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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY !>, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKMALD PAGE FIVE MErJ'S CLOTHING TO JUMP IN PRICE BEAN Winnipeg, .Ian. I*.*-Something of a Mensa (Ion wiih created in milling circles wIksii ii was learned that ,T. I). AleOregor. at Brandon yesttr.day had Ihroulened (o recommend thlit, (lie government take over Hour milts on w the wound that Homo of the millers -m-"Vs of HuorlH and .trans and not selling at the rcKuln- A Chicago, Jan. 10.-Prediction of a radical change in the price of men's clothing, charges that, wool growers'not satisfied with an advance in th** price of wool from IK cents before the war to 7r> and 80 cents a pound at present, are hoarding for hMIJ higher prices and plans to memorialize congress for government control of both wool and cotton prices, were features of the meeting here yesterday of the National associated of He-tall Clothiers. ; Special Commission May Be Named on Factory Act The Winnipeg millers deny that they are holding np stocks or charging more than the price allowed. John W. Home, of the Western Canada Klour Mills Company said this morning ho far as the local millers are concerned t.hoy were conforming to the food controller's order to the Jotter. * * V ? v V V A ? CURED COL WITH VINOL Mr. Bagley's Letter Printed Here as Proof Dunn, N. C.-"I suffered with a chronic cold for four months, coughed day and night. Had to keep on working when I was not able to. I saw Vinol advertised and tried it, and I want to tell you it just cured that cold in a short time"-J. C. Eagley, Dunn, N. C. That's because Vino! is a constitutional cod liver and iron remedy which aids digestion, enriches the blood and creates strength. Then chronic coughs and colds naturally disappear. Your money will fcs returned **f *J 'T'~l*>r' *-*Tt^ voti, J. D. HIGINBOTHAIVj & CO., LTD Druggists, Lethbridge. Also at the best druggists in all Alberta towns. Melbourne, Australia. Jan. (�.-(via Heater's Ottawa Agency).-It is officially announced that Hon. William HugliGB is forming a new ministry. The resignation of the Hughes cabinet was announced only Monday and it was stated that. Hon^Krank Tudor had been asked to form a government. Several days ago the Nationalist party, which is in the majority, pledged its loyalty to Premier Hughes by a vote of to 2 and it is therefore evident that Mr. Tudor's efforts met with speedy failure, if made. Willi ALIEN ENEMY Winnipeg, Jan. 10.-Wholesale dealings with the enemy by aliens in the province have been discovered by the administrators of the enemy alien act. It is alleged that money is being sent through Holland to relatives by a large number of people in Manitoba. Steps have been taken for the suppression of this practice and a test case has been, started. BEST WISHES TO FINLAND Amsterdam, Jan. 9.-At the open-| ing of the session of the main committee of the German relchstag yesterday. President Fehrenbach tendered to Finland, Germany's best wishes on Finland having gained her independence and recognition of it by Russia, Sweden and Germany. The president added that he hoped good and lasting relations would be maintained by Germany and Finland, particularly in economic affairs. The,main committee then resumed its war deliberations. Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. und 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phono M2348 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and Ho.�se Manhattan Eye, Ear. Throat Hospital, New 1911-1014. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-2 \ Surgeon. Nose and York City Sore if you want^speedy help try the D.D.I). Prescription. So easy to apply, not greasy or messy. It washes into the scalp and the relief is instant. Try it today on our guarantee.-J. D. Htg-inhotham & Co., Ltd., druggists, Lethbridge.-Advertisement. Tractor and Gas Engine Repairing Wo can put' your tractor In condition for spring plowing at a reasonable price. We also buy and sell rebuilt tractors. Have two 12-24 coal oil tractors for sale at a bargain. Also one set engine plows. AUTO AND ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP 324 11th St. S., Rear Y. M. C. A. 19-� "The city water supply shows every indication of polution."