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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. JANUARY 17, 19JS TIIK- LETHBRIPGE DAILY IIRIULD PAGE FIVE o : ? t* su iiHL MILLERS i THE Loudon, Jan. 17.-The American sailing vessel Monitor Una been Himloby a submarine near Puerto Venfcuni, ono of Iho fCanary Inlands, a despatch from I./Us Palnias td the wireless proas reports. Tho erew was saved. A 7# 7* A *% % ? > A FRIDAY'S GROCE Washington, Jan. 17.-Flash.- Hitchcock's resolution was adopted by the senate. Washington,"* Jan. 15.- Senator Hitchcock, Democrat:, t'o'day intrortuc ed a resolution in the senate to suspend the fuel order for live days. Senator IliUhoock introduced his reaohi-tlon after conferring w th oiher Democratic loaders in tho .senate who have apprehensions of U�e wisdom and the effect of the order. Dr. Garfield agreed to go hetoro the senate committee at once. Want Order Suspended Washington, Jan. 11.-A movement for suspension of Puol Administrator Garfield's order until after Its necessity iu^csUihl'slied hy investigation was set afoot today in the senate. A resolution to thjfit purpose was prepared by Senator I GalUnger, Republican loader, after conferences with other Republican leaders who were determined to prevent, if possible, having the coal order go Into effect. f Office 1 RANKER AGGAGE EXPRESS COAL C.O.D. PHONE 171.7 B. Wigg, Prop. : Frank-Mli'es' Shoe Store Fourth Ave. S. 31-6 News of the agitation evidently ^ot to the ears of the administration Ipad-ors, because Fuel Administrator TJur- Ueld hurried to the capitol. Department Stores Too Washington, Jan. 17.-The fuel order will prohibit use of coal in stores and mercantile establishments in these terms: "Wholesale or retail stores or any other stores, business houses or building whatever, except that for the purpose of selling food only, for which purpose stores may maintain necessary heat until 12 o'clock noon, and for the purpose of selling drugs and medical supplies only, stores may maintain necessary heat throughout tho day and evening." The order would appear to apply to departmental stores as well as all others. Fuel Administrator Garfield today sent the following telegram to John P. White, his assistant at- the miners' convention at Indianapolis: "Please state that the order closing industr'es for five days will not slow down miners. I am making provision for that and also Include in my appeal request that labor be not allowed to suffer during five days or subsequent Mondays affected by order, f feel confident great masses of employers throughout country will regard this as necessary incident of the war to he borne by them and not shifted to labor " Joint .Resolution. Washington, Jan. 17.-A joint resolution to prevent enforcement-of the fttol order was introduced in the house of representatives by Representative BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX *YEAR8 We know our -way around tht* country as well as yon know the way from your office t|> y oitv homo. Try us. - PHONE 1206 Smith of New York. The resolution declares "that it is the sense of'tho ('(ingress that iho aider of iho fuel ad-j ministrator is unnecessary and that an effie'ent movement of cars and ships and full operation of coal mines will obviate the need of shutting down of the industrial machinery of Die country and meet tho nCed of the present situation." m Gives His Reasons. Washington, Jan. 17.--Dr. Garfxld went before the committee shortly after li o'clock and told his reasons foi issuing the order. Yne fuel and railroad situation, be said, made the action imperative. "The purpose of the order," said Dr. Garfield,. "is not to interfere in the si ghtest w^lli the loading of coal at the mines. This in made clear in the amplification of the abstract." A modification decided upon this morning. Dr. Garfield said, put all consumers in the preferential list on an equal basis, with'no preference shown to/ any one class. �Dr. Garfield said that the plan was to permit certain war industries to operate despite the order. Shipbuilding, he said, was one of them, but if the industries to he exempt were to bo elassif ed in the order, it. would cause a storm of protest and embarrass the fuel administration. He said the secretaries of the war and tiic navy departments were preparing such a list. The list of exempted industries,' Dr. Garfield said, would include those immediately necessary in the conduct of the war. As de from shipping and airplanes, he said, ho did not know what the list would contain. N The order was made necessary, Dr. Garfield said, hv transportation conditions, which had made it impossible to supply industries and at the same time furn'sh.-hon*�s and public institutions. The necessity for moving ships, he said, was so great that drastic measures were coninulsory. Canada Has Suff cient Washington, Jan. 17.