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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -.TUESDAY, JUNE 12, }917 THE LETHimiDCR BAILT 'HERALD .AGE Local Tribunals to Decide Exemption Family Heads MAY POSTPONE ttWAl mm OLlmfa June (he tlnuscs of Iho conscription bill deflnlos Iho vari- ous classes (table to sorylw In which Ihe words "and married" occur both married nion wllh and without children aro liable 10 tnllltarj- servlco In tlielr limi. There U no doubt aa lo the meaning ut the bill In this ro- Bnecl OthtrwIM! laureled men would be cicnipt from icrvlce and this Ins never been" At Intention ol the government. U In left for Ilia various traunnla lo decide or not a married man or a widowor cbll drcn should bo Bent lo tho firing lino ThtK Not Exempt Ottawa. Juue ot ILe overseas forces wao have returned lo Canada from EnjUwJ irllhout seeing service and have resumed civilian lire will not bo eiempl from the provisions it Iho conscription law. It Is deflhlle- y set forlh In tho bill lhai tho el- will Inc-ludo only "mon who live Bince August 4. 1914, served In Le military or naval lateia of Greal IrllalQ or her allies In any theatre ol actual war and have been houorabl) discharged therefrom." Mllltla officer! will be In Ih" Itoslllon aa civilians In regard to con ccrlrillon, although duo consideration will doubtless be given by tho mill tary authorities to Iho fact that they lnvo qunlincattons which might eil llllc Ilium to serve In positions abov a private. As many officers will be required to train DIG new army Ihcro n-lll bo doublless opportunity for pro- perly trained oinccrs of tho militia lo servo ea nou-com? and lu higher ranks. (From Our Own Corrcsr-snicnll Mauyberrles, June fourth meeting of Iho Manylierrlea Agricultural Society was held tonight and the following' permanent officers were elected: President, Frank Head; 1st vice-president. J. J: fJvanEon; 2nd vice-president. Victor Dalil; secrel- sry-treasurer, D. B. ClarH. The meeting was very largely at- tended and was a representative one embracing all; tho outlying districts tributary to tho town. The following board ot directors Vas elected In their respective dis- tricts: J. F. Klynn, Hooper; Ncls Nelson. Glenbanncr; I. M. Jensen. Tend D'Orlello; D. Natlrass, Cal- chcm; Percy Stlmson, Hanchvlllo; Vern McLean, Olassford; John Donnc- iriinrTliompse.n; Jnmes Carter, Oak- Imrst; James Hassard. Eagle Ilntte; J. C. Flynn, Orion; Art Barton. Sage Creek; Ed. O'Connor, WlsOom. The ueil meeting will bo held In Bailey and Marshall store at 7 p.m., Wednesday. June 21lh. FOSIER TELLS OF IHE IMPORTANT Gives Correspondence 'For Ap point men t of Magrath and of Grain Commission Washington, June for tho arrest of every man between tho ages oi 21 and 30. Inclusive, who af- ter '9 o'clock Innighl cannot show a certificate of registration for war scr vice, was Issued today by tho provosl marshal-general. Ottawa, June In tho absence o Sir Robert Dordon, when the houst rael this afternoon, Sir Oeorge Postc announced lo the house that Hon. E L Pato'jaude, secretary of. slate, hai Signed and lhal the corrwiwndeuc etwcen tho premier nnd Mr. Patei ude would be tabled as soon as tli onsenl ol Iho governor-general ha icen secured. Sir Georgo then Isblcd a.nnmhcr o rdcrs-ln-council Induing the order ppoInllnK C. A. controllc t fuel for the-Dominion and the o cr naming the board of'eralu supc Isors for Camna. In regard to Ihe said that he hoard should be constituted for the nurposo of guarding' the interests of he producers of grain ami the con- sume'ra ot was propose to What the Press Agents Say BIG DEFICITS ON GOT. ROMS Hit mm YEAR The National Shows Deficit of Two Mil- lion in Operation Various Factions of Presbyter- Inn Church May Unite on Some Such 1'roposul Montreal, June effort to fuse the factious In Ihe I'resbylcriau churcl on the subject ot organic union will Methodist and ConRrcsatlona churches