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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 23, 1917 TJIK LETHBHIUUfc ROYAL YEAST E.W.OILLETT COMPANY UMTIE) 4IFVO TORONTO. ONT; Otllwi, liltj- 16 HUCBllott by E. M. MacDoualil In (lie CcTmmoni Ilili'atteraoon, sir Edward Kemp, cjlnlsler of rollltJa said Hut It not rropojpa to release (he sol- tUcrs In CAmp for farm work as was rtoac year; owing lo Iho illtllcuU rendition prenllhir. Sir Edward cl- Itigi (bit year there flro com irarallvrij soldiers In mill most of them have been ndTlscd that they may shortly be sent overseas Under the cfrcunislnuccs. he laid It not considered advisable lo ecat- tcr the rcmatnfriE men ItiroUKhoul the countrjr. When ttvo second raiding oC Uw liud gcL resolution" vaa taken- up. Hon Fraift Oliver rose to ipeaV. Ho aji uounced Uial when proposed be wouli move an amendment calling for till tarllt revision" of which he lii'J glvei notice. Mr. Oliver said the Jmporlan queelloD ta whelter the. people of the country ale going to be snle Lo cam HID present and future, burdens o taxation. Immense revenues wen being raised because, of the abnormj -which prevaU. If the grca tiaslc Industries such as asrteuUure fishing and lumber arc being dwarlc by pur present methods of flnflncln] Eome change should he brought abou Ton much revenue, he said, was boin, raised'from customs and not en from excess profits. Only Clt PC cent! had been raised lii the latte way, Ihls'wis nol equlUMe. Mr. Oliver estimated that durtn the past th'rce years, laxation ha been Increased by In ad Wind Up Your Holi- day Right BY ATTENDING THE JIC10RIA.DAY DANCE IN THE SONS OF ENGLAND HALL May 24lh '.CLASSY MUSIC FOUR PIECE ORCHESTRA Dariclng From 9 Till I. Admlislen CmU Ladles Free tlon the coEt of IWlnp had Increased uce 1910 by 50 per coal. Speaking Western Canada, Mr. Oliver said at production bocn retarded by c present high tariff. Development as he Bald subsequent to e tariff. Anii-ConscripHon Op- position in Kust is Developing.' Quebec, May 3ti league waa formed last ulgbl ID Quebec by young mon between 2 _, ____ ,f auj 3G yefire of ago who UKUSIMK -cadon; May ehikl.ip ol i merchantmen of more than 1COO ons Is reported In Hie weekly shill- ing sUlcmonL Nlne'VQfiscli ol less ian 1COO tons and three fishing vea- els also were sunk. I he before last ID St. I'lcrre Mar- iet place. Officers and Wlnnlpes, May; was an- nounced loday at the headqimriers ot nllUary .district No; 10, thai Instruc- tors have bceu received lliat DO mure nen shall ber'Elgried on for Canad- an lorcc authoTked aboul wo months In Ibis district only 30 men were secured lor this force. Cr.'ee meeUugB lias been lied In (.ie towns around Quebec, "IVe want a referendum or a gen- eral election." satd llio presldeul. "We don't vranl (o RO to Oppovitlon Growing, Montreal, May AgluUon ag- ainst to ba Ing ground steadily iiere. I-ast nlglit there wag an automobile parade with ban n en bearing Inscriptions aa "Down wllb and there also were several in eel lugs at which resolutions were adopted calling up- on Sir Wilfrid Lou Her ID oppose Ihe conscripUoii measure until Ihe mat- ter liad been voted on by Ihc Today placards appeared all over Ilio city such fDscrfLHfoHB as conscript "Please wabc uii." "Let ua change vhc and the Ilka. A agsoctatlou call- !ES llselt "Tho ConslItutlonalistB" Is behind a meeting wlilch Js to be held In I.a Fontaine Park and another meeting under tlic auspices of the Social Democratic parly will be held this evening to voice objection lo A parade which was or- iginally !o protest against the high of living aud whlch'Is lo be held tomorrow appears likely to develop MLEINI Calgary. May 23.