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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta XOVRMI1KR 15. 1017 run LETMBnmr.E PACE FIVE i When tlie government ot tho Dulled Is estimated that one In every ten ol Ihe pipulallon ot the United waits BOH holds a Uberly bond. Uberly bonds llrsl Issue carry Victory bonds carry t'lve and a halt Tho lull result ol Ihe second Liberty isn-gives proof which will world over as cvIdeiice subscriptions WO and failure to Me the iuuallon In Its true proportions. The ablllly to sbsorb Iret weeks were a necessary part ol 1 organization becomes I--. 1 ,a us work of Tlie. necessity pf general particlpa- lon In Canada's l.oan be- comes more apparent as we go'along. The proceeds ot the are dlsnura: ed broadly. They mainly at llrel laud lo wage earners, employed up- on government work, but are passed on quickly to Ihe farmers and all clisscs. In order to keep Ihe gov- ernment's purse full, these disburse- inust be quickly caught up, and returned to tuo Treasury lor use over talc The more directly IB return- ed the butter, for every dollar of un- nctesfcary expenditure lends to pro- duce (-fleets lhal are embarrass ug to tho government and weakening lo Ihe economic situation. One of the tliiel gains rcallied by the bouds widely distributed that the will a direct Inducement to save for their nls and to add to Inch- .hold- When everybody does (hi? tho y will be actually paying Ihe UKATII IN LIQUID-FLAME SEXTOUT BY FOE like unanimity. Townships are re j 1 mcludlHB.Oeri.ian5, have g en artsrrsiA froflit mr uio rfuccesi Of till issue of Liberty Bond, rou.l be Urge Sst o tho pitch which produced the Wonderful result, of the last day Tho sHcct'of their work. jWas cumulative. at the end swept 01, erybolyalqng, but tlw laborsollhc A Service Based on 20 Years Experience in the Meat Business in Lethbridge QYou can't personally select better meats thari we will'send you in response to your phone We are adding pleased customers lo our llsl every trips down town, just' day. IJ No worry, you'll have perfect satisiaclion TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS, BEEF, LAMB AND EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET FOR TOMORROW s GOVERNMENT TO TAKE OVER GN.W. TELEGRAPH AS MEASURE OF WAR Montreal. Nov. tho Great Northwestern Telegraph com. has not reinstated the sli girls discharged in Monlreal after Iho Be llemenl of Ihe recent strike, although ordered by tlie minister of labor, sev- eral weeks ago, to lake Ihe girls back and pay them for Ihe lime they were ofl, things appear to bo coming lo a It was-rumored here, tonight lhat the government was preparing lo take over Hie Great Northwestern as a war measure. ____ A NEW USE FOR WOOD. The very latest wrinkle at soda fountains Is Ihe use of wooden dishes lor serving ko cream and sundaes, re- placing life cheap looking and, flimsy paper curs Ibzl came years ago in 'response to Ihc demand I for a sanitary individual service. These- wooden dishes arc pressed out of very thin shecls'of clear maple, .aped to slip readily Inlo silver hold-, rs They are tasteless, odorless ana yglenlc. The clean appearance of ho cups 'seems to add an appetizing lavor lo the frozen delicacy contain- il therein, and they are makiog a hit with the patrons ot high grade soda dispensaries. ATE PEA PODS, DIED Ttevolsloke. B. C., Nov. Saunders, the six year old son ol Mr. and Mrs. Sidney at the hospllal as the result ol eating sweet pea pods and.seeds. Three oth- er, children In Ihe family also were poisoned but recovered. name method o.