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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 2:i, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGF: DAILY IIERALD PAGE FIVE n A wholesome pread, OLD AND NEW MEMBERS OF THE COMMON*. Right to left: IJaniel D.'MacKenzin. .N'orth Capo Brofon, X. S.; V;'illiarn F. Kay, Mlasisquoi, Quo.; Robert Cruise, Dauphin, Man.; Archibald B. McCoig. Kent, Ontario; William Diitr, Liinenhurg, Novii Scotia (standiiiK). BODGET SPEECH IPOPEWILLTRY WE OUawa, April 23.-Hon. A. I\. Mac-(Tjoaji, ac^ting minister ot financi;, will not (iciivor lii.s budget KlSeech until a week from today, April ;U). He had proposed to deiiycr it TliurHday but will be absent froiii the capital a few days tliis weclc and this necessitates a poBt-pone^ment. It is estimated that the ma-.iorlty of tlic sovornnient bills on the order paper .will be disposed ot this weolc. � SAVE THE BABIES FRUIT SALT The day wilL^ttd for you as fresh as it begins - if you take Eno's each Imprning' AGAIN FOR PEACE Ivondon, April 2,^.-Pope Benedict will make another peace move as soon as the western offensive has assuniBil a new phase, says the Neuste Nach-richten of iMunich. Bavaria. The coi-Tespondent at Anisterdnm of the K.v-cUange Telegraph Company, telegraphs that the Bavarian new.spaper says that the move will take the form ot "a word of warning aU:k'lo Baking Pov/der, 2lz lb. tins Wednesday .................... White Ivory Soaf, 4 bars Wednesday.................... (Cartons) Quaker Porridge Oats, Wednesday .................... 25c 25c 65c 25c Phone 3 1 3 What the Press Agents Say RE N PRICE ii 11 KESHil AT MAJESTIC ' Men 20-^2 Will' Have to Serve, As All Exemptions Have Been Cancelled IROOPS EXCELLENT With the British Army in Prance. April 23.-In tourirtg virtually tlie whole line from north to south the correspondent everywhere found a I'eolinK of optimism. Yesterday, as the shell-stricken town of Villers-Breton-udux was reached a British military band in a camp not far away struck up a smashing march. It was a small incident, but indicative ot the spirit of the men. It is by such things as this Ahat the morale ot the troops may he Judged. ^ TAKEN INTO pOURT Calgary, April :!3.-James Jlalcolm and M. K. Olson were summoned to appear in police court this morning for sellin'gVr offering for sale shares in the 420 Gold Bar Placer Company of Potato Creek, B.C.. without having obtained permission from the hoard of public utility commissioners. Malcolm, who is said to be iu Vancouver, did not appear in answer to the summons ;iiid the case against Olson was remanded pending further news of Malcolm whnjs said to be the principal. Otiawa, April 2.1.-In the this afternoon .Mr. Proulx a.sked the minister of militia if the order in i:ouncil passed in December empowering him to release men from military service for work on the larnra still stood. .^Ir. Prouix said he aske'a the question in view ot the recent order in council cancelling ex-cmptiouo in Class One of from 20 to -2 years of age inclusive. Major General Mewburn: ".My powers are limited entirely to the order-in-council passed last week. I cannot go l)eyond tlie )>owors defined in that order-in-council." -Mr. Proulx: �But is the order-in-council of December repealed?' General .VIewburn: "It -is still operative ho far as it applies to classes under tlie Military Service Act in wliich exemptions liave not been cancelled." The $.jOO,000.000 war appropriation was put throu.�;h rommittee Sta^e w*ith ijiacticaiiy n6 further discussion in about five minutes. Pierre Gasgrain was the only member of the opposition wlio liad anything to say about the bill today. He brought up the ! case of Chas. Desjardlns, .a former ' agent ot the government who was In-' dieted with the so-calied Montreal dynamiters and was bailed out by the justice department. Sir Piobert Borden objected to reference being mafle , to this matter when the war appropriation bill was under discussion. , Mr, Casgrain: "^Vill you give us a day to discuss it?" Sir HoberJ. Borden said that ample opportunity would be given and Mr. Casgrain was satisfied. Users of coal In Lethbridge got another jolt in the pocket'oook this week when the local miners announced an increase in the price of coal of 15 cents a ton at the high line, bringing the cost there to $5,00 per ton. This increase was made to meet the increase of 20 cents a day-'allowed the miners of District No. 18, from April 1st. Local coal dealers have follow-e| the operators' increase v/ith a Most In the cost of the delivered product as the following comparison will show: Old price New price One ton lump.....$ 6.00 $ e.25 Two tons lump ... 11.50 11.75 One ton nut ..... 4,00 4.25 Two tons nut ......7.50 7.75 REDUCE SIZE OF U.S. NEWSPAPERS New York, April 2:5.-American newspapers probably will find it necessary to reduce fifty per cent, iu size during the coming year, publishers hero to attend the annual convention ot the American Newspaper Publishers' Association predicted today. Sub-jecta to receive,the most consideration wlil be how to co-operate with the government in- relieving the fuel and transportation shortage, the second class postal situation and the price ot newsprint paper. -More than a thousand pui)lishers from all iparts ot the United States are e.xpected to attend the convention, which begins Wednesday and ends Friday. I "The Man-iagc Question'' wUicli oiv I eiied'a two nights enga.^scnient at tire .Maje.