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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta if; JANUARY y. nn7_ Hm-gcou 905'Third Avenue South Vifc vMlv'lhe Army'veieririary: .Britlih 'Expeditionary. Fores, France. M-s. II. W. Mis? Birtp On extend- ed ylBit' lo Calllprcl-J. Book inge Country, vit Up.lo-diti Service DIRECT- TO' GLASGOW eicnwcrs t'i lied wllli SVpry ..iiKiilcrn lento. Tickets: nisi! oihor liiion lloii" Irani 'any, ralliond iMp or H. E. General Attn Wlnnlpig. Si; Ph; M. Vir.callVcr, B.C. 631 Granvllle 8t. The, annual or llio ol Kiiox church, will bo held oven- Ing. llerrcshuicnls will .ho served. secretary- Siul cutters, Mrs. l-'ord am Mrs C, (1, MathewB-, Eiiiierliitcndcn of Junior 'Auxiliary, Mrs. A. Arnold nilninil illuccjan Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Taylor, ___ ___ Din, w'orth''a'nd'Mrs. Arnold 'will Ford oml Mm. Harrison as snbal lutes Afternoon, lea .wan served 2 ConioiaV Whllfck'nl mo'7811. Ihc. conclusion ol the business depot battery has gone lo gary on a recruiting IrlP. Nlchol, AMlln of At llio a.imi-fl nieelliiR of Ihn ICE Aid "I Knox church Hold lis iid, a few vjaBl.inu, riv--- weokB with her motlior, Falrbalrn, 027 rilxllr St. K. of iQinorrow' jtl V week the following offlccm -ver elec'.-al: Honorary president, Mrs. hoiiio of Mrs. McLean, 120S for Hcd C'ross II. Uenoon; Fall-Hold; In .....-A. uwcri; the II. president, .Mrs. W. I 1 secretary, lira. Jl. Avc. llavlilfuii; treasurer, Mrs. J. B. Ti rill; incentive, Mre. It. S, Smll Mrs.' Wm. Ilcndtrso rs. A. li. Stafford, Mru. K. firoc IHJB' returned -to Crah'brook. j The Willard W.C.T.U. r.ro hhldiilg a tea tomorrow afternoon al the homo ot Mrs. 1251 Jh Avc north.. The proceeds will he given loathe Ucleian llellef' Fund. Tim AlexnnJor Gait Uhaultf, K will he charfie ot the lea room nl'lhe il'ndson's Hay lomerrpiv altor- nooii What the Press Agents Say AT THE ORi'HEUM Chapter two of Iho (o Diamond from (lie.Sky" Is again Hoarse or Painful Coughs Qiil Ended lint Windstorm Last Night W as the Worst in Years i _ m _ IYou Wort Tliuionulilr. Tlic prompt aclion o( IMs wludowii in 11m Sebl Hardware wc-vu qiikkly healini; Iho iiilliuiin] or iv .i .eth'ljfldgo'. and perlcntcd the worst wind Blorm In ivs last jilBh.l 11 o'rlopk until morning. Hoots were I. windows were blown In ami uch da'-.iiajsd of a t-lmllnr iiuturu was was a howlliiK "-'hi- ok iind worked overtime. Pho roof-'bl tho Staiiilanl OaraKc on I Street South was 'tuiuplclcly rcpkcd, being Iprn Irani Itie walls, Tho hoard roofing over the base- ent roof of St. I'uliUk'a now dmrcli l (th Avenue wiw hlrljipcd mi and M! up iUT05H the strcel beside Ihu H. 0. A. About CO telephone volet, nioslly on la north eldc, have been blown down. id I'lulle 11 numhr-r of -telephones ive been uul out order. Tho electric (lent plain had n w. A uunihei' hf wlrus wcrn hlowi tint Ihn down und .llio city u'clock. Until piaje S'a fruill Illck-Scl .lull; ill" munuinj I uiomliriiu-s ol Ihc thrMl. rhest ot'bron- Ijlowii 111. I atij liiTuvnix up. Muyoi- Hardio'f oflici! was ralik'il liy hai canted it lo tlic wind. There Is. u liofj" JSniMni? Wind. I IIL-II; in u ik..b.' about clEhfleet In the west UKi. own. on'tl al lfi> oVluek It became so iiiti. a- t'tiiLS IjlllC'TQ IfjUJtCli side. Tho wind uirrlr.1 Ihc wlinlow ,'aslcr, "thWinii i out, (raiuo and nil, ileposillus it on Hi" bf0M and you Kelt, cw1 nayor's pliltc.topped desk. The nuiyor Blrep. 