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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBEU 20, 1917 THE LETlinmDGK OAILY ITKRALb PAGE FIVE! Be Careful keep (he stomach well, the liver ana bowels regular, by the timely and helpful aid of ORGANIZING UNION FORCES. Oct. James A. Csldcr, who hud been let for a CG u [tie of days conTPrrlnfi U-llh Ilcjj Arthur Mciglirti and lion. T. A. llrcrar, lefl last, uighl (or negfna. llo IB busily organizing Iho unionist forces for Iho coming fcrjt'ral clcc- lions. lion. Arthur MclRheu Icll ycetcr- rtay for I'ortafio I'rulrio; aud likely Uc Lack in Wmuipoi; tonight. lie will remain litre n short lime and tlicji protect! lo Ottawa. o o WILL PAY INCREASE Ollawa. Oct. tlovoloiiiur-ntd iu .connect Ion -.vlih (he difference between (he (T. aiiJ Us that tho tu- ITCQ50 111 W.1RGK JlBliCll' fOT would bo pnlil. Toil ay notice or tills was posted In tho offices of the comiiaiiy. The Kiddies Thrive wonderfully on our high grade'milk Fflf the very yojng babies our milk is all that is required to make a complete and perfect food. Far the growing younsters our milk wHh their cereal or bread means sturdy growth and healthy bodies. Better have us leave a bottle at your door reg- ularly, -It Is-'clarirled and--Past- Crystal Ltd PHONE 1576 AUCTION If are contemplating an auction of your stock and iniple- Inent it will you to see Co. A. Stilsworth. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Have been in the business 25 Residence, 319 5th Avenue 5. Lethbrldge Phone 1270 The Stcinway Piano [9 recognized as the World's BEST. The Nordhetmer Is as- sociated with the Stclnway in, Csnada and must compare, fav-. Drably to hold this cloae aasoc' lallon. We are the direct agents for both of thctc famous pianos. Come and ECS us. Assiuiboia Music Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" 315 6lh sV.'.a. Letfibridge WILL BE OPEN. FOR SERVICE We have two colored Everything will be home cooked and thoroughly seasoned. Kitchen U open for Inspection al any time, We also have .First Class Hooms 718 Tliinl Avenue S, 26C-.1 WHY MAGGIE WANTS HER MOUNTAIN REGULATE SP1IKAI) IN HACOX PIUCKS Winnipeg, OCT. i- rcgulMiiHi f the spread bL-cwtii) jiricc iialj or Jlvo )iOgs by ;njil the rJue Jor biu-uu jniJ by rousviiiu-rs is problem 1-s Le-lng vmKed out y lion. W. J, HaniKi. (he fo.litrat foo-l ontrgller, according iu ULI .mnuum'G- neut made lilts muniiui; l.y T. A. Crerar, mioUltr of asj CONVICTED OF SEO1TION Mankato, Minn.. OCT. 2C A. 1, Sugarmaii. Si. Paul. SocidlUi, ion today of making .seditious u- tending to cause in mil tary service und disobedient or mill ary orders and wan SMI to nerd u- Urea years In f cde i a 1 pri< on, fr'u r( venwarth. Kansas. InhabiUnU ol the park it Banff, (1) A solitary yak. (2) KounUiD (3) Buffalo. ira many of 03 I who .wish Lea war would burry up and be over, for one reason tvr.U another. Bui Mugfilo has a raa- EPD. ihat's unique. It somebody would Jusi go and tilt the Kaiser, she'd get Maggie's second nama la Mountain. too and her lasl Is Goat She llrcs al ttinff. Alberta, together with tivo of her friends. In a biff ragged? pafldock lull of busbcfl, with ft AtoQe-bulU house in Ihe centre. 7ou can gener- nUy BM her up on top of U. silhouetted against the sky. gazing dtBCOosolMely away off to where ehe can see that mountain ol hers, fur trimmed and full of gloriously Impossible ledges, She tries to prelend Ihe ridge pole of her present home IB ono of them. Eui It's no go. The wretched little gophers climb up md run'under her very nose and ehe'j too mournful to care! i You the Parka Commission, .wnlcb Is tbe.SupreiDi Court and Ibe PrUy Council and Glaus and the Board ol Health to Maggie, had tbsit In 1914 tbe mountain to transferred to a lo caUly more fn.keeploc wltti family tnidltlons. There Is i large