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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1917 THE' I.ETHBWnGE PAGE FIVH E nrn (From Our Own CorrtsiKm'lrnlJ riocDer Creek, rain en Thursday and Friday was cuoueli to harvest lor Q couplR ot dij'6, tut Indications arc that they will Lo In full RV.IUR before this appears In itrinl. 7hero was a lieavy frost on PrUny night, lint whether It was aevera enough to hurt ibo vrlinal reinMna to seen, Oen- crally (t is thought thai the ivlical stand it without hnnn. The tvhwil la turning out away lioyonrl ei- Do you ever have That discouraged feeling often comes from a disordered stom- ach, or an inactive liver. Get your digestion in shape and the bile acting the "blues" will disappear. You will soon be cheerful, if you lake TheHouse-wtfeS Dependable Ally Headquarters of the Canadian Fore- s ID Frauce. Sent. (Hy the taria- Overseas CorrcatundonU. A raost Buctesalul minor operation veas arr'ed out early this morning north f which resulted JH Iho iieuciru- Ian of the enemy's line end coinuiunt- otion ircncJiL's on a fronl ot about six un'lreJ yards and the establishing ot new ouluosl line well In advance of hose formerly occupied. Many 01 llie neiny were killed and wounded, and number o[ prisoners were laHen be usJuK to (he Bet-Olid Ouartl of Ibe tcsurve UegLnicuU. Tlio result or the operation, which vus carried out by the men of Mas'- 'S PILLS the people's remedy for life's: common ailments. Thsy act thoroughly on the stomach, liver and Sowels, and soon reg- ulate and strengthen these im- portant organs. Purely vege- no harmful drugs. Whenever you feel despondent a few doses will Make Things look Brighter 5.U of Anr Medicine 25c. W. A. Dodd TAILOR Holder of First Class Cerlilicale, London, England. PHONE 1S1Q 2ft THIRTEENTH Best workmanship and a perfect fit guaranteed. ueclallcms and will "average up well. Tliicdhliig is coinincucing. W. II. i9 EtLirtlnK right away atiJ Alf. I'elluilcr commenced llircslilng (im- othy last week. Two more ol Flnchcr Creet'a sons hiivo niailo Ihe supreme sacrifice Word was reeciveJ on Thursday "Kit Hob Slmrpe lud been killed in action nnd on Friday Ilic news came thai Theodore Smlili had died for hts couit try- I'LC, SLarp was a stm of K. Strarj) nl one lime a confcctlouer Iierc, Iml wlu Icfl nLoui ihrce j'cara ago. .Mrs, rit fs (bought to tic Hvlog at coast. The iclcgram wns senl licrn anil friends liave nllcudcj lo.scc llial It was forivarded lo the e. Pic. Smith Is Iho son or Mrs Chas. Siultii, a widow who has olsu another sun at tho front. Ho u (Ine Gtrnpiling lad and a genera] fav- orite and Uie news of his death came as n severe shock to ME mnny Irlends The sympathy of a host ot Irletids Is tended lo Hie bereaved' family. Tlic iluck HhooLcrs were busy nil slJca of the loivn nt daybreak t nJDK, Clooil luck attended those who made an-csrly slarL and some fine brouRhl In. The northern ducha have pul In tliclr pcarance HIK! coiiEeciuontly Ihe size of llie fowl are much bigger tlian would bavo been Ibo case liatl the hunters liaU Lo dciieml on Ihe loca supply. One parly brought in 29 bcaullos before S o'clock Ihls morn IHE. The lann labor situation. Is not bj any tnoans ncutc In this district. In qulrlea among prominent farmers al polnl to the [act lhat there (9 sufflc lent lielp lo hanillc the harvest with out assistance from an? unusual enur ces. In this district Hie-harvest Is usually spread out over several u'e as several ii If fere tit varlellcF of croiis are grown ntid this means that Ihej arc not nil ready for harvesting a Uie one time. By the time linking i finished fail wheal Is-ready and Ihen conios spring wheal and barley lo followed by oals, wlilcli ol harvesting being spread instead having lo all done within a vcrj limited time, Threshing hovvovcr las the available help as the far mets, seem dcterinJiicd- to gel thol crops threshed. aa soon as posstbl anil every outfit llial can man a rrci will be busy Inside ol lyro .weeks ac cording lo present in dice.'