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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -MONDAY. OCTOUKH 1U1V THE UTUUMinGK DAILY PAGE FIVE About Nov. 7 WE AVILL SRLl, BY PUBLIC AUCTION ii( oiii1 (arm, ciglit miles soulli oI-LclhbrUlge. head of choice cattle. Aboiil 20 In-art o! work horses.. About -10 head of 3 and 4 year old hor.srs. Nearly all broke to work. 2-5 or 30 and 2-ycar olds, ('hok'c lot of sows and pigs. Madiincry, clt1. FULL PARTICULARS AND EXACT DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY. v The Felger Farming Co. Ltd. TELEPHONE R 411 CIIYHMFFS Think They Are Kntilled as Well -.is Should Talie Mines Says' Mayor AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On Wednesday, Oct. 31st IN TIIK LABOR TEMPLE OPPOSltE THE POST OFFICE ON SEVENTH ST. S. COMMENCING AT TWO P.M. W. IS INSTRUCTED BY VARIOUS OWNERS TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 sideboard, wltli heavy hovel (ilalo mirror; 1 turned Qflk ei- IcriElon table, with pedestal. rour.J; I fumed oak davenport; 1 eolicl oak morris clialr, upholstered in green ronluroy; 3 solid oak rocker to match; 1 solid mahogany parlor chair, upholstered In brocaded silk; 1 chiffonier; 1 wardrobe; I Singer sewing machrnc; 1 dresser; 1 coucli; 1 fumerl oak hall rack with largo bevel plalc.jjlass mirror; J writ ing dcsh; Concolcnm rugs; crass rugs; rag riifs Jn different sizes; oloctrlc lamp; bureau scarfs; table covers; fancy chfna; covered TCRclnliJc; carpels; hall cliilii's I 4 Hanucr spring coll wire, guaranteed; 1 Jrori bed complete; I gramophone pictures, elc. TERMS CASH PHONE 1025 RESERVE CENSUS IN BRAZIL -Brazil Is HOT In prepress of "prepara- ft- tion.. -Hereafter .Jt .will-be .neceasarj' .Jfta Janerlo Oct. A general i for Gorman resldenls (o carry idcntl- tensus of Iho German population (n ficattoji-cards- That oM kill-Joy. Uie lilgJi cost ot living, liroko mlo Ilio clly council meeting ibid morning and cast gloom rrer the proceedings. The clly was Ihc first to trot out tbe II. of L.. Through filly treasurer Hurls and clly asses- i sor .Meech tlio staff asked for an In- crease salaries lo ir.ecl the in- ;roads or living cosls.% j Then canio the men ol tbe lire dc- partmenl, who presented a [iclUlon asking for rotary leave and an In- LTPIIEO In wages cormnetisuniie willi 'the Increases granted lue miners of tho district In Ihc year. 1 There was no petition Irom LIJC j power hGusu L-iiifildjecs but Commis- sioner Frceimin assured the council that there would he for the city had promised tho men (lie same wages (might paid trom lime to time by men In similar naMtlona willi tM col- HfirlcB lu l.etlihrl'JKc. Commissioner grace had already had a potflion [rom a number jf tlic icon ol Ills department asking for in- creases. Tho petition of the clly hall' was passed lo the mayor for report. Tho jitlUlon of the firemen was laid on the taltle and will be dealt with by tlie whole council, as will whole matter of wages to city emnl through all the dcparluicc's. Commissioner Kreemnn. comment- ing on the petitions, declared falrnscll as follows: "Wlial ucat.s me Is why if government can conscript mcu, they can't conscript Indus-rics and regulate them loo, regulating ulsc prices or fuel, foodstuffs, wages I ntc. The city Is in a hard position 1 The coal mine owner may be forced I io pay mc" inorp- rc ean raise Hie price of coal to get can't raise the juice of what we liavc lo sell.1' I Mayor Ilanlie: "Yes, the govern- Irucnl flboulfl conscript tlic coal Diincs, the CJ. P. H" ami other big concerns, I and cllow Uicm four jicr cent- on (he money Invested. That's4 Hie only way we'll ever settle this business." Tbe general opinion of. Ihe com- inlssionerB was that, while the re> quests of Ihc city employes for great- er pay were quite In the llgnl rtf the advancing cost of jtviDBo'jiig American girl wUli Li-jiuiful gowns and modern t-osluinei l.y I.urilc and MaJamc FrancM.