'Ilic nsiial Ihroil on s phkliiK up remains today. i chest "ron- l.iirnbel-, t'o, ollico was liloiyn down. aslhtaa' or winttr XotliEng bas been learned from mil bronchial couulif- To make lliis Eplradid toujh uu iiuriiii i th'n fiour 2''> oiitLCt'3 'Jl inn reins And this moniiiiK inbabllania uwokn vorlli) Vnto a lr''M bottle tind fill llin -llioso wlw hud been aalcop-to Iliul u.llh-u-ilh Biiiar tho wind awltcheil lo the caal. and one aide pollta rcgnrdliiK any damage; of Iho balmiest yr-ur lap. nf Hie of UIL lu Ilic municipal race tr.iok and a iivciy cyiiii'Bt may ho cipeclod. Alderman Itohlchand l.s Ihc- oldest man lu Ihe list, and wllli an LVOII illUll UJ II LI H HMO -.__..-- ie uicounlcrB; )n jwhlch (hu There Conlcsl KOI School Trustees nnd Alder- Lndics in Field he will make EOIIIP- ul his coll-, Ish opponents trot a lively" If they nob'u Iho wire beforu him un IThnisJaj'. There' arc un Issues at siakc .aside from a Edicral lo have an ef- lelcnt EC! of men to look after Ihe lubllc' iiilcrcst with n constant view o economy wherever It can be cd without In any way liunalrlni! the Ecivlce. Yo i liunlly n I tier Byrnii thuu YOU ttiul'I -u, for fi'l.M. Keeps mrfcctly id i-hildri-n love ila pleOEinf UcU1. a nnd lilplily conien- mpd rouipounct ol irinc cxtrjil, conoincd wllli juBilfOl arid Is known tho world orcr for lU and crrlaintr in over mini' htuhborn and rhcsl raltla To "avoid your ol Tin--' A 'ASSEMBLY or THE PROVINCE ALBERTA Ur. and Mrs. A. G. Robertson lell this niornlnE three iihtch will Ineluao Sail' Wash- Ihgtoii York bis uiujanhy-. cojoitanio, n'ro'nkcy .and -others are en- REFUGEES Cranbrook, D. C., Jan. 8. Cran brook will haVe 'a municipal conies nest Thursday, wheu the annual elcc lion'.of candidates for civic honor lakes place. A good crop ol material lias thrown Itself Into the llghl and nominations were only made __________________ this, afternoon-al. 2 Eev- ciTADT AND 'era! candidates have already corn- Al LIO.ICCJ campalEnlng. For the mayor- For ihe llBt'llmc lohlEht Ihe Star- Ulty -two candidates have been riom- -i..........''sitcj, Mayor. Clapn ana -W. B. Me laud liisnagcnic-.; iiearl-lhrillliiB. slorjv "The- niu Sis Syouiig clrl left alone in the world gel" -niijed up jewel robbery, IL Ipuslcre'l with.the atlenlldhti of a-vll- lain who IOSCB ills Hie at the hands 'til the; latter part .'or-Hie lionth nl Iho iiome of her auill. i Tho annual meeting or the Wom-1 one 01 lie. fan's Auxiliary ol'Sl. Mary's church; extncales jwas held ycslbrday artemoon In: roubl7 SggBfM Fariarie being the nominees. Maj-or Clapp was' nominated by Fraak I'arks ry. W. and ECCOIldcd by .1. M. uu... ----......j. n Mcl'arlane was noralr.nlcd hy John Holland. A letter to I-co Van Ass 11- .111-1 ,._ Inn nmflTtal In K, Snilth and seconded by llonerl S. McXfil. 