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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAY 28, l'J17 THE LETHBRIDGR itElULD PAGE FTVB What the Pnss Agents Say New May Conclusion that tho United Stated must "strike .Germany through the lias been reached hy tho government's aircraft productlou and the nero club ot America as a result of a meeting attended by officials ol tlio .two or- ganizations Washington, It was an- nounced horo today by Alltn li. lUivv- Jcy, ot Iho aero dun. Enleule aud American military authorities. Mr. llawloy nro agreed "that tlic addition or 10 CM .nvlalors .today lo the Allies' present aerial force.1; would Insure blinding German batteries and preventing Ger- man aviators from conducting opera- tions orer or ooar tiio Allies' lines. Having readied thU understanding It vas stated Involves air raids on a large scale1 against Germany, the aero club announced It would luake efforts to get In and train thousands of aviators and planned to effect thb uianufacluru of lens ol thousands of airplanes of dlftereal types for training, bomb dropplug, tlllery spotting, -sighting and martuc dcslroylng. AT THE EMPRESS At tho KmprcsV topltlH K1ULO) Wliclen will be seen In splendid Metro production In -five en- tilled, "Thn rrelcndsrj." On tiie samo program will' be, flveu a Uvo- recl comedy, full ot laughs, entitled "Horrors ot a Turkish llalh." AT THE MAJESTIC Tbo Ullic.'ns Baby Dolls aro the eature attraction wltli Kd. Arm- Irong'e hie 15" Rovue Follies of Pleasure" which' comea to Ilio Mijosllc for tonletil, Tuesday aud iVcdnesday. Headed by Rd. Armstrong himself, !he company of twcniy-sis people give musical comedy stands uneiiuallcd. Tue Dancing Uaby -lp cieate a furore everywhere. Spctlal scenic and electrical eflccla letutify Ilio production, and the most extensive wardrobe ever seen Is c feature. There will he. but one per. formiuco Lightly >l 6-30.. The show comes direct to: Lellibrldge from a splendid engagement In Portland and San Francisco. SENTENCE BELGIAN OFFICIALS TO JAIL via Mndon. May -The dales that the burgo. of HolUforl. liclgiuu. ami Deputy I.rnicuri.-Il, of Mnissels, haro c'jr.deiuncn lo Imprisonment In a for nliio-iil'.- twelve months Irj dclivor to the (ionium .pit supplies I AT THE (DRPKEIIM lllnRford Ulograplr wllli a lot of nerve anil no caplUI, tries lo promote the world's greatest 'moving picture studio; hires'a real .princess as bis loading lady. Murphy, nnd Sweeney bobble along wllh barrels of money and aflcr many laugh-provoking slunls aro pulled .Murjihy and Sweeney aro Inveigled Inlo going inlo tlie movie Knino and right Ihore Is where Mul- doon's Picnic starts. It's simply a riot of lun, otie laugh provoking situation afior another. In it Is just one combustion. From rise lo IHE CANADIANS Says Drilish Offensive on at End, Hut Guns Slill Husy Canadian Ileadcruarlers In France, May (Uy tbo Canadian Overseas has II thai Ihe itaiECr recently vlslled Dounl anil addressing a gatberlug ot officers ot troops holding the line announced that tlie llrlllsh offensive In the region of llio Scarpo was at an end. Tlie Kaiser is a good lalker. but had his officers taken Iilui oul to Av ion. Merlcourt and Acncvllla and other points east of S'ltuy, whore tlie Ger mao defenses aro i.