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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LfcTHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE MVR SPREADING GREAT RAPIDITY May es from Copenhagen report the resignation of three Auetrlan cabinet the minister of the Ruthenlan and StavenUm as protest against the measures which the Austrian government planning to make against Slavonic agita tion in MUTINY May In the Slovenian districts of Auttrla is drawing dafly and mutiny Is spreading with great Limited announced to day It had learned from a Serbian A recent conflict between and ended In HOW 10 BET OF RHEUMATISM May 4 Rnsdlan despatch 5 es today to flepart ment adopted forma I ly the Socialls tic Federal Theso words to gold letters appear on a flag of Which Is used for mili tary May Routers Ot tawa admiralty an nounces that a distinctive chevron will bo issued to all descriptions of tho personnel of the including who began their service iu with an additional chevron foi each year of subsequent A similar with regard to the military service was announced in these dispatches on October 15th last Members of the naval forces of the Dominions will be eligible to this award in respect to service outside of their own The Liverpool thamber of com merce on Saturday presented New Foundland with an airplane for use in the The ceremony was precedee by a lunch at which reference was made to the important trade relations between Liverpool and New Found and the possibility of establish ing aerial communication between the different parts of the Empire afte the RESTAURANTEURS FINED Port May restaurant keepers have been fined and costs each for serving meat at meatless COMING SOON On the French In Mtty opinion virtually unan imous that the great blow which the Oermanstaff must Inevit ably it it Intends to execute the promises made to the German na Won when the offensive Was must come F The great activity of tire enemy i along tho Ypres sector Is possibly a i prelude to the opening of a new Ger man rush or is Intended to dis tract attention from a formidable at tack a widespread view that next move must come the German armies concentrated General Von Hue low fronting Some of Its di visions were borrowed by other Ger man armies for attacks to tho north and the south but these Jiave since been replaced by others and the force gathered there is very From in the unlikely event of a German it could turn either toward the coast or toward Frultallm to Quick Relief YUKON I suffered for a number of years with Klieiimalism and severe in my and caused by strains and heavy When I had given up hope of ever being well a friend recom mended Fruitativcs to mo and after using the first box I felt so much better that I continued to Uke them and now I am enjoying the best of thanks to your wonderful fruit Fntltatires arc sold by all dealers at a 0 for trial size or Bent postpaid by Fruitatives FATAL ACCIDENT AT OTPISTO CHEER UP PEOPLE May last few months have broiiflit UK successes which wilt materially influence the worlds development in the next few says atehignnn sent by Em peror William In reply in HII address of homage from a convention of Ger man chambers of They insure our right to a strong peace which will open new roads to German commerce ami give us com plete freedom for the development of our Our sacrifices of blood and treasure shall be made In Field Marshal Von Hindcnburg also sent a saying If all the German people stand united a peace will be wolf which will assure fresh prosperity for commerce and indus TUESDAYS Finest Ddtch Ohlon Regular 30c jwc Kovah Lemonade in Regular Good Regular Finest Ontario Regulnr 35o per Tins SuAklst Regular 35c per tin each Deliveries Every Hour SPECIALS 25c 22c 25c 63c 30c Cartoons Rolled Regular each Oyster Regular 8 10 Packets Bull Dog Ammonia Regular 2 for 3 for Tins 1 Water Regular 2 tins Welcome 8oap Regular each 30c 25c 25c 35c 24c IS May Edward Duke who resigned recently ns chief secretary for has been TO STAY ON Australians In Small Pill Small DOM Small OTfc PITTLC V FOR CONSTIPATION have stood the test Purely Wonderfully quick to baniih indigestion and to clear up a bad i Genuine tignttnre May Via Renders Ot tawa The main activity on the British battle front in the last twentyfour hours has been confined to tho Following Satur days success when the Anzacs ad vanced their line between the Ancre the Sdmme to a depth of 700 they launched a successful op eration last night south and west of advancing toward Morlincourt on a front of about a mile and a They drove back the en emy on the whole line for an average distance of 500 The Germans fought stubbornly and suffered The Australians have pushed on to the lower slopes of tho ridge extending from VauxSur behind Morlancourt and link ing up with the Important country around which is such an im portant terrain iln connection with the defense of Amiens against a con verging The weather is intermittently warm and the ground is getting waterlog ged and the Archie McTeer of a Fell Under a j Train A fatal accident occurred at High River on the Letbbridge division this morning when Archie a brake was He was on the north bound and as the train pulled into the he stepped from tlve engine to the There was frost on the causing him to slip and fall between the cars and The victim f Mie accident was badly and died shortly af The late McTeer was a resi dent of and leaves a widow and two small children to survive PALE FACES Generally ladicate a lick of Iron U the Blood Carters IronPilU Will thb coodMoo ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow or Companys 270 Main For full information apply to Agents Minister Militia Says Boys From Farms Given Leave of Absence at Once SAYS50PERCENT Canadian Army Headquarters in May the Cana dian Overseas The Canadian army has taken over trenches in the