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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, H. ? a *7* Wednesday   Ottawa, Kcb, iMan'h i!0. is still considered as a most likely date i'or the HKnemhl/rif*- of liament, more purlieul.-'rly as Ihe prus-prospects Jii'd ttin I t lie result ol' : thi* miUUiry vote In King hi ml will he j known before tin- end ol' the week. Nn dofiiillr. announcement may be made, howe^'m*. until Sir Kobfi't liordeu re-Minis from Washington at tin; end of 11\t> week. There is now no doubt but I ha I Sneaker Rlvurio-H wIiI be re-eloet.d | = when the house meet*. Should,ihe date be March 20. it. hi believed that l.ho debate on the address eould be, disposed of unci *nn interim supply hill voted beCufe Good Kridtiy whieh f�lN v NO INCREASE RATION^ FOR HUNS Zuilch. I'V.h. j;.. -Iferr Brcr-Uv h, Inn ii:;v;j:'.!.Mi min'.sior of (.he rater.'1;::*, Ji:�� informed Ihe \s: j j'.' thnt revised r.-uinuit es at the, rilticU.s of grnln in tins country iihuw i!kU there urn supplies for fully a i'Mmib loss (him -tho fJ/iil mimate indlcal-cd bf-eause (if the difl"Icull ies of lntr.' *> > *> ** .1 CALL FOR An Atlantic Port, Fob. A. call for li'Mp l'i'"in HritlHh nLtmm�r in would l>f> nouossary. REFUSE TO FiGHT THEM I'fclrotfrad, Feb. 2f�. - A report (liar 20,000 German wohliors r of muni to af-lack tho UuHsians in the unw cam pa it'," yv;ih Riven on( today by tho Bnlnhoviki toh-Krapli a^^noy. I'ollrth troopK v.\ fiomo liiHtai>ci>fi an- nuhl lo havo f!"d. The isHuanon 20 wh WashiiiKton. Koh. 1T>. Anioricmi Minister Aiorris at Sloelihohij lotlay forwar-iod arlvieos ^at herrd from al-JJed diplomats in Pciro^rad that all tlie embassies there had made arran^e-i;-.-:iirs to leave on iMiliniiiry 2-', if it hoc�mo necessary. V v MAJESTIC ONE DAY ONLY, NEXT SAT., Mar. 2 MATINEE AND NIGHT AUTHQfi/TY of* , MAW & ERLANGER and GEO C.TYLER 1AURETTE TAYLORS GREAT NEW YORK SUCCESS A A v i * RATION CARDS IN ENGLAND London, 1'Yb. 2 a.-The new jjlan of distribution went into effect today ami every person who desired to make purchases of meal, butter or margarine wuh required lo produce a ration card. The food ministry announces that no complaints have been received and that the plan is working smoothly. Persons of the poorer classes appeared lo he well pk'KMed with the change, because they are no longer compelled to stand in lout; lines at ihe markets. Watflrfown. N. V. - " Lar.i Tall when I wan ex|tectiuK to hrcoino a moth'-r L was in very poor health. 1 fiuttirred f r o in a f e ni a ) e v/eakviess no I did not have strength enough, to do �my own work and could not stand on my J'i"'t for any I"ne;t.h of time. Lydia K. lJinkh�?.m's Vegetal) i o Compound my I improved in health so that when my baby came the doctor pair} hp never saw a women got along any better than 1 ('id and I know it v/a.i Lydia K. I'i'.il;burn's w^otabio (!onpound that hv.-lpcl me,**-Mrs. Kknkst HKliiKK, 124'Wyoming Ave., �Wutertown, N. Y. Womi-n who continually overtax their strength until they ftet into tiuch a wealtpned conditio;] zliotihl profit by Mrs. 1-Jecbe'G experience and try this famous met and herb remedy, Lydia rinkham's Vegetable Compound. For spocinl auggestiona write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. 'Ph.* rc-ndt of its long experience is at your service. Toronto, . Feb. 25.