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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 1917 TIIK LRTIinniDGK DAILY ITEIUI.O PACK FIVF. CRUDE OIL ADVANCES Piltsburs, 1'eiin-, prlu Blades ul crudo oil ware adTatic- ft by (Le purchasing. ageuclM terc today, mokla; llio new prlcos as fol 1 Peauarlraula 25 cents 2 barrel to 13.75; I'orntne, ZO cents a barrel to }2.89; IB cents a barrel to J2.11; Someisol, 15 cents a birrcl lo J2.55. The advance came u complet-j lu producers vho. nhea tbo hlfih point reached by tho lu crease luuouuccd August 20 Upl, lie- the market bail reached Ibo lop. Mo cause other (bun' scarcity vafi assigned by Ihe yurchagers. Just Received A CONSIGNMENT OF CHILDREN'S SHOES fn alt sizes from a merchantk who Is golup out ol llio shoo buRlncss. Thcic -'.vlll be clcnnod cul tL rcducoil yjlcai. Tho above nrc now on salo. CMUIQ early If'you want lo feot your At WILSON'S AUCTION ROOMS Labor Hall, Seventh SL S. Post Office 233-3 Campaign For Red Cross' Now Ihjt the Patriotic Fund has iMen ukcn ovtr In Alberts by the provincial government the Ltthbridge brancK of the Red Croai hat otalded to TA'M money for Iti work during the coming year In the iarrte way as was em- ployed by the fund. A meeting was held on. friendly night at which U decided to put on a four day campaign from Decem- ber 18lh for the of rais- ing which will te requir- ed next year. The game organiza- tion as nlicd the patriotic fund during the past two yea re In Letfv brJdge will be asked to undertake the big just before ChrlnV mas. FOR ARMISTICE Uerlin, Dee. for au armistice on ihf Uuss- 1 Inn (root have bcguu. the uar annouiiteH- CAHMANGAY Cormaucay, Dee. gay municipal nominations: Dr. A- F. WIIsou, M. Darbcr, R_ -A, Monat. A. H. three to Wetect- tJchool H. A. Mowat H. MUUr. FQRlHOrr ForoiisOtit, 3 (or L-ouncJLora BiirUntlou It M. 34, for 191S resulted as follows. Division No. I: A. J. H. Donahdo, by iicclatuatton; fNYtafoa No. 2: Contest ci3 by L. K. Sutloa anJ Samuel Hodg- to; No. 3i D. I. Powell, by ac- Division No. 4: H. 13, Chud- lolgh, acclamation; DlrMon No, 5: 'Tlios. 11. by acclamation; Division N'o. G: John A_ Stewart, by accJauiallon. j FORTY MILE I Xomtuatlons for councillors for Forty Tiiile H. M. Xo. 64, resulted .ta follows: DLrlslon 1: G. Sowall. by ac- clamation; Division '2: T. 11. Walker, by acclamlloii; Division 3: No nom- inco; Division 4: .No nominee; Divis- ion 5: Jas. Nellj by Isloti fl: O. Fleiaff. by acclamation. MCLEAN RURAL llellair. Dec. I Ion a for Mcl.can Ilural Municipality as fol- lows: J. T. Jas. Hooper, J, U. John Pcrfiuaoii, W. C. Pollack About forty tJeclw-s ailcndcd 1> W'm. Fowlr. Fred Ixmg imectlnB at Stirling on Saturday aero. Slio lo bo eleclei. Highest lljreeling which was addressed by fa. S. Duii- for two ycai-a Lowest for one year. Jliam. A. Hogg and L. II. Tlie RAYMOND .-ineetlng vi'aalwcll dlsiKist-d towards Rayuionrl, Dec. ye-s-i llio i-andidalurc o( Mr. ilr. lerday resulted as fulluwa: For couutll i Duuliaiu spoke on Mr, Ilucliaoan's Will ClciulE, Dave Poiveltoa, J. record since he dlltcrcil willi his lead- Coslley, WIH Stone. P. Van years ago on pnorlnclal af- Jan. B. Klsher. Oeo. Coufl, (ires lu be elected. For school broad: S. U, T. O. Kint, J. Evana. W. D. Nald- er, throe- to eltclenl. WARNER Warner, Dee. -1. Nominations yes- tenlny as follows: for Hural M'u'nlcl Nominatlons A, (i. Jolinson, all fuiinor jncuiucrs acclimation. fairs aud alao on tbe Vntou candid' ato's allltuilc lowircls the farmers. London, Mancheit- Guardian today says it under- ktandt that a meeting or the op- poiHlon Liberals at which fcrm- tr Premier Aigulth was prestnt. was entirely favorable to tho recent Lansdcwne letter, although somg of lha leaders wsnl further than olherg In their approval. Whan Mr. AiquUh tpeaka a! Birmingham on Monday hli ref- erence to the letter, the Guardian predict; will be "to cay the least. What the Press Agents Say .Mr. Jlogc-anokc on iho Issue pointing out thai ILe relerei.tlum would occasion great tlelay. The pres- ent election he said would be a refer- endum and a'ou'd determine whether pa lily of Y.'araer: C. b. Alklus, S. L. Canada would refute to support tho EllEsonl A. KrlckRo'n, Hale, at tlie front. 