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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 22. 1918 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVH R LABOR f Ottawa, April 22.-TIiik whs the Inst J>rivalc members day of tlio HOHaion of the ho-.ise of commons. From now on novernraent iJUHinoHs vitl have j)re-i'ortcncfi over othor buslnosg with )hn exception that.,a date wiil I>o net iinurt tor further (lisciission of W. P. Nick-le's resolution ealliiife for thri abolition of hereditary titles and Mr. R. Charl-.son's amendment, wliich would wipe out all titles iu Canadar Whsn the house met today the first report of the'gpocial committeH to inquire into penHions made by Jton. IJ. W. Hou'ell, chairman of the committee. The report eontained the rocommendalton that the committee .should ask for leave to sit when the house Is in session. Replying to a question by Mr. Leni-leux, Mr. Rowell explained that while it wa^ tlioughl advisable to ask for tills privilege,'the committee would endeavor to complete its labors at niornlng^ttings. At question time, Mr. Sinclair ol' Antigoniiih asked for the cost of operating the food control department, including BalariCK, temporary employment, iiavelling expenses ixnd services of all kinds from the date of tlic organization of the brunch to December I!)I7. Hon. Mr. ('rerar, JlOO.l.'.O." Mr. Sinclair asked if any claims bad been preferred agalnit the government (n connection sWith the C.N.U. which wore not specified at the time of purchase. The answer wftB, "No." Mr. Lemieux wa.s told that the gov-ernmont had under consideration legislation to compel motor boats to be used for salmon fishing to be equipped with muffferji. Alien Labor H. S. ClelBients proposed resolution respecting alien labor was taken up by the house. This resolution provides tliat all regulatlonii. and or^Iers in council respecting; alien labor in Canada shall be conKolidated into one uniform law, but that in framing sucli BY the remarkably few great masttrs of pianoforte construction the end sought has ever been to secure purity and mellifluous quality of lone ia association with resonance, pnw�r and durability. Given the proper materials and highly' sklifed mechanicians the proposition would, to the ordinary lay mind, seem comparatively simple, but, neverthe-Ifis.q, In all Europe and America, among t|ie thousands of viiriotiOB ct pianos, those of really predominating distinction do not exceed a scant half-dozen. The secret of that distinction has been, is, and must ever lie in each case, in one individual, the Master Mind with a perfect knowledge oC what materials-oF what mechanism, and-above all-iwhal additional essentials are requisite to secure that extraordinary elusive quality-perfection of tone, and .where"that combination has been attained---in the halt-dozen instances referred to-positive indlfidualism of characteristics has been dearly in ijvidence, characteristics differing in kind, but without appreciably affecting the distinction of perfection gained. The Oerliard Ueintzman Piano- is a notable instance to serve as an exainpie. It stands in relation to other Canadian pianos as do the famous violins of the unrivalled old masters to those of modern production, i It stands in a class by itself. That it does so is due not ftierely to Its excellence but also to a characteniatic difficult of description, but peculiar to Gerhard Heintzuuin piano.s, and therefore dllustratlve of lhat individualism to which we have already insistently referred. GERHARD HEINTZMAN PIANO STORE Agents for Lethbrldge and District. . 414 Fifth Street South Xext Door to Orpheum Theatre. loRlBlation due regard should bo lieli! to the local conditions and nocds of the different parts of the Dominion. Speaker Uhodcs announced that while this resolution was iind^r discussion, consideration would also bo given to two others along somewhat similar lines. The first of these moved by W. K^^MacLcaii, south York, provide* that Klieus of enemy birth resident in Canada should bo conscripted by the government i'or industrial pur-pones and be leased to employers on such terms as will maintain the atoii-(lard rate of wag(!s in Canada, wliile limiting the wage to be paid such alien for bis own use to soldiers' ^lay. Tlie Hocojid re.solulioii which stands in the name of George U. Nicholson on the order paper proviiles tliat in tlu.' ojitn-ioii of pnrliainent the muikeil sliorl-ago of labor for agric-ultural and Industrial purpose:: in all i)arts of the country, provides ample Justification for the introduction of a complete and comprehe'isive system of conipulsor.y registration and direction of the conn-try's man power. Speaking in'support of his resolution H. S. Clements said he was (Issirous lhat the gbye^nnient Bhould take action without delay in connection with the alien situation. Must Be Enforced The order in council dealing with idleness mot the object of tn(> resolution to a certain extent, but tliis order iu council, said i'\!r. Clements was not worth tho paper it was written on tinlesB rigidly enfoi'ced. Mr. Clements advocated the taking of a census of all the aliens in the rounlry together with their property holdings. He said that sucli a census would not only show tliis element in the country that the govcrnniont meant business Imt it would also be useful in connection with immigration after the war. Use Every Altsn In view of what Germany had done, he said, there was no reason why every alien enemy should not be conscript- BELIEVES KITCHENER PRISONER OF WAR Canadian Who Was On Hampshire Says Kitchener Got Into a Boat We are Showing a Nice Assortment of Go Carts AND Sidewalk Sulkeys MRS. DQOlin ADVICE TO WORKING filRLS Milwaukee, Wi;!.