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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TPRSnAY. APniL2a I'MH THE LETHBRIDCr: DAII.Y IIERALD PAGE FIVE A mhoUmomc prcad, for * slice of Bread. TKe Kiddies "just love" CR0WNJBRAND O0RNir.S�RDP hi van-fire ikm I'd ( it ! j At all iroeer* in ^ pinin.l ( Seaf Ptrfaef Sral Ouci inj s �r 2, 5, 1 Ma. K. n/l.\ N'ortli r-�,,> nr. ton N' S ; t V.illiiiiM V Kiiv. .M).s.h|s(iiioi. g\i' ; Kobpvt CrulKt, I>auphfn. Mat! ; Archibald H. MitoiR. Kfiit. uniarii); WilUiim Uiifr LuiirtiluirK, .N'dvn Scofia (�tnnil;iiKi. BUOGETSPEECH IPOPEWILLIRY IWONTRELEASE WEEK FROM TODAY! AGAIN FOR PEACE! NEWORAFIFOR 16 07. packet* Victoria Cross Rr.isir Werlneaday , . ..... Strictly Fresh tggn, p^r do'Ti Large Tins Carn.;t:on Mi'r,, f : Wedneeday . 98 Hi. lacks No. 1 Pi."!ty FVui Wec'netd.iy Pl.intction Pure Coffer, whclr o; yrct -mI, 3 lbs. Ql^^ 25c 40c 50c 6.25 Wedneiday Deliveries Every Hour Lnrge pkts. Jutiilce Matches, each W�t)nc.iday Co-'Winj) Apples, 5 lbs. V.'cJrend.iy Tiiv;-; O.iMing Pov/drr, 2^ ^ lb. tin-, W'-'inrsd.Ty ... Wl^:'.i- I1.0i/ Sf ,if, 4 hars W>dnrsd.-.y iC.Ttc'Vii Quaker Porridge Oat�. W'-(lrrS'Jay . 25c 25c . (iSc 25c 30c Phone 3 1 3 What the Press Agents Say i; ' \ Olfawa. April 2:i.-- lion. A. K Mac j , T.'iin. r uf flniiiicr. nnt deliver lil.x biKlKt'i frf,i'f(h iiiilil a j � ei'k Iron) loduy, .\pril H iiipltiil a few ' order pap'-r ..vlll be disponed of Ihls London, .\pril 2!?.- Popp neiipdii t ; will niBkn anothitr peace riKuc us .soon i iiK the woHiern offensive ha^ iis.Hiini" llie universal ronsclt'�c line from north to Houth the correKpondpnt everywhere fotiiul a fenliiif; of optimism. Vemerday. n.lii';" offering for sale .�hares in the 42i> Gold Bar Placer Company Service ,-\et in whirl! exetiiptidiis iiave not been can-I elled � Tin- f.'.iie.eon.iH 11 war aiiproprlatlrm was jiut tiiroir;ii ronimittee sfa>[('wllli 111 lUl uuiiy nfi fiirrher disi ii.sHion in live ininules, Pierre i'a.sfirain was the only nienilier of the opposition who I'.ad anythiiic to say about the bill toilay. lie hroiiKht up the case of ('lias. DcsjurdlnH, ;i former aRent of tile Kovernment who was Indicted with the so-called Montreal dyna'nlters and was bailed out by the jusiiot" department. Sir Ilol)ert Hordon objected to re-1 I'erence beinK mafle to this tiiatttr! when tho war appropriation bill was under diRill find it necessary to reduce lift> i" r cent, iu hi^.e durinp the coining . im' publishers heri to attend the ii,.iiii;il convent ion of the American Xiuspap'r Publishers' As;',oeiation preilicted today. Sub-jectsi to receive-tlu! most cmisiilera-lion will lie iiow to co-operate v.ilh the K*' .1 lo\.' -Uf.;- iii.' a lnve iif .1 ;^i)Oi| le.i!', :'.>. .1 ;;i.ii^l,.ni In li;.' telliip. nf til,, -u,]' , v (ill l: :i'il\ lol'l by oil.' of ihe iiiosi (..p.i;.:.- \v iin.i l). .r l)'She;i_ v.lio, a tlio w i!.' ami Inisbaiiil i-.s|ii � I i\ .'h ; i v, ri 5najkali!> ile'..:' mlei ;ir.: ai mii nf 'hei: roles Am|ile lomciiv i- iiijc ' I'll iiiio 11.� action bv I'raiil. MiiliU'li and Itollje Itiiy as ihe luvii;,: >Oll!l^; couple wlio are filleil .liili the efi. i ver.i em ,. of youfil ;jii;1 Invi , Williiini l llii- ;e lion. It must not be !,i;;ii)i>se.| by ilie liil" / . ' ;i,, , ' I' 1 f: ii:' M.' f tiv .' i V 1 . ii r � � id..' 1 ':i :nut ir ,i IM;. : I' �,. ill', \ w \ p|i.:il � 1 yiiiiiii; .1....... .111..- Ir J 1 iMlii;.' � ' ,'11', ic'" ,1 ' 1 111',) 1> i.!! \ I 111: lea.1 in u; iie-n .1. .,- ilieir iiiiiilels :i.!..r-- v\ hii ar. f (� i .