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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUDAY, FKUnrAHY 22/1�]8 THE L:.:-:�jnuu-.K i :r.A;,p Ask That Appeal To Set Aaide Freight IlaU.'Oxcoodn |800,-OOO.OOO. . ' ,"Tho poUUaiicro anggost, tho taking ovur tis II war innrluitie Iiy the govern-nient, tlio urgrtnlzaijon tlnd tlnandal control oE tlio rdlUvnyB n� rt fighting unit under ono.ByBtoiii. ,' Tho inemoriiiidiim iifld�, lliat there Is nothing In the Wiir Mons.urea Act to rlunw\'JtT^^^^^ X^^'"^Jo'rtIer2^^ke'uh "l^ turn''ti;� tliorn Hnflwava hrivn aiihiniti. L ; ^ � � railway board. All the l-nllway noniuanies a�k that lliq ajiDBtvI Blinll bo dlmnlssod. Tiie C. l',K. takes up f^vo nllogatlon that the lacreasd � would Imposu an additional burdtin of ,140.000,000 a year on tho npoplo of Canada, anji (liat of thf.s |j;0,0l)0,000 w,ould go to tho O.P.U. Tho C.P.tl.repllrfa:, "The tnbHt Qivrotul uatiniato made by ythe trjrflc, oporatlne and financial ot-fleers of the O.P.n, Is, that.-had the I ,, ,, ., raloB hoconio cffootlve on the date fix- i 'OUawa, Feb.,21.-The llrst sitting ot ed by tho order of tho hoard of railway , the trauBportB enquiry will be held in commlBSlonera, the Inurouae in groa.i j Ottawa aa soon aB Majors Morton and SiT�^'?�VR'h,lV,^^^ ''''1*" "�'-e. The order cnv oar year liuS, baaed upon the tonnage' ^, , , , , ,', , of 1917, would bo appro.xlmately ' Powers the Inquiry to hold- sessions BOCOOO.'- '�-- "-" "----- -""">- "'""A- "It must not bo forgottvn." the C. P.R. memorandum proceeds, "that this Increase'' Is .based entirely upon tho cnntlnUB\ico of the gross bualness of . this company at tho high level of 1!)17. when the company's gross earnings wore the largest in Its history.. "The gompany's mirphises are duo utirely (o,'Its low capftallzallon and not to axcea^iv'o earnUi.?s. The position ot, tho company Is such that its from time to time at such other placfes as may in their operation be necessary for "the purpose ot eotloctiug and recording ovidonco in connection with conditions which have prevailed while returning soldiers from Ipngland to Canada on any trattsporta or other Bhips horetoforo chartered or used for that purpose andj especially with reference to diaclpllno, accommodation, complaints and orders." CJ.R. lOIAiLtGOAL Toronto, Feb. 2^.-Kvldonco In the CN.U. arhltrallon turned' tUls morning from the wcBtern to eastern \lnes. L. T. Kritch, who for four years, was general managor of'tho llho.i eaBl tti Port Arthur, look the atnnd. As its-Blatant to tlin president ho Insportert the ontli'e linos and was In charge of projects ot devclnpmeut. Toronto, ho said, had felt the prds-sure on the Niagara Gateway-tho effort to got a,0'io,000 tons of coal a year through-a task too great for tlio G.I'.n. and O.T.U. alone. The C.S.R. has dlscus.sed with the Pennsylvania rallroail tho e.itunslon of that road from Buffalo t.; Niagara Palls. The C. N.U. undo.r the plan was to c^toud from Toronto to Niagara fi'allB and the roads were to ho united with a bridge over the Whirlpool Uaplds. The achemo embraced a car ferry from X^ort Dalhouslo to Toronto that would out olf tho haul round by way ot Hamilton. Connections would be obtained for tho C.N.U. lor tho Michigan Central and the Wabash lloads. Mr. Frltch Burprlaed the arbitrators with the announcement that a scheme also had been imder discussion with tho Pennsylvania for a ear ferry from So-dus Point about SH miles west of Oswego to \Volle:''a Bay near Trenton. Hitherto all plana for a car ferry at this end of the lake, named Oswego as the United States terminus and somewhere near, Cobourg or Port .Hope as tho Canadian port. BHI ENGLISH: Sackatotid, Feb. 22.