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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mono a V, january 14, 1918 the lethbridge DAILY j1 KHALI pagp: five London, Jan. 14.-Immediate ropnt-rlatlon of deported Poles and Lithuanians, the liberation of nil Bohemians, Cznchn ana other� arretted l)y the central powers for their connection with paclfiflt propaganda, were among the (iernantlB made by the Huflnlan delegates at the Brost-LItovsk con foresee on Friday, according to the correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Company. "The return of the refugees to Poland and Lithuania In of the utmost importance in the question of self-determination," declared Foreign Minister Trotzky. To this the German delegates replied: "These demands Involve questions of internal policy which cannot possibly be discussed in the peaco parleys." Foreign Minister Trotzky, however, declared tho Russians will not abandon their demands. Petrograd dispatches received hero announce that interest in tho capital has now been diverted from the Breat-Litovsk negotiations to preparation for the meeting Friday of the constituent, assembly. Tho Uolshovikl authorities anticipating trouble have ..brought four warships through tho ice-J!roui Krons-tftdt to maintain order. Antl-Bolshoviki believe Premier Lonlno plans to discard tho oonstit-uent assembly entirely and to dispose it with the workmen's and soldiers' congress which meets January 21. Today is tho Russian New Year and the next two days will bo observed as a holiday. Hertling May Resign Her Home Longer Childless Operationnot Necessary after Taking the Great Medicine for Women. London, Jan. 14.-According to telegrams from Berlin today Count Von Hertling, the German imperial chancellor, (e iff and wiff probably resign shortly, tayt an Exchange Telegraph despatch from Amsterdam. n Miller's Falls, Mass. -"Doctors said I had displacement very badly and I would have to have an operation. I had a soreness in both aides and a pulling sensation in my right side. I could not do much work the pain was so bad. I was also troubled withirregularityand other weaknesses. My blood wafc poor. We had been married four years and had no chddren. vAfter using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier I became well and strong and was saved from the operation. We are now the parents of a big baby girl and I praise your remedies to others and give you Jemission to publish my letter."-Mrs. oseph Guilbault. Jll.. Bridge Street, Miller's Falls, Mass. Lydia E. Pinkham's Testable Compound is famous for restoring women to normal health and strength. When this is done wives no longer despair of having; children. A woman should 1>e reluctant to submit to a surgical operation until she lias given Lyrtin E.P Ink-ham's Vegetable Compound s fair trial. If you have a case that need8 ppecial advice, write the XiYflia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. . It Is tree and always helpful. 1100 SHIPS ARID BY IL S, House Committee Told of Work Already Accomplished By Department Washington, Jan. 14.-fcloven hundred ships have been armed by the navy against submarine attack since Inst march, it was revealed today in the report of the house naval investigation sub-committee. The statement, which summarizes the results of tho committee's inquiry in the work of the ordnance bureau of the navy, will be issued by its chairman. Representative Oliver, of Alabama. The committee, says the report, is impressed with the war time efficiency of the bureau, which has not only responded promptly to all demands for ; ordnance of standard types, but h^s found time to develop new materials such as improved depth charges, smoke screen'' apperatue and heavier gun equipment for aircraft. i * > * 4� * 4> * BOBS AUTO LIVERY Cor. 1st Ave and 10th . Closed and heated cars for city nnd co ntry trips. Hospital calls r. specialty. STAf.D, ALEXANDA HOTEL DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE DRAYING Phones 1345 or 13ftt Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St Coal C.O.D. m_--.-- .-- "\ Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., C. M. EAR, N06E AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 / Residence/ Phone M2077 Interne and Hoj.bs Manhattan Eye, Ear, Throat Hospital, New 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 Surgeon, Nose and York City. MiTCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGHT Wesley T. Flynn Phone 1750 two YEARS SUFFERED EFAULTERS ARE * *� j * - "Fruit-a-tlves" Made Him Fee! As li Walking On Air Okii.ua, Out., NoV. 28th. 1914. "For uver'two years, I was troubled with Constipation, Drowsiness, Lack oj Appetilt and Headaches. One day I saw your sign which read M Kruit-a-tives make you feel like walking on air." This appealed to me, �o I decided to try a box. In a very short time, I began to feel bolter, and now I feel fine, I havoagoodappetite, relish everything I �at, and tho Headaches are gone entirely, I recommend this pleasant fruit medicine to all my friend* F\ BAN McLEAN. