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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1917 THE LETIUmiDGE DAIUf HERALD PAGE FIVE Oct. Iloliert IJor- dco'B [Irsl day In Iho caultal alter Ills brief liallJay was not jirojuu of any definite enuounmncnl In ro- KQnl lo the government reconstruc- tion, llie formal dissolution ol pur- Ilameal or government appointment. The cabinet council was la Bcsjlcm lor a couple or Lours In Lho lute 'af- ternoon. Subsequent lo the meeting .Sir lloberl said ho bail uo announce- ment of rmy kind lo make but lie In- (limited lliil tUero might bo sooic- thlug of Interest to make public with- in a (Jay or two. II Mill probably lie Wednesday or Thursday before thero are Important ilovclopmenU at the capital. For- mal dissolution of iiarllamerit which otherwise vrould die u natural death on Sunday uexl. Is not eipcctetl un- til towards Iho close ot Ine ueok. Mcanu'lillQ fl number or anpolnlmenlB arc UV.oly to bo put through. Syrup in "Perfect Holds 3 Ibs. syrup w h e u empty use lor preserves. pure, n-holesome table with the delightful Savor. Alto lold in 5, 10 I.d 20 pouad id ft Write for tree Cock Book. 13EUU9inUCICD.UIirEI, The Hudson Auto, Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: Day-----668 Night-1269 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1WO Night Phone 787 PHONE 1050 P. King's AUTO LIVERY CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS THE ARCADE DRAYING Phontt 1345 or 1355 Turner Witchell Office Kcnnedy't 410 13th SI CoalC.O.D. DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Pacific Cartage Co. J. D, Thomac P. Phone 330 DRAYING Of All Kinds WestcrnTransferCo, Limited f. R. Freight ttidt PHONES Offlc. What the Press Agents Say Word was received loflay thai William Kuos, enlisted In the GSrtl Edmontor unit, from Leihhrldge, has been In action. Sergl. Knox Js a Lclhhrldgo hoy, Laving been cm- ployed at lLa Lelhbrldge Iron Works, before enlisting- Ills parents reside here. A staler Is employed In the Scott Bakery. ON FRIDAY NEXI wi, Oct. Jx-Ilon. J. llanna, food uctcnulno (he Oasis for coulrclllne Ilio of flour aud Ihe offal (bran aud midd- lings) tor Canada on Friday. Tlio oti liaa been under eoasfdera- (Inn [or Eoma weeks by a comnilltee appointed by (lie DillllnE Interesls lo cooperate with (be food controller. Tils committee will wake Its llnal report a( a mcellDg with Mr. Uanpa oil Krldav aotl prices Lo adjusted for Ihe eutlro Dominion. "licporls lhal prices already bavo bceu deicniutied aot cnllc." S3IJ Hie Jod controller. "Tho arracgcmcnl uUI bo inado on Friday %vlll enable mo to control flour prices, for I shall lia'vo complete kiiowlcdea of Hie basis on which those prices will be worked out." Tho eomnillfce representing Ihfc inlllrra eonslsls o[ General I.abelle, of tho I-awrence Flour Mills Com- pany, .Montreal: -Mr. W. A. UlaDl of the Osllvlo Milling Company; Mr. C. U. Watts, secretary of llie Dominion Millers' ABSOclatlon; Mr: IV. II. iHulchlnson o( the Lake ol the Woods Company, Mr, Lincoln Golole or Guelph, Mr. D. A. Campbell of the Camiiucll Flour Mills Cpmpaoy, Mr, T. Moore, Meaford and ilr.