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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE rrvfe REPORT May ExPremier motion for a select com mittee to Investigate the charges by General Maurice was re jected in the house of commons tonight by vote of 293 to May In the House of Commons former Premier As qulth denied that his motion respect ing the Maurice affair was designetT to Obtain a vote of censure of the saying it was absurd to describe It as Should he find it his duty to censure the Govern he he hoped that he would have the courage to do BO in direct and unequivocal Moving a motion for the appoint ment of a select committee to Inves tlgatethe charges made by General i former director ot military slate the it would be antielpat Ing the of nny tribunal and would be only an expert state Premier Premier Lloyd George was cheered loudly when ho arose to lie said ho had been treated It wan the business of General Maurice to come to the cabinet and point out where the ministers had made mis Ke Denying that the strength of the British fighting Wrens had been mis as stated by General Lloyd Georgo asserted the figures which he had given wen taken from official records at the War Since that time he had ROYAL YEAST Some women hold to the idea that breadmak ing is a long and difficult but this a for with Royal Yeast sweet bread can be made in a few hours with but little FREE Will be sent free upon It con tain full Instructions for making bread and rolls will RoyalYeasf Send name and address plainly written and this valuable little book will be nulled made on this ho mid WINNIPEG DMONTRKAl the proposals for the extension of tho British line and had suggested a com tho premier and tho extension took place under an agree ment between Field Marshal Haig and and the figures were not Inaccur1 General the French On tho French May Tho Qerman undrr orders from the Prussian and Rtivarlnn crown IB doing Us utmost to turn Amiens into iinolher Picartlys capital linn already suffer ed terribly from his effort to carry out the German Idea or striking ter ror into the fatherlands enemies by defltnltion ot their most loved worlis or and every day adds to Its suf The today went all over the city and observed tho effects of the bombardnunt which has turn ed parts of the town Into heaps of ruins and killed fifty two men civil i thirty women and five children 1 besides wounding sixtytwo fortyeight women ami nineteen child ren before tho population had an op portunity to evacuate the Since the Germans have linen within cannon shot of Amiens after their ad vance during the offensive they have hurled no fewer than mostly six inch ami eight inch shells into the A LIVE TOPIC FRIDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS made by Asquith operations at the War ext Premier Asqulth said he thought It was not the business of parliament to constantly inquire into the con duct of successive phases of the The House of he in had more than enough of such quiries Asquith said that when he put down his motion he thought it would he accepted by the He liad never yet given an on any proposal made by the Gov He had endeavored to help the Government in the prosecution of the war and in defining great pur poses of the war and the peace for which Allies wore Asqulth neither he nor his colleagues had been concerned in the composition of the publication of General Maurices as he the Government intended to i for a select committee was character ized by the premier as without prece dent in the history ot the During the time General Maurice was in the war office and when bo had accents to information and to tin ministers Lloyd George said ho never challenged state ments of the ents of the rue cocoa Mr said he knew many of I groups of newspapers controlled by his friends had thought he had nrmnipr fainthearted in this and that there were persons other than his friends who thought of him as being devoured by impatience to resume office I nau errtju m IHIIMJI I am quite he to I inent of He had nqver heard a syllable of the matter until he in SUFFERING CATS GIVE THIS MAN THE GOLD MEDAL A judicial tribunal would been the best for examination of the said Lloyd It would have been and sharp and have given a decision He added Since I have thrown myself into the vigorous prosecution of tho war 1 have been drenched with cocoa press The cocoa press is the Dally News Koups of newspapers controlled by formerly tho premiers strongest Never Corrected It It was General Maurices the premier asserted to tell the ministers they had erred in animportant state leave judgment of that kind to tho house and my fellow Unless an act of parliament were he the tribunal of Judges for an Inquiry into the Maur ice affair would have no compulsory power of any Ho considered far bettor to adopt the familiar machinery of a select from tho The gov crnments proposal for a court tnc He would ask the house to give a judgment respecting it Lloyd George said General in the absence of tho chief of attended the cabinet meeting on the day after his the premiers He was there on the follow ing day as He did not call atten tion to the fact that Lloyd j crnments proposal for a court of tion to the fact that Lloyd honor amounted to admission that an Georges statements were inquiry was necessary and that thb The premier declared such contro enrtrnt no Mlp OnlV WClC HS