-Hen. William J. Brynn, United States ex-secretary of state, havingbeen invited to attend ,ind address the Ontario Prohibttion convention which opens here tomorrow, the Daily News, in a big type, front page editorial, demands that the invitation be canceled. His libellous report on fintiiih rule in India; his calm n sensibility to German outrage.?. >n the present war; his anti-ally attitude rc-QardiilQ munitions, contribute to make his prest:nee unwelcome, enya the News. Mnck's No-Rub Soap Tablets. Regular 5c. Tuesday, 6 for .................. Carnation Milk (large)./ Regular 20c. Tuesday, 3 for .................. Jap Tooth flicks. Regular 5c. Tuesday* 2 for ..................... Tins, Braid's Best Coffee. Regular 60c lb. Tuesday, lb......................... Very fine B. C. Onions. Regular 5 lbs. Tuesday, C lbs. ..................... * W * I 4 * t 25c. 25c 50c 8c 45c 25c p * * Crisco. Regular 55c. Tuesday ....... Carmel Pancake FJour. Regular 35c. Tuesday....... New Laid Eggs. Guaranteed. Regular 70c. Tuesday, per dozen................. Star Ammonia Powder. Regular 15c. Tuesday, ocr or.cket ................. Robin Hoed Porridge Oats. Regular 35c. Tuesday........................... * 4 50c 29c 65c 10c 30c Deliveries livery Hour Phone 313 4 t WILL TAKE V *l ? i V * * > o > *** DAYLIGHT SAVING Ottawa, Feb. 25.-There is no official authority for statements which have been made that the government will at the approaching session introduce a daylight, saving bill. The government - is likely to be governed in the matter by public sentiment. COMPLETED MARCH 7 Toronto, Feb. u.r>..- At Ihe (.'. X. U. arbiiraiion today it. whs announred that the Maekenzie. and Mann ease would not. ho completed before Mar. 7. Amsterdam, Feb, 25.-Count Von Hertling, the German imperial chancellor, announced today in the reichstag that the Russian government had accepted the German peace conditions and he add-  eri that the conclusion of peace must er.suc shortly. Austri.-j Ready Aiii.-'terdnm, T'-b. j.". (Dun* C/.er-nin, tlie Austro Muii^.irian 1'oreign minister, iieeording lo ;i from Vii'iuui. has Hfnt ;; uio-'-af.e hy wireless lo Lfjon Trol/hy the Holshe.viUi foreign jninister. siiuinr: tiiat Austria-Hungary is reudy iunjoinUy wiili her allies to bring tin* peiiei� uogotialiotiH with RttHsiu. to a eonrhision. work.-!. N'ol only \.\ th"ir i-nlb'elive : lechnifpie sontftiiiii:; i niarvd itt hut their most pvocioie- jjit't is ilie. won-dt'i'l'iii inspirnlioj which 'hey ure'ahb: to dnw I'roiti tlir'r nui.-ic. These ( riu luphnni you u g but g:*e:i t nrlist-i hnve rafliated ihojr power ever five cniitiiien'^. am! the s'ori'-s ol Hif'ir advi'iiturcs sound liiie tho "Arabian XigbtH.'' Born in Russia n\ paron!- unable to .Majestic Theatre,, matinee ami ni^ht, next .Saturday. March 2nd, by a |)o\\-rrful London comjiany through at � rangementH with Klaw and Krhnigi'r and George ('. Tyler Many v}*}tfiv,i in Sow Vork during the pas; two year.-have hroiighi. back repurtK' of Ihe tremendously effeeiivf si-enf;s of !hi.-: play which has the great, wa;- as n background but. treats it objectively rather than subjectively. Scats go on the ! 11 I'll 1 Vi-' box I tary authorities a T>ii31 .lone.L.. iik'ui is curried, including macliiuc :-ains. titles, auununivton. ga� roasKo and steel helmets, and the .slightest derail is faithfully portrayed. t prucnr" for them an expensive inusiea) i .^ale on Thursday at educaliuu. they Urr(e|,- out as coiicert i oflice. uvt'ht* ar u})Otn i]fe :t^o thai the or-! d'nas'.v child comes lu.tlie use of rca-j son and for �i:;iren years they hnve MAJESTIC TWO DAYS COMMENCING eairieri the flag of iiu'ir geniu.s into twenty-eight eoururii's. If is uniqiK' tu find three groat, sol-oisl� such as Leo. .Ian anil Alischel C'herniavsky i-oniinning regularly to interpret trios. Their program always commences with rrios, fben eaeli of iho soloists .'nalies his appearance i I,1if|\ war veterans from the chy of ('al^ary will appear at (he Majestic Tlieatre on Monday Jind Tunsday.: Mar'-h 4ili