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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1917 LKTIIBRIDGE PAGE FIVE Is Breakfast Ready The answer is easy in the home where Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the regular every day breakfast Being ready cooked and Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the joy of the housekeeper in Served with sliced or other they make a satisfying meal at a cost of a few OEMS OF 1 Made in FINAL ENLISTMENTS Todays en listments are expected to recrull Iho regular army to Its full war Acceptances reported to The orderlncouncll passed yester day controlling and restricting the consumption of food in Canada Is similar lo the act In force in where It has beeu operated with great Details of the restrictions and pen alties are as follows Under the the expression bacon includes cured either pickl ed or smoked hams and any portions of what is termed In the trade Wiltshire Tho term public eallng places In eludes any cafeteria cluh or other place where meals the number of io per day are servoi to persons other than members of the family or household of Ihe proprietor Notices Potted In all such ealing places there must be prominently displayed a printed noticeto tho effect that all In ordering their ought to consider tho needs of Gieat irltaln and her allies and laelr arm ea tor heel and and hat the food controller requires the public to do evcrytMrtg In their pow er to mako these commodities avail able for export by eating aa little as possible ot and by making use British Front in France and the As sociated Sir Douglas Halgs forces at day break this morning attacked and captured virtually all the German forward positions east of the Bel gian town of on the battle front between Frezenberg and the YpresMenln The as saulting forces gained virtually all their objectives to a depth of several hundred yards In the first The German defences stif ened after the initial onslaught and hsavy fighting developed at some but at the latest re ports the British were holdlno their new line TONIGHTS CHAUTAUQIJA Lethbrldgc visitors arc hearing this afternoon one of tho greatest speakers un war topics thai have appeared m west Ward is iiteruiulng the visitors afternoon wllhjur will have the of hcanus he fam ous Chautauqua one of tho highest priced orchestras m Amor ica WHh this orchestra also appears Miss Olive who made herself popular with This evenings rerform ance will he in the nature of a grand Tomorrow in the afternoon The ScoUh Concert Company will dye the prelude followed by readies and impersonations by Francis n the evening the noted Himllty will limlley is more of an orator than Herdsman anJ he will speak on the Iteign of the Common The Scotch Concert Company will also give selec tions In Iho r ten coal mines are shut down lie result of a strike of who loialed leaving only 593 to complete the Tho carn April 1 anil men J have been What the Press Agents SAMPLE MARKETS at substitutes and avoiding Wheat for Alcohol No person shall use any the manufacture of al cohol unless such alcohol is lo be used for manufacturing or munitions a ciever no person shall use wheat in thedistillation or manufac ture of alcoholfor manufacturing or munitions purposes unless such per sorujias a license therefor fromthe foodjjontrolier for shall for any suu fiiavy Penalties Heavy penalties are provided unde the order for violation of th regula In the case of public eatin proprietor manager and any employe or servan violating any of the said regulations shall be an an shall be liableupon summary con tor offense to penalty not exceeding 100 an no less and for each subse quent offense to a penally not exceed 1 ing and not less llian or to imprisonment for anyjerm not ex ceeding tlfree and Any person violating any ot Ihe provisions of the regulation regarding the use ot wheat or tfcphol shall be guilty of an liable conviction to not exceeding orderincouncil is based on trie final regulations ot the food con iHimpUon recently appolatod MASS MEETING OF GERMANS K MADE DEMAND FOR PEACE and members attended a recent mass for the discussion of coal food and wages Themeeting developed i in to an impressive demonstration Iri favor of the reichstag majority peace resolu and demanded that the reichstag pursue their decision In the interests Bays the fact that in the of Increases its AT STARLANI Tlie story of The Lonesome Chap hich is shown at Starlaud tonight nd Saturday Is out ofthe ordinary nd has to do