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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOJiKU 1C, 1917 THE r.KTHnRIDfiK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ENQS FRUIT SALT HORSES FORSALE will be two cars of heavy horses for sale at BONNELL'S LIVERY, After October Ifith -Phone 1053 DRAYING 1 Phonti 1345 or 135S Tnrner Witcheli Offlco at Kennedy's 410 13lb 5t LoalG.O.U. The Hudson Auto Livery SERVICE Pilace ConfcLlloncry Phones: Day GflS 1200 1 A1JTO LIVERY pjy Phone 1MO Night Phone 7S7 f Showers1 Auto Livery pay and Mght Service. Stand al-Whlte Lunch Phone 1127 AUTO LIVERY CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS THE ARCADE WATER I'orLage LH I'rairlo, Man., Oct. it Jasl night's meeting of the city xmucll correspondence waa rciJ howlng that a cralm for 175.511 had icon maJc liy Uto city aeMosl the ,ake of the Woods Milling'Company or water ulilch tho city contend a I legally usctl, and after leoglhy dls iiisttim ilio matter was referrcJ lo Lc chy Et'llcllor for hla opinion and vhoi procedure ubould te trten. I'OITEHS AKE VOTING ON MA1TEK OF" STRIKE East Liverpool, Oblo, Oct. Vatfona! Bratherhoad of Oijeralh-o 'otters, more tliaa 5.000 members, jll of ara located In Untied "talea and Canada who are In general far with Ilio ppUcry plunta p.nd on filVlke last Tliursday, last nlfcht, a referen- dum election on'lLo qucallon of ac- cepting or rejecting revised wage irouosalt submitted, by tLe United Slates J'olters1 Association, If a Iwu- hlrds volo Is casl against the pro- losals, (he strike- will continue. Detroit. Midi, Oct. MUu- orly Motor" and America's iiew mer- chant marine, vrlll prgvo tremendous [actors In crushing German wlHtar- Ism, sold Lord Xortlicllffo, head of Iho JlrJltBh war mlselon. In au Infor- ical Ijere today. Tho Urlibn imbllsLer tnado this slatemeflt before he Ifti Mb tiottft tu vUK several auto njobile fJulorles. "The Lluerty uioi or, II will help In carrying uur forces Luyoui ihe Ocnuan Hues but LLo uiutor luust Lc SfiW Lord Nonhtlllfe. He tirgcd thai Detroit luilus'rica and that De- troit workmen continue tu vigorously usslil tlio eovcniracul In provldlnjj ivar Jiialcrlals and he ridiculed 'rc- imriB tbuL Germany was facing ar. ucouonilc collapse. ''No heed ILUS lie en uahl to reports of weakness or he said. "Tliose reports "are manufactured and sent out from Ger- many for tlie deliberate purpose of slackening AinerJca's cn'orls. For- eign newspapers In Kngland- suipjircssed llic first fortnight ol the war. Thai IB what the United Stales sliouM Lord Northclirfe was occouipanfcd by Colonel Campbell Siuarl, lallftary of (he war mfssloo. They expect Lo leave here tonight. For Bilious Troubles That heavy headache, torpid liver, sick stomach, bitter taste in mouth, furred tongue, dull eyes and muddy skin, come from a poor supply of bile. These unhealthy conditioqs are promptly corrected by. pins ..which stimulate the liver, regulate the flow, of bile, sweeten the stomach, and renew healthy bowel action. A household remedy ap- proved by sixty years of pub- For'eVery-day Beecham's Pills arc a tested Remedy GLLawa, fishery, reg- ulations wlUi regard to the Indians ol DrJttsli ColumWa have been SiistlLuL- ei] under an ordcr-ln-councll passed