is in charge of the sheep department in the west. It is also possible that, he may visit the big Noble farm tomorrow when moving pictures of the 1000-acre rec- ord field and threshing operations are being taken. ,1 The Young Ladies' class of Wesley church last Sunday drew Up sides for a campaign tor '-new members. The closing date for the contest is the last Sunday in November. Any young lady or married lady desiring to join the class, where they are assured of a 1975 or Miss scribed are acuay reprouce. e visualization of thia powerful and they will receive a call d by thousands since its publica- more members of. the tion, is a rare achievement in film pro- ductions. The virile characters are maintained and the locations realis- tically photographed under the direc- tion of -T. P. McGowan, world's most noted producer, assisted -by the au- thor. EXCHANGE PRISONERS OVER AGE OF London, New. ton, 'under secretary for for- eign: affairs', announced in the 'House of Lords today tHat the British and German govern- ments had agreed to exchange all interned prisoners over the age of 45. ILES Nothing known to better for thit painful ailment than Zam-Buk. It inflammation, stops bleeding, ends the agony. Easily applied and cleanly. Why go on taffering? Why not try it? Read ihe following cures. C. HMIJOII, roplir. B.C., "1 suffered for reari with'Weeding pilet. The pain often 10 bad I could hardly walk. I tried remedy after remedy, and finally underwent an operation, but only got temporary relief. At latt I tried Zam-Buk. Perseverance with thit remedy com. pletely cored me, and there has been no return of the trouble Mr. New Edinburgh, Ont., writeij "For two I Suffered with piles. pain was most intense. I tried one after another of the sculled remedies, hut without effeci. At U'st I decided to try Zam-Buk. This quick relief (rom the dull, gnawing pain, and perseverance with Zam-Buk cured me.' The cure has been ZAM-IUK ALSO CURES BCZEMA. BLOOD rpUOM. ULCERS. COLD SORES. CHAPPED HANDS. SCALP. SORES. CUTS. BURNS. BRUISES. SCALDS tod SKIN INJURIES >nd DISEASES. All Zim-Buk Co.. poll frtt for an kimlul lubllltum Ml ftwuMlol >dTucl< FIEE MX Zim-BuV Co.. rsMlTS trial Mi. am-Bulc BARRATT Last riight the marriage took place at St. Cyprian's church of Miss Emma Barratt and Mr, Joseph Beaumont, the ceremony being performed by Rsv.'B. A. Snow. The 'bride wore a pretty dress of Copenhagen blue satin with a white hat. Miss Helen iBarratt .was lier sisters bridesmaid, while 'the groom was supported by Mr. .John Joyce. Directly after the ceremony the.bridal party and relatives and friends went to the Nursing Mission, where the wedding supper was served. Vases ot pink and white chrysanthemums and strands of smilax decorated the tables, handsome wedding cake forming..the central decoration for the bride's table. The guests were waited' iipon by Miss Tilley, Miss Cook aridrMIss Wilson. After supper, music and ga were very much enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont were'-the recipients of many gifts The groom is a fireman on C.P.R. and the bride has been an employee 61 the Nursing Mission for a; number of years.' They have "deiice at 628 7th street south. Last night at Wesley, parsonage Rev. G. H. Cobbledick united in mar- riage, Mrs. Rosa Masori and .Mr; Grif fith Thomas, both 'of Radvilleli .Bask Mr and Mrs. Tlioiniis have :gone t( Goalhurst to.Teaiile. (Special to the Pernie, Oct. Ridgeway WU- son, D.O.C. for military district 11, visited Morrissey internment camp yesterday in company with Major Mallaudaiue, and inspected the camp. They returned to- town last night and Col. Wilson returned to the coast this morning. Col. McKay, of the 225th battalion, stationed at Vernou, is in town, and will return tomorrow. It is expected that the 225th will be stationed at New Westminster for the winter. Lieut. J. 0. Grafton, of the 192nd. was a Fernie visitor yesterday, bid- ding good-bye to his many Pernie friends. He will be leaving Sarcee camp Wednesday with his battalion. The news of the death of Sergt. Angus Thompson in the Somme fight was sail news to his many friend's here. Sergt. Thompson was a resident of Fernie for some time before going to "Calgary. Mrs. Thompson was also a'well-known Pernie resident, coming here from Saskatchewan. -The sale of milch' cows and other stock at the Fernie dairy this after- noon, drew a good crowd ot people who proved to be good bidders for stock. Buyers came from as far as from the prairie. Geo. Cody, an old-time Lethbridge citizen, was auctioneer, and proved that he lad not forgotten the art of selling. The milch cows sold from J68 to he latter price being paid for a fine Mstein cow. A bnnch of live calves brought the high figure of each, and the man who got them went away smiling. The forty head of cows sold irought an average price of about !100.' Many of them were fat enough or beef, and at the price that steaks are selling the buyers have not lost anything. EMBARGO ON WHEAT AND FLOU.R Columbus, Ohio, Oct. he demand for such a committee TOW, S. -F. McDonald of Memphis, iresiient of the national association if bakers, declared that he would ap- a committee of representative lakers'to go to Washington to ask President Wilson for an embargo on the foreign exportation of wheat and flour in an effort to solve the high cost of these articles, and the resulting ligh 'cost of, bread. Make Your TO THE OLD COUNTRY; On Lurge Twin-Screw Stewnira Sailing from MONTREAL TO SUASQOW CASSANDRA ATHENIA ......V......'