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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATimDAY. FKBRUAKV \U\. I91� -A ----- -~ im LteTllBRiDGE t)AILY flERALD PAGE FIVE RUSSIA HAS ASPHYXIATED Amsterdam, Feb.' 16.-^icws has bken received In Berlin con-"tirmlno repoftt th�t RuMia hud begun tlie demobillMtion which her reprejiehtBtivee at Brett-Lit-' ovek announced had been ordered, accordlna to a.despatch frorp Berlin tc the Weser* Zeltunfl^ of Bremen^ ' " Oh the other hand the Vienna-'correepondent of- the Vosslcfle Zeitung reports he�hRB beeii Informed by Talaet Pasha, the Turkish premier, that Russia was'de-mobilicing In the Caucasus and that the portion of Armenia oii-cupKH by Russia was in the. process of bolrig^evacuated. Toronto, Feb. 10,-Shortly before noon today Sir. and MrR. noborl McDouald, aged about r>0, wtiro found (leail in Iheir bedroom from UUimlndttne gaa . iioiHoning. invoatleatlon Rhow- ' thu ronii) wng fount! open. An � Iniiuosl mnyi)o held. ? ? i * i ? : m Excmi COL REPBN London, Feb.^ 16.-An Amsterdam' despatch forwarded by the Central News reports that great exckement prevails In Warsaw. Students and workmen are planning a great demonstration. Military detachmcrils, mounted" and afoot are patrolling the streets. The theatre! have been' cloned. Representatives of the Austro-Hungarian foreign office have departed from the city. flV^ng officers Lomloni Fai). -Tiio following of-Ilcors have lieeii gazetted flyliic. affl-cors: �  � I.'icutenaiits,F. .1;.;Barclay, Ontario; C. A. ?Barry',,Qiiohec; H. A. Bri.Hcoll, Miinitdlia; H: .Berodeau, Quebec. Uleat. Col; B.' S. Mclnites, formerly of the milUta' department Ims been KB7.ottcd- a brigadier Avhilc employetl BB Inspector of'mines. Chaplain O. rnrauhor has-roBlgned,- -his i;oinmfs-Blon.  Lileut. U. G. Jardlno dtf the Flying Cotpb, "'I'dronto, was '(ifrudally l^lUed laHt.nlght.. :' .NEW'. Lurj�Bfe'n, co.> Otta-wa, -Feb.- j'6.-Incorpoatldn has boon the :ifroritler Lumber company, Umlted, tit Winnipeg, with a capital.Btock'of IBO.OOU. ^ r--.'".'' � CALGARY livestock Calgar>*, KeU.'.lG. -.No receipts of liogs recelye'd here'today. Hogs Bllll selling at $19. find cattle at IIO-.'SO. "FOIt THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD" EEDOM i �RLD" I huiiaon, Foil, J C-Colonel Rcplng-ton. military critic of the Mon.ilnK I'oat iind Howell A. Qwynno, editor of that newspaper, appeared todoy lii the Bow Street police conrt to answer to \ tlio charge that they "did on February II unlawfully and without lawful authority, publish information ylth respect to the dl.spoBlllon of nilHtnry forcoH of bis ninJcHtyiiml hIS' niujCH-ty'a allies on the western front 'In France, In contravention of the Defense of the Realm regulations." Col. Replngton and Mr. Gwynne also are chnreed with having utilawfully published Information with respect to prouosed plans for the conduct of military operations by forces on the western front In Franco. OFFICERS OF SASK. Wesley Churcfi? ortMotidny, Fobrtiary 2Bth, win brltl|*T!lliigIed joy and sorrow to the tnotsattda who, year after year, have welcomed the genial Scot to those jihorqiif; Ji^y over the fact that at her own titudlos by her very own company. In "Daughter of Destiny," Petrova fairly lives the role of Marlon Ashley, art student and beautiful daughter of th'cl Ambassador to Bel- they *iU be fable to see him and laugh .mtirk.'  with him hgh(n,^-'(i�d sorrow over the i To bocotne a Bluebird a photoplay fact that wilt be (lip last oppor- must pass the highest tests of oxcol-tunity' they 'wlll^ifer have to do "so. lence. It 'a play Is not good It connot LAudoi' nnnounfceajils positive retire- become a BUieblrd. Hence the advance as-surancfi that "My bltile Boy" to be publisher dead London. Feb. William LocUell Agne.w, head of Thomns Agnew and Sons, art publishers of London,' Manchester an jKijiuu.v will . not disappoint you. It has stood the j teat and today is the ma.stcr prepara-. ( tlon for all skin diHcii.�e.s. Try "D.D.D. Wo guurnnteo it.-^J. IX liiginliothani & Co.. Ltd.. druggists, Lethbrldge.- Advertisement. > MARGUERITE CLARK sufferer from skin dixoases. Including' , � , ,.,p,.t= uiim ulcers, pimples. soaleH. crust or Kc , ' (.