- The story, stagc-il by t't-cll H, De Mille, I deals with the great war nml advcn- At Starland Tonfgri roiigregaCon gave to ilio various In-, im- brother has Ptructions was niy.sl LiljlyinR. More- i ,liurdcrctl. who maKcs a over, tho continuous uiiejidance vow of vengeance over his Brave, and pracllcally llie entire falls in love with tlic man she illation of tho cJiy gavo Indication of ,0 lieallhy spiritual condllion in thej utcst CUrreiH Events and Chap- comnniDlty aiul n source of special consolation both io ihe inlsa' Jon ary and Ihe clergy in charge. At the concludinK exercises on Sunday evening, alter the preacher ol Hie mission had Itiankoil the congre- gation antl coLiernlulalcd them on DieJr strony Cat li olio, lalih. the pas- lor addressed them, "LeKEhie in lirkr terms for a continuation norsev- in the gootl rcsoluHons they liad [urmcd as z result ot the mission. lln Cartoon. The groalrsl sexeen novel ot Js "The Secret" the stupen- dous Metro Quality serial wcekl: chapters, with Francis ISushnian and Ucverly Hayne as vrhlch opens at the Empress theatre for two diiyj, commencing 'Wednesday the tirst cliupier ot this marvelous proiluclion, eost more than hair a mlUlou dollars, and which CO people took will ho Fccu'at tlto Emiiress. It is a stftry of New York life .rowerfuUj- tuU, and IE really a motion picture i novel thut ranks with the best stories 1 of Dumas, Gnhoriau, or-Sir Arthur 1 Con an Woyle. "The Great Secret" was written by the. famous playwright, 'Fred L de possession or start- rall.vayillnE facts regarding oferations when Commissioner Ihe. district attorney's Ucularly Svell counsel, for many years being ]y connected with the legal ctepirl- menl ot Uie Grand Trunk railway. Ho was Liberal menihcr ot Ihc House ot Commons for South flssei Sor a number-of years. BOWIE UO CIS of men of wealth anil influence who were hiring gangsters to carry their plans. out Death on Friday last cut off the life of Arthur Ivan 1C years, eight months antT2G days, son of F. A. j Wyinan, of linwvllle. Thc-hoy'a ctcaih 'was duo to :in accident which occur- red at Bowvllle. while he was cnfingcd j In hnuUng grain. In some manner the grain lank turned ,orcr on him arid crushed him severely. He was rushed lo Lelhbridge where Dr. Con- nor nllcuded him, but In spite oC an operation he was unable to recover. 1 The body was taken to Ihe father's home In Rowville OQ Saturday from MsKay'E parlors and ID.C funeral took plnco this afternoon at. (wo o'clock. AT THE MAJESTIC That tlic Majestic Theatre will lie well filled this evcninc tind also on Tuesday anil Wednesday Is now a foregone conclusion, for (he attraction will be Evelyn XcsbHt nml her son Unssell Thaw In Ihc play Redemption." Tremendous being, manifested iho ver this engagement, and in the oilcrins ilECif, theatre eoers will not bo disappointed for "Hedcroption" IE her son Unssc T from life "Rede I 1 inlercst. is.beli 1 ftili- nmr Illie; n THIS IS "BESSIE No. TWENTV MONTHS OLD, ONE OF THE LOT TO BE SOLD IN SALE, Registered Shorthorn