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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVfl WRIG SOUTH WINNIPEG LIBERALS DENY 'N Wlnrdpog, Aug. 21.-Several thousand JJbornl doctors of South Winnipeg tonight enthusiastically ehocrurt declarations by various Piioakers, including Premior Norrl.'i, Attuniey-Oenoral Hudson and Isaac rithlndo, K. C, condemning the work of tho ro-cent western Uberal convention; denying the continued leadership of Sir Wl^rid Laurier, and advocating a union government on wlu-thu-war lines. Four resolutions were unanimously adopted as follows: Compulsory Military Service. "BoUeving that the Ihsiiok before Canada are so grave In their nature. ub to Involve nothing less than the na-tlon/B honor in respect of Kieat. obligations rightly assumed by it In concert wltli the allied nations in defense of government leadership, affiliations) (preferably under new and regardless of party should ho established, representative of all who beUeVo that, our country's honor and safely demand the putting forth by Canada of its full power as the only assurance of victory." Co-operation With Conservatives. The final resolution was as follows: "Resolved, that for the purpose of giving effect to the views of those present at this nieethiK as previously expressed In the resolutions which have boon passed, a committee of not less ftinn l'i he appointed by those who culled this meeting to rami and nonsuit with coininitte.es. Conservative or otherwise, which may be appointed by other organizations of electors who may hold similar views and WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 72 human liberty, and now sealed and | may be willing to co-operate, with the JAM Somebody ~ Somewhere at the Front - Every day boxes from home are going to, the boys in the trenches. And of the things they get, a great prize is Wrigley's, the Gum with Lasting Flavour. It takes the place of food and drink in case of need - which is often. It keeps spirits up - gives vigour and vim. A packet in the pocket lasts a long time. The Flavour _ ^ Chew H after every meal Made in Canada Oxy-Acetylene Welding The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If It's metal wo can weld it. The piece will be strongest where it Is welded, W. N. KUTII 321 6th St. 8. (text to Herald. NEWSPAPER BRINGS $250,000 Oakland, Cat, August 20.-The sale of tho Oakland Enquirer, an afternoon paper founded here in 188C, to W. W. Chapin, C. II. Brockhagon and John S. Conners, was announced today by G. B. Daniels, former owner. Tho consideration was said to be $250,000. Tho paper was founded by Frank A. Loach, former director of the United States mint. Chapin and Brockhagon have conducted newspapers in Seattle and other northern cities. Important to Youl We have on hand, prior to advance In prices, a large assorted stock of funeral goods, which enables us to sell at lowest prices. MacKay & MacKay Modern Undertakers Cor. 8th 8t. and 3rd Ave. 8., Lethbrldge Country Orders Are Given Prompt Attention Phone 1802 Open Day and Night ! The Hon. Louis Onesirao Loranger, retired Justice of the superior court of the province of Quebec, Is dead. THE NEW TIREFILLER No Punctures. No Blowouts. No Kimcuts. It rides as easy as air. It 1b easily Installed. It stops Tire Repair Bills. It ends all tire trouble. NOW ON VIEW AT Wilson's Auction Galleries Dominion Block. Lethbrldge. Phone 1023. P. 8.-Call and see what others say about It. 212-( What the Press Agents Say I made sacred by the sacrifices of our I gallant soldiers; 'We acknowledge it to be our duty to place this supremo national interest abovo every other consideration, and to allow no partisan action to interfere with the advancement of this single object; "While wo are In full accord with tho principles enunciated in the 'win-tho-war resolution passed at tho recent Liberal convention, and whilo wo unhesitatingly accept the assuranco of certain members of the resolution committee of the convention that it was their view that the resolution was Intended to, and did, include conscription of men, nevertheless wo believe that the situation demanded an explicit pronouncement on the subject. We, therefore, desire to place ourselves on record as being unreservedly in favor of compulsory military service as well as compulsory contribution of wealth, believing as we do that only by such means can 'the maintenance and unimpaired I strength at the front of our