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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta nKCBMBKR 5, 1917 THE LRTJinmnGK DAILY IIF.IULD PAGE FPVE The folluu-ing are the figures for school iLilenJauce at flie puttie schools jfor iho mouth of November: Enrolment for November Vancouver. Dccj first war enlor to come to Vancouver since the (loatliiE ot the Victory loan is. by to- inddeni'e, for iilmosl ei-1 tiio amount sVrlption to the loau Issue. Tbo con- tract carao from thil imperial munit- ions board to Couglilen's Limited, tihlpviirdj, and provides fur ilio con- struction of four additional S.SW ton steel freight steamers, turbine pro- neller. similar to the six already un- der construction in t'uu yards. The Couginftntt yards have itoiv building contracts to llio valuo of more 1S3I) .1674.85 S1.53 Average daily attendance JVrteiitngo ot attendance Total enrolment (or term The his best record of atteiidauro tbc eily's sub- Uie monlh is nclj Water- ms n'i> room at Kl eel wood, school, which receives the banner. ;W. A. Buchanan THe'Union" Government candidate, and others, will'-: address tKe- follovv- L 1 I 3 ing meetings in the Lett-- bridge 'Federal (Jpnstit- i uency: SPRING COULEE 5 LEAV1TT Thursday Afternoon, 6 MOUNTAIN .VIEW Thursday Evening, Dec, 6 KIMBALLV Friday Afternoon. 7 AETNA EVening, Dec. 7 CARDSTON Monday Evening, Dec. 10 (WITH HON. A. L. SIFTON) COMMERCE Tuesday Afternoon, Dec, 11 IRON SPRINGS Tuesday Evening, Dec, 11 TABER 13 (WITH HON. A, L. SIFTON) 11R In Conjunction Yviih Have Carried Out LOOKS GOOD IN SASK. Saskatoon, "J. A. Oalder arrived this n: or tains .from wLere a meet- ing was held Tuesday nlyiu In the Unionist campaign. Tonight he and Private Turner, M.L.A., I peak a'. Prince Albrtt Mr, Culdcr expresses high confid- ence In Ihe success of the un- ion carupitisu lu ihe province. (HWALUMAT It L What the Press Agents Say 'aEufugton, Dec. dec- laration ot the American govern- ment's intention to respect the neutral- ity ol Switzerland has been forwarded to Berne, but the text will not bo made public here until notice of Its receipt) at Kerne, has bent received. j Anxiety of the government rat, the-lightening ot hostile Hues alonp her frontiers might result in violation of her, territory caused ren resentations to be ma'do to ihe co-bcl- ligerents. Similar declarations arc understood to' have hoen madii by a.tl the allied governments. Switzerland's apprehension is be- lieved to have been aroused largely by Insidious iqatla by (Jer- mnny that the allies were planning to cross SVORS territory in order (o get at the German lines from a more nd vantageous point. fins in tronjunction HI, efficient' force of Itussii'.us, Have carried out a' successful operaiiji: 5u Mesopotamia, Major General K. H. Maurlco. chief director of Military ouemionK at ihe war office, aunjmiced jciiay. of the German on (he British saliout in Ihe Cainbral area, Ccucral Maurice saW: _ "The enemy lias !o a oerialn extent got us into an awkward iwi'siiion, and soiji'e adjustment 01 our Jincs may be Mfce-essary. U'e may to muke slight (Us niriu of tbc salif-Ri." Candidates Being Allowed To 'Ketirc Much Ijiler Thau is Usual I I I Toronto, Dec. Pollen, eminent naval export. In an interview here today predicts a naval battle ot unimaginable violence and UestrnoUve- juess as one of ibe probable dosing scenes of the war. Mr. Pollen came i hero to address the local navy league, 'the Canadian club and oilier organl- j "It Uerjuany sustains a crushing de- 'feat In the Mr. Pollen f "1 .shall expect to see her entire fleet em- I ployed in a desperate .attempt to I achieve control of the seas and as a result take part in an engagement with the massed naval power of Hritain, In such a battle as earth has never vis- loned, a tattle that will result in the niter destruction of Germany's great fleet and doubtless a. very part appears at jitarlaud tonight and tomorrovr in "Temnta- tion" Is a cast of careful selection and uimsuiil oxci'llonce. Pedro de (laba. The man who will be remerflber- oil for lila brilliant performance of the In is seen an Ulie youttj? cttiuposer in love I ltdiiec. In this role, de Cordoba is Gloria's Romance, the serial, will be ample opportunity to display