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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta May was a se quel In the WOUHQ this morning to yes terdays decision on the Yukon elec tion Tho Solicitor General in troduced a bill for extending in the case of the Yukon the per iod In which a petition may no filed by forty dkys after the general re turning officer had made Ills The bill provides also that the sol diers votes cast shall be notwithstanding thetime when they were The Minister of Justice presented a bill enablingbanks to close at Instead of oclock In the On the Af I Murphy referred to the reply given by Sir Robert Uordon to the farmers delegation last week in respect to Murphy know itit was true that an arrangement hud been made under which bank clerks of and 21 liable to report In and had been granted exemption lo January and whether the reuson given1 for tho exemption was that Iho clerks would be required to help In the next Victory Sir George Foster replied that Minister of Militia was not present In tho House tt tho moment and pro mined to confer with him on the matter during the Another Sir WilfrldLaurler again drew the attention of the Government the men who are being called from tho farms In parts of Quebec and the Maritime Provinces to report per sonally for duty at the time when they were most needed tor Beetling Sir Wilfrid in some case the In order to report In person had to make a return journey of four Ho suggested that reporting 1 person In such cases should bo ob Sir George Foster promised to bring this matter also to tho atton lion ot tho Minister of Wants a Sir Wilfrid Laurler also brough UP the point that Richardson di not vote In tho last a though present when the division wa taken on the subamendment SI Corn Frowns Vanish in a Moment H ERE is a fact which millions It is so simple that it makes a corn You can stop any corn pain in a and stop it for You can end any corn quickly and end it You can do this without any without any with out any So corns are utterly unneces And folks who have them nowadays do You can prove these facts on any corn by applying a Bluejay The pain will stop nv v Then a bit ofc red cen tered on the will gently undermine In two usu thewbple corn An occasional corn needs a sec ond This is scientific in vented by a famous It is simple and yet The whole effect is centeved on the so it doesnt to To pare a corn for brief re ten times longer than to apply a Try Bluejay on one See how promptly yon forget it see how soon it Then remember that every corn right at the be ended in like You should never for a moment suffer Prove this BAUER of Surgical Nw Corn Plasters Stop Pain End Corns Largo Pockogs 25c at Druggists Package Discontinued 9301 RTHUR HAYR LETHBRIDGE BOX 275 PHONE 676 lobert to the motion on Sir Wllfrfd nshod for a ruHng nd after quoting an author that the rule was specific that numbers should Speaker Rhodes said that In Hie hort space of time since the division ast night ho had not hnd an unity of reaching a consider od decision on the He take the earliest opportnn ty ot consulting tho authorities and ot advising the House Winnipeg Charles Murphy asked whether here was to report on the strike situation in Mr Ornthers said he had nothing further than was contained In the atist news Ho hoped to bo ahle to report favorably before Abuse of MoMiistcr drew attention to an abuse of the antiloaflnp order In council ho was taking place In The Montreal po ho had arrested a num ber of returned soldiers because they were McMuster said that thfiso men were entitled to a few idleness after their return from the Doherty said very regrettable If mistalres of thin kind had wished to point out that tho enforcement of the law rested tho provinces and If it was not being properly the attention of these should bo drawn to tho fact in order lhat they might deal with j Regarding Colonel in asking whether tho Government had under consideration modification of tho order In council through which all young farmers are called upon to re port for declared mem bers wore receiving from all partfe ot the country asking that pressure be made on the Govern he fanners think that the Government is con templtttlng such a Sir George Foster replied that just as soon as an answer to the question could be given it would be announced to the Tho matter was under A private bill to incorporate the United Canadian Insurance Com of aroused opposi tionin XSir Sam Hughes said tho original promoters of bill were a firm of lawyers In At the last mln a number of men in who had not had time to writein their but had telegraphed were anxious to be placed in as its Sir Sam remarked that the thing looked on the of and charters had been hawked aremud for Meighen said he had given no personal attention to the been by officers of the department that there was nothing objectionable in The bill was reported and read a third DI 4 DANGER DECRKASED BIG SAYSDJARWl HonDuncan minister of min ister ot public mid Cur lyjp superintendent or demonstration arrived in thn this morn ing from Medicine proceeding north this While In the city Marshall WHS doing some business In connection with the proposed demonstration farm Ray but had no announcement to To the Herald In dismissing the Marshall stated that there was an immense area seeded this which is in the bust of condi he did not like tho frosts in some him cut the young plants back throe How with good the crop outlook is the very The nre doing an immense said Marshall They are keeping oil Iho machinery and they are helping to keep farm labor where it wil do the most I understand Mr the local has startec over 25 tractors which worn lying idle in the fields this not work ing for want some expert attention Tiie agents all through the province are doing such The party left this to Nobleford by auto wherethey visit ed the famous Noble