'For sldermen there are nino candidates, in "the Iield some good ma- terial coming last mln- (Spc'cbi lo the Itaymond, Jan. Ihe Herman people are reeling ve Eoverolr the ipinch ol poverty, shown In letters .received by loc froiri relatives residing o avo iicliiBl for ouriced of witli II dircctitms, and don't accept in" ulsc. Cuarantrrd to c ve alnmmlf lielacl'mn or money promptly rclunilw L'o., Toronlo, Col. candidates and theii" pro seconder arc as follows: eileralcs llio Information emanating rom abroad for long time iwsl, ,int 111" German iicople were living n' a ration es'tanllsheil liy the state Taylor; 'secretary, Mrs. Evnnson: treasurer, Mrs. Unsworth; -literature jsecrelary, Mrs! Harrison; necdlowork Allre'd James Ualiiienl, nominated diy II. seccndcd by Krank Ealiiil, noit nd which .amounted to ii slow- ess of AT.THE MAJESTIC'. "IN WALKED JIMMY" mated by J. H. Walkley, seconded, hy Parks.- ;ICaslavc Erickson s iiiul -Chihiycp the direction of Miss Atrcc Soloist, Miss Edna Nelson v.-_ "Patriotic Play, "The ofv-Canada's; 50c, Children 25c. NO RESERVED SEATS- I PROCEEDS FOR THE RETURNED SOLDIERS', FUND. OF (THE bALf CHAPTER, DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE. The Brand of lilnff. played right UP tn.lnfiliqtcll'.lisvri ehivcr young heart r'ull o( lovo, Eeven-ccnts i ".V and" I i inlro'iiu'ctng "In W alked ;'wllli n price of SU.OOO Tor mini 'lie mayor asks lime In consider an o reel the pulFp of rorlaln cilizoiiB a -i purcha-iiug H- Then Mr. Aehrro omca along and asks His IVorsh 25.GOD' lor his share. Tho .mayo grecs lo advocate payliie him th amount plus tho {11.000 to Mr. Job lone1, mulling III all (or pa HE .Mr, Ashcrofi a pension-) AVIv he mayor was busy reeling puls mil consoling with Mr. Ashcroft ilB bad luck. Mr. (irace. who was a] j public servant.end on surh shou equally Iho mayor-have had imhllo conscience a'nd put the Inlcre of the city berore his own, r; around und gels Ihu mine- for SSOi and Ml1. Ashcroll coillil'EO'linng.' T mayor says his temperalure rnn ve high, but after a while (ma.yhe look a eood di-auBht of milk) he con off and was able lo coneralulnto Clraca oh'his business abllily. Surely tho ways of men are slinnge. Well, the ncxl lliine we hear is 111'. Gpace is offered 550.000 for his milin by- ail outsider'who was enid lo he in the pro _. oh Friday and next matinee on Jimmy, filH of sunshine mid lo sny the manascmfjit of a bahf-shoc Tactory has been ilspcllliis gloom lor a whole season, and still there are a few peo pic who never niaCe his acijualn, lance. More Is the pity because Jim- my Is knowing., .Jimniy man-, aecs everytlilng. Byon.Ojd Sol Is on bis pay roll, ready al'hls becl; and call lo lurii on Ihe sunshine ill great eold- en floods whenever gloom threatens to'gct upper hand.' I PHONE 1722 MATINEE SATURDAY AT :2.30 "AS JIMMY SMILES THE WORLD SMILES WITH 'A In 4 Acts. with GEO. H. SUMMERS is "Jimmy" PRICES: Nlghlt: 75c, 50c, 55c Sat. Matinee: 50c and, 25o. SALE AT HEDLEY'S WEDNESDAY MORNING AT THE EMPRESS i; EMPRESS PACKED TO SEE SARAH BERNHAHUT IN HER "JEANNE DO RE' The Empress' was packed lo ihe roo last night to see Sarah Bernliardt, "j'eaime Hundreds wjidi-ia he film ot Ihc Ulvln Sarah last iiight ivlll go again lonigh Sho is presenting "Jeanne her own tbenlre in Paris, nnd, he Britijlng art Is nn less realistic lie :ausc shown -on tho screen. 