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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 8, 1917 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILt HERALD PAGE FIVE Montreal. Sept. LteuL Col. Tanuredo n local law- yer, commander ol tho 20CU. Prtucli Canadian ball a I km, up lo Iho lime of Us .dlsbaiiduicnl last year, !T> tlia practice court here today lo coiu- Sir Kdward Kemp, minister of KtlMUa ani] defence to produce beforo superior court of this district tho record of trial and con- t boforo u court martial last year. Mr. Justice Monet, who 'presMod, dlsiiirssei-l the ntollon. tbo minister of ml I Ilia not Laving been u. parly lo any previous iirucctjlngs taken, Uy I'ag- iiuelo. and no labors In with tho case been served on I hi) minister, I'agnculo WAS cilfraui llic militia forces auU seiil nf prison for o short tern, for "conduct unbecoming aii officer." He Is scck-i Opposition Query Govt. as to Closing of Munition Plants Oltawa, Sept. S. He fore the ordeis ot (he day were called loday, E. M. inoveJ Cor leave tn ad- journ tho house lo discuss mailer public Importance, namely, ihe supply or niuuKloDs to Great Britain, In view o[ tbe tact Ibat such orders were belue filouped or decreased lii CanaJa. Sir George Foster declared, lhat In ordinary c Ire utns lances he wouM not opposo the inollou. lie was not cer- tain whether Ihe question was ouo or extreme or urgent luiporttnce. At best jt could ouly bn one ol comjiifi- tlve importance since there wan no ucarlh or munitions from the Imperial vloivnolol. Moreover, Ihe house had Leeu lu Fcsalon for six moclha anil could exylro ie very before the house. n i i 1 UI1L >iEiaiaiiuu BUI ueiuia nuuau, Ing lo be rotabllalcJ, hence Ilio 0, lha auesliOI1 proceedings. ESKIMOS MAY BE PARDONED, Edmonton, Sept. Tho Eskimo murderers, with Inter- lircters aud witnesses, arc on Iheir way to tlic fur north. Ono O ot the cotistables will 3top alt nt t'orl JloMnson, where (lie murderers will beglb term or Imprisonment. Tliey win lie kepi in Iho 11. N. W. M. r. barracks, HEI! It Is ecu- vas nnt lo be elfaccd, for 'the Dominion'govenimenl decreasme the amount money 'advanced, for- the purchase o[ ehelh, U 'greatly In- creased the amount. Twenty live millions were being spent lor llial purpose, but In July and Aug- ust (liat sufii had been much Increas- ed. U was the Intention to continue such payments while the war lasted. These advances amounted to 000 a year, and the dominion Ihls year was'not only paying for adrancca on Pclrograd, Sept." official an- nouncement for today follows: "There Is DO change la (he Riga rc- ,jon. Advanced enemy cavalry de- lachments, reinforced by artillery, are king a rcconnafssancb of our iiosi- H 3, 'In the Jacobsladl region enc-my airplanes have been Increasingly ac- tive. "Bombs were dropped yesterday on the city of JacobsUdt. The senior physician ot an ambulance corps was killed, aud a nurse auri B student were wounded. "On the remainder of the front there was no material cliaogc. "Rumanian and C'auoasJon froji There were fusillades and reconnais- sances. "On Hie Daltlc sea yesterday twenty. Ibrec corny airplanes and Lattlcjriancs mado a series ol flight.1; and recon nalssanc'cs over Tzerel, Arensburg and tbo regloit of KulvasU. In Iho Gulf of Riga flvo enemy machlucs attacked our lorpedo patrols witlto-Jl success. ID an aerial battle near Arensbiirg our naval aviators brought down an enemy battleplane. The machine was dc- slroyed by fire. "Our Lorpedo boat patrols In the Cult of Riga discovered an enmey sub- marine and enemy ships, apparently trawlers, also were observed in Ibcnsk Sound.' but shelled by our coastal balteries, and were forced lo retire. AVo suffered neither loss nor damage. aviators dropped bombs on the small town of Tolekhauy on Ihe Oglnsld canal where ihe start ot a German regiment tvas stationed. Suc- cessful hits wero observed." I'KOTECTJXti SHIPS XOW KKIXO JJUIl.-r Ottawa, Precautionary iicasurcs drslgucj lo protect ships under coaslriK'ttan In Canadian ship- yards have been laktn by order-in- council Isucd on (he retojumeiidation of tho minister of marine aud tiah- erlcs." Tho order-lu-councll provides (liat It shall uoi Le lawful for any owner ol a ship, ships agent. ship jrokcr who Is not a. Natural born Msli subject to enter or bt1 upon any ship building without the permis- sion lh wrlilne of the minister of marine and ?f any such persons contravenes tills regulation lio shall bo liable, summary con- FAVORABLE OPINION. Winnipeg, Sepl. Winnipeg Buy a editorially of the bill: "Tho bill is not bzs- cd upon any permanent principles In dealing with DJC rJglii to'vole, Auto- matically tbo act will go out of opera- tion at ihe conclusion of the war. "Deprivation vl iho right to vote carries with it coemption from the need to fight, and similarly when, a man Is 1101 asked to Jighl, Ibero Js an immediate reason given why he should not bo allowed lo vote. 