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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MAY 1W1R TUESDAYS Tuesday Set Aside On it Al leged Discontent in Medical Corps Ottawa May Mr hmiso today asked if Hi would disposed to Intended to lay on rising there in the whether before milling in r of labor SPECIALS VENTS H vc ESTIMATES FOR who are employed and arc giving their entire time to tho public service for an allowance on the following basis a To each person In receipt of a salary at the rate of a year or an allowanceof any permanent increase in salary given to pernon since January the total salary and allowance shall not in any case exceed To each such person in of a salary at rate of more than May Mac acting minister oE in the comrflonB this morning tabled supplementary estimates totaling The total unusually large because it includes votes of to cover the working expenses of the Canadian government This large itejn la almost invariably included in the main estimate brought down earlier in the Of the amount usked only 813 is chargeable to capital expendl Increase Salaries The vote of most general interest is one providing the sum of three mil lion dollars to assist government em ployees in the outside service who re ceive email or comparatively smaller Provision Is made for tem porary except in the case of for married men and for widows and widowers with children in the outside service but not over a yenr an allowance of less any permanent Increase in salary since January provided the total salary and allowance shall not exceed Hallway estimates include tile SUIT nf To acquire free and clear of all incumbrances 01 claims at any public the and Satrucnay extending from its junction with the and Montmorency Railway to Nairn about miles at a price not exceed ing the amount Deport of Hi dustrifis which thn mm received some days Sir Robert replied 1m would nsk the minister of labor with regard to Sir Robert rut In a posi tion to say at ttio momr Sir Rob ert further announced tlin the discus sion of titles would Inresumed to Payments to i In answer to a iiueiimi by of rta in connection with DH Victory The statement showed that bad been paid as Bnnk of of Nova Sco tia Bank of Uriilsh North UanK of Molsons La Hanque Merchants I La ttaiiire Union Bank of Strictly Fresh Cloverdalc Regular 60c per 2 Large Fresh Regular 50c Fresh Special on 2 FreshUQround Coffee Household Blend Regular 36c 3 Deliveries Every Hour 45c 25c 35c 95 c Wagstaffn Pure Orange 4 Regular Tuesday Onion Last shipment this Rcg ulnr 30o Tuesday per McLirens Jelly Regular 2 Regular 3 bars 7 bars Royal Crown Regular 3 tins 79c 20c 27c Phone 313 of acres of timber land and a of hciiiFos destroyed by est fanilles from the inl Binlti Bank of Imper road crossing the river at a was going to narrow upot and is sweeping on to ward Upper The firewas heading for the town of Hantsport last night but a sudden change in the wind turned it back and its present course is not dangerous to any town The damage in County is estimated Considerable damage to property has been with Hi was also iient had W1 enses of Bishop NEWS NOTES aimms have conspired o makn this picture one of thn moiU nticiti ot the sna AT THE MAJESTIC A Daughter of tho the story if an Hawaiian is the Int lilay to bo written dealing with liesc Islnnds of tho Tho greatest of all appeals is given this of it great the has given tho lay an Hawaiian atmosphere by wonderful scenic equipment and alo band of native Hawaiian A Daughter of tlin Sun is a massive scenic product carrying a carload of their own special and will bo seen at the Majestic on Thursday and May 2Srd and with a special matinee on Friday ictoriit HANDING OUT TO THE GERMAN Offlcia photograph from the British western Alleged Charles Mnniiiy asked whe ther any representations had been at well over made to the government regarding al leged discontent in thn Canadian Army Medical Tho govern ment replied that uo such representa had Sir Robert Borden told Joseph Arch aiiibault that an amioiinceinent of the names of members of the gov YOULL LIKE OUR GOOD MEAL PREPARED BY THE BEST WHITE COOKS In the city and served through out by all WHITE HELP TheSiiverGrill 4th 5th Machinists Now Likely to Walk Vol untarily Help Out May strike situ ation in Winnipeg tevunchanged to day No decision has beenannounced