-Senator Kellogg, Republican of Minnesota, denied Local millers have not yet received definite instruction as to dm new standard war flour to hf manufactured by all Canadian miliars after January, 2To. 1. No. 2 and No. \\ and even lower'grades of wheat be mixed for the manufacture* of the new war flour the local millers were unable to say but they were Inclined to think that such would be the case. At'any rate the new flour will not be so very had. It will be far ahead of the present, low-grade flour which is sold on a feed basis. No iiiformation is available as to whether the new flour will reduce the price of that household commodity. Icing Sugar. Regular 15c per lb. Friday, 2 lbs........................... B, C. Onions. Regular 6c lb. Friday, 6 lbs.......................k .  . Robertson's Black Currant Jam. Regular 35c.  Friday, each.......................... "Lilac Rose" Soap (Glycerine) Regular 10c, Friday, 3 for ........................... "Canada First" Evaporated Milk. Regular 15c. Friday, 7 for .......................... 25 25 29 25 95 2.80 "Seal of Quality" Flour (49 lb. sack). Reg- unr $3.00. Friday ..................... Finest Snow Apples. Regular $2.50 per case. -J q/\ Friday, per case ....................... 1�v^ur 25,000 BOYS IN SASK Regina, Sask., Jan. 17.-Twenty-five thousand 'teen age hoy* will be ra;sed by the Y. M. C. A. of Saskatchewan In the campaign organized by the national council of the Y. M. C. A., according to announcement here today. The co-operation of the grain growers associations will he sought and the provincial doTV"'t nvnt of agriculture, education and labor. away with tho tiresome watts. The Matide Henderson company will remain continuously at the Majestic, only leaving the theatre when the various "road" shows come along. Ail seats will be reserved in advances at popular prices. Quebec, Jan. 17.-The.debate on the motion of J. N. Francoeur. deputy for Lotblniere, dealing with the conditional secession of Quebec from the confederation of Canadian provinces was opened this afternoon. The motion is as follows: "This house, is of the opinion that | the province of,Quebec would be dis-1 ing. I I AT STARLAND l * A new "mystery" has appeared on the screen in the shape of adorable i Billie Burke's latest picture, "The Mysterious Miss Terry," a Paramount Picture. The picture is as unfathomable as the title indicates and from the very first foot of film holds you breathless in Us grip. You can't afford to miss Billie Burke in "The Mysterious Miss Terry" which will be shown at Slarland for the last tinfes ton'ght. It's one of the best productions of the season*: The two reel comedy "From London to Laramie" on the same program is one of the best ever shown in the city. /Irene Castle's next screen appearance will be in another of the Pathe plays, "Sylvia of the Secret Service" in many ways the best yet of the complete features;in which she is starr-As Its^name indicates, it is a detective, play characterized by thrills and fast action. In it, Mrs. Castle AT THE EMPRESS Thelma Salter, the Triangle child actress, who appeared with Frank. Keenan in "The Crab" and in support] of Enid Bennett in "Happiness," comes forth as a full fledged star in the fairyland picture, "In Slumberland," at the Empress tonight. This delightful kiddie is already a favorite, although she has made but three or four appearances on the screen in featured parts. "U\ Slumber-land" is a romantic journey into the mysteries of youthful dreamland, where elfs,and fairies dance among fantastic settings. Also a two-reel Fox comedy. Best that the northwest was receiving coal, I ptjsert to accept the breaking of the tcclaring that much of the coal load- j confederation pact of 1867, if, in the. lopin'on of the other provinces, it is | has a part that gives her greater op-Mbelieved that the said province is an | portunky to wear beautiful clothes ^obstacle to the -.union, 'progress and, than she has had in her other fea-th, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. \0 get coal. Senator Pomereno said 'development of Canada." i I tures. The picture will play at Star- It was rumored around the' parlia-,land Friday and Saturday, ment building that Arthur Sauve, chief of the Conservative opposition in the legislature wouM-inlrodiice an amend t � r Liver and Bowels,, B'/d -.'d on iho l-ke.' was transported to ":innda when t was impo:^;ible for people living r.t the hend of Hie lakes EVELYN NESBITT COMING Coming to the Empress Monday fresh from a remarkable engagement at the Cohan Theatre, New York, where it was the supreme photo-dramatic sensation of the year, we are to see "Redemption," with Evelyn Nesbitt and her son Russell Thaw. In this, her screen debut, Miss Nesbitt becam^ a star over night. Broadway went wild over "Redemption." It