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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'ESDAY, MAY 29, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE.. DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Travellers to IL S. Must Have Proper Passports ill forms of conipultorr service already In elfecl in the United Stales mil IlkelJ- W litt pul Into erfed In Immigration olllcllla, con- suls and couaular afeuU on both of tlio line harlnt Ibo.buBlcat llmo of Ihelr lives acmvcrlue the Ihouiand and one Qiwcllons betas ask- ed by cldiena anllous to cross (lie lino for aay and all purposes. When the Itenll called at Ihe office of it. P. Johnston, American couiular agent, this morning. Ills osslilanl hail JuH finished deallut with about a dozen Americana rho bad called lo see about the iiapers necessary for re-entering (be SlateC Quite number of former Americans are reetBtorlns as such. Tliclr papers at Washington. A fur Han Snov and rain' is Ihe order or the day in Southern Alberta. Snow fell during the. .night through the Neat Pass country. Lliree being registered at llillerest. Further east, however, there, was Mitle snow, though a slight flurry occurred here. Knsl of Taber there has been llttlo moisture out of the present storm, although .both Ho'w Island and Fore- report jobd "showers. 'Tirepro- 'rlpltatlon In tho etorm up to yester- day morning was -17, and for 111- Etonu to dale .41 Inches. FOLKESTONE SUFFERED London. Mij i the. town where the most damage was done in Friday's air raid. But It IB Acting Immigration Agent Hunt at tho Canadian Immlerallou building who Is Ihe busy nun. He bai Iiwn literally txselfoi for Ihe pas! week by those who wish to go to (he Slates, and unlll this morning he liad no definite Instructions as lo his duties In such cases. IloVcrer this morning he received his Instructions. By to morror ho hones lo bare the sary blank required, and then he will be happy. For a few days, unlil the permanent .'orms are tecureil. thoso who dcslro to go to Iho Stales must fill In a small card failed ScheSulo A. Belling forth Ihclr ncmc, age, nationality, res [dcnce, purpose of trip and probablo duration of trln. This must ho signed Ihe applicant and also by the Im- migration official. The permanent form. Schedule n. Is more prelcnlious. and two photographs of the person desiring to enter Iho United Sidles are required. The form Is In duplicate, one part, tho applica- tion, going to Ottawa, where It Is filed In the archives of Ihe depart- ment. These forma arc required only In Hie case of men of military age, be- tween IS and 46. Blank forma ot Schedule n will be available probably after today from railway agenls ami immigration agents. Sched- ule n Is'n permit lo leave Canada. Tha form and the duplicate, must sel forlli Ine name of applicant, place of residence, place of blrlh, date of birth, Icngh of tlnio at last placo of real- donee, four persona lo whom applicant "E known, the purpose of leaving Canada, the expected duration of absence, height, vclgbt. color of eyes, color of hair, occupation, when accompanying photograph wa? taken. Tula must be aworn bcforo a notary, J. P., or commissioner and theu must je signed by a sponsor who ahall be a bank manager, chief of pbllco, clergyman or Dominion eoverumeu'. officer. This form Is required according to an order lu couucll slenod on May 21th. lu Ihe case of commercial travellers and others who havo lo cross the lino frequently, Iho permit to leave Can- ada Is altered to read "from time to Hue" over any period up to six months. These nermlla will have lo be pro- duced lo the Canadian Imcnlgrallon authorities al CoulU and other ports of entry between Cauada and the United Stales. One of (he congregations ever aeeo In St. Andrew's cburtii ga tiered Sunday ovenfcg