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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUUHSD.U, XOVEMHEU 15. 1017 Tim ixTimninc.F. PAGE nvfe Toronto, Nov. News today the following du patch from ill Ottawa correspon- dent: "While the Henderson report Into IKe packing houses has not yet been made public It Is under- stood that it will show that the William Davits Compapy. made eljhly cent profits In 1916, on the basis not of Iht original cap- ital, bul of ell the money working In the business. This totals some- thing Ilk? S1.600.0CO. A clean bill of health, It Is understood li given the Matthews Dlackwtll Company." Ylclory f. v MVfOR SMITM CLEARED was cleared of all with the pollUcal J conspiracy which resulted In 1 the killing ot a policeman hero t ou Frlmary Elecllou flw'ta in -5 opinion by Judge iUtlln to- usy IB Ihe quarter lesslons court. But the mayor washed under his own recoGilwiico to await Ihe actlsn ot Ibe grand n tTnlau u .ieut. Chas. Scadden, of Kilties, Dead of Wounds iury v.b yilnm FInley nolltlcil lieutenant ol Iho may- or's ou the teclmlcnl charge of conspiracy to murder. rok'PENBATION FOR LIQUOR MEN IN BRITISH COLUMB1 V.ccouver, Not. 16.-The appolu mtnl ot commission lo conslde Compensation to the liquor Inerests of Ihe province as a reauli ol the en- of prohibition Is tought In .____f l.'tllVll WAR Icemen o pr an" official communlc.tlou which was leal lo the provincial by A E. TUIS, representing Inlerosls affected. The, government will be a'kcd to grant an Interview to a depu ?aTlon from those financially interest ed In tho now oillnct business. Hole Md liquor. Interests believe that premier Drowsier will have no objec lion to the appointment of the propot ed commission. Tne news reached the Herald office u the noou casualty lists that LlouL Jhas M. Scadden. a young officer of ol Ihe Lctuurldge died of wounds In France. No previous as to his being wounded had. ren received. 1 Lieut Scadden was a young farmer or Iho I'urplo Springs district, was, u vctc-an of Ihe South African war and j joined Ihe Kllllcji Here when Ihey i were organized In Ihe fall of 1916. He made a host of friende Ibe ment was stationed tere. White on lii: farm ne was acllve In U. f. A. casualties In tho noon llalj ITC E. Sproal, Milk Illver. wounded, j id C. J Marquis I'lncher oimdcd. Mrs Mary Irvine, 296 Till Ave. S..! this mornlne received word that her Corp. -Morris Irvine, who, across wllh the tlrsl draft from n. 39th battery, had been wounded In he eye ou November Clh. Corp. Irrlno as a carucnter beforcr cnlisUog. A on engaged as boy by hl'le Frank Charles Myers, who en- isled with a LelbbriuEC kilted bittal- on here Is listed among the wounded Druggists Arrange Even- ing, Hours To Conform with Factory Act of this nr'rnngement IB given below. It I. .explained by the Druggists thai the store, v, I J to Friday, Inclusive. T- It is that you cut this schedule out ami place it In some convenient spot for reference. DRUG STORES EVENING SCHEDULE ..ONnA-> THE RED CROSS DRUG t BOOK CO. HONDAY TUESDAY ;...X- V.-: KENNY LTD., 314 Fifth Street South -i- WEDNESDAY THE FRANK HEDLEVDRUG CO 317 Fifth Street South. J. O. THUR5DAY ,22 FiVtj, South -FRIDAY MQNTREAL EXEMPTIONS Montreal, Nov. re- tults of drat and aecoud days' proceedings of the ex- emption tribunals in military district lour, were announced Mi morning as fellows: Appeals heard 2.S25; appeals allowed 2.021. This means that approximately seventy-eight per cent of tba men seeking exemp- tion have obtained it. If this percentage Is maintained Mont- real will supply H.iOO men for the new- army. The military representatives are apparently satisfied wllh the rcEUlls ot the tribunal's work as they have only entered appeals In ihlrly- twj caees. AT THE EMPRESS Everybody knows bow stunning Bit- lie Uurke looks in l-ucile frocks, in X motor togs. ;md in street costume. All who fortunate enough to ste v chapters oce two of the new rao- lion picture novel, "Gloria's Romance" from the pens ol Mr. and Mrs. Rupert J'i Hughes which is now running ut Ihe I'lKmpress Theatre, are even aware XI tlnl llilUe U cunning ond cule in boj's T ilolhing uml in Ibe rags and (alters of Vie Seminolc Indian sqaaw, tor they "'.have sen her in jus! that style of Vgaru in the picture. But now a new i treat is in store for all. In chapter ihree. which Iho manager of the Em- Thealre is showing lonlghl. Wills appears In pajamas. The ncene cciurs at a llilllo is at school. luxe A remarkable cas'. U headed.by Haiel Dawn and Uert Lytell. The slory is from the novel ot Ibe same namai. by Louts Joseph Vance. 