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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WDNRSDAY, MAY 29. 101S THJC LETiiRiunr,?-: daily IIKHALD PAGE FIVE teamsters are still on strike WlnnlppK. May U!).-It wns announced yoslunlny tlml, the hltrlkH of Die IcniMHloi'u union was tu'ttlnil yesterday nnd that thu men Jiad returned in work. It t.rans))lres todny, however, that tlio Manitoba Cartngo (Company, vhlrh Imndlf'b (',. U. trolght, refus to foi^oKnlzi! the union and the ^drlvevH ot thii Manitoba (lartage IJom-pany rpfuso to go buok to work until Iho conipany rccogiilzcB tholr Hchelule. tn (;on�oqnence (hn fJnlon ot FrclKhi Hnndlwra also havo titruck ugalii until en agrnenuMit has been reached. The Btrikc ot tho tennistcr.'s union began (lurlr.f.' the recent ImlUHlria! lie up in , Winnipeg, hut it wuh not p. Hyiupathy itriko ill support of the civic workers, t)ut had rofcreuce lo tho recognition of tho new schedule of the tuanialera' union The strike of the C.P.R. freight liandlors wan in support oC tho leam-Blers. TonnistorH on the Canadian N'orthPrn and fJrand Trunk Pacific, railways In Winnipeg have gone back lo work as iigreoil, their employers having rpcognlzod their claims. the dangers Jloacow, .A'.ay 15.-(Uy tho A-sao-elated l^reas.)-liussla ia f\illy 'awara of the dangers threateulng lier from Herman, imiierlallam, saya tho Holahe-vlkl organ Izvtatia in an article in which it assorts that no allied help la de.slred of ji nature which would ro-�u't in lUisaia re-entering tho European conflict, it adds, howovor, '"lot some power honoally help ua combat cuccossfully the tlireaturiing dunger. Russia would apprednto In tho highest degree any assl.stanco toward the dmprovoment ot transportation and communication facilities and in the cleaning of her economic life. If the nliles really wish to drag Huaala inVo the war lor purely strategic reaaoua, to give her practical hel)) In her tragic situation let them discuss to tho exclusion of every oiacr subject, lier ^ urgontTieed Is economic aid. BULLETINS UTILIZE ALIENS Montreal, May 2(1.--Thai alien en etr.y Inhor should )>o utlll-/,e|i:-. ^Major General Wood's re(|uest lli;it lie be given more active duty than as conimaiiiler of the wostorii' d> piu-t-ment. it was understood, will lie graiiti'il to the 1'. S. War IJopiiruiieni and the general will be aKsignod to train another division ot troops, i.a S(Mnaliie Ueligieuse. the official diocesan organ, announces that preliminaries leading to the posfdble cannonizatlon by Dislinp .Montmorency, Quebec's first eplscojial dlgni-tary. will comnu-nce Jmie II. in a letter to the clergy and faithful,- Ciir-dinal liegiii recommends the proceeding,? to the in-ayer.-; of all t;atliolics. An indication ot liinv the fanners ot ihfi .^IooK(' .law district are endeavoring lo "carry on" and .secure the inaxlniiim production wa.'! given when sixteen teams belonging to neighbors started lo work to disc and sow 200 acre's of the farm run by FIndlay and .Alexander Maciiherson, eight inlleH soutii of the city. Botli the .Macpherson hoya. who lived \vi>h their widowed mother, have been called under the draft and 20u acres of their farm was left unseeded. AIRMAN KILLED Deaoronto. Out.. :May 29.-In a fly-lug accident which occurred half a mile southeast of Rath burn Airdromes nt 11.30 a.m. Vulay. Second Lieut. T. H. lleintzman was killed and C^adet S RoRfinthal was seriously injured. Lieut. Hfiintzman'a mother lives iu Toronto and Cadet Rosenthal's mother lives in New York City. NEWS NOTES Following a t^erious operation, the death occurred of .Miss Mary O'Hara, of Toronto, 'daugiitor of the late Col. Walter O'Hara, Knight of the Tower and Sword. Miss O'Hara was born in Toronto, and wm.s a brilliant musician having been awarded the Royal Dip- VtL ENTERTAIN THE HERALD STAFF Manager Hansen of the Empress Wants Them to See - "Kaiser" Picture AriMstroiif;. l'li:iti)graphs and blue-prints of \hr liii))i-rial Palace. Hi.'rllii. were used in the niiiking of I lie sets. .Munil clei-Di-.iiioiis for the variou.^ roDins (It rh" rallies' wer(^ painted iiy Henri nelieaiiville, Signer l.eMiiir and Ceni-Lje liavies. AT 'rni' ORPHELTS1 ��.\ Ciiild of the Wild.- William Fo:-;'s latest .lime Caprice pi(-liire Is a travelogue in itsidf. \'lewa of four .soiuherii sliits are shown In its exterior setliiiKs, 'I'lie company became a biind of giolie ti-otier-i muoii iigainal itri will. Operallous liegan in Florida, but after a lew seeups had been taken Heinl-tropli-,-il rains set in. After a week of waiting. Ulrector .