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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FKHW'ARY 27. 1018 THE LETHBRIDfJK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE THE BRITISH IN JERUSALEM The Spring at Solomon's Pool. �-Photo by courtesy of 0. P. R. Reading the proclamation from the steps at the base of the Tower of David, which was standing when Christ was in Jerusalem. . . . -Photo by courtesy oi c. p. n. Accused of Appropriating Big Sums While Acting As Paymaster Winnipeg. Fob. -Major (.',. IT. WfiJshy, former paymaster of Military District No. in, was charged in police court this TnoininK with having appropriated money belonging Id the Canadian government There avo (wo charges, ono of having taken sums totalling, $7,-lfifl !)ei.u(-,.;i jtIJy, liUU iinl February S, ll'l.s and another ch/.u-go of having taken JI.oiki on February 8 of this year. .It is staled that j tho charges wjM overlap and thefts will not. >tota.l more than $7,0(il). On his own request Welsby was granted a remand till Friday to nimble him to secure legal assistance. Major Welsby may be allowed out on bail after he plead.;. I'ntil then ne will be kept in tho eiiy jail. Tho military authorities have asked that they bo communicated with before! the bail is fixed . Welsby left Winnipeg leu days ago and for some time wand'-rod about the lumber camps in (In- Fort Francos district. He was arreted on Sunday at Mine Centre, Out., after a long search by officials of iho intelligence department. "Save Food and Win The War" THURSDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALSl 25 lbs. Royal Purple Calf Meal. Regular $1.75. �* /�J* Wednesday .......................... A�00 Bottle Moorehouse Salad Dressing. Regular -| a 25c. Wednesday ..................,...... l�fC Zoro Soap Tablets. Regular 6c. Wednesday. 6 for ...........,......... Quick Tapioca in Packets. Regular 15c each "Wednesday, 2 for ...................... Old Dutch Cleanser. Regular 2 for 25c. Wednesday, each . . . ^ Deliveries Every Hour 25c 23c 10c 49 lb. Purity Flour. No. 1 white. Regular $3.15. Wednesday ..................... Pancake Syrup (Caramel Flavour). Regular 35c. Wednesday^ per quart tin ........... Spanish Onions. Regular 10c lb. 4 Wednesday, 3 lbs.............-......---- Seeded Raisins. Regular 2 for 35c. Wednesday, 2 for ....................... 20 lb. Sacks B. C. Fine Sugar. Regular $2.25, Wednesday 3.00 29c 25c 30c 2.20 INVITE HIM TO CANADA Montreal, Feb. 27.- Iir.-Cnsmu Gordon Lang, archbishop of York, who will visit the United States early in March, has been invited to come to | Canada by Bishop Farthing of Moiy- ' treal. The archbishop was elected as bishop for Montreal in I IMS but could not accept (he office. wrecked in a sudden war, would yon dare to hurry hack to the heart of danger? If you found your mother and sister slain and your brother blinded in a hopeless battle, would you have the womanhood to bear up under it'.' If -the debonair foreign nobleman came along and still showed he loved you, would you forgive him for being an invader? Mary Ward has to decide all these and other m onfentous questions in .7. St.u--.rt Biackton's soul-stirring spectacle, "Womanhood, The Glory of a Nation," at the Empress tonight. ES Winnipeg, Feb. 27. - Lieut. Col. William Grajsio. for two years officer commanding a "Winnipeg battalion of Highlanders at the front, has resigned. He will be succeeded by Major Uripi-hart, who will be promoted to the rank of lieutenant, colonel. Lieut. Col. W. G. Bell, �m-iWtary rep reseufative for military district No. 10, lias been relieved from his duties and liis ol'fiee lias been done away with, IN QUEBEC Quebec, Feb. 27.-Unofficial .advices from Ottawa announce that Brig.-Cfen. A. O. Fages commandant of military district No. 5, has resigned and will be replaced by General Landry, recently returned from England. JEWISH STATE New York, Feb. 27.-Dr. Harry Fried-enwuld of Baltimore, and K. \V. Lewin I lOpeslein of New York, have been nam-' eil by the provisional" Zionist commit-1 tees as members of the international ! committee which is soon to meet m 'Palestine, to plan a Jewish statof , IN RVE MINUTES Pape's Diapepsin" for Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time it! In five .minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching of Cas, acid or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its peed in regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion remedy in the whole -world and besides it is harmless. Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without fear-they know Pape's JJiapepsla will savethem from any stomach misery. Please, for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's IMapepsin from any drug store and put your Ktomach right. Don't keep on being miserable-life is too short-yott are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and digest it; enjoy it, without dread of rebellion in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of your family oat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, 'gastritis or stomach de-angement at daytime or (luring tho night, it is handy to give the quickest, surest relief known.-  dvertisemeuu �> > ; > > �: �> > �j� > FAMOUS INDIAN ? CHIEF IS DEAD ? Winnipeg, Feb. 27. - News * has been received of the death ; of Chief William Prince of the ? Kegina Indians at Fisher River. *> Prince was guide to Lord Wols- pedition in 1885, He was an > honorary member of the Army : : : : : �: : ? : > NOT SO SILLY AS ALL THIS ? Montreal, Feb. 27.-"It is hardly likely that 1 would be guilty of making such a silly proposition,", was the comment of Lord Shaughnessy, president of the Canadian Pac-ifci Hailroad, when his attention was referred to rumors which announced that the company would dispose of the rail-' road to the government. The rumors intimated that the shareholders retain the hotels, steamships"and land of the company and expect a guaranteed dividend of 7. per cent. MAJESTIC-0 only Y-Next Sat, March 2 matinee and night LAURETTE TAYLOR'S X�V�*VMK590BS OUT PRICES--N'oht �1-50' 755 & 50c' i ���*"��'- M�t|nee( $1.00, 76c, 50c; Children 25e. SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY 473281 ;