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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ftriURSDAYv JANUARY 24 1918 TIIK Lli: I ffBRlDGE, DAILY, * HEHALD PAGE FIVE Leedy> Bak^r, Shepard and Tr^go, U.F,A. Vice-Pres'ts JResoltition Labor Bureaus Quebfc, Jwivi. 24.~The; Frtineoeur motion was tQda)rin tha, logltla-ture withdrawn by tti pontor. J. N/Franco�uf,"i�l, th* mtafS} ' Oalgary, Jan. Z**.-If the sentiment ot tjie U. P. A. convention; exprosa^il {by prolongod applause, la carried out In the fialtotliig under jkroportlonal ropreaontatton for vice-presldonts now under way, es-role.st like thi.s, I consider .1 am a good enough soldier that It you draft mo, I'll serve." Great applause gVeet-od tills .statemont and the marking of the ballots was then begun. Th? spooche.9 by all the other candidates were very brief, practically all ot them confining themselves to the statement that It elected they very best of their ability and consider the Interests ot the U. F. A. alone. Ovation for Trego First Vice-President Trego, up for re-oloctlon, received an ovation when he appeared as the last candidate un the list. He remarked that most of the candidates had m^erlooked the ruling of tho convention yesterday, that the candidates should state the prin- this point held their ballots �P while ''"hTsn^i ^'rom'^sening whfal H,rVon�hK,', "^rTJ':: ZZ'l; ^ "nr^ats "and aSewra4'\'rpre';^(ous tion,>!onsIdorabie time was taken in'y^^^^ I ^^p^ ^ hogs lor boarders, but whwi I found they didn't pay 1 issuifig new ballots and n^aking further explanations but the delegates finally got their'bBlIoti marked npil they were collectffl. Tho counting will, of course, take some time, but it is hoped to announce the result at the session this afternoon if possible. Wouldn't Stand For It Just before issuing the ballots for voting, President Wood ran ove^ the list of names withdrawn and remark,-ed that Mr. Leedy's name had been withdrawn. A roar ot disapproval went over from the delegates, with shouts of "No, no." Jajties Weir, elected last summer to the legislature as a member of the Non-Partisan League and wjio refuaed to allow his name to be put up again for rie�-president at the afternoon'session yesterday, was sitting back of the speakers on the platform Just in front ot the press seat. Mr. Weir Jumped to his feet with the vira and suddenness viNot wm STRONG ipteaca, Itou itM, Iran 104 PULLEY'S' UVERY Positive-ConTincing Proof We publish the formula of Vinol to prove convincingly tlTat it baa tha power to create atrength. n Uvw and Beef Vapti and Mjiiw�neMP�|Maa�tei Ammepium Cltrat*. Lime i QlyctropliMpliatM, Caieeria. Any �6man who bun i boHla'of Vinol for a weak, mn-aown. nanrout condition and find* after giving it a fair trial it did not help lier, wiU have bar money retnrniad. ' You aee, there, la np gueae work abottf.Vinol. lia fonptula proviga there n npthlng like it for all'weak, runrdown, > overworlced, nervoua men and women and for feeble old people and delicate children. Try it oaca and be convincedi 4. O. HI^INBOTHAiM A CO, LTD. Drugglats, Lathbrldge. . Also at the beat drugglats In all Alberta towna. llttXATEDIIiON inereasea strength of delicaite nervous-, rundown people 100 per cent In ten days in many instances. ,7100 forfeit if It falls as .pep'full explana-tied ill Iprge article ----'soon ^o appear In this paper. Ask your doctor or druggist about it, -' , always carry it iii stock. cut them out. Since we havo been urged by the food controller to raise them a3 the allies need bacon, I am going to keep them again." Mr. Trego remarked that this convention had conducted its business along more sane linos than any other that bad been held. ' He had heard^a report, he said, that some members ^ero to knife him because he was out to crucify tHcm. He denied that he had any such intentions, and declared that all his actions and v/ork had been solely inspired by a desire for the good of the organization. The conclusion of his remarks was greeted with loud