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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, XOYKMBBIV 12, 1917 LETfinnmr.E DAILY HKRALD PAGE FIVE FfcEE ATTENTION WR WEn-antyou toilet In t your batlwy ol 111 make) do free ol thu> materially Incmii- ing Ihe life o( jour bat (fry. SbouU be will mike ihwa at naedtraie tiiet you a wrrlcc on wbkh you can ttftai ud at the minimum of cosi. the bautty by (he U. S. Kavr fw J fiun fauageaJ HARRY PILLING 322 SIXTH STREET S. OPPOSITE HERALD PHONE 497 AUCTION SALE .OF FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At my farm N. W. mUes south east of Lethbridse and 6 miles soulh west of Coaldale, on MONDAY, NOV. 19th milch cowa; f> hellers, rising 2 year'3 r'poscd to be In calf; 3 heifer calves; 5 steer calves; 1 Shorlliorn bull, 2 vears.ohl. heavy learn ot geldings. 0 and 10 years old; 1 lisavy marc, C years old; 2 light marcs, 5 and C years old; 1 iiOTiy; 1 2-year olil flily; 1 matched team, mare and eeld'tng, 3 years old; 1-leani of pony mares; G tiillcs, 1 year old; 1 sucking coll, filly; 1 iiure bred Clyde mnre. 1C 3'ears 1 [rare bred Clyde innrc. 5-years old; 1 pure bred horse coll, 5 uionlns bay a years olJ, weight sorrel mare, 3 years old, weight 1350; 1 bay mare, S years old, weight 1300; 1 pure bred Suffolk Punch mare, 4 years old, lu weight mare trad colt, 3 Vcara old, weight 1300; 1 brown marc and colt, S years'old, weight 1300; 1 (jay mare and coll, 7 years-'old, weight 13DD; 1 driving iiiarc, 78 years old, weight 1100; 1 and coll, S years old. weight V1500; 1 bay gelding, 6 years old. Weight 1GOO; 1 grey gelding. 5 years weight 1500; 1 team brown geldings, S anil 9 years old, weight 2100; 1 teain matched brown geldings, 6 years old; weight 1 black I'crcheron mare, years old, weight pure r bred I'crcheron stallion, 3 yeara old, weight 1750 Jus.; 1 pair tings, S.and.G years horsa colt, 1 year old; 2 3 years rjjd. bundle wagon ami drill'; 1 "surface isacker; 1 gang plow I2.tncfc.sluuble aad Great- A1 er bottoms; Deere-sang plow, H-lncS-slubble 1 walking.plow, filubble'and breaker bottom; 1 fencing' machine; 1 gasoline; S'b.p.; 1-gasollne engine, 1 b.p.; 1 feed grinder; I l-f tannins" will; 7-afils double harness; 2 seta single harness; 1 cream 1 galvanized knock-down lank, 28 barrels; 1 7' and OheTrolct touring car will be offered for sale l-witS a rcscrVy hid. 10 A.M. TERMS CASH. LUNCH AT. NOON. -.P. LeVALLIE, Auctioneer: MAX DONALDSON, Owner vEfoulton's Taxi Closed and HeMed Car for. ciii.s. ,A1I Night Service Clated Car for Country Trips. Piioiic 120fi BIG FIRE Dodgeville, Nor. 11. Fir said to be oJ Incenolary orlsio destroy cd' the mill belonging lo Ihe.tuck Fire Zinc and Lead eonrjuhy. J. Th loss is estimated al niimbe of ciploslons were heard before Ih fire broke out. The mill'is used I make munitions, I' I The Hudson Aiito Livery 7 PASSENGER SERVICE Palm Confectionery Phones: Day---668 O i Night- 1269 CorMstAvf-amllWh Street KUTH 'oXY-ACETVUtNE WELDING MOVING Wf o! Moving Fiihiitiire and Pianos 'only Covered vznj'ln 'llXt Furniture stored, PHONES; teal t Etera8e 1097 Transfer ANND PJANO Pacific j; D. Thomts .Co. p.; Ferguson Phone 330 Will Be Lenient At First With Those Who Did Not Register Ottawa, Nor. following an- nouncement la given by the Military Service council: "The 10th at tlio date ixcd by proclamation for memuera of lass or-6 under the .Military Service Act to report tor scrvlco unless a claim for exemption sliould be made, Is now past. Tho great major- ly of the meu In the class have Ballv ied the obllgalfou Imposed upon Ibeoi by tlio tlalUe, but there are still a considerable uuuiter who have ;ardcd the Imperative requirements ot ho law. (orrs AUT0 LITERY Osy Night 717 dered H prompt and punctual obed- ience. "At.Iho same limp, it Is not thought necessary lhat they should be visited wllli (he full i-Dnaequeiircs of such falljrc providuj subTulsMon not longer deferred. It has. therefore, I been decided llial members of !ilass cue now hi default, who surren- der themselves to the military author- Illes without delay and before civil proceedings bavo Ijc-cn instituted ag- thenj, slnli nut thereafter Lc subjected to civil pruceeu'Jfigs, and of- 1 fleers coimuandini; dkirkls have re-' I ceived Instrucllcjns lo deal wilh BUCU What the Press Agents Say i made, these men became, v.