-rumbling under steady fire of Canadian guns, bo mlgh not have been BO dogmatic. Our aviators report that Industrious Germans are far from confident o their ability lo hold the Mcrlcourt-Op- uy line New systems are being iak out belilnd ft on which It is believed the Urltlsh prisoners are being em- ployed. Three Canadian prisoners. Ihe first In a considerable lime, were obtained In an cxloiulrc enemy raid opposite Achcvllle. early Ibla morning. Ger- mans raided after a heavy barrage. Aboul Iwo o'clock some two hundred came over and attacked. Our casu- alties were very llghl, while Ihc ene- my left a cumber of dead in front of our lines aud some prisoners ot the Fifth Prussian Foolguards. IRDBERT.WARWICK "THE, ARiGVLt I _ _ aBgotgipuniais At Slarland Wednesday and Thursday Cnuadlan Infantry are creaUy enloy- frrnhly jjrlnSed Inl; a iiowder that mlecs 1L 14 Ilio height of nngruvlug. 'THE FOLIJTES OF BIG SCENIC PRODUCTION CHEAT; ELECTRICAL EFFECTS AT STARLAN1J Tlio story lo.ills at Slarland loillghl and lomorrow, was especially written tor the star, llayakatt-a..by Paul. Wcsl and i prepared 'for the- scrten by Georgo )ubols Procter.''' Ilbandah, heir to ho Maharajah, sent to Oxford to M educated and Ihen returning mar- ries hla betrothed. ,th'e -Princess N'ada. Before lie him an amulet to bring him back in safety. Al the although popular 'wilh'lne men, lias nothing lo do' wllh Ihe Vo'merT. Finally, Amy flirts willl him and Eccurcs the amulet', tlhandah- realizes Ihe joko and returns to India and fll the dcalh bed'of his father, rows io rebel ag- ainst, the English. liu' captures Dick Lairlmer, English .officer lo whom the English girl Is .engaged, .and ;how an inevit- able outbreak'- J.4; prevented and lie --hla .betrothed, nany a: -wonderful society arid the QrleuialittirpugliouL' i Ottawa, May. royal society 26 PEOPLE POPULAR PRICES 300 Good SeaU at 300 Good Stati 'at 200 Goad 100 Gocd Seats at 25c 50c 75c ot the villagers. Improvement in liie submarine con dttlons greatly heartens the men. whc by means of London papers, are able to closely follow the LOMOND (From Our Correspoiulciill Lomond, -May Beckett alriting Mr. Adams' McLmlghlln gar- EMr Tcskey says (hat, last week's rain will make the len auto- mobiles au easy job. Ttie foundation for STRICKEN in IHE sp Completely Bsslored To Health By S32 ST. YALIER Kr., MOJCTBKAL. "In 1912, I BIS ill willi Acute Stomath Ttvidlf 2nd dropped.lii the- street. I uas treated by several physicians for neiiU- two yclrs, and my weight dropped from 22j pounds (o LOO fjouads. TSicn several of my friends advised me to try "Fruit- a-tives'V to alinyll u-itfi tht first destt and Ijy using I recovered from llic dU-trtsiing Stomach anil all 'I'lin 'anj Constitution vtcro Noir I neigh 503 p'ouods. I cannot praise "1'ruit- enough's II. WHITMAN'. box, C for f2.SO, trial siie, 25c. At ill dealers orscnt postpaid by FruiV- a-lirefi Limited. Ottawa. BtarlllnB .am, f-asky Com- of Canada at here elected -the following J. w; Ixmgley, Toronto, W. D.- Llghltiall. Tice-pirefildeni; Duncan Campbell hon- orary C. Cordon Hew- itt, Ottawa, honorary treasurer.. A now electric dental' engine run'a on either dlrc'cl'or alternating current or, on lhal supplied where no other.supply "61 electricity Is available. ATTRACTION, WEONESDAY-THURSDAY ROBERT in Admiwlon Adults IDc Mrs. Slark's house in town is completed. The Ilicketl and llunro liouses hare been ruslied ahead and now two more line residences speak [or the welfare of our lown. Miss Gladys Hollwrlght has been visiting B'illi Mrs.1 Dave Alunro, The Hollwrisbls will make' their future home In Calgary, wlien his sister and mother