Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MAY II, in THE r.RTnnntocK DAILY PAGE FIVE Keel Fashion Craft Clothes Shop 318, Fifth Street SVashEnglon. May liens to Ihe first of- fering of the bonds of liberty loan of 1917 poured into the treaiury today nt a rale of more than a mil- lion dollars an hour, while vpprox- Imately 3000 banks In every esc- Lion of tlie country were taking There was every Indication that the Issue would be far over-subscrib- ed. Secretary McAdoo loday deliv- ered to the Italfan ambassador the which government decided to advance Italy to meet her pressing demands. The 000.000 for France probably will be similarly delivered ahrrliy, briny- Ing the total advanced to the al- lies thus far up to .THE MM And How Affect Us, By G. R Mnritoch (The following article by.Lhc dent of Ihe LclhljrldKo honnl of iradt: deiils comprehensively with llio erltt (Isms made In a widely ciituiuUil by land selling concern local- be made. Tho rcnulatfons as thoj stand arc :i survival Irani the days Ylieii (he only fnrmcrg were com ing Into Canada (luarler-so fanners with their lilllo store of ini lilemciifs; bet widi conditions such n obtain hi the Let li bridge nlslrlct where hardly any of (lie neiv settlors art buying loss than a half section mid many of them a whole r.r.i more, they should he encouraged lo brine Iliclr Cull equipment ivith tlicin ret as to let them pet quickly snltlci lo the business of the fullest nrortnc itun ]Kisiiibiv. TiiC-ru art, lioyevcr stfjns that IhJs mailer may 'soon b nil justed fully to the satisfaction, o both newcomers and old rcsldunlcrs by Ihn adoption of n policy of IcLlIn in livestock anil all agricultural In- ellbor or at much loivc rales (it duly than havo hitherto nrc vailed. It Is certain thai very soo- iiiior pence !s declared in the East will rediscover the truth lliat hod dmvncd on Ihem in 1013, Hint (heir business wns In poor shape if iMngb ivero not well with the western farm 01. Hul all the rest of Mr. Martin's re- jnartr, nre n case of special pleatling for the men ivlio liuughl wwlcrn lands JusL as EO much mQrcliamltso. to lie (urned over nt n profit. That they liclpcd to advertise such lands and did tliclr best la find hnyors was. or course, part of their business. Nobody In the west could wish llitvl tlicy Flinuld lint Itc successful in Inmls U> farmers who will put them lo use. Our sldo of the siorv is iiml-wG nro (ho ncoplc who luive lo live wllli Ihess fanners as fellow citizens; arc (he people who liiLVc (o In 1V17; deli jirires likely until the world scarcity Is raflfiht up, even If the war hnnld end tomorrow; farmers on ilgh priced land In Ihc tflaiea eager ,o mine lo Canada with their families i Jnntl at rcnsyjJablc friers Is avall- ible--surely land-merclnntR who arc; What the Press Agents Say weary of paying lascs will avail Ihcmselvc3 nf the opportunity lo qntl. Tlio board of Irndo of Lclhhrldgc wNlJiigly do what they can til help make sales If holders shoiv n dlapoaUlon to aoU, Lunil prices ntv llrm anil sllfihtly higher than (hoy ivera at Ihc Insl-eonstrtcrnblR auction snfc Df school lands In Hi la district when some worn gold al an average ot J14.00 per acre, Bui, we have fo live with ami do Inisfnc95 wllh these In-comtns Tarm- anrl ire want lo sec Ihem buy lands on which they can grow grain IE IS iiifiuiwiLL NOIPEFAIAl iRloii. May H. While Ijcre of Ihc enlcnfG relsslons sJinre the alarm of the American officials al the grou-ing jn-roads of llic sub- marine inenace. liicy do nol rrgard the situation as In nn.v sense fatal. U means, In Ilieir views, B period of great self-denial and further restric- tions, hnl they do not credit any opin- ion IhflL It Is certain lo lead lo star- vation or lose of llio war. They arc counting on ships, ir.cn and money