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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LfcTHBftldGE DAILY HERALD PAGE PW1 Charges Made Against Sir Fitzpatrick May vote of to cover expenses of Sir Charles Kltzpntrlcli hi connection with sitting of lira privy again before tho house this The prime mlnlflter rend a statement dealing with the deposition ofthe Vote 1011 and For tho fiscal years and 191415 the vote of each year for travelling expenses for Sir Charles In attending sittings of the privy In the first fiscal year men no claim was made and there was no In the amount was paid as Sir Charles at tended sittings of tho privy council in August and In the vote was special allowance to Sir Charles Kltzpatrlck to cover expenses In connection with tho judicial committee of the privy Claim made for this amount in monthly Installments by the department having charge of and as attendance at the sittings at the privy council had been omitted as necessary condition of the claims were allowed as in other cases of special In the amount was paid for the same reason as in In 191718 there was a special al lowance of wlion attending sittings of the judicial committee of the privy No claim was made for the payment of this amount as Sir Charlesdid not attend the sit tings of the privy Restates On the orders of the day Ed to a question of privi read a denial of his charges against Sir Charles FitzpatricHwhich appeared In the Ottawa yes He then went on to read from Hansard the statement which he ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE to Glasgow For full Information apply to Companys 270 Main had made to the tfect that tho sum of hart been Votoa Id the justice of Canada for three years running for a specified pur which had not been carried Kdwards then quoted from tho au ditorgenerals report to tho effect that In 1916ltl the vote had gone and the money been The following year the same thing had taken jln neither those years hart the chief sittings of the privy council In In the licit year 101718 tlve amount was not the statement of the audltorgcn said proved that ils If was at ally rate twothirds Sir Charles declaration In thepaper that it was absolutely false was Morpny asked whether It was the intention of the government to al low Sir Charles tp keep this money which he admitted be had Improperly Referred to Sir George who was leading the replied that he would have to refer the matter to the Farmers Thomas Vlen asked ithe whether he had received a communi cation from the fanners delegation at present in tire capital and If he would communicate ft to the Speaker Rhodes said he hadbeen handed a lengthy document a few minutes before which he had not yet had time to The house went Into committee on a bill based pnthe budget resolution dealing with taxes on tobacco and Protest Cigar K protested against the six dollars tax cto a thousand He claimed that in stead of placing a duty of this amount on cheap the government should increase that on the more ex pensive Sinclair and JlcMaster concurred with Du Tremblay urged that the additional duty ton cigars should not be applied to five cent cigar which was usually made from Cana dian Illicit urged the govern ment to take steps to suppress Illicit stills In Nova Scotia and the indis criminategranting of customs ware house licenses to people who had There were tons of liquor brought Into the and stored In LSlflon said that the at tention of the government had been drawn to tho situation in Nova Scotia and steps had been alien to remedy the ALBERTA OFFICES IN LONDON May formation received here is Mo that John representative of tlie Alberta government in has been and that be will be deputy minister of a new do s partment which the Alberta government is creating to deal with matters affecting return ed The last official beard mooting of Wesley church for year was hold in the purlor of tho church last The of the various depart ment of the tho church were anil were most The church lias for the pant year enjoyed a large measure of Hie best in many respects In the history of the Tnc finances were he In n healthy There bad been received In envlopes during the year an increase of over and loose collections totalled an increase of making a total increase of Tho Sunday school raised for and for all other pur THURSDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS 19c iKs aid raised and gave to the building Tho young peoples societies including the Jioy scouts and camp fire with 85 raised There was contributed to lie building Iund which largely reduced the float ing debt of the All othoi benevolent funds of the church have been well4 For missions there bad been raided the raised for the eonncxlona unds in all n grand total raised of Not only was tlie Vrar notnble a financial but the member ship of the church ban increased both by totter and by rrotesslon of faith The members of the board are won derfully optimistic for the THE MOLINE UNI VERSAL TRACTOR HAS A BRIGHT HEAD LIGHT AND TAIL LIGHT FOR ROAD THRESHING OR PLOWING AT LAWRENCE tjie Lord Mayor of whose proposed visit to Washington to protest against con scription for Ireland lias caused ex Bottles Pattersons Camp Regular per bottle Bottles Salad Regular 25c bottle Sunlight Regular 3 bars 7 bars Evaporated choice Regular 25c per per Packets Welcome Soap Regular OC per Deliveries Every Hour Large new Regular 30c per per Ib Finest Black Flgo for These are superior to Regular 25c per Q per Large 16 Powdered Regular 2 pkts Roses Lime Juice in Regular 15c 2 bottles Packets 3 Blue Ribbon whole or Regular 3 r Phone FIRE IS VOTRIFIC Assumes Huge Proportions Perfect Unity of Anglo French Forces French May Renters Ottawa The lull in the fighting on the front Is marked by a steady increase In the severity of artillery which on our side