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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / TUESDAY. APRIL 2, 191ft the LrniBnmc.rc daily iif.rat.d PACK IN FORD PLANT Detroit, Apr. 2.-Officials of the Ford Motor company this afternoon confirmed a report that more than 200 man have been affected by a myiterious epidemic resembling fjrlppe which has been prevalent In the plant. It was estimated that about 2.000 employees have been ill thus far. WEDNESDAY GROCERY SPECIALS Im STIFF PENALTIES Finest Loose Coconnot. Regular 40c.. Wednesday, lb........................J5JC 4 lbs. Grape Fruit Marmalade. Regular 90c. QA_ Wednesday............................ OUC 100 lbs. fthoits. Regular $2 00. | Art Wednesday........................ 1��/U Good Oranges, Seedlings. Rrgular 30c doz. Ol Wednesday ......................... to 1 C Plantation Coffee. Rr.gul.ir 3 lbs. $100. QKf Wednesday. 3 Ib3...................... UJC Tins Graham Wafers (Christies) Regular 65c. Wednesday, each ...................... Fresh Parsnips. Regular 5c lb. Wednesday. 6 lbs...................... White Naptha Soap, Regular �3.25. Wednesday. 7 far....................... Tins Sani Flush. Regular 25c. Wednesday, each ..................... Goodwillits Red Raspberries in glass. Regular 40c. Wednesday ............... 60c 25c 50c 20c 35c Deliveries Every Hour vzL-� - - -� Mm 11 m --v"i Phone 313 3Y5TCI AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT Washington, Apr. 2- In favnrshiy I reporting a bill to impose �1tsi~t i  a voyage to the 1'nlted Stntes, has j (jnys Cochin, a prominent Catholic leader and recently a member of the cabinet, lie refused to act as intermediary in the nenotia-tiojis on the ground that to do so would be to rccignize Alsatians an (jermau subjects. The baron wrote a Washington. Apr. 2 A resolution proposing a declaration of a state of war between the 1'nlted States and Turkey and Bulgaria was introduced in the senate today by Senator King of l'tah and referred to the foreign relations committee without debate. The resolution recitn* that, the two nations named aro (formally� allies and therefore enemies of the Cnited States. � � ) COMMODORE BENEDICTS I FAMOU8 ESTATE USED IN "SCANDAL" PRODUCTION SEED AND TABLE POTATOE S For Sale in Car Lots; Also TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Write for Prices: Kenneth R. Simpson ft Co. CALGARY, ALTA. Dealer In Potatoes, Hay, Eos*, Etc. I Vancouver, D.C, Apr. _.-Revised estimates today place the damage to | the Orpheiim theatre through the fire j last evening at between $10,001) and ' $1 ri.Oon. The work of rebuilding has , been started and it is expected that 1 the theatre will be ready for use again In three weeks. Although the fire broke out In the miiUlle 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 of panic. dgii CHICAGO ELECTIONS Chicago, Apr. 2.-Vioyalty to the government was the leading issue today In the aldermanlc 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 'he campaign was marked by frequent fights at the political meetings. Builders9 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, MURANE8E GLASS, COMMON QjASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH ST. fk, LETHBRIDGE An Interesting note in connection' with "Scandal." the new big Select ! production in which Constance Till- j mad (re scores the success of her life, i Is contained In the settings of thel Vanderdyke country home, where j Beatrix, the spoiled daughter of the' family queens it over every member! or the household. This picture is ut ' Starland. | The VanderdyUe place in real life i is none other than the beeutiful estate j of Commodore K. C. Benedict at I Greenwich. Conn., which was placed! at the disposal of Miss Talmadgo and 1 -her director, Charles Giblyn. by Com- Newark. M. .T.. Apr. -. - Charles M. I moilore Benedict himself. In fact, so Sc'hwab, chairman of tho Bethlehem interested was the well known yachts-Steel Corporation at Its anntnl meet-1 man In the picture that he also fur-ing here toduv reported to the stock-1 nishert hiB famous steam yacht, the holders that the shipbuilding depart-1 Oneida, for a number of equally 1m-ments of the company are now being j Portant scenes In the story, operated at. full capacity, the \ Hi LA8T TIMES TONIGHT Constance Talmadge 'SCANDAL' STEEL PLANTS RUN AT FULL CAPACITY WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING THIS FEATURE. MI88 TALMADGE IS BEAUTIFUL. HER ACTING 18 SPLENDID AND THE STORY IS EXCELLENT. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Clara Kimball Young IN Without a Soul Alao First Class Comedies Admission 20 cents and 10 cents MAJESTIC TONIGHT At 8.30 For Charity Mr. Richard Hincki and Party IN HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR Popular Prices .. 