fighting I forces' be assured." Do Not Endorse Laurier. The following resolution dealt with I the leadership of Sir Wilfrid Laurier: "We join with the recent Liberal convention in paying sincere tribute to the signal services Hint have been rendered to Canada by the Right Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Insofar as it was intended by the tribute to express tho. hope that his splendid gifts of mind and statesmanship would bo available for the settlement of the paramount issue now confronting Canada in a manner consistent with the nation't honor, it lias our approval. We, however, have noted with tho gravest concern and regret his, observations indicating that he is not In favor of conscription. There would, thereforo, be a want of candor and good faith upon our part if we permitted the belief to exist, either here or elsewhere, that while 'Sir Wilfrid Laurier has this view he can bo, under existing con> dltlons, our leader. "We, therefore, resolve that we will not support at the present crisis any leader who is not prepared to declare his acceptance of tho principlo of compulsory military service, as well as the compulsory contribution of wealth." National Government. "Deeply impressed as we are with the need of uniting all classes of the country in a common effort for the vigorous prosecution of the war, and believing that all electors should place this necosBlty abovo party politics or any other consideration; "Be it, therefore, resolved that dur-| ing the war a national non-partisan KIMOS ARE NOW N CALGARY COURT objective of bringing out as a candid ale in South Winnipeg (if an election is unavoidable, and wo express the hope that it may be avoided) some suitable person who will unocpiivocal-ly endorse the views of this meeting." The chairman, amid loud cheering, pointed out that this was tho moHt important resolution of all. for it provided tho machinery essential to wincing a union win-the-wnr candidate in tho field for South Winnipeg. A Big Meeting. The meeting was held in the great convention hall of tho Industrial Bureau. South Winnipeg, with an electorate on the Dominion franchise of over 30,(JO() regards itself as one of the pivotal constituencies of the west. Ex-Mayor R. D. Watigh acted as chairman, and A. E. Howies, a local I barrister, secretary of the meeting. Mr. Waugh in opening the meeting f said he was not going to say anything about tho late Liberal convention held in the same hall. Tho present was not a machine-made meeting, but a mooting of citizens freely gathered together to discuss serious public questions. Solid Western Group. -Manitoba Liberals, said Premier Morris', havo not yet abandoned the idea of a solid western group. But if that was impossible of attainment the next best thing would be a national government which would havo the authority to enforce conscription. It was the duty of all Canadians to do what they could to form a national government and to form it at once. The present Conservative government had failed in its task. Influence should long ago have been brought to bear on Sir Robert Borden to form a national government. But it was too late. Laurier had refused to come into such a government. "I have nothing more to say," said Premier Norris, "except that our loader having failed us, 1 am now ready to support Sir Robert Borden in tho formation of a national government pledged to win-the-war." (Prolonged applause.) Whatever mistakes had been made in the past it was up to the citizens of western Canada to forget them for tho moment and to unite for a national government. He was willing to join hands with anyone prepared to work to that end. Sir Robert Borden had shown his sincerity by offering to retire if that would facilitate the object of them all. Suggests Sir Adam Beck. Incidentally, and amid great applause, Premier Norris mentioned tho name of Sir Adam Beck as big enough and trusted by them all tor such a heavy responsibility. Calgary. Alia.. Aug. :!L\-With (he I'ourtrnoni packed to the doors, the I rial began this morning before hi:i lordship Chief JusMleo Harvey ami a jury, of Ih" two ICslilinos, Sinni: h); and I'lu^isiik. charged wllh the murder of Father Le'ltoux. Roman Catholic missionary, near the Coppermine river, 22<)0 miles north of Kdmonlon, (dose on four years ago. C. C. AlcCaul, K.C., of Kdmonlon. is I prosecuting on behalf of tho crown and tho prisoners are represented by .1. K. \VnllbrIdg.