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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1918 FillROER IN THE U. S. Wa.hlnoton,^ Jan. 17.-Fl�ih.- .Hitchcock's resolution wm adopt' d by the nnatc.  WashlI^gtol1^ Jan. IB.- Senator Hitchcock, Democrftt, today introthic ed a rojfolutlon In tlio Henato to suspend tli6 tuol order for live days. Senator Hitchcock Introduced his resolution litter contorrlng with other Dorao-orftllc loaders In the senate who bavo npprehonalouB of tl�o wiKdoni iind the ^ftect of the order. Dr. Onrflold aerocd to go before the senate committee at once. ' Wont Order Suspended Washington, Jan. 17.-A movement for suHpension of Fuel Administrator PartiaUI'a oi-'der until after Its necessity la^^HtahrBhed by investigation was sot afoot t,oday fii the scnrfto. A voaolution to tl�t puriJoao was prepared by Senator Galllnger, Ilopublican loader, after confqr'onces with other Republican leaders who wore doter-mlnefl to prevent, if poasible, having Iho coal order go Into effect. ATLAS TRANSFER BAGGAGE EXP'^SS COAL C.O.D. . ^ PHONE 171.7 i B. Wigg,;Prop. Office: FrankvMires' Shoe Store Fourth Ave, S. / - 31-6 -New*� of the agitation evidently got to the oars 6t the administration leaders, bdcauae Fuel Administrator TJar-tleUl hurried to the capitol. Department Stores Tdo WaBhington, Jrin. 17.-The fuel order will prohibit use ot coal in stores and mercantile ostabltshpients In these tferma: "Wholesale or'retail stores or 'any other stores, business houaoa or building whatever/ except that for the purpose of selling SooA only, tor which , purpose stores. may maintain ndceasary heat until 12 o'clock-noon, and for the purpose ol selling drugs and medical supplfes only, stores may maintain necessary h'eat throughout the day'and evening.".' "Tho 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, bis assisUnt at- the miners' convention at Indianapolis: "Please state that the order closing industr.os i,for five days will not Slow down miners. I am making provision for that an(^ also include In. my appeal re quest that labor bo not allowed to suffer during five days or suhaequenT Mondays affected by order. I teel con fident preat masses., of employers throughout country will regard this as necessary Incident i of the' war to be borne ky them and not shifted to labor" ' Joint Jlesolutlon, I Washington, Jan. 17.-^A joint' res-; olutlon to prevent enforcoment-ot the I fttel order^was introduced in the house ; ot representatives by Kepresentatlvo �� > > -B-j':' > *:� : ; ; ^ 1 ,> SUNK BY SUB THE- LETHBRipGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE - London', Jan. 17.-The Amer-,lcan sailing vessel Monltbr has been sunkSjiy a-submarine near Fuerte Vonkura, one ot the Canary Islands, a despatch from l.(as I'almas td thd wireless pi-css reports. The crew wns saved, - {. �. � � > * O Smith of New'York, The resolution declares "that It ik the senso ot the congress that the order of the tuol administrator is unnpcessary and that an effic."ent movement ot cars and'ships and tulj operation of coal mines will obviate the need ot shutting down of the Industrial machinery otthe country and meet the need ot the present situation." , -;� , , Gives His Reasons. Washington, Jan. 17.--Dr. Garfield went before tho,comrolttoe shortly after a o'clock and told his reasons tor Issuing the order. 1"ne, fuel and railroad situation, ho said, made the action Imperative, '"fho purpose ot the order," sttld Dr. Garfield,; "is not to Interfere In the slghtest with the loading ot coal at i.Hc mines. This Is made clear in the amplitication of the nb-stracl." A modification decided upon this morning, Dr. Garfield said, put all con- IAS TO NEW WAR FLOUR Local millers hayo not yet recifved dotlhlto Instruction as to the now standard war flour to ho nianufaotur-od by ail Canadian millers after Jnn-uai'y, 28th. "W.o do not know W^l what will be the composition of the npw flour," the Herald was told jit the KlUson Milling Co. office. "All wo kno-.v la what has appeared in the ncwspTpcrs, that 265 pounds of wheat Is all that will Be ullowort in making a barrel of flour, 19fi pounds. This.will mean a saving ot probably 10 ()r,15 pounds of wheat to.the;barrel according to' the grade of wheat,' and will- simply mean that a small percentage of shorts will be :uiaod to the flour. The result will bo darker flour and