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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WKONKSOAY, OCTOHKU 31, HUT TIM-: Lrrnnmnai: PAGE FWE Somewhere at the Every boxes from home are going to. the boys in the. trenches. And of the things they get, a great prize is Wrigley's, the Gum with Lasting Flavour. s It takes the place of food and drink in case of need which is often. .It keeps spirits up gives vigour and vim. A packet in the pocket 'lasts a long time. The Flavour Lasts The Election Campaign SIoosc Jaw, Sask., Oct. a "mectlnjj ycslorrtay attcrnoon .ol the Joint- committee oT Liberate and grain flio tended tliu Invitation to lion. J. A. Caldcr lo become :L unionist canilld- ale lor this cltyT ft vrts ciee.'dcd to hold a nominating convention In the >clly find. 1 tor ]uni on November 14. A tssnicd risking (he Liberals, Brain' Grow- ers and laborHca, etc., lo scud dele- liielr. course ivith regard to union Kovcrnmrnt. "At Coast. Vanvoiivor, Oct. Martin llurrcll and lion. J: A. Caldcr, left Vancouver Ibis morning for Victor fa ivJiero lliey aro to sronkr tonight. Premier llrcwstcr also lias gone, companlcd hy Hon. Mr. KarL and Ifon. '3lr. Hon. J. W. Deb Parris arrived fr9m trio cast Insl nlghl. i Jn order to Messrs, BurreJl Endorse Calder. ami Calder an opportunity to sluily ihe local political; EltUntton Ihc union- ist primaries-cHlie'rl for this evening In Hurra nl and Vancouver Cenlre have hcen iioslponeit for one week. reqilcsled llnte to. con- sider the proposal of tho wln-lhc-vrar league that Conscrviitlvca surrender the Ilurrnrd nomination to tlie Lib- eral unionists, At Brandon, Brandon, Oct. a. meeting JaM-night, al wliich the aims and objects ol the greal -war TQlcraos was oxnlafned, It ivns de- cided to naX Major Carter lo call n rujiillc meeting as goon as possible to R uln-lhc-war candhlhte. Manitoba. Winnipeg, Oct. K. I.obb, Liberal member of Iho legfatatura -1'ugaloyj ono ol the SI. john-Alhcrt for Jtcckwoocl, slated lodfly lb.il he Ueen approachfiil by numcrovis fl. B. May Run. K. C, returned lo tho clly MiJa morn-1 H la ulaled today IhaL Hugh Arm ilus from Oltawn. Aahcd Ra to lila in-lalrontf, of 1'orlngc U I'ralrlc nnd Mooso Jaw, Sask., Oct. The National British Citizenship League 'at a general meeting held In the Y, .M. C. A, cmloracd the union EQTcfnnicnt and also Mie pro- jiosal ,10 noinlnnto Hon. J. A. Cflldcr R3 tbc'unlon cadtdtitc. Dr. Bland to Run. Winnipeg, Oct. S. 0. Bland returned frorii' a visit to Rohoby, Saak. He slnlctl Ibis morning that he liad received strong asatiranco (Jia( he Hie recogrltcd Jonlst candldato In Centre Winnipeg. Carved by Acclamation. St. JpJin, X. U-, Oct. Political rumors, believed well founded, give Ulon. F- 11. Carvcll, minister of public works, the 'scat for Cnrlclon-Vlclorla by acclamation find Hon. William Hi; Thomas n inter British Headquarters In. Bel 91 urn, Oct, hns been accer- Ihst veslcrday's Driilsh advance, the Germans paid a ter- rible price in the dcftnce of Pass- chendale ridge- One company of _ infantry went in eighty i strono and aU that came ouf of the battle was one officer and four men. One battalion of German grenadiers after concluding n spell of duty had but itc adjutant and ont man left. Kass and Hovcii? aii-i'-aierl Eh on hi p. tQurl iIlcruoQii and v-f'idi'J ti> bbery by TTok-ticr or ItuLort Ilrighi J ethers at Hurons iu thi' cKeiil of Pi more or IMS, Tin y rvnmuJ- until Mouday fur .'pntriu-i-. Lha ruuam' was in oruur IQ vcr ihe dilfcmuo belwoni Uu- oney by tlu- inilii-o In rbclr art-U and the Jllfu Uu- men in the ub at ihc liiuu living in i-ho Is Oi; iu'i- v.