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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 11, 1917 THE LF-THBRIDGF. DAILY IlKHALD PAGE rrvE fr HAYTI WILL NOT DECLARE WAR I'orl Au I'rluco. llayli. May today refused lo dctUro war ou lit-rtnany. v Canadian Army Ileidquartert In Franco. May Ororaeas Increase In Iho strength ot lUe enemy on Uilt front. esric'rlBlly "Iu the artillery continues: Jlli uia of tas Is iirodlgal. Ou oho small area of Irenches.lwld Ljr Iho yanadlsus norlh ot Arleux Bve thausaud shells [frl-ind iio n-eu holding llio line were uudor.lhe nccoj ally of their jaa rnaeks con- i'lnuoiuly. DeBplte condition. Around Is galuud. -Yesterday mornlnf In Ihe of the wood o[ the Swallows aoulQ of Iho Bouchei ou Important sector or tho enemy's Uenehes (alien In a Burprlso Blinck.trani appoint ol van- tage. Tho uEMulllns and uayonela, The enemy iml up a slroug liul'Mic ele- ment o[ Eurprlso placed Him nt a 'dlB- advaulngo. In a very 'ahort lime 350 yards of bin from line trenches and supmrl trenches were In our They now bwa incorporated In our Hues, which by these ulleB Into iXe are i-reepiiiB nearer Lens, few urlsociors were caplureO and from Ihem it vat Icarncil Ilial Otrrcius on this part of llio front should have. been aovern! dfXJ ago. but were, told Ihoy would be elrcn no period q! nst.lD billets til they recovered thf trench liken from them early tela wMk. Several BpokviUi c .constructIon of the Manitoba glnlallve baildkngi, were laid on llie lie ot tlie common a todar. The reports show thit bla case was pending Ihe Llie penitentiary vraa advised that ehy'a hair need nol be cul, nor Iho risoc firb worn by him. Also on c count or M.i Ibtereeta, iier- wtB (Clrrt (o Jilt firally and adrlsers (o vltlt him. The war- was to be prQietit on these orca- UDB. Inspector Stewtri warned the en that Ihle dlscrlmliu-Hon In favor f Kelly would probably jirovoke eom- leni but could nol tc avoided' ut unnecessary, detriment to Uie par- concerned. On" Verge of Collapse. Surgeon McGutre of ihe prison re orted on" becemljer 15 that Kelly was n the verge ot collapse and that IT oiUlned ihe would un Epcctly nd (he reason und life of Kelly'would c threat This was conflrmM by )r. Carsallen of Winnipeg who staled hat ten years .ago KeUy liad had a and had developed K sul- Idal ;symploins had ecurred arid he arJced that Kelly ho aroled iinmcdiatply. The" minister of Justice then ordered hat the prison.' garb bo nol applied.. The Winnipeg NUnlilerial assocla- lon on'-February'19 prolesicd againsi lie special Kelly. t TTSB argued thit nollilng. cbuUV ilrlke more al the'root 'of society linu that Ihe Impression should 'he created that wealth was ''Ecein'Jeil n of regulations riot accord- ed lo poTerly. Inspector Stewart repHtd Uiat y would continue to .he treated ac- cording lo Lhe advice of the surgeon nitll that official released him from the prison hospital. received '-word 'on Monday his brother, vho en- listed Kith A D.C. lititlallon had IJGCII wounrlcJ. It Is hoped that nil Tab'cr" haylns ground on.which they can have a garden, will do so, as the high cost o[ overylhlhg In the food line ivlll make il pz-aRlalla to them. Mrs. II.- Lain) rcccivctl vortl Ihin week thit-her hrolher, Pte. Hob Whit- man, -wac wpnnded In Ihe recent at Vlmy Rlrlgc. 