to pay a LtEt tribute to tLe memory of the lalo Stafford, UrowE. John Mammoth Auction Sale AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS E. STREET. SOUTH Thursday, Friday (May 31st and June 1st and 2nd) AT TEN O'CLOCK EACH DAY A CAKLOAD OF FUUMTU1RE AND FURNISHTXGS WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE There was a fair attendance at Ihe annual meeting or Ihe Lclhbrldgo Kentish association Sn St. Mary's hall last cven.iiu. when the election of of- cera (or llic coming year Look place, wllL Ihe tollowhig resull: President, HossUcr; 1st vIcc-prestdenlT W. wklns; 2nd vicc-prealdent, II. King; cc.-lreaa., K. Ilagoll; oxecullvc cora- nltlcc, F. Sniecsl, J. Hooker, C, Doe; Wakelin, T. Turner and J. Edwards.. "ho presliicnl read a report of lite luelness transacted during (he past fcnn vi'hlch shoved iho aaaociaLion in a Rourfahlng condition. He also re- erred lo the fact tlial (he honor roll hewed a list of 27 members on active ervice, of vrlilch number four, liad alien on Hie field of honor, viz., LJcul. Manwaring. Lieut. C. GriBl, Ptea. A. AUnrood and W. Barllell. BY Frank Waddiftgtpn This largo consignment consists In part of Thtrtj- sir oak and dressers, over thlfly hnibB and enamel beds with BprlDgs and mattresses; largo quantity of linoleums and curk carpettlng: carpets and fourteen office cnnlra; thirty-two oak! dining .room chairs; four oak dining tables; about 40 Blanketj; Ihlrty-TlTB" pairs sheets; Larfle Dak Parlor 'Sulti In mihoflany, upholstered in centre table; pictures; burtalnB; toilet seU; table sllrcr; table linen and an itnmense variety of emallcr Rrttcles of general ullltly. GOODS ON VIEW WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 7 lQ 10.' CA8H PHONE SALE AT TEN THURSDAY AND CONTINUES UNTIL EVERY- THING''IS SOLD, i ilarvle. George Hollo, lleit Miller and Duncan .MoNabb, Ttic choir rendered tfeautftul anthem, "Son of ily and ilra, A. Annella sweetly Uosl In tho during tbe Eervlce. Scripture lesson TV as reaj by one of tbe returned veterans, Ilcbcrt Jolinson, who was a member of tho Eatno batlalloD as that of the young Diflii whoso memory was honored by Ible eervlcc, namely, candidate and .Messrs. H, J. Shepherd and 11. OsUund. Tonight Stewart ad- dresses electors at Piuthcr CreeV .in BUppQrt of Mr. Tlscmas Hammond. I the Liberal candidale. Hon. C. H. Mitchell is arranging lo address r.vn In I lie Mltlc constJtucncy wlicrc a socialist candidate, Mr. Thomas, has come out against MrXaimliton. J.padcr Mjcheucr of the opposition will sprat tomorrow night at Mac- leod and Thursday night at Magmii. ot licr boys )u grcai ivar. UcrtJo What the Press Agents Say Cnlgary, May fourteenth ssston of (he Alberta1 conference of Jic Methodist church opens In the Central Methodist church on May 33, at 9 a.rD. Preparatory to tlie opening of Ihe conference, the stationing ond slatts- Heal commlllcfs met yesterday after- noon. The board of eiamtnera meets" Ihls afleinoon. Tomorrow there will be ministerial sessions at 9 a.m.'ind 2 p.m- The council of the Laymen's as soclatioD meets al 10.45 a.m. and the association meets' at 2 p.m. At tbe same hour In the afternoon the women hold a.conference, which will be fol- lowed by a Lmiquot by1 ihc Ladies' Aid of trie conference at C.I5 p.m. and in the evening Iherc wilt be meetings of Jjblh Ihe ministers and of the laymen. The conference proper opens with quitl hour on Thursday morning at, I a.m. led by Dr.