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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1018 TMii DAILY itrcnALD PAGE FlVfc TEAMSTERS ME STILL ON STRIKE May was announc ed yesterday the Htrlkfl of thc union wns nettled yesterday mid that the men Jmd returned to It transpires however tlmt the Manitoba Cartage which handles refus es to recognize the union and the nf tlni Manitoba Cartage Com pany rofuso to go hack to work until the company recognizes their In consequence Iho Union of Frelghv llnndlura also hnvo ntruck apnln until agracment has been The of tho teamsters union began during tho recent Industrial up in hut it waa not a sympathy strike in support of the civic had reference to the recognition of tho now schedule of the teamsters union The strike of freight handlers was in of the team Teamsters on tho Canadian Northern Grand Pacific railways in Winnipeg have gone back to work as their employers having recognized their BULLETINS UTILIZE ALIENS May alien on labor should be utilized und that naturalization should be conform on nil Rllen enemies in the country was the Idea expressed last night u meeting of the Imperial Order of tho natiRhtors of tho hold in ho Windsor FULLY AWARE OF May tho Asso ciated is fully aware of the dangers threatening her from says the fiolshe vlkl orfean Izvestla In an article in which it asserts that no allied help Is desired of a nature which would re in Russia reentering tho Euro pean It let some power honostly help us combat euccessfully the threatening Kussia would appreciate In tho high est degree any assistance toward the improvement of transportation and communication facilities and in the cleaning of her economic If the really wish to Kussia into the war Ibr purely strategic to give her practical help In her tra gic situation let them discuss to the exclusion of every oirter Her urgentSieed Is economic WORKERS May four weeds course in Canada for training voca tlonal to instruct disabled American soldiers opened at the Chat eau LauTler when thirty prom inent Americans who have volunteered for the met at lunch and were formally James president of the military hospital and In the ab sence of the minister of by General director of medical The party which was organized by Douglas McMurtrie ot Now author and director of the Red Cross Insti tute for crippled and disabled will visit Winnipeg nnd where they will receive practical instruction with the consent and cooperation of the authorities con ducting vocational work for returned men in those cities Moose May first sys tematic raid by tho police officials act ing under tho recent order of Can ada Pood Board relative to the hoard Ing of flour and sugar took place this Tho police worked in two parties in different sections of the city One detachment at noon made the re port they had found 200 pounds of flour and seventy pounds of sugar In one house while in a restaurant they found that three different kind of meat were being Action will be taken against those caught in the An Increase of 15 per in pas nenger rates over the electric railway lino of tho Quebec Heat and Power Company which runs from Quebec to Anne de Ueau has been allowed by the railway A COLLISION May person were injured this morning when n Notre Dame Stfoft crushed Into another which slopped ahead ot It Motorman Trescht Wttf slightly Injur ed Smith1 and both living at 260 Buahnell were slightly Hcsponslhlllty dr the Occident has not boon 13 COMMITTED May a of having written a letter containing a seditious libel of the premiers of Can ada and Great Henry Harkln was this morning committed for DESERTERS CAUGHT May Joseph Fred Carpenter and David Bontang deserted from the Can adlan army Camp Mai They wero apple hended together recently at a camp In Minnesota and today were given two years each in tho VETERANML May meet ing has been called for Thursday night at the Army and Navy Veterans As sociation headquarters here to dis cuss the stand to bo taken by the re turned men towards tho present ship yard Delegates from Westminster and Victoria re turned soldiers organizations are er pected to be May Gilbert Park the has resigned his seat in It is understood that Sir secretary of state for the air wtll to the government candidate a byeolectlon in the CJravesend district to fill tfce Sir Gilbert has been member of parliament for Gravesend since DURING THE GAS Watsca a wasp in my gagas ere s BLAME THE CAPTAIN May ev ening the marine court of inquiry which investigated tho loss of the steamer Florlzel at Horn Head Ferry near Cape Race last Febru ary consisting of James Black Naval Commander Harbor Master English and Shipmas ter made public their find They find the mishap was due to faulty by Captain Martin who alone Is held blameable and they suspend his certificate as master for twentyone months but al low