Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, OCTOHKH 23, 1UU TUB LKTHBrtiDOR HKHALD 1'AGE FIVIV WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements at the farm or S. J. 'Atkins, four mllei North. East of New Dayton, Sec, W. 4th, on1 Monday, October 29th, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SHARP WORK One Mack mare. 5 -years old. HoQ Us.; one bay gelding, 5 years old. H3Q .one bay gclrtlnB, years old, 1350 Ibs.; one liay marc, C years old, 1300 Ibs.; one Mack inaro. ID years old. 1E00 Ibs.; one bay marc, 10 years old. 1500 one. black gelding 11 years old, 1550 IbB.; one black years old, 1G50 .ba.; one black gelding, 9 ycn'ra old, IGGO lay gelding, 7 years old. 1300 lUs.; one hoy gelillng. S years 1300 Ibs.; one bay marc, G years old, llOO Ib3.; one bltck gelding, 8 old, 1150 Ibs.; one surrcl marc, C years QlJ, .Ua.; one maro colt. 1 year old; one bay mnre, 2 years past. 1200 Ibs.; cue black maro. spring coll; one black horse, spring coll. 12 head of hlgb grade cattle, Sherttsrss; Rtinrt- horn tiull, 3 years oltl. HOGS 3 good broow sows; 18 good ehoale. 2 22-doublc disc Hoosler grain drills; 3 fl. Mc- Cormlck binders; 2 16-1C Osborn tllsc liarro.va; 1 H-ln. John Deere gang plow; l H-In, Oliver gang i 14 In, J. 1. Case gang plow; 1 26-ft. floss wood li arrow 1 IC-In. sulky ploir; 1 o-li. AlcCormlck mower; 1 ft. McCormlct tny rake; 1 1C It. Camu- boH aut) surface iiackor; 2 125 Imshcl grain tanks; 3 wagon gears; 1 70-bushcl .wagon box; 1 Z% h.p. Wnlerloo gae engine; 1 No, 12 De Laval cream separator; 5 truck 7- hay racks; 1 horao'cuUlvaLor; 1 spring wagon; 1 liuggy; 1 pump Jack; 1 2x7 bob aled; 1 H-ln. wnlklrig plow; 1 Macfcy in I Lli ouUll anil Inols; I 10-20 Titan gas 3 lioMom Oliver Iractor plow; S seis of heaTJ work harness; 1 set of b'uggy harness. HOUSEHOLD 1 Garland rtingc; 1 dining room table; S 1 comotlc; 1 IieatiiiK stove; 1 bed stead; 39 bushels of potatoes; 1 irasbliig machine; forte, abovela hnJ other articles. Everything Will Be Sold as "the Proprlelap Has Sold His Farm- Paris, Oct. Palnlevt It to retain office In III entirety, according to an tn- nountenient by the Havas Newt Aflency. except Hint Alexandre Rl- bot, minister of foreign attain, retired, being replaced by Baithou, minister of state and member of the war council. The tleclaln to resign which tho cabinet reacliej yesterday was arriv- ed at durlne a meeting held at a late hour. Premier I'alulove proceeded to tho I'alace 10 Inform Presi- dent Poliicalrc of tno decision vlille hia colleagues awaited hla irciurn. Vpoii tlie president's refusal (o ac- cept the resignations (be ministers resumed ikclr ilfeUberalluiis, (jnatly LJtactng their portfolios In the hands of tlie premier to dispose of as he might find necessary. It was long jiabi HiiuiiiisLt when the oieetlue broku up. The last Bitting of tin chamber ot deputies did not (cud to eollriffy ihe posit JOB of the cabinet, principally betauBO of the tact tbat Foreign Minister Rlbot was regarded with hostility several ol iho house and the government fell that notwithstanding the great services M. JllL'Ot had rendered he ought not j to retrain tn (he foreign office, pay- fral of the mlulslcra believing lliaL his dcuarture was all (hat was need- to calilnet before Iho 1 chamber. Premier PaVnlcve, It undersluoJ 'then