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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1917 THE LETHURIDGE DMLt fiERALD PAGE FIVE L STREET DEMONSTRATION IN FAVOR OF THE ALLIES OF PEOPLE WILL NOT Premier Borden Makes This ' Known in Statement in Relation to Taxation Oltnwn, July 10-When tho house Kiel, tlif:i afternoon Hlr Thomas White made a statement, which contained tho assurance that It Is not. t'no Intention o[ tilfi government In connection with nny taxation proposal to ilo anything which would affuci tho legitimate savings of the pooplts. "It. has been drawn olilclttlly to the attention of the gov-ovnnienf," ho said, "that tho ubo of tHf> cxiiressloi: conscription of. wealth 1 .In the debates in parliament and by public ami other bodies outside of parliament and by tho press in its news reports has caused a certain nuoaslr.esn araouj; those whose savings constitute o. vital factor in tho business and Industrial lii'e of tho Dominion, and are no osr.cnliai to the credit and prosperity upon which our efforts !u tin) continued prosecution of the war n-'.is; largely depend. "I desire, to say on naiicli of the coverlimeut tlm:. there need exist no apprehension on the par'. ' tho piib-lie that, any action of a detrimental character will n*. any time be lak"u with respect to the saving-, of the Canadian pablie. On the contrary it viii bo the policy of 11;9 government In the l'utiu-c as in the past to an-! tioura'po In every way possible the exercise or the tiir'tt and eeonomy, resulting iii nat.!o;;;;I savins, which ban enabled t'uimdn to maintain her ere-1 dtt am! Jaipro*.'� her economic position j durliv-' the war. j Au>- tixiitin', to which it. may he  neecssnr� for If.*- Government to ro- t kort from tlnv !.> in," v.-i!i lie. in lie- -cords tic.' with \: ititiinatc and ostali- ' i'shcil forms or taxation E What the Press Agents Say is travelling In tho wrong direction and that tiieir real goal is happiness rati:; r than wealth. Th1 picture v ill appear at St.arland Y.'odiiosday. Thursday and Friday. TREATY MOM Indians Take Possession of the Town, Stores. Kuce-Track And Anything Klse AT THK OKPHEUiVi The hi;; hit on this program is .V.:-deline !C:(!�iiousl:i.!. tlii� little l'l-year-oid /'Irl, who scored ;> hie nrcss la.-t nieht with lev dancing am! dramatic rt'iiding. t-.lm will repc. tin: i;:>:;ii! bill tonight, t'ti.irles rhapliti in "A fJc:s- OKLAH0MA GOCIETY ITEM. H:>1 SmithV orchestra furnished tho :,;u.:I'. A m.ta!)'" of the grand march was the Increased number of dress .mils. -Artier Times* 1 fxzzz (From Our own � inwlml 1 I'ltielier Crock. .July !>.--VJi" t.ov.-jj was Invaded on iialtirday when th -l'eigan Indians swooped down from tile reserve and took possession, it was a friendly and weh-ome Invasion, however, as It was only to celebrate liie annual treaty day that they i atr.c They wore bedecked in all their gav J and bright colors and had altered their complexions by the use PbtmctitH until oiv would Imagine their own relations wouldn't know them. They began arriving on Fri- tleman of program. v, rvi com;'i' a it. is hoi" ;1. groat pictiirl'.ratlon of if Helena Itlehle." AT TiiFi Here, in sub 11 a'.ice plav, the. Metro-ltolfi "The Awake v. lib Kthel lt::.":-yii::."e as star, which will lie seen at the I'hupnvs il'.eatre. i; 111 iirlit, was made fr�,m t,h,. .""eat so-vel of the ssme n'Ui.u by Margaret I>o-lr.nd. When arraneemen's for H'e ]iro;lue-tion had lion c:mi[ileted the details of statin); ii wi-r �� turii"d over to John W. Noble, who has 11 world-varbius j lanmus name as a '.notion pi'iure director. i''or more than two weeks Mr. Xolde conferred with Ml".: Ilarrytnoro. With her lie went over every step of I day afternoon and by oveniiis a nrsv | screen play which lit: had mipsed Tlccent events in Russia have be.f.i attended by many outward slrcnn which tin crco'�K to the notto the Allied Arms. The picture shows a huge demonstration in Petrograd, which wa.3 remarkable for toe ie:w tin: speeches. o: of MSI EXPORTS FROM U. S. TO BE PUT UNDER CONTROL Washington, July 8.--C.overnment control of American exports, authorized in the provisions of the tJspionage act, was directed to be put into operation .July 15 by President. Wilson tonight ivic'n the issuance of a proclamation requiring the licensing of shipments to all countries of the most important export commodities. The commodities named in the list fSpe.