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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUlJ^b4V.' JANUARY 15^ 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Falrbankg, AUska', Jan. 15.-Soversi now Urge Arctic Itlandg were discovered norttiweit of Banka Land in tbe aprtne of 1916 by V. StetanBBon, the Arctic esplorer, according to Captain 'A. Lane, who anrlVed hero lait night from the Arctic Ocean, brlngtns direct newH from the explorer, who, he says, IB sjiendtng the 1917-1918 winter In the northern s^aa at Dartel Island. TUa explorer claimed the new landa for Canada. A Large New C�ntlnent / The islands, It is believed horo, evi- dently tie near a larBO continent the explorer discovered northwest of Prince Patrick Islnnd/lh ,i?14. Banks Lund and Price Patrick. lB)and Ho near j each >otIier in the weatern Arctic and northwest of them la atafRe stretch of frozen waste heretofore Unexplored. The explorer, Captitin tanfe said, was preparing to make a 300 ml|ti da^h over the .ice north and '%est of the west Canadian Arctic coast durliiK the summer of 1918, in search ojf rapro new land. 1 Stefanason, he said, Iniendi to leave his ilresent base In AprH and hopes to, reach Wrangel Iiland, off the northern Siberian coast, in July August, Ho will spend the 1918-10 winter on the island and end his exploration by sailing through the Behring Straits to Nome, Alaska, in. 1919.' ' GILLETTSLYE Leg Sore A huge sore-very deep-full of foul dlBcharge. Agoiiy all day, no rest at night. Then Just a few drops of the Ecntlo, cooling Ilauid, D.D.I>, Irritation and pain gone. Sweet, refreshing sleep at night. In due tirao, complete cure. Wo Bunranto D.D.D,-J. p. Hlglnboth-am & Co., Ltd., drgugists,-Advert. WINNIPEG JUDGE REIREAT, CAMBRA BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our way around,tho country-as well as you know'the way from your office' to your home.' Try ,US. PHONE 1206 COAL FOR SALE By Carload Only ^DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1809 10,000 COYOTES WANTED 'will pay from 96.00 to '99.00 for Good Hides. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT &' FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Office* Referehcet: Standard Bank ' Office Phone. 799 Reaidence Phone 326 , Winnipeg, Jan. IB.-t-A move for the impoachmont of Judgti Curran may be started on Thursday next at a special meeting of the sub-executive of tho provincial W.C.T.^;, according to Mrs. O. H. Onkes, the prosldent. It is said that a large number of the women are indignant over the conduct of, and son-tonco, in a recent assault case, when Italph Goodrlge, a country school' teacher, was sentenced by Judge Cur- ( ran  to six month* in the common i jail. The charge against Good-rldgo was of having had tarnal knowledge of a twelve-year-old girl, Tiio Jury found Goodrldge guilty of common as.saiilt only. , "The feeling amongst the women of the province is," said , Mrs. Oakos, "that, not onjy,did Judge Curran show a laxness In the .conduct' of this casei' but that tho same thing has been apparent in; other cases along similar linos conducted before this Judge." Bonar Law Presents Reiiort on Charges Re Cambrai Offensive -'I HEAD CAN. RYS. Malcolm McUod Will Become Actual Head of C.N.R. Lines in Canada iiwid KingiiNtw �nd MtdicalAat KUTH Cor. 1st Ave and 10th Street :RY WOMAM EVERY JHOTHEft EVERY OAUQHTER Iat.times^ � To put strcnilH'Intolitr nerve* .*nd.coIorJnto,|ie|i;iie�lc!^ There c � ffl J bo no bcnull-( u I, hoallhy.l rosy - choftkM womon wUh-. uiit Iron, Thet troublQ In tho pnist hn� beon ihQt when women n 0 �(1 cd Iron Ihcy gen� 0 r a! 1 y tooH arAtnary mft-inlllo Iron, which � M 0 n corroded I h  filomach and (llil far mere _. . . harm than t-ood. Today doctors pre '' '* nsalmliaiod, dots nol. bliwlun nor In-loro the Iceth nor upset tho stomach. It will Iporcass |.h� strorclh and on-durance of weak, nervous. irrltnMc, careworn, hnimara looWhjt -wonicn 100 per cent In two weeka" tlmo In many Innlnnees. I h�v� used It In my own racllco with most surprlilnt resuKs.