-warfare begun hy theCermans. to her getting inlo pictures sho was. though very youug, leading woman ol a s'.oik company playing road engage- ments The hard work so told on her that her signs of leaving her and her phyd'vlan ordered a rest. Miss White could not be Inactive, drama with Us work of an entirely Jillereni nature would be equivalent to a vacation, sho applied for a 'on in the Pallie studios In Jersey The casting director liked her ooks and employed her. That was hr. beginning ot lame and fortuno or I'earl White. When tho "Perils ol Pauline' was first'considered, Ihe question aa to who was best lilted to be the star received Iho moat serious confi dera- tloo A great deal ot money was to be spent in reproduction and the serial venture was a new one It was essen- tial lliat tlie girl chosen be not only ul nxceplionally good appearance and ndoubtcd talent, but also nervy en- ugh lo I2ke the most dangerous hauces. Her wort Ic. "May Blossoms' shows n new side lo her character. Sho vears hoopsUrts for the first tlmo u her pcieen career. AT THE EMPHESS -Under cross Medicine Hat I Nanlon Okotoks Olds Plncher Creek Red Deer lledclllf IGb.OO 220.00 13.00 5000.00 is'.oo 1.1SO.IO 751.15 Provincial Govl. aftiir" slate'd lliat up1 lif'the time lBal Charles Desjard ,ns their I" Tenliiloyees) 1 h l I.3 's' residence al CortlcrvJllc no ol IIOM, 15 tilf AT THE MAJESTIC "Tho Lone Wolf" Herbert Drennon's plclurization ol Louis Joseph Vance's thrilling novel of mystery and adven- lure, will be Ihe attraction at the Majestic Theatre nell ilonuey and Tuesday nlgnls, KoTCrnber 19tb and Blair cf Unlyera- "ly ot. Alhcrla undrv Conlrlbu- iona nterest This is Brennon'a third contrihutlon (o screen history under the Crtlfen Pictures trade mark, and resuH has proven a sensation not soon lo bo ollice will te open all das- Monday. Eicllemcnl and advenlure Trill fea- ture the Bluebird photoplay to he pre- sented at the Empress theatre, tonight and tomorrow with Herbert ruwlln- son and Urownle Vemon starring In "Flirting With Death." Before nion In Ihe rolo of the hero, goes up i an aeroplane, he has been making desperate love to a pretty gill irto oubls his courage- Wnen he descends ij- aid of a parachute he lands In the mis ot hla adored and opens the way to fame and lortune. it HE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 NEW MEAT NIARKET1 v NO PHONE, NO DELIVERIES, Nj} CREDIT, BUT A PRICE CUSTOMERS CARRVI.G TlieG.W.V.Asiociation 'ARE-HOLDING A and Dance in the Veteran's Hall The old Dominion Lind Office i Building. Fn.Hoy.16 AdmlMlon 50c Lale Can for North and South.- 'Don't Forget tht Boys at Home' .-2SM ?bc order' of the court conducting the nrellminarr Investigation, was charg- ed Scrimes ne had been set lo Trembfay s.aled during Ihe course ol. this.morning's eiaminaUon 11 was some ot the Which viiiled the stole [fhe dvnamlte'ae'well some mem ''hera ol the ganE..whIch at emp ed th re.l Idencc dill What, Ihclr co workers were aioul.'He believed applies lo. a newspaper reporter andfl.1f student-. 1 ReterVlng lo'hls varloui, confessions Tremblay staled, thai-the rknfesslor i made-at police headquarters was oft- Soned under duress. He also, declared that Federal Inspector. Glroui had m- tlmldated him. Cross elamination con- [tinned. ______ _' CLEANING UP IN THE U.S. I The notorious 'and- open lighl district ol Charleston, SO was olllc lUlly.cloaeo.on October 5. Commercial Ilied vice, an inherllimce from Ihe on bucaneerlng days, was wiped ou ich Ihe combined pressure of fed 'officials, anxious lo protect imsnj soldiers anil sailers who 'are stationed near Charleston_ and a Bap- Nuraher of families assisted No Individuals assisted.