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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. APRIL 8, 1913 THE LETHBR5DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE jKEEPBAlMl ESTIMATES FOR TELEPHONE DEPT. OTTAWA, April Sir Thomas White presents Ills budget to the Louse lie will bo. able to announce revenue for the year which closed at the end of ivoll in excess of the estimate. In the last budget rev- i-mie was estimated at Tlio niouthty statement issued by ,expenditure, less war. about-2 finance department today shows that I cent of tlie "war expenditure 1J17-1S it was 191S-U H-vras 506.1S4.0W. expenditure during the yea ft'as an increase of ap- proximately the prev I6us year. Out. of the of ordin arv revenue over ordtirury and capital f per be That is liv lion. Sir. Marshall to Questions U.Housi- to Credit of Depreciation To (Special to The revenues received during the fiscal vear total 53C5.230.0M, or JM.OOO.WW over the estimate and f 33.000.000 over, the revenue collected in the previous fiscal year. (X revenue the great- est increaso cumcs under-the head of itiisccllaneoua, practically.' all collecl- .cd by way of direct Uxatton. sucu as income tax and war profits As compared with tuo previous fis- ?-al year the.-yield of miscellaneous revenue.hns practically doubled. Iu, WHEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES Sloan's Liniment scatters- the congestion and relieves' pain A little, allied .-.eillivut'rubbing, v.-ill penetrate iinincdiately and-rest and soolhe'tlle nerves.' ,i Sloan's Liniment isrfcry cfiecjivc iii allaviiigr external' pains, strains, stiff joints, sore mus- cles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica, rheu- inalic twinges. Keep a big.bottle always on hand for family use.1 Made in Canada.. Druggists everywhere. Sloans and 11.20 met, practically the same percentage as TVBS available In the previous year, although the war expenditure has been 547.WO.OOO greater. The figures for J91S-19 are: Ordinary revenue expenditure Capital expenditure less i war................. Surplus of revenue over. i ordinary'and capital ex-. penditurc, less war H2.27I.191 Revenue from customs excise are growing in-spite of prohibition During tUe year customs brought En JI47.740.000 and excise In Ihe previous year the were: Customs Kxcise............ S6.C7I.OOO The post office Is Ihe only revenue which shows a reduclion. II. decreased (luring the year by about Or- dinary expenditure was decreased by anijroitai'.ely f In the last 12 months the net of the Dominion has grown from to i KU.MOXTOX, April S It J. i former assistant Alborla _________ i ucjiy commissioner, whoso activities 'in inviting, showing Menliouites aiiout (Sutcial to tin" Herald) soliciting tad sales April commissions (roni them: occupied ;thy debate fn the house Mon-i much tiine public, amounts com- hi the legislature passed the mittc-e telephone CBtfmctcs including reports adversely tcrle charged to capital account i ainst lliui; 7hl3 was ilu; gist of HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Lye h'a.s long been regarded as a hold "necessity because of the fact that it is useful in so many ways, and so satisfactory in every respect that no woman feels that- she can keep house without it. Hakes the .finest kind of soap for washing and cleansing, .One can of Gillett s Lye will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of its uses are shown in booklet under the label, LYE EATS DIRT" Made in Canada. Zm f j and 1 1 MO WO to bo charged to oiie'iu the l come, divided as anro operation MWO: will to shown at SiarlauJ oo Wyilues- flay and Thursday, louse MonJtiy i GAVE millions from' the