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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1918 THE LETMMHILK1E DAILY IJKHALD PAGE May delegation ot Kaatern and Western tanners which arrived In Ottawa this nvornlng wiisrecolvtd by Sir Hobort Major General Crerar and Jlngh Juthrle thls Tho delegation Jsnn advance guard United Fnrmefs1 Asso ciation and cornea to tho goverii nicnt to defer out for mill tnry service of the young men frbm tho farms for tho lor wna not present when In response to an invitation by Row for Dur starter hla address on behalf of the Rowell explained tVmt the prowler Would be lip from Jhc house of where he waa en to address the delegates be foreahe meeting came to a Thornton stated that the tav mors fully appreciated tho dlfflcnltlea which tho cabinet had to deal with present strenuous Ho ttfey were some what disappointed at the results of tho governments xfnll and particularly during tho elec tion campaign they had been assured that producers would be given special consideration because they wore in the position to contribute to the suc cess of tho allies by furnishing As a result of this the far Sir Alexander Gait TAG DAY 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 on your help and must have it to enable them to carry on their THANK YOU mers had strained dvevy nerve to In crease production and In many In stances had done tilings they would not otherwise have In order to increase the stock of bacon they hnrl loaded themselves up with breeding They had brokch up new land In order Increase tholr Thornton referred to lite man power of the declaring that young fafmors were essential to carry on production at Tic cited an Instance In Kowclls constituency of an invalid man who1 was engaged almost exclusively in tho production of This he employ ed two young men and It they wore drafted tho work on the farm would Men from cities cannot fill tho he Thornton observed that there wore snores of instances equally dis tressing In ho County of Much Despondency Reference was then made to he meeting in Bowmnnvllle on Monday last at which Rowell spoke on the Thornton said that al though the president of tho council Imd told hem tho young farmers would not be taken until seeding time was the men received their not ices to report the following despondency and discouragement am ong the farmers had be On behalf of the Thorn ton asked the to consider the action proposed stand to delay If possible the taking lf meu until the summer was That is Secretary Bakers Esti mate For Immediate Re quirements May of War Bakers estimates for the immed iate war program as submitted to the military total approxi mately he said The principal increases are in the ord nance bureau anil the quarter master generals The secretary naitl the airplane pro grum had not met expectations and blamed the situation on over confid ence of tho government arid lack of ability of tho contractors to fulfil their contracts as they had He said the Liberty Motor was beginning to be produced In quantities and that it was an unqualified so much BO that foreign governments wanted to use He told of tho needs of var ious bureaus in the light of the know ledge he obtained in His trip7 he opened his eyes to the magnitude of Three motor destined for points in the United were seized by the Customs authorities the cars being loaded with 1 flour and In all weights and qualities for spring and siliniher Combinations Stanfields in medium weight wool and silk and wool mix suit in light weight Made either athletic style or with full leg and short Prices to TruKnit in balbriggan and any Prices to TruKnit Combination for big Made in stouts and short 1izes from 40 Prices Cotton and Linen Mesh Prices Jaegers Light Wool Prices v Two Piece Underwear Light Medium weight Prices New patterns in Jaegers Wool Taffeta Shirts just See Come in and Slip On One of Our Better Suits We Are Showing New Patterns in FITREFORM and SOCIETY BRAND Better Clothes For week end selling they are leaders in workmanship and Prices to All wiU finished to McKelvie The 2 Ms McGuire LARGESt DISTRIBUTORS OF KIRKHAM BLOCK WEAR IN SOUTHERN LETHBRIOQE Our Store is Open Until Saturday Closed Wednesday New May wir at this morn Ings session of their conference passed a resolution calling upon tho fjovifhfhtnt to introduce and enforce a rationing mensure sim ilar to that prevailing in Great Britain and to fix the price of all A second resolution asked that all officers and noncommissioned officers and men who enlisted in the days of the and Wiho have dot yet been overseas bo supplartted by men of correspond ing rank who have seen service at the front who are no longer physically fit for field At the sametime it was asked that all staffs of casualty depots be composedentirely of men who had seen service at the There was some discussion of the case of Frank Wilson of Cal While not recovered from the effects of service at the had taken from a registered letter the sum for which he was sentenced to thrde years he having been in prison since It was shown that the government was paying him a He had a family of six to maintain and gov ernment returns showed that this was at a time when it was calcu lated that the least a man could maintain an average family on was a Efforts will be made to have the sentence apnul Ing to the ghosts of what aim believed licrlinsband tt life while he hns enter oil ii new world conscious only of her presence because It annoys Jamos Montgomery hns n vory fniiny farce from Frederick 1s luimaliitnHt Hut Tho It Will Majns Mr ncxl Monday May with tin1 well known Max iii Tho story tlcais with tho niuloavorof a young man to sponk nothing hut tho truth for twontyfour iind the vain attempt of half doznn others to or irlck him into Tim young man mid several who hector him boloiiK to Rfnernlly truthful tribeslock j Us objection to a shady deul noRotlnled through a lie results In a wager that his partners and aj linnpnron tako condit ions which make it difficult Tor lie for made to spend