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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, .TANUAHV �,-1!M8 .THE LKTHBRinr.K DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE F. W. BAIL LIE A T OF NEW Man Who Gave All Hack to (iovt. [6 His Profits Honored, With Others Toronto, Jun. !>.-A Canadian As-FOL-iatuO. Press cubic from Loudon to- fltiy says: "Appointments gazetted to tlie now* Order of the British Empire include many Canadian names despite t.'he fact that it had been announced that the Dominion lists will not appear until March. This list ranges through the whole enormous activities ot! the war work from commercial magnates to head typists and totals nearly two thousand honors. "Knight Commander of the Order: Frank Baillfe, airplane factory, Toronto; Arthur Harris, Canadian director of transport. "Commanders of the Order: Lieut. Col, Robert M. IJenniKtoun, K. C, of Winnipog, Canadian deputy judge advocate general; George Edwards and Edward Fitzgerald, Canadian munitions; Co!. Robert Uudolphe, .Medicals, Col. Gerald "White, ex*M. P., Pembroke, forestry. "Officers of the Order: Col. Logie Armstrong, records department; Lieut. Colonels Richard Boll-Irving, aviation; (icruld Dirks, Y.M.C.A.; Earl Duffln, assistant ijiinrtcrmasicr general; Cyril McAlpinc. army service corps; Messrs, George Morrow, aviation;. Howard Murray, explosives. "Commander: Arthur Phillip, Canadian Pacific Railway; L.'eut. Col. Edwin Frismall, Musketry staffs F. X Southern, James Wood, munitions "Members of Order: Captain Albert Auger, forestry; Lieut. Col. William Bentlcy, dentals; David Camp-tell, forestry; Captain Charles Charl- To Conscript Alien Labor Winnipeg, Jan. 9.-The Winnipeg Free Press today says: 'It was learned on reliable authority today that within a very 4short time, and certainly before the spring work on the farm com mences, the Dominion government * O > O C* * > i will alien farm sary announce conscription of and unskilled labor, for the and mines and other ncces-work. SIR F. W. BAILLIE Created a Knight Commander of the New Order of the British Empire. rton, staff; Lieut. M. CofljSer, Captain R. Durloy, munitions; Captain Alexander Fcnton, forestry; Lieut. Col. A. Ferguson, forestry; Captain Harold Flannery, munitions; Lieut. Col. John Fry,' transport; Major Alexander Houston, records; Major Owen Lobley. pay corps; Major Rev. J. MacDonald, chaplain; Lieut. Col. HGnry Mayes, Gymnastic Corps; Captain Walter Shilstone, munitions." His Patriotic Action. Toronto, Jan. 9.-Sir Frank Wilton Balllle, president of the Canadian Airplanes, Limited, of Toronto, and director of the aviation department of the Imperial Munitions Board,,'when as president of the Canadian Cartridge Company, of Hamilton, recently accepted an order from the Rr.'lish war ! office for cartridge cases and when the order was completed he turned over the profits, which amounted to $758,248 to the empire for patriotic purposes. He was in the brokerage business for years and was responsible for establishing the old Metropolitan Bank. He Is a son-in-law of the late Aubrey White, for years deputy minister of lands and forests In Ontario, / OF TI PROVINCE T Calgary, Jan. 9.-The registrar of the Military Service Act for Alberta is at present arranging for the exemption and tribunal hearings at the two penitentiaries in the province. Edmonton ami Lethbridge. Of all the prisoners who come'under the first call, only one has not reported for service. This man, wJio is* doing* a two-year stretch at Lethbridge penitentiary, claims exemption on the grounds of "domestic situation." The prisoners accepted bv the Tedi-eal board have first to secure the consent of the warden who then puts them out on parole and they are permitted to join a depot battalion. A V ! v OF THREE CITIES' V ? ? A ? ? ? ? A ? A ? ? NEW REGISTRATION TO MORE COMPLETE BE Winnipeg, Jan. K.-The Ottawa, correspondent. of the Free Press, in a dispatch tonight says that the government, contemplates :i new and really thorough national registration service, with a view to determine the labor resources of Canada and getting adequate data on which to has-** a comprehensive plan for mobilizing Canada's men and women power for essential war iudus-ries. * v- ? V A ? Mayors of Lethbridge, Edmon-j* ton and Calgary Meet Premier Stewart in Matter BURY HALIFAX VICTIMS Halifax, Jan, 9.