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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ; WEDNESDAY, .TANUAKY ll,-iyi8 ,TI1E LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Man Who Gave AH His Profits Back to Govt, tk Honored, With Others  ToioiUo, Jon. 9.-A-Canadian Ah-' FOclatcd FroBS cablo from London to-flay Bays: , ' "Appolrilnifents gazottod to the now Order ot the British JSniplro liicUido many Canadian names despite tlUo fact tliat It had been unnouncetr that the Dominion llHt� will not appear nn til RIarcli. This list ranges through the whole enormous i>ctlvltle8 ot the war work from cQjnmorclal magnates to head typists and tolals.nearly two thousand honors. "Knight Oomman'der of the Order: Frank Ualllle, airplane Cactory, Toronto; Arthhr Harris, Canadian director ot transport. "Gomnmnders ot the Order: Llont. - Col. Hobort M. Dennlstoun, K. C, o� Winnipeg, Canadian deputy judgGvad- . vocato general; George Kdwardj and Edward Fltzgerdld, Canath^n munitions; Col. Robert Uudolphe, Medicals, Col. Gerald'White, ex-M. P.,' Peoi-broke, forestry. i "Officers ot the Order: Col. Logic Armstrong, records department; Llent. Colonels Richard Boll-Irving, aviation; Ocrnid HIrka, Y.M.C.A.; Karl Duftln, assistant.quartermaster general; Cyril McAlpino, army service-corps; Messrs. George Morrow, aviation; � Howard Murray, explosives. "Conunander: Arthur Phillip, Canadian Pacific Railway; L.'eut. Ct�l. Edwin Prismall, Musketry staffr V. - N South6m, Jomcs AVood. munitions "Members of Order: Captain Albert Auger, forestry; Lieut. Col. William Bcntloy, clentals; David Camp-. bell, forestry; Captain Charles Charl- SIR P. W. BAILLIE Created a Knight Commander ot the New Order of the British Empire. To CpiUcrlpt Ali^n Labor Winnipeg, Jan. 9.-The Winnipeg .fvree Preit today tays:', 'It vya* learned on/ reliable authority today that within a very .short time, iand certainly before the spring work on the farm commences, t(i�,,,bomlnlon government will announce conscription of alien and^unskllied labor, for the farm and mines and other necessary work. " ' 10 SIT AT GAOLS MINERS Inhale Impure Air which weakens lungs, causes throat troubles and leads to miners consumption. All mtnera ahonM take SCOTT'S EMULSION darinc �bU and winter to enrich their blood and strengthen the tluroat and lunss. SCOTT'S contains pure cod liver oil without alcohol or harm* ful druKS-it builds strength and acta as a bracing tonic Ma** AInMe SakrtHstM. ,-ton, staff; Lleui. M. CoalJer, Captain Tt. Durloy, munitions; Captain Alexander Fenton, forestry; Lieut. Col. A. ForgUBon, forestry; CaRtaln linrold Flanhery, munitions; Lteut.'Col. John Prjr,' transport; Major Alexander Iiou8*ton, irecords; Major Owen Lobley, pay corps; Major Hev. J. MacDonald, chaplain; Lieut. Col. HAnry Mayos, Gymnastic Corps; Captain Waller Shilstone, munitions." His Patriotic'Action. Toront^; Jan.; 9.-Sir Frank Wilton BailUe, president ot the Canadian Airplanes, Limited, ot Toronto, and director, of the aviation department of Hic Imperial Munitions Board,/ when as president of the Canadian Cartridge Company, qf-Hamilton, rooontly accepted un order frobj the Briilsli war offIfie for carfrldgo cases and when the order was completed / ho turned over. the protils, which amounted to $768,248 to tlig empire for' patriotic purposes. He was in the brokerage business for years and was responsible for establishing the old Metropolitan Bank. He Is a soh-ln-law of the late Aubrey White, tor years dap-uty minister ot lands and forests in Ontario. ' ..y - �� � Calgarj;, Jan. D.