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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, M.VY 21, 101R THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FJYE OiUwa, May 11. Sinclair, telegram iu (lie co.-uphiuiog of the effect of Ihe Military .Service Ad oa the fbbfng In- dustry of tlso Maritime Provinces ami suggested tliat. should bu excrriiit iitttil after the spring catch Je over. ijir Ltohcrt UorUen said he wouM direct the .matter to the iuiuicdiir.o attention of (Jecerd! .Mewburii. in rejily to-a telegram read VJT Mr. TwceUlo of Calvary, setrlng forth gb- jectkms of members of the civil pos.tlou to make a definite statement tbls today in regard tomorrow. Indiscriminately. Mr. Viea or Lotbinlerc, eomplilnetl that iu splto statement to Hie [iroposal to jlcduct civil ny from civil servant overseas, Sir[ Him Guttirlb presented the iu the houbo that registrars >voulj IJP to call young men under tbe Military Service Act from urban centres, tlt-oft officials aeudics out notices In an i.Bdlscrftuinato man- ner: Sir Koltert Harden promised to di- rect the attention- ot the minister of luillllA to the matter. Yukon Election. Uobcrt ho hoped to be in a j rm'ai report of.tfie committee vileges and' Instructing the Kcneral relrirnlny otiiccr to the soldiers' vote taken In the Yukon election lo lite candidates Tor whom it was cast ami to declare a candidate elected.f B.'Jl Ocvlln of moved that the report of ttio general leturnins officer be offered lo liie .supreme court for adjudication and decision and that (tie decision of-tiio supreme court lie referred to the bouse for sucli dctbu as It may deem proper. Right of Appeal. IN CANADA SOME OF ITS USES i f For mftkfngf csap. For For 'cleaning: imd For nmovlne ordinary obbtruo. from grain pipM luvj iinKt. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES meiLtEIT COMPANY WMtTED TOnOKTO. OMT. it wmilirrequirc very strong language lo ]iis views on ibis piere or legfyJation. Mr, FieUling argued lliat the sol diers ImU not voted for Dr: Th'oinp- EOH. 'I'liey had east thcJr votes for eonHcriiitidn anil the prime minister had allotted them to Dr. Thompson according lo all available Information. Both had been fet'D JWYEiS Toronto, May present position regarding military service ot boys who are jvurri or in the i future reach that is as according to a made by the j repiitrar for .Ontario twlny: Hoys whof bad alUiineil ihe age of 19 years on April liiis, must reg- ister before next l. lloys wlio iM. 19IS. have become or .may become ly years of age, must register with ihe registrar >vfiTiin -ten days after ranching their" 19th bh-IUday. .Of tliese-taUer toys, however, those who have become I'J between 'April May 21, have-until Juno 1 to register. V There has been as yt-i no order made regarding the mud i cut examina- tion of these young and no order been-issued calliHi; thutn outjor training.- Specials on Soap on Wed. SOc 50c SOc Gold' 7 bars for Wednesday........... Sunlight Soap, 7 bars for Wednesday.......... Lcr.nox Soap, 9 bars for Wednesday Lifebuoy Soap. 7 bars OUC Royal Crown Soap, 10 bars for Hp Wednesday D J C Every Hour Castle Hand Soap, 14 bars Wednesday Palm OMve Sosp, 3 bars for Black Jack Tar-Soap, 5 bars Wednesday Glycerins Lilac Rose Soap, 3 bars for Wednesday Goblin Soap, 4 bars for Wednesday fop WEATHER High fair. 56 31 Mr. Guthrie announced that a bill of conscription.' Therefore tbe i wontd be Introduced and passed iu which the soldiers were In-' fore prorogation which would give the right to appeal lo the courts for a per- iod within forty days after the gen- oral returning officer makes bU de- claration. The lifll would provide for ihe counting'of the soltllers' voto nojilicrs who had voted Tor Dr. Thomp- matlcr when I hey were polled. aon. It was Hie prime minister. In reply to a question by Mr. Field- (created stood on even terms.; What-right hail the minister