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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOYF.MBKH 10, 1017 'TUB PAGE FTVE British Loss Very Heavy London, Nov. British reported in the week ending, today reached a total of 32.2J7. which are divided as fol- lows; Kidtd or died of wounds, offlc- trz men 6.1GO, VHivndti or mljslng, ofiicere B23: men 24J18. The (jrillsh casually lists have been Increasing recently, probably In consequence of the tHter 1l0ht- Ing In Flanders. Last week they were and In tht preceding week DEATH OF MRS. PHILLIPS Mrs. If. IV. 1'htlllus, 70-1 Clh Ave. S., passed aivay, ut noon today. Notice of the date of the funcnil will be given later. Mrs. I'lillllps had hcefl living vUIi her two dBUgtitcrs hero for the last A eon lives In Crau- and another at stin eiiolher.Dt Porto Ittco. Tlie deceased lady hi year. Farmers We a're in the market W kll. (he Milk anrJ- Cream you can supply. We are paying 7c per quart for fresh milk test- ing per cent., deliv- ered at the dairy., WE ARE PAYING THE FOL- LOWING PRICES FOR CREAM SHIPPING POINT.. 50c per Ib. butter fat for No." 1 Sweet." 44c per I'D. butter fat for No. 2 43e per Ib. butter fat for No. 1 Sour. 40c per Ib. butter fat for No. 2 Sour. Crystal Dairy Ltd; PHONE 1678 TUe fingers ot Mr, 3, W. BcfiDurd, ot S39 Craig 6t Montreal. Ho fall- ing team badly suiasbcd my hacd. Two QnECTs so EQYcrely criished lho.1 the doctors said, Uicy would havo to be amputated. Nat- urally I d.tlo't vant this, to de- cided to try Zam-Buk firpt ap- piled Zim-lluk dally, fiiiJ by tiic lime 1 bad used U vorUi, the In- jury vas completely liealed. My fingers were Just another Illustration of the healing power Acci- dents will happen. It may be your lura neil. Better, get a box and keep 11 AccIJcaievare leaa frequent Lb.au skin dleeiseB, and remember Zaia-Uult Is Just aa eood for eczema, ulctrs, skin diseases, (or All drucclsta add 50c. bos, or 1 for U5. fieruse tuliiUlutes. jupremc Court.opcned (his morning wltli Air. Justice Ives on' the beorii. (Julie a number of Important civil ac- tions arc down for a hearing There are six jury cases, 27 non-Jury cases nml six applications for certlorerl. Ono ot the Important cases is that of Bonaoiico-vs. Ihe-Clly of Lcthbrldgc, an action lo recover damages to'Block by the flooding of the basement- ol the macaroni factory a year ago: One case wag disposed of' this morning, that oM. H. CJ- rd. Slovall. This was an action to recover due on notes Llic .company, by the dc fcnriant al FoferoosL'. 'Judgment given for the plaintiff. Johnslo'ne and imchle for Uie plaintiff and Ball and Cameron for Lhc BIG SUBSCRIPTION The Brown Ranch Company and J. II. Wallace Company. have iiibscrJbedi' ttt -Canada's Victory Loan, through the Unloti Dank of 'Gabfiaa, In the amount ot THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARSTo-THEDOOP PHDNE 789. CENTRAL SCHOOL AUDITORIUM: TONIGH! AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Speakers: SIR JAS. LOUGHEED HON. A. L. SIFTON r.' Mnnter of Cuitoms W. A. BUCHANAN CandUate for Lcthbridge W. WOOD, president of the will speak on behalf of the Victory Loan. LADK ARE ESPECIALLY TO ATTEND. EXEMFf ION TRIBUNAL Are two branches ot the eair.ij lu a clly of population neces- sary? Thai Is one c rer (.._ un- dcr claim No. J; ..mole, Wm. II., al- lowed, pnrslcallj- :nfii; Emerson, I. If., allowed calego.-: K; Barnes, E. F., partly heard; John, psrily heard; class .Vo. 1 iransferrcd lo ".11., traneirrreu 10 class .Vo. i; Ranm-j. jr. B., allowed category James, allowed category B; Purdcy. allowed tranEferredllo clasw Munro Alex allowed catfewy K. The v enoueli ahead for every till Dct.-ber lib. From that till DccfcAer KM, busy -IcallnB wilh leiiu wliliij arc Icll orer from time tcaline till Jnfor- malloS Is Winnipeg. uirals started t claims foi wllh, aci celled at tie of] I Chapman. Mr. C! hour showed Ih claims had 5.S5S allowed, all centagc of Ihs la [allowed temporarl harlna to report thrco months' lime! (he Irlb- work a iveek ago, imptica hare been ing lo reports re- ef IHfJlrar B. R. ian's Iiies at thEl of ill i nuuiuer in (llsalloivod and ;h the yreat per- havc only bceji iny of (he men In or wonderful character of "The Dear One" in "intolerance" and "Tlie Lltlle Sister" In the "flirlh ol a Nation." and Uouerl llarrou. 