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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNES!)AY, FFiBlWARY i7, 19,18 THK LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE tHE'BRITISH tN JERUSALEM The Bpriag-at Solomon' Pool. Vhdlo conrlcts^ of 0. P, U. iAN FACES APIOUSi;ilARGE Accused of Appropriating Big Sums iVhlle Acting As Pajfinaster ' Wlniiipoft Fob. 27.-Majoi'_j:3. H. WolBby, former paymnster toolwoen July. lOltJ aiil February 8, 11)18 and unolher chiargo �oMiavIng taken ^1,000 on Keb-riiary '8 ot tliila year, .li Is statod that the charges wJH ovorlBp and thettii will m)t totail moro thiin $7,000. On his own roqiiest VVclHl)y was granted n remand till Friday to onuhlo lilm to secure lepal asfilatanco. Major Wclaby may l;o allowed out on ball after ho pleads. Until then fte win 'he kept city jail. The mili- tary autiiorltiea. have asked that they ho communicated with hoforo the ball is fixed , Welsby left Wlnnliies ten days lago and tor .som6 time wnndorod about the himbcr camps In tlio Port Frances district. Ho was an-Gstcd on Sunday at - Mine Centre, Ont., attor a long search by officials of tlio inlellleonce department. INVITE HIM TO canada "Save Food and Win The War" THURSDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Jlontreal, Feb. 27.-Uiy-Cosmo Gor don Lang, archblshoii 6f York, who ^vill visit the United Siutoa early In Mhrch, has been Invited to come to Canada by Bishop Farthing of Moij^ treal. The archbishop was elected as bishop for Montreal in 190S but could not accept the office. ' 2S lbs. Royal Purple Calf IVIeal. Regular $1,7S. Wednesday .......................... Bottle Moorehouse Salad Dressing, Regular ' 26c. Wednesday........................ Zero Soap Tablets, Regular 5c. Wednesday, 6 for ............-- Quick,Tapioca In Packets. Regular 16o each, -Wednesday, 2 for ...................... itO Old Dutch Cleanser. Regular 2 for 25c, Wednesday, each ... .............. 1.65 19c 25c c lOc 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. , WeiJnesday, 3 lbs............r.......... Seeded Raisins, Regular 2 for 35c. Wednesday, 2 for.................,...... 20 lb. Sacks B. C. Fine Sugar. Regular $2.25. Wednesday........................... 3.00 29c 25c 30c 2.20 Deliveries Every Hour ' Phone 313 wrecked In a siiddon wai*> would you dare to hurry back to the heart ot danger? If you found youi; mother and ijis-tor slain and your brother blinded in a hopeless battle, would you have the womanhood to boar up under it? ir the debonair foreign nobloanan came along and still showed he loved you, would you forgive him for being an invader? Mary Ward has tu decide all these and otiier ni anfentous questions in .T. Sttiart Bl'ackt9n'8 Boul-stlrring spectacle, "Womanhood, The Glory oC a Nation," at the Empress tonight. Reidine the proclamation from the ateps �t:tbe bM� of the Tower'of David, which was staiid-inK^en Christ was in Jerusalem. ' ; JV .;  - - -i'?'oto 13/ cp�r rngulBtlng upaot stoinacha. it la the Bur�Bt, quickeat and' most certain ihdlgeatlon remedy in tb� whole-world and besides it is harm-I08B.' \.^ �>.,'. � � C." , Millloha of men and women now eat their favorite (ooda without tear-they know Pape'a Diapopstn. will save^tliem fl-om any stomach misery. ~ Please, for y;our aake, get. a large fifty-cent oaae' of Pap$'� 6lapepsln from any drug store and put your ctonmch right. Don't keep on being ralaerable-life la too abort-you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable.- Eat what ydu like and digest Itj enjoy it. without dread of rebellion Id the Blomach. ' FapeV: niapepsin belongs/In .your 'home anyway. Should one of your family oat aomething wbioh -don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of indl^eatlon, dyspepsia, /gastritis or Hlomaoh' di^'^angenieot at daytime or during the night, it la handy to give the qulckeat, surest relief knowu.- * drertisemeot. / -r- New York, Feb. 27-Dr. Harry Frled-onwald of Baltimore, and E. W. Lewlu Bpeatein ot New York, have been the provisional" Zioi�lsit commll-toes as mera'bers of the international committee which la soon to meet in Taleatlne-lo plan a Jewish stataf AT STARLAND JACK PiCKFORD PASSES SflFF �INITIATION Jack PlctoPord, tho clever young bro th er o� ?