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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUAHY 12* 1916. THE L E T ri B R ! 1^ n W n A ! L � ri E R A L D PAGE SEVEN -^-, liiio, loiiia-lit ............ rcy-uJar 75 coiil. ....... Kc�* iliigMiliii- 50(; lines, toniii-lit .....29c Prints, Too-ular 15c, lon'io-hi, .  11c BE . S. WILL NO The Art Nfcillework cluli will meet, on Monilav afternoon at ih'- liom'' f>f j Mrs. Kmitiir, nth slrpct. Ottawa, Kel). 11.-Heplyiivn .to quff!-tlons put In the house by .Mr. ^"rc(l I'ardcf loniiJht, lion. J. 1). Ha/.cn, on . . , i , hchalf of the Rovfirnincnt, Ki'vc the ^';'''�^being Ui.ren.Jhe_j;,,vprmnent lia.l a.s.surance ivou us afiains omciat been thorities. Till' W. A. of St. Mary's chiirdi will miTl on Monday attornoon at 3 o'clock in the Parish hall. tratc Mr. I'arlec btirtert the discuHsion ! country by quotintt San Franci.sco dispatches | -i-------- tcUin.n; of plots axainst Canada for rePUSE citizenship to which proinini'nt (icrinans are now hcinu: nrosccuted hv the American authorities. men of e'NEMY nations Montreal; Feb., 1.1,--.Naturalli'.atlon any desljrns of ciii-mirs to this south on .Monday attrrnoon. y in the United Stains. I ... A'cinlicis of rhi; Doniinioti !{el;n':ali Lodrjie No. tl, arc asied to attcnil the meetings held in th'' Knights of I'ythias hall on Monday and 'I'uesday oled to games. WHAT the Press Agent SAYS hfl ,3, nf .win Sorel were t svd for the makin;? of amcult, he says a 1 low Ihe i�'^.P�n w.llTnL' munitions. The minist.-r replied in the br nging of supplies now sue is seen .walKing _ _ . ^ ,, ,.' ., ii., ThA eorresnondent At the Empress "The Grey Mask," featuring Edwin Arden, will be .shown again at the Km r ss tonight. This is a most ') Wonderful picture, anil, was witnessed by a large crowd lust night. 11 is a storv wiiich holds the closest attention of the audience throughout, and is full of thrills. At the Orpheum "The Long Chance," in which Kr. n . Kcen.!n nui; cs his bow to Universal audiences, is n Ihrjling story Margaret TumbuU's wonderXui play, "The Secret Sin," a story of the rescue of a young girl from a Chinese opium don. In this wonderful play .MlFS Sweet sisters, and now nUe is seen walking and lallting with lievselt in the different scenes is ono of the greatest triumphs of photoplay ever shown on the screen. Tlio ,play Is rcpleto with stirring scenes, and gives a wonderfully realistic picture' of a Chinese opium don. ars is provided in the present esti- aUSTRIANS are having mates. At Sor^l the channd lias . een TROUBLE in albania widsni'd from 700 to SOO feet. Hotter , ,. , . , , pro'^rcss would he made when the , I'arls, Feb. U.-It is estimated by drcd?.e now bcin- constructed at the Geneva correspondent of the \ in' ..r,- nUnt in Mniitrpil was com- Tomps that the Austrian army now idetcd ^iontt^il was com ^j^^^.^^j^^ ,^ Albania consists of more joyable dance lust night in Harper's iin,,' Air Mircil .,skpd if nnv nart than 100,000 men. Its progress since hall, which was profusely decorated lion. Mr. Marcil asKCd U an\ part ^^^^^j^^ Alessio has become most ; with I. H. C. pennants and llags. The stafT of the International Harvester Co. entertained at o very en- of the marine deiiartmcnt wor';s of diflicult, he says, as has been the , Thirty-five couples were in attend-� � � " �� ance and enjoyed a proTam of tw.ii- ncLr-itive s^vinL' that he had toltl the The correspondent nays Prince \Yil- ty dances. Supper was served at mid-s'lcl conimitt e I'-;I the Eoveinmcnt �=in> �f Wied, former n.ler of Alba- night, after which the dancing con-wml.1 c dad to do anvlhi^^^^^^ now on the frontier of that tinned until a late hour. The corn- were able to do at Sorei, b,!t thl ^^^^y^.