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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1917 THE UA11.T. Berlin, Sept. 21, vb Es penally stubborn fighting yeslorday along tho roads "dialing iroui Iho one In me MB for the posscsBlon of Ohelnve loday'" olii-b1 fhc v Ugo remsined "in" 'possession of "tin to Ihe prcsenl." Ihe announce- ment conllnues. "they have nol re- newed llielr attack. H Is asserlc Thai al leasl Iwelve llrlllsh division wero. engaged wllhoul nbMw ip rlruincBs of Iho German The broke Inlo Iho Germa orfcnslvo zone lo.a aepth of ono kll melre ot SI. Jullcn to the Vprc Jlenln where MUer lighting with variable result, continued throughout the day. In a. Irosfc M- saull. the statement says. Ihe Ilrlllsli were- driven back al mauy points by Ihe fourth army gaining ovca less lhan In tho attack ol. last weei. On The French Front. Paris, Sept. IMt of the French olllclal slatc-mcnt follows. "On Ihe Alsno front the L-errnans Avcre especially active early asl evening and during Ihe night- Ajmr a violent bombardment ol ourposl- lions si Lesvaux-Morona to .too west ol Cerny the enemy alined o[ Arlire-Dc Ceroy but was forced to re- turn to1 bla Benches atler t'Jllerlns heavy losses. A nccond attack laun- ched this morning al Auke, between ho ulalcau Des Casemates and Ilia alltornlo Plateau, Ukewiao re- carried out by m to fan ol the farm ol Froldmoul en- bled us to laio prisoners. -Two enemy surprise allscks, one pon the right bani of Ihs river leiue. In tho region, ol Beaumont anJ the other In Alsace, In the rcgloi ol Hie Llnge, were coiniilclely repuls was iH'.b.lng to report on he reel of the Irout." f. e, r. 4 4 1 a chr.ncc- to continue her depredations. v and Ihe chapter closes with the whole GOOD WEEK AGAINST SUBMARINES. ....J ablaze In Patricia' and helpless aeroplane-. >I her Apaches London, Sept. British planes ajaln dropped many tons ol bombs on German military es- tabllihmenli In Belgium on TIKI- day nlohl. An olflclal statement liiued today by Ihc admiralty says: "On Tuesday night our naval airplane! dropped many tone of bombs, making several dlrecl hilt on Ihe railroad llnci at Ine Thourout Junction, the Llchler. Junction and the Corte- nurcti Junction. All our mach- Inei returned safely." Ixmdon. Sept. teen HrlDsh merchantmen of v l.liOO 16ns and over, and two Vessels'of less" lhan 1.600 tons were sunk by mines or EUD- marines list week, according to the weekly state- ment Issued tMs evening. In Ihc aggregate (his Is the small- est number ol vessels sunk during any one week slnco Germany began her Intensi- fied Submarine warfare last February. Two llBhloe vessels also were lasl week. I amcia aim uue "ll work desperately to tear up the Door ot the room abovo the ivaler-lank.ovt-r Ylctorla, n. C., Sept. 27. A. fir whlcli destroyed one ol the able prtvnto collections o! antique In eilstenco In the Dominion occurred last nlglil at Quamlschsn Ukc, when he houao occupied by Mr. and Jlra. I DlacVxood-Wllenian, and owned by Ir. Ouy Mcllln u( Sookc, was burned o tUo ground. ilrs DlRckwood-Wllcman by her first marriage to Mr. BlackwooJ. a descend- ant ol tho famous Lord Nelson, came nlo [Kjsscsslon or a iinmbcr' or rare Nelson relics. Her Mrs. Lc vcson. beroro her second marriage wns Iho wife of Lord Darnloy, lind al so through lier nret husband como Into possession ol many valuablo heir looms. Boulton's Auto Livery WE KNOW THE' COUNTRV THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IK THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto Livery SERVICE Palace Confectionery. Phones: Day-----668 Night- OTT'S Amsterdam, Sept. A lull pace advertisement In Berlin, newspapers, slrned by Iho chief magistrates ot Dor- lln appealing lor subscriptions lo tho war loans, says among other things. "Lately President Wilson .hypocri- tically has been preaching '.he demo- cratization of Germany by grace ol Ilie enlenlc anil has allempled to BOW ill- cord among Ihe German people l- arlve it Ihrough Inner dissension to loollsh selr-deslrucllon. This .inust not be Our firm purpose remajhs to holdout and win an honorable peace, ensuring Ihc fatherland's future weal. NO INCREASE U. S. GRAIN RATES TILL JANUARY .Washington. SepL 27. Proposed general Increases In