Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY. APRIL 8. TtM� THE r.r-^UBniDGR daily IinRALD PAGE Wilson Gives His Answer; Force Till Right Conq^ers Baltimore, April 7.-Proldant %VII�on at a graat Libarty Loan maatlng hara latt night gava Am-arlca't anawar to the Oarman driva on the weatcrn battlfc front and to the renewed propaganda for a Oerpnan-made peace. To all propoaala t6 end the war before Oermany la awakened from her dream of world dominion, Amer-lea's ar\awer was: "Force, force to ths utmost, force without stint or limit, the righteous triumphant force whieh shall make right the law of the world and caat /every sfIfish dominion down in the dust." Doom of Militarism I,on(l()ii. April S. Till" doom of lUe nillljiry powr In (loriiuiiiy wus pto loiiiM'il l)v I'n (idiT.I ^^�|I^l^t In lili ipcecli :!t liiiltlmort! snj.i tlip MominR "Amid IllC Slll'H!Khlp witli Am-frli'un ImttallonH. wlilcli liavo been put into the HtrugBle On two Turkish ronts Uroal Britain Ih bearing tbe en- tire burden of the war. On the tndlun frontier hHo has to be always od Knard. lu Kasl Africa she Is defeat Inn ihn last remalMH of Ihn Oerinau folonlal rorr�>n. Her navy of 460,000 men Ih tnatntalnlDK a alenpliiiiii watch on I he hiKli seit fleat. Her merchant set vice of tOO.oOO men unshaken by the > i.nd they Rreatly mistake the spirit of her people who show that they would ,eH-rape prIvutioiiH, sufferlnR and. death by nolnjt back from the way ^n whli li tbey began. Wn know that In American riame.i the same spirit as ours AnicrlcH :ind the allies st-.nrl for Jum the and lichi. and Oerniany for Uo tulnlon und violenne "When dcsldent WlhiOn solemnly declares that In 'utter salf sacrifice and self-forKetfulness'. America will give 'All that we lost and all that we havo to redeem the world and make it fit for free men like ourselves to i live In we know that his pledge win he kept." indigestion and . constipation miekly Relieved By "Fnilt-a-tltes" wneniiuiry Ko! noN, P. Q. "I gtifTcred for many yrsrs with Urrible Indigr'^lionanil and to tlie surprise of ray doctor, I began to improve anil he ndvised me to go oa with "rriiita liv,n up hrii-fly j Owing to til.' fii' I thiit ii niiiiiiia42l b\h St, N. E.. ContM. Ohio, Sometimea there are aerfooa eandi-Mens vrhcre a hospital operation is the nly altamative, but on the ether band ao many women have been cured bv tliit famous root and herb remedy, Lvdia E. Pinkbnm's Vefetable CompeuoiJ, after doctors have said that an operation was nseesssry - every woman who wants . to av(/i4 an operation should gira it a fair trial 4>efora submitting to aach a trj'inR ordeal. If complicatlona ezlat, wrtu ta Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., far advice. The result of maoy years experience is at your service. quentlv permitted cities being allow-1 dpnltty. cd to do certain things which were I Hon. Duncan Marshall, aald. that really "gainst their best Interests I after having been tn consultation with simply because such things were ask- i Btock owners he had decided on a coned for. I BOlidatlon of all Ihe laws relating to -Mr. Perrie says "If would appear to i stroy animals, entires, animals Im he in Ihe best interests of all our i Pjunded. ami inischlevlous animals. didly we have nothing btit unstinted praise for the production." The theatrical critic of the Morning .Mbertan concludes a full column review with the terse statement, "li was a great success." The Calgary News-Telegram devotes two columns to the i^tory and the production and remarks: 'AU who saw the play must have a deeper feeling of affection for the men who don the khakt and go 'over there.' " After reviewing the opening nlglit's | performance at Lethhridge. the dramatic critic of the Lcthbridge ^erald says: "Lethhridge should lirTu cut in force tonight to give the boys tlio welcome they so justly deserve." All or the Kdmanton newspapers gave very flattering reviews of tli.i "Volnutttr. � "iMarmadukc" of the Kdinonton .lournal say?: "We know AT THE MAJESTIC since last seen here the Fsmons nosfoniatis wlio return