Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
[EH IN THE STREET Completely Restored To Health By "Frolt-a-tives" 382 ST. VAUSH ST., McixrmcAi. "In 1912, I was taken suddenly ill with Acute Stomach Trouble and dropped in tho street. I was (rented by several physicians for nearly two v years, and my weight dropped from 225 r pounds to 160 pounds. Then several of my friends advised mo to try "Fruit- began Io improve almost zvitA the jitst cio3et and by using them, I recovered from lira distressing Stomach all pain and Constipation were cured. Now 1 weigh 203 pounds. I cannot praise "Fruit- n-tives" H. WHITMAN. We. a box, b' for trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by 1'ruifc- u-tives Limited. Ottawa. GRAIN! UneaurJIed facilities tor secur- ing reliable Information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. AH markets. Yru are Invited to make free uof ot this service. Ask tor on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottercll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. F.EE80R, Mar. Phone 1599. Res. Phone 1862. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Gar entire organization is at your service and with our exper- ience can safely guarantee to you the best prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. ON VOTERS' LIST In city council meeting this morn; IIIK it was decided to hold a court of revision ot the municipal voters list next Monday morning at ten oclock. The meeting will bo in .the city council chambers. The arbitration board ot citizens on- nulrlne into tho claim for damages by M. Oillolan against Mrs. Hopkins for damages done to his garden by Mrs Hopkins' cow, reported that the damages' amounted to about and suggested that tho claim bo settled for that amount. Tho claims of the macaroni factory and A. C. Saunders, lessee of tho Mot PHONE 1224 The ladles' gymnastic class will be lold at the Y. M. C. A. tonight at 7.30. Miss Dorothy Richardson spent till) week-end In Taber, tho guest of Miss rlolman. Miss Lewis of the Standard Bank staff visited her brother, Mr. Geoff Lewis, at Tabor, over tho week-end. Mr. Tom Hill of Vancouver Is and A C. Saunders, lessee 01. spending a few days at the home of als building-for dumagos arising out MS brother, Mr. Ii. J. mil- of the flooding of their basements were 'considered. City Solicitor Ball Mlss Hazel B. Toombs, who for he reported that in his opinion the city pivst months has been visltlns not liable and the claimants will her home 1" New London, P. E. I., I returned to the city yesterday morn- ing. 1 bo notified to that effect. Wesley Ladles' Aid extends a very THE LETHBR1DGE DAtLY HERALD IS YOUR HEALTH Woman Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound Restored Her Health. Lima all broken down inhlTltn fromadisplacementOneof my lldy friends came to see me and she ad- vised me to com- mence taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound and to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash. I began tak- ing your remedies and ih two months was a well woman sfter three doctors said I never would up straight again. I was a mid- wife for seven years and I recommended the Vegetable Compound to every wo- to take before birth and after- Liiiuiua JMU uAidiua j to Latta hearty Invitation to all members and and they all got along so nicely wards, anu uicy a.. that it surely is a godsend to suffering women. If women wish to write to 'hted to answer them. adherents of that church io a social gathering to he held tomorrow evening in Wesley hall at 8 o'clock. The en- tertainment and refreshments will be keeping with the evening, "Hallo- we'cn." -women who suffer from displace- weakness, irregularities, ner- All the members of the Daughters neBB backache or bcanne-down and Maids of England who have any .M n'eed the tonic-strengthening work on hand for the sale ot work on 'rtjes Of the roots and herbs con- Saturday next are asked to meet at in Lydia E.Pmkham's Vegetable the home of Mrs. Scott, 128 19th St. Phong M 1922 Calgary Offloe 1645 Lethbridgo RIL 1811 Lathbrldgs For Quota- tions. See Our Agents who are In your district. J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager SftlBERG GRAIN CD, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethbridge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 crop of good