-ltb other mciubcra of the class, soldiers on Leave. By Ihclr default they Lave now placed themselves !u the position of.soldiers aujctit leave, thai s lo say, deserters, ant] subjecl to apprehension .and punishment as such. If no reasonable, excuse for their de- 'auk exists, Iliey arc liable also, on conviction by Hie civil courts, to a severe term of Imprisonment with hard labor. I "Such wide publicity has been giv- en to the law and Its requirements hat It Is impossible there should he any considerable number of them af- ected by It who not known or tad au opportunity ot knowing what vas required of them. "It Is recognized, however, that many defaulters have become such hrough carelessness and failure lo realize (he vital necessities ot the lmo and that others have been lurn- ed from Ihe performance of their duty by the foolish adrift of and evilly disposed persons. "It Is impossible that those who lave failed to meet the requirements ot tbo law should he placed llic same position as (hose who iiare ren- defaulters liavo forfellcd tlielr rljl't under Ihe slalule lo have auy claim Ihey may have had for ex- empLlon considered, II Is not overVok- cil lliaf the nalionul Interest Is the conlrolllng faclor which should gov- ern all quesllons ol exemption and sucu Interest may be served by retaining a v member of the class 111 Canada, even ihougli liy his conduct ha may the personal priv- ilege of claiming j, ''Officers commanding districts have accordiugly received Instructions llial any men who surrender themsel- ves or who arc handed over lo them by Ihe civil aulliorHies without hav- ing been "convicted, may put forward any grounds which they think mfght furnish reasons for their exemption and lhat such grounds should be transmitted to lite appropriate regis- trar for submission to nn exemption trlbubal for determination. Pending sucli determination, luc mao will con-l tiauc on serricc anil subject to mili- tary discipline, lu the case of men against whom tho civil courts find it necessary -to register a it will ue impossible lo consider the nueslion, of exemption. AT 'HIE J One of the- most Important theatri- cal engagements tit the season in tills city will he (he first appearance here of (ho brilliant and versatile youug actor, Albert Urown, In i'aul Kesler's beautiful romantic I.ove of a King." whlcb lakes place tonight and Tuesday at tlie Majestic. Mr. Drowa needs no introduction lo the Canadian public. He la already kuown as one of the most polished and magnetic actors of the day, but it will be a novel lo sec hliu I as a princely lover, for lu Ihls he plays tho role of (ieorge, Prince of Wales, UUerwaids George 111.) Mr. Kesler who achieved such fame as Iho of Knighthood was lo Flower." has shown the 1'rince In the bloom of his youth aud popular- ity, before the cares ot stalo had spoil- ed him. He Is the centre of A most appealing love story. The dalo of tiic action which in 1760 gives scope lo rare beauty of costuming and scenery, and Ihe production will be rich lu Ihfso respects. Mr. Brown has a splendid company headed by Ignore Plielps, whoa he predicts will at once win a permanent placo in Iho affec- tion o! Iho public, and including Sara Mrry, Grace May Lamkln, Helen Keera, Joseph de Stcfanl, Dllloa TA. Dcasy, Charles nird. Charles Welsh Homer, and Gordon Guynness. fug showing of. (he picture !fc the sludlp projecting room sumeuno In the audience remarked, 'Thai looks a, VI k was cold." "Cold Is right" re- piled Mr, Ilthaa. Ml (oak ua four miu uces to take1 that eceiie and it tool; mo four liours to gel warm alter we were through." AT THE OHCHEiJ.M 1-oulse Hull appears for the first Itrao under William FOI presentation In Ihe recent release, "mazing at the Orpheuiu in whlfh she act's a principal part with Virginia I'carson. Miss liutf already Is widely liuoun