'All seals will be reserved, Ihe opening on Monday morning. j AT TUB orifllEUM Since Iho days ot knlgblhood, young uen in love with f-Jir maidens havo een askcJ to perform doup.hty deeds n order to win ihe hsuJs of damsels, 'he" young man In the Butterfly plo ure Midnight which comes lo the Oipbeum thealre tonight and the balsnco ol the week. Is con- fronted with of the strangest showing lonlghl. tasks which any lover was ever ask- iamas. The scene ed lo perform. In order to call himself dormitory where an accepted suitor. This is nothlne J [ess than lo prove himself a first class cracksman! He is the Invemor of a burglsr proof safe, and the girl 13 tho AT STARLAND Wallace Ilcid. supported by Anita King will ha seen at [or the last limes tonight In the I.ESir-Piira mount production "The Siiuuw Mans Jllu'ou'iioylo'oi'his famous story "The dsuehler of a rival manufacturer. When the young fellow jeers at fith- cr'B lock ,the old man pays Ibat if ho can open It he can hive anything ho old on liuru is today. I'lo. Hyers' nejl-of-kln Is Mrs. Mary Ann Myers, his mother, who re- des at Cobalt. Ont. Pte Frank Russell, who enlisted ere with the 20lh Battery, liaa-hcen assed. He'Is a brother ol Harold usscll here. His parents lire at orl Erie. Ont.'' Victoria, D. SOT. 15-Xo man en- gaged on vessels plying put of a Can adlan porl. provided he is e ton Squav: wlilc-ll was tlie flrsl pho- todrama ever made by the l.asky com- pany. By a strange coincidence the production of the sequel was begun exactly threo yeara uilcr the bfgin 1 B whllc bo Au extra added _____ Tenor In. monologues. Other Southern Albcrtanb in today's list Ptc. Chnrlet U. Upton, ol FlFbburn, VllleJ In action; Pie. W. A. llciivvlcli, Macleod, wounded; Pic. P. (1 n FerKUBon, ol Marleod, wounded; Pie L B Trlpp, Mounted miles wounded; Pie. Chas. Udall, Cardston, a member ot Ihe Kilties, wounded. adLin porl. provided he is Madame military service, will be permitted lo. seut Mls3 VYhltowonl sign articles, accordliig jo liko ,0 havo her her In her dressing room nt tho sign articles, according 10 ut.; lions received frpni Ottawa by Captain i m jiL.r Klrkendalc. sblpplng master. 'theatre alter tho evening's perform- This means lhat every seafaring accepted the Invl- man between the aEe of 20 and allll an Interpreter had years who Is unmarried or M vuuover elienued Interview with the famous without dependents, provided he comes F hwoman. wtou epenen, within the accepted clause, may be re- quired to don the king's unllorm.There are no exceptions. Several hundred men, olllccrs, en- gineers, quartermasters, deckhands, firemen anil stewards are atfected by the military service act. Today Ihe shipping master supplied new articles tor the steamer Princess Vnv 15__Four hundred tbou- new aniticb iui nces. Major Grayson Murphy, bead ;Ty whlch was reported of Ihe American Ilcd Cross coinrais- trie of Conservative Blon in Europe, Is taking measures 10 bj the la e Hcrr ora contribute lo Ihelr rollel. Ho sent ag-. a" have asked cnls to Uolosna and TlrpilZi lormcr minister of marine, lo stand. iniii. Jn Ihc.case of Prince Georgo, 20 men come. Ihe provisions of Ihe. consc (.ptlou mca- ure. to nnu M-hlch'most of Iho rcfufiees pass. For economic and political reasons Iho government has decided that tho re- tugees will be received elsewhere than at nomo. JACK80N (22 Third 'Avenue south INCREASE I'M IMPORTS London, Nov. The hojrd ol trade returns [or Ocloher show the following: Imporls, an in reaso over lbe prev ons month, and exports u increase ol The chle ncreases were in Imports of cotton In ex r; A. Buclianan The Union Governfnen1 candidate, and others will address the follow- ing meetings in the Leth- bridge Federal Constit- uency: amounting to and ports of cotton ot STRAIGHT LIBERAL Porl Arthur, Ont., Nov. Th Arthur Liberal, Association ha decided' to. endorse, a candidate sup- plalfonn. Tho names of Dr. Brett, of Kenorii. and CO Smith, ot Port Arthur, are men- Honed It IB slated, many, promlnenl of.'lhe party were not pres- reme ent at the meeting where lUIs decis- Duttalo; N. Y., Nov. Addresses by fraternal delegates .Irom Cannda and Great Britain were made as spe- cial order read- ing of minutes at the opening ol to- day's session ol the annual convention ol the American Federation of Labor. Telegrams Irom all parts ol tha country congratulating PreeMcnt Qom- pcrs'and Ihe otlfcers of the hulldlng trades department for the steps ihey have taken to climlnata Elrikes on shipbuilding and munitions plants have been received end several ot AT THE MAJESTIC Most melodramas have one big llirl'l. "The Lone Woll" Herbert Drenon's latest Griffin Picture, breaks all records by