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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday May 7, 1918 the Lethbridge daily Herald Page five taken captive by Bull Moose. 5? coming Down the Canadian Pacific and. Alfema Central inst Winter on a return trip from Winnipeg to Sault Ste. Mario big Jack Breckenridge the husky umber Ranger for the paper company pointed out to a an Island in Tho Centre of Mongoose Lako that staged the dual betting to a most thrilling encounter a Tenderfoot had with a Bull noose hero it la As told to me by a Man with Hull Moose lungs you can separate the Gold from the dross to your Leisure sea that Hunting Lodge on the Hore there Well a Bunch of swells from Chicago Hung out there last fall for Quito a spell came he to shoot Partridge and calculated to stick round until the Moose Mason was on Well by gosh the Moose season opened ahead of time with one gent and to told me afterwards that he was fed up on Moose for the rest of his natural life. Seems he was out for Partridge and had sat Down to Reed his Aco and Tako a draw at his dope stick when he got the Surprise of his life for a big Bull Moose came crashing through the underbrush and lauded 30 feet away pawing up to dirt As soon As he spied Tho gent Tho follow told me to had nothing but a shot gun but determined to make lit interesting for or. Moose so he hauled off and let Blaze with both har riels this wa8 simply an introduction a to a hat happened for or. Moose Ramo an full steam ahead and the gent took to a tree nearby he had just made the first limb when or Moose started to Rake it fore and aft a with his 42 Inch spread result was id own came Tho limb and his nibs and Jyh he fell the seat of his pants got caught on a prong of that Moose s spread or. Mooso with a mighty snort made off with him to the last and proceeded to transport ills Over to that Island i showed you. The gent told me he thought he could Bee jays Check ered career coming to a tragic end for he had a Hunch or. Moose was going to make a horrible example of him before the females in his harem on Black Fly Island he said to could almost feel that brute stamping the life out of him yet was afraid to free himself Tor downward dip of that prong would a Deposit him in the icy Waters of Mongoose Lake just thee to Moos s feet struck Terra Florma Only to find himself con fronted with a Olvat Hull Moose who had evidently been playing. In his Garden during the absence of Tho Boss of the harem the two started to Paw up the Earth and with a wild Roar and Bent head charged each other with galvanic Force the concussion threw or. Man fifty feet into the Hazel Bushes and from there do watched the fight of the Fui leu. He said take it from me that follow who gave to the ride was some scrapper and seemed Bent on demonstrating to the females in waiting that there was Only one Fly in Tho Honey around that Island. He finally downed the Gay Lothario and after stamping the life out of him fell Down sex haunted Detoro his fallen foe that was my Chance said he so i crept up behind him with my unsheathed Hunting knife and Cut his Throat. Say that gent holds the record in this neck of the Woods for free transportation said Jack Asho Cut off a fresh . B. C. Otice the Sale of the ladies Stock of the Royal store will commence on tuesday next May 14th and not thursday As announced yesterday \ it will be an eyeopener for bargains. Frank Waddington High Grade. American dentistry. Choose your dentist As you would your doctor for he skill and for his honesty. In our practice we submit on the Point of skill our Early training in America s Best dental colleges. A on. The Point of honesty be submit the widespread Public Confidence which we now enjoy. When you contemplate dental work consider also the fact that dentistry As we practise it is a gentle Art. Drs. Bruner Richards & Nelson High Grade american dentistry phone 363 ottblk., 4 doors from Lethbridge hotel Lethbridge. Lethbridge Albert Calgary pvficer116a eighth Avenue e. Edmonton office-3 cri8tall act e us s c of a pleads for just compensation Toronto May 7.-Pierce but ? Lor the Minnesota lawyer who is representing Mackenzie Ami ? Mann before the c. N. It. Achi ? traction Hoard presented his argument ? ? or. Butler invoked the com ? Nion heritage of the Magna ? Charta As providing that priv . Ate properly should not he Fak. ? on for the Public use without. just compensation. to have welcomed. Neither she nor the audience Kuchs the real truth until at. The very Eil of Mir Story it is Start singly revealed. Miss o Hara will also sing tonight. Be London May Bonar liw government spokesman in the House of commons announced today that Tho government proposed to ask two judges to act As a court of Honor to investigate the charge made by Genorn Frederick it Maurice who was recently removed from Tho Post of director of military operations at Tho British War office or. Bonar Law said the army Council was dealing with finest ions of discipline growing out of a letter written by l Noral Maurice. General Maurice 3 Haiti or. Bonar Law raised two Tho question of mall Leary discipline involved in writing such a letter and the question of veracity of ministerial Cic neral Maurice lust Mouth was transferred from the British War of Rice to Active duties in the held. His position us chief director of military operations was taken Over by Oen eral Lead Cliffe formerly chief staff officer of the Canadian army and chief of Tho British military Mission at italian Headquarters j shortly before his Transfer general the interests of the conservative Par a Aliice in one of his customary week-1 to. Yl0 repudiated mils accusation and by interviews with newspapermen stilted that u Al Nellt occasions the made remarks which were considered order a 1. A i Porter a the Liberal in some quarters As reflecting on Gen .,.,., Wnm he at a w 1 so Man. Eral Foch. The comma Ider a chief of thy with Tho principles of Orang Elsm. I at the Orvii Elm j the friends of William furn him i that is those who live within the radius that fresh fish can travel from f Nti Ilina Island have been living on fish. They liked it first because it was a souvenir of this prowess with roil and reel of their Friend second because it was delicious tuna third land not least i. Ziec Esfi it was free. When the making of that gripping lox photo Randi the Price of in which Kornum plays the Star role Vas completed the actor packed his rods and reels Ami went off on a Piscat orial tool to Cataliua Island the Gem of the Pacific and Mecca of All High powered Luik Wal tons. This picture is at the orpheus. Sliawa May 7.