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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'hIOAY, SEPTEMnER28, 1917 TUB LKTJIBH1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE York, Sept. Is In the war." to make herself pleosint to the enemy as her phy- sical makeup will permit or her immunity declared Vie- count Ishll, head of the Imperial Japanese commission, at Hie New Yorfc chamber pi commtrce here today. His country, he said, Is ally and partner In the war until 11 Is ended only by the "complete utter physical defeat and humiliation of Germany." "This is the he concluded, "of the gathering of the clans of tlie cast and of the west." Want Govt. to Take Action To Develop Own Resources Keglna, Sent. Ibal Im- mediate attention be given lo the do- of known resources ID Can- ada, the local Scientific Research sorlatlon today (lie govern- ment with a memorial asking Iho cab- inet la trice Inllaetice to bear ou Uio fotli'ral government to lake practical action to encourage research work. Tlic j reposals of Ihc association lu- clu'-lo ibo proTlslon thai be i granted aniiuaUy for five "years lo bu divided Lelwcen the various jirovliK-es for Industrial research worti. It IE sug- gested tliat the uioacy lie spent as fol; lowsi JlflO.OOD annual grant lo establish duslrlal research inallLuie in each pro- vince. to provincial universities lo cacountjje research In iiurc foOU.OOO for the purpose of pulling laboratory researches to the lest o[ seiul-tiH'tory conditions. JiiOQ.QOO to alucfc problems of par- i llcular urgency or exceptional difflcul- "I. ARE ALL ILLEGAL London. Out., Sept. was dis- covered ih.s morning lhat all convic- tions at Lho police court within the lasl Jen days were Illegal. Magistrate Orayden Is III, and according lo the re- vised'sliLtuLea the mayor must appoint llio temporary official. The authorities neglected to do tills. A larg number or heavy fines for brecvkliiR the Uccusc Jaw aro involved. Boulton's Auto Livery WE- KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 WaBhintgon, Sept. row ID tho house orcr Representative Hoflln's charges culminated today In A fight between Ifcflln and Representative Norton, his chlct critic. Friends soon separated them. TJi climax Ihe end of a gusty session or the house which illd 11 ol approve the action of tho rules ormulttco In refusing lo begin Inves llon of HcIUn's charges that cer- aln congressmen acted suspiciously it about llio llmo Von Uemslorff was sklng lits government, to authorize he expenditure of to Jnflu cnce congress. Norton, who led tlic a Hack on Ilcf- In (or Ills charges, had gone, over lo .he democratic Elilc to la Ik to Hef- In. The row broke out nt once, the ,uo men clinched and fell over on a row of 3oals, irnflo friends from both s or the hall piled around and separated them before blows iverc struck. The Hudson Auto Livery V-PASSENGER SERVICE PaEac? Confectionery Phones Might- OIT'S AUTO LIVERY' Day Phone 1540 Night Phone 787 Showers'Auto Livery Day and Night Service. Stand nt White Lunch Phone 1127 hat Kts Lh; dtrtc iri ilaLslrr ilndjw Whj dli ruMue M rti tuiroJl) Wbr Old "Tit TTle iluk" M ciuUoiuljI AU i lolli cirTilnrJ In Ihftt PHONE 1050 P.iiny's AUTO LIVERy CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE 'ThePurpieMask" In ahlct Ttna m at 1U noil title eiaj fi[ citiricuri tta tr- rlollnl In IDT jrritL btidtd tr ite ITtilnl Scriil Sun Grace Cunard AltD Francis Ford DRAYING Phones 1MS or 1356 Turner Witchell Since at Kennedy'i 410 13th 31 CoalC.O.D. roa nlll d -fip md r auinlul ibcWpIw. H ind 5 to nt It trrrjr w i In Lhe aclJcn. cwHcr In Iw. AHIDR to FIFTH EPI9OOH "ABLAZE (N MID-AIR" ALSO CJIAltLES IN "THE MIX-UP" Montreal, Sept. Ger- jruin dread another winter cam- said Major the Rev. Dr. James Smyth, president of the We si cyan Theological College of this city, who went overseas with the Irish Canadian Rangers and returned home today, "t have spoken with some of the biggest men In England and that is their opinion." He added, "the general opinion Is that the Germans will most likely make proposals before the winter sets in which the al- He's will be able to consider." PclrograJ. SepL Kcr iskj- addressed the democratic con rc.19 at Its first session today In ttii unlclfial theatre, receiving blth came principally from the lea .dlcal groups of delegates. He spok i forceful style, ivltli Hie air of cliai glng (its opponents. Tlic add res as largely a defense of tftc acts o he government under his premiership. JCcrensky was Interrupted frc-1 ucnlly by shouts from