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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. OC10HF.H 27, 1917 TUT. LRTiiiininr.F. OATI.Y LISTINGS WANTED WE HAVE CLIENTS '-OR IM- PROVED FARMS. CAN HAND LE ANYTHING FROM A HALF SECTION FARM TO SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES. HARRISON Room 8, Alberta Block PKonc 503 Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped IB handle all hinds of repair work on either steam or gas Iraclori. Only high class work leavM our ahop, and wo wlil quota you prices that are right. NIVEN BROS. Flral Avc. S. Phono 1732 Welding Slcol, Iron, 'cast and aluminum welded STRONGER THAN Cracked cylinders and crank casca repaired without warping, Xeiv IccUi built In. Auto llglil tanks recharged and exchflBKed. Farm machinery parts and automobile frames a W. N. K'DTH 321 Clh St. S. (Text Herald LETHDRIDGE U'Elua, Oct. Conservative comiuUlco for tho federal seal met Icnlay and passed a resolution In favor of tho uclou government and pledged KB support. A committee was appointed la meet o Liberal comiuli- tce for ihe of selectta? a un- ion candidate for ivcut of resigning to be eancUdtUo lo ila home town. "My iinuttlan Is (bis: I would much to come oul as a wln-lhe-Mtr ue rantildate who would support EOTeromesU a? long aa 11. bouesUy carried out Lho policy of pulling all the resources ol lUe country foto the war until It fa wuu." said tlie chief tIce ID a statement, "1 would ki war on profiteering and craft on sldo It sDowed IU Ijoad. if a number ot auch men, pledged to these i-ollclc3, were to be returned they would no doulit bring enough pressure Lo bear en Lho gov- ernment lo get rid of LcaslB of prey. But If Lho fight Is ttrlo oae between a. nominee of the union government und a nominee of the Quebec rump, J would support former aa the lesser t'vll ol the Iwo." SOLDIER WILL RUN Oct. G. V. Andrews. D.S.O.. officer commanding the clearing tlepol, M. IX AU. iG, 3 consented ID havo bis name jiliced In nomination at Iho Centre Winnipeg unionist coHYcntlOTi says Ibe Tribune. IN CH1LLIWACK. Vancouver, Oct. Munro, ai a public meeting nt Chilli- wack last nltjul tendered bis resigna- tion as the Liberal candidate for the federal district. -Mr. Muoro Intimated that lie could not. retain Hie nomination which, ho EQltl, was extended him al a straight Laurler convention. lift said he entirely In favor of Horden policy ot and waa prepared to give, his support lo a union government- He could nol subscribe himself as a. Laurler sup- porter In the present crisis. II ivas stated today that the Con sen-alive convention scheduled Tor November 1 will be turned into a un- ion convention and the possibility Is nentloned ot tho unopposed election William McNclIl aa a supporter of 10 union gove'rnriiant, The Kflmioops city Liberal Assocla- fon Is In fa tor of Ibo nomination of union candidate for Cariboo, >lr. T. Robinson, the otilclal Conscrva- Lvc candldnte, bas resigned, t lie Oeld may ije open [or a. candidate uitable to" both parlies. fll! Kinds of Winery Repaired Kockci1 Gli'iitcs and Gears-for All Kinds of Traction Engines. We manufacture .ind have In slock Well Pjrnps, Roll Grinders and Plate -J--1 1 G. KISC'nELL Lessee of the Leth'jrldgc Iron Works. Showers' Auto Livery Day and Night Service. Stand at While Lunch Pho uc 1127 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1540 Night Phone 78; PHONE 1050 AUTO CITV AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palaco Confectionery _- Plioncs: 1261) Shoe Repairing Shop OPENING IN CARDSTON MAIN STREET. x NOVEMBER FIRST FlnlBhfng Machine and Sewing Machine Being Installed. ,GOOB WORKMANSHIP 'SIario Fcrini HtHOEjlSOVl SIOUTJPEfilAUSt I Difficult Col. Bradbury Won't Run, Winnipeg, Oct. G. II. Iradbury announces that he will nol o a candidate In Selkirk riding. He (atos that his health1 Is not In a con- Ition to Aland the strain o! a cam- sign. A Unionist convention" for the rid- g of Marqiiette lios been called for November 15 nt Shoal Lake tor the ot nominatinE a candidate. A unionist, delegation has asked Hou. A. Crerar, minister of agriculture n Ihe neTT'eovdrninent to accept the lominntlon In Marque Lie and it ts aid. lie Intimated Lo them he would irefcr to represent that riding. Rio Janeiro, Oct. "SC. Th? chamber of deputies today, by an unanimous vole, decided that a state of war existed be- tween