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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta , TH17RSDAX JULY 26,1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE POOD CONSERVATION Mesne Mora Monty For War Purposes "Food conservation Is essential to Win tho war." Such is tho declaration Of Hon. W. J. Hanna, Canada's Food Controller. Tho money that will bo �avod from such conservation Is needed to strengthen tho financial resources of tho country. Mr. Manna urged tho prevention of food waste and the adoption of war menus. Doth these measures will decrease food expenditures' and result In wlso savings to the country. Tho National Debt has been Increased by half a billion dollars since the war bogtin. It Is estimated that $000,000,000 will be needed this year tor war purposes. Tho cooperation of every man and woman In the Dominion is needed to support the burden of such expenditures. Every dollar has a direct war value. National Saving will bo a great factor in victory. Are you saving? Are you examining your expenditures? Are you being extravagant? Or are you practicing thrift and investing your money in War Savings Certificates? Your dollars are needed to win the war. Entrants on Abandoned Homesteads Must Pay Debt for Seed Grain Saskatoon Exhibition July 31-Aug. 4, 1917 SINGLE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP Going Dates, July 28 to Aug. 3. Return Limit, Aug. 7, 1917 For full particular apply to local agent, R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, CALGARY Ottawa, Ont., July 20.-When the houBO met this afternoon Sir Thomas White Introduced the bill bused upon the resolution urioptod yesterday providing for an incomo tax. Tho bill was given a first reading and now stands for second reading. When the house was moved into committee to consider Hon. W. J. Roche's bill to amend the Dominion Lands Act, Hon. Frank Oliver said that as tho bill had just been distributed, Its consideration should bo d of erred until tho member* had time to consldor it. Sir Hobort Borden said that the bill was largely of a technical charactor. Ho suggested that certain clauses could bo deferred. This was agreed to and consideration of the bill was proceeded with. Dr. Koche explained that tho bill provided that any person who secures an abandoned homestoad may bo required to pay amounts duo for principal and interest charged against bush land for sued sraln or othor ro-liof advanced by tho government to any previous ontrant. Mr. Oliver doubted If It would ho .wise to ask tho new homesteader to | assume responsibility for more than the improvement's made. Hon. Dr. Roche said that the value of the land In the more thickly settled parts would make It worth while for the now entrant to assume all the Indebtedness against the land. Mr: Oliver said that most of the land would he In loss thickly settled districts, where the land was valuable It would not bo abandoned. He thought tho now policy would bo a deterrent to rcoceiipation -and to preemption. He stated his objection DECLINEO $7,500 SALARY TO SERVE PUBLIC FREE Autos Painted Painting: Decorating Paperhanging Morgan 964 11th Street S. & Whittaker 612 7th Street S. Phone 1820 Dr. Roche thought tho proposal to have the now entrant pay was better than to put tho land up at auction with tho indebtedness against it tho upset price. Protection For Women. Tho bill clothes the minister with power to order that moneys collected for tho government by a former entrant may bo paid to his wife. It will provide protection for women in the case of desertion by her husband. Another provision for the protection for women Ib that w:\jn tho entry of an ontrant Is cancelled his wife may secure the patent aftor completing tho homestoad duties performed by him. ThO 1)111 also extends to homesteaders tho right to count residence from dato of entry and from date of com-mnncomont of residence either before or aftor date of entry. These provisions were in tho act previous to 1908. Mr. Oliver doubted tho wisdom of this clutiso because it would Introduce an element of doubt In the administration of the act. This was a matter, ho said, that could be controlled by regulation. Dr. Roche said tho only object was to glvo the department a little more rusticity. Dr. Schacffner and Mr. Turriff thought the amendment was a good one and should be adopted. Mr. Oliver maintained that it puts too much power in tho hands of officials who are political partisans. Often, while not accusing tho minister of sinister intontions, he was afraid the results would be sinister. Colonel Currio objected to men being allowed to take up land just tor tho purpose of making money. He thought that returned soldiers should however, ho would not further oppose bo allowed to got patents as long as tho adoption of the clause. they live in the vicinity of the land. DIRECTOR IT 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 1206, Lethbridne, Alta. The Hudson Auto Livery A BIO 7-PAS3ENGER CAR Stand: , Palace Confectionery ' Phone No. 6G8 Resident Calls, day or night, No. 1269. "Meet Me at the Palace" PLAY LIVELY PIECES AT HIS FUNERAL Duliith, July 25.