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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .THURSDAX JULT 26.1M7. THE LEftraRmGfc DAILY HEIULD PAGEFIVB FOOD CONSERVATION Monty For War i Purpoiei "Food CflDJervatioa la esjentlaJ to Win tlw war." Such U tho UecUratlon ot Hot, W. .1. Hanna, Canada's Food Controller. Tha money that will from aiclt conservation Is need- to atrtftcllic'u the nniuclal resourc- es of tho country. Mr. Uanna urged tke pf evenllou-of food waste-ami the adoption b! war rceaiia. Dolli these meaiures viU decrease food expand I tures and result in wise savings to the country. The National ptbt Las hi created by half a billion dol- lars face (he Tar began, [t ta esttm that IT 111 be needed this year tor war purposes. The co- operation of erery man and woman Iix the Domini on Is needed to support of sucL expendllurea. dollar has B direct war'va.ue. -National BAT I UK Y 111 be a great factor in vic- tory. Are you saving? Ara you-ei- ain.ntne your eipeudllurti? Arc you lielnf >xtravaeanl? Or arc you prac IJclajf, IhjjJt and luveaUnf your money In War Savings Certificates? Your are ueeded to win the war. Entrants on Abandoned Homesteads Must Pay Debt for Seed Grain Ciudlan .'firiflc Saskatoon Eitiibitioii Ml 4, 1917 "'SINGLE.. TARE' THE ROUND TRIP. Going Dates, July 28 to Aug. 3. Return Limit, Aug. 7, 1917 For fuil'partleular apply to local iggnt, R. DAWSON, District Pastenger Agent, CALGARY Autos Painted Painting: Decorating f; Paperhanging Morgan 11lh Street S. the Ottawa, Out., July Whea OU60 met thU afternoon Sir 'thooias YMte Introduced tho hill uuou D resolutlnu ndovted yesterday uro- for aa Incomu tax.- .The bill a llrit reading scu now lands for secoud reaJInf. When the house. Was movtd luto ommltlee to consider HOB. J. loclie's bill to Bjiiend the Dominion as Aci, Ifoo. said hat aa Iho bill bad Just been dls- rlbuted, cosildsraUoo should be eferred until tka bad time o consider It. Slr.llobcrt Dorden said that the bill vu largely of a technical character. lo that certata ctvusca ould ho deferred. This .wu acreed o and conslieratlon of the; bill wu iroceeded whfl. Dr. Roche eiphtuied IhaV the bill provided that any person who secures LU abandoned homestead may be re- lulrel lo pay amounts due for prln clpal and Interest charzed against sudi land for seed 'grila or other re- lef. advanced by, tue ioTerimenl to any previous onlrafit, Mr.' Oliver ddubterl If It .would bo lsc to aak Iho DCK homeBteader lo assume responsibility for. more Uiaa Uic Imprcvcme'nt'a'raa'de. Hon. Dr. Rochp said that the vslne ot tho lip.d In'the more thickly ealtlcd parts would mak'e It for the now entrant to assume .all the In- debtedness azalusflhe land.' Mr.- Oliver said lhal most of tho land would be In less thickly settled districts, wliero was valuable It would not abandoned. He thought the would be a de- terrent to rcbccupaHon .and; lo pre- emption. He stated- his objection, however, He would' not: further oppose tlia adoption of the clause.' QtCLMEO SALARY TO PUBLIC FREE Dr. Roche thought the proposal to have the saw entrant pa? bet- ,er than lo put tho laud uj> at with Ihe Indebtedness against It the upset price. Protection For Women. The blii clothes the minister with power to order iltat nioucys collected for the government by a former en- trant may be paid lo hla wife. It will provide protection for women In the case ol oesertlon by her husband. An- other provision for the protection for womeu Is that the eulry of an entrant la cancelled his wife may secure the patent after completion the duties performed by'hlni. The Dill aleo extends to homestead- ers the right to count residence Irom llalo of entry and from date com- mnucement of residence either before or after dale of entry. These provis- ions were In the act previous to 1908. Mr. Oliver doubted