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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Must Feed Starving Armies Tp Enable Them to Defend \ Republic London, Jan. 16.-Throe, appeals la' Buert by the BplBliovlkl governniont In Potrograd on Tuosday are 'contalnod lii ft nusRian ottlc.'al wiroloas com munlcatlpn reodived Iiore. Ono is Htgnod by the council of people's com-miasnrles for war and the central com-rallteo for army aupplles and hoglns: 'To all: linnicdlato help Ih neces-.sary. The army which' Is stand ng patiently and bravely on guard (or the freedom of. the country, Is perishing from famine, th61r provisioning has censed.' Several reclmenta are entirely without broad and the horses are without fodder. Every citizen of Rus- SEND FOR I fit fitEE SAMPLE M you suffer from Backache, Kheutna-iVSi "S^ deposits, Urinary and Bladder Troubles, Washlngtont Jan. 16.~Wide-�praad rumora. untraceable to any aolirca, thiit the United  Stataa. had received directly from Qarmany a peace pro- Butter and Egg� Reduced But Porl(, Bacon and Fish Increased posal, or some other communication were denied today by Secretary Landing, COAii FOR SALE . By Carload Only 00W8LEY LAND AGENCY ' PHONE 1809 IffllEVES GET BIG HAUL BYMOTiBOXCARS New York, Jan. 16.-r-An orsanlzed band pf thieves have been lootlnR boi cars on the New ^York, -New Haven and >few-Paipp8hlrb Railroad andron. the Beaton, and Albany Ilatlrpad and have (IBcured pltlnder: in; arn�y cloth and other moi'qijandlae'shipped from New England mills,'to the value of between ?BO,000�and ?1PP-000. federal authorities announced today. Ottawa, Jan. 16.-Decreases in the amount of eggs, butter, mutton, cheese and beef In cold storage on January 1, as compared with December 1, 11^17, are shown in the monthly report of the acting commissioner of the miniaterof labor, re cost of living, Mr. W. P. O'Connor. On the other hand, there ware on January 1 larger amounts of pprk, bacon, fish, etc., in cold storage. The statement includes reports of companies holding about ninety-nine per cent of the cold storage apace available In Canada. "It is to be expected," says the report, "that the holdings on January 1 of butter, cheese and eggs particularly show a decrease. By the first of iMarch the cold storage companies expect that these commodities ^111 be almost cleared, except for oirront trade," The quantities on hand on January 1, 1938, and December 1, 1917 were as follows; Jan. 1, 1918 Doc. 1, 1917 ICggs; dozen .... 4,144,490 6,819,169 Butter, pounds . 11,273,627 Cheese........ 12,374,980 Beef, fresh and pickled...... 43,335,952 Pork (fresh and pickled) .... 22,623,378 Bacon and ham , and smoked meats......15,086,828 Mutton and lamb 3,963,483 i''lsh........19,419,984 Poultry (all varieties) ...... 3,369,307 The following statement shows the distribution ot the tbtal Quantiyes of each of such commodities in store In the west January 1, 1918, reported ac-.cording to established districts; .Alberta and Manitoba Saskatchewan .. 1,G3'3,170 1,548,978 781,415 639.701 367,257 , 808,391 15,414,154 16,809,639 48,093,680 21,086,221 10,971,611 4,610,444 12,871,275 2,216,236 -AGETYLIiNE Cor. 1st Ave aud 10th Street ? ? ? ? O 4 � � � > �   * ' WILL'BE.9eCbN0E0 Quebec," Que.','Jan. 1)6.-The Francoeur, motlpn which cpmes up for dlsoussipii jtbroorrow in the legislature VWUl bo' seconded by Messrs. A.^Beaudrey and M. David. �.; -  Butter .. Eggs......... Cheese....... Beet, fresh and pickled..... Pork, fresh and pickled..... Ham, bacon and smoked meats / ,788,320 Mutton and lamb 419,082 Klsh, all varieties .. ..... 842,922 Fowl........ 140,262 7,464,764 12,184,468 2,143,297 5,975,689 252,184 623,824 687,913 488,830 The increased holdings ot eggs are about equal In Montreal, Toronto and Winnipeg. ' ' r . TO TAKE UP LAND TttiiSDAY's GROCERY specials Chatean Brihd Perk and Btans. Regular 20e Ctk^ eaeh. Todjiy, 3 for..................... JUC Houdsona Br^ttd Toilet Soap. Regular 10c. OC-, Today, ? for........................... Cowan'a Cocoa. Regular 60c lb. ACt, ~ todJiy, lb. ;............................ Large Fibre Scrubbing Brushes, Regular 3&c, OA^ ^ Today, each ........'................ AVC 106 Ibis. No. 1 White Potatoes, Regular $2.75. todii>............................ 2.50 (Stripe Btand) Sardines Regular 20c, Today, 3 for ......................... Fairy Soap. Regular 10c. Today, 3 for................................ Royal Crown Laundry Soap. Regular 2Bc. Today, 2 for ........................ Cremette Macaroni, ReQular 2 for 35c. Today, 2 for......................... Pearl Hominy. Regular 20c. Today, each ................................ .50c 25c .45c 25c . 