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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LBTHBRIDOE HF.IUl.n T1IK OLD WARRIORS TO THE NEW BRITISH TAKE MESSINES Jimr cor- l at British heacfqvar- tcrt the British have captur- Cd TKc Brltlih attack begun south of this morning. Is believed to since the Can- carried VImy Ridge. Trie attack was preceded by a fcrt- rLlghl't Intense bombardment. The object of the attack Is doubtlecs to obliterate the ealient wlhch projects Into the British line north or the river Lye, and at the same time relieve pressure on Ypres, which has been under bombard' ment elnce the Germans failed In their attempt to break through In ms. MAHISIO CELEBRAIEJULY4 New Town Prepares For a HIg New Station Building TTOTT Inch of the ground covered on the Sinai Peninsula Is full of historical Interest. The chle" line ol com inimical loos Is tlio old Palestine Road. waa (ought vllbln a few miles of the Bite where Pelusluin was von And lost." (from lie Sydney bulletin.) fFrom Our Own Cnrrrspondrnl) MaDyberrlcs, Alia., June 3. The C. P.R. E tall on is quite an Improvement to our town. Wticn completed It will be three full E lories. There can be uo doubt that ihc railway people feel lhat the town has a future. It will be the best statton on Hie Many ber- ries oilenslon. Mr. Hurl has sold his livery barn to Philip Milestone of Aneroid, Sask. Mr. Milestone lake possession In about a for Leigh l.: -U Is probable that we wil not lose Mr. Hurt. He tccls that this place Is good enough Tor him. .At a meeting ot Ilio business Dien yeslerdayil was decided lo change Ihe date of our celebration from July 2nd to July 4It- It was with a good deal or hesitancy Ihnl the date was chang- ed. July 2nd was so widely advcrlls ed, a art so long. And yet, this Is as a town, our first celebration. Following nro the main resolutions adopted at the vrln-llie-war, confer- ence at Montreal on May 2-1, 25 and 2G. Mayor Hardic was a mcmher ot] the resolutions committee, and In that capacity helped to make the conven- tion a great success: No. 1 The of the National Unity ind Win the Wir Convention, In ses- sion assembled', ''representing Various at-the out- set tb'eipress their Tceltug ol loyalty lo their gracious Sovereign, King: George iho-Fifth, represented In Can ada, our beloved land, by Hla Excel- lency, the Governor General, the Duke of, Devon B hi re, and their attachment to'the "drl'lsh Crown, and do now af- glorlL-us comradeship In fienthncat, valour nnil sacrifice; and Whereas Canada, by the unanimous decisions of Its Parliament, has par- ticipated actively for two years and nine months In the for the defence of human liberties and free In- stitutions; aud. Whereas In ibat the sacrifice of blood and treasury already made. may bear fruit for our future as a na- '.Ion, It Is necessary lhat our strength, In a military, economic sense, should continue [o le exerted until such lime as vrd shall have achieved a victorious and Whereas It Is necessary to consider questions' which will arise Bfter e war In respect to the social and cconomtc problems, demobilization and he well-being pt returned soldiers and .heir dependents; He 11 therefore resolved: that this Convention, ot' Canadians coming from rarlous Provinces of the Dominion un ted In a common love for firm aa follows: That whereas In a country euch as Canada, In area and diversified la HE component; races, It is Inevitable lhat aome variation of alma acid Ideals should cilat; nevertheless all sections can unlle In a common lore for our country and the principles of democra- tic government which arc the basis of our laws anil national life, and upon common foundation must our national unity bo built; and Whereas tlie Immigration of Inin dreda of thousands of people, of many and" diverse .national and racial ori- gins, emphasizes the necessity of Cos Icrlng and exalting true Canadian pa Irlotlsm In all our people, Lo the eiu that all may lEve hi amity and contrl bu.c loyally lo tho upbuilding an greatness of Canada; and Whereas on llic brittle He I da of Ei rope, the two great races, whlcli con Glltule tho foundation of Ihc Canadian nation, liavo given Lo the example of an enduring alliance and a ANOTHER RAID ON BEL- GIUM. London, June 7. Another aerial raid on Belgium today la reported by the admiralty. Naval airplanes dropped bombs on the airdrome at Nleuwftiunslcr, near the t-osot; between Xcebrugge and Oi- tend. All machines returned. What the Press Agents Say AT THE QRPHEUM Tho serial Liberty Is at ino Orphe- um tonight. "Liberty" Legau so auspiciously