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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 191S fHR LETHBRtDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVR When the War Ends there will be many opportunities during the reconstruction But they will need A little ready rfioney to swing The question ypu willing to save money to grasp the opportunity then to let us help you to Interest paid every six PMriup Capital Reserve Punil Carmen Refuae to More Men Quit Work Today THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA KING Manager Branch LETHBRIDGE USERS SECURE INSTANT BENEFIT Simple buckthorn as mixed in Artlcrlka flushes the KNTIKE bowel tract so completely that it relieves ANY CASE sour nas or constipation and pre vents Adlerlka removes foul matter which has been poison ing for months and which you never thought was in your The IN pleasant action surprises both doctors and Higinboth nm May refusal of one half of the Canadian Pacific Hall way this morning to worlt on a strike call was the first rebuff the strike leaders with from th labor Including Canadian Northern ahout nine hundred men quit work and there are now approximately i workers Idle In Winnipeg today as the j result of the The business of the city Is handicapped by mi entire lack of street and a limited tele phone a volunteer fire brlg ade nnd a number of public utilities I operated with new while no garbage has been collected in Winni peg tor two Private businesses also are short Nearing An End May tho con ference between the city council and the strike mediators appointed by the Federal Senator Robert son and David was adjourn Hd at 2 It was generally felt among the lenders on both sides of the dispute that the Winnipeg strlko is nearing an All parties are now agreed on the principle of conciliation before a strike Is The men say the most vital principle I is their right to strike and the right to call sympathetic The city council has agreed thnt the only ex ception In which they disclaim the right to strike was the The right of firemen to go out on sym pathetic strike is now the only point at issue in the The men meet at 4 today and appeal will be submitted to them to limit the ques tions on which firemen may strike to more drastic principles than those of wages or working list of unions strike published today makes the total number of workers involved inthe strike ROYAL YEAST for ever quarter taind with Royal Will HMD flrtitl IMMt than that I wHh any M ftii euppiy oan aMliy to at and the last Met M mxfci EWGHJLETT COMPANY LIMITED May the opening of todays discussion arose on the report of tho pensions com Rowell moved that tho report be commended to the consideration of tho nnd afterwards outlined the powers of the pension Howell then reviewed tho re commendations of he committee Vancouver said hla view wan thnt the granting of a pension to Colonel was clear evidence that the method of administeringthe pension law in Can ada was entirely unfair to the rank and Here Stevens cued two One was that of i man in the north j made as the result of the evidence of country who walked Hid miles to en witnesses and deliberations of the list went fuilferad from 1 in present When lie referred to the provision that the previous occupation of a sol dier should not be taken into con sideration in connection with the get shell wounded and turned with lung re He received a of sun a The other that ol Colonel was awarded a pension of of a of HOO a He claimed that protes asked If lf not supj sional men such as posed to consider tho physical conbankera and prior to enlist ditlon of a man previous to his enment were not physically fit to earn soldier livings in He said Unit If a passed the examination he had a i right to assume that he was in per I feet physical Scale In noting that the recommendations of the committee do not include any the labor market but their ability to do this was con sidered when awarded their He claimed this system was a long way from being Lower Age of discussion was discontinued and the House considered the am ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Companys 270 Main Winnipeg CHICAGO GOES WILD OVER A Sensational Expose of the Private Life of The Kaiser Mad Dog of IT MUST BE GOOD IF THEY ALL SAY SO THE KAISER is well worth a trip to the Louellti Parsons in The Herald You aro recommended to see Mao Tlnee in The It is a patriotic duty to see Kitty Kelly in The It is recommended as being by many degrees tho best enter of this Hollander in The The finale fadeout puts tho mind in a frame that alls right with tho Uob Reel in The 3 DAYS STARTING MAY 3Oth EMPRESS Last Time Tonight