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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY f), 1918 THE LftTHBRIDGE DAILY HeflALD UP SMS WliinlpeK. Jan. lt.~SomothlnK ot a soiisntloii wdM oiwileil In ,mlUlhK circles .wlieii It was iQoniGcl that .1. IJ. I jMcQrogor, at Braiicloii yoatectiay threatonctl to roconinionti thtit the Kovoninieiit tnUe ovnr illoiir inltlH on tile groiinti Ihut Hoiim of the inlllors ' - 'f-"Vs ot shorts and 'tirans ana not Holltng at the regula- ' The WlnnlpeK mlllcrit deny that they nro holding im Htocks or charging more than the prloo nllowoil. ' John W. .Home, 'of the Western Canada li'lour ftlllls flompany said thiB morning bo far ns the local nilUors ,aro concerned � thoy were conforming to the food contr�llcr'a order to the letter. /  � V ^ � � � ^rrank Tudor had boon asked to form a government. Several days ago the Nationalist party, which la In tho majority, pledged Its loyalty to Premier Hughes by a vote ot 63 to 2 and it Is therefore evident that" Mr. Tudor's ettorls met with speedy foiluro-, it made. lOLEiEMING WITH ALIEN ENEMY Winnipeg, .Tan. 10.-Wholesale dealings with the enemy by aliens In the province have been discovered by the administrators ot the enemy alien act. It Is alleged Uiat money is being sent through Holland to relatives by a large number of people In Manitoba. Steps have been taken tor the sup-preaulon of this practice and a test case has bseit, started. BEST WISHES,TO FINLAND (Special to llio ^lerold) Calgary, .Jan. 10.-A special commission composed ot members from' both s'dcs ot the Alberta house, probably will be named by Premier Charlev Stewart to Investigate the workings of tho factory act, and suggested needed nmontUswits. A Htatemont to this effect was made 1,/ Premier Stewart following rt>lengthy niflptlng In tho city council chamber this morning iit which the premier was an Interested llstciter. Representatives, of tlio cities of Calgary, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat were present, also nierchunts from those three cities and represontatlve.s of the Alberta retail dorks nssoclatloii. Following a full sotting forth of/grieva]>6cB, together with a re(|uost by tho mjjrch-ants that the factory act bo suspended, insofar as that clause fixing the number of hours to be worked, until amendments can bo presented to the legislature, the premier said frankly that he did not think such a request could be granted though he would take It under consideration. Ho would consider carefully tho request of a committee of tho city council ot Calgary to appoint an investigating commis- Amsterdam, Jan. 9.-At the opening ot tho session of the main commit, tee ot tho German rolchstag yesterday. President -Fehrqnbach 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 woulrt be maintained by Germany and Finland, particularly In economic affairs. The /main commit tee-- then- resumed its' war delibera-ttona. Leg Sore . If you wanfspeedy, help try the ; D.D.U. Prescription. So easy to apply, I not greasy or messy. It washes into I the scalp and the relief is instant. Try ! It today on our guarantee.-J. D. Hlg-. Inbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists, Leth-j bridge.-Advertisement. flion, meanwhile, he urged the clerks and the merchants to make another effort to "got together." Aecommodatlno Prsmler �~ As an incident to the address by Premier Stoyart, tho premier aroused much appIauSe' ib-om all the audience wheii ho ImpHedlthat his visit to Calgary to hear complaints wer the operation of tho factory act was a precedent to other visits which he would make from time to time to the various cities. "It Is tho business of the prom-lor;" said Mr. Stewart, "to visit any part ot the province and meet the people in, centres where there is such an assemblage as-.thls. I will be delighted 16 come to any ot the cities to hear the cItlzonH on such subjects. As a member of the Alberta government 1 must admit that hitherto I have not paid a large amoinit ot attention to legislation in which you are especially interested.' "When I went to the legislature, I wa^ especially intereatod in obtaining bettor conditions for tho farmers. Since changes have taken place. It Is my ' duty to become bettor acquainted with otHer classes. I have always had great sympathy for the labor classes." PAGE FIVE BANI^ CLEARINGS. This week ............?812,548 Snmo week last yoai- . 