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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WSBIWAnY 1 LBTHtfRlDGE DAILY the houao of commons Premier 4loyd George said had read with profound disappointment the replies Riven In President Wilson and the tie durations of the Hrltlsh government liy Count Von the dtfrnlan nml Count the AnstroHiingarlari foreign The premier added It was perfectly true that as the tone there was n great deal of difference between the two speeches ntod he could bellovo there was a difference In le said that when It came to mibstance of the demands of the allies Count Czerntn was Lloyd George said the govern ment stood by the considered declara tion made it the meetings with the trades union representatives early this The the premier did not recede In the least In their alms as thej had been Tt was no he crying peace when there wan no Regarding the supreme war Lloyd Qeorgo said It was Impos sible to make statement aa to the decisions It reached without giving In formation to the Th6 premier said that If the house of commons was not satisfied with conduct of the the only way was to change the Field Mar Hhal Haig and General he were present at the session of the supreme war council and approved Its Upon the decision of the supreme the premier reminded the depended millions of gallant That is why liquid mcdl clncaare of so little use for To get to the of the trouble the medicine must be That is why Peps are so successful In the treatment of this are brcuthcable 1 When a Peps Pastille is dissolved In the mouth the Pine vapor which is libera ted is breathed down the bronchial tubes to the soothing and healing all the inflamed equally good for and 3 for All dealers or Peps Send for trial ARE YOU IN DOUBT DO YOU TO KNOW ASK ALI BEN DEB HE KNOWS the honor And jfjpftt of the country and the war alfhs ttpftil which the future of the woHd wMMepefldent ft information hi thK paftfeufftr were to he glvon to iWs 6h6fti9iHe would prefer that the fesbonlblHiy be plfto ert upon other Pledge Themselves Unswerving ly To The ttefont of Germany New Wdrkers of Qreat Britain and through their spokesmen at a great mass meet ing at the Century Theatre last night pledged their united and unswerving effort to the defeat of The workers of America spoke through Secretary of Labor William Wil son and officials of the American Fed eration of The workers Of Groat Britain spoke through Charjes head of the British Lab or mission which arrived in this coun try Pacifists were pillor ied by the speakers and when Hugh representative of labor on the war industries asked that fir ing squads be called upon to deal with the kaiserbranded seeker after peace he was cheered to OF STRIKE IS ON onus of the threatened ship yard strike has now been transferred to The case as it now stands was yester day forwarded by wire tb the Dotnln Jon headquarters of the Imperial Mun itions Board director of wooden shipbuilding on this coast after a conference with the joint deputation representing the met al trades cdunells of Vlctqria and James Cath edral is to be closed for two This announcement was made yester day by Canon The shortage of coal was responsible fdr the action x CincinnatiAuthority Tells How To Corn So It Lifts Out i You cornpestered men and wo men need suffer no Wear the shoes that nearly killed you be says this Cincinnati because a few drops of freezone applied directly on a aching corn stops soreness at once and soon the corn loosens HO it can be lifted root and without A quarter of an ounce of freezone costs very little at any drug but Is sufficient to take off every hard or soft corn or This should be as it la inexpensive and is saiB not to inflame or even irritate the surrounding tissue or Renew the Joy of Living Dont let ill health any er rob you of lifes Get back your strengthen your stimulate your late your bowels and fift prove your blood by taking PAGE nils Their action is prompt and you soon feel their You will eat work sleep sound and feel new strength after a short course of these depend able They restore healthy and are worth a guinea a box SU FOROUT8REM SMALLPOX are if not Indeed promising for an outbreak of smallpox at many places throughout the This Is the startling statement made by mdcllcal health of ficer for in his monthly re port for just to when seen by The Al gave as his reason for making this statement the fact that through out country districts very little precaution is being taken to prevent an outbreak of Children are not being cases are not jelng properly segregated and con acts are not being followed up and separated from the rest of the popula Ice I for Valentine Parties per quart Bricks Deliveref Please Phone Your 1576 DONT FORGET THAT OUR FRESH CRYSTAL BUTTER IS FOR SALE BY ALL LEAPING CRYSTAL 1576 CITY AND DISTRICT Sid Duncan Loses Wife Lethbrldge friends of Sidney Dun formerly of this will regret o read the following Item from tho Samloops announcing the death of his wife Last Wednesday Jessie wlfp of Sidney one of the publishers of the Kamloops died at tire Royal Inland after a brief