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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WERXICSOAY, OCTOBER 3, 1017 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVS What the Press Agents Say AT THE' .MAJESTIC "Have you seen Cunning, tfco inlr- eclo man at the Mujcatlu this Thal'B tlic question which Is nekcd on ILu streets, In cUe lumiei. aucl all over lowu today, sluce Cuun- liig opened his cnEaeeinent. at Ihe MatcsLIc oil .Monday ntgM. He has elven inlaklnB I-clbUrldeo a j lectures Y. M. C. A. EVERY NIGHT __________ Prof. Why." Reading by Temperament." Temperament' Admliibn Free. Collection Taken. Private consultations dally at Alec- andra Hotil- Don't miss great lecture on "Love, Courtship, Marriage and Jeilouiy" SUNDAY AT 3 P.M. AND 8.30 P.M Will lecture to MEN ONLY at the STAHLAND THEATRE Heredity and Social visible Jolt. Apart Irora Hie phyEOl- oslcsl of Cunning's work, ver- lAtilltr secjue lo be his Kcyuute. Cuuniug auO bit company wilt bo at tUe Mdjcsllc tonlglil, Thursday and Friday iilsllts. and will give a Veda) inalluco for the children at 'our o'clocX Thursday aftcroocn ut vhlch rabblla will vo given Ireo to Jie cbllclrenj also a special mallnco tor CB only on Prlilay nUernoou at at wlilcb. under ilileen Mill not lie admitted. ibeEB days ol. Xeou couipctlllon among theatrical managers anil sane publlthcrE, a manager couitderB MDI- Edt lucky It be strikes one Me song 'bit" In a musical comedy. In ttifc reaped "The Million Dollar Doll" vhlch nill be tho attraction at the jeillo for mallnoo and nljhi Saturday next, Octobir Jfii, 15 Jar abeail at all allractlons of Hi IB kind. There are no Ins (ban lour ne blta" any one ol probably malic the composer rich be- loro Ihe tnl of tbe season. "My Lit tie Fol Trot "A Little Luxury Called- and "My 'ouatry and the Floe 1 Love." are all songs that stamp this producllou abead of al) .tffjer muska] com- edlcs. Scats arr. selling at theatro box office now. order lo allow patrons to shop on Saturday night, tho curtain wHl not rise ualll nine o'clock. DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Co. J. D. Thomas D. Ferguson I'houc 330 PRAYING or 13M Turner WUchell Office at Kennedy'! 410 13th 3t CoalCO.D. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. Ft. Freight W Offlto 11M Stablei 1DM Welding Sleelj Iron, cast and aluminum weWcil STRONGER THAN NEW. Cracked cylinders and crant repaired inlhout ivarplng. gear teeth uullt In. AuLo Ifglit tanks recharged and exchanged. Farm machinery parts and automobile frames a I W. N. KTJTH 321 Glh SI. 3. Next Henld LETHBH1DQE The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: Day-----668 Night 1261) OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1MO Night Phone 787 1050 P. King's AUTO LIVERY CITY. AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE MAJESTIC MATINEE AND NIGHT Next Sat. Oct. 6 NORTON i BUNHELL INC., OFFER HARVEY D. ORR'S SENSATIONAL MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLL MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION BRILLIANT COMPANY LARGE SINGING CHORUS QIRLS GIRLS GIRLS SPECIAL: See the ilumlnated runway ever (he 'heads of the audience. Special Prkcc Night........... 75e, Matinee, all Mill..........We' Children In Armt Not Admitted MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8.30 THE MIRACLE MAN CUNNING And Hli Ctmpiny Wonder Wirkcn. 8PMIAL CHILDREN'S MATfNIE AT 4 O'CLOCK 1VC OWIN AWAY Lad It i Prices: Friday We Children In Arms Not Admhtttd QTARLANO AM OwannUW, X8PECIAI- ATTRACTION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW THE lilXDENBUlKI LINK" v AND "THE BRITISH NAVY TN WAR TIME" Seven Reels cf Official Brltlili Government Pictures. Matinees 20 cents nnd 10 cents. 2ftc and AT THE EMPRESS A pretty HUlo girl with wonderful wide appealing oyea, ii wealth of I away r, tlio Jtajjyy smllo ot Inuocenco and JelJRhlful inanucrlsias o( trust tug umldenLooJ, is llio central figure ID a new life ilntiua thai Is certain to ap- peal alike la old and young. for a new American- Mulala pliotoJr'ima starrlre that (aa- cluatliiE lltllo actress, Mary Miles M In- ter, Is one of the cleverest blla of pic- ture conatrudlou ever achlovcU by James Klrtwt-od, Miss Jilla'.er'e clever director. Sec It nt the Emprcaa Lo- iilgbt aud Tburdday. AT STARLAND The Drltlsb government has relcaa a. nDw set ot war films showing the main Incident In recent momentous victories on llic ivcMern front. These