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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY.'AUGtiSf IB, 1S18 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE I Enthusiastic Their Coming Krcc NOW" GET AFTER THESE DOLLARS We have the goods. We have ihe values. Our prices are right. And yet .jhere is a lot slipping away from us: constantly.. Join the Tracle-at- Horne campaign. London, Aug. population I gf the Murmansk region received with joy the British force iliai landed there recently, according to an allied diplo I mat u-ho has arrived in from Petrograd. Murnian when tlie Brilist I troops arrived." he said, "and 1 an ablo to describe the pleasure lha their arrival caused. Old men aw women wept with tears of Joy, cryin I 'at last Russia will be saved.' Th peasants, wbmen ami arislocrac know that Germany is their enemy. "Never has the situation been so I favorable as today tor ihe presence of the allies In Russia. Many men in Pelrograd who held high positions In I the old Russian army say their worst enemy They have told I mo that tltey now know that the only I real friends of Russia are the allies." Urge Bolsheviki to Fight. Amsterdam, Aug. Sixty propa- gandists belonging to the labor organ- Illations supporting the liolshevikl re- Slme have- left Moscow for the front where the Bolsheviki are fiRlifing the Czecho-Slovaks', according lo a Mos- cow telegram by way of llerlin. Tho object of ths propagandists is to stim- ulate tho military of the Soviet 1 troops In their campaign. Addressing the dele-gates In a fare- well speech, says Hie message, the Auc- squadron of cavalry to be furnished by the Nnrtbwest Mounted Police forie, will form part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force to Siberia. Tht squadron commandir has not been appointed. HIS SUCCESSOR. French Headquarters in France, Aug. neuters Limited.I The successor ot General Von Mudra. who commanded the first German ar- my in the attack on General Gourard's army In the Champagne last month. apparently is General Von Carlowitz. a 'Saxon, w-ho had been minister of war In Dresden and had distinguished himself In leading a Sason army corps In the offensives ot this year. .AT THE OKPITEUM The. surprising mystery yarn. "Mid- night written by Elliott J. flaw-son and directed Rupert Ju- lian Is "ono of great technical excel- lence. It Is at the Orpheum tonight. The first scenes launch the observer Into a jewel theft, in an art museum, following which a shot is fired which strikes a man lu the left hand. Two men appear In the story shortly after- ward, each wounded in the hand 'One of them Is the hero, i'rentico Tiller, ?nd the other a strange inuiv- dual named Molltor. Hoth call a! Iho same hotel apartment bjro ItK. AT STARLAND Euiii iimnett, Ihe pretly and popu- lar Australian screen star, makes lier E'aram.'mnt debut under the auspices of Thomas 11. luce at the Slarland thea- tre today In "The Keys ot the Right- ecus." This is a story of the lite and What the Press Agents Say Ing each day for eighteen years for he return of her faUier.' a derelict now. and a drunkard In a nearby town. When he finally does come, It Is only In time to be present at his wife's funeral, for the shock of the reunion Droves too much for slender itreuglh.- WlUiout even Tom Gale, the strong young woodsman who iiad como to take so large a plate in her lite, anil who had recently gone away on l trip. Mary is left lo struggle atone. Her efforts to guard tier fa- ther from further "backsliding" and the great sacrifice sue- makes for him' later, earns for her, not only happi- ness and ihe great love- of Tom Gale, bul also Ihe affection of lier crustj old grandfather. adventures of Mary Manning i.. woods of Wisconsin with her invalid mother, her grim old grandfather and an Her mother has been wait- dale' of w is" not given. Premier THAN EVER IN 1919 flelurns This .Year Would Have Been.Half.Million With Normal Crop Harvest on the C. S. Noble holdings Barons and [He Camer- on ranch northeast'of V.lj sre set- '''ting unjer .way, anil prospects are for a very fair crop. With j'.jOOO a.crcs under cultivation, of which SOME RECORD 4 Paris, Aug. railway