vicirrtty of Sals leux and Marie in addition to its front from Hill 70 What the Press Agents Sag KEMP VISITS A Clergymans Wife Wants Women to Know Advantages of In ternal Bathing If women only see the thou sands of tetters Tyrrell has re ceived from grateful women in nil parts of tho thanking him for his wonderful Invention for Internal they would soon discard the medicine bottle and look to tho cause their per of all human Ills are due to accumulated in the Colon or Large Warm properly used with the will relieve tho cause of your troubles and perfect health ivili A Winnipeg clergyman writes iVVy wife is naturally sensitive about having her name appear in public yet is anxious that others should tho Casoudu has done for It has really given her a now lease of For yous uhe had bocn doctoring for which became worse each Since using tho first about four years she hns not been sick a and has become robust and strong Should any person wish this letter you are at liberty to give my name in The Cascade is an invao tion perfected by Tyrrel of New and lias done more dm ine tWe past years to restore health and lesson disease than ai other Tho Cascade is shown am explained at the Ked Cross Drug Book Asfc for bookie oxplaiulng all about Internal Bathing and what it has dono for It i May increase of 50 per in the acreage under crop this year is the way it looks to Duncan of agri Reports to the department from all parts of the province and his own observations through the country between here and Calgary according to an ever greater response to the appeal for more production than was Ast years acreage of acres irobably will be raised to the increases being fairly distil uted from north to The reason for this substantial ex cess over 1917 is thought by the min ster to be largely matter of good weather and a favorable spring open The land is reported all over Alberta to be in the best of and early seeding has been A better spring season there bos said and the out ook is distinctly LAUNCH ATTACK By the Canadian Correspondent Canadian Army May Visiting the Canfflians where they hold their hardwon positions in front of Vimy Edward minister overseas for the military forces of has been the guest for a few dtoys of Sir Arthur commander of the Canadian army at the battle Sir Edward dined With the American Forces on the French May Germane launched a heavy gas at tack against the American troops on the Picardy during the Early In the evening they cent over ehells composed chiefly of mustard within a short These shells were followed by an Intense artillery fire and at midnight several hundred gas shells were dropped into the American May acting The day larttl neiieiarlly a the new ten dwty on automobiles appllee to In stock May and told sub sequent to that It does not apply to secondhand car sales nor to sales consummated before May even whan delivery had not been made hat with the Canadians last meet ing the senior officers at Today ho was tho guest Sir Doug las returning to Canadian head quarters No official re views or Inspections have marked the trip while has been of an informal Interviewed by your Sir Edward expressed the highest ap preciation of the splendid work of the Canadian forces during the re cent great battle weeks while not actually they have been In vital posiyons which protect so much of the coal area of France and have given the enemy n constant and terrific gruelling night and day Never in tho history of the Canadian forces have the infantry and artillery cooperated to the same extent to luir nss and worry the enemy as they have luring the recent battla In such Sir Edward js Found the best expression of the true spirit of Canada in which maintains its splendid fighting mor ale and uretains a sure but quiet con fidenoe in its ability to acquit itself as gallantly in the future as it has in the DAY MAY 10 Friday of this May has been proclaimed by pro vincial government as Arbor Day for this The day will be generally celebrated in Leth bridge by gardening and clean The day is not necessarily a public holiday but it can be cele brated as such if so WAR INTERFERES WITH LABRADOR FISHING May extent to which the war baa interfered with the Labrador cod fishing one of the most important New Found land commercial was reveal ed by official fur made public These statistics showed that export fell off from an average of quintals of cod in prewar years to lust year May the house opened this afternoon newly elected member for was introduced by Sir Robert Bor den and The premier presented a bill amending the war times election acl in its application to The act at that there shall be a lapse of twentyeight days between nomination day and election for the purpose of taking military Insofar as byelections are concerned the interval will re duced by the bill to one as mill tary votes are not taken in a byelec Fortier if sons of far mers were to bo given opportunity before being called to the colors finishing seeding on the Major General Mewbiirn replied tha district commanding officers had been instructed to give farmers sons two weeks leave of absence for seeding when they for In re ply to a further question by SirWil frid Major General Mow said that district officers com manding had been Instructed to per mit Immediate return on leave of a man Who was needed for Sir Sam Hughes asked if it were not possible to have notified these men rather them to the ex pense of reporting in person to the district We are endeavoring to do that the minister of militia Third reading was given to the bill granting a renewal of its charter to the Niagara and Western Railway The minister of railways read a let ter from counsel for the which stated that all the cap ital stock of this road and all the titles were vested in the The he belonged to the and therefore to the people of Wont Conscript More Than This C West asked