-/'I wish all girls who work and jsuffer from functional disorders would profit by my advice land take Lydia E. I Pinkham's Vege-I table Compound. Before I was married, when 1 came home from woric at night, I would be just worn out with pai ns which dragged me down. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-jkjund and it made me feel like a new woman. I can work from morning "until night and it does not bother me, and I wish all girls who suffer as I did would try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound."- Mrs. H. DooLEY, 1135 25tii Street, Milwaukee, Wis. Working girls everywhere should profit by Mrs. Dooley's experience, and mstead of dragging along from day to day with life a burden, give this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink-�am's V^etable Compound a trial, it has overcome just such conditions for thousands of others, and why not for you? For special advice, wnte I^dia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of their'40 years experience is at your sorrica. Brantford, Ont.. April 22-Chief Potty Oiricer Percy \. SmitSi, wlio was -on Kitchener'.'^ cif.-uli trip, is visiting the city and dC'claros iiis (Irm belief that T./ord Ivluhcner \% a prisoner of war in C'.crnuiny. Hinilh, as a lad of sixteen, v;i'iii from i?rant-ford and enll.sted in tlu' !iiiii.!,ii army and was a ve'eraii of (;en. French's "little old conteniplibIfK." After being severely wounded, lu> uausferred to the navy and after lioing on a c.oasl patrol, was dratteil to ii. Ai. S. llainp-sbire. which sailed for liiirisia v,-itli Lord" Kitclienfir as a .�ipcciai wnr envoy. Tiie -ship slriifl; a mine and Smith heard the call. ".ATiilie way for Lord Kitchener." 'I'he latto- (jntered boat No. 3 which was not, again seen. Smilh clung to mmo Hrcck.ige iind was saved, being one ni (iili-tnun. lie talks of a "mj;stery crpft." in I lie neighborhood of "the Hampshire when it was struck and sliiiinclily iifTirms his bolief that Lord Kitchener was rescued and taken to (IcrMian.v as u prisoner of war, yniiili is on uiek furlough here. TUESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS lbs. GootJ Fresh Carrots, 7 ' Tuesday ................\ Swede Turnips, 12 lbs. Tuesday .................. Kino Beach Raspberry Jam, 4 Tuesday ....................... Finest Loose Cocoanut, lb, Tuesday ................... Bottles Goodwillies Red Raspberries Tuesday ....................... lb. pail 25c 25c 95c 35c 35f White Naptha Soap, 7 bars " Tuesday......................... Blue Ribbon Coffee, 3 lb. packet Tuesday ........................ No. 1 Purity White Flour, 49 lb. sack Tuesday .......................... B. C. Fine Sugar, 10 lbs. Tuesday ........................ Dr. Rusk's' Chick Food, 4 lbs. Tuesday ........................ 50c IJO 3.15 1.15 25c Deliverie* Ev�ry Hour Phone 3 13 EM : ? : : : name is withheld, who nn ;.' ro-: cent voyage lo Kurope slifllcl : an", sank a Gaiinan subiiuirln". > 'I'hc skipp'er '.v:is awarded (lie : !). O. for lii^ work. ? steanu-r was w.'ll witliin tiie : war zone when the forward > lookout sighted a submarine ! > on the surface only a short dis- I > tanco ahead. Travelling at full I speed she rammed the U-boat, i : (li.sabllng the Gorman craft, i ? but not sinking her. The sub-- i > ma?'ine was .slielled until it > sank. ? �.?*���:.: ? ^l^ � ? : > ? � WORKERS JOINING - IN GREAT NUMBERS c. \ I niG SYSIEIli IS lEO London. April 22.- (Via Reuters Ottawa Agency)-Sir George Cave, the home secretary, speaking at Kingston-On-the-Thames, Satyrday. said that since the great offensive began workers liad joined up iu greater numbers than ever and the effects of sirikes of which we used lo bear so much and now hear so little was of the smallest. Tho total time -lnatie Thunderbolt GLORIOUS! That Is the Only Word That Adequately Describes A Mighty Drama of the Northland Featuring Mitchell Lewis, the giant of "The Barrier" ill a f%htlng, loTing, daring role. MISS PEGGY O'HARA THE fRISH NIGHYiNGALE The Girl With the Golden Volce^ a Singer and an Artist TONIGHT -ThedaBprain "Her Double Li�' A FOX MASTERPIECE IN 6 ACTS. ALSO SOME SPLENDID COMEOY, TONIGHT ANO TOMORROW ARTCBAFT PICTURES PRESENT MARY PICKFORD IN 'A BOLD, BAD KNIGHT" Christie Comedy 25 Cents . - THE UITLE PRINCESS - - 10 ?e�b 8573 ?3671?54 ;