approached Dar- Ihou, and asked liliu Lo take the for- eign portfolio. M. Itlbol, hovrevcr, consttfercd that vote Jc tlte chamber made II the duly of each mlmr nf the cabinet to remain at Ms iiost and accordingly he refused TERMS CASH S. J. ATKINS, Owner LUNCH AT J. A. SMITH; Auctioneer C. L. ATKINS, Clerk. to re i [go, It waa under circunislauces' Palnlevo bpRaT ihe roti- lullatlous he has held wlibfn the i tw daya wlilj -A number ot pDlll- Ical leaders, Makes Changes Paris. Oci PoJurare today elgneO decreta njiulng J. jxmis Barthou AS mlnlsler o[ lort-j-n affairs, AteianJrt1 J-tlboi, It Is offic- ially announced. All Ilia other portfol- ios lu tie Palnlevc remain uu- uged. After feavfug Hie L'lysce Palace where ITesKkm I'olm-arc sign- ed the decrees. Premier 1'alnlcve vlsli- oU M. Itlbol. U Is uiuliTatuud among nibere of Ihu iiarll-jinent that M. Itlbol will take en lu to the senate ItU reasons loi leaving tno ministry. What the Press Agents Say THE KMI'UESS Tie latest Chaplin piclm-n -riit Adventurer." at the was iicsEod by crowds last nfglit. Jn bis latoal Cnrll" niafcia a di'i'-irl- lure from "his previous adding a nurubt-r of unusual tlirtlU o' a, cbarac cr eulliely diffi.irerl lhar BDyLbtdK he Las tvtr before aitcuiiii- At the start Charlie Is as mi tou vie t, hcinucd I ti on a I' Eldea by a posse, aud ihe manner hi which, he evades capture not aloni futoliihca situations fur the creation ot laughter, but, Ihe fearlessness of hla leaus from lofty ('JiTs aud his climbs ateep cnibaiihinenla is al :nosi uiibeliuytiLIe. London, Oct. Auslro-Siviss frontier lias becu.closed owing to LUc sorloua fntcmal situation Jn Austria, according to an Kucha030 Telegraph despatch tram Berne loflay. Several munition factories were wrecked in recent food rlolfi In Vienna, hurg, Flrunr. and Lailtich, the rioters being mostly-women, Ihe ail vices state. The police, according to the reports, flre4 on the crowds, killing and wounding miny pereoos. The Steinway Piano Is recognized as the BEST. The Nordhcimer Is as coclated wllh the In Canada and must compare fav. orably to hold this close assoc- iation. are the direct agenti for both these lamoug plapoi. Come and UK. Assiiiibuia Music Co., Ltd. "Everything 315 Blh SI. S. Lethbrldge GREAT BY JUllTISH AIRPLANES 7 WILL SELL BY PUBLIC'AUCTION at our farm, eight miles south of Lethbrirtge. About 100 head of choice Abiiit 20 heart of wovk horses. About 40 head of-3 and 4 year old horses. Nearly ail broke to work. 25 or 30 yearling and 2-ycar j -Oholcc lot of sows and pigs. Machinery, etc. FULL PARTICULARS AND EXACT DATE WILL'BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY. The Felger Farming Go. Ltd. .TELEPHONE R 411 -_ r i- Give Him All me he can'drink, .1 is the pen'' leet "and .compleft of all "for children especially. But make sure; of the milk's quality1 and You do It by having us leave a bottle of our rich clean milk at your door every day. To take our milk is to iivold risk and-'to iniure thf health and growth ofyiht.kitidlee .'