-^ OTE: NOXATEO.lHON rseomnwnj �re by Or; Ferdlnmid KInji ^ from any good drutglsi ^e fluaranteft of sucesis . It Is dlipenssd In thli London, Jan. 15.-Andrew Bonar Law, chancellor of the exchequor, an nounccd in the house of comnjons to-' day that as a result of Field Marsiial Halg's Inquiry, the general staff, war cabinet and the government considered that the British higher array command had not been surprised by the German attack In the Cambrai region November 30 and that all proper and adequate dispositions had been made to meet it. British troops under General Sir Julian Byng, commander of the Third Army In France, by employing a large number o� tanks and without the customary artillery action, took the Germans by surprise in the area west of Cambrai. and penetrated the German lines for a distance of six miles. Nine days later the Germans made a determined attack on the new British salient and forced back General Byng's troops for ai distance of,about 2 miles, capturing Bourlon Wood and the towns of Anneux, Marcolng and Cantalng. The Germans also advanced through Gonnelleu to Gouzoacourt but later the British counter-attacked and retook Gouzeacourt and La 'Vacquerie. Tho,chancellor said it was not necessary to dispel the rumor that Field Marshal Haig was being relieved of his command. Wlnnlpeg( J�n. n,-The Ottawa correspondent of tho Manitoba Free Press wires today thai D. B. Hanno, t present vice-president of the Canadian Northern railway, is to become the executive head of Canadian government lines, and thai A, 15. Warren, at present assistant to the general manager of the ^ Canadian Northern ralhyay, will be choson as deputy mln-jBter of railways. M. H. MacLeod, tho correspondent says, at present general manager of the Canadian Northern railway with office* at Winnipeg, will become the actucR liead of the Canadian Northern lines under federal control. A number of Dthor changes, aCfectfng other officials of the same road, also are forecasted, says the correspondent. WILL NOT STAND FOR II E HAD SUCCESSES London, Jon. 15,-Operations of British fpi'ces on the Italian front during the past week are revlowbd In an official statement today. Tho Italian successes inl carrying out operations ;n the Monte Asolono region, as well as in the vicinity of Monto Spinoncla and near Caposile, on the river front, are noted in the announcement, which reads: "In Italy, during the past week our airplanes have destroyed six enemy machines and driven down others out of control. Our artillery made several successful shots and our Infantry patrol activity continues. "The Italians successfully operated yesterday in' the vicinity of Monte Asolene, Monte; Spinoncla and Cap osile, capturing many prisoners. "The weather is very cold " ARECHARGEDWITH Londpn, Jan. 14.-(Vik Renter's Ottawa Agency).-A despatch from Capetown says that Minister of Finance Burton, interviewad regarding Lloyd Georg'o's speech, safd: "We welcome the reference to the German colonies. It is difficult to exaggerate the feeling in South Africa against any prospect of return ot the southwest protectorate to Germany, If any concessions are eventually made to German colonization. We can nev. er tolerate her as a neighbor again, especially after the revelations of this war regarding her purpose .and methods." � . Phvnea 1345 or ISM f Turner i Witcbeli 9ffle� at K�nn�cly'� 410 11th St Dr.A^CSpankie M.D., C. M. eye, 'ear, nose and 'THroatV specialist. Oftico rooma. Ul-m New P, Burna Building, Corner &th Ave. and 'f2n4 .^t. fSaat,' Ualgavy. ,vOlflco, Pbono M284S BoSldenco Phone M20,77 ' luteriie ocd Ho.tse Surgeon, Manhattan Bye, Gar. Nose and Thr, 8TAr:D, AtCXANOA HOTEL DAY AND.NiOHt SERiVICE FOOD RIOTS Barcelona, Spa.ln, Jan. 15,-An Immense crowd of women surrounded tho approaches to the city hall today to protest against the new food regulations. The balustrade of the main stairway collapsed and hundreds of \k'oraen fell. Thirty-five of them were badly crushed. ? ? ? MAYOR OF KITCHENER IN PATRIOTIC SPEECH PULLEY'S AUTO LIVERY Phone1540  � : it        i * o � � o ^. 