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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1917 T1IK, LRTHHRtnr.F. HKRAt.n PAGE' FTVBI ris Wh Paris Whlrbsny tnd. mont Iroupe. composed of returned loldlors and daughter! or sliters-of returned veterans will a concerl In Ike Veterans bill on Thursday and Friday evening of ant week, a per- eealaec of the proceeds to [o to tile veterans here for tbelr club. This li the Ural Iroupt ot retmrned veterans to appear In talbbrldge and Include DeVluo. a a Illusionist, 'Airy. a com- edian. LUtle Mlsa Nobooy, Miss Belle France and tie Wasp woo will eipus trick slago ftncj ihoollng. Views and talks on the war will also iii, TIi-keLt are now on at aU stores' at Jl. To Announce His EmlorsalloB Hendrie Drops Out OIUws. Nov. Wilfrid Lnur- Icr Is still upon tbo task uf glvlcr bin tu candidates nomlnRled oa lloadiy ID opposition lo tHe repieKDUUTCB of the gay. ai_ _ IIM TOfw.......--------- It stated al Liberal: eracs ailtj unionist meeting hoadquArtem that the opposition lead-1 elet'lors her haa pracllcallj- finished Ms rlollo but no announcement will be made interest The cndorsallon of T, J. Stewart, c-x-rncmber for Hamilton VVeEl In to Col. IVni. Hen- drle, CouBervativo ITntonUl and Col. McLaren; Liberal Unionist, was erally and has not occas- ioned. any surprise. Hendrle Dropt Out, Hamilton, OuL, Nov. As a re- mit of Premier Bordon endorsing T. J. 5teirail as the unlonijt gavornment In West HamlKon, Lieut. Col. William Hendrio anuuunced to- he would retire (run thn Held. Col. Hcndrlti only accepted nonilnalion subject lo betue selected as tho union candidate. This will nialco it a three cornered right -rllh Ston-arl, Lieut. Col. J. I. McLaren, Independent Liber- A who was supported by the isar vet- of here last week, and Walter Ba tta contest- EXEMPTION TRIBUNAL BIG STOCK SALE Watch for Date and Bifli 100 HEAD OF GOOD MAREt 'AND GELDINGS. 100 HEAD OF GOOD MILCH COWS, HEIFERS AND WEIN ERS. FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. H. R. Owner Dlsoji znd LeValley Auctloiwira until the Hit complete. Tills will not bo before tomorrow. Considerable Lu- tereit I> attached to the decision or "Sir Wilfrid ID number ot tbe coostlt- nencles vhera more than one candid- ate hac been nominated to oppose (he official union candidate. The HU- tudo ol the oppoeltloa leader towards a number ot TAO arc run- ning u ladependeut IJherali li a matter of conildcrable Intuvsl to the The endonatltms of Sir Robert Bor- so far na announced, have nul created much surprise at the capital. They were pretty much as anticipat- ed. The pasalns over of W. B. Norlh- rup, who for many years has been Conservative member for West Jlast- IrJEs, and Ihe endorsallon ot W. P. Mac- Lean, ex-niembor Tor South Yortc, did not receive the support ot the un UMEVIDBiCElQ INT Tbo young men ol military ago em- ployed wholly In looking after live- stock occupy a different position than who are cultivating Land ECCUIB to the opinion ol the local exemp- tion tribunal. It Is possible, the mam- bars ol the board state. cattle auU Eheep to be ran together ia large herds requiring a oilnlmura ol help ultboul any decrease in production whereau overy mau taken off (he Carm means EO many acrra cultivated. A num- ber o( casea havo been decided on that ground. The need for motor mechanics Is a debated point also. Wires were sent yesterday to tbe Soldiers Hospital Commission at Calgary to learn It any motor mechanics has been turned out of the relumed soldiers classes. Xone are at present available but th ore are 50 men tiio ccr Following are the cases decided by There no corroborative evid- ence to Guslala .ILo serious charge against JI. In the supreme court laid by Mary While, Mr. Justice Ivcs dismissed tho case from court yef Icrday. The evidence of Jos. Berg- man, of Medicine Hat, who was Lo bave been a ivUneEE (or the plaintiff, was not taken. The story or tbe girl was rather contradictory lo places, and there was no oluer evidence to tonlal convention, Laye created somelsuilafn her charge. BOVRI Ibo local Irjbunal yesterday: CJardner, G. W., not a British sub- Gardner, F. It., allowed Under Main? No, 1; File. Hyrum. partly heard; A. J-, transferred to class 2; McMillan, Heber A., disallow od; Hairy, allowed No. 2; Bli- muth, J., partly heard; Bailey, Maur- ice, partly beard; Mllltr. A. W., dlial- Veselenak, John, from combatlTe service. Skinner. 