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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBHUAIIY 25, MM 8 THE UiTHHItinOK DAfLY iriCRALP PAGE FIVE 20 LIKELY OUawa, Veil. 2�. .-� VVecliicsilBy. March 20, ia bUII conalilofGd ns u most Ukuly (luUi for tim uEsemblliiE; ot piir-lluiuoiil; mnro particularly hh tho pros fill, proapncta ore (hnt tho rcsull, of jthn mllllnry vote In EnRlanil will ho j Imown betoro tho onil oC tho week. No lotlnltc nnnouiihomont may lin mailo. liowoynr, until Sir Rol)6rt Honloii lo-(urns from Washington nt tlic end of tho week. There la now no iloubt but thni Spenkor RliudOH vfUl bo ro-oloeted v/iion the house mogtH. Should ttho data lio March 20, It Ib bellovoil that tho ilcbuto on thu address co\ild be dis-.poHcd ot imd'nn tntevim Bupply bill voted botwo Good Fridiiy which falln It would bo necossury. � tpflnsportotlon, according to ? Muiiilch dlapivtch. There was no' > f?rei?.t hapo, the nilmlster la nuol- > : : > * cc8 are said to have fled. The iBSuanot!" ot war roportsi was be-eun today., WILL LfeAVE ' Washtnglou. Feb. 2,''..--AmerieHti Minister Morris at Stockholm todny forwar.ied advices Rttthorod from allied diplomats in Petrogfad that all tho ombasBles there had made arrango-iDOuts to leave on Pobruury 2;{ If it bona mo necessary. Halifax, F(i). 25.-A dispatch dated St. Pierre. Mtquolon, Hat^irdaV, and received by the agent of the ship Ifuro todns stated, that It was'reported there that 'the mlsslnt; steamer Acadien was being towed Into Placenia, Newfojuul-' land. : >*!'>> ? * * > * RATION CARDS IN ENGLAND :� MAJESTIC one day only, next SAT., Mar. 2 .matinee and n|ght AUTHORITY of KLAW 8c ERLANGER ANr, GEO C.TYLER LAURETTE TAYLOR! GREAT NEWYORK SUCCBS London, Fob. 2ri.-Tho new plan ,of distribution went Into effect today and every person Who desired to make ot meat, bnttnr or niorgarlnu was rotiuired to produce a ration card. The food ministry announces that no complaints have been received and that the plan Is working smoothly. Persons ot the poorer classes appeared to be well pleased with tho change, because they are no longer comjielled to stand In long lines at tho markets. THIS WOMAN KNOWS She Proved that Lydia E. Pinkham'ft Vegetable Coin/v ^fEW YORK NOT PICTURES PRICES . I.';Night ... $1.50, $1.00, 75e, 60c ; Matlneo.........$1.00, 75c, 50c -CWIdren, Matinee Only ... 25c PSEIGiNE Will soli, complete or aepar-litely, Bi h.p. Daniel's Gas Et; .'gliie; w;estlnghou8o Geiaorator, ^^nd Switchboard, .practically as goml as ;^oiv, Bultable^for manu-> facturing purposes qr an,electric Heht plant. i i WINNIPEG PAINt'^A. glass, Company, , V; WINNIPEG > BOIESS A ' mOGflOO ' _......\ iVrnm Our Own rnrrespondi-nt) MacJeod, Feb. 2r,.--i,. il. Burnett, manager of the liudson'ri IJay Co.. Madewl, left this week to attend the managers meeting in Winnipeg, thence to Jlonlreal^ after wliich he will visit, New York on business connected with! l""'"- T^ '^ouiJl'M In which the do facto ruler. Marsftal Prince Darlo, at the empress .T. Stuart Blaekson's production, "Womanhood," Is without doubt the niost timely sensation of the season, and is oven greater than "The,Haltle Cry ot Peace," which Mr. Blackton also produced, and which was such a wonderful picture at the Empress tonight. "Woniaiilioou" tcUs ot Mary Ward, a brilliant American gUi, who is guest of honor at a farewell ball in Iturl- Majestic Theatre,, niatlnce and night, next Saturday, March 2n(l. by a powerful London company through arrangements with Klaw and Hrlang^ir and George C. Tyler Many visUm's to Ne\v York during the past two year.s have brought hack reports' ot the tremendously effective scenes of tlii.^ | play which has the great war as a I backgrolnid but treats It objectively i rather than subjectively. Seats go on | sale on Thursday at the theatre box i oftice. ! Filly war veterans from the city of ; (.'ftlgary will appear at the .Majestic Theatre on Monday , and Tuesday,! Mai'cli -Ith and Sth In a toin- act military comedy entitled "The Volunteer." This production is from the pen of Sergt.'f!. D. Oittus, and so ))ronounced a succeSs Is it that a protrticted lour has been arrnngied. The company will be one that has been specially selected out of a total membership ot the Calgary branch ot 1,600 by reason of the histrionic and musical talents of the individual members appearing. "The Volunteer" has an all-male cast, and the plot deals essentially with soldiervltfe a.* It really Is. The audience will witnesB scenes In which' tho fortunes of the nrinclljals are, followed from the tlihe ot enlistment until they meet Fritz in death-gripp on the plains ot France. The scenes arc all specially painted, arid Include re-(!rultlng office, barrack room, barrack square, transport, billets In Prance, in "MJy the kind permission of the Canadian Military authorities a full equip- tary authorities a. '5ulllone,t,, ment is carried. Including macliiuo guns, rifles, ammunition, gas mBBKp business for the iiast year, Mr. Burnett said "it wiis the liest year the company ever had in Macleod, the total of the business more than doiib- holds sway, lli.s son. Count Darlo, is very young and susceptiWe, and he falls sincerely in love with Mary. Ho proposed to Mary, who'almost MAJESTIC TWO DAYS COMMENCING NEXT MON. >� MARCH . THE CALGARY GREAT WAR VETERANS PRESENT, THE VOUINnER ,A VIVID FOUR ACT Pl/^T OI^ THE GREAT WAR COMPANY OF FIFTY SPECIAL BAND AND ORCHESTRA Prices .......... $1.00, 76e, SOe Seats on Sale at Theatre Box Office, Thursday a.m. . ' ling that of any previous year, and the i accepts him, but .she tells him It he is .L-i. I prospects for 191S i,s much better tlian ! we have ever hail in Macleod. I am looking forward, to a nnich better year than jvon 1017." Ko it Is with,the business men of .Mm leud. they are �il! preparing for n busy year, and the fariTiers ai'c now jireparing for th'.i seeding by eleiiiMiiig seed, selecting seed and getting ilic machinery ready i to move the sail, and will travel clos.> I on Ihe heels bfi.hick Frost during the next few wee?;.'rlce� � i-l'-Obytc 'any i:pirV'i:i'*fffi� ..... ; the auditorium, Children: un-v..... LEO CHERNIAV8K,Y; ^ der 16 yeara, 60c. - \ � -'ItI Tickets now'on eale, it R6bertton a Co. Book Store, Jaekaon ,sl �. Co. Druo Store, A>mtt'rong a .Raworth >Jew�lry Store and all ;.-,r,r membere of the choir. V >  ' j'. It la advlaable to keeura your ticket* jti early a* po�a)bl*.,v>' Proepectp are for a crow(|^'d houi*.>l "mis* BlUUICt VUTTONS" land i "THE jgNOLE'CURE"-Coniadlea tonight AND 'tomorrow "The. M^aiCfyQin Piin 1 V V ' ARTCRAPT RICTURC* PRCtCNT', 44415 ;