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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1917, flffi LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD /'AGE FIVE "SOME STEER." Charllo Jacques, of Orion, has the distinction of being the man who brought In the highest priced steers of the BOason bo far, when Parslow nnd Bo-noon got |!'-50 for one splendid animal which he had In a shipment which came up for the market this wook. That made this animal's contribution to tho total chock $140. There were other animals iti the shipment which brought 19.25. Mr. Jacques was handling tho shipment for some other parties from tho Orion district and Mr. Kogors wan tho owner of tho big follow.- Calgary Market Examiner. BEEN ORGANIZED No Delay on Conscription; Service Act Board Named .;. .j. .> ***.:> It looks like a chemise. It Is really night dress (presumably for the |ot weather), and the greater part of Is white crepe de chene. FOR SALE 50 HEAD 4 Grade Bucks LINCOLN SHEEP HARRY GOODWIX KIMBALL, ALBERTA 217-12 Calgary, Alta., Aug. 27.-Alberta's provincial advisory committee on food control was organized this morning at the Palllser hotel. Tho mooting was called by Ooorgo II. Clark, Dominion seed inspector, for tho purpose of forming a permanent, organization to co-operate In securing nutans and methods tor carrying out plans prepared by the various food bureaus and approved by tho food controller, to accomplish the following ends: (A) To have availablo as largo a quantity as possible ot suitable foods for tho allied armies. (B) To havo available as largo a quantity as possiblo ot suitable foods for the civilian population of Great Britain and the allies. (C) To have sufficient and suitable food at reasonable prices for the civilian population of Canada. Dr. J. C. Rutherford, superintendent of agriculture and animal industry of the department of natural resources of the C. P. K., was elected president of the committee and E. A. Howes, dean of the faculty of agriculture ot the University of Alberta secretary. Tho discussion was informal and was adjourned until this afternoon, when the first regular meeting of tho committee will bo held. Mr. Clark explained tho objects for which tho committee was formed, and called attention to the means through which these objects were to be attained. Among them are tho Increase in production of all food products; tho elimination of waste In the handling and use of foods; shitting of tho consumption in part, from foods needed for tho armies and civilian* populations of Great Britain and the allies, chiefly wheat and flour, beef and bacon; prevention of unnecessary Increase In tho prices of foods. To accomplish these things .some of tho following methods will be employed: Information to bo collected, arranged and disseminated; recommendations to be made; campaign of publicity and education to be conducted to bring about voluntary action to give effect to the information and recommendations. The members are: J. H. Lamb, provincial representative of the food controller; P. P. AV'oodbridge, United Farmers of Alberta; E. J. Fream, Alberta Farmers' Elevator Co.; H. A. Craig, deputy minister of agriculture; D. S. McKonzIe, deputy minister of education; E. A. Howes, dean of agricul- j Ottawa, Aug. 27.-Assurance that there will be no unneceiaary delay in connection with the enforcement of the military service act, wae given in an official announcement of the appointment of the military service council to assist in the enforcement of the military service act, has been appointed and It !,i proposed to name as members of the council, Deputy Minister of Justice, E. E. Newcombe as chairman and Colonel Hector Provost, Montreal, Lieut. Col. H. A. C. Machin, K.C., Ksnora, Ont.; John S. Moss, K.C., Toronto and Oliver Mowat tliygar, K. C, Edmonton. "A great deal of preliminary work has already been done In connection with the r.dminlstra-tlon of the act and much more remains to be done, particularly In connection with the appointment of tribunals. For five weck3 officials of the Justice department have been busy In anticipation o* the passage of the bill. There has been and will be no unnecessary delay to the enforcement of the military service act." TELL PITIABLE TALE PLIGHT OF RUSSIA El Huns Attacking Hospitals; New Kind of Frightfulness Pelrogratl, August 27.