4> �> 4 � Kitchener, Ont., Jan. 14.- The Inaugural address delivered by Mayor Gross at tho meeting of the city' council this morning h.id.a decided patriotic tone to it and was received with enthusiasm. "Our aim during the' ensuing year," ho said, "should be to heal old sores between warrlni factions and. admin'ater the trust imposed in/US by the residentli generally. We must, as we have In tho past, give freely and llberplly of bdth our time and our money to these great causes.", . MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIQHT Wesley T. Flyha Phona 1780 As* rua iNTOsiuTioH rsoii sn* i.i, m(Nr. n,l!.tlI>i�n,l "cniBHIla E H. O. Loyton of Tdber appeared be fore His Honor Judge Jackson in tho District.Court on Tuesday morning on a charge of attempted suicide. Ho pleaded gulUy and was allowed out on suapended sentence. Domestic trou bles led to the attempt to end his life In the city police court Ethel Mc Donald, who is alleged to have at tempted suicide last week In a drunk ^n orgy in the house of Norman Plem ming, appeared before Magistrate El ton and was remanded till Wedneiiday POLICE HAVE EYES OPEN, DEFAyiTERS Local police are keeping their eyes open for men who are trying to evad^ [the military service act. Yesterday Lester Alford Gregory was taken in charge at the line ond appeared be-, fore Magistrate Elton on a charge of failihK to report. He was handed over to the military authorities. Gregory claims that he Is an American and owns a farm across the line. Tbe matter will be taken up between tho Canadian and American military nuth-pritiea. wliESDAY's GROCERY 20 lb. Qranulatad Sugar. Reaular $2.30. Wednesday's price................................... 12.20 3 lb�. "Hudaon Bay" Oround Coffee. Regular $1.20. Wadnaaday'a price ........................ 95o 5 lb. tin Magic Baking Powder. Regular $1.35. Wed-neaday'a price........................... $1.10 Quakar Rellad Oats, Reg. 30c carton. Wedneaday's prica ................................... 25o Flneet No. 1 Wagner Apples. Regular $2.60 per eaae. Wednesday's price ..................... $2,25 Good Health Food, Regular 15c each. Per packet, Wednesday's prlte ........................ 10c Sun Maid Raisins, Regular 2 for 35c. 2 lor......29c Qoodwillles' Rod Raspberries, Regular 45c, each 32c No. 2 Hudson Bay Packet Tea. Regular 60c, lb. 50o Finest Tins Pumpkin. Regular 25c each........20c Deliveries Every Hour LIBEL SUIT WILL E BIG IN Laurieri Borden and. Others in Reid Suit-Bonds for $40,000 Montreal, Jan. IB,-yV St, John's, Newfoundland, despatch to tho Star says: "Sir William* Hold, arrested tor alleged criminal libel in connection with the publication of a statement that he arranged a trip through Canada and the United States for the purpose ot facilitating political union in Newfoundland and confederation with Canada, hag given bonds for forty thousand dollars. The case comes up for preliminary hearing on the 21st Inst. 'If the action ever goes to trial. It Is expected to Involve some prominent Canadian public men, including Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Sir Robert Borden, Mr. Hazen and E. M. MacDonald. "Hon. P. T. McOrath ot the Herald, denies receiving financial assistance from Sir William Held to establish the Chronicle or to purchase the Herald but does not deny the probability of some o^ the shareholders having received such assistance. The shareholders include some prominent public men from whom no denial has yet come." ]05 MILLION BUSHELS AVAILABLriN CANADA Ottawa, Jan. 14.-It is computed that there are 105,000,000 bushels of wheat still a-irailable in Cana.da, including Canadian wheat iA store across the border. This includes low grade grain... 