yet as to whether or not the street railway and the typographical union men who voted in favor of a sympa thetic strike shall be said the strikers but It is con sidered as extremely probable that 150 Canadian Northern Railway machin ists in Winnipeg will walkout to as well as operators of mov in Winnipeg All that now remains to make ernment who wouui attend the Imper Halph Smiths Minimum Wage Act ial conference in London would be law is the assent of the Lieutenant Governor of For having a few drops of liquor lal conference made in due He considered it inadvisable to stdto when the trip would bo made but it was for For having a lew rirojja UL the purpose of attending sittings of on his premises Henjamin the Imperial war cabinet and Imperial proprietor ot the Stephens Wind war The questions to be I was fined 200 and Fred a Winterboarne far was fined and costs in the police court at Kitchener for tamper ing with the market scales while weighing a load of said Sir were con ONE MAN ONLY CAN SOW AND HARROW 50 ACRES A DAY WIW A MOLINE TRACTOR IS IT WORTH WHILE ing picture machines movie Representatives of the labor men conferred with the provincial cabinet this morning but both sides declined to give out any announcement as to the result of the The firemen and the telephone op erators are still on but practi cally complete service in both depart ments is being supplied with the aid of citizen Outside May formal ar bitration cannot be used to settle Winnipegs outside agencies are now attempting to mediate be tween the strikers and the city coun Dave Winnipeg lawyer requested by the Federal gov ernment to try to settle the has requested the city council to postpone a meeting arranged for tonight and will try to got some preparation which will be satisfactory to both parties for The com mittee of one hundred appointed by the business men of the city to deal with the strike has submitted a pro posal to both which it is hoped will lead to a No details of what this proposal is can be obtained 1400 toora Meantime there is a probability that HOO additional workers may join in the strike when it is pro posed to call out the street railway the Canadian Northern machin the typographical and tbo moving picture machine opera It is said that the strike com mittee is not inclined to give favor able hearing to the proposal for indi rect and prospects are the strikes will bo extended in the next twentyfour Word has been received that Major of Elk has died of wounos received on April IS May Renter des patch from Petrograd says that the anarchist movement in Moscow had been Ralph CohnorS Sinclair asld for information regarding the appointment of Gordon Ralph Connor of Winni peg The minister of militia stated that he held the rank of honorary ma his appointment dated from April Major said the min was still attached to the being detailed Siftons Charles Murphy was told by Sir Robert Borden that SirClifford Sifton had no authority to act in any capacity in England for the govern ment Murphy wished to know whether any communications Had been exchanged between the govern ment and Sir Clifford relative to the acquisition of the Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk Pacific bn Robert replied that there Kas been no correspondence of this If any misapprehension existed in London amongshareholders of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company with regard to the ot the Govern ment toward the Grand the premier he thought it would have fteen cleared up by statements made in the house I Taking Over Negotiations with regard to the tak ing over of the Grand Trmty Hallway System are being carried on with W chairman ot Hie hoard of It was unlikely that the negotiations would be Conclud ed during the visit of the ministers to the Imperial conference although probably the matter would be dis cussed at that The bill to amend the Income lax Act was read a third Speaking in committee of the Inspections and Sale Crerar aaid it sought to define more accurately what were known as It was baaed on the results of a conference of consumers and dealers held last Colonel Currie observed that in the United States sale of immature fruit was When the fruit could not he sold across the line it was aent to Mr Crerar said it was not his inten tion to prevent the sale of fruit but rather to have