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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SKP'rEMBEK 12. 1917 TIIE PACE FIN'S Fred-rick Villleri, Ihe famou forrcsiKKiJcul. liall. Seiil. 21sl. ur.der the auspices of Iho llciil Cross. When Lord Charles neresforil took his little vessel "The'Condor" Info ac- tion at tlie bombardment o[ Alexan- dria, l-rcdcrlc Vllllers. Hie famous war was on board. Mr. Vllllm teen more nihtliiK on bud mail an> other man Tiul his "f board "The Condor" In all list bo has had ot the kind. The Irlcmlshlp grew up between lilm and Ibo bow commander of (lie vessel Bllll contin- ues- Indued. Mr. Vlllle" counts num- erous frleuds among (ho meu who arc responsible Tor Ilie leading of our PB Ing men usliore and afloat. A man with an retentive memory, Mr. Ml- lerfhas iloto to draw from; and Iho SSLU further mrlchrf hi. -I Incidents and BCCIIM nuver "ccHed in Imoresl and romantic cnlur. hear Mr. Vllllera lu Weslry Hall on Sew listening K> a "S career U -without p.r.rllol amongst Kuellslimcn ot today. Govt. Had a Majority of Eight on Vote Boulton's Auto Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto Livery 7.PASSENGER SERVICE Palzce riioncs: Night- DISCUSS SITUATION Stockholm, Sept. American ministel here Ihli ternoon at the request of Forel Minister Llndman and Inc. minu- ter! conversed 1ar an hour re- garding the tr.nimlMlon of Geirnan cipher telenram! by the Swedish minister at Bueno. Aires. Ollawa. Sept. IS.-ror.slderaUon ol tho war time elections ac-l was resum- ed In commlllee ol Iho commons lh s otternooii. under ihe closure rule. Sir Itoberl Uoruen said ho would not uiove closure and would allow today, ihuri- dav and Friday tor consideration m commitlee. provided Ihe leader of the opposition would five an assurance that Ihe hill would recelvo a third reading on Sllurday. Sir Wilfrid l.aurler said he coulc nol undertake to guaraulee a third readme by the end of Ihe week Thereupon the closure rule waa cd aud the bill will he taken out 0 commlllco lonlBln but probably no belorc a.m. when Ihe dlscuislon mus automatically c-ease. Under c-losur the Ihlrd reading should he reuhe by 2 o'clock on Saturday morning the house met Sir Robert Uo den at once moved lhat the orders o the day be called. Sir l.aurler said that there were a law questions and notices ot motion which uilshl he disposed of without any serious loss o! lime. rs should he. excluded from the Iran- ilsc. Men In Naval Service Hon Mr. Hoien said wnrp J, 83 men employed In liio Canadian 111 al forces 1.202 of whom wore over A number ot others employed un he cruiser Nlobe. aud on mine swup ers and. patrol boats c-ioploycd prolcct- QK Ihe of I'una.l-d. The loul.le relatives of Ihese mcu would be en- by the bill, bin not Ihe re- lllvcs ol those working on patrol boast engaged In the protection of naileries number of iiu-u were cm ployed by the naval department on th, and It might he possible to a dlsllnctlon belwien ihein and the men actually on board ship. lion Arthur Mclghen siaied lhat as long as the men were tngaKC., In aciu- al service and were not actually In 11 o Dominion their female roUllvei would bo given the vote. Mr Melghen went on to answer the uuesllon asked by opposition members vcstcrday as lo whether the war line THE 4 NOTICE OTT'S AUTO LIVERY DBy Phone 1540 Nlohl Phone 737 The. Clly Council have passed the following reiolutlou: That Uio assessor and treasurer he nl are hereby aulhorlMd on the ad- Solicitor in.eUerun- der date of September 7, 131'. to nc- 2e ,1 current allowing the pre- vailing discounts at they Ume of nenUrr.Bi-ecllvo of hack (he distinct understanding that tnc O In no way relieve "j ilLlllty In connection with -laics In arrears. FAWJTTAN'DS OI the Hudaon'B BsT.CompiKT calearr Edmonton.Lm1 Co. FOR SALE The II. Macbeth Agency lers. aud withdrew his mollc Irld agreeing thai nothing lUghl up. Opening' Open the sealed end with your linger naii would DuMng 'ciuesiion lime lion. Arthur Meichen. solicitor General, answered a couple of questions on the order pap- er. standing In tlic name ot XT. tor-. Lkr He It at Colonel ILc Her. Fatiier Ilurke hao not been either to WashlllKton or to Cuba on special m s- slons of the Bovcrnmeni. lie cip lam- ed that' Father nurie Is at present on cr, UIBI rainvi leave and receives the pay ot hla questions disposed of. Ihe house was moved Into commitlee on the ttnr Time Elections Acl. mr Wilfrid Lauricr said he hail no- would apply to bye elections, although the mllllary voters' ail pass- cd some time ago. was not aplicalle urged lhat IB there should bo a Judicial revision of the lists before the election Instead of after. Ill tha rural l.olb lucre was nc- need he said, lor a revision at all. Mr -Melghen-aErecul lhat (here was little' possibility ol plugging or dls ..