'Ho also showed Scott, Harry Joiies, by acclamation. [uml the voluntary system IH laosl ex- pensive owing to the coat or recruiting and the heavy charge on the Dbmln- occasloned by the [act that so .many rbarrlcd'cicn with families had demand (rom otbur cities that con- L'.S made wllu llicrn tilted on time as agreed. This luaje.-illcaljy beautify.' famadyl kunlluuc for weelts If one would fruto the atteiidanre last j 111. li gives promise of aiiythine In tUu way ol that has bctn Kci-n in rhld cliy in j who Lave seen thi-i wonderful picture1 ran appreciate phy tMi 'i. 'or never lu the annals of ilit- iii-uEeiVtini Las anything so prc- t-vc-r bQt'H atteiuplcd- It is to the genius aiid of William Koi aloue that "A of the CJods" was niado for about liiyj were dtscoureged iluo Ibe oifposnioji lhat was mei wiih In U.e wcy of hurricanes, floods, nr.d citeuitut, ih': shrug and smirk til tin adventurous, vcars such a bcwitchlne lit- tle jacket In chapter sijt of Hie new George Kleine Motion picture novol "Gloria's from Uie ptn uf Mr. and Ilupert.Hughes. You can aee lier in it at the Orphcum tlicatrc tyjifeht. Aslie, the trick Eliootcr n'nd roper, will also been seen again at Iho Orphcum tonight, y ie who la offered ihe trlumplis and glor- ies of nn operatic career, but spurn-; them nither than lose licr sweetheart's j woman Is seen at llio UiinU for ex- love, Lhf9 brilliant her bast. I: 0 RPHEUJW TONIGHT Prices EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION Capt. Geo. Ash WORLD'S FAMOUS COWBOY AND TEXAS RANGER 16 MERE IN PERSON Who wl'l give an exhibil'on of fancy rope ipinntnp, ahcotfng. gun throwing, etc. Ke will afso give a short feature of hit cowboy, life en the rnngt and hli experUnces in Mexico. Something to see and sjirelhlng lo remember. Mist BiUie Burke IN "GLORIA'S ROMANCE" No. 0 "The Broker Coin" And 2-Rtel L-KO Scream, Mutt Jefr Comedy. AT THE Kennedy, the star o[ "Baby unal which had refused to exempt will he jecn at the on him on conscientious grounds: Uailey Tliurstlas-. Fnday and Saturday this said he would refuse lo atruse'.c m a successful against Wood. William comedy "Nearly Married." cm. leader ol the Loyal DcnomfraUan rt was In 5Iarried" that of tho Church of Christ tn which Tc-mpest, the cclebraled English ey liclonRed, eatd their tenets of faith comedienne mndo her appearance In were founded on the new Lethbrldge-two seasons'aRO, scoring They re'crfgnlzi-c] iio earthly poLenlale, an emphatic lilt. Those who saw the Christ was-their'TvHag and they-could comedy then Kill .even today rcmcm- noL-liear its fenny situations, lla-hreesy wil, Western i.t-ncecdcii to apafkling coincijy. LAST TIMES TONIGHT JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS 'FANNIE WARD V "THE CRYSTAL GAZER" JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS GERALDINE FARRAR i IN Also "L'UKE AND HIS WILD .WOMEN" Two Rtcl Comrdy LATEST WAR Performances Dally at 2, 3.45, 7 9 enlarge upon liis ueiieit wouhl ileinonsjralc ti> Judge Siunuons all. her prev- ious elCorU in "Nearly' and these beliefs whereupon Hia Lordship. Ihere certainly 'promises to be a car- said he could not tolerate any demons-1 nival oC laughter at the Majestic" this the court njJgM remain In I week end. Jiesalan several yearn If he consented I i_ }ii j- shoeing the (lie particular calms of Bailey. Mier argument; Ite' BllracUon a" Ihe I tcimlli-' lhat be- st. Paul, Minn., Dec. live quiet reigned here Inst night In j co..ld the street carman's dlsuute willi the peo-p'e coul? company brer wearlnjr un'on buttons wlilch Sunday night resullcil In .rioting In which nearly fifty cara were dam- aged and a number of trainmen hurt. pen! the central apneal In Ottawa. Judgo was of the opinion that the denomination. men- tioned-by Bailey had no articles pro- hibiting Its adherents from entering inllHary.serrico. Western rrplfeil that people could not conscientiously be soldiers and Christians at Ihc same time. o on the dale Ing niglit, no extension the same being possible, to the Several hundred armed guards palrpll- -ed Iho- down town slreets anri only scattered are re- j ported: Guards alao are on duty In I Minneapolis as a precautionary raeii- euro, but no disturbAnces hnvc occur- John Wagner, Ramsey