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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t s - 1 ft Jl'ESDAY. FKBHLAltY 20. 1!>I8 the ^FTiimuncR daily herald PAGE FIVE ri Ti_b^j r jt - L lOdmoMon, Fob. aiJ. The Icginlat-I lire or Alborta rosummi lis interrupt.-] .- M. J I. Macleod, KILLED BY TRUCK j ,r,C!ic;ul manager of tho western lines Halifax, Feb. -(Jordan Oimonm, ! of the f.'.niadian Northern railway, this WEDNESDAY GROCERY SPECIALS E 100 (b. bags Shorts. Regular $2.00. Wednesday .................. Larqe. Bars Pure Castile Soap. Regular 45c. Wednesday . . ...... .........* Fkts. Cream of Wheat. Regular 25c. Wednesday, 2 for ................ 98 lb. Sacks Purity Flour (No. 1 White), Regular $6.25. Wednesday ............. Small, St. Charles Milk Regular 10c each. Wednesday. 3 for .......... 1.9G 35c 46c 6.00 * * * 4 4 * fr 25c Sunlight Soap, Regular, 3 for 25c. Wednesday, 14 bars ...... 4 lbs. Grape Fruit Marmalade. Regular 90c. Wednesday ....................... Good Juicy Oranges, Regular 30c dozen. Wednesday..................... Winesap Apples. Regular $2.75. Wednesday.................... Tuxedo Baking Powder. Regular 25c. Wedn* sday ......,....... � * * * 4 P p" 1.00 79c 25c 2.50 21c Deliveries S Every Hour 1 brfhidsmft Bat} (Jompanu. Phone 313 I Wh at the Press SIGNALLER JOHN STAFFORD H, wr.3,killod yesterday afternoon l>y n ('. II. ft. Autom,o.bilo truck. IJ Id moth-fir and Ms tor worn killed hi the great explosion. EREWSTER IMPROVING Calvary, FC!,. L'i;.--Premier of/llrl-tifth Columbia, h-rul a good night mid is doing well. iniunut t\m morning, aai-iured the board of arbitrators J ha:, ho vvas aware of 110 contra ::t for caul supply, operating labilities, or ivj'tflc jgreermints or contracts, un. oxplrei, or anything of (hat nature for which the .-\;mpany was dependent upon Mackenzie and Mann or any other company In which thov were interoHi- I,. W. Mitchell r>r the C.N.H. land f department, -a-tated that there were 873,[Hil acres yet unsold. In 'addition tliore are :*4f�,Guu acres, the ownership of which is disputed. SIOP DANDRUF Try This! Your Hair Gets Wavy, Glossy and Abundant at Once. .*. I* l" O + C* VERDICT IN MONTREAL DISASTER To lie poasesj-'ed of a head of heav;.*. beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, thiffy. wavy and free from dandrufr is merely a mutter of using a littio Danderine. It is easy and inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just jjet u small bottle of Knowlton'n Dnii-rierine now for a few cents-all druij store*; recommend it-apply a little i7irected and within ten minutes (hero will he an appearance of abundance, freshness. fluffinoHS and an Incomparable gloas and lustre, und try a� yon wflt you cannot find a trace of dandruff or falling hair; but your real surprise will he after two weeks' ;mc*. ; v.*hen you will .see �ewr hair-fine a:irl ; downy at first-yes-but really nen hair-sprouting out all over' your; ccalp-Oanderiuo is. ^ believe, the , only sure hah' grower, destroyer -of \ dandruff and cure for itchy wcalp and | It never fails lo stop failing liair ;�t Ance. If you wuiit to prove how pretty and no ft. your hair really is. moisten a cloth > ? !* > > > > C� > Tfc-1 E MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR IS �' A 24 HOUR HOnSE. IT IS THERE WITH THt^ GOODS WHEN THE RUSH IS ON, IT EATS ONLY WHEN IT WORKS. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE -POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. Says It Is Suicide to Cut Corns and Tells How They Lift Eight Out. You imply say to the drug store man, "Give me a. (junrU'i of an ounco of freezono. This v.'iH cost very little hu.. is sufi'loir-nt; to re-rnoi' every ') iv 1 or ?o:t com from oi\ft's feet. A few drop:; applied directly upon a tender, ach'ng eoi'n should relieve 1 he soreness instantly, and noon !1k! entire corn, root and all. can he lifted out with the fingers without pain. 'Fhis .new drug called freezonr- is �n ether compound discovered by a Cincinnati man, who says that, while freestone is sticky it dries in a moment, and simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or oven irritating the surrounding^tissue or akin. Don't let father die of infection or lockjaw from whittling at his corns, but cut this out and make him try it.-Advertisement. 15 RING UP � ti For YOUR NEXT ORDER of v INTING QUALITY and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING LTD 1 r Xew York, I-'cb. _'].-The Ear] r 1he remarkable ; success of Commodore J. Stuart Black-� j ton's .soul-stirring d�rajna, "Woman- ; j hood, The Glory of a Xaiion," starring 1 j Al'ice Joyce and Harry Morey with an 1 all-star Vitagrjjdi cast which is shown at, tho Empress ihoatre tonight, arc listed below: Xew York is shown bombed from tho 3k v. *5 Theodore Koo-evoit. makes a rousing patriotic speech. Submarines are shown discharging torpedoes under water. The eapitol at Washington is the background for a scene eoivt-aining thousands of people. Two high blooded European gallants fight �a duel with rapiers. Xavy yards and munitions factories are seen in full blast. Zeppelins are witnessed manoeuvring in action. is seriously wounded. however, a grea' laugh producer, and- it has. withal the virtue nf i originality. Vaudeville skits and magazine fir tides galore have appeared in an endeavor to depict scenes as they really are. hut nothing like the present production has ever been [staged, and this by veterans of the ' present great conflict who have been over yonder and liver the life. 1 theMypieal Fairbanks' acting-all of 'those and more will make you and yours want to sec litis latest Artcraffc picture and will aI?o make you glad that ynti cam?. ? > > > > > > > * * �: *> *> V V WIRELESS HOUSE SAVED SURVIVORS v ? * * V Telegraph Briefs | NOT GOING TO OTTAWA Otcbt !