--The bodies of 48 victims bv the explosion of December (J, were interred in Mount Olive and Fairview cemeteries yesterday. These bodies, which have been at Chebucto Mortuary, .were so badly charred that they were beyond recognition. They were all nurnberoa and the exact location where they were found was described on cards attached thereto but all have been unclaimed. v V v v V V A V ? V A ? A A A no doubt of his election by the soldiers' vote, although he was defeated by a snr.tll majority by the home vote, the preliminary arrangements for the,approaching session will he made by him, and he will be reelected speaker when the house meets. The first meeting of the week of prayer was held in "United Church, North Lethbridge last evening and was well attended. Rev. W. F. Burns of Knox church, was the sneaker and his address iwas very inspiring. He spoke of the need of prayer in meeting the problems of life and the need of Christian people in the nation to: day in this time of war. Rev. Burns emphasized the fact that there is great need %at the people all over the empire unite in repentance and prayer. The meeting tonight is in church at 8 o'clock, with Rev. Hodgins ivs speaker. Ottawa, Jan. 9.-in repiy'to the New Year's message of congratulation from the prime minister of Great Britain tp the prime minister of Canada. Hon, N. j ... - j Rowell, acting prhne minister, has sent the following came on behalf of the Canadian government: "The government and people of Canada have received with much satisfaction your New Year's message and cordially reciprocate the feelings of good v.'ill and confidence which animate the unperia! war cabinet at this time. With you and your colleagues they share the conviction that, despite many disappointments, the ultimate decision of this great war is hot in doubt and that the principle of freedom and justice for which Great Britain and her allies are contending will eventually triumph. They rejoice to feel that Canada has been privileged to play her part in the struggle of democracy against autocracy and in upholding the hands of the mother country in this world wide conflict and they renew their solemn and unalterable resolve to continue with unabated vigor and resolution to aid in Rev. Horsman dealt with the hoary the overthrow,of military autocracy subject of "Substitutes for Real Re- which scek3 to crush the liberties of ligion," :n the Baptist church last }'Kurope and of the world. They share night but the address from it bore no J your hope that this task may be ach- moratorium fund restrictions tmong the problems taken up. Premier Stewart by way of start-:ng a discussion said that taxes unpaid on January 1st might bo offered for sale on July lsi and sold at the expiration of three months, with one year allowed for redemption, The. premier did not think that the provtne {al government could legalize the suspension of the sinking fund payments though the Dominion govern-nent might do so as a war measure. The suggestion of a uniform tax law all over the province appealed to the delegation as good legislation. The iiscussion Is being resumed this afternoon. were i bureau and register as a farm pur- ] MINISTER ON Knox E. J. chaser or worker." Be that as ii may. the Leslie smile in farm surroundings i^ going to make [ farm life look more attractive than : ever to the sort of husky Canadian f> whom the nation is saying "Back-to-tho-land" so urgently now. Healthy, happy farm beys are represented in the picture by Kay Hallor and Chester Morris, and Edwin Thanhonser claims an old farm couple-man and wife- were never more naturally portrayed than by Jusvus 1). Barnes and Carey Hastings in this picture. The bnck-tn-nuture subject is "An Amateur Orphan." from Agnes ('. i Johnston's scenario, and it will be shown at Starland tonight and tomorrow. Even a simon-pure havu dance is included so you can see the pleasure that lies in farm life, splendid two-reel comedj' will shown on (he same program. Last Time TONIGHT 10c-25c k "BLUE BLOOD AND RED" A Picture of Love and Adventure With GEORGE WALSH and DORIS PAWN IT'S A FOX m A be Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner hth Ave. and 2nd St. East. Calgary. Office Phone M284S Residence Phone M2077 Interne and Ho.tao Manhattan Eye, Ear. Throat Hospital, New 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-2� Surgeon. Nose and York City. TRAIN AT FERNIE r Pernie, B. C, Jan. 9.