15c Deliverieft EVery Hour Phone 313 Ediponton, Jan. 16.-The Great War Veterans Assoqlatlon, which Is in convention 1ft Edmonton, got a quick reply from Premier Borden this morning In answer to the telegram of yesterday asking for the appointment of a land settlement board.' Sir Robert said the' question was already receiving the earnest attention of the western, ministers, and that action would be taken at the earliest possible moment. An important proposal brought before the meeting was that by Secretary J. W, Mitchell urg ng that all government positions which are held temporarily by 'returned men should become permanent as soon as the vacancy haa been assured, through the death ot tlje previous holder or any other channel. Comrade Frost of Calgary entered a protest against statements in the press relative to government orders to returned men. He offered a suggestloti that a mark be adopted to distinguish between positives- statements in the press and fake atorles. WAilii TAKESPRUCEOFF AUSTK FAIL IN CK Rome, Jan. 16.-The Austrlans made a counter attack yesterday in on effort to regain the positions gained by the Italians in the region of Monte Asolone, on the northern front, on Monday. Todoy's official statement says the enemy was repulsed. On Monday the Austrlans made another counter attack east ot Caposlle, on the lower Piave front, where the Italians had Just made a successful-assault enlarging their bridgehead. This excellent direction. ; Orpheus, according to the most authentic story-book wr;ters, used hia lyre to stop the rivers In tlioir courses, and move stones and trees. Virginia Pearson has discovered a bettor use for her ukelele-a use far more difficult, but must more p:'actical. In short, Virginia Pearson charms mosciultos. She found ^a mosquito who would listen to her ukelele for hpurs without attnmpt'ng to bite her. Miss Pearson is appearing at the Empress tonight for the lait time in "The War Bride's Secret." AT THE MA.fESTIC Writing in the New York KveninK Sun March 5, 1917, Stephen Rathburn said: IS and t'J, with special matinee Satur� day. An unusual I'llnovnlion in theatrical circles in IjetliljridKc, will be the lu-troduntioii at the Majcntic, Thnatro next Monday, Jan. ilnt of the Maude Henderson company of player.^i, wiio will open an indofinitu engagement at the local play-house. Tho engagement win come as a v.-clcomc relief to tlioatro goers in this city, for it will mean that tho Majestic will ho 6peu Htoadlly each evening. The company being a stock company, will present a different play each evening, the opening"'bill tor Monday night being "The Luro of Wealth" by George. Hroadhurst. Tijilior particulars will he announced tomorrow regarding tho engagement. I ! What the Press Agents Say In "The Brat" Miss . Pulton has effort nlao was tru8trated"'hy tiie Ital-1 written a play that is well worth while. jnj,B I She ia to be congraiulated. U. is a comedy with a pronounced undertone of seriousness. I While taking it in I laughed a-plen- i ty-1 couldn't help it-but between tlie laughs I felt the thrllj and pull ot something higher than more mirthful-ness. I felt that one of the greatest of tho world's poets has .called', "the joy of elevated thoughts" the rapture born ot the communion with pure and ; noble reflections. j "The Brat" will ho presented at the Majestic on Friday and .Saturday, Jan. MPRES V'ctbrla, B. C, Jan^ 16.-An order in council passed by the provincial executive late last\ nlgiit grants powers to the government to arrange with the Imperial Munitions Board for the immediate logging of airplane spruce upon all vacant areas of crown lands, and oalla upon such holders to proceed nrlth the nebessary operations j fprthwlth. On , failure to comply on BIRTH RATE iei] I* � � � � r DRAYING ' rhenee ia4� or UU Turner & Witchell Sfflee at Kennedy's 410 13th St CoalC.O.D. BOB'S Closed and heated cf r* for city and co-intry trl|N>f Hofpltal ealls r specialty. � . TAIIO, ALWANOA HOTEL DAY AND NIOHT .KRVICe Dr.A.LSpankie M.D.,'C. M. w EYE, EAR, NOSE AND ' THROAT SPECIALIST. , Office rooms. }2l-l2a New P. Un'Tna'DulldluR, Corner 6th Ave. and ;d Ilo.tso Surgeon. Maphattan ESye, Bar, Nose and Throat Hbspllal, Now York City. 1911-19X4, ..... 