Uie wisdom of [his clause because It would Intro- duce an element ol doubt' lu the ad- ministration of Hie act. This was a rastter, he said, that could be con- trolled b? regulation. Or. Hocne sulu lie only, object wae to slvo the department .a lltllermore I rusticity. Dr. Schacffner anil Mr.' Turrllf thought iho amendment was a. good one and should be adopted. Mr. Oliver maintained that it puts too much power In the hsnda of of- ficials who are political plrtlsaqs. Of- ten, while not accusing Ihe minister o[ sinister Intentions, he was pfraid the results would be sinister. Colonel Currle objected to men be- ins allowed lo take up land just lor the purpose of making Ho thought thut returned soldiers should ho allowed to get patenls as long as they live In the vicinity ol the land- 6127th Stre AI DIRECTORir LIVERY AND DRAYIfiG lif You Are Going to Phoije I Bbulton's Auto Livery I WtVlll (lad ,to give you I Information possible. Our rates I are reasonable- Phone 1206, I Lethbridge, Alta.' The Hudson Auto BIO 7-PA3SENQER CAR Confectionery' j'; tfione Jfo. (5fi8 'Meet Dululh, (July 25 wine luncheon "concert lor his friends, during the" lime required to cremate his body Vas.pfo'vidcd hy the liile William of Louis- ville, .Ky., whose JSOO.MO. estate was filed for probalo died In .Ixmlsrllle. The viu'deiundi' thal'tie following direelionsHbi, carrl'nl. to "the let- vfiati 't'speclal.Pullman'car to he erifaifed" to caxryVny.bbaf lo Clnclti- na'tl; Ohio, for cremation' city. 1 wish the.hulfet of Pullman irhich carry, my body to befell stocked to eai and drink, ao IhatvaiyV friends who will do me the'flOnprjt'b.'Ki-me well started on my.'lasl'. Journey may not want io. ease I their hun, eer or slack thelc thirst-" The will nlso.olrecV'a t'iOrplece bane 1 bo engaged to program comp concerl Copy of not filed ere .with the ithleh provides fur thcr that raemhera of the hand In- vited to drink during two fifteen min- ute Intermissions ou Ihe program. It Is finally directed that'Norton's ashes ho In a bronze urn at Iho top of the family monument In Jlaplo Qrofe cemetery, ilussellvllle, Calgary, July Fired by ajaplrll ol resentment against the Introdiic- Llon of enemy -into-.-the local frelejit sb'eaV; of Ihe. three-: tl'mes a lielr -Irilentipn .of ilelng up frefghl traffic unieBs'lhe men were dlBch'arf ed. In ea'cni.- instance' the threat'j.to was UieV; under consideration seriously by railroad, and aliens removed from the job. "SHORTIES" TO FIGHTJ Rome, men. :.wrfl hare a chance to fight after Augufil under a new. decree irhich reiuce'a the minimum heieht by tour inches. II affects men whose height hitji- erta had heeb a bar lo enlistment- OTT'S LIVERY Day'pheni 'Night Phont PRAYING 'y.i 1H5 or TUrnet Witchall K.nn.dr'i 410 nth GRAYING V6( All Kinds WesternTraiisferCo, f. R- freight Roihven at Chaotauqua FimbujfBinibni.Slnijs His Irito the Hesurt Every Audience Bemm'i Auto Uvery .1111 Hit urn i'i fa H t-ktjlatHrw (a hnnoroiis, Scotrti a iMn the irii't'nirtcal itlfw, I M ..'A--; 1 I with What the Press Agents Say j mafee her unhappy. i Southland whora the; V-- MR. JOHN G. KENT, B man ol wealth and eitenBUe business In- terests, who hu refused (a accept injr whatever for his serrlcM as Manager of Ihe Canadian National Exhibition, pre- ferring to serrft Uic'pulrilc free of charge. He la President of the To- ronto Board ol .TMde" and has been on Lht Exhibition Board since 1S05, always Rowing: a close Interest In the work. He waa President In 1912- 13, two best years lu the b IB Lory of the Insi.HiUon; Mr, Kent Is head of thfl Boj Scouts In Toronto and ia'Identified with many philanthropic eiilenJriaeB. Long and continued Ill- ness has compelled Dr. Ofr, Manager since 1303., to seek a long rest. AT THE The Elory of the Devil's Assistant, at the Empress Is as fo.lova; Maria, Ihe role play