often swells to The roar of the guns never subsides day or Roads May Montrea branch of the Great War Veterans behind the German trout hues vill association vasterday passed a rosoiu Ees and cross roads are constantly tion protesting against tlie granting o systemat cally swept by in lay an essential Heading a rom scenes take place In an Italian pai Be ttaedtrnm traled line supplied with by urban food aml Koads leading to their trout The resolution was forwarded to are strewn with smashed Premier dead horses and The intantiy AGAIN IN Replying to THE Remedy for Appendicitis Stomach Appendicitis and Kidney Stones of ten caused by Gall and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic Not one in ten Gall Stone Sufferers knows what is the Marlatts Specific will cure without pain or oper1 Buy from JACKSON I ONTARIO TORONTO TIRE REPAIR STATION PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH We have opened a new and uptodate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire We would appreciate your All work We make a specialty of Retreading and a telegram from Kiuperor Charles of who referred to this emper orsconference as Km peror William telegraphed to the ruler of the dual monarchy as follows It is a great joy to have again es tablished in our detailed discussions our entire accord regarding the aims which guide Borden Makes Statement On the Railway Situation May the afternoon sitting of the Sir Robert Bor den said that he thought it advisable to give a statement with regard to the railway situation in Canada at the present time and luring the last fif teen TheMiouse resolved itself into committee on the act respecting the Canadian Northern Railway sys tem apd the premier continued Us In 1903 and he the con struction of tho National Transcontin ental and Grand Trunk Pacific was At that time the Canadian Northern had obtained considerable development In the western sections of the country and had begun to feel tho necessity for expansion to the It seemed by9nd question that if an arrangement had been made at this time between the in the east and in the west whereby the two systems would have been both railways would now be in good condition and be able to lend money to the country instead That had not been adopted and the project of the was Grant Aid Shortly after this the government found It necessary to grant aid to the and later in 191011 further holding the enemy front linos Is being subjected to a still more terrific bom A single French division in last weeks operations sent over 5000 shells The guns are giving the Germans little opportunity to en trench and such trenches as they have are shallow and offer the minimum of Work is only possible at night and the trench when dug is often detected and wrecked by our gunfire next morn Fire on Mount Kemmel The positions on Mount the highest point of the German re ceive heaviest The Kemmel regiqn is already a mass of shell craters like the worst parts of the Somme and Verdun The old British shelters on Kenunel are useless fropi the German view because they are all dug on the east side of the mountain their openings facing the mouths of our chosen especially for Individual to enact the various There will be a large and active caval of riders and cattle rangers to ive dash ami color to tho scenes AT THE EMPRESS DAUGHTER OF THE GODS STARTS AT THE EMPRESS TOMORROW The star of the picture is Anette She is tho foremost art In her field In all the And her own Htory is almost as remark able as the one she depicts for you in A Daughter of The She is a native of Australia and early in life faced the most severe hardships and Through industry and tho willingnosH to work hard she ach ieved tho foremost position in her branch of ATSTARLAND Una renowned prlma donna and famed as a has at last rejoined the ranks of film actress es and her first made for Paramount under the expert direction of Einlle Chautard will be shown at the Htarland tomorrow and This is The Kternal by Fred de The story deals with beautiful Cordelia Sanzio thjj opening of the story a widow and princess living in modern Venice and playing with the affections of men as a cat plays idly with its One of her most fervent lovers was young Marry sou of a distinguished Amer ican An Austrian desiring to obtain possession of an important do cument which would give him know ledge of Italys position In the present war before Italy joined forces with the plays upon Harrys love by making him insanely jealous of a young Austrian Count The way they take advantage of ils mad affection for Cordalia and orce him to steal the documents they and the manner iu which Cor at last really in saves both Harry and her countrys make a photoplay of throbbing vital inter In addition to this feature the famous comedian who recently ap with gorgeous Stilletus in tho hands of a half dosicn wouldbe assassins prove unavailing before tlui fists of the mighty American who battles for bis In the course of the conflict costly oil paint rare statues and expensive fur niture reduced to It isa realistic in the taking of which all the participants were badly The filhi abounds with sensational incidents ajid comedy H Fairbanks does some of the best act ing of bisentire stage Tho is at Starland for the last time NUXATED af U Numadlran rundawn In Iwe In U haa kaan ml auch mm Laalta larmar A T of Ilia Traaaury nil tiOovenwr lor Richard Holland Kannayof Dalawara al proaonl Molar et tha John Clam ftallrad lha I drummar toy at Bhlloh wha was In Army whan only llyaaraaf ma United Slalaa Judia lha Court al Olalma ol Waahlnaloii and Aak your ar akavl DIRQH HIGINBOTHAM Lethbridge anu unm in openings lacing uiw IIIUUIHM UL um assistance was given this road in order The eastern slope on which the that one thousand miles to connect jermana are now trying to miiriit