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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, I^EBRlJAlVY 18, 1ftl8 THE' LETimniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE WERE DhlVEN OUT Fernlo, B. C, FgIi. IS.-Tlio niinci-B* convention was oponod hero today wjth an ndtlresfl oC wclcouio deltvorod by tho mayor of Fcmlo. President DiKgs oE Uie llnllod MInu Workers dt AmorlCft roBpbmled and oxprfisacd tlic opinion thiit the, results of tho convention wotildbe conduclvft to a broad-�r spirit of fraternity than had proV-louBly oxlHtod. TIu) roniulnder ol tho KCBHion waB taken up awaiting llio credential coniiiiltlGC's report, after i\4tlcli I'resWent' Ulgna appointed tile various commlttfccH .to act on resoln-tions, constitution, acalus, office re-jnortB, ote, during the convention, EMPLOYMENI SuTlS. Parl.s, Feb.. 18.-Tho Oor-mnnfl last night made an attaclc on the Chanipagno front,' today's war oCtIco stalonicnt reports. Thoy gained rt footing in tho French positions, but after a spirited ongagomout were driven out. E TAX LIT TO �^ � � > ot the jirovlnclal soldiers' aid comra^sslons assembled In conference with oftlcerB ot tho military ho3]iltats ccunmi.sslon today. .~ Slr.Janies Loughoed, vr>.Hideiit ot the military hospitnls eommlssion, in welcoming, tho visiting otticials stated that owing to the'rapid .growth if tho problem of employing returned "soldiers, it was proposed that llin miii-tary hospitals appoint a numbnr of employment .snperintendonls to doal with this (iHOHlioh In au .idv.'sory capacity In connection with iho (irovlnclal commissions. , The (luostlou was becoraiii;,' ruoic Ottawa, I'eb. IS,-The premier's con-terenco concluded .Saturday evening after deciding upon the following plans to increase production: To plant tills spring every acre possible of wheat, oats, barley and rye. 'To bring into cultivation every, acre posslblo lit now land for crop in 1919, To increase cHltle, liogs and sheep to the greatest possible extent. To secure cultivation of gardens and vacant lots in towns and cities Avith a view to raising the maximum amount ot vegetables, this.purpose to be accomplished through municipal or existing organization in sucli a manner as will Insure proper "supervision. To encourage every household in "suuill towns and villages, to ivalso one pig through tho season with a view to iitlllzing all garbage for food. ' Tontatlvo methods tor achieving those objects were outlined as follows: Provincial governments to sec that the proper (piantlly ot seed is obtalu-ed and distributed in'tholr provinces; to undertake the work ot ascertaining the form of assistance which may bij Paris, Feb. IS. - C'liarlos llumliort, senator from the MeuHO and proprietor of the .Journal, was arrested this morning. What the Press Agents Say und more complicated, however, ;s a !'ICHulreil by their tarm^^^^^^ connecting link between tiie military liospituls commission at Ottawa i'lUd , ^, ,, ,,,,,,,. the provincial employmtnt e.>minls-"'0''ond (lotatlohs, provincial,: municipal and" uurporiite iihouid be siibjoctod to tho approval of the minister of finanoo. Objections |tKwer� voiced l)y Quebec and Sasltatoli- Today'H conOorenoe had i>artlcul|�r relation to tlio West, A survoy Is be\ liiK mndo u> deiermlrie' juBt v.'ta4t com. niltmmitH tlici proyinceH and munctpal-Itles have mndo and what,: mcmoy thijy will ro<)ulre to. carry.ontUolr venily r-Q 1 necepBary undertakings,, , . THE FILM SENSATNON OF THE ENTIRE CIVILIZED WORLD, IRA M. LOWRV PRESENTS ^Tor The Fl-eedom ofThe World'' BY CAPT. EDWARcTbOWER HESSER " ' " ' THE ONE TREMENDOUS, VIT*L, AWE-INSPIRING,'WAR PLAY WHICH PICTURES WITH HEART. RENDING REALISM THE ATTROCIOUS BRUTALITY OF THE GERMAN INVADER. POSITIVELY THE MOST ASTOUNDING PRODUCTION EVER SEEN ANYWHERE. Prices....... ----50c,35c,2^c Seats flow SeUing i The Man Who Knows AND* Dr. H. J. TRAVELUTtE THE MAN WHO iSET THE WORLD A "LAFIN" PRESENTING THE eiOOEST PERFORMANCE OF T^E ENOAOEMENT* TONIGHT. Doors Open 7.00 p.iii. V ,// PricM,2Sc and 50� i i i�,',M My...': B+./?1D 8725 1581 ;