and In- denolla number of moun- tnlna around Bflnfl, Inhabited only 07 i o! MiKgte'E UTIcaught relatlrea, ncd (ii'e Commlssloq; was going to IODCB IQI one of these [or I la goaLa- .would. Rlyejthcm exercise, lae big would enable them to mil last year's disreputable coat off thtlr bachE at the season Indicated by -Ihclr primitive iBshlon magazliwe, nud the men Interested tn wool pro- blems would hare better looking foal EpFclmenfl.lo'Judge.frora they figured as lo whether It was or wasn't vortb.while U try.breeding Item for mohair plush. And then came this contounded arl Camp Hughes, Camp llorden, Vek-arUer and the! rest of iu5 pastures ate up a million times orer the coat of Ti-lrlng poor Moggie's hilly heaven, which had to te pigeon-holed until "alter tbe war." That's how It comes tbe cxTlcUl ID liarco of all tbe wilt) wards of tho park al Banff will tell you apologeti- cally that (he reason the 'goaU look like ladles In evening ilrrss Is because f can succeed In rubbing tbe light wool ofl. their necka, but the heary matted body-growth won't avray ttgilnel the snltchy Ilttk bushes of tbe paddofk. So sozca day he'll have lo cntch Masgle md her two friends pluck them chlckeos. Which proceed In K Haggle wfU resent most bitterly. Tbe rocty mountain have Lht Ideal range. They are trees that soar np like trumpet there are mea- dows carnetted with wild coluoiblDea IOT looking al and the sweetest, ot tor Above all there's a real, cool, compact Hide mountain for big horns to enow off on. There are twenly-tbrea sbeep fn '.he pasture, flro of whom scary- spring lambs. It they 'werft to die and, go to the butchers' hdaven, they'd bring far more then ordinary tame Mary-sorta Umbs. A.1 least they ought to, (or they taste EO muc' belter. "There are plenlr of wllfl ones en tht tnountalna our friend In Government told us as we left the horns outside the gate ind came 'sashing In through the long grnsa boring to catcb a. glimpse of a '.big horn." year 1 caupbl three In a trap I a hundred aod twenty by clghtaeo H worVa irltb Ecares a bit, 'era. They're In you Vnbw. doeao't hurt :he-----" There' was K scatter of III lie boor jeats and Ihe whole flock came round rom behind tbe tig barn acd stood, posed for tbe loveliest pbolo with the irowo tree (runka for a background. The horn Is a wonderfully pictur- esque beaslle wilh a toucb of tbe dra-" miUc la his make up, or he could never have arranged bis harem irllli s.i'ch an oh-you-kodak Out the aft film bad been used up trying to Maggie properly sfcy-llned and we toujd only elgh regretfully. There's herd of buffalo at Banff luej'ra col ol a hand shaking disposition. Nobody Is allowed to EO lo call OB the monarch of all plelos the C. P. R, baa left, unless he on horseback or IQ a motor. Old Dad, Ibe toas. of DutfaloTille, hea Q been known LO charge an auto, when his" dinner hadn't ap-cfd with Jilm, Ard wben he charges, you wcn- der tithe Imperial Limited hano'l got ofl Into the meadow by mistake, Out Ihe funniest an 1 mat In the part doubtless Ihe most sol Bed at the native tie j-afc, who Is 4" bom Tibetan, with a race that Vs halfway an Arab steed d a moo-cow, a grandly sweeping tail, -'and a wonderful glossr hUck coat. which IB of normal lenpth on hla should era and flanks, but toes iota (lie widest aod floppiest- cu friDScs his legs 'and' under body. To begin with, the Eliteen TlbeUas were domi- ciled In Brandon. But howeTcr ex- collect tbe.clloiala of Manitoba mar be, aa a substitute for lit Hlmaliyu It ItavtJ a lew tbings to be d wired, So the yuks were box-currod up after a wblle and taken lo Ben ff where they are dolnj- iplendldlv. uliun: who sVaros with his mother. Krelyu soino o1 the honors o[ oiie of (ho liosi and anectcst pliotoplayi NYw Vork has seen for many a IQUK day. iLUGllleeni, loving anil lovable, siv- year-uld