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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. FKMIUARY Hi 191K TJJK LETUBninni; t)AfLY HERAT,!/ \ PAGE FIVES ! .% .> > ; .; ; > > > ) Amsterdam, Feb. 16.-News has been received in Berlin confirming reports that Russia had begun the demobilization which her representatives at �Brest-Lit-ovsk announced had been ordered, according to a despatch from Berlin to the Weser Zeitung of Bremen'. On the other hand the Vienna-correspondent of the Vossicfle Zeitung reports he# has been informed by Talaat Pasha, the Turkish premier, that Russia was demobilizing in the Caucasus and that the portion of Armenia occupied by Russia was in the process of bolng evacuated. ASPHYXIATED Toronto, Feb. K,.-Shortly before noon today Mr. and Mrs. Robert. McDonald, aged about fiO, were found dead in their bedroom from Illuminating gas poisoning. Investigation show-eTTthat the jet of a gun plate in the roo;j) ivn� found open, An impiest may bo bold. ? ? ? ? ? \ Wesley Church' on Monday, February Sfith, will bring'hJingled joy and sorrow to the thotUidwls who, year after year, have welcomed the genial Scot to those shorea: Joy ov * > > �> > >* �* > ** *t* *5 London, Feb. 16.-An Amster-darn despatch forwarded by the F Central News reports that great excrtcment prevails in Warsaw. Students and workmen are plan-ninfl a great demonstration. Mil-itary detachments, mounted and nfoot are patrolling the streets. The theatres have been closed. Representatives of the Austro-Hungarian foreign office have departed from the city. fact, that, tills will be {he last, opportunity they will -ever hnve to do ho. Lauder announced hfs positive reMre-pient. from the stage a per this year, lie gocH into private Iit at, the zenith of bin career, with the joyful plaudits of million?* of people all over the wortR ringing in Mis r-.�iv. and he will carry with him all through life, he I lead the presenting cast with say's, the farewell nir,ht in Nr-w York! Hull the .star, which has been unequalled In.Htag*' history. The regular box office s;jJr* np�ns on Monday next, ;it the Majes i c theatre box office. must pass the highest, tests of exeol-lence. if a play is not. good it cannot become a Illueblrd. Hence the advance assurance that, "My Little Boy" to be preHrnted at the Ernpre:^ theatre to-nipht only, will be the best, of photo-ptsys, Kila Hull, Mttle Zoo ilae, U retell-on Ledercd and Emory Johnson -will M iss ORPHEUM TONIGHT Prices: 25'c and 50c LAST CHANCE TO THE GREAT MILLIONS DIE FLYING OFFICERS I London. t'eb. Hi-.-The following officers have been gazetted flying �ffi-cers: " Lieutenants F. L. Barclay. Ontario; 0. A. Harry. .Quebec; i-i. A. Dn'seoll, Manitoba; IT. Porodeau, Quebec Lieut. Col. D, S. Mcfnnes. formerly or the militia- department, has been gazetted a brigadier while employed as inspector of mines. Chaplain (!. Karrpihar has � resigned.- his commission. Lieut. R. 6. Jardine of t.ho Flying Corps, Toronto, was ' officially posted as lulled last night. NEW LUMBER CO. London, I* eh. lfi.-Colonel Keping- ton. military critic of the Morning Post and Howell A. Gwynne, editor of Hiat newspaper, appeared today in the Bow Street police court to answer to the charge that, they "did on February II unlawfully and without lawful am t hority, publish information ylth re* spect to the disposition of military forces of his majesty and his- majesty's allies on tile western front in France, in contravention of the Defense of the Itoalm regulations." Col. Kepington and Mr. Cwymn* also are charged with having unlawfully published information with respect to proposed plans for the conduct of military operations by forces on the western front in France. He "1 :i  a, Feb. 10.-All members of Mabel Norm and �wil; be -,een Cor the last time tonight at the Majestic theatre in her newei-t play. "Dodging' a Million," the mystery comedy of love, laughter and thrill-Somewhat of a sensation js in store for Majestic theatv- pa irons nexi week end. when ^the hip patriotic spectacle. "For the Fivt dom of the World" will be presented. the executive of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' association were re- i elected to serve daring IU18 at the first; meeting of the new board of directors hei^i this morning. The executive -\s comprised of the following* CHERNIAVSKYS COMING Leo, Jan and Misohel Cherniavsky will appear'on February listh at the Ivnox church. The demand in America for all forms of virtuosity is ever increasing and the lat".-i virtuosi to supply the demand a."