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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta sE VIIE LETimnmnE DAH.T PAGE FIVE Dr. Neely Stands By Statement That Sifton Opposed Consciip'n readlu of tfau IVar Time Elections Act was not moved when the house met because tlio reprinted Mil had not distrib- uted. Other business wan taken up tltlrd reading will le jnavccl later lu day In order ibat jiollca ut clo- sure may lw> ftlvou before Louso tonight. Tho house went In to coaimJileo (o consider an amend- lucnt to Iho Drydocks Act rciolutlgn which.provides Tor an Increased inea- uiu of government aislsUuce tJ couiuanloo who jJftjjwao to construct Crydoi-kE, subsidy provides for kii Increase ID subsidy on firs I dryilocks to per cent, of the isosL uf the to Increase lho width or (IryUockBTrom 110 to 125 tect mid the dcjilh qf" water on the sills from 37 to 38 feet-. The- change In. Hiu fclzc of fliBi class dryJochs. HOD. J. llotd fiplatncil, was made at tho ru ijuest of ibe UrltUh admiralty. In Senate OHawn, Sept- Military Vot- ers' Lilt wan Ibe commit- tee stage of tho senate thla morulug mid stimts for third reading. Several niuendineuls were made by tho tov- 1 ernuicut. cliJofly of an explanatory na- ture, which alii not Interfere wllh Iho Ijr'iivfple of (iio bill. Henctor Chbcjuettc resumed Hie Qls- cusstcn of tlie notice of Senator Law- dry respecting the euparnic school ilif- flculty in Ottar.'a. Ho declared (lint the nulhorltlos of the province of On larfo sliov.eil dlsregnn] for the law os Iiilerpreled by tho privy council; ind bad put the separate school a of Ottawa Into lUmcultlea by their action respect- Wheat Belt Hotel NEW DAYTON Iteopcned Under New ''Management r.ccr.'.2 BEST AND CHEAPEST MEALS IN. THE SOUTH COUNTRY. PORTER MEETS ALL TRAINS GUESTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF PROPRIETOR H.; L." HEILIER, PROP. ,tg the floaDcea of tho schols. Tlio ejidcficy of Ihu Ontario nulJiOTlllcs to disregard laws tlitil Old not meet their was illustrated bjr a telegram Mayor Cburcli of Toronto had ijdrossed lu the railway coiuniUtea uf ihe senate lliat Ihp till amend ing Oie railway act, whkli hart been passed by ilie commons mid was before the'sen- ile, would Lc disregarded II U extend- ed the franchise or tho street railway ol Toronto. Tlio so ha to adjourned until Friday Clears Col. Currk Genera) Sir 5am Hughes rose lo a Uucslloti o( privilege. Ho drew ilon lo some reuiarJis oiada In the house laU by U. D. South Cape Breton, regardlug Coloifr! John Currlc, of East Simcoe. Mr. Mac kenzle had declared that Col. Currte liad been found up to his neck In n dugout when he should have been lead men. The story did not eoncein Col, John Currlo at all. General Hughes at thts point was called, to or- der, lie ihcn referred lo the state- ment made liy }Ir. Mackenzie to lho oCTctl thai he. Uen. Hughes, had de- Toronto, Sept, special calle by Douglas Hgbcrlson lo lho Toronto slesrau! from London Bays: dramatic episode occurred vrht-n four officers and thlrly-four non- LIR and meti reported to Canadian idcjirjrtcrs iti London, yesterday and were greeted by their comrades nnd shook hands with General Turner nfler ihelr long captivity In Genuaay Tiiis was the first batch of Canadian? exchanged from Switzerland under Iht1 terms of Lhc new agreement. health of Iho men Is generally good." cUiied to give promotion lo Col. Cur- ._., rle because ho was not entitled lo II. LICENSE DEPI. WJunlpcg, Scjil. Ftiortage ea- nialuil lo Ic 15.000 JEirov- ored In tlic accounts ot Ihc clly license ROYAL ill AKES Some women hold 4o the idea that bread-mak- ing is a long and difficult operation, but