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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / Tuesday, April 2, tois THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE I i " THE HONOR. 3V5TEM *' AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT CELTIC REACHES HER PORT SAFELY New York, N.Y., Apr. 2.-The big White Star Liner Celtic which was torpedoed a day dr two ago while on a voyage to the United States, has reached a BrUiBli port safely. The White Star line today received a cable message reading: "Celtic safe." This was taken to mean that the Celtic had returned to port of departure or some other British port. REPAIR WORK E8TIMATES GIVEN Turner & Bell PLUMBING, 8TEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING, GAS FITTING, f phone 5981 650 sixth 8t. s. 94-12 CATEGORY "B" MEN Ottawa, Apr. 2.-Category "B" men under the Military Service Act will receive their notices to report for service by registered mail. ' In each case the notice will come from the registrar of the military district in which the man resides. As the men come within the scope of proclamations calling out the first claBS under the act, it is pointed out, there is no necessity for a further proclamation. SEED AND TABLE POTATOE S For Sale in Car Lots; Also TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Write for Prices: Kenneth R. Simpson & Co. CALGARY, ALTA. Dealer in Potatoes, Hay, Eggs, Etc. ALL GOT OUT OF BURNING THEATRE Vancouver, B.C., Aor. 2.-Revised estimates today place the damage to the Orpheum theatre through the fire last evening at between $10,000 and $15,000. The work of rebuilding has been started and it is expected that the theatre will be ready for use again in three weeks. Although the fire broke out Jn the middle of the performance, with the building filled and the audience consisting largely of women and veteran soldiers, many of them suffering 'from injuries, everyone got out safely. There was no excitement and no sign of panic. CHICAGO ELECTIONS Chicago, Apr. 2.-Loyalty to the government was the leading issue today in the aldermanic election in the thirty-five wards of the city. Chief interest centres in the outcome in the six wards where Socialists who endorsed the St. Louis platform of that party are the candidates. In these wards the campaign was marked by frequent fights at the political meetings. Builders' Supplies cement? lime, wood fibre plaster, empire finish, hol low tile, brick, roofings, building and tar paper, fire place Mantles and grates, tile, beaver board, plate glass, muranese glass, common gjass, auto windshields. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. phone 1044 fourth st. s., lethbridge TUDHOPE-ANDERSON AND EMMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS mmmammmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Two Car Loads came today, Wednesday. N. For Immediate Delivery Drills, Engine Plows, Discs, Harrows. THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. S. N FORD PLANT Detroit, Apr. 2.-Officials of the Ford Motor company this afternoon confirmed a report that more than 200 men have been affected by a mysterious epidemic resembling grippe which has been prevalent in the plant. It was estimated that about 2,000 employees have been ill thus far. STIFF PENALTIES Washington, Apr. 2.-In favorably reporting a bill to impose drastic penalties on disloyal acts, the senate judiciary committee today adopted an amendment by Senator Poindexter of Washington, prescribing imprisonment for twenty years and 110,000 fine for "who ever shall by word or act support or 'favor the cause of the German empire or its allies in the present, war or by word or act oppose the cause of the United States therein." The committee also approved the same penalties for persons obstructing government war bonds issues and for wilfully "attempting" 'as well as actual attempts to obstruct recruiting or enlistment in the army. WEDNESDAY GROCERY SPECIALS Finest Loose .Cocoanut. Regular 40c. Wednesday^ lb........................ 4 lbs. Grape Fruit Marmalade. Regular 90c. Oft. Wednesday............................ OUC 100 itas. Shorts. Regular $2 00. Wednesday ........................... Good Oranges, Seedlings. Regular 30c doz. oi Wednesday ........................... �1C Plantation Coffee. Regular 3 lbs. $1.00.  