-Mat- Forlane. of (he Western Canada Flour Mills Company, Wlnnlpee- Other argo companies Interested In las Questions under consideration will also he represented at the meeting with (lie fooil controller. Hoalthy Inrreases In posIolTlce. cus- AT TUB ORl'HEUJl Linnet Uarryraoro aod Ireoe Jloivley, In "Hid Father's fion.'Mlie Metro-Uolio fealuru In five acts will bo showu al (ho OrpuKroi (oulglil are supported by w 'cas( cf unusual strength aui] dlstlncllon. Tbosc two sterling aclors, Frank Currier and LulMlos flRlirej for the inonlh CliarlCa KldrJdyc, have parts of prac-l 'if over (he saino month of llcally equal proDiliifnco as John Ar- deu. the gcui collector, and Adam Uarron, Totljer of (he hero, J. Darroii, played-by Lloucl Dirrymore. Frank Currier his been seen In sctcral Metro wouderplays, always In eircl- leut parts, among tbcin Thorpe, luo Jeweler, In "Tho and Col Jcs- iiip ia "Tli a End of ILe Tour." AT T1IE EMPRESS A famous old-Urn e actor, EUgir M. Klruball, aud lifs u-Jfe, vrlio was profea- Rloiially as Pauline Mailorn, bad a daughter threo moulhs old who dram a (I? tcndcnrJcs, cvWent- ly. Tills daughter, was named Clara, In one scene of a ptay Iliev hapnnnort to bq playing In, ft was necessary to have a baby carried on. Tho long arm ol circumstance willed that her ruollicr was- die character bad to carry the child on Iho EURO, so ol courso GERMAN REPLY I Showers''Auto Livery I Day and Might Service, I I Stand it While Lunch I I Phone 1127 J "florae. Oct. Vatican has delivered to the Ilrlllsli minister ILc text of Lho replies, of Germany nnd Austria to luc pope's peace iirojiogals. The re- plies arc accompanied by a Ehort note from the Vatican. 4 "WCKTltt COLD, BAD BRP she rould tliluk ot uo oihu ttal was fiUed to assume tlie difficult part of I qulel. Sho hegau lite sil- ently. and It Is iierfedly evident thai she reached Iho pinnacle of her career In the BllenL drama, unless some one perfects talking pictures. Miss Young baa had iircnomenat suc- cess In pictures produced by Ihe World Film, promluent among .hose Lctng "The Yellow Pass- port" and many others crjual note Dad diEllnctlojI. Miss appears In "The Uark Silence" at Uie Empress last year, Indicate new prosperity in he Tbo customs receipU show an In- crease ol J1G.ODO over SciH. of last year, the receipts for tho past raonth Loins J53.333.02 as against last ytar. Tlio poalufllce flguresi total for Septeroljer, as ayaliiEt tor last year. The stamp receipts were and the money orders swl The Lulldlng permlia for Sep'.cm-1 bcr totalled brfnciug (lie latal lor Ihe year 10 dale to aa i against to the em. ol ber year. The ijcriiilta Issued thta inonlh Joclurto many umong which are W. Carlylc's on Four- teenth St. at 57500, Mts. Rilcy on 13lh St. X, at SSQO, Jas. Hearst OD 13ih SI. S., nt J1500. There Is also for DonilnloTi govt. altcratSoua to the fair grounds. The permlls for the tew months Include a vast number of alterations lo bullillngs, chiefly Inside ivorki When Tired and Nervous' If the end of the day finds you weary or irri- something to tone and strengthen the system. are a remedy which quickly helps in rcsloring normal conditions. They act on the stomach, liver and bowels, and so renew the strength, arid steady the nerves. A lew doses of these world -famed family pills will Bring Welcome MM b uw3 U. 5. Amtrict. ID loin. 25 t A glass lias liccn developed which gives ILc nf rnlnr values as daylight when used witli taa or tungsten light. A tier man sgrkiiUurlst liaa (le- vel c-pod a niciho-J of Iho fibrous tuner bark of hop vines for use In (lie manufacture qf cordage. AT THE MAJESTIC Cunning, tho 'mystery man, opened Ms Lclli bridge cngogemcnt at (he .Ma- jestic theatre last night, and to the largo audience, demonstrated without Beit for Liver and Bov.