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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THTTBSDAY, MAY 23, 191S rHE- LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE When the War Ends ihere will be many opportunities during the recor^truction period. But they will need a little ready rfioney to " swing them." The question is-arc ypu willing to save money now to grasp the opportunity then? Decide, now, to let us help you to save. Interest paid every six months. Pnl.l-up Ciiplliil  I 0,500.000 Kr^crve Puril , - U.OOO.OOO ^'.esourcM - - 130,000,000 WlilPEGSMERS GET A RUDE JOLT Carmen Refuse to Strike-900 More Men Quit Work Today LETHBRIDGE USERS SECURE INSTANT BENEFIT Simple biiclUhoni bnrk, � Rlyccrlne. otc. iiH iiilxiHl ill Adlcr-i ka fliiHlios the K.N'TlltK howol tract so (ompletrice of zinc had greatly decreased. It would be a shami^ if this industry should be forced lo discontinuo in the west. l'"rank S. Cahlll. Pontine, declared his opposition lo thci l)ounties of this kind. Hon. A. K. Macl..enn explained that the ciimpany manufacturing high gr.ide zliK'. wliicli would benefit by lliis bounty had been Induced lo lake up tlie industry by the Hrltish and Canadian governiiK'nts. They li.id invested over two million dollar.-i in Installing their plant and had jiroduc-ed a great deal ot zinc for Creat (Irit-aln and Tlussla. Wlien the latter country slopped fighting the company lost one of their big markets. Following this (ireat I'.rltain for reasons of crcnilt, had starteil purchasing her zinc in' the ITulted Slates. Thus both markets were lost to liie company. They could not compete with companies mauutac-luring lower grade zinc without tinan-ciai assistance. Hon. ^Martin Hurroll stated that tremendous need tor zinc had caused llie company to enter into its manufacture. Great Britain has later been forced to purchase this prodtict in the United Htates. Sir Sam Hughes: "Is the reason why the Hnlish government cannot buy Canadian zinc that the head of tho Imperial Munitions Hoard refuse.i to pay Victory Loan money for it, and what was this money sjient on, nothing but beef and bacon." The house (!.\pects to prorogue tonight. Use Benson's for Custards Benson's will give the best results. iON STARCH ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agenta or_ Company's Office, 270 Main St., WInnlpoa. CHICAGO GOES WILD OVER Last Time Tonight Wm. S. Hart IN "THE SILENT MAN" COMEDY ANO SCREEN TELEGRAM of the ooniinittce do not include any ; ^^n,, i,,^ ^^^^^^^ ron.^idered the am-change in the ''f,P�n^.;�''>^- ^V: : endmonts made by the senate to the Howell quoted comparative tiguros to providing for amendments to the! show thai the scale for total disa-,^,l,4jjj, ^, Dohertv ^ bl lly m Canada is higher than In any ^ ,^,,,,,| , other count i-y at war ; amendment of llie niiper house, but! Sir Sam Hughes aslccd h Canadians ,^ j^.^i eliminated tinii, the bill one 1 fighting In the Imperial army were ,f imporhmi icalures. The I not provided tor under the Canadian ,p,,tg; c,onMiday aud Saturday. Children 5 cent!. Tonight Only DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Charles Chaplin In a 2-Act Howl, in i 'Behind the Screen' Also HENRY B, WALTHALL, in 'His Robe of Honor' TOMORROW SPECIAL , HOLIDAY PROGRAM Uougias Fairbanks in "Habit of Happiness" A i^pleudid holldey feature.; AJeo-Miss O'Hara -who ivHl-rendf er special songs tor the occasion. This'week coihpletes Mlsa O'-Hura's ongageniont. Speclol ' Matinee Friday j* and Saturday, KIda ,.; ... OC MAJESTIC TONIGHT, 8.30 AND FRIDAY AT 2.30 AND 8.30 (VICTORIA DAY) "Htivo you ever partaken ot poi, fanned by the soft breezes of the South Seas, or sipped ava under a canopy ot Hawaiian stars?" -It not-you have a treat in store! Sqe A MASSIVE SckNIC SPECTACLE A_ DAUGHTER OF THE SUN A PLAY OF LOVE and BEAiJTY Tho Story pt an HAWAIIAN nUTTERFLY By LcrIn J. Howard and Ralph T. Kettering NOT A MOVING PICTURE Native Ukulele Players, Hula Dancers and Cast of Twenty-five PRICES.. 