�"l1). 2''.-Although no off!-' cial fni'ormation rou 1/i. ho obtained on' tho ruir.iir cf Sir Lomer Couin enter- \ ing the fedena.l eahinet, a high aiuthor- ' ity in the provincial I4ben:.l cabinet at ': Quebec stLie-l today thai it was safe' to state tfdr I.'jjjut w.:s not, going �to (lltawa. *� WINNIPEG POPULATION Winnipeg, Feb. !.'*>.-The new i.-j.-me of the dty directory indicates that the total population of Winnipeg, including the suburbs within the civil government id now 2U^,U7T. INVESTIGATE STRATHCONA*S HORSE AFFAIRS Winnipeg, Feb. 2�J,-Official report is expected from Ottawa soon on the findings r>i the military court of in-(julry held recently into the financial sHuntir.a of the Lord Strathcona's Horse. Rep;;ris in circles closely_ in toucJi witii lucat military la.^fairs are to �the effect, that a "debt" or deficiency of $10,000 was revealed." A V A V ? A St. John:--. Feb. 2tJ.-The stout construction of the wire-Jess houne on the liner Florizel satfed most of ihe survivors. Thlrfy-two P1'1 ^ns rushed into the wireless n�om. packed so l lively tc:'.",,,>-- they CMild neither sit nor lie down. They .were withort food, water or adequate ! .; I.'jsk. The** w.?re often wnguh"d liy boardi,%ir :cas. Some of them, badly in-.iurtd by 1!y 1 ng timbers, died as tl.'ey -,iood. The stronger ones le n.'ned the weaker. The 1 i: fui manner in \vi:i AT THE MAJESTIC "Out. There." the latest play from ! the pen of .J. Hartley Manners, author j of "Peg O' My Ifeart." which has been j the dramatic sensation (A New York for the last two seasons, will be presented at. the Majestic 'theatre a.i Sat- 1 urday next, March 2nd. matino* and : night, by arrangement with Klaw and ] Erl'imger anil George C. Tyler, by a j powerful company including Elsa By- j an. The play is an original one r.iyl j while dealing with the great war awl! its influence upon even tho most humble person, it is not a preachment, buf a moving, poignant chapter from lif'3. 1 Elsa Ryan has made the hit of her life ' in the character of tiie poor drudge in a London tenement, who longs to do her bit. for her -country and rises to j heroism as the "help" in a hospital be- I AT STAKLAND -Few motion picture people in their \ efforts at realism would go a three-days' journey from the Studio take a special train full of actors; engage the principal cowboys that contested in the Frontier Day Celebration in Wyoming; engage a private ranch of lfio.ooti acres with liO.OOO head of eat tie-just to have a film the Real Article. Yet. this is what Douglas Fairbanks has tlone in his latest picture, now at Stariand, .entitled, "The Man from Painted Post." Throughout the photoplay there is a touch of pathos-of heart interest.- of love, as Douglas tries to unearth the identity of the bad man who shot his sister and as he incidentally meets the woman he loves whose ideas are so totally different fKom thosS of the "Fancy Jim Sherwood,!* whom Douglas represents In the play. The theme itself; the tense action; TONIGHT AND TOMORROW DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN Man from Painted Post Owing to the excellence of this tent* ure and the extreme 'popularity of the star, we are holding the picture,,for 4 three day run. Don't fail to see 1L Lots of comedy. Children A ? A hind the iighting lines in Ivnance. Among the s\mgs which asung during the action of the play.are two writ. \ ten by Lieutenant Critz-Riee. of the First Canadian Regiment. "I Want to v,CiO Home." and "We Beat You 'it the M a mo." It'-served s may be secured at the ho\" office on Friday morning. 1 CROWN BRAND oogNSsreopi -on Bread instead of butter. Ul _ u** - - -on Puddings and Blanc Maagc. fp All grocers sell it. B>: 2, S, 10, 20 pound |^ tins and x "Perfect pM MAJESTIC TWO DAYS COMMENCING NEXT MON. MARCH . . THE CALGARY GREAT.WAR VETERANS PRESENT THE VOLUNTEER A VIVID FOUR ACT PLAY OF THE GREAT WAR A , according to some survivors, had been drowned in her berth. Munn w:s swept to his death with the largo group on the bridge d( ck. A V *k y> > *> > > �> > *> > > > TRANSFERRED TO MILITARY CAMP Freedom at mice from the agony of skin disease. The soothing wash of oils. Try D. D. D.-it's different.-J. O. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists. Lethbridge. -Advertisement. r i V V ? London, Feb. 26.-The Bolshevik* headquarter.^ have been transferred from the Bniolny institute in Vetrpgrad to a mill-t-arv caraip, according to an Kx-ehango. Telegraph dispatch from Fetrograd dated Monday; ? ? I June Caprice � Little Miss Mischief 10c-25c TONIGHT One of William Fox's est. Also "Gloria's Romance," Chapter 18 and Plenty of Comedy. ? �> * ^ * < MPRES TONIGHT Prices 10c-25o THE MIGHTY SPECTACLE "The Glory of a BIGGER AND BETTER THAN "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE." ;