Wednesday, 3 lbs................. 35c 80c 1.90 21c 95c Tins Graham Wafers (Christies) Regular 65c. Wednesday, each ...................... Fresh Parsnips. Regular 5c lb. Wednesday, 6 lbs...................... White Naptha Soap, Regular $3.25. Wednesday, 7 for....................... Tins Sani Flush. Regular 25c. Wednesday, each ..................... Goodwillies Red Raspberries in glass. Regular 40c. Wednesday ............... 60c 25c 50c 20c 35c Deliveries Every Hour Phone 313 Washington, Apr. 2.-Lord Reading the British ambassador, today sent to President Wilson a message of thanks on behalf of the British government for the "instant and comprehensive" measures the president took in response to the request that American troops be used to reinforce the allied armies in France. An embassy statement announcing that the message had been sent through the stated department said: "The knowledge that owing lo the president's prompt co-operation the allies will receive the strong reinforcements necessary during the next few months is most, welcome to the British government and people." MERGE EXPRESS COMPANIES Washington, Apr. 2.-Merging of the express companies under a new corporation to operate them as a unit and work out a basis for distribution of profits, is under consideration between the railroad administration and representatives of the companies. Some announcement is expected within a week. I OF THE ALSATIANS Paris, Apr. 2.-The Germans have made overtures through the Holy See 'for tfie roturn by France of inhabitants of Alsace-Lorraine who have escaped from those regions, offering in exchange an equal number of civilians from the invaded districts of France. Cardinal Gasparri, Papal secretary of state, transmitted the offer to Baron I>enys Cochin, a prominent Catholic leader and recently a member of the cabinet. He refused to act as intermediary in the negotiations on the ground that to do so would be to recognize Alsatians as German subjects. The baron wrote a What the Press Agents Say COMMODORE BENEDICTS FAMOUS ESTATE USED IN "SCANDAL" PRODUCTION STEEL PLANTS RON AT FULL CAPACITY Newark, N. J., Apr. 2.-Charles M. Schwab, chairman of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation at its annual meeting here today reported to the stockholders that the shipbuilding departments of the company are now being operated at full capacity, with the steel plants running at SO per cent of capacity as compared with sixty per cent in January. Mr. Schwab said the increase in output was due to the improvement in transportation facTTIties. WILSON HAS NOT CHANGED ATTITUDE New York, N. Y.. April 2.-President Wilson has not changed his attitude concerning a negotiated peace with the Central Powers as expressed in his Flag Day address, his reply to Pope Benedict and his message to congress on the declaration of war with Austria, according to a letter he has written to Bishop Theodore Henderson, of the Methodist church, made public here today by the National War Council of the church. The president's letter will be read from ,all Methodist pulpits in the country and the National War Council announces that all Methodist ministers have been urged to use it ,as "a basis of a new and hearty backing of the president in the war and for the checking out of all pacifists." PRAY IN U. S. SENATE FOR ALLIED VICTORY Washington, Apr. 2.-A prayer for victory of the allied arniB, a "lasting and righteous peace," and for the men "defending the cause of truth and freedom, in the awful battle being waged across the seas," was made today in the senate by the Archbishop of York. The invocation closed with the Lord's Prayer in which senators and spectators joined. another draft leaves Winnipeg, Apr. 2.-Four hundred and fifty western soldiers left Winnipeg for the east this morning. Four hundred were from a depot battalion of infantry and 5,0 were a draft of artillery. Major Dixon is in charge of the artillery and Captain A. R. Pat-tinson Is in charge of the infantry. Three other officers are in the party. i- bandit robbed bank Cincinnati,'Apr. 2.-An armed bandit entered the First National Bank of Madisonville, a northern suburb of this city, shortly after the noon hour today, forced two clerks into the vault, took $9,000 in bills from the cashier's cage and made his escape in a high-power automobile. ITALIAN STR. SUNK New York, N.Y., Apr. 2.