this is a miiUtc, for wilh Yeast Cakes, light, sweet bread can be made in a few houxs with but little fijtl tJ iwJ rUi-ilj vtitlta 4cd Tibbie Kilt Lock cuiltd E.W.CILLETTCO.LTD. Ccn. Hughes slated that lie had. recom- mended Col. C-urrle for a IK made. by the amlltora who arc ai present making an audit and EUP- vcy of the city's hooks. Tho matter cralshlp. bul ihat owing to ilie ruuion waB reported Lo Ihe mayor, who hid whfcli were going around he hatl de- clclej lo hold flic recommendation up I pnrtmcnt, suspended while an Inves until ho had proven lliese rumorril groundless. The had ill en gone Ihiough. So far as having given liltii honor for his splendid ser- vices at SI. Julien, General Hughes de- clared that TWis something lie bad nothing lo do-wHh. Or. Neely Standi It Dr. Xcely, of Humboldl also rose lo n question of privilege. On Saturday last he iiad made a state 03 en I at Chat- ham about a more or less tiromfueiit public loaiifWho was once In this house. On look ing at the Toronto Slar be found that Sir Clifford SlUon hnd as puTitufy as posaihlo given lho lie and directly contra- dieted it. The statement wlilcli Dr. Xecly had made was that on Juno S last Sir EIKon hail called him into his office nnd pronounced himself us against pun fug Inlo effect cnnEL-rJiJ- tlon In Canada at the prcEBDl time. In Jiis denial of Nt-ely's slaiemeiit, .Sir Clifford ID the Toronto Star represent- ed Jiiio.seir, a.1 having told Dr. Neely thai lho conscriptlonist' Liberals could Boulton's Auto Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY IN THE "LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: Drty WiS -Niglit- OTT'S AUTO LIVEUY Day Phone 1640 Night Phone 7B7 DRAYING Phonel 1345 or 1356 Turner Witchell 3iricc >t Kenngdy'i 410 1ilh CoalC.O.D. not follow Sir Wilfrid Lauricr and must repudiate his stand ami the government. "I made my salil Dr. I Neely, "outside ol tlifs bouse as a pub- lic man BO llial I should not liave thft! protection of parliament. My slate- moil is suppovled by the member for i Norfolk, trie member for Quebec and I the member for'Richmond and Wolfe (Messrs. Charllun, Power arid Instead ot advising me to orgmnfze cUiiscriplioniF.ts agalnsL Sir "Wilfrid Lauficr, ho tuCd me to gel them togeth- cr and'seb If there was not eomo com- i mon ground on they could aun- port tbe stand of Sir Wilfrid." JJr_ N'cely went on lo (hat Mr. 1'owcr hnd declared under "his own iramc (hat Sir Clifford had. asked him lo give an interview', lo Ilie editor of luc Manitoba free Press., Dr. Neely explained tliat he made his statements because or the fact thai this gentleman (Blr Clifford "Sifton) through 'the me- fliun of Hie paper he owned In Winni- peg for weeks back had making roisreiH-esentallons. Pr. Neely vns.Iinrc callefl to order ami told lo confine himself to the question of iirlvllcee. He continued by saylnp thnt there rema'rkoble fltlnilsstnit in the tlenlaTof his slate-1 ratnt made liy.Slf CHRord Slflon..Sir Cllfionl lind declared that in cornmon with many he recognized the difficul- ty and the desirability of getting tba recruits by the voluntary system If po53llile. "So out of Ihc mouth o[ my i detractor" conclnderi ,Dr. Neely, "ray own truthfulness Is (Crie3 of "Oh, from Consfirrative ;mcm- I Mr. Botran Hrikcd the minister'ot finance when ha would bo prepared la 1 give n statement, lo tbe public wllh regard lo the ncw.Canadlan war loan. Sir Thomas Wh'lui no statement to make thle mutter at present. The loan would probably floated fn thd month of November. Mr. Carvcll again >sked If the gov- crnrnenl to" put potatoes on ihe free list. Sir Thomas White 5Aid It wag a Iff mat'er. tf