recently." The Indians ot Hie west- ern province have 1u the past had the rlghl lo CRtch'Msh al any time long us It was lo be used for their owh Buslcnance. but are not al- lowed to cntch flsli In trie ctoscJ Eta- son and sell them. )t lias been tounp Hint a certain amount ot this Illegal lishJjjg has hccn going on, the In- dians by virtue ot penult, fish- Ing In Lhe close season and selling 16 dealers who wilting to buy. The new regulations provide dial all, Indians must secure a per: j niit before Ificr can fish and that Die 'permit shall contain a time limit'be- yond which it ceases Lo be In 'force. Auy Indian fishing a( a time outside the limit will be guilty of a violation of the regulations and any person liuylng caught in eucli a way Is also A breaker. Indians must nol spear, (rap or jien (Jsh in Ihelr spaivnine ground or Jn any place set apart for Ibcir propogallon, of Traction Engine R A IRS We are well equipped to handle all'klrida of repair vvork on cither iteam.or gai tractors. Only nigh -class' vvork cur thop, will quota you prices that are Bright'v NIVElSf BkOS. IIS First FOR THE ONTARIO VETERANS v" v EDWARDS SUPPORTS 'CARVELL- Klngbton, Ont., Oct. In an Interview today with (he KluRSton Dally Standard. .J. KdwarJs. M P.. of Kroufenac. no', only atrougly endorsed tLe union govern- meat, but declare-! lhal lie will give loyal support to ilie now minister of pubUc works, Mr. Carvcll. with whom (lie Krou- J tcnac member olten cross- I Toronto, OcL provincial treasurer, Hon. T. McGarrs', today promised Uie Great Veterans' Association for the year. This money will lift [or. the Ontario -As- sociations' purposes find, will be.paid In four quarterly The inoncy will be used for purposes lo stimulate the liranches already existing anduwenv ty-onc under lor mat Ion as well as olhers. THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDCE CMS TO THE DOOR PHONE 769. All Kinds Limiteii. P..JR.- FrilgM f PHONEi '-I'lli ELECTRICAL- AND. ALL KINDS OF ELIfr TKICAL WORK. McKenzir, A Co. PMONC U7 711 3rd Avc. 3. Phorn.1619. P, O, Box IW, HENDERSON, REID AND PAT6R8ON Chartered Accountanli AudlU, Etc, (SPECIALTIES Munlclfil, Lumbif, Mining Manufacturing, XVholetala ind Rotatl Accounting. Building, Third S, DRAY1NG FUBNITUHE. AND Pacifjc (Cartage Co. J. O. r Ferguion Photic 330 ff .1- Elccl, {ron, onel nnil aiumlnii welded STRONOEH..'TH AN NEW. ind crank caies 'repaired wilh'oul wnrpfng. Now.; jiew let [6 built (n. Auio light r'cchirgcd nnd exchanged, 'machinery and ta specially, s-'. 321 Wh ,8t, 'Htrald AUCTION SALE i and On TUESDAY; OCT. 23rd ONE hALF MILE EAST OF KIPP STATION, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP; black horw, yeare old, 1200 Ibi; black hone, 6 years 1200 Ibt.; 1 roan hone, 5 1 roan horce, 6 old, J200 Iba.; t blue hortt, 7 eld, 1100 Ibr CATTLE: Choice dairy eowV. 3 mllVlnfl, 3, 4 and S yiara old; 1 Z years 6ld] 1 hclfcr, old; 1 heiier calf; 1 bull calf; about 100 chkkent; 6 sets of double team saddle! and bridle; 1Ford iirto- mobile, 1915 model} 1 netrty rteiij''.! Sulky p'oW, nearly Harrlc with 1 lumber wagon and hay 1 Mauty-Marrli mowtr; 12 fftnt pnlrle hay; 6 torn wi; torks, shovels and other tooji, Everything must told M the proprietor U giving up ftrrtr- ing. V-v TERMS