-i.v iu s ol the Stcret Stvcn. l.ui i.i by Sirong (Tr-Jiu-is llu-ili- n VOUTTK Clarke g'.vei Slrcuig ami llvvorly a Tlicn fulloiv "Ui'SiiCTale pV'l I'arl of ihc Secret Kcvrn (or of the tasked enlcrs'lnto liic story one pJriV lnvo ol ucoihe Strong. Vrcni-h chateau vclille the wiih the lalvnts ol the star an eicep- sursi'p uroune1 IKT, "LUtlu Mary" caiubit; supporting fast yv" givnn -AH to disiOay Ihc iiours ii: yroJucliua. drannvtk- ability with which ilie Although ilie story Ll--'Jls the war. il Is not of thi- t.iHi.- type as the ordinary war Urania, i it more with Clio ir.iimalo in witli ilio general. Iu kci'ping ch as' Dostvorth, Jath JfoJt. JaiAe llaynionil llaiioii, Guy Oliver, Kdylte rhHi'ijiim. Lillian Lcjghlun, Wnller iJcwiu Jt-iinliin'i little Beu oti j sSsw AT THE MAJESTIC Tonight will he thi? last [ircsonted lo Lethbriilse to wltTieji ibe BtciHiiK uroiluvriion df "Iledcinplion" in which Evelyn and IKT son Russell Tliavr arc sUirrotl. "IlcOeuiptluii" lias altrai tod autltenccs to tho Majcrslii- ilieatre week, where It will be shown f'jr the; time tonight al 11 I ompt capture or the- liold-mi.iuen betiutlful alike tcnjcaw Hpcr H and .s an illustration or 113.1 "V8.1 tni11 .ar.c "ever quUc Is understood Pijier receljit ol a lelesrain from .-TO sup- tntendont of the forte- ui Kdinotiton anking ihc men tilth ork, George the driver of c auto was allowed iu go free, liav- been an Inuoci-iil wort. In Winnipcg, Oct. 31. Maiimmn In- reases provided by the inajortty ward of "Ihe boat A ol conciliation paling willi Ihc 'dispute between C. It. maintenance ol way employees ml the company, nrc 35 ten Is rcr day udtr the dcrudnd of Ihc men. The majority award signed and for- to (he minisler of lahor by halnuan E. L-- Taylor and Dr. Icorgeson Calgary. reiircEentiiiR ic company was made puWic in Win- todny. David Cam pbcl 1, ihe casc ol Kvelyn Nosbit herself, that it 3s ijulle iHJssilile for those upaii whom we look with nverfoil cjc lo he "more sliiiH'J against sinning-" Scale are on ?ale a I ihe Majestic- box office HUT; for Friday night's con- cert, whith will be given by ihc Hoi- linahoad company. Tbe Mollnglirail LroMiDrs hare Lccn features with the Chatuiiquas iliia year, ami lire firm favorites with western Can ml inn autll- ent'cs. The company Js i-ninjioscO ot 1 ted tern. Canada's great- est lenor, Harolil II. con- cert barf I one, cJocuifonisI, JOL-tnrer. anil character -rii f'cralil Moore, Kngllsh boy piarusL Every musical comedy enthusiast is .