-eli, for neu, Sour Stomach ind Cons- tfpatlon. Get a 10-ccnl boi now. Furred Tongue, Dad Indiges- tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head- aches come from a torpid liver and clofi'gc-4 bowels, which causo your stomach, lo become filled with undi- gested food, which sours and ferments like i garbage In B swill barrel. That's the first step digestion, Coul easest bad breath, yel- low skin, mental tears, everything that Is horrible and nausea A Cascaret lonliht give1 your, constipated rels a 'thorough.- clean sin K and lghtcn you put by morning. They rji wlille you 10-ccnl hpx from your druggist vMLl itcep you feel- ing good of men and, woman lake a Caacaret now end then to .'keep their sldmacli, liver and bowels rcgulaletl, and never a miserable raomenl.jDon't forget the 'HUla Inaldoi-nced a good, genUo cieanslng, question that ho possesses what one might be apt lu term "uncanny" pow- ers. Opening Ilio show witli a very entertaining exhibition of legerdemain, icill also lose the chance that Tic has, conjuring, and hand worh, oven It not exempt, of bflne one ol Cunning star Ice] lo gel Ills audience (u those whose Ecrvlces may not bo re- good humor. At this particular Lranch quired because the whole men Df Ihe wizard's art lie Is an adept. Ho authorized by law have been prorlded devotee Uie second part ol tho pro- gram lo a number of really wonderful illusions. FaJr maidens vanish Into thin mysterious paintings, arc re- produced before the very eyes of the unseen snow whl'.e doves vknlsh Into'space, a beau- tiful girl Is trios formed Into a burly male attendant-in" the' flash of an eye. In his 'bigger "illusions Mr. Cunning must use tons bti paraphernalia. The latter part of Ihe-program Is given over to a demonstration "ot Cuaniug's powers ,ot Lhpugiit transference, men' YOUCANDOBETTER- DRY GOODS. WEAR- BOOTS Jt SHQCS I NORTH LETHBRIDGE. CARS TO THE QOOR -without his holng called upon. Therefore, it is urged, It Js strong- ly lii the direct personal inlercat oJ every man lo comply with the Military Sen-ice Act, making claim for eiemp- t.'cn If (bo man believes he has grounds for so doing. Any man who resorts lo vrbat Is sometimes called "passive resistance" will he actlnf j contrary to his own Interests. By .so doing he will render his selection for military eervlcfi inerltaDle Bud that, under conditions ot IgnamT, he throw away tie, of befog one .of four bachelors put of every five, who In complying wlth'.lhe act, are relieved from the necessity ol rring the country under anna. Certain persons arc reported violating the law by advising young men to neglect the Military Service Act altogether and U> abstain either from reporting or from claiming ex-' empllon. It is not LhoughL here Lfaal success. Young men who allow them- to be led astray by. such advice, will put themselves In the positron or la'vr will also be.doing a etupld thing from their own point ol view.. No Mere Recruiting f Calgary, Oct. Lo order Issued today at headquarters of MfiUary District No. 13, no more re crulttng officers are' to' be HCiit out through the province. Voluntary re- cruits win, of course, still bo accepted by tho army medical corps and other similar organizations, but no special expenses will hereafter bo entailed in connection.with-voluntary ejiJisl NT6 applicants were eiamlncd by the medical board today aa It only sits, three.days a AIMS FAIL (CoyrrxnED rcoif Fho.v FADE) front Lo be recclrefl from the As sodated Press correspondent at Drltlsh headquarera, since last day, when, notice was given that Rending of presa dispatches from the field headquarters had been stopped temporarily. At 8.W o'clock (he Germans surged forward oiice jnore and as in the early ftllack were turned back by the In- tense tire from ilieir ouponents. Meanwhile llie British artillery was hammering