CASH J v QEORGE DAVEY Owner L. McGUlRE SMITH-------- Victoria, C., OCL TUQD will Ecutl one or i-oinplciu army cUvlsfous to (o TlKiit for the allies, Ills Idea of Clilnese ton Is not only lo send coolie but coinbaianls. Some aoBOUDCc- cntils oipeclcd Itumciiialely. TLI9 Is the message ol Kdmuncl T. Uackhousc, the well known" author nnd authorlly on Chinese affairs ivlio hag jusl" arrived here from I'ekfn, outCv (o take up (its position In France-as director of Chinese labor In thai country. Calgary. Alia., Oct. Ihe people of Canada will bavo LO be re- duced lo rations of '2b per cent less than their present-food consumption unless Lhe harvest of 1317 produces a great deal more than that of ISlti, was one of (he points made by Dr. J. nobefleon, chairman or Hie Can- adian foot! controller's, central advis- ory couhcll. In the course of an Ad- dress lo.the Calgary Aa Club today. .C. Oct. Attorney General Johnson staled this morning., that 11 has been definitely decided to close provincial jails at the end of the present inonch. One is on tlie Voatl, .Saanlch, nrid the al New. Wcslnilnsier. The -government., lias under consider- ation (he arivlsaillUy or otherwise of taking similar action with regard to he provincial at Kamloona anil al Prisoners Jelatnert a! tlie natitutlotis aff'ected by the fiorern- mcot's act tori be oenL lo (he Ofcalla A ipread, for a slice of Bread. The Kiddies "just love" Utn U'.i tl il I At all frocm ia 3 pound Pcrlect Seal Outrt Jira S, 10 ind 20 pound (ini. Write for free Coofcliooi. 19 m cuiu iruti ct. D ATTHBORPHEUM A large croval was entertained at; Uic Orpheum last ulghi by ihr tut) tonteit troupe ypiipur ugaln tonight and tomorrow. The c( entertainment provided was ol Ihe beM, a-ij (he program lhe.v guvi- was highly tnjoycd. lu sjilio ol ihu wci llieru should bo nnoihkr largi' tioube touSgla, us (his tomyaiiy (9 real- ly worth hear lug. AT THE IMPRESS Kiuilv Stevens, lemons as n slago Ftrctu will bo scon at (lie' itK'Airu hero (oulitlit for the time In A new Metro womlerpluy j uf busmeas life and the underworld 1 rMJoil "Tlic WaKer." Wrinen for .Wss Stevens, "The VVsjjrtr" gives (his attress opiKiriunitie.1) lo allow her Cue WSMM. FJIOXT Johnson, A.D.M S. of Military District N.- 13, being there today tor that purpose. The travelling medical boards are oxjieclcd to start again' nest week and will commence wiili I.ctlibrldgo on file ti Jay. [j'p to 10 o'clock Jael night only 130 report forms lizd been given out at the Cal- gary post oflice. At Regina Ilegina, Sask., Oct. lo last Saturday night the total number ol men for military service who have passed before the medical hoards am- ounted to 3.5CC." Of Ihls number veto placed in A3 category and Ihc In Inwcr classes. Alto- gclher about per cent, of the men examined In Saskatchewan have grad- ed as A 2. In Winnipeg Winnipeg, Oct. (111 3 o'clock (oday there were 904 claims for ei- cmpllon, and HS reports for ser- vice reochcrt the Manitoba rcglslrar under-Ihe Military Service Acl. In Toronto Toronto, Ocl. were 373 applicants at the registration officers of draftees under the Military Service Act .Monday... Of these 35S filled in exemption cJaims. AT STARLAND aiuiciit h'tiyutlrm rita belwean of a srarab a half us a symbol ol umlylMK