7Cl,90u ' Increase 0 per cent. \ t._.., -..............___^_J_ GIP OIVERIALLWei ROYAL YEAST Mm Men 0�Mula'� feverit* yuMt fer over * ^rter �f * ntyry.' ereMl taliM with Royal VsMt win keep fk�sh m�. meitt tanger than that iKMl* wHh any ether,  that a fVill week's eti^pfy �an easily ke maM at en* kahln�, aiM the last le�f wni he Juet as goM as the first made IN CANADA EWGILLETT COMPANY UMTTED ViHNNiPEQ TORONTO, ONT. Montbeai. 1 BAD FIRE Tractor and Gas Engine Repairing Wo( can put'your tractor In condition for spring plowing at a reasonablo prico. We also buy and sell rebuilt tractors. Have two 12-24 coal oil tractors for sale at-a bargain. Also one s^t engine plows. AUTO AND ELECTRIC , REPAIR 8H0P-324 llth St. 8., Rear V. M. C. A. " 19-6 AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LoValiey and L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their In. forests as auctioneers and will conduct tialoB anywhere in tho province. The best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. , For sale dates, phone 1063 or 206 Rural. Vours for business, .. UeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON ~ . ^ Auctioneers. "The city water supply shows every indication of polution."-^ (Signed) i. T. Vallance, Inspector. Why endanger your health by drinking such filthy'" water when you can get good fresh .buttermilk fohSc a quart? Delivered by all drivers. our Crystal Dairy Liniited P.S.-Wo cannot carry buttermilk on wagoQS during zero weather as bottles aro always broken when buttorinilik freezes SOLDIERS'WELFARE LEAGUE AT FRANK K short time ago CaiJt. Og/lvy-Wills, O.C., of tho Frank Military Hospital suggested to the, boys there that they fo^-m a social club and the idea was taken up with zest. A committee was formed to draw up a constitution,' which was accepted by the bo.v3 at the first general meeting. Membership of the League Is solely confined to patients and staff 6^ the hospital, and has for its main objects "the promotion of good fellowsiiip amongst tho patients to provide games, sports' and entertainments." We understand that Capt. Ogllvy-WIlls wad instrumental In forming a similar organisation amongst the boys In Edmonton where It Is ^'orklng with success, .^he league is governed by a president. Vice-president, secretary and six directors. Tho lieutenant governor of Alberta was asked to become honorary president, and his honor,has been pleased to accept this office, and he wishes the movement every success. Theot-flcers elected as tho first directorate are as follows:- Hon. president-His Honor the Lt.-Governor of Albertn. _ President-I'te. V. H. Johnson (29tU battalion). - . Vice-president-Sefgt. J. B. Stubbs-, (17th Reserve). Secrotaj-y-Ptei C. G. Ferguson, (137th battalion). VDirectors-Pte. W. Shipley, (S.S.C., B.K.F.),; Capt. J. B. RUchie, (M.O.); Sergt. G. Pollard (29th battalion); Corp. L. G. , Slmmonds, (P.P.C.L.I.); Pte. Graham, (Dlv. Slg.); Pte. W. W. Francis, (50th battalion.) ', peuranco to decline. i WE have devoted years ot' utudy t6 the subject of ridd-, Ing the dentikl choir ' ot its horrors and the public mind pt )tho fear associated with It. We guarantee reassurance to the nervous uud timid as uxomplitied well-known saying. in our DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. . Dts.. Bruner, Richaiids and Nelson Ott BIk., 4 Doors from ictlibridye Hotd, Letlibridffe^ LETHBRIDQK, ALBERTA . , CALQARV'OFFICE^.IIBA EIGHTH AVKNUCE. EDMONTON OFFICER CRI8TALL'%l:0CK (FroTii Our Own Cori�spondent) -PIndher Creek, Jan. 9.