darker bread, but it will be a long way from the .war bread of.England." ' Whether the governmnnt will require that No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 and FRIDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Iclno Susar. Reoular -IB* P�r "J- OKo Friday, 2 lbs.......,................... ,Q, C. Onions. Regular 6c lb, t'9C|> Friday, 6 lbs......................fcwL Robertson's Black Currant Jam, Reaular,35c. OQ_  Friday, each . v........................ fcSfl. "Lilac Rose" Soap (Glycerine) Regular 10e, OC_ Friday, 3 for........................... fcsli.. "Canada First" Evaporpted Milk. Reoular 15c. AC- Friday, 7 for.......................... �fOC "Seal of Quality" Flour (49 lb. sack). Reg- o o/| uar $3.00. Friday ..................... fc�Ov Finest Snow Apples. Regular $?,60 per case. | qa Friday, par case ....................... L�Vv Loose Muscatel Raisins. Regular 2 lb. for 36c. OO Friday, 2 lbs. for....... .............. fcOC Worcestshlre Sauce. Regular 20o. 1 C ' Friday, each ........................... IDC Panshlne. Regular 2 for 25c. 1(J> your -homo. Try us. ' PHONE 1206 TAKE"GnETS"IF HEADACHY, BILIOUS Best f:ir Liver and Bowels, B/d "Breath, Bad Colds, Sour' Stomach. . COAL lOR SALE By Carload .Only ' 00W8LEY LANiJ A&ENCY/ PHONE 1809 ^ Cor. 1st Ave hiid lOtU^ Street Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coateH tongue, head and nose clogged ap with u cold-always trace this *a torpid liver; delayed, in-the bowels or sour, gassy-stomach. Polsonoua^watter clogged In the Intestines, instead of being cast out ol the system ia re^absorbed into the blocjd. When'this poison reaches the delicate' brain itlasiie it causes congestion j^nd that' dull, throbbing,' aiclc-eningheadacheM i' /  / Cascarets'' Immediately cleanse the dtbmach,'remove the sour, 'undigested food and foul gasiss; ,takb the excess bile from the liver and carry out all tlie constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels, A Cascaret tonight will surely straighte.n you out by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent, box from your druggist means your head clear, stomach s)veet and your liver regular for months,;-Advertisement. to permit certain war industi'le^ to op-orate despite the ordor. Shipbuilding, he said, was one of them, but if the industries to be exempt were to bo class'ifed In the order, it would cause; I'd storm of protest and embarrass the fuel'administration. He said the asc-relarles ot the war and the navy do-partmonta were, preparing such a Hat. The list ot exempted industries,'Dr. Gayfield said, would include those im-raecliat;ely necessary in the conduct of the war., AsMe from shipping and airplanes, "ho said, ho did not know what the list would contain, v The order was made necessary, Dr, Garfield said, by transportation conditions, which had made It impossible to supply, industries and at the same time furn:sli^ion�*'3 and public institutions, 'The necessity tor moving ships, he said, was so great that drastic moasitr-es were compulsory. ' Canada Has Suff cient Washington, Jan. 17.-Senator Kdl-, logg, Republican ot Minnesota, denied that'the northwest was receiving coal, loclnrlng tliat much ot the coal loaded on the lakes was transported to Canada when .t .was impossible tor people living at the heart of the lakes \oget coal. Senator'Pomarene .said lie had been told that the people of Canada,' had sufficient coal to last until July, / Magrath' Won't DIdcuss It Toronto,- Jan, 17.-C. A. Magrath, 3om!nlon fuel controller Is in Toronto. In vie-\Y of the news dispatches Indlcat-'ng that the manufacturers ^n the Un-ted States east 6f the MIss.'ssippI have been ordered to eioao down five days, Mr. Magrath wijs asked if any such iction; was contemplated in -Canada. "If I saythat no auoh action is prob-iblc hero the, people in'tUe United Itates will wont to know why that is, nd if I say that the factories ot Can-, da muat close down for a week, they �vlll wonder why this has not already been done," he repHed. I , May Take Action in Canada ' Otfawa, Jan. 17-.