-ailing tor lllKy Oswalil the favorllc auJ his Simshlne Girls will appear at Ihc llajnstie theatre llaHon next Monday ami Tuesday Powell's carlco.T farce, "KeniitcJced IJcjiry.'" Bilb' Oswald as everybody who goD5 to Llic theatre knows lias for Ihc past few seasons been asso- ciated many tremendously suc- cessful musical comedies, probably QTARLAN All Guaranteed. SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW AttTCRAFT PICTURES CORPORATION PRESENTS POPULAR MARY PICKFORD 'THE LITTLE AMERICAN' SEVEN KEELS. RELEASED ON THE PARAMOUNT PROGRAM. Continuous Performance Dally from 2 to 11 p.m. Admission: Afternoons 20 ccnls and 10 cents. Evenings 25 and 15 certs EMPRESS THEATRE Tonlght'S FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN BEVERLEY BAYNE IN Secret" The most stupendous serial novel; orfcr filmed. Powerful, gripping story. Love, romance and adventure. Special for Ladies Miss Hillie Uiirkc in "Gloria's lioniiiui-.c" A wonderful story of modern Society. Never before has the Emprise given Its patroni so much value for Augmented orchestra musCcal setting. :irc now selling at-the theatre bos of- fice, Tor boUi nights" performances. liioiniaLs' renrcstntalive, bag nut yell most famous work bemg'done in last ctur'ncil-to Hie city, so tlt'al the pajitomlmc Aladdin. Ml scats ure or his minority report is not Tho employees asfccd for a flat In- rcase of 75 cents per day for all Jas.sEs on eastern lines and 50 ccnls icr" day lor all classes on western Jnes Ihn being due lo (ho act UiaL western men arc al present AT STAULAND In undoubtedly (he most gripping anil thrilling plioloilnniui In. which she has ever ,tlro nation's sweetheart, Mary Pickford, will Lc ecclvliiE 25 cents more Uian eastern JScen t lh' tolligllt' to. men wluJe Ihe of living lias been equalized. i The top increase granted In the ma- ority aivarcl lo pastern men Js 40 cents per day and to western men 20 i-enls per day. Tlie men towards .ho award ,is There are employdes'arrqctcJ, from coast !o and-lief arc'closing theJr de- liberations it Tor the concUlattdn board' In Monlreal, Wdinlpef; and'-Rfgina. V liiiesiSecllon" fpreiuen in yards arc1 perl class-yards. per day', anh at per day.' Tills Is an increase, of 15 cents Iior day-over the old'rale.'" ft pro- vides for nien in yards and J2.50 al all o'lKer .pointa. This, Is an mcrcase of-. SO f cents. On Pfislcrn class section foremen's has b'eeh raisert In tlio schedule from f3 to-53-20 per day, wilh'.simJJar liicrt-ascs to other classes ol foremen. Section laborers in the cast hTive. been granted 40 ccnls per day more. Jlelalh-o retcs of increases have teen granted lo all other classes. morrow in her newest pic- ture, "Tlie Little A vital story by Cecil B. DC Mllle and Jeanle and produced under Ihc personal direction o[ Mr. 13. Mille, many'-creations have made Iiim .one of ilie forcroosl masters of photoplay Icchniyue, this film of- fcrs a parllcularly timely subject of patriotic tlicmc. The slory deals with the iircsenl great ?rar and otfcrs various surprises that ivhen seen on the screen, will dis- close remarkable cffecb. As the lit- tle American girl marooned" In a MAJESTIC Tonight Last Time EVELYN NESBIT AND HER SON I. N 1JU8SKLL THAW IN A PHOTODRAMA OF LIFE HAVE You a Sisler, Daughter, a Wife, f a Mother IF YOU HAVE, it is your duly lo see Ihc one picture from life which is depicted willl relentless truth. ONE SHOW NIGHTLY AT aUO Popular Prices 50c 35c 25c f.. WILL MEET EMPLOYEES Mrs.' I.eivls, faclri- inspector, llic oronloyeRs tomor- row evening In Ihb'labor tem- ple. Prices WILLIAM FARNUM The Star of stars in the Stupen- dous Photoplay. t The Broken Law Surpasses All Past Stage or Screen AcMcyein_enls. Produc- tion is big In theme, big in tal- ent, big in ssttingc. ALSO diaries Chnplin. IN MIS NEW JOB. What ihe Press i 'Agents I'pcopJo and urged to slaud 33 Ihc tin- Uenncll, lonlst, can (Heinle In Selkirk. 