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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. APl^IL 22, 191K THE LFTIIBRIDGE nAIT.Y IIF.RALD PAGE FIVI DEMAND USE OF ALIENS FOR LABOR IN CANADA OHiiWH. April L'2 This nils thd l��t liiiviitp mpmiMrii rtny of llic huhhIoi) of lliB ho'.iHe (ft r'cnnmoiiii. Kroni now on Kovprninent buslii�>�(i yrft\ liavp iiri-ccrtuncB oviT other JhisIiipms >vltli ilm rxcoptlon that a �l�t�i will l>c x'-t aivni for further dlarunwion of W. F. Nick-Ir'n rr^onliitlon i'ulliiiK fur tbv nholl!!i>n of hnrodltary tliloH unel Mr. K. f'liiirl-fnnn nmandmeiit. which woiiW wl|>^ out all titles Id ('anada. Wf:nn thB houHo m�t tortay �lir flist report of thn npniiiil cnmmltfnit to liiquirn Into pniiHlonH f^an miide Uy }ion. .V. W. Tlowfll, ihalrmati or thn  �ti> il.'' liihor.s iit iiiorninK^dinR*. At qiieRtion fimn, .Mr Siiiclnir of AntlKOiilfh HskPd for thti crwt of oprr-atlnii Ihn food rontral diipartnient. Iii-cluditiK milarlffi, tpmponiry employ mptil. travplllng ixpetinnti .iiid ncrvi�>N of all klnda from thn dalp of tlip or-Ranlratlon of the hraiich to Ourfmlxir ;il. I�I7 Hon. Mr. l'r�>r�r, fl(iri,ir.9 " Mr titnrlalr aHkcil It any clalinH hml bpon prer�rrKard hliimlil hi' held to the lor;il cfHidllioim .�md lii'ids of the diffeitnt parts of the liomlnlon. Speaker Utiodi'S aiir.ouiKed llmt While thlK resolution wan iuid�i- dl.'trns-slon,  ouhlderatldti would .tImo ho Kiv en to twt) otli'Ts alon(? sotiiew lial sliii liar lines. Thi' fir!nt tlie muikecl slmri i\K>' of lB))or for HRrli uUiinil anl in dii.sfrlnl piirpi>se!' in ali )iarts of thrd and enllsU>d in ' anil was a veteran � "little old rontempi.l ing severely wound'. to the navy nnd after patiol, was draftei) .'nilth heard the call Lord Kltrhener' 11 hoar No. .1 which wa V the 1-finaikably few great nir.aH r� of pianoforte con ffriieiio!) ihe end souftbt has ever been to secure piii-Ity and mellifluous ipiallty of tone in association with resonance, pow/'r and durability. Given the proper inaterlal.s and highly skllTed me( hanlciai.s the proposition would, to the ordinary lay mind, .seem comparatively simple, but, neverthe li s.s. In all Kun-pe anil America. HinonK the thousands of varieties i;f plano.s. those of really prcdomlnatinK distinctiim ilo not e.vceed n .scant half-dosen. The secret of that distinction has been, i.s, and must ever be in eucli case, in one individual, llic .Mn.strr .Mind vvlth a perfect knowledge 01 what iiiHterials 01 what uiechanism. and -above all-*ha; additional essenllal.s ;ire rc(|iiisite to secure thai extraordinary e!u?iive qualify -perfection of tone, and -where that com-liinntloii lias been attained- in the lialf-dozi-n iuKtances rc-lerred to positive indtfidu.illini of characteristics hat; been clearly In evidence, charaiteristic.s differing in kind, but with nut aVl>rccial)ly affcclinf? the distinction of iierCcction gained. 'I'he Oilia-.d lleintznian Piano is a notable instance to terve as an e,vaiii)ile. It stands in relation to other Canadian iduiio.-t as ilo ilie fnmouK violins of the unrivalled old masters (it those of modern production.. It stunds in a class by il.solf. That it does so is due mil Inerely to Us excellence bill also fo n charactenistic difficult of description, but peculiar (� j 'ion to II certain cMeni. Ini' iliis orde, I saved, being on I ill ! S 1 Ian.It'll K 1  la V. it li -1'"' i,i 1 '\nI- en '' .1 mill' :in(i .Mii'ive -.iny fnr ' laller enleleil tot .ii'aili -ieen. � V. rei4>.iK'- .mil ",� lllll-Iee-l lie  raft. m t iie )I iiiT|i-iliire wlien :.!iiniiily allirms Kl' lull' r a. > > > * ? 1' ! .\ t'anadiaii;.- Pi.ii. .