Heifers Bulls FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT TIIK FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETIFKRIDGE. On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8 AT ONE O'CLOCK trftMs (ot will be heifers from 20 to 30 reds and two or three bulls and will Include seven! of the Scottish luch the Cl tmtntlnii, Glrlt, Marthai, Myrtles, Larv catlc're and CfarcU, ALL HAVE KEEN JUiED TO THE KITT BRUCE ROSEWOOD BULL. 6. W. PAISLEY, Licomhe, AucKunecr WllNMIJf Ollawa, Oct. for many acclamations In the wcsl, so far 33 llicy can be arranged for by Ihe organization of the old-parties, nrc reported here. The proposal Is lo have (ho union eovernmenl represent- ed by former t'onsorvallves ami seven Liberals In Mnnfloba; six Con- servatives anil 10 Liberals in Sas- I kntclicn-on; five rind seven Liberals in. Alberta, nnd'nlne Conservatives and four Liberals In British Columbia. B.-D. Dennett, of Calgary, 1ms left for Uie wc3l. H is uniierslocw! thai he not bo a candldEvto In the coming cJecllon. Prices WILLIAM FARNUM- Ths Star of Stars in the Stupen- dous Photoplay, The Broken Law Surpasses AH Past Stage or Screen Achievements. Produc- tion Is big in theme, big in tal- ent, big in settings. ALSO Charles Chaplin IN HIS NEW JOB. TERMS CASH LINCOLN RAMS .Tlic car of Lincoln RHIMS thai reached Lethbridgc on Friday las( were all -sold (he Hay (hey arrived. cau supply aiiother car if winlcd. J'lcnsc advise. v J. R PATRICK SON .MR, J. H. PATRICK WILL BE AT HOTEL, LETHBRIDCE, UNTIL AFTER NOV. 8. pnonos Aircg, pel. Bensatlon baa been gccaslohcd the puhll lion of fleflpaichcs from lUo Jnnclro, rrUng that the Brazilian Tore mlnlalcr has made (L known (hnt nalflllon of deaiiatclica sent by Count Von fhrough Ihc tiiccl- lum of the Iccafinn, the count ivaa nonnan (o Argen- tine, haa rcvcaluu a n Ger- man Invasion of Soulliern Hraal, Tlio r.owGpiporfi aero lliat Lho govornnicnt publish the [..uxburg rtlspalchea or cho nuthorlzc tbcir ptili by a foreign govcrnmctit ff REPORT M1CHAE1US Amsterdam, Oct. Tho resfenollon of Chancollor Mich- Is TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PALLAS PICTURES PRESENT HOUSE I'ETEUS IN "THE HE1U OF THE A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ALSO "Placing, tlie Ccnlrii of tlic Quebec 'Bridge." 2-Kccls ALSO DR1QHT IDEA" Ont Comedy EMPRESS THEATRE Two days starling nesday FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN BEVERLEY BAYNE IN "The Great Secret" The most stupendous serial novel cvtr filmed. 'Powerful, gripping story. Love, romance and adventure. Special for Ladies Miss Biilie Burlcc in "Gloria's A wonderful story of modern Society. Never before has the Empress given its patrons so much value for 1Gc-15c. Augmented orchestra musical Belling. MAJESTIC-ST-Next Fri., Nov. 2 1 THE CONCERT EVENT OF THE YEAR THE GREAT CANAUIAN TENOR ASSISTED BY HIS BROTHER, (ELOCUTIONIST-BARITONE) AND GERALD MOOK'E, English IJoy 1'iaiiist' Trices......50c 7oc fjil.OO SEATS ON SALE AT THEATRE NOW. QTARLANO All Preductlono SPECIAL ATTRACTION, WEDNESDAY AND THUHSDAY, ART- CRAFT, PICTURES CORPORATION PRESENTS AMERICA'S SWEETHEART MAHY VlOKFO'Kb in T HE T'T L E A M E R I C A N Continuous Performance Dally from 2 to It p.m. Admission: and 10c 25c and 15c Majestic Tonight MOD. Oct. 29 ALL SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE PRICES 2Se, 35s, 50c Yaur.ScMt E MABEL In 4 TONIOHT Prlcet 10c- (5e .'A Magdalene of the Hills' i In five Ljieil Current Chirllt ;