- Leo. .Jan and Mischcl Cherniavsky. the extraordin- j ary Russian violinist, pianist and 'eel-j list; three handsome young brothers . Every ytfar from Consumption, Millions could have been saved if only common sense prevention had boon used in the first stage. If YOU, ARE a Sufferer from Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, ricurisy, Weak kun68j Cough ana Colds-all Pis-eases loading up to Conanmption-� Tuberculosis, YOU ARE interested in Dr. Strandgard's T. B. Medicine. Write for Testimonials and Booklet. X>B. STBANDGAUD'S MEDICINE 00, 263-265 Tong� fittest, Toronto. Best Saved for the La3t Maker of a Mlllipn Laughs The Man Who Knows Lady Subjects Invited on the Stage Tonight. DOROTHY G1SH in "HER OFFICIAL FATHERS 3 1 to v If Doors Open 7 p.m. ^1 * P' MAJESTIC One Night Only t\�\ NEXT WEDN., FEB. ZU John A. Muhnrg, president. .Moo.e;^10 ar? simply hwwvIkx everything lietore them in the world at nmnie. The auccL*scs of (he i PUBLISHER DEAD Ottawa, Feb. Iti.-Ineorwoation lias been granted to the Frontier Lumber company, Limited, of Winnipeg, with a capital stock of $r�0,00n. London. Keb. 1 (i.-Willinm Loekelt j A^new, liead of ThomfiH Apnew and Sons, art publishers of London, Man* ehestor and Liverpool, London on Friday. Mr was sixty years old. Jaw; XA. (J. fiiiwkes, viee-fire.sidenl, ['ereival; .J. ii. MuHselnuui, secretary,-j . , , n . Retina; J. L. Kooke. To-o; Thomas i who P^(*ede(! them. th0. DIED AFTER OPERATION i Winnipeg. Feb. IU.-~llalidor Lgp:rr-son, a popular young business man jf this city, died lasr. night following an operation for appendicitis. 0r 1 I 'TOR THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD" Constipation Cured in His 78th Year Without Drugs Did yon ever know any person who Uiis permanently cured of Constipation by taking drills of any kind? j Drugs seem io assist nature at, the time, but as lime goes on larger doses two. necessary until trouble becomes chronic. Internal Bathing is the only real cur* for Constipation. It keeps the Col-! *m .or Lower Intestine free from all Hceuniiilaiion. Soon the system performs Its regular functions unaided, j and there is no further trouble. ) Air. A. McLean, of Conger' Lumber ; Co.. Parrv Sound, writes:-"I have been troubled with Constipation for the lasj oH or 40 years, and could not \ pass one day without takin^nedicine. j 1 have used the 'J. 15. L. Cascade' j sinco getting it 21 days ago. with j 'wonderful results. Will recommend anv person to unn it." Dr. Chaa. A. Tyrell, of New YorU. in- i ented and perfected the "J. B. L j Cascade" for luternal Bathing, which ! Is today tho only efficient means of accomplishing the desired results. Dr. Tyrelt has published an interesting book on Internal Bathing] called. "Whv Man 'of Today ia Only 50 per Cent. Efficient." which can be had free for the asJiing at the Hed Cross Drug & Book Co., Lethbridg*. Tiiey >v511 aljio be pleased to show andexplain the "J. B. L. Cascade" to yon. 1 v ? ? V V ? V ? V ? > > * * ? *� :* french War budget Paris. Cob. Hi.-Credits* amounting io ff.aOO.OOO.OOO fvuuca for war expenditures during the second quarter of lltlN, and 736(,nnii franc.-; for the civil budgei was asked of parliament today by Minister of Finance Klotz. The uost t)f the war during the second quarter of the present, year will exceed that during Uu> first quarier by nine hundred million francs. This is chiefly due to the increased pay of the soldiers at the frony. v A V ? V V A V V V Victoria B. C, Feb. 10.-A summons returuahle in the police couri on Tues-j day was served this morning on C. (.'. ! Wdwardpf local ^secretary of tlie Inter- j national Hfbip Students" Association, j in . Uiginbotham Co.. Ltd.. druggist*. Lethbridge.- Advertisement. * GET BIG CONTRACT I > A ? o  : * I With Fingers! Ketrina. Fob. Id.--Smith Brothers 1 and Wilson of Rcgiua have br-en awarded >ho contract for the T. JSaton V/ureiion^e here at a'price of $'{J>o,h0r�. D. D. D. DIARY 99 3 I I  Corns Lift Off j ___.-___ _ __ _ w Doearj't hurt a bit to lift any | corn or calluB right ofr. Try it! \ What ihe Press Agents Say , "FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD" You have read the story recently, in the Saturday JCvening see the picture. "HIS HIDDEN PURPOSE" Two Reei Paramount-Sennet Comedy with Chester Conklin, Marie and Gene Rogers. us Now on its return transcontinental tour, after record smashing engagements in all the principal cities from coast to coast. WITH THE SAME MAGNIFICENT NEW YORK COMPANY, INCLUDING AS SUPERB SCENIC INVESTITURE Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75, 50c "BETTER THAN 'PEG MY HEART/ * N. Y. SUN SEATS ON SALE NOW AT THEATRE i 4* UNIQUE DISPLAY OF WASH GOODS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOV.'. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. r>5-f; For a few cenfs you can JJei a small bottle of the magic druK free zone recently discovered by a (.'in-finJiatin man. .ftisf. ask at. any drug ^-torc for a .small bottle ot freexone. Apply a few-drops upon a tender aching corn or callus and in staidly all soreness di^ap-pearH ami .shortly you will find the corn or callus so loose that you lift it off with the fingers. .luflt. think! Not. one bit of paiu before applying freezone or afterwards. U doesn't even irritate the surrounding skin. Hard corns, soft corns or corns between the toes, al-! so hardened calluses on j bottom of feet. Bhrivel up and fall off .without hurting a particle. It is almost magical. Ladies! Keep a tiny bottle on the dresser and never let a corn or callus ache iwice.-Advert. AT THE ORr-HEUM Dr. Herbert. I. Travelutte, the great-esl living exponent, of Pscchic Phenomena and Auto Suggestion, after a run of fourteen days here on his two en-Kw^ements nf the Orpheum theatre to capacity business almost, every night yvill present his farewell performances today, matinee and night, which promise io be the besl yet for as he announced last night he had reserved the best testy in Hypnotism for this one big performance when lady subjects would be invited to come, upon the stage to try out the mysteries of suggestion.. Has Mysterious Power All Hen Deb, the mystic who has convinced hundreds here in the realms LAST TIMES TONIGHT JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS "a gay DECEIVER" Christie Comedy. VIVIAN MARTIN THE SUNSET TRAIL" In S. 0. E. Hall I I I WED., FEB. . AT 8 O'CLOCK 'Liberalism In Religion REV. FATHER FIT2PATRICK Parish Priest of Medicine Hal. Under auspices of Knights of rolumbu.t. PUBLIC INVITED MUSICAL PROGRAM ! ADMISSION FREE THREE NIGHTS STARTING Next Thurs. Special Matinee Saturday the film'SENSATNQN OF the entire CIVILIZED WORLD, IRA M. LOWRY PRE8ENTS Freedom of The World BY CAPT. EDWARD BOWER HESSER THE ONE TREMENDOUS, VITAL, AWE-INSPIRING, WAR PLAY WHICH PICTURES WITH HEART RENDING REALISM THE ATTROCIOUS BRUTALITY OF THE GERMAN INVADER. POSITIVELY THE MOST ASTOUNDING PRODUCTION EVER SEEN ANYWHERE. Prices..... ........50c, 35c, 25c Seats Now Selling monday Church of Psychic Phenomena with his remarkable demonstrations of thought trans-mi ttf on and mental telepathy never failing to answer* the many questions that have been sprung on him about almost, every conceivable thing with unhesitating correctness. Undoubtedly the Orpheum will be packed tonight for it will be remembered by many last year large crowds were turned away by this company on their last night for the S.It.O. (standing room only) sign was out long be-t'orithe time for the performance. Dorothy Qish in "Her Official Fathers," will be presented in pictures. rise Story of a Great Love A drama of big theme, bin emotional moments done in a big way with the famous star at her besf YouVe Never Seen Petrova until you've^seed DAUGHTER OF DESTINY" Lethbridge ONE DAY ONLY Mon Feb. MATINEE AND NIGHT FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE HERE HER FIRST PHOTOPLAY FROM HER-OWN STUDIOS -MARGUERITE CLARK IN "BAB'S DIARY" AT STARLANO 'MONDAY AND TUESDAY. AT THE MAJESTIC An event of unusual interest is to false place in Lethbridge. on the night of next. Wednesday, February 20, when 'The Ural" will be presented at the Majestic. This brilliant comedy which ran at the Harris and Morosco theatres in New York City and gave over 200 performances will be presented for the iV'si time on the road. Harry Lauder's appearance at the 0AUCHT8C2 peSTINY^ TONIGHT-BLUEBIRD ELLA HALL in "HER LITTLE BOY" IT'S A BLUEBIRD NOWON HIS FAREWELL TOUR IN AN ENTIRELY NEW REPERTOIRE OF SONGS, AND SOME Or HIS OLD ONES ASSISTED BY A LARGE COMPANY OF TALENTED ARTISTS. Advance Sale opens next Monday, February 18th at 10 a.m. at the Majestic theatre box office. Prices $3.00, $2.50, $2.00 and $1.00. > Mail orders now received for $3.00 seats only. Address all orders to Len S. Brown, Majestic Theatre, Lethbridge, and enclose stamped addressed envelope for reply, and money order .or accented cheque to cover cost of tickets. Orders for seats will be filled in the order in which they are received. Positively'no phone orders; before next Thursday morning, February 22nd. j 27491??55994 ;