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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY PAGE FIVB May ask 9il In tiro holism thin afternoon If It tho intention oC the government to tnko nny a stop to the of tho Canadian grain trad a nnrt to givo tlio trada to Canadian sea Sir Jlobnrt Itordon replied that owiiiK to hn It nncos snry to all the Atlantic ports from tlnio to f Edwards asked lio minister of militia whether young mhn from tho farms who were aged from 20 to 22 and who had boon enllod upon to re port for would le allowed in return to the farms after doing He nskwl tills question in view of the announcement by tho minister that young men from tho cities bo called before the General Mewburn said that regis trars had been requested to send out notices to men in urban centres call farmers who suffered through the fail ure of the tobacco further Inden tured by having pay a McLftan said thiit the reg ulations connection With tho new tax would provldejhat in cases where tobacco was damaged the tax would be In reply to Charles the minister of justice said that Canadian Copper Company had made application to the government for dis allowance of the Statuu which amendedthe Ontario Mlrting Act In relation t the taxation of nickle or nlckle The Ddherty had de termined not to air the power of dis Cannon hada number of ques tions to ask In regard to any negotia tions which proceeded the adoption of prohibition by the Sir v Tho action taken by the govern atl In regard to thn scope of the Hives tlgatloti ami this did an president of tbi rend a telegram from Quobec stating that applications for in lloyal Flying Corps wore pouring in at Thin announcement WIIH with cheers on both sides of the Reinstate Sir Sflin Hughes asked If In view of the scandalous existing in the medical service in It was llio intention of the government to re Instato Robert Horden in reply stated he lind no knowledge of such a MtunHiin existing and MO fur ns he was to sny the were never ing on them to report before notifying In some cases this had the result of any con not been done and In others there had ference agreement or pact with any been Home difficulty in distinguishing parfy M parti08 relating to olec Between men in urban eentrns and or any matters connected there but was taken by tho govern ment solely from the standpoint of the public Replying to Doherty said the Military Ser vice Act had entailed expenditures up to date of The regis tration ofclass one men the act was Of these had Every effort was being mtidn to givo tho young men who wern on paged in seeding operations time to finish their work and they would 1m allowed to return to the farm after registering for about two Exemption Son Sir Hughes asked the minister of mlllUa whether any steps had been taken to provide for thd exerontlon of the only soiT widow ortrie sole support of a family whether a farmer or Sir Robert Borden replied that this matter had been dealt with In the statement made to the house by Gen oral Mewburn last No furth er information was MlCnaud said that in New Bruns wick the weeding Reason did not end until the middle of June two weeks was not long enough to re lease the General Mewburn replied that every effort would be to meet the needs of the various Tobacco Tax McCoig asked government whether the five per tax on home grown tooacco would apply to nil His reason for asking the question was that in certain sections of the country tobacco had suffered through frost and would have to he sold at a much tower figure than would otherwise Would the been actually placed Sir Robert Borden replying to Casgrain said a aubcommlttee of the cabinet had appointed to dual with the regulations of the commis sioner conducting the newsprint In Sir Robert in reply to a further was a di rector of tho Globe about five years but resigned his position as director at the time he undertook the leadership of the Liberal party n the provincial legislature and had not been a director Rowell had no personal or financial interest In either the Toronto Globe or Toronto Casgrain Rowell prohibit from Investigating the affairs of any newspaper or newspapers in Canada i Sir Robert Borden Rowell took no such steps except insofar as have communicated to the commissioner the opinion of the coun Dld the the commissionei Naval Service Advertising For Fancy Receptacles to Drink Booze From May Globe has run across a Circular to the Issued by the Department of the Canadian Naval in viting tenders for fancy receptacles for alcoholic bever including liquor and wine and that paper says editorially today Is the country to understand that the Governments antiliquor like Sir to and never goes to sea In these days of drastic prohibi and rigid economy when waste is a pronounced crime and people are implored to cut dawn what excusw is there for extravagance indicated by the naval service departments circu to say nothing of the use to which all this costly glasoware is put V lOYALYEASl favotlM for a quarter of a with Royal Ycttot win and miftfH ion sir than that mado with any that a fUll can easily be at one and lait will tut irood flrat MADE IN CANADA COMPANY LIMITED MC FIT List of Those Placed in Cate gory A by Medical Board SYTSEMINIST EXTRACTS FROM MONTHLY REPORT OF UTILITIES Strtol on Operation Only en Operation Only Expense Earnings Gain Light and Light and Power Coal Mine Goal Mine The decrease in earnings in all cases is directly due to extra cost of labor and ibmmissioner ofPublic Sir Alexander Gait