to allot' all tho votes lo the conservative can- didate when both candidates wore It was not tho sol- Disease ing, the solicitor-general explained that tbe bill would apply to the Yukon election ohly. .Mr. Ciiitlirie -argued that by no re- finement of argument or technicality! could soldiers' rotes be 'wined out.j Debate on Yukon Case. Freedom at.onco from the agony of Continuing the'debate ot the of the comnu'ttee on privileges iind J. U. Hurnham asked Mr. Fielding wJieUier Air.' Congdon had stated to him that he was iu favor of conscrip- Uon. -t Mr. yielding replied that it bad been stated over and over again In and bad never been iiueslion- Mr. Congdoii was a conscrip- Gkiu disease, soothing wash ot i uiections (Yukon election case) at nils. Try the afternoon skiing, Hon. S. Fielding said that the great ISFUC in the matter vaa wltcUicr or not lite long established parliamentary ,pre- llfginbotbain Advertisement.: cepts with regard to elections should etaud controverted fall. This or LIKE OUR PREPARED'BY THE WHITE COOKS Ju the city and served Ilirougli- all WHJTE HELP Cor. 4th Ave. ith St. precept before the was that cases of ibis kind should not lie de- c'ded by parlfsun coiumiilee of the houses The difficulty had been caus- eJ by the TImo Elections Act. There were men who profeasetl rcBiiect for this act, Fielding said lie was not.ono of them. ;E fact Says It li Cut Corns and Tells How Lift out. You a imply say to the drug store man, "Give me a quarter of an ounce of freezonc." This will 'cost very llitlo but' IB' sufficient to re- move every hard or solt.corn from one's feet. A Tew drops applied directly upon a tender, -aching corn 'should re- lieve. (he soreness instantly, auil goon (fee entire corn, root and all, can (jp lifted out with the lingers without' pain, This frdezone Is an ether compound discovered by n Cincinnati man, who says (hat -while freczone is sticky it (tries in a moment, and simply shrivels up (he corn without, inflamtng or even .irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. i r Don't lei father die of infection or lockjaw from whittling nt hlg corns hut cut this out and make him try Exclusive Features of the Mason' Risch Sounding Board; patent "Inter- siou At the Theatres .AT THE'CKPHEUM Grctcfccn ami Alan Hale are two featured .players who- h'nte each other. That is, ihey hate each pUujr in the new numng pftturo'they liave made Tor Kox, "The Love Thief." Miss llartniati portrays a Mexican senorita. and Mr, Hale ia'an Aniericaii 'army olficer; and if there are'any two persons who hale cafrli other, they are Mexican ladles and "American "military men. This picture is at the Oriiheum. THE A; Davidson: "H is not true thai George UIG son of a build- Mr. (Jongdon was endorsed-by the lea- contractor. Ho is the ordinary der of the of east Setting his educa- Mr.'rielding s.iirl it was within the public-sOiool aniUs liuppy province of the Liberal leader to en- dorse, whntfever he liked. TliG point was whether, or not Mr. CoDgdon was a supporter of conscrip- tion and bo understood that he Y'aa. Meiyhen Opposes Mini. iii his is ambitions. Contrasting witti George a N'ew York son ot a man.-He spends his time in thy gay whirl, go- ing best restaurants. He's ttTc rlcu man's son about toivn. ao business, but -.lliat ol his i usns, .a o spenng lion. Arthur Mcig hen opposed Mr father-s ,mohe Jlis hrstor whil fi He declared that both ot the candidate to llic election Yukon at d that at the.Km press t onl ?noi-l _ __ l ghl tiie .sanic- iime s-j'porteiV conscription yet one of them supported it in prin- ciple and practfeo and look the. only course that would have resulted in its enforcement. The olhsr, be said; while he may have supported it, xwas nerertheless tcnrtors'fd leader of the party, o A by.electionj jn the Yukon; naid Mr. Meigiien, would mean air appeal to only four-fifths of tbe-electorate: The voto hardly could