was made at this morning's meeting of the Presbyterian assembly In Brsklne churcll. The assembly had bcforo It a motion aud two amend- ments regardlne union lu which wero represented the opinions of various conflicting elements In the church. Tho original motion sought lo have action put oft llll Iho end of the war when the union could Lc ratified with the consent of the assembly. This was tho recommendation of the union committee and was by Sir Robert Falconer, Toronto, and Hev. Dr. Harrldge ot Ottawa. The first am- endment, fathered by Itcv. Dr. Clay Vlctorla, -and Judge Karrcll. Moosomln Sask., asked for a referendum to Ihe whole church before Iho union was In- troduced srd also the disbanding ot Ihe union commlltcc and anti-union AT THE EMPHESS Clever U just (he word lo describe Great Price." directed by Kdwiii Carcwo wllh tho winsome Mabel Tallaforro as his star at the toulgbl. First of all this is a cleverly constructed story and after lhai It i an Inv IAUDIENCI, MOVED TO TEARS BY ft ME. BERNHARDT'S ART France" Produce! Un- wonted Effect on the Theatre Guers. Since (he Majestic thcatro entered Iho motion iik-luro field the class of films shown lliure has steadily Increased lu interest. The climax of c.u-ellento reached last night when "Mothers of France" was screened before a largo audience. U .was also llio mosl enthusiastically t auilleuce perhaps which I ucted story and alter I ,ai_ n i .Igorallng romance, ;n i, missed ;C-d. clean, ,j dellghlfuily acle'd. For a. full rec-l. suspense Is heightened to an unusual degrees; sympathies arc [ilaycd as the noblv unseliiei no pciini, and lulled to audibly Its approval and sympathy. u It was noi the subject of the plc- ,_ tiuc alone which made the difference. iThe pit-lure was dlffercui. It l.i irue. for it deals vlih AreYou Acquainted, with this Salt? Sarah Bemhardt Is equally wonderful In her plij-Elcal vie.or and combative AT THE ORPllEL'M Wonderful as she Is In her arl, dominates llie lives of the women -ol France, a spirit which has Us coun- terpart lu the lives of those around Not Finical "Young Charlie Splfklns seems lo be pretty well EalNlled with himself-" "The- whole picture Is surcharged "Oh, well. Charlie waa never very us hero. e- vioe pcu with a depth ol feeling that stirred i aclei-t In his tastes. powers. "Onlv'a rcVweeks "alter her the emotions 0( the house 10 the point French surgeon (coming Ollava, June 12 Canadian rail way budget was mado public today It shows that the past year's opera lions of government railways resulted in a deficit ol On the Inter colonial railway there waa spent a little over and earned about JIG.DM.000 resulting In a surplus of most or which will be ab- sorbed by equipment renewal. Earn- injs oa tho national Irsiia-conttllenlsl amounted lo as compared with for Ihe preceding year. Operating expenses were as compared with for the previous year. The deficit on the road amounted to something over Deficits on the government roads are accounted for by the increasing cost of. operation and equipment ant by the fad that the government has propandists associations. The second amendment, for which Rev. Dr. Dlckle. ol Montreal, and Prof. Jordan. Kings- ton, were responsible, demanded that nothing should be dono till 1922. On motion of Hav- Dr. Frascr Owen Sound the 'assembly unanimously Instructed the and secrndera of tho mo- tlpiia and amendments to meet aft a committee and attempt to ir. a away mlixus one of her lower limbs) Ilernhardl camera-actcO "Jeanne Uore." the play wns presonllne at .her own theatre in Paris when thp operation hccame [miicralivc. Fearful that she might never be able to return to the- stage llernliardl tlc- crmlned thai the record of her last lay.Ebould be made Imperishable in loving plclures. She arranged wild Dluoblrd Photoplays. Inc.. to distrib- ute the films of "Jeanne Uorc" and hrough the enterpnse o[ the Orph- um thealro these films will tie