TAG DAY Fifteen men were ionnd to bo fit for category A2 by tho medical board of review of which Nivin Is sitting Let abridge on Thirteen wore placed In category The A men wore as follows Joseph Frederick VuN Charles Viilcon En och Kmil Vulcan George Vulcan 131 con Edward Vulcan Na than Carmaugay Krank James Carmangay James Gladstone Lethbridge Arthur New Dayton Alfred Ed gar Lethhrldgc Lethbridgp Arthur Tho mas Lethbridgu Christopher Medicine Hat Edwin Joseph Those placed In category HJ are as follows Halton Joseph Win nlfred Walter Vulcan Mills Coaldale Thomas Aus Taber Fred Joseph Car Charles Xemiscam Donald Reuben Sterling William Donald Vulcan Peter Lethhridgc Hulpli Orion Clarence LethBjidge John Jack Florence Maymp Chnrlcs Ogle and Raymond Tim latter who lias made sev lirnl once with Sliiry i Pickfonl In Tho Little American and once with Geraldlne Farrar in Woman Gort takes the dlftlj cult role of 11 spy disguised as 11 worn The Secret Game IH one of the most uptodate photoplays of the year j and deals with the JapaneseAmerican j situation in a new and unexpected showing the two great couh1 tries to the strongest of allies and I The photoplay will appear at Starland tomorrow and m i i I AT THE ORPHEUM Tlie n sevenreol superpro which is at the Orpheum to night for the last contains some of the most Intensely interesting and thrilling systems of the present In Anierica today there are thous ands of men sneaking around to try and get all the details possible as to the movements of anything pertain ing to Many a person has often Do you know or do you know him and yet did you ever stop to think It is possible for your next door riblghbor to be a friend of the enemy r Mnx f a comedian olknown the Majestic for one night noxl May in James Montgomerys stage version of Fred erick Ishamn Noliiing Hut The As the llle it deals with A young slock phiynd by bpts his part lie can be Irnthfiil twentyfour The money he bets belongs to Ills tiancec who has raised il for n charllible anil whose father lias agrectl to give her twice Hie amount lor hor Complica tion after complication arises and the young broker goos through many trials in being a truthful young liii finally wins Hie although lie nearly lie girl of his Kigman is said lo have one of the best parts he lias over and lie will liave assistance of n well balanced and carefully hosn Lethbridge firhest Walter Western Ministers of Education Discuss Matters in Calgary Conference May ministers of their deputies and super intendents who began a conference here yesterday held no business ses iion this The period before lunch wasspent in a visit to pro vincial institute of technologSfwhere alarge nuhiber of nre being The conference1 is continuing this afternoon and prob ably will close At yesterdays session the minis ters and deputies succeeded in reach lag certain conclusions of great value education in the most important of which respects the train ing of teachers and uniformity of text The after Considerable hanl had prepared a report dealing with matters of mutual inter The conference decided upon an eight months course at the normal Singe it rumored a few weeks ago taat Vould bo pul tiitgoi an and member ship campaign this summer a number of locals haye been taking time by the forelock and asking for meetings and special In order that all claims may bo met if the Central Office has prepared a form which has boon sent to all sec retaries requesting information re garding the condition of the both and names of speakers who could assist in meet also for information in regard to adjacent unorganized territory where organizationmight be tarried and for the mimes of persons who nWght be counted upoii to take the AT THE EMPRESS Reviewed by Edward i A screen version of The Girl RebeYt Chambers story of j present was put rm at the I New New Years and was viewed by a series crowded Thn version was in i six although the picture bad been announced as an eightreel The necessity of condensing it i lo fit the Rialto programme resulted in one or two points not being sufti1 ciently explained and also of the part of Phillppa to some The Vltagraph Company has given the photoplay the benefit of an elabor ate and intelligent and Anita Stewart and the of the keep the acting at a high level of Rankin who adapted the story to the screen and j directed its has surroundj ed the scenes with the correct and infused the players with the spirit and intent of the So well lias The Girl Pliilippa been fashioned into a photoplay that it is difficult to suggest how tho picture could be improved without altering the construction of the Taken at its present the Chambers work possesses an absorbing but not always skilfully constructed var iety of speedy realistic glimpses of the great and a worth while love affair between a man and a maid who turns out to be This is at the Empress AT THE MAJESTIC Maxmell Amusement will of MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS STARTING May 7 Augustus Presents Americas Foremost Comedienne MAY ROBSON A LITTLE BIT OLD FASHIONED A MELODRAMATIC FARCE By ANNA NICHOLS A Blond of Best uptotheminute play of thu overflowing with humor and keen Filled with rapid PRICES 50c Seats on Sale All Day Saturday at Box MAIL ORDERS NOW To mnko folks happy lias ever the mission of May who wilt ho starred In ciiy by Augustus Iitoii In her A Uttlc Hit at the Majestic next Tuesday iiml May 7 anil Tim play is by Anna Playgoers who Miss Hobson is tho scHiio old New KnRland mint in Tho Rejuvenation