/lary Picktord, who h-aia forged hla own way to tho top of the mo tlon picture business, has been so busy making pliotoplays that he never had time for college, although he is a graduate oC a famous oillitary academy. But 'In many ot his pictures he has ha^ ample opportunity to taste tho joys and trials of a student's lUc. For  instance, in "The Ghost House," in which he Is appearing with IjouIsc Huff at Starland Thursday, he Is seen us a collego freshman, undergoing the most violent forms of. Initiation. For tho first proof dt hU courage, ho la sent to spend a night In a "haunted house-which, by the way, he/finds to bo occupl� > ord Wols-ley iln the 1870 expedition and also to6k->part cUti% jOatanh,: TIeurtir, Weak Acougk ai� CoMiH^U We- easee .leading �p � t% CoBeanptlea- ' Tabereuioili, 70U ABB Istereetcd ia Sr. Btrandgard'a T.B. Uedleine. Write lor TettlMoalaleaadBooUet. SB. itiuanaAW!! moicnra 00, . t� Tsif* ^aifMt^ T��at�. (.Slieclol to tho Hcralil) . , Montreal, Fe-b, 27.-in an editorial today Lo Cannda reifers to the. Leth-brldge Herald's question whether the governmont has upset agricuVturb. Speaklngfor the agriculturists .it returns a verj' emphatic affirmative, declaring the govommertT has greatly hampered-the producer by taking from him the labor he heeds, end It jays they jWore wrong in admitting free anitotnoblle itraotora 'Cor the west. This remedy applied to the west where far-niera uultilvate 500 to 1,000 acres Is not of service In the ea^,' Quebec piar-tlcularly, where farms rarely exceeded a hundred acres cultivated. "If we are well liitormed,",.cq�itlnues Le Oahada," the govemnient hy military repi>esentatives In Manitoba, Sas-katchewun, and Alberta xhaye done flagrant InJuaUlco to French-Oainadlan cultivaitors., -While English- flirmers were permitted 'to keep a cortaluvnum-"' ber of hands >lt refused oxeanption to the French under identical conditiona." ; In permitting ^an intermediaries to. raise piUces tlio government has, heigh'tened the cost to �farmor.s of the products ot their induatry.' Intormed iariea get,cream of profits and high iprlces are offset by tho high coat ot neceasarles tarmera must buy. Wlvat end does It servo to soU products dearer it the means otjiroduclug ia made dearer, aska paper? TONIGHT LAST TIME, also Gloria's Romance "The Mischief MakBP" 'a Wm. Fox Special. They had a lot of trouble getting married, because, people interfered, but true love always eonefuers. Tomorrow'Charles Chaplin in "1 A. M." FENIAN RAID VETERAN DEAD � MontrO;il, Fob, 27.-Thomas H. Tuc-ton, who camo to Montreal as a member of the Scola Guards at the time ol^ the Treat aflfaJr and was also a. veterr an of the Fenian raid,' died yeatoTday at the residence ot his son-in-law, C!. W. Johnston, Ho was SI years oB age, V "TMt em WiiHOUTA peen " ^IIMViaMOBOIIUOt^^v > '47 MEET PAYMENTS v Now York,'Fob." 27.-Announcement was made today by Lee, Hlg�nson and Company,' the bankors^who nogot-. liilod tho.aalo ot-�15,000,OQO Hopubllc' ot Switzerland .notes lu.ihia market, three yoara ago, that payment wWf bo mot' on $5,000,000 of the' notoa (ailing due March 1, . , ' - NOT 80 SILLY AS ALL TH^IS Montreal, -Feb.' 27.-"Itis hardly likely that I would be guilty of making such a sflly proposition," .^was  the ', road to th'eigo'vernmenti '�The >/ ruraora. .intimated that >.th^ � uhareUoldorii . steamahipa'^'ahd' land ,ot |he  ! company and expect � a g^ar. 4> ,anteoa ? dlvldeiwl of . .'7w,'per,i }  "centV ' . v'- '  I   ^^     \ Two Nighta Commencing y Next Monday, Mar. THE CAtGAItY GREAT WAR VETERA^IS' ASSOCIATION PRESENT THE VIVID PLAY OF MILITARY LIFE FROM RECRUITING STATION TO FRONT LINE TRENCHES *The Volunteei" \ A timely 4*Act play by Sergt. Gillies' Company �f 50 Veterans Prices: $1.00, 75c, 50c. Scenic Production Complete SEATS'ON SALE FRIDAY AT THEATRE THE WORLD FAMOUS TRIO Leo Violinist Jan JTanlst Mischel . 'Cellist Accompanist, Alex Cxernyj . Will Appear in  ^ In Kriox Presbyterian Church March 1 At 8.S0 p.m. ' Under autplcet of the Chotr. ~PrlcH-'$1.00 to any part of ' the auditorium. Children un. ,, der IS years, 50e. / TickeU now on aele at. Robert* �on A Co. Book Store, Jaekeen A Co., Drug Store, Armftr^g A; Raworth Jewelry Store aa� all' membere of the.choir. It ie advisable to ae'cure your tickets �e eeriy ee poeelble. Proepeets 'are- for � crowded '"house.'' ��� . ��� T PMPRESC TONIGHT. Prices 10c-2Bc THE MIGH^TY SPECTACLE BIGGER Af4^BETTER THAN "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE." , S' 'WOIHHOOD,'Of rilw BtofJ Of a iBtioii*' 7 Nerft week's- Big Seneetlon, "Alimony" The^ Tie That Burne." , 97466365 13 ;