Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MAKCII 12, 1917 THK LETllBRIOOK PAGE FIVE AIJVANCU DIIIUIVG VAST shaded parts Indicate the extent of ihu naln, Best From Thousands This .is whiit- everybody tries to do the best oi' spring shoes. vBy are guided? We are In a position to meek, if you, require the finest quality hand turned ?r vyelted cut black kid boots, carry these. In all'widths. COLORED SHOES- What .tbout colored shoes far spring? were they so popular, never was there such a wide variety. shown, never were Ihe styles so beautiful and never in (he history of the shoe business was the demand so great for these dressy shoes. LOOK SMART AND DRESSY. The eyes of the public de-, hi and that you should wear Colored Shoes. We are ready to meet IhiB demand.-.You will find In our store all the latest the best and rnost popular colors, all the colors 'suitable lo match or ''harmwilze -with the -new spring and- summer dress materials now being shown by your dry goods merchants., Choose your summer 'costume, th'en let UE put last s1 touches. 'Your shoes, they are Ihe most conspicuous" part of your, dress -and are absolutely essential to your best appearance, f WHAT COLOH WOULD SUIT YOU BEST? Lisht blue, dark blue, -light Russian green, African brown, mahogany tan or 1 Would you dcalre'a combination ofxcolors? African brown and brown and champagne, black and grey, black _and light grey, bhck and champa5ns, black and blue'and firty.-blue and white and elc. What is' it you want? You are privileged to inspect at your'conVcniEce any or all of these colors or combinations of cotorsr we carry them in all sizes and on A, B, and E'widthsj thus_ Insuring a glove like Choose "YOUR our'lhousands. Arc Up Con! Supply HejecL it- Gut-Rate American OLDSTArJD .r7''. H6 S." 7 If Is any iiullcallon or Iticti the mlnert: of I.etlilirMgc ro girding llicuisclves for a lontf, Imrrl ilg-In. for It Is an good authurlty lint Ihc nien of the Clalt mines are huvliiKt large of coal to HOG them tUrougli llie suin- niei'. Fifty tons of coal :iru bclnr; dc- llvcrctl rfaMy lo (bo iho usual delivery at Hits srafioti of the ,'ear would not exceed 25 tons per ivJiu ..accuse -Ufl-flf-.Jiot helns Joyal cnoucli to ilib.llrltl-sli Kinplrc. It 1ms bccji clearly deiuoiiatraLcrl tint r.cuiiEatloii docs not but even we- were forced lo ml in It that such nil yccuealjon woa well rounded, l.i It Liberals ot tlib ProvJiico of Quebec whti EliouM llio tor It? Tlioso ol us .who know Iho recent history of our province can find an it Is only u years ago'lhat curhitu men In thl.i Voi'Jucb loudly iiruclalmoil UieJrhato. IIM! conlcnuit.oC LI ml lopular lioc. 'i'ltGs'u- all know tlicm Mosa'tH, Jlloiidhi, Scvlfiiiy and I'ntch- o, who arc now Ministers -at 01- Aro not llioscj tho 'men ct linlti ally resiJonslbJo for tiny falsa, still jtlou, it It exists, between us and our Mv. tilailu alno condr-mnetl Sir" ert tlordcn for liavlng taken HLG man Into J CaWnot in Bit al ihr- Council tahle ot the Dominion, with- out al least having called upon tliGiu Lo repudiate thcti' former declara- cpnrtj Iroin CQlgaiy urn rtn effttt very lilUc headway Js In Ijy llio joint aRrctinent commit- Ice of liic tniimre ami (he operators, nnd it as if (tie men are nrcily well satisfied jit their own minda tlial a slrJVe will rusull, comoicnclng April let. Reject Penally Clause Calgary, March Car tcr, ol the .United Mine Workers, dares that the miners are not re for thii deadlock lietwccn tho oiicratorB and the miners. Tin principle ot an effective penally clause has not hecn agreed on, but the min- ers were liol lo hJame for the dead- lock. The Claurit Thu penalty Vhlcli (he oper- ators want. Is BUiJulalinjj llial a penalty, fund Ije created by bolh tics hy a monthly payment of each member which, shall he used to- in- demnify the other in the event ol one party breaking llie agreement. The miners take the eland Hint should they agree to'this it would penalize those who are not responsible for the break- ing- of llio agreement. instance, a few men hi any one camp should dccidu io violate (he agreement, those