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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIEHALD PAGE FIVE thou government sand Liberal electors of South Win ufpcg tonight enthusiastically cheered dedaratlqbs by various ia eludliifi Premier Nor ral Hudson and Isaac ilng the work of the re ceiit western Liberal convention denying the continued leadership ot Sir Wilfrid and advocating a anioa gorernment oa ivintheviar Four resolutions were unanimously adopted as follows Compulsory Military Canada are so grave In their Datura as to Involve nothing less hau the na i honor in respect of great obllga preferably under new and regardless ot party affiliations should Le representative of all who believe that oiJr countrys honor and safety dej WHERE TO GO FOB Gas and Steam Plumbing HICKSEHL HARDWARE PHONE 702 mautl the putting forth by Canada of its lull povver as the only assurance ot Cocpftration With Tho final resolution uas as follows that for tho purpose ot giving effect to the views of huso present at this meeting as previously expressed in the resolutions which hays been a committee of tun thnn bo appointed by those who called this meeting to meet and consult with Conserva tive or wlihh may ho ap tlons rightly assumed by it lu i pointed by other organizations ot elec wlth the allied nations In dcfcnsc of tors who may hold similar views and and now sealed and jinay be willing ti with tho made sacred by the sacrifices of our gallant goldiers it to be our duty objective of bringing out as a candid ate in South Winnipeg it an election Is and express the to place this supremo national Interest fcopo that it may bn avoided some above every other ami isatiable person who will unequivocal Som d Somewhere at the Front Eyery day boxes from home are going tot the boys in the Arid of the things they a great prize is the Gum with Lasting It takes the place of food and drink in case of need which is It keeps spirits up gives vigour and A V packet in the pocket lasts a long The Flavour Lasts Made in Canada to allow no partisan action to interfere with the advancement of this single object we are ID full accord the principles enundatnl In the win thewar resolution passed at the re cent Liberal and while unhesitatingly accept the assurance of members of the resolution commutes of the convention tliat It was their riew that the resolution uas Intended and Include con scription of nevertheless we be lieve that th a situation demanded an explicit pronouncement on the sub ject Wbt to place ourselves on record as being unre servedly in favor of compulsory mili tary Service as well as cpmpulsory contribution of believing as we do that only by such means can the maintenance and unimpaired strength at the front of our fighting forces be Do Not Endorse The following resolution dealt with the leadership of Sir Wilfrid Laurier We join with the recent Liberal convention In paying sincere tribute 10 thesignal services that have been renderei to Canada by the Right Sir WIKrlfl Laurier Insofar as it was Intended by tribute to express hope that his splendid gifts of mind and statesmanship would be available or HID settlementoff the paramount1 ssuo now Canada In a manner consistent with the nation1 It has our how have noted gravest con cern and regret his In dicating that he is not in favor of con There be a want of candor and good faith upon it we permitted tho belief In either here or that while Wilfrid Laurier lias this he can under existing con our resolve that we will not supportat the present crisis any leader who is not prepared to declare his acceptniicci cf tho principle ot compulsory military as well the With Icurtroom pinned lu tho rial began tins murning bofcic his lordship Chief JuFtue Harvey and a of tho tiro Slunisiil awl charged the mur der of Father Roman Catho lic near tfie Coppermine 2200 miles north of close on four years ot la y endorse the views of this The nnud loud pointed out that tins was the most inportant resolution of for It pro vided the machinery essential to plac ing a union candidate In he field for South A BEg prosecuting on behalf of the crown ivouM yi OIHO at as a cUterrciit and crSiLiJte lu these peoplo that tho al lgkd murderers wore brought a ills Umue of some 2200 ialkis to be Xu rpffronre made ty the crown prosecutor to the change of ex cept that in the closing sentences ot his address he emphasized 10 tie jury hoy had taken to listen care fully tu the evidence and a true ver ilkt Father mem