\ K.C., also of Edmonton. Slnnisink has already been tried at Kdmonlon before the chief justice! and a jury and acquit tod of the charge of murdering Father Rouvlere, the colleague of Father Le'Roux, but. Is now | jointly charged with Fluksuk lu the l present, ease. I C. ('. McCi'iul K.C.. who has associ-| atcd with him James Short. K. ('., : crown prosecutor at. Calgary, addressed the jury at some length, pointing out that these trials wore the llrst occasion on which Kskimos had appeared in an organized court to be tried for an offence against tho laws of the Dominion. It was at once unique, Important and historic. It was with the idea of showing that Eskimos are subject to white man's laws that tho trial was being proceeded with, and to ensure safety of white men who may journey to the far north in future years. Retributary justice, which has heretofore prevailed in the land of the Ksklmos, must be stamped out, and Mr. McCaul said it was with the intention of inflicting punishment which would ai once art as a deterrent and example Id the;;e people that, tho al-l"god murderers were brought a distance of some 22110 miles to be tried. Sit reference was made by the crown prosecutor to the change of venue, except, thai In the (losing sentences of his address lie emphasized to the Jury i lie oath they had taken to listen carefully to the evidence and a, true verdict bring. Father IHiehessois, member of the Oblate Order, and personal friend or the late Father Rouvlere, was the crown's first witness. MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY Xexl Friday, Aug. 24. GUAM) CONCERT and TWILIGHT RECITAL By the Boris Hambourg Concert Co. BORIS HAMBOURG The World Renowned Russian Cellist, Assisted by LAURENCE LAMBERT Canadian Lyric Baritone GERALD MOORE English Boy Pianist Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. Seats At Hedley's Now. iua DIRECTOR IT OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING Boulton's Auto Livery ..WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. PHONE US AT ANY HOUR OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. Phone 1206 MAJESTIC PHONE 1722. 3DAYS Starting Next Monday Matinee, Aug 27 Matinee Daily at 2.30 Nights at 8.30. Not a Picture COSTS NO MORE TO RIDE IN A AT STARLAND Baby Marie Osborne, the chubby and infantile Pathe star, now qualifies as a "stunt" performer. In "Cap ta!n Kiddo," her -latest picture, she seeks a hiding place in a big cask while playing with another tot. Now that cask happens to be the depository of certain smuggled goods and the revenue men are hot on the trail of the smugglers. Not knowing that tho child is in the cask the fugitives throw it Into tho ocean In order to dispose of the evidence. When Phllo McCullough, who plays the hero, swam out to the cask to rescue tho child he found lisr sputtering indignantly. "What's the matter, Marie," ha asked, "are you scared?" "Not a bit,"; was the response. "But these nasty waves jump into my mouth and I don't' like the taste of the water. It tastes just awful, Phllo!" The Appearance of Your Bathroom and Kitchen Is decided by the skill with which new plumbing is Installed or old plumbing repaired. Your future convenience also' depends on this skill. We osn point with pride to many plumbing jobs we have done, which reflects credit on us.. We can do as satisfactory work for you, .Will you let us? Walker &Holberton PLUMBING, H EATING AND GA8FITTING Phone 821 �t� 4th Ave- �V AT Tlf E ORPHEUM Last times tonight "The Broken Coin" and the most beautiful woman on the screen, Madam Petrova. My Madonna will be the feature, Robert, a poor artist, has a vision of a wonderful Madonna. He seeks a model vainly, until he meets,'accidentally, the beautiful Lucille, a woman of the demimonde, She Is drawn to the shabby si'tist, and forsaking her fashionable acquaintances, goes to pose for him. The two fall In'love and Robert paints a wonderful picture of the Madonna, using Lucille as his model. Unknown to Robert, Luc-lllo persuades an art merchant she knows to purchase the picture, which speedily brings Robert fame and fortune.