--Alter thla morn-, Jng's session ol the pulley t-ommlltco ot district IP, United Minn Workers ot America, Ilia following telugraui was eenl lo Hon. T. V. Cruthers. minister ot labor: "Having read your Blate- raont lu the house en Monday that the coal strike would be Rclilctl In forty- eight hours the pulley committee of dlBirlcL JS, IJ.5JAV. oT A.. rcspctttully Inform you they have DO tnforroailon of any move of tint kind and being the only body aultiurlieJ by the men on filrlke to negotiate a Rcttleinent they arc the only parlies who can lhc> eaine." The message was signed by Graham, itresUUnl ot the uulon ant] chairman of the iwlley comn.Utee- ADVANCE CASH FOR CATTLE Winnipeg. May provincial government today decided lo advance money lo farmers who have good lurc and proper surroundings go as lo enable (Uenx to tmichasc slackers al the stock yards fii Winnipeg and take these animals back to the farm. INCREASE NUMBER OF INTERSTATE COMMISSION Washington, May bill ID increase the membership oT the )n- ersLate commerce commission from seven to nine members anil allowing them to divide Inlo Eecllons for the ex- pediting of business was passed lo- diy In the senate ivllh an amend- ment by Senator Smith of Georgia, providing tbal the whole commission st-Give a and confirm freight rale lacrcases before they be- come effect ire, A similar bill Is ding in the ho.uae. What the Press Agents Say Into, a. conscrlpLlon" llon. Elaborate jilftns also are under way for lha maaa mecllbs ar.upunced (or tomorrow night near Mayor Mar- tin's residence. A crowd Js ex- peclftd on -account Q! Us a holiday. SEA RAIDER AT LARGE. York, Mar Uiat the Uritlsh naval authorities sus- irecLed (hat t German sea raider es- caped from a'German port aud was at large-was brought fa'America today by an arriving Itelglin relief: steaTn- CAPTURE 6WEDE BOMS i CopenlmgeD, .via Ixindon; ?Ipy Three Swedlsh-'iaLearaere tte Lizzie, the Gocla and the'iiKell, have beon la ben IQ a Qerman according to 'advices from Stockholm. AT THE EMPUESS lUclmrd Benncll, one of the best nown acLora ,iu America, and Jlhea lltcbell, 'ode b'f the cleverest ingenues n tUe slagc, arc ECCU at Ihclr best n a remarkable new feature produc- lon of (he American- "Tho lUdcd at the Empress (D- ,lghl. lor In this five-reel drama Dennett Is given lull opporluiiily ID lay original character con- eptlona and Miss Mitchell the cbancc he loves lo flil rapidly between rave and gay to a symmetrical Ho- le. Dennell Is cast in the charac- of John Slocum, scton of a weal- and arlstacralic Jamily, the heir London, May first'dc- lachmint of U.S. army unrfer the command Major Par- sone, arrived in London this even- ing. The second unit of the Anierican. hoepUal corps has reached Great Britain, rlveil last WOUNDED ARRIVE .May A slilp irWch _. landed soldlere, iucliullne twenlj-sli co They left on special Irains for Ihe west this alternoon." The officers Include, Lteutenants. Allen, Cal G: B. MH Edmonton; Major' Clarite, TJIE MUNICIPAL HOSPITALS ACT TOTAL CASUALTIES TO DATE Oltin-i, JIaj- 23.r-.Today'3 nonn casually llsl of 213 nnmcs brings (ha lolsl since Ajiril 3 to 22.00C. NOTICE! of IxMbridgc Lfldgc No. 2, K. of P. ;inil A'isitiiig Ifrcjhreii. 