returns from'.New York. The fainlly have BeenTpfeldenU of this localily in Ihc pioneer days. Hay llallwflghl has a posillpn wilb the C at Calgary, superintending Irces. We wish' the family success In tlielr.new sphere of life Harry Clark Is one of; the lucky ones with 90 feet of well water: Joe Donnelley drilled Ihe well. Sam Henderson is drawing out his -wheat Ibese days. He has 1500 bush, els drawn out and abo'ul HOO busbela more to.draw. Sam says' the grain wagon Is his now. Our 'baseball leam has sure some lilcher now.'- One. of Ihe :fellows licked up a cs'tdicrjn Lethbrldgs lo male him Wa'lcb, lomonrt n the baseball line. We are ow but when we start, tbe.-pld merTy- will go 'around The growth of iho grass here his beon wonderful, much to the-, liking the slock. The green pastures glre .be country a good name. .A man in this neighborhood -has :cen given the responsibility of giv- ing In'the "riainos'of all-Idlers that.the government .coulrl make .use also llic humrjcr of jobs (hat could'be filled by. women. We. expect s'ral cleanup in the country's causey Cbrls.'Koch-has his engine lo.full capaclly early .and-late, break- up .the virgin ".f1> A few'ih'thls locality have made the Plncher May convpn- lon to appolnl a candidate to contest he Plncher Creek riding was held ly the Non-I'arltsan League here on Saturday afternoon. The chair was occupied by M. A. McGlennlng and A. I. Darrcll was appointed secretary. J. E. Illlllcr was nen'lnaicd and his name xvaa the ouly one put before the convention and was carried by a Etandiug vole of the members. C. In making tlic nomination Elited (bat Ihe object of the Non- PaVtlsan'League was to clean up tho fillh of Iho political parlies. He spoke of Mr llilllir'E past success as secretary of'-lbe L. I. U. and of tlie rcspc'cl in which he was held by the whole tvimmunlli. The seconder, Mi: near, pointed out thai in this case It was the office seeking the man and nol the mar, the office. Mr. Hilllcr took the platform and In a brief speech lhaukcd Ihe members for their expression of confidence ana promised to do bis best If elected lo carry'out the principles of the X. p He bad .found men of both political parlies who u-ere dissatisfied with the way the' affairs of HID prov- ince were run. under the present sys- tem He also slated thai he would work hard lo secure Ihe election but all such work' would be done in a clean manner arid he was perfectly agreeable to .sign, his resignation and Ihe date beirir' left blank could be filled in at an'jtiine throughout and ladies were present In large numbers applause that greeted each point made showed thai they were just as keenly alive to the political situation as were Ihoso of Ihc sterner sex. FRENCH METHODS Paris, May to Inter- petitions on submarine warfEre In Ihe Notice to Farmers The pi-ire of C'ri'iun lias iiilvunml 4c on Sweet Cri'Nin iiuil 2e on sour. PRICES ARE NOW Tor V'aiim! Hultci- Fat Xo. .1 Sweet I3c Xo. 2 Sweet Xo. 1 Sour 38c Xo. 2 Soni' This Is In: highest price In the province. We still pay for each shipment and pay all express charges. Crystal Dairy Ltd, LETHBRIDGE chamber of deputies Rcnr-Admiral La- DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS caze, minister of marine, outlined the QF ENGLAND of defense France lias adopted against undersea bouts. "They cotiEfsl of a system of boats of arming me reliant men will. guns anil fitting them TVUII wireless; of seaplanes, nets, mines, smoke-raising devices