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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TITESDAY, APRIL 9. 1M� VIE UTIIMUmCi: DAILY ni'.FlALn pAoe THREE VERSIONS OF THE 75 MILE GUN. Tli� 0 erman (Tun whirh has Iipon bIhIIIiik Pnrin pn iodi'ally. Iihh hfit-n loratPfl In llio iMtriMl of St. (".obaln, 76 miles ilisUn t. Ordnaiup experts air prodHrInK H'viiiil tli'orl.�s ;ih to bow It may ho pohhII)!*' to throw u hIipII 76 mllpfi or ovor. H nrn are thrpn with what th�! aeilal torpfdo. wiili proppllor mid wltiRH In prohahly hIiooiIiik out of thr Run. Another theory Ih that the gun Hliootn a m fired Bhfll. In this fputur^ flu nhp.ll It'uvcs thp KHii und lHfor� It han rparhpd Ita destination a tImInK arrnnRpnipnt raus.s and �p(oml pxpo-^lon. KivInK a now ImpoliiP to Hip nilHsllp. Thp third l� that the (tun itRcK la (harnod with oonio npw Kupor ixpU.Mlvo will throw a Hholl 76 nillro. ThiK inlxht moan shooting a Fhell ho high that It would run clear of Iho atnioflphi rli l.- iliiii ii I'.iims v.^iv net reinstated witlmul diliv tin' tiirii wouhl >,'o out 111! Miiki' I'liiii'i v.^i-n which i'IkIii;'! iM I 1 wm-ltlng in Ked'Tiil .Nn i �,,rv\ yi'Hlerday the ni i.i- hnv.' WEDNESDAY GROCERY SPECIALS^ Small Or.ingrs. 2 dozen. Wrdneid-iy ............ B. C. Oni-;r;. 7 ll;s. Wednesday ............. B. C. Sugar .20 ib�. Wedncioav ............. Lenox Soap. 4 liar� Wednesday Good Whiecial duties will be to render assistance to returned soldiers on their farms, especially those witlioul previous farming cxpr^r-lence. , On a mission to restor.-i the habitation of the Kren' who lo.it their homes in the great war, Mrs. Algernon Sartorls. wife of (ioneral 1'lysses (Grant's grandson, is again in (Spedal to the Herald) Kdmonton, April �.-Very (A-editable to the ofticiuls of the department, was the comment of James Weir, memlKT for .Nanton, on the evidence Tuesday moruing at the aittlng of the public a' aino time he dlsmi; j, win' driving the men too hurd. lni;i; ho did not know thai sli' iir;i:r\ii'i; a (ci'.vhc.v Iilii! email'''. Ilml diiu -li'iu' l'H''cl aiifitlKi ; Mmi tli.v iv.c ' .\'iuiiiRc'd letters in a I.udi hole- cif an "I'l aiiple lii'c; Ihr't a p. r sum v.iii, ,1 liiic'l. and a litiK w.iiicd ,n a hciii-i' '..liiiU lie. Jiniinici inlc-iidi'I in i'l.t*!'; i;,..t Ihc "'olli'':' in-'iir' wa=i i\ P'n 'c'd li\ licith til" and (li" mil lic'iairi' ai ii'ii ci'c IcM k lliai ninlil 'i'iii.-' lasi liiii'ir,.ii'r \%as- terrilily iiriporiaai to .liniiiii", Kir 111' liacl chii-c'ii this pi" 'ise naiiii'111 Id iiiui tl'i' Krenc li wiu-iIdvv i;i' w !i''M he -.^as c)rd''ic'ct to .sl.i'icl up li"s''l'- ,1 lieai'liful ;;irl whom h" liail iiri'i s.'iii, an'l iii 'many lli'l' 1)1' di' " Thai's sotiii' sitiiaiioti. 'I'hai niasti't novelist and iila>'.vi itrhl. (Jenrne liiiin-siin Ilciw.-iid. d''.isi'il it. aii'l ii is liiit 111 ' first sitiial^iii in the ni.i. I exiiliiiK ;;ili' enii'i'lainini; stoiy of Hie year. "Ip jrJt a; the train loavei the ?.ta-'in riitiinr. his hnr: I'e;". who aUii'i.! a, wi'll kuiiAi! a- r.iri'v iiiisi'ir, |ii I h- i'.ill"p. I .111'\ puisipil ml ii'ii i.ii!''nl hi'i.^i' I'l 111 lakiiiK 111 . .['' man: ui'd ' ii" \\\ iiiL: 11.1 ;n . I'liplni; It'iim -I" i'll':ii. insist.'d ,i;, w ;ni him. ll'iw �11.Idle thn iiDi'.,,. '�H iimlnTi'd Willi .iddl" and man Dll" 'l'.' til" llUs|. 111 (-', u h:' iiiii iai i'd w illi plMl- addli' ''i 11) imi iii.il 111" jiimii i'' heavy M''Xiran yard'* of iDpi-. is s 111' pii'tiiri' malar" iii'-xpli'ahl" In the iiii-I lii� avi'i'. i'll" fans will .^i'" Civil Service Act Framed By tlie Pren^ier Edmonlon. Alta.. Aiiril K -Six (lasses of the |>ubli i comedy diama.^ lor Kriiwii-ups in which' the two have worked - which is saying a great deal. The tivo-recl roinedy "Hopiiig Her llDineo." on the j same program is' a scream. ' him il'iiiu; i:. ami si'iIhk is hi'licviiii,' AT THE MAJESTIC Th" I'mnoiis Dostotiiaiis. now in their fcjiirteenlh con-H'iiitiv" season of success, will open liicir enRngc menl at the Majc^tir ilieatre fonighl in their late.jf mu-ilcal pl.iy Tlie (iht I'roni Over There ' I'll" i 'inipany have still WtUli tliem all of tho old favorite- and many new onr.^. Of special interest I.ethbrldge patrons will lie the announcement that Doris laiifield is with the show (his season. Tlie engaKOiiiPnt is for two nights. .