pictures arc Elrlctly official and an Lelng the production of the corps of expert moving plcluro men attached to tho British army and un> dcr llio direction of the stntf. The cam eras and camera men arc sent Lo tho front where Important action Is plan ned Just a? arc the machine guns and the machine gunners. The results are the marvellous pictures of actual bat tie which will live vivid record of this war. As (n the case of all (lie British offi clal pictures, tho new films will he presented In Canada by Jule anO Jaj J. Allen, who handled the "IlaLlle o the So in DID" films, and the oilier nims of (he scries wnlcli alJ Canada ready had an opportunity of seeing The new one is even more comprcTicn alve than the "DalUe of the Sommc' according lo descriptions published in the UrltJsli press, I Showers' Auto Livery I Day and Night Service' I I Stind at Whftc Lynoh I Phone 1127. J Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. Brigadier General E. D. MoRae, K: C., quartermaster general of Canadian Expeditionary Forces In France, visittng here today, Amfclca's entrance In- to the war was a for ultimate allied victory, and thit the end would not come until America, played an important part on the western front. "If you can put aero- planet on the western front with- in the next twelve months and carry on the warfare at the Germans now on over Lon- don, I think you can win war -Tn another he Brig. Gen., McHae leavea for -.Winnipeg tonight to depart lor France in three .weeks. HP.UEIECRAPH HAVE LOST Ottawa, Oct. which are lost severs! members ia too war ill receive consideration ten drafts are under the Hilary Service Act. A definite rcg latloh of (lie petal has nni been laid own, but military I'cprecunMllvca 111 be Instructed r.oi to oppose a lalui for eieznplloii to a JocflJ on such grounds. N'o dnubt felt further that tribunals will rcc- gnlzc the validity of a bonallde aim of this nature. Men of alien birth ivho arc Bllll re- alnlng their foreign citizenship will ot be required to report (nr service r claim exemption when (he first call Issued. But crcry naturalised Irltleh. subject, no mailer whore or low naturalized, must report or lalrn Is if he comas ?lthln thec lass culled out by proc- Uon. Men ol alien enemy or- gln, naturalized since 1902, nre dls- ranchlaed undrr (lie Time Elections AcL a nil, under tho samo cl, arc given exemption, from mill- ary service. The eiemnllon Tnusl, owcver, be claimed by filling la a Jalin In the ordinary way. Negotiations arc under way, it Is understood, between Ottcwa and eblnRtoa with a view to bringing Americans of military resident n Canada vllhfu the scope of ihe rail, Canadians resident In tho nlleiV Stales would lie similarly af- ccfcJ under the American law. Ottawa, Ont, Oct. Is annoiin cd through the labor department th the Canadian. Pacinc railway compai and its telegraphers licivc agreed accept the award of the concllhtlo board appointed under the induBtri disputes act to Inveslliftte tho'clalm Ihe employees for an Increase In vra BE, elc. Staiifri agenls and assist tail operators, train dispatchers and Hi men, members of the 6rdcr of Hallway, Telegraphers, are effected hy the find- which IH as follows: .That an Increase In pay for .station afenta, operators, relief. ageuLs and linemen lie not.leas than eighteen per cent, upon iKsIr present monthly rates and the Increase for train dispatchers be not less than twelve per cont. upon their monthly rales. 'jfhe board also found thnt other re- questg'of the employees bo not recom- mended at the preacnl time but (hat they be reserved for future ncgotfa- flomi between the parlies concerned. The employees asked [or an Increase of twenty-flic per'Cont. In wages. Steps Taken to Prepare Consti- tution For New Amalgamat- ed Fair Association Al the meeting last night for the organization of ihe LethbritJge Fair Joard, appointed a week ago, the (ol- owing officers were elected: Presi- W. H. first vlce-prwl- denl. Ceo. B. Macfcav; eocond vice- president, Peler I.uud; secretary pro lem, D. King. A committee composed of S. J. lioplierd, chairman; Geo. B.. Alac-f kay and M. Freeman was appointed to draft bylaws and report to the next meeting. Mayor Htrdle ivaa present and re- ported on (he stale pf the capital ac- count of the fair board as regards grounds and buildings, And showed that in reality the board dfd not have credit of at Us disposal as had been reported, but lhat the money at Us disposal had