and lie said. have 555 laals and J Jiave drawn up a scheme which wEll iii- crcase the figure to 900. "We hRTD 1200 dragnets as as curtain nels aurt 5000 twenty feel float nets wliich iudlcale Ilie pres- ence of submarines. have special bombs for submarines and apparatus Lo Ihrow them." AUSTRALIA GENEROUS .TO RED CROSS Melbourne, Australia, May (Via ReuferVOttawa ectlons in Australia for ilie Ilriti-sli Ilcd Cross for the monlli a'mounled to OF ENGLAND WML Hold a WhistDrive IN THE S. O. E. HALL ON Thur. May 31 Proceeds for Patriotic Purposes Refreshments Admission; Gentlemen 50c Ladies 25c Tickets can be obtained from any member of the Lodge, TODAY HARRIS AND PROVS MUSICAL coMEtiy COMPANY PRESENTING THE SIDE-SPLITTINQ 'Muldoon's Fichiey 1 "V A JOY-CARRIER FROM START JUST LAUGHS AND JOLLY TONES .V, i ttftirm Dilly: 3Sc Chll'drin Kc; Kc mletake of treating. wlieat twfce on account of not sowing some lalcr than oxpecic-d. The look of Ijie fields, show'" difference Vn Cila -account, much Ihlnner than otherwise they would have. Luckily this instance Is rare Ihfg year- IS CHARGED WITH SHOOTING HIS BROTHER if those elected- not satisfied with bis .wort. A mass' meellnc had been adver- tised to be tield at.nlghL at whicb Mr. Weir of .to" appear. As he was unable Creek It was decided hold the meeting and. have addieees by. local men. D. .'chairman, opened Uie meeting, .with' .a. few terse re- marks and criticised the government for'.npt making Act" more ihensive. did not-, go far i to suit him. llo also attack- ed-'trie being br-illlle use tu the men II was meant to' help as Ihe dale of. payment was au'ch as would compel Ihe former lo wheat when the price WES low. Main Iben gave a brief talk dis- slbc the recent legislation and pointed out was good for one farmer was good for nnothcr and yet oh election day It was customary in'the past for farmer Jones to poll vote for bis party while Farmer Smilb. on the next section would vote for i different party. But ho believed Ihe [aimers' weie alive lo the foolishness of party voling anil wns confident thai the voters would poll such a vote on June 1 for the Non- candidate as would he a great surprise lo adherents of the other parlies and would succeed In ele'c-ltng Ibelr candidate In this con- stituency. j. E. flllUar, In a few words repeal- ed his statements of the afternoon and took occasion to rpfnto some jemarka as to. him seeking the nomination. Mr. FVascr- the N. P. organizer, bore oul Mr.: Hllller's stalemenls as regards the.nomination not being n cut and i Halifax, May of JHIlon, N. S., 46 years of age, yet- lerday morning Is alleged-tp hftve tired Ihrco shots fronl-a. 38'cailbro' dried affair and tho meeting closed rith'thrcc cheers for the king. .Tlie meeting was very orderly GRASS U. S. PAT. _ Insure againstDisappointment Demand the CREX p 1 The name C-R-E-X is woven in the edge of girip bicding of the look far it when 1 youjnay protect yourself against disappoint- ment and dissatisfaction. Oean, cheerful, appropriate, durable, eccnom- 'fcal indoors and out the year jost, a few of tbe> things yen can say abort CREX eafer foe cobr-folder or vrifo io ua fr> FREE CREX CARPET 212 FIFTH AVENUE COMPANY NEW TOKK JUDICIAL vSALK OP FAUAI PIJOP15UTY Pursuant tp tho Order Nisi nnd Iho rlnal OrOer for S.G. J.D.C. James Kellry llendtii'son vs. Hoy 'J1. iMckanl. be olfereU for pale, the approbation ol !ho Master of the Supreme Court ol Alberta, by James [todebeck. Auction- at Ihe