-The announcement that Fuel Administrator Garfield, ot the United States, has decided to close factor.'es east of the Jifssissippi, for a five day period in order to conoerva ,8ay but they were inclined to think that such '.would be the cas^. At^any rate flour will not bo 80. very bad. It will be far ahead of the present^,lo,'fr=grade flour which is sold on a feed basis. No iitformation is available as to whether the ndw flour will reduce the price ot thgt household comt^odity. Quebec, Jan. 17,-^TIio^debate on the motion of J. N. Franeoeur, deputy for Lotblniere, dealing with the conditional Eecession of Quebec from the confederation of Canadian provinces was opened this afternoon. The motion is as follows; � ' ' ; "Thl3-houBq.'l6 of tne ppinlon that the province of ,Quebec would be disposed to accept tlic of the contederatioii'pa EYS, EAR. NOSE AND \ THROAT'.SPECIALIST. Office roomi. �121-12^ New/P. Burns Building, Corner 8tb Ava. ' tnA, 2nd St, Bast, Calgary, v'OK'oo Plione\M2848 .; ' Residence 'Phdno MZOT?" Interne, Br4d Ho.ise' Surgeoa-Manbattan' Bye, Bar, Nbso and -Throat Hospital, New YorkcUr,'. 'Specialist fp.Calgary Sclioel ' JBoard � 274-211 MltCHEL|.LIVOlY DAY OR NIQHT Wesley T. Flyiin, attt6j.ivery ^ Day^Phono 14411; N|ght Phono 7S7v AU?tfONEERS i We 'Wish to MUiounca thai . Pet^ lieVal(�y and U I, N16hol' ipDihayo (sonsolidated their \Kr 1 tereatsj,a'� .uTuctloneerB ^nd will' Y .con^duois onles anywhere , in the .' � prbvince. The bes( ot workinati-snip aiid,satisfaction guaranteed orno pay. Pdlr sale, dates, phQnO'1063 or ' 205" Rural, ' ' >  Yourif for buslnQSB, L-eyALLEY AND NICHOLSON , , Auctioneers, A. -1 \ -/ tPRAyihiQ Of .\l|.K.nU!i WcitcrnTransfcrCo. / .\ lMltll,tMi\ bnieo-c. P. R. Frsight Sitsdi PHONES' Offleo ..>....;,.., ,lt�., s opinion of''the other provinces, it^js. ilbelieved that the said p/ovince Is anipb^tunlty to wear beautiful clothes obstacle to the mnlpn, 'progress and, than ahe has had In her other foa-developm^t of Canada." j ^ It was rumored around the parliament,building that Arthur Sauve. chlet ot the Conservative opposition /n the legislature wouW-introduce an amendment to the Prancoisur motion, urging the house to apply to the imperial goverhrrient'for irertress of any injustice the provlnce;of Quebec may have suffered at the hands ot the other trfembers ot the cdnCederatlonor public bodies. Such, an^ ahiendment, it �was argued In-abniia^quarters, would bring about an enquiry into the situation by a royal commission. ,Mr. FraHcoeup Speaks ^ Speaking to his motion, Mr: Pram coour at the outset referred to the attention it had provoked. Some ot the opinions oxpreved about it were friendly and some were adverse. These opiiiiions, however, all indicated an uneasy mentality, a certain apprehension to^^the future, and while they reiflect-ed With fidelity the'Ideals/principles. away with the tiresome waits. The Maude Henderson company will' remain continuously at the Majestic, only leaving tho tl\eatre when the various "road" shows come along. All seats will be reserved In advances at popular prices...... , AT THE EMPRESS Thelma Salter, the Triangle phlld actress, who appeared with, Prank Keenan in "The Crab" arid in support ot Enid Bennett in "Happiness," comes forth as a full fledged star in the fairyland picture, "In Slumbefland." at the Empress tonight. This delightful kiddle Is already a favorite, although she has made , but three or foui- appearances on � the screen in featured parts, ^'In Slumber-land" is a romantic journey into the mysteries ,of youthful dreamland, where elfs^and fairies dance among f4Mitaatic settings,  Also a two-reel Fox comedy, EVELYN NESBITT COMING Coming to the Empress Monday fresh from a remarkable engagement at the Cohan l^heatre. New York, where It was the supreme photo-dramat;ic sensation ot the year, we are to see "Redemption," with Evelyn Nesbitt and her son Russell Thaw. In this, her screen debut. Miss Nesbitt became a star over night. Broadway went wild over,.'yiede|nption." It was a profound sensation, winning instantly by superb photography, the thrill and tense interest ot its narrative,, the great motHor-lovc displayed! by the heroine, Miss Nesbitt's , truly ' wonderful emotional powers, the excellent cast; and fine stage direction by Julius areger arid Joseph A. Golden, nothing juat liko- it ever had been seen before and Broadway enthusias->tically welcomed tho novelty.' _..... - -------- - ------ - - passions and even'prejudiced minds the coal supply comes as a complete ttfoy clearly indicated that there had surprise to the Dominion government - come to chang� fn'our national Can- The � importance of 'the stop decided adian life that