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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THfc LETIIBniDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE PIVB MAY 11M8 Uuchnnan Introduces Measure Affecting Germhn Development V May that at the commencement of the wnr be tween Great Britain and bonds of thn Collieries Lim In ninounUng In were deposited and lielil In Mclglum or other places now occu pied by the the company seeks legislation to prevent the ne gotiation of these securities and to it In the committes on hanking and commerce this Buchanan Introduced a hill inthis The company claims that cer tain or thn were the issue to be completed by delivery upon compliance with certain condl tions precedent based upon I ho mak ing of advances or payments to the while other bonds of such Issues were actually issued as a se curity for advances made under an agreement made in The Company further that It Is impossible to ascertain has come of bonds afcd it is Home have been seized by the en Under Secretary of told the committee that he had Investigated the operations of this Company and its the German which was controlled by German in said ho had reason to be lieve that the bonds were still on deposit In French bapk In Ilel To theNefect of the passage of this bill would be to confiscate the property of alien This might invite retaliation on the part of Ger many and It probably would he ad visable to consult thehome Govern ment as such action would afect all British securities held in Tho committee decided that the passage of the bill was not necessary and its preamble was voted EftTING R6THERMERE OUT OF BRIT ISH AIR JAiid chairman of the Ilrltish Air hns He Is a brother of Lord The reason for his resig nation was given by him as Illhealth and resulting thn trag ic war Regret over his resig nation was expressed by Premier Lloyd who complimented him highly in launching the unification of the air The Tortures of Dyspepsia Corrected by Frirttatives X For two I sullered tortures Sficrf I had constant pains after eiilinp pains clown lid sides uml bark ami horrible hitter stud often came up in my I tried but hoy dir not help Hut i soon as started tnUiii I began to improve and mudo of fruit relieved me when everything else HUDSON a 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid by OF IN FRANCE than half million American troopshave been sent to Secretary Baker today authoriz ed the statement that his fore cast to Congress in January that troops would be despatched to France early in the present ycur now has been THURSDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Finest Black Cooking per pkQ Thursday Large Size Charles 3 tino Thursday 4 tins Apple per tin Thursday Rolls Toilet 5 rollo Thursday Very Choice Evaporated per Thursday 20c 99c 79c 25c 25c Liquid per bottle 4 Thursday Lifebuoy 7 bars per dozen Thursday Grape 3 for Thursday 15c 25c 50c 25c 25c Deliveries Every Hour Phone 313 At the Theatres OF COLPITJS 111 BE APPEAL 1L May The Board of Grain Supervisors for Canada today issued a series of numbering 7 to 43 dealing with the i shipment of wheat to flour mills In Order number 43 reads The following from a paper will be of interest to Lctli bridge people Henry Herbert of i Wesley who is well known to Moncton business men and who for many years past lias been an inspector for I he Hoard of died suddenly this ap pears he wan driving down Low er Robinson John A ing Camille Lei was saw Will Take Drastic Steps husband To Commandeer Old Wheat May immediate ly after the issuance of tho very dras tic regulations in regard to flour mills ompanied by j which prohibits any mill buying even they were passj ono bushel of wheat while they Mr May conscription policy of tile according to who continued the budget debate at the afternoon sitting was leading the country down the road to He re moment the reins dropped out of his hands and as he liil not appear to Lclllaiic remarked Why that man is Almost im mediately Bailey too hold of the That no flour mill in and stopped the carriage and shalfreceive Into their west of supported In tho mean the Great any wheat without tme LeBlane had telephoned to hove ton days grinding on hand chairman of the board of suddenly drop forward and then in siipcrvisbrs for said the board is trying now to have all the wheat that remains of last years crop in the securing a permit from the Board of Grain Supervisors for 2t That no permit wil he given secretary of the and Botsford was tele folpitts was driven to any mill that has on hand suffiidown to the