him a chief mates certificate for period because of his good con duct after the All the other officers and crew are exonerated and the captain is commended on the manner in which he all ob ligation and gave full evidence con cerning the Convictions against men for bring ing liquor into Saskatchewan con trary to the Dominion law hive been secured by the Provincial Police in the Swift Current district and the to tal fines aggregate FUNERAL SHARPE May by hundreds of his constituents and friends from far and the remains of the late Colonel Sam for North who died in Montreal were laid to rest in his family plot in the Uxbridgp cemetery about a mile south of this The Federal government was rep resented by Hugh Outhrie and AIRMAN KILLED THURSDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Grape 3 Thursday Special Charles 7 tins Thuriday Special Dominion Corn 3 Thursday Special Large Tins Fresh per tin Thursday Special Bull Dog 3 tins Thursday Special 49c 38c 20c 25c King Beech Raspberry 4 Thursday Bars Gold 7 bars Thursday Special Welcome Soap 2 Thursday Special Grape 4 for Thursday Soecial Toilet 5 Thursday Special 94c 50c 46c 25c 25c Deliveries Every Hour lom it Iho Leipul Royal Conservatory of Major General Woods request lie tic given more active duty I Man as command1 of the western depart It wan will he granted to lie War and the general will ho unsigned to train another division of La Semalne the official diocesan announces that pre liminaries leading to the possible cannonizatlon by Ilishop Montmor Quebecs first episcopal digni will commence June In a letter to tho clergy and dinal Begin recommends the proceed ings to the prayers of all An indication of how the farmers ot the Moose Jaw disirlcl are endeavor ing to carry on anil secure the maximum production was given when sixteen teams belonging to neighbors started to work to disc and sow 200 acres of the farm run by Kindlay and Alexander eight miles south of the Both the Macpherson who lived wftti their widowed have been called under the draft and 200 acres of their farm was left May a fly lug accident which occurred half a mile southeast of Rathburn Airdrome Second lleintzman was killed and Cadet S Rosenthal was seriously Heintzmans mother lives in Toronto and Cadet Rosenthals mother lives in New York NEWS NOTES Following a serious the deathoccurred of Miss Mary of daughter of the late Walter Knight of the Tower and Miss OHara was born in and was a brilliant musician having been awarded the Royal Dip In The Eastern Townships WILL ENTE M HERALO SWF Manager Hansen of the Em press Wants Them to Sec Kaiser Picture Photographs and blue prints of Imperial Berlin were used in the making of the sets decorations for the various rooms of tinPalace were painted In Henri Slgnor LeMaii anil George AT THK ORPHEUM A Child nf thi William Foxs latest Caprice picture is a travelogue in Views of four southern states are shown In Its ex terior The company became u band of globe trotieiM much against its Operations began in but after a few scenes had been taken semitropical rains set After a week of Director Adolf and his company trekked to Only H few days passed before the season overtook Again the company packed up and retreated to From that state they were driven Into Tennessee with headquarters at This picture is at the Orpheum to AT STAJILAND In her new Select The Secret of the Storm Norma Talmadge touches the highest note yet reached in her As the squatters wronged and de serted by her left to their child under a she risen to great emotional and her portrayal of Tess is one that will win tho sympathies of every The picture is being distributed by Manager Hansen of the Empress theatre will entertain the Herald staff on Friday evening at his to see the sensational Kaiser1 puiture which starts for three nights on Manager Hansen has gone to con siderable trouble to get this big eightreel which has created such a sensation all over the United and he says that the staff eimply must see He has kindly places at the disposal of the staff for the first show on Friday evening the gallery of his Thousands have witnessed this wonderful which reveals the Kaiser as tlie moneter he At EMPRESS A reckless war corl respondent for a big London news is the part played by William Desmond in Paddy a Tri angle play produced under the super vision of Thomas which will be shown at the Empress dheatra tonight In commenting upon the film pro duction The the Beast of which will be shown at tie Liberty thaatre week beginning critics hafa laid stress on thn splendid detail of tho Rupert who produced Iho film and portrays tho himself has paid particular attention to thn smaller details ol the aostumtnn nnd settings tor tho Smith and William art assisted Julian in Betting taa sal tings arrangoj and they were con structed by Norman Dawn and G Kirkbys