30,000,000 busliels are requ.'red for 8e*d in the west. About 30,000,000 buBhbls . are required for home consumption, though this may | be slightly cut down by food control regulations. In addition a considei*-able quantity will be required for seed in' the east, since it is proposed that eastern Canada grow enough wheot to feed themselves in the future. Pox photoplay, "The War Bride's Secret," which stars beautiful Virginia Pearson. Tho story tnlis how n Scotch dairy maid secretly marries her lover (Glen White) just as he In about to leave for tho battle front. Later, her father's desire compels her to marry ftobin Gray (Walter Law), a wealthy farmer. She has heard that Colin, her first husband. Is ' Apjid. But Colin was only wounded. Ho returns, and rlalma his wife, and . llobln, realizing the truth, let.H her go. i "The War Bride's Secret" shows at the Empress tonight. it takes but a short glance at the EmprcHs theatre advertisement in this paper to convince everyone that this is tbe place to vlall for a good hearty , laugh. The. Komody King will be In i his very latest and funniest laugh-pro-; ducer, which Is entitled "The Horo." : This will positively bo'tho first time ; this laughing special has ever been offered In Lethbrldge. AT STARLAND �Vivian Martin will appear at Stfir land again tonight In "Little Miss Op-' timlst." an ospecially appealing story j that is Ideally suited to the charming ' personality of Miss Martin. It shows � her In many guises, notably as a little ' waif and later as the chief factor in \ the recalling of an erring youth from the paths o� folly. i If you 'were the average mdrtal liv-; ing In a big city boardlng-iionse, how would you like to have your most cherished ambition suddenly become; true? And suppose it did come true, j you certainly would want to thank; the person re.';>>insible, wouldn't you?! AVhen we think of the "eternal! triangle" in books and. plays; it natur-, ally suggests husband-wife-and-the- \ other-one. Now we would like to: speak of a different sort ot triangle with three men Ui love v/ith and trying j to win the hand of "Miss Terry," tho � hardware clerk. No one knows.much I about her, biit they all 'like heri. and especially "tho suitors three.',' These, coupled with a mock safe! robbery that becomes real, the sliad-1 owing by tho police of the beautiful store girl when she enters tho home j ot tbe rich Miss Wentworth, and other i incidents alike mysterious and interest-sustaining go, to make up the plot of a now Paramount Picture, ^"Tho Mysterious Miss Terry," which is to be shown at Starland tomorrow and Thursday. ..  The adorable JJilUe Burk?, star of stage and screen, proves to be equally versatile, as Miss Wentworth, society bud, and as Miss Terry, hardware clerk. She is assisted in her love problem by Thomas Meighah, well-kiiowi for many portr.tynls with Paulino . Frederick in recent photoplay.n. Tho whole play Is woven togotlier by tho master hand of J, Soarle Dawley, who has directed many ot the rocont .Marguerite Clark pictures. iRPHEUM f TONIGHT Wl lOo-15c Miss Biliic Burke in "Gloria's Romance" More Thrilling Than Ever. A 2-Reel L-KO Scream Latest Current Events and Mult and .^eff Comedy, Other good pictures. A big show for the money. Remember It's at the _Orpheum tonight.__ FMPRESC K m , 10c-25c TONIGHT "Private Douglas: Reported Dead." The news brings ^rief to the heart of a Scotch lass who has been waiting for him since tho outbreak ot the war. Her child will be fatherless. After she marries again her first husband returns. William Fox prea-ents beautiful VIRGINIA PEARSON In his new drama ot the Scottish heath. The War Bride's Secret A story That Lays Bare a Woman's Hijart. HERE TODAY .  "THE' iiERO" A Brand New Two-Reel Scream. Positively first time'In Lethbrldge. RUiNIANMINISIER London, Jan, 15.-The Rumanian minister at Petrograd and his entire staff have be?