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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm riiT^.'ii^iiTrirm'inyhK daily herald PAGE FIVB, WUinlpog,. Fob. 20.-On. the grounil tlint Dominion Bovc'rnniont Ricl Imd 1)oon given to mnnutiictiirnrs when tlioy wfent into munltlonpi ninklng, n .sti'oiig ploa .v/an put forward by I'rosl fUml A. 'D;,McCouneU, today, apoaklng bcCnro tlio annual couvoiitlon'of ngrl tiulturiil Boclotlaa, thai state aid should hIho bo given to formers to' help win tho war by increased food vroduotlon. I'renilor Bordon Bont n inessago to tho convohtlon urging tho noijd of greater production. � .: � ? > * , K. 12:00 a.m. Draw Skelth 10, SaptildliiK J^, O.C. Nicholson 12, CarlH'ciy 7, K. Cummlngs 8, Moffat 10, ii. Telegrai^h Briefs HUN WARSHIP DAMAGED London, Fob. 20.r-A Gorman guard-ship stationed In the Baltic near Lnngoland Island (north of Kiel Bay) has been damaged, through striking a German mine. BRITAIN'S DAILY EXPENSES London, Feb. 20. - Andrew Bonar Law spoakin.c; in tiie house of commons today said the average daily expenditure during tho four weeks ended February 16 was �(;,;iSl,000. VICTIMS, BURIED .Montreal, Feb. .:>0.-Fifty-three little white caskets, each containing tlio body of one victim of the Grey Nunnery fire were burled- this afternoon. The service was distinctly a "family" one, the sisters who had pared for thu little ones who lost their lives in the disaster, asslstinET'as far as possible In tho service. � BRINGS ARMS . Copenhagen, Feb. 19.-A Russian ice breaker has arrived at' Helsingfors from Reval, iwith arms and soldiers, according to a Stockholm despatch to the National Tidendo. THlSDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS 100 lb. Bag* Bran. Regular $1.70. Thursday ............................. 20, lbs. Granulated Sug::** "S- * ! S' .> > :iiiiions, for a convention In which the-;.- expect to formulate a unified stjitoiiifiiit of tho war alms approved by tiie Socialists of all tho allied countries. at the ma.1estic For the Freedom ol" tlip World." acknowledged to be thr; world's greatest and most sensational motion picture spectacle will open a�throe days' engagement af. I he .Majestic theatre tomorrow, with the regular evening performances and the usual Saturday matinee. It la Impossible to offer com-parlsonB with other spectacles, for thor6 has never been anything just like "For the Propdoiiv of the World" produced before. R Is one overHhelming ma?s of startling episodes, exciting climaxes, thrllllDg .scenes, terrific suspense, and hoart-ronding i&thos. "The .Brat,:' tho delightful play which scored aftch a distinct success here some time ago will he tho attraction at tho Majestic theatre tor tonight only. .Tudging by the manner in which tho play 'was rocoivod here on its first visit. It phoulrf draw a large audience to the theatre 'tonight. Identically the same company that appeared hero before will'be seen again tonight, Including Miss Rea Martin, the clever young American actrfegs In the title role of "The Brat." : REPULSED RAIDS Paris, Feb. 20.-"Three German ,raids on small French posts in the region of Quincy Wood, northwest of Couroy arid in tho sector of Vauquois were repulsed by the French fire," says today's official report. Washington, Feb. 20.--Secretary Baker authorized the statement today that no date had ? . beeniael.e.cted for. the bogiuning ot tho second draft. Various estimates have placed the time between March 1 and Juuu 1. � � o > NOT RECALLED ^ London, Fob, 20.-Instead of Attor-'.^' ney General Sir Frederick B. Snilth's ,J return from America being hastened, .j, he found It po.sslblo to prolong his .|, stay there, according to Andrew Bon-.