office of N'tls F. Nelzon, at Ihe of Maybutt (Stirling Sta- lion on iho P. It. In the Province of Alberta, at twelve o'clock noon Standard lime, on Salurttay, (he Mh day of June. A.M. 1017, tho follow- hiK lands aud p rein I sea. namely: Those of North Halt and ot North Hall of South Half of Section 32. Township C, Kange 19. West 4lh I Meridian, shown on plan Irr. I ami Hiercosi markeO, Parcels 6, ;7. ID ami 11, conlaiulng GS.GG acres [more or less, l.Oal acres oul of parcel 10 and .717 out of par- cel 7 for roailway and ciccpllng all toil unU oilipr ininr-rals, more partic- ularly described in Certificate of Title 2 IV29. Those portions of (he Jlalf and of Ibft N'orth Hulf of Ibe South Half of Section 32. Township 6, TUnge 10, Weal of the 4th MerMlan, shown on plan Irr, 76 and thereon martcd parcels Xo. J and 3, except out of parcel 1. 3.41 acres as described In transfer registered as Till A.L.. the land herein comprised containing 117- .20 acres more or less nncl ciccpllng all coal and other minerals, more par- licularly tlcscrllcJ in Certificate ot Title 2 Q.37, v TLe vendor Is Informed that thera are no Improvements on the properly 53vo slid except ono mile of barbed wire fence wllli cedar posts. The soil 13 a chocolate loam The properly will be sold to a Reserved Bid which has been fiietl by (lie Court. The Purchaser Is, at Lhe lime of sale to pay down a tic- posit of o[ Ihc purchase pries to the vendor or his solicitors and Lho remainder of Ihe purcliiiso money is bo paid Into Court ID tlic credit 6i> ,his action aa follows: of Ihc purchase price Sn 00 (lays (rom date of sale without [oler- Obt. 25% of Ibfi purchase price in ono year from tro date of sale with Intcrr cst at the rate of S% per annum. 25% or the purchase price In ITO years from the date of sale with In- terest at tJic rale of S% per annum, 25% ol the purchase price In three year from tho date of sale inter- est at the rate of S% per annum.. i all other respects Ihe terms and conditions "of sale will he Ihc standing corfillllons the blaster or Judge of this Honorable Court. v Purlhcr particulars can be hart from the auctioneer or from Ben- nett. Me Laws ft Co.. Solicitors [or the Plaintiff, Clarence DIocK, Calgary. DATED at the City of 1th day oC May, A.D. 1317. LAUnBXCK J. CIjARKB.'1 Clerh of the Court. Approved: L. F. Clarry. M.C. Ad. M. DRAYING Phonti IMS or 13M Turner 3fflce at Kennedy'! 410 13th 9t Tlemm's Auto Livery 24 Hour, Cjfuble. Phone 1312 DallujHlUI The Hadsoi tot% Urery A llK Sli Cylinder car. ODB .of the beat :ud 2MB! comfortable can in dljr ride Jn- M COUNTRY TRIPS X-- Reildence COtt' Day Night. Day Phfine, 1 iry "Mest u. it UM SGT. DUNC. MacNEII, OF TIIE CANADIANS Dr. Caiteli'i Tablet! Cured His Dyipeplla Completely. Duncan MacNcll of, the Canadian Expeditionary Force, writ- ing-from Europe (Ms homo TORNADO. KILLS SOME Tonella, Kas., May tornado swept n -path about half a mile, wide between .rcalxxtr-and Florence thla afternoon, 'a1 rflport reaching Iho Southwestern Bell Tele- phone company here. The company .also had a roporl nf a tornado slrlk-. mllss soilHi ot N'ewWrl near Scdgowlck. llcporls reaching 1 the company .say n number ot personri havo boon killed. L. LA9KY PRESENTS I 1IAYAKAAVA 1 lOc and IBc revolver at his brother. Francis, 3s hs; 116 Pleasant street, Ilklltai, years old. One shol took effect, pin- uys: "For six years 1 Buffered from Ing through Ihe shoulder, and Francis [requent attacks of ollcn Is In the