'FROHIBITION IN WASHINGTON Washington, Jan'. Tlic Sliepar prohibition bill, iprohlbillng llie sa if Intonlcaling llnuorK In Ine Httrl t Columbia but nllonlnn sniHl Im portallons -for perional 'use, paB he senate today 55 to 32. SPANISH CABINET RESIGNS Madrid, via Ixindon, Jan; Count lornaiione.i. who has' been in he Spanish' foinislry since December, 1915, loJay presented lo Klne J.ltonso reslRiiatlon of th'e cnllre uabinct. lomlnaled hy Uepr'eo" It'Leash'. Allr'eil .Gen est.' nouiinalcd by K, mided'b'y. McFarlane. Franl vvllliarh Green, by Fran' by J. M. McCrccn Nils'llahaori, nominaled by P-. 5 Wall Icy. George Robert Leask, .coniina ed Ijy uy C- n A. A.vMacKlnilon, nominatei hy K. 1. FatRrEbn.' seconded hy J. VV r'alhiore. W: S. Saulo, nominntcd'hy, A.. J. Ilalmcnt, secoiiileil hy Lester uiaiJn.'' School Trustees For school trustee six candidates are In'the tield. For the.the first lime In life cii'y'a hlsiory two ladies are in e fiqld. The Woman's Institute arc ichflill the candidales and an active ght lor the guardianship of Cran- irook's temple oi learning, will 'bo aged. The candidate's nominated re: William nominated J. seconded by E. II. catnan: :Annle .Marie Laurie, nomiu- ted by Sarah Jane Leaman, scconil- d Harriet Ami Campbell. I.-n. Innning. nominated by A. J..nalmcnt, econded hv G- P. Tisdalc. rjv.-.h May Hoinsc'es escaping fiom Uic in orior of Gcrinany, HIE letter states, conlirm these and what la uoi-c coiiTincirit-'- still, Ihclr physical condition bespeaks a terrible, lack ol nourishing (ood. they arc weak, eyes sunken and in every way.show the effects diet. "Prom what" these refugees tell us, ilhci German Empire is on the Ihrcshold of a mighty r'eyolnlioii- The people will not'stand war very .much tho way Jlr. Van Assol's_ 'correspondent iiuts it, or rolher slho in lliji Herald. way it was traiislalcd liy the'samc ns'lalcd Ihe post came inf [lie tonsil u.ji lull hour, tun.il, Je 01- nllier like work; thv i al fuiry, H" Inwr' i.r -my Irailc or ,f iniy juini tui nr.inlir.i; In any Individ; f'ov nny 1'M.lusive i-liilns or M'iillfSMI for iiny uuil'-r (J- llilns. viJii'.ii lid ivail'l alfccl llie llhii'? [jroneill" of itiliei paillea, or imlli ilny inii-llruUr H.iSs ol llii- Kiiniulili. m- for muUlne. niiieniliiitlil Villurc liny work, Indlcalliitf lui-nlloii Ihe 'vorh, anil L'licil or (in l.rhulf ol the u.-h iiDllcc lo M uulillshnl. durlns; foin- 1'ClwCrii IliB or ilio nrat rcctilinfi HciiSion anil ilio lime ol llio oiisl'U-rallon o[ tin' 1'flllloii, In fin 11- sjue.s or The Allicrla Oazclip. and ono lilt, 111 KniillHi. not lalfr Hint! d.ii-d liefore lln- .....Ins clay Session, livo miliJ of uild Hill with itic marulnnl uotta In- c-ru I nhull l.y applicant lijl lie hanJa of llii. -Jl'.l Hill prlnlcil lorlliu-llll. j A uifiy uf Ihi! liotl'.