-Provision for a wine luncheon and a band concert for his friends during the time required to cremate his body was provided by the lato William P. Norton, of Louisville, Ky., whose will dinpoalng of a $500,000 estate was filed for probato here today. Ho died in Louisville. The will demands that the following directions be. carried out to the letter: "1 wish a special Pullman car to be engaged to carry my body to Cincinnati, Ohio, for cremation In that city. I wish the buffet of. the Pullman which will carry my body to Cincinnati to bo well stocked with nice things to eat and drink, so that my friends who will do me the honor to see me well started on my last Journey may not want for anything to ease their hunger or slack their thirst."  The will also directs a 40-piece band bo engaged to "render a fine concert program composed of my favorite selections." Copy of the program was not filed here with the "will, which provides fur- ther that members of the band be Invited to drink during two fifteen minute intermissions on the program. It Is finally directed that Norton's ashes bo deposited in a bronze urn at tho top of the family monument in Maple Grove cemetery, Russellville, Ky. WITH THE ALIENS Calgary, July 26.-Fired by a spirit of resentment against the introduction of enemy alien labor into the local freight sheds of the C. P. R, freight handlers put on their coats three times yesterday, announcing their intention of tielng up freight traffic unless the men were discharged. In each Instance the threat to quit was taken under consideration seriously by the railroad, and the aliens removed from the job. "SHORTIES" TO FIGHT. Rome, July 25.-Short men will have a chance to fight after August under a new decree which reduces the minimum height by four inches. It affects 100,000 men whose height hith-orto had been a bar to enlistment. Ruthven MacDonald at Chautauqua Famous Baritone Sings His Way Into the Heart of Every Audience OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1540 Night Phone 787 PRAYING Phonss 1345 or 1350 Turner & Witchall Office at Kennedy's 410 13th 8t DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Offles-C. P. R. Freight SUsds PHONES Office ........... 11M Stables .......... 1084 Hemm'g Auto Livery 24 Heur Service Capable Drivers 1S12 Dallas Hotel Phsne What the Press Agents Say MR. JOHN G. KENT, a man of wealth and extensive business interests, who has refused to accept any remuneration whatever for his services as General Manager of the Canadian National Exhibition, preferring to serve the public free of charge. He is President of the Toronto Board of Trade and has been on the Exhibition Board since 1905, always showing a close Interest in the work. He was President in 1912-13, the two best years In the history of the Institution. Mr. Kent is head of the Boy Scouts In Toronto and Is Identified with many philanthropic enterprises. Long and continued illness has compelled Dr. Orr, Manager since 1903, to seek a long rest. AT THE KAiPUESS Tho story of tho Devil's Assistant, at the Empress is as follows: Malta, the role played by Mlsa Fischer, U a screon delineation of tho UtiI tic i' a beautiful woman ajr.'ilnst the evil of morphine used as a tool in tho liaml.i | of false friends and u dl.supnuintuil suitor. She all but loses her fight, passing through tho "Valley of the Shadow"-into-a final happiness. Marto marries John, the other inill-or, leaving Dr. l^orenz embittered and disappointed. A plotting woman, disappointed in losing tho man Maria married, conspires with Lorenz, Inducing him to take advantage of hl:i position as Marta's physician to maku her a morphine victim. Site is driven till but insane by her craving, whiln the doctor seeks to increase his power over her. There is a struggle in which she all but iosea-her husband is halt enlightened and casts her off-tho doctor presses harder-she is spirited into a lonely hut, the proy of the per-fidous Lorenz, and tho worst is about to bo realized, when Destiny Interferes-a flash of lightning interposes -Marta's delirious vision takes her across the border into tho dim and mysterious hereafter, escorted by Death's Angel-but she wakes In the arms of her husband-and the villain, Lorenz, is dead. mnlco her unhappy. Sltn leaves the .Southland where they live, taking her infant son, whom she ban named Stephen. When Rtcphnu hum grown to manhood, his mother tiles, first lolling him the Htory of Miles' persecution. Ho is so ei'ibittercil against Jil.