50c, yBc.'^-II.OO, $1.50 Victoria Day Mat.: 50c, 75c, tVI end the Railway .\i i would not be proceeded with this session and moved tliaL.jt be ili.siharged from the order paiier. Thi,- was done v.-itlioul discussion. Sir George R.iid rlie bill would be proceeded, willi neSt'session. ' A Division, fust before adjournment for lunch, Sir Wilfrid Laiirier divided the l-louso on the War Times Election Act. His motion came as a complete .gurprise and created considerable cx-j citement. Tho bill under discussion I was one to amend tlie War Times j Mectlon Act in regnr(\ lo the delay j between iinniination day and voting j day. taidor the old election law the j delay was one week. Tlie \Yar Times Election .\c! c'.vtended this day to one niontli. Tlie bill before the House sought lo rciUore the old delay aud its second reading had been moved by .Mr. Carvell, seconded by Mr. Do-lierty. Sir AVilfrid Lkurier declared that he did not think the �War .Times Election Act should be, amended. It should be abolished altogether. Wanted It Repealed. Sir Wilfrid moved in amendment to the motion tor second reading that "In the opinion of This House the War Tiiucs Election Act should be repealed." The amendment was defeated 74 lo 53, li Government'majority ot 21. Hon. W. S. Fielding wae the only Unionist to vote for the ainendmeut. Tho Hoiwe went into committee on the bill. Jacques Bureau moved an amendment to the effect that a clause should be inserted in order to validate the election of Mr. Stewart in Lanark. This was defeated. Following lunch recess committee stage in bill to amend the War Times Election Act was completed and.the bill read a third time. Tho lioHso subsequently went into Health Triumphs over disease every time you use Lifebuoy Soap, For its mild healing and cleansing oils are charged with oleaasing properties that make it simply invaluable. Carter's Little Liver Fills You Cannot be Constipated and Happy Sm>Il Pill Smull Doie Small Price A Remedy That Makes Life Worth Living Genuine bears slsnaluro ^BSENCE of Iron In the Blood is the reason for (PARTER'S IRON PILLS many colorles.s faces but will greatly help most pale-faced people HEALTH Mild and pure enough for Baby's skin-therefore eminently suitable for yours. The' mild, antiseptic odor vanishes quickly after use. ^ Lever Brothers Limited ( TOROIiTO Laugh When People Step OnYour Feet Try this yourself then pua It along to others. It v/orkal Ouch ! ?,! ? ! ! This k^nd otrough talk will be' hoard less hero' in town it people troubled with corns will.follow tho simple advice of this Cincinnati authority, who claims that a few drops of a drug called freezone .when applied to a tender, aching corn stops soroness at once, aud soon the corn dries up and lifts.right out without pain.':' He says freozono is an other �com-, pound which dries Immodlatelyi and | neverV inflames or oven irritates the, surrpijndlng tissue, or skin, A . nuart-, er of an ounce ot freozono will coat,., very little at any drug store, ]^ut Is j sufficient to reinovo every hard or soft corn or callus from otiofs' feet. Millions of .Ainerlcan"^ women will welcome this nnnoiin'c^menl since the In-aui'iiratlou 6r the high heols.-Advt. AssociationAuGtionOale OF 208 BULLS 22 Aberdeen Ang\u, 57 Hereiords, 2 Red Polled, 127 Shorthorns At Lacombe, May 29th,'18 SPECIAL SHIPPING AFtRANQEMENTS FOR PURCHASERS. SEND FOR CATALOGUE, :i: � E.L. RICHARDfiON, SECRETARY, ' .ALBERTA LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATIONS, CALCiARY. !Patent, Black Kid Pumps and Oxfords in Classic and American Beauty makes. Regular $5.00 lines for These are wonderfully good value. Ease those tired aching feet with Dr. SchoU's Appliances. We have them. SHERLOCK BLOCK COR. THIRD AVE. & SEVENTH ST. 8. 383399 ;