'The bill Ju dealing vlih llie right overseas soldiers docs not (he question ol femaTo sulfrago. So far as thai aide's ihe Domlnlou parlla- menl. H is IcH for teltlemenl In tfuiQ of poaee. The 1JJ1L however, leaves very lillla doubt of how LI will be settled when tho lime comes lor per mane tit legislation." COMPLETE "We're going to have the most com- plete summer collage ever known." "Thai so? All modern conveniences I presume." "Yes, We're even going to have In- to vote lo Lhc nearest female kin ol dividual butter plates." viction, to a not (500 of to Imprisonment tcini not cicecdiug els mouths, fur any By an ordcr-ln-councll cf Ihe pro- vincial government uf August 15. the feea required by Iho Public UtlUtlcs acl liavc Liicn greally reduced. A schedule of fees has been drawn up vhjch will govern lees m liic case of he Issue of debentures or stock, be- ginning nl for the first 5500 and up to JJOD Tor After ho first 51QO.QQD the fee will be or oacli additional 5100.000 or frac- lon [hereof. munitions but cheese and ulber "Would the minister tell us what Is being done with regard to -uco asked Mr. Oliver. I am coming to said Sir Thomas White.' "Hitherto Canadian bacon tins been Bolng forward, but It ha9 been brought to my attention now that Grent Dritaln will need some as sistancc In the matter of bacon also And nobody knows better than my honorable friend Important that is to the fanner." Stnco (he outbreak of the war, minister saiil, CmmJa. litd" adTar.c lone hundred million dollars more to Great Britain than country hat advanced to -GETS IS YEARS Amsterdam, Sept. to a Vienna press dispatch, Kmperor Charles has commuted to eighteen years' penal servitude Iho death sen lonce ot Dr, Frcderlch Adler assassination-of Premier Slucrgkh a. Vienna last October, What the Press Say ATSTARLAND The clever Morosco'slars, Kalhlrn and House Peters, will be ;ecn at Slarlami Monday and Tucsrtay IL a ufcturizallon of AV'iliarrt hrlllfng slory, "The Highway o[ which vas especially prepareil or the screen Gales. Kathlyn "Williams flrmly established icrsclf as one of the leading cmotlon- il aclresses ol the screen by her won- derful performance In "Out of the A'reck" and also in "The Cost of Hal- red." These successes placed her in niche all Lor own and, ivilli House 'olers, an alliance most pleasing to Paramount patrons has heun formed. Kathlyn AVIHiains as Lonely Lou, Ihe drudge of town, later I formed into a wealthy mine owner, Itresonls a remarkable charnctcriza' lion. In her first, appearanco on Ihe screen in this production she is attn industriously scrubbing a flight ol steps with, soap- and -water. -Later when sue has mnie her fortune, she has a splendid opportunity, to dlsplaj number of beautiful eo A THRIFTY SUITOR am a poor matt, you know. IVQ arc married I can learn to cook, dear. you better practice while your father is supplying trie raw materials? AT THE MAJESTIC "A panoramic historical pageanir1 aplly describes tbe maeniiiceni iilios "The Independence ol Belgium" which were shown at Majestic last night ct 7.00 and p.m. for'tlie last times. '_..'.'. .Tbe story nntoldcrt in the films re- reals, the most .important crenls in liir.ii hlslory durioR Ihe past cen- tury, being told with, wonderful hlE- Every Imporlant event from 1S30 to the present day is clevereiy pictured, the whole story culminating in icie declaration of irar In 1914. Some IntcrDsllng scenes of Uclginm In a slate ol warfare arc In- cluded In the slpry.' Tho films are' well worth seeing Tonight is the last night In Lelhbrldge. 11i FIFTH STREET NEAR HUDSON BAY CO. ns Sept. 12 ugn-class Cafe and Grill ___ i______.