--The tchool truiteai convention passed rcio-lutlons tpday to the effect that no porton ahall bo-ellB.'ble as trustee wht'la not a British subject or it able toVaail and write English and that Inalrtiction be only in the Eno-llsh linaua^*' DEAIH OF ONIARIO AYTON Richard Boyd Piih.scs Away - Openings in New Daylon for . Several Businesses ATiiii: ai\.m;stu: ICI�d iiyalf, VbTWlll bo seen In Uie . loading I'oloiil' '!'Oiit There." the now i plity by J. Haftlbi' Manners, iiulhor of "Peg p' MS' Heart," when ll Is ]>r(:-sonted at 'tlio .MftJijsilc 'I'iK'airc on Saturday, Mltrch and, nmtUiee and night, !� a lUost. vcraatlle yoiing woni-un lis she has appeared wifli f;((iial success W all forma of the drnma and musical comedy, iihn slugs, iiancea, and playB un eqiotlonai Hceue with equal facility. ailllJlns appca:ed wilh great success lli. Now Vork In nuiuy : new prwluclloha. She wna selected by haurBttu Taylor, Iho luiKinul "Peg | O' My Heart," to play tliut role and I when It',was found necet-.Mary (o send! "Out There" 'rt?i tour and New Vork I woiild not reiuBBft Mlsa Taylor, once 1 moi'o she was selected to follow her. { Tho character Is a difficult one and i embrAcoS llgUtiiess, JoyouHnesa and i cheery optimism. 'How one pour and 1 lowly glli iilrthe slum s^mi.Um of I.on- don illd her bit for her king and country In tho great war, la the siihjcci or "Out There," (Kiom Our Own lon-.-MDcmileiil) New Dayton, Feb. Hi.-T. iC. Skeith spent a couple of days in Calgary and l.othhrldgo on bUjSlm'ss lust week. Death Richard Boyd We regret to chroir.di! the deatii of Ilichard Boyd, which loni; place la.st Monday at the rcsiiliuicc of ,1. li. CROWN, la "Perfect Seal" Qn^l Jm These are the finest preserving jars made ; and hold 3 pounds of "Grown Syrup".; Your, grocer also, has "Grown Syrup" in 2,5, 10 and 20 pound tins. Write for free Coolc Book. SAYSSPUilDERS 1 GET INCREASE victoria, B.C.. Keb. 21!.-R. P. Hutch, art, director of wooden shipbuilding for the imperial muulttuns board, says If labor here Inslsits on making imrea-aonable demands it cannot be expected the wooden shipbuilding Industry !n i3rlclsh Columbia will continue. -Mr. Bu'chart intimates that the Imperial munition.^ board will not change Jts decision hot to grant tho ten'per I cent Increase demanded by vthe men. THE CANiOli STARCH GO. LIMITED, 'MONTREAI.. SHEIS OUM AT STARLAND I'olks of the stage and screen worlij are notoriously superstitious hut not no petite Normal Talmadge, head ot the film comp&ny bearing her name ami one (it th,ci mo.'il favored of tlie celluloid, stars. The dreaded figure, thirteen, for instance, hns no terrors for Miss Titlmadgo while the more thought s-?"- .^i:.B�y!':,.