one group and nollicr, ivhlrli led at lime.1? lo allerra- ona lasting several ralnuLca. At one olnt, when Uio premier spoke of re- usal of the soldiers' and workmen's eales of Ilelslngfors to oppose the oniiiE of the Finnish diet, al- hougli the government had forbidden (he Bolshevikl burst Into .loud beers. "Cliccr. my frlcnclB, if you said I. Korciisky when he was able io lake himself beard. "But bear In mlntl hat a German fleet is moving up the IslLlc." The delegates of thc-Hlglit jeered he Ilolebevlkl. asking'them wliylliey ild not cheer the premier's remark, in- sranch as tho v.'crs ihsir rlcnds. New York, Sept. federal graju corporation announced today It would pay two cents a bushel less for all wheats lu ilic markets at Bal- timore. Philadelphia, Buffalo and New York "as compared ivltn the basic market prescribed by the price commission for Chicago ami the western markets uhlcb, relate to Chicago." This action was taken H was ex- plained, as part of a readjustment necessitated by the action of tho In- terstate commerce commission tcrday In suspending until January 23 proposed Increases on grain from points of origin to casterii and middle western deitinallnns, to have become effective on October 1. SETTLE DIFFERENCES Paris, Sept. between workers in certain classes of muni- tons aud Ibclr employers have been settled, both sides agreeing to the orniallon of a permanent committee of conciliation, according-lo an ofliclnl statement Issued last night. If UPSET 1 PHOTO-PLAYS P- R_ E 3 .E. >i T Franklyn Farnum and dainty Brownle Vernon la QIC Cornell y By Young Conieny: The Gale Henry. 'Also Current Events. 'Winnipeg, Sept. prices fil- ed for dour by western Canadian mill ers, it is slated, may be upset by the food controller's department, Following the fixing of wheat prices for the coming year, the chief millers set wholesale flour quota- tions, with test patents nt per band in Winnipeg, and other prices graduated in conformity with freight rales on grain haulage. K. B. Hcynolds, chairman of (he Manitoba food committee, sent the In- formation to OlUvra. Today lie receiv- ed from the rood- controller's depart- ment advice that Uie aiiestJon of flour and mill feed prices Is under consider- ation, find lhat the prices set by Ihc millers -will no effect upon, what- ever action It Is deemed expedient lo take In selling prices. DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Pacific Cartage Co. J. D. Thomas D. Ferauion DRAYING Of AH Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited P. R. Freight Ciedi PHONES Offko 1111 Slsblce 1061 MAJESTIC-5 MON. OCT. 1 Food Controller Is Considering These Trices and May Make Change Winnipeg, Sept. J. Han- food controller for Canada, no- tified Mayor F. H, Davidson today that all milk-producers and all wholesale and retail dealers en- gaged In the'supply of frej4i milk for dar'fy consurrfptton are request- ed T.O make no advance In the pric- es for milk obtaining In thslr dis- trict on September until ihe committee appointed to deal with the problem has reported on the action, if any, that should be lak- Welconne Return Direct from Walker" Theatre, Winnipeg. The Mlracfe Man and Hli Com- pany of Wonder Workers Everything Now, Carload of New HluiloriE. Featuring the Cent- 1 ury'j Seniation, "Prisoner of SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY AT 4 P.M. FOR CHILbREN, ALL lOc. RABBITS GIVEN AWAY Seat! at Hcdler'i NoW. LADIES' SPECIAL MATINEE FRIDAY Oirls Under 16 Not Admitted. REGULAR MATINEE WED. PRICES: EVENING, 25. SO, 75c MATINEES....... 25 ,nd COc LUten for the Cattle Breeders Attention Shtp- hertl have for ule at Warner, Alberta, a few head choree Here- ford and Aberdeen Angus breed- Inn dock, which Inelvde 5 Here- ford Hclffrt, 2 Hereford Bulli, 4 Aherdcen Anjui 2 with ealvet-at 2 Angus Bulk i Theie inimali are all reglt- tered and are tint elan stock. PRICES REASONABLE ''POLICE PROTECTION" SINGLE REEL COMEDY I TONIGHTS-TOMORROW PAULINE "f I Hlt 11 Mt JUi FAMOU? PRESENT FREDERICK IN rTTl; Quality and Style In Buying Rings From Us If you're contemplating' buying an engagement ring, a wedding pres- ent or ;iny oilier gil'l in jewelry yon want that gift jo be worth yon wanl il to have a real value and also lo express your generosity. Our jewelry is always backed by our guarantee. Yon can always get (he newest ideas and tlie best ol' quality things you always want. See Our Special Engagement Rings nt and THESE ARE EXCELLENT VALUES. Our new stork of diamond rings is .just in. It is the finest we've ever shown and offers