-lnl to 111" Hc-rnlil). Medicine jjnt. ,Tu)y ]0.-Promptly at two-thirty this afternoon Lieu;.- Governor lirett formally declared the j gasoline, including bunkers, food auctioned I stampede open and fun began before grains, Hour and meal, food and feeds, V.y the tradition and. experience of I a crowd assembled at nearly ton meats and fats, pig iron, steel bullets, Hritisl, self-governing countries. This ! thousand people. C'ontCRtantJ here ] ship plates and structural shapes, statement must, not taerefor.: bp uu-! fron: all parts of tho western states j -scrap iron and scrap dernlood as prne'.ut'.ln;;' legislation pro- | ami Canada. vldin;; for income t.tyation upon those.' Industrial and patriotic, parades whose incomes 11 re Midi as to make it j were the feature thin morning. N'ear-just and equitable, that they should I ly one hundred floats headed by rontribute a share of the war expen- j mounted police, war veterans, two PEACE PROPOSALS SOCIALISTS Stockholm. July it.-Immediate c:on-, , elusion of peace conditions which are ,-oal, coke, iuel oils, kerosene and I ,,h.ul iiu.hulc thc cstab\i8hmenl. of an tilt lire (if the dominion.1 GEN. TURNER STRONG FOR CONSCRIPTION Ottawa. July S.---A recent letter from Gen. Hlr Itiehard Turner to a iriend in Ottawa contains tlie following passage: 'For the :il:e of the men at the front, I hope the conscription bill will MtecHed. Reinforcements will bo needed by the autumn." TROUBLE AT COLOGNE Copenhagen, July ft.- Food troubles fr.rve rise to a demonstration strike in large factories at Cologne on Saturday. Moth Socialist and Catholic unions took part in the movement. An official report says the unions decided to resume work the following 'lay. , ,,.,r liandii, boy scouts and Lieut.-(lover-j nor lirett, with President MeXeely. j Mayor Cruiekshank and other digui-: tnries wound their way through gaily � decorated streets. The baseball tournament started yesterday and is proceeding satisfac-! torily. Yesterday Prussia defeated 'Champion 10 to -!. Medicine Hat Mon-i archs defeated Forty-Mile, eleven to I two, and Sceptre took Antelope Lake I into were 2,442.000 pounds, and shipments I 2,2^.3,000 pounds, as compared with re-Uelpts of 1,030,000 pounds, and ship : ments 1,212,000 pounds for tho month : oi May last year. : Thoro was an active market in Sep ; temb'er seed, which means tho now ! crop. Sales of this future were made CHILLING. Clarence-"Would you scream if 1 kissed you?" Clara-"Do you flatter yourself that 1 would be speechless with joy?" -Puck. LEAVITT CELEBRATION WAS A BIG SUCCESS (From Our Own Corrp.SDundont) Leavitt, July 9.-The Dominion Day celebration was a huge success. The morning celebration consisted of a nice programme presided over by G. B. Cahoon. Thc oration was given by D. Osborne Wight. The afternoon was well nnctit In races and a ball game, married vs. single men; the single men scored the tenth run and won the gamo, 9-10. Tho auctioneer of tho lied Cross association did arprices'raiiging "rrom"?8.75~to $�Uo" | exceptionally well, over $90 was col-\ strong undertone in thin future was ! loctcd for thls Purpose. Many articles tuted. Fciual rights of all Inhabitants of any country regardless of nationality, race or religion is an imperative necessity. Other recommendations are: Secret treaties must be abolished. .Modification of frontiers must, depend on the consent, of the populations concerned and must not be effected by violence. Annexations and indemnities shall be fixed on the basis of right of nations to decide their own destinies. Re-establishment of Serbia as an independent autonomous state is necessary. The aspirations o� the Polish people toward national unity is understood, but to concede right to autonomy to Russian Poland and refuse it to Prussian and Austrian Poland is irreconcilable with the right of nations to decide their own destinies. Continuation of the war to establish this right as well as to solve the question of Alsace-Lorraine is condemned. An opportunity ought to bo given Alsace-Lorraine to decide to which country it wishes to belong. It is impossible to refuse Belgium complete political independence and complete economic autonomy. Tho Belgian people should receive reparation and damages during the