any action was taken It wouM be announced by the go' nient In due course. Mr, Car veil a_jter tlmt potatoes as well zs could he put on free Mat by order In council. The house Ihen went Into committee of supply nn the customs estimates. SopL Clifford Slt- lon made (o Can ad Jan Press, Limited, today a further cmphallc denial of statements thai he hart expressed views In favor of anti-conscription. Sir UUffonl referred particularly to an al legcd declaration by E. ToliSn, M. P., that Sir Clifford had said lo Mm: "Tobln, the old man (Sir Wilfrid Laurler) Is right and we'll beat tbe beggars." ".Mr. Tallin's Sir Clifford said, "Is allogelher inaccurate and mis- ________ ________ leading. What was this: 11 off the north coast of met him in the rotunda of Chateau jrctaDd. Laurler du a day when there if as a groat'dcal of political excitement. 1 said jestingly: 'How arc you, TobSn? -I- Aru you like Ihc rest, trying tc beat the other He made some re- mnrk reply, wblch, owing to my An Atlantic Port. Sept. band reports of HIP slnklDR llirce riontha ago ofthc Lcyland Liner Devonian, wllh the IOSR o! lour lives, were brought here today uy surviv- ors, who were picked up soon alter Ihe ship went down- Kariicr dlspal- chca to the elate department from London a {Ltd all of the crew were Ear- ed. Accordlnp to American i horse- tenders, an American whose namu Ihcy know, a Urltlah gunner, Ihe chip's carpenter nml Ills assistant vrero killed when a torpedo fired by Ihc U-boat caught the Devonian ainltl- shlp anrt sent her to the bottom forty minutes later. Several submarines, the survivors said, suddenly appeared on Ihe sur- face and began an attack on a licet of merchantmen, sinking Ihe Devonian and four other steamers. The vessels v.'Crc belue convoyed through lUe submarine zone and encountered the BAYS Al HE The Hoard of Trc'le has loarne.l that, ES a result ul its to Hon.'Dr. fiocbe, train di-lays at Coulls have been oveuomc. Consul-j rjg Ihe fact lliat I20'i farm LiLurtrs hire entered at the of (.'outis j Bloce harvcsi slarU'il tlic delays at first were nalurjl. TUP Ijrgo influx of laborers from Washing- lon points has resulted in providing a Hoe supply at Southirn AHirria There la no dearth of threshing labor and thai operation will bo uu-r much earlier thid fall than usual. This will allow a great deal of stubble ploughing- bo done. Tall ploughing has already started aionjj the Foremost branch fallowing the recent heavy rain. What the Press Agents Say ATTHEORWIEUM The Englleh nurse In IlruEse-h lios- Iiilal refused lo leave lier natlerila llrussels was captured by llio (Icruians. She stayed lo iiurie woundca anil toes alike. Hut she couldn'i resist the ap- peal to help her friends escape to betrayed her. "I give my life willingly (or. my country. 1 have no feit or shrinking. 1 Lave I seen death so often It Is not strange to was her last message. See the pictures at the Orpheum Monday. deafness, I did not hear. I made no remark and passed on. "I did not discuss conscription or nny similar subject with Mr. VTobin then ,or at any time. I aitnch no Im- portance to the statement ihnl some- body else was wtth Mr. Tobin and heard wbfti was said. He might or j mlgaL not liaye heard nj.j t said. The facts are as above. a ;Wlth respect 10 Mr. Power, I doubt 1 nf trlbuted to him but If anything ap> peara from him (hat is authentic I may liave something to sdy i oft L heUs-een Lady of Lnkc fehurch. Ford City ITon'i over'the' appoiiil Rev. Father Laurcndeau .is rcBpeci 10 MT. rower, i nnuui -_--- A. ST. suternent whteh te .h. saicst fl vc men alleged to llave litcn AT THE EMPRESS Santa Cruz Islands were selected y Director