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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1M7 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE i __ __ Ottawa House Hears the Argument for Extension This would not. ho a serious step liocnuso it would merely provide o Bovnn-yonr pnrliuinnntary term. England had got along with a oovon yours' imrlinmcutary term for J GO yearn. Sir Itobort mild If. was not nocoBsnry to dwell upon tho gravity of tho war situation at Uio present tlmo. Wo IiitiHt realize, lio said, that tlio existence of tho emplro and of civilization is at stake. In support of this vlow Sir Robert quoted tho statement rnnilo by Sir Wilfrid Laurlor In February, 1910, when ho said that if Germany wero to win it would mean the end of all individual liberty. Sir Itobort Bald that tho government did not corao ns a suppliunt in connection with this mnttor. It was willing whenever It became neonssary to submit its roo-ord to the people. Mlstnkoa had boon lundo no doubt, In tho conduct of tho war, but lis fow mistakes had booii made by Canada as by any other part of tho empire. The government, ho said, does not foar an appeal to tho people. Sir Robert added that party questions have no plaoe with tho man at tho front whoso only object Is to win tho war for progross Mid humanity. Ho realized tho responsibility which rested upon his shoulders as well as tho responsibility which confronts Sir Wilfrid Laurler as loailor of the opposition. In closing, Sir Hobort said ho had received many lotters advislnn tho government if nocoasary to force this roaolutlon through tho house by a party majority. In this connection, when tho former resolution was Introduced ho said, that It would not bo passed In the face of opposition. Sir WANTED THE ALIEN Morgan 964 11th Street S. & Whittaker 612 7th 8treet S. Phone 1820 Autos Painted Paperhanging Wilfrid Laurler on that occasion, had said that tho Urltlsh authorities did not recognize a resolution that wns not unanimously ndoptod. Tlil� menus, ho said that a division in thin house would result In a division In the British house. Therefore, if the resolution cannot bo carried by a practically unanimous vote It would not ho prt;B30d. Sir Robert said ho \ would like to seo nn extension of tho parliamentary term Import on a fair union of tho two political parties and p'.odgod to boo the war to a victorious conclusion. Sir Robert repeated that he did not propose to press this motion If it is seriously opposed, but ho would once moro appeal to tho members of tho house to avoid tho very great evilB of a war eloctlon. Opposition Reply Tho opposition reply came from Hon. Goorgo 1\ Graham, who agreed with all that that tho prime minister had said in regard to tho desirability of pressing tho war to successful conclusion. "Wo aro in tho war," he said, "and proposo to stay in it until victory porches on tho banners of tho allies." Ho then announced his Intention of moving an amendment before ho took his seat. Mr. Graham, then wenf on to Bay that wo are losing our senso of proportion. This resolution was introduced hoforo the military service bill had beer passed, although the term of parliament will not expire for three months. Parliament, ho said, had dealt with only ono part of a necessary program. Ho had supported one branch. of tho program and ho was now going to ask the house to support tho other branch. Mr. Graham stated tho amendment he was going to movo was the one calling for a change in the taxation system of tho country, of which he gave notice somo tlmo ago He had not moved It In connection with the consideration of tho military servico bill bocauso ho would have been accused of delaying tho bill. It was just as important. ILifiJL Word came to the mounted pollco hern today to deport, tho three Austrian* arrested last week here for crossing Into Canada without proper passports or examination. Tho three men had, however, been fined and allowed their liberty last week. The pollen arc now hunting1 for them again, to fulfil the order for deportation. PACKERS ARE VERY Montreal, July 16.