}}^'l'}L}l^^^.,T'?J!'l^..:'l^. '^^^I' '? "^'^J^^r-:^"^ '^^^l^l con- ii.ni-n ol.ln tn fir, .it Knrpl hilt the, COUIlll.V, lUmilg UBKll aup llieu Willi llin.i,i:u 111 Viuuil^li, i.luoaiJJ. iviu. oiLu ee \u.l not\Ser it'neces- funds from Austria and Germany tor scf.i., J G. Carnpbell, A. G. ( sarv to acceit the ofier. P"rpose of organi/.ing an army of niing and G. Fairhaim, are to he At the Majestic Tho line vaudeville bill at the Ma- Hon. Geo. V. Graham questioned Albanians. It is said ho has already the minister in regard to the report brought , together Ifl.COO men. "LSllf ^l^^rSUlo^'l^ CAP^m mCH^SofrTORONTO. gabilily of the Hudson straits. He WAS killed AT FRONT remarxd that deductions liad been Toronto, Feb. ll.-r-Captain George '"""^'^ gratulated upon the success of evening. the When David \V, Griinth started tho outdoor staging of the civil war and F. 13. Carvell criticizpd the de^art^ ment in connection v.it'.i the construction of a marine wharf at St. ADJOURNED FOR week Toronto, Feb. 11.-The McCutcheon The surpris; party given last evening at the home of Mrs. Knowlden in brother, Pte. Frank e7rm'of=; .^.s ^s.^.^.^mn sisters paic him a sig-, music and dancing il an early hour by included Mr. and . Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. Wheat-crnft, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jacl.son, Mr. and Mrs. A. Knowdcn, Mr. and Mrs. Doe, Miss Alice Doe, Miss Mary Ritchie, Miss Sliced Hawaiian Pineapples No. H tins, reg. o5c for ])cf tin .... 27C Lil)by's Apricots No. 3 tins, .special i)ei' tin........27c Our Special Corset .Made from finest quality Coutll, medium bust, long skirt; six hose supporters. Regular value Jli.fiO. Special per pair ......................'............. 9 I � f V Eoyal and Brown Mixed Candy, tonight spcciiil per 11)....................l Oc 111 lig'lit coloring. Sizes 15 to 17. '5*1.25 valnes for......................, VIen's Cotton Work Shirts Regular ?4.00 gg Tan and oik, strong wearing shoe. Special ............................ Men's Heavy Working Boots Knockabont Dolls, large size. Ecgular 65c. Sjiecial each..............^....., Emm ind nros e-tinu- nnd L'nmhlinir were S'"'" o�c"I)ied by the Anglo-French the inain iiTustdcs Tlie six-^rcel 'i'l>ousand8 of cavalrymen-had , ..... Uro^-�""=' Thoir.rup was leton were far from the facts, n^.^. nims ever shown. It was produced to bo over many, many mlleB "of typl- site of bv Edward J. Le Saint at Universal southern_ sandy roads. In this bv be taken on the llrst day of the re-Mr. Haren, in reply, said that the sumed sitting. NATIOXAL MUSEUM WHERE PAELIAMENT NOW MEETS The Robert MacFarlane, lumber mer- Vancouver. Tlie ceremony was performed by the Rev. Harold G. King.j rector of St. Paul's, and was at-: ite of the wharf had been purchased chant of Montreal, died of e.\eitoment tended only by intimate friends and IV the go ernment at a moderate caused by a chimney fire near his relatives, including Mr. and Mrs. P., rine. It had hen planned by Colon- property. j Stuart WhytP,hrother-in-law and sis-. The La Vars, who have made 'stiuare miles for the use of Uie horse- said, were quite prepared to .iustify ------ ----, .1.-----^_ ,,, , , . ------ j^^j How Wouli She si I'liv nf fhf. -u-t nf Hone- Along all tbo roads within this c crvthin? that had been done, and * i �t-.i n- i inrwill iLi'e tLir in.ti^ as for himself he would welcome a LOok With FimpleS 11... ,-v,.,u-..., ;.. ...I., notices forb ddlne all traffic on "the. fn n m rv nto i.h,, whole business. * in the Orpheum Monday. It is said "�"ces forbidding all trafflc on "the �there is not a 'f,- ," .