'Are requested to be present at the P.YTHIAN CASTLE HALL On THURS., MAY 24th two p.m. for the of attlttihg In Inttltutlng Nobleferd Locfgt, K. of P., inrf eonfirring rinkt on the There will also he, n IMccling at 8 p.m., after which a Social Time will be held. BY ORDER OF THE LODOE How to Incorporate a Hospital Dijtric: and Provide for Operation of a Hotpital. MM? May 25 26 .THE COLoiSAL PHOTODRAMATIC JE8SEL. LA4KY THE ADORABLE FAKKAK IN CECIL B. DE MILLE'S ENORMOUS PRoaUcflON Of 'JOAN THE WOMAN' (Screen 2 36 OWN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Bfftcfc Sfiadow Box flelfllan Mlrrfiroid 'tureen "A 3CATS AT AftSINIBOtA i: ITlCfH VJ, ,Z.'l MUSIC STORE bout the value o[ hard work in abllshinE appreciation of the Amcr- can dollar which do not accord with he younger man's dlllctantc social lieoriet. aod Under the Municipal Hospitals Ac passed at Ihc recent Session ol Ih Legislature, Lhc Minister of Munlclpa Affaira is aulhorized to dtrlde Ihe Province into Hosj'Hal Districts. He Js also charged wlUi Ite supplrlng plans, specifications, csllm ales, advice on sites and managemen and such other assistance as he mai "be aWo to glTe. The bringing Int existence of a hospital depends upon initial! vo ol the people. "Alien onV one inuncfpality IK concerned, ill lha Is necessary to initiate' notion pctfllpn signed by twenty-five elector ard the municipal coiin When more than one. council the consent ol the othc council or councils [3 necessary, a well as the petition from Ihc doctor within the municipality. The prelim Inary. work being done, the coiinc ahnll appoint 2. hafyital boord. In th case. or one municipality under taivi tlic work, the uoard ,atiaU consist hreci Tncmbera of the council a nice electors outside the coiincl there nre two municipalities J he proposed district each council sh'a appoint three representatives, one he- n memuor or the council, electors not councillors. Wncn the KilnliiienU arc made thu sent to the Minister who names" a con- venor end the rtaco and dale of meei- ng for orcanlzailon. The board" baa power To npnolnl such officials as be necesaary lo fli the amount or rc- To determine Lhn site and arMuge for purchase of To arrango for Ihc ncqulrlnff or erection or a suitable building; To make arrangements with any ex- fslfng hosnUnl, preferred lo mi tier- (afcc the csEahllshmcnl end rhalnfcn- ancc of a separate fnsUtuUon; To tngflgo mcdlcnl nraoUtlonera and nursea; To for hogpi the prci'iiraOon ot estimates, etc., the municipality prftvliilng (ho as for other municipal enterprises, "The levy tor cajillal expenditure snail not lie higher Ihan two rnllli 6n the dollar, As soon as the plans arc npnroVed tho Minister of Municipal Affairs, the council shall prepare a by-law for Gulinilariton lo tho electors whtch inuui he voted on within Ilireo monlhs. For full Information as to hoW lo fcr range Tor and. conduct H Hoapltnl under this Act, apply! to ticputy Minister of Municipal Latest AT THE OHPHEUM the.-" biggest mid best pro- rammes of the season is scheduled >T lltla popular amusciucnV house Ith which to round out the laat half of The Pretenders, a Metro feature in five parts the' headUucr for he oho of Hie hosLinterestlnlr pictures produced In some' Ume. X Tonight the -College AVlrto'v "-'H make her noal appearance and will he replaced tomorrow by Murnhy'3 :Myuc Out, and it's sdfne night. Jlurphy Is wined and dined and is lead the pace that. Mils. Sweeney .triea lo help hlni but but really gels him deeper In the mire. Pale, and Murphy registers the customary vow, never again. Murphy's Night out Is aeries of laugh provoking complica- tions and I'K sure to prove the lilt oE AT STARLAND At Starland will bo shown oi.6 of the pictures ever shown Rt thfs popular theatre. In "The Gol- den