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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta W^HNRSDAY. APniL 17, tOtK THE U'THBRIDGR DAILY IIKHALU PAGE PIVB ONLY MEDICINE 6. T.R. MADEFPFRUII^ THREATENS Extraordiniry Success which "Frolt-a-tires" Has Achieved STOP GREASING THE RAILS. (Chapin In thn St. Louix RppulilU' ) Random Notes of a Country Schoolmaster Second Inttnlment Tho clillrt who MiiffiMn ilv most In llic rotintry schixilii ror lack of ado-niato Instruction. 1 fault ol thr H'a   1 nless citizens are asHuniliiR thi th ]jo(mI of Itallrotid SlatioiiiiK I road Kniiiloyes Alliaie e \\,i here last night. ".\ .Teneral eohiniin. . .,; i^rliood of Uailwav si.ii Kallroad Kmploye.-i Alli.iii. . entire system of llii' Ci.miI , Hallway llties from IViMupI lo Valparaiso. Inili.ui.i m withdrew tonight fien wlilcli have been ni I'o'iiiwiiip 1 een uiiahle to get iyny definite nmlei .,) .id jn^- with the company. rresideni Knlien .Veil (iresided at. the meetinr nf ihe dele-gates, who (laim tn re British t'oloulos, France, . the I'nlted States ami nil democratic is not always "too busy". The chll dren who are helped and encouraged at home are leaders in (heir classes, be they bright or dull. ThQ little touch of earnestness of purpose and a vision .superior to that of their tiiore thoughtless mutes who arc not so strengthened. This difference, so marked lo the the teacher's eye. is (lulte a.i frequently seen in the children of the very poor; tor r.s a class poor piKiplc most appreciate the common sthools as they know what a struggle il is to keep the children in sriiuol long writing. It establishes muscle control and the beginning of tho arm niov�menl. Always train the larg* motor muscles In smMl children, ollni-Inatlng especially- everything (tiat could strain the delicate muscles of the eye. Such a very sfntple. eh�ap and easy gift to give i little one is a'pair of blunt pointed scissors, yet no tew children have a pair Ihelr very own. Of course, he wlH probably t^ cut- ting his own or the baby's bans" at least once, itry to think whether you I paaa the buck. ever knew a child that escaped this | There are many ways in which citi-enough to secure even an elementary trick). There Is no doubt at all, that zens mav do their bit. If they are con-education, [before he gains any faculty worth vinced of the imperative need of Oddly enough, too. tills special ear- speaking of. he will cut thousands ftf | proving tlu-ir citiionshlp. as they tion Of tnc pnrase. l... etrulency ex- .-ountrles against herclitary privileges pen is one who got other.^ to wfcrk j,^ ^^i^ this reeling had for hlin. rrypp, ;,,a bar-must demonstrate Ins capacll.v to ,,,,^ ,, succes.slve holders, shoulder Ills reaponslhlllty In the fight. j,,. ,,,a,. j^^ answered in the H� cant be n vicarious citizen. H� negative must do his full duty, not that ha may ! jjr. King: "is it not n new policy to be applauded by hia fellows, but that ,,ake a hereditary title in a family he may poaaeea an approving con- exclusively domiciled In the colon-science. Citizenship in Canada to- i^,p�> day is a question of ethics. A man j jir. Bonar Lnw: "tt is not a new must search his sou! and come to grips ,ollcv. No title has been conferred with the still, small voice that tells except with the knowledge and approv-hlni what Is right and what Is wrong. :,| of >the prime minister concerned." In that struggle every citizen will i ------- � either win or lose ills soul. He can't I �: >! * GETS THREE MONTHS \\ iiiuilieti. .\pril IT .1 (I .sunt/,, nil ,.||lp|(iyee tif llle ll,lIli^ Id (lllir.v:i 111 Kiiiersoi,, .\l,in . was this Illol-tlillg selllell. ed te three iiiiinMiH in jail liir llie Ihefl Id .�IIIMI from ~ tlie li.ilili The lllefM I live; r.J il perillll el two .\eiirs. ? ? ? -ii!a!e. .Mr W.'nle. will) Is ;i sHlilen; of by-;;iiiie 'i Ihe fir.'place if llie setiitiK �iis ae- Cil'Mle "We liave ^i>ne \n all the trouble and e\)ii.;jse o' ha\.nK everythinn riylit. even m the laiing of straw In the thaiihed niof. and I think we should get ,1 warming pan. ' il'Hlared Mr W'arde "Properly si outs " were then s[ aim tlinnigli liifoniintiori offered by one of fhem. the Thanlimiser Film Corporation wai able to borniw a warming pan from a Klfith .