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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1910 -'-The Duke oTConnaught Visits Aviation School MOTHERS WHO KNOW SJOMS OF For making soap. For washing dlthas. For cleaning and disinfecting For re.Tiovl.ia- ordinary from drain and eliika. aay there IE nothing can equal Zura- Buk tor their children's all- and InJurlH. Nothing Is so 'eoothln; or so q'llcklj ends pain. .Being entirely free from poisonous drugs and animal fats, Zam-Buk ii suitable for tho most sensitive skin the skin of a baby. Mrs J. Knox. ot Pine Creek. writes: "I should like to Zam-Buk to all mothers. I consider it an invaluable house- hold where there are children. My little "daughter had a rash break out "her wrists and hands during teeth- Ins hut freouent applications of Zam-Buk kept the skin soft, ended the irritation, and very soon the rash was completely cured." Zam-Buk is equally good for eczema, ring-norm, old sores, ulcers, abscesses, blood-poisoning, piles, 'cuts, burns, and all skin injuries. 50c box. 3 for J1.25, Pll druggists, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Send Ic. stamp for postage on free "trial Sol. Acting Canadian High Commission- er who iipou opening the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto stated that the entrance of Roumania meant the beginning of the end. "Canada will have, a great opportunity in the oerlod of said Sir George. It is not vilification" said MA Jlac- in a speech made at Vancou- ver, ".to tell tho a fact they are entitled to as a matter affecting the public interests LEIilGEASA iMsraofcon That Lethbridge is.becoming recog nized as quite an important livestock centre is opinion expressed bj Geo. M. Hatch today, and, a big stock yards business here in a few years -thaT foTvears i h A eo.pl. Qf days aso a debasing the Position of .attorney-gen-1 carload of cattle was shipped here eral by his connection as solicitor- All the animals were disposed Situation Completely Reversed From What it Was 2 Weeks Cent Rate "S O S." call! were sent out yester- day by Southern Alberta farmers for J50 harvest hands. "It hit us right be- tween the said J. Rossiter of Harris and Co., employment agents. 'The situation is completely reversed to what It was two weeks ago. Then had lota of men looking for jobs tint the wet weather was delaying har- TSsting. Now the men are being snap- ped up faster than we can get them." However, Calgary has some spare jnen and they "are beiae rushed down. It is. also believed that the military officials will grant the soldiers on har- vest furlough an additional two weeks, wjiich will help out some. 'The calling in of all Kilties on har- Tost leave. is one of the reasons for tile shortage. There were about 250 of them in the fielos, mostly in South- ern Alberta. are about the same as oh: talned last year. handled the issuing of one cent fares for the provincial gov- efhment was in the city yesterday. In his opinion the one-cent fare rate for Southern Alberta should go into effect about three weeks later than was tho case this .year and remain in ef- fect about three weeks later. 'Threshing gangs will be made up next week. general with railway corporations, con- struction companies and numerous other concerns doing business with the government." "The Liberal Mr. Ma'cdonald declared, "have placed themselves on record on this question, both in con- vention and in numerous public utter- that no attorney-general under a Liberal government will have direct- or indirectly, remotely or otherwise, a'ny connection with any firm of solic- itors doing business with'the govern- ment or with any department of the government. In this he went "so much business is neces- sarily done, with the government la connection with lands, coal lands, tim- ber, mining, railways, fields of commercial that no at- torney-general can consistently or pro- perly be' privately interested in legal business on the hand and on the other, guard the public interests for which he is paid. The astonishing thing is that Mr. Bowser has defied public, sentiment so ioig. The peo- ple wiii end it in a few days." VOICE SOUNDS DISTINCTLY A new telephone, transmitter ai- t'acbmeht- so regulates the vibrations of the' diaphragm