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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIUmSDAY, APRIL 18, 101R THE LKTIIBniDf.R DAILY IIFJULD PAGE PI Strenuous Time for Infantry llritiHli IJoiuKnia.-lora in France, iry, one of BavarlanB and two Prus- simi. An intenflu, nife'lU-long l>oni-hiirdmont waw probably counted on to loreHliill all renlatuncp, bill, thn tier-irianR speedily found that they ivero iiii.stuken, for the Belgians put up � Apiil IS-(Via IttMilpi-'s Ollnwn Agency I-^YoHtonluy was a strcMUous liino for our infancy In co-operatinu witli the Krcncli. who arc now on-KURed in (lie norlhoni hattlo. ivreaK. Tlio (hiy was Kal inl'iictory. thr^ rc-toni biilnncliiR iKsavliy in our I'avor. 'l"hn Corniiui waves daslKUl aKaiuKt our linai(t or Kciiimci (III! and went of McrriK and tlirM'c wove, two al-li'UUitB northwi'Rl of WulvtirKheui. Tilt' ('uoniy's fcraiid ohjcctivo is un-ilouhlodly doniinallon of tlio ridso svHtt.-ui from Kcninicl Hill to Wytnc-haelc. W'hlln th:' Oorinans liavfi not inailr> nny dcrinlK! Rains thtMr Iokscs liavo bi'in) appnllin/i. Onr gunncr.s. ani ici]iaMns tho on-I'uiy's occupation of tln^ evacuated i'aKScliondiilR salinnt, jirRpared to Kivo him a warm reception. When /Iho (iernian infantry advanced over t)ie dri^ary wafitr- l!ic fjrcat cornetory in the cockpit. o( I'Jurojie gathered another gliaslly loll, 'J'iio (iernian altaclc agaiiist the Delgian po.'-itions neainr the coast is especially noteworthy. In this stage of the ('ampaign, tht! oneiny enijiloyed lour divisions, one of miirino Infan- nm mm let "CliSCllflETS" LIVEN . Lie AND BOWELS figlit ranking as one of the epics of (heir Hplen^,.^ husband. The craJ comes when the husband Jinds hjj jnsi arrived from a reception wi^ seen of her worlc so far. I b"Iieve Miss; I'enninglon will surprise even those' who have admired her previous work i: o^. on the screen." Ann Pennington, not-, sensational scene fo-i ed dancer of Ihe ZieRfeld i.'ollii's. will appear in "The Antics of Ann" at Star-land l''riday and Saiurda>. AT THE MA.JESTIC COMING "THE MARRIAGE QUESTION," THE QUESTION OF THE HOUR '�The Marriage Question." which comes lo the .M.ajostic next Monday and Tuesday, is said to be rather a startling drama telling certain truths in a decidedly frank manner. Ralph T. Kettering and I^orin ,1. Howard, the authors^ are said to have written n story which developes a number of striking situations. The play is rich in bright and telling lines, and v.-hlle they abound in comedy, beneath tlicm there is a deep "The Vicar of Wakefield." featuring i significance. The plot is well knit Hamilton, April I.S.-G. Celino. an Italian who kept a candy store at 74 York Street, was Fhoi tour times yesterday afternoon and died a few minutes after--reaching the city hospital, Dominic Speranza. his nephew, is under arrest, accused of- having fired the shots. Along with him was arrested Dominic Paron, who had a fully loaded revolver when captured. The police say that the men quarrelled over money. Mr. Predcrick Ward, will prove a ,ioy to lovers of Goldsmith's classic novel. The Rev. Primrose, while winning his reader's complete love and sympathy in the autobiographical story, cannot glorify him.selt as in the screen version, where the action displays what ho modestly left to the readers' imagination. Mr. Warde is wonderfully pcast in the part of the lovable, Jong-suffering vicar, and the admirers of the great character are given an elaborate production which will please in every detail. At Starland for the last time tonight. In a statement which he made lately and the story is credited with having the "punch" tliat tells. A young girl of moderate means marries a man of wealth ostensibly for his money. lows, .lealous rage posse.'^ses til husband, and ho is about to kill tl;| man he thinks ruined his life, wife is di.Mtractcd and she tell.s of tlie graduUl change that has con over lier .qnd how she has come see things his way. She is so ups^ by her husband's action, however, ths she leaves him. He proves his love for her, by'tun' ing over the remainder of his fo: tunc In ber in an indirect manned r^he wife start:, an ideal dairy and sin. strike,-! a snag in tlie milk trust whlcl tried to force her out of business. The husband, who has been tryind fo find his wife finally locates hej .and they are reconciled by the bubj| The tour iB under the direction of th United Producing Company. Ltd., aritj Ed. W. Rowland and they have giver the play a fitting scenic equlpmen and a capable company of players, in chiding Oscar O'Shea, Wanda Ludlow and others. Seat sale Saturday at tlii box office. Ottawa, April IS,-The imperative necessity for an incrgased_,^,wueat crop this year to avert �famineJs tlie! subject of a special nies.sage of Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of agriculture to the farmers. The acreage, he s.nys, must be increased and every field capable of growing -wheat must bo planted. The message reads; "Let me again draw the attention of the farmers of Canada to the grave need of planting