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-e-tivns Limited. Ottawa. j JUDGMENT FAVORS ffippolnl to tlwi Herald) Calgary, Jan. 14.-TIiIh morning the first batches of men arrested by the police for failure to report for duty under tho military service act were placed In confinement ni Victoria Park barraeka pending botng brought before Lieut.-Col. Moon\ commanding officer of the first depot battalion. The round-up wan commended in real earnest by the city police, the provincial police and U.NWV.M.P. this morning which resulted in about a dozen absentees being placed under arrest before noon. It was a moat unique sight, to aee these defaulters being marched along (.he streets and their arrest in the majority of cases attracted very considerable attention. No trouble, however, waa experienced In bringing the men to burrocks. Tlie provost marshal of M. I). No, 13 stated this morning that according to the list of names that lias been handed to him, there are a very large number of absentees and represent in fact! quite 30 per cent, of the men that should have reported to the depot battalion since January ;{. Packet "Snow Flake" Biscuits. Regular . i A Ific. Tuenday, pit!........ .............. 1 vC Kellogg's Rice Flakes. Ilc^ular lf,c each. �j r* Tuesday, 2 for......................"... Zii>C "Crlsco" KegnUir r.r.r. yfi r* , Tuesday ............................. ^JC 4 lb. tins Apple and Black Currant Jam. Afo- Rcgular c. ']"uo;-,'i;iy. pki ............. 1 li * lit. 59 25 2v DC r _ 30 COMPARE THESE PRICES With other pricp lists and nofe the ings to be effected. THIS PRICE LIST 1 a v- I'ji'ery day. It v/ill ;.nip!y rcp.-iy yon if you claim tho virtue of eronomv. Deliveries Every Hour Phone 3 1 3 Toronto, .Tan. 14.--In an eighty-six page judgment of some 12,000 words, Mr. Justice Clute finds substantially in favor of the separate school board of Ottawa ;igain3t the Quebec bank, the Bank of Ottawa, the members of the Ottawa separate school commission in respect to separate school money which passed into the hands of the commission and was dealt with by !t. * "There1 should be," he says, "judgment figainst the members of the board still living and the executors of Dennis Murphy (who died since tho commencement of the action) for the two sums of $97,331.34 and $84,955.70 subject to a credit of $37,627.02 to be given when such fund is transferred to the plaintiffs. The plaintiffs are also entitled to judgment against the Quebec bank for $97,431.34 less the sum of $-17,027.02 when paid and transferred to the plaintiffs." Judgment is also given for the return to the board of $37,627.02 now in the hands of the Bank of Ottawa. This sum was raised and ear-marked for a special purpose in meeting debentures and is to be repaid without interest. SILVER NEAR BANFF BY A TOUCH OF HIS FOOT Calgary, .Tan. 14.-Thirty years ago a lone miner prospecting on the north side of Eldon S'ding, six miles west of Mount Castle, in a location now included in the Rocky Mountain Park, staked out what he thought was a rich vein of silver. The find attracted some 2,000 people, who formed a raining town, that was named Silver City, but the find did not pan out as had been anticipated, and m'nlng engineers gave their opinion that there was not enougH silver in the vicinity to guarantee that a rich mine had been struck, so Silver City melted away like the mists of the mountains, and men forgot that there had ever been such a place, except a few old proBpectoijs. Property of Calgary Co. In time, what had once been Silver City passed Into the possession of the Calgary Copper, Limited, which had bought mimng property In that locality in which the old claim was included, though at that time the owners.of the O. C, Ltd., did not know it. After prospecting for three years the new company developed a magn;ficent copper showing, which realized the expectation of the management, but better, luck was ahead. One day some weaks agoone of the company's miners, an old..timer known as Mfchacl Penrose, v/ho had prospected the hills for-some quarter of a century, was prospecting along a blind trail, when his foot dislocated a mam-, moth piece of rock some 20 feet high, which slid down the mountain, leaving on the face of the rock where it had broken off a surface of tiny silvery threads that made the old miner's heart jump into his mouth. BERLIN PAPERS GAVE WILSON SPEECH IN FULL Washington, Jan. 14.-Presi-det Wilson's address defining war aims of the United States has been published in full by the Berlin newspapers, and many papers in other northern cities of Germany. r AUCTIONEERS We wish' to announce that >feetor LeValloy and L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their in tercsts as, auctioneers and will conduct Bales anywhere in the province. Tho best of workman ship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phone 1050 or 205 Rural. "^Yours for business, LoVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. COAL FOR SALE y Carload Only DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1809 D RAYING or All Kind* I WesternTransferCo. LiuiitMl Office-C. P, R. Frvigtrt fi'.ieds PHCNE$ f Offlcei........... 