Klmer Clifton for most of the scenes in llio llultcrlly picture oiflQ ol slamng Jack liall, ivlille cornea lo the Impress theatre lonlfihl Ihe laal time. The whole comimny was trnsuorled !o Die islanrls. where tlicy remained tor' manr days working out the story, wJth hacIicroundB of sojue of ilie most beautiful scenery In America. Won-t rierfol pictures of surf hreaVtng on rocky shore were securedj >vullc some new silhouette effects were tried, ivlth the 6ca for a background, and the. figures In Violent action against 11. The action Is never delay- I cd Tor llin Rake o[ pretty scenic ef- fects, vrhicu is so often the case in picture staged In lovely natural sur- I Mr. Clillon never loses sight ot the fact that his story Is Ills first considerallon, and the lovely settings arc .merely incidental to it. Ilillle liitchie In comedy and the Latest Weekly. Lifebuoy for the "Counter-attack" All day long he's been slanding Ihc attacks of dirt, dusl, grims, germs end microbes. Now lor (he counter-attack. Lifebuoy (o (he front! Its rich, creamy lather for skin, shampoo and bath- er Tor socks, shirts, handkerchiefs, etc., short ivork oi (he enemy." HEALTH isjiipre than soap, finest of all soaps though it is. Lifebuoy has splendid antiseptic and gerniicidal power as well its mission is to clean and purify. Send your soldier a package of Lifebuoy. He'll appreciate it. LEVER BROTHERS UMITEB TORONTO1 tlon with tills arrangement the ever- happy Douglas said: "There are two :nds of jnotion picture the species (fiat affects the costume of the Tor commercial reasons and those inat were really lorn and raised on Ihe ranch. Burns was foreman of Colonel Codys XVyonifng Ranch for seven years. lie Is ot the' iirsl lam- ily horn on the lower secllon -of tho Yellowfilonc Iliver, where now stands the town of Allies, Montana, and PRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO. MOVING Pacific Cartage Co. J. D. D, FerguMn Phone -sponslble for libellous 'statements ide ngainst his lordship. .Tin men Jannlsse, Emilo La- wniie, Joseph lleaume, Adolphe Henu- oieil Reauine, all of Forrl Ity and ot" the parish ol iur Lady ot the lake Church. JIcKil- nu.; -7- or Uishon Fallon, wrulc lu Ihe five len Hating them to.retract the stalo- lent. made. No ropliea were recelvetl, owercr, and the htshop Forced o resort to the AUSTRALIANS ON HOSPITAL SHIP IN THE PANAMA CANAL Australian troopa wounded ao'Eerer ly as lo Incapacitate Ihcm Cor forthe are UVcn homo on the S. S. Marama. The photo nhoifi (hi slilp pteslnfi lliroUEh the Pmnuna CHttnl on the way from the European baUlollcMs for New Zetland. Severe Punishment for Those Who Fail to Report DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P, R. frtlfhl Office 11M Stiff. tf 10M .1 Toronto, Sept. will he no jnll lerms for .the men wno neglect to report for examination for service Mio, Military Service Act, AC- cordtnp to Information from'a gov- ernmont oflic.lal on the staff of the Ontario registrar, Olrn Osier. Instead Ibo'O'Kho Ignore tne fortlicomrng proclnmntlon dnd.are will be tried anil sentenced to the bcit anil hardest labor tlicy cin do for IhlB Moreover, It It itaM, If a man la found to be pKyilcilly fil, he will not merely bo plscfd In line vt-lth tne who answered lho call, bill will llkelr Allowed less time to train and Bent to Ihe Irenchee (nstgr thnn otherwise would .hare been tho Jusl wlist proccdnre will be em- ploxcd In erforclnf; the act IB A ftal- ler htlll under tlio consliisralloi tt gDVcrnniont cfllclRh hill ilia foltav Int' outline (a lalil'to be nctktvf which will be eniployed: Kvorf man who reports hlmselt for Bcrvkc or mnkea Rn application for exemption