[rt's 4)j D^b S zcma in any form, thi.^ remedy will, ^"'J-Oe'* Series. BAB'S DIARY 79 D. D. D. THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD" ]?or a few cents you can Set a small bottle of the nia^lc drug freezonc recently dlsbovered by a Cin; cinnatln nian." Just ask at any drug (Store for u small bottje oC freeKouc. Apply a n'cw drops upon a tender aching corn or callus and In-\ stantly all soreness disappears and shortly you will find' the corn or callus so loose that you lift It off with.the fingers. _ Just think! .Not one bk ot palu , before applying froesioue or ;atterwardB. It doesn't even irritate the surrounding akin. ' tlurd corns, soft corns or corns between the toes, also hardened calluses on bottom .of feet, shrivel up and tall off ,without hurting a particle. It is almost ma�lcal. , \ I^iadies! Keep a tiny bottle on the dresser and never- lota corn or calliis ache twice.-Advert, '(����ME AT THE ORpn^UM Dr. Herbert. I. Travelutte, the greatest living exponent of Pscchic Phenomena and Auto Suggestion, after a win. ct fourteen days hefe on his two engagements at" the Orpheupi theatre to capacity biisirtfaa almost every uight ylll present his farewell performances' today, matinee and night, which promise to bo the bes* yet for aS he an-: nounced last night he had reserved the best tests in Hypnotism for this one big performance when lady subjects would be Invited to come upon the stage to try out the mysteries ot suggestion.^ - 1 Han Mysterious Power All Ben Deb, the mystic who hits, convinced hundreds here In the realms m BEN DEB LECTURE Inl. 0. E. HaH WED.; on FEB. AT 8 O'CLOCK ''Liberalism In Religion' REV. FATHER FIT2PATRICK Pnrjsh Priest ot ^lodjclnc Hat. Under auspices, of , Knights of Colunibua. PUBLIC INVITED MUSICAL'PROGRAM i ADMISSibN''FREE You have read the story recently, In the, Saturday ICveulng I'(ist, see the picture. "HIS HIDDEN PURPOSE"-. Two Reel Paramount-Sennet Comedy with Chester Conklin, Marie Psovost and Gene RoBsrs. Now on Its-return transcontinental tour, after record smashind . engaQcments in M the principal cities from coast to coast. WITH THE SAME MAGNIFICENT NEW YORK COMPANY, INCLUDING MISS REA MARTIN AS "THE BRAT" SUPERB SCENIC INVESTITURE Prices: $1.50/$1.00, 75, 50c "BETTER THAN 'PEG O' MY HEART.' "- N. Y. SUN SEATS,ON SALE NOW AT THEATRE "A GAY DECEIVER" Christie Comedy. LAST TIMES^TONIGHT JESSE L.LASKY PRESENTS VIVIAN MARTIN in �THE SUNSET TRAIL" THREE NIGHTS STARTING Next Tiiurs.j Feb. 21 Special Matinee Saturday THE FILM'SENSAtNpN OI^THE ENTIRE CIVIJ-IZED-WORLD, IRA M. LOWRY PRESENT* **For The Freedom of The World*' / BY CAPT. EDWARD BOWER HES8ER THE ONE TREMENDOUS, VITAL, AWE-INSPIRING, WAR PLAY WHICH PICTURES WITH HEART-RENDING REALISM THE ATTR0CIOU8 BRUTALITY Of THE GERMAN INVADER. POSITIVELY THE MOST ASTOUNDING PRODUCTION EVER SEEN ANYWHERE. Prices . .. ^......... SOc^ 35c> 25c 3ctts Now Selling f�AROUfPlfe CLARK IN "BAB'S DIARY'! AT STARUANpiMONDAY AND -TUESDAY. / - > ALI KNOWS AIL 1 of I'sychlc Phenomena with his rein�i'k-able demonstrations ot thought .trans-mlttlon and' mental telepathy never falling to answer^ tho many questions that have boon sprung o|i him about almost every conceivable thing;> with unhesltatlns correctness.* , ' Undoubtedly ther Orpheum will be packed tonight tor' It will lie remembered by many l�8t,year large crowds wore turned awiiy.hy this company on their last night, tor the a.R.O. (stapd-Ing room only) sign was out long be-for (the time for the porrormanoe. Dorothy Oish in "Hor'OCticlitl Futii-, era," will, bo presented In' pictures. AT tnillAJESTic v An levont'Ot'unuauM 'Interest is to take place lU' Lethhjldge on the, ulght ot next Wednesday, FSbrufiry 20,',whoii! "The Brat"- will be' presented, at the, Maiestlo. This ^brilliant comedy whibhv ran at the Harris aojjMorosoQ thMtres' In Now Ygrl? City and gave over SOQj verjtormances will bfe presented at 10 a.mi nV the Majestic theatre bb^ office. Prices $3.00^ $2.QO,'^.0O and $1.00. Mall orders now roco'ivoii for 13,00 seats' only. AddWas all r'-^--' to Len 8. Browp, ^aieatle Theatre, .Lathbrldo*; and iincloif,! ed addreasod enveo Ph" next Thurfilay mermng,.f�6rujiry tint:, ^ ^ < 14315023 ;