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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAV, JANUAHY 14; 1918 THE LODdon, .Jan. ll.f-Intniediato ropnt-rlatton of deported folds anALltltuan> lant, the llherfttlon of all Bohoihlnns, CibchB and other* arreatod by the central powora for their connection with paclfiflt propaganda, werd among the demandM made by the Kusslan delegate! at the Broat-Litovsk conference 6nf rlday, according to the cor-r*�potodent. bt.,the fflxohange Telegraph Company. "The return of the refuge'eg to 'Iceland and Lithuania Ik of the utmost Itnportance In the question of selt-determtnatlon," declared Foreign Minister Tratzky. To IhlR the Ocrman delegates re-, piled: ,. "These. demands Involve questions of Internal policy which cannot possibly hi diBoussed In ,the peace parleys." Foreign'Minister TTotzlty, however, declared the Russians will not abandon theli' demands. Potrogrod dispatches received here announce that Intet'est in tlio capital lias now been diverted from the Brest-liltovsk negotiations to {prep.iratlon Her No Childless for the meeting Friday of the constituent asseijibly. The Qolnhovlki authorities anticipating trouble havd /^hcpught four warships through the'jceiflj[rom Krons-tadt to nialqtaln order.. , \- Antl-Bolshovlkl bel(ei;ti Premier Lonino plans to dl,i)oarit;tho' oonstlt-uent assembly 6ntli'ely !fnd to dispoao It with the workmen's and soldiers' congress Which meets January 21, Today IS the Ituislan New Year und the next two days will bo.dbacrved as a holiday. .  ' , Herding IVIay Resign London, Jan. 1^,-^eeordlng to telegrams from Berlin tdday Count Von HertlIng, �e aerman Imperial chancellor, Is III and will prebably resign shorily, ^aya an^ Exchange Telegraph despatch, from Amsterdam. � � � iWO WYEAitS HESPRED "FruMves" Made Him Feel As If Walking On Air Oaii.ua, Out., KGE DAIL\ HERALD PAGE FIVE Operationnot Necewary after Taking the Great Medicine for Women. ^ ' Miner'e Falls, Mass. - "Doctors said i had displacement very badly ahd I I.....';, have to have an operation. I had a soreness- in both sides 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 was poor. We had been married four years and had no children. ^After using Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier I became well and strong and was saved from the operation^ We are'how the parents of, a big baby girl and I praise your remedied to others and give yda yentission to publish my letter. "-Mrs; osEPH GmLBAtJLT, Jr.', Bridge Street, Miller/s Falls, Mass. . Lydla E. Pinkham's Teretable Com-: pound'is famous for restor ng women to non^al health and strength. When this is done wives no longer despair of having t^ildiren.- , -" " A woman ahonld be relnctimt to submit to a surgical oporatioa nntll she Uar giVfinLydia E.Ptnk-liamfs ViBeetaMe -emnponnd^ fair trial. If you have a cas^ that needs ajnonialnflviccL -write tba XjS- i� �. HALIFAX, ELECTIONS rHallfaXi-Jonvl4.-^The sheriff is sendine out to the different districts of the county proclam-atldns of the electib|i of Halifax representatives for the federal parliament. The Veleot|ou Is scheduled to be.held on the * 28th. The-Unionists haye not er cent, of the men that should have reported to the de'pol battalion since January 3. SINKING ATSEA An Atlantic Port, Jan. 14,-Agents of the American'stcamahip Texan, a vessel of 14,000 .-tons, today received advices from naval authorities lixa^ she was sinking at sea. The location oflthe ship was not given. A steamer arriving here today reported that at 4 a,m. She picked up an "P,0,8," 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 bound for a French port. It was said a steamer which had picked up the Texan's "S,0,S," calls wasj 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 gope to the rescue of the Texan's crew. As far a's is known no lives were lost Ih' the collision. An official report on t,he accident Is expected at the navy department'. SPECIALS Packet "Spew Flake" Biscuits, Regular , 15e, Tuesda/, pkt.......:____'......