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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1917 i"Mk tiETHBRIDGfe'DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN What ihf Pr^s Agents Sdy , El>y;>A BRAND NEW U:. Chas. Chaplin Hi A howl; atcream; a rear from tart to finlih. Another newV Chatplin which break* all previou*; records for original comedy Bituations. This ia the greatest comedy program ever seen at the Eirnpress. AT THE EMPRESS "The Eagle's Wing," a stupendouF picture based on the neceialty of preparedness, is coming to the BmpresB Friday and Saturday of this week, Thfg of the big productionr of recent allj'/popular. Train time hurried along, and it seemed no time' before the young couple steamed away from the depot, with barrels of good wishes following them. The bride .wore a navy blue tailored suit, the coat opening over a bodice of pink'- Georgette crepe, her corsage bouquet of bridal flowers adding a touch of charm, A black lace and velvet hat wis a becoming complement. *' Lieut. Martin and his bride will be in Lethbridge until the boys of the 78th are called overseas, Mrs. Martin to return to her people. Hosts of friends wish them the best of good luck!-Edmonton Bulletin. mm LAST TIMES TONIGHT Ruth Fhidlay in "THE SALAMANDER" Without' doiibt one of the finest pic-. ti\re�vever,shown in;th*:citjr,' DUET: Mlw' SImrn, Mi-.* Flemlne And a,,splendid Bray. Cartoon Comedy Tomori'ow Only Famous Players Oliver Mbrosco Company Presents Leiiore Uli'ich in "THE INTRIGUE" A modern story 'reVb'Ivrihg'^ around the invention' of an - X-ray gun which the United States refuses to buy. A vivid story, of scheming, spying and counter-spying going on among tiie warring nations. ' the first war film that was ever allowed to > pass without coming under the official British censorship. The authorities of the War office ordered that no change, or cuts, be made after the film was once issued for public exhibition. This film is given to the Empire to commemorate the glorloUa achievement of the � British-volunteer krmy,Kitchener's'! army -'� which ibroke- the deadlock- of two years' standing oh the western front,  ant", outmatched the best trained and equipped professional army the world ever saw. No sacreligidus,/ changed were to.ube! nlade in the wonderful film that recorded their victory. This picture at Starland 'I'huraday, Friday and Saturday. t:': v:;, ��' The Musical Event of the Season Boris Hambourg Redferne Hollinshead The ^prld Renowned Russian i 'Cellist. Canada's Grtatest Tenor 'Prices: ...... ........____. Jj5i.50^ - JiJliOO Seats at the Roy Electric Cp.  - WOULD UrJSiEAT MAYOR ; Winnipeg, Jan. 31,-A petition al-; leging corrupt practices' at mayoralty election and asking for the unseating of Mayor Davidson will ^e heard before Judge Myers today. TJie ^jetlticl eers allege that more than 20 votes, Davidson's majority, weire bogus. iNOTABLE SIGNS OF STRENGTH Germany Is apparently winning some thrilling victories linking the defenceless merchant ships, says th^ iBaltlmore Star. ; Lieut-Col. P. S. Benoit has been ^transferred from Halifaxt to Kingston ta take over the duties as officer commanding the. Royal Canadi^in Eiigipeers. Dance WILL BE HELD IN BURGMANN HALL TONIGHT Dancing from 9 till 2 REFRESHMENTS Two PiWee Orchestra Gents $1.00 Ladies Free THE BAHLE OF THE SOMME Greatest Moving Picture Ever Shown. Greatest War Film Yet Prodi^ced. / Greatest Picture in the World. The following information regarding seed grain advances was furnished in the Housesof,(po_mnipns In answer to questionpl'.aittt by W. A. Buchanan, M.P. The report Is taken from Hansard: . Advances for Seed Grain Mr. Buchanan: - 1. What amount was advanced for seed grain and relief- in the Dominion Lands Districts of Lethbridge and . Medicine"  Hat in the ypar 1914 and 1915? 2. How much has been repaid in each of the years 1915, 1916, and up to January 15, 1917? 3. .What was the total amount advanced in Alberta.and Saskatchewan in 1914 and 1915? ; 4. What is the total amount so far returned? Mr, Roche: I-., $2,190,045.93. t "2,77- � - ' � Amount repaid, 1915 .... $259,036.34 Amount repaid, 1916 ----- 655,912.6f 4|ftpunt repaid, 1917 (15 ^ January)............ " 59,170.8? ' Total ....... 3; $12,197,367.67. 4. $4,652,894.52. .$974,119.81 This film Is THE REfL THING In war.' There Is NO FAKE at^out It. In some of the scenes the camera tood WitlYin five yards of the men liiVhe trench, who were preparing' for the charge in the greatest battle of history: THt BATTLE Of THE SOMME d.wiirfli'the BJj^TTLE OF WATERLOO in to a mere "local: WctlVlty^ Nf battle - in-Awhich.tlje Brltish'^'have^ee^ eiiaag^d^'in all h^ has entailed the use of,'SO manyAJmen, ao many guns, such'vaft qumititieB of povill^rf^l''ammunition, such an expenditure of energy::and treasure. The London Sketch, spec^Kiog^'^r^theM ptcturjtTji, has the following to say: "Nothing mgreidr^amAtic lathe.way of wariphotpgn^i;)!