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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY THE LfcTHBRlDGE DAILY HRHALD PAGE CONSI PVI LV C tATS DSRT A tor damages was returned today by in the suit of Tolton of against Annnblo of the same for dam ages for injuries he suffered when Annables car ran him down on the street one day last The case created considerable interest in In summing up the evidence His Lord Ship1 enunciated the principle that pedestrians on the stroet have ttie right of way over vehicles on and are quite at liberty to stop and chat to a friend shpukl they no desiru to It is the duty of the driver of a vehicle to see that they are given protection within In the Tolton Amiable came in hia yelled at the plain tiff and his friend to clear the They failed to hear him with the re sult that Tolton was knocked down and his arm May long range bombardment of Purls hy the Hermans Was resumed thin An official explanation was Issued today by tHe Freticu as to why it cannot makemore than the scantiest regarding the regions suffering front tho bombard ment of the long rangrt its says the the government keeps the public absolutely tip 16 date on military operations and their develop mentsTAs to the bombardment of the Paris this cannot be Though It is permissible to indi cate the positions where we are In contact with the enemy ft would be a veritable crime to permit the Oer liians by itleans of details furnished by to rectify in tho least the ac curary of their It is therefore forbidden announce wherethe bom bardments It is in the interest of the population itself that this good measure Hy a vote of 24 to 8 the annual meeting of Reglna district Methodists comprising ministers and represen tative laymen from the con gregations In the placed it Belt on record as being in favor of the removal of the lime limit of the pastoral This is regarded as situation in view of the fact that the vote of the quarterly otflclal boards throughout the dis trict was practically jiist as unani mously opposed to any changes iu the time THE CANADIAN SALT UMITIO WARM WEATHER ALL THAT IS NEEDED May news from every source within the last wefk or HO has indi cated that warm weather was needed to give Western Canadas crop a promising be The forecast from the weather bureau today is for fine and warm weather over tho entire Temperatures are The cold winds which have swept Manitoba for weeks are absent NEW RATES APPLY TO WHEAT May Important point arising from the recent Increase in railway freight rates lias beeh de elded hy the board of railway commis The new rates came into ef fect on March 35 and the ruling of the board was asked on tho question whether flour and grain products milled at a point in transmit should be carried to destinationat the rate which obtained when the original shipment of the grain was plus the one cent charged for stopover or whether the flour or oth er grain products ought to move at the through rates obtaining at the time the transportation of the flour or grain products take In his the chief commission cr expresses the opinion all coarse grain which moved from point of origin prior to March 15 ought to move forward if shipped in the six months period from the milling point umfer the tariff regulations then in This would mean that milled products would go forward at the balance of rate existing at the time or the original iu connection with nil wheat which was shipped prior to March 15 will move at the wheat rates at the time of the orig inal were and still are ap all wheat originally ship ped on and after March 15 and for warded from milling points to destto latlon before June 1 will also be taken TO destination on the old through rate which was originally shipped on and March but which has not Been forwarded from the milling point before June when the Higher wheat rates info ef will move to destination at the remainder of the through rate ap plicable at that when the orlg inal shipment has been made by a company whose tariffs express the millingintransit as subject the balance of the effective on date of BRITISH TROOPS CROSSING THE RIVER on their way to the front in the great Hero in Canada the stream would not be considered much of a How Blue Ends Corns B C is a soft pad which stops the pain by relieving the is the which gently undermines the Usually it takes only 48 hours to end the corn is rubber which sticks without It wraps around the toe and makes the plaster snug and Bluejay is applied in a After one doesnt feel the The action is and applied to the corn So the corn disappears without sore Your Corn Cant Resist Bluejay Bluejay U the gentle Relief U then the corn comet out in 48 The little spot of medicated wax covcia only the corn It is the clean Harsh liquids are mutiny and Paring might bring Millions of people have used Bluejay for At the slightest appeuiancc of corn they put on Bluejay One plaster is usually sufficient once in while an stub born cornrequires a Try the Bluejay way It means freedom forever from aching Bluejay Plasters at per Also Bluejay Bunion BAUER Surgicml Chicafo NawYark Bluejay Cora Platters Stop Pain Cornt Cttmpktoly package 25c at Small package SOLDIERS HELP TO BREAK STRIKE May wait and see policy has been adopted b organized labor pending the develop ment of something tangible from the conference that has been initiated since the arrival of Senator Robert son the Ogden Point Assembly ing plant is doing business with a crip pled A number of returned sol diers and others today augmented the force that remained at Over one hundred men are now said to be working at the assembly plant and the number is being gradually in I Before Justice Scott in Supreme Court this attonioDii the case of Ibey Burton was This ia a jury and jury empannelled is composed of Car Carlylo and This case is tho echo of a former case in Supreme Court which arose of a business transaction in The variety store partnership of Ivey and Burton was Ibey claims it was agreed at time that Burton should not start a similar store within A year in and that the agreement was Har ris and Palmer for the plaintiff and Bell and Cameron for the Barney of Buffalo not far from had his face and head severely cut in an accident with a team ho was using on a Thompson wus caught and dragged