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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATtTRDAY. APRIL 18. lOlR PAGE FIVE Ask Govt. To Indemnify Innocent Quebec Families Jury whtoH H�mtl|fttd th�'4t�th cf four HMMaM-kWM In tM ordsr* MPf !� nlfllit':,e# April I. thl� attlHitm kiin KMil KmsHly mtWlMo Taahlon in �hloh tiir* federal poll4-e actM toward ab^nn irwa under thp Military Serrlca Act. Th� text t)f thn venllrt in th�� rami of llonorc nertnron, otio of the vlr-(Imii, whlPh In tlin Fftma nn tbo oth�*r  hrfP verdlctn picept for tho nnnio^ ,folli>\v.H: "llonoro was'klHe�ty whil* porforniInK the duty cI repreaaiiic a riot at the comer of FRUIT SALT FamouM for Forty yoars Settleslhe Stomach Stimulato* the Liver Strengthen* ^ Digeetion Pari fie* the Blood so at. Valler, St. .loaeph aad B��ot Mtr^An on the evenlnff of Mfioday. ApHl ]. The Jury i% of the opintoa. that. r young iMiy* and of a few lllinonilon ei men who were probaldy Htrangm* to tho city and aimed tit benefit by the troublo hor*." Chlafa Evidence Chief Tnidel waa on tho atand for Kinioitt an hour and a half ai th police station cellar. Chief Trudel swore tlml nono of the federal deicctlveH wounil-, ed that night >vere hurt whflu in tlie station. They were led to the open by municlpul policl tiy a provlTKliil police officer and j (l:' roMiaiKC and pathos 1n Willi ti Monfnt' S.iH^itHiry as HaKu S:ini. tli.i neivN Ranililcr wiHi ! fall", lias npp'H-l unity *o play al! iti.s ratd.s. 01' �*iii)\vii ��i lilt! Orplu'iiMi "iilnhi 11 Is a Mliii'tilrd. A imni li I iil.iy wIMi a happy �uilinK, Hufi lii 1 iili'asr. Any Itluehlrd Kxchang", AT THE BIVfPRESS ioiliu i- till' last opporiiiiil'y \vi:ii. \\ illiaiii > llii-^ 'a'l i:n i'X'i'ai)nliii ftiMi' ;s aKi' ill' s�w�n on tiie s; [iiill liiilay a inlllrkitiK two .ut M 'iiii"t Kc> ^'''111'' I niiicdy feaiuro !eil "Cactiis .N'.'ll. iif ill. nil' ihi' ilili n\', 1 .111- AT THE MAJESTIC MaKnlfi�'ent .Mary i;niden will ap-|>e,ir for the las' time lonlKht at th* Majestic Theatre, la the play which lias I rcated miu li local romment, I "I'lie Splendid Sinner " In the play, ; Mary (iarden is stipprb for it gives 1 her new heights to rlsV to. and won-� derfiil opportiiultiei to display her drainallc art T^iilKhi's performance ; will start ut S.:!0 j "The Christian" at Ma)�stic Monday Hall Caliit's gr>ai work The Chris-linn" will lie the uitriictlon al th�v Mii.1eslic for three nights starting next .Motiduy, April Kitlj, In this production the two leniliiiic roles are adroir-iililv taken by I'^iirle Willl.-inis and iMlith Storey, these two slar-i lieInK supported by all star VitaRraplf cast. The Christian" la undoubtedly one of till' classics of the speaking sta^e ill iis dramatic form, and is a treas ur'il -.voik in the literatiirr of the day .Millloi.s have read the hook -millions liavr' seen the play All iiiotiiiii iiirtiiii- lovers will i.njov tills vlt.iBraiiii prodiiitlon of tlie iiiay. add IV lb stars .sin li in Kiirle Williams In 111' part, of .lohi. Storm, and Kdlth Sioii'v [ilayinK as (ili)ry Quayle. it will 111 all event intii; to lie remembereil , Oiii' pi rfojin.uic'- each ovenlug will III- k;i'..M\ siartinr .J .s.:iii. Tlie play is ill I'lclii parts. KU ;pntt may he re-sirvril ill .idvam c. AT STARI.AND YOUTHFUL TU campaign. This capii IMR8. REPPINC The Times. RKI3H CAPTIVE. Turks rob the cradle for the Palestine vi' was biouKht in liy the British, north of .lerusaltni. TON. wife of Col. Kepplngton, foiimr nillltary ^ri'ic (f �'I'l-.i' Spiiiilli' of Life" f"aliiriiiK winsonii- N'vi Oerlici- ami lii'ii Wilson, will 111' till' attraitiiiii at Slar-laiid fill- til'- last time tfiniulit It is a fiiH' plitinc. a good ^t.H'>. with pb'niy iif aiiioM iniers:ii'rsi"l with c�iTiiic siiiiatiims Till- pniKraiii. as a ulioli- ,s highly enitriainiiiK. Till' ri'tiia rkabic sKllI atiaincd hy uri'ai nioviiiK piiliir" directors ap-proaiiiitii; unraiinines*. 