Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MAY 10, 1017 THE LETHBIlinGu n.YfMf KKHALU PAGE I'clrosrtd, May London 'A coalltlOD cabinet In tho near future forecasted In a long declaration o[ the provisional government jiuh- today. Alter reviowlue reforms accomplished anil fnnkly outlining Iho dlfdcukles uuder which the EOV- ernmaul la laboring tho declaration "Attempts by separate croups of the uoGultllon to realize their desires einronriatlons or launching dec- Unllons.when made by less organized clastca ILrcalen lo ruin Interior dis- cipline and unity and crpatc iflvoi- itule ground (or acts of violence against Hie new regime, anil, Tor the development o( private lulcre-ls lo Iho dclrlmenl of Ibo general welfare. Tlie tcmpoTary government consid- ers It Us duly lo declare frankly and definitely tlial fcuch conditions render (ho adinlnlslraUe.il of tlio country ex- tremely difficult and menaces It wiiU Interior ruin and dclcat at tho front. "The frlehlful spectacle of civil war and anarchy liovcrs over Russia threatening lt> freedom. There is a dark, saJ path leading through dvll war and anarchy to Iho rtlurn of despotism. This must not bo the palli or Uie Russian people." Then rolloxb an anneal for unity In support or tlio government created by tho revolution and Iho declaration continues: temporary government will renew with stronger persistence Us efforts to attract luto the slalf of rep. resentatlvcs those active protective forces which nave ncil taken any part In Ihe government (or Hie country." .Simultaneously .ivJlh the declaralion appears a noto addressed by M. Kcr- csky. mllster of Justice, to tho council of deputies, and revolutionists, In which lie said: "I consider the con- dition of affaire generally rliane- eil. Tho power of the organized labor democracy has growl, and that power no longer has a right to remain aloof from participation In the responsibil- ity for tho government." ATTEMPT ON KAISER IS DENIED. llerlln, via Ixmdcn. May 10. icport recently cmau- atlcg from Zurich thai an at- tciaul had been made Lo as- sassinate Kmjieroi William la denied lu (ho official statement made today. On Tuesday, Juue I2ih. llio Imard of grain will LuM u sey- Elou In Iho city hfall, Winnipeg, lo consider tho rules, tic, Nhich arc tu Eovero grain leading by menus of FRIDAY AND SATURDAY IlLAXCHtt SWEET IN PDI5LIC! GJPINION" SPECIAL COMEDIES FOR THE KIDDIES SATURDAY AFTERNOON LAST TIMES TONIGHT FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT IUKNK ni.MVK'K AND OWI5XMOOKK IN "A G'IKL LIKE 'I'llAT' AN EXCELLENT WAR GAZETTE AND "LUKE'S SHATTERED SLUMB Funny. inlft :2tirkclb. The uoard of trade bat QtMlIk-d. ttiul it la yullo likely tbat a dek-yaliou will; ailcrd from Ihld ijoiut. It la very likely alia iftnt Ix-lli-' bridge will make a bul for a rkfct hrie, .Much of llit grain, from Iho Lclhbridse district gets 10 Hit-; ir.lllerc vho demand ii to iis higher percentage or (lour jjio'lutis. ami U I.s Ml thai ihe best could be given both farmers and uHII- crs were a nauiplc niirtci esiniili.il c'J in I.ethbriilgit through which praciiu-, ally half of Alborln'-i wheat i-uurj i-ach year on Ita way lo tlm iumkt.4. The matter uf a [ruin Lethlrldgc was Ittl lu ibc grulu mid milling gcctlun. NORWEGIAN SUNK. l.onJon, Vay steamer Kaparika. tons grois been, sunk. Two ot iie-.v were killed. PHEUM TODAY HARRIS AND PROV'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY PRESENTING in Paris A SCREAKING MUSICAL FARCE LAUGHS AND JOLLY TUNES NEW SONGS NEW COSTUMES NEW SCENERY Matinee Dally: Children Adults 35c Evening C'rlldren 25c; A-dults 50c 'MPRESQ. WILLTAM RUSSELL IN TONIGHT LAST TIME ISie Man Vho Would Not Die' A Stirring Five Act Dijima. Also Lal-at Weekly and Comedy. Vancouver, May you pay between September 7 and 14 last lo the Hon. M. A. MacdonalJ In your or fice In Vancouver the proceeds ot a check for "Yes." This was the question and this tlie reply of Dr. Robert Mackenzie nt noon today iowuxu'iuo close sr czsmln- ailon regarding ULC clmrRC brought by J. S. Cowner against the aUorncy-gen- What the Press Agents Say AT THK ORPHEUM Tho Harris Qinl t Proy company which haE already gained an enviable in the'.hearts of Lethbrlugo theatre-goers, will change their pro- gram today when they will present a acrcamfng nmalcfll farce comedy en- lltleu. "A Day In Carls." which nbouDds In sparkling comedy. Its B double tllslllled tnplc-platcd mirth couvulelon and sets a fun-mak- ing hard to follow. A special Getting representing the Cafe Folles do in 1'nrls' Is carried iJio company. All new songs and cos- tumea and every member of ihe com- pany will bo seen to good advantage nnd the patrons of ihe Orphcum have treat In sloro for Lhe next thrco Dr. Mackenzie further that lie fend Uio izioucy and placed In the Hotel VancuuvL-r ior over night. lie got It neit morning, (ook ll over to bis own oflicc, callcrt up Hon. A. Macdonald on the telephone, and Sir. Mncdonald called .Tt his ofllcc by, arrangement and tot Ihe money. IL was the (15rflOD less exchange on Ihe amount being approximate- ly J14.050. Knows Nothlns c? St.