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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TWENTY Five YEARS ON THE JOB which position lie 31 111 service ol Uhluuo, Rock Is- JACOB L. DOUPE, chief surrwer. land and Pacific Railway as general C. P. K. Liuw.-was born In Toronto, 1S67. clilnlrt. C. P. II., Winnipeg, and la ud St. and Bruce Railway, To- with an o5ke at Montreal, University of Manitoba In 1SST. year bo was appointed lit lii the employ ot the C. P. H. at He eotered lie Cuiadlau Haclflc Rail district paa-engcr at" lloeton. is Toronto; 18B7-1890 held the way nrvlct as assistant engineer on charge ot thb New England tnd Maritime provinces. ot the New TiTUoawlcVt Railway CAUGHT HUN SUBS Portsmouth. N.H.. May shir.- pluff circles today a report was current thai Uio llritisu bad early April a flol'llu of Ueriaiin oubuiarinc-a bound on a kiostllo lo tan shores. Thli report without fur- ther itaUHs was Ealil to Inve cotno from H.TI ofliicr of a iruns-Ailantlc wlio waa said to have heard ol it from sources in toueU vri'.h. iho lirillsli ad- miralty. Calgary. May Hall, vfcc- president-of liio CiiuaJiau rai-iflc. Railway met members ut Hie minere1 executive, ivLo are in Cat aficrcoon Inst nlglit. He made tentative suggosllons to Iho hut no di'Tinitc decisions were arrived at. In ite mean- time both eld OB say Uieru Is nothing ntw In the Mr. Hall vreui to Edmonton last U. Irvine of Indianapolis, Inler llonal rcpresfiitalivi'. has arrived to ailvlse tho district ottic-jals in conuec I Ion u-itb the mvl a (clop ruin has received from Juhu T. International nrosidc-ul, in which lie Btates thai the will have1 to inako as many motive foreman, Montreal-, 1S38 to 1501, locomotive foreman, Toronto; to IMS. master mechanic, baVe Superior Division, NortL Bay. Ont: 1S03 to IM9, master mechanic, Oa. ferlo Division. Toronto; 1W9 to 1914, BiRstw meOiaatc, Manitoba DKlslon, Winnipeg- Shwft te lias assistant eupcriDlciuleoi of Iiower, AC1-1 Is Si riding Along Big Patriotic Sale For May 2-1 (From Our Own CorrcaDonJenl) May Onr monthly ol Irade mcctlue wag held yea- and some Interesting InlorDia- "tlon was lorlhcoralng. We shall have ari'aEent al tlio depot the first -veek V1n June and for certain before which will help the town rcry considerably. The road north ol town over Ihe mile Coulee will bo llxcd during the next fctf" days. Municipal Kail. We understand Ihal wo arc to have R municipal hall. Thai will aurcly he a 16 lhc townspeople and larnicrs in'our dlslrlcl. Most of Uie seeding Is dono and the 5 hs'.i alter Uve board ot Uade mccliiiE and the results of the work- ings ol the dUIercnt, committees was. very cncournEmg. We "already" have over JI.CKX) [jroiuiscd and by ihc 21th we hope la have over lu cash and In the way ol amusements, we arc. liaving a baseball game, Hzlknm vs. Foreni03t, and a bis dance in the evening.. Everybody lias -come. fur- Ward with a good heart and we have had somo splendid donations, horses, cattle, hogs, chickens, oats, wheat, ill kinds of merchandise, needlework, lumber and cash. hll w two. A is a good shower Or aEe. is being built, by Messrs.