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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY BJGRAUJ PAGE FIVE Grant performed the and It was stated at tho time that the honey moon would be spent at Glacier They have elnce been residing on the Neson at Spring Tlils will probably be made a test to decide the status fit Americans ol military now resident la Can ada who have failed to register for tho army ttst Case cf Man Living Near Lethbridge Who Did Not Report Jn Within a couple of days an United Slates marshal will arrive in Lelh I bridge to lake back with him to Wls Uyron of Cou whom a warrant lias been Isworniout by United States District Attorney Wolfo at on ground that tao vounK who is lit son of Ifallcd lo register for tho selective I draft In tho United Nelson lias I been In Canada for somo toe on one of tlio farms of the Nelson Farming 1 at Spring of which Con Igressroaii Nelsou is The I VOUDE man was in Canada on registra I tlon June and claims exemp tion on Ihe ground that ho is not now At the regular meeting ot tho Darn government has eat I in thcUnlted and has not been I Elnco the date ot the draft price on be It hereby resolved that the farmers of theBamvifl ulstrlQtElroBisly protest against the on farm and Demand that the pro duels of the shall be sold on lha open market without supply and cltmanl only ruling the BERLIN REPORT C via the southern Rumanian front yesterday the ItuMland were ejected from Tercchi pressed back over the heights beyond the village In the direc I we realliethat It would Congressman Nelson recently raado to to set a price In slateniout in which he explained I that his son was not rouuired to reg Iister while In Canada that he went 1 there In April to raise moved I bypatriotic anil was honored by the university as a war worker I that lie would bo manager of the farm I next year and that he stands ready to I register In Canada as soon as treaty I are made tor Americana to register there underthe American I registry Byron Kelson was In bridge on August 10th to JUss Anlla daughter of and of Both srid Nelson are graduates of the MAY WANTED 1A few carloads of good hay for prompt shipment Advise duality and Quantity and when delivery can be made SAUNDERS HAY A GRAIN 1221 Second r 732 on manufactured and all other commodities In demand by the reciulremeats tho allied wo deem It advisable that the pro ducts ot the farm should not be legis as we this class the government has en couraged tho farmers to eoiert all poss ible means to increase the present filing of prices would bivo a tendency to decrease other loc als of tho to take Hfco further resolved that we send a copy ol this resolutloa toPremier The Hoard ot Grain Supervis ors of The Canadian Council of The Grain Growirs local General Secretary of the A all locals to take a Hie Signed LB Dodd Holder of FErst Class PHONE 1810 242 THIRTEENTH Best wornriiai and a perfect fit Sir Thomas White moved the closure rule the third reading of the bill Ing the debate to todays sitting ot the house the opposition divided too The motion was adopted on a vote of 63 to a government major Ity of Tut rift and sd with the and Barrelto wiih the When the voto was taken Speaker Hhofiea announced that under the rules In 20 miuuto limo limit would li order to prevent he p gavel would be sounded when th speaker had bsen on his feet 13 tain utes and twice when the 20 mlnut limit hart been Tho house received the announcement with good natured Is tho gavel a present from Mackenzie and MauaT asked Itodolpte the who smiled but made m who resumed the said that under the Influence of this government Canadian Institu tions arc gradually becoming Ameri The introduction of the ga vel in the Canadian parliamentwas the latest move In that MacDouald got luto a little trou ble with the speaker by declaring that the minister of finance badapplied the closure because he was afraid to pro duce information which tho entitled A few minutes later when MacDonald was Interrupted by Sir Thomas the member for Iic tou said he hoped the speaker would tako note of the lime The speak er assured MacDonald that be would make allowance for MacDonald proceeded to describe the bill as Infamous legis which would seriously Impair the credit of the At ten minutes to four tho speak ers gavel fell for the first time in Uie Canadian parliament and a minute lat er It resounded MacDon aid was In the middle of a sentence and appealed for a little extra time The speaker said he had allowed1 him thin of Suchltza says todays official report from the eastern Artillery tho Ver dun sector reached a point of great violence yesterday even says todays oitlclal com Under Delusion he was Pcpuled la Haul Dowii Papal Flag Over School Prince August 30 formerly of 2C1 nglob Street as been sentenced by two justices it the peace at the town of 0 miles northwest of on the Canadian Northern to nonths in tho Prince Albert jail for hootlnV up that town because he claimed Ihe Union Jack had bem pulleddown from the public school o make way for the