-Installation of ofticers of Allexandra Bebekah lodge No. 8, took placq 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 tor the ensuing terra: J. P. Miss C. Dempster; N. G., Mrs. H. E. Der-rett; V. G., Mrs. Jos. Monaghan; Rec. Sec, Mrs. D. C. McDougall; Fin.-Sec, Mrs, R. O. Allison; Treasurer, Mrs. W. G. Askey; Chaplain, Miss M. Millar; Conductor, Mrs. T. Hoare; Warden, Mrs. E. C. Fowler; R.S.N.O., Mrs. Jas. Footo; L. S.N. G., Mrs. S. A. Praser; R. S. V. G., Miss E. Ashton; R. S. V.G., iss B. Prankish; R. A. S.. Miss N. Gray; K A. S., Miss A. Reardon; I. O., Mrs. Geo. Dick;; O.G., Mrs'. R. Dnthle; Organ'st, Mrs, B. C. Allison. The public health committee df the Women's L()cal Council aro highly gratified with" the result of their effort in regards the first of-their lectures on public health. A large audience of both adults arid children were In attendance at the lecture on Monday evening, and were ^xceptonally attentive while Dr. W. H. Geering gave a most Interesting and instructive talk on the subject ot t^th, dealing alternately with the many phases of this, most important factor of health. The rSoctor used a blackboard and Illustrated many of the strong points of his lecture, showing the formation of teeth, their normal atate, and so often abnormal condition, he gave thorough instrnctiou on the care of teeth, impressing carefully the proper method of using' the toothbrush, and drew attention also to the neglected bruslieB. And finally summing up the effect of decayed or neglected teeth bn the human system. � Mr. J. Stevenson, principal ot the public school occun^ the chait;, tor the evening in n very capable manner, and the audience was delighted with most pleasing solos rendered by Mrs. A. L. Freebalrn, Mrs. Tay*um, Tind Miss Lalum. Miss Jackson, In her usual style, proving i most delightful accompanist. The services ot all taking part in these lectures arfe given gratis, and therefore, exceedingly appreciated by the committee. Miv and Mrs. Robt. Lang of Mountain Mill, entertaliied aboikt twenty of their friends at their homo on Now Year's Day; Mr. and'.^rs. Lang's hospitality is ot the finest quality, and added greatly to a most enjoyable "beginning of the New Year for their many guests. ^ Lieut. W. pixon of Spring Ridge spent a couple of days with friends in town this \i�ek, .on his return from Calgary, and Macleo^. Brvce IVHlter 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 Mountoiln Mill church on Sunday afternoon last, preitching a moa^, eloquent sermon on tlie subject of prayer; . -'V Miss n. Connely of Macleod, is the guest of her- sister - Mls� Connley ot the Bank of Commerce, for a short time. Capt. H. E. McClelland of Fishburu was the guest of^friends in Macleod tor several days this past week. Rev. A. W. McMlchael was a, Macleod vjfiitor tor a couple of days this week. M : R. S. Burcham ot Lethbridge was a Pincber Creek.vlsUorNtoy the past few days. M.H, Roberta of Lethbridge paid n flyinc visit hero on. Friday last, ' ThoB. Tyson Jr.,.or Fishburn who wa3 home tor the holiday season,'returned on Friday last to Cardston, where be will complete his course in olBctrlclty. \ ' ,^Mrs. J. Stevenson who Is now con-' valesoent, returned from Lethbridge at tho beginning of the week "and we are pleased to say, progressing (avov *bly. ' -, . Mrs. O. B. C. Martin' and little daughter ot Lethbrldge.are the guests vAt present ot Mrs, H, E],hip ot Signer Fortune Gallf>, the San Ciarlo Grand Opera Company has oome- to be recognized as tho representative � or. ganlzation of Its character in this country. Possessing as 1�Q does-an almost uncanny faculty for selecting