Inatters discussed not secret they could not discuss even by a select He asked whether the Medicine May Notice has been received in Medi cine Hat that an order in council has been passed authorizing the Canadian Northern Railway to proceed with the construction of the HannaMedicine Hat branch of that If rails can be pro cured they will be laid from Hanna south to the river this sum o HUN FOOD versies as the present only were dis tracting and I beg that they may come to an nc iiaivcii i government still thought an inquiry I he national unity and was necessary or could the case be j the army are The Ger consldered without the presentatioi of the The suggestion was made by Asquith that investigation be made by a noparty committee of five members which probably would be able to reach folks step on your foet here after Wear shoes a size smaller it you corns will never again send electric sparks of pain through probably would DO aoio to reacn according to this Cincinnati authora that would bo respected by v I the house and country 1JJ two or He nays that a few drops ot a drug called applied directly upon a instantly re lievos and soon the entire iifji root and lifts right interjection greeted This drug Is a sticky ether comcnoera but dries at once and simply Asquith responded that the best shrivels up the corn without v got on wjtn tne War was to ing or even irritating the surrounding nway misconceptions and mis I uudorstantiings which might have no It is claimed that a quarter of but created doubt in the of trcezone obtained at any of every rug store cost very little but it j Came from Maurice tnrcij is the alternative he on with the Stan a member This with loud ounce sufficient to remove every hard 01 soft corn or callus from ones CutMrhis especially if you aru a the premier said he was charg woman reader who wears high wjjjj misleading the public but all Came from Maurice In regard to tho comparison be tween the enemy and the allied mans are preparing the biggest blow of the war and I beg and implore that there shall be an end to this May a series of orders of the board of grain supervis ors for Canada issued numbers 44 to 47 railways of West ern Canada are ordered to unload all cars of wheat shipped from country points on their lines on and after May io 1918 west of the Great into ievators at Fort William and BIG SURPRISE TO MANY IN LETHBRIDGE 1 figures on which his statement based came from General Maurices Tbo statement that three British divisions were present in he made at n cabinet meeting when General Maurice wus present and he had never corrected lorika OiVE SPOONFUL flushes the Regarding the extension or the Brit BNTIUE bowel tract so completely it MB the premier went Geiv n A orni Afmirlpft WAR nut People are surprised at the IN STANT action of simple buckthorn as mixed In Ad SPOONFUL flushes the or Fort Arthur unless a permit is granted by the hoard for the unloading specific shipments of wheat at other The Canadian Pacific the Canadian tho Grand Trunk and the Dunvegnn and British Columbia Railways are af fected by the order ofthe board of grain supervisors to this CASE sour gas or constipation and prevents appendi pleasant action of Adlerlka surprises both doctors and It removes foul matter which poisoned your stomach Hlginbotham ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agentt or Companys 270 Main oral Maurice was at hut was in the council waa in a building with assisting the Tho extension of tho front of General Goughs the premier was never dis cussed at that council and the oxtons I Ion was an accomplished fact before the council Field Marshal Sir Douglas the premier was reluctant to ex tend his line and KI was the war cab Tho lie was in response to very great pressure from Standing for Service at Taylor Milling REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDES DALE STALLION ROYAL DESCENT A Body BlowTo Maurice Tho premier quoted from documents May the Kelchstag Food last week Socialist Deputy according to German demanded that the War Otfice deal with the scan dal of food smuggling from the He Said a soldier could no leave unless he dragged home with him par cels from officers containing food for their The deputy siid it was diffi cult to say whether the people would tolerate the seemingly inevitable reduction of the bread Cation due In the arrival of grain from the Sunlight Regular 3 for 7 bars Extra 1 Packets Regular 2 patketa 1 Pure White Robin Hood Orly a t limited Friday 4 palls Grape Fruit Regular Friday Royal Crown Regular 3 for Deliveries Every Hour who is herself starved for love and AT THE EMPRESS Mary Miles premiere char mouse ot the who has a long list of distinct dramatic successes to her credit as the youngest emotional star on the American photodraniatic has a splendid background In her latest MutualAmerican At the The play is a bit of rough coast with Lovely Jiary in oilskins and amid the turmoil of action tint characterizes a coastguard slut ion when there is a ship oii the AT STARLAND It Is a well known fact that Mark Twain would never alow his famous Tom Sawyer to be dramatiz To get the white town drowsing in the sunshine by the sleepy Mis sissippi and the thousand and one details that marie his picture so vivid seemed an And indeed it would have been an impossibility to have placed all that on tho row confines of any But the motion picture has placed