away with drumfire in- tensity, shaking coal mfnes back of tlm. lines. Thc'Ccnnau guna were not silent, and In the midst- of the roar of tlie British artillery could be heard tho detonations ol heavy en- emy shells. U. seemed. Impossible that another attempt would'he made by llie Ger- mans In the face of such a hurricane of steel hut after considerable real. they came forward once more. Again they .broke, and tills time rnn with the British IQ. hot pursuit. Ul ftnEw.erfeVot the audience. reading, and Ihe ilolis submitted by One of (he reaLtircs of '.'Tlie Million Dollar appear at the will te tha hich a nuni- STajestlc oh next .Saturday lllunrinaterl whi her'bl th'rf nnd fdancea will be given, over 'uicyheads'of the audience. The "Runway" is'one of Ihe latest nov- cltlDa and brings the company and'r.u- uienca hi close touch wlLli each other. breaking, downjlhat barrier, Itnovn as "behind the rootllghl." This novelty has proved n sehsatton (n raany of tho elites, nnd some or the "Runway numbers" havo received as many as eight and ten encores anight- This Js only cue of the many new and novel features .presented In this new musical comedy, heralded as tlie moat pretcnttous musical offering of Ibe day.-" Police Magistrate F. W. Drown, Bow Island hasrbe- appointed police maglslrato. One-Third THANKS- GIVING DAY OCT. 8, TRAVEL ALWAYS VIA Welding fllecl, Iron, cast nnd aluminum Bclclcil STnONQER THAN NEW, Cracked nyllmlers anil crank 'casfs repaired 'vithoiit warping. New gear teeth built In. Auto light Innka recharecil und cxchanRod. Fnrm machinery partfl. and aufoinobllo frames a specially. 321. MM it. 8. Vixt Herald LETHBhIOGE FOR THE ROUND TKI1" (WESTERN LINES) Going October 5th to 8th Final Return Limit, October 10th For further Information, any Agcni or the Canadian Pacific Railway ".'THE WORLD'S GREATEST HIGHWAY" AT STARLAND As ona of the leading emotional ac- tresses ot llie screen, Kaihiyii Wil- liam a, the ever-popular MoTosco-Parii- mount" star, has laurels to licr.brow by licr wonOorlul perform- tinco-li. tlio Slorosco productloh "OnL ot the which will to seen at Slarland tonJgJH .only, Wlsa WilLlnma Is not.only seen aa a leader o[ fashion- able but P.3 a girl of Llio slums. TJio Morosco company snrroiiur her with a cast of unusual excellence, including "William Clifford, William Conklln, Slflla Razelo. WHIiarn Wlnlor and Don Bailey. On Wednesday and Thursday the feature n'lll lie "Smashing llie Hind en- burg Tlic press reports of tho "Fall ot Ui' paumc" end the capture of Peronno hate loUl something of Iho struggle thai goea on In raaXc a gain ot a few miles. Canadians wilKknow (lie coat In casualties of Courcellellc and Vim; Ridge, Tills picture shows sorao of reallam of warfare, anil so mo I llie glorj of il, loo, it Is the most com prchcnalvo allcmut to cover the wholcr western front, and Iho activity oclilai the lines, Iho bombardments, the acr tal fllghla and the actual Infantry fighting with 1U toevftable toll of (h dead.and wounded, tbnt (lio government 1ms yet released. 11 snows practically every fnmoua regiment In (ho Brlflsli army fit work In Die field fle >VeJl fts the troops from the v.irlou dominions, Including Iho famous Lnu ccrs from India. The amount of fobdttuffa which Oreal BrlUln-ean purchase In Canada dtpindi upon tfje amount of money, which ihe Canadian Gov- trnment iih th? Imptrlal Treaiir'ry, thfi again upon you placing your it the the Government by lo.War LMM AND LOCAL HOUSE V 1 The British Canadian Trost Co. 31S FIFTH SOUTH LETHBRfME, ALBEHTA At'lhc mnellng of (lie'clly commla llonera yeglcnlny It was