-' The artist and his model are married, but with the access of wealth Robert grows cold In bis devotion. AT THE EMPRESS Theda Bara In < the Secrets of Society, will be featured at the Empress tonight. George Talboys, ft wealthy young man, has married Helen Devennant, (Theda Bura), the daughter of a disreputable, half pay, lieutenant, on the retired list of the English Army. His father disinherits him for marrying against, his wishes, tarcinK^B; oung couple to curtail their expensive honeymoon. In a short time George finds himself penniless, nnd living on the scant bounty of his father-in-law. Daily their situation Ciws worse. A child is born to Helen, and the family physician tells her that maternity has always caused insanity among the women of the Devennant family. Rendered despoiate by their situation, George goes to the Australian gold fields to seek a fortune. Helen, left alone with her child to fight off the dread curse of insanity, finds her .iltuation Intolerable. She goes to London and obtains a position as secretary to a physician, under an assumed name. There Sir Michael Aud-ley meets and falls in love with her. Not knowing whether George is alivo or dead, she marries him, without telling him that she has been married before. She also causes a death notice of herself to be inserted in the papers. AT THE MAJESTIC Boris Hambourg, who has been engaged to appear in our city on Friday next at the Majestic, accompanied by Laurence Lambert, Canadian Lyric baritone, and Gerald Moore, English boy pianist, is one of the world's greatest 'Cellists. He has appeared on programmes with many of the world's famous Symphony orchestras, and in joint recitals with such artistB as Eugene Ysaye, .brilliant Belgian violinist, and other well known musicians. Tho baritone, Laurence Lambert, has a voice ot robust and dramatic type, with a resonant upper register verging almost into the tenor quality. Gerald Moore, tho young English pianist has had phenomenal success and is one of the most promising young pianists in tho Dominion of Canada today. Although only 17 years old ho has already appeared on many important programmes and our muBlc lovers will not bo disappointed In his work. The reserved seat plan is at Hod-ley's. The concort takes place on Friday evening, in the Majestic Theatre. A youthful couple who love not wisely but too well, are the central figures in the big human story of "Her Unborn Child," a purposeful drama, dealing ZJ0h the subject of birth, control, wsrtssv-will be the at- traction at tho Majestic theatre for three days, matinees and nights commencing next Monday, August 27. The play comes hero with the endorsement of medical societies, non-sectarian clubs and thinking men and women everywhere, for it teaches one of tho greatest lessons humanity has to learn. . Because of the sacredness of motherhood and out of courtesy to tho ladies all matinee performances of "Her Unborn Child," will bo reserved exclusively for tho ladies. Gontlemon will bo admitted at other performances. No one under eighteen years of age will bo admitted. Comfortable Car We use a 7-passenger Hudson in care of an experienced and careful driver. The Hudson Auto Livery Phones: Day 668 Nlaht 1269 J. PAPPAS, Owner OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1540 Night Phone 787 EWES FOR SALE In numbers to suit purchaser. P.O Burke & Taylor BOX 650, LETHBRIDGE 213-12 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransfcrCo. Limited Gffic . P. R. Freight Sheds PHONES Office ........... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 MINA GLEASON A BIG POWERFUL PLAY E TRUTH ABOUT BIRTH CONTROL *"HER UNBOR CHILD -NOT A-PICTUR DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1336 Turner & Witchall Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St MOTHERS! Hear the Address on "MOTHERHOOD" AT THE DAILY LADIES' MATINEES. No Children Under 18 Admitted. NOTE-"Her Unborn Child" has been heartily endorsed by the Local Council of Women of Calgary, in which city the play is appearing all this week. A PLAY-NOT A PICTURE. PRICE8: Matinees 25c and 50c. Nights 25c, 50c, 76c, $1.00. Plan opens Thursday at Hedley's A METRO WONDER PLAY IN 5 ACTS. TONIGHT 10 & 15c Mme. Olga Petrova in 'My Madonna' Positively One of the Best. Also see the 5th Chapter of "The Broken Coin" sly and Charlie Chaplin Throwing The Bull, scream. A Comedy of Unusual Merit. A EMPRESC Theda Bara in'Secrets of Society' BIG SPECIAL Most Wickedly Beautiful Face in the World. "THE TRAMP CHIEF," with TONIGHT .....__..... 10c-15o STARPAN 1 HEINIE AND THE MAGIC MAN" A' Screamingly "'Funny Comedy Gale Henry and UNIVERSAL WEEKLY. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENT8 THE WONDERFUL, CHILD ACTRESS BABY MARIE IN 'iVItoelM - "C A V T A I N OSBORNE RIPDO"- 5-ReeU ;