^ has ever, been thrown on the screen than the official films of thi^Bri|ft^radVance ivill. be made before the adjournment to tike evidence by the oAmmittee of the; house which is to dieal virjth Oliver Wilcox's bill, to limit hoi'tieriraclng and racetrack gambling, it is possible thdt the special, committee w,ill'b6, named by thQ minister of Justice ^f�^*buf^^^^ ,will be �ip,pme In'Which to summons witnesses before the house Mes until Aiiril. ore News at the Bay for Wednesday This Boot and Shoe Sale Continues at the Bay on Wednesday. We offer a Choice of over 700 pairs of Boots and Shoes 65 pail's Child's Chocolate Colored Button Shoes .. \ All one price, pr. 60 pairs Child's Patent Stiai) Sliiipei's........... / 65 pairs Child's DongolaT31uchers............... i 60 pairs Child's Dongola Button Shoes...... ---- I  34 pairs Child's Donsola Button Shoes.......... \ xn * ^ \ AH one price, pr. 50 pairs Child's Dongola Bluelier Shoes....... ) 29 pairs Child's Patent Strap Slippers........ . . f OQ 73 pairs Child's Dongola Strap Slippers.......... ( I ^C^K/ 36 pairs Child's Patent Cloth Top Shoes.......;.. \ \ 23 pairs Child's Patent Roman Sandals.......... / 78 pairs Misses' Tan Colonial Pumps ALL SIZES One Price, pair 1,69 72 pairs Men's Box Kip Bluchers A very strong and serviceable boot at this price. To Clear, pair 2.89 57 pairs Men's Dongola House Slippers Soft, Comfortable. All sizes, 6 to 11. Special Price, 1,59 PAIR Grocery Dept. News. Phone 313 50 cases Spitzenburg Apples. Sp.eciiil, per case .. .\ $1.98 41/1;'fljs. for...........25c Fano,y- LemOns, per doz.. . 30c H. B.-^N'o. 2 Tea. Reg. 50c. Special..........45c Cream Custard. Reg. per tin 25c. Special----......2(^C Macaroni, Oreamcttes and Egg Noodles 2 pligs........25c Rolled Oats in 20 flj. sacks. Special, per sack......95c New tadies' Apparel for tke Spring Just Arrived Silk Sweaters In the latest shades of apple green, rose, canary, Copenhagen. All deep collar effects and of the finest sillt weave. (>-|-A CA Prices.-?18.50 .and ............................... ipl il.Ow I AUover Aprons , All' colors in best quality prints, , A Handsome Assortment of Fine Voile Waists In hand embroidered trimmings with newest Guipure ledges. A plisasing selection is afforded you for early spring wear. ; Curtains ^ Draperies CURTAIN VOILE. Double bordered Anaerlcan Curtain Voile on cream and white grounds. Color in borders' of blue, pink and yellow. 40 in. OC^ wide. Special, yard......... UvC PLAIN COLORED VOILES; fSS^lth .neat- .bordered etfecl;8,' .Hemsttifcfcfted ,. and satin stripe styles. 36 inches wide Tvory shaae only. -Special, yard .;. .... .'.T... 29c iPLAIN ECRU COL-ORED VOILE.', >Two pieces only, 36 in. .wide. .ng^. Special, yi�rd .............�.�.�.:.��*>? MUST REFUSE PARCELS The Post Office Department Is. in;| receipt of a" caWgrfttti" from .the British' autiiori'tles statl^ng that no parcels containing foodstuffs or articles of .clothing .should be forwarded in future from Canada, tor Prisoners, of War.iu Germany. : - .;....... Tljp:; British authorities represent that it is , absolutely necessary ;Uiat,i the above regulation sliould be complied with. Therefol-e, on and Horn the Ist of Kebrunryj. 1917, the Post Office Department will refuse to accept any s.ucli parcels for prisoners of war in Germany. The department ifj advised by tbe English authorities that such .parcels- cannot be accepted for transmission to the prisoners, and could not get through.. ;  , The Canadian Red Cross society through Its London Office undertakes that every . Canadian!>pri5oner ahall receive adequate relief in. food and clothing,' sending one* parcel eveiT week to each prisoner. �  Therefore, existing organizations : sliould continue their wbrkof collecting funds to be sent to the Canadian iRed Cross society; and it is moat desirable t)iat they should not relaiNtbeir efforts in this respect. Persons desiring to have additional food or supplies sent to a Canadian prisoner should send money for that puriiose to, the Prisoner, of. War Department, Canadian Red Cross So-iciety. ' '  A letter containing a iemittance and asking ithe Prisoners of War Department, vpanSdian Jle4 Crop^.\society, to send foo YflUCAH DO BETTER-^//Hennesey&Wjlson n a Q T s J. M a I ', i^JDRTH Lf Ti-� BR ! GO. 362937 77 ;