\dnlfi and ills cdiniiany trekked to Georgia. t)nly a fi-w iliiys iiassed before the wet season oiertook them. .�\giiln the company packed up and retreated to North � Carolina. Krom that state they were driven into Tenno.'ifiee with lieadnuarters at Chattanooga. Tills picture is at the Orphoum to-ni.Tht, AT STAilLAND In her new Select �picture. ' The Secret of the Storm Country," Norma Talmadge toiudies the highest note yet reached in her career. An the squatter's daughter, wronged and deserted by her husband, left to rc.-t'r their child under a cloud, she riaefi to great emotional heights, and her portrayal of Teas is one lhal w-111 win the sympathies of every audience. The jilcture i.^ being distributed by Select and will be shown at Starland tonight and tomorrow. Tho first- picturo made by Fatty .-\rl)uckle on llio coast is "A vlountry Hero." in which "Fatty" is to appear at Starland tonight and tomorrow. In this comedy, he aasumea several liriind new roles, including a black-sniitli, a chauffeur and a farmer by turns. .Vcodless to say, l.o has captured iill existing medals for ho leaves no "stunt" undone, anil no laugh un-laiighed. In The Eastern Townships raid on hoards flour and sugar Moose Jaw, May 29.-Tho first systematic raid by tho police officials aot ing under tho recent order ot th^ Canada Food Board relative to the hoarding of flour and sugar took place this morning. The police worked in two parties in different sections ot the city One detachment at noon made the ro-^ port that thoy had found 200 pounds 'of flour' and seventy pounds of sugar in one house while In a restaurant they found that threo different kinds of moat were being served. Action will be taken against those caught iu the raid. An Increase erf l,^i par cent. In pas-nenger rates over Iho electric railway lino of tho Quebec Hallway, Light, Heat and Power Company which runs from Quebec to Ste. Anno do Beau-pro, lias been allowed by the railway Coinmlasloners. I Manager Hansen of the Kmprcss theatre will entertain the Herald staff I on Friday evening at his tlieatrc, to I eec the aensational 'Kaiser" piiiture wlilcli starts tor threo nights on Thursday. Manager Hansen has gone to considerable trouble lo get this big oight-ree! feature, which has created such a sensation all over the United States, and he says that the l^eralld staff- eimply must see It. He has kindly places at tho disposal of the staff for the first show on Friday evening the gallery of his theatre. Thousands have witnessed this �svondertul feature, which reveals the Kaiser as tlio monster he Is. at t6e empress A guy. reckless irishman, war cor-l respondent for a big London newspaper, is the part played by William Desinoud iu "Paddy O'Hara," a Triangle play produced under the sapor-vision of Thomas H.Thcc, which -will bo Hhown at the Empress Aheatra tonight only. In commenting upon the film production "Tho ICalsor, tho Beaat of Berlin," which will be -^ahown at Liberty theatre tho week beginning today, critics hayo laid stress an tho splendid detail ot tho film. RupoTu Julian, who produced Iho film and portrays tho Kaiser, hlmaelf has paid particular attention lo tlin .Hinallor details ol the onstuminf; and sottingB for tlio photoplay. I.,co Smith and William Howard, ar''. direitors., aasi.'itcd Ai.-. Julian In gettlnp; tli-3 sa;-thiga arrangotl and they werrj con-atructed by Norman Dawn and 0 IL Kirkby's Special For Thursday ' TONIGHT AND TOMORROW : SELECT PICTURES PRESENT Norma Talmadge IN "The Secret of the Storm Country" SIX PARTS. ALSP Fatty Arbuckle IN Regular price 20c dozen Thursday  lOc "A COUNTRY HERO Two Reels of Slde-Splltting Fun Matinee from 2.00 to 6.00 Tomorrow PER DOZEN I Kirkby & Co. 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1827 EMPRESS Tonight Only WILLIAM DESMOND A Dashing, Dare-devil Irishman, and war correspondent !