\venuo collector. �\''arming pan.-. ' explained Mr. Warde. "were used In the old times- as they are in many old-fashioned places today-in Wales, for Instance to lake the chill off beds before �he retiring hour in the evening. Sonie-llmes they are called foot-warmers." I V. ill hi\i' first heal prf'lent at ieii 1 .It Ihe Matesiie llnMlre le XI Moiid.iy , nil I le d.'v , \|ir and - '. .\neiii.: Mie iniestinns draniat jeah v ; in-\i.ered ill thi- widely heralded siat:e ]ire.|lli ; Inn are 1, lnve lieeessary in nuitri.it'e ' � lilies love ee-iie iifti^r I liiai ri.m.e' � il liKhl tn KiV" up tile I .ill ; 111 n.i'iii" and ni.irry for iiie.iiei, � and iii.iui, idhei> Kalpli T. ' iie'ieiint; ,iiiil l.iiriii ll.iuanl are re-� liett^ihle I'er Ihe jilav alid it I-, said III tell a lieaiilifii! stiirv 'if love and pailies It tells Id a Mill wlni niarrps ' .1 mail .iiid I:ien 'the ai.i rri.nje ijue Itiiin' 1 miei I,in 1,1 he deitly answered as II,e i.ii.il rurlalii fills. Ivl. \y. Iliiwlaiid has .is^mnbled a. 'strung ailing ennipain und have , en 'he phiy ,iii ehihnraie -etting. 11" I will give lis .-urli play- as � .\ llaiigli ' km- llf the Snii '.ind � Whii !i One Slmil I I .Marry.' later. The play is not a iiei-lioii pleiiire hut ,i innsi puwerliil siieiikllii; ilraiiui busy In rearing their young, delight Ing In their compuntonship and sharing Rinipiy and heartily in their  � .u � �!. j - u Tl"' Southern Alberta I.,and Co.. aist that others do the same. Here, amalgamated witii the Can !n the Interest of the common cause. Wheatlan.is Ltd.. under a new AT THE ORPREUM In tho Southern story told in picture form in William Fox's ".V Tortured Heart." Virginia I'earsou, that Southern beauty of filmland, has Just the role which befits her beauty and dramatic acting. For the tale unfolded In "A Tortured Heart " is filled with all the wholesomeness of the Southland and the beauty of Dixie all of which is impersonated in -Mias Pearson, whom a noted artist has termed "the most perfect American type of womanhood." At the Orph-euni again tonight. AT THE MAJESTIC Hall Caine's great drama "The Christian" will be offered for the last ^Ime at the Majestic theatre tonight, the performance starting at H.'AO. All seats may be reserved In advance. "THE MARRIAGE QUESTION" Kver since Ihe days of Adam and Kve. about the mott Intensely Interesting phase of human existence has been tlie iniestion of marriage. Ks-peiially lines tills apply to the feminine contingent, from the tact that from the lime a girl assumes the dignity that goes with shoe top dresses, her dreams, both waking and sleeping, are largely about the I'rinco Charming whom she will one day wed. In most cases, however, there is a most lamentable lack of knowledge about this perfectly natural process of the mating of the sexes, due to a perverted sense of false modesty, causing parents tu keep from their children all Information about this inii>ortant subject, frequently resulting in misery and unhapplness in married life. But now comes a boldly drawn play covering this topic, full of clean truths about "the tie that binds." It Is aptly called "Ihe .Marriage Question." and MAJESTIC Lut Tune Tonight; 8.30 Greater Vitagraph Offers Hall Caine's Greatest Play The Ghrlstlan With a wonderful cas^ Including Earle WOKanu and Edith Storey Prices -  - 50c, 3Sc, 25c growth, that they do not s ,>anny u .uauu.gan. a wealtf pass under the ^ The Irrigation scheme j product of Ihe reformatory. Across weaitu pas.s under the yoke of the^^,,.^ blocked by the war. is lol.i�- >.�." ----- .y"t'l� Unfe-tharthe'neV !w r^JL J "^3^ i? I H�"'� ready to use the water, that the full law Is obeyed. No one dare pass the buck. i ^^^^ which encourages cultivators. For Instance, the Government has ; J. w. .McLane. agent for the company passed an Order In Council relating j is in the dtv today, on business in to loafers, wherein It Is laid down as , connection with the work. He savs the hall from Prue lives a young wl dow. Ellen Hutherford. with iter little son Bobby. To Prue Ellen confesses that she is the daughter-in-law of the The system of payment for the lands i wealthy Rutherford. When his son married beneath his station the old man disinherited hini, and when the son died the