was a profound sensation, winning instantly by superb photography, the ( thrill and tense interest of its narra-1 tive, the great mother-love displayed . by the heroine, Miss Nesbitt's truly ! wonderful emotional powers, the ex-1 cellent cast,- and fine stage direction j by Julius STeger and Joseph A. Golden, | nothing just like it ever had been seen before and Broadway enthusiastically welcomed the novelty. SOMETHING NEW COMMENCING NEXT M0N.JAN.21 J. C. PARENT OFFERS THE MAUDE REPERTOIRE COMPANY COAL FOR SALE By Carload .Only DOW8LEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1S09 Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold-always trace this *,o torpid Hver; delayed, fermenting food in-the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the intestines, instead of being caBt out of the system is re-absorbed Into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes congestion jgnd that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. f Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent, box from your druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet and your liver regular for months,.-Advertisement. he had been told lhat the people of Canada had sufficient coal to last until July. Magrath Won't Discuss It Toronto, Jan. 17.-C. A. Magrath. | ment to the Francoeur motion, urging lonjinion fuel controller is :?i Toronto. ; tne house to apply to the imperial in view of the news dispatches indicat-j government for redress of any injus-*ng that the manufacturers in the tin-; tice the province of Quebec may have ted States east, of the Miss'ssippi have : suffered at the hands of the other BOB'S AUTO LIVERY OKAYING Phone* 1345 or 1$Rt Turner Witchell Closed and heated cars for city nnd co ntry trips. Hospital calls r specialty. STAf.'O, ALEXANDA HOTEL DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St Coal CCD. Dr. A.T. Spank M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2348 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and Ho.tse Manhattan Eye, Ear. Throat Hospital, New 11)11-1914. 'Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 -T~ Surgeon. Nose and York City, MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGHT Wesley T. Flynn Phono 1750 AUCTfON EERS M^e wish to announce that Peter LeValley ahd L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their inr terests as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhere in the province. The best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business, L-VALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. D R A YING Of All'.K.nib WesternTransfer Co. (rfflce-C. P. R. Freight �:��d� PHCNE� office ........... lies Stables ..'........ 1064 *)eon ordered to close down five days, Mr. Magrath was asked if any such iction was contemplated in -Canada. "If I say that no such action is prohibits* here the people in the United itates will want to know why that is, nd if I say that tho factories of Can-da must close down for a week, they /111 wonder why this has not already ueen done," he replied. May Take Action in Canada Ottawa, Jan. 17-.-The announcement that Fuel Administrator Garfield, of the United States, has decided to close factor'es east of the Mississippi, for a five day period in order to conserve the coal supply comes as a complete surprise to the Dominion government The importance of the step decided upon by Mr. Garfield is fully realized because i^ removes all doubts ,as to the serious nature of the shortage across the border. No official indication as to whether Canada will follow the example set up by the United States is yet forthcoming. There is a somewhat general impression at the capital that, in view of the fact that Canada is largely do-pendent upon the United Stales for coal supplies, the. government will i and for ail." probably have to show an equally strong disposition to conserve the supply. This could only bo done by \ the Issuance of similar orders n ro gartf to Canadian industries. Should there be a similar suspension of operation of Canadian, factories, however, it would doubtless be for dates jaib-sequent to those fixed by Mr. Car-field's order. Tho* su^es! ion is made here that Canad*an factories init close down for f ve day:- following the five drfS's suspension of activities in the United Stot.es. 'May Not Revoke It Washington, Jan. 17.