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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta lIKRAI.v SUPTI'MW.K 11117 Fetr ran, the soldiers' and workmen's delegatci today. General Vcrkhovsky. miniate ol war, said Hussla yesterday receive foimal assurances from France an Great Urltaln that they would not coi elude a separate veacc to the dolr tucnt ol lluaala. The assurances sen by Kranco and Great IlL-ltaiD I response to reports which have, hce current In Russia lhal efforts were ui dcr way lo concluilo peace at the, ci pcnso of thai counlry. Michael Hod ilaulto, president ol tho duma. Bald I an nddrcsc in Moscow on Sunday ttin Iho Hermans hid such a plan on too ml connileiice that Russia allies would rejecl It. PAGE FIVE Member of American Commis- sion Kays Russia Suffers Too Much Modernism BouHon's Auto, Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS ,1N THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 i The Hudson Auto Livery 7.PAS3ENGER SERVICE Palace Confecllonery Thoiics: Stockholm. Sept, ZO.-Chirles R. Crane a member ot the American com- mission lo Hussla, who apenl two days In Stockholm en route from Potrosrad to Knpland iiuil Kranco, describes a-s colng llirough a lone period 01 trial and Inner chaos and to bo Buffer- ing Irom an overdose ol eiaEBerr-lea uiotlernisni In eoclallsi reform Ideas. Russia's many leaders, he declares, are groping bllnilly for egress from Ihc present troubles, uut arc Inspired Uy a sincere desire anJ Inloul to find a satisfactory solution and to bring new Itussla lo her projier nlace amoue utr allies. Mr Crane aces no Immediate pros- pecl of a clarification of the situation. Ho thinks Eorno tlmo may elapse be- fore Hussla gets ou its feet again. Ho remained In Russia after Iho departure of tho rest ol Ihe Ellhu Hoot commis- sion. studying rtevolo.iinnnts and con- dllions and conferi-lug with tho pres- ent leaders. Ho was In I'eirograd when the struggle Lctiveen Premier Kcronsky and General Kormloff. tho former commander In chief ot the Una- elan urnilcs, came to a head, saw the effects of tlial conflict, id therefore Is able lo picluro the ussla ot Unlay which Is nol the Itus- a of yeslerday. and far less Iho Uus- a of days of the Hoot commission. Some lime may elapse before a ve reconstructive process will begin o show results In JUiEfila, Mr. Crane ays. v 0 ALDERTA WILL HAVE J3.000 FIRST DRAFT. 1 'i ralgary. Alta., Sepl. _ Alberla has something over v 33.000 men who should re- spond when tho first class l! called up under Iho Mllllary Service Acl. according lo In- formation received Irom Ot- tawa by J. 51. Carson, regis- trar for this province. OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1540 Niah' 767 rShowers' Auto Livery Day and Night Service. Stand at While Lunch Plume 1127 Chicago. Sept. J. Toulas, chancellor o[ Ihe Chicago Law School, onco leader of the Krienda ol Peace, an organization al one tlnio active In furthering nesco talk tolil yesterday of having re- ceived an oiler of to work- Tor an embargo on munlllona and to influence sentiment In Ihla counlry In lavor ot wllll Germany. The offer, lie said, camo from a man calllnfi himself K. J. Thyme, a banker from Stockholm. Sweden. rirjcli'.' Hi'! MHro imiduullun which 1 will he ;il Iho Theatre to I by IMwin Caruwt', ulmtOBriiJihcJ by John Arnul'l. :in'l [TcdmcJ by Itolfb I I'h'iuii.Utys liu anil ihrouiilioul Its live acli is brimful of inleicst. 