-11. C. Hocken. In Mac for West Toronto continued the debit on he budget in Tho House this afternoon. Or. Hocken spoke of the patriotic work of the Orange order. Out of members in Canada he said sixty thousand had gone overseas with the army. / or. Hocken repudiated the suggestion that there had been any unfair criticism of Quebec. The Orange order said or. Hocken. Had been accused of being a hidebound political organization serving Ottawa. May 7.-the opening of the first morning sitting of Tho House this Susslon was marked by. A series of questions to Tho government respecting cancellation of exemptions for military service. Or. Edwards Drew attention to a report that fourteen exemptions had been granted in Hull to men Between 20 and 2. Years of age. Major general Mew Bairn replied that to had already communicated with the military service Council in regard to the report. The military j service Council had no knowledge of it but was having it investigated. A was presumed that he cases wore those of men who had made claim for exemption prior to the passing of the order in Council. Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Are the tribunals still sitting they Are sitting sir Robert Borden replied in respect of men not be Weon he Ages of 2 and 22 incl blvd. Any exemptions granted or pending of men Between these fees were automatically the combined Allied forces at one Point of the interview he Drew a parallel Between the situation on the Battle fronts in France is it. Stood then and the Battle of Waterloo when Wellington was awaiting the arrival of general Maurice then asked Flint is happening to Blucher what has become of the reserves on the following Day general Haig. Commander of the British forces announced that French reinforcements had reached the British front and this was taken As proof by military critics that general Maurice s intimation that Foch was slow. In coming up was unjust. F e is for the Midway arrangements Scro recently Mado whereby the whip a new Aud novel Riding device will be exhibited at the coming exhibition. This sensation requires a space of 85 feet Long and 45 feet wide. It carries 12 cars which Uro travel Long around a platform and the Ilder receives a fascinating sensation which causes a desire to continue Riding All the Olnie. This new novel invention appeared at Coney Island two years ago and was considered by every one to be the Mot up to Date and improved Riding device Ever exhibited at an amusement resort. The committee Lias gone to considerable open so to Souro this device and it is Hood that Tho Public will appreciate the association s efforts in trying to get rides and up to Dato Midway attractions for the exhibition. Many other new attractions will also appear on Tho Midway Aid the Public can rest assured that they will see a Over Tho previous be afro in the matter of attractions. Washington. May 7. Further information reviewing How critical the food situation in Germany has become reached Tio state department in sem official despatches. The new ration committees of the Rele Stag and Lang tug have Boon holding daily betting at on Tho situation. Tho question of reducing Tho present rations has not been decided. It is indicated there is Small Hope of Relief from the i Kalne where the Large cities Are buffering from insufficient food. Even if i Krasnian supplies Are obtained it will not give an increase in the food ration. An official report made Public in Germany on May said there were twelve thousand carloads of Grain ready in Rumania for shipment to Germany but even if it is transported it will do no More than to prevent a reduction in food allotments. In closing or. Hocken said that the separate school supporters in the interests of National Unity should a i cent the situation As it was. The onus for bringing about this i Unity rests upon the leaders of Quebec province. Replies with heat lion. Or. Lemieux who followed replied with Homo heat to or. Hocken. Declaring that it was not his do sire to listen to lectures on loyalty from the Orange order. The French Canadian was just As Good a citizen As any British bom or any Canadian born resident of Canada. He would Tell or. Hocken what the French canadians expect. They expect the president of the Pray Council to provide a special censor to strike out of the Orange Sentinel the incendiary articles that appear in that publication every week. We do not Onset said or. Lemieux to the existence of the Orange order but we do object to that order trying to monopolize the loyalty of Tho he went on to say that the St. Eau Baptiste society St. Andrews society and St. Patricks society Are just As Loyal As the Orange order. Backed Bya reputation table vhf ten can Matt the Canadian Salt co limited at the Majestic i m i Ottawa May 7.-Hon. A. K. Mac lean has Given notice of the following addition to Tho budget proposals that it la expedient to provide that a War of also tax be levied collected and paid on All cd Noinetz graph moving picture films positives one and one eighth of an Inch in Width and Over of fifteen cents on each film Cor each Day i flu which Stum film is \ Laid Over Winnipeg May 7.-the Manitoba government has shelved for hit period of the War the question pre automatic telephones for tha government Telephone system in Manitoba. To the expense involved was the chief reason for the change not being made at presenta t \ a Ottawa May 7.