Hussoll lhat he has ln- lierltod much of (ho cxlraordinary in-r- dcvoleil niotlier lie has cunlribnteti TO the tremendous success ol "KcdctuuUou." All seats are oti at (lie lior (if- fire now. C. T. Daley's everlastluy Euu-cjs "Iti OK will be Ihc atiracdoit al ihe Majeciie Ilicatre for ihrr? performances star (lug tonight, acid with tbe special matinee Satur- day aUcrnooii at 2.30 for (he last lime tomorrow night. Ol special In teresi lo Saiurday uight llieatre who wish lu do their shopping b slioiv [hue is (ho aiinouirccmcal ihe ihutt- will 3iarl on Saturday i _" HI uiae o't-loi-k. Tonight the curtain] wl'l rlao sharv ai 8.30. One of T of Ihla seaiio lien "Iji Old Kenl'iclty" iiiiiilitimiiK Hcculc produCtWil is in four acts and eight on a magnificent fl ,rtct' of eicellont tr.< headed tv Miss Jeau uugaicuieil by fanious South baiul. three race 1 wlio atu in the race track i anJ a r'oJucljon seldom eg u ailed on ihe siage All for ilie thrue now on at ihe hoi office'-' I KoJu< tbo uhlih nil iir The J AT STARLAND Mae Murray, tlie popular linie star, Is lipnearing al Siarland tonight and tomorrow in her Iniesi success, 'At Plrtt Sight." Mlsa Murray lia.i icored, many Irfumpha OIL ilic scroea jut outfhlnes any of Ijf.r suc- this great Paramount pic- ure. In iliu transition (rum (tovcrly lo aftluenre she lies aniiilc omiortuu- iy to display htr groat vtrsatiliiy and rnarin.. Among her more remit lurcs. "Qu Reoonl." out ills- llnctly in the mlndB of Slarlan.Vs pat- rons, who will welcome her In the lireseal screen ir'iuuipli. lit addition to the feature z splendid (oinntly car- Loon amJ the latest Gauiuoiu (Jniphlc will be shown. AT THE KMPRESS The "stage struck" girl rind iomcthlng Tor her rnUgMenmcnt in Dorokhy Phillips' prcsenlallon ol "Triumph" al tin; Ktupress loiughtr whan "DIUDUlrd Day" Is again cele- brated. "Triumph" Is Ibr e.vfjosllfon ot a girl's RHibliEnn to attain great- ness and nolorlcly behind Hie Tool- llfihls. She hail set. her neighbors lup of her (alerrts she ap pcareil as Rosalind in an amnlcur show. There was a "professional who had further enlarged her good opinion of her own nullities anil when slio ulffinalely became convinc- ed (hat (lie world was waiting to nay her fulsome liomayc she- decided lo run away from home and umlf-rtuke a theatrical Career. N'DW.Ybrh, OcL special cable It) the llerhld'lroin' Priris says: "Well iuilhenllcAlcd reports Hint have readi- ed here rcveallhat Oermahy has Rone the business ot counterfeiting on a bJff scaled 'rememboreil that stio wna proved lo hav'o lorgeil Ainrrlcar.'pas'epbrta'for the use ol spies and ngonla. tt how apiieara Hint Kho Is flooding Tluasla wlth'counlerfcJI banknolcj, Issued lo the amount of roubles The notes arc marvellous- ly engraved and1, the Initial fa no per- fect (Iiat-only the mosl eipcrls can delect tbe forced troni the real SPEAKS TO TEACHERS. Calgary. W. A. Mcln- lyrc, prlnclnarof- ths Winnipeg nor- mal school Ihe principal speak- er (Ufa morning before the Calgary anil High Jllver Teacheri Asgoclfi- llon, whtcli (9 in nnnual convention. lauglilcr tlirougliout the HUdreas. Dr. Mclntyre declared that the'secret" of success in public school teaching wfls a ait-eel disposition on (he part of the tnnchcr. "There i9 always n way to the heart of the fcald Ihc speaker, "nntl love cntluretli things." The aim, ho declared, should tic (o turn out laclica und scnlleinen rather thnn innclilnea who passed ex nnitnallona. f" Calgary. OcL. Klaesbn. formerly an employee of llje National Elovalor comnany at Vulcan was' sen- tenced this morning lo 23 months In jail [or defrauding tbe company; by moans ol grain ttckets Issued In the names of. fictitious persons, the en- dorsements of by Klncson. PROFESSOR DEAD. Halifax. Ocl. diapalch frVim "Leaves (rom n teacher's MVolfrllle announces tho dcnln "nl lhal