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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY^ JANUARY 8. 1018 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Order of British Empire With Knights of Grand Cross, Created �London,'Jan. 8,-(Via Reutcr'i Ottawa Agaacy)-Tlio reolpiontu of th� Tarlouli grades of ordori) of tbe Brit-iBh Bmptro tor war gervlceH are headed by the Dame of lUo Grand Crosn f dom.''' In other words, Gladys Leslie for one year a prominent Thaiihouser player, will bo featured by Thauhouser in a now fivc-act Pathe Gold Rooster Play called "An Amateur Orphan" to bo shown at Starland Wednesday and Thursday... Miss Lewie's nickname was given to her by tho critic of tho Now York Herald when ho rovlewcd '"The Vicar of VVakofield." in thi.s classic the young actress appeared as Sophlu, the younger daughter of the Vicar. Hftr work was so excellent that Edwin Thanhouscr, president of the company that bears his name, decided she was worthy to play leading roles. And during (be negotiations that followed Miss Leslie smiled happily. Miss Los-He's smile Is attractive, becausoMt Is a natural one. She is tbe kind of girl who always looks/on the bright sUhv of lite, and her sirilles are never forced. They corao easily because they are spontaneous. , Toronto, Jan. 8. - Lady Randolph Churchill,- according to a Mail and Empire cable, has returned to Epgland from a long visit to-Ireland, where .'she had special opportunity to see all sorts of people and to enquire Into political and economic conditions. She contributes an article to tjje Dally Chronicle .in which she compares tho old time glories "of Dublin with the, new order of:things under the United Iroland coji-ventlon. In conclusion she says: '-"Looking'back on the Chronicle of^ the last fe)v months ons cannot but ask 'pnselfgif all this activity, this revival of social Binenitlea brought about by^ the presence of the convention on j^lilch such high hopes are centred, is to como to naught." , (from Our own Corresoondont) . Spring Coulee, Jan. 7.-The weather is st.ll mild. No storm for a fortnight, you forgot to state that. . Christmas Eve a small daughter came Co make IiOr home with Mr. and Mrs. Atex. Munroe. M,r.- John Barrus. left thp week before' la"8t to join the Royal Plying Corps-In Toronto "and expect to be sent to Fort Worth, Texas, after a few weeks. John!.' coulfl have been exempted but chose rather to stand between homo aiid, friends and invad-Ihg'Prusslan mlUtarlsiiv.-.Then here's "good luck" to^you John; wherever ydurlotSs castV'and m(iy you come safe home again, e're.. 1918's past. , iXey'. Inglls pri^ched according to schedule on "Fodd'conseryatlon and Auction Sale HORSES AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN y AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP ON  ^Friday,; January 11; ; 38 >^ead ofmiires and geldings, 3 to:8 ye^rs old.^from 1100 to 1900 lbs. All broken.  V V'-':., , TERMS CASH , " , J. A. SMITH ' AUCTIONEER Quebec, Jan. 8,-A shortage of food Is reported by the Klwest, one of four American steamers caught in the ice In tho River St. Lf^wj'ance, while trying to make tho eastbounfl trip on/December 6. All the ships are reported to bo In a jprooarlous condlttoii.V . In a. raid on tho Southard Block, three dope fiends were take'n in tow together with about-?100 worth of dope, needles and articles of the trade. The three wero" Mr. and Mrs. Pottl-ptece and Poter Wllllapis. On Will-lams whon found were 10 prescriptions for dope, a ?1 U, S. bill raised to $10 by cutting out the figures of a $10 bill and posting thorn on the one, loaded dice and everything in the lew down gamblei;.'s category. The trio were all ifound guilty and were given suspended sentence with strict orders to get out of town without delay. They went, � . DESTROYED EIGHT> TEUTON MACHINES > London, JPan. 8.-British avia- ? tors on the northern Italian ? front'in .the course of the past : week destroyed eight Austro- ? .� Gorman machines and forced two^others to the ground, the ? British war office announced ? today. The British in the aer-: Uai engagements lost only one ? airplane. \,' Wednesday and Thlirsday^ Pathe. Presents the Girl With the $1,000,000 Smile GLADYS LESLIE i IN "AN AMATEUR ORPHAN'; Also , LONESOME LUKE lij a Two-Reel Comedy "CLUBS ARE TRUMPS'^ Assorted Program de Luxe Two Part BILLIE BURKE "GLORIA'S ROMANCE" Two Reel Big L-KO Comedy "Mutt and Jeff," Joker Comedy Also Latest Current\Events A Big Show. CMPRES' TONIGHT 10c-25c  "BLUE BLOOD AND RED" A Picture of Love and Advepture-Wlth GEORGE WALSH and DORIS PAWN IT'S A FOX J. �^ * o Quebec, Jan. 7,-The motion Intro duood Into the legislature by: J, Ln| Francoeur, dealing into the conditional secesslot) of Quebec from the confederation pact win likely coipe up for debate on January 16. So far a similar 'tiiotlou introduced at the last (Queboc city council meeting by Alderman Dus-sault has not found a seconder.'- ' � ^'^   *   240,000 80L0IBMI .VOTED OUawa, ifon. 7.-*?wo hund?  rod aiul forty thousand military' ^ and naval,'votes were , cast''  oveipeas in, ttio general elec-. ^ tlona. ;Iii North America ine\ naval and'mllltary vote totalled. ^ apprpxliuateiy 40,0i^0. � .  -I ' �,ut on by the ladles' aid. tor ;tne benefit of. 8. C,linfbreaking his leg , utUlway betttrbeu t^hlt',, k'noo and ankle; His .frienAs'ijtiroucht' him on tg; Rtretbhor to ..tlte^iiKilou wheroi his family ]oined-,l>im,!qni engines. We hope theiie .oouries will ^it^~ avaiUble to many .more whaA-the agi'icultural' college how in anticipation ill Teklly ibcat' ed ^tMagrath, . '' School opened -'Wednesday witli MiBflSang of LothbHdge as Uach�r. WhU the Press Say TONIGHT AT 8.30 v.^ LAST TIME ) The Distinguished Actor FRANK IRESON . Supported by a Capable Company, in the New and Unusual. I Play, "My Mother's , Rosary" .Prices .......... $1.00, 75ci the opening presentation at t)io* Malestlb'Theatre last night of the ,new play "My Mother's Rosary," In In "Cupid's l^ival," 2000 feet of ' liauahKPositively First Tinie ^In Lethbridge, SUPERB GRAND OPERA' EVENT MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY MONDAY, JAN/ 14th . ait 8:15 , . ^ THE SEASON'S^MOST EXTRAORDINARY THEATRICAL AFFAIR ONE COMPLETE, SUMPTUOUS, AND ELABORATE PRODUCTION , BY AMERICA'S MOST DISTINGUISHED SINGIfUG ORGANIZATION W One Hundrett Member*.^Large and Brilliant Singing Chorus. Magnlfleent^S^tnle;'Costuming and Stage Property Effects. GREAT Sy.MPHONVVORCH|�STRA. / TWENTY WORLD-FAMOUS All Coming by Special Train, and Preaenting:Donizettift Opera Lucia PKLammermpor With a Caft'of the Foremost Artlats of the Company. -Prices: $1.00, f 1.50,-92.00, |!!.60r�3.00. Regular Seat Sale Now Op^n, J /�__��' ,1) ^ ' , ,____ '.'...{."'to "WITH TJHI MUMMIES'; CMttI* Comedy LAST TIMES TONIGHT/AT 7, 8.30 AND 9,46 ' MARGUERITE CLARK IN THAT SCRBAM^NOUY^NNY^OMEDV^-PflAMA ;