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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 18,1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE THE SUBMARINE MYSTERY STATEMENT OF A SURETY Says Extension Bill Will be Dropped-Local Member Talks of Matter of Farm Labor in Southern Alberta KING MOURNS FOR THE UNKNOWN CANADIAN DEAD London, July 17.-During the king's recent visit to VJmy ridge, says the Times' correspondent, what, most on-gaged his attention worn Hie senttor-cd graves with which the ridge Is dot-tod. Whenever a cross marked tlio roBllng place of h .soldier, tin1 king wont to inspect It. flcforo one Rravo: "To an unknown Canadian," he stood for a long while. "It Is hard that any one of these bravo fellows should lie unknown," ho said. "Tho world ought lo know every ono of thorn." Moro than once ho expressed appreciation qf tho careful and reverent way tho dead are buried. fat man "Skinny'1 will appear In a comedy and the latest War Weekly will be shown. Crown Prince: "Vot effer goes ub Is sure to como down somewhere." Emporor Bill: "Yaw, an' vot effer goes down don'd always como up now-wherc." DIRECTOR r OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING If You Arc Going to Waterton Lakes Phone Boulton's Auto Livery We will be glad to give you all Information possible. Our rates are reasonable. Phone 1208, Lethbrldge, Alta. Phone 1717 THE ATLAS Transfer BAGGAGE EXPRESS COAL C. O. D. Office at Frank Mites' Shoe Store. Residence Phone 1039 DOGS WIN HONORS IN THE WAR Nome, AlaBka, July 1G.-Mrs. Esther Blrdsall Darling, of Nome, who sold many racing dog's to the French government, has received the cross of war won by Alaska dogs for service ut tho front in transporting 90 tons of Bhells to an isolated post un-dor fire through a blizzard that raged for four days and nights. Announcement of tho decoration was made hero today. PUNISH DESERTERS. Petrograd, July 16.-The wives of Russian soldiers are taking stern measures against deserters from the army, according to reports to Petrograil newspapers. At a congress of soldiers wives hold in the province of Tambov it was unanimously resolved to 'hand ovor to justice all deserters from the army Including, If necessary, our own husbands." The Vedomosty says ten sturdy women of Kor.lov dragged to the conscription bureau three deserters, the wives of two of them being among tho men's captors. .Safe. "A shoemaker is in no .danger of having any of his stock left on his hands." "Why isn't he?" "Because tho shoes he makes are all soled by tho time he finishes them."-Baltimore American. EVER-READY AUTO LIVERY PHONES Day - 1809 Night - 716 WE'RE ALWAYS READY DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1350 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Cffloe-C. P. R. Freight Shod* PHONES Office ........... 1163 6tablee .......... 1084 Hcmm's Auto Livery 24 Hour Servloe Capable Drlvera Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel The Hudson Auto Livery A BIG 7-PAS8ENGER CAR 8tand: Palace Confectionery Phone No. 688 Resident Calls, day or night, No. 1269. "Meet Me at the Palace" FOR SALE OR TRADE CHEAP 20 head of good young sound horsss and mares from 1300 to 1700 lbs. Some good matched teams. These horses are nil well broken and ready to go to hard work. Can be seen at Lethbridge Hale and Feed Barn 184-4 Ottawa, July 18.-When the house met this afternoon, G. Boyer, Liberal member for Vaudroull, presented petitions from 400 farmers' associations protesting against any proposed chaugo which would permit tho importation of oleomargarine into Canada. He said tho petitions were signed by 29,000 good farmers. Daylight Saving. Sir George Fostor, replying to Mr. Bolvin, said tho daylight saving bill will bo introduced and passed this session. Parliament would have to decido whether or not the bill will be put Into effect this summer. Hon. Frank Oliver said he had received a book entitled tho "Fiddlers" by Arthur Jlee, which is prohibited entry into Canada, under penalty of a heavy fine of $5,000 or five years Imprisonment for having it in one's possession. "I have tho book," said Mr. Oliver amidst genoral laughter. Mr. Oliver said he had It and had read it and that it was a powerful arraignment of tho liquor traffic of England. He askod why it had been prohibited entry into Canada. Sir Robert Borden said he would have to enquire of the officials of tho department of the secretary of tho state. Drop Extension Bill. The prime minister thon announced that in view of tho vote taken yesterday on the resolution to extend tho life