illness of a few The remains wqre taken charge of by Undertaker Dwyer and forwarded to accompanied by Duncan md Enoch mother of who arrived the day be The deceased was a native of coming to this country about seventeen years ago with her mothar and joining her mother at There she lived until five yearj when she came to Kamloops to live with her She was ili her iSlst and leaves to mourn thejr her two little aged five and seven years her father ajifl and Knocn of Nanaimo a and a both of VicT toria and two unmarried Hai zel and living with their par ents in The late Duu can will be sadly missed as a wife and and the bereaved hus band has the sincere sympathy of the people of Kamloops in the aad blqw that has come upon Funeral of McNabb The remains of Frank McNabb were laid to rest In Lethbrldge ceme tery on lllh at Burns and Hodgson offl The deceased was born in Scotland twentyseven years and came to Lethbridge with her mother and brothers about five years leaves to mourn her loss her Frank John 407 12th her Wror ther John and four married Hlndshew and Herbert Morris also Elsie widow of James who was killed at the Battle of Loos on BeiS the youngest of the was killed In action on The mother and all related to tho take this opportunity of thanking those friends who kindly do nated their and sent Following were the floral offerings and and wreath Millar and gates ajar Frank heart and spray and spray and spray and Reid and Donald and wreath and Miss and and and and and and Davios apd and and Miss and Jumps Shorthquse and Miss Agues United Church Ladies and Miss vnd James United and and Andrew and Hunt and mid Miss andi Jumes COMPLETE CLIP A deputation rep reisnllhf the wool growers of Cftn ndK watted upon WliiMer 6 today and pre sented the resolution s adopted at the conferee tt wool growers in To ronto taut week at which special HI tentlos given to tiu question of cooperative buying and handling of the deputation which was rep resentative of all parts of ex pressed a willingness to sell tho entire Canadian wool output to the Imperial authorities at a fixstl price and to co operate In evdty way possible to in crease production provided they were assured of a good market after the Consideration of the proposals tnade was promised by WEDNESDAY GROCERY SPECIALS 2 dozen in Wednesday Tint Regular NapthlT Soap 10 in Regular Wednesday tins Flnnart Regular 2 for Tina Sanl Regular Wednesday 40c 80c 4Gc 20c Donalco tomato Catsup pint Regular Wednesday Gold Bar Seeded Regular 2 for 2 for Cooklhg Regular 2 Wagner Regular Wednesday Regular 2 for 2 30c 30c 25c 30c Til chief government sprang his surprise yesterday afternoon in announcing the existence of an option under which the Manitoba might take over the entire un Manna sought to min imize the effect of the option even If It Was taken All that it might be necessary to do Is to put Into the railway what would recoup the Dominion before 1929 when the option fell Hanna much would It be neces sary to put in asked Hanna did not know but prom ised to This morning he said that he had not yet fixed this but that he had been working on it for some time for the govern Where Profits Went Tilley first tried to learn what ultimately became of the1 surpluses recorded by yeartoyear from 1903 to The profits on operating expens es should have otalled about a million dollars more In that he than actually was on hand in Then Tilley went into the owner ship of coal finding that though vital to the operation of the railway they were owned by and Pressing his Inquires as to the ownership of Coal com pany It was ascertained that that property was purchased by Macken zie and Mann with advances from the Canadian Northern on account of sums due Mackenzie and Mann for construction work and so It was while repudiating the suggestion that there was anything shady in that transaction Hanna became RlSllSlf Andrew Smith was elected presi dent of the Chinook Club at the post meeting on Saturday succeeding permanent secretary has libt yet been Gibbons as secretary for the The financial statement was subrnit and the club Is progressing fav orably in Its new WONT RECOGNIZE UKRAINE TREATY Assoc iated Press is informed that the British government declines to recognize the treaty of peace signed between the central powers and the delegates act AT THE ORPHEUM Herbert Truvelutte anil rom pany still continue to draw largo and enthusiastic audiences each and every night at the Orphtnim Uieatre where they are playing a return engagement of S ItWill be remembered by Travelutle played horo i full week laat year to packed houses each night and on the last day of his engagement hundreds turned away and this season he seemtj to be a bigger draw ing card than ever as oicb night as the patrons journey homo from the Or pheum only expressions nf praise are All Ben the marvellous expon ent of psychic seems to possess remarkable powers for ques tions are answered by him after hav ing been sealed or sewed he walk ing calmly about the stage and down in the audience securely blindfolded and the questions are returned to the writers