.Inns. OP AUTO LIVKHY AND DRAYING f Boulton's Auto Livery KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. PHONE US AT ANY HOUR OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. Pbone 12O6 KONTREAL GLASGOW Alberta Men Again Make Big Gain Near Lens lob a and Alberta with loss lu themselves, la thai in iho region norili of Lens our outpost lino lias'Tjecn vaiiced some 2Cti yards nearer ilic i-Ily I ban teioro and in a WOT-? tavnrab'.e position for observation. this opferalion was in vro- gress, auolhcr parly ol our men ad- vyiiced eastward for a distance along the enemy's romnmnl- cation trenches eastward tm the uorth ol Lena, Heavy shelHug by our artillery In this sector h'js forced ilui ( 10 abandon llielr first line neirtli-defauec, ami la use shell holes instead. Several large explosions ctcurred last afehl and this morning. GILLETTS It not only softens Iht but doublet the Infl power of soap, and miHoa wrolesama. REFUSE lovt. is Providing for Many New Wharves in the East Ollawa, Sept. Micro prac- ically HO prcltmlnarlea In the coin-1 nuns this aUcrnoou liefore the housu rcaumod the consideration of estim- ates in committee ot supply. I Sir Robert Dordeu tabled the ortler- n-couudl military ad- Isory council at In session al ho capital the purpose or assist.- ng the minister ot justice to aduiinls- cr the Military Service Act. Public works estimates ilrst came uiulcr review hi coniinlttcc oJ supply, he first votes under consltleralion iig small sums tor wlmi vus In tho rnarilimo provinces. Ojijioslllon members from Nova Sco- tia criticized some ol the votes on the scoro tlial they hail been placed In Iho stiiHilcs for purposes only. George Kyle askeil the acting min- Islcr (Hon. J. D.-lteld) ir the govern- ment had more money to spetid on ivliarvcs this year tnan last. Tlie qups- lion was based upon the circunistan'c- cs tbnl a number of new wharves arc provided tor. IJr. Held explained lhat the esti- mates had been prepared by lion. Itob- erl Ilogers and he was not entirely familiar with them. Mr. Kyte suggest- ed Uiat Ihe member Tor St- Autolnd (Str llobert shouM produce the chart prepared by him In 1011 showing Lhc numuer of wharves then provided for in (Le martime provtnees. A cliart showing the present situation as lo he said, ivoulrt show that the Conservative parly had gone back ilii record when Jn opposition, J. 11. Sinclair ol Guysboio, wanted lo know on what principle llie voles for wharves were put in ibc estimates. Ihe voles for necessary works inly? Dr. Hold said thai owing to Llie lack if railway facilities on Ihe Atlantic consL It was desirable to give Ihe peo- ple nil Ibe wharfage facilities possible, The sum In the estimates, he said overed only the most pressing re- quiremcnls of people. Caplaln W. F. Carroll, member for Soulli Capo Rrelon. moved lo strike out an ilcm ol a new wharf on East Bay la his own constituency: He IntimMed.hls willlnEneas to take his criances with Ills constituents, claimiDg. that iho wharf would serve no useful purpose. A. K. Maclean, of Halifax, said tlial every ilcm for new wharves In the province of Kora Scolia should bo Iropped, because Ilic work t-ould nut proceeded with this year anyway. Mr. Davidson, of protested catnsl tills sugeestlon. Mr. Clements, of pro tested aralnst llie voles for wharves In Us constituency being (Iropjted, They were all lie salJ, Mr. Chlsholm, of luverncss, said mosl of tlie voles for Ills conctiiuency wero for work which should have been done before to prevent deterioration. Davidson aslted the niemlK-r IOT Inverness If he would co.iseut to tlje Hems for Inverness county being drop- ped. Jlis contention was lhat Rome work be done every year in order to Keep the wharves in repair. Tho wharves In repair. The v.