been oyei spent. He promised (bat as soon as he could get the mallei; straightened out he would have the figures published for the benefit of the public. Mailers concerning amalgamation, were discussed ami' It was suggested tliat the Lclhbridgc board and mem- bers of the committee appointed Tram this go to Raymond or Magrath on any date to moe> dele- gates from Raymond and Magralh to discuss plans and organize for a fair and gtarjpedD here next ypnr. Those present nl the meeting were II. FalrfJcld, .Mayor HardJc, Com- missioners Grace and Held, and Messrs. Shepherd, Mackay, Clarke, King, Whitney, Moore' and Long. GEIS YEAR FOR T. Rogers, i former knowri'reaWent or Smith's Falls, T.-QS Lite victim ot a falal accident nL hla home, in .when ho waa the head by a pole In'ti apTTng thresh or. EMPRESS -T< M 'TONIGHT ARY ILES INTER The moft lovuble of all In Annie-for-Spite A human little itery for' alf membtri of the family.' No Advance tn fees. How a Pmdiiil fton Won Love and Riches li Shown In FATTHER'S SIS J A Metro WVriderplai? 6f Mirth fand Mllllonf with LIONEL BARRY- MORE and IRENE HOWLEY as. Stare, Cfrmcdy: Broken No. 7. "How to be Happy tttrrltm." Coalhnrst Man Goes io Jnil Af- ter Bloody Fight With an Enemy John Rusnlck, of Coalhnrst, charged with unlawfully wounding Dlack of Coalhurat last evening, wag sen- tenced .Hits morning to 12 manlhs In (he provincial Jail by Magistrate Elton, In-provincial court. Riunlck WAS arrested last night by the provincial police.- He had evident- ly been quarrelling with Illack. with whom ho eventually got into a hantMo- hand fight, during which he stabbed Black twice In the arm with a butcher Xolfe. C. P, P, Coriyhearo proeecutotl this morning. Ruanlck made tho remark Ihnt he did not care whe- ther-ho went to jail for ten years. ROOSEVELT DENIES GERMAN STATEMENT Oyster Day, N. V., Oct. Theodore Roosevelt last night Issued denial of A statement, attributed Lo in iy Ilie Frankfurter Kellung, vhlch quoted him as having express- ed Approval of the German plan to colonize a elnle In Southern UrasU In a conTcranlldn Ibe Oermnn am- whllo ho was president. Col. Rbosovclt's statement follows; y'Tho alalemcnt Is not correct. The conversation referred Lo the German Irtimigration to .the southernmost Elato of the republic, of Drazll, called Ulo Cirande Da Sul. -I cald that r be- vert (ho Ofirmana would be na ad- mlrablo ImmlgrAnla In Brazil ns shown Lo ho In Iho United States and llial.i Would hare supposed lhat oryono woulcf. wclcoftic (hem as Irft- mlcTrBnta In iniy America, but thnt, of -.coursQ, Germany must 'no' in Are try (o establish any coftlrol her ImmfgrAnta (n Urazlf Uian had In the United SUtet." He'll Be Happy When He Gets This Whether "Jim" is on a man-of-war or in a trench, he's going to have long-lasting enjoyment and a lot of benefit from The Famous Chewing Gum Chew U after every meal It's cne of the outstandingv features of the great pick-me-up, with its tonic effect on stomach and nerves. Are you using it? If not, you are missing a big comfort. JUICY FRU'ITI CHEWING Glltl The Flavour Lasts PUT WRIGLBY'S IN YOUR FIGHTER'S CHRISTMAS BOX: It coats Httle but gtvw a lot of comfort and refreshment Not onij- n confection hut a nerre-rtced- a P'ck-me-uP- Christmas parcel should contain BOIM IVRIQ- GUM. DEADLY LEVEL CROSSING, WHICH TOOK THREE LIVES. Tho upper photo and diagram snows tho C.P.TC. level crossing on Lbe Gold- thropo roatlr.ncar Dixie, alioul 10 miles woat of Toronlo, ivhero women and a man were killed on Sunday morning, when Iho C. II. slnick Ihelr molor car. Tho crossing Is condemned ns a dcalh-tran for the motorlst'fl view Is obslructcrl ways, Tho lower photograph taken shortly after Ihe tragedy shows Iho ruins of !hc tar. x ar.d.thc tank nlodcd After Ih6 crash. The car WAS owned and driven by Roy Boyd, 121 Cooper ATO., Toronlo, who escaped. Ills mother. Mrs. Isaac Boyd (Insert at (op of nholo) lived three hours after the nccldenl. Of the other three photos Inset Iho lowest is that of Joseph Mtl- roy, who escaped. The other Photographs arc those ur Mr. and Mrs, John Wood1, o[ Cobalt, ivho were killed. ARRESTED inera afttr a inestlnK at which a prn-. j ncsal to deal out summary fnslice to Oct. 'lie prisoners was rejected, 11 TTBS tvlojees of Iliei ejfctrlc llghl comiiai -tide.! io hold them until. llfhcr -tei tint been jrantcd, (oday irresteit Ihe director ant) 0. T, -ilonlreal, way earning: from ;'cplcmbtr' wero 19W, Incrcaio V ;