ml by- Mlsd Fischer, Is a screen de.lneatlon of ihe ul a beautiful woman against lha eTil morphine used tool la the triads) of false friends and ft dbappulnteJ Eultor, all but loses her Kent, passing through the "Valley ol the final happiness. Maria marries Joho, the other Hull- or, lea Dr. Lorenz embittered and disappointed. A plotting woman, dis- appointed la los.nt the mm Maria married, conspires with Lorenz, in dyeing him to take advantage ot lits position as Maria's physician to make her a morphine victim. She is driven I all but insane by her craving, while the doctor seeks to Increase his pow-1 er over her. There Is a struggle lu which she all but husLanJ Is halt en- lightened and casts her doc- lor presses Is spirited 1 Into a lonelj; Jiui, the of the Idous Lorenz, and the vroret la about .0 ha realized; wlien Destiny Inter- ;eTCS_a of lightning Interposes delirious vislou lakes her acroaj the border Juto Iho dim nnd injElerlous hereafter, escorted by Death's she wakes In the arma of Lor the villain, Lorcnz, la dead! She leaves the live, taking her irfant son, ho LI sho has narnctl Stephen. Stephen hag grovn to manhood, his mother dies, first tell- ing him the story or Miles' persecu- tion. is fin embltlercj agalast Ms uncle, avoif.U meeting anil he Icates for South Africa. Sec Ihe rest of tlio Btory ia J. R. Hall, the barltoao, la everybody. AT STARLAND George tho greatest, of all character actors, will appear at Star- land tonight for tho last (tinea in an- other great play, "The DouJ Between." This splendid etory, from Mr. LJeban's own pen. Eliowa Iho author in new uf an old Kreuch. IliLiV crto he has played Italian parts only, with sreat succasj. Need- lass to say Ma interpretation ot tb4 part ia Ihe present play la equally gooJ, it not better thaa his work in "Au Allen." "Ilia and other productions ho haa starred In recen-tly. Ou Friday and Saturday lie popular gloom-chasers. Ihiff and Jack PlokfoxJ, In an of Charles DlcJtena' welUkAown story, "Great Kipectat- Thoso who saw these povular stars in "Seveareea" recently wJfl know that they hare another tf-e-at la store. "TWO FOR ONE" 19 WORTHWHILE s. 'Con'stlluency. Acadla Bow Valley Calsary'.'. Clarfsholm jOchrane' JoroaaUon >idshary 'and Dnurmeller DIs- Hand Bills iilfh River lanlafall Lltile 'BdV Lelhbrldssd Maclepd Medicine Hat Canton Okoioka EHnchef-Creek Red HedcUK Rocky" jiounlain 1.5S3.H BOO.OO Sept. 1st 151C to June SOIL 1917 J12.021.24 S.54S.17 165.08 June. 130.00 425.00 "'fjio .15 13C.OO 10.00 1S2.90 C07.00 25.00. 1T.IX) 10.00 272.75 774.00 AT THE ORPHEUM A Million n Minute (3 the feature at ihe Orpheuni. Philip aau Miles Qualnlance qnar- rel over'the love of Kllen Sheridan, and Is rejected, while Philip IB successful in hi? suit. Philip dies soon after a son Is buru, and Miles proposes to lh'6 irlrioir. Whon she refusei him, hs'nses every means to MlJST ECONOMIZE IN FUEL Canadians must eicrclse all possible economy In the use of coal. Is the word brought back Ifocb New York by C- A- Ma- Bralh, pofnlpton' fuel controller, who has returned'fr'oiii that clly where he conferred Vlth Jir. 51cCue of Pills- burg, who is la, charge ot coal ship- ments' to Canada. Mr. Magrath Taa b'y. T. P. Peterson, secre- tary'of the national service board. PONT MISS THE "TWO FOR AnchorrDoiialdsoii Line Canadian Service Comfort ind' Economy. Large Modern -Prepaid Tlclce'li Issued at Lowest Rales. :Full.lnforrhalion from any R.T1. qt S.S. Agent; or H. E. LIUMAN, Gen. Agent- ,'f- .449 'Main' Winnipeg, Han., Phone --M.'5312. Taber Warter 5.00 299.00 9.2S2.S2 S.5T7.00 I 4.6S4.30 S.510.00 1S.223.50 4TO Gnnvilii SI, Vancouver. V PrOTinCIal Oov- _ erament em- SUB o'i Unlver- of Alberta 191.10 "Wo.39 4.103.27 to rat thnt.tnMi MfMM a Number ot families nsslated Number of Individuals usleted 7.432 Amoaat df bursed Admlnlitrallon expenses paid by. fund 250.01 paid., >iy provincial gor- ernment J2 00 T. M. Twwdle, P. Tnriei President. Secretary. TO PROTECT MEMBERS Lbodon, July attention of the speaker ot tho house of commonB even called today to the pres of a number Herrlce mea building, he eiplalncd that a few '-so he received Informa- tion toU was likely to be some Improper-, demonstration, acconpanlcC by.