shown for tho last time at the Or- the talent which has matte him one tonight. Cain. Ashe. who has .of the foremost young upon the American Fiagc. a foreign- hcen ontc-rtulnins the public i and sii for the last tlui will also appear AT THE EJ1PRESS The it a (Jura created a liig sensation here In t'li'ler Two Flags. This picture waa lielrl over UTO extra at the by and will be shown for the last time tunight. Oiiaiva, Dec. Is stated by of- Of our3> u Dattle In which entirely new j flctiils charge of the election that methods, new engines of destruction, 1 the more extended period ncw tEctics be nccC5Sarily em. AT THE .MAJESTIC MAJESTIC GeorEO T "A Daughter of the (he mil- lion dollar picture beautiful, in which Aiinette Kellerwani] appears will be offered at Ihe Majestic Theatre to- night again, for Ihe last lime. Those who have beey fortunate enough to seo the fair Annette at the JJajestlc is tho first report ot fighting by Russians since nczotisitiotis for an armistice betvrcta Gormnny and HUE- I leaving names of retired northern .front hsivc been in- for weeks, hut the army of the which will elapse between nomination ploycd and for jn al, day and voting day reUrmnfr orncer- Gerinany woutd her entire are being permitted to exercise their rjeet of suhniarineB aut THEY GAVE IS RUN-DOWN MAN VINOL And He Got Back His Strength and Energy Shcboygan; was all'faggeu run no appetite, ntrvous, sleepless nights and drowsy during the daj, and wai not fit to work. A friend told me to take Vinol. I did so, and can-now eat three squire meals a day. I sleep alert, active, strong and well and have gained eleven Higby, Shebpygan, This is because Vinol contains the elcmcnta-riecdeil 'to create a healthy appetiie and' reitor'e strength. The complste formula Is printed on every package. This is your protection. J. D, MjGIHBOTHAM LTD. Druggists, Lethbrldge. 'Also at the best in all Alberta towns. Caucasas front has been carrying for- the campaign tfce Tufha. The Jtuss'an forces in I'ersia, -near the border, liave done ainoc the Russian revolution, however, and tho lessening of their effort seriously iuterfered with Hie Husso-Uritish plan of campaign "after the caiiture of llagdad, ivlien n junc- tion of these forces Lad'almost tec-n effected. In regard to the matter of candidates off the ballot papers. For inEtanco in aud Victoria, New lirunswieV: neiitary participants. The sub- s would not likely he a strong to such a collo3sal brittle of the cat, has retired leaving F. )i. Carvcll nnauestlopably wouU." hi the field opiiosillon. ihe! returning officer will decide whether not name will remain on the list. The probabilities are thai ft' DISAPPEARED 51oatreal, Uec. C. An explanation will iiot aiipcar, aiid lliat Carvcll. is forthcoming of tho uisappearanci will liaveVn acclamation. The prccs- of three prisoners ordered by Kecord- dent established in all previous elec- er Semplc to be turned over to the tfens, when only one week elapsed be- military anthontiesjor neglecting to twcen nominations and rolling, was, tnc colors or secure exemption un- tliat unless a candidate retired I aimed- aer tny Military Service ac-t. It, ap- iately after his nomination, his name pears that tlic police let the men go unanimous iu their praises of the wonders of the produc- tion. It is easily classed as ono of Toronto, Dec. 1'rcsby- tcry passed a strong resolution en- dorsing Union government, and com- mending to the support of the sup- port of the electors. At St. Catharines. St. Catharines, Out., Dec. The Ministerial 'association of St. Cathar- ines and district has 'Unanimously passed a resolution endorsing Union government. At meetings Mr. Buchanan will be assinted by one or more of the lowing gentlemen; w. s. BALL S, J. SHEPHERD t DR. 0. W. LEECH C.F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C. SENATOR DEVCSER H. JELL1FF .S.S. DUNHAM s W, A, HAMILTON H, i. SROWN E. C, MACKCNZIE V 6. WfLKIE R. A. 8MHH E, DUNLOP MAYOR HAfiOlE J, HTQ1NBOTHAM 'DR, QALBRAITH, _____ "COD THE 21 Days AND Christmas WILL BE HERE The Morning Shopper opportunity fir thought- fuf, csrsfu] selection. Help'to diatribuUr tfie day'k bufilncit more evenly to reduce the coat of selling. Thi> Twentieth Century Book Store THE