|, ar La\y, the government leader in tho .1,1 House" of Commons when asked by ,1,1 Arfliur L.vnch whether ho could stato tho seasons which led to tho uttornoy general's early roulrn.. He was not recalled, said Bonar Law. .;. > > � : o ; � : >>�� LAURIER'S ELECTION EXPANSES Ottawa, Fob. 20.-Statement'of eleg_-tion expenses filed hero show thatthe last general election contest in Ottawa cost Sir Wilfrid Laurlor and '(lis running mate, Hal McGivorn 18,160, while the cost to A; 15. Frlpp, one qt tlie two successful candidates, ^va'ti $1,859. Dr. Chabot, the other government candidate, has not yet tiled hlEJ statement. � CAUSE WESIN -PAPEIS DIAPEPSIN" FIXES SOUR GASSY, UPSET stOMACHS ; - IN FIVE MINUTES.  � HARRY LAUDER Harry Laiuler, the Vanious Scotch comedian, wiin is making this farewell tour of Ameriia and will appear at the Wesley churcli next Monday nlgiit, Feb. 25th, ha.i irinj.his hand at edltor-tal work. Several years ago. betv/een his tour of tlu! United States, he was appointed "joke editor" of tlio People's �Journal of Lite in Scotland, and he took an active interest in ills work. Bo-SiUea luruislilng material ot his own, he esfabllBhed a "joke contest" for his journal and offered a prlzo tor tho best hiunorouB anecdote sent in. A school boy, ot FdiiiburgU won Lauder's 'ten shilling with this story: ' "Tom Wilson's son and heir had just been christened and the minister was congcatiilatiiig tho wortliy parents on the baby's splendid behavior. 'WTiy,' said ho, 'that, is the first time in all my experience tint I baptized a child Who did not cry during the ceremony!'" .' " 'Ye Bee, sir,' answered Tom. 'he's got kind ot used to it. His niither an' I me has been practlcln' on l\lm for the at 8.30 The United Producing Co., Ltd., by Speelal Arrangement with OLIVER MOROSCO Present the Greatest Success In Years last fortuight water.' at tkb empress Madame Petrova will,appear tor tho last, time tonight ln"A Daughter pf the best tea- OF THE ORDER TONIGHT IN THEIR CASTLE HALL, AT 8;00 P.M. SPECIALLY PREPARED SPEECHES WILL BE PELIVERED. ^ ALL MEMBERS ARE REQUESTED TO BB;PRE'8ENT. VISITORS WELCOME. / If what you just ate Is! souring on your Stomach or lies like a lumj) of I?"'-;."'","? - lead, refusing to digest, or you b�lch', P�.''M'iJ'- '^' o?ie of gas and eructate sour, undigested; food; :ture� ever shown here, or have a feeling ot dizziness, hparfi ' ^ burn, fullness, nausea,o table with a healthy appotito;' biit What win ploaso you most, is th(it you same great company, LiJTlni With the Including MISS REA MARTIN AS "THE BRAT" Prices: ... $1.50, $L00, 75c, 50c IViUi Call i (lie itak " Yoii Ctn Boy to Advantage You knoy [h at Tim orphel'm Tonight, for one- night only. ,the �'Mediator" will be shown. This is a nplendid picture and a thrlUiar. Qeo. Walsh, who is featured in the picture,, was the man wlio killed a wild cat with'his hare hands.while tho picture .was being taken in the Callfoinia ijpountalns. at starland The "ambl-soxtroua" artist Is thu waj^ a wplt-known Chicago dramatic critic referred to Julian JOltinge, the noted fomininc Imporsonatoii who wlil be seen at Stiirlnnd tonight and to- * f^'lVVlV; vn,r �inm,r., nn^ I'arftmOUnt phO- T.^'JlV^irZ, "rl^^Sf*^ ,r.lM Ttoplay, "Thp countess Charming" from. tines are clean and fresh, and yo\i will i)ot need to ijosort to laxattvea of liver; pills fey biliousness or'oonatlpatlou.' This city will; Jibve many "Pnpe'ii DlttPQPStn" cranks, us,Bome people will call theiu, but you will bo enthu^Ugtlci about this eplondid .stomaoh prepefra FOR THE .1 Si An Overwyimirigiy' Sensational Drama of tKc^ Great War. \ i?' , ----h--�-i--'^H PRICES ....... 50c, 35c and 25t .TONIGHT-TOMORROW JE$8E U, CASKY PREfiiliN'rS JUUAN ELtlNGE FAMOUS FEMALE IMPERSONATOR, IN *^The GOuntesa Charming" 4 - J .^^^lilnni Fox PrMontt � Thriliinff Picfiirls^itlen of > World-Famou* BqoK, WMIW In'1MBIIIM 10933?0635 354 ;