____'i tlni-lclnn In I'll IPS. Ill fVan-c-hTsemeril. Uevlslon In citieshe said, was necessary and judlda ml- slon after the election would bo an enormous protection lo the electorate Dishonest scrutineers, he said, would anything wrong when that Ihclr acts DRAY1NG Phonei 1345 or 1356 Turner Witchell at Kennedy'. 413 13th SL Coaie.O.P. lipen creator, tie 5uE6L-Lt" ol llioso tribunals should be tabled in "'slr'flo'herTBordeii said he couhj see posed to confer with the minister of tasllco. in regard to II. The iirlmc minister's motion for clo- sure was opposed by.Ihe opposition and a division was called tor. rc-sullcd in Its being carried by a ma- jority of eight, 43 members supporting H, while 35 opposed It. V K MacLean thought that the fe- male relatives of all Canadian naval men who aro working In Canadian wn t" to Judicial review at an MMr "jfe'lEhen announced that It ha been decided to have Ihe lists posted for fifteen Instead of twelve days be- "orc the election. Mr Melghen accepted a suggests miila by Mr. McCraney lhat Die canil dales should he supplied with lists. F B Carvell declared that Ihe enu merntors who will prepare Ihe llsls New Brunswick would be the vor partisan. It Ihe lists were made up b Ihc municipalities they would posse the DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Pacific Cartage Co. j. D. D- Phone !WO Wheat Belt Hotel NEW DAYTON Reopened IJnrtcr.New Management CLEAN, AIRY'ROOMS BEST AND CHEAPEST WEALS IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY. PORTER MEETS ALL TRAINS GUESTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF PROPRIETOR H. L. HEILIER, PROP. DRAYING O! All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Washington, Sept. 12. Drafling of all aliens in the United States except Germans, others exempt by treaty, and those of countries allied with Germany, who have resided In v this country one year, Is pro- posed In a joint; resolution 10- day by the "senate and sent lo Iho house. It is estimated that more lha'n one million aliens would he articled: Under Ihe, resolution by Senator Chamberlain or Ore- gon, chairman of tho senate mllllary committee, subjects of all of tho allies of neutrals claiming treaty exemption, would be alloived lo leave the P. H. Freight Push on the other end to make the sticks project Pull out the others bach in WRiGUEY] DOUBLEMINT -V Unwrap the double cover and see how surpassingly full- flavoured and delicious it is I i country within ninety days. Do Much Damager [o Hun Mili- tary in Ixmdon, Sept- eiten- slve bombing raids have, been carried cut. by ,the British naval- .jr. sen jce on 'varkras- clnally In Hol- Slum. in the conrso oJ rfMcl, succeBs- lul ensigemcnis were fonghl with hostlle.'machines. The olllclal an- nouncement of those.vald3 reada: "In the last 2-1 hours many (light patrols have tto.u carried out by the mvBl nlr serrice. I0nc ot tljjso ualrols engaged ..two enemy spotting machines, one belne shot and (he machine crashinE fnlo the sea and thejither Undine almost mtact n our lines. The rllot and ohseryuf of the latter machine were made pris- oners Two olhar enemy macnines were aUactal anil driven down dur- ing the sweep by uur, machines In conjunction with a. bombing raid mnt tered THREE KINDS Made in Canada The original >nd genuine treat- ment'for chronic women and nervous ccmplamls- Send for free copy of "Universal .Guldt to and a. trial box MR6. WH.-FRANCIS; to. H. B. Wllion, 102 1st St. W., Winnipeg, Sept. IZ.-The North- west Cialn Dealers' Association esti- mates the Mnhlloba, Saakalchewnn nd Albcrta'crop for 19H, as follows: c'rcE at S bushels per acre, bushels. ._m FIFTH STREET 8., NEAR HUDSON BAY CO. The Flavour Chew it after every meal! conuncon w enemy machine, .wero encountered, ave d Albcrtacrop or Wheat. acres nt 1-..9 Inish, "JK Is per acre, 205.C20.000 bushels; Out-, enemy macne, flye o( whlcl Relieved to have bcoll down out of control. ]0 wcro maclc NOTICE High-class Cafe and Grill Notice Is hereby given lhat (he Vot crs' Llsl for the City ot Lelhhrldge and school district for 1917-18 Is now poaled at llif. following places, In llio city, viz.