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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FTVB run MTriinrunr.F: DAILY MONDAY, XOVEJ1BEH 5, 1017 EXEMPTION TRIBUNALS MILITARY SERVICE ACT 1917 For the Attention of Class OHO Men The location of The Exemption Tribunals in this district is as Tribunal AHa. No. AHa. No. Alia. No. Alta. No. River. AHa. No. AHa. No. AHa. No. These Tribunals will commence fo deal wilh claims lor exemption on November 8lh. All claims for exemption must bs made not later than November l Those who make or have made their claim for exemption in writing through the Post. Office will receive notice by registered letter of dale on which 'heir claim will be dealt with. Those who neglect to make use ol the Post Office must present themselves in person at a Tribunal on November 3th, 9ln or 10th, and they will then be informed as to when their claims will be dealt with. Reports for service must be'made on or before November lOlh through the Post Office. Severe penalties are provided by law for failure to report for service or claim exemption as above. Issued by 'tot The Military Service Council. HKEWHCH Men Who Robbed Barons Poker Players Go lo Ihc Peniter.aiary Joe Kass, while, and Sieve Boirciu, colored, who a >voek ago crealcd a sensation by HiMing up a poker game Ihe Barons Club at Karons secur- ing over were Ihis afternoon sentenced by Magistrate Etton Ln A. P.P. court lo three years each in Ihe penitentiary at EJnionlou. U Is un- dcrslopn a petition lu KEFS' uehall will he forwarded to the minister ol Justice. HE Sf FEU "Frult-a-thes" Made Him Feel As i( Walking On Air OIILUI, OXT., Nov. 28lh. 1914. "For over two years, I was HHIi Dressiness, Lad cj ttile and One day 1 AT THE MAJESTIC x In "Tho Spreading Is (ho attraction st Che Majestic AT THE EMPRESS Head Iho Kpipress Ihcatro adver (fscmcnt in this jiaper end sea who lj Hilly Oswald, (he famous Scottish i-omedlau, v.lio plays Ihc part ol tlie lieapcekcd husband in "HenpeckcJ Henry" Is wilLout doubt the best anil iiiosl favorably comedian In l.'anddx His early theatrical Inln- your sign which read "Kruit-a-tiTes I >ne ivas received In Scotland, but for mike yon fed liko walking on air." I1151 fclv he llecn This appealed la me, so I decided lo. el O S 011 Thursday. Friday and Saturday, i making Iho tremendous crowds 1'icturcs present another visiting Ibis popular House of en iiious ai'lrtFS as their star. KliD is icrialumcnt shrlelt with laughter. Tb< Jane Cowl, reputed lo be ono ,of the tille ol big (ealuro comedy It greatest emotional stars Jn America. aiid Irotn (ha opoalni scant uutil the closing. It fa cue bit howl of laughs. This Is positively tin first time Ibis comedy special hai played In Lellibridge. "GoJ'3 Law and Min's." Iho Metro Columbia screen version of Pau'. TroiifS novel. "A bj- directed liy John H. Collins, will seen at Iho tonight. BILLY OSWALD AT THE MAJESTIC. a box. In a Tery short time, I began lo feel belter, I hi vcagoodr.ppctiie, relish everything I cat, and lac Headaches are gona entirely. I rccommcnJ ilils fffssaxt fruit inedifir.f loa'l my frienda i DOc. 6 for trial size, 2oc. At all dealers orscntpostf ai-3 byFruit- tiTr-A Limited. Ottawa- Ottawa, Nov. A. government Inquiring Into the ccst of news- print, been appointed con- troller of newsprint and book print for Canada. His .duties will include fixing of both quantities and prices of news and book print to be sold In the Dominion; anil he will co-op- erate with the United States auth- orities In securing adequate news print supplies. Mr. Pringie is to hold a meet- ing in Toronto on November 9th, after which it Is expected an- nouncement will be given by the government as to the price that shall obtain for news