a grave situation exists upon by Mr. Gartjeld is tully realized and that some new problem has because Iprembves air doubts .as-to sprung-^^up, the solution of which Is-I the serious nature ot the shortage impefative. . �, ,� ( across the border. No official ihdlca- ';Som> admit thtjiiexfstence of such t.'on as to .whether Canada will follow a" prbblpni and ore willing to boldlv the example set-up'by i the. United taekU- It."'Mr. Franeoeur" cpntlnuod. States is yet forthcoming; "Others do not deny its existence but There is a somewhat general ,im-.prefer to delay fta study,, believing "pression at'the capital that,, in'^view 01 the tact that-Canada is largely dependent upon ^ f Mi COUNCIL'. � Washington, Jan.. 17.-Two bills, one creating a supqv war council ot three meinbois and anotjier for a directoriof war Industries were tacitly agreed upon today by the senate milv| itary'commltt'ce as 'measures to centralize the nation's .war operations. . AT THE MAJESTIC An event of,great interest to the generdl publicywill be tjio presentation of Oliver Morosco's laughing comedy, "The Brat" at the Majestic Theatre two nights and Saturday matinee, Friday and Saturday, Jan. 18-19. - It'lB tho first flme "The Brat" has been presented, outside ot New York City, Tivhere it had .long runs at the. Harris and Morosco theatres, giving, considerably over 200 performances. . This brilliant comedy by Maude Pulton bubbles over with mirth and laughter. .1. It is a clean, wholesome play with a |few outspoken truths con-, cernlng the^ sbcalltfd "respectable", class, and a love interest which grips the heart strings and may cause a' tear' or tw(^ > , A decided treat is Ih store for theatre goers, next Monday when tlie 'Maude Henderson players open a stock'engagement- ji^ the Majestic theatre with George Broadhurst'a powerful comody.-drama "The Lure ot WoaUh.v This will be> the llrst time In piany years that a real repertoire company have' attempted an engagement of any length in this city, and whilst, the tnanagement 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 Maujlo Henderson- Playeif^. The en-gagemept here, which opeps on Monday next, will h6 continued indefinitely, and the company will offer an entirely new play, 'eagli evfening. A pleasing feature of the shows will be the Introductidn of vaudev.lle speoiST-lles between the acts, thereby Aoing TONIGHT -10c-,18c MUsBILLlEBURKE in "Gloria's Romance'! More Thrilling Than Ever. > A 2-Reel L-KO. Scream Latest Current Events and Mutt and Jeff Comedy.'.O^her. good, pictures'. A big show for. the money. Remember it's at^the Orpheum tonljaht. SOMETHING NEW COMMENCING NEXT M0N.JAN.21 J. C. PARENT OFFERS THE MAUDE HENDERSQN REPERTOIRE COMPANY OPENING PLAY JMONDAY NIGHT The'Powerful Four Act Comedy-Drama "The Lure of Wealth" By GEO. BR0ADHUR8T Vaudeville Speddties ' ~ Between Acts PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES,J , 75c, 50c, 25c friday"and saturday pathe presentsVhE best dressed woman in america MRS. VERNON CASTLE **la"of the Secret Service" L/CST TIMES T9A1GHT / FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT BILLIE BUJIUCE 'The Mysterious Miss Ter^f' A Splendid Paramount Paature. Don't . MIsa It. ; Also "FROM LONDON TO LARAMIE'' ' A Two Root- Sererni THELMA SALTER in "SLUMBERLAND'' A Triangle of Rare Beauty. A Big " Show for tho Monty. \Th9 Speed Kings of Fox Pllma � , � Preoenta ^ 'THE BRAIN STORM'' Featuring, Billy Mason'and Others, in a Br^nd New Two Reel Fox. ; Alto Latest Weekly. ^- UlESTfimi San Franelseo, Jan. 17.r-Gar* mar>V'8 latest attempt to destroy '^j the vvheat crop of California and* � other statesh^s taken the formiofi: shlprrtent to this country of powerful poWonouB pollen-to bedlstrlb:- ' uted -by German agents here\ln^V' such a manner asto.^klll the entire output of this state,'according (0/ a bulletin Issued'today by the state council of dafenw. i -'-'-' ' V SEIZE BOAT- � . , Kansas Cltyj.Mo., Jan.t.;;,16,-More this n;s,COO.�'tons foal at a refiner^ of, tho Standard Oil Company ' near here..wefo sozed today, by the-Idbal ruol'admlnletratlon. The coal wlU'be'" dl8tribi)ted amoi^g miicutacturera, 4t, >vua^nnnouuced'�.A, \ X' ' ' Majestic Tomorroiy, Frh, Jan. 18 SiX the Comedy Success of the Season. Coming Here after 200 Crowded Nights in New York.-- Brilianf Broadway Cast Supporting REA MARTIN. Better Than 'Fig O* My Heart" 03 ;