- aiio II to -ISs 50, and .will be_an up-lo-dato Garage In every They will also carry some good machinery ngtnclcs as Tell HS a gcort IlttC of cars. still haro an. opening for a- iRTge rooming house. nrO Kttting o very else that goes (o make a town, hut cauital seem to line up a room Ins IIOUEC and Uicro Is the best optming in Southern _Alherln right' 1 here. In a month >-e shnll have Lhrcc general alorea, hardware two lumber two HVcry harna, fuur tloystorn, pool hall, garagn, butcher shop, (aflor shop, har- ness shop, two hlnclfsmllha, station agent and a b'nnk, which Is some progress in three months. Vfo are having some prominent 'speakers, who -will address the palh- behalf of the Patriotic-Fund, Hcrl Cross, and Returned Soldlera. Several lartles nre having refresh riicnt bobllis and all the proccctls'will bo. turned over lo the patriotic fnnd and Oicre will, he plenty to cat anjl drink even if wo do liav'c the largo crowd ,we expect- Our weekly patriotic meeting on helialt of iiaio ofl 24, "Hsl" .Morgan, who came lo uritlge aliput a year opened up the Lelhbridgc left yesterday for lUe coast wilh his wife and family find will .apcnd sgmc months there recuperating from a ncrrous hrfinkdpWD. Mr. Morgan had seen otfeied manflgcrsnlp ol a nrgc concern In U. C. but was unable Lo accept Ihc position at present, owing to Jila health. He lopes, however, that lie will be back of the Co. lias been taken over -by Mr W. Ilealop, vho has been connflctcd ivllh J.elh- ivliolcsalc circles, for amimber of years Ottawa, Slay official confir- mation cau be obtained hero of iho report that Iho Uovcrtmu'iil ivill In- 11reduce legislation this session pro gambling on race tracks tlur- [Joe (be period of war. I While recommcnilatioiis to this cffecl, made by the deputation which availed upon the Rovcrnhieni yes tor- hlay ivlll rcctlTO the conslilcrallon of Ilio BovernniciU, II Is luo uarly to state definitely what ottton is likely to li. ir.ken. Ucv. Ur. Shearer, Itcv. T. A Moore and Mr. Ucorgc WarLurlo ol the Social Reform movemeni. who saw Sir Robert privately arc under stood, however, to Lp pretty well sal is fled in at liic fiovtrnmcnt act. What the Press Agents Say AT THE ORPHEUM Even though the biidden chaogo 01 weather caused ific summer (oggorj to take a back scat ft Old not cool the ardor of the Orpheumitcs, they were Iliere ;is Cornmciu today anil Tor (lie balance ol tbc week "The Rose ot Panama1' "be ilia allratHou. A musical farce comedy brim lull of laugh iirovoklng lines ami side-jDllilltis comedy situations One laugli fellows anoilicr Jn rapU successiun and you are kepi In ivon- (IcrmcuL as lo how U can all end. veil balanced picture program wil be offered in conjunction, fncluding tlie big live-reel Ilcd Fcalhcr fealure "Girl of the Eleventh or Liberty and hvo good comedy rrea tions, wilb Peck's Had Hoy lor day's special The capacity of UJG Qrplieurn doubllcfs be tat cd for the next (hrce days. AN ASSISTANT CENSOR GETS THREE YEARS London, May 15. A sentence or three yenrs1 penal servitude met- ed out lo au assistant censor of cahlee ltay H.-Mr. letter (o Premier Lloyd 45-years Of age. The case, which was crpts on LehalE Irish parly the the first of Us kind in the war, was held in. camera.'. The prisoner was AT THE EMPRESS If. U, DuranL's play. "March's Birth day lias Leon turned (o screen uses uy Hlucblrd t'liolopluys Tnc.. and ivlll L'OiifUlulc the atlraclio aL the Kniprcss theatre on Friday an Saiurclay when "Bluebird Day" Is a celebrated. pretties! o Hluoblrd stars, will share the aclJn and advertising honors witli Tlupcr Julian, who directed the feature; Iron E. J. Cawson'i Thrilling ai venture, exciting scenes and sens; tional episodes rill keep the emullon ol film fans thoroughly stirred fro: the interesting start to the liappy en> ing of an altogether engaging pholi plav. Last lime "Tbe Innocence of Li tonight. proposal for "asscnihlins a lion o[ Irishmen of all parties for Ihe! found Ruiliy of sending to' a friend purpose of producing a scheme of i what lie ulls ol inlorma- Irtsh self ihc conill- lion." The frfeniJ comraunlcalcd