rales on gram from polnla.ot origin to eastern and mlildlc western destinations which were lo have become ofiedive Oct. have been suspended by the Interstate Commerce Commission until January 25 The commission also suspender proposed Increases on grain Including Pour, from Chicago to Allan lie porls and lulcrinedlalo stations. Ottawa, Scpl. eicluslon ol he repreEentatlvcs of the press from he Inltal meeting ot the irommllileo on milk- supply called by Hon. J. llanna, tood controller, subsequent to Btatemen'.s by McKay, relative to the rapid Increase of milk prices al Halifax, has caused Borne allr at the capital Representatives of the press protested with the result that Iho deci- sion or Iho commlltco Is to he recon- sidered. Exclusion of the newspaper men came about as Iho result ol a sug- gestion made by Mr. John UlnEham of Oltawa, after Dr. McKay hart submit- ted figures to show thai In Halifax the cost or milk (o Iho consumers had jumped from 7 cents In 1910 to 10 cents now, with a new price, ot 13 cents per quarl to go Into effect October 1. Mr. Dlngham In suggesting that Ihe dellb- erallons should be private expressed the tear that a lot ot matter might get Inlo head' Vancouver. Sept. 27. Afler months spent In the Arctic, A. Cad- zow, ot tho Jluseum ot American In- dians ol New York, has arrived in Van- couver with one of Ihc finest cthnolog- cal collections ever brought out or the norlh. While In the Arctic he round traces of Stefansson. the Canadian ex- plorer, and met the blonde Esquimaux. The northern Indians of Canada arc which Kelly Is suspended by gripping lauds atd reel Into Insecure holds up- oil the wall. Through tho floor IMt calls encouragement to the Sphinx, v.-ho Is gratified now to llnil the girl who his tormented him, turning to be his rescuer In his desperate, strait. there has been made a hole largo enout-h to draw Kelly throufih the Door, a rope IB passed down to him and ho Is recuexl. The action next lakes pljce al society leader's garden where Jewels of groat vsluo arc exiio-'td as templatlons to robbers. Kelly la en- caged to protect these Jewels anil 1'a- Irlcla, with her aunt are Invited guests. When Pat learns Ihc Sphinx has been cmpolycd as a sue clal guard lor the jewels, she JecWfs that here will be mi eiiclUni oppor. lunlty 19 demonstrate again tint Kel- ly Is not so adept in his line as his friends think he la. Tile girl hye her plans In advance. It Is necesBtry to see Iho picture to gel ihe full reallialloa or ihe rest or Ihe episode, so we leave you hanging In mld-alr along' with Pal and the stor AT THE MAJESTIC CUNNING NEXT WEEK AT THE MAJESTIC i Cunning and his company. of nod crn wonder workers ore coming to the Mp.jcstic lor five nights Elartlir: OKANAGAN UNITED GROWERS, LIMITED VERNON. B.C. imu mi; under big head- lines which would give the public a wrong Impression. In his opinion only tho conclusion arrived at through Ihe II1U discussion should bo made public. Day Phone 1540 Nljnt Phone 787 P. HilTOUViRY ClfY AND COUNTRY TRIPS :STAND: THE ARCADE Geneva, Sept. llllml, e former KhcOlve ol Egypt who was posed In -1814 and who has been ing In Switzerland lor the past ne months, has .decided lo reside rmanently in Vienna, according n announcement in Austrian news apers A report has also reached ere trom Berlin of an announce- ent by Count Von Reventlow thai c'rniany has secured valuable allies Ihe Egyptian Nntlonnllsts. who re- enlly moved their heailquarters trom cncva to'Berlin. They have round- d a newspaper under the name ot cu'crlent with German capital. U s said here Ihat the so-called Egypt- an Nationalist parly numbers more lhan n score ol Lima, Peru. Sept. govern- ment has Inslructed the Peruvian min- ister al Berlin lo present to the Ger- man government a demand that sails- faction be given within eight days for sinking Ihc Peruvian barque Lor- on H Iho demand Is not mel. dlplo- mallc relations will be broken off. The Lorton was sunk Inside Spanish waters last February by a Gorman sub marine Peru declared the sinking to be unjustifiable anil insisted on pay menl of an indemnity by Germany Tho German governmenl offered lo Eubmll Ihe case lo a prize court. and cabinet tricks, sleight of hand work, and card manipulation, to gether