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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 20, 1i- it iiilDiidod to lay on lli'' ri\,\.., Uv.Utrei i-IhImk, Ihf'N-onort of ih- niiilinK in-dustrlfis whlcli (Iio. iiiin: i^t dI' Ijijior ( i'eooivud sciino dayfi' i. Kir Rolini-t repllcil iImi Uo. wniilil I ;i.slc llu', uilnlater of lulin; witli ri'Kiiril i to it. Sir Rol|)ei'l wan, im1 in � iiosi-I lion to say .'il. I'le iimii.. Sir K:)li-Ri't fiirtht.'i- nniiomn'Oil (i: i'. ;hi' ili^ciis-[ .'-ion of titlos would li. !i sunuMl to-: morrow. HOW THE GERMAN VENTS HIS SPLEEN. When llifi German suffers a rcvorsu lio lu.� to "laUo it oiH" oi! ' , Payments to B,nnl ii.:>)iiicr of fin-'aiicc tabled -i slatr'nuir of the am-I ounts paid oacli of tli'' ;', i;.iiliini banks i in connection with \hnv.h representations liad been Sir Robert Borden I'.lil Juiseph Arch-anibault that an amiouuconient of the names of menibiMs of the government who wouiii aiicnd the Imperial conference in Li'indnu would bo fainous dog-comedian, have (onsi)irc(i to in;il((? this picture one of tlic luijiU cnticiii!; laugii-induccrs of llic .sca.- HANDING OUT .RATIONS TO THE GERMAr>l PRISONERS. fOffici.Tl photograph from tho British western front.) Sir Robert Borden that Kir Clifford | I'ated. F(n- instance, lie said that i! made in due He considered) (he policy' of the It inadvisable to stui.' when the trip , toward the Crand TrunlJ,' would be made hni .-nid il was for the of atli'n.liiig sittings of Word has been received that Major Oldfleld, of Elk Lake, B.C., has died of wounUs received on April 6th. proprietor of tho Stephens Inn, Windsor, was fined $200 and costs. I'-red. Seifoid, a Winterboarne farmer, was fined $10 and costs In the police court at Kiicliencr for tampering with tho market scales while weighing a load of hay. ' IS SUPPRESSED. London, May 20.-.\ Renter despatch from Retrograil says that the anarclust movement in Moscow had been euppresscd. war conference. Tin. questions to be discussed, said Sir Kabert, were confidential, Ralph Connor's Job. J. H. Sinclair asl:(l for Infnrniatinn regarding the appciitnient of Rev. C. W. Gordon (P.aliili Connor) of Winnipeg. The minister of tnilitia stated that he lield (he rank of honorary major, his a!)[ioinl]nent dated from April 1, 1015. -Major Gordon, said the minister, was still attached lo the, being deiail'Ml t(ar special duty.' Sifton's Aut(iority, Hon. Chnrlt-s .Murphy v.-as told by Sii'ttui had no aiitluirity to act in any caiiacity in I'higland for tiic government. .Mr. .Murphy wi--ilic(l to know wliothnr any communications liad been exchanged bolween the govtru-ment and Sir t'lifford relative to tlir ac(|uisltioii of the Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk Pacific Railways. Sir Robert replied that there li'as been no correspoiideiic.o of this i:ind. If any misapprehension existed in IjOiuiou anHuifT sliareholders . of Ihe Grand Trunk Facific Railuay Comjiany with ovcrn-the ^iremior said hi; thought it would iiavc been cleared ui) b.v Rtatemeiits made in tlie house rucenily. ) Taking Over G. T. R. Xegotiations with regard to the taking over of the Grand Trun{{ RaiUvayi System are being carried on ivitli ,'Slr. | A. W. Sinitliers, chairman of the board of directors. It was unlikely that the negotiations would bo (Concluded during the visit of the ministers to the Imperial cnnfernncc although I)robab)y the matter would be dls-cua.xcd at that time. The bill lo amend the Income Tax Act was rear! a third time. Speaking in comniiltec of the Inspections and Sale Act, i\lr. ("rcrar ..