0., aJlow- ed N'o. 2; Taylor. G. K. II., allowed No. 1; Kester, Win. IV, lo claw No, 2; fira-dbeer, S., disal- lowed; Carlyle, David Pool, allowed No. 1 and 2; Cliae. H., al- lowed N'o. 1; Morris. S_ disal- lowed; Mt-Iuioab, Richard N'., tdjou ru- ed to 24th; Savey. HllarO, nrjjo'.iriu lo 24th; Klofson, John, disallowed. All records sei by mtfJical bcni-Jri Alberta were imeshed Ibis mcmJi by the board under Capt. HayfEeli! htre 34 men appeared for ciatuJaa- Hon. out ot whom 19 were classed as "A." This Is a 5C. 0! the remalnlDg 15 wen 14 wore in Class "wr1 or wholly unfit for duty, while one loan man bad Ihe distinction of classing as "C." One of Mis eyes of the scenes ot "Gloria's llomance." for Miss Uurke it lime and agafn Low being alfo boing during the production shown at the Knipreis. The tlreal Secret Is AT THE MAJESTIC Mac Marsh and Robert the beautiful Surauac Lake. auJ an excellent coiupaly, will be tho Fara.uount fualure fur tho last, lime at tonight. Thid plcturo Is ODG of the finest llial tns ever bccu i E.LOVTU ju ilio city. In addition to the splendid acting, llio photography Is of L Ihe llneit, thy sccjery beautiful, and I the story quite ouL of tho ordinary. I The principal sceoea were taken at I In addition I slars ot "lotolcrance" anil IMnb lo this lealure a Bcreamlngly 'funny -1 two reel comedy U being shown, mak- ing a program of eicepiVonal merit of a Nation." will be Been at the Ma Jestlc IQ a new play "Sunshtne Alley" tonight aad for the balance of the and real enjoyment. week Including a special matinee on A wc f h I jtv eaMnni ciii-h -I w. BV, nun Siwrday. II is seldom thul surU a practu.all couitlnalion of dramatic stars ara is- ln everj cimniry ol the world. SLe ahvays sembled together as are Vn "Sun- siilno Altcy.'-anJ.lbose ivltnesslng IJJB a KUI1j bcl h production will reailly coacede that an onlinsry huia'an being. Oa the I It Is ui. to the uow famous ColJwya aro [he worda "P Mae Marsh numbers standard. eilmlrtrs by the thousands, her work In the two great Griffith riroducltoai' Nation" winning InteruaUonal for her. nne la Jiiby sarlo lama (u Palhe'a woiidtrful flvo reel plclgra I or happiness, called "UUla llnry Sun- I All for "Sunshlno Alley" may shine." Her latest starring vehicle li I reserved in advance at lio boi of- "Joy and the in were gone or the record would bare been belter. Tbo board Is limiting Its work to C5 men a dar, havlne found that DO more can bo properly handled. lice. At STARLAiVD The Lons starring .Lou TellcEen, supported by MUT Fuller These Lethbridge Men Urge You To Buy Victory Bonds Make Your Money Fight in-s. BULLETS WIN BATTLES. MONEY WINS WARS. BUY VICTORY Singe Sewing Machine Co. 291-f yi Miser. Helps, 2SMD SEE THAT VICTORY BONDS ARE IN EVERY HOME, HAVB YOU BOUGHT YOURS? 