'The of "Inlpler- snce" fame. Ai'ifly" cornea to the Ma- jestic fully guaranteed by the man- agement. Performances will start sharp at There will be a special niatlnee on Saturday. t THE CAKADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED, PROGRESS OF THE LOAN Tcronto, Nor. lo Lhc official figures compiled at Dominion headquarters, Cauada has subscribed for Bonds up to noon today. Figures are complete, however, frohJ Ontario only and the unroportccl sales would bring the total largely In advance of the sum named.' Special subscriptions to the amount of over reported today; to the headquarters, of the Victory Loan Including one of from Sir Joseph Flavellc and 3 similar amount from E. II. Wood. AT TABER Tabor, Nov. Tabcr victory loan comtnillee have been quite flcllvo this week, yiln the result that the tirst [our relurns are Messrs. KreCs and Treecc or Purplo Spring, have very nearly finished Ihelr territory with BHC- cess.. J. W. Anderson, of Barnwell, has also-been very active and has nearly covered hfs territory with splen- did results; 'AT CAflDSTON. Cardslon, Nor. mo reports as yet from six districts Trncre can- zw just sta total tl 31afrath. This Keck coiulue In from all I and He tolals ia-JI] ju Prospecls are good fo of tbo campaign here At Calgary Calsarj-, Kov. official ancouncoment yeslcrdar's subscripllons Carrlslon'a excluding see reluras points i completion tees. AT THE A big house was splendidly enter- talned last nlgbl at the Orplienm by j J. It. IlaU and Ma company of artists. The program submitted was well cbos- en and altogether enjoyable. .Mr. Hall bas managed to gather together a. very clever company of cntertalaers and those who did not hear them lant night should do t3 thla H'hea appear for the last time. Tta com- pany Includes a violinist of ability. B planologulst, and an entertainer be- sides .Mr. himself, nlio Is alivajf cnjored. t. OQ Wednesday at (ha Orpbeum Jubilee Singers will open an engage- ment for (wo night- They arc also a splendid company of cncerlalucrs, Col- ored, who hare all the adaptability of the colored minstrels for giving tilgk class entertalnnienL 'ollce of Canada. It be rcmomber- AT STARLAND la ono of the most charming stories In which she has yet appeared Miss Yirian Martin will besfcn at Starland tho lasl lime tonight ID the Pallas. 1'arauiount prftJucllon, "A Kiss for supported by a casl of unus- ual eicellcnce. Again we have a Tararoount picture dealing with that splendid organiza- tion, the Royal Northwest Mounted and -Mary Fuller on the Par- amount Program, they Mi Important part In shaping tho destin- lea ol Iho players. "Tbo Long Trail" 13 a Famous Players picture and may be seen at Starland tomorrow and Thursday. The palhcllc figure of a trapper In bis lonely cabin alter the departure of bis sister for the convent. Is drawn by J-ou-Telloscn In Ibis picture with touches as sure n-> Iboso of an artlst- Indeed, Lou Tellegen Is an artist, and of the highest order, in delineating characters of this sort. Andre, tha trapper, Is a heroic figure that will linger In the minds of those who jhlui. T r j Iwodood lory loaa In Calgary lo 550. making a total to There 539 sulisaib-rs Igary and the total up Icflmj S527, which Is said to scon Canada. "iv 250. There 539 Calg; is 5 for Can: The total for Southern ci- cluslvc ot stands aiVlU5G- 950. Quaker Bread The Dominion of Canada prom-. laes you a good interest return and ablolule security for your money In Victory Bonds. v John Ltd., vproniseE you purity, flavour, and the best I 'lost thlt good Ingredients, skill and complete can pro- iwt. One of Gang of Alleged Dyl miters Goes To Jail For Attempted1'Murder. TIP L': Montreal, NoTi Edouarfl Monetter-ono of the eang of alleged dynamiters now on trial here, was this morning 'sentenced to. life Imprison- ment by. Mr. Justice Peltitler on a. charge of attempting to murder Con- rad Therrlen, R chj.ulf.eur, Whose anto- mobrle'.vas Btoleu. The cues of the djnt drna- nilters vlll go orer to the March zs- slzu 'on account 'of the Illneis tit one of the Jurors. It Till then be'begun atrnh.. Pending resumption of proceedlnKB tf the accused, except Dealnrdlns'. the ioTerument deterttTe, accused of Ect- Ing as an agent, B. Lalumlero and .Tremblty. who hare