Hart commlttefi on tho bill respecting Iioiinllea on tlin zinc jirodurcd from zinc oro mines IA Kootonny thought that assistance should ho en nitlinr than have the zinc mucllcra closed The price of zinc hart greatly H would tin a slmmn if this industry should IKfore od to discontinue in the Frank dcclarnd his opposition to the bounties of this MacLean explained that the fompany manufacturing grartn which would benefit by this bounty liad been Induced to lake the industry by the British and Canadian They hart invested over two million dollars in installing their and had produc ed a great deal of zinc for Great Brit ain and When the latter country stopped fightiiiK the company one of llieir big Following this Great Britain for reasons of htiil started purchasing her zinc In the United Thus both markets were lost to the They could not compete with companies manufac turing lower grade zinc without finan cial Martin Burrell stated that tre mendous need for slnc had caused the company to enter into its manu Great Britain has later been forced to purchase this product In the United Sir Snm Hughes Is the reason why the British government cannot buy Canadian zinc that the head of the Imperial Munitions Board refuses to pay Victory Loan money for and what was this money spent noth ing hut beef and The house expects to prorogue to THE NEW GOTHA French Army via Renters Ottawa Following are the particulars of the new giant Gotha bombing plane which the ciermans have employed in their latest night raids over Prance and England It a wing spread of forty metres is driven by three motors each of three hundred horse change in the scale of pens endmenta mado senate o Ule Rowell quoted comparative figures to act tor to the show that the scale for total code Dohertv bility in Canada is higher than in any stated that accept the lower nml accommodates nine pas other country at war nmendmcnt of b but on raids the crew num Sir Sam Hughes asked if Canadians u h d the bm fighting in the imperial army wu Use Bensons for Custards Bensons will give the best BENSONS CORN STARCH Nameless even tjiough lower in are more expensive in the Always order by WRITE FOR FREE COOK 6 THE CANADA STARCH AT THE MAJESTIC Patrons of the Theatre will linvc an opportunity tonight and twice Friday of seeing for the first time hern A Daughter of the which tells n powerful story of in trlguo and Tlfe scenes arc laid in Hie Hawaiian and the scenic and lighting effects are et a The atmos phere of the famous islands Is re produced with and a delight ful musical setting is furnished by genuine Hawaiians who appear in the native Bongs and hula The of twentyfive people is a meri torious djio and the performance is characterized by finished acting which adds to the AT THE EMPRESS From shyster lawyer to an upright justice of the Supreme the of New is the career of tho iiero of Hie Robe of from the pen of IDthel and James Dor which will mark the debut of Henry Walthall aa a star in Par alta ami which will be shown at the Empress Theatre tonight for the last The story is full of re velations and carries its auditors into the lower reaches of the I the doors the lights turned llgnung in me imperial ai my were of TUe not provided for under the Canadian senate considering the bill iower od the age of cogent from 18 IN THE SILENT MAN COMEDY AND SCREEN TELEGRAM The president of the council rc 1 lied that the men came under the I British The committee felt strongly on this point and were of the opinion a committee should formed to consider the matter in Duncan Ross urged tho acceptance of the committees Respecting of pensions for officers and while personally in favor of were a pension law being he thought it would not be fair to the officers who had already gone over seas Friday and Saturday PATHE PRESENTS VERNON CASTLE IN in Arcady SPECIAL COMEDIES QRPHEUM TOMORROW Prices cw N in Behind the Screen A JReel Laugh Producer and CARMEL MYERS The Wine A big saow for the There will be a matinee both Friday aud Children 5 EMPRESS Tonight Only DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Charles Chaplin in a 2Act in Behind the Screen Alto HENRY in His Robe of Honor TOMORROW SPECIAL HOLIDAY PROGRAM Douglas Fairbanks in Habit of Happiness A Kpleudld holiday Also Miss OHara who wlllrendj er special songs for the occas This week completes Miss OHaiVs Special Matinee Friday rj and dC MAJESTIC AND FRIDAY AT AND VICTORIA DAY Have you ever partaken of fanned by the soft breezes of the South or sipped ava under a canopy of Hawaiian stars have a treat in store See A MASSIVE sckmc SPECTACLE A DAUGHTER OF THE SUN A PLAY OF LOVE and BEAJJTY Tho Story pf an HAWAIIAN