- (Signed) J. T. Vallance, Inspector. endanger health by drinking filthyv water can get good fresh termilk for 5c iver rivers. quart? our V AUCTION EERS We wish to announce that Peter LoValley and h. I. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhero In the province. The best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For salo dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. Crystal Limited P.S.-We cannot carry buttermilk on wagons during zero weather as bottles arc always broken when buttermilk freezes ? BANK CLEARINGS. This week ...........$.S12,54S Same week last, your . 701,!")"; Increase (I per cent. o * * * * ? ? ? ? * > > St. John, N. B., Jan. 10.-Thomas Cozzpl'no, president of the Nova Scotia construction company, was exam'tied at today's session of the commission enquiring into the building of the valley railway. The Nova Scotia Construction Company built a part of the road. Hon. W. P. Jones, counsel for the provincial government, traced drafts AT THE MAJESTIC Under the managing directorship of Signor Fortune Gallo. the San Carlo Grand Opera Company has come, to be recognized as the representative organization of its character in this country. Possessing as bo does an almost uncanny faculty for selecting beautiful voices, whose owners are also finely equipped dramatically, Signor Gallo has gathered together for the 1917-18 tour of the company an aggregation of the best singers from the strongholds of art. Impresario Gallo has advised local manager Brown, of the Majestic, that he will be in Lethbridge with his organization and personally supervise the product on of the opf^ra. "Lucia Di Lammermoor," on Monday evening, Jan. 14. AT STARLAND "The Law of the Land," the famous Rmadwuy ^uceess which has been photodramatized for Mine. Potrova's ia'est Paramount Picture, *was directed by Maurice Tourneonr Mr, Tour-ne.ur Ua;: been responsible for many of live famous productions of filmdom, including Marv Piekford's "Poor Little Rich Girl,Die Cndying Flame," starving Mmc. Pctrova and many other*. | Although from a chronological I standpoint, it is a long leap forward from days of Ancient Egypt to modern days in New York City, the success with which Mute. Petrova has accomplished the feat is extremely noticeable in "The Law of the Land," which will appear at. Starland Friday and Saturday. Don't miss "The Law of the Land" starring Petrova and directed by Maurice Tourneur. Gladys Leslie in "An Amateur Orphan." I'athe Gold Rooster Play, written by Agnes C. Johnston, produced by Thanhouser Film Corporation under the direction of Van Dyke Brooke will be the feature for the last time tonight. (From Our Own Con *sDondent> Pfncher Creek, Jan. 9.-Installation of officers of Alexandra Hebekah lodge No. 8, took place on Tuesday evening last, District Deputy President Mrs. R. O. Allison, assisted by D. D. Grand Marshall Mrs. D. C. McDougall and suite, installed the following officers 'for the ensuing term: J. P. G'., Miss C. Dempster; N. G., Mrs. H. E. Der-rett; V. G.. Mrs. Jos. Monaghan; Ret*, i Sec. Mrs. D. C. McDougall; Fin.-Sec, Mrs. R. O. Allison; Treasurer. Mrs. W. G. Askey; Chaplain, Miss M. Millar; amounting to $S,00O which had been I Conductor, Mrs. T. Hoare; Warden, I offered f made out to W. B. Tennant, an agent i Mrs. E. C. Fowler; R.S.N.G., Mrs. Jas. I AT THE EMPRESS Tonight only, the big Triangle feature k omedy drama, entitled "The Man Who Made Good" will be exhibited at the popular theatre. Winnifred j Allen and Jack Devereaux are co-stars in this attraction extraordinary, which is a brisk, up-to-the-minute comedy drama, dealing with a young couple who determine to make good in New York City. They meet over the perennial prune dessert at a New York board-) ing house. They are attracted to one j another and soon decide on matri-' mony. Tom has just enough money i to make the initial payment on a home or sale on the dollar down ANCHOR - ^ />GOOD SERVICE" ' REASONABLE RATES FUU. INFORMATION MOM ANY