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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta T11UUSDAY, JUNK 28. 1917 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE nucptinrnonnir mi UUI I UUU iMiwt Conscript Wealth he day's play. Tue entrance will r Enlranls Should Hand in their Scores by Entrance Golfers who arc to enter the [ted Cross Carnival handicap arc urged to hand Ihclr scores la Secretary Daw- ton by order to giro the be 50 cenli. It Is expected that there will be a big entry for the day's play whlcli will start about ten o'clock. Medal play will bo Ilie, order of the day. Tho trophy lor the day's play will be a siilcuuld cup presented by K. A. Kwerl. TMs will be played ror from timo to lime during the season, being the urouerlv of Ilie winner until de- feated. Supl. Pcuneralhcr has kindly plac- ed Hie II.NAV..M.I'. boat liouso at the disposal of the ladles of tlio lied Cross In order to dispense refreshments to the golfcra tnklnf part In Ibo handl- cajj. l Before Taking the Men What the Press Agents Say Ollawa, Juno ILu house met. a large number or petitions against conscription were represented by Krem-li-Canadlau members and al- so by Hon. Charles Murphy, member tor HU53CII County, Ontario. Sir Hubert Uorden moved Tor morn- lug sittings of ILe house commenting objected that on Tuesday neit. Sir WIlIrM Laurier of Funeral Goods Will Not Be Increased in i In an endeavor to protect you from the big advances in the of funarat goods we have purchased an enormous stock of high grade goods prior to another advance in prices, effective June 20th, witlc-h places us In a position to furnish you with modern goods at exceptionally low price'. Your patronage solicited. Give us a call and we will save you money and at The same lime give you a. service you will appreciate. MacKay MacKay PHONE 1802 UNDERTAKERS THIRD AVE. EIGHTH ST. S. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO jnoralug millings ahoulO not bo start- ed until after the debate on Iho eec- oud roadJiis ot the conscription has been conc-ludfd. Sir notrrl asked If tho leader of Ihe opposition could give bliu BOnje Idea as to when It. would be nosi-lllo to take a division. Sir Wilfrid replied that he thought It would be possible for him lo give- the government an answer tomorrow. Tho motion was allowed to stand over. Hon. T. W. Crothers read a telegram Ironi VV. IL Armstrong, director of coal mines In JJislrlct IS, alatlng tlial lie eipct-ted Iho miners will return to work on Tuesday next. Mr. Armstrong slated that no would remain hi the west until tho mines arc opened and then proceed to the capital. ]Hr. Oliver wanted to know lfv the control of coal mines in the Edmonton district would Lc assumed by Mr.-Arm- strong. Mr. Crotric-rs said that they were not In District IS. llo hoped that the northern miners would follow the ex ample of District 18 and return to work. Sir Snm Hughes, as a question ot privilege, denied the statement made by A. K. MacLean lu bis speech on the conscription bill that be liad for lilddcn young men who desired to en- list to do so. Sir Sam denied lhal he had ever tak en such action. He also denied Mac Lean's slatciuonl that ho (Sir Sam) Lad asked lilui lo repeat tlltle-lattlo about Iho minister of finance. Continuing Ihc debate on conscrlp- llon, IT. Neaiiy said il was a question which every man lo settle for him- self. K tills Is not Canada's war ho said, parliament should not liavc lak- eu II did lit If we wcro right then, TMJ can only be right now by putting forth every effort in man-power and national resources to bring It to a euc-ccssful conclusion. We are still face to fare form- foe, and he failed to understand he altitude of the man who says that Canada has done enough. Dr. Xeally In statins that tbe house ivould vole against referendum and In favor of the bill It would til- vcsi Itself of Its proper responsibility f il referred lo the people Hie lion whether or no: these Individuals should do their duty to the stale wl in danger- He was willing to ad mil thai tbo people of Canada hai largely come 'lo Ihe conclusion lha the voluntary system would be adher ed to. We had made our mistakes and the United Stales, having had tb benefit of tlica? mistakes, liad gone into the war on a business basis. Dr N'ca.ly said that the bill of this kin must have national Fontimem bebin It. In Canada we liad failed to mo hillze national suiiimcnl, und Iho got cniment had probrvbly missed the oil nor (unity .ot tbo century. Hcfore th government of Great Hrllain undcrloo' to conscript Ihe man-power of tha country. It conscripted the wealth o the 'country.. "1 EEC serious trouhl ahead of us." he said, "unless we Ink steps.to mobilize Ihe national rcsourc es and secure national unity will.oi wlilch fear Uie success of this mca sure." AT THE EMPRESS The Painted Lie" at the Kmpress ain loulghl marks Hie return to the crecn ot Craue Wilbur, celehraled iiiatineo idol, after an ol .any mouths. It Is the first ol a number of ures under ilie lllle of "The Morals of Mr. Wilbur Is vrltlDg and euactlug For films, each earing on some human weakness. JH "Tbc 1'alnted Lie" the malignant ower of jealousy and the peril of clr- slaQtlal evidence Is the ILeme. 