lave, ami tUc Oriental in i-cjLu-anrdilon. ure Important ctcmomH In lljij thoroughly intercut Erg and ulol of "The Undying riiimc." Pel rove's first Para- iHtiTiiii Picture [irotlcccd by (lio Jesso L. I-as-ky Keajure 1'lay company un- der Hie dlrei-llcm ol ilio noLed photo- liluy iliroUor, Mnurlco Tournour. Tlits plc-iurc sbowa how ine lovers, seuaral- ed by laic In the shape of a relentless parent, wnru oiue more reunited cun-j' lurlcs afterward hj' matching tlielr halves of tlto scarab. Tills Hirikfiifily unusual photoplay iTll) be seen nt Slarlaml for the llmei to- AT THE MAJESTIC To give vornclMng blggor. Letter and allogelher more worthy each year If? the policy outlined by K. Stuart-Whyte and Judging from ad- vance Indications his forthcoming promotion ot the supcr-citravasanza- panlomtne, KoMnson h Is of (urine for ilifc season will a crltcrlob ivhitii will be hard 10 emuJalo. .Miss Xarn Clinton, Ihc star of "Aladdin anil JIJs Wonderful will he seen In ilio same part Sup- ported by n cast and chorua ot jieoylc, nil ol them chosen far UiHr Individual abilltlea In-paatorame and nmsicjvl comedy work. This cast and chorus will be augmented by Ihe ie- treduction of several vaudeville fea- tures, including the Jean Van Yllss- Ingon nanccrs, ulg (Ime hcadllners of (he principal circuits In Europe and America. j "lloblnson .Crusoe" will be the of- fering at the theatre lor j two days starling Monday, Ocl. 22nd. Seals go on Bale Frtilay. Autumn Clothes Now is the Timelo buy IRISH QUESTION IS AGAIN IN THE HOUSE Prlnqc Albert, Snafc., Oct. Prince Albert city council hns decid- ed to services of tic regular police force. Arrange- nents are belrig mode with (he pro- vincial government to lake over tLe policing of. the 'city. DISPENSE..WITH POLICE. London. Jtednond lie Irish .notice ol the olio wing tuollpn in trie House o[ Commons! house, deplqres the ic-lity. which" has been pursued by the risli executive government and Ihc rlsh military .a'l'horlties at a lime Then the, Highest interests of Ireland ind (fie empire demand tho creation of an ntrriqspliere favorable to a suc- cessful result of Ifae deliberations GI be IrJsli convention." Mr.. will ask the govern- ment afford an early OH- lortanlty; lor. discussion of. It Is mot- an. BUYS ABOATOIR, Prince Albert, Sasfc., Oct. iliirns cf Calgary, (lie Alberta, meat king, lias purchased Ihc ftusscl-Uaker Abbatolr here and will make I'rlnco Albert tlic headquarters of Jils meat packing business in Snekalchcwan. LOST IN SNOW. Prince' U, C., Oct. harlca' WIIKams, an old lime prospector of Stewart, nircl Hoy Ar- inentrout, who recently arrived froni California, becajiie losl In n snoiv- 3lbrm lour Iliousantl feel the mountains ftround Stewart, Alaska, In a vnln.struggle lo return ID and died In their tracks. WANT EXPORT MILK PROHIBITED TO U. S. Montreal, Oct.' ,Produce Merchants' Asioclatfon, li (he United Slates, b.