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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. APniL 29. 1flJ8 THE rjnilBRIDGE DAILY HERALD --1...... PAGE FIVE l^.j____'......-_j_q Radical Changes in Code Affecting Moral Matters An English Poet on Canada arJ War Ottawa, Aiifll 2!).-Mr. Keeper l.i-tro.fluccul a 1)111 in tlic hoiiso this al'-\':rnoon to aiiinnd tliu Donuiiion KUiv-lloMK Act. Thi! bill ;�'uk!i to prnvkio I'licllitios I'ov iiillwayin: ji Id have tlioli volKH rcglBlci'od on elcclioii day. At llu! pruKent time Mr. i-CeiM'cr exiilniiu'd Sir Robert Hordeu ropliod that the mlniKter of niilltfn would have a statej-nioiit lo nmkc, on a later date. "I do not think," Bli' Uobcrt iiilded, "tliore in muterlul aviilliihle at present lo organize a l'''r�nch-c;Rna(Vi!Ui brigade. Tlie aug)53stion, iiov.'ovoi-, hiiK ham ill i-re.sonluit,' lii.'. bill a very larg.a | made tliat. there should be more itiiit'* | ininilier of raihvaynien L;re, diaVran- ' eliised owinrC to Iheir einployaienl.-Amcnd Crirvi'innl Act. Tlio ininistev of jnMlice introduced a bill to (iniond flie friminal Act in ri;t;ard to oTfoii-'v^H UKuinst riiara'l;.pericnces tiial are common In people, north or soulii, east or \: lint] amusing episodes lliaf every man 01 woman will ror'ogni/.e ar, liis or Iier j own iiiilividual experiences are j.Uown 1 in .'dai'guerite Clark's lalc-ii I'ara-! mciiiiV i)!cture. "Dab's Hurgiir" vvliich is aiiiicaring at Ktarland loiiiglii ,iiid tomor'ow. 'i'li'! youth Willi I lie budding iimiis- ' ji.iflic wiio gels dtisiHM'ati'ly ill on i -.moix'in.g Ills Uik; cigaj'; liie Iioar.linir , I school girl WHO spf'nds licr'y- :>' 1 lowance in a. nionili; ilie Hti'icr v.iin I I'tidor.-ilands bis girl's fretiuciil nwii li-irsis aad iiti::!(li by niroii;,-|i (iii:!-: ;;nd thin; all Uiose and m.iiiy mine aic found in .Mary Uineiiarl's clcc.-'r siory of ;i youiiifnl "suli-'.cb" wliirli appcur- clcvr-.- couiedian v.liom .Maxwell .Aniu.^'iii.'ni. f'o. wil pri'sent a! tlv Majestic (licaire iiex .Monday only. .May illli. in .laisu's .Mont, gouiciv's version of Freilcrii ].; l luiin': h'tesi work. "Xotliiiig But i|ie Truth.' .Mr. Figman wilt be si.'eu as a younj slock broker who bets flu money belonging lo his fiancee. iIili ill) will iio.sitively toil ilie truih fo .,,,..,.., t went y-four lionrs. He iiuilics tho be melodrama'ic I "�^'i'h liis jiartners and one of tliei. AT THE EMPRFS3 "The Spy," a seven-reel super-jiro-' ciilics ;vii'i\ c(iast lo t:oast. ll(n- post dueii(ni. '.'.iiiclt is coming to the Ihn-' ijim in the world of comedy is '.or today and tomorrow, con-1 ijonalily that of the very first rank, tains ;-!imc of the most intensely inter- .vii,,; j.; inieriuallrd in "her jiarticular csiiiig and liirilliug syrtcms of tlic i ,.ii;.j-actcrizatioiis. and she has brought present day. In America today Iliere ^ ii-,r,i-e joy ro the thoatro-going public are tiiousands uf men sneaking and ,],:,,, ;,|,y other star of today. Pos-lurking around to try and got aU Hie,,.,..,^.mid of a radiant jiersonality, sweet details possilile as to tin' movcaldes '__ of everyliiiug inrlaining to win fan'. ' ^------ ---------------- ----------------- .Many a pors^m has often asked, "Do ; you know lier, or do you Ituow bini?" � and .vet did you ever siop (o think tli,''i ; it is po.ssihlc for your n(!xt door noisli- j l)or to i) J a friend of tlie luiemy? Tin's ! spiM'ial William Fox production took i some consideralilc liuio to produce ia -there are no cheap " fillers" so it goes farther and you get more real soap for the money. Second, because clothes last lonfjcr when washed with SUNLIGHT. Isn't this important ? There are no injurious chemicals to harm the finest cloths-$5,000 i5ugrantee of this. At All Growers Made in Canada by LEVER BROTHERS LIMITSD TORONTO Little you'd care what T )ald at your feet, Bibbon or crost or shawl- What If I bring you nothing, swact, Nor maybe (omo homo at all? Ah, iyeit j'ou'Il know. Bravo Heart, you'll ktio.i Two things I'll have kept to send; Wine honour for .vhlch you bade me go _ ADd lay love-my love to tb^ etJ, AT THE ORPIYEUM Th.s is a story about 'Walter Law. j Walter weight L'lTj pounds, stands 1 MAJESTIC AT A ONE NIGHT ONLY Nexl, Mod,, May S A Sunday Concert WILL BE GIVEN BY MISS O'HARA UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE G.W.V.A., ASSISTED BY MEMBERS AND FRIENDS On SUNDAY, MAY 5th EMPRESS THEATRE DOORS NOT OPEN TILL 8.45 P.M. ADMISSION FREE A SILVER COLLECTION WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR BY MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION. MELVILLE RAYMOND i OriGIMAI. CO'-vP/ViV ME mi mk Wachington, April 23.