applause. E. J. Fream of Calgary wag named clialr-man ot the election committee, and after the ballots were collected the committee retired to make the count while the convention proceeded with the carrying ot a number of other resolutions and bearing some othef speakers. ' The New Officers At 2 o'clock this afternoon the result of the ballotliig for vlce-presl-denta-of tho U. F. A. was announced as follows.: H. BAKER of Ponoka, formerly'Srd vice-president, elected 1st vice-president. W. 0. TREGO of Gleichen, formerly Ist vice-president, elected 2nd vice-president. J. W. LEEOY of Whitecourt, third vice-president. RICE 8HEPARD of Edmonton. 4tli vice-president. School Tax Rate The only resolution over which there was any ednsidernble controversy was one submitted by the board of .directors, reading as follows: "Whereas, (ducation is a national asset, and whereas in parts ot Alberta there ate lands outside school die- iFORfEiT IS NtlCOMMENDEI) Edmontenf Jan. 23.-Inereaaea of'15 to 40 per cent. In compensation for workmeh.'leEs. trouble in eolleetion, quick action, doing away with all litigation, and the appointment af * board to admin-later the proposed act, are the chief reeommendations In the re- , Friday ................................ 'VC Tina Peanut Butter. Regular 40c. Friday ............................ 25c 35c 44c 28c Large Tina Snider's Pork and Beans. Regular 2Sc. Friday, 2 ....................... Loose Mutcatei Raisins. Regular 2 Ibe. 3Sc. Friday, 2 lbs.......................... Fairy Toltet Soap. Regular 6 for 25c. OC^ Friday, 8........................ �tO^ Van Camp's Ox Tall, Vegetable and Mock CA^ Turtle Soup. Regular 20c, Friday, 3......3WV Finest WYiite Navy Beins. Regular 2 lbs, 39c. 4Q. Friday.'a lbs...........................fcOC DetivBries Every -Hoilr Phone 313 FALL OFTHE ROMANOFFS the exposure and subsequent capture tures to the stage David M. Wolff, ot a quartet of German spies who to further their scheme have purchased and are operating an.English seasldo hotel. Tuesday night, Jan. 29 Mr. Brown will give a performance of his latest success "The Love ot a King." Tho "Katzenjammer Kids," the lat- An amazing story, moving onward with tho sweep of a mighty symphony and tracing step by stop Jtu^sla's grasp ot freedom Is "TiJo Fall of he, Romanoffs'." It reveals the true story est cartoon musical comedy to he pro- ------ ------ - - of Rasputin, the roal ruler of Uussla duced, under tho direction of Gazzolo, istrato Davidspn this morning at the the most astounding adventurer Gatts and Clifford, comes to the police court"^ to/Chrlitopher KInscI j of modern times; showing this false MnjeBfic theatre for one day only, and Robert OBWaUl Knaggs, charged prophet rising from peasant filth to matinee and night ond Saturday next, with eVading theMlIltary Service Act. the silken, splendors of Petrograd January 26th. In transposing tho pic Both men positively refused to don where he makes money masters and the J^lng's' uniform. Knaggs refused Grand Dukes hhi servants, and the on rbliglous gfpunds although he is cza^ himself a humble follower, not a codscientlouB objector, while j This sensational production will be Klnsel did not state his reason for re-' ghown at the Empress Theatre for j fusing to enlist hut a great deni of three days, commencing Monday I. W. W. llterpture was found in bia , hext. ' possesBtPn at the time ot his arrest.. Arretted at Lethb^ritfge Both men who were arrested by the Mounted Police, Klnacl at Lethbridge and Knagga at Jiacleod. They are physically perfect, both having passed A-2 class when medically examined. In giving the sentence Magistrate Davidson said: "It at any time you show a desire to dboy the Military Service Act and the military authorities adviae me, 1 will then consider a rendskton ot the nentonce." Kinsel was born in Wisconsin. V. S. A., but Is naturalized. Knaggs la about 28 years old and was born in Owen Sound, Ontario. iiOHERE28YRS. � The death occured early this morning-at his residence after a lingering