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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, .TANUAHY If, Vm THE LETHBHinGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Utett Photo of �x-KJRS CoiMlmliM knd Hit Family in Switzerland �pHK latest and one.of the best pHoloernpli. of Bx-Sln�. Con�t�ntIne of Orceco. Ex-Quoen '^ophlc, slater of the Gennah Kalaei-, anfl tholr ohllilren, nt their Swim reild^nee, !fhe �\llllrt "Wchrll," at IDoWer In the famllv roup rftllnB from left to rtBht are: Ex-Crown Prince Owrre. Bx-Quoen Sop'.ile, Bx-Klntf Constantino ad' dncw Heleiie. Standlrc arxi Prlncoss C*th�rlne. Prinoo Paul and Prlncoas Irene. ' 8�ii� yonr wMtor frlMid  box of Cam-But:, which tor itn crsat healing power an* MmpactnosH in called A" surgery In a two-Inch boi.", It is tndtepeniiaMa In Franco tor bad feet, poisoned woundn, (roet blto, cold, crack*, chapped hands, chilblains and sorca tt all kinds. Pte E. WettfleM, of "C" Company, Srd Worcester Regiment, writes home: ' (;untidcra to boUtu cducati'nul gup helwoen the primary school and the classical colleges. Mr. Bouchard will also a.sk for a radical change In tho administration of,Catholic education -In tho province. Ho wants as many members of Iho log islature appointed members of tho Catholic council of public instruction as thero are bishops In the council. This would moan that the bIsTiops would be very much In tho minority and approxitnately two-thirds of tho personnel of the council. BUTTER cost cut in half by using more CROWN^BRAND CX)RNSSYRDP At present prices it pays to eat less butter and more Crown Syrup. In 2, 5, 10 and 20 ponnd tins, also "Perieot Seal" Quart Jan. Write for free Cook Book. THE CANADA STARCH CO. LiNIITeo. MONTREAL, IS German Just Interned in^U. S. Tdls a Remarkable Story > � * �*�> :  ? AH npprov- by tho ftnance-department u" ? the federal government'accord- ? ing to Premier Martin who ? stated today that ho had re- ; der In council passed by the !> ? federal government in cciinuc- tlon wltli flotation of loans, do- : bontures and othot securities. * > � � lOP COPIES WiiSON SPEECH IN GERINY their countries. We want to do that for several reasons. Tho object Is humane and 'we are a humane people. They are our allies, our neighbors and our friends. We want to help them,; for the sake ot the good name of Canada. It would be a good thing in our international relations, to have it known that tlTe dairymen of Canada gave, something, a good thing to have It known that our grain growers gave something, a good thing to have It known that our livestock men gave soinothing, that iour poultry men and fruit growers have given something, and above all that our country women have /remembered their sisters whose London. Jan. H.-Referring to t^-e.^ homes ha^e; to^be ro-esUblished report that it Is intended to di'op a^ oi rums, million copies of President Wilson's OXY-ftCETYLENE Cor. 1st Axe and 10th r Street We want for Canada a plac& among the nations, on behalf. address in Germa;^^^ Jr^l^^'^l ""J.^tf ^X?',?r'snn:'l^'h^^^^^^^ the Daly Chronicle, while thinking "."J.-^"Pf }'.l?^^^'"t the Idea excellent and that If every German could read the address it might-lead, to a national strike against the war, recalls,Germany's recent an have done and won on the fields of battle. For all these reasons may. I sOg-gest to your readers that we think nouncement that pilots caught drop-, ^'"dly of giving some aid to the fund ping propaganda would bo shot as tor these peasant farmers who have' spies. Accordingly, the paper appeals suffered. Wer will never miss it; it to inventors to produce a machine will be lai^nP, where neither moth In the newsprint enquiry after noting that the pr:co for news print has been fixed in tho United Slates at three cents from January 1 to April 1, Mr, Montgomery stated that many ot the Canadian newspapers have increased both their subscription, and advertising rates. � He mantioned more particularly the Toronto Mail and Empire, Toronto Star and Toronto Telegram.' He then quoted from (he innual report ot the Canadian Press Assoclat.'on for the year ending April 30, 1917, to show that