every pcro of land in wheat that is in shaps to grow it. The need will be very great. I know from practical experience the difficulties thousands of our farmers are up against, through the trouble they have in getting farm labor. There should iw'c bo a man idle in Canada today who is physically fit to work. The law against idleness should be enforced the same as any other l,iw. With such help as is to hand, by better planning and more cooperation between neighbors we must make up the deficiency. The newa that comes daily ?rMhat awful, grim struggle now being fought in France and Flanders brings home to us clearly and unmistakeabiy this fact-that after almost four years of war human liberty is still in the balance. ' The call for more men is urgent, and tlxc.y must to the full limit of our powei- be sent. Their places at home must be taken by tliose who remain. "Despite, the difficulties, we must produce more food than we have ever done before. Set apart all your land fit for growing crops and plant as much wheat as you can. Let me add one word about next year. Plan to bring as much new land on your farm under cultivation for another crop as 'liossible and thus increase your acreage for next year. It will be needed just as much as now." dublWesTalk What ihe Press tsSay AT THE EMPRESS Of Mabel Taliaferro, who stars in the po->verful -Metro-Rolfe production, "The Sunbeam," it- has been said that she was a stellar light even as an infant. For .Miss Taliaferro was only two and one-half years old when she Ancient Order of Foresters .... WILL HOLD A in the K. of P. HaU APRIL 22 MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF JACKSON'S HAT DYES, TO CLEAR 25c per bottle WITH BRUSH OLD HATS,MADE NEW FOR 25c  Wellington Bros THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BUILDING EMFRESC ^ TONIGHT B. A. ROLFE PRESENTS THE INIMITABLE MABEL TALIAFERRO IN SHANNON FIFE'S The Sunbeam A Metre Wonderpjay in 6 Acts. Also one of those famouB Sunshine Comedies in 2 reels, "THE SOFT TENDERFOOT," and the lateit Weekly. Also MISS ALICE McKENZIE in an entire change of songs. FRIDAY AND SATURDAt THE BIQ SEVEN-REEL SPECIAL g:;,:!LTiieflanieS,irul(on BIGGER THAN "THE SPOILERS" AND "THE BARRIER" LAST TIMES TONIGHT Frederick Warde IN WE HAVE A FEW Slaude Mak-a-Tractors FOR SALE AT $200 each Orders Must Be Accompanied with Deposit. Lethbridge Motors Limited ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH , Hold l^rivate Meeting - Sein Feiners in More Outrages Dublin, April 18.--A meeting to discuss Irish conscription was htld today by representatives of the Natlon-alistB. the Sinn Fein and labor organ--(-izations. John Dillon, Joseph Devlin, Edward Devalera, Wm. O'Brien and Timothy Healey, were among the delegates who gathered at the mauBton house. The lord mayor presided. The proceedings were private. It ia expected an official report wlU be issued later. Sein Fein Outrages Toronto, April 18.-The Telegram's Belfast correspondent says: "Kerry police are searching for participants of an ai^tack on the constabulary barracks, In which one Sinn Feiner was killed and anoth(er badly (wounded. Twenty-three ineniorial tombstones Hurrah! How's This Cincinnati authority �ayt corns dry up and lift out with fingers. Hospital records show that every time you cut a corn you invite lockjaw or blood poison, which is needless, soys a Cincinuati authority, who tolls you that a (piarter ounce of a drug called froezone can be obtained at little cost from the drug store but Is sufficient to rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn or callus. You simply apply a few, drops of freezojfe on a tender aching corn and soreness is instantly relieved. Shortly the entire corn can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. Thi!�, drug is sticky but dries at once and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. If your wife wears high heels she will be glad to know of this.-Advert. LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE SHOULD EAT PIE DAILY Pie is wholesome, combining both fruit and grain. Those who have trouble digesting pie should take ONE SPOONFUL simple huckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka. This flushes the ENTIRE bowel tract. The Vicar of Wakefieid ALL THIS WEEK DOREEN WHITE Ten-Year-Old Mezzo Soprano In Songs FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES pfESENT ANN PENNINGTON "THE ANTICS OF ANN" ____________________________________ removes foul matter which poisoned in Ballintome Protestant Churchyard | your stomach for months and rolievea in Wicklow wore tnaliciously destroyed on Sunday night. The greatest indignation prevails among Ulster IJnIoniBts. Ulster Unionist council Is to meet io consider the situation." ANY CASE sour stomach, gas or constipation and prevents appendicitis. Leaves stomach in condition to digest ANYTHING.-J. D. Hlginhotham & Co., Ltd., dru^ists.-AUvortisement. QRPHEi;]!! \W TONIGHT If JL ORPHEUM TWO DAYS, STARTING FRIDAY, APRIL 19-20 The Famous Hallowell Concert Co. 10 People. Including the WorId