the i Ihsl the basis on vrhlcli the con- information, to others. vcntlon is lo bo called is such as ensure. (Jut IL is fully and fi'rly ren- resentativo of Irishmen of-.all-.croecls, interests anil parties and- secondly, thai- the convention be summoned without delay, i GOVMTEN1PIG A 'S.I S. Dltnham, Tlcc-prestdent of the U. A., lias received a wire from Hon. Martin llurTCII. minister o[ ag- riculture, in nnsv.'cr to liis calling nt- n liarness soon. The uranngersWp jtcnllon to the (wl Before leaving .the cl r. Mor- gan was presented ivllh' a gold head- ed cane by the travellers and the sUff ot the "Merc7. best Wlshes'of tlie nany Irtenils' lie in jridce and the south country will fol- c-w Jtr. Morgan In whatever new ilcld or endeavor he may. choose lo follow. i, MS outrite arc closed down all over Southern Alberta owing to lack ol oill. Hon. Mr. Ilnrrcll stales that !ms the CTJES-. .Ion of the co'al strike under advise- nciiL and is doing cverylhine joss- blc to bring about n settlement. COMPLIMENTS OF AUTHOR W. D. IJfhHaU. K.C., of Montreal. honorary secretary of the Canadian Union ot Municipalities, has a criti- cism In Iho Munfclpa! Journal ot Pro- fessor Mayor's vlows on public ownership ot telephones In Manilolja. .Mr. Llehthall received ft 'cftnyot the boofc condemning Ihe man lier In which the ayElcm had been ail- lnlsrnrfd. "On the first fly-its? wag pasted a printed slip bearing the words' With (he compliments of. the says Mr. LlBlllhall. envelop, how- Publishing company, snd the Voril 'personal' In but not In Pro lessor .Mavor'a handwriting. I rernov ed the postage slainps from the" ca ever, bore Hie Impilni of Hie velope and uollcc that they bore ,Lwo largo letter? rnade by n pcrforfil Ing machine. These letters were -I3.T.' The conclusion-was Irresistible -Tho mystery was'solved. The work liad been mailed from Ihe Toronto of flees of Iho Uoll Telephone comprTny The source of Ihe work was cletri III objects were also dear; Ilioy n tro' Iho oljjccts of Iho company. And not soj much of Iho ncll Company .of Canada, but of thst Hie-' American Hell comnnny, of which it Is pracllc- nlly a lirniicli. Wo were on familiar ground, fl la (iiiltc evident whose were tho so culled facls nnii ruibllnhcil rfnciimr-nls, anil by whom they liad been Inscrlod In conlomporflry I'rJipcrs. during Ihg early of Ihe .coinmnr with the nnblle of Tliose who hart hutl relMionn (lie system were none other than Bell company officials; the conclusion Is nol far aslrny thai the con- siderable mass of privately collected authprltatlve data wia ammunition Bomcono connected will; company of Kg fights nl Ilial time." LETHDfllDGE MARVELS AT ASTOUNDING ST9RV Local people marvel al this stoiy of a.lmalueas man: "I had lo cjult because ol Bloinach catarrh. Every- thing 1 ate lermenled ana1 sourea. DicV- ing dW no'good. Finally 1 tried buck- Uiora bark, elyceritie, etc.. DS mixed In Adlcr-i-ka. ONE helped me BEcausc'Adlcr-i-ka Ilnsties IV.c BXTIIXE alVracnVary Iratl Jt relieves ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gaa and prevents np- Iiendlcltls. It- lias QUICvKEST acllon o[ TV'O ercr D. Higin- boUiam Co., pruggisla, Lelh- brid aeni ent. GROCERY SPECIALS PHONE 1766 Rhubarb. 5 (fas. for EKlrw.' Apples. No. 1 nice juicy red apples. Also Yellow New- Ions. Friday and Salur- n CA day only- Box 20 Ib. Sack of 6. C. Sugar and 3 bars ol Gold Soap lor nA cash Per tin .1... Egg Noodles. This Is a. very fine macaroni. Regular 20c pkg. Special Z for EgBs, 2 for................... Sun Ammonln Powder Per pkg.............. Royal CroWn Soap, Per pkg.......-...... 