-- Con. Van-ushnvlch,'formerly chief of Hie ."cn-eral staff, testifying before the Creation department of the sennln at tho trial for high treason "f (len. Sou!;-' monclng today (Mondavi. Tho subject of .the play in birth control and while Mr. Barnes makes no att.pmpl at. sensationalism he dons not. handle the subject with kid gloves. Because of tho sacriduess of motherhood and out of courtesy (o the laddies the. dally mat luce perfonniincs will bo reserved exclusively for (he ladies. Gentlemen will he admitted at ail other performances. Because of the subjeel of I'nlmrn Child" no person under eighteen years of ago will he admitted (luring the enticement. The confronting problem. "What is lo he the fate of her tinhorn child? is really the problem of I his wonderful do'i-.vr some bonds entrusted to him. To cop the climax he gets into s� light in ;i cafe, and with difficulty escapes arrest. Bill nnd Kthol quarrel,-he mahes up his mind to leave homo, and "make good" in his own way. Mistaking the bonds for a package of Ethel's letters, he puts them into his pock-el. and talk's Ihem with him. On his way west, Bill meets D. 9. AppletoH, a lumber baron. The train is wrecked, and Bill, having saved Ap� pinion's life, is taken from the wreeK-aire unconscious and hurried to tho Appb'lon home. I.ill lolls Applcton hn is loi:!;ing for work, hut. refuses to reveal his Identity. The lumber king offers hliii work either In ills offices homlinoff, Hie former minister of war. and tho minister's wife, charged wilh being an accomplice, drew a graphi human play. The author shows great I or in his lumber camp, and the young modesty f, the handling of this deli- man accepts a job in tho camp, cale theme yet. at. the same time por- i description of the terrible position of i traying vh idly and fmpliaiic.-illv n piny '.30 FOR LADIES ONLY Hear the Inspiring address on "Motherhood" at tho Dally Matinees. Elaborate Production and Company With Mina Gleason and Powerful Support Ing Cast. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ADMITTED EVENINGS PRICES Matinees.......25c and 50c Nighi3 25c, EOc, 75c and $1.00 SEATS AT THEATRE NOW LiBbon, Aug. 20.-The Portuguese Socialists have decided not to participate in tho Stockholm conference. They will, however, send representatives to London to attend the meeting of the workingmen's party. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Office-C P. R. Freight 6hsd� PHONES Office .....i..... 116) Stables .......... 1064 DRAYING Phones 1345 or 13S6 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy'a 410 13th St UssaasMMsasMW RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lethbridge by the Herald Job Dept. PHONE I 2 52 AT THE MAJESTIC The picture par excellence, the supreme offering of filmdom, is "Tho. Whip," tho screen version of the famous play that ran for threo years in London and for over two seasons in New York City when it was produced by William A. Brady. "Tho Whip" comes to the Majestic on Thursday and Friday. Howard McKont Barnes, a dramatist who already has one success to his credit in "Tho End of a Perfect | Day," is the author of a new drama of discussion. "Hor Unborn Child," which will be tho attraction atlTie Majestic for' 3 days with daily matinees com- MAjEsnc-^-asa SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT, SUPER FEATURES, LTD., AND THE DRURY LANE CO., OF AMERICA, PRESENT THE RECORD SMASHING SUCCESS AT STARLAND WEDNESDAY AND THUR8DAY FARE & ONE-THIRD _FOR THE ROUND TRIP Going Aug. 31 to Sept. 3 Final Return Limit September 5th TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SUMMER'S LA8T PUBLIC HOLIDAY BY TRAVELLING VIA Canadian Pacific Railway "THE WORLD'S GREATE8T HIGHWAY" Apply any C. P. Agent, or R. DAW30N, Diet. Passenger Agent, Calgary. LABOR DAY MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3rd Travel Always via Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. The World's Greatest Melodrama Originally Produced at the Drury Lane Theatre, London.-1,000 Tremendous 8cene�. THE TERRIFIC TRAIN WRECK. THE THRILLING RACE TRACK SCENES. WONDERFUL RACE-AUTO VS. TRAIN. THE DASHING FOX HUNT. THE $50,000.00 SMASH. Lane i rieau SEE EWES FOR SALE In numbers to suit purchaser. Burke & Taylor p.o. box 650, LETHBRIDGE 213-12 TEN TONS OF SPECIAL STAGE EFFECTS ONE SHOW NIGHTLY AT 8.30 SEATS AT THEATRE NOW Twelve Expert Stage Operators Used to Faithfully Reproduce the Thousands of Effects. Prices - 25c, 50c 75c COMING WED.-THUR8DAY ARTCRAFT PICTURE8 CORP. Present the Great Comedian WtiM GEORGE M. COHAN APPEARING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MOTION PICTURE8, IN HIS OWN GREAT COMEDY DRAMA BROADWAY JONES Admission: Matinees 20c and 10c. Evenings, 25c and 18e I "TEDDY AT THE THROTTLE" Two-Reel Keystone Comedy TONIGHT-TOMORROW FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT -MARIE DORO IN 5-RccIm - "II EABT'S D f, S I R E" - 5-Reels VI AAsftnCC1 sOl SEE HAROLD LOCKWOOD AND MAY ALLISON IN CMrKtiV � THE PROMISE * H ' m ' KXtfl IDsTr.lAI , & W. . a Mat inn UinnrlaKHltu � \U 11.1 I If. ��-._- -I l____ � t*_ i_ xl. uiiij. **�___�_.> � * BIG SPECIAL L � mmm tonight mm 10c-15o A Metro Wonderp'ay of a Wild Life Tamed by a Life In the Wlldt. A Speelsl 2-part L-KO Komedy featuring Phil Dunham In "The Trail of ths Lonssemej Pill." ;