and ;>th in a four act. military comedy entitled "The. Volunteer." Tliis production is from Hie pen of Set'^t.l;. I). Gitnis, and so pronounced j a success i.s it that a protracted lour j has been arranged. The company will he one that, has beeu specially selected NEXT MON. MARCH . . THE CALGARY GREAT WAR VETERANS PRESENT THE and the combination brings its dyna*! out of a total membership of 1 lie Oul-mic program lo a conclusion with a j gary branch of l.tfOI) by reason of the, final trio. Their appearance here ! histrionic and musical talents of the shortly should undoubtedly draw a1 individual members* appearing, record audience. ' "The Volunteer" has an all-mulo ! -^-- ^ cast, and ihe plot deals essentially AT THE IMPRESS wlt'! tidier (lif� as It really Is. The audience will witness scenes in which .T. Stuart Ularkson. s production.; 1ho fortunes of the principals are fol-"Woinanlioori." is without douht the; |0WG(l fr(mi Uie time of enlistment i most timely sensation ol tlie season, and is even greater than "TheJlatlle VOLUNTEER -A VIVID FOUR ACT PL& OF THE GREAT WAR COMPANY OF FIFTY HARRY LAUDER GUEST OF LETHDRIDGE TONIGHT LSOttEWrtERE IH FRANCE") by J.HARTLEY MANNERS r "I AUTHOR OF PE6 O'MY HEART >1 > WIT H E LSA RYAN Dlk^CT FROM TWO StoS&S iJiyyN NEW YORK NiSht .. Matinea Children, NOT PICTURES PRICES . . $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c .........$1.00, 75c, 50c Matinee Only .. . 25c Will ately, Sine; ENGINE sell, complete or sepnr-r.l h.p. Daniel's Gas Weptuiffhouse Generator and Switchboard, practically as good as. now, suitable for manufacturing purposes or an electric light plant. WINNIPEG PAINT & GLASS COMPANY, , WINNIPEG j i _ Cry of Peace," which Mr. Black ton fFmm Onr o-v, "i'nnvse-nn-nt) " | also produced, and which was such a Maeleod, Feb. �>:., L. II. Burnett.; vvnmleriul picture at the impress to-manager of the Hudson1, Hav Co..1 niKht. Mncle.cK?, left this week to attend the' "Womanhood" tells of M;*ry Ward, a manager* ineetlnj: hi Winuipep, thence' bnllfunt Ailicrlcan x\r\. who is puesi ' of honor at a farewell ball in Kuri-tania. Tliis is a country in which the tie facto ruler. Maranal Prince Uario,, holds sway. His sou. Count Dario, is! very younp: and su.scopiihle, and lie! falls .sincerely in love with Mary. j He, proposed to Mary, who 'almost , accepts him. but she tells hint if lie is | in earnest to runic to America for her 1 answer. He make* rim significant comment that he may be in America sooner than she expects. until they meet. Fritz in death-gripp on the plains of France. The scenes are all specially painted, and include recruiting office, barrack room, barrack square, transport, billets in France, in Miy the kind permission of the Can-ad/an Milhary authorities a fall equip* SPECIAL BAND AND ORCHESTRA Price* .......... $1.00, 75c, 50c Seats on Sale at Theatre Box Office, Thursday a.m. io Montreal, after which he will visit! New York on bushn-.-s connected with the company's husinesh. Speaking- of1 the business for nie p;ist year. Mr. Burnett aairl "it -v^ ihe best year the company ever had in Maeleod. the total of the busin-s- more than doubling that of any pr-vious y>ar. and the prospects for liU> i- much better than wc have ever ban in .Maeleod. 1 mm looking forward to ;i much better year than Cjvou Htl7." ;'i> it is with the bus-inrss men of .V! v� \V. A. LUy. who lost his stable in the fire of a week ago. was delighted to discuss the loss with''an adjuster less tlian thirty six hours after the fire occurred. mt After the winterplays -of the past Oicsley Cburcb AT ST A RL AND. noueflas Fairbanks goes to the extreme in his '.