with the solitary life nd the lost love of a wealthy young How a great happiness comes nto his life and then for a lime he hinks all is is brought about in convincing and satisfying Many of the scenes soinc Chap were taken high in tlie Sierra and one remarkable Sir Holier Hor den moved in tlio commons today lliat the evidence taken by lice Gall In connection the Mani toba Agricultural cullCBO contracts upon which the McLcodTcllier com mission report was be The bill to ammend the judges which has stood in tho name of George Bradbury since the beginning of tlie was The purpose of the was to prohibit judges accepting salaries when acting as hut Hie bill has beeu rendered he sen ate having taken this action in amend ment to the judges Hubert Rogers intimated that the resolution to Increase the sub sidles for rtrydqoks would be taken up George Graham said it expedite the passage of the ences on tlie iiucstion ol sample markets slill ihough most of the represen tatives who were here have ior Horn and Klslior are still Stroug pressure lias been brought to bear not to estab lish a new system UDlil alter tho demanding an increase of waga Irom I to a Walter secretarytreasurer of the llliuiis cis trict United Mine Workers of staled SCOTT TRIES FOR August Jim Scott of the Chicago White Soi took tlie physical examination tor tho officers reserve corps at an army re cruiting station here and It ho passes be will report at the tf Mention 1 It dots not matter what Uiiul of a ear you aim to give you Ladies waiting room fully equipped with every convenience provided for Twentyfour hour MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT HTH STREET SOUTH coincidence is that the massive stone iotise used as the tome of lone1 spine realitythe home of a wealthy miner whose story of had been paid by the Cana nulfed love Is practically the same as that in the story of The Lonesome Tlie production is peculiarly beauti ful and Miss Huff and bill it the government would down a sfslement showing how had been paid by the Cana Northern on interest n how much the government had dvanccd on that Tlie prem er promised to bring the matter to surrounded by a spleudid Includ ing Eugene John Bet ty Joiison and Senor There is also shown a real good comedy as a A Delicatessen witll Rosemary Theby and Harry Paramount AT THE MAJESTIC will lireEenVStep one of trip sea sonsnewest and smartest successes at the Majestic as a specla stampede attraction on 1C am This clever comedy will lie attention of theminister of fin James 6IParry read a newspaper from Lon don that in Greet Britain regulations strictly eu arced forbidding ioliiersUn uniform attending In view of the fact that there ivas a large number of returned soldiers In Can ada lie said tie would like the govern ment to whereby ordinary unique dances and bright New Boston andChlcafeo laughing fornearly two The cast is headed by Julius who will be remembered here in the title role of Other prominent principals uriaide Law Nat Will Howard Clare Hob Lelah Mildred Parker and Jlay One of the special added attractions ot the piece Is the whirlwind dancing of Miss Howard and who created a sensation in the New York Winter Garden anc the Hawaian by Mid Parker The fifteen popular numbers intro duce conslitute a song review of the latest Ihose soldiers would rights of Sir Robert Burden replied that the attention ot ttie had al ready drawi to IV ferSJiam remarked that ome Frank Cochranes bill toput IB Intercolonial railway under the Probably no oilier single feature of the coming stampede is causing quite so much interest as the branding con test iu which Joe Pelers and Kollo Kinsey will Joe sent word yesterday to Hay who Is backing to have everything good and ready for as he is coming up with the lo cov er the side IncidentallyPeters is In His famous calf branding horse Weasel Is also in training and not training is locked up in a box stall where he is receiving all the attention that would be bestowed on a race Kinscy also has a fancy horse which he when branding He has just completed the branding of all ttie calves for the Knlglit ranch and is in the best of Hollo insey is the son ot Dick manager of the Knight Sugar ranches and has been brought up In in Musical Comedy IN PANAMA PRICES Matinee Night 10c 35c 25c We FEATURE FILM MY BEST GIRL IN FIVE ACTS Id ARmEtJWOMEN AF1E CHIE Chicago that wash pound typewriters and mea sure drygoodsiare getting In tomis chief less frequently that ought tobe rocking the said of the morals