1 In 'Tin- liiirrk.i'Vj" Miss Tulldlcrro j IIUR the of Hone Merrill, a bill liant soiltiy The part elves; IliiT uiiucirlunilv for a lavish disi'lab'' ileKlslration C.arils Snow K0wns and rich jewels, j 1 A variety f.S., Sept, sleimer wllh over aolrtlcft, women flnd children, arrived here today. .Many ot Iho Holdlcra, who hare seen-much ncllvc service, are home on leave, Amour thc passengers wts Mrs. on. wife ot lhc ralnlsler of raartae snd fisheries. (Ottawa, Sepl. several ot the social workers lo lhc conference of charities and correction, have clnlm- drlnk traffic are the'chief causes of so- claf service problems, Miss Mary Jop- lln Clarke, head worker cl ths Central Neighborhood 1IOU5C, Toronto, express- ed her conviction at this mornings session that Ihe present wage SVSM.U on and poverty nmong the lane majorlly ot people is what makes Ihe slum dls- Trie proposed new constitution for the conference WES discussed and was left In the hands ot the commltlce. The following resolution was rczd nd nresenled lo the resolution com- mlllee: "That In the opinion of this confcr- nce thc time has arrived when a chll- ren'B bureau should be eslabllshcd or Canada nnd we do hereby petition ho Dominion government to lake Jeps in Ihls dlrccllon." All graduate nurses in attendance al he conference and Ihe nominating committee held sessions al the noon lour. SYMPATHY WITH THE GIRLS Rcgina, Sssk. Sepl. far as the department ot lelophones Is con- cerned there Is no ntrlke. Fifteen em- plovees quit work nnd their places were filled. Al a meeting ot Ihe trades and labor council lasl night It was de- cided lo enlist thc sympathy and aid ot various public and semi-public bod- ies In aupporl of Ihe girls' demands. Thc'compWnls chiefly concern alleg- ed spying on the part of thc employ- ers of the girls in connecllon willi Ihe tormaliOn of a union., The govern, ment will be Interviewed by a commit- tee and other slops taVen lo secure re- dress. Cnpt. Laureate Flew From Tur- in to England al Rale of Mile it Minnie London, Sept. Laur- eoll. one ot Ihe most daring Italians, who has twice been decorated wllll military medals for valor, accompan- ied by an observer made the first llalv-to-Kngland .Illqht, repeating Ihc foal ot 1910 of lhc late George Chavei In crossing llio Alps. Lap- lain Laureatl covered ,00 English miles In 122 minutes. Ills machine, which is of a new type, started from Turn 'this mornlr.g. Captain Laur- eatl flew at a height of 10.SOO feel. He encountered, high wind, fog banks rainstorms and clouds on the route which lay over Modane, and Culoz in s'oillheaElern France, thence over the French battle lines In Nor them France to Cape Grls-Kez anr" tberice across the English channel goes to a telephone, calls her up and when he hears her voice killa tlinsell- Dcspitc thc tragedy Sonla appc-urs as usual at Hie evening performance and then goes to her home, where she re- ceives a letter from her daughter. Ma- rie, who Is In a tom-cnt. This letter leads to a reverie of her past life. AF a Russian peasant girl she bad met Gaston Duval. fallen in love and gone with him to Parts, v.'licro they went through a marriage ceremony which she rtfccnvard was led to believe .was a mock one. Her Inve for Gaston lurncil to hatred, she became a wan- was taken In by sonic, nuns, und ihcre ber child. Marie, was horn. Leav- ing Marie In the convent. Sonia went lo Paris and became nn operatic star AT STARLAND Critics who have seen Scllg's "The Garden of tilmeil Irom Hohcr lichen's wonderful novel of Iho same- lame, have asserted that it is the greatest love story ever presented 01 he motion picture screen. Thc lov scenes between Helen and Thomas SanlEthi are very strong and In addition, Ihcre arc n succea sion of scenic pictures amnilne their elaborateness. "The Garden o 4llah" was produced by Colin Camp THE JAGAUR'S CLAWS. KPSEUD Jl-jyakawa, the eminent Tapaiicse actor, will he ecen for the last