who were loynl to the contract made would huni-lo forfeit (heir share of tho money paid. This would he an Injustice lo these The United Mine Workers ol Ameri- i ca will not submit lo such a drasiic; i cliaufje in (lie uialji-r of .agrrcmcnt j which the operators propose. don, llarcli Maude In these con Ij speaking on" the victory (i Me-sopotanila, completed JHB vio lory hy tlio pursnlfl-of 110 niiles in- days during'which the Tigris was crossed three 'times. Tin's pursuit lias been eomlueieO r. country destitute ot supplies, despite the communci mcnt of (ho Bummer heat, Sued op orations could be carried ijut In sue] country only -after Ihc most carufu arrnugemenlB ibadc for tbc supply o Iroops tLoroughly and systeraaticall> had Iiccn effected. "The fact that .Gcu. Maude not onl; ]at! hcun ahle lo feed Ihc army, prc tie it with munitions and assiiiro pn r attention' for Iho sitk and wounf hut lias been able lo report Mm i Is satisfied he can provide for lh icwsillcs of hfs army, in fJagilarl, re ccla'lhc greatest credit on all coi Oscar Gladu, ex-Mi P., MaUcs Address io His farm Stock and On Tuesday; March AT TEN O'CUOCK OlOMMERGEvLIVURY r.ARN. ThlB as Proprieiop Has Sold( His team 7 ycura 2400 Ibs., C and17 years old; 1 team aim years ohi; 1 team marcs, Z-lOD-l'bs., 5 and G ycafs olrt, wjlli foal; broivd fe'cltliiirT, J'-iO" llJS., old; 1 lenm'ninTeg, 1300 lbs.> T. I'tinrt S years old; I liayeclillng, 120D His., 3 years 1 sorrel mare, 1200 ILs., 3 years old; 2 marcs rising old; l.geldhtfj rialnff 2 years 1100 Ibs., 6 years old, 1 "bay gelding, 1100 Ibs., S years, old, single driver. _. Holstetn cov.'s, 1 and 5 ttj fresh fifsl part of April-, 1 grade'Jersey years old, Ircsh .aljout three anrt heifer calf by side. -V 2 Lrood son-s, due lo farrow about first week in 50 ctilckeris; ahoiil 5 turkeys; 1 ducks; 2 sets of heavy doublp team harness, all In good shape; 2 sets ot double light of., single Imrncss; a number or-oxlr.i collars, lines pnd briillcs; 1 brown .bear lop goal .lop rolic; 2 clolli Itncd Inii.robes; 4 pairs heavy liorsc, blankcla; 1 wagon, Iriyle grain-.bos; 1 double grain boif 2 heavy timber wagons; 1 light dray; 2 w ate v.., tanks; _1 lank purnp.v 1 l-liay 1 .bundle rnch.i- j-atiiRlo 1 moving" niacliinc; 2 demo- crat wngoiis; 1 tloiiblc sejitc'il surroy; 1 new buEKS's shafts; r I 1 pony saddle; 1 MaKripL cfcSni separ- -r.a'fo'rr 1 2 slock saddles and n number o[ "blh'cr nrllcles too numerous lo mention; v ALSO ONE FIVE ROOM0ncc .1 .was opposeil-._lo sdiin'lTi Ciiadu, peoiili In (his couniry arc French I am to" sxiii no more.-. Britain hucausc it gives me not know or any other'j-ounlry world ivhcre you can.live more frcelj 'than in Canada. K Ifb, duiir lo Ihe ir .rtryjOfJpntain's gai [ors Ih'uL wo havt Iivo h "peace, undisturbed, able I develop sVrapidly. Wllcrc, la th'orc people enjoying morc.'jfrcctlnm: Ilia in-' Itcol Province can. the iicoiile speak more freel Iho" lanRnage'or tliclr anccslora, ani worship''God. more .in Ihe iva; of Ihcir fathers? Old Quarrels ofilhVpasl: "Xo inntlcr what Ih'e-'pld quarrel were, they belong to Ihc..past. we arc living in aiid th fulurc-as Caiiadinns. Wherever tli .THE LEIHBRIDGE NURSING MISSION al J' ST. PATRICK'S TEA -s WILL BE HELD AT THE MISSION ON SATURDAY, MARCH 17 SILVER COLLECTION AM Funds in Alrf of the Work'.of Ihe-Mission. mission-, Loth arc o the clviKzed world, they'dcfenders' o oulragcd rigM, and Justice, and 'Ibr-s Lw.p.great from pur'an :nre'standing sirte. h side facing the enemy. H 13 neceasnr (hat Canadians' should sliarc" 'wit them the. responsibilities ihl tragic howr, and as part ol an En jiiro whose very existence Is nt should iiiarc.h alongahlc of the d fcndcra of liberty, wJhnlrigf' for Cm afla a share of the glory ami ;'in .'niorlalfly that is truly theirs As to Criticism of Quebec. Dealing ivllh what he called Iho.n Ti'criticism leveled ngatnst Frcnc' Canadians hy other Provinces m'tl matter-of renruilinff. Mr.'Uladu lhat low Iliifl rtnnoyancc lo tnlcrfcrc; the-execution-of their rtfUy. thalj there might J bo nanoi men tn-'olhcr Provinces, as there of