�)�]!� '1 I 1 lie ' m ' ;� !'.l 1 11 e r ,; i ir T ;:',ini|la! iiei s, iiny liiis never ..M.I.- 1 ll IS inisi.if e 11.. )ia . :il V, a\ ^ I � ;i.' .'Na. I ly as . 1 or ; lu ; � .eiiMti.i uitliiiiii anv aii.'iiipt 111 irrii'.itioM 'r.iie \'.i!i he a tini 'I'T iiini tn;tn\ �-ears n. .� in .i,  lie , las~i. I ,ii.-- (ll the ilMiin.i  The .-^iiii (ll ! lis Kiiiin-r." w liii ll i- ' i 1 i,. -Iinuri a' .^t,-ir',! 1..1. \\'e.inesila\-i'Mii Tluir-ilii-, i- ,1 -.ti.'rin*; iiiiiiinpla\ ".ti.-n li'.'iii Ml.' :atti(iii- -nr. nf iKini. h'. Ii..i>,iie!| r.iilii.m N sm ,.| I .1111. i|', will .li-'i ll.' -li.avii. ,inil little-llnl-een Wllil.. \. 'in-e -in^'IIIH is a ii'^^tiiie, ,11'aiii .i.-Iic,.: th" aijilJ- 'AT THE EMi'RKSS Man.Iter 11,11, ien nf the fruitless tli'-i'iic (ii'nniis.,. patron-- a fei* Hire nf iiiiii,-iial eNcellcnre when ��'rii' Sii-'ii Invisiiiie I'.ill iie seen at hi- llnli-e liuii^li! sa>S it a Ilie 1"... wifli a pipy ll ami, I) nii>ral, luit :i;il the hilt.f (liiestil strike one iin 111 til" pla,v is over. SI) dnnnnaiil is :h.. iinv.ei- (if Cie plot, 'I'iie ' story tills wliai iia|ipcne(i to an enibitterei! '. ";.i;.' . irre-ili � hit \ I 1, ,-| f...- I 1. 111..,' trahiiii Ill's" i'.irr, ' i,t-- '...r,, i" � , till p.'! K a ps :i\ niil .1 i|' 1' :i I, 1 � V iii'. " lib iMIlel i'l'liu iml I 1 i' 1 i'l ii i^iiai t.'reil by 'le- \ inpi:.,, v . : '; i 11.  n - p., r., j i|. I .%�( - n'' -, �. er.i [ .1 ' ; - M r ^ . 11 i i".' .'iiT s .11.1 , - pe 1,11' '.', Ml.' '1. alh . ' ', in-itl'.'r. lu lie ' iiie III' r.'iii In- - . lie I fa.iiu'^ slatinll Jirest'li'll n\er tt>' i.nll l',,!]!- tM'ii! I'e is reail\ fm .'i;i\' son nf .h'l llni.'ll' 'rh..!'.' Ill' ; - li:-s' ;' und none of the stores opened their doors. The movlOK picture houses also remained closed and the saloon keepers made Dublin dry by obeylnn the mandate of their orKanlia-tlAn not to open. In the halls and m^tinK places throuKhtuit the city the people continued all day to siun the antl, fori .sui'ii is deeiileilly mif the case. '�Tin'! Mairiage truest ion" is a poi'cifiil S"i-] inon on inaitiai morality, whicli should be seen ami ran he seen wiili tlie nt-.most proiiricly, by everyone. It will j be repeated for the hist Ijiiie foiiiglil,! and will likely draw ano'her bi^ 1 hon^e, jiiii^iiiK b\ ll! I iiinlifs i-xi'cl-1 lent lie; toniiaiire, j AT STARLAiVD ! The (luaiiif philnsnpliv of m-.d sniair Rirls, slaveys iii an l.:iii;lisii hnai liiii'; school, one of lliem a slavey all lier) , life anil til" odie.- re.laceii fiDin riche- to pn-.-iily at 111" dealli of her I father, is exiiressed in ;ilai'.\' I'irk-foril's latest Arlriafi picture, "Tlie I I,lit!.. I'rinces.s, ' wliicli prodiued I unib r the rtireit Inn of .Marsliall .\ci-I Ian from the bonk story by �Kranceg  HodiTHon r.iirnetl. I .Mary Pickfonl |ilavs llie role I Sara I'rewe, motherless dauKhler of . Cnpiiiin Crewe nt Indi.i. for ,Sara. v.ho use;! to be a reRUlar little princess. .Sara tri's to explain to Decky that we are botli princesses-inside." This is not particularly comfortlPK to the urchin, who declares tha' "rlie thousht ain't very tilUnK, .Miss." .Mary Pickfonl will tie seen in "Tlx LIKE ELECTRIC Tells Why a Corn Is So Painful ajjJ Says Ctittir.g Makes Them Crow, Press an elcitiic billion and yoM fni'in a contact with a live* wire which rliici- 11;i' bell. When your shoes press ar:i;iiist your corn it p',l-lie,; ils sliiirp roots down jipoii ,1 ivt.siiive nerve ami ,\ on .i;. f a ,-iiiKk of pain. Instead of trimiiiinK your corn;-, ivhicli merely makes them sr r.e. .insi step into any dnis store ;.n,l iisU for il ijiiarler of a!i mine � i.f freei'dne. This will cost very jifllc Ini' is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet, .