print in Canada. PIE. BILLY MEN this attraction has been! surrounded with a number or first class arlists. KuLlterlne i Shtldou, an old (hne fuvorKc in tcni CsnaJa. licnlrlce Carmen, an- other former member of Ihe company, Luc lie Thomas, JloVard JluireJl, Drut'e Kent and a big "Sun- sliine Girls" chorus. The plot ol (ho jilny U and tlcals Hie trials and tribulations ol a "henpecked" husband who innocently' gets into a numLrr of comprojnlslng situalJons that cause further "lien pec king" much Lo his diEguest. It will appear at the Majeslic for Iwo nCglit3, slarllag to- ntgbt. Tclcgranliic n.iualty lists today contain Ihe names cf two Lethbridce men In action. Plf. Altkcn Is In the hospital with a (ace v.ound recclvcil on Oo- lohcr 25tll. Pie. Aitken was a former member of the Herald mechanical aff and is a member ol Uic Lelli- 5 union. ]lls wife I PIANOS STE1NWAY. .NORDHEIMER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. 'HA1NEG BROS. These pianos are found In the They are made of the finest arid best 'materials procurable and by the most skilled work- men. Styles and prices to suit everyone. Come In and ste them, Assiniboia Kusic Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street S.' Phone 1545 Remember the Address. OTT'S.-.. AUTO, LI VERY Day Phone 1540 Nloht PhBne 787 DRAYIKG Pnohn IMS or .J3W Turner Witchell at Kennedy'i 419 11th DAY TO Card Party and Social Evening The Ladles' Society of the B. of L. F. and E; are holding a card party and social evening en WednesdajY-Xov. 7th At 8.30 n.m'. In the Oddfellows' Hall. Thou" hiving ticket! on cuihlon will draw for the.lucky number. Admission 25c 276-2 NICKLE CO. DIVIDEND. New York, NOT. Internat- ional Nlckle Company In Its dividend declaration today announced a rate ol a share on the common stock as compared lor llie previous quarter.. --s "v OUawa, Nov. Roberl Borden ill issue a secoml manifesto lo.lhc country tomorrow. .While It will serve In the nature o! a counter man Ifeslo agoinsl Uia't Issuert by Sir il frid it was actually prepared before Ihe leader's statement had been made public and will not attempt to ucal vcltli the vai (luebllnns which cussed. .It is pronatle, however, ths one or two additional porngraplis wll lie added lo the document as a reply lo Sir Wilfrid. PRAYING Of All Kinds WesternfransferGo, C. P. R-- FrelgM PHONEli DANCE Will be Held In the K. of P. Hall F1UDAY, NOV.. Ifi Orehtttri will supply .the iriuile. TI'ICM wlihlng Invitj tldn< phone 2V6-1 NOTICE! 1 On account of the uncertainty of weather conditions we cannot accept service appHca- tions afUr 12o'clock (noon) of Nov. Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co., Lid. 276-6 Cor. 1st Ave and 10th Street KUTH OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING MQV1NG We Moving and Pianos The only covered van In tht city, Furniture itored, Coil Storace 1M7 i HOUM 10M The Trahsfci- Traction Engine REPIRS m tinullt ill en ettfnr tndwm. Only high dm mrk IHVM omr thtf, .will yn prteu Mwt Hftit NIVEN BROS. Flrat An. Ill Kinds of Macliiunr Repaired Rocker Grates and Gears for All Kinds of Traction Engines. We In mitek Drtf Liu'.t of Wtrta..- I BAILIFFS SALE -THE MATTER OF SEIZURE UNDER LIEN F. G. MORTON, VS. Z. PO1NTKOVSKY, 1 WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THREE O'CLOCK 1S.T.HE AFTERNOON. TOMORROW, TUES., 6th day of- November, 1917 At Norton Farm, Coaldalc, Alberta L .THE FOLLOWING: One Team Black eight and nine years old respectively, weight 1300 each. One Bay Horse, nine years old, weight 1680. TERMS CASH DATES) AT LETHBHIDOE, ALBERTA, THIS 23RO DAY OF OCTOBER, 1917. T. J. BAILIFF AT STARLAND H Is a roll-known fact llmt the Jap anesc consider It an honor to die lor thtlr country or tile Mikado and