papal Wilson says he read a story in the Orange Sentinel of Toronto with a picture showing the papal flag Hying over this school He was deput ed tocome west to restore the Union Jack and reached Marcel Tuesday af ternoon Being told the school was a Gorman Wilson emptied his revolverinto tho flagpole and sawed it Afterward he pointed the Offer of Germany to Keep j DIRECTORf OF AUTO I LIVERY AND DRAYING Boultons Auto Livery CNOW THE COUNTRY PHONE US AT OF THE DAY OR NIOHTr V Phone 1206 IT COSTS NO MORE TO RIDE A Comfortable Car Uie a 7passerger Hudson In care of an experienced and care ful The Ilnflson Auto Livery Phones Day E6S Night 1289 Owner Buenos eply to Argentines embodying demands In cbniieeUon with the sub narlne campaign Argeri ino has been In official circles that the reply was The sole hat maintain rlendly relations Tilt is j willing to modifier my allowlri freedom of the seas to vessels v under Argentine lag carrying The note also promises the Indemnity or the sinking of the steam er Toro by German Reply SMIifasiory Germanys reply to Argentines demands In sub marine campaign Argen tine shipping has1 been In official was slated that tho reply Was According fo the La Ra the Germanfiole meets all the de mandsjof two mlnuteseitra for interruption ant would not Sir declined to accept the gestion made by the ministerc fin ance last night the leader ofthe opposition should not be restricted as to Sir Wilfrid thanked he mln ister of nhance for his but said If there is not enough freedom to goaround tho members of position I shall also go on short ra f y Sir Wilfrid said that ample provl sloru the was provided In the legislation of1914 that time proVlded for the taking over of the road should It become hyt madonoprtf vision tor securing should Itbecome The opposition hadmovedthat a maximum valae pj thirty million dollars should placed on the value the The oppo sition policy provided for both contlii genclev the government propose to buy the stock of bankruptcompany while theLiberal proposal was to biry the for thirty millions a Were a prosperous the which ought fotovedls the policy as written in the slatutelof but government wasgoing ack completely on that The 4iisiuiTO in 1SH providedan Mt of today tha govern ment proposes to the When the gavel had elapsed Sir Wilfrir concluded his remarks and the debate continued by NesblttV INCREASE IN SUBMARINE TOLL weapou threateningly at local towns Including the Ills ar rest by the provincial police It developed at the trial that several months ago Bishop Charlehois of the Roman Catholic was making man was told to hoist tho papalJlag in front nf but here being no rope there he hoist ed Iton the publicschool adjoin Apparently the photograph was forwarded to The Wilson is to bo examined as to his sarillyaud the magistrates condemn ed the Inflammatory article The having been published investigating the circum AT THE EMPRESS Idle will bo shown lor the last time tonight at tho Till shown before in hetb bridge drew large it should be sfifii bj AT THE MAJESTIC The heralrttd as the big gest of all uiotluii picture will upeii an engagement of two at tho commencing tonight This wonderful with its lialr is unAisputed as the most remarkable photoplay ever pre sented before the In one of the many thrilling scenes two fast press trains are shown running at a tremendous speed the rear car Is detached from the first Iralu dlrcclh n Ihe path of a following express rho latter crashes Into tho car and i shattered Into a rashly lit up by lurid flames and shrouded in a pall of steam from the burstcd boiler oi overturned Ttia purpose of the i Injury to the crack race horse The Whip and to prevent her from thn Saratoga defeated through the appearance ol rescue parly trho remove The Uhlp from Ihe stalled car iust before the Tho stirring incident is oua of the many that make Whip stand out and eclipse all its Nro laallnees will bo AT STARLAND George Cohan In Broadway Jones will be She attraction at Star land for tho last lines The piay and those who miss it iVlll miss a raro In these strenuous times the subject ot war and international spying are upper most In the in which ha stago star Margaret II makes Her mclion picture de concerns Ibis allabsorbing t Is a fJesse Lasky Feature Play company prodxictlon released ny Par amount and Is the attraction Friday nd The story of which was especially for Miss lllington jy Charles author of several of her greatest re lates the of halt one is the daughter ot a dip lomat and othor is a cabaret dan cer Inthe and Mil 1IIBP Albertas Eyesight Specialist 404 UNDERWOOD CALGARY Will he iu Ldlibritlge Dallas Hotel Friday and Saturday August 3 1 CONSULTATION TREE Prompt attention given to all hc best Serial Stars in the Millions ard acquainted with their greaf work In Universal Millions love because ol the thrills and fascination in every Serial which those tivu famous btars The Circus of Life will be bo Charlie Chaplin in AtJTo LIVERY Day Phone 1MO Phone 787 DRAYING Of All Kinds Limited FMi PHONES DRAYING