to The records ofIhe court show in increase1 ofmisconduct6E 50 per among married women lie in was then Uaken the TAFT VERY ILL BLOCKED PATH TO How Britains Suffered V inFirst Few of it is three 4 since Britain What the to the irrhy is strikinglyshown in the rec of Ihe First Divi Clay coauitlorirof Former President liam who Is ill at a local tonight was announced by the attendingflhysician as good as lld not consider the situation danger he thought quietness advisable and forbad This is the first day since Taft was stricken with intestinalindigos lion that the physi cians report has been BAILIFFS SALE In the Matter of Seizure Under Chattel Mortgage The Merchants Bank of ami Mortgagor I WILL SELL AUCTION AT TEN OCLOCK IN THE MORNING ON 15th 1917 AT LETHBRIDGE SALE FEED BARN TIHUD STREET THE FOLLOWING 37 Head Horses of all ages This ts firsi and must be NO may inspected the LettibrldQe Stock by arrangement with the undersigned TERMS CASH Dated at First Army nnder the SIGN FOOD BILLS and food survey bills signed today by VrcsldenVWilson became AT THE Ella Halls enviable reputation as an Interpreter o child roles Is sure to b vastly enhanced through presenta lions of TheLittle hewes to be shown at tht1 Em press theatre tonight and tomorrow Miss lias made a Ju venile almost invariably start ing the Impersonation actors childhood and carrying It on lo In The Crippled The Bugler of Her Souls A Jewel in and other Bluebirds of pleasant MlEslIali was first a joyous child who goes on to happiness through struggle and In Tho Little Orphan she will Impersonate one of a of Belgian brought to Amer ica by the charitably to be command of Sir Douglas Haig r the retreat from Mphs to miles from Includlrig the battle of the all the operations that took placo to tnevliKi of November the fifsl attempt of the German army was made to break through to by way of On Movember 12th First Bri which had borne the brunt of tho German was taken back into tBe The was Augusl when Iheyilanded in France and took up their position at Mons and was represented as follows after eYpres battle Battalion cots Captain Stacey am men Coldstrcam no 150 First Black Captain For une and 109 men First Battalion Three Nights Starting 15 AN SPECIAL ATTRACTION provided wllti a oldbache lor ad6pls a little fears her In affluence with every advantage his money can give only to flndtwhon she reachesbntldlng womanhood that she around his heart and madehim a slave to liis love for his foster Janieron Colonel Major unstenvllle and 110 AT THE OEPHEUM When the Proy players announced a complete1 change of pro gram for the last three days of Ih week they certajnly marie good In SHORT SESSION Dublin Irish conven lon alter sitting for several hours adjourned until August21 drove his car up to our iwise knocking at the asked the maid if 1 were every senseiof the In Panama their latest proved nigh to be Just claimed for I a veritable cycltme of laughter an Every move of pthe comedian Murphy anil was a signal fo a good hearly Kavnnang as Percy Doolllllo was all Ihal Ih part required and a great fc tor the Irish bdrs by cllffereril members ol th company were far and brought forth many rounds Miss lnnleys rendition Im Hearln Is well do serving of apteral Johnnie by Miss Dclello was one of the hits ot he while Al sung by Miss Wllcher appeals io every pno In Ihe The urrti program Is an exceptional one Tho big five reel Ills Bcsl spell bound from start lo Tfie program from rise lo fall of Iho curtain Is without a doubt liie best yet put on at thispopular Was his auto siren I original and genuine treat chronic dlscatei of women and Sern for fixe copy of Universal i B 1C2 1rt AUCTION SALE FARM IMPLEMENTS To be Held oir South East Quarter Two Mjleis North of Kipp Station On 14th AT 10 SHARP TONIGHT PALLAS PICTURES TONIGHT ifi Tctefs anl Loiiisc ililff FMturliig Theby and ntcrudng of love and with ons of tho i ever lUgerf in plcturefc thrilling To Be Offered at Public AUCTION liie Irotting Stallion Dillpn AT BARNS On Augtisi 15th t 0CSs s ir Sacs 3 sets Ironharrows 1 harrow carl 3 lumber wagons irita links6 truck complete with racks 1 top with 11 of double team hariKM 1 Mt of double light driving I wt o alngle 1 cntter with shattsTl threshing 25 horse 1 Daisy i cook with IracV i 4 hone engin1 grinder 1 blacksmith outfit Alw chains been ored up from the very ntock In A good cldiKe for aaa Uu wd under over that Piht ninths ciellt on Joint notes witii teresl per credit uxnaU or t Lunch will the proWtelor t ;