beautiful voices, whose owners aro 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, pf the Majestic, that he will be in Lethbridge with his organization and personally supervise the production of the opera, "Lucia Di Lanimermoor," on Monday evening, Jan. 14. AT STARLAND "The Law ot tlie Land," the famous Brnadwoy success which lias been photodramatized for Mine. Petrova's latest Paramount Picture, "was directed by Maurice Tourneour Mr. Tour-nour has been responsible for many ot the famous productions ot fllmdom, , including Mary Picktord's "Poor Little Rich. Girl," "The Undying Flame," starring Mmc. Potrova and many otU-orn, . . Although from a chronological standpoint it is a long leap forward from days ot Ancient Egypt to modern days in Now Ynjk City, the success with which Mnie. Petrova has accompVahcd the feat is extremely noticeable in "The Law of the Land," whlohwill appear at Starland Friday and Saturday. Don't miss "The Law ot the Land" starring Petrova and directed by Maurice Tournour. Gladys Leslie In "An Amateur Orphan," Fallic Gold Rooster Play, written by Agnos C. Johnston, produced by Thanhouser Film Corporation under the direction of Van Dyke Brooke will, be the teaturc for the last time tonight. AT THE EMPRESS Tonight only, the big , Triangle feature lomedy drama, entitled "The Man Who Made Good" will be exhibited at the popular theatre. AVinnifred 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. T They meet over tho perennial prune dessert at a New York boarding house. They are attracted to one another and soon decide on matrimony. Tom has just enough money to make the initial payment on a homo offered for sale on the dollar down KEEP LIVER AGIIVE AND BOWELS CLEAN ,WITH"CA8CABEIS" � - / �, � Best When BilJoue, Sick. ~ Headachy,. Constipated, or For Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. /iHCHOR-RCASONABLC RA FUUfNTDinUTION fOU �NT �.B.OS !,). �CEKT. H.E.l.lBli�N.litn.M'T WlaalpeS. **g Mafn St. Phone M.5312 Vancouver, 470 CranTUIe at., Se�-.3199 Be cheerful! Clean ..iip Inside tonight and feel fine. Take Cascurets to liven your liver and' clean the bowels and atop headaches, a bad cold, biliousness, offenslvo breath, coated tongue, sallowness,' sour ' stoinach and gases. Tonight take Cascarets and en-Joy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleanser you over experienced. Wake Up feeling grand-Everybody's doing it. Cascarets best laxayve for children also.-^Advertisement! Grand Opera Tickets Today MAJESTIC Next MONDAY Eve. At 8.15 ONE PERFORMANCE cSnLY ' BY THE JUSTLY FAMOUS am mmm omm amvm in uffiUKA WITH TWNTY distw5ui5meo EUROPUN AND AMiSUI WEIiATIC SINGERS AND ORANB OPES* 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-Fvvorlte Opera, lucia Di lammerniODr .with ivtme. Edvige Vaeearl, the celebrated Italian coloratura, in the title role, and supported by an extraordinary all-star cast of artists. ' Prices: $1.00, $1.50. %Zm,%tSO, & $3.00 SEAT SALE OPENED THIS MORNING;ikT TEN. ^ ----'-- SIQNOR,ANQELO ANTOkAi ttrhone As "H6nry AshtetiWIn ''Lucia Di Immmermoor," Sair; Carlo (Jrdnd Opera Company, at the Majestic, next Mbn-day, Jan. 14. � .. ' ; pMPRES^ TONIGHT Prices 10c-16c Triangle Feature Co. N^rtsents THE MAN WHO MADE GOOD A Snappy. Bracing^ Five-Aet/7: Up-to-the-Minute Comedy Drama- of Youth and Suecesa . The Man- � JACK DEVEREAUX | The Girl Who BackadMlmr- ' WINNIFRED ALLEN He washed diahsa-aha acrub^: bed floors. Then ha aold eraek-era while ahe\�orked out. Now' they .ride in their, own touring ear.  , ., �.- X;,, - A Brand. N�w Fox Comajly i' "MANY A FOOUTHERC WAO*^ Featuring Hank J)�at|n<, LAST TIMES^TONIOHT ^ GLADYS: LESLIE IN, \ "AN AMATEUFLORPUAN" 7,-' Also "CLUBS ARE'TRU�(IPV-�" Two Reel' Luk'ti .pomWy FRIDAY ANDiSATURDAY i -JESSE L. LA8KY PRESENTS, ^ s MME. PETROVA : IN ' ' **The Law of ^ALSO 8PECIAL^C0lf|Q|Kf^. ?41982?9 87 ;