-ii vtll, u fituljr 'U'wiii Ihe Inat-rilnr; lo 'he Clwfc of llie not later llian l.cfurt ihe oiicnltiB of ilic Hes-ilon, ivhlrh nollce shall lie In Iho oflliii jf- Hit Clerk of Ihe Housr. 3'-' l-lvoiy niipllcanl loi- a I'rls'.illi IJill ilcpiijli wllli Ihc Clerk of HIM Ilousc Icn iliiyn prlur lo the mceilnc or iht House, n rctelyi li'om the I'rovln-' clal Ti-fasurtr fur a sum of iwo liunOrnl Jollare, if Ihf said .Hill tlo.eE.iiol cine-id... Icn uinl'ten tlolLirs addluoiiat luv r.u'h p.ik'C ovtr thai 'nimilicr, unil If.i- UK- of Ilila llule four liundrqn. fifty be held to L-onall- lulc u and, If not iuu'li-eil Oull-nlf. ol a Illll company a receipt from llesislrar of .Joint Stock Ctianianlr-ii.iror: liied liy law for. ihe Joint Slock CoiniiinleB. Ji-ceptnl cliLftuoB tret alicinld he made pLyiljli'- 10 IVnviliclul -Trriisurer. .mj -forvranlfil ,1.1 [tie Clem" of 'the. II010e alone ivlll, Ihu of Ihu Illll. 325. nnfotc any oolilion praying for for fitich II11L5. people's Forum IcKoivan, "nominated' hy Jane .-Leslie, econded by Mnigarct. .Ellen Leask. by. P. 'fli Murphy, seconded by R U .Parks, larry While, nominated -by W. .1. Uchlson, seconded by J. D. llctlride. Kdilor LethtrhlBe Her. Dear are' sure; doing the taxpayers great .service.liy venlllat iiig 'aifd 'sllrriiii! np "an inlerest In Ilii nroiiosed nurcbase liy Ihein of the above pronarly, nnd I hope yoii will continue ISii? Ko'od- work. I hnve read: Mayor HardleV reports ol both Ihe the City rallies, lloth arc iiitercstliiE niid supply much rood for Iliouglil. Tho Grace mine.he figured will yield.S75.SS5 tons or lump coal, of-which, he proposes lo mine ons a so :lt is easy (o nsuro long il should lake lo mine all UIL THREE ALLIED STEAMERS Jan." The slnViug 'di three steaniers of enlentc nationality Iwo or them ships of more than 250( toils, is announced by Lloyd's shipping agency. Thoy are Iho French alcamEr Alphonse Coiifell of 1SD1 Ions, tho Bri llsll fitcamcr of 2555 '-tons h-jlll In 1315, and the Japane-ic steamc Chlnlo Maru or 2S3C tons. r and the FAMOUS PLAYERS' PRESENTS The Inimitable Actress.( Mac Murray In The Djinly Little Stir Louise llnff in git HMHliar and the i A a" "THE BIO SISTER" Act ;-i i-jEcoND .CHAPTER "THE FROM THE SKY" "UNDER thrilling. Alii the'Red" Ftilher Special fealurln OOROTHY.OAyENPqRT in TO. ________- ule opinion is, It Is lakin'g a little too much. Here arc Iwo mines, both in spelled and reporled.on hy Uic same' expert.. There, is little, (b-choose he- Iwecn the two reports as rar ns'mccl- ing ihe city's 'con- cerned, only could be made to produce a little more than Ihe other in a Given time. The Crsl was inspected eight years ugo. and was reported as being.capable ot mectliiE Ihc city's renuircmenls for 3G.years. Sanie is now condemned ns .being al- most useless and will only lasl three years any way. The other has been