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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. NOVEMBER M..1Q17 TNI'. i.icriiiminr.r. PAGE Union Government W. A. Buchanan v, v the Union Government candidate, and k'otherSr address ihe Jollow- ing meetings inUne Letlv bridge Federal' Conslit- uency: BOW ISLAND Friday EverAg, Nov. 30 COALDALE Saturday Evening, Dec. 1. -BARNWELL Monday Alternoon, Dec. 2 GRASSY LAKE Monday Evtnlng, 3 PURPLE SPRINGS Tuesday Afternoon, Dec- 4 BURDETT' Evening, Dae. 4 'SPRING COULEE Wednesday Evening, Dec. 5 LEAVITT Thursday Afternoon, Dec. 6, MOUNTAIN VIEW fhuriday Evenlna, Otc. 6 '-KiMBALE; Friday" 'Afternoon, 7 SPRING COULEE MAN INDICTED Ships Faster Thiui Submarines Desfrnyed, Says Paptr v, London. Xov. TUe Dally Chronicle lu an edllr-ilal on Ihe sMppluE tonnage problem, eaya (hat the Germans are right In suppos- thai their least proauect of Tlctorr la that offered by submar- ine warfare. 1'clnllng out lhat for the allies the onlr one iray of safely Is lo (el more ships added than the submar- ines subtract, the Paper sayi two are needed, further successes In anll-submarlns warfare 'anil u much larger supply of mercantile lor cueutlal Deeds. To the litter end the Chronltle ore- _j more controlled end serviceable use of all which the elites al- ready possess. Declaring that Great Drlltln so far lc !E haTlnE; re- quisitioned srilt; bulk ot her ship- ping, iho paper outlines the cacrlllces uho has made In this way, and pro-. ends: I in 1915 "We ilo. not iiienllou fuels for recrimination, hut solely for the sake of reform. Great Ilrttaln la as anxious as ever to do her Best lor.her allies, carrying wheat and coal for France aud llulr and aiding In with whatever is found necessary io lacllllalo. Irans Maclioon, Wii.. Nov. 2S. Congressman John M. Neldoa and his sou llyrou wtsre indict- ed by a federal srand'jury tlay on a charge of conspiracy to violate ihe registration laws. The son previously had been In- dicted, charged with failure lu register. They will be Irled In December; Conglesaman Xel- son was charged with advising Ills soo not to register. Vouug Nelson Is on bis father's rant-It at Spring Coulee. Alia. Cou- Nelson Is In U'anli- to '.he Ilsnli) Fernle, D.O., Xov. Fire was Jit- coveted In Ihe basement of N. E. Sud- dabj'e drug store tonight at nine o'cloclf which did Bcveral Ihousanil dollars' worth of damage bctoro the fire brigade bad il under control. Mr. Trehearu was ou duty In the Btore and VJookkeeper was In Ihe store at Ihe aud Mr. WMteilde port of'lie comlnc American army, j f uut when'things' hri'o. come to such L a pass it Is.aurelyUinlo that Italian1 ships lying up In rtpck et Genoa or elsewhere should lake their part in the hazard of the seas, (hat the French admiralty ehould requisition all mer'citanlmen auJ curtail- Ihelr prl- vnto trndlnK In the same proportion as thb UrltlBh admlralU' has. "l-Yance during the war developed a most extensile carrying traua la new waters and sliould recognise tho ab- solute need of concentrating Ihe'wholo of Us resources on the problem of snielllng smoke went to the front part of Ihe store and Inquired ol Sir. Trc- hearu about It. Trvheara went at ouce to the door leaiUog to the base- ment aud upon opening It emoke In great volumes rushed out of the door. He 'it once cktad it and ran to Ihe phone and called tho [Ire hall, which was only a block away. The force was on Ilio .ground lu than two minutes, but the dllflcully ot fighting their vay down the etalra against Ihe advancing UaaieE was great and de- layed. Ihens a little. However, they bf'ltemMtovluthv- racceeied IB confining Ihe flames to. Itlcs against a French Eololer named the basemeul, where the greatest dam-' ,mi who was attached to ine "Be lo the large slock of drugs and which was stored there was sustained. Wole'r and amofce. did some 'age In the main flore, but the ele- gant llilures.'the finest in the west, will not be greatly damaged aud Mr. SuJdahy will be able to resume busi- ness as loan as the Insurance adjust- ers have