of parliament it would not bo sent to the senate or further proceeded with. The vote of S2 to. 62, he said, showed that parliament falls short of either unanimity or practical unanimity. Under Vi'i circumstances there would be no further action on tho part of the government. This means that tho life of paidiament will expire on October 7 and that a general olection is inevitable. The announcement was received with some desk-pounding by members on both sides of tho houso. J. G. Turriff brought up the question of the shortage of farm labor in the west by reading an article describing conditions from the Winnipeg Free Press on July 11, he said that the situation was serious and that a considerable number of extra men will be required to harvest tho crop. Farm Labor Sir Robert Borden said that negotl-uations had taken place between tho representatives of the Canadian and tho United States government with the idea of bringing about co-operation in connection with the supply of labor for the two countries. It was proposed to make an arrangement for regulation of labor so that excess labor in ono country could be used In the othor, a memorandum had been drawn up which would be acted upon. Sir Robert referred to the conference held at the capital on Saturday in regard to which announcement had already bean mado. W. A. Buchanan, of Medicine Hat, reforred more particularly to tho situation in Southern Alberta. He thought that the supply of farm labor should be organized by the Dominion and provincial governments. Hon. W. J. Roche, minister of the Interior, explained in detail tho arrangements which it was proposed to carry out. He explained that the general plan Is to bring a number of men from tjie States across tho border whore the crops arc harvested earlier thon In Canada. Provision is made that no obstacles shall bo placed In the way of laborers crossing the border. Dr. Roche held that no stone would be lort unturned to secure tho j'nocessary help. Arrangements were also being made with the provincial government to distribute amongst the farmers the men secured. Mr. Oliver aBkcd it any steps had been taken to bring back from England the 12,000 soldiers physically unfit for service at tho front. Mr. Roche said that this was a question which affected the military department. J. A. Robb, of Huntingdon, resented tho suggestion In tho Winnipeg Free Press article that laborers from Quebec would not go west because of their resentment over tho support given the conscription bill by western members. This, he said, was in lino with tho many misrepresentations about Quebec which have been spoiling Ink and paper for weeks past. As a matter of fact there was a groat shortage of labor In Quebec and many women are working In the hay fields. Levi Thompson and other members of the housb urged on tho government the desirability of immediate action. Act Against Profiteers Replying to a question by Archie McCoig, Sir George Foster said that tho report of W. J. O'Connor, cost of living commissioner on cold storage conditions in Canada Is being considered by the government, and that action will be taken in regard to it. WHOLESALE POISONING Klambath Falls, Ore.. July 17.-Evidence of wholesale poisoning of livestock and attempts at incendiarism of farm buildings In this district have been uncovered by J. 11. Cnrualian, assistant Unltod States attorney, who Is conducting an Investigation here into the responsibility for a tire which last Sunday morning destroyed a larm AT THE MAJESTIC John f'ort'rt beautiful production of "Flora llella," the New York Cassiuo Russian Musical Comedy success, book by Felix Doermann revised and luh'ptcl by Cosmo Hamilton and Dorothy 1'annelly, lyrics by Percy YVux-ii'.an, and score by diaries Cuvllllur and Milton Seln\ ar/.wahl, with Miss Eleanor Henry and a select cant nnd picked chorus will come lo tho Majestic next Saturday night, July 21st. The story Is n typical Russian arrangement, with a real plot of nb-!, H'bing interest, abounding in clean cut. brilliant comedy. Tho play is constructed along new lines to amuse and entertain from the ascml of the curtain to the finale of tho last, act, and in this tlv, authors end composers of both book and score, have been highly successful. Probably no musical comedy in I lie past, ton years, pro-duel Ive as they have been in this direction, is comparable with 'Flora "Good-Day, Good-Night," "It Is Very Hard to Bring Hp Father," "Cat and .Mouse," "Young Men Take a Tip From Mo," "Lovo Is a Dance," "Flora llelhi." "You're the Girl," "Give Ma All of You," "Adam," nnd "Creep, Creep, the World's Asleep." flour mill and a quantity of stored i Bella," in the profusion of clover dia- graln. It was announced today forty alleged members of tho Industrial Workers of the World are under arrest. A CALL FROM THE TRENCHES NOTICE Mrs. J. Uneworth haa opened n Grocery Store At 1620 2nd Ove. A. N., where a full line of Groceries and Fresh Fruit Will be Sold. 184-: $640,000,000 BILL PASSED IN 45 MINUTES Washington, July 17. - Another speed record in considering the $640,-000,000 aviation program bill passed last Saturday by the house In five hours was mado today when the senate military committee at a 45-mlnuto session unanimously ordered a favorable report without amendment. MAY SALVAGE STEAMER. Painting: Decorating Morgan 964 11th Street 8. & Whittaker 612 7th Street 8. Phone 1820 Autos Painted Paperhanging Now York, July 17.-Prospects for salvaging tho Norwegian-American liner Krlstianiafjord, ashore near Capo Race, Newfoundland, are good, provided fair weather holds, according to advices received at the office \ of tho lino here from the vessel's captain. Wrecking tugs are now on tho way to the wreck. * PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN. London, July 1G.-The Rev. Arthur Moe, author of the much discussed book on prohibition, entry of which has been banned to Canada, and the Rev. Dr. Stuart Holden, have severod their connection with the Strength of Britain Movement, and are about to launch ft powerful prohibition movement as one of the most pressing question of the day. They will contend for a broudor basis than that upon which the Strength of Britain organization was placed. This alms at prohibition during war time only. A PATRIOTIC PARROT "Polly want a cracker?" "If Hanna doesn't object." Thousand Dollar Saturday - - � A New "Movie" with lots of "Pep." See Friday's Paper for full particulars. Sport at home! Ye would play In a day When in bloody fray, Men bleed and dlo. Sport at home! Public spirit! Ah! who wear It? For hockey match fit Ye sue and try. Sport at home.' 'Twere a shame Manhood's fame Should fail the name Of Canada fair! Spftrt at home! Oh, watching crowds 'Neath sunlit clouds, While Death weaves shrouds For soldiers brave! Sport at home! Disgusting ye Who selfish be! Right claim have we To fling a hiss. Patriots where While soldiers lie 'Neath hissing sky And for you die Ye sports so brave? Oh, sport away! Its page here read Is like a rage Of flaming red To maddened bull. Trenches call! And would ye dare But see onco here How soldierB fare Who die for you! But soo Thou milllonaIre_ The Bcanty cato' Whore bullets toarl Thy gift is small. Then think In dark and rain It thou hadst lain Alono in pain Both legs blown oft And moro, In sholl-holc drear No stretcher near And death's cold tear Thy company. Then say What Is the worth, (And bring It forth Without a dearth) Of help then given. Sports at home! Ye'U never know The hero's glow In death laid' low When duty's done. Alas, alas, ' Ye'U nevor hoar! ' With gladsome cheer Year after year They suffered all. Than crippled limb, 'Twere fate moro dire If crippled were The character, Ye shirkers all! * But enlist! Then to the wheel,  Wrong 'noath the heel, From woo bring weal And smash the Hun! ^-E.B.N,, Albion Ridge. What the Press Agents Say logue. sparkling tunes and trlppllng melodies, and if you have a heart and a mind for brilliant musical inspirations to set your feet going, "Flora Holla" should bo your inor.cn. Popular among tho twenty song hits tire AT THE ORPHEUM If you were seventeen years old, and n. girl, and had been left. In chargo of a big ranch, with orders to make a man out of an effeminate perfumn salesman ;and, just, when you had set him to doing nil the houso work, and thought you wore getting along fam-ously as hl.i boss, ho should kick over tli" traces, knock out your Indian sor-vnnt. put a bullet through the foreman of the ranch, and shoot down any man who ventured to oppose hom for an instant- well, wouldn't, you wire your father to come West, on the first train that left. New York, without stopping; even to pack a. toothbrush? Of course you would, ar.r! that la just, what Mildred Nohukcr did, in tho special attraction, "The Hero of tho Hour," in which Jack Mulhall Is starred and which Is at tho Orphoum for (.lie last time tonight. And if you want to know what happened then, you will lnr'e to see !'