thai hari-kari Is common among successful Kenerals and admirals In Iho service, of Japan. Therefore "ftirbldden Paths'7 a strongly vital etory rjf a Japanese man and an American maid Is par- ticularly fitting and In keeping wilh the true character o[ the Nipponese as the Japanese Jorer sacrifices Ills life to bring lo that ol tho woman he loves. "Forbidden Paths" ivlll be shown al Starland to- sldes in the city. night and tomorrow. In addition to Plo. Stephen Tliomas Mitchell of spicnju feature, arOlevllle was also wounded on Oc- Arunckle comedy ot more ber 25th ana Is In the hospital, lie than ordinary merit will be shown suffering A gunshot wound In the ght hand. He enlisted with tbe thbriduo Kilties. 'IN mm mm The first session ol Lho district cellos lo LB held tomorrow afler- oon in the Baptist church at three 'clock TviH be a missionary session. )r. Welib will opea with a devotional dike55 on "The Place of Giving In Missionary Programme of tho Church.1" Mrs. Slaines of Calgary ill speak- on Iho relation of IJie Mltf- ion Circlejo thc.fhurch. DE Jfaclebd, Vill speak on "The lortance of Ihc Mission Band In tnc Church.H f the .eronins session -beginning at S Dr. Webb will speak on The Teacher's Task. Other speak- ers -win be G. II. Sayer of U'inniiieg, and McLaurln-oI Calgary. ATTHEORPHETJM "Caprice of tbe Mountains" at the Orpheuin lonlgbl, Is B William Fox pholodrarna with new features, but irufe io tbe Fox type ot master film In U are featured June Caprice, the new discovery in film-land, Harry S. Hilllard, the handsome and (aleuted leading man of other Fox films. The second chapter ol the Broken Coin wJll also he Ehoivu. Dr. A. T. Spankie M.O., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Office rooms, 121-122 Xew F. flurns Dulldliig. Corner Slli Ave. ami 2nd SL East, Calgary. Olflco Phone M2SIS Residence Phono M2077 Interne and. House Surgeon. Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Xew York City, 1D1M914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 271-21 I TONIGHT AND TOMORFIOW JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS HESSTTE IIAYAKAWA AND .VIVIAN MARTIN IN TORBIDBEN PATHS" The vital and gripping Etory of tho love of a Japanese for an Amerlun girl, and his supreme self sacrifice for her happiness. FATTY ARBUCKLE In "HIS WEDDING NIGHT" Admission: 20 cents and 1 Vancouver, NOT. Martin, In staling today that for business rea- Eons he could.not seek a place In Iho l parliament, declared that he was greatly pleased with Sir Wilfriil Laurier's manifesto. has some very strong he said. C. B. Patterson, former secretary ot the Liberal Association slated that there woiili te a straight Lauricr candlilate in every constituency In Brltlsli Columbia, HERE I AM TO D AY EMPRESS The Laughing Hit oUhc Scuon (ttt of taughi. the lint time In Lethbrldge. AT POPULAR PRICES 10c AND 15t ALSO VIOLA DANA In "God's Law and Man's" A 5-Act Metro of i purehncd Prices 10c and 25c HARRY MILLIARD AND JUNE CAPRICE IN -'Caprice of the Mountains' A refrethlng stery of the mountains! Alio "The Broken Coin" and Comediet. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.M 'V GOLDWYN, ING., PRESENTS AMERICA'S GREATEST EMOTIONAL ACTRES8 Jane Cowl 4 IB Spreading flawn .THE ROMANCE OF A GENERATION, FROM THE SATURDAY EVENING POST STORY BY BASIL KINO, Popular 50c, 35c, 25c ALL SEATS RESERVED PNE'SHOW NIOHTLY AT t30 MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 TWO NIGHTS ONLY TONIGHT ani Tuesday, Noy. 5-6 THE FUNNIEST MUSICAL SHOW OF THE SEAiSON THE UNITED PRODUCING COMPANY, OFFER THE INTERNATIONALLYlFAMOUS COMEDfAN BILLY OSWALD A 8UPPORTSD 1Y AN ALL CAST OF PRINCIPALS, AND THE MOST GORGEOUSLY aowNEp CHOBUS, IN SEATS AT NOTHIHO CLEVER-.- OORGEOUt cb'iti Akb ;