this ProTiiico, but prejudice In Canada was losin ground, everywhere.. "Anyhow, mallcrt what unpleasant things Kr ml-Ilrlery Holmes as railroad sliitloii ife'eiit frame a roiijipJriiry (o have the oail declared by., llie Interstate cotn- r; commission a common carrier. lei1 IV. uf "A La-ia of .tin; Lum- al tlic..0rphcum tonight, elJs NIC Kcnsnllonal story, of Helen's rh to cany out this conspiracy, agent of (lie road not familiar Holmes' announcement lliat It is a conn no i) carrier and will not lie rivals' hnslncsa, accepts a tackagc beyond, the California slate line, into Ulafo. Holmes orders ils men to sec lliat Hie consignment s held up. Helen learns of Hits plan and.undertakes to frustrate It. "AT THE EMPRESS A question of eternal significance is 5etf forth In "A Power." llie latest Film CorporaUon fralure start INK Mollie King, the charming and sympathetic youiiK actress. ICing's art lias never risen lo grcnler heights than in "A Woman's which dpala In a far readiing way with man's regeneraliori Ihrougli a. good, influence over him. "A Woman's Power'.' is real, vivid ilrnma of the tensest jiing ils spectators In a powerful vise- like hold, "A Woman's Power" be- longs (o Hie class of tlmni.i lli.it ap- peals lo everyone and Is unforect- laLlc. It touches Ihe Inu (Lings of life and strips the modern men and women. At Hip same time, so appealing. Is H lo Ihc most primi- tive of emotions that even n child can grasp its mighty lessons. AT THE MAJESTIC A flno Robsomrui comedy, "Tlie ______ Over of }Jrs. is lo be llie dramatic lundcrinr; nt tlie 5lu- -V jcsltc theatre llarcli 17, when May RobsGii will give her inimitable traynl of one of tlie lower ton million frying lo climb in among llie upper Icn-dom. Of a llicmo of this nature when oiib knows Miss Unbson, one may expect mucli that Is hilariously IHF WORDER1 Thousands Owe Health And Slrength To "Fruit-a-tives" the uiarfcllous medicine made from fruit juicca relieved iuoro cases of Sfoincttft, Liver, Iltoodt Kidney and Skin Troubles than any otfier medicine. In severe casci of llliGunulUin, Sciatica, Lumbago, 1'aio in tliD Hacks Impure Wood, Neu- ralgia, Chroniu Headaches, Chronio CouilipaUoa and Indigestion, "Priiil- given unusually effective results. By its cleansing, healing poircis an the eliminating organs, "I'Tuit-ft-Uvcs11 tones up and in ties llio whole system. We, a box, (i for SO, trill ?5c, At all dc.tlc-M or sent postpaid by Fmi a-livcs Limited, Ottawa. A If you arc looking for a real snap fit acreage, hero Is your chance, a halt Interest In lot 159, comprising two and one-half acres ami subdivided Into 25 lots; situated between 14 and 16 Avenues soulli: J ivJM soil Hie above for >10D casL or will arrange ic'rnia. D, H'AYTER 1101 Hlfi Street Saulh. WILL NOT STRIKE [F COME3 Cleveland, Ohio, March JO. Settle- ment, of the railroad eight-hour ron- (ruvertiy. irrespective of u'hctlior llio tuipre-nie court btihl ths Adamsou litUuUonal or unconstitutional, was pcaslc'l In Cleveland today by ac- tion of liic biggest and moat hnpcr- (ant conference of brotherhood lead- ers since the grave hour six months i, when a nation wide strike Im- pended. Announcement of tlio four unions' compromise plans, ID be threshed onl at a meeting with rnllroad officials hi Xcw York next Thursday, came simultaneously with the revelation that tlio brotherliood chiefs had no- tified President Wilson that a strike or threatened strike would not per- mitted .o embarrass IIP governmen in case the United Stales was drawn in- to vrar. IT WILL BE UP TO U. S. SI. Johnsfwrjv March ['rcsldent Taft speaking here last fiiKhl. said (hat if submarines sink American ships llio "next step is up lo the United Slates." Don't be surprised If the las rate his year is 35 .mills, rjt may be 3'J illls. .In' fact, it is Jifccly to Ln the ame-figure as hut'Mayor lardie isn't bo disappointed It reaches Iho 35-mill mart, I Tlie estimates for, the year arc pret- well along, nml this moniinK a cntalive rale was struck lo give [he idea of ivkM ID ixpcct. The result was 35 mills. iycr, (he roar! nf. revision of tlie as- cssmcnt