by hi drill for a considerable 113 AT WORK May told there are 113 men at work at the snipyarda here being men who refused to go on Returned soldiery Who are beiijg registered today 4 for employment in the ship 9 yards are expected to be placed ai work tomorrow SITU w FLANDERS British Headquarters In May Rout Ottawa Agen the butiin of Flanders died clown last the situation on thn right and centre of tlm front remained practically ns North between and DlrVc btisch whnrn tlm French lefl rested upon the British the Germans are still in possession of a small length of the line The heaviest fighting occurred op posite vhcrn thn French woods nnjir Towards evening touch was with ft group of nuirliino Runners in j Ridge Who in thn most gallant I kept the at bay during the entire night was fairly No where of Soinme has the enemy renewed his heavy bombard again ac tively engaged daylight this morn east of one or two an emy pockets remaining In the neigh borhood of Rldgn The issue of yesterdays batflo in Flanders may be regarded with rnmpleU Halisfne Tht enemy gain practically their casualties were of the heaviest as at many hoy wore repulsed before reaching oJr front We Deliver Groceries at Cash and Carry Prices WEDNESDAYS SPECIALS 4 Strawberry Wednesday Freeh Wetthesday Ffheit Icing Wednesday 2 Cremettee Wednesday 3 packets Fresh Wednesday 5 99c 20c 28c 35c 25c Blue Ribbon Wedneiday Finest Schepps Shredded Wednesday per Bottles Liquid Wednesday 2 1 tins Black Pepper Wednesday Large Lima or Haricot Wednesday Z 35c 25c 45c 44c Deliveries Every Hour ON STOCK May the award of nifidf by the arbitration hoard to the Canadian Northern Rail way is was the opinion expressed this morning by John premier of HritlKii is at the Kin enroute to I dont think they were entitled to anything at much less something over tenmillion said Oli The valiip u not in the STEEL VESSELS steel ves totalling tuns were com pleted for tho shipping board in the ended May There were eighteen launching during the week of a total tonnage of C HUN TOWN May teen bombs have been dropped j on by ten al lied the TageBlatt of Berlin The garrison headquarters and some private houses are said to have been RETURN TO May tho rn tuvn of the teamsters and Canadian Pacific freight handlers to work to tho big strike In Winnipeg is finally An amicable settlement of the grievances of the teamsters was reached The city is normal again and the strike is nothing more than a What the Press Agents Say THE KAISER THE BEAST OF BERLIN The the Beast of lias been booked at tremendous cost for a solid showing at the po pular Liberty to commence May It is a pictorial sketch of the German ruler which will make you shout and applaud in its timely and pungent utter ances and by the same token you will marvel at its exactness and general photographic Rupert Jul ian takes the role of the AT THE EMPRESS There are those attend a per formance of Barrles exquisite Peter as often as opportunity The writer hereof is one of a word of genuine apprecia tion is Intended in remarking that Jack and the in film as presented at the Empress theatre last possesses at of the spirit of the Barrie While not yielding one jot of the rare charm of Peter which of its is never to be it may be a fair apprecia tion to state that Jack and the Bean stalk is the Peter Pan of the films AT THE ORPREUM June Grist June Caprice vows a girlish oath never to attend EAT5 cUSHION RUBBER HEELS Fan the boy for pep and Make things hum like engine Just chocklulof Cause I walk on Paw PUT ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SELECT PICTURES PRESENT Norma Talmadge IN The Secret of the Storm Country Six Greater Than Tess of the Storm FATTY ARBUCKLE IN A COUNTRY HERO Matinees Daily from 2 to 6 Children Coming After 4 Will See U LAST TIMES TONIGHT VIVIAN MARTIN IN THE FAIR BARBARIAN lt Dont Miss TWO REEUS and the Bandits COMEPY CARTOON But hat is bpfnrf Frank Trent Frank Morgnn undertakes to teach in thn wild southern Juno soon finds other attractions than love of learning in attending Franks Thoir friendship soon grows into Rob Gain Richard rough grows jealous and plans Junos father Toru Brooke niul Fuink undertakes to father the The arrival of his sis ter Florence and her Frank will give his little friend a foster Hut Gale tells Juno Franks olster is tlio teadrers June believes and when Frank comes to intro duce his sister she drives him This Is at the liarf ever The picture which is heing distributed through the Select exchanges willbe the chief attraction at Starland tomorrow and AT STARLAND The Secret of the Storm the new select productionin which Miss Norma Talmadge Is heing pre sented by Joseph haH been heralded as OTIC of the big hits of the In it Miss Talmadge combines patiios and deep emotions and the joy of and her interpretation of the little squat ter girl is one of the finest things she As an American girl who is stranded In a small English town with a very prim and somewhat snoli hish maiden Vivian in her newest Paramount The Fair makes a winsome Allowing the natives to be lieve lior to be ono of those title Imnting American or not caring what they she en gineers several romances to success Iul not excepting her and eventually wins the affection o every The Fair Barbarian wae di rected by Robert Tho scenario by Edith Kennedy ia an adaptation of one of Frances Hodg Burnetts most popular It will ho remembered that The iLit tin by the same was one of Mary Pickfords moat re cent and popular The oast of Tho Fair Barbarian Is es pecially Including Helen Jane Douglas McLean and Starland will show The Fair barian for the last times tonifht Many teas coat more than they ara worihf are lair value but TEA TONIGHT III June Caprice in ACHJLDOFTHEWILD And Other Good MURDERER Of Womanhood Humanity Youth All by tlirot tiat of thU auu world nawiMcl munformr thia 1 wolfhound i of PotKlam arch 1 fiand of humanity this cruel who Ufa daipitaa and j that U not Saa what thit vila fiaad deaa in that indaacribabU photo dranatie youll Uarn what America and the World arc fif ing You will laarn why YOU should keep watch for aliens within our the rooit ing of tho Showing at the EMPRESS and This Week E THE STORY THAT NEVER TONIGHT LAST TIME Jack and the Beanstalk A Fox Productive A Play fpr Children from 5 W ;