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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDN15SDAY, 10, 1017 THE IJCTHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD- PAGE CRISIS KllKAKM SOCIAL DISTINCTION FOR APRIL This Is a a meeting in Drury Lanu Thoalrc, London, calleil in ol Lord Davenport's 'tood restriction. The chairman, Mr. U J. Shep. ia L-jFtl EsthKhUd'E b'J'.ler, Supporting Mm aro Lord Ualhrar uul Sire, tjtoelc, director or Women's FooJ.. _ London, Slay proposals of, the government Irish seUlcraclil will Lo In lianils ol (lie Irish party leaders says Hie Times. "It Is understood Ihc followlue ore the chlcr or the st'heme: Immediate establishment ol iiarllamcnl in Dublin. "Sccoud: Kiciusloji or southeast Ulster cleau'-cut line. "Third: of Brand council. consisting of-an. canal proportion ol members, of ihe Dublin parliament and the Ulster members of the tm- liprlal imillament to transact nil com -non business between (lie excluded nrM and the refit or Ireland and tg hnvo the power to illrccl. II H thinks fit. enactment llio Dublin rarlla rucul shall apply to .tho csolu'" area." Redmond In Ignorance London, May Henmond leader ot trie Irish Nationalists toilai said he had not received the govern menl's proposals 'for -tho eolulion o tho Chancellor Dona Law replied that they would lio Tor warded this afternoon and that the would he fiiven to all members in th form of the while paper to be publish cd tomorrow. (Tly Canadian Overseia Correi- pondent.) Canadian Army .Hcadgmrters France. May Some prisoners r ceiilly tafccn on tYils Iiont are lar be low the general, standard ot, phystqu of cnetiiy troops. H has bten tcarne Jl. _ nllanV on Vrtday last employed >h SUMMER FROCK Here fa nn attractive embroidered summer frock t'hlch Is fastened'nt the waist cornl ornaments. tjic Germans- Included, draitfl year olrt lads' .had' reached t> front only nn Jiour- before waa made. Tills indicates tile short- age eworicnced aniny on tills front. Tlio artillery ot the; Canadian corps continues to be ens.Wcd all nay .Jn duels wllli- tlio enemy, suna In bens ndd.llio region east with Ilic most satisfactory Many direct hits hava becn-oiilaineil during lie past two arid the German ire has materially lessened. A rcla- Ivc calm exists because a cavy rnlat prevails, making aerial losnrvallon The most remarkably teslitnonx yet lained ri9 to tije importance at- C'ncii to Vimy llidgo In tins enemy's LCtensive in cccntly captured 'doc'iime'nt In which a conimamler tells Ufa officers ot ils desire that every otticer and man of tlie First [livarian ttcsorvo division houlil ne acquainted the. de- cided 'importance 'ot Vlmy Hlilge. 'Tlio First nnvnrian lie staled, "will te called upon in Ihi mrcndlng tlereusivo battle liolil ITe3 many tall. H binders, 210 fa, and for-JIarcli. MC slings, 110 many tail, 16 binders, i9S T'a and 4( bed pau covers. Other culllngs for llio month Is as ollows: and Miss 343 towels i46 pillow slips. Lt; MTB. Donald 4 grossing jowns; Mrs. t'fllrlcy nurses' aprons; llessy, 11 nurses' aprons. 10 prs. surglctl The prcBslue commUlee pressed II13 articles. The wool committee reports the fol owing pairs of socks: -Mrs. C. K. C'amcrou 3. Mrs. McMillan Sr. I, Mrs. Wm. McClure 2. Mrs. J. C. Red- mond i. Miss Fairlcy 1, .Mrs. T. U. Wa'.klns 31 r6. llolburton 3. Mrs SVIIIIauis Sr. 2, Mrs. Kandiiulst 1, -Mrs. J. A. Young 1. Mrs, John Homo i. -Mrs. Watson 3, Miss Young 1. .Miss Johnson 2, lira. n. VV. Ixjng I. Mrs James Horn 22. C. McKay 2. Mrs. J. Gibson 2; Commerce 1, 'Mrs. O. Onlios-ay 3, Mrs. I'liilllpr. I, no name making a tola! ol S4 pairs. those knlltlng socks kindly wash he- lore