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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY THE DAILY HERALD You May Dream Dreams and see but to make your Dreams come true and your Visions generally means hav ing a little capital to start The way to get capital is to save a part of what you now to let us help you to Interest paid every six x PAYS VISIT TOTHEMDIAN DEPOTS All Men Called Up Must Be Reexamined Changes In Criminal Code Made May king visited yesterday two large Canadian training cnntrca In Nftval Commander Sir Charles Cust and the Earl of Cro mor attending His Majesty was received by Sir Bdwarrt Can adian overscan minister of militia Brigadier and Captain McDon Junrt 1 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA KING Manager Branch 1A May the confer ence between the members of the Al berta Government and iArm deputyminister of soldiers affairs of the Dominion the joint reports of Armstrong pud George provincial sec respecting tho location and or ganization of the Sanitarium for Tub erculosis for Alberta was submitted and After very careful the site of was agreed May port of Boston was closed to all shipping by the Naval on orders from Washington today but was opened again a few hours No explanation was of disfiguring by quickly purifying the improving the cir and regulating the habits with Lariett of in It was Majestys desire to wit ness the everyfiay training and see Iho ordinary working Jle inspected the guard of honor and the brigadiers staff and principal officers wore formally Tho closely inspected the great camp and witnessed the detachments practis ing bayonet trench warfare and bomb One detachment engaged in mixed boxing Regiments from Nova New Brunswick unrt Alberta and Saskatchewan were visited by the who displayed the keenest Inter est in He Inspected a battalion of young many of whom had enlisted In France and some of whom had been in France but returned to complete their v Inspecting the bayonet fighters he was struck with the infectious enthus iasm of the laughing hear tily at one who had adjured his squad Now put the weight of your body into No messing Re member you are out to The bomb throwing was carried out under war except that the bombs were uncharged and the return fire came from friendly Many scores of men were engaged In each group of the vigor of their hitting being equalled only by the even temper with which blows were delivered The physical train ers were drilled in large companies of particularly fitlooking Majesty was surprised to learn that most of these were casualties from the completing the process of hardening before returning to A big company of signallers flanked the training They signalled for ordinary practice a message of loy alty and welcome to the KingEmper or7 Majesty also saw an attack upon the which officers from the front considered the most realistic possible without The at tackers ran along communication tren supported by machine guns and rifle fire from the rear and used their bayonets with the deadliest effect up on The casualties kept the stretcbjar bearers and army med ical corps Finally the King took tip a position on an improvisedplatform and wit nessed the marchpast by a young soldiers their performance being of the smartest All the troops did the utmost credit to their His Majesty left amid a storm of cheers to inspect a series of camps a few miles He was there re ceived by Major General Garnet who presented Colonel Major Col1 onel Sharman and other The king inspected the guard of witnessed defensive wiring operations and other exercises and visited the khaki college where the university men enlisted pursue their studies in His Majesty also inspected the camp stables and artillery camp in full Before leaving he expressed Edward Kemp and General McDonald his admira tion for the thoroughness of the train ing and also the spirit and physique of the troops and Canadas splendid con tribution to the allied May the commons this morning Jacques Liurnau ask ed the minister of militia If not 1 In Class railed to report under the amendment to tho Military Service would be given another medical Mewhiirn replied that it was not the deFire of the militia de partment to draft any but mnn in med ical category A at the prosont All men reporting would of course be given another modjcnl examination before their category was definitely CORN Use Bensons for Custards Bensons will give the best Ys HARCH Nameless even though lower in are more expensive in the Always order by WRITE FOR FREE COOK THE CANADA STABCH SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN PROPRIETOR All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7TH STREET PHONE 616 Must Be Reoxamined Bureau aslted why a man who had been placed in a category lower than A on his original medical could not simply submit his papers on reporting and Wowuurn replied that some men who should have been placed in cate gory A had been put in lower cate they should also he MacLoans resolution for the purpose of assisting tho Canad ian Northern Railway Company or any company include in this system in renewing or postponing the pay ment of Its indebtedness was carried and