war, particularly the restitution of economic losses, this having nothing in common with war indemnities, which are condemned. The policy of colonial conquest is condemned. Tho essential preliminary of a lasting peace is the independence of the Socialist parties in their relation with imperialistic governments. A poaco program would be idle talk unless supported by energetic international efforts of the masses. village hud isprung up south of th town. They arrived on horseback airl in wagons, pa and ma and the whole: family comnt.lmes piled in wagons without springs or anything else to ] break the jar of rends that have become ox'-enieiy hard as a rc'ell of the long dry spell. The stores did a lushing business and had stocked up with a good supply of requisites calculated to make thc: Redskin part witli his last nicked of treaty money in order to possess them. On .Saturday morning a pow wow was held in Fras-I er-McRobert's store, at which four Peigau chiefs, assisted by an interpreter', conferred with Chief W. A. Frascr. As a result were put up by the merchants and the use of the rare track granted Hie Indians so that sports and races could bo held in the afternoon".' At 3 o'clock tho judges took their places and the first event, a Vj-mile saddle horse race was pulled off. Leo 'p-.iiiiIi was first and i.i'Ue Mustache a' close second. Morning Pull 'romped home with Victor North 1 .Ugan trailing close in the next race, a '.C-mlle event. The %-mJlo rare' was a dandy and Little Mustache just managed to last long enough to win from Grassy Water. The Vj-niilo hoys' pony race was well filled and was won by Little Leaf, Little Girl coming'second. out in his own mind. Then she: i;egan | studying her part, that of Helena Richie. I Th" next step v. as the actual pro-' ductloii. the Interior:. i,f which were made in the famous ltolfe studio-,. For this Mr. Noble gathered lege!her rare furniture ami bric-a-brac, of the antebellum period, as well as furni: liing�, of the mode prevailing in Paris at that. time. The camera work was done by Herbert O. Carletou. AT STAULAND j Jack I'ickford, Die talented young ' brother of the famous Mary, will appear at Starland, for thc last, times � tonight in "The Dummy," one of tho most clover and interesting plays shown in the city for some time. In addition to the feature, a clean, snap- 1 py, mirth-provoking, iw.i-reol Keystone comedy, ".Maggie's First False Stop," wiii be shown . Manager Flem- � ing is to bo congratulated 011 the addition of these comedies, which are funny and free from the ordinary . slap-stick style, to an already excel- I lent program. ' As Gwendolyn, the "poor little rich girl," wlio had all thnt. money could buy bill scarcely know her parents. Mary I'ickford in "A Poor Little Rich Girl," her newest Artcraft Picture I adapted from (lie well-known Klyauer A tug-of-war for squaws was next : Gates subject. Is afforded a role of and caused lots of amusement. There j exceptional I'ickford qualities. The were four on each'side and the win- ,torv ,.f how Gwendolyn, who is ners were Mrs. White Cow, Mrs. Sec-, I(,tl ontirelv in the care of her nurses ret. Owl, Lizzie Yellowborn and Miss Small Legs. A collide of match races were then put on betweon 'the Bloods and Pei-gans. These were the races that showed the keenest sort of rivalry. Each Indian was-out to back his own tribe's horse to thc limit. Pools were made and individual bets put on 1111-I til there was n:> more money in sight. The winners in  these events acted very much tho same as white folks To All Lovers of Beautiful Homes It will be to your advantage to inspect our Cample Bookn of wr.ll papers. Lowest prices, beautiful colorings. Large assortment, artistic; designs. To see Is to bn c.orv.'.r.ccd. A requeat will bring thc 111 to your home. No obligation to order. llsMmntcs gladly furniahed for paperhanging, painting and decorating. Morgan & Whittaker oe-v 11'th st. s. 612 7th St. Phone 1820 We use no adulteration or substitutes. Complete Threshing Outfit FOR SALE Gaar-3cott double cylinder 25 h.p., with straw burning attachment. Rumley separator, 36x60. Good cook car on trucks, water tank, tent 14x16 feet. The whole outfit has only seen 40 days service. No plowing. Owner will sell at a sacrifice. For terms address or call at The Standard Agency Foremost, Alberta Ilcmm's Auto Liverj' 24 Hour Service Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel The Hudson Auto Livery A BIQ 7-PA38ENQER CAR STAND: PALACE CONFECTIONERY, PHONE 668 "Meet Me at the Palace" DRAYING Phones 1345 or 13S6 Turner & Witcheli Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. ING OS All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Gttlcs-C. P. R. Freight Sliedi PHONES Office ........... 