all boxes ialnlngsuch fruit marked so that the would know what he was rated For he said that it would take fifteen months to carry the FrancoGerman which was simple as compared with the case of British As Goldwyn has chosen best cast available for Mabel Nor mnnds Porter Emerson Browne pn triotic of to be seen at the Majestic theatre be ginning Thfi star enjoys the support of a leading man new to Goldwyn Pic Robert distinguished for his work on the stage and screen in support of famous He spent n season with Margaret Illington in The following which he ap peared with Arnold Daly in the unique Angel in the Chief Thomas the British Columbia Provincial died in Pauls hospital following an oper ation for cancer of the What the Press Agents Say THE GERMAN GOAT BUTTING PRETTY MARGUERITE CLARK COMMENTS ON RESERVED DIVING For OHO who has been in pictures as long as Marguerite she shows a charming unsophisUeation about the mechanics of the Miss Clark re cently went to the first showing ot Babs Matinee her most recent picture in which she is to be seen at the Starland tonight and tomorrow with which u Paramount pictograph was also The latter showed men diving off a spring board by reversing the showed them springing from the water and alight ing on the twenty feet over the Thats a remarkable said the little Paramount star quite dont see how they do t without hurting themselves when hey hit the spfcing board on the party in a borrowed house with uninvited guests and the sudden en trance of the Mayor of are a very few of the funny things that nappen in Mack Senuetfs newest Are Wait resses Safe which is showing at tlu Starland tonight and Clever Louise Ben Slirn Summerville and the TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MARGUERITE CLARK IN Babs Matinee Idol ANOTHER SUBDEB STORY BY MARY ROBERTS RINEHART ARE WAITRESSES SAFE TWOREEL PARAMOUNTBENNETT COMEDY Why Put Up With the I insanitary Outhouse KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEM Not B mat chemical I i rowienl Unk and the mort laoilwy metliod Coificniena ol la ClUWilcd by all over ihe country and exteiuively wed in public No umbingl Corts only a IracUon OVM a day lo oJrate oBe can put U inno to lank twice a SSbaH your Ideal and village ekmclm fae c8 We ihe and of the uadeiround I a jubrtitule 01 far The Kauatine General Supply iox LethbrldQe Dlfitributori for and THE PRIPE Ot NEW YOKK VYILUAM FOX British Doing More Than Any Other For Their Prisoners May Reutrs Ot tawa uncljr secretary of the foreign oflicn mto vieweil by Uio reiiiieil 1 criticisms of the governments atti with regard to war1 He said was ridiculous to ntnrgo rtiivernmeiK with because Franco aad done something a with her tormau Tbo British govern had done more for prisoners than any other government Lord Newton mentioned that in addi tion to the ordinary allowances the British War Office was spending monthly for the relief of Bri tish prisoners in Turkey lie snid that during the month of March representatives of the Dutch legation at Berlin visited seventytwo camnw on behalf of the British Lord Newton condemned the agita lion for which he said should not resorted to except ti Hscure in the treatment of It is not the fault of tlu government that privates were no included in the agreement for intern ment Hollandbecause the Germans had refused to release privates bo cause they compelled them to Lord Newton concluded that their position in the future would be a most anxious one and that the adoption of action similar to that taken by Franco undoubtedly would be but that the exchange of prisoners was most difficult and mpst compli MAJESTIC1 TONIGHT The Newest Triumph of the Girl Who Never Disappoints GOLDWYN PRESENTS MABEL NORMAND IN Joan of Plattsburg By Porter Emerson Browhe The Screens Big Comedy Drama ONCE NIGHTLY AT PRICES Entire Balcony Entire Mnin We ray the Tax May 2324 Matinee Victoria Day The Seasons Newest Another Bird of I United Producing and Rowland Offer THE MASSIVt SCENIC SPECTACLE A DAUGHTER OF THE SUM THE STORY i OF AN HAWAIIAN 1 BUTTERFIY A Play of Love and wifti a Great Cast of 25 in cluding Native Hawaiian Ukulele Singers and Dancers NOT A MOTION PICTURE PRICES Eveninos Matinee TONIGHT 50o 50c The Love Thief Its a good Other good AT THE EMPRESS PMPRESS The Pride of New York TONIGHT A Soeclal AI5o Plenty of Comfdy and ;