farm before pro ceedlng May from submarines has de rreasort to sunn an that tho bureau of war risk Insur ance has recommended a de duction from to per one thousand the In surance rale on lives of offic ers and crews of merchant ves sels passing through tho war This is in line with the recent lowering of marine in surance rates on vessels nnd cargoes from throe lo four per WAIOFFENSIVE But Ludendorff Promised De feat pi the Allies By May French testl entente tames expressed sympathy with the rtotlon but thought fhat It was a mat er which possibly required more con sideration than the lateness of the session Senator Dennis expressed satisfncv tlfm the support being given his proposal and withdrew his Armand Lalomln wan convlicted Montreal of having defrauded tho bank Of HochelHgn out of he obtained from Hie bank on false statements of of car tridge cases which Ihe of mien were making for the imperial munitions May at a mass meeting last night protested vig orously what was claimed to e an unauthprized action on the part of the It was stated that on assumption that Italy had enter ed into a manpower agreement with Great the authorities were rounding up young under the Military While maintain ing that they were ready to go to fighltif the law demanded them the Kalians did not to be taken be fore that About 200 men were May Dennis motion calling for the abolition of the senate Hansard was today After Senator Cloran had offered briefopposition to the Sir James government leader suggested that owing to the lateness of the the motion should be withdrawn until next Sir and was replaced last Septenlber by Von Von Valentinis remova was hailed by the panGerman news papers as a triumph for their cause SAYSEFFOR1S L PEACE lch Army in s captured by the the brilliant workof d who the prisoners the Germans no expressed regarding future operattohs by allied airmen on the Rhine they believe wailllie idUTin Tho Germans de clare their antiaircraft defenses are insufficient to prevent allies visit ing either dayw night the Teuton depots and air dromes they enormous damage already has been Other prisoners assnrt that Emperor William henitatajfa long before starling the that General voh LttdendorTf obtain ed the upper hand by promising to force apeace by beating the allies by The crown with the military caste in they ucceeded in ejecting Rudolph Vori from power after he had redicted a catastrophe for the Ger man Von Valentin was chief if Emperor Williams civil cabinet May Breslau news 1 paper as quoted in a Copenhagen despatch to the Daily says Von Seydlor made a visit to Prague and northern Bohem ia and in addressing striking miners asserted that the efforts for general peace which he said Emperor Charles was carrying forward incessantly was not so hopeless as mauy persons Reason for Martial Law May official Austrian note cabled from Berne throws light on motives which im pelled the Austrian government to de clare martial law in The note says Certain which were a dang er to the safety of the state and pre sented oven a characterof high treas took pltree during the first days of the GOth anniversary celebration of the founding of the Notional Bpliemlan Theatre and led the authorities to take repressive Swiss explain that this alludes to a proclamation of the police posted in Praguewhich declar ed tfiat mob gatherings and proces sions would be dispersed by force if May wan named aged appeared in the police court this morning charget with writing a seditiously scandalous libel on Premier the Canadian government and Premier Lloyd George1 of Great He was remanded tor ball beingplaced at The action was taken at the Instlga tlon the department of Justice a The letter on which the charge Is based is a lengthy one anc contains many allegations against th government and the Canadian array and It was signed In telligence The accused Is an Irishman andhas beei in Canada several He lias chiefly been employed as an enginee in logging 4 4 4 4 4 44 WERE KILLED ualtics in are given utatcment fortyfour May The Sunday nights raid in A supplementary issued today as killed and 170 in 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PILLS LOGICAL Treatment for Constant Urinary and all Kidney and Bladder To the Ladies of One More Day SATURDY MAY V FROM TO A Carnival of Bargains ON THE BALANCE OF THE Royal Store Stock This will be the final windup on this stock dhd if you have not already taken advantage of the MARVELLOUS BARGAINS You should certainly seize this final The prices will be slashed to pieces as it is the intention to CLEAN UP It will pay you to buy your Pall Coat at thjs sale and put A to one Just a few suits left at prices too ridlcvA ously low to Beautiful Evening the values ot which cannot pressed in cold Come and see for Pcrrins FrenchKid Kayser Gloves ami SterHng Silks and Rain Coats far removed from Saturday Morning at 10 oclock Take in these Two Big Events SaWday Close Out Sale of the Royal StoreStock andGreen fields Furniture in the Do minion two adjoining FRANK WADDING10N AUCTIONEER THE GERHARD HtlNTZMAN Plays all Makes of the Phonograph Built by Pianq Craftsmen y From Piano NEW Phonograph Founded upon a Half Centurys Musical Not for has there emerged striking or important an announcement as this of the Ilointzman Gerhard Heinfzmarf Player Pianos Gerhard Heintzmap Pianos Gerhard Heintzman Phonographs SherlockManning Pianos Sherlockbanning Player of tonal values of is just such a phonograph as you would expect this old music to It is just such a phonograph as ovary refined musicsense Mirrors the Supreme of Canadas Greatest A Giant Stride in Producing Phonograph Tone Piano Genius Plays all makes of Needle or Jewel All the worlds supreme musiciansand artists at your Each Cabinet Hand Beautiful as Piano Craftsmen Can Make Gerhard Heintzman Piano Store 414 5th Street South 1st Door North Orpheum Theatre ;