'lie has Leon sent down to .the base bonpllal In France. Mr. Mrtf. J. W. Gllbcri hi id little Eon loft Taber this week for Quebec, where-they wlll-vlsll Mrs; GlIberfR parents. Mr. Gilbert recently sold out his farm In tho Rolling Green district, lie has not.decided yet where he will locale lor the future." 1 T. W. Ilarrle has .leased a section ol land from the Canada Coal and will put In about 200 acrea ol crop this year." EX-9ENATOR FORAKER DEAD Cincinnati, Ohio, May Benson Foraher, fonriKr United Slates acnator lawyer and soldier, died borne here today, aged 70. T01HESIWB Athens, May Vcnlzclos, pres- ident of'lS.o I'rovi3lonnl Ooveriuncni of Fulonica has addrvssed ihe follow- ing message to Hie Greeks of lite Un- tied States: "You haio cxnresseO Uic unani- mous EOiuiruciit of all libpral. urccliB it, repudlalitig Ihc king; t'Uli vLom Incc the imKic cienls of December he Ballon has once and for all scv- pd every tic. congratulate you on jour rcic devole all your sUcr-Rlli lo Iho Lie task undertaken by the United Stales. In your dlstiuffu-shcfl Vrcridn stirring and liisr.lring declaration, de- fining America's alms (u the war, llie Star-Spangled Ilanncr has become llic symbol of Immunity's purest ideal Devotion to such a cause is lience- :orlh tho duty and privilege ot evcrj Tree man. 'I am convinced Ihat tlio Greek ol the United States, Imhued with Ihis concepllon. wl.1 succeed In wlualDK the active and Ingl'ly valued sjinpa-ih; of ihc Krcal American nation. "VKSIZBLQ5." AT THE OKI'HEL'M Picture to youreelr two uM sporls Frill's Ifi'o fliio unc.vpcclcJIy 11 heir IP conElderuble leitT- their wives lielilnd while tliey so iruad. They land In (Jay I'urce, tlop one of the swell tiutijls and start ilngs going al e IIIUG that would reak tho Standard Oil Company. hey aoon find themsolvea in very ralglueued. iQiiey aud 110 rrlenils. Thry aru trcetl lo a joh hi lire well hotel of which ihoy were form- j- guesirj, the (list what niakca "A D.iy in J'aris one f the raoEl laughable of firco com- dies- It's a trum sUrt to nlsli. forma nee Ui the dual "The Secret Kin" and again in the J.asky-Helasco production "The Case of Hecky" marh her as oce eapet-lally suited Kir the porlrayal of (he occult. AT "Public Opinion" lllanebc Sweet's newest photoplay lor iho Jcssu L. La sky Feature 1'lay Couipjny ai Star- d tonlfjlit. opens for the screen ur> entirely new theme. In I hid nn'lo- drkma of social conflict. Miss Sweet ieara as a young uomau nurso wrongfully accused of uyirdcr. The hand of juiticeJXunsccii In (lie day world visiuiu iu tiUu. sAaVitB through Hie drama to ihe c-limax, fjn- ally pointing the way (or iho frr-cdcun of ihc Accused and Iho conviction of ihc sa'ity. [it characters of tills con Siveel already occupiej In the mem- ories of motion plcLUre a place, PRAtRIE FIRES liffli rralrie. AUa May 10.- A rret rle fira tliat is silll turning fiercely in this district this niorulug has 'lalit v.iiKto the entire valley between webi pralrlc rivers. TLe greatest IDSJ uiiQueellonably will be ihc large quanlllk-H of seed destroyed at a lUae It la needed most. BRITISH MISSION MAY VISIT CANADA Washington. May of Hie llritlsh minion prepared today to lahe part hi the joint receptlou with the French mission at New Vork and later makf r. tour of the middle west and a visit to Canada. .AT'THE -EMPHESS KllaMlall, fniuouh delineator nf child olcs in Dlueblnl phctoployE, will fur-i Ihc Qllracllou tiio Kuipress tieitJG tonight' and tnmorrow Hcdhcad'J.jU'llS Introduce irelly girl In, two characters. Miss1 intl will play