'tirougb. the Jealousy of ono man Iho applaess of two Innocent pcopU 13 wrecked, tho of a pure oman is blasted, and a msn is mur- dered. Through circumstantial evid cnco an innocent Diaii Is accused ol he "murder and almost convicted oJ ilie crime. DRAYING -N 1345 or Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy'! 410 13th St DRAYING Of All Kinds Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight PHONES Stabler 1M4 Anchor-Donaldson line Comfort and Economy. Large Modern Excellent accommodation. Special attention given women anil children. Prepaid tickets Issued at' lowest rates. Full information'from any or S.S. Agent or H. E. LI OMAN, Gen. Agent. 449 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. Phone M 5312 'f 470 Granville St., Vancouver, Phone Sty. 31J3 SEATS IN Hemni's Auto Livery. 24 Hour ServlM V Cipablc Driven Phone 1312 Dal la. Hotel; Tk Hudson Anto Livery A blc Six Crllader cmr. One or tin beat ind mint .comfortabla cftn In' tb.e.cIL7. to ride In-- COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED Phm Phone, ery -Meet ui >t P BQULTOrS'3 "AUTO LIVERY Lethbridge, AlberU 'We know the country thtr' oughly. 'We have had the experience. paid for. 'TRY us. l For Sale I CARY SAFE, iniide dlmeniloni 19x27x16. 3 FT. STANDING-DESK. SINGLE DRAY. All In firtt.clan condition. Phone 1384 P. 0. BoV 5M '163-0 negina, June returns In Hie Saskatchewan general election only serve to further emphasize Hie overwnehnlng character of the Liberal victory. The size or the mRjoriliCB rolle-' in) for candidates In many con- stituencies Is Ihe surprise ol both liar- lies, lu over a dozen rlrllngs the Lib- eral majorities run Iclo four figures, while Iliero are perhaps a score more ranging anywhere between 500 and 000. At midnight tlcc standing the rar: lies is: Liberals, 50; Conservatives, 7. The seven Conservative seats are Jloosc Jaw city. Saskatooncily. Mooso- ir.in nosetpivn. Sonris, South Qn'An pello aud TLunder Creek. The l.lter- ais conceded lha last named rilling JO day ivbere Gallaueher, Conservative Iiail a' lead ot about 200. The Liberal VENZEUK SELECIS AT STARLAND An exceptionally [ine program la cing given at Starland Tor the last time tonight, wlien Clara Kiraball Young will be seen la "Tho Price She David Graham Phillips1 widely read novel. Miss Vouug ex- cells, lu (his production, any of her previous achievements on tlio screen. She carries her audience with her through Ilie attending ihc young lady who lias been brought up In luxury, marries for money, prompU cd by a mercenary mother and slop- father, is Ibrccd to leave her husband (who by the way has a Trite living) and seek her own living.' There is not a dull moment in the whole seven reels, and the picture Is replete that thoroughness and attention to detail, which mark'all, Selznlck pro- ductions. A good comedy and songs rendered by Miss Slinrn and'.Mr. 'lemlng, make "the'-program one oT Uc most enjoyable given ID the city for some time. AtUcns] June new Greek ininlElrv, headed by Kleulherios Ven- izelos, look the oalh at tbe palace lo- and was acclaimed by an enthus- iastic crowd ou reluming lo Hie EOV- ernmcnl building, when .M. Vcnlzolos delivered a speech from a balcony, warriily UiaukiOE Ilie people For their plaudits. SlroriE mllilary precautions had been-lakeir lo prcveiit disorders but iliey proved unneces- sary, as .the .malconlecls showing themselves wore in a small minority. Tho few ministry Is made up as follows: Premier and minister of war Mlr.lsler ot Tlcpoulies. Minister of Tslrimokos. Minister ot forclpl Pol- defeat here was occasioned by the cii- HJB. t trv of Mrs S. V. Halght, N'on-Partiran Mlntsler "of P. League" candidate, into lueJield ai the laal moment- The biggest surprise of the election Is the defeat of D. J. TVy.le, Conserva- live In Maple Creek, vrlicrc, accord- Ing to latest relurhs, John Colqunoun. Liberal, lias a majority ot -IBT.'i irlti eight polls to hear from.: j iMost of the Indcpenilenl Partisan League candidates losfthctr deposits and iiot one ot them secured election. Liberals Arm A. Scott. KING ED WARD TRANSFER! and AUTO-LIVERY; Office Phone 652 Residence phone 1344 CoundouTiotiS- Mlnlster of Mlchsaln- :opoudds. Minister of M. Kegro- pontes. Minister of M. Papahastaslon.