the time the home of his whose collected by her for a he has risked on his self The Maxmoll Amusement Company has surrounded Pigman with an excellent cast of The play is in three acts and the last I wo take place during the twentyfour hours of tin young mana endeavor to be truth Needing a few dollars for the purchase of sundry the old man consented lo All was well until lifter finishing of the It was run off the Kind lon for the members of the to On seeing himself smil ing find walking across the sVango white the old Jap nearly On being revived he made a mad rush for a Japanese Idol which had been one of the props mid waS standing and prostratedMllm self at its feet mumbling prayers that probably had not crwrsed his these many In addition to thfl will shown and little Doreeu White thfl wonderful child lins de lighted the patrons for the past three will completing her an gagement Saturday AT STARLAND OLD JAPANESE ACTOR THINKS HES HAUNTED WHEN HE SEES SELF ON SCREEN One of the oldest characters ever shown on the screen is to be found among the extras appearing in Ses suo Hayukawas latest Paramount pic Tills is The Socret Oamo which will be shown at Starlaud to night and An old Japanese bent and with was secured to furnish atmos MATY OF lit SUFFERED And Was Restored to Health By Pinkhams Vegetable By Her v ed ftollarfdPthat it as null and void all treaties on Persia in recent j years and especially the RussoBri 1907 regarding tho spheres ofinfluence in that The other treacles may he revived la the communication from the Per sian government but that of IJOT with Is definitely In 190P Great Britain and Russia agreed between themselves to limit the spheres of their respective inter ests in Persia to the provinces adjoin ing the Russian frontier on the one hand and theBritish frontier on the The two1 powers agreed to re spect the integrity and Independence of but time con templated the possible necessity oC financial control in conformity with the principles of the Between the Russian and British spheres a neutral spjiere of about square miles was The Russian sphere was approximate ly miles and the Bri tish about Last January Persia asked Russia to withdraw its troops from the Rus sian The Bolshevik foreign denounced the RussoBritish agreement in a letter to the Persian minister to Russia as having been directed against the in dependence of the Persian people and as null and In March It was reported a Persian delegation was on the way to Berlin to arrange a permanent PersianGer man cannot praisa Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound enough for what it has done for m y She was 15 years of very sickly and pale and she had to stay home from school most of the She suffered agonies from backache and dizziness aucJwas with For three months she under the doctors care and got no always complaining about her back and side aching so I didnt know what to I read in the papers about your wonderful medicine BO I made up my mind to try She has taken of Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Com I pound and doesnt any mora I with her back and side She has gained in weight and feels much 1 recommend Lydia Pinkhams Vege table Compound to all mithera an4 518 Marcy For special advice in regard ailments write to Lydia Pinkhaa Medicine AT THE ORPHETJM Bruce seated at his desk on a stormy is startled by a wom ans He Is just in time to rescue a beautiful girl from a group of one of whose number he reviving he discovers a peculiar Chinese idiograph tattooed Into Die flesh of her his Chinese becomes greatly excit and when Ferris turns his slips a ring which bears the same greensign from her But Fer ris has seen tho action in a He takes the ring away from his ser vant and throws him out of the This is in part the story of The Girl In the at the Orpheum Tomorrow Harte lu Double AT THE EMPRESS frivolities of New Yorks Bo hemla aro faithfully reproduced in Hater of tho new Triangle play by Gardner Sullivan in which Thomas in which Thomas luce presents Begsie Bar riscale as One of the most elaborate settings ever constructed on the Culver City stages is tho Interior of a Japanese with rich oriental drap carved teakwood in cense curious design and rare nbttery of the war Tho Girl Philippa tot the last time AT THE MAJESTIC May chiyining as sparkling in humor and refreshingly adds lo her list of successes in the melodramatic farce A Bit which plays at the Majestic next Tuesday and Wed Mny 7th und Miss as the wife of John is not as it is naively a 1918 John Gordon Smith has never been to her husj bands She ia no more a pan j of Iw brilliant mates business career than she is a part of the fashion j There js something tragically pathetic in the way in which this i wife clings to the old fashion ed Ideals of wifely Having starl John on his career a lip littlo knew of the jmyelus hen given him and as find her clins TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENt SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN The A THRILLING STORY OF INTER NATIONAL SECRET SERVICE BY MARION Also PLENTY OF COMEDY AND DOREEN WHITE IN SONGS RPHEU TONIGHT Prices 10c20c CARMEL MYERS in The Girl In The Dark Adapted from The Green Seal by Charles Kdmund Produced by Paton ALSO HART In DOUBLE CROSSED MftJESTIC Next 7jj AUGUSTUS PITOU Presents Americas Foremost Comedienne MAY ROBSON IN A MELODRAMATIC FARCE A LITTLE BIT OLD A BLEND OF L6VE AND LAUGHTER NEW YORK CAST AND PRODUCTION BEST UPTOTHEMINUTE PLAY of the SEASON OVERFLOWING with HUMOR KEEN DIALOGUE FASHIONED By ANNA Filled with RAPID ACTION This is NOT a Motion Picture SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE ALL DAY SATURDAY 59c EMPRESS Tonight Only TANITA FEATURING WONDERFUL I Anita Stewart K Alto a 2Reel KKO Scream Bessie Bar riscalc in Hater of Men DOMING NEXT WEEK Charlie Chaplin IN HIS NEW MILLION DOLLAR A DOGS LIFE AND MADAME PETROVAlN LIFES MASK i MAJESTIC NEXT MONDAY MAY0 MAX FIGMAN INTHEGREATESTOFALLFARCES NOTHING THE 50c NUT a Moving SEATS ON SALE QAV SATURDAY AT BOX ;