lu lha moving picture world, well ai In slage life. She played a lead In Iho stage production, of Ben Hur, and will be remeaiberej c-n Ihe screen In such dramas as "Marie Cuv- 'Old and the "Hansom." Miss ivr.rkeil under John C-, Adolll in the ultlure, "The Sphinx." She Is a Gcorela girl, hilling from Columns. IKHUEW .nSEIOF OFFICERS Edmonton, N'ov. the Alberta Liberal convention on Saturday (he following officers ivcro elecleu: sldenl, Alex-Allan, Calgary; 1st vice- president, B. D. Talnter, Tabor; 2nd vicc-presldenl, Geo. R- O'Connor, ICd- monton; secretary-treasurer, O. E Ciil- hert, Calgary; asslslaul secretary, R. B.Hdwett, Edmonton... The members of Ihe executive for the hclbhrldge and Miclcoci [eder'al riding were hamed as follow s: vauted .by the Vancouver authorities for swindling Iho proprietor or a boarding house, out of He wii! be handed over to Ihe Vancouver po- lice'when he', concludes his lli-o-year term at Edmonton. Montreal, Nor. the sub- scriptions 'already reported Is one from' Hudson's Bay "Company for f one Atho! stan for .lion. Alphousc Ita- cinc, of A. flAcIne aud. .Company, L iled, has..personally. subscribed 000. -1 The Steel Company ot Canada an- nounces that It. will underwrite Vic- tory any anjount'subscribed by Its them free of Interest for one year.. AT STARLAND George Dcban, Hie celrbralfil -Mor- usco-l'allas star, who v.-lU be seen at Starland tonight and tomorrow In one, of his famous Latin characterisations 'The Cook ot Canyon Camp." is seen as the cook In n lumber camp In tbo Tanadlan woods, and bis greatest cul- nary achievement is making "Unp- acks." His ambition Is to own the nosl beautiful "flapjack" restaurant In the world. jncn women n evening clothes will perch on stools about his griddle acd dcjiglil limnl- selves with toothsome morsels, Ihen in token of tlielr'appreciation make him mauy valuable' presents. It U one of Ihe most unusual and cleverly done bits ever seen on (he screen. Ills Introduction sbows min as the chef of the lumber company arlslcif in gray dawn, to prepare break- fast for the men. He Is seen shivering and rubbing his unwashed bands. These scenes were laken high in [lie mountains right atler a blizzard. Dur- Dr. J. K. Layering, Martin Woolf, M. L.A., A. E.-Fawnes, R. A. 1'llllng- Macleod: J- B. Clllis. A, .Monccon, Dr. Vf. Geo'- Clare, W. A. Ueehe, Dr. R. Mciyor, James H. Schp- lleld, T- J. Geo. Pellitcr, -AU. Fellfler. Nv pjypoTCDio .I.bMluMcRlo- Calgary, Alta., Nov. years In Edmonton penitentiary "Was the sentence meted out (his morning by. Magistrate Davidson, .to Frank Burt, who masqueraded here as can police officer, and who was brought back' from .Winnipeg on -a charge of cisoliij worthless cheques In r'' A sensation vns sprung In court when Chief. Cuddy announced that Hurt'was Vftovslood to have been one of'thc notorious 'Jtosenlh'al-gang of New York and a head'collector for Lieut. Charles Becker, who was elec- trocuted .for Rosen'lhal's murder." ft was further otated that Burt was morn- In Manitobi! "Winnipeg, Nov. from (he Hudson's Bay Company as the first subscription to the Victory Loan', the Manitoba committee is con- fident''that the 000 for the province -Kill be great- irhen the. campaign closes. No furlher subscriptions were announced up to 1.30-p.m. the canvas sers being out busy at >ork, The Duke Ottawa, Nov. lirst Wh- rscriptlon lo the Victory irar loan re- cejved by the finance department was from the Duke of Devonshire. Hlo subscription went direct lo the de- partment this morning. The amount was not given out. The.reports -re- 'celycd at the department show that the loan was off. to a splendid start today. In every part.oE AT THE EMPHESS The Millionaire's Double la Hie tea. ture at Ihe Enmress tonight. When Ihe wife o! Bide Ilennlngton. a young Aiiicrlcan nillllcnalre. elopes an- olber wan, lie goes abroad. In Ibe len years tie re-mains away, he not only forgets about the but practical- ly Is forgolK'n. When he receives nen-s of his wife's dealh, he decides (o return home. lie finds lie cannot remain In Ihe deserted house, and none of his old friends are at the club, so he decides to take i Irip across Ihe continent He leaves In Ihe houso a scaJslrin coal containing valuable papers. A bur- glar steals tho coat, and Is later killed by oilier (hugs, whW throw him into llio river and Ifavo Iho coat on Ihq Pier lo make It seem lhat he has com- muted suicide. The papers of identi- fication are found, and It la (hat tifnnlagtou Is dead. AMERICAN WAS FIRST SUBSCRIBED IN CALGARY Calgary, Nov. IS.