-- illolstcr of DiDgas. Minister q[ food M, Em- blrlios- ;illnlsler of relief SJmos. T.' IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE -of HIGH-CLASS FURNltllRE WADDINGTOX'S AUCTION. ROOiwtg S. 0. E. ST. S. i" FRIDAY NEXT, JUNE 29th C A.M. AND.TWO P.M.. FRANK WAppINGTON favored with Initructlont to tell by 4 4.4.4 44 TJWERMEH FINED (special .If.the Ilernld) Taber, June 2S'.Ll-The ncllTlties ot the provincial police havo resulted in the past few day.a. or se_veral .convic- tions under' act. W. Pellry.was aud cosls for Il- legal possession of liquor, and Wm. Henry was fined and cosls for Ille- gally, glyinc liquor.16 Pelky.E.-Terry was fliicd for driving a motor car ivhilo nailer the Influence ol liquor. SICK WIFE'S STORY SUB- PftlSES LETHBHIDQE THIS IS A SNAP acres, 16 south west of Cardstbn, well watered by Bound- ary Creek and numerous springs, 65 ol timothy. 25 acres of oats, 150 to 200 Ions of hay could- be put up this year- 12 head- of good work, horses including some 2 hogs. 150 chickens, together with all ma- chinery including buggies, wagons, Sleighs ana' 3ii working tools on the place! ajL furniture of a nice'4-roomcd log house! The build- ings" on this, place are exceptionally good Including largo barns, corrals, cattle sheds and chicken house. This place U one mile from post office and telephone, one and a half miles from ichqbl and 4 miles from coal mine with coal at per ton. This Is-a fine- proposition and can be bought for per acre each or per acre on terms, with cash payment. For further particulars apply C.KABY Fifth Avenue South SPORT SHOES WITH iSPORT CLOTHES That's the vogue, this year to have one's shoes in harmony with the sport suit, or outing skirt and sweater. SUMMER SHOES are the most complete line of summer footwear ever made. The Fleet Foot trademark goes on shoes for every summer worlc and men, women and children. your dealer to thaw you the Fleet Foot Ene-r- youll find exactly what you the are a half, a third and even leu, than equally attractive leather boott would cott. ATTHEORPHEUM In "idle Wives1' for July a, G arid the Orjihcum has secured one of the bosl pictures of ihc day. Tl'ic synop- sis of the iilay is as f'l'.lows: Three sets of characters arc about lo commit acts of folly. They al! attend a moving picture theatre anil. called "hire's Mirror" see the results ot their proposed courses of action. Tho Ihrce sets of characters arc a young girl and her lover on the verge of an unlawful union, a married couiile, rich but drifting apart, and the family of n workingman tlrcJ of (he life ol misery In a cheap tene- ment, The young girl and her lover fol- lowing the picture on the screen Ihe folly of carrying out their prev- ious iilutis, uud ins to ad of the girl be- ing required Lo lire in shame, a happy marriage is the oulcomc'of the lesson taught them (luring their in the theatre. UABOR UNION IN FAVOR OF CONSCRIPTION Winnipeg, June At a special meeting called- to dls- v cuss Ihe Military Service uow Lcfnfe parliament, the Dricfclayers and Masons' Union' Ihc slrougesl .labor bojy in Western Canada, rejected by a large maJorUy an anti-con- kcrlplion 'resolution submit- ted to Ihc mccllDg-by one of 4 Its members. ..The iollowlnc haa surprised Lelh bridge: A business nun's vlfe suffer- ed 'from dyspeuali .and constipation i for Although she dieted she wire ao bloated her .'clothes iiot tH; burtlhorn hart, Elj'cerine.-'.clc.; as mixed In Adlcr i-ka I relieved hor INSTANTLY. Because Adler-l-ka empllca BOTH larje and small Intestine It relieve! ANY CASK constipation, soar stbiuRCniijr gas End appendlclifi. If has QUICK- EST action of anything Te ever sold p. ft Co., Ltd., Drug- Blals; PACIFIC r--' AT. FARE AND ONE THIRD COINO V I I I NEXT WEEK; TWICE DAILY; 2.30 7.30 COMMENCING .THURSDAY THE.PHOTOPLAY THAT. MADE NEW YORK GASP IDLE WIVES A cf Lift From Every Angle. From the Novel, "Idle fay Oppenhelm Produced by Loll Weber, author of "The Gasoline A Boon to Eliniinaiejs carbon, .gives more power, in- creases mileage, extends life of jrour engine. Guiirantcec] to give '.25% more mileage; 32 oa. equal to 40 gallons of gasoline. Analysis by Pecks Ohio, guarantees ab-: solnlcly no harmful resnlts to yonr motor. Saves engine trouble and repair. bills. CALL OR WRITE. :OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Schultz Ritchie CITY VULCAN.IZING SHOP 117 THIRD AVE. t. FRIDAY AND SATJHDAY 'A Prison Spccfil Comtdlet SMurday Mrtlnee LAST-TIMES .TONIGHT j CLAKA KIMBALt 1 IN THE PRICE SHE PAIll; A magnificent plcturdatlorvof Bavtf .Graham. Novel Sonea by MTu Slmm'and Mr. PerforinarKei a{ 7.00.anrf 4.00 pCni... tiirti and IS'cmti..1 CraneWiltiurin'The Painted Ik' WHAT YOU SEE IN "THt rAlMTtD Lit" Kit tint bombardmtnt an korrftr tirt tmtntitm hi 4' GREAT. ;