a bill based on It given first read Wants Information Sir Wilfrid Laurier said that the op position in possession of in formation which it should have before this bill was They could discuss tho matter Intelligently without knowing more about MacLean promised to lay all in formation upon the table of the or to give a stateraen at once if the bill was given second and the house went into committee on The leader of the opposition refus ed to allow second reading without knowing more about the We arc hungering for he Sir Borden we are proposing to teed our honorable Second reading of the bill was de ferred until the leader of the opposi tion had an opportunity to receive and peruse the papers furnished to him by the minister of Criminal Code Amendments Second reading was then given to Dohertys bill to amend the criminal codeand the house resolved itself into The bill in the main seeks to age of from 1C to 18 years of There was considerable discussion of a subsection in the bill which pro vides that no male person under the age of 21 shall be prosecuted for any offensive under the provisions of this Wants Stronger Penalties Devlin to the subsec tion as one of the most damnable pieces oflegislation 1 have ever seen brought before the wouldhave preferred an amend merit making a muff six years imprisonment instead of and cutting off the age of The he was really giving permission to all young men of 20 years and such legislation should not be Stacey of New Westminster dis urged age of 21 years in the subsection should be reduced to McMaster urged that the lause be retained in tho but that 10 ages be changed 21 to 19 Reduce it to 18 After someturther discussion Joherty accepted the suggestion of Stacey and amended the clause y reducing the age from 21 A further section in the bill was riticized by Viens of provides a penalty for by indulgence in vice renders the home of the child an un it place for such child to be piens claimed that the section would mpower socalled social reformers to ntrude dud to make complaints gainst any one whether the com ilaints were founded or Prevent Blackmail The minister of justice said the lause was not new in Canadian t had been in operation for some ime in Ontarioand was considered Under it no right of search vas given which did not exist Vions replied that he right of search was not given but he bought Ae clause gave too wide an uithority to make He suggested that the right to complaint be not open but that all complaints be made through the instrumentality the attorneygeneral of the Tho clause then could not be used as an instrument to Continuing the of Dohertys act to amend the criminal code at the afternoon Bureau took exception to the word ing of the clause dealing with the protection of He thought it Improperly worded it would give an opportunity for excessively good people to ruin the reputation of He was willing to enact all legislation to protect the youth of the but felt that tho word ing of this clause should be j Morphy thought that no pro1 sedition under the clause which was being discussed should be started except through thu medium of some organization whose special duty was tho care of Ho also suggest ed that a fiat should be obtained the minister of thu sol icitor or some other slble authority before the prosecution was Favors Mackie favored the suylng that it would tend tp muUQ careful in the bringing up ol their The ho was of importance to the there were many differ out nationalities with varying stan dards of morals They should be taught that they must conform to Canadian Too That the clause was too drastic waa the opinion of who insUmcnl in which It waS Impossible for illllioiiRli entirely rospirtublo iuul above suspicion of any to live according to niamlanls of to He spoko of in newly opened districts whenpossibly whole families were compelled to live In shacks of one or two Vlens favored ilic elimination of anything which would follow 10 cial reform associations to placa their Interpretation on Hie thu different people had different opinions us to what was right was He thought there should IK nn con viction unless the provincial attorney general or his should first give consent xto the An amendment to tlie clause was made by the mlniMer to the effect that no prosecution can be instituted unless at the of some organ ized child welfare without the authorization of the attorney general 6T tho province nor can nny such prosecution ho commenced after the expiration tf six months from the time the offence was said to be com bill was SATURDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS 3 Palls Pure1 Regular I Saturday Finest Swifts Regular 40c l7Cr 2 Choice Evaporated Regular 25c lO Royal Crown Regular 5 bars 10 baro Christies Arrowroot Regular 35c Deliveries Every Hour Pot Regular 10c 3 Tins Gold Seal Regular 3 Tins Tuxedo Baking 16 Regular per can McLarens Jelly Regular 10c 3 Tins 1 Regular 2 tins 25c 55c 20c 25c 75c May the civic strike situation seriously complicated by the threatened strike of firemen in sympathy with the civic employees al out on representatives of ail the striking factions are in session this afternoon with the committee up