-Ht U clarified Crystal Dairy Ltd 1 PHONE 1576 PUBLIC HAVING SOLD OUR FARM WE WILL SELL .WITHOUT RESERVE, ON SEC. 9, TP. S, RG. 20, NINE MIL.E3 SOUTH EAST OF LETHBRIOGE, AND TWO MILES NORTH OF WILSON. OCT; 24th, 1917 o'clock sharp the following property, U HEAD OF 35 Klcrcn head henvy brood jnarcs, eight of which have colla bj attic. These mare are> hrctl lo a good Pcrchcron slnlllon and te'n ot them opposed to h'c'ln [oal. l''our gchllnes; ono snilillo and drlrlnx raarc, j-carn old, works any hnniljr jn.iro; ono rtrchoron Rtallton, five years old, n'good onei'oeTen tWo- Fcara old, four tllltca; three yearlings, two fllltoa; eight Wahlfaca, four fillies. OF j Twenty cows with cnWcs hy good milch cow, fresh In August; one dark ronn Bull, Indian horn October 27lb, 1516. n coot] one) forty yearling stdera and 2 yeir old Ftccra. FARMING (WPLEMEKTS Two Wobcr wagons, 1 with 150 bushel grain lank; storm', buggy, "prlng wtigon; 3 grain drills; 3 Mntlcrs UMcCormlcW andTjbhn s.rllscj; 2 smoolhlni! hnrrowa: aiirlng looth cultlTntor; luh aiirfaco packer; one-hone cultivator; lank heater; some No. 1 conimolin lumber; grindstone; 9 clouhlo keta ,work .hArnCas; double act driving harness; slnclo set driving nnd brhllc; lorks; chains; cliovcls; powcr.horac clipper; Aad articles loo numerous (o uifnllon. -4-r HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE Bctl ateadn, attrlngs, nallresses, drostcr.i, rugs, range.with rcecrrolr and all kKchoin rnnchlnc, etc, WHITE VVYANDOTTE DOZEN LUNCH W. H, CORHY 4 SON 0. H. LEQUER, NIGHT SCHOOL TKc PnMli ami Separate "Schuol nonrds ol l.clhbrldgo arranging for a ntghl school [or 'the leaching of Kngllth nntl Kl- cmcnlsry nnd other branches of. study for whlcli there lie a demand for-the bcncfil'of persons above Ihc school ngo In Etructlon. Any persona wishing lo liikc ailvnnlage of this nlghl eckob) are rftinfslsi 16 oltcnd. for en- rollment'nl SI. lliitlla School In on Ihc eveii-j luga of am! October Iho ZGIh and 27th from 7 till fl o'clock. Tho Doardn are nmloua to gel the clnsscg Klartcd.by the ftrsl of N'ovctnlier nml In order thai satisfactory nrranEomcnU .car lo made tor acconimoclallon'ntin1 tuition It )e essential that nl' ncraons Inlerealr.cl nttcntl at the ubuvo ll.v.c phcc to-ip.Lar.. view a committee of tho' Joint IJoards. It Is CTtnocled Ihnl NonKng- llsh' "prnklnt iwonlo partlculir 1y will tnlto advantage of ILcic claEees. BY ORDER OF, r The Ubbridge Public Separate School London, Oct. opera- tloni by British naval aircraft were reported In an official stale- today as follows: Sunday night naval aircraft dropped several bombs on ihe Msll railway sidings north of Ghent- "Yetterday a bombing raid VMS attempted on the St. Denis VVest- rem airdrome but owing to the thick clouds our machines dropped their bombs on the brugge Mole, Two small vessels alongside were hit and bombs burst close to a seaplane base and builtf- Ingi Mole. All ol our ma- chines returned safely." BRITISH TANK TO ..STIMULATE LOAN New Tori', British Linl, fifmtlar to the Giant war machines o this character In active service Prance, reached (his port today on a a teaman Ip, from Europe and will h act up here, as'a companion exhibit t the German submarine >vhtch recen lv arrived, lo stimulate Liberty lion' purchasing. The' tank was lashed on the forwan o! the steamship, helhs too larg tp be placed In a hold. A British arm officer and 'eight men were In charg o! It during Iho royage. DISTILLERY BROKE PROHIBITION WDstmlnstcr, B.C., OcL The BrJtlsli Columbia DlsiiJlery found guilty of an Infraction of th Prohlhlllon Act In the' police cour today In having d