- NORTH -w. P-P. i> N" HAVE A'FULL LINE FOR TOMORROW. Union Government Druggists jfaangpfyQfr ing Hoiirs i To Conform with Factory Act by one will be open even.lni until o'clock .nd of arrwoement rt bekw. to Friday, Inclusive.' IMl'i yog cut Ihki It In. wnverileni OftUG STORES' EVENING TUUDAY WstDNEiDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY THE RED 317 Fifth Slrett J, O; HIOINBOTflAM Third Huth A co, (.TO. CO. LTD, W. A- Buchanan -i -L -The Union GpyerRmerit can'didale, and .others, will addfessUhe ifollow- ing'meetings in ihe Leth- bridge Federal Conslifr uency: .MAGRATH Friday; 16. TYRELL'S LAKE Monday aftemoot, KwUay SAVE THE KINO) llslione near list mayor elected on n reform llcXeL 1 When a member of U-X Survey staff. visited Charleston list July (the Sur- rey for'August Charleston was about ss drj- ns dry could 1 riorcliliied vice hau been pretty well removed from the-residenco sections of-the city ami soldiers In uniform 'wor. kept out ol the red light dlslrjct. however, adjoining me jlreet of the city. lesion people stated lnUzed vice 'always had been there and always would lie that il was a rprbiecHoii to the. women ol Ihe com- munllv; and the federal au, IhorllieV didn't like. 11, they could lake their soldiers and sailors where else. Reports from Charleston hoW say that the .dlslrlft has been nhsolutcly closed, nnslhesrmen hare lilnanced [or an Initial tferlod ol three months an emergency-home on King street, undcrah ailralalstrallon 01 Cap- ilaln D D the SaKntlon ArrnW- A number ol. the lormer- males of ;aro staj-l there They are not allowed out a' night and Ihe keeping men from Uic vicinity. The' clly aflmlnlslrallon Is under BeTere'rlro because 'of "-Its seeming mlhlessncss In carrying out the anll- Tl6e'proEram. plaint- Is 1 msd'e hecausc ot the'-properly rlgh s oJ-somey'of the, of the dlslrlcl. '-The rallon, however, la pledged lo this program, and Charleston social work- lr! rty they expect to see It adherer! [o" It la eipcctcd lo strengthen Ihe efforts of -Ihc organisations which have hecn attempllng to supp y re creation for the'soldiers and .'Charleston follows In the slops o[ Ssn Antonio, El Ptso and other cities which felt the pressure from Un- cle Sam's long a much longer snd earlier llsl of cotnmunlt ea which cleaned up of their, own volll- _ CAHAPIAN PATRIOTIC FUND from Alb.rU Oardston AT STARLAND with Pallie" lor over fgur years. TONIGHT'AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS PEARL WHITE ,MAY BLOSSOM" A'story of 184i-In Five'Part.. Turner Preald.ent .Secretary. of Lethbrldflt Conlribuliors. y, o Patric-ic Fund Contributions tor not jolicltor Vallance, 'Saillary Inspector Visessor's Ofllce. City Clerk's ollico Police Department Children's Shelter Fire Isolation Hospital Electric Stall ol Public Worts Ollice Superintendents This'film contains 102.00 1S0.61 BC.1S 93.90 52.1C 243 6 2-J.40 LATEST GXUMONT GRAPHIC -alto CHRISTIE COMEDY- j 07.15 22.70 2-H.iiS H5.22 177.09 243.10 337.15 79.00 .-257.25 3C3.70 MONDAY AND TUESDAY A TRAVELOGUE MONDAY AND TUESDAY We WithoufFall THE VICTORY LOAN FILM elected ,by aeclnniallon to Ihc, prorin In of, th? I on igiaiaiiuu v------------ Slfton, Ihe late memhcr lor Yen BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAYS nillon. 5ir.' Ebbct is niiiiun. -in. Jcr of Vermilion, and has been a district tor Iho post 10 NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY-NIGHTS, NOVEMBER 19-28 HERBERT BAWLINSON BROWNIE VERNON 50c, 35c, 25c BOX OFFICE OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY "'AT THE OHPHEUM MONDAY filillrtMi O. LUM ;