clean ap- ples srown in clean or- chards. Your .Rrocer is now gett UE his share right Worn flie orchards in-thc s'lfTi" Alleys ot British Columbia. "When you di- down in- to ah ox of B.C. apples vou will find everv one those at the as ose C. apples are ll the way as K too. i; throug GET A B. C. APPLE .BOOKLET Learn thf tf "1P varieties to buy for win- ter storage, i IJ .1; uo, to prepare 100 las pie dishes fells how free North, on Tuesday at 8.30. asked to bring their finished with them. Miss Marguerite Kill celebrated her tenth birthday on Saturday and her mother, Mrs. B. B. Hill, invited a dozen friends to spend the afternoon with her. and a thoroughly enjoyable time was spent. The tea table looked very patriotic with its decorations of flags and crimson roses. Mrs. Hill was assisted by Miss Florence Hill and Miss Myrle O'Hagen. Tho Women's Civic Club were In charge of T. B. Keith's store all Sat- urday and as a result was realized. The members sold the goods and re- ceived a percentage on everything, 'hen a table of home cooking soon iound ready sale. Afternoon tea was served at. small tables decorated Hallowe'en favors. The proceeds will be used to send Christmas parcels to the Lethbridge soldiers overseas. Miss Gladys McKelvie. of Calgary, a niece of Mr. A. L.-McKelvie.and Miss McKelvie of this city, gave a piano recital on Thursday evening In the ball room of the Palliser. The Cal- gary Herald In describing Miss Mc- Kolvie's musical triumph says; Combined with her ability for musi- cal Interpretation and power of tech- nique, Compound. A" are, y work the Lyuia Co. LJUO, Masa. ___ To-night in the Churches At the Queens of Avalon meet. At St. at eiglK o'clock in the vestry the young people meet. What the Press Agents Say After a Successful Showing and Sale last week of these beautiful B.C. Show Apples, we have arranged for another Carload, all No. 1 Grade Apples, the very pick of the B.C. Orchards. Included in this specially selected assortment. Spies, Kings, Greenings. Jonotlians, Baldwins, Winter Bananas, Eoman Beauties, Spitzen- bergs, Nonesuch, Ganos. Take your choice of these Splendid Winter Apples. At the Empress "Man and His one of the] greatest productions ever made, and, in which Francis X. Bushman and; Beverly Bayne the foremost of screen stars arc seen in the stellar roles, will be the attraction at the bm- press Theatre tonight. This remark- OPTIONS provide the cheap- est means of carrying your grain over winter. PREMIUMS now offering for special shipment on barley TELEPHONE us for billing instructions. IN direct touch with European buyers through own export depart- ment. 'ONE better equipped to give you service, SECURE our bid before selling. James Richardson and Sons, United 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1857. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Res Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 N Merchants Wish- ing tobe Patriotic And handle B. 'C. Apples and help over one hundred B. C. Apple Growers who are fighting In the trenches Can secure them from The Lethbridge Mercantile Co., Ltd. Who are Southern Alberta Head- quarters for British Columbia Apples. erp nique, Miss McKelvie has a charming stage appearance and a winning per- sonality that at once wins admiration. The Calgary friends who have known her since childhood are predicting a brilliant future for her The dansant at the Chinook Club on SnLurday afternoons proved very pop- ular again last week-end and an en- joyable two hours was spent, the ma- jority present dancing after they had had tea. Among those present were: Mr and Mrs. J. B. Turney, Mr. and Mrs B. C. Guilbault. Mr. and Mrs. R. T Brymner. Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Mrs G. R. Tinning, Mrs. BV A. Stoltze. Mrs. Laffertv, Mrs. Kellogg, Mrs. Downer. Miss Miriam Stoltze, Miss Attree of Nelson, Miss Dowsett, Miss Phyllis Becker ot Medicine Hat, Miss Helen Galvin. Miss Marlon King, Miss Smith, able picture produced by the Quality Pictures Corporation for Irasfl on the a..