1161 fitabfo.......... 1064 WE PAY CASH AND TOP PRICES FOR HIDES, FELTS & FURS Ship direct. If you want information write or phone. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Office* References: Standard Bank Office Phone 7W Residence -Phorw Argentine Govt, is Suspicious of Them and Will Not Entertain Them neats have been s^llin^ rapidly all day, Secret," and which will cpon tonight and it. is expected that by eight for ;i three day*' run at. the ICmpressf o'clock tonight there wiii not be a theatre. \ single neat left vacant. The company j Supporting Mis.-? Pearson is an ox-in iU entirety arrived by special train f'eellent cant of Kox players. Waller of six cars this morning at seven ! Law and Cilen White have lending An Atlantic Port, Jan. 14.-Agents of the American' steamship Texan, a vesael of 14,000 tons, today received advices from naval authorities tha^ she was sinking at sea. The location of the ship was not given. A steamer arriving here today reported that at 4 a.m. she picked up an "$.O.S." from the Texan reporting that she had been struck amidships and was sinking. Lifeboats had been lowered. The message from the Texan said: "Good bye-no more." The Texan left here recently with a cargo of nitrates hound for a French port. It was said a steamer which had picked up the Texan's "S.O.S." calls waa hurrying to her assistance and that the crew of 43 had taken to the boats. In a Collision Washington, jan. 14.-Indirect information reaching the navy department said the Texan had been in collision with another ship, which has gone to the rescue of the Texan's crew. As tar as is known no lives were lost in the collision. An official report on the accident is expected at the navy department. Buenos Aires, Jan. 14.-Tho foreign office intimates that the Mexican delegation, consisting largely of military men, aviators and newspaper correspondents, which came to Argentine ostensibly to attend the proposed coiii gress of neutral Latin-American nations, must have a secret mission, which is unknown even at the foreign office. It is said ample notification was given iPf the postponement of the congress. Several of the Mexicans are openly pro-German. Passengers on the ship on which the Mexicans came, say that the delegates were placed uncjer arrest at Bahia and were denied entrance to other Brazil Ian ports, the British ing the ground that the more German than Mexican. Inasmuch as the invitation was withdrawn when the neutral congress was postponed, it Js said the Mexicans pro-! bably will not be treated as guests of the government. o'clock direct frcm Portland, Ore., and the Majfstie has been the busiest npnf !u Lothbrldgo all day. The complete San Carlo company, with Mme. K*l-vldge Vaccari sinking the title rr/c* of "Lucia" will b? heard tonight, augmented by the complete Grand Opera Orchestra, a magnificent scenic production, and full costumic effects. The curtain will rise tonight on the first act of "Lucia Di Lammermoor" sharp, very .sharp, at 8.1;", and the theatre ma n a g e m e n t e m p h a I i c a 11 y state that late comers will not be seated until after the first act. roles, mid M i.-.^ I'car.son herself has fl:e only giiv.s par; hi the film. Thi3 Photoplay wa^ made under the direction oi' Kenr-;in Uiiul. AT THE EMPRESS It "takes but a short glance at the Empress theatre advertisement in tins paper to convince everyone that this is the place to visit for a goo'd hearty laugh. The, Komedy King will be in his very latest and funniest laugh-producer, which is entitled "The Hero." This will positively be the first time | this laughing special has ever been Miss Billie Burke in "Gloria's More Thrilling A 2-Rcel L-Kearaon , ae mission was a;ar of Uifi new ph(jtc Iclcan' . Ham Fox presents, "T is the beautiful photoplay which William Fox presents, "The War BrideV, soldiers in camp The abrupt change from home comforts to camp life may be trying on your boy's health, but if he will only take the rich liquid-food in TWO Fri.-Sat, January CHARGE OF LIBEL St. Johns, Nfld.. Jan. 13.--Sir William Roid, head of the Held Newfoundland railway, was arrested Here today on a charge of criminal libel made by William Coakor, a member of the new Lloyd Ministry and president of the Fishermen's association. The action was taken by Coaker as the result of the publication of a letter from Sir' William to Lord ShaughneSsy, of Montreal, stating that Coaker went to Ottawa early in 1916 to be posted on matters of the proposed confederation of Newfoundland with the Dominion of Canada. When there, Sir. William's letter stated, Coaker was introduced to Sir Robert Borden, the premier; Sir Wilfrid Laurier, formerly premier, and other Cajiadlan political leaders, as an outcome of negotiations for the proposed confederation -alleged to have been initiated by L#ord Shaughnessy and finalized by Sir William Held. Inasmuch as the subject of a proposed confederation between Newfoundland and Canada has aroused bitter controversy in this colony, sensational developments are expected. AT STARLAND Winsome little Vivian Martin, star of "Little Miss Optimist," a Paramount