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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3,1918 THE LETHBnWOE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIV1 PASS LETHBR1DGE CHARTER AMENOTS (Hperial tu the Kdmonton. April a.-The bill mend Ing the l.eth bridge city charter was Wednesday In thf municipal law committee after approval had been given the city to levy n flmir space tut or a tax on a rental basis which rv>r method wan preferred. W. 8. Hall represented the city. MOTHERS, LISTEN I When work exhausts your strength, when your nerves are irritable and restless, when ambition Ian and you fed rundown, you need and need quickly the rich, creamy, flourishing f -tod in SCOTT'S EMULSION to check your wasting powers, en* liven your blood and buMd up your nerve force. Scorris help- an McLean has offered for nervire. In Canada to quell insurrection or riots, the services of the battalion of Winnipeg Infantry under his command, a battalion of fr.!l strength and comprising JO per cent returned soldiers. Colonel Mclean recently returned from overseas service. SPEED UP DRAFT Washington, Apr. 3.-Measures to speed up the draft program are in contemplation and an official announcement is expected soon. The intention Is to meet the emergency in France. For that reason the 800,000 men called this year, will be called more rapidly than was previously planned. War department official* said no arrangements were in sight looking to calling out more than the 800.000 man it was planned to take into the service. TWO SHIPS SUNK, 50 ARE MISSING London, Apr. 3.-The steamer Con-argo was torpedoed In the Irish Sea on Sunday morning, according to the TCvening News today. This vessel is a British steamer of 41311 tons gross and owned by tho Commonwealth or Australia. At about the same time, the newspaper states, tho Greek steamer Sal-amina, of 'J1U tons was sunk by gunfire. About fifty men are reported missing from the two vessels. FIRE DAMAGES ONT. SHIPBUILDING PLANT Toronto. April 2.-Fire, believed to be due to defective wiring, broke out in the shipbuilding plant of the Thor-ion Works on the water front at the foot of Hathurst street, shortly before six o'clock this evening and the fine plant and contents with the exception of one practically completed ship ready for launching were destroyed. The loss is placed at $400,000 with Insurance to $200,000. / HONOR AMERICANS Londou. Apr. 2.-The Carlton clnb, the principal Conservative club in London, has voted honorary memberships for twenty American officers who are to be nominated by Walter lltnes Page, the American ambassador. Previously the only outsiders admitted to the club have been General Botha, premier of South Africa, and Sir Robert Borden. FRENCH SENDING REINFORCEMENTS . TO BRITISH LINE Washington, Apr. .1.- An Indication that heavy French reinforcements Rre being brought up rapidly to the polrt on the Western front where the Hermans appear to have concentrated their strongest efforts to break through, is carried in information received at the British war mission today. The French forces, it was said, have extended their line to Tlipnncs, near the Lucer Kiver. This enables the British to shorten their own line and to concentrate their forces. Hun Loaaea Heavy London, Apr. "There is no wheat crop be $2 a bush el. The suggestion was accepted without comment by the hoaro. Mr. Fisher was supported by oilier grain men in bis suggestion I lint a diversion charge be made legal for grain diverted by the grain supervisors^ Tli-suggestion was opposed by the Vana. dian council of agriculture. Dr. Maglll halrinun of the grain supervisors, opposed tho suggestion that the board of supervisor* ask for power to control flour prices. Dr. Ma-gill thought this would infringe on the powers of the food control board. Much discussion followed on this suggestion. Hon. George Langley, Saskatchewan, and A. K. Godfrey, chairman of private elevators section of tho Winnipeg grain exchange supported this move. A private meeting of the board of grain supervisors was held this afternoon to consider the various recommendations made at the public meetings. contempt ' Winnipeg which was the natural flelo ior the coo) of Alberta. The deputation which numbered about three doxen operators represent ed the Western Coal operators association, the Northern Alberta Coal Operators Association, the Drumheller Association, and independent mines. 8. B. Woods. P. L. Naismith. A. J. Lovatt, Montreal (North American Collieriest. and S. L. .Madl(�."-MML ~ Umax, U leash Streak that they felt strongly tbst the government should have control of the utility, and that the matter had been taken up with ths Dominion government. He was hopeful they would get control of the natural resources, and alluded to hi* visit to Ottawa, and tha conference that would be held lu regard to the matter at mid-summer Alluding to a report that had been given out after the confefence In Ottawa he declares: that no matter what the cogl mine owners might have asked be made no suggestion tlwt American coal should he shut out of the Canadian market. He believed they could meet that competition if placed on a fair footing, and he' ssid he'went-ed to tall the mine owners that the business had not been organised to meet tan competition. H1AD CANADIAN bid cross rbsi0ns Loadaa. April I.-Colonel Madgette, Canadian Had Cross ML MAKES GOOD BLOOD Potlthrs) Convincing Proof Many ao-called remadlaa for anaemia ars only so in nam*. Their mek-srs an af raid to prove their claims by tslUng what their anedicinee contain. Tha only way ta be honest with tha people is to 1st them know whst they are payingfor. Hare is tha Vinol formula, whan the doctor knows what n medicine contaiaa, it mags to bs s "pattnt" medicine. H Cod Uveread *-f Pisi****. Irs* eag " atsas***** >�sf-its, InaaaS Ajb-*j-law CltnM, Uss* aaA Sees Slye*re> > gae*�k*l�s, Csessris. Any doctor will tett'yon that tha hv gradients of Vinol, as named above, will enrich ths blood and banish anas* mla snd crests strength. Wharf tha blood is purs and rich and red, tha body is strong and robust Ton can pro** this at aw enpsnsa becsuse your monsy will be returned if Vinol does not Improve your health. J. O. HIOINBOTHAM * CO*. LTD. Druggists, Lsthbrldgo Also at tha Nat druggists in ail Alberts towns. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WORLD^PICTURES PRESENT Clara Kimball Young 'Without a Sour Also "BLUFFING FATHER* Strsnd Comedy, snd "MUTT ANO JEFF" CARTOON "CANADIAN TOPICAL REVIEW Admission 20c snd 10c TONIGHT LAST TIME Your Lsst Opportunity to See the Big Wm. Fox Production, Prices 15c-JSo THE HONOR SYSTEM TEN ACTB A photoplay apposing On ths higher elements of hwnnnitjf and civilisation. Mlaa MaKenaie in papular aengg. Tomorrow- Bessie Bsirtaaolo in "BORROWED PLUMAGE" snd Wm. S. Hsrt in "TM� KNIGHT OP THE TRAIL." MJUESTI& THURS. Apr. 4 THIS WEEK First Screen Appearance af a Noted Beauty GOLOWVN PRESENT* Itaxing Eflkrtt F IN By Ral Cooper Mearue and Irvln St Cash A^ttery af a Wife's Loyalty end MBla} BualnsaV5 \ PRICES, NIGHTS; Main Floor, any a*at.....SSs BnkMity, any ssat v........SSs ChlMran, any seat.........IBs Matlnan Saturday, any seat tta CWMrofl 082228 83 657?0?9? ;