^aid it sought lo define more accurately what were; known as "cuU�." It was based on the results of a conference of fruit growers, �onsuiiiers anil dealers held last winter. Colonel Currio observed tliat in the United States sale of immaturo fruit was forbidden. When tjie fruit could not be sold acros.s tli^ lino it was aent to Canada. ' -Mr. Crerar said it was not his inten-:''tion to prevent the sale of Immature fruit hut nuiisr to have a)! boxes containing such fruit marked fu that the �imrchasor would know what he was buying. v.ould take fifteen inontlis to carry ont !h(> Francn-German agreement, which was simple as compared with the case of British prisoiieis. AT THE MAJESTIC '�.\ I);iughlcr of the Sun," the srory (if an Ihnviiiian Butterfly, is the lat-play to bo written dealing wiili IlicKc Isiaiiils of the Pacific. The greuicst of all ali|)cals is given thi.s story, iliat nt a great love. Kd.'W. R.iuianil, tlic producer, has given the lilay an llawaliini atinnsiihere by a wonderful scenic eiiuipmi'iit and also a liaiiil of native Hawaiian singers. "A Dinigliii'r of Ihe Sun" is a massive scenic iirnduil inn. carrying a carload of tlii'ir own special scenery, anil will be seen at the .Majestic on Thursday .-ind Fridiiy. May 2:lrd and 21tli. with a special inatiiico, on Friday (ictoria Day). A.s usual. Gnldwyn has chosen tin! best cast available for Mabel Xor-m/ind's I'ortcr 15mcrson Browne \w-iriotic iilay. '"Joan of Piattsburg," to be seen at the .Majestic theatre beginning tonight. T|^i. star enjoys the sujiport Of a, leading man new lo Pictures-Robert Flliott, distinguished for his work on the stage, and screen in supiiort of famous stars. Ho spent a season with Margaret Illingfoii In "The Lie." following wliidi he aii-jicareil with Arnold Daly in the uniqin Chief I'honias Smith, of the British Columbia Provincial Polii-e. died in St. Paul's hospital following an operation for cancer of tlie stomach. What ihe Press Agents Say '.Vngel in the House." THE GERMAN GOAT FINDS,THE BUTTING PRETTY DIFFICULT. Why Put Up With the Unsanitary Outhouse'? toUfi kausUne _...... Clcanlinesi-Comfort-' u......J) KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEM ^ot a meie chemical commode-but � prAlicaJ, Permanent lank imiallalion and the moat taniluy melnod oi aewa^e diipo^al in eiiiteuce, Endoried by health BUlhuriliet all overihe country and cxieiuively used in pubhc aervice, _ . No ccstpool-odot-^woter-tewei-plumbing! Cotit only a fraction over  cent a day to operate. Any one can put it in-no attention required after eicept to empty lank twice a year. Killi all germi-prolecli your heahh. Ideal (or farmi and village homei, tchooli, churchei, fac-loriei, etc. are the originatort and-patenteu of the.^auilioo uodeigtouod tank tyitem-doa'l tcept a iubilitule 01 imitation. fVtilc/or parllculari. "The Kaustine & General Supply Company, Ltd. * P, p, Box 190, Lethbrldoe Dlotrlbutort for/yjhorta and B. C, z ^*TH& PRIPE bfe (NEW YORK/^ Wl LCI A hi f=ox l^dbucTiQH: AT THE j^lVIPRESS TONIGHT. FOR nmm British Govt. Doing More Than Any Other Govt. I'^oi-Their Prisoners London, Jluy 20.- (\'ia Heiil?rs Ottawa A.goncy.)