\l,;il 2-. There IS now In oor" a iliitisii sea ijjptaiii ,vi,.i. nun.' is � iliihetd. wlio .� ; � ' . 11' viiv.i..;.- lo I'lirolle I', ''.el ,'1 ' sank ,1 (.'� i.y.r.i siil.iiiai ii Till --kipp*"';- .'s .-luardel 1)1. 1) ^. 0 lor I'.. �oi:, '1 . sli-aiiiir w\\ 'I v^ifiiin 1; vi:. -/.line wio-.i (lie toruard lookout siciiii-ii ,1 siil.iii.irin.' on Ilie suilio I- iiiliy il filoM dla-tance ahead Tnivellink: .it full speed sue liiiiiiiieil ihe I'-boiit. ilisabltii^ til,. Cierniaii eraff, Imi not sinkiiii; lu-r The --11I1 niaiire \v,i>, .-loHod iintii It sank.  I ? : i who We are Showing a Nice Assortment of Go Carts AND Sidewalk Sulkeys fork and suffer from functional ,disorders would profit by my advice and take Lydia E Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, before I w*� married, when 1 came home fi^jm work at .nifiht, I would be I just worn out with pains which draggeu I me down. I took Lydia E. Finkham'-s .Vegetable Com-' pound and it made me feel like a new woman. I can work from morning until night and it dtK's not bother me, and I wish all glria who suffer as I did would try Ljdia K. Pinkham's VcKetable Compound." - Mrs. !I. DooLEr, 1130 2Sth Street, Milwaukee, Wis. Workinjt girls everywhere ahouH pirofit by Mrs. Dooley's experience, and aloni root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink-�urn's Vegetable Compound a trial. . t has overcome just such conditions for thousands of others, and why not for you? For special advice, write Lydia E. Pinkbam Medicine Co., Lynn. Mass. The result of their 40 years experiene* ia at your sorrica. instead'of draeginf;'along from day to day with life a burden, give this famous AT FROM $4.50 to $30 These Are Very Good Values C. G. Olander 824 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH SONS OF ITALY LODGE OP COALHUR&T Benefit Dance In Aid of Italian Refugees Will Be Held In Percival's HaU, Coalhi|rst On FRIDJiY fpril 26 Needs' Orchestra of Lathbridga Will Furnish the Music. Tickets $1.00 Ladies' Fr�e Refreshments Everybody Welcome GOD SAVE THE KINO down. It had been ali^^nliiieh iirovcu thSt some of these m n ai.. .Xustiians lleferrlng lo QiicIm'' inovine. Mr. fltiments �-Xiire�se(l Me- view thai there was no reason why from Oo.iMio to 75.0(M� French t'.ni.i.liaiis had not been sent fo ( olnmliia to assist In lumbering opi-rations ing the cutting on .--piiiie so much (lUlred by the allies lb' belicv. d tliat if they were to apeinl six iiioiHUs or n year in British rolumbia they would be hotter cltlzenn (ojiposition cries ot shaiue). WORKERS .lOIMNG ^ IN (JREAT NfMBERS London. Apii! _ J iVia K.-ntevs () lawa Agency 1 .-^ir (I.-otkc I'ave. ili home vecretary, -jji-aijiiiK al Kinpstoii | Oii-ilie Thames. .Saniiriay. ^ald that since the great olfeiisive hevraii workers had joined in Rre,i'.-r iiumber. tlian ever and Hi" eff.Tis of s'rikes of whicii we used to hear so mm h ami now liear so little was of the small.',-' The total time.iost anion,'; war worl, eis in strikes wa* riall> in iw'h. months alioiii iwenly-nve per ctsii: c. the tc^tal. SOUTH AFRICAN SOLDIERS TO VOTE tape Town. Apiil i;^. -((Via lien ters Ottawa .\geney ( ,\ joint f-ittini; of tlie assembly and senate, the first under the constitution, was held Wednesday last in order to eonside,r the bill amending the franchise act to enable tlie overseas members of the .^DUtli .\frlean .-outini;ent to r.-coril their votes outside the union. 