-The registrar of the Military .Service Act;for Albortn is nt/presonf^arranglng tor the exemption'and tribunal hearings at the two penitentiaries in the province, Rdmon-ton and Lothbridge. Of all the pi'lson-ors who come'under tlieffirst call, only one has not reported foi- service. This man, w^io Is' doing a two-year stretch at Lethbridge penltentlai-y, claims exemption on the grounds of "dquiestic situation." The prisoners accepted by the medical board have first to secure the consent of the warden who then put* them' out on parclo and dicy are jior-i mittod to join a depot bottallon; , ^ Dr. A^T. Spankie 10 BE SPEAKER Ottawa, Jan. 8.-Hon. E. N. Rhodes, ex-speaker of the house of commons, has arrl^d In the capital. As there Is said-to Dlr7io doubt A his election by the soldiers' vote, although he was defeated by a. ,smull majority by the homo vote, the preliminary arrangements for the approaching session will be made by him, and he will be reelected speaker when the house meets. NEW REOI8TRATION TO BE MORE COMPLETE Winnipeg, Jan. 8.-The Ot- ? tawa -correKnondent of the ? Free Press, In n dispatch to-^ night says'that the government contemplates a now and really �> thorough national registration > service, with a view to delerm- 4. 4> � � the following canlo on behalf ot the Canadian government: 'The government and people of Canada have received with much sat-iBtaction your New Year's message and cordially reciprocate the feelings ot good will and confidence which an! mate the Imparla! war cabinet at this time. With you and your colleagues tliey share the conviction that, despite many disappointments, the ultimate decision of this great war is hot in doubt and that the principle ot free dom^and justice for which Great Brit aln 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 ot the mother country in this world wide conflict and they renew tlielr solemn and un alterablw resolve to continue with uu abated vigor and resolution to aid In the overthrpw,oE mll.'tary autocracy which seeks to crush the liberties of 1^'urope and of the world. They share your hope that this task may be ach leved before this present''year passed " Edmonton, Jan. i),-Tho mayors ot Edmonton, Lethbridge, Mcdicino Hat ind a delegation ot aldermen and city iftlclalB from Calgary njct Premier lewart today on a joint discussion to bettering the financial nffalrs the cities of, the province. Uepre senting the government besides the premier were Hon. C. R. Mitchell, lion. A. J. McLean and Hon. .1. R. fJoyle. RovlBlon ot tax sale conditions, tax enforcement, division ot court fines nnd^automobile license fees and noratcrium fund restrictions were among the problems taken up. Premier Stewart by way ot start-ng a discussion said that taxes - unpaid on January Ist might bo ottered for sale on July 1st and sold at the expiration-^t three months, with one year allowfed tor redemption. The premier did not think that the provinc al government cbuld legalize the suspension of the sinking fund' pay-, merits 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, fl'he iiscusstjjn is being resumed this afternoon. , Ol!tawa, Jan 9,--The Evening Clt izen today mentions Sir Daniel Mc " ......------......., ...---------�.- .,, , . r -MUlan, former lieutenant governor of killed by; a M. F. and M. train yester-; ""ellBlous doctrlne_whlch too often wr-.^jyig^jt^ba, as likely to be^ appointed daytevbning, while crossing'�he tracks, the essential association, ;ot Per-|4,,g ^^^^^^ member, of the arbitration near the old-Macaroni factory in the i sonal ethic, a fopial punctiliousness � board-to fix the purchase value of the north end of the town. A blizzard was I ^''^'"^^ '* � � 4 � �  RUSSIANS APPRECIATE IT  .Washington, Jan. 9. --.The ^^ Rtissian embassy today issued a'statement; of, appreciation of to .the Ruasiaii'pebple in htsad- ^ dress to congress.    -S- �>  * * Bishop,' of Owen: Sound, was ^ aw^rrlnd a hnv to the Diattn-guisbed Service Order* an-iioujiueit on September ^au last;':: It Hays: "His consistent V�ltt^h and great/- fearleasneas have set a'! magnificent examiile to the' plots of his squadron. Ho de; stroyed no less than forly-tlvQ hostile tmachines during the past five months, frequently attacking enemy formation's 4 single-handed, and on. all occttBr:  loni! displaying spirit and do-.\4> termin^itlon': to got' to clow 4> quarters with his opponents, 4> which oariMrt the admiration of - "j. all in confaot with him," i /' � J   -J IN ;tioni w acid stomach In Five MInutsat.'No Dyapfpsia. Heartburn or Any ftiomach Misery. E ? Halifax, Jan. 9,-Tho bodies ? ? badly charred thaf llU-y wore was described on cards attach- : ed thereto but all have been : : ? : In the^var. -_ Toronto, Jan. .9.-Following Is' a The Donizetti masterpiece, "Lucia Dl'Lammermoor," selected tor 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. _ his stay. The ducal party are , �0� guests ot Sir Cecil Spring-Ric^, the~ British ambassador. �  � � the automobile, although thosfe who see that picture will observe that she can drive a machine as, well as a MILUONSDIE Every year from Coniumption, Btuiiona eould liav^ been saved if only common tense prevention had been used in tiie first stage. If YOU, ABS a SulTerer from Asthma, Bron-eUtis, Catarrh, TUmhy, Weak Lungi, Cough and Coldt-�II Dit-eases leading np t*'Coniumption- Tubai'eulofia, YOTJ ABE, intereita , in Dr. Btrandgard'g T.B.- Uedieine.-Write for Testimonials Md Booldei. SB. sTBAMsoABO'i wntenm oo, 263-266 Toaia BteMtisTeraBte.. Grand Opera Tickets Today MAJESTIC Next MONDAY Eve. At 8.15 one performance ONLY BY THE JUSTLY FAMOUS .UKESTTRAVtUNG 0 W ORSJUIiaTKMI IN MDNCA WITH rnm DisniwuisHto eusopum �no�Mi�tu> 0?cf!ATtC simser5 AND fiRAND OPtM ORCHESTRA One hundred people. Laree and Brilliant Chorus. Beautiful Settings. ' I COMING BY SPECIAL TRAIN OF SIX CARS, DIRECT FROM PORTLANtl, OREGON, .^nd presentifig upon an elabor-'ate plane of Metropolitan Excellence, Donizetti's World-Favorite , Opara, , lucia Di laminernioor with Mme. Edvlge Vaccari, the celebrated Italian coloratura,-in the title role, and aupportedby an extraordinary all*8tai^caat of artists. Prices: � $1.00, Sl.SO. $2.00, $2.50, & $3.00 SEAT SALE OPENED THIS MORNING AT TEN. �CLUS8 ARE TRUMPS" 2'Rear l:ons80Rie Luke Comedy TONIGHT ANIIfTOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS THE GIRL WITH THE $1,000,000 pOLLA^ SMILE, IN **An ^inikteur Orphan** Som'i gassy, uitset stomt^chi indlges tlou, lieartburn, dyspepsia; when the food yon oat fermAnts Into gases and atubborn lumps'; your head acties and you. feel sick ^ and/miserable, that's when you realize the magic in Pape'a I>ifi|(�psln. It malieB all atomacli mls\ 'eryi.vnn|ah In .tiv�: minutes. r IT'your stomacii la in a continuous revSltr-lf yoix^anft get it regulated, 'please,-for your sake, try Papa's da-J pepsiuilt's 80 needless, to have a badiatontach-malte your next meal a favo'rltettood meal, then take a little Dia'pepstn. There will-not be any dis-treaa-rreat without fear. It's, because Pgpi^'a, Plapepsin "really does'*.regulate, weak, out-of-order atorawibs th^t gives It its millions ot sales, annually. Get a l^rge fittyrcant case of Patie's Olapepsin from, any drug stpre, It: is tbe quickest, sur��t stomach relief and cure knojvn, It;.acts almostJllke magic ^it la. a 8oieuttttorhu'mieas:and pleas' ant HUHn�oh, prepgratlon w|ilch truly a in every home,-Adverts The Fall of Babylon the Modem Chutch h it A Failure �\ Is It A Fratid � / IVesent Day Conditiont in Uie Ckurcliei forttoti CmturiMAyo in the Bible. , Ybii are invited to h�ar Pastor E. J. Baker; of Nei York, ior /seven years a missionary in CKinfU Fact^ wiU be plainly slated, biit with kindness to all bitf nialieeto.none. ^ . ^ . 'yy.'.U..................v^^,.^-.-- Att WfTcomc Af Eighjt 9.in. Auspices Associatf foible Stndents^:. .;.3eatS'.'Creo.4 No;,^(i|i^c^^^ 77 79 ?38599 8?2893239?84 96 ;