Sir. Reid Is seen aa a young mining engineer has come to seek hla fortune. Anita King Is a NTcw England school ttacher who Is suddenly (Imist mlo the turmoil and enietil of a "western rooncy which she has invested In a worthless mbi3 J? returned to her and steel handcuffs which her to the man she( loves arc turned Into fetters'of gold. Is brought about lu a most dramatic and srlpjilng manner. In the cast BupfforLlng Miss and Mr. Reid are Tully Marenall, ler Lone. C. II. Gcldert, Guy Oliver, Fay ton, Mrs, Lewi a McCord- and others. On Ihc same pill will alEo be shown a scream ot a comedy calculated to make any- one-laugh. AT THE MAJESTIC Charles Grainllch, tho principal comedian with '.'Llllle Mfss fnno- ccnce" musical .comedy, with Its bevy of besutlfiil bcwUcJtJiip girls, will br> he Attraction at the MsjefUc Hicalre onlght anil (trice tomorrow (Thurs- day, Victoria Mr. Grnmllcli, has been Identified or'many season's irlth somo of tJm ilghesL class niualcnl comedies lour- ng tho Stales. In this lip lakes a comedy character role, the part he- ng along tho lines of a leld dramatk cliaracler, suffJclciitl} ,'crsaUllicd to nuke audience ijiigu or cry at the same lime. He has icrsonally selected his cast end hfts siirroiindcil hlmscU Ihe WD! n musical comedy performers Illsnclie Wilcox, lato niovlr.E Jskluri Mnr ol the Fox Film Palme lines direct from B Uroatlway Pro diicllon, Oco. Totlera, Thos. Kind lay vy Cooper, Irien Hardy, Hazel Joyce atwl a real ftcaalr chorus of' clave girls.- I To litve been leading man for Alls Farrar, noted Amcrtoa prlma donna, during an cngagcmcTi or six yet never to liftvo n tared with her on the Ilio rernarkaolc experience of Beneficial and sweet meet ''After every meal" Sealed Tight Kept Right! The Flavour Lasts JP2 PARAMOUNT. PICTURES J. L. LASKV PRESENTS-' ANITA KING AND WALLACE.REID IN ALSO A' GOLDEN FETTER" The Wonderful Star Fannie Ward IN "A 'Gutter In Affte. go to perpetuate her nrt as an act- ess by appearing before lha motion Iclure' chose ns her Irsl play a filmed version o[ "Car- men.11- Mri'.nelfl, then one ol the leading men at tlic Lasky was- selected for the heroic ole of Don Jose. Later during llio flnie summer hg appeared in principal uiiporl uE Mlaa Fnrrar in "Maria Ilosa." V When, the 'noted opera singer, vho ..aa'becn America's leading actvess, wen I to CalUornia last mer to make a picture version oT the Blory-of Joap'of Are, It was nt her wn Cecil II. DeMlllc, the iioducer Mr. again .o the-rolo4of Ihc hero. Tho 'Urn, (ho Woman." will ita presented -'at .the Majestic on Friday anil SptiiVday next. May 25tli 'ZGlli, accompanied by .a'bis aym- rij- orchestra. TODAY HARRIS AND PROY'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY j PRESENTINO "Ihe Coilege Widow" A SCREAM FROM START-TO FINISH f Tliur.-Fii-SiiX. "'Mnrpliy's Night Out." A B13 Melro'FealOre in Five Parts "THE PRETEHDER." Hatlrce Daily: Children 1Ccj Evening Prices: Children ?5c; Adulti'SM Relj. t.nshy film slari. Jllfs Kornir decided a rear iitlleelil Tnninht X W ThiiPQ IliUl Pi E WHIRLY, GIRLY, FOX-TROTTY, SYNCOPATED, MUSICAL OIRLS GIRLS QIRLS UHLE MISS INNOCENCE WITH A WONDERFUL COMPANY INCLIJOINa CHAS. CHARLIE CHAPLIK OF 1 THE STAGE-ANO BLANCHE WILCOX IN THE TITLE ROLE. iSOiVG IIITS-21 Vrlmm Nights.....25'J, GREAT StNGINO CHORUS (No Higher) Miltincc I... 50c and 25c FAMOUS MALE QUARTETTE CGORQEOUS.COSTUMES AT THEATRE BOX OFFICE NOW i PMPRESQ TONIGHT lOcAISc Richard Bennett in "M l; AjjiilfrtM 'IM Q1K cdmes forward with 3 25t prorfuclion a I rio advaiict prlcef. No milter h'aif fli" m