BUTTERFLY By Lorln Howard and Ralph Ketterlng NOT A MOVING PICTURE Native Ukulele Hula Dancers and Cast of Twentyfive Victoria Day rVl as provided by tho House of Com to This was the age in force N6t This Amendments made to the act am ending the Railway Act were ac Sir Foster then stated that the bill to consolidate and am end the Railway Act would not be proceeded with this session and moved thaLjt discharged from tho order This was done without Sir George said the bill would be will A Just before adjournment for Sir Wilfrid Laurier divided the House on the War Times Election His motion came as complete and created considerable ex The bill under discussion was one to amend the War Times Election Act in regard to the delay between nomination day and voting Under the old election law the delay was one The war Times Election Act extended this day to one The bill before the House sought to mnore the old delay and its second reading had been moved by seconded by Do Sir Wilfrid Lkurier declared that he did not think the j Election Act should It should be abolished Wanted It Sir Wilfrid nfoved amendment to the motion for second reading that in the opinion of This House the War Times Klection Act should be The amendment defeated 74 to a Government majority of Fielding wate the only Unionist to vote for the The Houso went into committee on the Jacques Bureau moved an amendment to the effect that a clause should be inserted in order to vali date the election of Stewart In This was Following lunch recess committee stage in bill to amend the War Times Election Act was completed the bill read a third The house subsequently went into bcrs five or six in order to carry more bombs and carries about two tons of bombs including one of about a ton containing SSft kilos of Owing to the dif ficulty of landing at night with ma chines of snob it is probable there will be high proportion of losses through The Habit of Happiness at the Empress for the holiday is a physcho logical touch of melo and deals witli red blooded whose self appointed mission in life Is to majcs downliearted people Ills op views of life are welcomed by a number of men whom bo selects from H New York bread line wOiilg conducting one of bis social his father expects to come of his peculiar A crabbed old mllionaire Fairbanks cure for the ancj tbe smiledoctor meets his tractive An abduction o his prospective fatherinlaw is ing planned by a group of Wall Street men who want to get tho okj man out of town BO they can swing a business Fairbanks learns oj I he routs the anri suffers personal For his re ward the girls father accepts him his soninlaw and business The the Beast o has been booked for next week It This is the pbotojilaj sensation whfch blocked traffic on Broadway while hundreds tj get into the theatre to see It it the same great feature which New York audiences stand up and cheer madly during its The following are a few press corru ments on The the Beast o A remarkable and wonderful proi Worked the audience intcf tremendous pitch of New York Polite playgoers became an York Pictorial Yorl Carters Little Liver Pills You Cannot be Constipated and Happy Smill Pill Smiill Dote Small Price A Remedy That Makes Life Worth Living Genuine bears BARTERS IRON PILLS many colorless faces but will greatly help most palefaced people Health Triumphs over disease every time you use Lifebuoy For its mild healing and cleansing oils are charged with cleansing properties thit make it timply HEALTH Mild and piire enough for Bibyc emi nently fuitible for The antiseptic odor vanishes quickly after Lever Limited TORONTO At all Grtciri 172 I Laugh When People Feet Try this yourself then ptti it along to It works Ouch This kjnd of rough tulk will be heard less herein town it people troubled with corns the simple advice of this Cincinnati who claims that a few drops of a drug called freezone when applied to a aching corn stops soreness at and soon the corn up j uml lifts right out without He says freezone is an pound which dries immediately and never inflames Or oven irritates the surrounding or A quart er of an ounce of freezone will very little at any drug isj sufficient to remove every hftld orl soft corn or callus from onefs Millions of Americanwomen will this announcement since the ni auenratlim of the high AssociationhictionSale OF 208 BULLS 22 Aberdeen 57 2 Red 127 Shorthorns At May SPECIAL SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS FOR SEND FOR LIVE STOCK Black Kid Pumps and Oxfords in Classic and American Beauty Regular tines for These are wonderfully good Ease those tired aching feet with Scholls We have SHERLOCK BLOCK THIRD A SEVENTH ;