with n most marvelous dlspla: of mental telegraphy or mind-read Ing all the work of one man. "Cunn was Ihe programme which kcp a capacli'y audience at the V.'alkc theatre last night wondering tor ove (wo and a bait hours how It was a one. That one man could answer tn mestlons of nearly one hundrc and in scores ol instance answer these .'questions corrcctl vlthoul the sllghlesl shadow ol loubt, the questions being all wr! ns correctly. How Clinnlng accomplishes hi; eats Is nol explained, but undoubt- Oly the qucttlons propounded lo him ould not all have been made by omiilk-es. It IB highly questionable any ol them -were, yet per- oils who, prior lo Ihe evenlug'a per- ormances-had" never before even leard of Cunning, mucli less. seen him, were called by name, nnn J regarding their affairs. The performance opened with somft export conjuring, which was followed by an alloECllier "ew version of tho "cabinet" irlcfe. Spirit painting whcro a perfect reproduction ot old master wns made to appear on what was apparently a black canvmi, still more added to Ihe mlstlflcallon ot the audience, and suitably paved Ihe way for an Illusion which seem- ingly defied all the laws ol gravlty. ciiunlng's performance Is absolute- ly unlnue, ami l.ui Ibo additional rncril Hint It 13 free from anything ot a suggestive nature and can be en- I Joyed by persons ol any age and DRAVING Phonei 1345 or Turner Witchell 3IIJM Jt Kennedy's 4IO 13th SI CoalC.O.D. The wife ol a merchant'had slo ach Iroublc so bad sho could' nothing hut toasl, fruit and hot wa Everything else would sour and meilt.' ONB SPOONFUL- buckthorn bark glycerine; etc., as mixed In Adlcr- 1-ka hcncflled her INSTANTLY. He- cause Adler-1-ka flushes .Iho, ENTIRE nllmcnlnry' tract" It rcllCTca ANY CASE constipation, aonr slomach or gas and -prevents appendicitis. U has quIcUcsl action of anything we ever D. HlEiabotham fc Co., Ltd., Druggists, THE STORE or BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBR1DGE CARSroTMt CQOR PUJht 789. Rlo Janeiro, Sepl. Journal Do Commcrclo, publishes an article, to which Importance Is attached In political circles, cziTCSslnE the he- lie! that Iho hour is approaching In which Brazil and Ihc enlente. allies It Kew York, Sept. 100 Ger .mans and German sympathizers ar- rcslert In New York city, nearby Long Island anil Jersey nolnls, last bv clly detectives, acting under the direc- tion of agcnls ol the department ol iustlcb and officers ol tho navy depart mcnl, spcul Ihe night in the drill lial anil In nclls al pollco headquarters Some were arresled, it was said, a Ihe quarters ot Ihe I.W.W. but Hie ruajorily were laken at Iheir homes. Suitcases lille'u with papers, bundles various sizes, boies, tools, parts of machinery and contrivances having the appearance of explosives, all seiz- ed In the raids, wefc scallered about on Ihe floors ot Ihc bmces at police huartnuarlers. MEMBER BRITISH MISSION TO STATES LOSES A LEG ten on separate cards and enclosed scaled envelopes; which luter we returned lo the writers with the sea unbroken, seems Imposslh, yet Cunning accomplished this. N cnly did he answer the questions cor-1 redly, but In every instance gave name of the wrller. Questions pertaining lo business matters, matrimonial altalrs, .and in fact nearly every subject under the sun were, onsw'ercd without the slightest hesitation. Great applause ivas occasioned -when Cunning stand- ing in- tho aisle of the theatre, said lo Ihe audience. "Yes, very EODE, nol later lhan Dec. 15 ot this Ihen tnrned lo a lady and, calling her iv name, said: "You asked when the var would bo over." Whclhcr or not ic is a' true pfophcl remains lo he The nudicr.ce, however, seem- ed to pin In his answer as irior to Ihls stnteracnt he already an- FHIDAY AND SATURDAY PAULINE FREDERICK, "HER 15ETTER' SELF" A Splendid Paramount Feature SPECIAL COMEDIES LAST TIMES TONIGHT HELEN WARE AND i T1IOS. SANTCltl IN "THE GARDEN OF ALLAH" MISS SIMM AND MR. FLEMING INDIAN LOVE LYRICS COMING TO CITY! A NOTED PHREPJOLOOIST >V LI ILIl will make reciprocal concession cgard to certain points at Issua. s prohabio, Ihc 'newspaper says thai events will shape themselves In the direction ot more efficient coopern- lon In regard to transport problems. BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT Ixmdon, Sept 2r.