if the government intended ignoring the Military Service Act which authorized the conscription of men and to cause more men enlist without parliament being The premier the nega AT THE Throughout her portrayal of the happy arid artless girl in The Price of a new William Pox Vivian Rich was haunted by the knowledge that she was work ing to pay for an operation which might save her to whom the girls liffl has been from This sorrotfTwhlch came about just as Miss Rich was making her debut with the Fox playing oppo site to William was caused by the thoughtless prank of a While Rich was out for a a carelessly broke the lens of her A fragment of the glass pierced the pupil of one destroying the The Price of Silence will be at the Orpheum translation to terms of photography nnd indeed believe that they will be improved and The camera can paint with strokes more vivid than words the story of my charnc AT THE MAJESTIC Nothing Hut the Is a farce In I he true acceptance of that much abused and it will be for our local opinion at tho to night It is all thai the term farce implies clean play of amusing scenes and absurdity of complication that send an audience away from Iho theatre saturated with That is its and made good in tfew York where it enjoyed a toughing career for over a and I in a city of many only thing serious about this play is j its for when the truth manifests itself in the efforts of the hero to a ten thousand dollar mirth and laughter are very much in evi and all audience is guilty of creating them both as it watches the honest efforts of the earnest young gentleman to add teri thousanddol lars to his fiancees bank book by the simple method of telling the truth Augustus Pltou will present Itobson In a new melodramatic A Little Bit at the Majestic tomorrow Tuesday and This delightful play was especially written for her by Anna and offers a welcome relief from til8 crook and sexprob lem plays that have deluged the Am erican It Is significant of the publics real desire for sweet and wholesome that success has como to this blend of comedy and There am pathos and a world of humor in this sparkling Both men and young and respond to its A Little Hit OldFashioned tells tho story of a wife whose wholehearted devotion to her husband left little time for She sud denly perceives that her efforts nro no longer appreciated and that sho is being thrust Her awaken ing to the danger of the third anglo of the and how she comes to her own Is told in an uncom monly entertaining and amusing man May following order was issued by the board of grain supervisors today 1 That flour mill companies ship all stocks of wheat now in flour mill except such quantity as Is sufficient for their grinding require ments for four That this order is effective from May and shall remain in effect until further AT THE EMPRESS The exterior scenes for the third production in which Madame Olga Petrova The Life introduce the Red Cross Chap ter of Florida as a background during tho of the These scenes were filmed under the direc tion of Frank Craroa at Short ly after the arrival of the Polish star in the southern town she immediate ly Interested herself In the important work which the Red Cross Chapter of Southeast Florida is doing for the medical division of tho In return for this assistance Henry president of the offered the services of her entire force of workers for use by in the Petrova This picture Is at the Empress to AT STAELAND GOVERNMENT FORBIDS USE OF TROOPS IN FILMS Positively appearance on the Thus was announced the ap pearance of the entire company of New York 3rd Infantry which appear ed in Blacktons screen ver sion of Sir Gilbert Parkers The Judgment which will be shown at Starland tonight and tomor i The government has recently forbid den the hiring of its soldiers for any purpose the edict going forth the day following the appearance of the New York Infantrymen in Tin Judgment House in which they ap not iiytheir own uniforms o fn strange plaid kilts o belted English suits which caused them much The Right Sir Gilbert Parker eminent British novelist on the ev of his departure for England took oc to remark upon pleasure which his investigation of the motion picture field in America had given I have no hesitation in stat he that Commodore Black on has one of the most perfect ystems of wording out photoplays 1 ave ever I feel sure that my tories will lose nothing by their MAJESTfe TONIGHT at CMPRESQ J TONIGHT AND J TOMORROW IM THB LAUOH LOIITA BERTSON Nothing But the Truth PRICES 50c NOT A MOVING PICTURE Third Petrova a baffling 1 ALSO Ruth Stonehouse IN The Heart of Mary Ann VINOL MADE THIS NURSE STRONG Nothing Like it for Rundown and Nervous People Von suffered from general rundown condition loss of appetite and cough so I wad unfit for my I true different without helryand through my druggist learned 01 Vmol I took it my appetite my cough I gained in weigh and I now well and so I can conscientiously indorse Viola Van Tex We guarantee Vinci to build UP anaemic folks or return your We take all the risk HIGINBOTHAM eV LTD Letkhrldge Also at the best I MAJESTIC Nert 78 TONIGHT AND TOMORROW STUART BLACKTON Matter of Screen Craft and Producer of The Battle Cry of Presents Sir Gilbert Famous Novel The Judge ment House FEATURING VIOLET HEMINd AND CONWAY TEARLE This is a of Good Comedies Will Also be No Advance In AUGUSTUS PITOU Presents AnJeitlcas Comedienne MAY ROBSON IN A MELODRAMATIC FARCE A I A BLEND OF LOVE AND LAUGHTER I I LITTLE 1 NEW YOrtK CAST AND PRODUCTION j Dinr I BEST UPTOTHEMINUTE PLAY of the SEASON O I OVERFLOWING with HUMOR KEEN FASHIONED By ANNA NICHOLS Filled with RAPID ACTION This NOT a Motion Picture SEATS ON 6AUE AT BOX OFFICE NOW Prices SOc A FOX PRODUCTION TONIGHT m The Price of iHeiice Many Scenes in this remarkable picture illustrate the pawer fop good of a Also a big 2part LKO ;