Hon. Mr, "Why Mr. Melgheu- maintained that it would no an exceedingly diff iculMask to from the great number of men overseas those qualified :to .vote in tho Yuhoh: To do Ilils would be an injustice to the figbling men at.jJh'e front. Oppositioa laughter greeted this statement. Jlr. "My friends p'rposlte laugh and'that laughter shows mcflsurc of their interest Hie A HoyjI. f ThiB remark was' met with ;iotid cries of protest from the opposition benches and A. R. rising to a point ol order said th'at "H Wag a gratuitlous insult to every member of the opposition and shoutd-hc'wllh- snitl that'hc dul not Ihink that Mr. intended-the remark to the meaning -which had been taken from ft 'SfcHas-1. tcii If he Uioughi so lie, v.-ould dc- ;naiiti its vrithdrfitval, v Mr McMaster insisted that the re- mark was MnauHlng innsmucli rts-It implied that the opposition members were not Interested- in winnirigithc war- N Spea.ker Rhpilcs requested ghcn (b he IiatI lo imply that bonorabla gentle-; man was not interested in winning tho ivar. Tiie house divWed on the DcVlin amendment' which was 103 to'BS. lock1' Tuning Pin Block; individual Brass stringing system; encas- ed Regulating Rail; "Equi. Tempered Scale" and many olher exclusive, fea- tures have made it the choice of careful buyers, musicians, artists, arid institu- tions ihc world exclusive features mean satis- factitfn, enjoyment, and pride to 'you.. Write for Free Book Explaining thi Many ftxclustve Ftafv t YOtftO CllECT mil w BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET 3.- LETH8RIDOE LKST TIMES TONIGHT MARGUERITE Bab's Matinee Idol ATSTAULAND The- scenes; -of tlic itance at Dab's liome in Marguerite Clerk's Paramount 'pfibfophy, "Bab's latest vviiicli wcro recently filmed at the s'lgdjos were' tbe: occasion of much ta.n'd ailiong. the players. There fur- nished a" real ant! very 't Joo orchestra anil Xfgcl Burrle as Helen Grecii as I.cila, the big sister, j LemonsWtiiten and I Beautify the Skin! j r-'Make Cheap Lotion'' juice of" .two frcsli, ..lemons a iiot.tle three 'oiincea of orchard white .inaKcs'. whole 'quarter pint, of the mo'sl'rein'a'rk- aule. lemon skin beautifler at about the cost one nnist-pay f6r a small jar of tlie ordinary cold creams. Care should be (akou to strain the lemon Juico; through a cloth so :lemoii pulp tlt'en lotion 'keep fresh, for months. Every woiuau knows that lemon juice is and reraoye, such B9 freckles, pallowncss and anil is the ideal smoothener and ucautificr. Just try SM tip a quarter pint of this, swoctiy lemon lotfon and massage it dally'into ,lhe face, fi.inrfs..H should natur- ally help to softon, freshen, and, hidden roses and ibeauty. any skiii. It I a wonderful Tor hamls.' V druggist will sell .three ounces of orchard white at .little cost, and any grocer will a AdVetlisenicnl. look full Advantage of the opportunity lo display somo ot the very latest steps. The. scene was 'rehearsed five to tbo great delight of all. Miss Clark as Bab. will appear at SiurUind for iho last time tonight. William W. Karl photoplays of tho sort Thomas 11. Itice is making for ArtirafL always can be denendecl up- on to provide an entertainment in which the elements of romance and adveulurp arn foremost. In his new- est screen effort. "TLo Silent MaiV sliown at Starland oit Wednesday and Thursday admirers of this foremost delineator of western characters ivill find him iii a Felling rich op-' portunity for the display ot his excep- tional talent. r "Tlie Silept Man" Hart in Iho character of a miner' ivliw has. struck "pay dirt" and who has coma into a small fcordcr town'for the pur- pose of registcling his claim.. Just hoiv the ihinct is robbed of his' mine' through the convenience of a govern- ment clerk, and how he regains pos- session of Iifs property and Incidental- ly wins the heart and liatid of a very tliarpiing and pretty young girl, are interestingly shown during