-"An ignorant and malicious attempt to get political advantage to help a discredited administration," was tho way Albert Matthews, director of Matthews. Black-well, Ltd., expressed himself in referring to the O'Connor report, charging his firm with having mado hugo profits from the supplying of foodstuffs to tho entente combatants. Mr. Matthews qualified tho whole report as a tlssuo of inaccuracies-ho used tho word "fabrication"-thus implying inaccuracies wilfully committed. Mr. Matthews said the prime minister had been asked for an investigation. Ho denied Mr. O'Connor's statement that there was a bacon monopoly. The American packers' profits on a percontnge basis were much larger than the Canadian firms, he arguod. Hennescy & Wilson, North Lethbridge PRESIDENT WILSON SELECTS LEGLESS WAN. Winnipeg, July IS.-President Wilson, out of a list submitted to htm, has selected Lieut T. L. O. Williams, a returned Canadian officer, who had both legs blown off at the front, to undertake recruiting work for the Canadian army in Tie United States, it waB announced last night. He Is now using artificial legs. SCOTLAND MONTREAL GLASGOW Largo Twin Screw Steamers. Splendid Accommodation. Prepaid Ticketa Issued at Lowest Rates. Full information from any R.H. or S.S. Agent, or ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Aflt. 449 Main 8t., Winnipeg, Man., Phone M. 5312. 470 Granville St., Vancouver. Phone Soy. 3199 MAN LAST TIMES TONIGHT SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN "THE BOTTLE IMP" ALSO "VILLA OF THE MOVIES" A Splendid 2-Reel Keystone Comedy. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Pathe Present the Beautiful and Talented Actress MOLLIE KING IN "BLIND MAN'S LUCK" A fast aetlon photoplay of Twentieth Century Smugglers and the Long Arm of the Law. "SCHEMER SKINNY'S SCHEMES" A Screamingly Funny Comedy. GIG FIRE Copenhagen, July 17. - According to news from Trondh-jem, Norway, the fire which broke out there yesterday has spread to different points among the vast storehouses. During tho fire a Norwegian steamer blew up. nmw, NEXT SAT. NIGHT Only JULY 21st THE MOST NOTABLE MUSICAL COMEDY OFFERING IN YEARS THE ORIGINAL NUMBER ONE COMPANY COMING FROM ITS LONG RUN THIS SEASON AT CASINO THEATRE, NEW YORK. With another John Cort Cast of Broadway Favorites, Including ELEANOR HENRY, GUY 3AMP8EL, IRVING BROOKS, LILY LEONHARD, AOOLPH LINK, MORTIMER WELDON, EDWIN O. MEYERS, GILBERT CLAYTON, KATE STOUT, JOSEPHINE KIRK-WOOD- MONJO AND GOULD-AND Tho most fascinating chorus coaxed from the "Great White Way" in years._ SPECIAlT AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA TTOTrvpfil. LOWER FLOOR........................... "2.00 and $1.80 X AYAV^CT. fJALCONY............................$1.60, �1.0O� 76o, 60e SEATS ON SALE AT HEDLEY'8 WEDNE8DAY A.M. MAIL ORDER8 RECEIVED NOW Notice of Judicial Sale of City Property. Pursuant to tho judgment and final order for saiq made in a certain action by the Master in Chambers In the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial District of Calgary, there will be offered for sale by Public Auction by Malcolm Young, auctioneer, at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, tho 11th day of August, AD., 1917, tho following lands and premises: Lots 15 and 16, in Block 5C>, according to a plan of part of tho City of Lethbridge of record iu tho Land Titles Office for tho South Alberta Land Registration District as "Plan. 4353-S Lethbridge." Tho property consists of two lots situated on the west side of Seventh street south, between Fifth and Sixth Avenue, Lethbridge, having a frontago of fifty feet on Seventh Street. On the property Is a wooden building 32 feet by 70 feet, 1% storey high, containing one large room about 15 ft. high with two smallor oneB at the rear. Tho terms of salo will be ns follows: 15 per cent, deposit at the time of the sale; 15 per cent, within 90 days thereafter without Interest, and the balanco In three equal instalments In 1, 2 and 3 years from tho date of tho sale, with interest at tho rate of 8 per cent, per annum. In allf other respects the conditions approvod by tho Master in Chambers will apply. For further particulars apply to Lent, Jones, Macltay and Mann, 305 Oraln Exchange Building, Calgary, Alberta, Solicitors for tho Vendor. Dated at the City of Calgary in the Province of Alberta, this 3rd day of July, A. D. 1917. LAURENCW J. CLARKE, Clerk of tho Court. Approved: L. V. CLARRY, M. C. Ad H Notice to Creditors and Claimants. Tn the estate of Harry Clcavo Cun-diff, late of Foremost, Alberta, deceased. Notice la hereby given that all por-sous having any claim upon the estate of tho said Harry Cleave Cundlff, who died on tho 21st day of July, 1016, are required to file with tho undersigned Grace Cundiff. Administratrix, l)y the lat day of Soptembor, 1917, .a full statement duly verified of their claims and of any securities held by