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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FERRUAHY 1918 Tilr*. ^ETiirsi;n�f;i', DAILY HERALD page FIVE WANT AiO FOR Winnipeg. Feb. 20.-On I lie ground thai. Dominion government aid hnil been given to mnnul'ncttire.rH when they wont Into munitions making, a strong ploa was put. forward by I'rosi-dcnl A. 'I). MeConuell, today, speaking before ilio annua) convention of agricultural .socloliUH, statu aid should also ho given to farmers to' help win tlio war by increased food production. Premier Itordon Hont. a message to thy convention urging the need ot greater production. 0 A NARROW ESCAPE Vulcan. Fcl). IS.-The Advocate reports: What might have, proved to he n fatal accident, had it not been for timely intervention, happened to Mr. Alfred Clayton, a farmer living about Bix miles from Iloaruleigh post office, on Monday. Mr. Clayton was taking one of the hind allocs off a horse whon if kicked him, knocking him unconscious, and throwing him beneath two other horse's which wore in the stall of the stable at the time. Mr. Clayton laid tiiere until ho was found, his rescuer pulling Mr. Clayton up to the manger and backing tlio horses out of the stall. Dr. Brown of Vulenil was immediately pent for, and it was found that the injuries received by Mr. Clayton were fortunately not of a serious nature. He. hud received some bad' scalp wounds which had to. bo stitched, -and thorn woro various bruises) about the body, but no bones were broken, nor were, there any internal injuries. DRUGGIST FINED FOR SELLING PORT WINE Vnliwry, Vnb. !!'" eight". The m.'iir was between i the I!n:vvery six-�� '.tn in the last, ii. Following are Draw li. -lit!,II i'.. Draw ^. f bilingual teach-iiicd is sure to be � 'invent ion will be /mi unofficial eom-l.'plii'antss tor "vot- morning. corrects chest colds by giving strength to the blood and warmth to the body, while it is famous with physicians for relieving hard coughs and soothingthe lungs, throat and bronchial tubes. Scott & Bowjic. Toronto. Out. 1 : : > : : ? : : : ; > * : * NO DATE SET FOR SECOND U. S. DRAFT PERMIT IMPORTS Washington, Feb. 2 if. > % �*- A .> Notice to AU Members of Knights of Pythias WILL CELEBRATE THE NOT RECALLED London, Feb. lit).-ins Lead of Attorney General Sir Frederick K. Smith's return from America being hastened, lie louud it possible, lo prolong his stay there, according lo Andrew Bon ar Law. the government leader in the House of Commons when asked by Arthur Lynch whether ho could statu the seasons which led to tho attorney general's early return, lie was not recalled, said Sonar Law. --�. ! LAURIER'S ELECTION EXPENSES Ottawa. Feb. lit).-Statement of election expenses filed here show that the last general election contest in Ottawa cost. Sir Wilfrid I.aurier and his running mate, lial -McGiveru $!0, while tlie cost to A. K. Fripp, one. of the two successful candidates, was , Sl.tiiisi. Dr. Cliabot, tho other government candidate, has not yet fiied his statement. ACIDS IN SIOW SOUR THE FOOD AND CAUSE INQSGESIION comedian, who i j tour of Ant"."ie:i j the Wesley ehar. i Feb. 2Cth, has tr OF THE ORDER IN THEIR CASTLE HALL, AT 8.09 P.M. SPECIALLY PREPARED SPEECHES WILL BE DELIVERED. ALL MEMBERS ARE REQUESTED TO BE PRESENT. VISITORS WELCOME. / With Cash in tbe Bank You Can Bay to Advantage You know hov everything costs more when you have to buy 'on credit, Why not practice self-denial for a while if necessary, open a Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, and with thp money in hand, buy at Cash prices? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will have made a good start towards financial Independence. LETH0RIDGE BRANCH - - - F. VJ. NICHOLSON, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH  BARONS BRANCH .... "PAPERS DIAPEPSIN" FIXES SOUR GASSY, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES. If what you just ate is souring on your fetomnch or lie* like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of dizzlnes.1!, heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taate in mouth and stomach headache, yon can #urefy get. relief in five minutes. Ask your pharmacist toi show you the formula plainly printed on these fifty-cent cases of Pane's Diapepsln, then you will understand why dyspeptic troubles of all kinds must go, and relieves sour, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion in five minutes. "Pane's Uiapepsin" is