inspected ami reported on in the last -week -or so. ,lp. say; ihe second in going In be any more suc- cessful llian tlic first? It the ciperl was wronK in the first instnnce, he Is just as likely to he wro.ng in. Ihe second. Therefore, ir this to bc pressed on the clly, let ns have Ihe hesl man lhat can be found lo advise for fitch II11L5. -ii. elic ,i? li.. L'lerk llie follon ins doruniehls: V luuii or n scale. H: t three inleit nuVies.1; ihiin on? to three tihovilnt' Itie lociillon upon It., fs Inlfndei lo lilt projioscd jvoll ahowhlEf also Ihc lines of or 'imliorlzcd woiks, of a similar .tliar- iclen .ivillilu. a radlU3 of fi-oni the lucallofi. of Ilia proroaeil VvorV. Itisrellicr wllh Ihe -name of each murlci- Uy ivtlllln which (he proposed wprto nny pai L thereof are Intended lo islvucleil. such map or. plan to" ncd by Ihc engineer or other .u.iklnir Ihc same. -Also V general de criiillon ofillic nature. e.Ucnl anil (Special to llie lle'vnld) Kornic, January crc-'the order today al Ihe clly holl d a full crop of candMalcs. mater lized fo'.- nM the orilceL'-, JInyor..thds. Uphillwas rro-electlpn, 'and Wra'. Dlckfh as placed in nonllnBllori, to oppose m: All -Iho pronenl aldermen we.rc rc- omlnatcd for election and seven ore names were placed in nonilna- oiv'TllakhiE Ihlrleeil "csndldBtes lo loose rroni .when the municipal vnt- rs lino'np oil Thursday to c'ust their allols. Tlic candidates ure as rollovs: Aid mien, S.'Cfr.iham. W tobichaud, I'. Marsharo, E. Brooli nilAV. J- Morrison. The new candidates arc: Alton, lirpolis, Thomas Heck, Win. Hunt- er, Tt- McKwcn, It. DnOloy and Geor Three vacancies are to bc- Ijlled he school'hoard, and five names were jlaced In Tho- nias the present chairman ShcfwqoJ "Ilerchiner, iA. CumrnlniiS T. Robirtspn and Hartley P..Wilson li.wai hclnp lamented a lew .week f.po that, there seemcd-to bc a ileartl 6( candidates Tor Ihe city and schoo knprs, but loday's 'proceeding dls on the vet in his .reply In Mr. Mqoro Ihe mayor saysi "Uui really.aller. nil I lay no Bieal stress 01 the amount of coaj In Ihc area. hn. ca'use I set no. life upon Ihc mine.' How Ihcn, 1 asV, does ho set his value] on Ihe mine? Mr. Moore's words.] "burins a pis ir. a seem to define the Rilnalion exactly, lion- can any man sel a value .on a parcel of goods unless he knows what the parcel contains? The mayor saya he ns what course tn lolldw. ill. THOUT. Free Mai of Pyramid. Beat Will Amwer the ftseiuon1; fan'substantiate.all lie s.ihl in his K Iho .cily. The. mayor clly mine conialned ions of-nm-nl mine coal, 3000 tons lo Ihe acre, and if it was mined a cer- tain "way would last the city 36 years. Hul ii It was decided to mine only 'all frars ot 'a'shortagc of can the best, roa'l, and wlilch was the very best coal Ihe'Call scam altords, yield n-oulrj nol ciceed 6500 ions per acre. Well, even then il should Insl 24 'years. How comes II then, lhat ifler only eight years, -Mr. Freeman the coal-Is ot such poor miillly hat Hie cnElncers (it the power house arc rontinuftlly complaining ol Ihe poor duality