that the voice sonnds distinctly 'whether, its user Is close to distance from the in- without trouble. Yesterday two more arrived and the demand for these is big. Mr. Hatch states that stock ers and breeding stock constitut most of the business yet, but a: Southern Alberta farmers find the: can ship to Lethbridge and sell o come to Lethbridge and buy. the busi ness will grow into'a flue. one for til citv The business in handling shee is "also growing, hut there is Httl doing in hogs! Calgary is still th the summer the C. P. R. ha carried the city water supply to thei stockyards. Hatch and Lewis nav an agreement with the company fp the use of the yards aid have bin an office there, so that the foundatio of a stockyards business for Letl th armers fa there nromises to be a great deman for cattle and many of them will b cleared through Lethhridge. BUY WAR HORSES Representatives of the Entente A lies now are buying war horses East St Louis, 111., at the rate of I.i0o a week, and the United States govern- ment is buying SOD a week. Since the bridge has been laid. When farmers sell their wheat this Mermt of the Catndian VMdtion 1 raid _________ Duchess and Princess at the Exhibition GOOD MEALS 25c up AT THE LETHBRIDGE CAFE 106 FIFTH ST. S. PRIVATE BOOTHS xx LUNCH COUNTIR CHAMPION THROWER HURT New York Sopt T McOrath the New York policeman who holds the world's record for throw ing the M nound weight. Was ken to a hospital Sunday in a critical condition ntter a fall from a platform Physicians said his spinal cord was in- jured. interested nix............. Yorke, Lady-in-waiting; i Is oel Marshall, President of u> Enid Hendrie; Princess the Exhibition Association strument. men s uyng war began the French, British, Ital- ians, and Belgians have bought about L'laOOO horses at an estimated cost of SSS.OOO.OOO. is standing Behind Miss YorKe. PRESENTATION AT TABER (From Our Own Corresppnclont) Tabcr, Sept. .very; jleasmg surprise party'. -met tonight at the abode of Jlr. Wm. Leanon of laber, when he, was presented with a hand- INFANTILE PARALYSIS CLAIMS A PHYSICIAN Sept. Earno P.feck, first aslistant resident physic- ian at the municipal hospital here, who had attended hundreds of chil- dren stricken with infantile paralysis, died yesterday the same disease. He was taken ill last Fndai and steadily grew worse despite heroic efforts made bv other physicians to stave his life He was "4 years old The 201st Battalion under command of Col B V Hagany, is to oe am- algamated with some other overseas unit owing to .is not being vet re- cruited up to strength. Col. Hagarty is assuming again the active duties of principal of Harhord Collegiate, To- ronto. HERE'S A REAL SERMON WITHOUT WORDS GraplNuts Gets Attention- First, because of its delicious flavor Then again, because it is ready to eat 1'resh and crisp from .the package. But the big "get at- tention" quality is its abundance of well-bal- anced, easily digest- ible nourishment. For sound health, every Uible should 1 have daily ration of a-Rewon" Cerexl Ont. Mr. Lonnon who for the past Jour- teen months has been, employed by the Canada West Coal Co, as blacksmith; is now leaving to go to Banff; Mr Lennon is one of the pioneers ot: .STSu.? regent, Mr. Oidman, in making the presentation said that, he had not known very long, but long enough to be sorry at his going and regret that the S. O. B.; is .losing so valuable a member: -i Songs and given by 11. Maning, Mr. Gidman, Mr. .Rintoul Rci D R MacWillUros BD and Ma-W illiams have left for Japan >iere the} rill ropieaent the Metho dist church Mr MacWIlliams' home is at Camden East Ont and Mrs Mac- ilhttms who was a bride in June is a daughter of Mr VMber Winter dep- utj of Haldhnsnd township. Wieklow, Ont. H K Caskes ot Toronto} has bean appointed aceeia< with, the Presbyterian sions in New YoVk m-cennect on -with campaignvbelhg toaugurated to raise Sl.OOOjOOO fori_apecial equip- ment lii misBion LAST TIMES .TONIGHT. THE 'BEAUTIFUL'TALENTED STAR Lillian Walker in 'MRS. DANE'S DANGER' A Splendid 4-Reel Vitagraph Drama the Press Agents Say At the Orphenm Tr is our la t chance to see the The Playing With with Male. Pe trova the gifted emotional actress m the stellar role; will be shown here at the