doctors hut was cient wheat to keep it in operation I dead when he readied and his for more tliau ton This order is in effect from and including May In a series of six the Board body was then taken to his Colpitts who is widely connect fsrrert to the action of the Govern ul meiit In refusing exemption to far mers between the ages of and declaring that advertisements of ed in Westmorland and is by his Albert Coun AT THE ORPHEUM Iptrova is at the Orphcnm loniglit In her third starring vehicle from her own Life It is a mystery story of tin subtle type In which the famous an unwilling bride who herself of having killed her wlio is found dead In bed shortly after the Thomas Holding and Wyndham Standingform the principal as the location for our belongs to a friend of mine and 1 had often visited thrc in the summer but had never seen it in Ilia In addition to the feature an lent tworeel TriangleKeystone com edy and the Screen Telegram of thn worlds latest events will be AT THE EMPRESS makes Charlie Chaplin screen debut in t effort of Ills entitled which will be his 11S ambitious A Dogs the Empress A Dogs Life is Chaplin s first production under his million dollar contract with the First National Ex hibitors Close to eight weeks I have been required to film the thce prairie provinces shipped from gm it is a lrjfle longer than tiio farmers cither to the mills or to tno usual tworeel forty tli representatives of the allied govthousand of celluloid were used in carryins the H is the is believed that there still remains a quantity of wheat estimated at be tween ten and fifteen million There is great need that this wheaf should be shipped at I lie earliest possible is intention of the board of grain supervisors for Canada to ask I I M Vv 1 1J three I the authorities at Ottawa to take dras stars original The sons jnade no stated that the people Owing to the fact that the wotk of4heCalgarytribunal is getting too and the convenience of send men from all over the province that a tribunal is to be es tablished in Edmonton and one in The one in Edmonton not be obtained for farm All the with the exception OT I strongly Govern were protesting against the action of the and in explaining why Quebec Arcllanibault of his pro vince had prepared long ago for the failure of Government to fulfill their pledges in regard to keeping men on tfce He In for a better understanding between the he would make Canada a better place to live In and a hotter place to flglit Hunt emphasized the impor is to the 20th of the month tance of producing food forthe Al Butchard and Dace Henley will go to to arrange for men to sit on the tribunal But chard and Dace will bo in Calgary shortly when they will sit with Trotter and the Cal gary tribunals for about two days In order to find out thoroughly about their foiy exemption can be re opened and decided upon by answers given on the fore those filling out document are warned to pay attention to every question and answer in Farm implements should ho free and the farmers should be de finitely advised of the Governments policy with regard to farm ChamblyVerchores shipment of various quantities of from elevators to and the interchange of other quantities of representing execs between various mills all in The exact amount to be shipped s specified and the limit In which shipment must bo The disposition of bushels In is regulated and the following firms are affected then orders the WaUer Cnarles AT STARLAND The Page featuring Car lyle Ulackwell and June will be the feature at Starland tonight and The entire Page Mystery com pany went to the Adirondacks in the rt f 11111 n nf f ll O AT THE MAJESTIC Thrt distinguished May ably supported by a most excellent New York Will lie seen al the Theatre to under the management of Aug ustus in her latest triumph A Old This melodramatic fias scored a most emphatic success on Its transcontin ental tour this and is said to afford Miss Ilobson one of the best opportunities of her distinguished the company watf unable in Lethbridga lasjt owing to a bridge going out nt but the company will arrive in ample time for tonights which will doubtless ha attended by an extremely large aud Ht lie Shaw Milling Medicine Hat and Dunmore Northland Milling Moose Jaw Quaker Oats mills and Western Canada Flour Cal gary Robin Hood Flour Mills Moosojaw mills and Ogllvie Flour Mills Medicine Hat mills or tributary country the farmers hands after June What these steps will he has bern iiitliu Ihe firm of CoverdaleColpitts ated it surmises that they will in New York and Harry Colj elude