more- than '130 miles in length belilnd the French front lias been built in less lhan 100 clays' and yeslerday yas opened for trariic. Its purpose-Is Mo Iny prove the comiriunJcatlons tweeti northern arid -sotllti- I cm parts of tho northern rail- way system. The construction of 'the line involved Ihe build- ing of two important bridges and a tunnel 375 yards In length. i l.umne urgedllicin Hi tile utmost ef- fcrts to raise the spirits anil morale of Ihe Iroops to the highest level and thus b'rlng about the suppression ot the Ciecho-Slovaks. "You must imbue them with consciousness of the danger and the nectl of every honorable man support- ins Ihe Soviet Leuluc is quoted as saying. Are. Dismayed. Ixindon, cir- "cles'in'Peirogr'ad were surprised and dismayed when ,tbe German embassy. o- Amsterdam. Aug. jiapers comment bitterly upon manifesto by Great Britain in of tho (Jzecho-Sloval; na- tion. AT THE EMPRESS THE HILLCREST AT THE EMPRESS. Irene'Castle, one ot lite most pop- ular of all photoplay stars, has an unusually fascinating role in the new 'atho Play. "The Hillcrest Mystery." The slory teems with acliou. suspense and intrigue, with a touch of color from the great war which Mrs. Castle's aviator husband, Vernon Castle, lost his life. the Unlled States realizes Ihe need for a vast number of ships and sends out its appeal, Thomas Sterling decide-1 tn 'lonalo bis im- mense shipbuilding plant to Ihe gov- ernment for the duralion of the war. Ho announces his decision lo bis as- sociates on the birthday of his pret- ty daughter, Marlon. There Is a gay parly at Hillcrest, the Sterling es- hat evening., Marion proudly wears a necklace, Ihe gift tnrted a couple, pt soc- lions was conslSered a bis project for one man. 'i Vladivostok, Tuesday, Aug. 13 sHuallort 1 Western Siberia leaves no roimi lo 111 tho opinion of Iho vId hresldent of: the Russian' section i. [he Czcho-Stovak national council. 1 i slalemehl niade recently he aal {hat moblllKiVlon by the liolsheviil o fuslrO'Cefman prisoners-of war ha idded men to tho enemy for is. Ho said It would bo Impossible i ieach- Irkutsk, even under Mh.e mo ivorable clrcum'stances.ln leaa.tna month, anS that perhaps two monlh Vould nccesaary. In "Iho and" jam NiiinfrJ''beyond Ir'ktifslC Ihe' nioy n-er bill with the'cxlehsion of draft cs to Include men between 18'and years, already has been ,i.. Pidvbst iJUrahaj General Crow- i-, wli'o will have charge ol-tbe regis- ation of the new men, in a statement ublished today, said that preliminary slrucllons have been Issued to al raft officials'and.upon passage ot Ihe II by congress, everything will be it eadiiiess of the reglstfalioh. Registration of the ,njen affected b> 10 draft extension will have lo be eld not later than September 15, anacked hy the remainder 'of Iho en rmte, must certainly affect detrimen ally the meagre prospEcts of peace jecausp promises hai-o heen matle n Vustrian nation, which promises coul only materialize after the collapse' t> and mission, wliich had gone to'I'et- rograd from Moscow, suddenly left the former Russ'ian capital, according to a Stockholm dispatch to the Times, quoting the .Pplrbgrad Gazelle, the oniy anU-BolshEviki newspaper al- lowed- to-apptar Sin' I'niogred. Al- ough tho is opposed to the olsheviki is violently pro- erraan embassy at retrograd gave eason for the belief that It would re- main there permanently. .The mis .on numbered 700. and brought Us ar hives- and stores ,to Petrograd utbmbbiles." .'Theu-Gazelto' prints Ispatch froni Kiev staling that th Jermans are making wholesale ar- ests of w-orkmcn. especially railway mployes'and are sending them to con- entration camps at Urcst-Litovsk and Baila. TEN POLICEMEN WOUNDED IN RIOT ToMo, 12. (Associalei policemen have beet wounded strlpusly and many rioleri Injured in a riot at Nagoya over th high cost of rice. Fifty persons been arrested at Nagoya and-SOO. rue nml women at Osaka. _ _ But while, her father proposes, in his mind, the marriage of his daughter o Smith, .Marion reserves indepen- dence of action and thinks a great deal' ot Gordon Brelt, her father's ;ood-Iooklns young secretary. The web of mystery woven about the