-k-'algarys Joan campaign was ushered In here by a great Blrcel parade and by the ringing of every bell and the looting of every whlsllc In the city. First sub- scriber ivas an American, Charles Dar- sottl, ot San Francisco. According to reports up to noon the campaign has so 1 far been a great success. Her Letter Prercs Read it Keene. N. "1 iraj" iS ran down, had DO strength. DO appetite and a bad cough, so thit a. good (kal of the lime I was unfit for work. My druggist told me about VinoL I took it, and my cough soon disappeared. my appititc improved and I im slrong and well Mra. Davis, y> Rnssell St., Keene, N. K; Vinol is a constitutional cod lifer ind iron remedy which creates an ap- ptlitt, aids ditcstion. tnrichn the blood, and in this natural manner creates strength. We guarantee it, j J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. Drugglcta, Lethbrldge. AIM at the belt drugjls'5 In ill Alberta towns. lOc and 25c Williim Fox Present) Virginia Pearson In BLAZING LOVE By Bernard Chapfn Staged by Kenearr Buel A photoplay of heart InUreit 600 scenci. Also "The Broken Coin" and Mutt and Jeff Comedlei. Buy Victory Bonds! Would like h----- lo let Iho KaLser run.Ihc Ofpheum. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BRO51O QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund money if it falls to cure. E. ,W. GROVE'S signa- ture Is on each box. 'The Most Practical To any-5oldier ig an DRAYING Of All Rinds WesternTranstcrCo, Lintlted 9. R." FrslfM 1 Dr.A.T.Spahkie M.D., C. M. NOSE AND, 'THROAT SPECIALIST. OHIcp New. p, BnlldinJ, CuMifcf Sih Arc. aid Otttci M2SO" j nesidoiiCc Fbone XIM77 Interne and 'tiouje '.3ur0eon, Manhattan Kyc, jfoac imrl ew York Oily Cllfiry MIJM'1 AT YOUR SERVICE THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE i "EVERYiODY'S BOOK SHOP" IS NOW OPEN And well equipped for service'and convenience, solicits your patronage oh the merits of its merchandise; THE STOCK mCLUDES OF FACT AND FIC, A ;THOUGHTFUL StLECTION AND HYMNt, WE WILL Bf OLAD TO OHDER IF NOT IN C.W, The Razor (hat sharpens its own] blades automatically PIANOS STEINWAY. f NORDHEIMER. "_. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAINES BROS. Thece pianot are found In the most exclujlve They'.are made of the flneit' and beet material! procurable and by the most skilled work; men. and to luil everyone, -Come Assiiitoii iti. -Everything MuMl" ,31S 6th Street S. Phone 1545 Remember, the. Address. i; Simplicity Itt s, monument is effective or Dot- (o the character of cnltlng of Ihe slone. We ytfu'to see some ot the very Dimple vet highly cllect he' memorial! that iaTfl 'oeen produced 'here. 'if. you 'ire plan- nttiM 11 for-ybur riot. itU-wllltba'artlstio wllboat be-' .nif'v namplca ;of otnv wort "wfll enable you 'rleelde.'oif itone to meet your :nt I EMPRESS! IF you were officially dead and IF you were actually alive and IF you were call-d on to be your own double. You then could appreciate the 'dilemma ot Lionel Barrymore .in. Millionaire's Double" A sparkHng Metro .directed' by rtblfe U'hotoplayE, Inc., by_Harry DaTenpoil in [IvA brtlllant acts. 'GALE HENRY COMEDY .AND'jL'ATEST CURRENT EVENTS. A BUY VICTORY ?ONDS TODAY. Would Hate Like Have the KaW Run th{ Empress. 'TONIGHT AND -fOKioRRoW PALLAS PICTURES 'PRESENT GEORjGEBEBAN -v IN "THE ;COOfr OF CANYON "KIDDING "LOVE AND THE "HAVEiYOlTBOUGHT YOUR VICTORY BONOST" iTONIGHT at ?.30 "and Tuesday Night 'CANADA'S FAVORITE COMEDIAN IN A'NEW, ROMANTIC COMEDY j --._-. r r THE OF A ICING TtM fMnNrtnt Lave Story Ever By fWit? tl "When KnlnMhood Was In. Flower" '71 COMHDT LOVE- -PATHOS-- ROMANCE f ELIENT CAST ;