Inspected tho slock. Mr. Bud- claby could not give the exact amount of Insurance tonight as Ihe safes were (locked up. but he rears that lie enough to cover (ho loss sustained, lib carries a Block averaging from "thirty to thirty-five thousand dollars and has the finest equipped slorc lu the Piss1. Ciller .McDou'gal slates that'lie fire iviis caused by'defective electric wlr lUg in ilie "uaauUlchL TO SAVE HUNGER STRIKE to America tr. Thtt charge la Ih'al ho obtained commissions amounting lo soveral million, francs on purchases he was Instructed lo make for the French government Goldsono returned lo France In the autnmii of 1516, succeeded iu having hlrnsell from Ihe army as and returned later I I'orl Arthur, Oul., Xor. Tho Saskatchewan Companr ferry. "Such changes would Involve sacri- for.each of. thc-allles concerned, out what all hKve.'tp ask themselves Is whether the I winning or retaining of certain ,'eoniriierclal advantages can Justify.the'-loElng .of.the war, and the war may be'lbst unless tp l.hls sphere e all use- resources without eserye." Tf' MoAday Evening, Dec. 10' (WITH HON. A. L. Tuesday -'Aflernoorir IjlOTTSPRWGS Evening, Dec, It Wedneiday, December 13 (WjTH'HON: At these meetings Mr. be' assisted by more of (he fol- lowing w.. s. BALL J. SHEPHERD DS. LEECH C.F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C. SENATOR DEVEBER L. H.. JELL1FF 3. DUNHAM' W. A. HAMILTON BROWN Ere. MACKENZIE'--.' J, B. A. iENISOFOlN Toronto. special cable rom London to the the gr L'onddn Tvh'o will construct a new hospital olevntor on the Port Ailtmr north end water trout al a cost ot 5450.000. It is lo be ready-to handle the crop of 151S. The unloading capacity will twelve cars per liour and shipping capacity to boats Bushels per hour. Tile Canadian Northern elevator will rebuilt d'jrins the winter at a. coal of 5500.000. AN ACCIDENT Port Arthur, Xov. p.. -A.-, Toole, ageu was thrown or (ell from, a Canadian" Northern .train ii miles Trost ol Port Arthur last night. found until this morning. lie Is unconscious at the Port Arthur general hospital with only sllght-Jiope for hlsJrecovery. His family reside In NOTB Scolli'i V' PUBLIC MEETING s THE POLITICAL SITUATION EXPLAINED MAJESTIC THEATRE SAT. EVENING, DEC. 1st ASSOCIATION AND THE LABOR THE MEETING IS CALLED BY THE INDEPENDENT FARMERS' UNIONS Mr. L. L. PACK WILL ADDRESS THE MEETING Other speakers will also go over the political situation of Canada at the present lime' NOW COME ALONG. LET ALL COME. LET ALL LETHBRIDGE AND HIS COKE. "QOD SAVE THE KING" new. character lu the novel, makes his on the scene, sees Hlcliarti Freneau, a man wlio ivrongtiil Mm long BEO, and ects out. to follow ILo Nor. release wily Richard irhen Ihe lallcr stDpa Jn- froni jail yesterday of the militant.' to a. motor ear and'spccds away. Trask uffrageUes went on a hunger runs across Hlverside Drive, New strike as a protest to a decision of the York; h (si eyes Intent upon thu dlsap local authorities lo prevent them froih pearlnp aulo ahead of him, and BO It becoming martyrs through hunger nol to lie wondered at that bo falls to striking. 'see a big (ourlag car approaching fron Ihe opposite direction, JusL. aa he readies a'corner the tourlag rush- es down upon him, swerves to one aide to avoid Mltirig htm, misjudges the distance, and a second later tha unconscious form of Trask forty feet away, ivhile ft grouQ.ol horrified spec- tators gasp in amazement. Wtiqt.Jhe Press Say THE STOREcFBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDCE CABSTOTntDOQR PHCNE 789. union govcrhiiicril In Canada, hare .election ngTroni agents of Canadian bpiresl- .ion'candidates. The'ao papera declare SUCCESSFULLY 'LAUNCHED i, Jloatreal. Tiov. 7.006. ton steamer Porsanger, the going vessel 'constructed- In Canada ait] bulirfor Norwegian" concern, was launched "successfully from the ship building slip of 'Ihp Canadian yickars Company Jhis morning.