group enlarges and fascinates as the picture proceeds. _ erman and anil-British. It Is said that the arrival of the DISTILLED WATER Delivered to'any part of the city. LETHBRIDGE BREWERY TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Enid Bennett IN KEYS OF THE RIGHTEOUS' ALSO TWO REEL COMEDY "THE SULTAN'S WIFE" ORPHEUM Tonight and Tomorrow Prices A NEW RECORD s Fhlladelphia, Atig: of anlhraclle coal in July attained a high and with two exceptions, were tho largest ever reported in any one monlb. Mitntry Deyona irxutsR, mo mcntjof troops :-would be bul the position of becprie precarloiisjf aaslitance t'ii'ol1 jtlrnlntatltnt" rtOrfnrf. 5 R flOt' ire' diminishing' owing Impoflslblllly. of renewing ;_ IS New AUg, clited cirriei the follow- "The BrJilliin'moter toniisron regliter, mnk, by tub- marine off 'the .'American 'eoatt. Ward ef the tf tne today In Iniuranee 'jlixles. The picked up fyf another will t'an port." POINTS TO OBSERVE IN BUYING FILLETS OF FISH r, t, tf Bad tlsb may be a very dangerous food and tEcully of producing a complete" knockoiil, of somellmes soviral days' duration. In Iheso days, when Ihe coat of living Is high, house- wives nre looking for meal that will be 'inexpensive, and naturally think of fish, because of Iho comparallvi cheapness .of, this article. Hut- whal may appear.cbeap good1 may prove to be very expensive It sick neaa be tbe restill. Ilccanse of Ihe absence of bone and are easy.lo prepare I the table.'II Is not very rlllflcnlt lo tell If a whole fish Is fresh, bul when cul Into fillets II becames much hjrd- er.: Klllels are fretiuenlly. cnl from (Ish thai Kave been dead from len lo fourteen days, .that Is, from fish over when all shipping orders havri' been filled: These flllela are Ihen soaked In annalo for a long lime to take away Ibe bad smelj, which gives that yellow color which Is sup- posed To. tell the difference'between a fresh and stale fillet of very sJmple. 'Fillets' from fresh fish somellrnes tbat U moist til Ihe surface. Tbeyare, how- lo Ihe touch, are. nol easy to break, and wlll.Iqavo tho fmsera those taken fwni alalO flsh.'on Ib'e COnlrars' are always1 easy to' break aiid when handled will leave the fingers sticky. Tako a small between the finger an'ii thumb and If It leaves a stlrfky.foolliig, lhat fish V nol good. Then, If lliire Is Ihe least sign n( a It Is a siire slirn" ihal' Iho'fish was cither stole when cut Into fljlels or had since !been Kepi too long. This variety :0[ fish will keep for only a few .'days when nut under liie best conditions.-and, if exposed to air in a jilacd, .will quickly develop small whltejnaggots. A HUN AGENT I New "York, Aug. Schurmann, president of Hie Felix Scholler Paper Company, a German owned under the control of tbe property costod gu'.llj'.-.ln the Federal court'toUny to an Indictment charging him with having falsely.claimed Am efican citizenship So that his corpor ation might be permitted lo iraporl photographic and carbon paper from Germany prior lo thd entrance of th United Slates into the war. IS AT OTTAWA Ottawa, Aug. Royal Hinhnjss, Prince Arthur of Con- nauohl, arrived here at 8.30 o'- clock this morning. Several af- fairs are being planned for him. MEETING OF THE Great War Veterans Association "LETKBRIDGE BRANCH Will be Held in the Club Rooms at 8.00 p.m. FRIDAY! AUGUST i6th The Provincial President ol the Great War Veterans' Associa-, tion, WILLIAM DYSON, will be In attendance.. Tlusiness of very vital importance will .be discussed, and ALL RETURNED MEN Whether Members or not ARE URGED TO ATTEND 8.00 P.M. FRIDAY, AuGUST 16, 1918. "MIDNIGHT MADNESS'' FEATURING 'BEAUTIFUL RUTH- CLIFFORD This is a Bluebird Feature. ALSO PLENTY OF COMEDY EXPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MAT. IreneCastle v IN "The Hillcrest Mystery" Introducing dressed woman in America. CHAPLIN'S ONLY RIV- AL, HAROLD LLOYD Ir. a Screaming Farce "THE NON-STOP KID" Alto Latest Screen Migazme. A big shbw for the money. No advance in prices. COMING 1WOMAN AND THE LAW" COMING THURSDAY "The Price of a Good Time" SEND YOyR BOY AN IT IS THE GIFT HE NEEDS 22 cents postage will deliver an Your Dealer wffl look 'after it for you! ;