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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1918 THE LETHfiRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVDJ Captive by Bull COMtNO flown Canadian Pft cine nnd Cfentral last winter ott a reiurn trip from Jaclc huiky umber ranger fbf the paper point ed ont to an island In the centre of Mongoose lUtke that staged tue final setting to a moat thrilling en counter a tenderfoot hadwith a bull Here It la M told to tne by a man with null moose can the gold from the droM your 9ee that hunting lodge on the there1 a bunch of from Chicago tinnic out there last fall for quite a tap to Cartridge and calculated to ttlok until the was by the moose eeaiott eveacd ahead of time with one he told me Afterward that he was upfr on moose for the rest of his Seems he was out fer partridge and had sat down to fced iaco and take a draw at his dope utick when M got the surprise of his life for a big bull moose came crash ing throufh the ttnderbrtuh and landed 30 feet away pawing up the idlrt as soon as he spied the itho fellow told me he had nothing but a shot gun but determined to make Ik interesting for BO he hauled off and let blaze with both bar was simply an introduction to what happened for Mr Moose icame on full steam ahead and the jgent took to a tree had ijust marfe the first limb when Mr Moose started to rake It fore and aft rwlth his 42Inch was idown came the limb and hlsolbs and jm he fell the seat of his pants got caught on a prong of that mooses Moose with a mighty enort made off with him to the lake land to transport his over to that Island I showed The gent told me he thought heicould see checkered career coming to a tragic for biiftcn MOOM WM golag make a horrible eiaapto of him befora females In his harem on Black Fly Island he said ho could almost foal tkat brute stamping the life ottt of yet waj afraid to free himaslf far a down ward dip of that pwng depoalt him In the Icy waters of Mongooae thec mooas feet struck terra flrma only to himself con fronted with a rlyakhull moose who had evidently been in bis garden during the absence of the boss of aUrted to paw up the earth and With a wild roar and bent charged each other with galvanic con cussion threw Man fifty teet into the hazel bushes and from there be watched the fight of the He Mid take it from me that fellow who gaTO me the ride was sotne scrapper and on demonstrating to the females In watting that therl only one fly la the honey around that He finally downed the Lothario and after stamping the life out of him fell down ex haunted before his fallen was my I crept up behind him with my unsheathed hunting knife and cmt his that gent holds the record In this neck of the woods for free trans said as he cut off a fresh NOTICE The SALE of the Ladies Stock of the WILL COMMENCE ON Tuesday May 14th AND NOT THURSDAY AS ANNOUNCED YESTER DAY It will be an eyeopener for FRANK WADDINGTON American CHOOSE your dentist as you would your for his skill and for his In our practice we submit on the point of our early training in Americas best dent al On the point of honesty we submit the widespread public confidence which we now When you contemplate dental work consider also the fact that Dentistry As We Practise It h a Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 DOOM from Lethbridge Ltthbridge AUBERTA CALGARY OFFlCErmA EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON 3 CRIST ALL May opening of the first morning sitting of tho house this session was marked aseries of questions to tho government re specting cancellation of exemptions for military Edwards drew attention to a report that four teen exemptions had been granted in Hull to men between 20 and 23 years of Major General Mewburn replied that he had already communicated with the military service council in regarjl to the The military service council had no knowledge of it but was having it was presumed that the Cases were those of men who had made claim for exemption prior to the passing of the Sir Wilfrid Laurie Are the tri bunals still sitting They are Sir Robert Bor den in respect of men not beween ages of 2Qand 22 inclu Any exemptions granted or pending of men between these ages were automatically Arrangements wero recently mado whereby The a new riding device will be exhibited at the coming This sensation quires a space of 85 feet and 45 feet It carries 12 cars which nre traveling around a and the rider receives a fascinating sensa tion which causes a desire to continue riding all the This new novel invention appeared at Coney Island two years and considered by every one to bo the moct up to date and improved riding device ever exhibited at an amuse ment The committee hag gone to considerable expense to secure this device and it is hoped that tho public will appreciate the Associations ef forts in trying to get rides and up to date Midway attractions for the exhi other new attractions will also appear on the Midway and the public assured that they will see a over the previous years in the matter of May Mac Lean has given notice of the following addition to tho budget