illness of Peter Bardet, aged .74. The late Mr. Bardlet was one. of the old-timers bf the city, having come here 28 years ago from Nova Scotia to follow mining. He leaves to mourn him five daughters and two sons, Mrs. Mal-lacerel of Vancouver, Mrs. Collths ot San Franci8Co,.4lrs. Cotton of Paris, France,'Mrs. 0�!o. Staples of Leth-brldge, ^Ir.s. Thos Bernler ot Leth-bridge, Joe Bardet of Seattle and Paul Bardet now serving with the 20th B&ttery in France. The funeral will take place from'Fetterly's Parlors on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock to St. Patfktk's church 'Where requiem mast . ,i , . iWlU%e sung by Rev. Father ilcCaff tricts paying only a small tax into theory, interment will take place in S� wha wrote the hook and lyrics, preserved all the tunny characters whose antics have delighted thousands, young and old, and they are Just as funny behind the footlights as In tho colored supplements, with the added advantage of appearing in the flesh. DonaP H. Bestor has provided a musical score that is said to contain many tuneful song hits, and the new musical play is said to be a delight* ful .SBitertainment from start to finish. All seats are now selling at the box office. AT THE ORFHBTJM Miss Juliette Day, remombered with pleasure by innumerable theater goers who witnessed her olever work In "Bveryvroman," ''Yellow Jacket," and "Chin Chin." has been provided by American-Jtlutual with a first class medium of her motion picture debut in "The Rainbow Girl," a five act drama at the Orpheum tonight. MITCHELL LiyERY DAY OR NfMj Weiley t. flyfan ; Phone 17*0 tractiw Repairs We BpcctallKe In reboring gas tractor cyllndars, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock \at present overalie pistons tor ^irpopular, . The Rioteitaly Punhy Comedy i;ord Eiif iaet Rebored NIYEN BROS. �1� lat Ave. H. >tyneiya2 Atn^ LivEiRy Day Phone 1441, Nlghi^ Phone TtT ; AUTOLIVtRY CONDUcfBD BY j J. K. QOBCLbl'"" P�iONE 1858 FARM LANDS Of tlie nnaeoB'a Itoy Compaa* au� Calcarv �sd aduraisB Uai eiTV AND PARM MORTOAOBt 1 he H. Macbeth educational fund; whereas this system is unjust as the greater burden ot taxation is icarried by organized districts only, ^ "Therefore, be it resolved that whore tUero is unorganized territory, surrounded by or adjoining school dia? tricts, the tax rate for that territory be thWaveraga. rate of the adjacent di8tri9|ova Scotia will take p/faw helltfayp after January 31,: eald Jamaa If McLaughlin, seeretarf ef the Amv alganlated Mine Workara �? NPV* ' Beetia.today. � � , Patrick's cemetery. TO BE AT CONFERENCE - Ottawa, Jan. 23.-In connection �with the adjourned �^an'i reet.-A4TarUM�eiit.^ MAJESTIC THEATRE 2 NIGHTS BEGINNING 28 RETUI(N ENGAGEMENT TiQNIGHT AT 85Q THE MAIUDE HENDER. SON REPERTOIRE XOMPANYIN T he Riotously Funny Comedy "MASTER &MAir . PRICEt: 200 Salt Seata at ......... 7So 400 Qoed Seate at ......... Me 200 Oeed teata a^....... Me MONDAY NIGHT Revival of the Great English War OlfIce Play r THE WHITE FEATHER" "^Ith ,Mr. Brown aa the EnglKh Detective. The role he ereated. No true Brltlaher. No loyal Can-idian ean afford to mlaa thIa play; TUESDAY NIGHT (By Requeat) -\ Paul Kester'a Comedy -THELdVE OF A KING* The awaeteat leva atory aver staged.; The plaV that made ^uchait^ excellent Impreaaion here a few montha ago.. PniCBt SOe TO $1.M.: BATt NOW KLLINO * Tonight lOo-2ic \A Brand New Fox Comedy and ^ Merry .MIx-Up. ^ 'An Old-fasUone^ Yo(iiigMan'H"J?IS^�S .The boy wbo haa been taught to renerate woman In the old-faabipned way. He travels acrosa the jcdntlnent, tla|itlnK alanderoua politicians, to elea^: .'^ � the name of a woman-hla mother. A drama of;thrills/aurprisea and brl|bt';>Vt romance. , ' ^ ' , TONIQHT Juliette pay in ^'The Rainbow Giri'' A five aet drama-irltulH an<^ atom and (ntaroating Ipva tlpiV' A plpttarf an appaal.to.overy iMinMui'.ff thg.famldr from �ranMad: dawn Add : in ita thoma and In. prf<|i|^lN that irpiidma aan'l find fwit AI�o ' 1�-"�raaViMrtito;; X ' ^ -  - v -t^./- sfu 14835379 ;