'lonltona Btandlrig sigaln for Viuliamciil, Jlr. Kcnnc'll, slated ho ,liacl ncthlre'to.aay al Mils time. Con- servatives ot Iho two Calcary [oil- crnl, rWlpEa inceln (onlglit to ilccldo DRAYING All Kirifli WesternTrahsferCo, oftlct- C, P. R, Freight tt83 former provincial treasurer, has boon 'irrl to accept Ihn unionist uomlna- n tor tlie northern rlillcg of Sol- KA11AVAYMEN GET INCREASE AND 8 HRS. Honlmal, and 6 houi1 Jay have been granted by the Grand Trunk Railway 111 enntnecrs duel firemen on cistern lines after two negbtlaltont, EARL DEAD 'London, OcL Henry Francis Deimoft, 'iccoiid of (fcahoroitgh, ilfctl loriay- nl llournc moullf. He wfla born Jn-iSu.Or-.' Wlnnipcij, Oct. board of [jrsln aupervisore for C and da have Issued Order 18 as Is hereby ordered by (he board of grain- aupervlsora 1or Canada that lha pr'ce per puthel of wtaat of the following grade a from the 1st of November, 1917, until the of August, 1918, both dates Inclusive, shall be: "No, 4 No, 5 No. 6 Thtie prices are based In store public terminal efevalera at Forl William and Port Arthur. AT William Frirnum, the world's fore- most dramatic: actor, who deserted Iho itiniatc (o play exclusively fn Iho feature films of William Fox, lias nevcn hat] n role thnt was more in'hi a liking Irian thai of-Daniel Ksmond In "Tha Broken Oscar C. at the Ornhcimi now. Jlr. Farnum, who Is a a year star, descried fi spe.iMug slagc bocnuso he fcJt thai Uio Fo-t FcMuro Films offered htm n larger field (n which In display his (alents. Also lie was of (lio opin- ion Mint the riholnplay, as presented by'Mr. Fox. offered greater opportun- ity for artistic work. In the mailer ol.artistry, Mr- Fnr- rn lias ripen lo uuforsccn heights in Ms dcHcnalion of the principal ractffr In "Tlic Wrolvcn The role, cnlHne for Ihc utmost Tn roman- tic and tlraniMlr. ncdne, wan peculiar- ly adopteil lo .Mr, Fnnuim'g tcmpcra'- mcnt. As a result, his work was even more effective than what lie dkl In "The'Wonderful "The or any c( Ihc other Fox photoplay successes. ff BRITISH LOSSES 'f, FOR THE MONTH -9 Oct. coa- reported tlio month of October totalled 377. Tho loKsc3 vrerc divided nc follows: Ofilccrs killed or died, of wounds men Olllr.era wounded or missing men o MAJES.TIC-2 BILLY OSWALD (13 THA'. A FACT) AND HIS.SUNSHINE GIRLS, IN A FURIOUSLY FUNNY JOY PLAY IN 'TWO' BREEZES Popular Prices................ oOc 35c'-'25c PRICES UJc, 75c, AT TUF. EMPRESS Come ra cnrly possible 16 ihc Kmprc33' llicalro, 'mid avoli Iho crowds. Tor (Ids is the opening or "The OTcal llic greatest serial novel of tho century. Francis X. Diuh- man ami, Uei-crly Laynd, Iho oHfclal- ly crooner! aovcrelftfg of thfi screen, arc co-alarg In "The Great Stcrel." A thumb nail tlnrf of (his attraction f.v- trtturdlnify la a9 follows: ,TliB Secret SOTEII, ft band of brainy crfmhirilfl, la ruled by'a.oinn who a- iccrtl kltec'lln; ilia MAJESTIC ONE 1V1OHT, ONLY Fri. Nov. 2nd GRAND CONCERT The Hollinshead Co. HEDFERN HOLLINSHEAD, CANADA'S GREATEST TENOR HAROLD BARITbNE, AND ELOCUTIONIST OERALD MOOREt ENGLISH BOY PIANIST J'rfccs .Seati.jelling now boi office HAROLD HO'-LINSHEAO ;