-utleavor to obtain realism. As an indication of t-liis he re-cent ly took his cut ire company of fifty j)eople frnni bos Angeles to "Wyoming, in ordei^ ro get Hie true background for his new Art era fi. f>h�81 et e,,tf.,m st'p"f the \ ! that has moved the sw*w and changed (the thermometer so that it now frauds 30 degrees nbove the zero point. The ice harvesters are delighted .'with the crop they have gathered in. i while iuit. so thick ns some years, in !lhe past, the qualify is much better, ; arfcl the ice houses are well filled. ; Alex McDonald, whose place of business- and stuck was burned a week ! ago. is ip>\v located in the old Queen's | hotel, and has received his first slrip-, men* of Overland supplies and auto i parts. He expects to keep his sample j rooms in this dmilding and erect a ; warehouse on the old stand. His fire ! Insurance has been reported by the . adjustor. The Stewart rink returned from ; Letlibridge. whene they were successful in bringing home two first prizes : and several prices of silverware which !will make their collection for this I season's work perhaps larger than any other rink in the province of Alberta. branding of cattle, reckless riding and roping of steers. Two excellent com-j edies complete a program that is sure j to be a cure For the "blues." I SPECIAL NOTICE AT THE MAJESTIC i Widespread interest has been aroused in the inspiring play. "Out There," Laurette Taylor's groat New ork success, which will be presented at the A FEW CHOICE SEATS ARE STILL AVAILABLE. ON SALE AT THE WESLEY CHURCH LOBBY. TH,E DOORS WILL OPEN SHARP AT 7.30, AND THE PERFORMANCE WILL START PROMPTLY AT 8.30. LATE COMERS WILL POSITIVELY NOT BE SEATED UNTIL THE INTERMISSIONS. CHILDREN IN ARMS NOT AO* MITTED. * \ MPRES Prices 10c-25c THE WORLD FAMOUS Our government has asked ub to conserve the supply so that our soldiers and Allies may be fed. Every one should heed that request. It is the profound duty of every housewife in America to serve meatless meals ut least one day each week, WE HAVE COMPLETE LINES OF Fish and FOR THE QUALITY IS TODAY, TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY GIGANTIC! SPECTACULAR 1 INSPIRING- Womanhood .WITH ALICE JOYCE CHERNI VSKY TRIO LEO JAN VIOLINIST PIANOS MISCHEL 'CELLIST Accompanist, Alex Czerny. Will Appear In ass � 1 � � i In Knox Presbyterian ' Church 3� 44 Friday March At 8.30 p.m. g�T.- WOMANHOOD THC GLORY OF THE NATION' nit(Fw.*AutE Jorcr. HAHKY ftoftCJf AW AH ALL VHAbrsAPH MM JAN CHERNIAVSKY EST WE CAN GET AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT Phone 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKEST THE CITY. \ IN The riierniavskys will give a itmcert! here ou Friday, March 1st in Kna\M church. Like a fresh breeze blowing! beneath the, tropical �un. the music 1 of Leo, .Ian. and Mischel Chernifcvsky | has spread a noval and delicious at-mosnhere in tire Amerlcftn musical world. I The Cherniavaky'H dash,, und the1 j nia^noiitim of Uie handsome yuung art-; ! ists brings a new glamor to (heir in- \ I terprf utiua of Uie great master's l New York i.uuiDou irom the sky-------Submarines discharging torpedoes under water-Zeppelins imjiiocuveriiitf in action - "The aerial torpedo" is demonstrated. ' * LEO CHERNIAVSKY Under auspices of the Choir. Prices $1.00 to any part of the auditorium. Children under 16 year*, 50c. Tickets now on sale at Robertson & Co. Book Store, Jackson & Co. Drug Store, Armstrong 4 Raworth Jewelry Store and all members of the choir. ft is adviiable to secure your tickets as early as possible. Prospects are for 5 crowded house.\ TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "MISS BILLIE "THE JUNGLE BUTTONS'* and i CURE"-Comedies The Man From Painted Post / ;