-Paul Gakenski, a miner about fifty years of age" wTas killed by a M. F. and M. train yester-!day evening, while crossing the tracks near the old Macaroni factory in the north end of the town. A blizzard was blowing at the time, and it is thought he did not see or hear the train. He leave's a widow and a large family of children. I Tractor and Gas Engine Repairing We can put your tractor In condition for spring plowing at a reasonable price. We also buy .and sell rebuilt, tractors. Have two 12-24 coal oil tractors for sale at a bargain. Also one set engine plows. AUTO AND ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP 324 11th St. Rear Y. M. C. A. 19-G "The city water supply shows every Indlcatibn of polution."- (Signed) J. T. Vallance, Inspector. s Why endanger your health by drinking such you but- filthy water when can get good fresh termilk for 5c a quart? marks of the ancient Or the hackneyed, nor was there any* re-drawing on the old common stock of arguments. After a brief and rather amusing introduction showing thCmany and varied forms of substitution common to life, the speaker said (hat the broad Way of life suggested by Jesus was not the. way of overt wickedness., or easily-placed vices but rather the way of substitution. Among those substitutes mentioned were, the over zealous advocacy of religious doctrlne_which too often forgot the essential association of personal ethic, a formal punctiliousness which lacked personal r'ghteousness; an apparent righteous indignation of the sins of others which had no other baste than hypocrisy and-which was the Cheapest business of-men; a generous activity of philanthrophy and reform which is as possible to the strong w'lled infidel as a believer and follower of Jesus Christ; an ardent advocacy of membership into certain particular organizations where a medal or a uniform is too often mistaken for a crown and robe of righteousness whicn heaven offers alone for Christian life and service; finally an intellectual culture with the easy possibility of mistaking fine phrasing and fine clothes for the grace and beauty of Jesus Christ. Subject tonight, "A Clean Slate. What Happens to Forgiven Sin. ____ APPEALS FOR GREATER- ieved before this present-' year ssed " is pa AT THE MAJESTIC Many devotees of grand opera attend the performances because of their love of fine orchestral music, and the Brattleboro, Vermont, Jan. 9.-Rev. I mysterious fascination held for them Clarence H. Waldron, ot Windsor, was i by a' large body of perfectly-trained; brought before the United States court instrumentalists working in artistic! here yesterday charged with sedition, unison under the baton of a skilled but after his counsel had retired from ' director. In this respect patrons of the case^ Judge H. B. Howe, of St. | the San Carlo Crand Opera company, j Jobnsbury, who presided, adjourned j socn to visit this city, have a rare j ?ourt until tomorrow. The minister, (treat in store. The orchestral section � in the meantime, pleaded not guilty, is, of course, one of the big features [ He was chargecUwitb. advising young of important organizations of this char-1 men not to enlist, and with having � acter. and in the ca8G of Uie 3an ! stated that no Christian could observe I Carlo is a thing of beauty to enjoy; and remember. The Donizetti masterpiece. "Lucia Di'Lammermoor," selected for presentation in Lethbridge by the San Carlo organization, contains some remarkably beautiful orchestral passages, and there is a brilliant harp solo in the second act which, in itself, is worth going a long way to hear. !n "Cupid's Rival," 2000 feet of Lfcaugh. Positively First Time in Lethbridge. he provisions of the act of congress authorizing an increase in the military establishment of the country. H is also alleged that he circulated a pamphlet calculated to discourage participation in the. war. S IR 0. M'MHIAN M Ottawa, izen today Jan u.-The Evening Cit-mentions Sir Daniel McMillan, former lieutenant governor of Manitoba, as likely to be appointed the third member, of the arbitration board to fix the purchase value of the Canadian Northern Railway stock. The appointment will probably be made this week. BRITISH � London, Jan. 9.-Representatives of British labor issued a manifesto today giving whole-hearted support to the programme presented in President Wilson's speech yesterday. The manifesto says that "In essential respects it Js similar to that which British labor put forward that wo need not discuss any points of difference in detail.'* *** * o best of workmanship and. satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. INTEREST BY F Crystal Limited F.S.-We cannot carry buttermilk on wagons during zero weather as bottles are always broken when bmUermilk freezes Brandon, Man., Jan. 9.