during the year tho newspapers had hsnetitted I by nine government advertising cam-j palgns Involving an oxpendlturo ^ of $300,000. Those d'd not Include the across the table from him at Mrs. Carroll's boarding house, just off Broadway. Also tho Great Socrot to be sl^own. AT STARLAND "The Law of the Land," probably tho best knoltn ot all of George Broad-hurst's plays, is to appear at Starland theatre with Mme. Petrova as star, tonight and tomorrow. "The Law ot the Land" Is one of the most gripping dramas ever filmed. Director "Tourneur found it necessary to Inject ptuch ot w(hat Is called "comedy relief" and this has been most cleverly done. In particular is T- Vivian as the butler a leavening influence. Another amusing character is the Inspector's brand na,w son who shouts into tho telephone what his father fondly'belleves to be a message-strictly In code. Tho^theme has been worked out with-more than ordinary care and ends in a stirring climax that will not be easily forgotten. Don't mis.s "The Law ot the Land  at the Starland. Carlo stars. Tho present is the singer's third Knaaoii with tlifc organization soon to bo hoard horo, and betoro coming to the United Slates she was first soprano with the National Opera, of Mexico City, where she sang the leading roles for two seasons, appearing oppoBlto the eminent Italian tenor, Slg-nor Bond. When the revolution in. the southern republic made ijiiposslblo the giving of grand opera down there. Mine. Kdvidgo Vnccarl was secured for a tour of the Stales, and so brilliantly sensational did her appearances prove that tho artist has been in exceptional demand ever since. which ot itself will drop propaganda. AGRICULTURAL RELIEF FUND For the Farmers in the Devastated Regions of the Countries of the Allies Calgary, Jan. 11.-An article It publlehed by the Newi-Telegra|n . today to the effMt that war bread wMI be made an iSbiigatory food In Canada ^witbln the next fortnight. DIED OF INJURIES . Cliathamv, Ont., Jan; 11.-Robert Crouchman, of Sarnia, aged 50, passenger conductor on ytho Pero,' Marquette Hallway, was thrown to the ground .when he attempted to alight from his moving^ train at Chatham Junction' to throw, a;swltoh and subsequently succumbed, toihis,, injuries. ADMIRAL DEAD 'Warrentowh, Vai, Jan. ll.-^Rear Admiral John Adams Howell, retired, died yesterday at hjs honie near here, , aged 78. Admiral Howell was the orlg-I Inator of tho gyroscopic steering tbr-, pedoes and other naval weapons aiid the autlior of several books. nor rust dolli corrupt, and ^where tlHeves do not break through nor steal. It will be to our everlasting credit. JAS: M. ROBERTSON, Chairman Dominion Executive Committee. Ottawa, Dec. 87, 1917. National Service Board and Thrift and Production campaigns. This government advertising, Mr. AT THE MAJESTIC An unusual theatrical offering will bo presented at the Majestic theatre on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 18 and 19, meltinee at 2.30, when Oliver Mor- Peg O' My Heart" will be presented by the United Producing Co., Ltd. When it Is understood that the entire New 1'ork cast and production' 'are --�V.- Phanea 134& or ISHt' >Turncr & Wilchell 9f(lee at Kennedy's 410 iltti �t Coal COD. Qloeed and heated care for city and CO :ntry trip*. Hoapitai oalit ,11^ epeclilty. ' ' ...; 8TAr:D, ALEXANOy^ HOTEL DAY AND NIOHT SERVICE Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., CM.' \ : EVE, EAR, N08C AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office roome. 121-121 New P. purns Building, Corner &tta Are. bud 2nd St. East, CalgaTy. 