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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'ESDAY. APRIL �. 1918 THE LFTHHUinr.K DAILY iiF.nALn PAOB -:7r>i^- fia'MOSPHE:RtC BELT DISCHARGE OF ALIEN ENEMY LEADS 10 A COAL STRIKE THREE VERSIONS OF THE 75 MILE GUN. Th� 0 erman gun wlilrh has been HhellInK Paris pciiodi-iilly, linn boon locntPd In tho Korcsl of Kf. C.obaln, 76 miles illnUnt. Ordnanro experts are prodiulnB sevt'tal tlill leaven the Rtin iinil iMforB it haa rearhed it� ilcBtination a tImtnK arrangement rauHfs and secotiii exposlon. KivlnB a new Impetun to the nilHslle. The third Ih that the Kun ItHolf U charged with nonie new super fxploslve will throw a nhell 76 nillr�. This mlnht mean uhooting a iihell ho hlKb that it would run clear of the atmospht ri his best for tliem. One of Mr. Quulley's .siMuiul duties will be to render assistance to returned soidicis on their farms, espec ially those without iircvlouH farming expcr Icnce.  ^ DENIES IT cfr Winnipeg, April 0.-Chief of 4> Police MacPherson last night a police In connec- Hon with the murder of Con-  stable Snowdon last Kriday  night, had filed affidavits alleg-  Ing that the bullet which killed  the police officer was fired from a revolver In the hand of > Hullivan. He stated that it was > not a practice to take affldav- Its from any person accused of > crime 'before their trial. The  chief was, however, non-com-  initial "When questioned as to ^ the fa4;ts. He would neither  according to the alleged admis-^ slons of the men had been ac-  cused by them. WEIR HAS PRAISE FORAG'LOEPT, (Special tn the llcnildl Kdmcjuton, April fl.-Very t^edltabb; to the officials of the department, was Hie lomraent of James Weir, member for Nanton, on the evidence Tuesday morning at the sitting of the public accounts committee of the legislature of A. K. .Meyer, supoi Intendent of the , s( hools of agriculture, and S. G. Car 1 !""inR allowance_. Federal Mines Tii-tl Ip Today- Manager Says Knemy Can't Dictate to Him Ftecnuse Snpciint'mi'ni ( liii-; Hon ! Rldton disrilisscci \1:it rclrii . lilii 11 I oni^my of Auslriim hliili. mliicrs i of the Fcrlcrnl lOiiN , mines on' the river bottom >e-ie:ihij held a meeting and clelivreil mi iilt iniiiiiinr' to the c:ompany l'e'v:is wns lu.t ^ lelnstnted withcitil diliy llii' men would gc) out (111 Mnke I'ltrii'i v..i;' not reinstated iiml ilie mine i.i i today. Is Secretary Union Petras Ik secretin v of I.ik.tI I'liimi N(). lisr> which (iiiliii'ces miners i wflrklng in Kcd�iii 1 Ni. I :iml L'. Ifi lillj yeslerdu^r' the iiriiei have ;ili lieeii ' working'oii dii.v w.;i:e biit there luel i been an iigltalicin in lie put on tin' contract 'ictiedule. ^ esieril.iy inortiim; i;iiperintei)denl Dmiilil^nii put the i men to work on ((imii\h., hut iit ihe ^ same time he dismissed I'etras wlio Uns been agilatiiu^ the men ngninst nie (Company on varimis t-iounds. one being that the bo ses were driving the men too hard, (in the other hand I'eiras, according to Mr. .M.ick. the managing director, had said some time ago that the not getting i the work out of the inr;] Unit they i should get. It appe Its that the reason I for Petras" agiiatiim is tliat he was ! at one time liro lios, of the mine, Imt i was superseded lii that iioslflon very good reasons. Since that tiin i'd with the same alai !:'y \v!i(>n he -.vas ordered to .stand lip hc'^Jde n heauiiliil Kill whom lie had iie\er sc.'ii. .'