the rjucatlon that at once arose iu minds of the know- ing ones such aa the rc-vieivcrB and iho wiseacres In (he Universal otTlco was whether or not the company could fccep It up. But now BB the grand and glorious serial. IB coming Into tho liomcslretch (It Is now going on to- ward the sixteenth "he Inter- est Is mounting with the advent of each new episode. j of tho Great Indian a Limber- lost IJLLYC taken, advantage of lo their full value; this together with a Now York company ol singers nrm players of unusual Cii'tlluJico assurca an cvtiDt of uduaiial importance. Scuis are cow selling at Hodley'd. "Mothers of France" la the most powerful and disllngulshed photoplay of tliu decade. IL ia one of (hose pEc- turoj tbat coints but onto iu a lire- time, bringing uith It llic tremendous message from tho mothers ot Franco, lo ihc- mothers of Canada. Tills supremo attraction, filmed iu France with "divine" Sarah Beretarrtl In tlic leading role, will be tho offcr- hiK ai ihfl next Mctnlar. Tues- day aiui Wednesday. "Mothers of FraiKL'" was coiiLftteil and wiHleu by j Joan Itkhcpia. famous ncaibcr of tho Trench Academy, Riid waa direcled by Louis Mercanlon, Kurono's foremost lirector of dramatic art. Critics are] of Ihe opinion that Madame D era hard i las scored licr greatc-st uluinph in 'Mothers of Kranrc." The Freudi government Is ot ihe pro- duction, and It la being presented In Western Canada by Llberlj Kuper-Kea- turea. Seals go on sale at lledtey's Friday morning. AT THE EMPRESS "The. a strong Metro, Is at (he Empress for the last time to- night. The story Is of the rejuvenation of a young spendthrift. Elurt Ridge way falls In a fast crowd and Part! CROPS IN FRANCE. Junt! crop meets a professional dancer named Lotus dc Valols. .Under Ihe spell of (lie and tbo direction of licr un-' scrupulous chaperon. Hurt bccomea In- volved financially. Ho goes to his father for more money. His father, fearful ilia I his son Is not Improving hla lime, uuta him to a lest. He gives him 00 with (he understanding reports ui> to May 1, published today show a diminution In the wheat acreage of about from last year or IT per cent. Plantings of rye are ol per coot, and of oils 14 por l less, (ban last year, but there Is an Increase of about acres In tlio land planted to barley. The statistician adds that the figures arc not altogether final as the spring grain: EOTylng was nol ended st Iho close of April. .In- IcrruUlcnL rains and warm weather arc bavins a favorable effect upon the harvest prospects. TONIGHT AT LAST TIME B. E. LANG OFFERS THE FAMOUS 5DSTONIHHS IN "Hello Hawaii" A MERRY MUSICAL MIXTURE WITH ____ 1C-Pretty Girls-16 Prices to 25c ALL SEATS AT HEDLEY'i nol, for once extend the band of fel lhet cvery Umc hc another thous- lowehlp to pur American cltizena and to llje Bmmai hc wjll hlm have a right good old lime celcbra lion. Hosselton and Nowak will have their hall completed and on Friday next will open wiih a dance. Pendant Orclllc baseball team l cross bal9 with the upon the only sure foundation of right- eousness, justice, liberty and brother- hood; Anil be it further resolved In order Co into action and to unify all (lie qualities, possessed by the Cana- dian people, which must be combined to vindicate the heroic dead, sustain local E In the artcrnon and a general all round good time Is (lie order. If was Mr. DcJourdau's intention to have the moving picture theatre ready ror" Victoria Day. Hut lahor has been so close. However, It will GOOD be ready for occupancy, ire have a show quite equal to any this side of Calgary. We sure are fortun- ate to have a citizen so confident and so progressive as Mr. DC Jonnlan. We understand tliat it is announced lhat the Alueria Farmers' Co-opcrn- Llve Elevator company local here for Mils crop, nounccd whether, they will It will have a not an- huy or Acd ret, why not build? This looks elevator town all right John.D. IHcinhotliam has consented to entertain us on the 15th insi., with llic living sad maintain the welfare o[ a talk Holy Land." We arc try and 'consdoiii of i great destiny, registers Its profound conviction lhat .ho following principles are essential to the most effective; participation In he war and to future national develop- a) That. .Canadians of French, British or any -other, descent should exhibit to ono another Iri'the inter- ests of National Unity, a High example of mutual respect Tor each other's legi- timate Ideals, and for''the two lan- guages (Loth common to our Parlia- and of mutual" trust In each other's desire to co-operate heartily for Iho welfare of Canada; (b) The