the largest slock i n the city to select from. EYE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. R. A. WRIGHT ISSUER OF MAHfiiAGE LICENSES NO WITNESSES REQUIRED LETHBRIDGE THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER ESTABLISHED 1898 Death Professor's Husband's Mind is a Blank Winnipeg, Sept. connexion the tragic death in the Royal Alexandria, ot W. II. Mather. Van- ouver, jin Inquest will be. herd Mon- ay aL Ihe central police station, Dr onion Bell, who held a post mortem xnminatlon of Mrs. Mather yesterday, "III give crfclcncc which Is expected ennitcly to establish vlielhcr she hot.herself or not. Under police guard the husband lies n n special ward in Iht hosjjl- vehemently denying he shot his n-ife. Jits mJnd is utterly blank with egard to the important details as to vhen Jie founti the.dead body of Ills Tile and the lime lie 1s supposed lo iavc slashed his wrists. That Tvlalher bore vigil over the dead lody ol his wife for at least thrco ays Is the view licit! by iiliysielans ind police. The remains of a Breakfast found on ho dressor In Ihe liolcl room yester- day were discovered lo have been hose of a meal served on Sunday mor- ilng. 51rs.-Malh.or was last seen at 0 o'clock thai morning by a hall boy. According to (he police, Mather told hem ho entered tho room and saw ifs wife on the bed dead. He could not ell them when thnt was, bill the police Mnk it was late Sunday or early Mon- lay. It (3 slated lhat. (Jic yes- CElabllBlieil that Slather died by her own QEN1EO USE OF MAILS llnneapoltg, Minn., Sept. n paper published hero by Carl Aliltccn, has been denied the use of the mntl3, local otnclola announcetl today. Ahltccn Is being held In Jail pending trial on charges of interfering with enlistments, lie Is affiliated wllh Uie Industrial Workers of the Worifl. SOLDIERS' RECREATION. Vancouver, Sept. Sey- mour, former mayor of Tacoina, Wash., who is-Interested in the re- creation facilities uclng provided for United Slates soldiers at Camp Lew- Is, ts In Vancouver securlaK informa- tion n3 to similar-work thai has been performed for Canadian troops In Dritlsh Columbia. This morning he vJsilcd the patriotIc fund and Red Cross head quarters. What the Press Agents Say AT THE MAJESTIC Cunnlne and his company ot mlr- icle workers arc coming to ihe Mojestlc lor five nlebta starting next October 1st. Following Is whBt the Winnipeg Free aald oT, Cvmhlng In Us Issue ot August has seen on the stage In many a lo; day. V Seals arc on sale at Hedley's no AT THE EMPRESS "Bluebird Day" vat Ibe Emprei .heatre on KrMay and Saturday wj mark the presentation ot "Tho Cleai a satirizing 'social reformers1' ivho abound, more or less Influence, In practlcall every town in the country. Frankly Farnum and Brownie Vetnon will in icrsonato the leading characters, Parnum playing the rolo ot a the trlcal advance agent who gets Into, clash with the Purity League 'The Girl and the Garter" Is adT Used to play Lb.e town' super morally, by Lhe league leaders, pure fun, based on discomfort ol tba wben they- are, by trlcke'tr, ed (o the sbowman't Tlaiys of his attraction, will enllVen tho see anil an intercsllng love theme be forwarded lo a nappy ending-.TfU the satire Is being enfolded. Issue 21st. "A vast nutllcnce fiat Epcll hound 'or over two Jn the Walker Ihcatrc last night, where Cunning, the mystic marvel, assisted by a re markably -capable corps of workers, presented one of the most, interesting and Instructive entertainments ever seen In this city. U la quite trim Lhat lii- tho art of digital dexterity and cabinet manifestations, the inn (tlvnrtably is aulo to dccclvu an aud- ience through the medium ot Illus- ions. Cunntng, however, Is an artist who Lakes his profession seriously, nd he is nnqu'esUonauly one of Ihe lost skilled mystic performers ono Paulina FrerftrTck, iamoui emotion al appearing at to- night and torrlorrow In "Her Bttle COMING TO CITY! A NOTED PHRENOLOGIST We defr dollnr to I: Icrcst i n Icncc better Uui Prof. Aleiu Be The moat phenomenal success ID the pbrcnolo Held 19 thai rrorcusor N'cw York Sun, PROF, W, 0, ALEX ANDER. Sound com mo i sense' net JB frame of Toronto A born i .capital Iba'n roanjr. u nel Dviotb Hwmli, who Is everywhere ocknowlMgcd to he nut only ablest In America, but ono or tne most popular speakers on the platform toiUy. IN HIS INIMITABLE LECTURES ON Y. M. C, A. AUDITOntUM, EVEBV NfQMT BElSINNINO Ailralsslon Tlrat Night Fri-c. Collectlonjfifei I'rliato consultation from 10 a.m., Ibe Don't MlM Hli Greatest Lecture w CourUhlp, Mtrfliflc ir' ;