.nd to "marry her or die " That's siiiiie situation. Thai niasti i novelist and iilaywriphl. (leorKC Uron-soii Howard. il'Viseil it. and it is Inir fori tic- first sitiiailim in the nidst exciting and eniertainin,? story of the year. : l( ji' t : the train leaves the =ita-1 'M' i inr. his linr � I'eie, w hi� i~ n l;ii'i I n I'll Ill) -vti .-I - ('are\ ,'iim-;eii\ j.T 'ill' 1-alli'i'. I .ire\ pui-r-mil � ne fly in:; : i .i in .'lel leii i on' i'lil with U:i|iili>; fnim I" liinse t-i tice plut-'�.ii;n. iir-isl.',| n;,.in tiiUini; hi- -aildle \y:'h liini ilnw nian, i;eil t'> nii .idille the iiiir , . niin iii.ilie the jiiniii encumbered wiili i:ie heavy .Mexirati .iddle ami imiin v.iriU of r(i|ie. is one I.;' the inv-i'-ries of picture tii.-it  i lilt, whiili are in'xplii alile to the un I initialed lliiuever. lie- fans will . Maje^tii ilicatre tonigh! in their latest musical play The (llrl From Over There ' Tlie i ompany have still WHth them all of tho old favorites and many new ones. Of sjiecial interest het'.ibrldge patrons will he the announcement that Ooris Canflelil is with the show this season. The engagement is for two nights. �V sensationiil leaii from horseback to the platform of a disappearing train is made by Harry Carey as an I incident of his very latest, picture, i when it Is Alberta s c fiorf to supply ..f5,,,|ting lirondwav." whi( h comes to the Winnipeg market, and when so ( si.,riancl tomorrow and Thtirsday. Carey, in Ills favorite character of. MARY GARDEN AT THE MAJESTIC THURSDAY .Mary Carden, the famous op.%rallc prima donna, will make her appearance at the .Maje-dlc theatre on Thursday, Friday and Saturday In 'The Splendid Sinner.' a play constructed along the same lines as "Camille, " Zaza" and "Sapho." In "The Splendid Sinner' .Mary Garden portrays tile character of Dolores Kargla. Pitched in a very high emotional iiey is the story of 'Tlie Splendid Sinner " A great love comes to the heroine out of a morass of lies, deceit, intrigue and passion and, like ail j tremendous psycliologlcal conflicts, 1 there is a liigli price to pay i With the half-world at her feet a* 1 the mistress of iludotph Vcm Zorn, Dolores Fargis is made miserable by hci- mn.jrlenci'. She dnsiiisrs fhi� ui.iii :in..i. (iia"el c]]t' pi. and when tiiially -lie tiienks wifli him she peeks i;l.iii' in iiie (|niei iif ilie country. In i!ie iiin ' tiii'iiral uiaiimT Hugh .Maxwell a voiinir phy-ichiti meets her and fiilN itnihr her ipell. They are ni.'nieii unil tin' until \'i IS hearing tn tiie French. In a hurst of feeling hushaiid and Mite recognizo isich other Hiit they are no' to bi liajipy. for both aiC' arrested for con--^Iiitacv Ii;. a splendiii lairlflce l)n-lores enables her liushand to oscapo over tlie lines. The jirice nf her daring she pays in a ni.iKniflrenl dUpiay nf heroism mm W EDNESDAY-TH U R8DAY BUTTERFLY PICTURES PRESKNT, HARRY CAREY STAR OF "STRAIGHT SHOOTINQ" IN "BUCKING BROADWAY*' ALSO ^ "THE JOY-RIDERS" / TWO REEL L-KO COMEDY ADMISSION 20 CENTS A 10 CENTS owing to lack of orders, it is regrc-t-table that a strike over sucii a petty (luestlcm should be allowed." Jlr. Mack is taking the matter up with the cool coipmibsioners and hopes to have the {rouble a(ljusted shortly As for reinstating uilkalien enemy agitator ho declares the lime has not come In this country when alien enemies can dictate to him how he shall conduct his business. Cheyenne Harry, Is pursuing his sweetheart to the city, to -vhich she has been curried off by the villain. He receives her message asking for. NIGHTS DT\ T\ Prescription _____ Eczema, French Itestoration fund. DSE'ttRETS"FOR UVERIND BOllil WHEN GONSTIPIiTED I requested him to pick up something for him when he was east. Mr. Cariyle replied tITat no such request had been made and he was responsible for the buying of the 8to�k for the government. Whtn Bllloua, Headachy, Sick, Sour Stomach, Bad Broath, ad 9olda. far Get a 10-cent hog. Take a Cascaret tonight to cleasM four 1,1 ver, 6tomach and Howell, and rou will surely feel great by momlnc. k'uu men and women who have head-lehe, coated tongue, a bad cold, art lillous, nervous, upset, bothered with a sick, gaasy, dtaordered atomarh. or have backache and feel all worn out. Are you keeping your bomis clean with C�icareta-or merely forcing a l>aBSBRaway every few days with aalts, cathartic pilla or castor oil? Cascarets immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, Bcmoie the sour, undiccsted and fermenting food and foul gaacs; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated v/aste matter and polauu from the bowels. H�momber, a Casoaret tonight w^l straighten you out by moralng, A 10 cent buz from your drugtist means haalthy bowal action; a clear head and cheerfulness for uoalha. Don't forgot tho chlld^nn.-AdvertisemM ANCHOR-DONALDSON UNE ^l>ULAR SKRVICB CmumU to Gluf ow r ^ full Information apply to Aganto ar C^ppny'a OfflM. 370 Main�St. THE TRAVELLING SALES- � MAN  ness suffers, factories close down. Therefore the Travelling Salesman is essentially a business man. The Order of United Commercial Travellers of America is composed entirely of business men. And why? Why do its members claim the right to this j appellation more than any other fraternal organization. In the first place the initial obligation of a Travelling Salesman la that of business building. To build up your employers business requires cei''''�nce in the employee. The Travelling Salesman has all the national traits, reliability, j good habits, Industry, politeness. He is a gentleman. He commands respect. He Is worth associating with. He is worth encouraging. This city has a branch of the Order of United Commercial Travellers of America, known as Lethbrldge Council No. 511. This Couiffil meets once a month. At the coming session on April 27tb, an open invitation is extended to the men of our city to participate in a gootl social time. There Is much to talk over these stirring times In which men of all shades of opinion meet on common ground. Coine up and meet the Commercial Travellers at the Oddfellows Hall on April 27th. IS GREAT FEATURE Jimmie. :Tho Possum " was the best burglar in Boston, but Jimmie had a big heart, as Velma Gay found out. She was in a terrible predicament. Jimmie knew where there was a iier-fectly good $10,000 pearl necklace, which was destined for a wedding present. But there were a whole lot of things about that wedding present that Jimmie dhl not know. He did not for 13 years the standard remedy for all ykin diseases. A liquid used extcrn-I ally. Instant relief from itch. Your money back if the first bottle does not bring vo'i relief. Ask also about D. D. D. Soap.-J. D. Higlnbotham & Co , Ltd.. druggists.