----- KellOQg's Rice Flakes, Kcgular IGc each, Titesday, 2 for......................., "Crisco" llegular F)r>n, Tuesday.............................., 4 lb. tins Apple and Black Currant Jam, Kegular fiSc, Tuesday ............. lOc 25c 45c\ 49c 3 tins "Royal Anne" Chcrri|6a, Kegular 75(;. TuRsday.......................... 4 Life. Buoy Soaps, Ilogiilar Tuo.iday .........'...................... Finest Jap Rico, Uef;iilnr 12K(: lb. TilOHdoy, 2>/j lliH. fur.................. Paulino and Chambers Soda Discuits, Hug ular JSBc. Tuesday, pkt............. 50c 25c 25c 30c COMPARE THESE PRICES with other price lists and note the sav-, ingij to be effected. READ THIS PRICE LIST ynli if you Kvery day. It will amply repay claim the Vlrlut! of economy. Deliveries Every Hour Phone 313 m ! -TT-T- Dr.A.T.Spankie ' M.D., C. M. ^ , EVE, EAR, NOSE AND ; THROAT SPECIALIST. , Oftlco rooms, 12M22 New/P, Burns, BuUding, Corner 8th Xva. and' SBd''8t.v.BBSj, Oplfary. i y Qlfloe Pbona M2B48 i/' Reltidande/ Phon'6 M2071 J lutern'e': and: Hciss Surgeon, Manhattan- Bye,, Bar, Nose and yrhroal Hospital,'.New York,City. ^ Speslallat toiiCalaary S6hbol .Si . Board' ' i74-t1 ONEERS V \Ve wls^-per showing, which realized the e:(-j poctatlon of the management, but bet-ter/lHck was.ahead. One day some weeks ago^one of the company's mlnero, an old timer known as Michael Penrose, v/ho had prospected the hills for-some quarter of a cenf tury, was prospecting along a blind troll, when his foot dislocated a ma moth piece of rock some 20 feet tal| I which slid down tlie mountain, leavl ! on the face of the rock where It h I broken off a surface, of tiny Silvery threads that luade, the old miner's heart jump into his mouth: MiTCHEU^ LIVERY DAY 6r*ant;i7S0^ ' berlin papers gave wilson &pbech in FULL Washington, Jan. 14,-Presl-det Wilson's address defining war alms of the United States has been published in full by the Berlin newspapers, and many, papers tn oth^r northern cities of Germany. v ' Oay Phons 144i, Woht Phone 787 mmmmmmmmmimmlmm^mm COAL FOR iSALE By Carldad Only ', ' OCWSLEV LAND AQENCVs PHONE 1809 hi '01 Aif'^'kiMiii* 0. fcltlse-C, - p,. Ro !0 PHp)^tf. A 2-Reel L-KO Scream Latest Current Events and Mutt and Jeff Comedy, Other 'good pictures. A big show Tor the money. Remember It's at the __ Orphcum tonight, I -IllllHiUli.....llli:WMHl- What the Press is Say St. Johns,. NfId,, Jan. 13.-Sir William Held, head of the Reld Newfoundland railway, was arrested here today on a charge of criminal libel made by William Coaker, 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 Shaughneisy, of Alont-reali ^tatlng that Coaker went to Ot-latra'early In 1916 to be posted on mat-te^ii of the proposed confederation of Newfoundland with the Dominion of Canada. When there,;.Sir/ William's lettet stated, Coaker was Introdiiced to Sir Robert Bordon,.the premier; Sir Wilfrid Laurier, formerly premier, and other C^adtan pplUtoal leaders, as an outcome of negotiations for the proposed ijConfederatlon.'''aileged to have been Initiated by Lord. Shaughnessy and (inalUed by Sir-William Held. In-kimucii a^ the subject of a proposed confederation between i New,Ioundland and Canada has aroused bitter controversy In this colony, sensational developments are expected, SOLDIERS IN CAMP The abrupt change from home comforts to camp life may be trying on yotir boy's health, but if he will only take the rich liquid-food in F L AT^TARLAND Winsome little\Vl.ylan Martin, star of "LItUo Miss Optimist," a Paramount Picture which will be shown