'Phis is evi ili'ncpil ill "Tiie F'iise of .li'iuiie Ciish-iiiK." Willi Klsii- Ferguson in the title roll', iiroilu'cil liy iMauriin Toiirneiir. the noti'il Fiiiu li director, whicii will he shown .It Starland Monday and Tuesday. Those who have read the book by Mary S. Watts, from which the play is udapteU. will appreciate that it is a difficult role, but it is admirably handled by the famous st.ir. A noteworthy feature la the ahilit:' to convey to the audience what th" characters are thinking nbout without Ihe use of numerous written mil's, in which art Mr. Tourneur is Doctors Fail 'Ti rril-le case of F:c7;cmB-contracted whi n a mere buy finiKht disease fiiv till years, with half do/.en specialists. I!i)th leRs in teriihle condition Al-iiiDsf a nervous wrei k- It took jilsl i liottles to clear tip this disease ' This Is the lato testimony of a prominent newspaper man. His name ar.il his reninrkahip story in full on r^^� ; (luest. We have seen so many other cures with this marvellous liquid wash that we freely offer you a bottle on our personal Kuarantee. Try it today. J. D HIginbotham k Co . Ltd., drug* gists. -Advertisement. D. p. D. for Stein Disease __-' -tj.______1- - Hi MONDAY AND TUBtOAY ARTCHArT PIOTURBS PRISEiyT ELSIE FERGUSON IN "THE RISE OF JENNY LIND" SIX PARTS ADMISSION M CENTS & 10 CENTS food stuffs. LAST TIMES TONIGHT NEVA GERBER AND BEN WILSON "The Spindle of Life" THIS IS GOOD. DON'T MISS IT. ALSO PLENTY OF COMEDY. PMPRESC M A TONIGHT ll "^ONLY WM. S. HART In HIa Greatest S-Act Drama WOLF LOWRY REELS ACTS PARTS Alao Seraan Magaaln* and 2-Reel Keyaten* Comedy and Mia* Alio* McKensi* tn Papular Songa Monday. "Th* Olri Phllllpa" In *ight r**la. Vicftiria. B. C. April 13.-The C. P. R. ijteamcrs Kmpress of Asia and Empress of Russia have been commandeered by the Dominion government. The order has already gone forth that the sailings of these ships have been cancelled. This move marks the second time that the Empresses have been requisitioned for government services during the war. areIMTheni London. Apr. n. -While the position of the northern line on the British front Is a little less alarming to day. the military authorities still take a grave view of tho situntion. accord Ing to the evening newspaper reviews Tiiey do not couceal their apprehension that if the enemy were success-ftil in his heavy blowa west of Armen tieres and compelled the Uritlsh fo ! retire from Hallleul and Haze lirouck i Ypres would have to be abandoned and the French channel ports would be in imminent danger. Kor the moment, at any rate, the Germans are bekig held, it la pointed out. The next three or four days, the reviewers Consider, will be tho most cri-tkal li\ the war. OBJECTORS GO TO JAIL ONCE NIGHTLY AT S:Sa MAJESTIC RISeRVE YOUR SEATS IN ADVANCE THREE NIGHTS STARTING Next Monday, April 15 GREATER VITAGRAPH PRESENTS THE SUPER-FBATURE "THE CHRISTIAN" BY HALL CAINI WITH A WONDERFUL COMPANY INCLUDINO EARLE WILUAMS and EDITH STOREY A3 JOHN STORM AS GLORY QUAYLE Prkei----SOc, 35c, 25c ALL SKATS MAY Ut RESERVED � LAST TIME TONIGHT (SATURDAY) Mary Garden in "The Splwdid Simer" Calgary. April 13.-Five years In the penitentiary with hard labor wan '(he sontonte this morning imposed by Magistrtte Davidsou on three Military Service objector*. Edwin Hiingen. Wih. J. Cassidy and R. Drcnnan. The men had persistently refused to wtar urjforms and had resisted in every way the authority of the mllit'>ry officers to whom they were ordered to report. __t RED CROSS AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg. ApHl 13.-With figures Htm incomplete the subscriptions to the Reel Cross from the four day drive, brought to n close last night, exceeds |582,t)00, with indicatiohf that the total will reach the $600,000'mark when all returns are in. The initial aim of the workers was 1300,000. This is for Winnipeg i.ity alone, the province being to contribute 1600,000 In uU. Koturns from the country are not yet in. ^ A bed of coal has been diacorered near the whirl pool at Niagara raila.   SUB. DRIVEN OFF London, April 13.-The Oer-man submarine which on April 10 bombarded Monrovia, the capital'j>f the African repvbllc of Llbei^. in additioi^ to d��-troylng Urn wireless telegraph station, i.^'.k the Uberlan armed vessel President Grant, It was announced here today. A number of caaualtlea wer* Inflicted on shore by the ahella fiom the IT-boat. After a h�m-bardment laating an^our, tha activities ot th* aubmaHne were Interrupted by a coaital ataanier. HER HUMAMO HAND'S POWN TONXGHT A We Show . Clara Kimball Young & S^act Bluebird Thla la poalMvaly th* araataat proaramm* ahovitn at tha Orphaum far mantha. 0*n't mtaa It. ComlnS THE FAMOUS HALLOWILL CONOaRT CO- with th* wvrld'a laadlna baritans. When you find a printer who can produce results, ask just two questions: Does he know costs? Is he honest? , If so he will not take advantagie of you nor allow you to take advantage of him. Then give him your business on the basis of Confidence. The Herald Job Department .19 75153081 ;