roll will'be held on March list, and between now. and lhat date he to use Ihe ixc on the estimates, so that, in spite of (lie decrease .in assessment, llicy mvc hopes of keeping ilie rate at 33 Lills. Here are the figures of tho actual expenditure in, 19111 (he present of 1917 needs, which are iubject to cbange: Actual Kslim. E: 131G 1917 Finance St.'ftniUvav tuniiy. frankly huiuorous and liighly sensitized, both in its convhiting denouements, "If laughter lie the test of a farce's value tins may claim the honors of a So wrote the crilic of Ihc Londoti "Sportsman" of "A 1-illlo nit of Fluff' after its first production at Hie Criterion thealrc, London, in the autumn of-1315. Since then ft lias had upwards of oOO consecutive per formances, surpassing the original runs of "Charter's Aunt" nr.fl "The lra. J. E. Cane, wife of. J. E. Cane, manufacturer, of Newmarket, dicil d only of iicarl trouble. Man's Staff of Life is tlie whole wheat the white, starchy centre of the no mis- take about be sure you get the whole wheat grain in a digestible'form- Shredded Wheat Biscuit contains all the tissue-build- ing, energy-creating material in tlie whole wheat, stea'm- cooked, shredded and baked. A perfect food for the nourishment of the human body. A better balanced ration than meat, or eggs, or starchy vegetables, sup- plying the greatest amount of body-building nutriment Private Secretary." It will be soocl rnqr For ucvre that the CMiulian riEMs to aL lowest CO5C... ror Jl.dH. phenomenal niirth-provoker have been secured. by the most. glUeil of con- temporary light Albert whom no actor is more papular with Canadian audiences. He ivill present it r.t tbe Majestic theatre March 12 anil 13.- :io.2( Ass. 13 Insp. Public Schof.1 7-U58.7G Separate School.. Fire Dent. .24.373.-1S 2. Shelter Police Ucpl. Health Dcsu. Public Worts HINDU STUDENT ARRESTED New York. March L. Gnpla, a Hindu' stmlenl nt Columliin university was arrested today in con- 'ivilli llio InrU.i revolution plot liseloscd lasl week. 5.05.1.50 It is understood that tlit C- P. R. is making n rcancst for a rcilucllon in llicir assessmenl on llie gronnLl that the present assessment is inequitable. eaten every help you stay well. Order Sunkiit now and keep of uniformly good orangu in the heuM Uniformly Good Oranges Rev.-Father GranotUcr, C.3.R., dieif n Given Sound. I fast with milk or cream, or for any meal with fruits. Made in Canada. MAJESTIC TONIGHT ALBERT BROWN in the Hilarious L.augh Provokcr, A Little Bit pf Fluff BY WALTER ELLIS Produced by Arrangement With Herbert and Anthony Ellis of the Crilcrlon Theatre London, England. Where-it lias -a-seeevik of iiOtt nights and still I'limiiug. He Will Hake You Lauqh. He Will Make You Happy. He Will Make Yeu ForBet Csre, SAYS BRltlSH REPULSED Uerlin, March (Hy wire- troops this mor-, ntiiH attacked German positions' sonlii of llipont ou the Cham- "pagno district bin were re- says today's oITida) statement. In the Aisr.e sec- tor1 and in several dislritis aWiifi the river and in Champaeuc yesterday there was nrlillcry THE FAX-WILSON FUN CO. AX OF MIRtli, MUSIC AND SONG Prices .v....... 5Qc, T.Tc, V V V V V V V SATURDAY, MAR. 17th THE DISTINGUISHED COMEDIENNE MAYKOBSOX AND HER EXCELLENT COMPANY IN 'The Making Over of Mrs. X. O By James Forbes, author of "The Chorus Etc. AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- WORK. tAND w. PHO L, McKcnzic Co. PHONE 037 718 3rd Ave. S. ALL SUNSHINE AND LAUGHTER PRICES 500, W.3I) SEATS MARCH 14th AT ROY ELECTRIC CO, VrHicizm'g: ar HELEN HOLMES, THE FEARLESS, IN A Lass of the Lumberlands Chapter punch, more thrills, more action than any ssen yet. Also Other Good Pictures on the Programme. THE STOREorPIG VALUES NORTH LE1HBRIDGE CWSTa OOOR PHONE 789. "MATRIMONIAL BLISS" 'AND-LOUIE COMEDY L. LASKY PRESENTS ____MAE MUKKAY, "THE PLOW' GIRL" MISS'MURRAY RECENTLY APPEARED IN "SWEET KITTY AND "THE BIG AND JUSTLY DESERVES HER REPUTATION AS ONE OF THE MOST CHARMING AND VERSATILE LITTLE STARS !N MOTION COMING WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, F.LINOR GLYN'S "THREE WEEKS? -i.fi---.