is probably the most dang i Letbbridge Tii Repair Station SERVICE THAT SATI8FIM Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the is placing in ahead in the garage We employ only first olasB with years of exper ience on all makes of who with our guarantee of satisfaction assure you of perfect Drop in and look over our stock of before the price Dunlop and Mar in all both fabrics and cords also our complete Una of STANDARD GARAGE VEUE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THIRD IN THE SPRING will bo tho great tost of a lifo and death atrugglo on the Western In tho everyday walks of it is tho spring time that brings 111 One of the chief its eastern and western Hues might be In 1011 there was a change in tlie administration and the nev government found that it would have to grant more money both to the the or these roads would go into In 181213 aid was Riven to tlie Canadian North ern Railway and 191314 to the After giving a review of the anco rendered to the and year to the premier referred to tlie decision reached in 1916 institute a practical inquiry by experts into the railways of Can It resulted in the appointment of the commission of which of tlieNew York was This as is well had majority and min ority Sir Henry Drayton and the other members of the being responsible for the Both reports how that the railways should not bo allowed to go into but that the Dominion should sec that interest charges were The suggestion in the tak ingover of the capital stock was car ried out and tho arbitration proceed ings are now under way Referring to criticisms by Charles stated that lie bad conferred with those taking part in tho arbitration on behalf of tho gov ernment and bud been assured that they had been given the most absolute freedom in the way of securing all the information they Sir Robert said it was believed that the award will bo made before June the date Dealing with criticisms of the gov ernment for not having appointed a erous and difficult corner on the The most important feature of last weeks fighting in Flanders was the perfect unity of the AngloFrench Charged with aiding and abetting bis own to marry another Earl Du Sonne was arrested by Morality Officer Kerr in The police say that Du Sonne even assisted the groom to up his clothes for the At the Theatres AT THE ORPHEUM Hungry the Oiiiheum for the last is advanced as an ex ample of Bluebirds best efforts at llhotopiay Monroe Salis bury will be thostar with Ruth Clif ford his leading Rupert who directed the will also peared in The Movie Dummy will be shown in another tworeel riot of A OneNight If the proverbial bull in the china shop could one of the sensational scenes in Douglas Fairbanks newest Reaching for the he would be surprised and amazed at the destruction which takes place in this interesting Artcraft The story deals with an American played by who is a poor clerk until he finds he is the heir to a European Some of the STllAi Tonight DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Reaching The Moon ALSO TOTO IN A OneNight Stand A RIOT OF MIRTH The Eternal U narly an imai ij live months penned up within tho walla of factory or It is tho rou BOU for our diminished resistance luelc of outdoor coupled with perhaps overcall luck of good exer insiiQieinnt and new the premier LI said tllat reason was that the gov four or eminent has had full and complete access to the records of the company and it was not considered desirable that during the period of the government should take upon itr self the responsibility for the man insuulc nut unu In other we keep feeding tba j agemont of tho Any change furnace with food but do not take out might have demoralized staff and the and our liro docs not burn the uovernment decided that there Always kuep tho liver vl h There Is nothing hotter for health than U 13 IV vu taking an occasional mild per haps onco n wool such a one as you can gut at any drug mado up of I easily has stoud tho test of titty years of Piercus Mousant But for tho Spring the gonoral rundown the lack of tha one should take a course of treatment every spring such a standard tonic as Piercos Golden Medical now to be hud In tablet form In UUVOl V ill fiftycent Watch the people go plodding along tha no no A vitalizing tonics iuch us this vegetable extract of Pleroes gives you the power to force yourself Mackenzie and Sir Don into The brain responds to ths thT government decided that there hud been no change until it was in u position to make permanent arrange ment with the The he had been watied upon by a delegation repre Benting the employees who had asked that arrangements in regard to pen innrte by them with the should be carried out by tha On the therefore it was not desirable to name a new pending the completion of the arbitration Bill and Dan Not On As to the board of Sir Robert said it was not intended that lllliU WU niw blood in and thus youra ready to malcaa light against stagna tion which holdsyou iu Try H now I Dont wait I Toduy is tha duj to Gain a little laugh and Ylia and vitality are natural of iv healthy It doos not spring up in a Try this sprint and you pin the cour tluti cuiuus with gain thi ald Maun should be on the new As a matter of they had express ed a desire to be reHeved of aay re sponsibility in connection with the operation of the rouuV Sir Mac stated that if at any he could be of any service to ttye ho would bo plwued to render without any KIRKBYS SPECIAL for THURSDAY QCOTCH CONES Regular price 25c per dozen THURSDAY 60S Third Avenue Phone 1627 At STARLAND THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ALSO TOTO THE GREAT COMEDIAN KRQM NEW YORK HIPPODROME IN 2ReeU A ONEJIIGHT STAND 2ReeU RUTH CLIFFORD AND MONROE SALISBMRY IN TQNIGHt prices and 20c Hungry a Thrilling and Grippinu Photoplay of love Out Also of ;