'Office Phono M2848, Residence Phone M 2077 ' - tutorue and' Ha.tie Surgeon, . Manhattan Byo. Ear, Noso and TKroat HoapitalNNew,-; Yorit City, 191151914. � , ^ Speeiailat to Calgary School ' . Board 274-11 PUUEY'S AUTO LIVERY 7 Phone 154Q Mitchell liVery DAY OR* NIOHT Wedey t. Flynn -i�hona.1760 AUCTIONEERS ' We wish to' ,announc,o thiit Petor LeValley and U. i. Nlchol-coh h^ve consolidated;.their in-torests aa auctiouoera and will conduct liBlos anywhere in the province. The host of worljmnn ship and salistaollon isuarautoed^ , or no Day. ' i , For 8alo dates, phone 1063-or �205 Rural. . ^ ' l'svalley a'w9 n.iohol'oi^N ^ 'Auotlonears, OTT'8/ AUTO I.tVERY iJSy'Phana 1448, Night)P'liona 787 DRAYING VvestfernTransfcrCo. uttiie-c. P. r; Freiant ':t|ie newspapers and journals rtiay arrange to. receive and acknowledge contrlblisi tlons from their readers. . r,- .....' The' Caijse -Touches Our^earta :v The farmers of our nllloa. In the de-vaatatod regions have lost everything In the war. In some places "^the l^hd. itself ,l3 torn beyond any posslbla "f e-covory Intp use for, growing, crops. The ftrmefs of the whole British ein-plre want to help theso brother farmr ers to get on thojr foat.as soop as they get b^ok possession of their farms'. Tlial,r hoijses and machinery, have, b^eh destroyed, .'They " liavo " nothing- left 1 with, which to begin farming again." We, Qn the other hand, have lost'noMir ing astarmera.through tive war; but. In some oases have, made money-Ijev cfliU^o of, tli0. Increase In prices,, \'\yo ought ; to holp>oiir stricken hrethroH KEEP WARM, NOT HOT . (New .York Outlook) Indorsement of 'the campaign of the United Stated Fuel Administration Montgomery asserted brought to the-lcsco'n iiiMPPf .. newspapers supplementary advertising 1"�?^^^. ^.l^'i^i?!^.*:!^ .''^"^^^^ �'nc� by brokers and others while the vol-ume-ot advertising mentlonedN in the report quoted was Insignificant in . comparison with the advertising done comlne to i*ti,h,.i,i=.n in connectioh with the recent Victory week at theWami V. ^ '"'S?'"'' War Loan and the Dominion election.'rnto a^d two In fixing a.ptlee, ho said, some com-' �' ilA'n^fed crowded nights pensation should be made for tho losses already sustained. It was not in the best interests ot the newspapers themselves that any condition calling for the fixing of a retroactive price should he allowed" to continue. Mr. Montgomery asked that the newspapers be asked to pay not less than three In tho coming production of Don I zottl's masterpiece of/opera, "Lucia Dl cents. -  , Mr. U. Stewart, government counsel, In reply, stated that the object of the inquiry was to as.certttin the cost ot ____ ________ production,and what price should bo Lammermoor," (The Bvido ot Lam charged the :new8papor8 tor news nier," at the Majestic theatre, Monday, print. U was beyond the scope of the j by the San Carlo Grand Opera com-inqulry to ascertain what use the pany, opera devotees are to hear one against overheating has been given by eminent physicians of the country. Dr. James J. Walsh, physician, doctor of philosophy, .author, and one ot the most distingulaheditmeaibers of � the Roman'Catholic'Cliurch In this country, said: ; '. Pneumonia takes a little more than one man in e'ght, and therefore hos wrested from tuberculosis ' the grim honor' of killing the most human beings.' Man is a marine animal, seven-eighths water. He needs^ cool air and Vnoisture around him. Overheated''dry air makes him too susceptible to disease. In n-temperature of over sixty-eight degrees it is difficult for men and women to exist Uealthtully. It Americans can be taught to live in this temperature, the number of pneumonia victims wll surely decrease. Fresh, cool, moist air is the foe bf pneumonia, and persons who keep their houses cool and breathe fresh, moist air need have no fear of it." Dr. Abraham Jacobi, known as tho Nestor of American -Medicine, in approving the Fuel Administration's campaign toi; lower' temperature for houses, -said: "Severity is tpo (much, stxty'-five is ample-for. persons In ro-bitst health who'arc actively engaged. Susceptibility to disease is developed by bueatliiiig an j overheated atmosphere, and.it persons yean'be taught to keep their' liOu.ses cool. onouA for health life as well \ as coal will be saved;" ' ,~ ! ';Drl. Haven Emerson, Commissioner of Health ot New York, is anqiber die- iruv ef6w 'Vork, tho local patrons .can rest assured that "The Brat" Is a remarka^e theatrical event. ; - "The Brat," is a "comedy with just enough heart~ interest in it to make it loveable and was written by Maude Fulton, well known in vaudeville circles and formerly as member of the team ot Uock and Fulton. Trianole TONIGHT 10c-15c