pointed by the city council last night in an endeavor to settle the trouble between the water works alarm operators and teamsters on the one hand and the city council on the for the announced that the men would wel come a discussion of their but that if the strike was not settled by tonight it was likely that the men who work the pumps supplying the city with water would he called The demands of the various unions would involve an extra annual expen diture in wages of but it is believed that the men might com promise on a somewhat smaller ad vance than they are demanding now One hundred and fifty out of two hundred and ten firemen in Winni peg WONT REBUILD IT May te announced today thatittee Royal Canadian Yacht Club will not be rebuilt until after the The island quarters of the club were partly destroyed by fire yester NEW APPOINTMENT May Meighei has been appointed solicitor under tht Succession Duties Act hy who is a cousin of Arthur Meighenof the Dominion was formerly assistant solicitor of the PAUL son of Sir lous James And he goes in singlehanded without gun or trusting his safety to his own cleverness and the dubious protec tion of a spineless Chaplin has duplicated the famous dancehall of days gone by and peo pled it with characters true to More than on a hundred typos have been usfert to carry out the Chaplin Among this number will lie found every character familiar to such a resort as well as other strik ing personalities brought to life by the AT THE ORPHEUM Jack Devereaux and Winifred Al len are featured in a Triangle play produced under the supervision of Allan which will bo exhibited at Orplrcum Theatre today and It is a comedy of love and showing the troubles a young college graduate falls into when he opposes his fathers as the refuses to give up the girl he loves to marry a Consequently he Is thrown on his own resources to make the best Vf spool of a key wouldnt unlock a piece of a glass a tin two tad a fire a kitten with one a brass door a dog collar but no a handleof a broken four pieces of orange peel and a pieca of an old broken window sash Direc tor William who is respon sible for the and who IB noted as a stickler for even shows these and together with Plekford has made the pic ture a notable AT STARLAND SMALLEST DETAILS FROM MARK TWAINS FAMOUS TOM SAW YER SHOWN IN PICTURE OF THAT NAME tn Tom which is at Star land today and tomorrow Jack Pick ford has achieyed one the best boy impersonations of his entire Lomer Premier of who The picture filmed Hannibal is in charge of the Quebec detachment of recruits for the First Canadian Tank who will leave for over seas and shows the Very house where Mark Twain lived as a boy and tho house where Huok whose real name was Tom Hv It is all even to the famous fence which Tom was set to white wash the morning his friends came to jeer at him but remained to paint the which precious privilege they paid to you remember Twelve a part of a jews a piece of blue bottled a TONIGHT and Tomorrow Thats All Would you marry a tltls and become a social climber Just to fall heir to a Pickle Kings mill ions Jack Devereaux would not because he is a reg ular American and loves an Am erican Winifred Allen is the and she corners the Pickle King at his own A Delightful Comedy of Love and Alto a Screamingly Funny Key stone ZReel A Big Show for the The kind of dancehall for Coney New York Bowery and the Levee of Chicago were famous some twenty years where the celebrities of the underworld gave and took fractured skulls as nightly is the featured scene in Charlie Chaplins forthcoming First National Exhibitors A Dogs The incomparable Charles has turned himself among an aggre j gation of desperadoes that would have given the shivers to the notor Union teamsters in the employ of the city of Winnipeg to the number of will join the civic BANK CLEARINGS This week Last year Z a m B u k ends the and stops bleed TryH All TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Jack Pickford IN Tom Sawyer A PICTURIZATION OF MARK TWAINS GREATEST FILM ED IN THE LITTLE RIVER TOWN OF WHERE OF THE NOVEL 13 ALSO TWO REELS OF GOOD VETERANS Concert Under Direction of Leo Coombs WILL BE GIVEN AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE May 12th AT NINE OCLOCK CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA 20 PIECES WILL ATTENDANCE UNDER LEADERSHIP OC HARPER SILVER COLLECTION Standing for Service at Taylor Milling Yards REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDES DALE STALLION ROYAL DESCENT EMPRESG TONIGHT And Children 15s A BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM Special Childrens Matinee Tomorrow Starting at 10 Price IN HIS FIRST MILLION DOLLAR PICTURE HAVE YOU SEEN THE DIFFEREN TIAL LOCK ON MOLINE UNIVERS AL IT 18 A MARVEL FOR SOFT THE WHEEL ON HARD GROUND PULL8 OUT THE A Wonderful Improvement Our now screen is now and wo guaran tee 100 per clearer pictures today than yester The only screen of its Kind Western See the improvement to A Ufc Tho biggest and most ex pensive picture yet made hy the undisputed king of A First National1 By special request MISS PEGGY OHARA will In the Garden of My Heart Abo Mary Miles Minter in Periwinkle I ;