of Aunt a In store in the coining of Hit in which slid plays tho title Tho stars her clever and concep tion of all of tho fun and humor in the situations of thr wlvich a charming love will curry this piece straight to the of tiio A Little Hit OldFashioned offers no to the youth or Brownup of either MAJESTIC 1VJL ONE NIGHT ONLY May 6 MELVILLE RAYMOND Presents LAUGH OF LIFETIME BERT50N This Is NOT a Motion NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH By James Montgomery from the of Frederick WITH THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK AND THIS IS NOT A MOTION Prices Seats on Sale All Day Saturday at Box MAIL ORDERS A Sunday Concert WILL BE GIVEN BY MISS OHARA UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE BY MEMBERS AND FRIENDS MAY 5th AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE In Support of the Patriotic Work of the Chapter Saturday MAY 4th The need is more Prices of materials are The Ladies of the Chapter count op your help and have it to enable them to carry on their THANK YOU beginning with v iead n such TheCen courso to beopen to students passing tral judging by the inquiries Grade XI or second class for speakers which have already come This uniform it is beliefto expect a good response to od will give a new standing to the these In fact it is es fession and will facilitate reciprocity seutial that locals should make the of certificates among the different returns in order that the Central Of fice may properly plan the Certain text books were selected which will bo used in all of the four U is believed that the uni formity of texts will mean a consider able saving to the as publish ers can publish much more cheaply four uniform text books than four ferent text books in each In cases where it was found that text books were not suitable for the four stepfe were taken for preparation of text books which could serve air of these The basis of the order of Commis sioner Armstrong to tho Federal mine hero under which work in the mine was resumed after the strike was that Mat the man whom the officials of the mine claim tu havo been the of the must IIB reinstated and paid for tho time he was out of As failure to comply with the order meant a fine of and Imprisonment for tho owner of tho Manager Mack complied with tho nldson resigned as a POWER PLANT BURNED Sault May this morning des troytul a largo portion of the plant ol the Great Power company with a i loss of Tho street car sservice ami electric lights b as well as most of the smaller plants of the city weia put out of The stanl plant of the Algoma gteel Cor poration which ts engaged on munition develops some of Us own power and Is oper ating The clause of the fire has not boon ascer May Daily correspondent at Italian headquarters says Bohemian troops are joining Ital ian troops against and the first detachments are already on the Italian fighting line Italian detachments belonging to a CzechSlovak army which is being formed in many centers from former subjects of Emperor They already occupy positions at various U is adds the correspondent of the Daily Hint their arrival al ready lias caused perturbation among the AustroHungarian com who fear the effect on their Slav Now that the enemy Slav troops know ihat their feflow Slavs aro fighting under the Italian banner in complete accord with tho and a definite program of winning absolute independence for their common their whole aUituiie toward the be may undergo an important The position of affairs is being ex plained adequately to them by air plane and committees of their own race are operating with the Italian DOORS NOT OPEN TILL ADMISSION FREE A SILVER COLLECTION WILL BE ACCSPJED AT THE DOOR BY MEMBER Of THE LAST TIMES TONIGHT Pauline Frederick IN THE HUNGRY HEART Also LUKES WILD WOMEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN THE SECRET GAME TONIGHT 10c and 20c The Spy This is Positively Swell Produc tion and should not be ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow 270 Main For full information apply to Agents AT CTARI Aism AT hlAKLANll LISTEN TO THIS SAYS CORNS LIFT RIGHT OUT NOW EMPRESS Friday and Saturday the Girl You reckless men and women who i aro pestered with corns and who huvo j ufleast once a week invited tin awful j death from lockjaw or blood poison i tol1 W authority lo a which iTHB in This IB the picture that delayed a few weeks but will be shown positively FEATURING WONDERFUL Anita Stewart iQ a U UK I in hw latest Pari the nioment u droph aro applied amount plays one of tho j to any the soreness is relieved most complicated and difficultroles of her enlire This is tho part of Courtney Vaiighan ill The Hungry from the novel of the same name by David Graham which was one of tho six best sellers sev eral years ago when it was first pub The Heart iii to be shown at again The cast which has been chosen for Sessuo Hayakuwas newest Paramount ALSO A TWOREEL FOX COMEDY BING BANG COMING NEXT WEEK Secret is an tioluiliag and soon the entire root and lifts outwith the It is a sticky ether compound which dries the moment il is applied and simply shrivels tho corn without in flaming or even irritating the sur rounding tissue or It is claimed that a quarter of an ounce of freessone will cost very little at any pf the drug S but is sufficient to rid ones feet of every hard or corn or i You are further warned that cutting I at a corn js a suicidal j Charlie Chaplin IN HIS NEW MILLION DOLLAR A DOGS LIFE THREE ACTS OF HOWLING AND MADAME PETROVA IN LIFES MASK ;