hown lor a limited period greatly to he edification of local theater-goers. Berntardi, mistress of Iho panto- mimic arl. is seen at her best when he camera magnifies anil Intensifies icr emotions In the gripping scenes of "Jeanne Dore." to eay that lliero IVZE not an Indl- I vlduai In the theatre so callous as not to he affected almost to tears by tie pathetic scenes wltnesed last nleht. The picture Is being repeated to- light. joint resolution, the bclnB thai If hese parties can agree upon a policy t will be acceptable lo the whole church. t nour. IL waa "i _ nnd conlroi m reaaonablo cnrrlcd military sapplks frco or at Smoke Stack and Chimney Work As done-by us is a soucce of permanent satisfaction Lo our customers, When we erect tlm work II will lie absolutely firm and securely nLUtchcd Lo' the building. The cost will not be much considering tho fact lhai wo uae.onlj the Blrongest and best materials nnd employ only skilled THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lelhbrldge, Alia. nn manner the price at which flour and wheat are sold anil to regulate trans- portation of commodities. -The hoard would see inat the lolal ay a I a bio sur- plus wns exported to 'Great nrl an and her .Illra. The board will set n co-operntlon wIUi a slmlar board to U6 consllluted In Ihe RECLAIMING PAPER A nrocess, linown as the Jasper- son inking .process, -to- Vblch tho urliitlne ink fa-. removed, has been develop- for -'Ihe rKlJmallon of PrlnledP papers., This, will ot old newspapers, '.Tnagaznes, etc., De- Ing utilized for the making ol news- print. Previously; this material could bo used only for.'lhe malilnB.ot the rougher Brades, of paper, where Ihe Ink content was not a 'drawback. The application of this process sliould bo a further saving ot wasle paper. Uso all' Ihe cereal foods -possible. Their protein Is-lquUe. as valuable ns animal food protein, and cheaper. ITALIANS OCCUPY JANINA; GREEK CABINET; PROTESTS London, June occupation by Italian troops ot.Ove' city ot Jan- Inn, In north western ''Greece, Is re- ported In a Reuler despatch from Athens. Oh receipt of this informa- tion at Alhens'.lhV cabinet1 assembled 'lo formulate a "protest. During the year, soi- AT STARLAND "An Allen" Is an amplified I'erMuii of the remarkably successful playlei, "The Sign of the nose." ivhlch for five years served Mr. George Beban us a starring vehicle both In this country nnd abroad. In order to fittingly celebrate an eipecled Inheritance from his late fa- ther. Phil Grlswold, a worthless young diers were carried on the system lure on the Hudson's Day railway and terminals now amounts to (From Our Own ComMondinn Travsrs, June Keating has iakcri over the International Harves- ter's Interest here, formerly in charge of Mr. Desl. Mr. Kcallng needs no Introduction to the community as he Is one of Ihe Hornesleailer uoys and has also had experience In selling ma- wide-awake sales chlnery nnd Is man. Geo. WMltlns has a sister trom (Special lo the ITeraiaj Fernle, June Wm. Sloan, minister oi mines in tho Victoria gov- ernment, arrived here this evening from Victoria. Tho minister and Chief Inspector, Geo. Wilkinson, will make a personal inspection of conditions fM near Okoloks vlslllng him for a tow Miss Grecnman Is visiting In town tew days her sister, Mrs. G. McCann- Travers met Enchant on Sunday wltb. a ball game on Enchant dia- mond; score In favor of Tra- vers Ball" games aro Ihe only amusement nowadays, especially tor the halt holldny. on Thursdays Ihat has been adopted along the line. Miss Lyecmg has severed posi- tion- nt tho telephone station. Jlr. Ulrfch was fortunate to securo T. Ben- nelt.of Champion as hello girl, and also keep books and attend to the of- fice work. Mr. Wright of Ihe general store has arrived from a three weeks' trip In roue, persuades his Irlend Ilobblns lo steal from his employer, a fashionable the funds necessary to mate the revelry even greater. To