to the Majestic theatre for 2 nights tomorrow and Wednerday, have tinflergone an almost complete rcorganlxatlon. Mke any other organization a theatMcal company must have an Infus'loh of new-blood every hc. often cr It grows stale. This season there arc more new fac-t�i than old In th" cast, though several ot the old favorites among whom are Doris Cantleld. Illllee ONeil. holo Vox and Mayhelle Taylor are still with the coi.ipany. some of the most important parts iire iu the hund� of strangers to local playgoers, eevorai are fresh from the Uostonians training school, while others have been recruited from yaudevllle and eastern attractions. cities to have a general city act plac-' Tnese various regulations, and acts ."""le'hlng of the humor ot soldiering ed ou the statute for all ttat' cltirs In would be embodied in one act which 'rftm Hairnsfathei^and others, and li the provlncfe I' it lirat aliV)eslble to would he introduced next session. ! ^a" brought out In effective fashion ,lo so." 1 Mora Advertising ' la�t night Heartier laughter has not Kive new villages were Incorporated . Mr. Dovls and H. C. .Montgomery, heard in the theatre for some during the year: Czar. Clalrmont, Ed-j ^Vetasklwln. urged better advertising j Hme." AT THE EMPRESS ."Come Through," Oeorge Bronson Howard's mightiest melodrama, which is In seven acts, will he the big attraction to he seen at the popular Empress theatre tonight, llerhert Raw-llnsvti. Franklin Karniim and Miss LaUe are the stars In tills great surprise feature whlcli look all New York by storm when it played to an extend ed engagement at the Hroadway theatre. All llerbpji J?awlln:son does to give 'Cnme' Through ' u whale of a puucli is practically nothing; only to burgle a hou.se full of wedding gilts- marry a society girl at thu point of a gerton, Hiuih|i,nden and Jenner. bigsaietorid ^Mcline Universal Tractor shows up strong in demonstration. PuUs two 14 inch breaker bottoms in toogk-est of sod. Depth of plowing makes no difference. flTIlP success of the MoUne Trac-^ tor at the demcnstratlon on Saturday came as a revelation to the spectators. The ease It ran nway with the two t4-inch breaker bottoms on tough gumbo sod, on stony and hilly ground was simply astonishing. ^ "Yes," (said the Illinois expert) "and in three years every gas tractor mado will be on the lines of The Molliio, they simply have to coiue to It and that's all." "1 see now," said one of the oldest farmers in the Lethhridge district, "where this Tractor gets Its reserve power you have been adve^ Using so nftuch, it is quite uppav-ent." The Molinc Engine is possibly one of the finest made. / The Moline Tractor Is in a class by itmir. Tho price beats all other makes, no excitj>tlon. It Is entirely a one man outfit for Ulitdcr and all work. Nothing on the market can equal It. Plows bitched to Tractor saves power. Operator has the plows ul bis foet. can see his work. No useless dead weight-size and weight don't count. , No small wheels (which are useless) to push In fl-ont. Moline Plow (^o., with Illt.OOO.OOn capital fully paid up say: "We absolutely stand behind and guuraii-teo the Moline Universal Tractor to do Its work." Arrange to see it working on a farm quite close to lethhridge oper ated by Iho linmerB, Phone 1301 for appointment. W. KEITH BELL Agsnt for tethbridfls 1212 Mb Avanua t. t claiminr that owing to the lack of publicity animals were often sold for n,ere expenses. i Mr. .Marshall said that might be so ! In ;iome cases. Generally, however, a good price i was obt-ilned tor cattle. The mitiister pointed out that a'l anyone who had lost cattle had to do was to communicate with the livestock commissioner when a complete list ________ I ol all stray animals would be sent Foremost, April C-The Weber Red | ^he committee also discussed the i Cross society held a successful sale i question of the widening of sleighs of home, made cooking and other; ,,otlon at W. A. Rae, Peace things at Ihe Sugar Bowl, Foremost, mygr for Mr. Montgomery. P. W. last Tuesday afternoon, April 2nd. j Lu,dy_ Stony