jer o the Oblitc anil personal friend of the ato Father he crowns first Oxy Acetylene 1 Welding The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or If its metal wo can weld The piece will bo strongest where it IE 3Z1 rfext to BRINGS 1 August The sale ot tho Oakland an afternoon paper founded here in 188C to lohn wag announced louay by former Tho consideration was said to be Tho paper was founded by Frank former director of tha United States Chaplii and Drockhagen have conducted in Seattle andother Louis Onesipo retired Justice of the superior court of the proTlnce of la dead Important to TIREFILLER No No It rides as May as H Is easily It stops Tire It ends all lire NOW ON VIEW AT Wilsons Auction Galleries Dominion Phone Call and see what 6then say about It C We hjve on prior to advance fn o large assorted stock of funeral which enables us to stll ct lowest MacKay MacKay Modern Undertakers Mh and 3rd Uthbridge Coniifry Orders Are Given Prompt Attention Phone 1802 Open Day and What the Press Agents Say contribution ot as the compulsory National Impressedas we are with thi needof uniting all of Uie country In a commoneffort for the vigorous prosecution of the and believing that all electors should place IhiBriecesslly abovo party tiolltlcs or any blhbr consideration resolved that dur ing a national nonpartisan Tlie meeting was held In the great convention halt of the Industrial Bur South with an electorate on the Dominion franchise over regards Itself as one of the pivotal constituencies of the ExMayor acted as and a local secretary of the Waugh in opening the meeting said he was not going to say anything the late Liberal convention held in the same hall The present was not a machlnemade but a meet ing fof citizens freely gathered togeth er to discuss serious public Solid Western said Premier liave not yet abandoned the idea of a solid western But if that was Impossible of attainment the next best thins would be a national government which would have the authority to enforce It was the duty of all Canadians to do what they could to form a national government and to oral it at Tha present Conservative govern ment hod failed in its Influence should long ago have been brought to bear on Sir Robert Borden to form a national But it was too Laurier had refused to come In to such a I have nothing more to saUi Premier except that our lead cr having 1 am now ready to sfrHbbcrt Bordeu In formation of a national government pledgerT to Prolonged Whatever mistakes had been made In the past it was up to the citizens of western1 Canada to forget them for the moment and to unite for a natlona He was willing to join hands with anyone prepared to work lo that Sir Robert Bonlen had shown his sincerity by offering to re lire if that would facilitate the ob them Suggests Sir Adam and amid great and the prisoners are represented by also of Kilmon SInnisiak has already been tried at Edmonton before the chief justice and a Jury and acquitted of the chnrge of murdering Father the col league of Father but is now Jointly charged with Uluksuk In the present McCaul who has MEod atcd with hlni James crown prosecutor at address ed the jury at some pointing out that these trials were the first oc casion on which Eskimos had appear ed in an organized court to be tried or an offence against the laws of the It was at once Im ortant and It was with the dea of showing that Eskimos arc sub ect to white mans laws that the trial vas being proceeded and to en ure safety of white men who may ourney to Hie far north in future Hctribiitary which has teretofore prevailed in the land o the must be stamped and McCaul said it was Kith the Inten ton of inflicting punishment which DIRECTOR IT OF AUTO LIVERY AND BRAYING Boul tons Auto Livery KNOW THE COUNTRY PHONE US AT ANY HOUR OF THE DAY OR Phone 12O6 Premier Norris mentioned th name of Sir Adam Beck as big enough and trusted by them all lor such a heavy AT STARLAND Baby Marie the chubby and infantile Patho now quali fies as a stunt In lfin her latest she seeks a hiding in a cask while playing with another Now that cast happens be the deposi tory of certain smuggled goods and tho revenue mon hot on thetrail of the Not knowing that tho in the cask the fugitives short time George tinda himself and living on the scant of his Dally theirsituation Biass A child to and the family phy sician tells her that maternity has al caused insanity among the wom of Devennant despciate by their situa George goes to the Australian