Feature Co. Presents THE MAN WHO MADE GOOD A Snappy, Bracing, Five-Actf Up-to-the-Minute Comedy. Drama of Youth and Success The Mali- JACK DEVEREAUX The Girl Who Backed Him- WINNIFREb ALLEN He washed dishes-fshe scrub-bed floors. Then he sold crack-' ers while she worked out. Now they ride in their own touring car. Sensational Triangle Comedy and Latest Weekly, also "The Great Secret." newspapers are making of the paper supplied. It would be within the power of the government to l:mit the amount ot advertising and the charges made but that had notlrtng to do with the present inquiry. Mr. Stewart remarked that the government advertising campaigns were not occasional occurrences! Fears expressed by tho manufacturers at the beginning .of the inquiry as to Increased cost had not been realized in many instances. "I submit," ho concluded, "that all that should be done is to; fix a reasonable price as a war meismaB." T. F. Henderson., K.G., for the Booth Company, stated that an entirely new situation had been created. Any price , fixed in Canada would seriously affect ! that ruling in. the United States. J. F. prde, K. C, considered that attir tude of Mr. Stewart' as nnfalr. He seemed to renreseht the newspapers more than any one else and such conduct was calculated to antagonize the paper makers and have them close! their mills. , . of Italy's fair queens of song. She i(i Mme. Edvidge Vnccarl, colorathra soprano, leading artjst, among the San mm TONIGHT AND TOMORROW JESSE L, LAJBKV PRESENTS MME. PETROVA undoubted improvement in tho public health will take place if the American people can beitiorsuaded to keep their houses '.cool enough." . ^ Even a baby is warm enough in a temperature of sixty-eight degfees, ac-cordfng to Dr. S. Josephine ' Baker, head, of the Bureau of Chljd Hygiene of New York, Dr. Baker asserts-that cool air and fresh air are absolutely essential to health; * /, , COMPLETE DEFEAT �> -r^ 'I V Amsterdam, ;{an. ll^rr-ThB Vienna newspapers, according to a despatch ireodlved here, con^alder President Wilson's ality ot design springs from Miss Murray's creative genius, and she personally follows Ui? modiste through their creation to bo sure that every efect is developed to a nicety. Miss Murray will virtually lead a fashion show, for ''Princess Virtue" is represented in.the,extremes of Parisian so-clety by a large company of pretty and' talented screen-qufiens in si^port of Miss Murray as star of the ofccasiou. LateRt-screen magazine and comedy. **The Law of tbLaiid'V ^ Also-:; ^^v:J.� , "BLISS," On^ Reel Comedy. ) ^ SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Each lady will receive a plioto' of MRi. VERNON CASTLE, the best dressed woman. "l)i__^(^merica, y who makes her debut in pictures hero next Friday and Saturday. proposed peace conditions, such as couUppnty be Imposed it the quadruple lalllance was (^i)iplet^'ly defeated. .  ^.^4 � � g- � tonight. It is a lively comedy of to-day, depletiVig:the struggles ot a young 4> t couple In their attempt to make good in New York.' DoTOraaua appears as Tom Burton, a young man who comes to the-^clty to take business by the throatjand make it behave. He meets his lhat)iratlou In, the girl who sits Meats THE ^^tT .or 8VBRYTHIN0 ON THf MARKET. m COULTRY PHONE 492 THE AtBIRTA MEAT MARKET THE SEASON'S SUPREME MUSICAL-THEATRICAL ATTRACTION NEXT MONDAY m ONE Perfonmnct ONLY BY AMERICA^** CELEERATEO TOURl'^IO ORGANIZATION, JHB LARGEST kfiDM.QBTpltTINOUISHED SINOtNO EOOY ON TOUft." ONE HUNDRtO-i"^ARTI�T�, BRILLIANT ITALIAN CHORUS,,) ONE HUNDRtO-/^ARTI�T�, BRILLIANT ITALIAN CHORUS ELABORATE SCENIC;COSTUMING AND STAGE PROPERTY ,,..v - , ' EFPECT8. V . f,N\v \S COMPLE-rfe ORAND OPERA ORCHESTRAL'> ^TWENTY-WORLD;fAMOUS. EUROPEAN' * AMERipA|�l STARS^ Presenting; Upon; a Metropolitan Plane of Scenic Splendor, , OONIZET^'t WjORLD-FAVORITE OPERA,N ^ , ^ iUCIA pi LAMNr^RMOQrt- With Mnit.' edvlv* 'Vaeparl, celsbiratad Italian'coloratura,, and^ Ont,i of th�;P^r�most 8lna�ra'0f the Organisation'-'s-'-'V''- ' \ ^rkti'. |i:od,ji.$o, $2:00, $2.[;o, %m \ .l-m^w^TJi 9N SALE No.yy.' '�/.�y Th. 0,.ra.y^U 8�yt^�yCP �.1� an^^r .t y-oa, >X'4 30 3755 ;