-President R. C. Henders In addressing the Grain Growers convention in the opening session this morning made a strong plea to the Canadian agriculturists to take a deeper interest in the democratic principles which form the watchword ef^the grain growers association. President Henders advocated a getting-together along the lines of industry so that there may be a mobilization of forces that will release men in nonproductive lines for military service. RUSSIANS APPRECIATE IT Washington, Jan. 9. - The Russian embassy today issued a statement of appreciation of President Wilson's references to the Russian people in his address to congress. ? ? AT THE EMPRESS V If Doris Pawn has one hobby more than another, it is horseback riding. She proves her ability to dp this m the new Western drama 'Blue Blood 'and Red," at the Empress. Unlike I Toronto, Jan. 9.--Following is a special London cable to the Mall and Empire: "An interesting ceremony at Canad-.most filmed stars, she dees not fancy Grand Opera Tickets Today MAJESTIC Next MONDAY Eve. j At 8.15 ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY BY THE JUSTLY FAMOUS '.AW caplc ian headquarters in London Tuesday-was the decoration by Gen. Turner, of Captain A. R. Lyons of the Vancouver Scottish with the D. C. M, Captain j Lyons who has worked up from the ranks was GeneralTurner's chauffeur when the� present G. O. C. was brigadier at Salisbury Plains." the automobile, although those who see that picture will observe that she can drive a machine as, well as a A ? ? ? A V V *� DUKE TO VISIT WILSON ? ? ? Washington, Jan. 9. - The Duke of Devonshire, governor-general of Canada, is in Washington to pay a call of courtesy to President Wilson. The duke, who is accompanied by the duchess, is expected to address the national press club during his stay. The ducal party are guests of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the British ambassador. v A ? A V ? ? r ft Every year from Consumption! Millions could have been saved if only common sense prevention bad been used in the first stage. If YOU, ARE a Sufferer from Asthma, Bronchitis, batarru, rieurisy, Weak Lungs, Cough and Colds-all Diseases leading up to Consumption-� Tuberculous, YOU ARE interested is Dr. Strandgard'i T. B. Medicine. Write for Testimonials aid Booklet. m. STKAKDOAWf MEDICINE OO* 263 Tones Stmt, Toronto. COMPANY LflKBT TRAVELING OPEBATIC OMUOTON IN AMERICA WITH TWW7Y DISTINGUISHED EUROPEAN ANOAMcWCAl OPcRATK". 5IN6ER5 AND GRAND OPEPA ORCHESTRA One hundred neople. Large and Brilliant Chorus. Beautiful Settings, COMING BY SPECIAL TRAIN OF SIX CARS, DIRECT FROM PORTLAND, OREGON. And presenting upon an elaborate plane of Metropolitan Excellence, Donizetti's World-Favorite Opera, Lucia Di Lammerinoor With Mme. Edvige Vaccart, the celebrated Italian coloratura, in the title role, and supported by an extraordinary all-star'cast of artists. Prices: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, & $3.00 SEAT SALE OPENED THIS MORNING AT TEN. ? ? "CLUBS ARE TRUMPS 2-Reel Lonesome Luke Comedy TONIGHT AND,TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS GLADYS LESLIE THE GIRL WITH THE $1,000,000 DOLLAR SMILE, IN An Amateur Orphan The Fall abylon Auction Sale 0RSES ? 't ? ? A, CAPT, BISHOP'S FEATS At THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP ON 't Friday, January 11 38 head of mares and geldings, 3 to 8 years old, -from 1100 to 15Q0 lbs. All broken TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH AUCTIONEER ? ? ? London, Jau. 9.-(Via Router's Ottawa Agency)- The London Gazette today publishes a statement of the services for which � Captain W. A. Bishop, of Owen Sound, was Hw^rtfnd n bnr to n>e Distinguished Service Order, announced on September 26 last. It says: "His consistent . dnSh and great fearlessness have set a magnificent example to the li lots of his squadron. Ho destroyed no less than forty-five hostile machines during the past five months, frequently attacking enemy formations single-handed and on all occasions displaying spirit and determination to get to cloae quarters with his opponents, which earned the admiration of all in contact with him." ? ? ? ? ? In Five Minutes! No Dyspepsia, Heartburn or Any 8tomach Misery. The Modern Church It A failure > �> > ? > 9; belongs in every home.-Advert, Present Day Conditions in the Churches Foretold Centuries Ago in the Bible. You are invited to hear Pastor E. J. Baker, of New York, for seven years a missionary in China. Facts will be plainly stated, but with kindness to all and Fraud \ Auditorium/ Tr morrow, Thursday. Jan. 10 At Eight p.m. Auspices Associated Bible Students Seats Free No Collection 8?18?3139354 ;