-The Italian steamship Aleasandra, a vessel of 2432 tons gross register has been sunk by a German submarine of the Island of Madria, according to advices received in marine circles here' today. The crew was landed last Saturday at Funchal. An interesting note in connection with "Scandal," the new big Select production in which Constance Tal-madge scores the success of her life, is contained in the settings of the Vanderdyke country home, where Beatrix, the spoiled daughter of the family queens it over every member of the household. This picture is at Starland. The Vanderdyke place in real life is none other1 than the beautiful estate of Commodore , E. C. Benedict at Greenwich, Conn., which was placed at the disposal of Miss Talmadge and her director, Charles Giblyn, by Commodore. Benedict himself. In fact, so interested was the well known yachtsman in the picture that he also furnished his famous steam yacht, the Oneida, for a number of equally important scenes in the story. 1 MAXINE ELLIOTT COMING TO MAJESTIC THEATRE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK What promises^.o be one of the most noteworthy screen events in local theatrical history will bp the appearance at the Majestic Theatre on Thursday, FrfHay and Saturday nights this week of Maxine Elliott, the famous beauty of the legitimate stage, in her new play "Fighting Odds." "Fighting Odds" has as it's authors none less than Irvin S. Cobb and Roi Copper Megrue. Mr. Megrue is auth' or of many notable stage successes including "It Pays to Advertise," "Under Fire", "Under Cover" and "Potash and Perlmutter." Irvin S. Cobb's works have been read and enjoyed by millions' of readers the world over. With such a happy combination of authors, such 'a wonderfully famous star in Maxine Elliott, and with the production produced by the Goldwyn Company, it is easily seen that "Fighting Odds" will be the picture event of the season. A CREAMY LOTION MADE WITH LEMONS Prepare a quarter pint at about the cost ef a email jar of common cold cream. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Constance Talmadge 'SCANDAL' WE HAvi NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING THIS FEATURE. MISS TALMADGE IS BEAUTIFUL. HER ACTING IS 3plendid AND THE STORY IS EXCELLENT. sharp letter which brought forth an equally spirited rejoinder from Cardinal Gasparri. T Washington, Apr. 2.-A resolution proposing a declaration of a state of war between the. United Stales and Turkey and Bulgaria was introduced in the senate today by Senator King of Utah and referred to the foreign relations committee without debate. The resolution recite*' that the two nations named are Germany's allies nnd therefore enemies of the United States. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Clara Kimball Young in Without a Soul Also First Class Comedies Admission 20 cents and 10 cents TONIGHT At 8.30 For Charity Mr. Richard Hincks and Party in HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR Popular Prices .. 75c, 50c, 25c All Seats May Be Reserved. majestic THREE NIGHTS STARTING Thur., April 4th (THIS WEEK) MATINEE SATURDAY FIRST SCREEN APPEARANCE ' OF A NOTED BEAUTY. ^^^^^^^^^^^ /\axine- Elliott. Goldwwrv Pictures Star: 1 in Fighting Odds By Roi'Cooper Megrue and Irvin S .Cobb. A Story of a Wife's Loyalty and "Big Business" PRICES, NIGHT8: Main Floor, any seat..... 35c Balcony, any seat......... 25c Children, any seat......... 10c Matinee Saturday, any seat 25c Children................. Sc Twice Nightly at 7.15 and 9.10. -^ f\� V n* *ea mm WM. FOX PRESENTS WILLIAM FARNUM IN A ROMANTIC DRAMA OF 0RIHtvM-"BATTLE of HEARTS" inn Tnnlnht S� 1 � / ing Tonight A picture play of rare artistic merit. Also a two-reel L-KO Comldy. When this home-made lemon lotion is gently massaged into the face, neck, hands and arms daily, the skin naturally should become soft, clear and white, and the complexion dainty and attractive. What girl or woman hasn't heard of lemon Juice to remove cofnplexion blemishes; to bleach the skin and to bring out'the roses, the freshness and the hidden beauty? But lemon' juice alone is acid, therefore irritating, and should be mixed with orchard white this way. Strain through a fine cloth the juice of two fresh lemons into ai bottle containing about three ounces pf, orchard white, then shake well and you have a whole quarter pint of skin and complexion lotion at about the cost one usually pays for a small jar of ordinary cold cream. 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