Ptwwt Turner A Witchall jitflM KtnnWyt 410 J August Increase ihe number of British vessels Bunk astwoek by mines or submarine Is shown by the weekly admlraltystate ment issued Eighteenvw selsof more than tons were sen to the as compared with15 tho previous week and five less than as three the previous t seis were It s qujte see by the eager anticipating facea of In the city that some long coked Tor event la dua to occur ircttysopn quitp Pr on Tuesday ludrrilng th3 doors ol he oily Bchojiswill W opened for lie fall jvsys In Ahich the oaen spent by the various hut the most useful and that which many of tho hive out tho labor working oh qttne employ ed left school In Till he jranted special rUplotnas by the de partment of Others took exams and hut one lered a service to th coromanlty and Ihe country Several changeii anuvAdditlons have been made to thesCaffi 6t thfe various At Westnilhstery Klmhall and pOslt At Misses Arm arid and at HarJIovillo Misses Livingstone and of five are former high school slooenls and are welt known In maet ths Increasing Attendance at tho high school a new has been opened Ihero and will provide ajaco enough for aomo llnjft yef the weave lies tho a aewTiirWsh lowel Is satd t absorb water more rapidly than ab Thegirls become involved In the internatiohai spying systems of the c pun tries and one of them Is call ed upo to ruakathe supreme sacri flco forher NEER 00 WELL AT THE ORPHEUM Starting tha attraction at te OrpheufJl will be a filui version t Hex The Meor Do picture for direction lid Colin who dir icted has achieved what few direc ors have ever has lulu a photoplay of groat leuglh vlr ually without Itis action all tho The Neer Do with all Its depths of love and trop ical beauty anil fiendish jealousy and black ditrlgun with the naked pass Ions of men and bared beforo you ad only Ilench can bare ivlth its football hero player from New ensnared alike by dazzling southern the seductive Kcillh wife ot the other The early sliouthe Kirk spend ing his time in Then he Is put aboard a ship to arid there hb new life The action is tenso throughout Sev eral times the director introduces what one would call smash by situation suddenly to a which has been seldom done beforo in ener ize is theadvicegiven i theLabor to the nnlcnmen ythe of the lontreal Trades and Foster events f the past year from standpoint laboring touches on prof teferinis by advises he to Vsady for a wssible slump in industrial n Thers will be theusual abpr Day parade on AT THE ORPHEUM Orphepm Friday and Satur the first episode in The Purple The actors dresses that por tray the different characters in Th1 Purple Mask all chosen for their respective play the parts Beginning with Mis the mystery lady of the pur pie Ford as the great detective the way down the eachpersonage plays each part the author intended it should the cast IB perfectly guaranteeing 8 all other Universal a company of brilliant play ers who know every angle of putting a serial Grace Cunardand Frances Ford are FRIDAV AND SATURDAY JESSE LASKY PRESENTS MARGARET ILLINGTON IN SACRIFICE REGULAR PRICES LAST TIMES TONIGHT ARTCRAFT PICTURES GEORGE COHAN Supported by Marguerite Snow and an Atl Star Company In JONES SIX REELS OF ROLLICKING FUN Performances at and Admission 25c and 15c A GUARANTEED Starting Twice Daily Selig Presentsthe TenActFilm Version of Rex CHAMPIONS INNAME AND FACT ball team are the provin cial for this year in spite defeat In Calgary tourney of the Vulcan Champion yesterday defeated Vulcan 1 second game ol the serr iesj taking the side Cham pion iron the Tuesday game 6 to A t Owing to fact that 4 sporla rlay held prdv lously and 61 the 4 early the Lake 0ri this 4 year t AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTONS AUCTION ROOMS TENTH SOUTH 31 AT OCLOCK LARGE NEW OF CBOCKJ5KY Inoltidlng Cufia and 8 Coup sble Pjvlt JugSi i SOLD IN PURCHASERS ALSO A SMALL OF KOUfJEHOLD FUKX1TURR Including two handttftM MlM leather In iijfd leather chKfonitr with mirror MC Meailonil tablet oak dreaMr and new QUERNCV 4HOLC GA8 coOKINO BAXQE Cungoleum 10x12 tolltt ei tight feather cuihlont ell OLIVER two MachlnM othtr PHONES BUTTERFLY PICTURES P5ESENT The Circus of Life Featuring Little Zoe Ray Produced by Rupert Julian CiiarM Chapliii IN INDIA WELL I I i Prices 50cH A GRIPPING BRIMFUL OF ACTION THAT HOLDS YOU FROM BEGINNING TO WITH THE SAME STAR CAST MADE THE SPOILERS FNIPRESC Thai orcat Th nliv that New The olav th LA 1 LAST TONIGHT That srcat Th pliy that sstonlshed New The play that lifti the curtains of Olass Another rnSrterpbce by tre NO ADVANCE IN TONIGHTATAndFri day Night SUPERFeATURES LANE OF AMERICA OFrER THE RECORD SMASHING SUCCESS SEE THE TERfllPIC TRAIN THE THRILLING RACE TRACK WONDERFUL FOX THE ONS fttfiANTIC SENSATION AFTER ANOTHER FOR TWO HOURS A MARVELOUS PRESENTA TtON OF THE ENORMOUS DRURY LANE THEATRE 8UC TEN TONS OF SPECIAL MECHANICAL TWELVE EXPERT OPERATORS USED TO FAITH FULLY THE THOUSANDS OF EFFECTS ONE SHOW EACH AT POPULAR PRICES 25c 75c ANY SEAT MAY3E Kt ED BY PLAK AT THEATpfe r ;