proposals That it is expedient to provide that a war excise tax be col lected and paid on all clneineto moving picture positives one and oneeighth of an inch in width and of fifteen cents on each film Cor each day ujfou which such film is LAID OVEK May Manitoba government has shelved for die per iod of the war the question pf auto matic telephones for the government telephone system M The expense involved wus the chief reason for tha change nut being at BE INVESTIGATED May Bonnr governmentspokesman In the house of commons announced today that government proposed to link two judges to act UK i court of honor to Investigate the charges matin by General Frederick who was recently removmf from tho post of director of mtlitnry operations at tho British War Office Bonar Law said the army coun cil was dealing with questions of Its clpllne growing ont of a letter wrllten by Cr noral Oeneral Maurices said Bonnr raised luo tho question of millltary discipline In volved in writing such a lettPr and tho question of veracity of ministerial General Maurice month was transferred from the British War Of fice to active duties in tlio His position as chief director of military operations was taken over Ijy Oen eral formerly chief staff officer of the Cariadian army and chief of tho British mtlitnry mission at Ital ian headquarters Shortly before his transfer General A aurlce in one of his customary week ly interviews with newspapermen made remarks which wore considered in some quarters as reflecting on Gen eral the commanricrinchief of the allied forces At one point of the Interview he drew a par allel between the situation on the battle fronts In France as it stood then and the Battle of Waterloo when Wel lington was awaiting the arrival of Oeneral Maurice then asked What Is happening to has become of the reserves On the following day General commander of the British an nounced that French reinforcements had reached the British front and this taken as proof by military critics that General Maurices intimation that Foch was In coining up was May infor mation reviewing how critical the food situation in Germany has become reached tie state department in semi official The liew ration committees of the reichstag and Langtag have been hold ing daily Bittingaj on The question of reducing the rations lias not been It is is small hope of re lief from the Ukraine where the large cities are suffering from Insufficient Even if Ukrainian supplies are obtained it will not give an Increase in the food An official report made public In Germany on May said therewere twelve thousand carloads of grain ready in Rumania for shipment to Germany but even if it is transported it will do no more than to prevent a reduction in food May op position was advanced in the railway committee of the house this morning of a bill introduced by Denis of Jol iotto for tlio incorporation of the Joliet and Transcontinental Junction Railway Company with a capital stock of Winnipeg and MacLcun protested against the re peated hawking Tho granting of charters to persons and companies who had no intention of carrying out tho work tvas they Frank Cochrane stated that if tha money for the work was forthcom vhe thought the road should be proceeded The bill was report KIN HOSPITAL reported wounded a weak has boen sent to hospit according to the casualty He remained on duty when first wound but latur it was discovered that his wound was so that he was forced to go to tho Louis la re ported seriously and Stanley Plncher is reported BYEELECTION May the south Hore tord byeelection to replace Captain the vote stood 3260 Farmer 1W PLEADS FOR JUST COMPENSATION May But the who is representing Mackenzie and Mann before the arbi tration hoard presented his argument Butter invrfked the com mon hfirttnga of tho Mngnit Charta as providing that priv ato property should not bo fik nn for this public use just May mcmbe for continued tho debate on the budget in the house this Hocken spoke of the work of the Orange or Out of members In Can he sixty thousand had gone overseas with tho Hocken repudiated the sugges tion that there had been any unfair criticism of The Orange said had heen accused of being a hide bound political organization serving the interests of the Conservative par He repudiated this accusation and stated that on different occasions the order had supported the Liberal party when the latter was in sympa thy with the principles of In Hocken said that the Separate School in the interests of national unity snould ac cept the situation as it The onus tor bringing about thia unity rests upon the leaders of Que bec Replies who replied with some heat to Hock declaring that it was not his de sire to listen to lectures on loyalty from the Orange The French Canadian was just as good a 9itisen as any Britinh born or any Canadian born resident of Can He would tell Hocken what the French Canadians They ex pect the president oC the prvy council to provide a special censor to strike out of the Orange Sentinel the incen diary articles that appear in that pub lication every We do not said to the ex istence of the Orange order