- promises to be the sensation of the year Mr Bushman and Miss Bayne are surrounded an unusually strong; Bupportlng cast, including Helen Dun- Dar Grace John Davidson, Edward Brenuan, Charles H. Prince, and other stage and screen artists Also Billy Ritchie in a screaming reel L-Ko Komedy. The Last Week of this Magnificent Picture Offer Professor Burt will continue painting these famous oil paintings all tliisweek ri-ht up until 10 o'clock Saturday, .November 4th. inis our customers five whole days in which to save the sales slips and secure for themselves an oil painting F-roe. Size 12x20 inch painting given with every purchase. Size 18x34 inch painting given witli every 120.00 purchase. e Marion Smith, Miss .Isabel! Miss Downer, Supt. P. W. Penne- f After, Corporal J. Wallace, Sergt. Home and Messrs. Maveety, Rock, Stanley Home, Maclean and Donald Duff. At St Mary's hall on Thursday night a very enjoyable social and dance was given by tho Federated Trades Railroad Employees. Tho so- cial was held by tto members and their families with the Idea of getting acquainted with each other, and after the success of this first party another one Is being planned to take place he- General Manager Bucks arrives in Medicine Bend to investigate the loot- ing of wrecked cars on Superintend- ent McQlond's division. Whispering I Smith, the company's detective, knows that Murray Sinclair is the lender at- the thieves, but because of his love for Marion, Sinclair's wife, Smith does not disclose, this fact to the railroad officials. McGloud refuses to place binclair back at his position of manager of the wrecking crow. The latter Is en- raged and decides to "get" McGloud. He instructs his accomplice, Du Sang, dence and in addition stated that he for Jas. Wood, and pleaded guilty for I IS WED rl6 insirucLh uio to shoot the superintendent. The plan Is foiled, dire to the intervention of Tony' Wlckwire, a loyal follower of Smith's, who overheard the plan. From this point In Frank Hamilton Spearman's gripping story, thrilling events follow each other in quick suc- cession. The killing'of the sheriff by Sinclair and the duty forced upon Smith to round up the husband of the his client, >vho it seems rooms in the above restaurant. He asked that cle- mency lie shown his client because the man was laboring under the im- pression that as he was not able to get home every night he was entitled to keep the liquor in his room. De- tective Hesketh for the crown said that they had received numerous com. plaints and asked that an example be made. He was fined 575.00 and costs, or a total of Tl-e ca-e against Chum Lee necessi- tated the services of an interpreter. Detective Schoeppe gave evidence that lie entered the Royal Restaurant ac- to some from'.'ThBrs.day after paying the ex- penses and it will be given to the Patriotic Fund. Tho committee who arranged this successful entertain- ment was composed of Messrs. J. K. Bernard. A. Glnnyillc, E. Turner. R. Dtggory, J. Wtghtman and H. C. Mock- ford, the secretary ui the association Mr Bernard acted as chairman and made a few introductory remarks be- fore commencing the program, which consisted of the following numbers: solo Miss Vera Glanville; song, Holmes is the central figure does some of the most effective work of some of the most eiiecuve vi. atternoou her brilliant carees as a great emo- ing iiQUOr in a place taat v tional actress. This feature will be resiae3ce. ,____ Wednesday and Ti HoviM-Mso. solicitor. (Special to the Ilcralil) Piucher Creek, Oct. 20. Detectives. LUL; Schoeppe and Hesketh, of iefl by Detective Hesketh am. naid an unexpected visit to Pincher uyo constabies, that he had searched Creole on Friday and were the tinm- accused.s room and found two full vited guests of Chum Lee, the proprt etor of the Royal Restaurant. j otner The visit to the above place arrested Chum Lee. Detective red at shortly after 10 p.m., and as a; corroborated the above evi sequel ,T. and Chum Lee were, found e'ight empty cases that had been, lisad for liquor shipped from B. C. Clmm Lee through the interpreter, claimed to have been asked to keep the liquor for .T. Wood. also re- ceived a fine of and costs or SS3.50. ,The name of Chas. Collins was also on the docket tor an alleged serious infraction of the present liquor, act, but he was not to be found and his case had to be adjourned. DENYING THE CHARGE Toronto, Oct. meeting of tho executive of the Presbyterian Church Union committee was Thursday, when it was held here decided to send out a statement refuting impres- sions given publicity as a result of the convocation of a new Presbyterian. church association. seque _ up before Inspector Junget on Satur-1 day afternoon each charged with keep-1 t was not a OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAP OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Wfltt or phone at our If you have grain to handle. can Miure you the price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and Bowels. Piano solo, Miss Children love this "fruit Mrs. Hosteller; song and nothine else cleanses tender .jarvis; song, Mr. J. Wlghtman, piano waste, sluggish, stomach ,ord; descriptive sours, then your little onf becomes j Ruth, Nora and Iris Glanvme, vie cross half sick, feverish, don't eat, I toria ward, Masters sleep or act .naturally, breath Is and Harry syslem fall of cold, has sore Ihroat, j Hosletter; step dance, Miss stomach ache or diarrhoea. Listen. gongr Mrs. Humphrey; Har- Molher! See If tongue is coated, then Hgon; C0rnet solo, Mr. Russell, read- live a.teaspoonfnl of "California Syrup in song, Mr. Mockford; violin of and in a few hours all the 8election, Mr. Holmes; song, Mr. conillpaled -waste, sour bile anil undl-j song, Mr. Murphy, song, gested food passes out of the system. Mr Adolphson; comic song, Mr. jar- "nrt vmi hnvn' a well, playful child ,s At the conclusion of the program the" ladles served supper which the men had provided, Misses Brooks nouring the coffee. Then the floor puujma enlnvad un- and you have' a Millions of mothers give "California Syrup ot Pigs" because It Is perfectly harmless; children love it, and it never falls to act on the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask your drugglsl for a bottle of "California Syrup of which has full dlrecllons for babies, children of all ago and for grown ups plainly printed on the bottle. Be- ware of counterfoils sold here Gat line genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company V Refuse any other [kind nouring e was cleared and dancing enjoyed un- THE SHOOTING OF DAN GEROUS DAN McQREW." EMPRESS WED. A THURS. NEXT dhown at Starland Wednesday and Thursday. At The Orplifura QOOD PANTAGES BILL The new program of unequalled vau- devihe comes to Lcthbridge tonight with very flattering promises of a splendid entertainment; every num- ber of this aggregation is In a class by itself and has won many honors m the cities where it has played. The London Singing Bell Ringers is a quintette of boys in a combination singing and instrumental number call- Moments Musical." j he "Betting Bettys is a racy, pacy mualcal comedy featuring two very- funny comedians and a bevy of pret- ty girls, who sing and dance in a re- markable manner; the costuming and scenic effects of this number add greatly to the efficiency of the piece. Slgbee's Acrobatic Dogs will pre- sent something new and different in the animal line: these clever dogs go through a routine of difficult tricks without any commands amK seem to enjoy their work as much as the audi- ence does. Olive Briscoe, the unusual comodi enne will render a repertoire of char acter songs, each different from the other, and for each number she has a different gown or dress. finifth and Kaufman, -two men, wll present a comedy skit entitled, "J Mldnlghl which is fill k Bevcrldge, solicitor, appeared Doctor Described Vino! To Restore Strength to This Weak, Nervous Woman. Many fair minded doctors prescribe Wnol because they know of what It is made viz beet and cod liver pep. mae vz- ones, iron and manganese peptonates, and elycerophosphates, with a mild onic wine. They know these are the jldest and most famous tonics. Read he result in Mrs. Mason's case, "I keep house for my little family of two, and got into a weak, nervous, run down condition. I was tired and weak and did not know what ailed me. My doctor prescribed Vinol. I noticed an Improvement before I had finished the first bottle and now I am feeling fine and doing' all my housework. Mrs. M. S. Mason, 203 Passiac St., Trenton, N. J. Every weak, nervous, run-down person, feeble old people and delicate child', in Lethbridge should try Vino on our offer Io return their money if H fails to D. Hlginbo ham Co., Ltd., Druggists, dge. Also at the best druggists in all Al- berta towns. Lethbridge Milk Supply Thoroughly Safeguarded Absolutely Safe, Clean, Pure IF YOU BUY IT FROM The Crystal Dairy Limited WHERE IT IS Pasteurized and Clarified And All Dottles. EU., Sterilized.