yeung wife struggled WEHAVEAFEW Staude Mak-a-Tractors FORSALEAT $200each Ordm Matt Bt AcctaipaiuMl with DepMit Lethbridge Motors Uimted IklVlNTH eriltlT MUTH a principle that everyone in Canada should be engaged In some productive and useful work. A perfectly justi- j come In. fiable principle la the interest of | wiirning the War. and a necessary; provision in order that' more foodstuffs may be produced. Hero is an opportunity for passing the buck, but the honest citizen will not do it. And the diahoneat citiien muat be prevented from doing it. Again the rigid enforcement ot tho eating house and the hoarding and waate orders passed by the (Canada food board la a work of paramount national necessity. It is u matter uf pride for tho honest, se.lf-denylng and self-sacrificing eitl/.en to put himself under dlsiipiiue. if necessary, to obey the spirit and letter of these ordert>. His rights will he infringed by all who rei'use to obey, and U i.s hIa duty in order tp protect his own rights, and, therefhre, the rights ot all clll-xens. to Insist that other cltiaens, perhaps less ihoughttul, shall obey. The duty of the^ltlseu is clear. He must net pass the buck nor mutt he allow others to pass ths buek. All he has to do is to notify the police wherever he s�es an infringement of these necessary orders. And It Is well known that yew ��n't>as� tho buek to tho police. along as best she could to support the work is being carried forward and I herself and her baby. Out of work, that setflers are already beginning lo | she sends a letter to Rutherford appealing for aid. He refuses it. and KARrf THKIR KCKP Washington. April The wari department has decided to make the QennsA prlsonAf o( war now held la this oooBtiT to earn tbolr keep, Ordors were sent today to the arnty ottloors commsadlnt the enemy prison oaqips at Port MaoPherson and Ogle ^ikorpe, Ooorgtn. authorising them to; ulUlse the labor ot the 1S70 iDmatea In o<�a-plating a aow syaum ot roads about tho posts. t' M'Gill CONVOCAIN Montreal. April 17.-One of the brtol'est convocations In the history ot McQIll University was thut of yes terday for the sixty two students, who graduated from tlie faculty of medicine. The addresses all bore on the war and one of the speakers was Colonel H. i^. Hirkett, C. B., dean of the faculty of medicine, who was for three years In command ot number three (McOlIU Qeneral Hospital in Prattce. Tho prise w^ners In the graduating year were: Holmes Qold Medal tor highest aggregate in all subjects forming the medical curriculum. R. H. .McLaucli-Jll). Calgary; final year prizes for the highest aggregate in fifth year subjects R. R. 8tnither8. B.A.. Sudbury, Ont.; Wdod Gold Medal for best examination In all clinical branches. H. E. Skeets. Barbadoea. the rose that she enoioses from his lion's grave he throws Into the fire. 0 RPHEU TONIGHT AND TOMORROW M Charlie Chaplin IN "Easy Street Virginia Peanon IN A TORTURED HEART PMPRESC m A TONIGHT AND ij TOMORROW B. A. ROLPE PRESENTS THE INIMITABLE MABEL TAUAFERRO In Shannon PIfe'a "THE A Metro Wonderplay In B AeU.. Alao One of Those Pamouo Sun-. shine Comodloo In 2 Roolo "The Soft Tenderfoot" It's a ("ox and full ot laughter and the Latent Weekly, and Miss Alice MrKensle in an entire change of songs. Friday and Saturday The Big Seven Reol Spaolal Dorothy Dahon in ''THE FLAME OF THE YUKON" Bigger than "The Spoilers" and "The Barrier." TONIQHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS Frederick Warde IN 4000 MEN AVAILABLE Winnipeg, April 17.-It Is expected that betwaaa three and four thousand men will be available In this military district tSr aervlee under tho new order in council callint sinsle men from W to 3S to the coloi^. Tho military apsMt-Judges this morning oancatted forty exemption cases hara.  The Vicar Wakefield' Savon Rsole. Aide "ORUCI �AlRNSPATHin CARTOON"and Dmtmb White in Song cOhtii^oub pirpoiimance prom a40 to 11M p.m. ADMietlON Ma AND 10a MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS ONLY Next Mod. Toes* April 22ni23rd �0. w. rowland oppirs The the storv op A SOUt Marriage Question By Ralph T. Kottartni ami LartR A Play That Vay Oan Taiia Vasr MaUiar. tlalar. Wita ae OuiMl' hearttajkfcl^ Will NOT A MoviMO Ricrunil SI. Ml asto All 7524 ;