was the subject pi Dr. Mclnlyre'a ad- place yesterday of Dr. n. it. JonCa, a ilrcs3 and Ma. many hunisrous professor of clMska Bt marts kcpt; aunlcncio In roars of Acartla University. Oct. The wholesale grocers of Manitoba and Saakatch- BH'fln (iJeilseil thejuselycs lo loyally supporl Food Controller Ilanna and to cooperate in any niovcmenL ollm- Iiialing waste anu1 tor the conserva- tion and economical illatribulton of food. A cominitteft representing the Khole sale grocery trade of the weat l in nlT probability visit Ottawa ATTHEOIU'HEUM "War As It Really being sercn reels o( pictures showing acliitil fight- ing oil the fronl lines in France, in end ftbout Verdun, will be shown ot the Orpheunt I )i cat re am) to- morrow. Following the firs! public showing of Ihe picture in. Canada, Hie Toronto Star commented upon it ,is fol- lows: Crowds packed the theatre Lo the doors from opening until closing time, for (he first sltou'lug in Ihe entire do- minion of "War As It IIcally Ilie marvellous SCTCU reel motion'plclurca which were taken by Capt. Donald An augmented orchestra as .in added adractioii, and a sn- rDDicly drauialic miiatral accomiiani- menl brings .out the novel and thrill- ng points developing In "the 500 scenes shown on (he screen. "The picture raJglil well be called "The French Offensive Before for that is what It really shows, anil any attempt'to describe it hi detail would prove fiillle. as practically every of warfare imaginable Is dis- played. The pictures open with vicwa of the great ramparts of Verdun and Hie shell swept city where fires occur every five minutes of (he day nntl night. The actual destruction wrought by shell fire is displayed as never be- fore; and lhcn the audience Is carried into midst of (lie French nrrny, showing in consecutive stops every operation In Ihe defence of the great esl stronghold on. the allied line." itei( week (o confer with the controller. Tho wholesalers, food ftvcr, do not sec eye lo eye with Mr. Hnnna in the recent regulations nf- fecline package cereals nnd have d Dial jhc order he suspended al l until nricr a'dcleitallon has been n the opporlimllr ot presenting tho case of the wholesalers to Mr. Hanna. DESERTERS COUHTMAHTIALEO. Fort Snelling, Ocl, eral dcsortora from tho United Stales army, faced ..courtmartral al a 'ecncrnl hearing here Ibis aflerooon. Because ol the facl Hint ciescrllon la regarded as a capital otfcnec there la wide Interest in (he outcome of the ln Old Kenlucky" which yc at llio .Mnjcatfc toafcht find Iwicc. on Katunlov i i anil AT THE MAJESTIC deepli' touching feature of evcrj presentallon of Julius Stcgcr's "He dcmption" coming lo Iho Majestic for three ntglitg, starling next Monday la the tenderly syrapadietic interest ol (ho audience lillJe Russell Than-, RM PR-ESS Tonight JLl fc-T Somethlnj for "Singe Struck" Girls la Profitably Contlder Dorothy riiillijjs Screen Queen of Beauty and Talent PrcMnft, In ThrlUIno Scenes an Episodes, "TRIUMPH" jestic Mon. Oct. and Her Son 'I ONE SHOW NIGHTLY AT 8.30. ALL SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE NOW. PRICES 25c, 35c, 50c Reitrve Your Seitt Early. OPT OOfWJD C.TUOMfVON Fiprr PicTuQif SHOVING- ACTUAt At QRPHEUM Tonight AND BALANCE OF THE WEEK Children IQc. Adults 35< RowlaniiCliHord-GitU (Inc.) ins Popullr Ever Written. A Thrllllita Prclurnque and Roniantk ateiy of Kentucky Lift IN OLD The .Spirited jnij Encitlna Race. The Famoui Kentucky Thoroughbred, Queen Bew The Rollicking Fun ol the InlmiUble PIcHanlnnlei Written by C. T. OAZEY The Sironjol ind Moel the Pliy Has Ever Had. COMPLETE.NKW PRODUCTION NOT, A HOR9ES-3 MOVING THE FAMOUS BRASS BAND IIQ NEW STREET PARADE DAILY jl" 26c, 11.00, J1.60 Mallnee ?So, Me AT BOX OFFICE TOMORROW JESSE L. LASKV PRESENTS M-A'K M lllili A-Y 5 IN TO THE'.'RESCUE" Cdmedy CArtooh AT SIGHT" ;