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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta pj lJESf)AV, l^EBRUARY 12, V.17 THE LETH^RIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGErtVB NSUeSTANCEOF SPEECHES Lonilon, Feb. 12.-Adili-oHKlng Llie lioiiso of commons todny, Premloi-}AoyA Oeorgo nnld lio had rottd with profound dlatippolntniont the repUoB Riven to Prosldont Wilson and tlio d?-olunitlons of the Hrltlsh Bovornniont liy Count Von IfGrlllng, the* aornmn (Oiancollor, am! Count Cjsernin, tho Aitstro-HunBarlan forolRn minister. Thu premier added It wna portetitly true that hh regard.s tho tone llioro was a great deal of difference between the two Hpooohes nnd ho could bollovo tliero was a difference In substance, ]le said that when it came to tho.real KUbatance of the doihands of the allies Count Czernhi was adamant. i\[r. Lloyd Qeorgo said the government stood by the considered declaration made at tho meetings with tho trades union ropreaentatlvos early this year. The' government, the premier added, did not recede In tho least.In their war. alms as they had been stated, ft was no uso, he said, crying peace when there was no peace. Regarding the supreme war council, Mr. Lloyd Uoorgo said It was iiupos-filble to make statement as to tho decisions It reached without giving Information to the enemy. Tho promlor said that If the house of commons was not satisfied with tlko conduct of the war, the only v/ay waa to change the government. Field Mar-Hhal Haig and General Kobertson, lio added, were present at the session of tho supremo war council and approved its decision.  Upon the decision of tho supreme war council, the premier reminded the house, depended millions of gallant lives, the honor iind Bhtfetjr ot the country and the war altiie iipon which the future ot Iho world wftii;dep6ndent. II Information In thlg particular wore to bo glvon to t)i'e ohomy, Ue would prefer that tho responntblHty ho P'^o-ed upon other shoiilders. WOIie$?T. BiAIN AND U.S. MAKE PtEDGE Pledge Themselves Unswiervlng-ly To The Defefit of Germany That is why UqnId medicines are of so little use for broachitls. To get to the seat ot the trouble the medicine must be breathed. That Is why Peps are so successful In the treatment of this ailment-Peps are brcathcable I � When a Peps Pastille is dissolved in the mouth the Pine vapor whlcli is liberated is breathed down the bronchial tubes to the liiilBS, soothiuj; and healing ^iill the delicate, Inflamed niicmbranc^. � Peps arc equally good forlaryngltls,' iuthnia,sorc throat, coughs, and colds. 50c. box, 3 for 9^.25. All dealers or Peps Co., Toronto.' Siind Ic. tamp for trial paclcagc. mm Now York. I^eb. 12.-The workers of Great Britain and America, through their spokesmen at a great mass meeting at tho Century Theatre last night pledged thoir united,and unswerving effort to the defeat ot Qermany. The workers of America spoke through Secretary of Labor William U. Wilson and officials ot the American Federation of Labor. The workers .of Great Hrltain spoke through Charjes Duncan, U.P., head of tlio British Labor mission which arrived in this country yesterday. PacitlBts were pilloried by the speakers and when Hugh Frayne. representative of labor on tho war industries board, asked that firing squada be called upon to deal with tho kaiser-branded seeker after peace he was choored to tlio eclto. ONUS Of WE IS NOW ON DOM. GOVT. victoria. B. C, Fob. 12.-The onus ot the threatened ship yard strike liaa now been transferred to Ottawa. The case as it now stands was yesterday forwarded by wire to the Domin-Jon hcad All Ben Dob, the inarvellona exponent ot psychic phenomena, seems to possess remarkable powers for quea-tions are answered by him after having been sealed or sewed up, lie walking 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 gatliera them in the audience and remains there In full view of all. .Not a word is spoken by the assistant to the medium on the stage and the only solution seems to be it is truly mental telepathy. are but few motion picture productions which for sheer artistry can compare with the Obldwyns. They are motion pictifrns supreme. A special mntinec will be given uu Saturday afternoon, at which a "money sliower" will be ;i feature tor the children. Heal money lu bagtuls will be given away. Some kiddles will get a dollar, some kiddles will get a. quarter, and some will gel but a nickel. Anyway, all will get some." Hl.ft.MlllSNEW ^ PRES'D CHINOOK CLUB .R. Andrew Smith was elected president ot the Chinook Club at the post-pondd-^fftonual meeting on Satunday evening, succeeding J. W. McNlcol, who retired.! A permanent secretary has not yet been named, R.V. Gibbons acting as secretary for the meeting. The (Inancial statement was submitted. And the club Is progressing favorably In Its new quarters. WON'T RECOGNIZE UKRAINE TREATY     London, Feb. 12.