* uncle, that he avoids meeting him, and ho leaves for South Africa. See the rest of l.lio story in pictures. .1. R. Hall, tho baritone, l� jilensln;; everybody. AT STARLAND Oeorge Rohan, tho greatest, of all character actors, will appear at Star-land tonight for tho last llmoa in another great Latln-Amcrlcnn play, "The. n-ond Hetween." This splendid story, from Mr. Reban's own pen, shows the author in a new ro\% that of an old Kronen music1 master, Hlth* erto he has played Italian-American parte only, with great success. NeeoV less to say his interpretation of the part, in the present play is equally as good, if not. bolter tlmn his work in "An Alton," "His Sweetheart," and other productions lie has starred in recently. On Friday and Saturday tho popular gloom-chasers, Louisa Ifutf and Jack Ridkfard, will (appear In an adaptation of Charles Dlcdcnnfl' welWaiown story, "Croat Expectation*" Those who saw these popular stars in "Seventeen" recently wilt know that they have anotiier treat in store. "TWO FOR ONE" 19 WORTHWHILE S. ALBERTA RECEIPTS Constituency. June. Acadia.......J 130.00 Bow Valley ... 425.00 Calgary...... 9.WG.19 Cardston..... ' 480.15 Claresholm . .. Cochrane .. .. Coronation . .. 790.00 Didsbury and 155.00 Drumheller Dls- . trlct .. .. Gleichen . . .. 136.00 Hand Hills ---- 1,034.15 High River____ 10.00 Innlsfall..... Little Bow . .. 4S2.90 Lethbrldge . .. 2,503.00 Macleod ..... 607.00 Medicine Hat . 3,177.55 Nanton ...... 25.00 Okotoks . . .. 13.00 Olds....... 10.00 Plncher Creek . 272.75 Red Deer . ... 774.00 Redcllff ..... Rocky Mountain 1,588.14 Stettler...... 500.00 Taber ....... 5.00 Warner...... 299.00 Sept. 1st 1916 to June 30th 1917 $12,021.24 4,985.75 111,227.91 3,319.68 4,025.00 7,621.90 9,546.17 9,872.15 8,750.50 7,444.38 12,705.35 9.2S2.S2 3,669.63 6,277.00 25,003.00 3,942.75 21,506.90 5,503.u5 2,330.00 4.6S4.30 6,500.00 9,510.00 4,922.25 25,302.69 12,033.45 15.223.50 4,305.35 AT THE ORPHEUM A Million a Mlnuto is tho feature at tho Orpheum. Philip and Miles Quuintanco quarrel over the love of Kllon Sheridan, and Miles is rejected, whilo Philip is successful in his suit. Philip dies soon after a son is born, and Miles proposes to tho widow. Whon sho refuses him, ho uses every means to MUST ECONOMIZE IN FUEL Ottawa, July 25.-That Canadians must exercise all possible economy in tho use of coal is the word brought hack from New York by C. A. Ma-grath, Dominion fuel controller, who i has returned from that city where he ' conferred with Mr. McCue of Pittsburg, who is in charge of coal shipments to Canada. Mr. Magrath was accompanied by T. P. Peterson, secretary of the national service board. DON'T MISS THE "TWO FOR ONE." Anchor-Donaldson Line Canadian Service Comfort and Economy. Large Modern 8teamers. Prepaid Tickets issued at Lowest Rates. Full information from any R.R. or S.S. Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agent. 449 Main St., Winnipeg, Man., Phone M. 5312. 470 Granville St., Vancouver. Phona 8ey. 3199 $23,563.83 Provincial Government employees .. Staff of University of Alberta 191.10 Sundry Contributions ...... Interest...... 2,697.53 $351,517.32 41,767.70 2,042.80 505.39 4,109.27 The original and genuine treatment for chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints. . Send for free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, c|o. Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st 8t. W., Calgary. $26,452.46 $399,942.48 Number of families assisted .. 2,538 Number of individuals assisted 7,432 Amount disbursed........$50,112.66 Administration expenses paid by fund ...........$ 250.01 paid by provincial government ............ 625.00 T. M. Tweedie, P. Turner Bono, President. Secretary. TO PROTECT MEMBERS London, July 25.-The attention of the speaker of the house of commons having; been called today to tho presence of a number of secret service men In the building, be explained that a few days ago ho received Information that there was likely to be some Improper demonstration, accompanied by physical violence, in the strangers' gallery. For that reason he asked that secret service mon be sent there. He added they woro not there tq., impodo members or restrict their liberty, hut merely for tho purpose of defending them. H. HUTIIVBN MACDONALD, Canada's greatest baritone, la announced for our Chautauqua In an extensive repertory of descriptive, humorous, Scotch ati