1163 etablei .......... 1064 I-B---Ul II II ���111 * \ noted al'; through the month. Reports ! of reduced acreage contiiiuo to be ! received. These indicate that many j meadows have been plowed up and I planted to grain r.ropB. The market i for Soptemher seed was much strong-] or duriiiK the closing days of the \ month. I Much rlopciHlu upon tho weather for j the next two months as to the outcome of the new crop. I Toledo Market Timothy Report, June 1917 ; The timothy market continues | strong. This In u measure is due to I the pessimistic outlook for the now ' crop. Reports have boon general of plowed up timothy fields throughout not only the Control States, but in liie blf.'.' timothy states of Nebraska. Missouri, and the west. Ohio, Indiana ami Illinois will not have an average crop according to a survey among seed housoj in this and outside points.! Notwithstanding this condition trading in new crop futures of timothy has been liberal. Prices are much higher thnn a year ago. It is reported that tho bulk of the old crop seed Is in strong hands. Although there lis a fairly liberal nmouut of old seed carried over, dealers any thai it is regarded as a good investment oven around present values, Timothy Molds-suffered, in like proportion to the plow for the coarse ---I grain, lit many flections tho grusrj wan killed by the sovero winter, in a slmi-% lav manner to that, nf. the clover. Tho incussutit raltis general over I tho Central Valley throughout May wero ideal for tho naw crop of clover: | anil timothy. He-ports from many soc-j tions show that -where the plant la up ] ft U pro:;res�in,T and promises to ho j titronr: nt harvest. wero donated for the Red Cross. One person put up a bull pup and a dollar watch 011 his neck which brought a fancy price. A special feature of the Hed Cross sale ivas a baby contest. Babies were voted on instead of judged. All it took was a eoni a vote and the most popular baby must produce the most votes. Alfred Lcnvitt's baby took the prize. A grand hall in tho evening finished the day's events. and servants as a result of the social and business "duties" of her parents, finally brings about a big change in the lives of her littla fimily. Through their little daughter, the neifish parents are broufit.i to realize that eacli SCOTLAND ^(?lasgow Large Twin Screw Steamers. Splendid Accommodation. Mio Closed lurim do on like occasions, jumped in the air and made facial contortions, emitting meanwhile peculiar sounds, calculated, evidently, to comfort those who had been unlucky enough to back the wrong horse: The first one was a %-miIe sprint and was won by the Pelgans. The other race was only for i-i-mile, but was a dandy. The winner wasn't decided until the last j jump was made, and went to the | Bloods. � I The sports closed with a race for i the young bucks under 10 years and was won by Meat Face, 1st; Tom Plain Eagle, 2nd. j About .100 Indians were present and a fairly representative crowd of pale-, faces enjoyed the sports. : Tom Three Persons gave a riding ' exhibition, riding a bad actor without j bridle or halter of any kind, for a ! short distance. He did not stay on I long enough to ploase most of the 1 crowd, but offered to ride any horse I that could be procured for a side bet ] of $o0. He was not taken up. The judges wero: W. A. Frascr, J. Watcrton, and Joe Callahan. , Prepaid Tickots Issued at Lowest j rtatea. ] Full information from any or S.S. Agent, or ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE H. E. LI DM AN, Gen. Ant. 449 Main St., Winnipeg Man. Phone M. 5312. 470 Granville St., Vancouver. Phone Sey. 3199. Owing to Mr. Allison's absence from the city the studio will be closed during the month of July. We will, however, maintain our ccr'.lc: in making Passport Photos Which will be given customers promptly. AUison'sPiioto Studio BALMORAL BLOCK T REGINA TYPO. UNION ON RECORD IN FAVOR OF CONSRIPTION Rogina, Snsk., July 8.