opposition. Mr. I FINE ENTERTAINMENT said that Daley would lie I night the Castle Snuare hntor- ontingenrfus and ialnc; a fine baritone voice- ol great range, i gar Ueise, was a prime favorite irilll power and purity ol lone. His ron- His toue was as clear as a ilition of "The Trumpeter" brought I bell ami he has abundant-technique, forth a well deserved encore. Mr. j The i-ornct work ot this young raan Itussell also proved himself an excel- Las probably never escelled in lent accompanist. The work of the i Le'.hbridge. orchestra was apparently music not I Theodoro SriiocK in d that only Jl.25d.000 will te torrowe for this' purpose, the other J750.000 l.elngj returnable out of tlie general fund of the province. The premier, that Ills idea was that this sum would be used lo help sciuaro Hie capital, ot UIB tele-' phone system with the depreciation; expected" lo he shown by the physical, valuation of plant. his novelty has a brlgi The cornetist. piano much humor by Ills clever impersonations of how different, celebrities the, old Scotch air. "Annie The urogrararao throughout clever, clean and wholesome and Manager Brown is to bi: conpralulated on bringing tUc 1- Castle Squares to the city. NOW BRIG.-GEN. PANET April As- soclatcd Deb J'anet gazetted as brigadier-general. MEGANTIC WITH 2000 HALIFAX. X. S., April The Megantic, with re- luming soldiers, re- ports she will be off Cbcbuelo ileail early tomorrow morning. MONTREAL, April will almort certainly be a strike of the of the Canadian Express .company on Thunday to statements iwuedVy the company this morn- It will affect-clerks, porters, dri- vers and-train messengers, and. only the minister of labor can prevent taking place. The increased demands of ine employees >re now before the labor of appeal, but Ire men refuse to await their deciiion and hive called the strike for Thurs- day were sihgiuj, giving orchestral num- j hers or doing 'novelty stunts proved themselves possessed of rare ability, j In the quartette work Ihe pieces blen- ded in perfect harmony, which only comes from conscientious practice, i The soloist. Ralph lUlssell. i The Teeth IF you have rheunmtiaio, n4u- ritis> 'ulcerated it's to one'you have bad teeth and most likely pyorrhoea.. aud It is not a liiere coincideiieo Ihat they oce'ur together. It is a clear ease of cause and effect. }Iosl 'likely ure tn blBmo for your Doctor'will tell that rheumatism briginalei in Ihe moutli. Asii lilni. We iiavj niaile, a- Spec-jal study .'of tll-J dread disease of. Pyorrhoea an'i arc now treating many cases with siicciisX bo cured If uiken in time.'ConeuU __ us delay.. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gende Art- 'REGIN'A, April colony ien- noniles froni the communities near Svitt Current, Herbert nnd Rosthern, liavc united to fight the Saskatchewan School act and the School Attendance act and will ask the courts for a legal definition of their status in regard to compulsory anendance at public schools. A stated, case will bo carried to the.supreme court of Canada hi tho event of adverse Judgment in the lower courts. Representatives of the colonies were sent to Winnipeg recently to engage] legnl advisors with-instructions to prepare to institute an appeal against] David qrifntn. Women! ,lt's Cheap! Use Letnon Juice and Make Lotion ONE NIGHT ONLY THURS. OF THIS WEEK tlie tivo acts. Their case will ed on concession Claris in the agree- nicnt made the feileral govern- aient in 1S70. CXHJGHJ' t and ductlon marvellous pro- of the World'' opened 3O MCOKf-STOPS COUGHS HALF TTTir TTO OBUHttJI UUVtimi f i 11 i is'engagement at tbe ColoniaJ the- atre last ntglit, to an audience whicii filled tho Uiealre to