his chagrin Phil learns Ihe neit day that he has been cut off with one dollar, snd thus the iwn young men are placed In a position from which they realize It will he difficult to Iricale themselves. On a visit lo the home of his broth cr, William Grlswold, Phil notices Ms (niece's fear of an Italian ditch-digger who has come bringing a Christmas .ree. lie determines to kidnap Dor othy, and manages to direct susclcion toward Plelro (Mr. Hcban) V.'hal promises to he a very vrorthy! {addition to Iho publications of the province has recently made Its ap- pearance on the Herald Exchango table. This Is an eight-page sheet hearing the name "The Market Eianj- nd Everett Marshall, of Calgary. 11 laSms to he the only market paper vest of Winnipeg, and alms to give all he market news of Ihe West. Live-! lock, grain, bay, produce, provisions, wool, etc., are lo he dealt with 'weekly n Us pages, and articles of coramcr- development are lo he Included. The issue of this week" contain? an In- crcstlng little talk trom-H. W. Wood.. president of the U.F.A., on the ques- ion o[ intelligent voting. It is brlght- y edited, and bids fair to have a good success. u ijuiauuui i Rrrivecl Irom a lliree wtuna n iv in the mines here. Chief Wilkinson TaB 1 Vancouver, and walked up "Main street here some lime ago In company with ajr when alighting from Thomas Graham, predecessor. In tht inspcclor'a office, and they.were Joined hy, Mr. George S. Itlce, of the American 'Bureau of Mines, when aa elimination was made soon after the explosion of April 5th, In which thirty jilt a clt'y air when alighting from thejC.P.P.. Mrs. E. Clark was lakcn sick with an attack ot appendicitis on Tuesday morning and has been under tho doc- tor's care since. She intends having an.ouerallon when stronger. four men lost Ihclr lives. Inr.r.ector Buchan's iicw house IB looming MURDERED A. THEN BURNED HOUSE Fleming, June- H. Queen, his wife and Ihelr 20-year-old daughter were1 'slain' at; their homo near hero last night.' The murderer then set fire lo the house burning It to the ground. i PARIS HOTEli COR. THIRD ST. SECOND AVE. S. FORMERLY tinder New Management and 'Throughout. A Trial Will 'i MEALS A LA CARTE A, J. AGRIOS SPECIAL PROP. Wilkinson and Robert Dunn, Jr., prl- vale secretary to lion. Wm. Sloan, are already hero and Ihey espect to he in town for several days. Nothing new In the slrlke alluallon has developed here, all Interest being centred al Calgary where R. P. Green Is conferring with the operators' and miners alternately. Rev. Mr. Shaw, the newly stationed minister for the Metlioulst- 'church here preached his first sermon lo-a Femle aurtlenco yesterday and was well'received by a good sized congre- satlon. The cadets were assembled on the school grounds lasl Friday evening and were drilled hy Lieut. Charles O'Brien. This was Iho firsl drill Iho school boys havo gone through and they all shott- ed greal Interest In their work. There were 61 ot them lined up and they made a good appearance, ilf such a cilamltT as the war having (o until these boys arc old tho fray, they will make fine aoldlen. Tho weather has been of the weep- ing sort for several flays and the.tem- perature Is decidedly cooler, checWng the tendency of the rlrer to gel 'onl of Its banks. np and Is" ready for the plasterers. The Ladies' Aid met Wcdncsdaj with Mrs. Hooker. A big [attendance was out, iurludlhg one carload from Lomond Aid, which was very much welcome. Mr. Mitchell and Mr Spracklln demonstrated the nlnminlum ware "which was enjoyed by all cspc cially the pancakes and. coffee. Mr. Bray's hardware store Is Inking I ?iCTOR GEORGE BE BAN Star of "Hli Swcelhe. Other Great Production! In 8 iAUENw--8 DUET-MISS SIMM AND MR. FLEWIHO, EACH EVENING AT -MallneeJ it 2.00 and Evenlnji at 7.00 and 'M 10 tend, Evening 2J Mnti and BCUEBIRO PHOTOPLAYS -The DlillNE SkRIIH BtRNHHRDT in "Jeanne Dore" .106-110 DRAMA- IN WHICH SHE MADE ;