Special For Thursday P BRUINS Regular price 20c dozen lOc FER DOZEN Kirkby 3rd Phone 1827 Select and will be shown at Stariand and Tho firstpicture made by Fatty Arbucklo on tho coast Is A Country in which Fatty is to appear at Slarland tonight and lu this he assumes several brand new including a black ii chauffeur and a farmer by Needless to he has cap tured nil existing medals for he leaves no stunt and no laugh un HH TONIGHT AND TOMORROW SELECT PICTURES PRESENT Norma Talmadge IN The Secret of the Storm Country SIX ALSQ Fatty Arbuckle IN A COUNTRY HERO Two heels of SideSplitting Fun Matinee from to Tomorrow EMPRESS Tonight Only WILLIAM DESMOND A Daredevil Irish man and war correspondent Paddy OHara it takes an Irish men to fix thim fiflhtln furriners the war front he captures a big news scoop prin Is the lovely Princess compelled to fly from her palace as the enemys troops She crosses the linen with a pass port bearing Paddy A Stirring Adven ture on Europes Battle Ground A Trlanglelnce picture wlVt a typical Ince Alao Weekly and Mutt TONIGHT June Caprice in A CHILD OF THE WILD And Other Good 1 A Group of Girl Campers at Knowltons 2 Scene on Magog THERE were troublesome times for loyalists of British stock in America at che close ot the eighteenth century tney saw the in fiuance of their motherland Swindling in the new world they went through the turmoil of witnessed the defeat of their law the triumph of George Wash and their anxiety culmin ated in tfeanalr in the signature of thn American Declara tion of Independence threatened to destroy the last tie to tixeir mother of life amongst tboae who had torn down the Union Jack and holstud a newer emblem the loyalists of Vermont and New Hampshire left their accustomed haunts and emigrated to tho neigh boring country where the Dritlah flag wait still Tliey wore a hardy those BrltUhAmerlcans who settled in the Eastern Townships of the Province of They jwore mainly of BugliBh or Scotch llrth or of Eng or Scotch and they icame across the border in Many of them forsook comfortable and there were few who had brought many earthly possessions But they were all equlp jjeil with Indomitable courage and jjei severing That part of to which they came waa then but scantily They knew little of what it yet they wera not dismayed as they came through the rugged hills and vales and past immense They pitched a camp wherever they found a fertile tract of Every re ifeponsihle United Empire who by his loyalty to Great had suffered was given a substantial Forty settlers made what was called a and a town ship covered about ton square Each township elected or to negotiate with Canadian A Constitu tional Act was passed In 1791 where by tho settlement of the district was Tho United Empire Loyalist pion eers of the Eastern Townships uoon became attached to the new ccintry into whiqh they wera and where they still cherishing the ideals which had been handed down to them by their Beauti ful scenery surrounded them every where there was plenty of big game in the millions of In tlio lakes and and virgin soil awaited tho request of the plough and spade to yield sonia Log built housas made sturdy and log fires made cosy hearths In the chilly winter of lite ba all smooth In a newand rough There were no and member3 ot families bad often to travel Ions distances through wil dernesses In search of some of tha nacesdties of It is recorded mat Henry a youthful travelled forty miles fpr fifty pounds of A traveller discovering him self lost in woods was un usual person in those Abrut the year 1807 the Battlement or tho Eastern Townships was begun by the French They multiplied and now they form the greater portion of the po pulation of Ilia Some when for success in Western were beingwide ly many of the Englishj speaking inhabitants of the Town ships sold out their and proceeded to take up larger home steads in the Some of thetowns of the Eastern Townships are centres of prosperous manufacturing industries and con siderable The towns and many of tho villages also provide accommodation for holiday folks In the summer Ttje bciguty spots of the KijBtevn Townships are frequented by resident of on account of their proximity to can conveniently I D I I D I Every Newspaper Without Exception Vociferous hisses and of an over wrought Such a graphic portrait of the Hun Emperor that the frenzied excitement was easy to The yell of Joy which went from the audience was positively EMPRESS Three Days Starting Tomorrow Q at 1 oclock and continuoustill 12 Prices All Wo Hi Matinees 25c BOo Boston Goes Wild Over The The Beast of Berlin M Pronounces It a Staggering Success H The tho Beast of the sen photoplay that so daringly the life and traits almost caused a riot during its fiist presentation terday at the The theatre was packed long before one and hundreds of were turned ;