returning lo Die rooms? The wool can easily he washed while In llio'skein. MRS. IV. F. HICKS. Assl. .Supt. of Work Hopeful Dorothy "Wliafs your name, little "DorolUy." "But what's y.our Issl ''I don't know what U will be. I'm not married yet." Vihat the Press Agents Say AT THE ORPREUM rape Nut as presented Ly'lhc Harris fc Proy players seems to have slrucfc tlie popular chord among ihc Orpht--jm theatre-eases. A lilted house greeted Hi cm again last ulglil showed their appreciation by malty hearty ouibiirsls of laughter and applause. Tomorrow will sec another complete change of program wheiMlic fioEC of Panama ivill lie the offering. This amusing farce comedy was put together for UuglrinE purposes only. There Is not a serious or a dull rtiom- ent throughout (he entire action of the piece. It is' good, clean, ivhoicsomc comedy and Is uound lo tax Die ra paclly ol the Orpheum Tor the last Uirie days of the week. A good strong feature picture program will lie ol (cred ip conjunction. ALLS WELL you WJP A of, this bubbOng t6nlc Is Mike a shaft of inner sunshine. Gloom Crouch rahnot lire In the i body with It, Diiblop did finisliing work on 2 sur- 'geon's coats; Mrs. A. KnoVUlcn, G ii'll- awslips, G -Mrs. Lund, I rtress- K-gown; Mrs. Mlllc, 2 pyjamas; Mrs. 2 day shlrls; ,MrB., MiDerT 1 ay shirt; Mrs Mctizie, S prs. surglral lockings; 'Mrs.' Morris, VIXUTEE'S' sp- oils; Airs. Marcljant. and: AJrs. cr, 4 muses' aprons; MTS..Patterson ud day amas, slingVi -2 bedsUte yiock Irs. Perry. 4'pyjamas; MrsAPcarson, day shirts.' t nyjamns; Mrs. Sloan nd 10 orufort bags, 3 khaki- Mrs. Iced, C. Ijinclers, G slings; .Mrs.; Snnil- ach. 5'pyjamas; ?Irs. Hugh Taylor, r pyiamas, 2 day 'shtrls, 4 pyjamas; V aiirglcal stockings, H comfort ass. School pyjamas, surgical sliirl, 1 c, 13 many Mra. WaEhbrook, 22 day elilrls, 3 pillow slips; Mrs..AVnt- on, 2 pyjamas; Mrs. anil 1 loves, C pillow sViiis, C binders; Ira. Knlglit, 4 many tall; Mrs. SlUt, 12 T'a; T's; "Vliaa Kollicrine Cull, 10 T's; Mrg. lunt, IS There 10 T's nnfl I .many (ail bandages niatlc (tie rdoma on -1-. The pyjamas ciii In the robma dur- ng Avrll aic; Mrs. UrquUart of Ihc Ihe enemy, from Uie Tho tomiriandliig.liclshU Vlmy Illdka-vcre held to'bi'bf decisive Im- jiortance and .army lead- ers-arc not (n lvablt.pt glvlTiG- up i positions unLII compelled, to'd BO.' .Xsmbors of a refcran hatfiilfon 0 Q Ganndlfln corps-arii now- holding part ol IhoVlilge ;.on which arfl.afio mntiy French eblfllcra Kill cd In aUncks remained unburled be cnuso llicy fell 'in No Atari's Land Our soldiers -have fo.unil llmo the tho duties ot acllv BerVko lo collect Ihe bones of ou gfllllTnt -bury (hem r'cver cnily'. In eevcial rnou'nrts, Thes plnCca oC bnrlr.l nrc morhcd bv larg croasca corepofcfl of plccos oT flet (he'Durface; of. the Sufta'hle, placed on tho The Tightwad Ml' has mo seeds Kor croryllilnp my ttarrlen nccdB. Kow I VtclthrrtT's KO'-. AT STARLAND In licr newest Artcralt ptclure, "The Pride ol Clan." being shown at the StarUTid' theatre, Mary plcli torrt has the novelty of having Uer Lrolhcr-lu-law ar L stage Ibver. In other" worda, (tie pbpular MaLt Moore hrolher of the -c dually popular Owen Moore, the husband- oC Marr Plctford has this part to ,play. The slory Is Scotch and notv-rith-StftUdlnK the fact that he Is and proud -of It-- Mr- Moore the picture, J the lad to win the heart ot a. bonnie lassie. For all Plckford is Irish loo, but sri.e Is. a wonderfull> charmine Scotch lass ia "The Pride ot the Clan" and never pre seated a more engaging picture ol her lovely, self. In addlllorl to the feature Mr. Fleming will aittc a Scotch sons Scolcfi music by, .the orcheEtra wll accompany