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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY. MAY �, I'M8 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE RHAS BILLTOCONFIME w. a: Huchatiiin Introduces Mcjisiire Affecting German Development Co. ()llawi\, May S.-AilegliiK thai at llm c?()iinii�nr(!iii(Mil of tlio wiir ixv twet'ii Oioal Bi'ltiiln and C.ermany, IidikIh of llu! Uray.Oi'-u Collli^rlo^ Miii-ilril. Ill AlbiM'ta, aiiioiiiilinK to r.llli.iioo were (ItMxiKitod anil liulil In HcIbIimii 1)1- ollior placH'k now occu-\nvi\ liy tlio cniMiiy, llu^ cninpany siioks Infjislatlon lo provoiil llio iie-Kotintion ol' tlic.^i^ s(; liond.s a^d It is liyoiiglit some have been seized by the enemy. T. Mulvcy, t'nder Secrotar.v of State, told the conimlltee that he liad InvcstlKated the operations of this ;ary-tribunal is g(;ttinK too heavy, and -the convenience of send-1 ing men from all over the jirovince R). that elt.y. a tribunal is lo be es-tabllBhed iff J^Mmontoi; and one In I-ethbridge. Tin? one in lOdniotiton Is to begin on the 20tli of the month Willi-1:. N. Tlutc.Uurd and T, Duce official ing. Capl. Henley will go to Lelbbridgc to arrange for men to sil on tlie tribunal there. Alessrs. Uul-(hard and Dace will be in Calgary shortly when they will sit with II. C. Trotter and F. J. Law.soii. the Calgary tribunals lor about two days in order to find oiu llioroughly 'about their work. Claims, foiv exemption can be reopened and decided upon by answers given on tlie (lueationnaire.- Therefore tho.se tilling out this document are warned to pay attention to every question asked and answer in detail. ROTHERMERE OUT OF BRITISH AIR BOARD. J/ord liothmerc, chairman of the Hrltlsh Air ' Board, ims re.Mlgncd. Mo Is a brother of i^ord Northcilffe. The reason for his resig-nntiun was given by liliii as lllheallli and Insomnia, resulting troi,; Ihc tragic war losses. K"'':ret over his resignation was expressed by Premier Ijloyd fioorge. who complimented bim highly in launching tlie unificntiou of the air foreos. SAYSCONSCillPIl . lANS SOICIBE FORM�M! Ottawa, .May R.-The cohscrliitlon policy of tlu� Governmsr.t, r.ectirding, to Mr. .�Xrchamliault. who ccuitiuued i the budget debate at the afternoon sitting was leading tho country "down the road to stiicldc." He referred to the action of the C.overii-meiit in retii.slng exemption to farmers between the ages of 'JO and L'". declaring that advertisements of j "farms for sale" appaared daily in i the newspapers because labor cotild not be obtained for farm v.-ork. .Ml the provinces, with the exception of Quebec, were protesting strongly against the action ol' the Oovern-ment, and in explaining wliy (Juobec jnade" no jirotesl, Mr. Archambniilt stated that the people of his province had prepared long ago for the failure of ^he Government to fulfill tlieir pledges in regard lo keeping men on tiie farm. lie pleaded, in conclusion, for a better uuderstaiiding between the . proviuceu. This, lie said, would make J Canada a better place to live In and a hotter place to figlit for. n. Hunt emphasized the importance of producing food for tlio Allies, l^arui implements should be free and the farmers should be definitely advised of the Government's policy witii regard to farm labor. .1. .\rchainbault. Chambly-Verclicres pleaded for recognition of farmers in regard to military service. "The plough of tho farmer." Mr. Archambault declared, "will be the last gun that will tire tho last shot in tho war." The Tortures Ol Dyspepsia Correcteil !)y "Frylt-a-tlves" Sr. .M \rTi\'(t, \'.B. "For two year-i, ( sHlicrcd tortmivs from, .S'(t'('n' /Jy.s/',\^.siti. { had constant pains after eiitiajr; ]iaius down till' sides ail'I back ; ;iiiil lioriible bitter stull' often came up ill my MHiiiili. I tried doctors, but they flid not Ijelp me. Hn) ,'i, :it>oji as I stnrti'il iMliinij ' /�'riiil-d /i: li', 1 began to improve and thi.> iireilieinc, mu'lti of fruit juices, relieveil me when cverjtliititf etsi.' Caiicii." .MKS. IliDSOX .M AitSUBANK. ,"jOc. a bo.';, ti I'oi . ? ? ? ? > : ? : {' > : : : ? ? ? ? V BRITISH TAKE TOWN T.ondon. .May S.