\ few drops applied ilireclly upon a teivder. aching corn stops tlie soreness Instantly, and soon the corn shrivels up so it lifts rlKlit out. root und all. without pain. This drug never intlatnes or even irrit;ites tho surrounding tissue or skin. Advertisement. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8:30 AND TUESDAY NIGHT lOd W. Itowlaiid offers th.. Vital I'lay of SpriiiKliiiii' ami l.iive l.;ieriial The Marriage Question ? This Is Not a Motion Picture Prices ..... $1.00, 75c, 50e, 25o V/EDNE8DAY-THURSDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT The Son of His Father "I'll call your bluff." ^ald Carbhoy Senior, "but it couldn't bfi done. The boy is "a chip oft the block" and he niakcit Rood In this thrilling alory of love, youth and amhitioB. Don't mls.� it. period of depression dtirlnK the recon- \ , 'V,"'"., > . 'struction. but ti.a, this will be toHow- "^^^ ! ^^-^ , ed by an' era of wonderful expansion and development, tocetlier with a big increase in Immigration and population. "With our vast extent of arable lands and our almost limitless re-sources, Canada need not fear what the fntu.v v.:-.-, to *>rtng,'' he dwlared. Lovely White Skin! strain Itttion Juice wall bafor* mixing an4 tnaaaaga fact, neck, arma, handa. Thomas 11, Inie, while difuussing "The Son of ills Father, ' wiiich is Charles Uny's first Paramount jiro ductiun, and the imiverHal appeal of the young star, said: "If I could sum it up in one phrase I should say that it is because Kay SONS OF ITALY LODGE OF COALHURST Benefit Dance In Aid of Italian Refugees Will Be Held In Percival's HaU, Coalhurst On FBIBIIY Ipiil 28 Needs' Orchestra of Wethbrldga Will Furniah the Music. Tickets $1,00 Ladiaa' Free Refreshments Everybody Walcoma GOD SAVE THE KING Mary Pickford IN ,il "THE UTILE I PRINCESS" I Also '! "A BOLD. BAD KNIGHT" and DOREEN WHITE all this �vc�k lOLIR IS PINED (.'algar). April 23.-Kor having no occupation Mike Cunatunline, a Uieek, was ftuej l^iS and coata In puitoa court today. y By all means, girls, prepare a lemon lotion to keep your skin flexible and yonnu lookinK- You will, soon realUe that true loveliness does nut mean the powdery-look or >vaxen colorlpssnoss of some hothouse flower, hut is typi- j fled by the velvety softness of your skin, your peaidi-Uke complexion und rosy-white hands. At the cost of a small Jar of ordinary cohl cream one can prepare a full (luarter pint of the hnost wonderful lemon skhi softener and complexion l>eautifler. hy squei^xlng Ihe juice of two fresh lemons Into a bottle cuntatn-tng three ouncea of orchard white. Care should he taken to strain the Juice throiigfa u fine cloth so no lemon pulp gels in. tiken thia lotioi) will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon Juice la used to bleach and remove such hlenilsbes us freckles, sal-lowuess and tan, and la the ideal skin softener, smoothener and beautifler. Just try It! Qet three ounces of orchard .white any any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and tnake up a quarter plat of this sweetly fra-graut lotion and maMage it dally Into tho (ace, neck, anna and handa. It ahouUt nulurflly help to wAHen, foft-n, freshen and bring out tba^ roses and hidden beauty of any skin. It Is fclmikly marvelloua to smoothen rough. 66939?2179 ;