Empress Theatre tonight foi the last time This five actMetro wonderplay was produced by the-Popular Plays and and is one of the strongest vehicles ever provided for Mme Pe- trova Unlike many of her character! them for the next three days Ike atConcj island ffhis is a Weber nd Fields lt ls orim ull ot comeclj throughout The com dians and chorus will be seen it heir best lou will a show to igllt at popular prices. _ The bas relief called (Dnnk' executed bv Mane Apel teaches a wonder M temperance Kason The bloated features of the hushwd and the worn haggard wee of the wife speak more eloauentlj than a gifted oratoi Another returned soldier arrived in Lethbridge last night in the person of John Taylor, 1617 1st Ave. N. Driver Taylor went to England last fall with the draft from .the 39th Battery. While in training in England he was 'kicked .in .the side b- for active ser- vice, iw-'wafl in the hospital time, and even yet walks with diffi- culty He wai met here by J. R. Oliver local representative of thP Military Hdipitali CoipmiMlon. Mr. Taylor dW not care 'to tell-much of his exper- iences in Englan'd as the trip had completely tired him out. He stated, however, that when the horse knocked him out, the man to pick him up was the late Serft. E. J. Mc- Kenzie, who also went with the draft. Driver Taylor waa Campbell, Horne'e before Smash! Bang' Anay went the city police court record this morning After 72 days in which never a man appear- ed in the dock on the charge of drunkenness, the record went by boards when Vernon Avery was listed on the police court alate as drunlr. He didn't appear either, a proxy answer ing for him The circumstance! were explained to Magistrate Elton and he tacked on the usual, three and costs Ayery picked tip by the police on Sunday in a helpless condition Where he got the tanglefoot remains t mystery but it is believed It was imported from Mlthel But anyway Lethbridge's proud record U broken Campbell, _.mpathetic role that W thou-ands of new Admirers wm At Starland "plendid which "The of Noblemen hiv mare than trebled durlnf tin pti three Have you tried enf litelyr fn Her Latest Success Playing with Fire A Metro Wonderplay In.five Great Acts at the FMPRESg "UU Time TONIGHT K-r She It the moat beautiful and legitimate screen star of the ;day. Is positively wonderful. Mrs Danes four reel Vitagraph drama Lillian walker the beautiful and tal ented sU .lays the stellai role -is one of the best photoplajs that has b-en shown at Starland for some time Miss Walker as Mrs. Dane, gives one of the finest interpretations of the character of an innocent wile, who hroueh the machinations ot gossips nd enemie becomes the object of er husoand s jealous suspicious Ev- ry character in the play is stiongly ortrajed and the whole teature is ne of intense, interest and gripping cefies. Paramount Travel Ssriss No showing scenes in Australia and a ide-splitting Heinle and Louie com dy round out a splendid program At the Majestic AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT FOR SURE Everything Is in "readiness at the Majestic for tho presentation tonight and Wednesday night of Gabnelle D" Anminzio's enormous .spectacle "Ca films having arrived this In "Cahiria" O'Alinunzio is in his element. One sits breathless and derlng-what on earth or under the-seas or in-the air more can this poet of do nneracy do, and do with such superb moicullnlty anfi truth. He rides over the mighty bulwarks of antiquity, striding'the savage of the early 'Roman era with Ita .manifold superstitions, in tho manner, of an ab- solute master of the subject he hand- les.' "Cttblria" all told .la an evorlast Ing tribute to D'Annunlio's genius. The performances will commenc< promptly at 830 each evening All neats may be reserved and are selling at hedley'a. I Daniel Frohman Presents the Popular Little StarJ Mary Pickford In i----- 5-Reels ETERNAL Ever-Popular GIRLS BACK ANOTHER, f t jj ,V A Complete jgograni, s presenting "Mike and Ike at Coney Island" AUo Ent.re Chanae of Pictures. A Big Laugh, A plg.8cre.rn, Holler. MAJESUNIGHT AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT GABPIELLE D'AMNUNZIO'S ENORMOUS SPECTACLE THE OF THE A6E8 PRICES: 25c 50c 75c. Children 25c Any Scat TONIGHT-TONIGHT ;