gold fields to seek a left alone with her child to fight off the dread curse of her She goes to London and obtains aijosltlon as sec throw it Into the iicoan In order to dlsjrwUry to a physlcianrunder an as pose of its who plays the out to the cask to rescue tho child ha found litr sputtering What9 the he are you scared Not the But these nasty waves jump Into my mouth and I dont like tho taste of the Phllo The Appearance ot Your Bathroom qnd Kitchen It decided by the iklll with which new Is Installed or old Your future convenience gepertdt on this skill We em with prTtlb to many plumbing jobs we have which on We can jo at tory work for you let Walker HSATINC AND OASFITTIHO LPhone it 4th Ave S ATTHEQRPHEUM Last fnics tonight Broken the most beautiful woman on the Madam My Madonna will be the a poor Vision a model until he accl the beautiful of the SheIs lo the shabby and forsaking her fashionable goek pose for two fall lo and Robert pafnls a pic ture of the using Lucille AS fifs Unknown lu Illo persuades an nrl merchant sho knows to purchase which speedily brings Hobert fame anrl for The arllat and arc but wllh the access of Wealth Robert grows cold In hts AT THE EMPRESS X v Theda Barn Ihe ofSot will be featured at the Empress has married Helen Theda daughter of a flls the retired list of the English HIj father him tor rtiarrylnfE fbrcfrifsUi J sumed There Sir Michael Aud ley meeis and falls ihlqye with NbtkVowing whether tieorge la alivo or she without telllnghlm lhat she has been married JShe causes a death not ice of herself to be Inserted IB the AT THE MAJESTIC who has been en gaged to appear in our city on Friday next at the accompanied by Laurence L Canadian Lyric and Gerald English o Ihe worlds greatest Ho has appeared on with many of tho worlds famous Symphony orchestras and in joint recitals such artists asV Eugene Belgian and other well Vnown nut The Laurence Lanv Voice ptrobusi miu ara ivllh resonant Hipper register Verging almost into theteuor Qii ial I Iy7 Oerald tho young English pianist has had phenomenal success and is one of the most prom ising young pianists In tho Dominion Althctlnh rmly 17 years old ho haa already appeared on manjr Important progracimca and our imislc lovers will not be disappointed Inhlfl The reserved scat plan Is at Hcd The concert taltea plnco on Friday In the ractida at the theatre for hrce matjuees and com mencing ncxi August The play comes hre with the cndorscraont if medical nonseclarlan clubs and thinking men and women for It teaches one of the greatest lessons humanity has to HccausD of thesflcredness of moth erhood and courtesy to the matinee of Unliofn will be re served exclusively for llie iGntlemon willbe admitted at other performances No one Tinder eighteen age will bo EWES IFOR SALE InVnunibcrs o suit Burke Taylor BO LETHBR1DQE 21312 IT COSTS NO MORE TO RIDE IN A Comfortable Car We use a 7passenger Hudson in cars of an experienced and care ful The Hudson Auto Livery Phones Day 6GB 126B Owner OTTS AUTO LIVERY Cay Phone 1540 Night Phone DRAYING Of AH Kinds Limited Prelflht PHONES 1163 Stables 1064 MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY Next GKAXD CONCERT and TWILIGHT RECITAL By the Boris Hambourg Concert BORIS HAMBOURG The Word Renowned Russian Assisted by LAURENCE LAMBERT Lyric Baritone GERALD MOORE English Boy Pianist Prices Seats At Medleys MAJESTIC PHONE DAYS Starting Next Monday Aug 27 Matinee Dally at Nights at Not a Picture Matinees Daily for Ladles Only MINA GLEASON A BIG POWERFUL PLAY E TRUTH ABOUT BIRTH CONTROL CHILD W5TAPnCTURB DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1399 Turner Oiflce it 13th Si MOTHERS Address on MOTHERHOOD AT THE DAILY LADIES No Children Under 18 Unborn Child has been heartily endorsed by the Local Council of Women of in which city play is appearing all A A PIJICKS Matinees 25c and Nights Plan opens Thursday at Hedlcyi youthful conple who love not wiaily figures in Ihft big human storjof Ilfrr Unborn purposeful stealing the anhjecl of coiipfo lo curtail thclr btrth be tho at A METHO WONDER PLAY IN 5 Olga Petfova in My Madonna Positively One of the Also ses the 5th Chapter of The Broken and Charlie Chaplin The A ef Unusual PPHESQ ItiedD Sara berets of Society bin APECIAL I J NIGHT Most Wickedly Beautiful Face in the THE TRAMP Gale Henry and UNIVERSAL TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS THE WONDERfUU v CHILD ACTRESS BABY M JL E OSBOSNE MAGIC MAN FunnyComedy C A T T A I N K I AW 0 ;