'City Second Hand Store THE WIDOW'S MITE BEHIND THE 'SOLDIER'S ,'VICTORY BONOS. The ZWk Center Book Store 291-6 IF YOU CAN'T GO COME VIC- TORY BONDS. Dr. M. J. Gibson Ml-10 HE ALBO FIQHTS WHO HELPS A FIOHTER FIGHT-BUY VIC- TORY BONDS. H. McG. 2tl-6 BEHIND THE MEN BE- HIND THI Bijou Pirkn TURN YOUR INTO VICTORY W.H. Millar m-t The Safest Investment in >thc Bonds. Ott SILVER ARE A9 ES- SENTIAL Al HIGH EXPLOSIVE VICTORY BONDS The Kjjser started Buy ..your Victory Bonds and help finish it. LCTeepIe Keep the home fires burn- Victory Bonds. King George Ice Crtam Parlor Save and Victory Bondi. Standard Bank-of Canada X 291-0 BUY YOUR SHARE IN VICTORY VICTORY BONDS; Walker Hsberton Help your country to help you.. Buy Victory Bonds, Graham Abtor Co. NO HOME SAFE WITHOUT BONOl HAVE YOU 10UOKT Gotta Perckt and Rnbbir Ltd- OIVE YOUR CHILDREN A SHARE IN THEIR COUNTRY VICTORY OVER THE TOP WITH YOUR VICTORY BONDS ANONYMOUS 291-S London, Kov. BrilUh cas- ualties In the advance toward Cambral are reported to ue considerably iesa than llie numLcr of pi'lROnera talcec, H was announced today by Major Gen. V. B. Maurice, chief direc- tor of military operations at the war office. The British, said Gen. Maur- ice, had advanced to a depth of Eli and one-half lullea at tho farthest point on a front of ton miles, which waa a record advance in 24 honra on Hie western front, and was further than the progress made dialog the three months' fighting al Yjires. The latest official British statement of prisoners taken eare the number IE more than Takti It Quktly. London, Nov. far has taken Field Manhal Ualg-3 big victory In France. Tills morning, despite the big headlines and eulogis- tic, articles In the newspapers and the feelings of quiet exullatlon exhibited in public went about its buslneis as luunl. Not a flag -was Hy- ing and the bells have not yet arous- ed (he people lo a realization of what their armies have done in France. "Unlike tic Englishmen of the South African war days when Ihe capture o[ the town, Ihe release of a garrison the defeat, of a handful of Doers was made tie occasion of streel dem- onstrations these ot today take tba victories soberly and content, tbem- selves with tie anticipation ot bigger things lo.corac. ILIs generally known that.all fiiirnotitfeenrtold ot "thr Montreal, Nov. refusing an application for ball for Charles Des Jardlns, the federal detective who 13 accused of conspiracy In connection with Ihe alleged dynamiters of Lord Atholslan's summer residence al Car- ticn'llle, -Mr. Justice-Pelletler yester- day referred to Ihe (25 given by DCS- Jardlns lo tbe ConblllutlonBle Cluh whoso membership fee wan only and stld: "Here we find a man, supposed (o be a police agent working in the In- terests of.Justice, furnishing moucy for criminal purposes at a time when the Bllghtoat spark might have start- ed the most awful conflagration In our province, at a lime when public sentiment was at fever heat and slight- est outbreak might enlnll the most fearful consequences for the whole of Canada. To me It ia Ible." Take a tip- well. What the Press Agents Say 291-2 AT THE EMPRESS. famous star o rhlch Is the tea Burke. Hie 'Gloria's ture altracllon at the Empress eacl ;week, has been provided .with ,a Rolls Royce ,.automobile ot special that.all niirjioijDeenrwim 01 me ex- Koyce, auiomoniie ol tent'ot fho France wblrh la I Jtj color Ij ILe famous "Hur_ being extended hour by hour. Tha that builders in this country people were thrilled through when have tried in vain to duplicate, and appears at Slarland ftlJay and BaL- urdar. It le Ecorlug a Wg hit IQ Mew York as did her other pictures. Farm ers l-AST TIMES TONIGHT FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT LOU-TELLEGEN AND MARY FULLER IN "THE LONG TRAIL" A Splendid Feature. Don't Mix It. "LUKE, THE MECHANIC" The fynnlcst twa reel ever Jhown In city. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE PRESENTS BABY MARIE OSBORNE The Wonderful Child Actreit I" 'JOY AND THE DRAGON" ALSO SPECIAL COMEDIES Have You Bought Your Victory Bondi? We are in the market for all the MQk and Cream you can supply. We are paying 7c per quart forjfresh milk test- ing 3.6 per cent., deliv- ered at the dairy: WE ARE PAYINQ THE ML-[ LOWING PRICES FOR CREAM SHIPPING SOe per Ib. butter for No. 1' Swett per Ib. butter fit No. S Sweet. 