Germany am] Brazil. The vote was 149 to 1. The tribunes of tht chamber were filled to capacity, After a debate on lh: opportune- ness of proclaiming martial law, the president of Lhe diplomatic Committee spoke In favor of a law worded as follows: "A state of war between Brazil and Germany Is hereby acknow- ledged and proclaimed. Th- pre- sident of the republic is author- ized (o adopt the measures enun- ciated In his mestage of Octobtr 25, and to take all steps tending to ,Insure national defense and public security." The virtually unanimous vote of the deputies was received with general acclamation. Prefldent Brar has sanctioned the proclamation of a stale of war with The senate unanimously approv- ed the proclamation of a. state of war witS Germany. According to the newspapers, torpedo boat destroyers have received orders to proceed to Bahia and lake pos- session of the German gunboat, Ebar, which has been lying there for some time. DEW 19 'M ''Union' Canjdldale. Vlr.lorla, n. C., .Oct. ot-, ended meeting 61 representative Lib- erals of Saanlcli, Oanbay, and Ksnut- nialt last decided lo chooso a candidate who would support llic ircscut union government at irovidcd he stood for conscrlnllon ot vealtli B3 well aa wen and went on ecord as liolne la tavor of approach-' ng tlie Conservative and Labor lead- era wlih a view to unUlng nn a man I o represent them all in tills crisis. At The SOB. i Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Oct. Jnlon goverriment Eupnortcrs In (he i party] who denounced ihc itnnd lakeii at the convention on Thursday night, inel last night and nominated (en jncn to meet llie com- nlllec already appointed lir the Con- scrTativca with Iho object of sulecl- ng union The lahor par- y lias also-named a -committcQ to kc parUJit the conCeteucfl. For Saikatchewim. Ucglna, Snat., Oct. rep- resentatives were ,tn conference yes- icrday respecting rcnrc-sen- ;atlon In Nesolialloni' lave nit yet reached n alRge whcro t Is possible, to say .where any ona will run In this province aa yet, ler the auaplcea of Ine union govern- ment orgaiilznllon. Todny the nntlon oC J. A. West man, ConserTa- ,lvo nomtnco for Kri-ina (edcrHl seal was received. Tho Liberals have no one In the Held, Victoria Cur.dldate Victoria, Oct. Justice Huntor of the supreme court ot llrl- rlsh Columbia (3 to rcalgn from tho bench IE i elect fid aa H ran- dlrlale for Victoria supporting union government In Iho corning .election. Itc liaa already.refnjed to ellon- his name (o go up for'- nomination In Soudi Koolcnny. preferring In ILc Wapbiaglon, Oct. govern- ment or Ihe United Slates.Is asfcinE every citizen o[ Ihe country to cai less beef, pork, pork products, wheat, uuller anil sugar-and to wnste no focri- as an act of common detence. Thla la the explanation given today by Herbert Hoover, food administra- tor, or the meaning of the National Food Pledge -which begins In morrovr end continues uutll November 4. Hall a. million convasscrs arc ready Tor the campaign lo Induce at least thirteen million of tlio country tv.only-two million housewives to algn (be pledge to cons en'e food during the r. j- 'Owing to the large failure of (he hatiest In Prance and ftaJy and the InjiDlltly to send tho world's shtpphig to remote said Mr. Hoover have thrust upon us a larger duty In providing foodstuffs for them thai) we are' capable of executing, un- ices we can reduce Iho consumption oi these foodstuffs In the Unllbd Slates If we cannol secure Ihls reduction in consumption, we cannot matntair them constant In the war. if wo iail Ihe vresiorn battle i'nc will movo to the Atlantic seaboard. "Kurtliormore, flic [irohleni of amel (orating the prices to (he .Ammunv. consumer is entirely Involved In our HbJJUy to supply the allied neeils anc sllll Icavo us .a sufficiency at home. !f ncccpl the nUcTnative ot maintain ing the allies In the war from our Eiippllca, without .we shal have shorlape in (hb UnKeil.-.- Stole's thai make any hope of price conlro absolutely "II- l.i therefore, )n the Intcrosi o any Ameiicnn man, woman aud child Dial wo should accomplish these ends -pfirst in his personal defence anc protection, and, second In tho Interests of his pockelbooTc. 