the unfold- ing of ili'o story.' "The Silent .Mafi" Hart lias the assistance -of a company of skilled ticretrii -players, heaileil by that beau- tiful young actress, Vola Vale. AT THE MAJESTIC The bis-patriotic spectacle, 4'Joan of in which the ever po- pulur comedienne, Mabel Xormand, assmnes tlic title role, was shown fo_r the IlrsL time at the Majestlb last uight. It Is an unusual production, one 'tbat cannot fail to strongly im- press the onlooker. It wiJI he the at- traction at the Majestic again tonight ami Wednesday night. Daughter of the the story of a Hawaiian buUerfly, vrill he the attraction al the Majestic on Thurs- TO-NIGHT The' Newest the Girl v Who Never. Disappoints PRESENTS MABEL NORMAND (N f "Joan of By Porter Emerson Browne The, Screen's First Big Vitriolic Comedy Drama ONCE NIGHTLY AT V PRICES: Entire Balcony 25c Entire Main Floor 35c We Pay the Tax f day and FriJay ntghtfi this week, with a -maiinee on Friday after- noon (Victurln Hay.I This play Is of I {i type similar to the famous "Bird o{ anil it is said to bo one ot the' most gorgeously staged pi-oduc- tlons seen on the popular priced cir- cuit. It will lie presented by a capa- ble company including Tymers, Jamea A. Uliss, Rlos- ser Jennings. Jrau Clareadon, Virgin- ia Stuart anii'I.cah II. Hatch. United states military people, a Harvard man. 5 girl who is'dErec! from' Hroadwajs HawalJans and a Japanese aVo conceraed in the compli- cations involving' who has the' descriptive ol "A Daughter ol the A gronp of Hawaiian sing' crs antl dancers contributed a plctuv- clement in the personell the comiiauy, and In thtj fascinating, songs and lerpsichoreau evolution a or their native land they contribute this absorhing ploy the requisite at- niOEphcre, I! yoir want health you can have it, by heeding Nature's laws. Keep the stomach strong, the liver active, the blood pure, and. the bowels regular, and you will seldom be ill. Take good care of these organs, and at the first sign of anything take Beecham's you certainly need the help and. relief of this world-famed remedy7to keep the health: They quickly establish nor- mal conditions, so the organs perform their functions as Nature intended. No other remedy will so surely. t strengthen the system, stimulate the liver, regulate the bowels and quickly improve the general health as WoHIi a Guiiita a i ty ThetDtlB eecfoia, St. Yonv loved ones will'apppreciate your photo, more than anything else. It will be a good like you let us make it. BALMORAL BLOCK love Thief PPRESS "The Pridfrof New York" _ _ _ _ TONIGHT A Special Feature in Seven Act's. Also Plenty of Comedy and Current Events. AND "ARE WAITRESSES TW6.HEEL COMEDY i WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, WM. S. HART "THE SILENT MAN" AN ARTORAFT ALSO PLENTY Or COMEDY AND SCREEN TEUHI3RAM." I .Partake of By the South Seas, of Sip "Aya" Under a Canopy of Hawaiian Stars. 2.-Nights', Starting THURSDAY MAT. FRIDAY f- lay 23 The Lazy Joy Its Sensuous Sunshine, That Steals Into: Your .Brains. THE GREATEST OF ALL HAWAIl'Atf MUSlOAt' COMEOY-ORAMAS PRESENTED 'WITH'AN STRONG COMPANY, INCLUD- ING NATIVE UKULELE PLAYERS, SINSF.P.S AND DANCERS, ONE OF THE MOST PRETENTIOUS OFFERINGS THE SEASON. United Producing Co., Ltd., and Ed, W. Rowland Offer the Massive Scenic Spectacle of Romance and Intrigue The Ukulele Players Sitig Their Songs of the? A DAUGHTER OF 5UN Tut. HjVWAHAN BUTTERFLY S-E-E The Sacred Hula Danc- er from Haleokeola Hawaii! A PLAY OF LOVE AND BEAUTY AS FASCINATING OF PARADISE" A Series of Realistic Scenes of Starillna.tovelintss, Gorgeous Costumes, and Siirprlilna Eltctflcal Effects, Not a, Moving Pielu're. A Love .Story Set to Music, Sweet and Sad, the Flowery Islands and Refreshing at the Breezes That Whip the Palms of That Romantic Shore. If You Want Sunshine, Love and Sde This Positive Novelty. 10 A W, EVENING PRICES. 50c, 75c, 00, MATINEE 50c, 76e, }I.OO ;