-. Tho Clly Clerk's 7lh St. South. The City Assessor's 1th Street South. The I-abor 7lh Slreot Soulh. The City Car Darn6-6lh Slreel S. A. Williamson's 13tn St J. risko's Applications for amendment to lh said list must be marls lo Ihe Cit ClerV, on or before' tho o UCThlBr'volers' does not Includ lenanUi, anil claim lo Tpte a tenants mutt mike on lh form provided. Forma arc provided for this purpos whero Ihe above mentioned Hal! ar A, DUFF, Arl 0. c'ly w on St. Denis-Wcstrem air- Gonirnnr. airdrome, the it, rallwny "During yesterday afternoon, bombing raid was made on netho'ek the Thouront airdrome and ho Enfla ammunition dump. At Frmra'pclhock bombs ciplodcd among :he-hangars causing much damage and at Thouroul a dlnicl hit was ob nerved; 'At Englc a large [Ire result ed Our homblng was al tacked by enemy machines aud one ot Ihe attackers was brought down out, ol control. Many tons of oxplos Ivea wcro dropped In these raids "From nil these operations all lh machines nnd pilols returned safely. CABAKBTAN.D! OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 12 P.M. EX-6EROT. THE OVERSEAS' PROP. ORPHCUM-COMING THE BARRIER." Bigger Melbourne, Sept. Reu- Otttwa.Aoencyl-lt It un- dentood that the Imperial gov- ernment has iMlrchiKd the Aui: irillin of butttr, eitimai- ed at ten thouiand '.oni. MANY PRISONERS. Berlin, Sept. It-Hui.lan prison- era hy Ihe Germans In Ihe baltfe bt Riga numbered S.5CO accord- Int lo the official nnmrancemeni 'i- nued today by tha German general The also took 325 cannon.______ IS IN THE STATES. An Atlantic Port, Sept. HlaM VlacBurrl Re.dlna, chM Qre.t BrJUla It by Re "The Barrier" which comes lo Ihe rphcum n week from arks'n new epoch and sols a new ahdard. if la tt'plcluro for all types, all 11 classes ol people. H gives Ihe con- firmed "movie inn." a. new id'a.of lh-. biilblll't'iei ot motion pictures ll noves. thrills and fascinates or whom Ihe flrdlnary picture has no ppeal. Such scenes .as "The Barrier" de- picts have never been seen In turn dramas.' They'.arc unique In con- in sctllnx, ,n action In elart- Ing reallBm, Intense, nbsorblos hum- an Interest. The love Glory Is one of unusual beauty and charm, gripping your heart is.r.o olhcr story ever did, flip, dramatic moments follow one another breathlessly. Daring, be seen rrom lie lenglli ot the shadows, for. nl the present prices of all foods; f so many dollars' worlh of.nilt probably have caused a K lie. populace of Hollywood hail reen t. out, or he pitches over hlfi head. Or, -while In Ihe a r he-Jumps his body op round and rolls from side to side with In. mo.tMr- -sea-sicky' motion, might' haug on If yon could grip of the saddle like death ma and with your Tree von TO. scratching your mounU r.ha Al the time you an 1U3 Srs with your sombrero wi li ono and and with Ihe other gripping tho chVyou try to hold his head up. "I was pretty well discouraged by ny scml-aeronaullcal broncho busting attempts, until a cowpuncher came alone and took me In haftd. AT STARBAND "Although my lalher was a New lampshlre man ami my mother o Vr- rcccally said Douglas Fair sanks, who is playing tho Starlina Ihcatro In "Wild an.1 Wool y.'his sec ond Artcraft producllon, "whero rid Ing Is aecniHed as o matter of course 1 was born in Colorado. had neve ridden one ot Ihose wonderful freat lona of Ibe devil known BS n broncho' nnlll I started work In Wl and Woolly.' To slick to one o creatures, one mnsl be cpmblna !on 0[ bareback rider, freight brakeman and lots ol others Ihliga. ,0 unexpected and multifnr on, are his motions, "e can move In- more aeule nnfiles than nay olher beasl In TON10HT AND TOMORROW ARTCHAFT PICTURES PreKnl DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Official Oloom of Molisn Pldur: World, In "WILD AND ____WOOLLY" A Lauah Thrill In Every Ynrd jf Film. LONESOME LUKE In _ "LUKE'S Mat. 20c, 10c. Evening 2Se, 1Se Ago ou half or Ihrec feel Inlo Ihe nnd a or U en land stltf-legeed, and .yon must o y 11 Ihe Jolt. When ho lumpa, he II Ihrow Ie o. his head hack, and knock you OTer.tao hs ea a, other end ol hlmsolf II you don't look HEUM Ghas. Chaplin in ;