75c, 50c, 25c All Seats May Be Reserved. majestic THREE NIGHTS 8TARTINO Thur., April 4th (THIS WEEK) MATINEE SATURDAY FIRST SCREEN APPEARANCE OF A NOTED BEAUTY. fa. . I r /Wine- Elliott, Goldwyn ffciure* 3tmn 1 IN Fighting Odds By Rol Cooper Megrue and Irvln S .Cobb. A Story of a Wife'e Loyalty and "Bio Business" PRICES, NIGHTS: Main Floor, any seat ..... 35c Balcony, any seat......... 25c Children, any eeat......... 10c Matinee Saturday, any seat 25c Children ................. So Twice Nightly at 7.15 and �.10. steel plants runniiiK at So per cent of capacity as compared with sixty per cent In January. Mr. Schwab nald the increase in output was due to the improvement in transportation faculties. WILSON HAS NOT CHANGED ATTITUDE MAXINE ELLIOTT COMING TO I MAJESTIC THEATRE THURS- l DAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK ^�w f\ff Pf T|| Mg WM- F0X PRESENTS WILLIAM FARNUM IN A ROMANTIC DRAMA OF O^HtvM-"BATTLE if HEARTS" TUDH0PE-ANDERS0N AND EMMERS0N FARM IMPLEMENTS Two Car Loads came today, Wednesday. v For Immediate Delivery Drills, Engine Plows, Discs, Harrows. THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. 8. New York. N. Y.. April 2.- President Wilson hiiM not changed his attitude concerning; a neROtlate.l pence with the Central Powers as expressed In his Flag Day uddreHs, IUb reply to Pope Benedict and his racssuge to congress on the declaration of war with Austria, according to a letter be lias written to Uishop Theodore Henderson, of the Methodist church, made public here today by the Mat ion al War Council of tho church. The president's letter will be read from , nil Methodist pulpits In the country and the National War Council announces that all Methodist ministers have been ursjed 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 arms, a "lasting and righteous peace," and for the men "defending the cause of truth and freedom. In the awful battlo being waged across the seas," was made today In the senate by the Archbishop ot York. The Invocation closed with the Lord's Prayer In which senators and spectators joined. What promises^) be one of the most noteworthy screen events in local theatrical history will lie tlu> appear-anco at the Majestic Theatre on Thursday, KrMay and Saturday nights this week of Maxine Klliott. the famous beauty of the legitimate stage, in her new pluy "Fighting Odds." "Fighting Odds" has as it's authors none less than Irvln S. Cobb and Rol Copper Megrue. Mr. Mo^rue Is authl or of many notable stage successes including "It Pays to Advertise," "Under Fire". "I'nder Cover" and "Potash and Perlmutter." Irvln S. Cobb's works have been read ami 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 i* easily seen that "Fighting Odds" will be the picture event of the season. two-reel L-KO Comedy. ANOTHER DRAFT LEAVES Winnipeg. Apr. 'i.-Four hundred and fifty western soldiers left Winnipeg for the east this morning. Four hundred were from a depot battalion of Infantry and 50 were a draft of artillery. Major Dixon Is in charge of the artillery and Captain A. H. Pat-tin son 4s in charge of the Infantry. Three other officers are in the party. BANDIT ROBBED BANK Cincinnati, 'Apr. 2.-An armed bandit entered the. First National Bank of Madlsonvllle, a northern suburb of this city, shortly after the noon hour today, forced two clerks into the vault, took fft.000 In bills from the cashier's cage and made his escape in a high-power automobile. ITALIAN STR. BUNK New York. NY, Apr. J-The Italian steamship Aletsandra, a vesial of 2432 tons gross register has been eunk by a Uerman submarine of the Island of Madria, according to advices re-c�ivid in marine circles bar* todsy. The crew was landed last atotnrday at Funchal. a CREAMY LOTION MADE WITH LEMONS Prepare a quarter pint at about th* coat of a small Jar of common cold oream. When this home-made lemon lotion la gently massaged Into the face, neck, banda and arras dally, the akin naturally should become soft, clear and; whHe, and the complexion dainty and attractive. What girl or woman hain't heard of lemon juice to remove complexion blemishes; to bleach the skin and to brine out the roses, tho freshness and the hidden beauty? But lemon juice atone 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 a 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 ot ordlnsry cold cream. Be sure to strain the lemon juice so no pulp fets Into the bottle, then this lotion will remain fresh for months. When ap' piled dally to the face, neck, arms and bands it naturally should help to whiten, clear, smoothen and beautify. Any druggist will supply three ounces of orchard white at very Utile cost and the grooer has the lemons. In this swettly tr**rant lemon lotion ladle* ogn ea?ii*lprepar� and have an InMpenaiva ttUK aid which, perfectly stgWteV thelr^atnral " jbaMtiftI soft sa> desire for -Advertisement. ;