Importance of doing everything that lies In our power Lo Insure. vlcl6ry''by co-opera- tion, by co-ordtniUng and.utilizing the full resources of, Caoada, agricultural, industrial and commercial, as well as m Hilary, In a truly patriotic spirit and In whatever manner1 rbiy. best con- tribute to the end-in Tleirf; (o) The moral obligation whlcli rests upon the .two -senior races ol French and Brillali origins ot inculcat- ing In all newcomers the principles underlying a united Canadian citizen- ship, so UiaL such newcomers ma> know what they, .will have to support maintain, and defend to the end thai lLo future fabric of Canada ho bascc heir" country, the members of this Convention, collectively and Indivldu- lly, will advocate and loyally support uch measures as may be adopted by lie Dominion Parliament for the suc- :eS3ful prosccullon of the war. Reiolutfon No. 2 Be it resolved-that, in order that Canada may do Us utmost, towards winning the war, it Is essential th-it ha country be thoroughly organized long non-partizan lines for all branch- es of National Service developed hrough local boards, so as lo ensure: (1) The provision of necessary re- inforcements for the army; i (2) The maximum .production of 'ood, munitions other necessar- es; (3) That the necessary diversion of man power and woman power from their pursuits should be carried out so as to cause the least possible de- rangement of agricultural, industrial and economic efficiency; (4) That all agricultural, Industrial and productive activities ot the nation shall he operated at tho highest pos- sible level, the Government requisition with an additional .AT STARLAND "The Witching a wonderful photo-drama, wltli the celebrated actor 3. Aubrey Smith In the leading role, will bo shown at Slarland for the last times tonight. This is, without douhl, one of Ihc finest and most intensely Interesting pictures shown In tlie clty for many a day. Other splendid fea- tures make the program one of eicep ww M m T> May AliFnn and Hirold Loofcw RMPRESQ in "The Comeback1 TONIGHT A Metro Wcmderplay In A Last Time derplay In 6-Acta. Joker Comedy and the Cartoons. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS LOU IN Ixiii-Tollcgen, the distinguished BLACK WOLl1'" PECIAL COMEDIES FOR THE HILDREN SATURDAY MATINEE Jng and when necessary; public utilities, factories, Industries or 3 (her businesses and requiring them lo be operated by or for the Govern- ment with such a provision for remun- eration aa the Government shall. con- sider Jll3t. v V Resolution No, 3 NATIONAL FOOD CONTROLLER That lilt a Convention urges upon the Government of Canada the prompt appointment of a National rood Con- troller, whose duties shall bo among Indeed llila ojiuortunllj to listen lo EO. Interesting a convcrsa Uonallst. Ami-the topic, tool And i when our troops are marching lo, j[ not already in Jerusalem. '-The the Ques- tion of building'a cliurch and they will take final action on this occasion. Mr. De Jourdan has kindly given his hall for the occasion and supper will be served. We are pleased to bo able, to report th'fil Mrs. Courtney has a.raosL com- nletely recovered from her rather vio- lent attack of sickness. Wilfred Berry, Blue and Wlthinglon'returned Sunday evening from a trip up llie Manyborries in Mr. Wlthlngton'a new boat. It ivas new waters lo them and Ihcy all seemed delighted with llie trip, the scenery, .hi portages, everytii'Hi- MTH. White hai opened her private honpital. J. R. Chrlslock, while motoring to town from below the line, had tha mlsforhme to have his car turtle. A badly smashed collar bone was Ihfc re- iull. The other occupants were uniu Jured. mantle who recently created tuch a success In "The Victory of Con- will be seen Friday and Sat- urday In the Jesse L. La sky produc- tion mack a thrilling Spanish vp1iotodrama from tho Elory by Jean Darrytnore, adapted for the Paramount program by ..Margaret Turnbull. In Ihis production Mr. Tellegen is seen as a flushing.Spanish bandit with a price on his head, who is courageous enough to risk everything the promiEed bride of a duke. The cast supporting Mr-'Tcllegen Is composed of such'distinguished artists ns Nell Shlpnian, James Nelll, Paul Wcigel and others. and U S. LINER MONGOLIA FIGHTS SUBMARINE London, June American I earns hip Mongolia, fired four shots on June 1 at n German submarine which discharged a torpedo al the liner. Neither the Mongolia or thp submarine was damaged. AT THE MAJESTIC The Famous Hostonlans again dc lighleil a large audience last night at the Majestic, when they were seen in "The one