I Picture which will be shown tonight and tomorrow at Starland, was born near Grand Rapids, Mich. At the age cf aix she. was playing with Richard Mansfield in "Cyrano de Bergerac" by Edmond Rostand. Possibly it was this early start and the unprecedented success which has followed it that has made her one of the happiest and most optimistic stars of the screen- possibly it was the fact that she was herself-Just adorable Vivian Martin. At any rate, the critics agree that "Little Miss Optimist/' her latest Paramount picture, is well named. She says that she was "starring" in a Sunday school concert; wearing a starched and be-ruffled dress and receiving the unqualified approval of all present, not excepting her small self. Suddenly her mother burst into the room and unceremoniously swept the small star out, announcing confusedly that "Charles Frohman had sent for her." Personally, Miss Martin admits, she would far rather/ have stayed and finished the "piece." SO TT'S WITH SPECIAL MATIN SATURDAY COMING HERE AFTER A REpORD TOUR THE BIG COMEDY SUCCESS it will create richer blood to establish body-warmth and fortify hi& lungs and throat. Thousands o( soldiers all over the world take ScoWs Emulsion a It is exactly what they need, Scott & Bowiic, Toronto, Out. 17-30 AT THE MAJESTIC That the Majestic theatre w:ll be filled to its utmost capacity tonight is now a foregone conclusion, for tonight is the one and only night when the famous San i Carlo Grand Opera company visit Lelhbridge. Tlie remaining 10c-25c TONIGHT "Private Douglas: Reported. Dead." The news brings grief to the heart of a Scotch lass who has been waiting for him sinci> the outbreak o*f the war. Her child will be fatherless. After she marries again her first tins-band retuiws. William Fox presents beautiful ^ VIRGINIA PEARSON In his now drama of the Scottish heath. The War Bride's BRILLIANT NEW YORK COMPANY SUPPORTING Rea Martin I Distinguished Broadway Star Seat Sale Opens Tuesday Prices____$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c OONT SCOLD, THE CROSS Secret Chicago, Jan: 14.-The huge packing plants of Armour and Co., and Swift and Co., were shut down today because of the inability to obtain coal. The, employees were set to work clearing railroad tracks of snow. Hundreds of cattle and hogs are reported to have ; perished on stock cars .because railroads were unable to move them. Industrial Plants Tied Up Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 14.-Several thousand men were out of work, several hundred industrial plants were without light and power and 15.000 homos'were deprived of light and power today when three sub-stations of the municipal light'plant turned off (ho electric current because of coal shortage. This acute situation presented itself despite the fact that a rising temperature had promised the city relief from recprd breaking zero weather of the past two days. LOOK AT CLEAN TONGUE! IF COATED, LITTLE STOMACH, A Story That Lays Bare a Woman's Heart, HERE TODAY in "THE HERO" A Brand New Two-Rosl Scream. Positively first time in Lcth- bridge. 4 �1 TONIGHT AND TOMORROW FAMOUS PLAYERS, PRESENT VIVIAN MARTIN IN ittle MISS a o > > > * * * RATIONING IN LONDON London. Jan. H.-It is expected that the compulsory rationing scheme for London and the Surrounding district will go into effect in about three weeks. LIVER, BOWELS. Pon't scold your fretful, peevish child. See If tongue is coated; this Is a sure sign its I1 ale Btoxnach, liver and bowels are clogged with scur waste. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breatji bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stomach-ache, indigestion, diarrhoea, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a 'few hours all the foul waatef the sour bile and fermenting food passes out of the bowels and you have a well and playful *hild again. Children love this harmless "fruit laxative," and mothers can rest easy after giving it, because it never fails to make their little "iusides" clean and sweet. Keep it handy. Mother! A little given today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of rigs," which has directions foi babies, children of all a'ftes and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Remember there are counterfeits sold here, so surely look and see that yours is made by the "California Pig Syrup Company." Hand back with contempt any other fu* vfru;>.-Advert-aemeut. OPTIMIST ALSO "Hist! At Six O'Clock" CHRISTIE COMEDY Grand Opera TONIGHT MAJESTIC Sharp at 8.15. First and Only Appearance in Lethbridge of America's Largest and Most Distinguished Singing Organization i h U SDN CARLO GRIND OPERA COMPANY Complete With Its One Hundred Members, Including Twenty World-Famous Leading Artists, Brilliant Singing Chorus and Orchestra. Presenting" Donizetti'3 World-favorite Opera Lucia di LAMMERMOOR Introducing the World-Renowned Mme. Edvlge Vaccari, Italian Coloratura; Mme. Alice Homer; Messrs. Agostini, Royer, Rossini, rvi. Musical Director: CHEVALIER CARLO PERONI. Price 5 . $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3 Seats at Majestic Box Office. ;