hospital. beltig In bed for dnya at a lime. When .he war broke out I Joined Iho ETpcd- dotiarr Force and came to Englnml. f bad not been long- there, however, when" my old trouble returned, nnd 1 bwl lo'. go lo the hospital. Willie In fioipltal a friend (old me of Cos- and I decided '.o Iry lheTn'..Tho tlrsl box brought such pro- pounced relief tbat 1 continued lha treMrncnl. To mike a slory a complclo1 euro was A'jrte Kinple >f Or. CaMell'i Tab- Ma tolll be to you orT receipt'of 6. for mailing and packing. Ad- Harold f. Ritchie 41 Co., Ltd, 10 MeCaul Street, Toronto. Tablets Rre (he suresl for Dyspepsia, Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, PJeTTQlia Ailments, Xervc PflrBlyals, and Weakness In Child- valuable [or. nursing nVothers and during Iho critical per- frjit At life. Sold by druggists anil throughout Cnnadn: Prices: One lube, CO cents; lubes for, the !pl.ree of five. Hewafe of Imllo- (ioria'saUl to conlain bypophospliltcs. Tbe. o[ Dr, Casscll's Tab- Tell :ia known only fo Iho proprietors, inyl iio irnlls'.btia can over bo the tik'Proprletori: Or. Ciuell'< Co., Ltd-, Minchdlcri iflnlfjcent Photoplay of England and India. TO H I S K 1 N cr Eaij H) tut.mi Wert and Ihe Two Can Never Prexntt the Supreme EMMY WH'ELEN In -Tltf IJPr etenders A Five Aet Mrtri Play of DilUnctlon. Also 2 Rfd (.-K a Turkish Balh.'" 10CTION SALE CATTLJE The Trusti and Guanntee Company, Limited; ot Calgarr and Ltlhhridgt, Admlnlslrilors of the Estate o< Ihe Late A. C, Chrliten- Be'azerr AIU., will offer for sale at the C. 1'; ]R. STOCK YARDS, CAKllSTON, Alt a. On SATURDAY, JUNE AT TEN Tb8 fallowing horaos anil entile which arc tho properly ot Iho Eslalo Ntitb that while the sale la at Iho C. P. R, having j %p loanwl for this tiurroso) (Uls slock is all native Block, !V no i Imported, iloclca or Eastern. Block. It vyfl3 all' raised on Mf. Chrjsttns'cn's place, has lieen well fed (lurlnc L'IO vvlnicr nnd !i In ..'Bood'conflltlon, and Is now offered for sale lo close up ifvo Estate. Mos.t at II Is young slock, which will grow fnlo money very (Ml. and V'U be a Root] purchase for any farmer. horses, which ivlll ho solil In HID 'morning, are 'ai groy mares', In foal or wllh foal at fool, nsoil arxiut lo 1100 to 1200 pounds Men, well broken; mure, in about six years, broken to work or .ride, weight ttboul Ibs.; 1 .Kiddle scldlng. aged about I; 1 bay mare, broken aged'ahoiil 6, weight nboul 1250 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, aged ahoilt 5 wefghl aliout 1300 His.; 1 aspd.about weight about 1300 Ibs.; 3 bn'y fillies, coming 3; year? old, worU'hortrt, not broken; 1 bay horse; about ll'hcau. 61 .young' golrtinfis r.ml rilllcs, colts, yearling ontl two years work hora6 lype, of catllo u-lll begin n9 toon ns Ihe hor-es Shorlhorn bull, aahl lo be Pure Dred but icritflj'ab'nuU IS good grado heel cows, In calf or with.-tall it .'.fail', abnul 23 yearling sleers nnd heifers; about-20 .J-yearfllrf stccira; about 10 dry cows, '''-'Tlic aliovc caltlo.'nre most ol tliein of Iho Shorlhorji dr .TVTillo Vaco grades, are-In gooil rondltton nnd will bo pure liiohpy, hXaHcrs fof'aAi-Oiie. POSITIVELY 'NO. TERkfir''CASH EVERVTKING WILSON, of Leihbridje, DRAYING O! All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. N. Freignt tltHl PHONES Office )1H BUblti 10M menndraIhtt Auto Livery OVERLAND AND AND DAY 717 1644 NIGHT Phone Clerk, BOUtTOlVS, AUTO LIVERY AlbirU Wt knmr "cMiirlrr th< h.vt -It it paid fcf. Phone ;