made confessions bearing' on the dynamiting of the house of Lord Atholstan would be re- leased on hall. Hfa lordship remark- ed that apart from'these three men, .the crown's caie djd 'not Appear very strong. AT THE MAJESTIC" A'large audtenco witnessed the first shoiring here-or Louis Joseph Vance's Ihrllllng play 'The Lona Wolt" at the Majestic theatre last night, and were alternately plunged from 'the very height! of excitement to the depths of pathos and tragedy; Irom the tears >of the sadder scenes to the unalloyed laughter of tho scenes In lighter vein. "Tho Lone Is melodrama pure- and simple. As a work o[ has -held the interest of thousands of renders, and as a play, II last night's audience Is any criter- ion, It will thrill thousands of play- goers. '.The -Lone Wolt" win bo fhoirn again tonight at the Majestic for the last time, and ll can truthfully be said to be indeed ivell worth seeing. Those jiliygoers who have been thrilled ulth aivld twn masterpieces? "Intolerance" and "The BlrlL of a Nation" will' be Iriter- etted to learn that Ihe two "princi- pals" in both-these plays coming to Ins Majestic on Thursday, Friday Saturday ol ihls week m "Sun- 'ahlne Alley.' The principals are none sa than ill? JIarsh, whn played the AT THE EMPRESS LAST TIMES TONIGHT, VIVIAN MARTIN IN "A KISS FOR SUSIE" Five Part Paramount Picture "BLACK HANDS AND SOAP SUDS" Comedy FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT, LOU TELLEGEN. Supported by MARY FULLER And An Excellent Girt, In "THE LONG A Tale of the North and the R. N. W. M. P. 'LUKE, THE MECHANIC" Two-Reel Comedy V EAT LESS BREAD Is.the'food 'controllers slogan. OUR SLOGAN IS "WASTE LESS BREAD" by buying bread that-well hs eaten and enjoyed to the I art crumb. Quaker Bread is Always Either at pliln and. but- ter tallied canne't help Reglni, Sask., Nov. hai' been btficlally announced that the R.N.W.M.P. arejco-operaling with the other police forces; Irr enfore- Ing the provisions of the-Military Service Act. Pclrograd, NOT- army corps'loyal to the committee-for the salvation of the resolution, stationed M Luga, report thai .Premier Keren, iky Is with them. There Is'no con- firmation. After the defeat of hh forces el but appreciate thf tine Oilchlna, Premier KerentVy was fnc of. Quaker rf you tha desertion o( the Krapi of Quiher bulk of his army. The premier chop up fine and mix coet'ceil Into promising 10 surrender lo the BolaheTlkl goTernmcnt, bnt Tthllo the was being formed he dls appcareri rtlsmilsctl sailor. The commltlc6 for the Bslnllon of tho revolution Is opposed to the Bolshevik regfme In Fclrogrid and hu prbtestcil agarast the order of trrnt of Premier Kfreagky. If on the Petropad-PstOT rail abonl tnltes of Petro- trad 4ud elllT Mitk erf.Oat Kar, rtf kteTkh, t former BmbercV the Dmipa, wh6 led Ja m tnflMnct tm twHta ,imr ud the "dtrt iMrttr titUn Emperor wu Mtreied, WM arrested today lU e< btfaj at the head Of nODJiKkM Wltl him'a( the hotel Hi (hem with your left over potjt- ett. Use a hot'pan plenty of. food dripping jtnd fry therri for .will be ivrprV ecf how food they will title] We deliver fmh dalljr to yesr door and five U for the 378 1127 aid Our Drinr WiCJ. JohnGilmore, Limited if UM Doa'l boy iSsl Suit.llH Saturday.6 'BUNDLE C. Gilander 521 THIFrftENTH ST. N. MAJESTIC-te, fri, Sat This MATINEE SATURDAY GOLDWYN PRESENTS THE TWO BRIGHTEST 8TARB OP D. W. GRIPFITH'8 MIGHTY "INT.OLEHANCE" AND ''.A -i MARSH Herojne of Birth of I Nation" and "The Dtar QnV In ROBERT HARROW The Fighting .Hera ef i Thouund Playa, and "The' Boy" In -Intolerance.1' IN ALLEY" A PLAX OF THE HEARTi BY RIOIR A PRODUCTIONJTHE MAJESTIC MANAGEMENT TAKE PRIDE THEIR PATRONS. V One Show Nightly irt. 8LM. All 60s, JSe, 2So Adults 2Se, Chlldrtn 1fc LCNE wdLp" FMPRESC f TONIGHT J YHE SWEETEST LOVE STORY EVER'TOLD The slorr of .-woinin .wio marrie? n run stcntir, who la separated Irom him through tie play of'fate, and who iflta her- self when eoe leanit that lie li Thlt l< Shaketpfare't Immortal Romeo Jolwt ths magnificent phcjoplay-. In which WILLIAM, FOX presents Uie foremost tolren." of'the THEDA BARA ALSO VICTORY LOAN FILM. Back Anils New 2-Ilcel Comedy, A Howling Screartl Variety Vaudeville Show 'In Clatilc, Populif Claw IMgi, Duttt, Skeleh-i tie. AW i No, ChlMrvn We. Buy YVW- ttan ;