-CTunusy, foliated by Uie conference roll call'and reports of tbc various committees. PIERCE WANTS PAROLE neglna, Saak.. May Application has been made to ,the dcfiartment of jiiElico through the office of lila pollcl tors, Docrr i of Hegina by H. C, Pierce, oi YPadeaa cx-M.L.A. (o be released on parole. So far no reply lias been received from the.de parlment. Pierce had been- Touni of accepting a bribe from the liquor Interests lo use Ills Influcnci 'in otpoelnf the banish the bar-bill. TO LEAVE 'WESLEY COLLEGE Winnipeg, May receiv- ed here today say a Her. Dr. Ebe Crummy, will resign the prmclpalsnli of Wesley College to of Moose Jaw Methodist, church. HARRIS AND PROY'S MUSICAL COWEDV COMPANY PRESENTING J THE JSIDE-aPLITTING 'Muldoon's Picnic' A JOY-CARRIER FROM START TO FINfSH AND JOLLY Mj'lnee Dilly: Children'10c; Adulti 3So JEvtnlng Children Adulti KK arrrBuK TIMES TONIGHT IIAYAKAWA V IN TO HIS KIND" OAUMONT OHAPHIC, War 'HEIN1E AND THE 400" Comedy Orle.inj" Si.'Wc WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY LEWIS J. SEUZNICK PRESENTS ROBERT WARWICK .IN T.HE. GREATEST DETECTIVE DRAMA EVER SCREENED 'THE ARGYLE CASE A POSITIVE SENSATION FROM START TO FINISH. SEE) IT, DUET FFlpM IL SIMM AND MR, FLEMlN ADMISSION: ADULTS 25c; CHILDREN 1Sc. MATINEES CHILDREN 1 tONlGHT Pricw 1O6 and 16c Rolf: Photo Inc., PreKnll the Supreme EMMY WHELEN In .The? Piretenders A Five Act Mclro XfM Z L-KO Kamtdy, of Turkish Bat TOMORROW, MARQUERITA IN "THE BUTTERFLY: filR AT THE ORPHEUM The elage has elvcn us many laugli oducIng comcdtcs Lul it rcraafaed r (.he Harris and Proy players lo over Hie real laugh getter of the ason. Muldoon's Picnic, which drew capacity house last night was (lie use of U all, end while the real cnlc ia lost la llic Ehurfle the plot ilcli Is untangled In a real musical edj' style brings aboul one Jaugh evoking situation after another in >lrJ EUCcessiOD. The novelty musical numbers wnrc decided lilt acd responded to sev- ral eacorea. The llogan's Alloy trio the girlaj. camp in Tor a big share the honors auil is a real novelty, he picture programme is by far the at seen al Lhei Orpheurn [or. many s and thc-'Nrhole show could rdly SmproTed UIJOD. i was killed ou Ine SOIDIIIC fronl, Sept. J9I6. Duncan McNabh, raino to Leth- Lirldec. with his parents ulten H yean of EKC. He was born at Avon- bridge." Stirlingshire. Seoiland. i'3 years ago. Ho was well known It] tlie labor cjrcleg of llic city and for a time worked on the street railway. He was gillie proiaincnl JD Christian work, and shortly before enlisting had charge of the mission work al Parkland. He had decided to give his life lo tho vork of the Christian min- istry. He was one of the most prom- ifilug young men of tbe clly. The pastor of tue church, Rev. J. I U. used the occasion lo] preach an appropriate sermon on L "I lea uBlng as his tcxl the words found in Ilcv. 21: 1-1. Many helpful and coinforlliiE words were spoken. Mrs- Jackson presided llic organ and with (be congreeiMton standing played The Dead March Saul. The service closed with Ihe singing of God Save Our SpleiidCd Men, and God Savo Our King. "NowLeth- bridge Men are getting ready for.. the Smooth Slick Shave on June 3rd." AT STARLAND The acenes lo IJifi ihTilling drattia of English and society Sessue Haya- awa, the noted Japanese actor in tbc ellir.-rolc, which, will be at Starland the last Lime toalght. were laid ound one of the famous old col- ges at Oxford and in the heart ot Mr. Haynkawa is eeen in this Lasky- Para mount Picture as the son the Maharajah -ho Is sent to Eng- nd to be educated. Through the rU.Uon of a girl he vows a fucd gainst the English end returns to his wn, counLry. How his haired .'ealually a tip caged is depleted In a irtling and vivid manner. Sup- orling Mr- Hayakawa arc Tsuru okl, the clever Japnncsc actress, ola Vale, Ernest Joy, Walter Long nd others. On Wednesday and Thursday a. special nttracllon will be hqwn, when RoherL Warwick win ppear in "The ArgyJo reputed be'the greatest detective drama ver screened. has nn nle'rnallonal reputation na one of tho reitesl actors of Uie clay, and hi9 nltial appearance In Lcthbrldgc will ndoybtedly large crowds. THE DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND Will Hold a WhistDrive IN THE S. 0. E. HALL ON Thur. May 31 Proceeds for Patriotic Purposes. Refreshment! Admission: Gentlemen 50c Ladies 25c Tickets can be obtained from any.member.of the Lodge, SKIFF For Sale AT A BARGAIN A four-oarcil Lpp-Spreak Skitt. painted, been donated to Llie SIR ALEXANDER OALT CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E.. and is lor sale, and can be Tlewcii by rhoning Mrs, W. H. Holl, 947 Seventh Street A. PHONE 055 Proceeds for Funds of Chapter Plumbing, and Hot Water Fitting PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES Knapman Plumbing Heating Co. AT THE EMPRESS The Jlctro Pictures Corporation eteiscd on August 21 "TUc Pretnnd- In live parts. This Is being at the Empress for Ihe Jsst Ime lonlghl. The subject la from he studio of Holfc Plioloplavo. At he head of llic casl Is Emmy Wehl- bul the donors of the perform- ance, seem easily lo fall (o Paul Cor- don, who plays opposite .Miss The slory la BTI Interesting one rom Ihc Joint pens ol Channlng Pol- ock and Hcnnold Wolf, The cllrcc- (on IB by George Ualccr, which la .o say that It Is skillfully done. The well hooked up Wchlen has the role of Helen Pettingill. (he daughter of a farmer elrikcs oil antl who brings her and her mother, socially ambitions, lo he clly. PoltingMl on a "tool" urlngs homo him a chauffeur, Sdiiwoorl, n second eon oC an ear! taming hla own living )n Anicnca. in frcir-defcncc (he father fntroducca friend ns tiic Counl TcrllUe. LateF' there comes an Impostor who PoieVas Ihe Karl of Urodtord, which lisnpcns (o be (lio.title of tbe tallier of ;3tanwoort.. Many Ihlngg happen, 3ber of (hem exciting. Ijcforc Ihc police uncover (ho pretenders RTU! Sttmvood Is declared flic owner of Ihe title of Knrl of UradfoM. through (he of Ma father and brother. Mr. Gordon lifts R fine role, that of Ihtf'chftiiffcur who nccdfl no coaching In ways. By his poise, Ills lent find skillful Interpretation he. remains [lit'center of Inlcrcal thrpngli the co.nrac of the slory, Chtrlca KUlrldge'as PclMrtglli jlvcn a flfllshcd EOOJ nclor i Eocd William Davidson Is Iho false carl. ,'Harry N'cvlllc Is a crophed employe, Then lhfl.ro" !o Unnamed dclcc- tivc who looks acts Ms "The Prelfndera" h an Inlcrcsllng picture and should contribute good numbtr lo Ihc MtUo procrara. 710 FIFTH AVE, S. PHONE 1892 WHERE TO GO FOR I Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE c6. I. J-.il THE CANADIAN BANK. OF COMMERCE SR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.', U.D.. D.C.L. ProiJoilg K V. F, JONES, Ast'i HN A1RO, ?V.C.BROWN. Sup'l of Ccnir J Wen Umw. PAID UP. TRESEKVE FUND. TO.E ECONOMY IS NO EMPTY PHASE.', IT IS THE CONTRIBUTION OF THOSE STAY AT HOME TO THE WINNING OF THE WAR. Do your share by bniMing up a accoont or investing in war njge Branch- R. T. Bryniner, Notice to Farmers The price of Cream lias advanced Ic on Sweet Cream and 2c OH sour. PRICES ARE NOW Per Pound Butter T'at Hie No. 1 Sweet No. 2 Sweet 40c No. 1 Sour tffv 3Sc No. 2 Sour Thts [c the hlgheit price In the province. We still pay for each shipment and pay all express charges. Crystal Dairy Ltd. LETHBRIDGE IRECTORY OF AUTO- LIVERY AND DRAYDJG DRAYING Phonel 1345 or 1156 Turner Witchall Office al 410 13tt St Ilemin's Auto Livery 24 Hour Scrvln Capzble Drlvert Phone 1312 Oillai Hotel Tbe Hodsoa Atfo Urcry A. big SH Cfttmta car. One Ue but .ud laoM comlorUble cui la Uw city U ride ItL. COUNTRY, PREFERRED Rclldtnct Phone'- Day or Night. Djjr Phone, Palace try 661. "Meet ut >t thi DRAYINq 01 All Kinds WcsternTransicrCo, Limited Ortlcer-C. P.'H. PHONES Office SUblte.......... llniiulri Intel Auto Livery OVERLAND AND CHALMEM CARS NIGHT AND DAY. Phone Clerk, 717 BOULTOIVS AUTO LIVERY e. We know the country thtr. hive had the i TRY Ufc ;