1 J C. N. R. ACCOONl SYSTEM IS AIRED Toronto. Aiml 22,-The path of the C. X. Ii. arbitration today lay through an arid waste oi aciountancy. The evidence of ('. If. t'rquharl was lon-eltuled and fhailes A. Lutz, wlio has been Mentlfied with the work ot the interstate comn.erce comnii.ssion was called to ftirth. r explain the dark intricate corners of the whys and wherefores of railroad accounting. In cross ('.naiuination .Mr. rniuhart admitted that $�!tl.O(tO. us Pliown in lirldKcs and suhways In Wii'iiipeg had been left out of Prof. Swain's report throu?:h a cleriial error. He fiirlher admitted that rftrlolly speakinK an item of $41(1.niMi represi'ntint? materials ami rails on hand, should he in eluded in the stuleraenl ot the assets of the company. ANOTHER ENEMY OF HUNS (iauteinalu City. Uauteni.ila. April T:.-The .N'atioii.'il Assembly at Us session today declared the Uepuhli'' of Uuatemala lo orcupy the same position towaril the I'luropean bllllg-erents as does the I'niteii States. What Ihe Press Agents Say- BRAVE AMERICAN, VETERAN OF PRESENT WAR, PASSES AWAY Louisville. Ky.. April 22.-George ' n. Constant, 1> S.O., holder of Mie j (^ross of the Legion of Honor and the ' nelgian War Medal, ranmher of the original Trincess Patricias and later i a lieutenant in the Gordon Hichlund-; ers of the Canadian Overseas forces, i died suddenly at his home here yes-1 terday. His death resulted indirectly : from olH wounds received at La Ua's-see In IHl.'i. Conetaul won dlstlaction at the' second battle of Yprcs when a member of the Princess Patricias he was tak-' en prisoner with nine comrades dur- ] ing a German assault. Whilo being : marched to the rear under guard the , Canadians under his leadership over-1 ' powered their captors and returned | with them through tl:e Htruggling lines o( fighting men and turned them over 1 as prisoners. Th� exploit cost one of | the party his life while several of thei others of the party were barfly, wounded. AT THE EMPRESS "The .'^ign Invisible." is the big feature at the impress lonight. I)r. Uolierl Winston, u deeply religious in.iii. lo-ich his faith in Goany, drinks, reviles religion and be 1 omes despised by all decent folk e.x-cept .loanette, daughter of Hev. Kenc Merder. Jeanette is sought in mar-rtoge by Lu Daribeaii. factor of-big trading company. He robs lii.s customers and is hated by all. Uari-beau lays violent handi� on Jeanette and is badly beaten by l,ono Deer, a giant half breed whose eyesight and life are threatened as a result ot the fight. Knowing Winston lo be a surgeon, Rev. Mercier tries to gel him to op-crate to save Lone Deer's lit'o and eyesight. AT THE MAJESTIC The hollowncss Of the life of the EMPLOY OUR QUICK REUABLE SERVICE Our big furniture van and auto van insures careful handling with no jarring or sicratching your piano or furniture. Charges reMonable. THE MdEAN TRANSFER 'VE SIS SIXTH STKBCT SOUTH PHONC 1M7 With the Brlttab Army in rranee, April 22.-Baton Richtliofen, the German aviator, was ahot down and kitted tost night bacit of the Britiait tines along the Somma front. Details of the death ot tlia atman are laclting but a* thowlnt ttae temper of British officari, it may be aaid the corras-pondfDt beard tba ardent bopa ax praaaed that Ricbthotan died tightlng i in ao air battle with a worthy oppon-' eat, rather tiisu by batag ibot down by aati-aircraft guM. ^Tbe QeV'man 'tlytug cirvu*" leader will m> buried with military honors toda} itaar the aiwt where be crashed and ao impreakive ceremony is being ptai^oad by the British ofneiali. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8:30 AND TUESDAY NiQHT m. W. Rowland offera the Vital Piay of Springtime and Love Eternal The Marriage Question 1 Thia la Net a Motion Pjatura Prieaa .....11.00, 7�c, OOe, 2Se :t1v !,.r'-i:'(:. I- ;ibl> ( I HI' lion, Ihe .Maj. 'onlKlii. 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