but we do object to that order trying to mono polize the loyalty of the He went on to say that the Jean Baptiste Andrews Socie and Patricks Society are just as loyal as the Orange According to reports gathered by financial and railway agencies in the wheat seeding in Southern Al berta was on Saturday night 90 to 100 per cent North the seeding is finished but In the south and east ern part of the district there is some land yet to be seeded to The oat crop 1s 20 to 65 per cent seeded according to Barley and flax percentages are somewhat Provided good rains are re ceived shortly the flax acreage on new breaking will be very Reports from Calgarythis morning were that it was raining and the farmers ure hoping that the Lethbridge district will be visited before The precipitation in was only ninetenths of an inch which is away below the ten year This raises the hope that this years pre cipitation in May will at least be up to the average of about 2 12 IS RATIFIED May tho special meeting of the shareholders of the Northern Grown held at tho bead office this tho proposal for amalgamation with the Royal Bank of Canada was unanimously rati What the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS There have been mystery stories and plays of many and various de grees of but the mystery which surrounds the death of Wood ruffo Way in The Life in which Petrova appears at the JOnrprflBs tonight is the most baffling of Even ClaKlp beautiful but un willing AnlJi suspects herself of having made uway with the man whose dentlr she would Liquid Wash for Skio Disease Wo have witnessed such remark able cures with this soothing wash of oils that we offer you a bottle on the guarantee that unless it does the same for it costs you not a Higlubotham have Neither sho nor tho audience guess the real truth until at i be end of lie story It Is stsrtj Ingly OMnrn will also nfng AT THK ORPHEUM The frinmis of William Fnrntim tlioso who live within tho Hiding that frpslt fish ran travel from nlnllna boon living on They liked because It a souvenir of tho prowess with roil and reel of their friiijil because wns delicious tuna thirtl and brHHUHifit WIIH When the making of that gripping Fox Thf Prim of 811 In which Farnum plays the Mtjir VIK flip nctor packed liis rods and reels ami off on a piscatorial loot to Cntaliim the Gem of tho and Micci all highpowered Iznak Wnl This pictiuv IR at the AT THE MAJESTIC What a wonderful career IB that of May who comes to the Majes tic tonight and Wednesday night in her melodramatic A Lit tle Bit presented by Augustus How steadily and i brightly this star has shone in the theatrical firmament for over a score of The joy of is still blended satisfaction of fine achievement and priceless of ripe In A Lit tle Bit she is seen as the humorous whose early vicissitudes and ultimate triumph furnish the motive for the The character is rich in beauty and intensely and affords tlin star unlimited opportunity to display her rare The story la most There is laughter throughout the en tire although at times there is a touch of quaint A Little Bit OldFashioned is new and novel and provides an evening of rare en joyment of a kind that will repay SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or Your Money Back PILLS For FREE Sample mtitiii Dm it ADDHMS SOJIUlii IK MAJESTIC Tonight AND NIGHT AUGUSTUS PITOU Presents May Robson I LITTLE BIT OLD FASHIONED A MELODRAMATIC FARCE By ANNA NICHOLS PRICES Backed bu a reputation dsor ratle Salt THE CANADIAN SALT LIMITED AT STARLAND The Judgment a maslnr ploco of screen taken from Sir Gilbert Parkers famous novel of tho name and plcturlzed and direct ed by tho famous Stuart Blucktoni who has produced so many exception al will be the attraction Starland for the times This picture without one of the very best over shown in the On Wednesday and Thursday Car lyle Blackwell and June Elvldge will be seen In splendid Tha Page Tb stroy of a young Englishman who takes the blame for his brothers loss at emigrates to America and finally takes a position as About tho samo time a girl in America is forced into a loveless escapes on her wedding and after many lips and downs is finally forced to take a position as housekeeper in the hburo where the Englishman is tho This happens to be her husbands mountain lodge although she doesnt know The husband is later shot and from this on the mystery The story is one to hold the attention from start to Petrova IN THE LIFE MASK Third Petrova Picture A Baffling Also Miss Peggy OHara The Irish in Popular LAST TIMES TONIGHT STUART BLACKTON Presents Sir Gilbert Parkers Fa mo to Novel The Judge ment House An Exceptionally Fine Dont Mist No Advance In WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY WORLD PICTURES PRESENT CARLYLE BLACKWELL WITH JUNE ELVIDGE IN THE PAGE MYSTERY ALSO TWOREEL KEYSTONE COMEDY AND SCREEN STEAMER SUNK New May was re pejved today of ihe destruction of the Canadian steamship This ine in amessage to the Marine in A FOX PRODUCTION TONIGHT Price of Silence Many Scenu In this remarkable picture illustrate the splendid power fpr good of Alto big Komedy gintf V ;