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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WUJNKSDAY. SF.PTEMHER 20. 1917 TJJE LETHnninr.K DAIVI HERALD PAGE FIVE THE TONIC THAT HEALTH On 1280 Acres Yield is 31 Bus. -i6 Fields at 30 iius. Threshing has just been completed p'j big field on (he Koblerord J'arro which was visited by the Hoard M Trade on their lew weeks n so, aud the yield Droved to bo 31 Impels 1C nouudi to tho acre of gooil j gr.i'le wheat. At present prices tho i.veraEo return per acre -would bo Iti tho neighborhood, oi iC5. The vas 12SO acres In citent, so that tho average- ylelil was vcrj- Ballelaclory. Threshing has also been completed on a COO-acro field o( Blubble, tho yield being 30 bushels to the acre. ICO-acro Ilctd of BUinoiortal- lew yielded an average or 32 bushels. Threshing on the big farm will Le completed lu about ten flays II good weather continues. Hehnllme plough- ing IIDS been started, and ivlien ft Is too wet to tlircah all ploughing out- fits are turned looso In the bis etub- bio fields. Owing to (he enormous under croji oii tho farm this year, borne' In Ihe neighborhood of acres, very little land has been muuiuerfallowed and Mr. .Voblc Is hoping lor gooil weather during tho Tall to enable him to get as much land as possible ready for spring. "Fniit-a-tlYes" Builds Up The Whole System' Thosfl who take "Fruil-a tires" for time, aro often wtonishcd at the way it builds thtm up and inaKts belter all over. They may bo taking soui'ospecific diseisc, LS ConstJpaUoa, lodigestioa, Chrotlo or Kidney or liladdrr .Trouble, ULcu- lailisinor Pain lutkelUck. And tlioy find when "Kni'it-a-lives" liis cured tho disease, that tbey feel Uctlcr and stronger in erery iray. This is Uuo to the taitif properties of Ihess famous tableU, midc from fruit Juices. 1 box, G for 42.30, Irisl site, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by l-'rui U charge of Iho LJedoutus. tha torccriBt of the Sand Diviner, the meeting of tlio lovers, and I be succession of IIHG- slonato love thut then emuo. N. Sellgj who in respocelble for the feature filo> successes, "Tho SpoUers." "Tiio "The "Tho etc, forluno In producing "The d'ardea of Allah." Boulton's Auto Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEAHS IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PA3SENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Flumes: Day---6GS Night- OTT'S Phone IMO Night Phone 787 [Showers' I Day and Night Service. I Stand at White Lunch I Phone 1127 What the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPHESS "Tho Black Metro-Pop- ular production dealiug with lore and the war In Europe, in which Mmo. I'etroi-u la tlio slur, ivIU to shown at lo "Tlio Uiack Uuttcrlly" Mme. Pet- rora Las one of the uiosl Ecreeu s in AT THE MAJESTIC The' management of the Majestic Theatre aro taking great pleasure In announcing tjiat Cunning, tho mir- acle man, nnd his company, of won- der workers Will 1111 an engagement of five ulelils nnd three matinees al the Majestic starting nest Monday, Ocl. 1st. Since Cunning was licru some time ago, ho lias tilled record breaking engagements In the loading theatres In Iho principal cities of Canada, and cornea to Leila- bridge direct from a wonderfully successful engagement of weeks nt the Walker Theatre, U'lnnlpeg. There are now twenty people with the company, and Cunning Is carry- Ing n carload of special scenic and Illusion Steels. One of the most as- tounding Illusions ever. Introduced Into this country Is Canning's new "Prisoner of aplly dcerlhed as a "bafrilug episode." Cunning will repeat his marvellous 'menial lelc- grapby demonstrations during hfa en- gagement here. Further particulars will be announced this 'week. AT STARLAND Ever BOB a desert Bandslorra? No? Well, by an means sec Sellg's spec- tacular cpcctal, "The Garden of Al- at Slarland, when n. realistic Sahara sandslerm will be presented. fee the flying clouds, (he day darken, Ihen tho Mildlea of wind con- tinually gathering In forca until a veritable hurrlcano