^� arrested by the Bolshe-vikl, the Rumanian legation here announces. The arrests are believed to have been made In reprisal for the arrest of a, numbai^ of Bolsbevlkl agitatofs at Jassy, Rumania.' G.T. FIREMAN KILLED , Beaverton, Ont., Jan. 15. - Orohd Trunk Fireman Suiyvan, ot Lindsay; was iriatantiy killed and Engineer Blm-hurat "^as slightly burned about three miles east of Beaverton this iribrntng. Thriae engines with a snow plow and a van engaged in clearing the'track, left the rails at the aecond ovel-head brldfe between Eldoh and Thoran at 2^,20 thia morning. The same crows had be^n engaged aince Saturday on the line from Midland eaat, plowing through the snow ten feet deep and i started In on the lino ea^t ot here yesterday afternoon. An inquest into Sul- I Uvnn's deatli will be opened Friday, AUCTIONEERS 'Wa wist) tOi announce that Pet^r LoValley and L. I, Niohol-son have consolidated their in-teroBtB aB> auQtionoerB and will conduct, sales anywhero in the province. Tho best of workmanship and satiBtaotion guaranteed' or no pay. , For sale idatoa, phone 1053 or 205 Itural, . .. . ', , , �aur� for. business. ' � ^LUfY AND, NICHOLSON, � ';.�,�>�', '.'Auotioneers, J o'frs.-';; aitto liyery bly Prtona 144�i,NlVh.t Phone 787 _:_� ^-.'v/ w- .j^ ..... ,,- . THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE DRAYING WesterriTrinsfisrCo, i,�ice.-c, p, H.'>Fp'e/'8ni.;8;i�a� PHONESr,,  i otrie? '.".�'.^^"MJ . etablaa . . .'i.,',,:. t064 SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V,0., LLD, D,C.L, PNiidem H V. F. JONES. Ah'i Cen'l. I�ltpi�^ I IIR JOHN A!P,D.O��r�lN�nMW V.CBROWt^. Sup'l of Cewral Wttiern BrandiM CAPiTAiPAip Up.$i5.qoo.ooo T ResERve funp* . $i3.5oo.oM A GOOD INVESTMENT The money you Mveearav interest when deposited fai our Savings department* and both pHncipal and interest are safe and caii he obtajined wlteo requhred. Why keep in the home mbrf money than ia needed for Immediate purpbaea?^ , , . z'^^* Lethbridge Branch J-pat � �  * * *  V  *  � �i � � � TO PLAN OPERATIONS ON WESTERN FRONT U LAST TIMES TONIGHT VIVIAN MARTIli IN ' Little MISS "Hist! At Six OXIock" ' CHRIffTIE COMEDY ' WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY FAMOUS |!>LAYERS PRESENT. i BILLIE BURKE \ IN 'The Mysterious Miss Terry' A Paramount Feature iri Five Acta, - Alao ' "FROM LONDON TO LARAMIE'V Two-Reel Comedy ~ ? Paris, .Ian. 15. - A plenary meeting of the supreme war council Svith the premiers and military representatives of FBance, iSreat Britain and Italy in attendance, will be hold ahortly at Versailles to discuss' and plan military operations on the western front, whlcli now Includes Italy. *  ? ? 2 Nights, FRL Ifi 1Q SAT., January 10-l3 THIS WEEK SATURDAY MATINEE AT THE ORPHEUM Gloria's Romance i^ at the Orpheum tonight. With this, a new Current Events reel, a good comedy and a Mutt and Jeff cartoon completes a good prpgrara. \ AT TH|E MAJESTIC No comedy auccess of recent years has had eii'ch a record breaking tour as'the preieent Cahttdian coast to coast tour of MoroscoB brilliant success "The iDrat." Leaving Broadway on Ootober'25th after 200 crowded nights' at the Morosco and Harris theatres. New .Yprlf City, the present tour ot this popular vdroedy'started at Banger and/ from that: date right up to the present'; enga$w6nt, ^'''P" ^'^^ same production and cf^st will appear dt tho Ma-1 JestloThsatrci, .Lethbrldge on Friday' and.Saturday. January XSth and 19tb-with Saturday matinee, Iiouse record - j huve tjone by the board everywhere, I, m the Marltimea and In Ontario' crowded houses have been general, and delighted audiences have loft the tboatre fully satisfied that tor once n ; real New York product'on with a hril-! llant .Broadway cast have, come tp! their Ibwu on the first tour out New York. _ . AT fiiEliipRii? The aid u( Scotland lenda Ita Imvig-orating en^rw: to tlie new William Coming Here Direct from New York City vf'Ah the Original Cast and Production which left Broadway on October 20th, after 200 crowded nights at the MoroBco Theatr^. THE BIG LAUQHING ^UCCESS "BETTER THAN �PEGO' MY HEART'"-NEWi YORK yr||; r I Brilliant Broadway Caat Support- : _' Ino the Famoua Comedy Star >. KGcl IVIclFClIl DON'T For"'---'- --------. .-L-.� Lethbrldge '  �MM ;