R.ff.OR S3. AGENT. H.E.UIOMAN.GCH.Afl'T Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Phone M. 5312 Vancouver, 47Q d the chair* for the evening in a very capable manner, and the audience was delighted with most pleasing solos rendered by Mrs. A. L. Freebairn, Mrs. Taysum. and Miss Larum. Miss Jackson, in her usual style, proving a most delightful accompanist. The services of all taking part in these lectures arft given gratis, and therefore, exceedingly ap-. preciated by the committee. I Mr., and Mrs. Robt. Lang of Mountain Mill, entertained about twenty of their friends at their home on New Year's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Lang's hospitality is of the finest quality, and added greatly to a most enjoyable "be-g'nning of the New Year for their many guests. Lieut. W. Dixon of Spring Ridge spent a couple of days with friends in town this Ayjaek, ,on his return from Calgary, and Macleod. Brvce Miller of Calgary was a guest for the New Year holidays at his parents home on the South Fork. Rev. A. N. Wilkinson, pastor of the United Church, conducted service in the Mountain Mill church on Sunday afternoon last, preaching a most eloquent sermon on the subject of pray-1 er. Mips 11. Conuely of Macleod, is the guest of her sister Mis* Conn ley of the Bank of Commerce, for a short time. Capt. H. E. McClelland of Fishbum was the guest of.friends in Macleod for several days this past week. Rev. A. W. McMichael was a Macleod vjpitor for a couple of days this week, R. S. Burcham of Lethbridge was a Finchor Creek visitor^or the past few days. M. H. Roberts of Lethbridge paid a flying visit here on Friday last. Thos. Tyson Jr., of Fishburn who was home for the holiday season, re- j turned on Friday last to Cardston, where he will complete his course in electricity. Sirs. J. Stevenson who is now convalescent, returned from Lethbridge at the beginning of the week and we are pleased to say, progressing favorably. Mrs. G. E. C. Martin and little daughter of Lethbridge. are the guests at present of Mrs. H. E. Hyde, * i EP LIVER ACTIVE Grand Opera Tickets Today MAJESTIC Next MONDAY Eve. At 8.15 ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY BY THE JUSTLY FAMOUS SA* CAPLC Best When Bilious, Sick, Constipated, or For Bad or Sour Stomach. Headachy, Breath Be cheerful! Clean ^ip inside tonight and feel fine. Take Cascarets to liven your liver and clean the bowels and stop headaches, a bad cold, biliousness, offensive breath, coated tongue, sallowness, sour stomach and gases. Tonight take Cascarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleanser you ever experienced. Wake Up fec-Iing grand-Everybody's doing it. Cascarets best laxative for children also.-Advertisement. i t COMPANY m3 TRAVELING OPERATIC ORGANIZATION IN AMERICA WITH TWENTY DISTINGUISHED EUROPEAN AND AMCWCAI OPERATIC 5!NGERS AND GRAND OPERA ORCHESTRA One hundred people. Large and Brilliant Chorus- Beautiful Settings. COMING BY SPECIAL TRAIN OF SIX CARS, DIRECT FROM PORTLAND, OREGON. And presenting upon an elaborate plane of Metropolitan Excellence, Donizetti's World-Favorite Opera, Lucia Oi Lammermoor With Mme. Edvige Vaccari, the celebrated Italian coloratura, in the title role, and supported by an extraordinary all-star cast of artists. Prices: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 SEAT SALE OPENED THIS MORNING j*VT TEN. < SIGNOR ANGELO ANTOLA, Baritone As "Henry Ashton/'. in "Lucia Di Lammermoor," San Carlo Grand Opera I Company, at the Majestic next JVTon-day, Jan. 14. Prices 10c-15c Triangle Feature Co. Presents THE MAN WHO MADE GOOD A Snappy, Bracing, Five-Act/ Up-to-the-Mtnute Comedy Drama of Youth and Success The Man- JACK DEVEREAUX The Girl Who Backed Him- WINNIFRED ALLEN He washed dishes-she scrubbed floors. Then he sold crackers while sbe^worked out. Now they ride in their own touring car. A Brand New Fox Comedy "MANY A FOOjU THERE WAS^ Featuring Hank Mann 3 ISMS LAST TIMES TONIGHT GLADYS LESLIE "AN AMATEUR ORPHAN Also CLUBS ARE TRUMPS" Two Reel Luke Comedy FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS MME. PETROVA \ IN <4 The Law the Land ALSO SPECIAL COMEDIES ;