Ihc- par! of ;i ILtttc ho works al anything to cim a shlll-- rig that her. baby may be rom Ihc puulic .orphanagp, and also rcpr.cscnt a litllc girl been born and reared in luxury. These wo lllllo "red beads" arc substituted, SPECIAL for SATURDAY KKENCII A delicious confeclion, filled with nuts and cherries, iwi JTj. 25c LETHBRIDGE CANDY CO. K. P. STREET 9. Notice to Farmers The price of Cream .has advanced Ic on Sweet Cream and 2c on Hour. PRICES ARE NOW Per Poiiurt Butter Fat I6c Xo. 1 43c JVo. 2 Swcel 40c No. 1 Sour 38c No. 2 Sour This It the hlghetl price In the province. We allll pay fop shipment- and pay Crystal Dairy Ltd. LETHBR1DQE Longford, Irc'-iml, May elec tlon to nil Iho vacancy in tlie nous of commons for the southern dlvlslo of Longford county was held toda> The candidates were Patrick .McKen ni. Nationalist, and Joseph McGul ness, a Slim 1'ciiier. The campaign was nne of the mos bitter in recent years. The Imnor ance atlaolied lo the results was hy the Intervention .of JcssnU Dovlln, John Dillon iind other Nal- lonallsls leaders and Count PlunkclL a Sinn Fclner, who recently "was cleclcd to Hie house' ol commons from lhe_ adjoining county ol noscom- Tiion. Laurence Ginnfill'aiiil other-Re- publicans, whose. policy was acuih-, Ingly denounced by--Mr. Police, armed wllh rifles patrolled ie 'ihe- poking opened' IniVlealed'Uhc Sinn P'einers were polling the heav- iest vole. The Sinn FeSners wore mourning on their arms for Ihe vic- tims of the Sunday, 191.6, revolution. LOUIS KEEL Men's Furnishings 318 5th Street S. SPECIALS for TOMORROW (SAT.) I'rescnts (lie smartest iiiul most worthy pnirti.icUons of meritorious iiiaiuifnctiirers at prices below any comparison with their actual value in quality and style. Men's Cool Underwear for the Warm Season Union Suits, white or natural colors. "True Knit" White Mesh Union Suits "True White Lisle Union Suits. "Stimfields" Silk Union Suits, Athletic style..........-.-............ Shirts ami Drawers, white, or natural "True each 50c Shirts and Drawers, each. i Men's Half Hose Black of Tan, 20c per pair, 3 pair .-_.-.-, 50t LislC; tan or white, !J5c per 3 pair for Silk Lisle Rib, black, white, tan or gray, per pair .60c Silk HaH Hose, black, white, tan or gray, per pair .-.-.-......_. fiOc Silk Half Hose, black with white clock, per pair Silk Half Hose, white with black clock, per Men's Shirts Silk Shirts, extra heavy quality................ Gropes and Other Tine Materials, Arrow. Braiul Madras, nieiT.emcd and percale Sport or Outing Shirts, Arrow Uriuul -L- i Men's Pyjamas Madras and while and striped.......-.-. to to ...i-..' to OR EU TODAY HARRIS AND PROY'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY PRESENTING A Day in Paris JUST LAUGHS AND JOLLY NEW NEW SCENERY New FlcUi'res: Lillian Uussell in "Wildilro" Mitlnee Dally: Prict.. Children lOc; AJulls 35c Evening Prlcti: Children 2oc; Admit bOc SPECIAL LIBERTY MATINEE SATURDAY FOR CHILDREN, 106 Men's Neckwear TONIOHT 4 TOMORROW JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS K SWEET "WHAT'S IN A CHRISTIE COMEDY f rniltels "l> if 1? L I C 0 1 X" 1 0 N'1' SPECIAL COMEDIES fOR THE CHILDHEN SATURDAY AFTERNOON Four-in-hands, Silks and Satins. 50ci 75c a'ul 15at AVings, Crepe, Faile, Fancy Silks, 50c Men's Straw Hats Soft Kin. Straws.................75C, it 1.50 StifJ Kim Straws, Sailor to Panamas Specially iselected. (lirecWnim JNew York, newest .styles, fancy and ;