results.. In tha rain ot sand, Ihe man and the woman "Journey, forth-, their .fate. Helen Ilia famous emotional actress, is given many, opportunities for sincere anil appealing work. Other eiclttng situations In "The Garden, o! a film version Robert Hichena' noycl oi 'he satiie nnme, Is the illack on (he desert caravan, Iho ____eho ha3 appear- ed. Uurlon L. Klue directed tho play, which was written by Case ItuEGell end adapted for lh-3 screen, by Wallace C. Cllflon. Unusual photography- marks this five-act uonderplay. Camera- man Andre Jiarlaller haa some excellent light effects, and In ono scene has made a remarkable double exposure a! Mine. PctroTa as "the black LuUerlly" and as her Uural Ilussla, peasant France, gay- est Paris, aud the battle trenches ot Europe aro shown in this gripping pliotodrama, which gives Mine. Pet rova an unparalleled opportunity for her unusual lalcule. As simple Till- age girl, us the favorite of Paris music halls anil toaat ot Ihc cafes, as a carefully brought up child ot the convent, and as Itcd Cross nurse, Mine. Pctrova runs the whole gamut of delineation of character. To sajr thai she Is more lhan equal to nil her opportunities Is superfluous. I h The story of Mabel Tallaforro, star of iLe Metro wonder play, "The barri- cade." produced by Rolfo Photoplays, Inc., reads a droara come Irue. This charming actress Is less lhan twenty-eight, years old, yoi her name Is a household word ivhererer motion pictures arc fcaou'a. MIss Tallaferra went on the slagB at Iho age of and a half years, and only twelve scored a grelil triumph lo ZnnewlH's "Children of Ihe both In Europe erica. WliHe In Europe she visited Lady Gregory, mot 'William Butler Ycatea, and played In the latter'a dramatic pnom, "The Land of Heart's and In olhcr Irish plays by both writers. 31153 T.illaferro went around the world wlih William Collier's com- pany, as his leading woman. S "Tho Barricade" and also "The Coin" will he shown loalcht for the last lime. BRIG.-GEN. MACDONNELL HOME. Halifax. N. S., Sept. General A. H. MacDonncll, was Bni- one Iho arrivals hero today.' Re- turned soldiers vpre In charge of Major II. Crtmtn. PENTICTON HOTEL BURKED Peallclon, B.C., Sept. Pen- llc.lon Hotel was complclely gulled by Are last atght and the contents ruin- ed. The property was valued at 000 and Insured tor PracUcal- ly nothing was saved. ___ PHONE 1050 P.King's AUTO LIVERY CI7Y AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE DRAYING Phcnei 1345 or 1356 Turner Witcheli at CoalC.O.D. DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Pacific (Cartagc Co. J, D. ThomM 0, Ferguson Phone 330 DRAYING or All WesternTransferCo, Limited f. Freight PHONES AIRPLANE LASI Berlin Admits Air Battles Were Fought During Raid SPECIAL ATTHAOTl'oN TONIGHT AND TOMORROW "THE GARDEN OF ALLAH" Robert HttcKtni'. Qreit Story of, the Sahara Desert. "How Many a Lonely "II in Ihe Great "Far Across the Desert and Allah Be Wilh JVits Stmm and Mr. Fleming. Matinees at 1.30 and 3.30. Evenine Performance at 7.00 and 9.00. THE BIG NEW SHOW.. "Prisoner of ciiro" WONDERFUL ILLUSIONS AMAZING MYSTIFYING AMUSING J_ Direct from two record breaking weekt al Walker Theatre, Winnipeg. SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY AT 4 P.M.V FOR CHILDREN, ALL' SEATS, lOc, RABBITS GIVEN AWAY LADIES' SPECIAL MATINEE FRIDAY Glrli Under 16 Not Admitted. REGULAR MATINEE WED, PRICES: .EVENING, 25, MATINEES 26 andtto Rerllo, Sept. 2C, via oi the German alrplaues took part in evening's raid over Eng- land hai-naL returned. It IR annovinc- cd officially. Tlie raljcra. Uic sLi'.e- t saye, attacked London and Ihe Kngllab .coast OQ "both sides oi Iho channel" Thrilling Air Battle. SepL de- tails brc lacking It Is reported (hat a thrllUnc battle occurred between CicrinaD o.nd Brldeli alrnicu a feu- miles from London, whleh probably accounts for the fact tlial last nlght'a air raid resulted ia 50 little damage In the -Metropolis. German airplanes, although they crossed Die coast at different points, u-ere met and con- tinually harried by a