capacity. It is without question Ihe greatest -plioto- plav spectacle tver seen citv, and" will doubtless draw large audi- ences to the.iCplimial where je snown again tonight and "under actual fire in the British and Prencli trendies intervals covering a period'Of more than IS was the nerve-racking experience of Ml- lian and Dorotlij- Gisli. noted -motion picture Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson '.i -I High Grade .American Dentistry raCNE 363 Ott 81k., 4 Doors from Uthbridge LETriBRIDGE, ALBERTA EIGHTH AVENUE t. v EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. To keep your skin and complexion naturally soft, whito awl clear at all times you simply must use a lotion or cream everyday. Uut choose the one that' is best and costs tie least. Tlie juice of -two fresh lemons strained into a bottle three ounces ot orchard white makes i whole quarter pint of the most rc-i markable lieauly lotion at about thej cost ons must pay for a small jar ot the ordinary cold creams. Care should be taken to strain the lemon julco 'ihrougliia fine no lemon pulp gets (his lotion will keep fresn for months. Every woman knows lliat leraoh juice is v.sed to bleach aud remove such blemisbes as freck- les, saJiownass and tan, and Is (ho ideal skin softener, sinoolhcner and i beautitler. x Just try this lotion'. Jlake up Quarter pint of. Oils sweetly fragrant cream nnd massaEe it into tbe face.1 neck, .arms 'and hands. II nal- hrally help to freshen, and bring out Hie hidden roses amV beauty cf "any 'skin. Your d nig gist will sell three ounces Hieir mother 0; orphard white at little cost, and any grocer will supply the THE SOCIETY EVENT OF THE SEASON The Gladys Attree Classical Dancers Presenting a of Artistic Clalilca! Dances and Ttrpjichorein j BEAUTIFUL SPECIAL SCENIC i- AND ELECTRICAL GIRLHOOD EFFECTS. GORGEOUSLY ORCHESTRAL Jr. GOWNED ACCOMPANIMENT Prices: Adults 50c; Children 25c. f EEDS' LjJLjLSkJ IF YOU WANT TO HAVE THE GARDEN, YOU SHOULD BUY THE BEST SEEDS. WE HAVE THEM. SPECIAL PWCES THIS WEEK Date For Sale IN CAR LOTS Write or wire for particulars. Wo.maKe quick shipments. tiJALbEN ELEVATOR CO., Lid. Rouleau, Sask. accomnanied David Wark Griffith to c._._..... the Verj- front line trenches in France. Advertisement, to secure the important scenes for of tho'World." The Gisli family, with Robert liar- on, Josephine Crowell, Kale Bruce, faster Ben Alexander (six ycarsxot Rouert Anderson, George raw ett, George A. Siegniann andjoliier; who appear In "Hearts of the'WorliV E. Picariellp THE BOTTLE KINC ALT A. Top Price for I. I'casi American Wonder, per Ib................ I'eas, Kxtra Early, .per Ib. Peas, Thomas Bcanj, .Black per Ib. Beans. Broad Windsor, per Ib................ Senrlnt Kunner, per. Ib. Cors, Sioux Sn.uaw, i per Com, Mammoth Whito Globe, per Ib......... iMnvers Yellov( Olobe, per Ih. Btcu, Crosby Carrots, Nantes' Half T.onK, per 3Sc 30c 40c 48c SOc 30t .35c Parsnip, long, anioolh, per Ib. ......I....... 1 (rurnips, Swede, per Ib...............'.. J Harlish, per Ih, Lettuce. Grand llaptds, i per )b. J JInngel, Ixiiig Hed, .1 per 4b.............'. llape, Kssex, per Hi. t........... Sunflower, per Ib................... I.awn Grass, Orce'n, per Ib...... Peas, choice- mixed, per Ib. Onion Sets, per Jb., 30c; 3 Ibsf. Onion JtuHlrillors, .per Ib. Crown Top, and When enoitgh bottles arc cured the manufacture of soil drinks will uo started at Blair, more. Orders taken for 2% and soft drinks. Beit Price for Ctth, rere under bcmljardment on three .eparato occasions, "and in one in-' ilnnco the attack lasted for four hours. It is interesting also to learn hat llr. Griffith was'lho first Ameri- can to enler front