Palin. said that farmers During the afternoon the horse which | owned nutos were forming clubs Air. K. Skekon so kindly donated to 11,, carry out what .was suggested. J. the Red Croas ^as raffled, Mr. B.' a. McCoU. Acadia, thought that noth- vampire eternal Wright, of Poremiott, being the winner. Th� members of ths Weber Red ! t'ross wish to thank Mr. A. D. Mad-j hurst tor the way he ruatled around I and sold ISO tickets. Also Mr. Green I for the use �f the sugar bowl. Mr> , Jack Little for keeping the horse for I a week and getting such a good- price :for the turkey and cakes that were ing should he done until after the war. Mi^. .Marshall replied thpt he would like to have the matter discussed tbtoughout the province before leg-Ulatlve action was proposed. Ho would like to hear from the U.F.A. and other bodies on the matter. Factory Act The only amendments to the factory left from the sale. Also Mrs. A�hmore,|,ct to be introduced this Bession of of NemlBCiWj. who sold ao many tick-; the Legtslatus* will be those to give ets, and all others who in any way helped tu make the sale and raffle a success. The sum of |Sd8.00 for the horse and $57.15 from the sale made a total of tSt5.16 for tha Red Cross. the chief inspector power to exempt from its operation factories, and works i.>ogaged in the manufacture of war supplies. This was the announcement made by Premier Stewart Monday morning. Won't Touch tterea No action will be taken In regard Hot, to the operations of the act In rela- STANTLID THIM Baltimore, M. D., April 8. .....___..........____^......, slag balng dumpad Into the river *t 1 tion "to "the retVlT trWo ln"connectlion "The Kternal Vampire.' I shonld not have objected if the scenario editor hftd decided to title by screen play in that manner. For 'Dolores.' th-woman 1 portray, is the vampire And the vampire IS eternal-as eternal a.s woman." Thus speaks Mary (Jarden. whose appearance in-her production is announced at the Majestic theatre starting Thursday night. And those who know the famous prima donfta and no less famous public figure may bear witness that no fear of the epithet "vamp" could have deterred her from her choice of "The Splendid Sinner." for she considered hundreds of stor-laa submitted by'distinguished wrlten-i for the stage screen and cinema before electing to play Bolores Kargls in Kate Jordan's drama. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT JACK PICKFORD AND LOUISE HUFF IN "Jack and Jill A FASCINATING STORY OF NEW YORK'S EAST SIQE AND THE PLAINS OF THE WEST, ''ROPING HER ROMEO" two REEL PARAMOUNT-SENNETT COMEDY. THESE ARE ALWAYS GOOD. ADMISSION 25c AND lOe Sparrows Point works of Bethlebera with which the retail dealers assoc- Sfeel pril S.-The tsv. sge Arms Plant In this elty wse tied up at neon today ky the atrike of nearly four theussnd msn. This . pisnt Is manufaeturlna the Lewla Maehlne Owns and for aeme menths has bssn makini guns thst are ehipped direct te Franee and are used en French, British and Amerlean air machlnaa. Also quantities of the guns ere beint made fer the equlpMtent of Hho Amerlean airplanes and ths ^rk hat^ hsen eonsldered so eifheiMleJ^ that men employed In the plant have been eaemptod from the ael*. eetlve draft ^ U pmpresc JL^ Tonight-Tomorrow IfXt. 25c DIRECT F^OM BROADWAY THEATRE, NEW YORK WEIHROUtli' THE NEW YORK AMERICAN AlOl- -" 'Come Through,' the most striking melodrama ever shown on the screen is Oeorge Bronson Howard's michtlest novel. The romance of 'Come Through' la unusual. "There have been shown before, on the screen, marriages performed ^t the pistol point, but the ceremony In Mr. Howard's phbtodrama has ita own particular punch to thicken. The action speeds the melodrama thrlUs. there Is a veriUble deluge of erents. Through It sll the romance ereatually scintillates with Mccess. It take* aeorM Brenson Hetw-�rd te WpIU �aal Malodrtma. I Underwerld. Alsa Mtoa MoKenale In M^ular Bent*. The l�etr�va rsatiire. OIIATt SCCNI6 PROBUOTION ALL NIVT THIS SIAMN. , , Pricet......... .......lSc.Sles7Scs %m SIATC NOW SILWlN* ' ^M^MSMplf, 786?