-At a meeting of thc Regina Typographical Union meeting held hero on Saturday night delegates to tho Trades and Labor Council meeting to be hold tomorrow evening wero instructed by unanimous resolution to go on rocord as favoring conscription. The resolution also added that nationalization of all industries of Canada bo strongly urged upon the federal government. The question us to whether the Typographical union should go on rec-| ord as being In favor of sympathetic strikes, a suggestion in the event of | the military bill becoming law, was I debated and it was decided not to record the union as being 1n favor of it. It has been the policy of tho International Typographical Union not to take a sympathetic stand in the matter of strikes, and tho meeting Saturday oveninp �n\v nothing to change its this the done NO CHANCE. "Going to get a now car spring?" "No. I 1 riert to buy one, but dealer said he couldn't possibly liver it before next September, told me I should have ordered a car last January if I wanted one'.'" "Well, wdiy didn't you?;' "How do you suppose I could know last January that I was going to have money enough to buy a new car this April?" AUCTION SALE Of Horses, Cattle, Wagons and Buggies FRIDAY, JULY 13th AT ONE O'CLOCK AT THE LETITBKIDGi: SALE BARN 4 matched teams; 1 team mares, C and S years old, weight 3000 pounds; 1 team mares, 4 years old, 2S00 pounds; 1 team geldings, f. years old, 2SO0 pounds; 1 matched team hay geldings, 5 years old, :;00(J pounds;'28 mares, t;elding3 from -1 to S years old. All broken; 35 head of cows and young stock; 1 heavy dray, G toii3; 5 delivery waggons; 5 single buggies; 12 sots double harness; 6 set3 single harness. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AN IMPROVEMENT. "Thir. critic describes ' your now book ua droll." "1 ;;u<353 i must be improving. Ho alluded to my last book aa utter rot." -LotilsviUa Cuurioj'-Juunia!.' London, July 9.-Berlin's official re- attitude. In this regard, port on the recent air raid upon Essen, the home of the Krupp plant, says that only two bomb holes were found. Six othor bombs, it is declared, smashod windows today five miles from Rsson. Uombs also were dropped on tho villages of Speedier, Kilning and Oberemmel, where a child was killed and on Neunmirchen whore n man was killed; on a suburb of Diedenhofon, whoro a family of thr�o wore killed; and on Trovos, where the Franciscan monastery was set on lire. One airman who attacked Troves was brought down near the Saar, it, is announced, while another airplane wits destroyed and its pilot made prisoner. The report concludos: "For whaC reason tho open and the military unimportant town oi' Troves was bombed is incomprehensible" The air raid reforred to in tho Berlin report, was carried out by Fronoh airplanes last Friday. fmf-.H announced ii bombardment of Treves, which caused numerous fires, and tbo bombing of other localities iu the German ! interior. The original and genuine treatment for chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints. Send for free cony of "Universal Guldo to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, c|o, Mrs. H. Hi, Wjisoii, 1C2 1st St. W, Calgary. I _ TRY A HERALD WANT AD RPHEU TONIGHT Matinee Dally at 2.30-10c, 20c EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION " Madeline K nanowshie" Interpretive Dancer & Dramatic Render. This little girl is well worth saeiny, There is also an entire change of picture pro-(jrarn with Charles Chaplin JL M A 11 Y WEDNESDAY- THURSDAY-FRIDAY Artcraft Pictures Corporation Present the Popular Little Favourite of the Screen P I C K r O K I) IN "A IMMi IU LITTLE It ICII GIRL" Songs by Miss Oimm and Mr. Fleming During the Evening.-A Good Comody and Latest War Gazette.-Performances 2, 3 45, 7 and 9.-In Order That All Children May See This Picture Admission will be-Matinees 20c and 5c; Evenings 25c and 15c. ^ LAST TIMES TONIGHT JACK PICKFORD IN "MAGGIE'S FIRST FALSE STEP" Two Reels of Clean Comedy THE DUMMY" EMPRESS TONIGHT SEE ETHEL BARRYMORE IN "The Awakening of Helena Richie" -A Metro Wonderplay in 6-Act�-Bated on Margarot Deland'a Famous Novel -A Powerful Story of Love and Renunciation-Alto 2-Reel L-KO "Safe In -A Powerful Story of a Woman's Love and Renunciation-Alto 2-RmI L-KO Safe In th� Safe," a aereanv ,, 992812 ;