county shcr: iff, was suspended from office ycsler- doy Ity Governor Tlnrnqtitst Ufion TO- ports that tho sheriff .failed to lake, slops to prevent rJoIIng In St. Paul on Sunday, Uuainess agents of various Twin City labor un'ona arc busy err a ng Ins ;for a convention lor'St. Paul on Wcd- nesday at vJifcIi plnng for calling syni- i pathetic strikes will be discussed. I NEW GOVERNOR FINLAND Dec. receiv- ed here Trom say .hat Ihc BoTsheviki government in I PetroBrad Lias appointed M. Shlskol governor general In to X C. NeTirasoff, >ho It' was rcporled recently has been ousted1 irbm I.Tfe ptist by the provisIOTial ?old-l iera' comuiittec nnd replaced 6y a sail-j ?r. 1 This would appear Lo indicate Uinl the follower of Nikolai Leninc arc not disposed to recognize Finland's rocflnL dcclarallon of Indepcnrleiice. All ihe parlies in Finland have imw recognized 11m so called soVercIgnlly i passed by ibe old Ju.y 19-! Thjs law nbolislicil tbe poit of gov- ernor general. Indio, Texas, Dec. Iwq fights between Jlcxfcar liandlls ahd American border cavalry during pnnl two. days the entire Hlg Beiid, river fronl was under arms today and orcry prAautloti WBB tnken to prfe'vont Turlher firing into AniorlcRn tenHtpry or bandll raids by Ihe orffADlzcd lorce of outlaws nnrfer Chlcti Ciino. suld (o be KAnlwl both la Mexico and the Unlfcd on aerfodi charges I'rivalc Kelflt Trva.i wounded ycalerday when Unltcil Slates troops croaaert the border'and killed twelve bandits. Col- onel LuREhorae, In personal commnnd of th6 troops along Ihe Illo Orsrcde, bclrovca ho ha'g the situation well In hand' wltli retnTorccmenis Rt his cofn- mairi ftufrklantlf large lo run down HTul annlhllato nny banillt hand which rnfsht rcprlsnls for tho IRK of thirty IIvo of their number on Siiturday and twclvo yeaterdar. EAST AFRICA CLEANED OF THE ENEMY Lonrtonr Deo. Africa has 6ccn compiotoly cleared of Iho uncmy. Thlh official waa made tonight. Dr.A.T.S'pankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE ArSb THROAT SPECIALIST. Office 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Coruer-Sth Ava. and 2nd St. Orilce Phono M2S4B Hcsidcnco ITipDe M2077 Interne and lla.iEO Surgeon, Manhatlna Eye, Ear, Noao and Throat HoBplUl, New York City, 1911-1914. to'Calgary School Board 274-21 UIG off, Me I'ocTay In My Latest and Firnnlest Laiton THE FLY COP Positively Fint Showing In .Lelhbridge. Allo Wllliin Fox Preaenls Theda Ban in "UNDER TWO FLAGS" A masjerly'production of Ould- Internationally drama A ELECTROCUTED Louis, JIo., men! eleclroculccl. anil Ihreo electric ehockfi when n wire, cable which the nien were-bundling! it Ihc.plant of iliti Anhcusor'Buscli liroko noil fell on an eleclrfc ciOle. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Calgary, Dec, Alfcar-llallcy, editor'of the Fnlr Play been conl- miited (or (rlnl hcfore She supreme court on Ihn charge of orlmlirtil llhel Uilit ngolnst him by R. B. IfeiineU. The prcllnilnary hearing took place afthe police court IJaTld- son Tuesday morning. 4 f NO CHANGE IN PALESTINE Dw. 4 operations cbntlnov In Palen- line norlhwcsl at Jerusalem, 4 hut lio Ininorlanl in fr haa nrearreil, Trar office announces. The alnlo- fr ment followa: "Ueneral Allfnby rtajorlB the situation generally li changed. There has some [IghtlnK In the vlclnllr of Belrs Jt In which no hare taken prls- "bnere. county rnlrlcil a turklsh pcwt Bouth ol Nahr Auja and ac- counted .for Iho, whole of Its giirrlson. "Our alrDliines. conffnitc to 'ooinh Tnrkfth commnnlcatlona In Iho vlclnlly .of Tnftram HlUi succesifiil. resiilts." V PIANOS STE'NWAY. NOHOHEIMER. NEW SCALE .WILLIAMS. HAlKES BROS. _ planoa are round In Itit most They are 'made of the firreat ancf bttl materfala and by the skilled men, Styles and prlcta to aull everyone. Coma In and tntm.' "Everything MuaTcal" 815 etn S. Phoiw 1Mi Remmbar Adtfrtaa. PJI [TONIQHT TWICE WEDNESDAY 2.30 ud 8.30 '.WILLIAM FOX ANNETTE KELLERMANN THE'WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN of the GODS A PANORAMIC PAGEANT OF PRICES- a riui.Ed. WaliBMi AdurU Ste; a 1 DONT FDRCET TH1E WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER A CAMNIVAL OP LAUOHTIR OFFCM MADGE KENNEDY t 0 NEARLY MARRIED J. K. OIJVER LOCAL .SECRETARY ;