- Tno ceremony. was' ngrlpnncd such he absolulelr] by .Mrs.' W. H. Lynch, Tdte: bt tho nconjpatlblc with -ttolr: policy." I general manager 6[ Vlctarg. Tbe 'Great Body Builder "HARDIE' DR. CALBRAITH.. Calls For Funds to Help WiilTluiWar The Government's Earn- is for Wide Distribution of, Victory IVERV, CITIZEN-IN ERN ALBtBTA" .THE IMPORTANCE OF'THIS, The Oovernment Ififf Trwrv- ind il badly, lo buy Food, 'Clolhlnj Munillona. "QOD SAVE THE KINO" The Dominion of Canada will pay fo bearer Simple as a Dollar Bill isThe pominion.GcVeniment's OtKer fo, VICTTORX Beqsley Employment Agency 2051 AT THK v TUe scpred th'ef success "last nlghl'aL tbe Orphe- The troupe Js .composed'..of 20 bildren wlio are really clever and put ver a program Car anead ot ''givi'n "byj road show. singing -and' 'dancing- numbers are ery goad and the little comedian tli'c.bp.usc In the time tHo Elflge. i. Every number Is elaborately1 cos- umed anil 'electrical f feels -Dcginning, to- igbi'.itn .entire c'bdnge' ot program be-given- STUM I LAST TIMES TONIGHT Presents the Gripping and Soul- Stirring FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE PRESENTS HOLBROOK BL1NN AND DORIS: KENYON "IN OF STRANGERS" The Management Recom ihendt thjt Feat lira, Two' Perfprn.ancei at anfl Ad ml ill on 25 and 10 TONIGHT J THE BIG ROAD SHOW [HTERUIHERS j i IN AN ENTIRE CHANGE .PROGRAM Latest Songt, Dances and Novel- tlei. The Biggest Show Ever Offered In the City for the Morey Prices 35c, 50c, 75c, -r. I r AT-STARLAND Tie thrilling and spectacular pholo- ratria', -61 will be tbe [e a lure at Slarland imes' IdDiglit. _ Jfundpubledly no of the most ipieaseiy dramatic -.lever shown on-DIB cro'en, and deals'with a subject IbaL everyone should Dfi'famlllar wltb.'In Addition to theTBplendh'U acting by-a cxcepllohal ability, tbc Etorj- s oae-of absorbing-'interest, showing aa 'Jt-.doea the''clever raelhoda ol "n syndlcalp o[ blackmailera. Tbc plc- ure Is one to be highly and should lift seen by everyone, iu, V.Thc" the Palhe Gold booster PJay In.wblcb Doris Kenyon antliHplbrook'BlInii'.are seen at Starland tifler a girl', fa happily m'aTrletlj-a liica to blactinall III! n time, with tbc i6tn ot'a real Ilnda way to slop It, Empress" Is characterized, as a story that will keep you interested from beginning to'eiii' "V BURKE'ln BUSHMAN AND BAYNE In Romance The Great Secret! l Fox C'ornedy. Job' Wnk'ly and-Latatl WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Ff eedpm Must ty Freemen be Victory fionds to the Lethbrldje District tomrmttce by p; v. OEWIS AT THE MAJESTIC Although II had been hoped that (lie engagement of ''A Daughter ol mo plu- .The-atlracllon al the Majestic I'liMdafand Vedncsday, 3, "4 and 6, could lie '.xtcnded, (hlaI baa heen'fouort Impos- Ible'duc to ever IncreaElng de- maod for this '.maslerplqce rom other cities and to ttfe contracts or II held elsewhere vhlch munt ba Illed Ctn lime. a special ad- ditional be giren on Wednesday aderioon; In It Mr. Fox far, eclipsed ho most ambllloilB.dreams of man'In he mailer ot cjeallng such as.has.ncTcr beeo iMa up to the prca- chi time. Deaullful In Its inajcsllc heiuty ami perfect In 11: arttstlc delall.Mhls production bids 'air lo go dovtt In hlstorr is the last word In. all thai'has heeu at- .emoted In tho line of amusement en- It Is all N'lghlsi setilnj for'Annette Kellennann, whosej Olympian pcrfecUOB .of form was an Insplralldn for the title. I Despite obstacles .that have drlVen.anothcc.inan 16 IB floods, plagues' and var, Mr. Foi kept on In the furtherance! of ol century's srtatMl had Been It reproduced In gcreen AT 'THE EMPRESS ho'th Yhs frmiiicer nnd the unthor of OlArla's new motion picture note) In. which Blllla Burke Is Ilia bare pro- clilmed lhal thli dlfferj from all others lo aud lial In Itl'developn'.eiil, It iniat oo( be .lhat no_ thrilling ercnli'unfolded ort tM Jcrea dorini the >ach Is nol case, f.'. Chapter IM, tot .Italnct, whfck (ilt.Kmfnts theatre Three Night. Only nn i Ihejricture Beautiful Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Matace (Mr AT 36 IHARP WEDNESDAY MATINEE AT 2 30 Tic Me Plan Opens Saturday at Box Oifke WITH ANNEHE MKe most, I Weinls ?that. niin'fui' ;