-l'^:;-"kf-�!iorIl;'s=enr^o";;uB^ professional btothers and slaters to sbtirtder with apprehension. To start with, tliere are thirteen letters in hername and If anybody thinks Norma Tahriiidgo la an unlucky name they had better study up their film history. There are a lot of "extra" girls strijggllng lor, recognition around tho studios who Win toll them that hclng tho worltJ'S youngest owner of a mov-ing pl&ture cdtitpaiiy doea not quite meet with thelb idea of tough luck. MlsB Talmadge In "The Moth" is the feature at Btarland for tho weekend. ^We have come to Lethbridge with a carloacl of fresh fish In a refrigerator car.iThe fish, White Fish� Pike, Pickerel and Mullets, were caught in Northern Alberta Lakes. We are selling direct to the consumer at ' ; Our car is on the track opposite the Ilii^ioii's Bay Store. The fish are as frc|h as the ^V}f, tjkey left Lesser Slave Lake, where i^e,ci^ugh^layfMi .ehlld cHyain, All children Jova this huToileBS,; dellplous Iftfrult laxative," and H never'ftftU to etfeot a good '^insWe" cl^tahBin;;;.'!?! reetlons lor bab^os, qhlldrpn ; of all ages and grownrUpB are plainly'on I the bottle. ,- ' Keep It handy In your Uomq, a ](tue t^lven today Bavoa u siok cUUd vproor.; row, but geti, the gentllib. Aakyctur druggist tor, a botUe ' ofi "Call' fc rnla Syrup of Flgg;" them Inoli: and aeo that H I8 raa,de by the Caitfornla Fig Syrup t'o."rrAdvertlsemeiit.\,; AT THE EMPRESS The part taken by JHss Theda Bara In "The DorilnJ!: ot Paris" at the Bm-jiress is ohO of jthe most interesting characters. she has ever been called upon to Interpret-since becoming iden-.tlfled >vith, the {\Jleut drama., It is an liuusual one, doininatlng the story from beginning to end. There are but few, moments when she is not in the more room to carry oa htisiness. Church Social a social, uuclcr the auspices ,of the Sunday School wan held in the church Friday night liiHt wiien a large number turned oui and were well repahl for braving thp Ktoim by the very good program which was gone through. Owing to the accidental, and regrettable absence ot the Rev. .Mr. Griffith who went to some considerable trouble to work ou the program, tho chair was taken by William Scott, when the fpl-lowing Items were well appreciated: Song, by tho senior school children, recitation' by Tholma, A'tkins, song by tho little tots, rtecitation' hy Miss i. yet got.' � '' ."lA;practice dance was held at the hotel Saturday night when the new two step'under dlreotlpn of J. fj. Oliver- was thoroughly 'gone over tor the next b|g dance which/will be ah-uo^nued in the usual wi^y later on. Miss Bara's charming personality is so forcofulthat any picture in which she is seen is filled with far, more than passing notice. When she ap- pears in a play It l.s' an event-|-a real dramatic event-one that attrocts attention throughout the entire country, because of her popularity wherever ahe is known, and her fame extends throughout the world. O � * fl,: ^ .> o � . .  . �-�I - ? > WANT INTEBVEN11I0N ? ? ;! IN FINLAND ? : Stockholm,, Feb. 22,-Sweden ? has suggesteiV to several powers that diplomatic Intervention > be made in Petrograd to obtain ? the evacuation of Finland by Ilusstan troopit. ' � � :}. . BBI TONIGHT AND TOWOpROW LEWIS J. SELZNICK PRESENTS Norma Talmadge THE MOW If,you missed "The Countessi Charming" you missed seeing'a wonderful picture. If-you miss'"The Moth" yoii will mia-i another splendid feature. Next Monday, Feb. 25 ?bttrcb ' ,* * ? �  STRICTLY'ENFORCK IT  -..... f  , Washington,-li-eb; 22,^8tRte  4> food administrators were or- 4> aered today to enforce strictly ^ 'i^ {"50ANEWHERE IN FRANCE") J.HARTLEY nANNER5 AUTHOR Of "PEG O'MY HEART" EISA RYAN Otff�Cr FROM TWO SfASOfJ^ IN NEW VORH NOT A MOVING PICTURE PRICES Night ... $1.50, $1.00, 7Sc,' SOe Matinee ... .. $1.00, 75e, 50e iriett in'Mother A WONDERFUL FIVE ACT DRAMA n�. Atso Plenty of Qo'o