-Lord Newton, undersecretary of the foreign oflice intor-viewed by Iho. Observer, reyiied In criticiams of tiie guvornineut'.i atti-ludoj with regard to'ianginK'uf war prisonei'.s. Ho said' tha';. it was ridiculous to cuarge tho governmen'i; with inhumanity, because li'rancr: hail done something at variance with her forinou jiollcy. The R'rltish govorn-nient,/hc added, had done more for prlaoner.i than any other govcriimonfe Lord Nowton mentioned that in addition to the ordinary allowaiice.s tho British AVur Dfflco -was .spending monthly for tho rollot of British prlsonefci in Turltoy alone. Ho said that during the month of March representatives of tho Dutch legation nt Berlin vlHlted seventy-two camrnron behalf of tho British government. Lord Newton condemned tho agitation (or retaliation, which he said should not i�e resorted lo except lo .secure improvement in the treatmenl. of prisoners. It is not the fault of the government that prlvateis were not included In tho agroomont for Intorn-mont in"Holland'because the OormanB had refused to reloaso privates ''bo-civuso they compelled Ihe.m to work. Lord Newton concluded that their libsitlon'in the future would be a most uuxloiiB one and that the adoption of action similar to that taken by Franco undoubtedly would be cqnsidered, but that tho exchungo of. prisoners was most difficult anil inpst comply AT.STARLAND r�1ARGUERITE CLARK COMMENTS ON RESERVED DIVING t'or one who has been in pictures as long as Marguerite Clark, she shows u charming unsopliislication about tlie mechanics of the ai't. Aliss Clark recently went to tlie first sho\yiiig of "Bab's Matinee idol", her most recent pici.ure in which she is lo be seen at the Starlanii tonight, .-iiid tomorrow with which a Paramount pictograph was also shown. The latter showed men diving off a spring board and. iJy reversing the film, showed litem springing from the water and alighting on the board twenty feet over the water. "That's a remarkable feat." said till little Paramount star ipiite seriously. "I, don't see how they do il witlioul hurting lliemselves when they hit the .sjiUng board on the jump." .A party in a borrowetl liouso with uninvited guests and the sudden entrance of the Mayor of the, town are a very few of the tunny tilings that happen in Mack l-iaunetCa newest Paramount comedy.? "Are W.ait^ resses Safe?" whicli is showing at the ^itarUind tonight and tomorrow, tllevor Louise Pazonda, Ben Turpin, Slim Summerville and Teddy, the MAJESTIC TO-NIGHT The Newest Triumph of the Glrj Who Never Disappoints GOLDWYN PRESENTS . MABEL NORMAND IN "Joan of Piattsburg" By Porter Emerson Browhe The Hcreou's "First Big Patriotic Comedy Drama ONCE NIGHTLY AT 8:30 PRICES: Entire Balcony..........25c Entire Main Floor........3?- We lay the Tax TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MARGUERITE CLARK IN Bab's Matinee Idol ANOTHER "SUB-DEB" STORY BY MARY ROBERTS RINEHART "ARE WAITRESSES SAFE" TWO-REEL PARAMOUNT-SENNETT COMEDY majestic! TWO- NIGHTS-TWO Thursday, Friday, May 23-24 Matinee Friday, Victoria Dny The Season's Newest Scnsntion. Another "Bird of Paradise." I' United Producing Co., Ltd., and F. W. Rowland Offer THE MASSIVE^ S^CEWIC SPECTACLE ^ THE STORY n OF AN HAWAIIAN BUTTERFLY A Play ot Love and Beauty, with a Great Cast of 25 People, including Native Hawaiian Ukiilolo Players, Singers and Dancers NOT A MOTION PICTURE (^'RICES: EvenlnQs: $1.50, $1,00 7Sc, 50c Matinee: $1.00, 75c, 50o ...... TONIGHT 10c-20o It's a good one. Other good pictures, EMPRESS ."The Priae of New York" *^ TONIGHT ^ ------- --------- - ----- A Special Featur* la f�von .Acti. Also Plenty of Comedy and Current Eveintt,' ;