..e picture. Also the Comedy Bombs and Bank: Notes, and the Bandit's Wager, featuring Grace Cunard and Francis Ford wlil bo shown. AT THE EMPRESS The Universal Corporation has always been noted for the speed with which they turn out "Weeklies" for tho motion picture screen, but they have surpassed themselves In the manufacture of a news weekly in the presentation of a picture of General Pershing and tho first contingent of American troops landing in Franco. It was less than two weeks ago that the American commander and his forces reached continental Europe amid the Balvos of welcome such as only the French enn give an Invited guest. This, is being shown at tho Empress tonight, together with Sunny Jane, the five-reel feature. AT STARLAND Mollie King, the beautiful young vaudeville star, will be tho attraction at Starland toni.'jht and tomorrow in a Pathe Gold ltopster feature, "Blind Man's Luck," The story is briefly as follows: Eileen Caverly (Mollio King) escaping from a smuggler boards a train to the north. Boby Guerton (Earlo Fox), disinherited son of a millionaire has terminated a carouse by marrying a certain young lady and they also board the train. In a wreck tho newly made, wifo Is killed and Eileen, to save herself from tho police, takes her placo. Boby was so drunk tho night betoro that he fails to penetrate the deception and only congratulates himself on his hasty selection of a beautiful wifo. Four years later they are living in happiness and in a decidedly isjirrestlng series . of scenes their little boy proves the means of reconciling Boby with his father. Crow, *�*r snuigler, turns up again and attempts to blackmail Eileen hut is killed by Boby, who believes him a burglar. It turns out that Crow was Eileen's guardian, against whoso attempt to make her a confederate in his crime, the girl rebelled. In addition to tho feature the funny GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY EVENING FROM 7.30 TO 9.00. Evening Auction Sale WADB1NGTON\S AUCTION ROOMS S. O. E. BUILDING-TENTH STREET S. Friday Evening Next, July 20th AT EIGHT O'CLOCK FRANK WADD1NGTON Will Sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve a Quantity of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: Splendid buffet, mission oak finish; Set of very superior parlor chairs in solid oak consisting of two rockers, tweo easy chairs and settee, upholstered in leather; Sectional book case, 4 section in mission oak; mahogany occasional table; grass rocker; heavy mission oak library table; round extending dining table; mission oak; very fine davenport lounge in solid leather and mission oak; sowing table; two gas heaters; Guerney Oxford range, with gas fittings; mirrors; chest of drawers; brass mounted beds; springs and mattresses; two or three carpet squares, fine quality Brussells; Smith Premier Typewriter, and also for private sale a CLAXTON CHICAGO PIANOFORTE, in mahogany case, absolutely up to date and in good crdcr. TERMS CASH EMPRESS Extra! Extra! Extra! In addition to the regular picture program will be shown first and authentic motion pictures of Gen. Pershing's Arrival in France Wednesday and Thursday At Every Performance First authentic moving pictures of tho tremendous ovation which Paris accorded the famous American Genoral. NO ADVANCE IN PRICE PHONES 770-^69 NEXT SAT. NIGHT Only JULY 21st THE MOST NOTABLE MUSICAL COMEDY OFFERING IN YEARS THE ORIGINAL NUMBER ONE COMPANY COMING FROM IT8 LONG RUN THIS SEASON AT CASINO THEATRE, NEW YORK. With another John Cort Cast of Broadway Favorites, Including ELEANOR HENRY, GUY 8AM PS EL, IRVING BROOKS, LILY LEONHARD, ADOLPH LINK, MORTIMER WELDON, EDWIN O. MEYERS, GILBERT CLAYTON, KATE STOUT, JOSEPHINE KIRK-WOOD--MONJO AND GOULD-AND The most fascinating chomp coaxed from tho "Great White Way" in years. Special Augmented Orchestra Company of Severity People LOWER FLOOR ..................... 92-00 and |1JK> BALCONY......................$1.50, $1.00, 78c, 80c SEATS ON SALE AT HEDLEY'S NOW PRICES: "SCHEMER SKINNY'S SCHEMES" Featuring the Pathe Fun Maker TONIGHT-TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS THE TALENTED AOTHtit, Mollie King in "BLIND MAN'S LUCK" A Beautiful Star In a Great Photoplay Full of Thrill* and Aetlon. A Story of Twentieth Century Smuggler* and the Long Arm of the Law. LATE8T TOPICAL BUDGET OF CURRENT EVENT8 THE WORLD OVEfl THE SPECIAL ATTRACTION LA8T TIME "The Hero of the Houf Written and produced by Raymond Wells. With Jack Mulhall and Strong C~�t of Feature Playera. MalllirH1\inO dr^l Harold Lockwood and May Alllaon In the Supreme Metro Womierpfay FME?S - "The River of Romance* jLa*f TONIGHT tj LAST TIM* Fwm E. J. Rath'a Novel In Five Faaclnatlng Aott, directed by Hsiwy OtsSf Also "The Million Dollar Smash," Comedy. ^ 7?> 86 ;