decided I turn brfr' three rooms on Ihlr floor ol-lho civic tiullitlne to the Di tnlnlon xovl. for ud'e by tfte mflllRr service.' It .was also decided to purchase J550 Chovrolcl IrviCk (or Ilia by Com dcraflmcnt (or line ropalr llnprllc will allcnd tho mun clpA) conTinllon of sMu at Mln hnrhiK btto the o nao To Ihq piirpnao or ilellterlns two aildre cfl'pi moalclpA) Ul Ottawa; Ipcl. Tbal the federal ovcromenl.'bj- direct taxation, should c requested i'loj procure llie money e'ccssary lo carry on the work of the anndtan'Patriotic Fund next year, Mle the. administration of the fund loo Ottawa branch of the fund eld today. A resolution to this effect was dratl- rt nnd. will bo presented iJClore the enlral ertcuUve ol the fund for th? xmilulnn which meets tomorrow lo ecide upon "way's and means ol rais- the revenue of the fund for 1J1S. tr lf v -t. A FEVERED IMAGINATION Heglno, Oct. scare story galued circulation here v today regarding an alleged riot to blow lip llie buildings. It came from the Gcnoral hospital, where u pal- lent was supposed to have over- heard a conTcrsallon at a near- by The police placo no credence In It, nnd It Is beller- tho yarn wag Iho product ot a levered Imagination Lectures Y. M. C. A. EVERY NIGHT and Failure and 'Why." Reading Temperamtnl" Admlldlon Frtf. Collection Taken. Private co'niullallons dally at Alex- andra Hotel! Don't great Itclure on "Love, Courlihlp, Marriage and Jealousy" 3 P.M. AND B.30 Will to MEN ONLY at (he STARLAND THEATRE Social Evils, MAJESTIC TONIGHT THE MIRACLE MAN GREAT NEW SHOW INCLUD- ING "THE PRISONER OF CAIRO" Pi'iccs: 75c 50c 25e Children in Arms Nut AdmitlMi Matinees: Wednesday.....2.30 Thursday: Children's Mallnee at 4.M. Rabbits Given Away. Friday, 2.30....... Ladies Only ASK CUNNING HE KNOWS TONIGHT LAST TIME Clara Kimball g IN "The Dark Silence" A World Directed ty Albert Canalleni with the follotrV- Ing cast: Mildred Clara KLmball Young Dtrwcnt Alnsworth....... Edward T. Langford Dr. Mario Martinez........ Paul Capellanl Sibil Alnsworlh. Barbara Gilroy Jcesle Lewis Miss Young portrays two strong roles In this play. She Is first an ariiste rind later a Red Cross In the trenches. In both she is appealing, fascinat- ing, and gives an excellent exhi- bition cf artistic acting In both roles. Comedy: Alice Ho we 11 fn "Pir- ates of the Current Evsnts and and Jeff." CTARLAND M Producllons SPECIAL ATTRACTION WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SMASHING THE HINDENBURG LINE OFFICIAL BRITISH GOVERNMENT FILMS OF THE BIG DRIVE, THE CAPTURE OF VIMY. RIDGE, AND THOUSANDS OF THRILL- ING SCENES. THIS IS A REAL' WAR PICTURE. PTE. ROSS TAYLOR, THREE YEARS ACTIVE SERVICE, WILL GIVE AN EXPLANATORY TALK EACH EVENING WITH THE 'PICTURES. 2Dc and 10c. Evenings 25c and BUNNEL'L INC., OFFER HARVEY D. ORB'S SPEEDIEST OF. ALL MUSICAL COME01ES THE BIGGEST NOVELTY AND DANCE SHOW OF THE SEASON, TWENTY-TWO TINKLINQ TUNIS A CAR LOAD of Special Scenery. Captivating Oiorut) Most Beautiful and Expensive Gownt-and Ever Carried with a.TrAvellna Produ'elion. PRETTY GIRLS GnLost flffi JSltl F THE AUD. TWENTy .IMPERIAL MALE QUARTETTE ..'SPECIAL OVER THE GIRLS GAILY OANOINQ ABOVE. SOMETHING .YpU DON'T WANT TO MISS Special Prices: Night Jl.OO, 50c. Matinee: AM Seat] Mo Children In Arms Not Admitted. TIN CAN ALLEY" TWo-Rtel Scream LAST FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT KAT1ILYN WILLIAMS IN "OUT 0 F.Til B AV KECK" A How a Son Won Love and Rlchei 1i Shown In -s HIS FATHER'S A Metro Mirth tnf MllllefW iulONUl MORE inrf IRENE HbWLEY Comtdyi .Brolrtn Coin, "KMtt> W H.ppy Thoinh ;