those days far behind and today many marvels are accomplished through tlie medium of the screen and the allsee allrecording eyes of the The great Paramount company lias succeeded at last in bringing to the screen the very incarnation of the immortal boy si role skillfully and masterfully portrayed by The scenes were taken in the very town in which Mark Twain and where lie spent his Thus it is that the white town drowsing in the sunlight and all the other de tails that go to make up a perfect portray of the little Misouri town in he last century are to be found In he screen Starland has ar anged to show Tow Sawyer on Friday and The Page My an excellent World vilf be the attraction Herring in Tomato In Regular 2 tins Hand Castile Regular 5 bars 7 bars 1 tins Tuxedo Regular per tin Regal Table Regular 15o 2 cartons Large tins Sliced Regular 40c QQ ner 3 tins 44c 25c 44c 25c Phone THE FIRST HOSTESS HOUSE IN The has taken over this spacious building at Beams vlllc for the benefit and use of sold iers wives and relatives as a rest whila waiting for their or husband to come off Miss secretary of the National Coun cil has been visiting Hostess Houses of the United States in order to get the ideas which ara being worked out successfully Top Hostess4 Below GfTJuu of lady Leading French Suffragettes ara protesting against the new regulat ions under which women are excluded from the privileges of the distribution of tobacco by May Fatner Grand of the Oblate re ceived word from Sister Mary Ethel rada of Josephs Brook that her Father parish priest ot Johephs wag the most primitive of all according to is tho motive that supplies punch to many of the important scenes in Charlie Chaplins new com A Dogs which will be shown at the Empress be ginning At the opening of the Charlie is awakened from his outdoor sleeping quarters in a fencecorner by the tantalizing odoi of steaming viands offered for sale by a passing hotdos This leads to 41 number of spirited adventures with the who regent Charlies ambition to eat without paying the usual Later Charlies faithfu famishing for something to tes his teeth digs up a welllined pocketbook that some crooks have burled in the And whei Charlie attempts to spend the money that has thus been provided in a near by he meets the big moment o his for it brings him into con tact with a beauteous cabaret Tlio premier irom uocumenis ot gt johephs wag from General Maurices department amonB those lost in the sinking of dated nine days after the premiers i tlie St0amer City of Athens off the speech in which the statement coast on May Father ing the relative sizes of the allied and enemy forces had the quo tation being that the combatant strength of the British army was greater in January that in Jan Field Marshal Haig at one time waa under tho Lloyd George that the cabinet had tak en the decision as to the extension ot the line without his hut the Imperial chNit of staff had sent a memorandum explaining the The military representatives at tun Versailles council had examined into LAST TIMES TONIGHT CARLYLE BLACKWELL AND JUNE ELVIDGE IN The Page Mystery A GOOD SEE ALSO Skidding Hearts TwoReel Keystone Comedy ISTORACI RAO SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN PROPRIETOR v All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7TH STREET PHONE 616 Reynolds was on a vacation to regain lost health and had sailed from New York for when the steamer was rammed and MAKE PROPOSAL TO SHIPYARD EMPLOYEES Fort May flAThe Im perial Munitions Hoard today wired the men at the shipyards here that the wooden ship must bo ready to sail under her own stonra by November If the men will give assurance of no labor troubles and join the Great Lakes Shipbuilding Com pany m iin undertaking thut ship will be ready by that Gate the order for removal of material to Quebec will be A meeting of the men is to be held this afternoon to discuss the question of such a Mounwhile the work at the shipyards is still DONT NEED INSPECTION May may be exported to Canada without the ex porter having to present to the col lector of customs a grain inspection certificate endorsed by the grain This ruling has been made by the war trade board after consultation with the depart ment of Exporters still aw required to attach a Canadian im port license to their applications to export corn to Canada for pur V FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESEN JACK PICKFORD IN Tom Sawyer Everyone hat read Mark Twains Greatest You Cant Afford To Miss This Treat of the VETERANS Under Direction of Leo Coombs BE GIVEN AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE May 12th AT NINE OCLOCK CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA 20 WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE UNDER LEADERSHIP OF HARPER SILVER COLLECTION 0 RPH TONIGHT LAST TIME PETROVA IN v LIFE MASK AND FUNNY FOX COMEDY SERVICE TO THE NATION DEMANDS GOOD HEALTH i War is bringing home to every man woman and child the fact that service to the nation is not a matter alone for the soldier aud sailor and munition f There is necessary for to ill the way of thrift and production and to do this health is the first fiven the most willing will find progress is slow if the health is Probably the most common complaint among those doing unaccustomed tasks is Work may cause a tired 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