-information received in an official quarter in Washington credits Ger-.-nany with having completed the construction of six super submarines of 1500 and 18C0 tons capacity, with a cruising radius lof 10,000 milis, and that six more of the same design ar^ being rushed to comV'etion. Germany has designed tho newer submarines, it was said, to be superior to destroyers. TONIGHT AND TOMOHROW I PARAMOUNT PfCTURES PRESENT MARGUERITE CLARK IN EMPRESS- THREE DAYS STARTING TONIGHT i Prices 10c-25c Dustin Farnum in AN . Tlt_ I iL'AStCH OF-A-- tlFETIME THE SECOMD OF MARY ROBERTS RINEHART'S "SUB-DEB" aTORIES. IT'S GREAT. DON'T 1V1ISS IT. Also "PRACTICE 'A^HAT YOU PREACH" Christie Comedy ADMISSION 25c AND lOc 2 Call Us! We Are At Your Service London, April 29.-(By Renter's Ottawa Agency-ijust night there., was intense and almost eeaspless-hostile artillery activity in the north. Great concentration of howitzers and field hatteries maintained a hurricane bom-1 bardment over wide sections of the allied front practically ail the way from La Bassee, northwat'.d to the south of lioutholst Forest. 'The Germans also kept up a furiou.s fire for nearly three hours on the front from Vimy to Lens. This morning the hombiirdments wore renewed on our line soutli of Voormezeelc and the French position in tho vicinity of Locre v,'as plastered with explosive shrapne'i. Documents .were recently captured allowing that the Germans counted on developing a regular drive toward the coast, tho time table whereof has al- i together gone to pieces. A certain (livision was due to ho at Mont Chat.s an Friday last, but this division instead of going forward moved backwards -to rest and refit. The Yoisng Ladies' Sodal-ky of St. Patrick's Church ARE HOLDING AN "AT HOME" m the S. 0. E.KaH Onion. Apr. 29 COMMENCING AT 9,00 P.M. 116-3 i PERTSOJj i YOU CAfi>JOT AFFORD TO MISS THIS WONDERFUL PRODUCTION. HOW THE KAISER OPERATES AND SECURES INFORMATION. DO YOU KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR? SEE "THE SPY." " NOTHING -BUT THE TRUTH! By James Montgomery from the novel of Frederick Isham. WITH THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST AND PRODUCTION.' THIS IS NOT A MOTION PICTURE. Prices $1.50, $1.00, .75, .50 Seats on Sale" All Day Saturday at Box Office. MAIL ORDERS NOW. MASS MEETING TONIGHT AT 8.3(/ P.M., IN THE MAJESTIC  TWO NIGHTS STARTING Tues.^ May 7 Augustus Pitou, Inc., Presents America's Foremost Comedienne MAY WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH [DWINI TREfi OF THE U.S.A. FOOD BOARD WILL SPEAK ON DISTINGUISHED PARTY OF CHINESE OFFICIALS.! Lethbridge Herald Job Department A Pacific Port, April 29.~A distinguished party of Cii'lncse officials and,their suites arrived on a trans-Pacific liner thits morning and pro-cseded'to various destiiiatloiis in the United States. The" party included the ChlnesQ Ambassador to Brazil, Yi Ding Shia with his family and secretary; Dr. Sin Yen, a leading educator, and former .Minister of Education Dr. Yuen Lin Fan; Mrs. Wellington Koo, wife of the Chinese ambassador at Wa.shington and Miss Chang Choa Han, director of the girls' school known as the Ciion Chow at Shanghai. A LITTLE BIT OLD FASHIONED A MELODRAMATIC FARCE By ANNA NICHOLS A Blend of Jlyster.v, Love, Laughter. Best uplo-the-minute play of the .season, overflowing, with humor and keen dialogue. Pilled with rapid action. MADE EFFORT TO STOP STRIKES .San Francisco, April 29.-Thomas J. Mooney, under sontence o" death for murdc-r in connection with tho Pre-paradnesB Day Parade bomb oxplosiftn , in 19-16, today .sent-a letter to President AVilsnn stating that he hus.niudo overs- effort to step the proposed general strikes plaimod �i his behalf for May 1. ''^ food CONSERVATION Calgary critic* says that Mr. Trefr would crowd the largest building there on 24 hours notice should he return. AND PRICES: $1.50, $1,00, 75c, 50c) Seiits on Sale All Day Saturday at Box Office. MAIL ORDERS NOW -ON the work of the red triangle Y.M. C. a. overseas WALTER LAW in "The Unwelcome Mother" A Wm. Fox All Star Production. A new photoplay with an InterettlnB prob- V lem behind it. Should a man sacrifice his wife's love or his chMdren's? Also a 2-Beel L-KO Kcmedy. 66 6170 49999996 151445999999999991 ;