tonight and tomorrow at Starland, was born near Grand Rapids; Mich, 'At the age of six She> was ({iaying with Richard Mansfield In "Cyrano de Bergerac" by Edmond. Rostand, Possibly it was this early start an^ 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 tact that she was herself-Just adorable Vlvitin 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 oohcert; wearing a starched and b6-ruffled dross and receiving the unqualified approval of all present, not excepting her small self, I Suddenly her', njqther burst Into the room and urtcoremonlously swept the small star oiit, ahnbunclng confusedly that"Charle� Frohman had sent for ,hej?," Personally, Miss Martin admits, Pshe would for rather/have stayed and finished the "piece." { � � / AT T)HE MAJESTIC That the iLlajestic theatre w.lll be'^ filled to Us utmost^'capaclty tonight Is now a fofogope concluslpn, for tonight is the one and only night when the famous San (Carlo, Grand Opera company visit i^eih^ridge. The remaining it will create richer blood to establish body-warmth and fortify his lunfl^ and throat. Thousands ol soldiers all over the world takeSooU's Emulsion. It is exactly what they need. Scott flillowne.Torento.Oat,'- lV-30 V Chicago, Jan; 14,-The bvge packing plants oti Armour an^''Op,'and Swift, i Lays Bare a Woman's Heart. ' , ' HERE TODAY "THE HERO" A Brsiud New Two-Reel Scream. Positively first time In Loth-' ' bridge. ' v (TWO NIGHTS Frh-Sat, laiQ January 10*ldr WITH SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY COMING HERE AFTER A ' RECORD TOUR THE BIG COMEDY SUCCESS I BRILLIANT NEW YORK COMPANY SUPPORTING Rea Martin Distinguished Broadway Star Seat Sale Opens Tuesday Prices ....... �1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c MO TONIGHT AND TOMORROW 1 FAMOUS PLAYERS^ PRESENT ) ' VIVIAN MARTIN .. UitleMiSS OPTIMISI'^^ I �  ' " ALSO   �'"��'�v'' ^^Histl At Six OXIock?^ i CHRISTIE COMEDY 'dBnnhn(hi of "California Syrup of eral hundred industrial plants were witltotit light and power and 15,000 ^019'es wore deprivedidt^llght' and power'.tpdtty when three .Bub.^itatt'pps of the' municipal lightVplant turned oft ih(f\, electric current bdcause ot cval Shortage, This acute altUfition pre-s�nte(li itself despite the,(act' that a rlslnif temperature hftd pr6mi8ed th6 blty; relief from recjard. breaking.sero Weathcfr of the past t^o'daya. GRAND QPERA TONIGHT RATIONING IN LONDON 1 / London, Jan. 14.r-?lt',|s espeot-eft tljtat the compulsory. raHop-scheme for London and the .l^rfoundlng distrlet yrill goin- "dm-- ateaspoonful "of "California Syrup Pigs." and Jit a tew hours all tho foul waste,;ih^- four bile and termentlngi f9od passes out ot the bowels and you have'^AWell and Kiayful veot,'.;';"!�� - Keep:tt handy. Mother!, a little glv-, en todity saves ^ slok child tomorrow, but gej; the genuine; Ask\ your druggist lor a bottle (if "California Syrup of.i^^gs,}' ..which has directions (01 |)ai)ieB;..'ehlUlri^h' of all s'kes and (or grpyfliMsVPlainly on- thJB bottle, ^ie-m^qtHf^r^ thfiro .lare counterfeits sold her^^sQ surBljr/l.opK and see that yours Is mji^i?; by;'e'^VOii|lfornia Fig $ytup ~" back wltii contampt i,7,�^.AdVflrt\ji�;inaijt;''.;-: Sharp at B.1B. / First and Only Appearimce In ^ Lethbrldge of America's Largest,'; and Most Dlstlngulslted Singina: , Organisation SUN GW GBBIID fiPERII COKPimY ; Complete with Its'One Hundred Members, Including TwentyvWorlt|-;.j!; Famous Leading Artists,'Brilliant Slnglnp Choi^us and Orchestra,,;]; Pre8eiiilng"'Donlsettl's World-favorite Opera . LUCIA pi^AMMERMPPR'? Introducing the Wb>ld?Rcnowned Mme. Edylga, Vaewrl, I'llallan Coloratura; IMmo. Alice'Homer: Messrs. Agostlnl, ffoy,er.^RoMli|),l>.' ' '" "lotor; CHEVALIER CARLO,-------- 1 "4 \ MUflCf Prices .... |l.OO, $1.50 7?3769 ?5792207 ;