ot their characteristically tuneful musical com .cs. They apear again at the Majcs lie tpnlghC for the last time this sca- offering being the de Itghtful mixture of mirth, and music and merriment, "Hello Hawaii." The Boslo'nlans ar'o aa" entertaining and de lightful as ever, and they make u to the Majestic tonight dccldetll: worth while. The United Producing company's production ot Gene Stralton-Porler'i popular and fascinating story "Freck in music drama form, cpmcs t( the' Majestic'tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday, TVllh Saturday. Nell Twomcy, who dramatized Mrs. Porter's charming story lias evolved a powerful and interest-compelling song-play'from a talc whose chief charms lie in. U.R.I en tier simplicity'and unaffected nalura.ness, and, at. the same'llmo hns retained all of the fa- miliar characters and Important Inci- dents of the story. The.nlrncst- unlimited scenic possl-' LAST TIMES.TONIGHT C.AUBREY SMITH And an All-Star Company in "THE HOUR" Your Lart Opportunity to Wonderful Sic Drama DUET: MISS SIMM t H Aiio S'u'E-SylitiiBi Ceraiiy Two Showt Only at 7.00 and UO AdmTuTon 2Sc and 15c The Drink for June, July and Augtut ICED Prepare Poitam in the uiraal w-sy, let cool, terre with cracked ice, nigir if 700 prefer, sugar and t others as follows: (1) To fix and control food fuel prices where desirable; (2) To encourage and protect the producer by guaranteeing mlp' prices Cor food producls; (3) To prescribe -.regulations .to govern the production and distribution of these commodities and, if news sary, to requisition the producing fee-, lories, mines or other To compel holders of lea lo release them In amounts eqcnr- Ing equitable- dlslrlbullon; (5) To require railroads to flvo preference lo tho movement of neces- saries; (C) To forbid the export ot any foodstuffs from Canada except upon license for proposed cxportaUon; license to be granted only In case the said foodiliiffs are not needed, by the Government for Itself or 'for Us allies; and (7) To impose limitations or prohi- bitions upon Ihc uao of grain and other fooOsluffB In Iho manufacture of alcoholic beverages, Resolution No. 4 IMPORTATION OF That this Convention urges upon tnd Parliament of Can aria the passing of legislation lo regulate the Importation' and manufacture "of Injuries. 42.831 Ixin lawa mons S31. year. oners BRITISH ARE IN GERMANY don, Juno Renter's. the house: of cbm- Ibdny (tie (walrnitatcr gcnefil lhal (he number of llrlllsh en of (n is compnrcil with .Usi The .number of Oerraln prls- In Ihe Unlleil Klnjrtom -Vsi compared with list Supina's Grocery Specials Phone 1766 v FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY 20 Ib. Sack of B, C. Sugar and pkg. of 9cm Mor BIsculU, any variety. Both For-cash only, at................'...... J2.25 1 16-oz. tin of Eg'go Bakmg Pow- e'er and 1 30c bottle of Grape -Juice.'Both for.......... Jelly Powden, Nabob Brand, guaranteed equal to Any. Special 3 for............ 25c We have all Glfco. Guaranteed to answer name purpose as lard. Special per 3 Ib. tin BOc Egg Noodles, a delicious break- fast food, Z pkfli.........2Sc Deep Sea Troul, 3 tins for 60c Tapioca, 2 Ibi. 25c Sugar' House .'Molasses, 2 tlna 35c Mlntees, a dellelDUS confection, 6 pkgt. for.............. 26c Patches, ,2 Ibc. 35c Peanut Butter, Reg. 30c, special per 25e Puret Jim, King Beach brand, Raspberry, per tin .......75c Strawberry and Black per tin Flannel Soap, special 6 bars 25c Old Dutch', 3 tins for......25c Royal Crown Soap, 2 pkgs. G5c Crochet Cotton, 3 balls Tor 25c Sllklne, all colors, 2 balls for E DELIVER TO ALL PABTS OF THE CITY AND GUARANTEE ALL GOODS OR YOUR MOfiEY REFUNDED. SUPINA SON ZM THIRTEENTH ST. N. One Door North of No. 2 Fire Hall WHEUM TQNI6HT IfJ '.ft lOe tad 15e "UBERTYNo.14' A Modern Join of Arc, Alio en'tl 'Changs JJrojram Majestic- TOMORROW---FRIDAY AND TWICE SATURDAY THE.Ct, ASSJEST MUSICAL DRAMA OF THE YEAR Includii memben who hive lupport't' the following MARGARET ANGL1N OTIS SKINNER DU8TIN FARNUM FLORENCE ROBERTS MAUDE FEALV WHAT CALGARY .THOUGHT OF TRECKLEr "Good ind fine acting made to the large it the Grand." ?B, 1917. ALL REtBRVW Prlcei: Evening it 2fc MatinM.........Tic Children 25c at .kUMnM IEATS NOW SELLING AX HEDLETS 3 Nights Starting Monday June 11 LIBERTY SUPER FEATURES OFFER THE SUPREME joy ACHIEVEMENT OF THE SCREEN A BIG HEART-THR'OBBINQ DRAMA WITH A STUPCNoouiK f PpWtft.FUL THEME PRODUCED UNDER.THE OF THE FRENCH OOVT, ABSOLUTELY THE GREATEST EXPRESSION OF MOMt tARAH x, BEfiNfiXROT'S-SUPREME ARTISTRY, ONE >'ERF'6riM'ANC'E NIGHTLY AT fiOt Aiid 25c SEATS AT ;