^tiy il:e scenario without any attempts at imitation. Tiiere will lie a time for liini many years liciice to ai.'l tli" classic roles of the drama." "Tlie ,Soii of Ills Father." which is 1(1 be shown at Starland, Wednesday and Thursday, is a stirring photoplay taken from the famous story of that name by Itidgwell Ciilluiii. A good ediuedy win also be shown, and little Uoreeu White, singing is a fe^fture, will again delight the audiences, young surgeon who visits a far Canadian (radiiig post to fnrgopens here tomorrow. Judge J. D. Hazen of St. John, K. B.. chief justice of the supreme court of New Brurfswick. arrived last night to be present at tlie meeting. Judge f-Iazen decIaitjBd he had no fears for the future of Canada after the war. lie expects there will be a period of depression during the recon-struction_ but that this will be followed by an era of wonderful expansion and development, toget!1ier with a big increase in immigration and population. "With our vast extent of arable lands and our altnost limitless resources. Canada need not fear what the futuia hns to bring," he declared. Lovely White Skin! Strain lemon juice well before mixing and massage face, neck, arms, hands. Calgary, April 23.-For having no occupation,Mike Constantine, a Greek, ^yas fined $25 and costs iu police court today. \ .. By all means, girls, prepare a lemon lotion to keep your skin flexible and young looking. You will, soon realize that true loveliness does not mean the powdery-look or \vaxen colorlessness of Rome hot-house flower, but is typified by the velvety softness ot your skin, your peach-like complexion and rosy-white hands. At the cost of a small Jar of ordinary cold cream one can prepare a full quarter pint of the .hnost wonderful lemon skin softener and complexion beautlfier. by sflueezlng the juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle containing three ounces ot orchard white. Care should be taken to strain the juice through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in, tRen this lotion will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove such blemishes as freckles, sal-lownesB and tan, and is the ideal skin softener, sraoothener and beaiitjfler. Just try It! Get three ounces of orchard iwhlte any any pharmacy and two lemons from tie grocer and make up a quarter pint ot this sweetly fra-grai^t lotion and mBBsage it dally into the fuce, neck, arms and hands. It sbouUl naturSlly help to wiilten, soften, freshen and bring out the' roses and hidden beauty of any skin. It is ilmply marvellouB to smoothen rough. rM hanOa.-Advertit�iu�ai.;. AT STARLAND The C[uaint philosophy of two small girls, slaveys in an English boarding school, one of them a slavey all her life and tiie other reduced from riches to poverty at the death of lier father, is expressed in .^fary Pick-ford's latest Artcraft picture, "The Ijittle Princess," which was produced tinder the direction of Marphail Nei-lan from the book story hy Frances Hodgson Burnett. � Mary Picktord plays the role of Sara Crewe, motherless daughter of Captain Crjwe ot India, at whose .death the girl is reduced to a maid--Of-all work in an Knglish hoarding sciiool where she was a. pupil. When Sara and Becky sigh as they smell the I odors ot Christmas cake whicli they Know will not be sliared by tliem. -Sara remarks: "It's so long since we've eaten well-I guess we're full of liollows." Then when Becky intimates that it isn't liard for her but it must be worse for Sara, who used to he a regular little princess, Sara tries to explain to Becky that "we are both princesses-inside." This is not particularly comforting to the urchin, who declares that "the thought ain't very filling, .Miss." Mary Picktord will be ceen in "Tl>c Little Princess'' at: Starland for the last times tonight. AT THE EMPRESS .Manager Hansen of the lOmpress tlieatre promises liis pah'ons a teri-tiirc of unusual excellence when "TliS .Sign Invisible" will be seen at his house tonigiil. He says it is a picture with ii piiiich and^a moral, hut lliiit the latter doesn't strike one until the play is over, so dominant is the power of tlio iilot. Tiie ' story tells what happened to an embittered KE ELECTRIC B Tells Why a Corn Is So Painful ajjd Says CuttifiB Makes Them Grow. Press an electric button 'and you form a contact witli a livo'wire which rings tlie hell. When your shoes press against your corn it pushes its sharp roots down upon a :58nsitive nerve and you get a shock ot pain. Instead ot trimming your corns, which merely makes them gv:)\v, jusi step into any drug store pnd ask for a tpiarter of an ounce? of freezone.-.This will cost very little hut is sufficient to remove evcr.y hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. A few drops applied directly upon a tender, aching corn stops the soreness instantly, and soon the corn shrivels up so it lifts right out, root and all,''without pain. This drug never inflames or even irritates the surrounding tissue or skin.-Advertisement. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8:30 AND TUESDAY NIGI-jT Kii. W. llowland otters the Vital Play of Springtime and Love Eternal The Marriage Ouestion I This Is Not a Motion Picture Prices .....$1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c V/EDNESDAY-THURSDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT � ^ - Thomas H. Ince, while discussing "The Son ot His Father." which is Charles Ray's first Paramount production, and the miiversal appeal of the young-star, said: "If I could sum it up in one phrase I should say that it is because Hay SONS OF ITALY LODGE OF COALHURST Benefit Dance in Aid of Italian Refugees Will Be Held' In Percival's HaU/ Coalhurst On FRIDHY Ipril 2e Needs' Orchestra of Lethbridge Will Furnish the Music. Tickets $1.00 Ladies' Free Refreshments Everybody Welcom* GOD SAVE THE KING "I'll-call your bluff," said Carhhoy Senior, "but it couldn't be done. The boy is "a chip oft the block" and he makes good in this ihrilling story of love, youth and ambition. Don't miss it. Mary Pickford "THE LITTLE if PRINCESS" I Also n "A BOLD, MD KNIGHT", and DOREEN WHITE all this week 127?06 ;