the picture. AT THE MAJESTIC Mr. Alfred Tl o( the mem Ijers ol the KellDy-Layno lUiniOjroni< Vaudeville Hoad Show which will plaj at Ine Majestic Vlicalrc on Friday am Saturday of this .lyook, with a special matinee on Saturday atternob'n, lias been the recipient of. an nlmoBl end- less seiics ot very coiupUmenUTy press" notices of his ns R char- acter itnperaonatoT, Ihe com- WRIGLEY5 1 1 THE PERFECTGUM D Let us make you acquainted with the new, luscious flavour- It's all that the name suggests! Wrigley made where chewing gum making is a science.' New three flavours Chew ft after every meal i'- Seated Tight Kept Right! MADE IN-CANADA The Flavour Lasts JFI Mrs. Brallh- MOTHER SUPERIOR 3ayt Vinol Creates Strength "Rosary Hill Home, Hawthorne, N.Y, havg used VinoKfor many run- down, weak, .or emaciated patients wlUi benefit One was so and HI she coild creep to my door for aid. [.'supplied Vlnol to her liberally and iti.a month hardly recognized' her Sho'-Waa strong, her color-, charming and her cheeks round- cfl 'out." Mothfir. M., Aluhonsa Lath D. W6 Buaraul.ee Vinol to sharpen the appetite, aid digestion, enrich, the Mood and create X D. l inhfttham ft. Ltd.; Druggists, L bridge, Also nl drugglaLa fn all -Alberta Advertisement, na-ny ihis-scftson. It Is only by a close study, of the various ties or tbc great men he he Is to' succcssHiHy accom- plish. work. clever arc his impersorinlions of King George, President Wilson, General Jotfre find Teddy RooscyeU. Sir. haync waB a member of the Roosevelt Sautli Am- erican ENpeditioTf in 19lO, and II was during tliat lime that lie made a close sludy-of the colonet. Sts classy acts roiislltutc Ihc pro- gram offered by the company. There will be a special matinee on Satnr Jay. or Mlnter's e-ilensire repertoire. 1 Petrora in "Tts Monday next the Famous Jletrol lion." Mme. Pelrovt Is awn to 1'ictures start again, opening with [advantage In tills- SdvoCSotve CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One pfovet It. Sold (uarttttced byabovc Viool drjggiaL AT THE EMPRESS ..TLic. InnoccTicc ot LizcUo. is at The Empress lonielit. ,As ilie siory runs, HzeUe. was the "dauEMer ot Kccne, a well known actor, who dtcil Icnvlng.Iior an orphan. his death bed'Iie aought tlic: tor I his Htllc girl of "Granny" .psge, an I old retainer of his. family. The old lady maintained her control ot Llzctte Until -Henri a-mll- Itinafrf! family 'corincc- wlshert to adopt whereupon Mrs. Pas6 'aurferidc'rcLl 'li'cf in the iiiiic .adventure Witli ,llio foun- dUng haby-Is the big re'al'urc.' It was sprung le'niatlvely by- Director Jamca KlrtVoml one nlghl and nobody was sure Now itXs TCCogTilzeU Idea reauUeti tn (he plays ORPHEUM TODAY HARRIS AND PROY'S MUSICAL' COMEDY COMPANY PRESENTING "Grape Nut Isle" AN ORIENTAL FANTASY WITH PLENTY OF DRESSING "THE ROSE OF PANAMA" SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY, "PECK'S BAD BOY" Matinee Dally: Children' 10c; AdulU 35e Evening Children 2Se; Adult! MB SPECfAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ARTCRAFT PJCTURES PRESENTS MARY PICKFQRD IN SEVEN "THE PRIDE OF THE CLAN" Aflcrnoen Performincct al 2.00 and 3.M. Evtnlnj. it 7.00, 145 and Jong, Mr. O. Mrn'.ii'on'. Adulu 2te, Children iOcl Majestic-Next Phone 1722 NlghU at a.30 Saturday Mttlnec THE KELLEY-LAYNE SHOW Hippodrome Vaudeville SIX ALL STAH ACTS SIX Nights 2Jc, }5c, '-.Saturday Matinee 2So lot, BRING fHE KIDDIES. TO MATINEE MARY PICKFORD IN "THE PRIDE OF THE AT STARLAHO f ft- NIGHT TOMORROW. lOc IOC A. DRAMA OF UMUSUAV INTERCST Mar Miles Minter in "The Innocence of liiettB" AetrtM. Actually Live, the Part irf i Girl W (lit the EwOoniniTrt I d Wir fift.; ;