immediately after having been answered by the assistant who gathers them in the audience and remains there in full view of Not a word Is spoken by the assistant to the me dium on the stage and the only solu tion seems to be it is truly mental AT THE MAJESTIC Watch Your is a musical comedy overflowing with ragtime songs and dances which last season scored what was unquestionably the biggest success of all the new musical Last year it was played in only a few cities outside of New the fact that it is to be seen in this city outside of New the fact that It is to be seen in this city is probably one of the most important theatrical an nouncements that will be made by the local management this Mabel the Internationally famous conies to the Ma jestic theatre on Friday and Saturday nights of this in her newest starring vehicle Dodging a mil the latest production from the studios of the famous Ooidwyn com Three interesting facts in con nection the production the star is Mabel Normand the play was written by Ed sar author of Twin Fair and and other kindred stage and the Gold wyn company are the There nrn but few motion picture productions which for sheer artistry nun compare with the Thoy arn motion plcttfrna A special matinee will given on Saturday at which a mon ey shower will bo a feature for thu Heal money In bagfuls will be given Some kiddles will got a sonio kiddles will get a quar and some will get but rt all will get AT STARLAND Rlley OH the detective dud stoolpigeon for tho political boss in Pauline Fredericks Paramount has made an even greater suceesH than he did In The Law of the Vetro vas Paramount picture which scored such a Match was the originator of tbn famous role of the seu captain In Paid in which had an exceptionally long run on Broadway not long lie has since then created many ori ginal types In motion most of them like his role In Double Crossed what Is known In the the atrical world us heavy Paul ine Frederick in DoubleCrossed will appear Starland for he last times For her splendid work In support of Mary 10 The Lit tin Ameri Dorothea who will be re membered as one of the cleverest of the Paramount will be seen at Starlnnd Wednesday ad leading wo man for in The Host n Paramount Tills was written especially for Reid and Miss Abrll by the talented Beulah Ma rie well known author mid play laoular film of the year nnd hart treated much comrmnt because of ita novelty and the tremendous or its The thing that people talk about in the picture is the work of Pftn tho monkey star who provides so much fhr One of his stunts is tt climb to the top of a chimney 360 high with a real live baby under his the lop of this chimney there is a thrilling fight between thq monkey and the heroine of the Also Latest Current Events and screamingly funny EMPRESS TONIGHT The Masque of A film sen sation in seven reels that has startled New York during a tremendously Suc cessful four weeks run1 at the Park has been booked to pipy at the Empress theatre tonight and to with musical accompaniment exactly as presented in New York Without a doubt this is spec Eczema Wash A touch of to any eczema sore or itching eruption and youll b9 able to rest and sleep once a touch Is it worth try ing Get a trial bottle Your money back if the first bottle does not relieve Higinbotham TONIGHT AT Irving Berlins Syncopated Success Watch Your Step COMPANY OF SIXTY SPECIAL ORCHESTRA The Show of a Thousand Prices 75c Box Seats I Ing on behalf of MOST CHARMINQ TUi FABRICS AT THE MAKE YOUR PRESS YOU CANT HMD ANY AND HAIR STOPS COMING OUT Save Your HalrJ Make It Glony and Beautiful at Try as you after an of you can not find single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your ncalp will not but what will please you will be after a few weeks use when you see new fipe and downy at really new alt tha A little Dauderint immediately the beauty of your No difference how brittle and Just moisten a cloth witli OftntJerine and carefully draw through your taking one imall ftt a The effect B ira mfedlaie and hair will b fluffy and and an appearance of abundance an Incom suftnean and the beauty and ahtamer of QW a small bottle of Knowltons DdndeHne from any drug store or toil et and prova that your hair is ag pretty and soft as it baa been ntgteotod or injured by careless A will double the beguty of your ORPHEUM TONIGHT The Great Travelutte Show FEATURING IF YOU LIKE TO LAUQH DONT MISS TONIGHTS BIG SPECIAL PERFORMANCE Starts at Prices 25e and 50c LAST TIMES TJONIGHt Pauline Frederick IN DOUBJLE CROSSED FATTY IN OH DOCTOR DONT MISS THIS PROGRAM PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Wallace Reid IN The Hostage ALSO CUPIDS UPPERCUT and FIRING FATHER A TRIP TO ALASKA SCENIC I MAJESllte GOLDWYN OFFERS THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS COMEDIENNE MABEL NOeMAND In the Drama of Mys Love and Laughter Dodgin THIS WEEK 14 By EDQAR 8ELWYN PRICES Nights 25c Children 10c ONCE NIGHTLY AT SPECIAL CHIUDREN REAL SHOWER AT THE 8ATgRDAY WEAKHEARTEP PEOPLE MUST NOT BIGGEST FILM SHOW ON TERRIFIC THE MASQUE 0F LIFE ITS THRIUU MICHn Klfct THf IVf Hf ;