^,�',V t?^^ *f JMd world w.ith. which thev have not '[^ prgducer thinks it wa? done ,t some time or oth r ami their " ' particularly utter revival of ca!-e-walking and iiitcrpre- IS,"'"?,enthusiastic pomwents of tatioiis of modern and the whirlwind ^ho BWh of a I>Jatiou" patrons on dances proiniS'-s to startle the na- _ lives with th ir lirst dancitii' act, the I . , , -:-TTT".. ,^ � feminine La Var is a decidedly voung' tirakeman named H. Mc-Dowe 1, and pretty girl anil both of the La � Toronto, was fatally crushed whle Vars are the essence of grace. , shunting at the Consumers' ,?as works 'l''h- hill will also include the Dream siding. Pirates, Eminett and Co., the Packard Four, terpsichoreau artists, 0. Ttichar.'ls, eccentric comedian, and "The Wolf Man," the picture feature. The bill.will be as strong as any yot. AtStarland One of the finest Paramaunt pro-d\,iotionB yet shown at StaWand will 1)0 the feature for Monday and Tuesday. The clever, actrusB,. Blanche Sweet, win appear lu a dual ,rolo,- in full in.iuirv into thu whole business. .Mr. F. I>. Par;lec, of West Lamli-,, ,, , ^ . , ton, as cd the government for a dcfi- Y�",?A" ^^ll!'! ^!."^'?�??Pj'=rJT.. nite Kssurancd that every possible precaut;on was being taken along the boundary to prevent any possible in- vasion or damage on the part of alien enemies in the United Statts. rpost Before You Realize It by Using Stuart's Calcium Wafers The skliv is a sort of dumping ground tor matter and Impurities Hon. Mr. Ha/.en replying on behalf "irown out by the blood, of the government said that he was Clean tho blood and stop tho im- ter of the bridegroDm; and Miss Annie Lochead, sister of the bride, who was one of the eriucipals in Mr. Stuart Wliyte's "Girl From Nowhere" company ana the "igi,"; Follies." The bridegroom .i? the. comedian ol the Versatile Opera Company, and has ^ lor years been popular on leading! English raiislc hall circuits. Harry Hoyiand Young, to gi e his full, name, is the broth r of Mrs. Stuart; Whyle, who is known in England and the Dominion as Miss Zara Clinton. Mrs. Hbyland was a member of Mr. Stuart 'Whyte's company, which recently concluded a successfnl tour of i-crv glad to bo able to give the as- purltioa from forming and you at once the Poniihion with "The Girl From suraiioe a.s*ed for. B\orv pracaution clear, the skin and inako it as it, Nowhere."...... should bo. HOW I mB MY EYES this: PREE PRESCRIPTION did IT (lANADlAN NURSES AFTER HARD NIGHT'S WORK "My eyes weiro' in'a'telTiblo stq,to; I covlld hardly stand It.' 'They, \yero j'.T\ r&d and Inflamed; I felt as though thoy had eund in Uiem. They would aoho 'jand burn droadtully and caused Incessant headaches. 1 could hard-' ly road at all, . After wearing my glasses my eyes felt strained and oyor\|orked. By chance 1 met a man .whose eyes � htitr libthored hlrii' (no"] same way, Ho gave mo tho following pr.'sarlptlon, which he said had cured him, and.hantly ucoesRary. statoo th'tt it 1-tho view of the jjovertimont e.^-p'-'vt' that further Gorman raida on a sl^il' larger scale are certain to occur. He adds: . '. . "It follows that.. maro' {lundrods, perhaps thousands,, �. Oil women . and children probably will bo killed in Epgland before the war ends, unless we find a method of. stopping these sibility will rest on any government which allows its women and children to be murdered because it is too refined and too cultivated to aclopt, by way of reprisals, the ,ofllyf.courae whlcli affords the slightest ;proBpeot of averting further miirtlers. The time has come to act." You can't beat for taking rust and stains off knives 31 07839711 ;