harmless; tastes like candy, though each dose will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all the food you eat; besides, it makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; but what will please you most, is that you will feel that your stomach and intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to r,esorl to laxatives or liver pills fof biliousness or constipation. This city will bave many "Pape's Piapepsin" cranks^ as some people will call them, hut you will be enthusiastic about this splendid stomach preparation, loo, if you ever take it for indigestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get. some how, this minute, and" rid yourself of stomach misery and indigestion in five minutes.-Advert. APPROVE UKRAINE TREATY > Amsterdam, Pel.'. 20. - The ? federal council et tlie German > empire, a duspateh from Merlin ? says, has approved Die peace > treaty with the t'Urahie. ? : ? * > > ? * ? > HARRY LAUDER Harry Lamler, the famous Scotch making his farewell and will appear at i next. Monday nlKiit. d-his hand at editorial work. Severn] years ago. between ! his tour of the United States, he was i appointed "joke editor" of the People's i Journal of Life in Scotland, and he ! took an active interest in Iii3 work. Ile-I sitles furnishing material of his own, Mie established a "joke contest" for Jhis journal and offered a prize lor the (best humorous anecdote sent in. A i school boy of Kdinburgb. won Lauder's hen shilling with this story: j "Tom Wilson's son and heir had just been christened and the minister was | congratulating ihe worthy parents on I � the baby's splendid behavior. 'Why,'J j said he, 'that is the first time, in all j I my experience that I baptized a child j ' who did not cry during tiie cere- j Itnony!'" I � " 'Ye see. sir.' answered Tom. 'he's ^ : got kind of used to it. ills mitlier an'| i me has bee:; practicin" on him for the i last fortnight wi' a bucket u' ciutd } water.' " J I at THE empress j Madame Petrova will appear for the j last time tonight in "A Daughter of ', nestiny." Tilts is one of the best I'ea-; lures ever shown here. | AT THE ORPttEl'M i Tonight, for one night only. the. "Afedifttor'' will be shown. This is aj ; splendid picture and a thriller. Geo.! i Walsh, who is featured in tlie picture,! ! was the man who killed a wild cat ; ! with his bare hands while the picture | I was beinr; taken in the California j MAJESTIC TONIGHT at 8.30 The United Producing Co., Ltd., by Special Arrangement with OLIVER M0R0SC0 Present the Greatest Success in Years Wit!) the same j3rea* company, MISS REA MARTIN AS "THE BRAT" Prices: ... $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c PMPRESC � A Prices 10c-25c TONIGHT LAST TIME ,' ipouutain.-'. | at st a RL and \ The "auihi-sexlrous" artist is the i way a well-known -Chicago dramatic � critic referred to Julian JOltlnge. Ihe j noted feminine impersonator, who will be seen at Stiirland tonight and to- � morrow in his initial Paramount photoplay. "The Countess Charming" from 'the story by Cclott Burgess and Caro-: lyn Wells. 1 ,. On the stage Mr. Kltinge's poimlar-I ily wrts tlie amazement and wonder of j theatrical managers. Although a man's man and a thorough "good fellow." Mr. i Eltinge has tlio faculty of making himself appear a beautiful and captivating woman and in all the chins where he has appeared, thousands of women have flocked to Hoe and admire him. So great has been his success that one of the finest theatres in New Madame Petrova "DAUGHTER OF DESTINY The Story of a Great Love THE FAMOUS STAR IN THE FIRST PHOTOPLAY FROM HER OWN STUDIO. BIGGER AND fflNER THAN ANYTHING SHE HAS YET DONE. TOMORROW - THEDA~BARA~ IN "THE DARLING OF PARIS," A FOX SPECIAL. 'FOR SWEET CHARITY" STRAND COMEDY F. V. Covers, Mflnayer J. Blackwood, Manage? TONIGHT-TOMORROW JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS JULIAN ELTINGE FAMOUS FEMALE IMPERSONATOR, IN " The Countess Charm ing" TONIGHT Prices 10c-25c WJIIiam Fox Presents a Thrilling Picturizatlon of a World-Famous Book LSH in "THE MEDIATOR" Preparedness is Lish Henley's Big Idea. To insure peace he is ready for war. In consew/sat* ':-e finds fights everywhere, but wins quiet in the end. BEGINS HIS WESLEY CHURCHt��%$SHT NEXTMflMYJFeb^Kth ALL SEATS NOW SELLING AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE BOX OFFICE PRIPFQ  Mai" F,00r---'........$3.00,.$2.60. ri\lvL9 I Balcony ....... $2.50, $2.00, $1.W�::i-\fcn .-aujiia ;