-Thc weekly slalcmenl of Ihe Hank ot England shows Ihe following changes: Total reserve, decrease circula- tion Increased bullion in- creased other securities, decreased olhcr deposits decreased public, depos- its Increased nolo re- servo'decreased govern- ment 'Becurlllcs Increased JC44.000; rate'ol discount llvo per cent. London. Sept. Gen, T M. Bridges, ivho nccompanied the Dnlfour mission lo America lasl sum mer, lias lost n leg below Ihe knee In consequence ol a wound receive! In ncllon, according lo The Times Caplaln "J. K. Law. E9n of Donar Law, chancellor ol Ihe ex chequer, who was reported mlssln yesterday, Is a military aviator. Cap- tain I.nw has not jtlumed Irom flight he made over Iho Germa llncs'last Frldaj'. U'cred more than a score ot quest- What the Press Agent? OKAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO i Movma Pacific Cartage Co. J, 0. Thomn P. Ftrjujon Phone IJ30 FRANK SVADDINGTON wffl SELL BY AUCTION At His Auction Kooms, Tenth Street South Tomorrow, [riilay, Sept. fflth Sparkling will] I nit and merri- ment, yet filled I full' of common I sense. Star. We defy any I dollar show to In-] lerest an and- lencc holler, than I Prof. Alexander. I Bee I Sound common I Bensfl sel' In frame of Toronto Globe; A born lectnrer.l a capital mimic I anil better actor 1 than many vhal pose as Dulutji IlBrtld.. wliocverywhere cckn'owle'dgcd to be nol only Ihc ablest PhrenolOfliilI ,n America hut one of ihe inosi popular speaker., on the plalform loday. f, IN HIS INIMITABLE LECTURES ON HUMAN NATURE. Y M C A AUDITORIUM, EVERY NIGHT BEGINNING MONDAY. ii''i Flmf Ntctit'Frco'-'-- Collection Taken at Close, '.I 10 n.m., at the professor's partors. Ddn'l Miss His Greattsl-Lecturc ,n Love, Courtship, and Cunning, Iho. "mlrnrle man who comes lo Hie Jlajcsllc theatre for five days starling next Monday, Ocl. 1st. with his compiny ol modern wonder AT2.M DRAYING 0! All Kinds WestcrnfraiisfcrCo, Limited tfflee-c, P. R. Freight PHONES, Olflc. 11" Walt till you ttt the ilx-eyilnder Including: Very flno hrass hcd vllh coll spring ynrt te I rnatt- buull'ursolid mahogany 3-plcce parlor sulto (retently massive solid leather lounee, sollil oak frame solid mahogw oral parlor l-hle; two e.tra inallly Ir-nngc sbl'd.le.lher; splendid grass rockers- old ng bed; gocarl; carpet-sweeper, clc, flto solid oHf dining cintrsi onK.oxUndln? dining Inhle; all-hold Slcwart range In1 line condliloii.. Nof'A'.VEftY'tARO'E CONSIGNMENT BUT A l'oUALITY. TERMS.CASH ON VIEW TONIGHT, 7.30-9. PHONES' AT THE EMPRESS Mmc.Teirova In "The Illnck Butlc i fly will be tho offering at the Kmprc lor Ihe hist time tonight. Scrcaml comenles, which llcklcd Iho risibilities 1 of a large ouillencc lasl also be shown again. AT STARLAND Mirgarcl Turnbull, vtho wrote Iho original story of "Her Heller n Famous Playera-Paramount production starring the lalcnlcd Pauline Freder- ick, !s one ol the nasl brilliant young writers of llio counlry. Miss Turnbull was born In Olnsgow on Ihe banks ol Iho Clyde Illvor, Scol land, but came to Ihls counlry nt an early ngc, livlnn In New Jersey. She lins wrlllen many well-known hooks and plnys, hut of lato has lurncil. llko so many olhcrs of mortem .writers, lo Iho field ol molloii picture scenarios. Home ol her kriown original scen- arios ire "The I "The Secret anil "Sloldi Gooils." 'She has also wrlllen adaplnllons ol many famous masterpieces Irom liter- alum and the stage. "Her Betlcr Miss Turnbn..- lotcsl original mollon plnlure play sUrrlng Paulino Frederick, In-coining 'Slarlantl Friday anil Salnrday. AT THE OKL'HBUM KfMM Do. 5, "Alilaio In mlil-nlr" o Ihe s'orlaf "The I'urpln Mask" will be shown five girei Pa ALSO FIFTH EPISODE ,'i "THE PURPLE "ABLAZE IN MID-AIR" MAJESTIC--5 MON. OCT. 1 Welcome Return Direct Irom' Walker Winnipeg- The Miracle'Man and Com-. pany of Wonder Everylhinj New. Carload Illusloni. Featuring .the Ctm- ury'l Sensation. "Prisoner of SPECIAL MATINEE THUHSPAY AT 4 P.M. FOR CHILDREN, ALL SEATS, 10e. RABBITS GIVEN AWAY LADIES' SPECIAL MATINEE FRIDAY' Glrlt Under 18 Nol Admlt HEGULAR MATINEE WED, PRICES: EVENING, Tfc MATINEES Listen for Ihe EMPRESS MmB-PBtrpvalheBlat, i-" TONIGHT U TONIGHT LAST TIME ;