ell i-ercd to th Kell7; Poiiglns Company on Oclobe thlrleei; barrels of alcohol, whic li'ad been paid for prior to October TVhen-thc act wenl Into effect. Sen tencft was reserved.; ATTHEOIU'HEUM Genevleve Hamper, long assotlaief uii R. as leading ojnao, Is seen lu hid auppori in tho Vllllam Kox "The Unfailh ul at the Ornheum. Mfss JJainper Is crrtlltet] with Lav- ng the moat heauliful face of aoy osB. The luslre of her eyes, the radiancy of her emllo, the bloom of icr check, thg luxuriance ot her ban -those arc a few of the attributes thai have lirought Itcr to the forcfroiii s the possessor ot the most ace cilaut. And yet these are not the ole reasons for her recognition as e of the most popular actresses. Miss Hamper, be it known. Is the possessor of talent ns well a3 beauty ml Ede has dramatic IrluinpJj? o her credit. Ainoug htr most sue ccssful roles have been 'Prtnco "Ophe aud "Julie dc ilorllmcr." DESTHOYERS SUNK IN A COLLISION London, Oct. British merchant cruiser Orama has been torpedoed and it is announc- ed A, British hns been aunk In a collision. Two officers and men 'Mere saYtd from the destroy- er. No lives were lost on the Orama. KtlOX'T AT STARLAND "Pots and Pang the Pa Ihe Goltl P.obaler to be the feature al and Thursday, s an excellent eiaraple of the talent of Agntjss C. Johnston, perhaps he vounSGSt scenario writer In llifi notion, picture business. Alisa John- Ion lias been willi Thanliouscr Imt a sliort while, yet she has written lour rcry successful pliotopJays: "The Shine "Prudence the 'The Fear ot and "Her New York." "I'ols anil Pans Peggy" is typical of her wort. Miss Jolmslon does not ,_..il her characters with n broad brush; slic escois In fine touches, lit- tle whimsicalities, subtle humor, and above all, in a real love and under- standing of Luroai) nature. ''Pols and Pm-a Peggy" features Gladys jHulettc, the of. "Her New "The Shine Girl" and "Pru- dence the H Is a delighthilly fresh, clean and wholesome Glory of a liltle Irish girl who, ivllli unfalllue good nature and warin-hearleilness, IB rc.sponsililc rcscneratton of n Lome JD which selfishness -nnil un- happlncss dwell. Wayne Arer plays the hero and tho picture contains "punch" and thrill In abundance- Xcppeltns. It waa at once attacked by one of our nrmy'G defence sect- ions. At Ihs-l a series ol shells were lired at tho Zeppelin when It waa dls- 4.CCO mntrea. Tlie Xeppelln Iiroiiipily rose to a ol metre. In a fresh attach by. the anti- aircraft guns the fourth shell struck the ontsJilo envelope anil Hie Zeppelin cauglu fire. It remains a mass of metal Indian rubber and broken [iroijcllors. Five dead bodies horribly inulllatcil, were tounil near the Zep- liullo. Others must be burled under (Ire ruins, which arc still smoking. There eaulil not love been any bombs left In the Zeppelin ae QO tx- lilcslons were heard. The apparatus liail lour ''About 2.20 p.m. Zeppelin numher was forced by our avintors to coino lo earth near Dourbontie Les-Dalns. It Is Intact. Tlic coinmamllng officer aud seventeen men of tho crow arc "iE "A little later the Milrd Zeppelin, the came down at Dammarlln, near and two o ccrs and men ol her crew were captured. Two of tbc crow were sliglitly M'oundcd. Zcppetln's crew detached car iviilch Ibey entirely destroyed "The Zeppelin, without "ballast went off wllh