-considerable opposition was advanced in the railway comm Ttoe of the House this morning of a Bill introduced by j. Denis of Jol lotto for tin incorporation of the Montreal Jollota and transcontinental Junction railway company with a capital Stock of $1,500,000. R. L. Richardson Winnipeg and w. F. Mac can protested against the repeated hawking of Charters. Tho granting of Charters to persons and companies who had no intention of carrying out Tho work was absurd they said. Hon. Frank Cochrane stated that if the Money for the work was forthcoming she thought the Road should be proceeded with. The Bill was reported. What a wonderful career is that of May Robson. Who comes to the Majestic tonight and wednesday night in her latest melodramatic farce a Little bit presented by Augustus i Tott. How steadily and brightly this Star has shone in the theatrical firmament for Over a score of years. The Joy of living is still Here blended with the satisfaction of Fine achievement and Tho priceless Wisdom of Ripe experience. In a Little bit she is seen As the devoted tender hearted humorous wife whose Early Vicissitudes and ultimate Triumph furnish the motive for the play. The character is Rich in Beauty and intensely human and afford the Star unlimited Opportunity to display her rare Art. The Story is most entertaining. There is laughter throughout the in Tiro action although at times there is n Louch of quaint sentiment. A Little bit old fashioned is new and novel and provides an evening of rare enjoyment of a kind that will repay everybody. At starland the judgment House n Masler piece of screen Art taken from sir Gilbert Parker s famous novel of Tho same name and picture sized and directed by Tho famous j. Stuart by Nekton. Who has produced so Many exceptional features will be the attraction at., Star lain for Tho last times tonight. This picture is. Without doubt one of the very Best Over shown in the City. On wednesday and thursday car Lyla Blackwell and june Al Vidgo will lie seen in a splendid drama. The. Page the a Troy of n Young englishman who takes the blame for his brother s loss at cards emirates to America and finally takes a position As janitor. About the same time a girl in America is forced into a Loveless marriage escapes on her wedding night and after Many tips and Downs is finally forced to take i position As housekeeper in the buro where the englishman is Tho janitor. This happens to be her husband s Mountain Lodge although she does t know it. The husband is later shot and from this on the mystery deepens. The Story is one to hold the attention from Start to finish. Pm press 1 j tonight la mme. Petrova in the according to reports gathered by financial and railway agencies in the City wheat seeding in Southern Alberta was on saturday night 90 to 100 per cent finished. North the seeding is finished but in Tho South and Eastern part of the District there is some land yet to be seeded to went. The oat crop 1s 20 to 05 per cent seeded according to locality. Barley and flax percentages Are somewhat lower. Provided Good Rains Are received shortly Tho flax acreage on new breaking will be very heavy. A reports from Calgary this morning wore that it was raining there and Tho Farmers Are hoping that the Lethbridge District will be visited before Long. Tho precipitation in May 1917, was Only nine tenths of an Inch which is away below the ten year average. This Zalsos the Hope that this year s precipitation in May will at least be up to the average of about 2 1-2 inches. Mask third Petrova picture a baffling mystery. Is ratified i. Keyifli Lieut. Tommis reported wounded a week ago Bibb been sent to pie Hospital according to Tho casualty la St. He remained on duty when first wounded but later it was discovered that his wound was so serious that he was forced to go to Tho Hospital. To. Louis Brennan Coleman is reported seriously ill and pet. Stanley Montib puncher Creek is reported missing Bye election Winnipeg May 7.-at the special meeting of the. Shareholders of the Northern drown Bank held at Tho head office this morning Tho proposal for amalgamation with Tho Royal Bank of Canada was unanimously ratified. What the press agents say at the Empress there have been mystery stories and plays of Many and various degrees of complexity but the mystery which surrounds the death of Wood Ruffe Clay in the life mask in which mme. Petrova appears at the enl brass tonight is the most baffling of All. Even Clavys Beautiful but unwilling Bride. An left mme. Petrov suspects herself of having made away with Tho Man Whoso death she would London May 7.-in the South Hare Ford Bye election to replace Captain we. Calvo unionist deceased the vote stood c. T. Pulley coalition 3260 t. Preece Farmer candidate can. Steamer sunk new York May 7.-word was received today of the destruction of tie Canadian steamship Medora this Calno in the Marino insurance Coin Pirty. f d. D. A the liquid Wash for skin disease to have witnessed such remarkable cures with this soothing Wash of oils that to offer you a bottle on the guarantee that unless it does the same for you it costs you not a . D. Kigiu Bethani & co., ltd., druggists. Advertisement. To night and wed. Night Augustus rat of inc. Presents a melodramatic farce. By Anna Nichols prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c, $0c last times tonight j. Stuart Blackton presents sir Gilbert Parker s famous novel the judgement House an exceptionally Fine production. Don t miss it. No Advance in prices. Wednesday and thursday world pictures present Carlyle Blackwell with june Elvidge in the Page mystery also Keystone comedy and screen Telegram. A . Fox production tonight the Price of silence Many 8oenaa,n this remarkable picture illustrate the splendid Power for Good of
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