-thyitcal violence. In the for that reason he ukel thai rteftl (ervlce men be Mnt there. Tore not there tq, impede or restrict tbflr llnerlv, but tor the purpose of defending The. orlglnaLand genuine treat- mint for. ehrenlc dlleaiea of women complalnta.' Bend for free copy M "Unlvinul .Guide.to .Health." -'J MRS..WM- FRANCIt, Mn. B.. Wilson, 102 1st W, Calgary. .'No Advance In Prices A Metro Wonderplay Feslurlng FRANCIS X. BU3HMAN AND 1EVERLY BAYNE 'i. In Million a Minute A RMrlng In 9 J. R: HALL TM.Orsat Who Will ''Sing Tonight, "Rollins and "Ihdllni." Both 1917 Songj. Heli- Him. He's worth trie prlcg idmlatlon tfxOtt, HdJtccei and girt tufty llw TDRafciltr time lx and md H'VUu br thoM ttiinlcal tnlnlni TIMES TONIGHT 50KGE BEBAN IN BOND BETWEI An (KCetlent plctvrt, It OAUMONT QMPHIC FAMOUS SATUrlDAY nS PRESENT Evening Auction Sale WADDIXGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS: TENTH STHEET'GOUTH FRIDAY EVENING, JULY AT 7.30 P.M. FRANK WADDINGTQN Will Bell by Public Auction and vnalj atMmblage of nOUSEHOLD FTJRTNTTTtRE And effects Includlas: Very rlue brass bed complete with sflnl springs and felt handsome dialog suite, famed fialih, couiprlBln; bxiffe'V set chalrg and extension tahle; famed mbrrta rocker; "Knechtel" kitchen cabinet; Blewart coot with holler; livo single.beds cotnpjeto; chllu'a cot; rood caryet souarca; cjuaullty of booU; cblld's buggy; regulator clock; kitchen chairs; rnaltrcBtea; kilcbcn ulenslli; Cyphers Inwtialor comptate, etc, and ELECTRIC VACUUM CARPET CLEANER, -Kith, all it- tacbmentj: eilcnilon couch; New Perfection ell und oven; comblnalloB drwser. jVLSO BARBEB SHOP EQUIPMENT Includlne up-to-date bkrtxr chtfr, ikee a find, bick tlxtnri vrlth two large mlrrora, shelf irllh tool drawer and numeronm other Items. Terms cash, GcxxM on view Thurwhy EvwiHifl. Pliorw AUCtlON SALE] IWILL SELL BY PUBLIC SALE AT 'SAtE BARNS, LETHBRIDGE On SAT., JULY 28thJl9lf COMMENCING AT i P.M. SHARP, THE FOLLOWING of PURE-BRED SHORTHORNS AND lEREFORDS 3 registered Shoruiorn cnn, with calf at Jtot: 1 regli horn cow in 6'registered Shorthorn nettere, old. In calfi 3 regliterediBti'orthorli Velfert, two yeari old; 16 reiurbctd ing Shorthorn helren; 3 ravlttererf Hereford hcffen, two yoart In call; 6 one year old; 1 rtfictcml Hm- rord hull, ten monthi 'old; i old, straight Scotch brMdinaJ: '--f The above mentionnl hare been' shown in Medicine Hat, wiantm. 3 first prizes, 7 Eecondi and 8 thirds. Winnie-.young herd fOm and Bet of hull and prdgeiiir. of cow. 'PedtgreM be it of sale, also date of service. For further Intonnatlon or Inipettloo' ot stock see G. W. Hnnter, Bdtuull'a.Sales Birna.; Teraia ot .unless T. L. MERCER, Owner L. I. NICHOLSON, AiKtlonnr, Phifw lost JACK r In an adaptloij of Charles plekenk' fafijoui novel, "Qrtai COMEDIES A tpfcndld VwjraAi tat Doth Vounj One Woman's Opinion, "I have beeri what kind of influence me .Unquettionably, the ones I read in our own local paper, I read that paper when I am at hoTie and thinking about hcnuefaoU affain. When ram away, my mind fully oc- cupied wltfi other things. Perhaps I do see bill board and ttrect car ad- vertisemtrtt's, -but I certainly do remember j them. The adyertitementi that attract me in the home piper the ones, that fire real news, such as ityles ancf partkulan quality.? It pays to adyertut Intellignuljr in the paper. ante fisctier in "M Offll'S ncnwtlxfr thThlinf Tfw wIMX Plrturlni a ic- tMMKrjp tint ufn Mr.' ;