large force ot British machines. Wli clher any oi the raiders ,wero brought down has uot been lea rued, Inn according lo oarly reporls the lormatlon of the Gorman lleet, wlilth was coming to- wnrds al a great height and al great comiilctely brok- en up by Ihc British fliers, the raid- ers separating anil all except one turning bach, closely pursued, So effective were the measures taken to Intercept this Ion'; intruder that he was unable to penetrate beyond the outskirts o! London. Barrage Round City. While Ihc anti-aircraft guna bomb- ed constantly, Establishing a barrage fire around -Ihe city, as on Monday night, tllnera In hotels and rnstaur- anls and audiences In theatres nn'd at operas lor the most were In- different and unaffected. Some thea- tres nnd moving picture play houses, anticipating the raid had Increased Ihelr advertising In Ihe evening pap- ers "with such announcements as "Moonlight nights open as usual- ample, bomb-proof Jlany persona vent'to parks and oilier op- en spaces for a good view1 or what Ihcy called "Tlie Hun 'air while others went nbout (he streets refusing to take lo cover under SiQfrwaye, pLaUorn's and under- ground stations, ivlicre the more caul- long, Including thousands of women and children Bought shelter. The crowds In some plficcs were having such a good time Ibal the police found -difficulty In dislodging Item when" Ihe all-clear signal was The morning papers devote more space lo descriptions of Monday night's raids Ihnn IhaL ot Insl night, all agreeing that'Ihe latter was papers containing editorial comment on Lhc nvld repeal the demand for reprisals and call for warnings of night raids Ihe same as dorins Ihe day. Ollclal Statement. London, Sept. following official' announcement was gi out: "The latest Information shovs that the llrsl group of raiders'which, ap- proached Ixmdon l4sL night was turn- ed back hy Eii'nflre, not more than two machines actually penetrating Ihe defences. Thesa two machines dropped a number iot bombs in the southeastern 'oulsklrls of London at about 7.45 p.m. which- damaged sev- eral dwelling houses, killing sir per- sona and Injuring sixteen. "The second, group of raiders, London half an hour later, was driven off. were dropped in various localities In Southeast England. Up to the present, no casualties or dam- ago lins been reported. Only Seven Killed. London, Sept. persons wcra killed and 2S injured In all (he districts'affected by Hie two German clr raids last iilghl. It Is announced oEIlclally. SEAIMIIAl Sealllo, Wasli., Sept. slrike nlten o'cloch Saturday morning of 000 members of the fifteen melal un- ions employed in Seattle shlpynnlR and allied contract shops was ordered today by tho Seattle Metal Trades Council, (ho central orgonlaaUon of the fifteen unions. The union strlXo cftll, H was sftld, Is the result of the Insistent of the rank and fllo of the shipyard workers for a "show- down" on the Jong pending wage In- crease controversy. As near na can be estimated, three big sleel shipyards, about sixteen wooden shipyards and I6rly contract shops TFlJl bo nffecteil ty the strike. MOOSE JAW APPOINTS CHILD WELFARE NURSE Jloose Jaw, ,9cpt, C. M. Kler, a district nurse of Win- nipeg, Jiva been appointed hy Ihc city council a.i child wclfnre nurse. .Mlas Klcr was sokcled from flyo nppU- canls for the position. EMPRESS. 'The Black Butterfly A 4rl Rmantu an ft TONIGHT A Five Act Metro Wondcrp'Uy of and r____ _____ ATio New Comedies. "Honeymoon and "Up and Latest A Grid: Who Sought to Ruin Her Hutband li (he Central Figure In -'THE He in bis bis a pebble to keep moist- i gives us a wholesome, anti- septic, refreshing confection to take the place of the cave man's pebble. We help teeth, breath, appe- tite, digestion and deliriously soothe mouth and throat with this welcome sweetmeat. The Flavour Lasts! (Beware of Imitations none can equal the WRIGLEVJ flavour and lasflni soodness) 10 Made in Canada LETHBRIDSE MEN WOUNDED v Lclhlridgo men appcnrlDE 4 in the casually lists today are I'le. II. Llnnlng and M. Zkullci. Fte. Miming Joined an Ednrod- ton ballalion In 1015. Fte.'Kku- llch waa also wllh Ihe Infantry. 