containing no less than hree big Incidents, any one ot which would be sufficient to form llic nuc- eus for a single production. This iholo-mcloilrama will be the attract- on at Ihe Majesllc Thealre next Mon- day and Tuesday. NOT. 19 and 20. The'first ot tho speclacular episodes is Ihe burning of a big hotel by Ihe Paris Apaclies lo conceal a murder Tho second Is a race between txo automobiles through Ihe slreels a breakneck speed, concluding with one of Ihe machines leaping fitly feet into a river through an opening draw bridge. The third Is a fight in the air between 'aeroplane racing across tho English Channe Therc'arc many olher strenuous raoir ents in the which is best dc scribed as a multiple melodrama d It 13 your patriotic duty Victory Bonds. The G. W. V. Association ARE HOLDING A in the Veteran's Hall The old Dominion Land Office Building. Admlulon EOc Late Oars for North and South Forgtt the Boy> at Home 283- FOR YOUB5ELF FAMI LY NORTH LETHBR1DGE. FLIGHT; Koi'liwa, NoV- 1B-rThe department of that 3ub-LleuL George L. Trapp, u. oj NC.WJ [THE STOREoFBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE I CARS TO THE DOOR PHONE 789. Gall Stones REMOVED IN 24 HOURS PJM WHATEtti iiiiiieusnoii, oiomncn ami I-.IVCT uis- orde-s, Appeiulldlls, Peritonitis and Kidney Stones arc olteD cauced by Gall Stones, which Is B dangerous complaint and misleading until those bsM attacks of Gall Stone Colic ap- near Ninely onl ol -every hundred persons who havo Gall Stones .don't RAYMOND November 15. MAQRATH Friday, Noveinber 16. TYRELL'SLAKE Monday afternoon, November 19. WARNER Monday eyeiimg, November 19. Ml Ontirlo SL, Toronto (GOD SAVE THE KING) FOR DIGNIFIED CLOTHES Leads Each gannent production of studied Brtutic refinemeiit THE, DERBY, here ihown, U 1918 Mtde to Ready for Price, to u-ni THEM'S 'COMFORT FOR THE cHUpnEN AND CROWN Uf a, WHEN WE INiTAL THE HEATINQ PLANT, KEEL Lethbridge W ALK1ER A; HOLBERTQN AND OA4FITTING ave een r Ihem were "read by Secrelnry ilorri- Joim Hill, fraternal delegate trom the British Trades Union and Con- gress, was lha first speaker. He said British trades union men-had loouei long and aniibiiaiy toward AmerlcE for an "awakening in minds ol Uielr Lrolhers lo a realization that the war against Ihe central powers was a war lor the existence of the principles of freedom lor unionism slands "You are. with'- us now." he said, "am we' shall win. -The namn ol Preslden Wilson is held. In high esteem amon ns In Great Britain and It- Is hearten ig lo find' that you are. -worklng'han ,1 hand with him and avoiding som it our early niislaVes." Mr. Hill toot exception lo parl of speech delivered at Ihe opening se aion of Ihe convention in which It wa said the Princess. Patricias regiment WHS cut to pieces because ot lack of shells, due. lo the failure of the British workmen to turn them out. At the beginning ot the war, Jlr. Hill explain- ed the rush lo Ihe colors drew so many rrten Irom the Irades unions that I the government appealed to Ihem not llo enlist because Ihey were, needed! I In the shops. There were no slackers among the British, workers, he said, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE" PRESENTS PEARL m "MAY Five Reel Pathe Color Feature. LAST TIME8 TONIGHT JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS -A WALLACE REID AND ANITA KING; IN "THE SQUAW HAN'S SON" "LONESOtyiE LUKE, MESSENGER" Nights GETS CROSSINQ AT ALDERSYDE Ottawa, Nov. card hns iaaued an order grnnljng he application ol lha local Improve- ment district number 100 'Oltotolts, MARLATTS SPECIFIC ''ABoendiclUa or Gnl1 Rtones Lodav 'avplfl an opertll JACKSON CO. ALTA. Iberia, crossing over the Me-' ,eod the Calgary and Ed- monlou railway at Aldersyde. YEARS neglna. NOT. caped convict and yeggman, .was aen- enced to Ihrec years Imprisonment n the district court today. He plead- ed guilty to Ihe'charge ol burglary on which he was held. TJie sentence will run 'concurrenLly wilh his .OJd sen lencc of [ilteen yehrs. ELIMINATE MIDDLEMEN Nor- 15.-F. E. Dar row, president ol the Cooperative Far tners' Dalrr assoclallon ol Vlclorla was the prlhclpil speaXsr Bt Ihe an uul conrentlon of.the Western Can adi LiveBtock assoclallon and made a strong appeal for the nbolltlon of In middlemen hnnrtllng larmcrs' products GRIFFIN PICTURES THR1LL1NQ 8TORY OF SCOTLAND, YARD AND GERMAN ESPIONAGE' By Loull Joteph Whoie story ll now appearing In. The Saturday Evening Pott with ;HAZEL'DAWN BERT LYTELV SEE Leip 50 .open battle, and The antt. wnath. The THAN WHE WHIP; EXTRA ADDED ATTRAeTiqlil GOVERNMENT VICTORf L5AN PICTURES v 25c, 35i: and 50c Gloria's Great Secret; Comedy, VkU i ;