8i>telatlat'>te Calgsry Sehoe) Board 274-Sl fULLEY'S AUTO LIVERY Phone1540 ACtCtlQNEERS V^ewl?l>>to announce that Peter LeVanoySjandL; I. Niohol- , aoni have: cbiiaaltdated their In- l)08tQ|f workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed ' or'no pay.i,,' � ' \ For. sale dates, pbp'no 10S3 or .J^ural. ,  - \\�i'� for'biisl|josi,'i , LeYALLBY,'-*Np\,NlpHOL�ON , ( ^ ;' ' , ' was'3.11,, while the death rate was only 1.61, so thit the birth rate was almost double ttle death rate. There was an increisQ of 12 in the number of marrlagea bvt the preceding year. \ ,the part of such holders the right is reserved to the minister, to . instruct the department of lands tc^ make its own arrangements in co-operation with .the fmperial Munitions board, with equitable compensation to follow In respect to the timber so cut. In connection with the order in council now passed, Premier Brewster has wired to Premier Borden: "We look witii confidence to yoiir government to co-operate with us and if necessary to suppoVt our action by order^ln council under section six of the War Measures Act." MOTHER! GIVE CHILD' F IS If Cross, Feverieh, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and BowCla. AT STARLAND From the very first foot of film "The Mysterious Miss Terry" which is BilUe Burke's latest Paramount Picture, bblds the attention and Interest at top notch. A mysterious cab is seen appearing out of the gloom of a London fog. It stops before a stately mansion and a veiled lady'descends, peers cautiously around and enters the hotiBC. This Jnscrtitable young person performs all sorts of kindly miracles for the people in her boarding-house later ou in the picture, but It is not until the final breathlessly absorbing denouement that her Identity is discovered. I Billle Burke In "Tho Mysterious Miss .Ter.ry". is appearing at Stariand tonight and tomorrow. TbNIGHT; of all ages and for grpwp ups plainly printed bn.tbe, hottl),KB% ware ot counterfeits aold ,iiqr�� Qist tho genuii^e, made hy *'nf.Uti>rik^mi Syrup Company." ' Rsfuie . any 'L�t&�r, kind w|th opptempt,-AdvwUae^^itl^i puebec, Jan, 15,r-The Francoeur ^lotion, .which is expected to bring upr in the Quebec legislature the secession/of this province from the confederal tlon pact, will likely be formally introduced Thursday. The moat important statement upon secession is expected firom Sir Lomer Qouin, premier of Quebec. , There was some talk around the lobbies, of the parliament building yesterday that tho motion would not be carried because it is unconstitutional and because, like a similar motion introduced into the Quebec city council by Aid. Oussault, It may not find a seconder. , em ill m mm BRONCHITiS A�d it CM Hor-RMd Mn.tWov'a Utter West temmlUt. mt- fertd from s Mvtr* stack of bron-cUtii, with B terribU cpugli, no ap-petiM,' no enero, no ttrength and leit pf' alesp.;, Tbe usual rcmtdica failed to help'me, but they gave rne Vinol and it-reatorcd my appetite, stopped the cough and built up, tniy strength so I am able to do my housework again.'f--Mtk. P. B. Thayer, Wo ^'guarantee -'Vlnol for chronic oughs, colds, bronchitis, because it �1 a cqnititutionsi cod liver and iron reipedy. Fomiula on every bottle. J. D. LTD HIQINBOTHAM A CO. Oruggists, Leihbrldge. Also at the best druggists In all Alberta towns. -^ 2 VigMs, FRL 10 1Q SAT., January lO-i:f THIS WEEK SATURDAY MATINEE Coming Here Direct from New York City with the Original Cast and (Production which left Broadway on October 20th, after 200 crowded nights at the Morosco. Theatre. THE BIG LAUGHING SUCCESS "BETTER THAN 'PEG O' MY VlEART' "-NEW YORK SUN. Brliliant.Broadway Cast Support- 1V/Imm4>Sm Ing the Fkmous Comedy Star . . I^eSi iVIclFUll NOTaMOTION PICTURE Scats Selling Now at Box Office > ' Same Prices as ElseWhire .............---- 51.60, $1.00, 7Se, 50o t 4 "FROM LONDON TO LARAMIE" TWO REEL LUKE COMEDY TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT .FILATURE B,I L L I E BURKE IN , I _ ^ , "The Mysterious Miss Terry*' 1 4 �Quebec, Quo., Jan. 16.-Replylrtg to Hon.'Mr, Mitchell's . budget speech, which was delivered in the Quebec as-aj�mbly last week, Arthur 9auve, lead-rot the opposition in the house, dealt; With the reference made by the trea-1 aurer to the Dominion order in coun-i oil pi'ohihttlng the contracting ot loans without federal consent. He aupport-oA'^lhtt action of the; Quebec gorern-aisnt ja protestiug agalqst the order, fm4'?Bald that the |ea�t the Ottawa |Of�riui>fnt could hava done would tpye, bi�#n to consults provincial .-go v irnnimu and explain its Intentloi^ and I AQi-fi^ Commencfng Next Monday, Jan. 21; .1^^^^*^^ GRAND OPEN|n'q'OF AN INDEFINITE ENQAGeMpNT OF THt'^^ MAUDE HEFtbERSON Noj^ Picture* THE CLEVEREST 8T0CK COMPAnV .l|yE,B COFFERED HERE. COMPLETE  SCENIC ' PRODUCTIONS ELABORATE i COSTUMES } ALL NEW,; , .PLAYt ^COMPAINPy'? " ^1^^ "THE LURE OF WEAOT!^ '"V A fipWEBFUL COMBDV-DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS, f|Y OEORfllE.pROAOHURET. ' t m' APOWERFUL COMBDV-DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS, ;|Y QEOR0E,pROADHURST. r;1 1352 ?00068 70 1 ;