43c per Ib. butter fal for No. 1 Sour. 4Oc per Ib, burtar fat for No. 2 flour. Crystal Dairy Ltd PHONE 1576. Our Soldiers fight for you Bonds fight for them. D. S. Co. Ihoy to know for IhQ tlrst'llme Inat Ihe cavalry had been ij action, not only in clearing the battle field >9 It had done on several octa during tile past year, but In ac- tually, charging artillery and Intan and '.in widening the breach In German line, long" acclaimed ae pregnable." Hoys- tar the cavalry hts gone Is not Inowii, hut-one correspondent at' the front says that early yesterday morn- Ins HID cavalry was "still pouring over the furthest hjll, a good sli miles [rom the cracked It Is also slat- ed by correspondents that tha British line sss-lngs much furtJier north than Gmlncourt, behind the broken wing of the lllndcntmrg line. 1C the latter bo Irue, Ihe retreat of the Germans entrenched between Itariaume-Cambrnf road and the Scarne rls-er Isrserlpusly threatened. Its Interior h lined wlth'aott grey. Pnlrons of Kmpresa Theatre behold this famous car In several VICTORY BONDS SAVE SOLD- IEBS. HAVE YOU SAVED YOUR SOLDIER? Roy Electric Co. 291-6 THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARS ra THE DOOR PHDNE 709. I C' FES.APROIESI Help lo Finish (he Buy Victory Bonds. f Central Cash Grocery Whatever your save .Vic- tory Bonds, Enters AcUon To Set Nominalion of Jas. Charetre Aside MOVING We Make t Specialty of Moving Furniture and Pianos The only covered vsna In the city. Furniture stored. 'PHONES: Coil A Storage 1047 Houie 1089 The McLean Transfer Prairie City 03, Co. Wl-6 Canada Needs YOUR Mdney-Buy Victory Bonder Palace Clothing Co. 251-6 Ottawa, Nov. Charles Mur- phy, Liberal candidate In Russell county; has aervcn notices on-tho clerk ot tha crown In chnncery, James roloj; the general rclurolne offlc- F. O'Connor, nnd Ihelefurnlns officer for Huitell county, John R Askwltb, that wllhln dajs. an Aclfon .will be cororaenced In the su- 6f Onlarlo to sel asIM flleA m behalf of James Barrelle Chlrrette, .inilA- pendcnt' cindldats In Ihe ma't (rounds alleged by Mr. rjiliV for his action are thnt the nomination paper does not contain tbe caines of IjpentyJIve duly gunlllled electors' that some' of-thoss slgnlni Charrette's paper ilio lined (he pa- per another; that corrupt practices I were resorted lo; that fignituros were i obUlnert by allying that Cliarrette! would not stay In the field and Uial! DavM Uamaby, of Orleinf, van named as Charrette's financial ageut wl'thout! his content. I Mr. .Murphy to the of-! flclals thai If they action to gH-e .effect lo Ihe nomlnillon of! Charrelle, an. lojanctlon vlll be an-' plied tor. AUCTIONEERS TV'o wish Lo announco _ Peler LoVnlicy end Nlchol- sou hnve their In- terests as auctioneers and will .conduct sales anywhere In the prorlnce, Tho best ot workman- aTilp anil sallsfftctton euararileed or iib pay. .For aate d4lM, phone 1018 or 205 Unral. Youra for brjBlnoss, LtfVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctlontert, ORPHEUM TONIGHT Prices: Children 2Se, Adults 50o. Don't M In the Greatest Muilcal Tnat of Seanon The Original Tennessee! Jubilee Singers NEGRO MELODIES, COMIC SONG9, CLASSIC THE SWEETESt VOICES IN DIXIE LAND AMD OLD PLANTATION MELbDIESj SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY, CHILDREN lOo, ADULTS We ENTIRE.CHANGE OF PICTURE PROGRAM TODAY BERLIN OR VICTORY GERMANS Paris, NOT. Tho Oer- 4 aUaj lut nlgit a coua1- Ur ttlick on A front In 4 an cnituror (o the 4 iron fcjr French In 4 olfCTUlre. The vmr 4 oWlce .aiiDOunMi that.lht 4 4 4 4444444 4 4 Cor. Isi Ave and 10th KUTH OXV-ACETyLENE WELDING MAJESTIC-TONIGHT ALL WEEL MATINEE SATURDAY GOLDWYN IMC, OFFER THE STARS OF "INTOLERANCE AND "TOE, BIRTH OF A NATION" MAEMABSH (Whfi.playBd ?Tta; Otmr In Tht LttOa SttUr" In The Birth of and RIDER A FULLY GUARANTEED ATTRACTION We, JSo, Adulli SSc, OWIdr ALL MAT! RMeRVeo KlbHTUY AT WO TONIGHT Ito ;