-. Vancouver, B, C.. May nrsl witness loday In tlie Investigation of J, Jlarl, M.L.A. of Victoria. wlibVsalil'.'thil lie was ctmpafgn maiJOKer for-Iho prov- ince for the Liberals In' the last cam-. thing of tho and he said he knew nothing.. Mr. Taylor asked him if he wonld sny Hint he handled all parly funds. "Yes, 1 handled all." (he reply of the witness. Mr. Taylor asked'him it'lie had made any inrinlry It tlie ?ISrODO had been prop- erly disposed of. Witness' replied lha't he hod made no Inquiry regarding ft for he had known nothing at the until the inquiry opened. Mr. Woods again attempted (o prove hy Eotne publlcntlons that Rod J. Mackenzie van au official of the Can- adian Northern. He alleged that Rod Mackenzie was ono of the original In- ot: the Canadian North- ern. Taylor refused to make'any ad- mission on the subject. The court remarked thai It was a matter of llt- tl6 Importance for Iho public had ac- cess to public documents and wouW i decide thereupon. V.'lthln 15 mlrmlcs of Hart's leBll- inony bring concluded the case was finished and Justice Gregory said he would bring In his findings.Saturday. S. S. Taylor said lhal he would call no testimony Macdonald, JIG had come over from Victoria ihts morning but he had returned lo the capital by atcamer which left list! an hour hefore the Inquiry opened. Ho said thai undoubtedly It was In- discreet for Macdonald'to have taken fhe money snii -it wag too tad In vlcir of htE being a TOUT'S man with his circer before Ho rcferrcrl to the TicL IhaL Macdonald had (vn lulomoblles alono at one lime. Re Bftld he hid paid only cash (o the mate company and still owed balance no IhaC It ira? certain tho money did not go there. It is an old eaw that thcro Is honor, even among thieves. In (he peculiar code of the underworld, the one great unforgivable crime is the douhlc-cro53lng, or betrayal, of a pal- Around this fact there has been writ- ten a fascinating combination ol comedy and drama, called "A Girl Like a Famous Players-Paramount production In which Irene Fen wick nnd Owen Moore- arc co-slarg. U 19 Hie attraction SlarJand for Ihe last limp tonight. In addition (o the fea- ture a Eplenditl War Weekly and-on a of-the runniest corned I ever seen 111 the clly will be Ehowu. Friday and Saturday .comes Blanche Sweet In "Public OpinlOQ." AT THE EMPRESS Ella Hall, famous delineator of child roles In Bluebird photoplays, Kill fur- nish the nltraclion at the'Empress theatre tonight and tomorrow' whon "Polly Itedhead" will introduce this pretty girl In Iwo characlera. Mlaa Hall will play the part ot a little girl who works at anything to earn a shlll- nf (hut her lialjy braUier may tie kept Trom the public orphanage, find will Nlso reprcBent a Illllc girl who tins ttecn born and reared In luxury. These two little "red head nre suballluted. one for the other, Jn a, time of Domestic BlrcEE and their sharo In working out a happy ending (o nn intensely human ind Interesting Is at utmost im- portance. While MJES Hall plays both characters, Ihorc will be one episode Iri'.wMch, by cntnora trickery, bolh of the little "briclt tops" arc rtlficlnsrd in the samb scene, conversing with each other eiHclly as though the parts were assumed by Iwo enllrcly different per- sons. FOR SALE 60 head of Catllc, comprising choice milch cows and heifers. Some with calves at fool, and others duo to calyc shortly and several nice yearling betters. All younf APPLY AT. Farmerti' Tecrt Earn 23t 1Mn Street N. or 172S 6lh Ave, A. N. ist e Tlcrlin, 51 ay Amnlonlnm lo olllclal Etalumcnl Is- sued loday says'- "In reprisal lor Ihrj nlnclng of a German general mid fifteen staff officers on the French hospllal ships In llio .Mcdllcrrancan. the Gcnrinn have nTa.cci Ihrlcc Ibis number of fYcncb officers of corresponding rank nl points In Ihe weitern Induslrlnl districts which are especially suhject (o aerial nt tacks." HOME FOR AGED DE- STROYED. llaltfaT, N. S., .May The home for aged men In Qottinrion Slreet was Uc- stroyccl by Ore ycslcrdny nf- tcrnoon, Tlio loss wag 000, with Insurance. SILK FLAT WALL COLOURS "Look Like SilH. Like Stone" GET IT AT THF HAYR HARDWARE CO. SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., Chic.ro, in. 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