TREASURE HOUSE OF .DISTINCTIVE QIFT8 C. W. MANSON .PHONE 6131 614 FOURTH AVENUE CflXftDIAK pacific VISIT THE ALBERTA WINTER FAIR AT CALGAR'Y .December 11 to 14, the most magnificent attractions ever offered in this city. To- night's performance will start at S.30. "Xearlv Edgar Selvryn's carnival of laughter will be the offer- ing at the Majestic on Thursday. Fri- day and Saturday of this week. In Ihis really funny farce comedy petite Madge Kennedy Is starred. Madge Kennedy will be well remembered by her escelitnt work jit "Baby "Nearly Married" was seen in Lclh- bridge as a stage play some time ago when It was offered by Marie Temp- est. the celebrated English1 comed- ienne. There will be but one performance nightly at S.30, and any priced seat er. de Cordoba is able to all of: the ami temperament of the Lathi in hts of tbe strug- gling musical geuliid. That distinguished dramatic artist, Theodore Iloherls, as Otio Muller, the Impresario, is seen En one of tho best haraeteriiatious In which he has an- eared, since he has teen with Ilia >asky Com Those who have ollowed Mr, lloloris Jn his stage and creeu rareer, know what to expect nd it Is enough Jo aay that they will :ot be As Madame Maroff, Elsie Jane oii, Muller's discarded plaything, has part exactly suited to her wonder- ul emntJonal ability. The remainder of the cast is of the sual Lasky excellence. As iu "Carmen" nothing has been .pared on the Tke cenes in the opera house are correct n detail and magnificent In scope. Those who saw Harold Lloyd In Luke The recently, have mother treat of laughter in store when he appears tonight and toinov- ow in a two reel scream, "Luke's Wild Women." ijwearetl on the ballot. The change In.wlieu they paid fines imposed upon t rp-prv-.i in hv nhnn pracitse. due to the for offencea .they Imd commit- m adiancp bj phon- .imc allowance, marie necessary for ted. .he taking of (lie soldiers' veto. ANCHOR- SIN'GLE FARE for Ihe round trip from all sla-- in. GOENG DATES, DEC. 10-13 RETURN LIMITr DEC, 17, 1917 Union Organization Contest For Village CouhciJ Hurdelt, lUEellng Ms supportcre Springs In Ihe afternoon A.. "Buchanan came to Burdelt and held a rousing meeting in In levelling. Despite the bad wea- ther -conditions over a hundred at- t tended-the meeting. Mr. Buchanaii "and Dr. Leech spoke'and were heart- ily applauded as 'they sco'ted thetr TKJijUs for union BOTernmenl." Gco. ,H. Johnston, well( known Lib- i oral, presided ot the [meeting ,a wag Harnod with Mr." 'Jphtislon as prc'sl- 4 dent, W. O. Lyons nfi'd E. Tlrown, vice- president and secret- a stroiig'executive commit- jteo. There is to be a contest for the vil- lage councillors aro to be elected and thero are five 'candid- (ates as follows: A. Hamilton, W. J. Mnswcll, G. H. Johnston, J. H. San dy and'E. Brown. Travel via Canadian Pacific Railway "THE WORLD'S GREATEST HIGHWAY" R. DAWSON, JDislrict Passenger Agcnl, Calgary, Alta. up PLEillLIY THE C.P.R. GIVES YOU TWEHTY YEARS TO PAY Xn itnmtnse area of ihe most fertile land in Western Canadi for sale at low prices and'easy terms ranging from 511 to for farm lands with ample lands up to ISO. One-tenth doWn, balance if you wiab within 1 wen 17 yeirs, la crrt'aia areas, land for sale without settlement In irrigation ban for farm buildings, etc. up to also icpayabk in twenty only 6 per csnt. Here is your opportunity to increase your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or to secure your friends as neigKbors. For literature and par- ticulars apply to Allan Cameron, General Superintendent of Lands, Department of Natural Resources, 905 First Street East, Calgary, Alta. Local WILSON -SKEITH Sherlock Bldn Phone 1343 Lethbrldgs WOMEN ARE NEEDED s" TO HELP IN WAR Women can bo crnploycd in nnraing tho Koucclcd, in making pp Ihe soldiers' Int.', and a otner wajs, Cftaadiaa-women ptlo from woman's .ills. For yoacg girb jast, entering womanhood j for women at the tiros; nnraing best by pleading; guilty, mothers and wwy woman who 5s exposures in court proceed- tired or orcr-Workcd-Boctor said. ''Thei less said'abont T, tlis cases he be ter t wJ 1 be (or Oer.