-Advertisement. MAJESTIC 3 starting Next Thur., April 11th THE PHOTODRAMA SENSATION OF THE CENTURY THE HIGHEST SALARIED ARTISTE IN THE WORLD MARY GARDEN THE WORLD'S GREATEST OPERATIC PRIMA-DONNA IN Wlnnlpai. Kead these names, Klock, Amos Keag. Dihm, Nsttan, Spits. Koster.i Kchlesinger. Schlatter, Plogman. Ud-holni. What do they signify? The world in open competition. And what does that signify? Simply this. That our Dominion and the Republic yonder, to remain ImportadL factors in I the commercial wara of the present I und future depend upon the utmost t efficiency and development of thair: mau power. The above names are not Imaginary or hieroglyphic. They represent acute business men. Big business men. The man that are heard from In the United States and elsewhere. They compoae the commercial ambassadors of foreign extraction, working In our very raldat, vlelng with British and Canadian subjects for tho aupromacy In world commerce. Big buslnasB, corporations, and such like bava awakenad to the roallsatlon that regardiaaa of the cost, men with outstanding faculties, men with commanding Inionutty. vlalon, und farslghtodaasB, thay muat have, to maintain tha atMidard ottleloncy, I to moot the domanda ot tho (uluro. In trade and commerce. To this end then, why not encourage tho business' man at boma?> Thla elty ii ftill of' �ucb men. Tka traialllng aalosasan la not a apoka in tka .whaol. Hto rapre-senU a more vital part lb the moch-anlan of mercbanAlalMl ia import- ant Is his retponalkimy thgt if hoji Ifalla, exocutlvea art jiiwtrltaB, buat-jv AS OUT OF DATE AS HORSE CARS Slya Corn Rings, Piasters, Rater and Eating Salves Are Taboo Now. Qood things should be passed along. It Is now said that a fev/ drops of a drug called freexone ap Sued directly upon n tender ach-tg corn relieves the soreness and soon the entire corn, root und all. can be lifted out without pain. For little cost a quarter of an ounce of freesone can be obtained from any drug storr which is claimed to be sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. This la a drug recently announced from Cincinnati. It is guQimy but drioa the moment it is anplied and simply shrivels up tka/ corn wltkoulT inflaming or even Irritating the knalthy tissue or skin. (^it tkis out and lay it on your wife's droaaer.-Advertisement. --if IF you are a'martyr to Pains in the Back, Urinsry or Bladder Troublei, Brick Dust Depoeits, Psinfnl Urination, Swollen JoinU or any of the various symptpms of Kidney Trouble, take ' 1 II. 'Thrilling' 'The Splendid Sinner'' By KATE JORDAN From Sin to Magnificent Martyrdom The Story of a Woman's Saerlflcs. A Woman Who Paid Nor Oroat Debt in Silence. Greater Hun "Sapho" More AUarinf Than "Zaia" More Fatrinating Than "Camille" WITH THE MOST MAGNIFICENT COMPANY EVER AtSIMBLIO -INCLUDING THE GREATER MORGAN DANCERS. COUNTLESS SCENES OP DAZZLING SPLENDOR All Seats May Bo Reserved In Advanee.-Phono 1722. VmUmMM CA� 9C� Matlnao Saturday at 2.30 rnces. . DUC - aSC - C^Q p,rformaneo Nightly at SM LAST TIMES TONIGHT PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Jack Pickford AND Louise Huff IN "JACK AND JILL" PIVE REELS OP PUN AND ACTION THAT ALMOAT BBATt PAIRBANKS "ROPING HER ROMEO" TWO REEL PARAMOUNT-BENNETT COMEDY THAT BEAT! THEM ALL. WE aUARA#TEK THIt PROGRAM TO Bf ONlT.or THE. GREATEST LAUOH P|IObU6�RS EVER SEEN lis THE CITV. AOMttaiON tS CENT* A 10 CENT* leafsril. foWj a-SLyVVSKi"^ - Also Mlaa Allea McKgnsio In Popular Songs. EMPRESS TONIOHT 10e->Me MAJESTIC-TONIGHT B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE EVER POPULAR _ FAMOUS ROSTONIANS ^ IN THE TUNEFUL MUSICAL COMEDY The EiriFminOnir Thai! / THE BMAfiTIBT BONO SHOW OP THE YEAR BSAUTIPUC QIRkB-OOROBOUO COOTUMBB-IkAIORATK CENiC PRODUCTION ALL NEW THIS BEABON. ; Pricea...................2Sf.S0c. 7S?,$l.(ltl *EATt NOW OEbLIMO ''A � % 1 MJk^'^i, 03610618 ?60540 ;