-Driti.sh troops on May'7 entered the TnrklBh town of Kerkuk, SO miles southeast of Mosul. In Masopotumla the British War Office announced today. Tlie British met with no opposition The Turks on retiring left liOO men in tho Korkuk hospital. ? V > �,> : > : more bushel of wheal while they liave ton days' griiiiling on hand Or. Magill. ehairniau of tiie board of ';rain s-c'porvis"ors for Canada, said tho board is trying now to iiave all the wheat that remains of last year's crop in the 111-CO iirairie provinces shipped from liio tanners either to ihe mills or to the reiirrsentalives of (he allied gov-ornnieiits. It is believed tiiat there still remains a quantity of wlieat estimated at lie-(wecn ten and fifteen niillioii bushels. There is great neiul that this wiicai should be .shijiped at the earliest jiossible moment. It is the Intention of the ooard of grain supervisors for t.'aiiada to aslc the autliorities al Ottawa to take drastic steiis to secure all the v.'heat in the tanners' liands alter June 1. What these steps v>-ill be has .lot been intimated Init it surmises that they will include commandeering of v.'heat and possibly a reduction in tliu price of tiK' v.heat Q NuxiicJ Iron knIUDrletn*] packices.KuiMcdlronwJlllncreiit Ib0 >lfeneih ind enduttnce ot Mi^. n4tTCe. Siillh-wii ci�i> Im t>lii�lno mi tin tiiiMiJuW Standing for Service at REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYOES-DALE STALLION (ROYAL DEaCENT) WHEIV THE GERMANS OCCUPIED RUMANIA they not only gniPGd rich agriciiUura! territory within wliich civilian. population might be put at compulsory labor, JDiit thoy obtained soiiio of the richest petroleum wells In the world. Wa.'^Jiinctoii. ^^ay R.-Tn defiance of German sulimarinos. the United States is sending grain to Switzerland aboard tirmeil sliips under heavy naval convoys iirepareil, to fight their way Ihrough the danger zones. Two grain ships left an Atlantic port some time ago. two more sailed last week and others will go soon. A supply of grain was set apart for Sv.'itzerlnnd some months ago. but Gr.r-niany refufied to grant safe conduct to ships transporting it it they flew the American flag. Finally, they agreed to let ships go through, but declined tn guarantee their safety until all sub-murine commanders had been notified which it v.-as claimed would require llireo montlis' time. Mcanwliile tlie Swiss fooii silii'atiou had become so serious the slate governmeut decided to pi'Qceed inimodlatoly with ship-menls. FATAL ACmi NEAR mm Tilber Times: On Sunday afternoon the town of Uellaw was the scene of a fatal auto accident. Geo. Attwood and wife, accompanied by four children of W. Kindall. wore oil their way lo Brooks from Itaymond lo meet Kindall. Thoy had just crossed the railroad al the west end ot Uellaw and were turning to go up into town, wiien a suit case slliiped off and got tangled in the wheel, throwing tlie car over. Throe of the cliiidren and .-Mtwood and ills wife escaped with only acratciies tc, S, A. Bodsworth, R.A.W.C, Albert aMeduI; Sergeant C. Barren, V.C, Canadian fiitantry. AT STARLAND "The Page .Mystery,, featuring Car-lyle Biackwell and June I'^Ividge, will be thi! feature al Starland to-night and to-morrow. The entire "Page .Mystery" com-jiany went to the Adironducks in the middle of winter to film some of tho scenes. "It was a ratlier. startling experience to sets the spots that are so charminK in summer, covered with snow and deserted,", said Carlyle lllackwell. "The triii was particularly interesting to me as the ramp .se- TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WORLD PICTURES PRESENT CARLYLE BLACKWELL WITH JUNE ELVIDGE IN 'The Page Mystery' "Skidding Hearts" Two-Reel Key.rtone Comedy and SCREEN TELEGRAM OF LATEST EVENTS MAJESTIC To-night ONLY AUGUSTUS PITOU INC. Presents May Robson - in- � A mi BIT OLD FASHIONED A MELODRAMATIC FARCE By ANNA NICHOLS PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c Mme. PETROVA "THE LIFE MASK" Atid Other Good Pictur.es PMPRESC JjTOMORROWlJ S IN HIS FIRST MILLION DOLLAR PICTURE, A DOG'S LIFE , The blgKORt and moBt rx-penslvo picture yot made by tho unaispiilQd king ot the screen. A "First Natlonol" attraction. ' . ^Tt)NIGHT ''The Price of Silence" A New Wm. Fox Produotlori 7d ;