-is decided to petition the Dominion goTernment lo prohibit the C-tUDrtallon tu the United Slates or milk, cream and denEftl milk -and also lo consider the mater hi curlflllmcnl (f not Ilia prohlbUlon 'of the manufacture of Ico cream. A shortage In milk exlals Jn ntreal and large rjuflnlMIcs arc rped the United Slaloa on ac- count'1 of I he high prices prevailing I "bere. U S, DUSY.REDUCING .WHEAT CONSUMPTION Washington, Oct. new war rationing regulations England lias Qdvised the United Slalpg ffovcrnmcnl It ban begun (be Insk of reducing consumption for the forlhcom ycnr lo Itaa than hall the norma1 consumption before tho war began. MAY ESTABLISH BRANCH Tlcglna, Ocl. V. Coyle western supcrlnlcndent. of Ihe Homo Honk of Canada, Is In (he city anc aald to he looking over (he grouin with H vlow to a brand; of the lank ,ON ITALIAN FRONT Komi, Ocl artil- lery righting: rtfstlrried .on .the t pliltiu, aver which twf conducted their recent ffffemlve SIX SONS OTTAWA MAN WEAR KHAKI ml I 2OO throuoh- i out offer I the oDportunUy. Every correct mtyle lor men I tailored cor. reclly priced. oFTered. I ll'fc In your L. KEEL Lethbridge Alberta LAST TIMES TONIGHT JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS MADAME 1'ETKOVA IN "THE UNDYING FLAME" LATEST GAUMONT GHAPHIC JESSE L- LASKY PRESENTS PANN1E WARD IN "HER STRANGE WEDDING" A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ALSO FIRST CLASS COMEDY lIaTVfi, Ocl. CJ. H. Long name for a second I imc in Ihc cosualty list, Is one or l sons John A. Long of Ottawa, who arc wearing 'khaki. CHARGES'AGAINST FRENCHMAN UNFOUNDED 'crmer Minister Accused of High Cleared By thft Premier. Porla. Ocli' Premier- Palnlcvo cornnuinlcalcd (o the cabinet the TBaiiK of (lie intiulry lie made in- !o thg cfrarges nfolnsl, Isouls J. former, mlntslcr.. of the Jnlerlor, ac- cused. i'y Ilandct, Billlor of L'Acllon VYanca'lse of havine helray- ed secrets' lo Germany. The premier sntd'hlg Inycsllgatlon had. shown lhat. all Lhe'-iiccUaallons, com- muii tea ting mllUary and diplomatic to tlic enemy or of coni- Hv in military disturbances, vvcro nude imfoundcil; RESIGNS LIBERAL NOMINATION ORPHEUM TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BIG NATIVE HAWAIIAN CO. One of Uie.Biggcst-Hawaiian jS'oyclties of the Season. BOCKEo' pJREeT'FROM ORPrlEUM CIRCUIT. MATINEES Our PrWi' are in Reach of You All, Matinee !.10c Night 25c 60c (All -A Shaw .Thai. is. New.. a Guaranteed Attraction. f Dranltord, Onl.'r Oct. liar- Liberal ridmtneo lor UranL In the iedcroi arena, at a meeting oC the ox-i ccutfvc ortheinrqnt Reform Assocla-1 llort (his.afternoon, will lentlcr re- signation as'Liberal sliintJard Ijearcr, on Ihc ground (hat ns A consistent ex- of- "wln-lhe-wnr- gov crnmcnt.'Vhc cannot aland R3 a nom- inee'o( Ihe Liberal party. lie will urge thaL'n.wln-Uic-wnr candldatc-lrc ccfed for (he riding by fusion of fho a view to fldotiualo anppirl-o'f union government, AHE BELIEVED SUNK New report tunl Iho DilUsjh'sfcamshlp Mcmnntan, formerly the Cambrian, rinil (ho tioatonfan; (ona, both of the Ley- land LlncV, had been sunk, roarhed licrc (oday.V Xt, Ilio offices of ihc In- (oniatlona) Marine It uns snld that IhJB. hoij.f been VicRrrt ns a nirnor but (hat no dcflnliq Information as ID Iho sinking of ellVor.vessel hnd been TC- ccfved. woro formerly in Irrins-Atlanllr "trade, plying between Uoaibn ind Kngllsh porls. FOBTV PEOPLE THIRTY SONG HITS BEAUTIFUL'COSTUMES, WONDERFUL SCENERV Prices 50c, 75c, and %IM On A j J TONIGHT Ij LAtT TIME f" Emily Stevens in "THE WtGEi A Mjrvtlouj Metro Matter Play of Suslneii Lir< and the Underworld Comfdy