-The Associated Press Is Informed that the British government declines to-recognize the treaty of peace Igned between the central powera and the delegates acting on behalf of Ukraine. AT THE MAJESTIC "Watch Your St^p," Is a musical comedy overflowing with ragtime songs and dances which last season scored what waa unquestionably the biggest success of all the now musical productions. Last year it was played in only a few cities outside ot New York, therefore, the tact that it i.s to be seen in this city outside of New York, therefore, the tact that it is to be seen lu this city is probably one of tho most important theatrical announcements that will be niade by tho local management this year. Mabel Normand, the Internationally famous comedienne, comes to the Majestic theatre on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights ot this week. In her newest starring vehicle "Dodging a million," tlie latest producttpu from tho studios of the famous Goidwyn company. Three Interesting facts In connection -wUli the production are, first, the star is Mabel Normand herself, second, the play was written by Etl-gar Selwyn, author ot "Twin Beds," "Fair and Warmer," and other kindred stage successes, and third, the Goidwyn company are the producers. There AT STARLAND ^ Riley Hatch, as the "detective" and .atool-plgeon tor the political boss la Paulino FroderJck',1 newe-it Paramouiil. picture. "Double-Crosacd,'" ban made an even tiroatcr auceess than he did in "The Law of Die Land," .Mme. Petro-1 va's recent Paramount picture whicli scored such a success. Jlr. Hatch was the originator of the famous role of the sua captain in "Paid in Full." which had an exceptionally long run on Broadway not long ago. Ha has since then created many original types in motion pictnres, moat ot them being, like his role In "Double-(,'rossed � what is known in the theatrical world iis "heavy" part!*. Pauline l''rederick in "Double-Crossed" will appear ;u Starland for the Inst times tonight. For her splendid work In support ot .Mary Pickford In "The Little American," Dorothea Abril, who will be remembered as one of the cleverest of the Paramount ingenues, will be seen at Starland Weilne.sday as leading woman tor Wallace,Held, lu "The Hostage," a Paramount picture. This wa.s written especially tor Jir. Reld and -Miss Abril by the talented Beuluh Marie DIx, well known niilhor and playwright. tacular film of llii' year and it ha� created m\u'\\ comiiifiii because ot its novelty and the ircmendoua numboi* of its thillla. The thing that most, people talk about Ui the picture ia the work of "l^'te" Montebelio, tho monkey atar who provides so much of the excUeitient. One ot bis stunts is to climb to the top ot a chimney 30� feet high with a real live baby undex' bis arm. At the top ot this chimney there is a thrilling fight between tho monkey and tho heroine of the story. Also l,aleat Current Events and. screamingly funny comedy. Eczema Wash A touch ot D. D. D. to any eczema sore or itching eruption and you'll be able to rest and sleep once more. ! Think-just a touch! is it worth trying'.' Get a trial bottle today. Your money back it the first bottle docs not relieve you.-J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement, D. D. D. EfvlPRESS TONIGHT , "The Masque ot Life," i film sensation In seven reels that has startled New York during a tremendously Successful four weeks' run' at the Park theatre, has been booked to play at the Empress theatre tonight and tomorrow, with musical accompaniment exactly as presented in New York. Without a doubt this is the.moat spec- mm TIC TONIGHT AT 8:30 Irving Berlin's Syncopated Success WatGil Your Step COMPANY OF SIXTY SPECIAL ORCHESTRA The Show of a Thousand Wonders. Prices: .. $2.00, �1.80, �1.00, 76c Box Seats ......... $2.50, �2.00' I MOST CHABMINQ TU# N FABRICS AT "THE AV.fe MAKE YOUR SUMMER. S�l DRESS NOW. YOU CAN'T HND ANY DANOHUFF, AND HAIR STOPS JnlMlNG OUT Save Y�ur Halrl Make It Thick, Wavy. Gloaay and, Baautlful. at One*. , Try aa you will, after an kppllcatioa of Uanderine, you can obt find a singia trac* of dandruff or falling hair and your acalp will not itch, but what will pleaae you most, will be after a few weeks' use when you see new hair, fipe and downy at tlrat-yea-but r^lly new hair-growing all over, the �oalp. ' a little Dauderln* Immediately double* the beauty of your hair. No ditlfrence how faded, brittle and It'ifd loraggy, .luat molaton a cloth with DlinUarine and carefully draw it) titrQligh your hair, taking one amall �^rand at, a time. The atfoot la im-m^dlato and amazlng~:your hair will bi).light, fluffy and-wavy. and b�ve an appfiiirtnoe of abundanoe; an Ipeom-Pftrifyble lUHtro, softneaa and Iqkmt-lanee, the beauty and ahivmar of true balf;.b�iiUb. \, a aumll' bottle | ot Knowlton's Diinderlne from any drug atore or toll-et'coupter, and provo that your hair la aa pretty and soft aa any-that it has b'aen, neglected or injured by careless treatment, A' small bottle will double tbo beauty ot your hair,-Advert. The Great Show FEATURING LAST TIMES i;ONl6HT � Pauline Frederick IN "DOUBLE CROSSED*^ FATTY ARBUCKLE �M .,N , - "OH! DOCTOR" DON'T MISS THJS PROGRAM  WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT! Wallace Reid IN The Hostage ALSO ^ "CUPID'S UPPERCUT" and "FIRING FATHER" Comedlea. "A TRIP TO ALASKA'' ' C. P. R. SCENIC I ALI BEN DEB ^^^^^ r ALI KNOWS ALL IF YOU LIKE TO LAUQH DON'T MI8S TONIGHT'S BIQ SPECIAL PERFORMANCE Show starts at 7.30 Prices: 25'c and 50e Three .Nights THIS WEEK Thurs. Feb. 14 GOLDWYN INC., OFFERS THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS COMEDIENNE MABEL NORMAND In the Drama of Thrills, Mystery, Love ,and Laughter- By EDGAR SELWVN PRICES: Nights ....... 80c,I3Bc, 26c Sat. Mat. 2Bc, Children 10c ONCE NIGHTLY AT' 1.30 ^PPriAl  children: a> real money, OrE,\,h\u. 8ATURD<^y matinee/ SHOWER AT THE MPRESj^ . TONIGHT 1 firice* 10o-29� WEAK-HEARTED PEOPLE MUST NOlfT SEE BEAUTIFUL BIGGEST FILM SHOW ON EARTH, REAi, ROMANCE, TERRIFIC TRAOEDV, 9f , , "THE MASQU|,9r LIFE" 0477 4 ;