line trenches. Tliis was of course before tile United states entered tlio world-war. long months these were ivitl) llr. Griffith, and ies of auflcriiig arc by all odds tho most interesting CTer told by players for tlio motion picture camera.. As a result of their experience, tlio two Glsii girt? were for a long time al- most nervous wrecks, while their mother'suffered from liysteria for many weeks alter her return to the United Stales. In producing "Hearts.OT World' j Mr. Griffith has cleverly, interwoven stirring iiatrre scenes' in lo a number) of the incidents in wnich tlio- Gish eirls and tUeir. brave little mother are players. of the most beautiful Mtnes. iy lUHian and Dorotlir'Uish on the very battlefields where but a few lours borore men had fought and died. __ The company's own orchestra ac-1 company the play to COLONIAL-Tonight, 8.15 Se- We Have Cabbage, Celery, Marrow, Squish, Kale, Cucumber, Kohl Rubt, Citron, arxf all kindt of in >v Alia Letk, BINGWO N. 1I7S CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS UvtTftai LIverfMl Llytrpool Liverpool FronO Ntw York- Apr. 12 8 Apr. 15 Frftm St. Apr. 17 From New York- Apr." 19 Apr. 26 ..Royal Oeorrfe May 3 .....Orduna... May 10 ___Caranit... From Miy 15 ...CawMMrii. May-Si -1'nrchaso Propal'1 Tickets'now Friends lo ensure prompt sailing. For nil Information 'apply to' any of our Agents, or 16 Company's Office.. SCOTT (LOCK, (70 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, .LAST T-IMES TONIGHT MARY MILES MINTER IN CLIMBS THE HEIGHTS" VALSO 'WOLVES OF KULTUR' Kpisode Kignt> nnd AND TWICE WEDNESDAY AT 2.15 t 8.15. David W, Gr'rffrth't Supreme Achlevsinent OWN ORCHESTRA H EARTS OF THE WORLD It's a wonderful show. Ask any of Ike hundreds who saw it yesttr- day. MATINCES ADULTS 50c; CHILDREN 25c. NIGHTS, 50c, 75C, and BOUND IN MOROCCO" SNAPPY PHOTOPLAY The scenes of "Botrnd In Morocco" arc (aid in Algiers and is a- snappy I twentieth century pliofop.lny, filled I, wllli comedy whlcii travels at (peed throiigliout.' The picturesque coiiniry of Algiers, wlileh has been the scene of numerous' great paintings, n'orels and is flic homo of Doifelas Fairbanks' latest pro- rluced under Arlcratt ansriiocs'. Tiie ac lion has to do beau- lies of tlie hkrem, fights' with bandits. etc. in which Mr. Fairbanks portrays h an5' I Kcnd 1U Mnt3 lo the fealures Hotel,, X. Y., for I( 'woman is nerroiw et has riiity saKtn from awful pains or irregular intemU she shoukl turn to tonic made UTI ot without al- cohol, which makes woroen strong n'd sicl' women irell. H a Dr. Picrcc'a j FlTOrite frwerintion. Drijgists !tll itia efl, great traveling caravans. with Itieir tawdry camels, other anlnmis are shown. There are battles and chases on tho. Arabian desert, In'j which liiiiu'rfds take part and In vvlileli >Ir. Fairbanks rloes Ills dare-devil stunts, one of tlieso being a. dive FairbanVa maked from1 tbe lop ol a high sand-dune upon tho neck of an Arabian rfrler. wlib is passing by on a AM'Ktly speeding horse beneath. This is lollowed by linnd lo nuul figM, In rbleti, at courne, Mr. Fairbanks emerges A'K thfe victor. are nnmeroftft AitaattoiU In slirr.'.in addllkm lo the Fair- banks mrlliCKl', which nUkfl ifie slcrr ,._.. Then.'Yor the liver i nothing is so good M Dr. Rerce's Plrai-'Mit Prttets. 'ITieso are sugar-coattd nillA. composed of Mayspple, leaves of root ot tbat Nttuie grows in tlie gronnil. till I likinr Dr. I iufferftl Ttitli COMING WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY l fiwn tkitt. irwrirn n pain. Vy tion.' itxl V. ndHi-jn thct f ft M rufftr W photoplay i DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS; IN HIS LATE4T AUTCBAfT PICTUK BOUND IN ;