will tic (or when Ihc forms are printed nnd receive In return for his Bpplicjtion a counicr-applica (Ion, a counterfoil lo the effect tba lie has complied with the prorJs of- tho act. TKo posLmftsUr ot the town or clly In wlikh eiiclj application has been mnclo will bo Iho official In lasuo the ccnrterfoll creilcntiKl, npnllcatlon la niarto In pftraon the lal ler officials will Issue the countfi'rfrill TO CO-OPERATE. Wathington, Scfrt. of the RuMlin navy wtlh the Hilled fleets will dlvcumd by the navil fWfn Ruuli, pmented to gf the U. A. navy, (orfty, and headed by Khalk. It considered probntfe that the naval officer will fer with Admiral Takevhha it Ito AT STARLAND An ilem of srleclal note in Ihe in- itial Ddnglaa pic- ture, "In A'Eain." Is the of remnrhable typos in even the most unjiii.iortant parls. In tbe new ArJcraU Ihc FairLauks or- Eanization evidences this same, care willi result tliat varioua unusually realistic cbaraclnrs arc disclosed. In order lo'gci the lest available crinractcrs, tiie Arlcraft jiroduccr-nc- ior conjiuissldned Ed. Huros, ivcll cow-piincber, lo corral a rmm- "Wllil and Woolly, the new picture at J Slarlend tomorrow only. In conncc- APPLES DEAhER Kept. is slated lore that apples are to cost Vancouver :onaumers more this-year thna lasl. NELSON Fruit Fair September 19-20, 1917 SINGLE -FARE for the Round Trip TO NELSON, IS. C. Going Dates, September 17 to 20 Return Limit September 22 Travel via CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY "The World's Greatest Highway" R. DAWSON, Pasiengei1 Agent Alia. difference between the tho cenulne characters llic "THE BARRIER." Bigger and Better Than "The The and treat- ment' for chronic diaeisei of and ncrvoui eomplalriu. ttni for free copy of "Unlvewl Guide to am) Irl.l box MRS. WM. FRAriCtt, H. a. .Wilton, 102 frt at. W., WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON V'PftBEn SHOES ff 1. FAMILY HENNtStYiWILSQN rH LETMBRlOGE. Household Furniture at Public Auction FRANK WADDINGTON Sell at His Auction Rooms, S. 0, E. BWg. TENTH STREET SOUTH Friday Next, Sep. 14 AT 2.30 Single bed and 2 -4-focJ brass mounted and sprlngi; extra hetvy 4-lt, brasi mounted bed and springs; Buck's1 6- hols range; large oek framed inirror, 39x13; 2 upholstsrad Occasional table; 10-piete toilet sst; gentTa Cleveland; treadle sewing machine, perfect order; five carpet iquarw, hornltw-talking machine, mahogany cabinet, plays any record; cot and mattrcse; quantity cocoa mailing; 57-piece set And etc.; Cyclopaedia of Architecture, Building arid Car-. pentry, in :10 volumes. TE8M8 CASH PHONES NOTICE fld Ins ton adycrllsea gooils by Auction It means they are.aold absolutely to the highest, bidder and whether Ihc cortsign- nieiil Is fc largo one or a small one you car.not afforif io inls3 iheao uDreseTTed. auctions, Courtcoug Ircnlrr.unL and a square deal lo private buyers and dealers alike. Frank Waddingion Sells on Owner's Premisfs If Derlred, Book His NOW. ftRPHEU TONIGHT Prices 15c Chas. Chaplin In Hit Latert Review "AMBITION" FOUR ACTS A' Bi% Scream. OTHER GOOD PICTURES. LAST TIMES DOIIGLAS FAIRBANKS. IN WILD AND WOOLLY A GREAT FEATURE. DONT ITj "Luke's Honeymoon" Two Rceli Fun. Admission 25c Ind 15c. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JESSE L. LASKY FANNIE WARD ,v IN A Thrilllno Drama of Exctllent Comedy Will be Shown. With Donna Drew. Spellbinding itwy of in Athletic young hero who a gang of opal thieves. Weekly. MEO Blllle Rilchle In L-KO Conwdf- HRPHEUM THE MARTYRDOM UNfiXT WEEKill NURSE KJ _ i I Orpheum, Next Week 17, Ifi, ONE OF THE SUPREME HUMAN TRAGEDIES OF THE HEART OF THE WORLD. y OHLY We KOR ADULTS. CHILWllM -i ;