--After Fuel Administrator Garfield left the senate committee, it was indicated that even if the snivite passed a1 resolution it did not follow that the order would be revoked as the administration regarded drastic action necessary to relieve the situation. The senate resumed discussion of the H tchcod' resolution ^soon after "four p.m. After a quorum had been obtained Senator Reed began the making of a verbal report on Dr. Garfield's statement to the committee. members of the confederation or public bodies. Such an amendment, it . AT THE MAJESTIC An event of great interest to the general publ.'cywill be the presentation of Oliver Morosco's laughing comedy, "The Brat" at the Majestic Theatre two nights and Saturday matinee, Friday and Saturday, Jan. 1S-19. It is the first time "The Brat" has ARPHEUMI U - Hi ---------- -- -- 'been presented outside of New York was argued in sotm quarters, would \ City wnere \t had long runs at the ----*.....Bit,,B''Harris and Morosco theatres, 'giving bring about an enquiry into the situa tion by a royal commission. Jfir. Francoeur Speaks Speaking to his motion, Mr. Fram coour at the outset referred to the attention it had provoked. Some of the opinions expreved about it were I friendly and some were adverse. These " opinions, however, all indicated an uneasy mentality, a certain apprehension for the future, and while they reflected With fidelity the ideals/ principles, passions and even'prejudiced minds they clearly indicated that there had come to chang*: in our national Canadian life that a grave situation exists and that some new problem has sprung up, the solution of which is imperative. T "Some admit"thy-existence of such a problem and ?re willing1 w boldly t.pckh* it." "Mr. Francoeur continued. "Others do not d^nv its existence but prefer to delay its study, believing that time will come to our aid. I am one of those who believe in facing rha situation immediately and solving once I i Lit COUNCIL Washington, Jon. 17.-Two hills, i one creating a sunor war council of three mcmbeis and another for a director of war industries were tacitly agreed upon today by the senate rniKj itnry committee as measures to centralize the nation's war operations. considerably over 200 performances. . This brilliant comedy by Maude Fulton hubbies over with mirth and laughter. It is a clean, wholesome play with a few outspoken truths con- j cerning the,, socalle'd "respectable" ' class, and a love Interest which grips the heart strings and may cause a' tear or two. A decided treat is in store for theatre goers next Monday when the Maude Henderson players open a stock %engagement at the Majestic theatre with George Broadhurst's powerful comedy drama "The Lure of Wealths This will be the first time in many years that a real repertoire company have attempted an engagement of any length in this city, and whilst, the management of the Majestic feel they are taking somewhat of a risk, they feel assured that local playgoers will assuredly support a first class stock company such as the Maude Henderson- Players. The engagement here, which opens on Monday next, will be continued indefinitely, and the company will offer an entirely new play, each evening. A pleasing feature of the shows will be the introduction of vaudev'He spt-ciaT lies between the acts, thereby doing Miss BILLIE BURKE in "Gloria's Romance" More Thrilling Than Ever, �* A 2-Reel L-KO Scream Latest Current Events and Mutt and Jeff Comedy. Other good pictures. A big show for the money. Remember it's at the Orpheum tonight. OPENING PLAY MONDAY NIGHT ThePowerful Four Act Comedy- Drama "The Lure Wealth" By GEO. BROADHURST r Vaudeville Specialtic Between Acts PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES. 75c, 50c, 25c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE PRESENTS THE DRESSED WOMAN IN AMERICA MRS. VERNON CASTLE LAST TIMES TqdllGHT FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT BILLIE BURKE IN the Service V The Mysterious Miss Terry' A Splendid Paramount Feature. Don't Miss It. Alto "FROM LONDON TO LARAMIE" A Two Reel Scream THELMA SALTER in SLUMBERLAND Tonight Only Prices 10c-25c^ A Triangle of Rare Beauty. Show for the Money. ft A Big The Speed Kings of Fox Films Presents "THE BRAIN STORM" Featuring Billy Mason and Others in a Brand New Two Reel Fox* Also Latest Weekly. "7 'www aj estic Two Nights Commencing Tomorrow, Fri 9 Jan Matinee Saturday STROY CR the Comedy Success of the Season. Coming Here afte Brilliant Broadway Cast Supporting REA MARTIN. r York THE PLAY LAUGHS San Francisco, Jan. 17.-Ger- na^v's latest attempt to destroy the whoat crop of California and other states has taken the form of^ s'hipnncnt to this country of powerful poisonous polfen to be distributed by German agents here In* such a manner as to kill the entire output of this state, according to a bulletin issued today by the state council r.f deferco. SEIZE BOAT Kansas City, i\Io., Jan. 16.-More than S COO'tons-of coal at a refinery ot! the Standard Oil Company near here were so zed today by the local fuel'administration. The coal will he distributed among manufacturers, H was announced v Better Than lkFag O* My Heart* SEATS AT NOW SELLING THEATRE Prices: Nights: $1.50, $1, 75c, Sat. Mat.: $1.00, 75c, ALL RESERVED 50c 50c t I NOT A MOTION PICTURE ;