four men. Prom the declar- ation D! Ihe prisoners this Zeppelin lelt OfjdenbcrE tor London on Octob- 19, but was unable lo reach (he caplial. u'o Zeppelins, entirely destroyed, were attached by our aTlatora nud by our iinllatrcraft guns and came down In tlie valley of Ihe Saenne, alight ing tn the region ot Sister I on, Iho crewa having burned Ihelr Zeppelins attempted to escape, but were taken prisoners, "Two other machines wero seen fn am THE CANADIAN SALT CO. UMtTEO__ the south, one lacked at IA Rango, in tho lower Alfs. The other vaa ecea by ibo aviation centre at Frejue, ilrirtlng towards the sea lu a. vertical position and dlsablcil. Lost Five cf New Type. "Tliua proljnbly the Clcrjuans lost' five ot their Zepiiellns. which were all of the ueu- type, from to 24J i metres In length and carrying seven and nine engines with Ironi to horsepower." Summing un the cilcnl ot the aster to the German air (leet. tho re- [iorl says (hat altogether has constniclcd probably one hundred of which sixteen were do- stroyed before the war. Thu losses lclalJy reported by the allies wero G In 1914, 1C In 1015, 25 lor 131G and three tor 1917. Thus llio minimum of sixly-slx Zcp- fellns have been destroyed, to which must bo added half a dozen mote lost by accident and in experimental trials. Deducting machines loaned to fiulgarla, Germany now has on lha western front only 25 Euper-Zeppe'lns. The great olr [leet concentrated, against England In Belgium and nor- thern has never amounted to more than sixteen EMPRESS Tonight LAST TIME Starling 1 and Running ContTnuously Until 11.30 In the Evening. H ERE AT LAST PROFITS OK OGILVIES PROBED Victoria, C., Oct. The city council last nlgiit passed a resolu- tion ..jasklllg Hie.- Dominion govern- menl'.to Investigate' Ihe prof Its Mills Company, Ltd.Si The mayor suggests lhal ex- cess profits, It any were (ound, should be'used'to keep down taxes. 4 ASSERT RICHTS. .Cpnenliascn, Oct. Comment trom Stockholm newsiraiicra concerning Iho -policy ol the United Slates to- -ward neutrals Is .quoted by -tile BcTlinsko Tldcnde. Tho AftonbtnJct says lljal Ihe ux- cli'ineo ol comraoflltlca be- tween Germany anJ now comprises only absolute necessities. It contends tbal Sweden canno't Klvo up this (rado oven under the threat of losing lier Imports Trom Am- erica, and Is confident, that the government- will assert Eiredlsh rights.: AT THE MAJESTIC .ROBINSON CRUSOE. Magnificent sccncrr, Iruly liehuflful r.osluniCBj, arllallc, electrical lighting effects, 'the mogt wondQrful dancing ever seen In tills cltj1, and nboVc.all Ihe best bala.ncert, most 'clever cora- nany of real arthb ever nssemolcil In one company louring Canada, charac- terizes 'F. Stuart XVhyle's production of "Iloblnson Crusoe" Trliich made its appearance at. tho .Majestic (heatre last jjlghl lo an nufllence which fillctl Hie theatre utmost capaclly- one or ITVO exceptions all the favorites irho 'hare been nssoclptflj ivlth iu past scasoiis are again vllli blui this season, and were accorded royal .rccepllons last nlgtil. Miss Zara Clinton as Robinson Crusoe, Harry Iloyland as filll 'Awkhis, J. V. Barrett-Lennard as Will Atkins, Iho Missea Ixwlieicl as. the Princessea, Misa'Madgo Locke as Polly Pertms, Victor Dyer as the Widow Crusoe, and Hamilton Earle as Davy JQIICS all filled the most' Important, roles