them, and that after that date the Administratrix will distribute the asset? of the deceased rmong the parties entitled thereto having regard only to tho claims of which notice has tieon so filed or which has been brought to her notice. Dated this 9th day of July A..D. 1917. GRACE CT7NDIFF, care of G. E. Drysdalo, Barrister, eta Ad. E. Foremost, Alberts,, THE SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT -"The Hero of the Hour" Written and produced by Raymond Wells. With Jack Mulhall and Strong Cast of Feature Players. Mnnrn J^l Harold Lockwood and May Allison in the Supreme Metro Wonderplay H?S -,,The R^er of Romance" CAST :TJME, From fc". J. Kath'e Novel in Five Faaolnatlng Acts, directed by Henry Otto, Alio "Jhe MiUiori Dollar 8maen/V Comedy. , ". A Big 5 Hour Bargain List Overflowing with Timely Values for Wednesday Morning Shoppers LOOK! DOUBLE COUPONS. With every purchase amounting to'.%2M or over, made on Wednesday morning, we will irive DOUBLE THE USUAL AMOUNT OF KILYEKWAKE CO I PONS.' Silk Waists $1.95  For a morning num. 3 dozen cool silk waists, fashioned of white wash Hahutnl In tho season's nowost styles, featuring large sailor collars with guipuro crtglnij and hemstitching. Sizes 84 to 44. Walr.ts that could not bo bought today for leas than $8.50. Wednesday morning ................... L95 Children's Hose - Black Cotton Btocldug;!. Plain or rih. All fiizoa. from �'/.: to 1>M:. Values to 30c. -j j\ Wednesday morohiK, pair .......... llsC Boys' Wash Suits - - - c Wash Suits of gala tea. Plain blue or stripe. Sizes 3 to I! years. V f\ Wednesday morning ................. li?C White TubSkirts 1.59 Skirls of the finest middy drill, exceptionally well tailored sind buttoned from baud to hem. While they last. Wednesday morning 1.59 WHITE LISLE GLOVES, 35c Women's white lisle gloves, without domes. All sIzgb. Wednesday morning, pair .............................. 35c SUMMER VESTS, 15c Women's summer vcBts, sleeveloss or short Bleoves, elastic rib. Wednesday morning......................... 15c GARDEN HATS, 17c Straw hats for garden and farm wear In stylos for youths, | rj men and women. Wednesday morning....................... 1 I C MEXICAN HATS, 35e Large Mexican aun hats for boys or girls. Made of indos- o r? tructible peanut straw. Wednesday morning................. OOC s oe ee oe ee All summer drosses included in this event at end of season priceB. All values to $1.00. Selling at ...... All values to $1.00. Soiling nt ....... All values to $2.00. <9 I Selling at ...... All values to $2.75. "* Selling at ....... 69c .. 95c . 1.39 1.95 WOMEN'S MIDDIES Choose any of our middies at this price. The lot includes, plain white buttoned Norfolk styles, Jack Tar, sport stripes and novelty trimmed effects. All made of the best fabrics. Wednesday morning. 1.39 BOYS' BALBRIGGx\N SHIRTS, 39c Cool under garments tor hoys. All sizes. Wednesday morning .-.................................. 39c BOYS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS, 45c Odds and ends of our Gtock of boys shirt waists and shirts. -Wodnosduy morning ....................................... *4DC MEN'S BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 45c Extra fine quality Balbriggan and Merino undershirts for men. All sizes. Values to 75c. Wednesday morning...................45C MEN'S SOX, 2 PAIRS FOR.......______25c Men's Work Sox in cotton mixtures, light summer weight. Wednesday morning, 2 pairs tor............................ 25c WASH DRESS GOODS . ..............19c A big range of wash fabrics including faucy piques, novelty organdies, zephyrs and ginghams. Clearing Wednesday 1 Q morning, yard...........................................*��� Hennesey & Wilson North Lethbridge. Cars to the Doors FOR IHEFI WATCH Steve Popovich of Coalhurst, a miner, came before Magistrate Elton in the Provincial Pollco Court this morning, charged with the thoft of several pieces of jowelry. It appeared from the evidouco that the accused got. Into Mrs. Antko's apartments, who keeps a restaurant at Coalhurst, by use of a skeleton koy and stolo tho goods Magistrate Elton, after severely lecturing tho man, gave him eighteon months with hard labor in tho Provincial jail. John Vasolonak conducted the cage for the prosecution. What the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS "Tho IUvor of Romance" at the Empress Is a light, very pretty story mado In the Thousand Islands with Harold Lockwood and May Allison in the leading roles. It Is a summer romance