�\ sensational leap from horseback to ilie platform of a disappearing train is made by Harry Carey as an incldont of his very ia'i'st picture. "Hucking llrondway." whic h comes to Slarland tomorrow and 'I'hnrsday. Carev, In iiis favorite character of owing to lack of orders, it is regret-; ,.,,.ygn,, \Umy, Is pursuing his table that a strike over such a I'^'tty 1 ,,.^^.i,p,,,.,r( i, tlie . i(y. (o which she MARY GARDEN AT THE MAJESTIC THURSDAY Mary (iarden. the famous operatic 'prima donna, will make her appear-aiue al the .Maje-itic theatre on 'Tliurs-day, Friday and Sntiirday In "The Splendid .Sinner. ' a play constructed nlong the same lines as "Camllle." Zaza' and "Sapho." In 'The Splendid Sinner' .Mary (lardon portrays th" character of Dolores Kargls. Pile hed in a very liigh emotional key is the story of Tlie Splendid Sinner." .\ great lov" comes to the heroine out of a morass of lies, deceit, intrigue and (uission and, like all tremendon-i psychological conflicts, iliorp is a iiigli price to pay. Wltli liie lialf-world at her feet as the mistresi-, of Hudolpli Von /orn. Dolores Kargls is mada miserable by hop (iilt-irienri-. She clesnisl'S thi mail '.'. ii.'ir'i. c ha""l ^hi- hi. and when tiiialiv' sli" breaks with hini sni' Pi-eks nl.ic " ill 111" ciuii'i of ih" iDiintry. In 111" 11111 ! miinral iiiaii'i'T Hugh .Maxwell a >.iiini; physician, mi-cts her and falls undi r her :;p"ll. 'I'hey are mi'irii'il ami no' until Von Zorn coii-frcmt-. 'lis toriii"!' nilsiri'.-:i does Maxwell Ifnow what iiKuiii' ;' of a woman II'' has m.iiTic'd. li" Icavcb lier in aii^'rr anci hiiterni's-^ S'TviuR liuinbly ami tlrelepsly Do. I'll"-; ts next si'iii ill a l'"rencii hospl. lal. uiidi'i' ,1 :ch request had been made and he was responsible for the buying of the stock for the government. When Btlloua, Headachy, Sick, fer Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad 9olda. Get a 10-eent Dos, Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanie four Liver, Stomach and liowela, and fou will aurely feel great by morning. k'�u men and women who boTe head-iche, coated tongue, a bad cold, are tlttoiis, netvoua, upset, bothered with % sick, gassy, disordered itomach, or tiave backache and feel all worn out. Are you keeping your bowfeis clean with C�acareta--or merely forcing a paeaagaway every few day* with oalti, cathartic pllU or oaator oil? Cascaiets luimcdlately cleanse and regulate the stomach, oemoxe the sour, undlcceted and ferment ing food and foul gaaca: take tho excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated v/oste matter and poison from the bowels. Remombar, a Caaoaret tonight w^l straighten you out by morning. A 10 cent box from your drugflst meant healthy bowel action; a clear head and chsortulnoBs for montka. Don't forget tho childi-aa.-AdvertiseiBM ANCHOR-DONAIDSON UNE .POPUtAR BCRVICI Canada to Glaif ow r V full l|if�rmation apply to Agenta  THE TRAVELLING SALES- � MAN  nesR suffers, factories close down. Therefore the Travelling Salesman Is essentially a business man. Tho Order of I'nlted Commercial Travellers of America is composed entirely of business men. And why? Why do its members claim the right to this appellation more than any other fraternal organization. In the first place the initial obligation of a Travelling Salesman is that of business buildii^K To build up your employers business requires ceTi�''��nce in the employee. The Travelling Salesman baa all the national traits, reliability, good habits, industry, politeness. He is a gentleman. He commands re spect. He is worth associating with. He is worth en>�ouraglnK. This city has a branch of the Order of United Commercial Travellers of America, known as Lethbridge Council No. 5U. This Comwil meets once a month. At the coming session on April 27th, an open invitation is extended to the men of our city to participate in a good social time. There is much to talk over these stirring times In which men of all shades of opinion meet on common ground. Come up and meet the Commercial Travellers at the Oddfellows Hall on April 27th. villain, lie receives her luosaage asking for , D.D.D/;-''" ____ Eczema, IS GREAT FEATURE Jlmmie. .'The Possum " was the best burglar in Hoston. but Jiraiuie hud a big heart, as Vclma Gay f