to their credit and lo the keen enjoyment ol Ihe audience. The comedy o[ Ihe Hbyland-DaTrel-Fxinnard-Dyer combi- nation "fs rtch; word aplJy de- iblDE. cscTiillatlngly funny cf- forla or the trio, The production 13 simiily a mass of splendid scenic n'nrt electrical effects, AiiA DTrAngcnicnt ot Ihe "hc- hind-tno'-sccncs" iiart of the perform- ance, air. Whjlo has displayed his talents. as a maa'tcr producer. The abounds with sparkling wit, mcly'sayJDgs, neat prosy veree, and Is bound together with an pnlcrlain- Jnff a lory. -Tho'.nauslcBl numbers have evidently been selected, arranged and composed with cftre, end a finishing touch is put to tlie vnrfous Ijallel3-nnd specialty dances, by Ilio Jean Van Vllsstngcn dancers. All lold Hoblnspn Crnaoo la the beat attraction of fix kind ever brought lo heUibrldkc, and It Is lo hoped thai we shall be favprcrt wllh. moro altrac- tlona or, the Stua'rl-WIiyle calibre hi the Ihcalrical calendar In Lhe future. Ilpblnson Crusoo wlll.be tonight for tho last lime here, Rnn.lt Is safe to predict an- other capacity, audience tonlghl. MelodramF) Of ihc early nineties, lalllTiEMJi iciitta'flnd lovti niahlnga In llio blue "graanfrcglona, of horac'rac- Jnp nil uncommonly TTell togctKci- And still capable of IntfresL of those whD.nro not- Capitally acted ,by a company [of almost uniform ex- cellence, and1 ciloYned with the anlfcs of ,ilie, humeiifja pSclc- many and 'varied nccom- Such ia play (e which W HI he ftCen nt the on Friday -find SahinlRy next, October 2Bih and with Saturday mallnce. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619. P- O. Box 60S, HENDERSON, REID AND PATErtSON Chartered AccoiintanU Audllt, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Manufacturing, Wholesale Retail Accounting. AcadU Building, Third Ave.r 3. LethbrTdqe. WF SAVE YOU MONEY' QN WfARINGftPPAPfiASHOFS rDO YOUBSElf 4 FAMILY HENMESEY A WILSON NOPTH LETHBWIDGE. MAJESTie at 8.30, LAST TIME F. Sluarl Whylt Offers Ihe Superb Musical Extravagant Prlcei: E In his very .aleit brand new Comedy The Adventurer and Other Good Attractions. Now that Chaplin's salary IE timfil more than any other picture itar on. earth and the rental price if al- most prohibitive, we are forced to raixe the price of to 25c for adults and 15c for ren. Children from 4 to E will be admitted.for LAST TIMES TONIGHT ANN PENNING1W IN "THE LITTLE B.OY SCOUT" 'NEARLY A -Comedy. I _.' WEDNESDAY AND GLADYS HULETTE IN i.jf 'TOTS AND PANS PEGGIE" PATHE-THANHOTJSER FEATURE, ALSO ANO LATEST WAR GAZETTE. ALPftlDOE V TORY NOMINATION Edmqnlon, Oct. 23- A. II. AM rid EC, who was1 nominated as a Conservative cahrlldald fof In N'Ovcm- nas Jfeftlenccl. It an Indc- convention (s IjcJ'J Billing to hit name -to pobt tytfnro IL ORPHEUM-TQNIGHT William Fox Robert B. Mantel) with Ginevleve Hamper In "The Living or, The Unfaithful Wife" (n other real vendetta, In six Prices: Children .-I....'... fOe. MAJECTKS Next Friday Saturday October 26th and 27th Matinee Saturday Rowland Clirlord-Gatta (Irw.) Present: An Entire New Production Ylni Grtnd Old Amtriisn.Play SEE The "Thoroughbred Oueen Bess Win Ihi Kentucky Derby, O L D HEAR Tlie Tarnout silver Band of ThGle Inlm. Kabfe Plckanirjnlo, KENTUCKY Larje Exceptional Ability, Oon't Mlai ihe Bla Street NOT.A MOVINO .Pr.leet: Nights lit. ChlUr.n Jfc'