1- "lleyond all this, nnd greater than Lhla, Is the question of _ common humanity. There are now millions16 women and children In Kurojio sold; dependent, upon us for loo-hlufls, am if ivo had iio oilier reason U shouli lo every In ill vicinal In (he Untied Stales (o aacrlilce 'something In the name of common humanity." FRANK WADDINGTON 'WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On Tuesday Next, OcL 30 A( (lie AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP S. (Upitairs) A OUANT1TY OF USEFUL FURNITURE Ttn (rlmmeil complole wlln springs nnd inalires.its; olgM ftxxi Amatri nnd stnmls; OCCBSIOHS! (ftt'irt; bcilroom ciiairSI'pnfppls'uiiil r.srrclllnj; nljoul 10 gnoil iiliink: els; hiitsprenHa; shfenla; pillows; toilet fclc. KINDLY BE PROMPT. TERMS CASH Wl '1 _ ANNOUNCEMENT To our PATRONS UPON ADOPTING a POLICY of INCREASED ADMIS- SION for PARAMOUNT PICTURES THE MANAGEMENT OF STARLAND lias pleasure, in announcing to patrons of this popular theatre tlmt conlracts have been closed Tor the. Paramount program for the ensuing: year, consisting of the greatest liiiu-un of stars pictures ever before sluwn at one theatre. On account of enormous increase, in (he cost of film produdion, caused by enorm- ous increase in the s-.tliu-ics of (he stars, directors and others of the cast and by much larger sinus licing- for bigger and better stories by well-known authors, we have obliged (o pay an average ol from (hrec to four times what we were originally paying. The Paramount Pidiiny; will have the best of (he former stars anil many more of the greatest screen artists, but in order (o keep these stars it was necessary to increase their salaries greatly. 'We have been confronted with the problem of giving our patrons (he very best In pictures n( an increased admission, or putting; in an inferior program at the old prices, bnt concluded (hat there were sufficient people in (he, Cily who appreciated the ard of our contracting for PARAMOUNT PICTURES. COMMENCING MON., NOV. 5th, our prices on PARA- .MOUNT PICTURES will not U less .than 20c for adults. No increase will be made in prices for children, but all children occupying seats MUST PAID FOR. The prices for adults will be graded according: to the. merit of the pro- gram or the star but are not likely (o exceed: 2f> cents for any feature, except in cases of super-pictures, such as "JOAN, THE or pictnres of greater merit. iV An increase in prices, owing to increased cast of production, has been adopted by (he moving picture houses in practically every (he Dominion. We arc endeavouring to build up an exceptionally good orchestra and can promise our patrons (lint the music will be of a very high standard. We are also endeavouring to give plenty of clean, wholesome comedy along with the larger features. v We would recommend (hat as many as can do so Should attend (he matinees as, owing to our seating capacity, vie are likely to be crowded in the evening. Our matinees wilt' begin daily at 2 and 3.30 p.m., excepting in of a continuous Thanking yon for your ijatronagc in the past, ami-soliciting a continuance of same, we beg (o remain. is Yours for bigger and better pictures, STARLAND MANAGEMENT The following are some of the Stars who MARY PICKFORI) New Program rill thl DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS GIUFF1TH PKOpUCTION DEMILLE PRODUCTIONS HLSD3 FERGUSON GERALDINE FARRAli GEORGE M. COHAN S. HART MARGUERITE CLARK BURKE MADAME TETROVA JULIAN ELTINGE (WOMAN IMPERSONATOR) LINA CAl'ALIERI 8ESSUE HAYAKAM'A WALLACE REID VIVIAN wilt appear on .GEORGE BEBAN ANN PENNINGTON' CHARLES RAY jiiND BENNETl1 PAULINE FREDERICK JACK PICKFORD AND LOUISE HUFF RQSCOE ARBUCKIji: i AND OTHERS w ill he The following are some of trie Productions wni shown under the New Policy v MARY 1'ICKFORI) in :'.'REBECC'A OF' SUNNYBROpK FARM" 'MARY PICKFORT) in lilTTLE PRINCESS" DOUGLAS FAIKWAAKS i. TO EARTH" W. GRIFFITH'S........................... PICTURE pROOUCEO'bllf, THE OF FtlANCe FERGUSQN "BARBARY SHEEP" GEORGE M. COHAN in.......................... "SEVEN KEYS TO .BALDFATE" CLARK -i i ARTHUR W. PINERO. MARGUERITE CLARK "BAB'S BURGLAR" I'.ILLIK BURKE, LAJSiD OF "PROMISE" BY QILETT BURGESS PAULINE FREDERICK in CROSSED" BY HECTOR'.TUKNIULL, AUTHOR OF "THE CHIAT in "THE LAM' OF THE OEQ. iRoADHURST'4 OHEAT PLAY. ,'ULIAiX ELTINGE in..............'...............: RAFFLES' CAREER" HESSUE HAYAKAWA ''HASHIMDRA --WALLACE IRWIN't JAPANESE JCHOOL -TACK PICKFORI) "TOM SAViTtER" AND OTHEH VARK TWAIN .iTOHIM. FAURAIt in HE (JOD.FOROOT" DEMILLe PRODUCTION. KOSCOF, ABHUCK'LK in ;