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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 28,1918 THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE FiVb CONStRVE rv iiness LVC EATS DIRT e:.w.gillett TDnONTO,CA,HAD/l $2,000 OAK a vpi'ilict, for ?200() (IiimaKOS was rotunioil todiiy hy lho.''jury in thu suit of A. K. Tolton o� Tiil)oi'. againHt II. F. Aiin.'iblo of the same place, for dam-agoa fnr injuries lie suttRred when Annal)le's car ran Iiitii down on !ho street one day last year. Tlio ease created eonslderabie interest in Taber. In summing up the evidence Ilia Lord-Bliljl enunciated the principle that pedestrians on the street liavn the right of way over vehicles on ei;oss-Ings, and are finite at liberty to stop and cliat to a friend slipuld tliey so (loairo to do. It is the duty of the driver of a vehii^le to see that thoy are given protection within reason. In the Tolton ease, Mr. "Annuble came along in his car, yelled at the ])lain-tifC and his friend to dear the way. Tliey failed to hear him with the result that Mr. Tolton was knoclvcd down and his arm broken. I'arls. May 28.-The long range boml)nrdmont of PitrlB by tho Germans Was resumed tlilH morning. An ntficlnl expiftn.\llon was l.saucd today hy the French ^govBrnmonc as to why it cannot niaka more than tho h('antieat report regarding llio regions suffering from tho bomhnrd-tnciil of the long rangf; guns. "It its 'dally comOnlques," says tho stnlemont, "tlin government keeps the puljllc al)solutely lip to date on military operations and their develop-menta?- As to tho bombardment of the PotIr district, this cannot be dono. "Though it Is permissible to Indicate the positions where we are in contact with llic enemy It would be a verilablo crime to permit tho Uor-miins by njoans of details furnislicd by US, to rectify in tho least the nc-curary of their flrn. It Is therefore forbidden to.aniiouncc wbero.lhe bombardments strike. � It Is in the Interest of the population itself that this good mcasiu'o is' taken." By a vote of 24 to S the ann\ial mooting of Reglna district !\Iethodists comprising ministers and ropresen-lativo laymen from the nevoral congregations in the dlsn-icv placed it-self on record .as being in favor of tho rcnmval of 1he time limit of the pastoral^ term. This is regarded as remarkable situation in view of the fact that the vote of the quarterly oWicial boards throughout tho district was practically just an unani-mon.sly opposed to any chnngos in the time limit. o � >   '> ? WARM WEATHER ALL ? ? THAT IS NEEDED ? THE CANADIAN SALT to, LIMITED lES APPLY 10 wei �Winnipeg, May 28.-Crop news from every source within the last wefk or so has Indi-cateil that warm weather alone was needed to give Western Canada's crop a promising beginning. The forecast from the weather l>urcau today is for fine and warm weather over the entire west. Tcmpemtures are rising. The cold wlud.s which have swept Manltol>a for weeks are absent today. : > : :,700. , ? o � * : : HUN TOWN C' ? Berlin reports. The garrlaon ? ? heud(|\iarters and some private ? ? houses are said to have been ? ? damaged. ? ?  ? "THE KAISER THE BEAST OF BERLIN" "The ICaiser. the Hfa?l of Berlin," Iiaa been booked at lrememlo\is cost for a solid week's showing at the po-l)nlar Mbnrty Theatre, to ijonmienco ..Monday, Alay (l. It is a' pictorial sketch of the German ruler which will make you hiss, sliout and applaud in turn, at. Its timely and pungent utterances and by the same token you will marvel at lt3 exactness and general photograjihlc brilllnucc. linport Julian takes tlie role of the kaiser, AT THe'eMPRESS There are (fio,s(' \\)!o attend a per-formance of Barrie's e.x � AT THE ORPHEUM June Grist (June Caprlcel vows a girlish oath never to attend school. ^ CUSHION V RUBBER tmS^ rm the boy for "pep" and "ginger". Make things hum like engine wheels. Just chockfulof "spring"and hustle, 'Cause I walU on "Cat'� Paw" Heels. k 'Caiuel UT PUT OM \ 'Cal'iPaw"SviuNo:l2-WalchhtNo. 13. gQ4 A PAIP^ * '>W * * * 113 AT WORK 4 � � �  ? ? - at the 8bipy;irda bere to4ay, \*ho ni-o beiijg. registered today ? for employmoni in tho ship-> yards are expected to bo jjlaced :  o :� ? ? > * * * � � *  Wednesday and Thursday select pictures present \ Norma Talmadge in "The Secret of the Storm )Country" Six' Parts. Greater Than '/Tess of the V Storm Country." Many teiUi cost more man they are worthi..it4fow^:fe^ are fair values but ^ ^ BLUE^RliBON H-^mM'&iB than it coM: It TONIGHT June Caprice iii "A CHILD OF THEWILD'^ And Other Good Pictures, ^ FATTY ARBUCKLE IN ^'A COUNTRY HERO" Matinees Daily from. 2 to $ p.m. School Cl^ildren Coming After 4 Will , See It All. STARLAND LAST TIMES TONIGHT VIVIAN MARTIN "THE FAIR BARBARIAN" tt> Great. Don't Miss It. ''Everybod/s Business" TWO REELS ^'Col. Heezatiar and the Bandits" COMEDY CARTOON MURDERER Of Wommhood - Hamanitx � Youth ~ Civaiutkm FVeedom - All choV�d by (ka tKrot< tin( clutcha* of this mad damon-this world rm-nownml murdUrsr - thU lust-maddened wolf-hound of PotwUm^-this arch fiend of humanity - this cruel beast who sneers.jat ii Ufa - who daspisaa ,V|: aTsrjrona and evaiTtliinc i i that Is not German. S�a ' what this vile fiend doea in that indescribaU*-photo dramatic nattar-. ntBtasit^Beriia -and you'll learn what America and the World are fighting for. You will learn why YOU should keep watch for enemy aliens within our gates. It's the most aaia� inc eipesa of th� world'* Meter}'. Showing at the EMPRESS Thurs. Fri. and Sat. This Week V^Uffnni^C ^ THE STORY THAT NEVER GROVy^ OLD E"!E^S - Jack and the Beanstal|f MJl TONIGHT 1^ LAST TIME a Wm. Fox Production, a Play for Children from 5 to 90 Y�ar�/ 3687 45456?5 ?43958 103201 ;