3 tins for .......v...... Taplof a, Per pound............ GrafJt Juke, per bottle 2Sc and Great Tobacco 3 pkgs. for.......... Wheat 'Straw Crgarelle Papers, 7 pkgs. for Cream Candy, Mixed. Regular 40c. Special per ni- .25c .25c 25c 75e' 10c> Z5c Nibob and Donalco Coffee. Reg- ular We pound Special Wftsion's Thin Sodat, lOc pkg. Special 3 packages for ..._. ..40c Regular 25b AT THE MAJESTIC Six ads of clever and v vSllc constitute the offering of 11 Kelley-Laync Hippodrome Vaudovil Road Show, which will play Ihc 51 Jcstic theatre' tomorrow (Friday) an Saturday nighls, with a special raa inee nn Saluiday. aflernoon at 2.3 Loring Kellcy and comrany will 1 seen in a Terr classy comeUy aci, "His Xfght Oul." The character irapDrson- aLlona of Altred T. lAyne ara a fea- ture. Belty Harrows, r.lil" assisted by associate players xnll he seen in tab- loid musical comedy. Another feature Ing ot Miss Daisy D'A.vrat sweet voic- ed soprano, who will he heard in old lime melodies, and operatic selections. All told the Kclley-Layne offering is an absolutely guaranteed attraction, and vflll offer novel entertainment lo those who go lo the Majestic this week end. AT STARLAND Tourneur Lhe accomplished nrlist, Tourncur finished actor. Tournour tbc capable; slage producer. Those vcrc thu tlircc refutations achieved jy the monalcr-ilircctor ol Mnry Pick- [onl'a Art craft jiiclure, "The IVidc of HID which is ihc allracdon extraordinary at. Starlfliirl. Thai Tournour'a training in these arls has conlriliitcfl largely lo 'his success as classics Is Ion glass Jars. Per Jar 2 pounds for........... Kririkle Corn Flakei 3 for Pure Jarn, King Beach -Branrf. Per tin......, Strawberry and Black Currant, Tin .VTTi.. 25c 25c- 75c 80c 50c WE DELIVER T6 ALL' PARTS OF THE CITY NORTH TRADING CO. SUPINA t. 3ONI PROPS. 230 13TH STREET N. .dlrQClnr or .reiullly apparent. Each WITH THE FRUITY FLAVOR The next best thing to eating luscious ripe fruit is to taste the flavor of that wonder gum Adams Califor- nia Fruit Gum. CANADIAN CHEWING GUM CO. LIMITED vocation he learned Trom the very bE- ginning mid irlth characlcn'sUc persis- tency climbed to liio top. As a direc- tor of the client drama ho llns aclile'v.- cfl an enviable reputation and Iliat many artistic surprises may be cd in "Tne Pride of Hie Clan" goes without sayitifr. On Friday ami Saturday, George'Be- banf who cmlearcd lilmsclf to tlie peo- ple of Lcthbndgc in Ills excellent por- trayal or Hie llalian omlgranl, in "Pas- will be seen again in a similar play, "ills Sn-celhenrl." FRiDAY AND. SATURDAY FAMOUS PLAYER3 PRESENT GKOKGE "BEBAN IN 'HIS SWEIiTIIEAKT" ALSO WHAT LONDON SAW AT 2 A.M., SEPT. Cartoon on SKow- ing the Destruction of a Zeppelin. LAST TIMES TONIGHT ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENTS 3IA11Y PIOKFQKD IN "THE OF THE CLAN" Seven Reals SCOTCH FLEMING SCOTCH MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA Admiitlon: Adults 2Sc, Children 15c TODAY HA3RIS AND fJROY'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY PRESEMTINQ "The Rose of Panama" A SCREAMING FARCE COMEDY SPIClAL PICTURE PROGRAM INCLUDING THE RED FEATHER 'hV- 'FEATURE j OF Tllll CUI8IS" Mxtinecipally: Frkei. Children 10c; Adulti 35c Evinlng Prleei: Children tic; An'uiU SOe PMPRESQ TONIGHT IOC LAST TIMES -IBc A Mary Miles Winter in "The Innocence ofiizette" "Lovely Ml Aelrew Llvei the Girl Wilh the Imtlnot, Ahw L-KO Komtdy jBdItilMf r MAJESTIC FRI.-SAT. I TOMORROW MAY ISih and Jflth THE KELLEY Hippodrome Vaudeville Road Show fi Classy Ads 6 AN ALL-STAR UP TO THE MINUTE GUARANTEED AT. TRACTION, S NlflhU Z5c.' Me We tti. Mlt: AdulO tOe ;