___'__'' Miss Pony Moore THE CLEVER ENTERTAINER BEEN EHGAGEO CABARKT AND DAXCIVG FREE v OPEN ALL DAY FROM B P.M. TO 12 p. M, 250th AT THE EMPRESS Annllier Lynn Bluebird will bq exhibited'at the-Empress for tonight only when; Myrtle Gonzalez, George Lcderer and Jack Curtis ivlfl Jead a selected company of jiholoplayers through the exciting details ol "The Greater The Inspiration for Ihe screen drama was Furnished by CTias. J. Wilson, Jr.'s slory, "The Code of the and the scenes wcro photographed in" mld-wlntcr, hlgli amonfi the Sierras, near Tnickee, Cal. Mr. Reynolds has given Bluebird some of Its most beautiful not- ably "God's photographed In the Granil Canyon ol Arizona: "The End.of Ibe "The Secret of the- "Southern Justice" and a-half 'dozen olheis. ,H Is Ihereforo reasonable lo be assured ID advance Lhat "The Grcalcr Law" will'be pic- torially attractive and veil acted. AT.THE ORFHEUM Tho'A'cLlTlHes of the laid Inea MH- JiolJaird Bois.scraln In behalf of Ihp irorhlng peoplo are suggested In thc- rolc Jladatne Tetrova plays tin- Metro production, which will be sften al Iho Orpheum to- nifiliL The srlrll of rclorm ar.i- of firs. Bolssoraln was the SQUID ihat ftcluntc.i Mary O'Brlnji I'elrova) In her Tvoyk hi bs- IiSlf.of tno factory pWs wlili whc-m Tale throws her Into Afler JJftry O'Hrhn's rlso lo povrcr hccausc ot her Rcllvitieg In r.( (ho ivorhlnRB'oman, sho Is a.raln fa'itri Into hum! by fato, anil ro3nil jplcnses and surprises and sccroa. fll- llns ns 3 reward for her efforts, TJio character of Ihe nan (o Tfhoni harl Riven her love 'and Irast maliw for a wnolwome solution of a proWcm that (a often roadc unpleasant.-because of the lack nt arllaMc hnnlns- WE SAVE YOU MOMEY" FOR rOUOSELF A FAMILY HENNEStYA WILSON NGRTH Lt TMJtRlUCiL Leo. M. Coombes TEACHER OF Voice, Piano and Harmony Lethbridge Conservatory of Music STUDIO, ROOM 1, PHONE 765 In order to secure satisfactory periods early arransemenU will be necessary. YOD Can Select Here A monument all complete ex- cept for the lettering. There are it virjoui ilzee and All execulfld by ikflled workmen. They Were made when no ifwclal orders were on hand -and they cost less than made specially- to ordtr. Lethbridf e Monumental and Cut Stone R. Prop, 8th 9treet 9, Would You Like to Earn or Daily the Year Round at Home The Hosiery Trade IE Boom- Ing, and the Demand far Ex- ceeds the Supply. Wt Gladly Take Alt the Goods You Can Us. We must have more workers at hefp us keep pace with the demand. The Aula Knitter Is sent an favorable terms to persons, and we furnlih full instruction! how to knit sox, etc., alia all yarn needed. The work Is simple and easily learned; the Auto Knitter ii a high- speed machine, and works by turning a handle. Our fixed rates of pay guarantee you a steady Income the year round, no mailer where you live, but. our worXerm often largely Increase this by working for private customers. Working either whole or iparc tlrne, thli pleasant employment hjs brought prosperity to many wo-kers [n their own homes, and should do the same for you. Write today, enclosing 3c in stamps for full particulars, rates of pay, etc., and. tee what you and your family can now earn at home. Auto-Knitter Hosiery (Canada) Co, limited 79A. 257 COLLEGE STREET, TORONTO. Have You Raw Land? Here's ;m Opportunity to llsivc It Produce Without Your Attention. There are, In Soulhern Albcria, 1 many of land now lylug idle. which should be pi-ortuclnE in lliesc trying limes of food shortage and IriEh prices. Jlucli of this land Is oivned by non-residents who would be only too glad to have It produc- ing were It not for the fact that they are unable to Rive it pcrspnal attention and have no one properly riualliicil lo look after It for them, secure, tenants, collect rcnlals, look after land payments, taxes, lu- Burance. etc. I UDI enilcavorlng to meet this 'demand, and offer my services in this capacity. Having leased my own lands for a term ot years I am prepared to devote practically my enUre lime lo this work-anil believe that my eleven years ot actual Tanning experience in tbe C'oalaalo District .wJH enable me to produce satisfactory results. Banking and other references fur- nished. It you have friemls at a distance owning land In Southern Albcrla, please pass this notice along. Would also be glad to hear from tenants desiring farms for next year or a term of years. 1 W. H. Pawson, Jun. ROOM 11. STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBRIDQE Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped ts handle fclndi of en either fleam trtetory. Only Jilgh class wcrk leivei our and we wilt quota yftu prices that are right NIVEN, BROS. Pint Avc- S. 1712 MAJESTIC LAST TIMES TONIGHT 730 and 9.00 The Magnificent Hlltorlc "The Independence flfitelginni' 7hc original and genuine treat- ment for dlyeaici 6t wamen anJ nervous carrplalnti. Sir.d for free copy of "Xlnlverwl Culde lo and a trill bcx MRS. WM. FRANCIS, CO. Mfl.' H. B. Wilton, 102 SI. Calgary LAST TltfES TONIGHT GEOliGE BEBAN IN "THE MAKCELLINI MILLIONS" KATHLYN WILLIAMS. AND HOUSED PETERS "THE'HIGH WAY; OF HOPE" A PtnnmiM feature, FORD STERLING In 2-Knl AS THE sccntT Iff OLGAPETROVA -ABRIDGES BURNED" cfopter of Ptirpte ;