4 Wall till yoif it'e the tlx-cyllnder OLOSMOBjLE. A Metro Wonderplty of Rare with MASEL'TALIAFERBO Stir A'M Iftfttn i Pclrograd, Tuesday, Sept. Premier Kercnaky ivfll return to Fcl- rogrart secretary said he would, not recognize as official (no democratic congress calleil by (lie soldiers' and workmen's delegates which, will, meet on Thursday al- though lio. might address Absurd and Ecnsnllonal rumors were current last night reganllngUie premier. They were published In tbo newspapers this morning hut were declared officially to be un- founded. The chid problem hcforc the con- gress will have to doywlth the plan, which ppaalhly will hep backed by- a majority, Lo bring nbsut Uin format- Ion of a cabinet responsible only to the congress. M. AvBkenllcff, former minister of" tho Interior, explained this project Ihe 'peasant delegates In, a patriotic ,n which he cntdV Russia musl fight Germany rcaolulcljr If fl desired to avofd object surrender. Thd probable policy of Ihe cbnercaa Indicated further by a message sent (he soldiers' and workmen's .delegates (o Premier Kerenskr, him La iioatpono (ormndbn "of a new cahJjicl until the congress hsa m'et, Tho promlor's eecrcfflry, who. Is ono of tbo loarfcra of (lie peasant deJegdltr's, llolshcrlhl wlH (inro n mnjorlly owlnji La tho tad thftt Oils pnrly {3 straining every-" nervo. (o rally nilhcrenla, Iho mprleralcg- refuse to at- tent! tlio on Recount of its unrflprcseatally.? diameter. They also allege paillclpntlon would com- mit them to Iho fioclallsl program of Jiinb Such n boycott of tho con- gress ling been proclaimed hy the constitutional democrats hy gome prpfeistpnHl also by ninny municipalities nnd Xemalovs from wl.lcli aro pouring In telcgrnnia (o Premier Ktrenshy cxprcaalng con- lldrnco In hfm, Social llevblmlptiirlu and Menshcvlklg ro- grot having approved the plau Cor Iho salrt tlie eectelary, -hut 11 la too Itte now." Rcorflanl-lng the Government. ctrggratl, Sept. cabinet tcclay, In tlio absence .Premier considered HID (lon oE the supreme fiovernincnl .by I tic formntlon of a war cabinet ol five members poJJtlcally responsible t> llio ivorkmcn'a nntl soldiers' depu- lles, wlili IHIecn "directors of minis- who should bp, non-iiolltjcal.end not liable to dismissal. For legis- lation there will be lormcd parlla- menl of. 150 memheraj representing nil parties. Tlo new system of gov- ernment would remain regu- lar coii si Hut Ion was trained, by the conattlucnL assembly. j This wtll he fefcrrctl-for elab- oration to Ihe Judicial council, which since the revolution has addressed Iho Government on all Important laws, The controversy over the KornlloK conspiracy liart. diminished In (la Intensity lodny, and the llolshcvtkl aeertuita on Kerensky were, weaker, but Ihe cvcnlnE papers slate' (hat (ho premier as n result of the riptahcvlkt corniest of llio I'ctrograd working- men's and sohTferY group, itltendg to rcslen from (he presidential council ag Tchelflzo and other Jfoicratc Soc- ialists have already done. The dancer nnil former of Iho cx-emrsror, llshcaln hnn begun suit flgtilnst (he slaM of the mlllfery district, Bllcglrlg thnt solJIers wfta In the spring "occupied part of her palace rtamBged the prop- erty 10 tha eKlcnt of roubles, THREE AT PRINCE ALBERT Prince Albert, So'pl. Thrco men have so far presented them- selves before the military ,'raGdlca! hoard for examination, tr.o wern rejottcu as Unfit. The board ncld Ha Uni scailoii CONGRESSIONAL VISIT TO EUROPE POSTP6NED.I Washington, Sept. 2C. Postpone'J ment" of acceptance by members "6C I congress Irom'Ilritlah and French Qfti-I le for a congressional delegation to I visit Europe agreed upoQ.tpdAjrf following receipt by the committee otl word from President Wilson tbat heI deemed the dispatch of a congreeaiotuill commission ftbroatl hiopporlime time.. FOR SALE Clioicc T i'arm NEAR CL.fRESHOLM AND AV 6UENWOODVILLE, AWtV TOi A. Q. CAMPBEUL OR BARKER, CAROSTON, PR X': REYNOLDS, CLARItHfOLM. ;