. -Novj 81; Prepaid tickets from Scotland Is- sued at lowest rates. For rates and other Information apply to any rail- road or steamship or DONALDSON LINE! H. E. LIDMAN, Qemrtl Winnipeg. 449 Main M. Ph. M.' MIS Vancouver, B.C. (31 tt The m t i nni r lurry DAI 0 Buy yom1 wiuloi1 supply of apples by Uio box. It rep- resents a big' siivino- over the of purchasing by the pound. We iiffon'lyoii a fine assortment of (he best keep- ing varieties to select your choice from and all apples are Jf o. 1 grade. PHONE 3 13 We name a few of the well known 'Spitzeiibergs, Home Beauties, Grimes Golden. Spies, Wagners, Wtal- thys, Winter Stein, King, Cranlierry I'ippen, G-reenings. All One Price Daring Apple Week PER ft, 89 Continuing until November 4th will give one Oil Painting Free, size 12x20 with every .purchase or accumulative pur- chases of that amount and with every purchase or accumu- lative purchases we will give one Oil Painting Free, size 18x34 in. Save your Sales Slips until or has been purchas- ed then select your oil painting. Professor Burt will be seen daily in our centre show window from 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.r Groceries for 313 H.B. SEAL of QUALITY FLOUR 98 Sack 49 Sack OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND Very Special 98 Ib. Sack 49 H. B. Co.'s TEA OP Good blend. Pound JJC JUv CAr Cfl., 'tPvv ffA ROGERS' SYRUP. la Quart Sealers HORNE'S CUSTARD POWDER -'One poimd' 'tins Special-.............. MAR'MALADE Four pound pails. Special 59c H. B. Co.'s COFFEE Pound 35c, 45c and UPTON'S TEA Pound ode and LOWNEY'S COCOA One pound tins STUART'S JAMS1' Per pail A FULL LINE OF PLAIN AND STUFFEP OLIVES. FINEST DAIRY BUT- TE R. Pound BACK BACOTJ. Sliced, per pound By -the pound HUBBARD SQUASH. E cellent condition. Per IbV in 28c SWEET POTATOES. Three pounds for COOKING ONIONS Six pounds for SPANISH ONIONS Three pounds for EMPEROR GRAPES Three pounds for RIPE TOMATOES Per pound .......V... CONCORD 'GRAPES ,.Per-basket ORANGES. dozen 35e and BANANAS. V Per-dozen' 25c 25c 25c 35c 15c 40c 50c 30c udson'sBaudJomp CLEMS K HI IKES ITBTIl OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH 5: HOT To Get Relief When Head and Nose are Stuffed Up. head Count fifty! Your cold in catarrh disappears. Your nos- trils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more .snuffling, hawkinj, mucous discharge, 'dryness or headache; no struggling for breath at night. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balni from your druggist and apply a little of this fragrant antiseptic cream jri your nostrils. It penetrates through 'every air passage of the and heallw'the swollen or inflamed mucous giving yoxi': Indian! relief. colds and catarrh ivyieW like magic. Don't up-'and mlierable. Relief Higin botham t Co., Ltd., Druggiuli, Lets- OLDEST ACTIVE Boston, Oct: 28.-r-T.he. Hev. Alphpnz Charlier, oldest. Jesuit in active work in. tne Unifed. States, died at of '92' yearsJ He was educated in.-the JJniversity ot Ijouvain. He came" to the United States in 1S46, aud later served a rector of Trinity church, Washington In the early was transfe-red to the faculty. the Holy, Cross coj fe'ge arid in 1867, where heihas since.been, spiritual, di rector of the St.; Vincent de Paul ciety, attached' tb .the Church oMm' maculate Conception. Try This! All Dandruff Disappears and J Hair Stops Coming Out. Surely try a' "Danderine Hair Cleanse" if -you to immediately double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten ;a clqih with Danderine and it carefully through your, hair, taking one small strand :At a time; this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any -excessive oilr-in a few minutes you be amaze'd. Your. hair will be fluffy and abundant and poss- ess an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides, beautifying the hair, one ap- plication of Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; invigorates the scalp, 'stopping Itching and falling hair. Danderine is to the hair what fresh shoWers of .rain and sunshine are to it goes right to the roots invigorates them. Its stimulating 'and life-pro- ducing pi-qpe'rfies cause the hair to grow long, stfojig and beautiful. Ydu .sUrely' can have "pretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of it, if fyou will Just get a 25-oent bottle of Knowl- ton's DanderWe from any drug store or toilet counter and try It as directed. ENLIST NOW With 239th BATT. RAILWAY'CONSTRUCTION CORPS IN COMMAND This popular battahoruwiii require 100 more men from TEAMSTERS, TRACKMEN, BRIDGEMEN AND CARPENTERS, This be your last chance to go along and help to conlol- idate the flow Julnj by the Alliei i LETHBRIDGE RtCRu'lTING OFFICE 112 FIFTH STREET. S. CALGARY RECRUITING OFFICE 702 CENTRE STREETt CALL OR WRITrFflR FULL PARTICULARS ;