commandeering of wheat and Pitts locomotive engineer of Leth possibly a reduction in the price of bridge The daughters are the wheat commandeered after June Robert of While these stops are contemplated Mrs A Ross of Weslev i it is the belief of the board ot grain i supervisors that if the farmers real Colpitts was years of age and ize the urgency of the need such dras was born in Albert but for tic steps would not bo the greater part of his life has been I a resident of Monclon He was j a man highly For many years he has acted as returning offi1 cer in federal and provinj cial He was a Methodist In religion and attached to Central Methodist In politics he was a tic steps to secure all the in j Of winter to film some of the It was a startling experience Lo see the spots that are so charming in covered with The Australian ministry a despatch from Sydney to The pleaded for recognition of farmers In Dally have decided to stop em regard to military The plough of the Archamhault will be the last gun that will fire tho last shot in the ploying at home service Australians fit for uervice as a re sult of two years of public agita a rigorous combing out is under BRITISH TAKE TOWN May troops on May7 entered the Turkish town of SO miles southeast of in Mesopotamia the British Wai Office announced Tho British met with no opposition The Turks on retiring left men in Kerkuk KUXATEDJRON U Doctor Preicriptioa Like T E D I R CkwUof Aek Uu till hundred fccilthy people von u whu tutnilhrtil m how reply Hunted Umel Flint talllnni PhyiUlMol BeJtnue 0u M New Ht Ibe WeitchiiUf CoSnly Tbeuiindiol peopltlul iwm lion whiiw li nothing Hki w quickly lilt hetllnr liw o ent Taber Times On Sunday after noon tho town of Retlaw was the scene of a fatal auto Attwood and accompanied by i four children of were oil their way to Brooks from Raymond to meet They had just crossed the railroad at the west end of Ret law and were turning to go up into r o rof lw weiu itu uuife Wasliine May SIn defiance ot vn when a cuso German the nitecl States the tnrowing tlle is Bending gram to Switzerland aboard Three Q the iind armed ships under heavy naval A Attwood and his wife escaped wi voys to tight their way bruises hut the through the danger Two grain ships left an Atlantic port some time two more sailed last week and others will go A supply of grain was set apart for f he Switzerland some months but Ihoneci roi ana lie ami many refused 10 grant safe conduct to a little fellow of 7 was thrown further and landed on the right side of his head and was ren dered Hamman was Humnuin de fl i emeu LU umig him to the hospital and ships i they flew the rierwardg Campbell of Leth American they agreed wno T to lot ships go but declined to guarantee their safety until all sub d t and he Ij t tho unsuccessful and 8 snow and said Carlyle The trip was particular ly interesting to me as the camp se TON1GHT AND TOMORROW WORLD PICTURES PRESENT CARLYLE BLACKWELL WITH JUNE ELVIDGE IN The Page Tonight ONLY AUGUSTUS PITOU Presents ALSO Skidding Hearts TwoReel Keystone Comedy and SCREEN TELEGRAM OF LATEST EVENTS May Robson ft LITTLE BIT OLD FASHIONED A MELODRAMATIC FARCE By ANNA NICHOLS PRICES 50c had been notified Monday noon which was claimed would require The body three months Meanwhile the takon to Ravmond for Swiss food situation had become POLICE PETROVA IN THE LIFE MASK Ahd Other Good Swi serious the slate government decided to proceed immediately with ship ment WHElfl THE GERMANS OCCUPIED RUMANIA they not only gained Xrich agricultural territory within which civilian population might be nut at FIVE KILLED Fort May trench mortar exploded this after noon ami lulled five men and injured a number of others at Jump Fire in the town early Saturday of mornin stroyod the Guuicl View the drug sloiv and The loss compulsory Imt thojf obtained Boipe of the richest petroleum wells in is pstimated at partly cover the ed by May in learned unofficially that the is not to go out of As soon as tho present tinit goes tho of recruiting tliu force strength again will be proceeded with and the famous riders of the plains will continue their special police Standing for Service at REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDES DALE STALLION ROYAL DESCENT KING GEORGE INVESTS CANADIANS AT BUCKINGHAM Two of the who werft invested ID right f Canadian Infantry Albert Medal Sergeant ley Cauudiau CMPRESC fjTOMORROWjJ HIS FIRST MILLION DOLLAR A DOGS LIFE The biggest ana most ex pensive picture yat made by the undisputed king of the A First National at The Price of Silence ;