brightly acted In charming locations and may he relied upon as pleasing ontertaiument, demanding little concentration or thought. There Is also a greut comedy, "A Million Dollu.r Smash," in two partB. Lucille is tho sweetheart of JJmmie, who is her father's assistant. Her father ir the station agent at Koko, on important post, as there ure many shipments ot gold that aro all the time coming through. One day they rocolvo word that there is a big shipment coming. On the train that is bringing the gold Is "Nltro Ned" and hia gang, who plan to get the mpnoy. AT THE MAJESTIC "Flora Bella" this station's scintil-J*U�K uiuskal gem which recently completed a long run at tho Casino Theatre, Now York, will be the attraction at the Majestic on Saturday night next, July 21st. Tho charm of the score, tho bciibo of tho book and lyrics and the beauty of scenic investure, togethor with the distinction of the ensemble, marked this as one of tho most pronounced sucoessos of recent years in New York. Among the popular song hits aro: "Good-day, Good-night," "It Is Very Hard to Bring Up Father," "Cat and Mouse," "Young Men Take a Tip From Me," "Love Is a Dance," "Flora Delia," "You're the Girl," "Give Mo All of You," and "Creep, Creep, tho World's Asleep," In tho company will bo found such popular and artistic players as Eleanor Henry, Lily Loonhard, Guy J. Sampsell, Irving Brooks, Itobort O'Connor, Josephine Kirkwood, Mortimer H. Wehlon, Kate Stout, Adolph Link, Gilbert Clayton, and tho famous dancing team of Grant and Wing. The company carry their own special orchestra. Seats go on Bnlo tomorrow at Hodley's.' AT THE ORPHEUM The story of "The Hero of the Hour," at tho Orpheum tonight. Billy Brooks, a popular young member of New York's smart set, is a super-re-fiued character, aesthetic to a point of effeminacy. His father Is a rugged, self mado man, a nativo of tho Far West, who cannot reconcile himself to his son's butterfly existence. He has a picture of Billy in tho office, because,, as he tells his assiciates, every time he looks at it, it makes him so hot that he tears loose and makes another million. At a party Billy discovers an exquisite perfume and, learning from the young lady that her uncle manufnet ers it, though there is no demand for It, Billy conceives tho idea of introducing the porfumory Into tho homes of the best people. His father Is so angered by this news that he turns him out. Billy says ho is going on tho road. Ho had offondod many society women by breaking in on intimate drawing room teas to sell ttu perfume. The father receives com plaints at Billy's actions aud accordingly calk) �f Billy's boss and threat- ens to put him out of business If he doosn't send Billy away from New Yor. Thero is also u comedy, "Bomb:? and Bank Notes." AT STARLAND Sosbuo Hayakawa. the eminent Japanese actor, will appear at Starlnnd for. tho last times tonight in Robert Louis Stovenson's popular story, "The Bottle Imp." Mr. Hayakawa Is supported by Lehua Waipahu, a beautiful and talented Hawaiian girl, (who by the way is a relative of Queen Lilluo-kalani) and an excellent company. From a scenic and artistic point of vie-* tho picture is one of the finest exhibited at Starland for some tlmo, most of the scenes having been taken in tho Hawaiian Islands. The story, which Is well-known, lends Itself readily to motion-photography, being ro-ploto with action. Those who did not see the play yesterday, should not fail to do so tonight. A splendid two-reel Keystone comedy, "Villa of the Movies," will also bo shown. On Wednesday and Thursday, Mollie King, ono of tho most beautiful and talented off the younger actresses, will appear lo. "Blind Man's Luck." WIDE AWAKE TRACTOR MEN AND PROGRESSIVE MOTORISTS ARE USING Miracle Oil In their fuel thus greatly Increasing power, because carbon Is eliminated, which mean*  substantial saving on the 'Juice' whether It it gasoline, kerosene or distillate. FOR SALE AT THE City Vulcanizing Shop Free Air on the Curb SCHULTZ Sl RITCHIE 817 Third Avenue South THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L.. Prejidenl H V. P. JONES, Au'tCen'i. M*n*g�r SIR JOHN AIRD.Cenetel Mwinr V.C.BROWN, Sup'i of Central Wemrn Branches Capital Paid Up. $15,000,000 T Reserve Fund, . $13,500,000 SAVE YOUR MONEY and thus help Canada to do her share in the Great War. INTEREST ALLOWED AT 3% PER ANNUM ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS OF $1 AND UPWARDS AT ANT, BRANCH OF THE BANK Lethbridge BranQh-- R. T. Brjmn% Mg^ 380660 ;