- Faronto Frcscnptiorf la ma cUl, and certain hplpy It now I .This was Uhc third week ,.of the IM iai in tftblct form, proourablo at any (r'fal. In ,'previous sessions evidence gcwd diag or send Dr. Pierce, Tn- by the government liatl been Triida' Hotolj and Surgiwl IwtHntff, of'German in San Francisco, Dec.: most prominent- of 'tht thirty-four defendant! on trial j charged with conspiracy to foment rcvotut'on against British rule In India, pleaded guilty in the United States district court toflay. They were Lieut. Wilhelm Von Brrcken, former military at- tache of the German consulate general here; George for- rmr German consul at one.time president of the Ha- waifan Sugar Planters' Associa- tion, and H. A. Schroder, who wc- cetded'Rodiek as consul at Hon- olulu, Fear Further Exposure Lloul. Von Briftcken furnished llic reason for the sudden change In Llic plans' of thft former German consular agents, which came as a dramaI'lc op- ening to court loflay. "'J think'we can serve Dr.A.T.Spankie C. M.' EYE> NOSE AKD THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Are. and 2nd Si East, Calgary. Office Phono WSS43 Residence Phone "M2077 Interne and Ho.ise Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1M1-1314. Specialist to Calgary School Boifd S 274-2) AT STARLAND Supporting Gcratdino Farrar, the MAJESTIC Last Time Tonight-8.30 Wm. Fox Preients Annette Kellerman IN "A DAUGHTER OF THE GODS" Prices 75c 50e 2Se TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. jtSSE L. LASKY PRESENTS GERALDLNE FARRAR IN TEMPTATION' which the who ere ated a sensation in tht picture vcrtion of "Carmenr> enacti the roEe of an opera singer, ALSO LONESOME LUKE .'IN LUKE'S WILD WOMEN A two reel scream. Funnier than "The his lait big'picture. LATEST TOPICAL BUDGET Daily Shows at 2, 3.45, 7 and 9 p.m. Admission: 20c 2Sc and tOc STARLAND CONCERT ORCHESTRA 0 RPHEUM TONIGHT LASTT1ME __ Prices EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION Capt. Geo. Ash WORLD'S FAMOUS COWBOY AND TEXAS RANGER IS IN PERSON Who wi'l give an exhifc'it'on of fancy rnpe spinning, shooting, gun throwing, etc. He will also give a short lecture of hfs cowboy life on the range and his experiences In Mexico. Something to set and sjnrtelhjng; 1 .to remember., Miss Bilfie Burke IN "GLORIA'S ROMANCE" No. 6 "The.Broken Coin" And 2-ReeT L-KO and Jeff Comedy, TO Cor. 1st and 10th KUTH OXY-ACETYLENt Buffulo, N.'Y., 10 cents for Inril pact- Branch o3ke, BrlSgedurg, Onf.' 8f. Culliiriiies, hate tiiien Dr. Pierce's prite Prescription during expectancy, iihen I lelt npeci. illy U jecd of fitej me I taVe pint-, nre in 'PrcMfiptfon' to .young mothers, I xnow it' never Isil to kelp J. M. Pawcm. 8 St. Slritfor.1, do tlviik' Dr. Pteree's Favorite rreseiiptlOD tko best I have etcr VnowB tor of women. I haii lor oputt i long time been all tuid I doclorert, .fcirt nothinji sCesMtl to give me relief unit! I beni'taking 'rarcrlle Prcwription.' Tits wrtieine nTe mo nondertul relief t t tai tt 1. W [rigue In Ihe alleged conapirjicy .which, it was charged, extended Into all sec-- tlons of tho world. The altered con- spirators' Jpclddc, In addition to form- er German consular agenU, million- and brokers, anO, KttornDys, Insiiranc'e "and custom hrokers and many PIANOS iTEINWAY. x NORDHEIHER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS.' HAINES BROS.' 'Thew pjanoi ftfund In the' most exclusive homes. They made of finest and'best materials and by the most skilled work- men, Styles and prico to suit everyonfl, Come fn and them. Assinitoia Kute Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" 316 6th Street Phone v Remsmber tho llTflRYLOAN Dftiiwa, Dec. following telegram from iho'king wait recelreM by Hla Escellency, Ills gortrnor gen- dated London, .December 4: yog tad the people., of the Doiutnlosi npon noble anil patriotic support of the Vic-' forr tout.; i K. The Dnke of C'onnnogtrl lo hear -of Vlclorr OONT THE "AR VETERAN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Pie use EDMONTON. iirrx OR OUVKR PRESC 25o BIG DOUBLE HEADER fee Me Today In My Lalert intf Funniest 1917 Lauflh "THEFLYCOP Positively Firet Showing In Lethbrldge. Fox PrwenU "UNDER TWO FLA6S" mlrtUrly production of Ould- A CARNIVAL OF LAUtlHTIR GOLOWYH INC, OFFER! J, LOCAL SECRCtARY MADGE KENNEDY STAR OF Ml "TWIIJ AND 'm TMI CYCLONIC FAtft ANO PUCES: ClilUnn ;