from the United Stales r.nfl possibly American Inventive gcnlu.i lo out- Mxlgh tlic U-boat terror, Critical as' the allied slluatEon AT THE EMPRESS Miss Jackie of tlic is the pie- irn at the Empress tonight. MISE JecltlQ HolhrooJt ii thb dnuglilcr of llhy P.iliforninns. She Is noted fnr !ier rolllckfiomc nature and is the belle of Coronndo licaeh. That she is [he favored of all hut one Robert Crowne, U.S.A.. whose ship is anchored off Coronado fur- ther orders. Jnckio dcrfrtcs lo make Crowne fall in love with her and her appnrliimly conies when she hears of a new sailor going to Bh'ii with Crownrs lo the Isle of Vcrganln to quell a native mirisinp. The Rlrl dons sail- or clothes and sails with the ship. 'The Travelling (lie finest Haynk.iwa (luring- thn Lasky pfoduc- comcdy-drama IhaL has ever been seen lion of "The Cheat" nave a still greal- tlm city. This splendid feature will ur surprise in store for them In Ilia I he shown for UIG last times tonight. A splendid Gauiuout Graphic HTK! a sin- gle reel eomrfly ivjll IJD shown on Ihc same program. lioFC who sasv tho thvlllinp slrug- hetween Fannie Ward and Sessuc L. Lashy production of "Tho Soul of Kurn-San" in Scssuc" Hayakawa, by Myrllo Sled- mnn, will be. seen on the Paramount program Friday and Saturday. [me] llvr-stock Hint I lie in conic. thr yearrf Hint arc to lo tho romjjlfilntn TC- grtrdlnp legislation mU'crsc lo the security of innrtRapc loann on land, Ihn iticst fiaaurnnrn thai can In' ftlvcn that there Is nothlnf more lo fcnr In tlila made lo r, Ihc allied diplomats AT THE OUIMIEUM The Feast ot Life, a remarkable pic- ture, is the fealurc al Ihe Orphcum lo-j morrow. Aurora Kernandoz, a ponr; (.'ulan girl, Is persuader! ngalnsl her; will to liccome betrothed lo Don Ar-i mada, n wealthy (Mban. She loves: ?edro, a young fisherman who lives his ulster Cclldn, who naa Ijccii sctrclly sleallng to Don Armada's villa, but Is cast off by him on his lo Anror.i. for a slghl of Pedro, Auro- ra, disguised as girl, goes lo an Inn where Pedro romes wllh other fishermen for n night's revelry. Ho docs nol rocofiiilze her as his. Lady of llic Lily" as Iw cnlla her, but falls a victim to charms of llic dancing girl. AT STARIiANl) Who said 'Nobody lovca a fat If you wish tr> bn convinced thai them no fiulh in the above incut and al llic same lime enjoy am evening of clean, wliolnaomo comedy, don't Jail lo sec Frank Mclntyre Ini nay Jt Is nothing 16 Ilir difficulties of Germany almost en- tirely hidden under censorship. U la nulto poEsllilc, (hey raj-, Ihftl flcr- Lcrt C, Hoover's flgurca tit cattle In Ihc central arc cor- Init tho distribution of tlicso nnd other auvpllPs la almost Ililfs wlirn Gcrnmny's mllltiiry nccca- nro ovcfcrowdlng llio railroads, (WHEUM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THE QUEEN OF THE SCREEN Clara Kiniball Young IN "Tlio, Feast of Life" A drama of pasalon and intrigue By Frances Marion Also a 2-ReeI Charles Chaplin Picture Prices Phone 1722 ONE.NIGHT ONLY nTH NEXT MONDAY, MAY I Vladimir XeveloK 1'rcscnla Skovsaarrt The Danish Violinist and the New York Metropolitan Com- pany, Including Susan Emma Droughl. Lyric Soprano, MIW rod IlRynes, Dramatic Soprano Altec' McClung-Skovgaaril, Plan isl, Jfary Mallion Con Iralto. Aubrey N. Engle, Uarl tnno. Prices ............SOc to Seals at Assiniboia Music Co. Now. LAST TIMES TONIGHT FRANK McINTVKE IN "Tim TKAVELLIXG SALESMAN" Five Reels of Rare Comedy "GAUMONT GRAPHIC" and Comedy FROM THE COUNTRV FRIDAY AWD SATURDAY Jesse L. Lasky Prepentt the Eminent Japanese Actor SK.SSUK 1IAYAKAWA WITH MYKTLE KTliDMAN IN "THE SOUL OF KUUA v SAN" A Powerful Japanese-American FMPRESQ TOM (HIT W MARGUERITA. FISCHER IN "MISS JACKI11 OF T1IK NAVY" a AUo Ben Turpin in "Shot In the a howling (eream and the Latert Weekly.