-ork could be done this winter and it rild nut mailer whetherihe sums were votcii now or at the next session. Dr- Held asserted that tn nearly an cases the work could be done this fall- Mr. Carroll in referring to the drop- ping of-.Iho Buna for one wharf In his own, constituency said he desired to elate that he entirely approved of the other voles for wharves In South Cape Breton. Hon. Charles Marcll asked the min- ister whether he would now adopt Ilio lioHc.y when the member of (he con- ulltucncy in which it is located asks that It be dropped. Or. Hold said if would all dopond upon the circumstances. AT THE QRPHEUM The i-holodrama "The which vus shown al ihf; Or um last nlelH lor Ibo lime, is 1 .sMertfd tho successor "The? Spoilers." fioih stories were wrhicu liy lies Deach, produced Ly Hie director, unJ cnucleil the- saino slara lhal appeared In "The Spoilers." 1th makes the pruducllou in every detail. ''The Xo'er-Uo-Well'1 not con- tain a dull moment. There are hanil- loband tonfllcts, u great [Ire. ueauil- ful tropical' scenery, and the odil nooks and corners of old Panama lu ill their plcluresnuencES. it will be repeated tonight. AT STAHLAND Xorma TalcnaJse, (lie popular Selz- nlck-Plctures, will Lc scon on iho Kcrccir a I Slarland tomorrow anil Thursday Jn her latest fculurc Jraina. "Popjij'-" This Is .idaptfi) from the play by HOD Teal and John K Hit- ter, wblcli wap from Cvnthla SloOrley's novel. The- story U In- iensely Jraniollc; throughout dealing wllh Ihe life of a young girl grad- uates from drudgery in rerinoment. .Miss Tfllmartse plays ilic part ol Poppy Dcslin, whose llfo Is moulded by three men, Luce AbltiRer Hie un- scrupulous, Dr. llramlian the generous. an'l Kvclyn the lover. .Murray llir will ajiuear fur the 11 tut- lonlglit "i'nL- Ml tig." AT THE EMPRESS tr ilian Letter, in Uiiiu most of the sturies thus roviik'.l for Jlary ?lInter, Is ICIfliard Harry's al miiress fcr the last (fnie tonight. Tin's Id tiot a rcnuirkalilo pJcluri; one ol (Usttucl lUami and effective ra malic value. ft Mi.-? Minter ILI tnc Kind of a diarucicr for which she U eminently suiicdj and the cupport provided by Thomas Carrlgan, Marty Ulakeinore, r'n-ilcrick Titiiimrsli and Frank De ua is ot the best, m Minu-r Is very as the feus in inv nnrvivor ol an old crii iiiiiiily, whose wealth la eon- 10 unliuuroved land ot question- for the pur- i-Uase or this jiropcrly glvo Iho alory hiarl and brint; uboui llic uiectliiE of Lovely Mary and Roland Manning) !ie agc-rti for a northern, inveuiug company, who fi LiildiiiK In opposlitoa to iLf; of anolhcr puny, Iho man responsible for (lie as audience koows. AT THE MAJESTIC Onn o! lliu most timely attractions booked to play Ine .Majestic Theatre this season Is "Tho Independence o[ Beleium" a wonderful'serles or motion proilucod in natural colora. The complete history of Hip struggles ot heroic Belgium from I33u to nro'pictured in an interesting manner. IT COSTS NO MORE TO RIDE. IN A Comfortable Car We a 7-p3iienoer Hudson In care an experienced and care- ful The Hudson Auto Livery Phonec: pay Nlftht 1269 J. PAPPAS, Owner DRAYING Phones 134J sr Turner Witchell Kennidy'i 410 I31h St CoalC.O.D. OTT'S AUTO LIVEKY Phone 1540 Nlaht Phone 7S7 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited P. f. Frtljht C OfTU............ Ttll FORSALE (Jiiccn Victoria JParl; Lois 12, n, Zl -nd 26, Block 9. (nine) Qt e3ch. Terms to purchaser. APPLY BOX, HERALD. ,212-12 WANTED! Parly or Parties to Cat 220 acres of Flax North of Chin, Alberta or Inquire of EDWIN JOHNSON CO. Ellison Milling Coaldlle 22J-6 Oxy-Acetylene Welding The modern method of uniting metals by beating vriihoul ham- mering or compression. If It's melal we can weld H. The piece will be slrongcsL where It .li welded. w. N. KUTII 321 Sth St. S. Ntxl lo Herald, FARM LABOR or Boas- ley KinjiIoymoiH Agency fpi" Your We have a large riumher ol good men arriving r.very day. We on our a num- ber of good cooks, male and fe- male, atso separator men and en- gineers, both gas and steam with good papfrs. We can also pUce 25 bundle teams at attractive figures. FREE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU MR. A. 0- LAMONT, of the Department of Agriculture, Edmonton, has opened an office 3n ihe Board of Trsi'e Building, for the distribution of labor In Southern Afherta. Farmers requiring help and men in search of work can get together by seeing Mr. Lament. Call, write or phone, I50ARD OF TRADE BUILDING LETKBRIDOE We are new located In our STORE At 407 Fifth Street OPPOSITE ORPHEUM THEATRE Anil showing, a wide ituoiL- nicnt of itilc up-lo-date styles Jn MILLINERY THE ITTHBHIDGE MILLINERY CO. L, A. Scott, Mjr. CALL US For Harvest Help cox co. 330 FIFITH STREET S. PHONE 1808 Ollunu. Sept. Hen., iho now secretary of etale, i.iarte his India t apcarance liefore Iho hoiiac as sponsor for (he estimates ol that department. Wlieu ah Item of (o cover Ihe cost of the Me- '.eoit-Tdlier commission was ip, .Mr. Mcifihen eiplained lhat DID coaC o( the commission, so far as iiic accounts are received ivss JJ.SOO. This nclndns coufiscl's fees of sec- retary JSOO, and costs of one commis- sioner ?S35. A.'1C. asked tbe cost of Ihe commission was A mtitler pi concern In parlJarncnt. "Oeenuso it'-was appointed by par-' Mr. replied. "Dy the sugRCEtcd Sir Wilfrid Lauricr. Sir. .Mclglien replied thai appoint- menl of the commlaaton by Ihe ROT-.' crrunenl made parliament responsible. Hon, Charles. Marcll nskcd If Iho dominion hail any authority In regard to the matter, Mr. Mcighcn replied Innt n report rcllecllne upcn ft prominent public mnn Hobcrl was a Eltlmalo Rutjcftl ot Intiulry. Slr WHfrld Lauricr mem- bers of the opposition maintained the ftniUngri of Mr. .histlco Gait wna n matter with which tho Domfnl.m should not have Interfered. After tbc debate had continued for some time, A. K. McLean that, the Item he Htnick out. This wna warmly opposed by R. n. Bennett of Calgary, who there was no erld- encc against WANTED! and cnt Open for repair jolis on gas or atcam enemies, or for season's threshing run. Satisfaction gua'r- anteDrt, L, E. EVANS Brtidle Block Phone 224-1 South Alberta Casualties KILLED (N ACTION Tl. J. aiin-p, Piiicuui ,V. P. Lowla. Mnclcoii. T. Smith, Plncher Creek. EVACUATED SOME TIME AGO. Washington, Sepl. was cvncuntcrt by Iho civilian poplilUion nncl Torolen connaiila mnr. Tills wits !lic ncwl (n olflchl dfapalch, wttli mnclr myalery nt the time, and over which so miich iirnsshiess wn< Thresiiermen Don't Waste-- .Your-valuable lime In coming to the city looking for men but Ptione j, Harris Co. We hsvc a crew ready for you anytime you call up. Residence Phone 1427 AUCTION SALE OF Horses and Rigs PRESENT .STOCK OF TIIU PALACE LIVERY ON Wednesday, Sept. 5th AT ONE O'CLOCK AT THE PALACE LIVERY, LEVHoRlDOl 15 head of hprt'es.'all isound, driven and worx none.. Cabs, llghl dray, surrey, single and doubtt harness and TERMS CASH F. C. BENT, Prop. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer oellg P.retcnU Rex Beach's Mar- veloui Story of Love, Romance and in Pjnamn M. Coombes TEACHER OF Voice, Piitno and Ilannoiiy Letkbridfe Conservatory of Mosic ROOM 1, PHONE Hi In order to aeclire Ne'er Do Weir Featuring Kalh.yn Williams