time lonlght "The .lagaur'a a wonderfully realistic and elaborately staged production In whlrh IhQ great actor appears to spleuillil advantage as a Mexican ban-J dlt. The major portion ot the picluro was filmed In Ihc exact locality In which lhc scenes of the olory are laid e l.asSy Company having received ermission from tho Mexican com- lander who was at lhal time." In large to Spend several days In tho nlcrior. Uut they nearly caused a reach In neutrality by bringing hundred cowboys over the border, o take part in Ihe raid on n Mexican own. The Lasky Company had renl-. il the town for the day from the local, cifc. or mayor, who had failed -lo lotify all the residents; consequent-: y when the Americans swooped d'own through the strccte, Ilrlng re-', great contusion ensued uuU lortunulely no serious danmgo was none. In the supporting cast, arc; lone. in me auiii'ul Tom Moore, Marjoric Daw, Tom For- man Mabel Van Ilurcn. I-uclen nnd Horace D. Carpenter. The produclion IVE? mctio tor Ihe. Lasky Compp.rjs under the direction ot Marshall Neilan. The splendid two-reel Fatly Arbucklc comedy The Hough arrived this morning and will be shown tonlghl nnly. He ibroUB'ui poll to Ihe Italian a bassadbr.. On'-Slay' 30'last a British biplane will) five; person's on hoard arrived In ndme dlrecl from London, having slopped' only aj Paris, Turin and Pisa CALGARY ADOPTS I- ONE MAN CARS Sept. a substantial majority Uic Calgary <-Hy council last night adopted (he majority report of the one-man car committee. This means that Ihe use ot Ibe one-man cars v.-lll be made permanent on the municipal street railway. What the Press Agents Say Have You Heard the New Edison YOU ARE INVITED TO GOME TO OUR STORE AND_SEE_THIS WONDERFUL INSTRUMENT. HEAR THE HE-CREATION OF THE HUMAN VOICE. A machine for everybody. Come now, while we have l nt machines nnd records. A full ranKe ol Ainberpla machines and records always In Stock. All Edison records are Indestructible. CASH OR TERMS. PRICE THE SAME. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 1Mfi 315 6th St. S. Everything Musical" Remember the Addresi. HOMESTEADER SUICIDES Menlclne Hat, Alia., Scpl. 25. Halvcr, a Norwcslan bnchcloi homesleader ol Alilcrson, comnilttei slilcldo at Glcichcn by cutting hl Ihroal with a razor. No reason Is known for Ihe alTair. lie has a bro- ther In Chicago. oT. EARNINGS. Montreal, Scnl. Grand Trunk iliwny System Iraflle earnings from BcTemher II to SI. 1017, J1.3M.312; 1016, Increase, One of Iho most allrnctlvo pliolo- ONLY-.. TATTY ARBUCKLE IN "THE KOUG1I HOUSE" Owinn to an error in ihipmcnl this feature did not arrive, unlMIasl night Doift miss it. LAST TIMES TONIGHT, JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS sTH3' GREAT JAPANESE ACTOR SESSUK IIAYAKAWAi In 3 Wonderful Mexican TUe JAGUAR'S CLAWS' This is, without a doubt, one of Mr. Hayakawa't Efforts on the. Screen, and it well worth FOR SALE Choice Improved Farm Lands NEAR CLARESHOLM AND AT OLENWOOOV1LLE, APPLY TO A. S. CAMPBELL OH E, K. BARKM, CARDSTON, OH J. REYNOLDS, CLARESHOLM. SPECIAL ATTRACTION WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY WruUAM N MLIG PRESENTS THE GREAT EMOTIONAL ACTRESS HELEN WARE In a Plclurlrallon of Robert Hllchln'i Famoui Novel The Garden of Allah How Many a Lonely wi.kUf "Allah Be With Ul. in U" Qrail- Each Evening. Far Acre., the OM.rt Sand., Mr. Each Evening. Performances D.l.ly at 1.30, 3.45 7 and 9 o'clock. Adult. 20c, Children lOc. Evening. and 1Sc. pPRESS. TnNlhHT A Five Acl Mstro Wcnderplay of R.re 8-ffWin A Bride Who Sought to Ruin Her Huiband U the C A Bride Who Sought to Ruin Her MUtoann n inc -'THE BARRICADE' A Metro Wonderplay of Pwr with AUn Coin ana ;