- Paddy O'Hara -Sure It takes an Iriih mon to � fix thim fightin' furrlners! -On the war front he captures a big news scoop and-a princess. -Mary Maclvor, Is the lovely Princess Maryska, compelled to fly from her palace as the enemy's ' troops advance. She crosses the lines with a passport bearing the name-"Mrs. Paddy O'Hara." A Rollicking, Stirring Adventure on Europe's Battle Ground A Triangle-lnee picture with a typical I nee esA. > Also Weekly and Mutt andSJeff Comedy* June Caprice in CHILD OF THE WILD'* And Other Qood PleturM. (1) A Group of Oirl Campers at Waterfall, Knowlton's Landini;. (2) Scene on Magog River, Sherbrooke. BOBlOPG UNION MADE . OVERALLS SHIRTS 8. GLOVES t6 TIIBUIS were troublesome times for loyalists ot British stock in America at the close ot the igbteenth century; tb�y saw the In-due'nce of their beloved, motherland twlndling In the new world; they went through the turmoil ot war, witnessed tho defeat ot their cause, saw the triumph of George Washington, and their anxiety ouluiln-�ted In despair when, in 1773, tho iiiKuaturo ot tUn American Declaration of Independence 'threatened to destroy the last tie to their mother country. AVearylng ot life anioneat those who liad torn down the Union .lack and holstvd a^ newer emblem the loyalists ot Vermont and New Hampshire left t^elr accustomed ha\intB and omigrat'ed to tho nplgh-horln;; coiaitry where the Brltiab flag �via.i still afloat They wore a hardy race, those British-Americans w!io settled in the Eastern Townships of the Province 'of Quebec. They 4wore mainly hf (KiigUsh or Scotch birth or ot Rng-iliih or Scotch descent, and the>' came across tho border It) groups. Many ot. them forsook comfortable Ihomes, and there.were few who had [brought/ many earthly possessions �with them.K But th'ey were all equlp-,pad with indomitable courage and peiseverliiB Industry. That part of jCana(i� to which ttitiy cnmoWaa then but scantily explored, They knew llltlo of what it ottered, yet thay weru not dismayed as tUoy came through the rugged hills and vulos and past Immense forests. They pitched a camp wherever they found a fertile tract of land. Every re-tponsihle United Empire I.A)yaU'st, who by his loyalty to Great Britain, had suffered was given a subfitaiillal acreage. Forty settlers made what was called a town^shlp, and a,t,own-ship covered about ton square miles. Each township elected an^agenl, or roproEcnlatlve, to negotiate with .the Canadian Govormnent. A Constitutional Act was passed in 1791 whereby tho Bottloraent' of the district was encouraged. Tho United Empire Loyalist pioneers oC tho Eastern Townships uoon became attnchod lo the now country into wihi3g built 'housoi made sturdy homes, and log fires made coay hearths In tho chilly , winter day*, liut Ihovcours^ of ilto cannot \ ha all smooth In a nBW_and rough country. There were no'i'oadB, and members o( families had often to travel lon.i; dlataucSH thro\igh wil-derneasos In search ot some ot tho ncpasittios of llfo. It is rc'-'orded tnat Henry Lawrence, a youthful lad, travelled forty niUos tpr fifty pounds of salt. A traveller discovering hlni-Belt lost In th.! v.'poda was no,un-UHUal person In iUoae days. Abrfut the year 1807 the settlement of the pastDrn Townahlpa was begun by the Frfincli Canadians, They multiplied rapidly, and now they form the grestor portion of the population of tlip Iccnllty. Some years, ago, when oi>'.orturiltles tor success in Western ( anuda were being widely advortlaod, many ot the Engllsh-j speaking inhabitants ot the Town-Bhlpa sold out tliolr holdings, and proceeded to take up larger home-stiSads iu the West, Soma of thfl-towns ot the Eastern Townships are centres ot prosporoua manufacturing industries and considerable trafllc. The towns and many ot tho villages also provide accommodation for ))oliday-folks In the Slimmer months. The bo&uty spots of the Basterii TownShlp& are much frequented by resldei�tii, ot Mqntrea.1,. whor on acooimt ot their I proximity to thchi, nan nohvenlently IgCth^r* Cc;' weok-ond holidays. EMPRESS I Every Newspaper Witliout Exception "Vociferous hisses and ar^athemaa of an overwrought audience. Such a graphic portrait of tho Hun Emperor that the frenzied excitement was easy to understand. -Boston Traveller, "The yell of Joy which went up from the audience was poaitlvely blood-ciirdllng." -Boston American. Three Days Starting Tomorrow at 1 o'clock and continuous-till 12 o'clock. Prices: All seat*: Evening* ........, BOo , Matinees: Children... 25c; Adutta... .EOo 6osto,n Goes Wild Over The Kaiser,  ; The Beast of Berlin Pronounces It a Staggering Success " 'The Kaiser, the Boast of Berlin,' the sensational photoplay that so daringly expcies tho Intimate life and traits of Wllhelm, almost caused a riot during' its fii'st prosentiatlon yesterday at the Globe. Tho theatre was packed Ipng before one o'clock, and hundreds, of others were turned awa," " -Evening Tribune. 14275487 83 ;