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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY lir.KALD PAGE FIVE BREATHE yoa likslc cold COOM which are boo ad lo lodge la tho ud breatblnc Yoa CAfliot prevent this. You however, prevent their de- velopment which Mil up lufitm. nutloo resulting in coUi, tore throat tn4 troubles, keep throat, naul and breathing bathed with medicU DA! zerm-deitroyiog that li cclemMd when are dluolved In the mouth. Tfalt vapor with the breath and the remotest pertt of the throat, breathing and lungs; destroying all and preventing Infection. Safeguard yourielf by keeping Pepa on He buz. All dccleti or Peps Co., Toronto. FREE TRIAL will be seat yon upon receipt of thli ad- vertlttxneat aad Ic. to cover return pottage. PER GAVE NO ORDEUTO STAY PROCEEDINGS, OTTAWA. Jan. ordor lo Slay iirocoedlDga against Michael Cliaritotiol1', an annouuteil Thursday in Winding, was made by l he parliuent c-t justice in Otuwa.' C. J. doputy miui ster ot jus- tlco, declared today. When it was pointed out lhat a stay ol proceedings had teeii Interpreted by the aui Labor Council in as a decision on the part of tlio govern- nent to release all political prison- re, Mr. Ntwcombo "it tlcK'S not mean anything of Oie kiii'L" GOV1.10ME .T.P. OTTAWA, Jail. following dispatch has been received from Fred James, official correspondent of the corp-i in Germany, dated from Ilonn: yeople seem to be accepting our occupation with tolerably good grace, as far outward appearances indicate. Many of tbem are honestly glad wo are here, lor they fear Bol- shevism as much as they would a deadly plague. They know lhat wherever the British flies disur- der or disregard for even the German constitution, wliich affects the safety of law-abiding anrt Innocent folk, will bo sternly suppressed. TLo burgomaster of Honn told me that Iio had received 110 complaints from tho citizens about the behavior of the Canadians; In fact they arc aH Tavorablv impressed, be siiid. The feeem to be hnlttlDg themselves into Ihe communal lite, when ofi par- ade, without fraternizing, except with children, who are the fame all the TYorlJ over, "It Is a fact that Ihe German peo- ple In the cities ara short ot food. Be- fore the war ayorpulcnt and rotuoil Uermau man or woman was a very common sight, hut lack of nutritious food has whittled down the protuber- j ant stomach and "the fleshy cheeks. Kood queues arc still common here and in Cologne. The iircad, is almost black and as Four as flat while wine. ENDS ITS WORK PARIS, Jan. supreme council ended its sessions for to- day at 5-30 o'clock, having entire- ly completed its work. It will not meet again before the opening of the peace congress tomorrow. The San Carlo Grand Opera Com- pany, with its nearly one hundred members anO the twenty leadiug arrived In the ciiy this afternoon an army of expert hands were I Immediately set to work transferring j from the baggage cars of the oiganlza- 1 lion lo the stage ol the Majestic [thiatrc, the- immeimp volume yf scenic; costuming efic-cu necessary tor reproduction of (ho three SHOULD BE DONE BYTHE GOVERNMENT TORONTO, Jan. Moore, president cf the Dominion and Labor Congress, speak- Ing today frtnkly told the men be- hind the Salvation Army appeal- ing for that l.ibor did not approve the assumption by a sep- arate organiial'on ot duties that lighlfully belonged to the govern- ment. WANT MORE WAGES HAVANA. Jan. agc-nls iin-i HIP uuiled railway.! struck tonight euforcu their lor wages and betterment, of working o ditiona. Concessions offered them Ihv I'omiiany offlcera were- the mountains and up a nev; lift. picture was produced by Mr. Hart himself, the supervision of Tlsomas H. luce. JMIO Novak is his loadiog vi'ornp.n. and has a role lhat brings out Mr. Hart's tioji in string and satisfying contrast. Yates" will be shown at Stai- AT THE MAJESTIC. there a theatrical iiroduifr over siicnt eighteen mo Catarrh Of The Stomach Is Dangerous "Thousands Have It and Don't Know It." Says Physician. Frequently Mistaken for In- to Recognize and Treat. AT STAHLANU. wv-u-ru from it ra man Haito, Mark Twain and Kredtrick ovt-r. but tht-y Uvi- fervid aud in Yuit-.-." i-f.1 I'hotop-tiy o? .S. the famous Tlioioa? li. Ancralt film In line picture Mr. Hurt i? of j the WL-st. '.vc-ptvni, aiM tho living em- j bodiiuent cf those reinark iblo ters by (In1 west was reclaitueJ. The theme of ".Selfish Yatcs" one of In Ihn jiUy Mr.) an affords Ills aitmircfd" an example of his uest wliich i.n improving vastly with eiu-Ii charatteriia- tion he The story w.is wrii ten by C. Gardner Sullivan, and iht MAJESTIC TONIGHT At 8.15 Sharp. ii.s of the l.totu-zvallo can r him. i, from Queena Mario, thcr cnloratina, wuo ?in .-ensatioiial little :s ihe heauliful. Iriuniph. "lies ;B how much it cost for I to film his Himrt'iiK- is of Ihe World." vhii-h natin f "Tas of Ho- omes' 10 Ihc JlajCMtc for (h ,1 All it is that greatest ambition of his life i? "tti than money. Everything ia a "ersatz" or stale sub- stitute. IE served as coifce Isn't coffee at all. It is a state substitute, made of what only Ihe German chem- "Thousands of people mon less constantly from furred, tonttil _ accompunJed by her mother tongue, bad breath, fioiir burning guards dauRhttr's as If! crl> ''-hjch is mure 10 in aril, frequent rumMlna In it were so much liquid gold. Aud just- stomach, bitter cruetEtiions, sas. r.-ind ]v F0. for Miss QufenaVis one of the and stoniacli acidity and call it voices of world and pat- iiou when in reality their trouble is Of (he matinee offering un- due to gaalric catarrh of the come away with that im- v.-rites a New York physician. prcKsion. Catarrh of the stomach is danger- The detailed casts for this cveuing'i ous because the mucous membrane liu-ievent are as follows: rCavalferia Rusticana'1 jng of Ihe stomach is thickened and a "Cavalferia Rusticana'' coating of phlegm covers the surface Cast ED lhat the digestive fluids casmot mix' Santuzza Elizabeth Amsden with tlio food aad digest them. This ij0Ea Stella DeraeUc WINNIPEG, Jan. Win- nipeg Telegram today says: "Aceordfna the latest re- expected that the Grand Trunk Pacific will be soon taken over and operated by the Hoverriment. It is said that the road will be incorporated into the Canadian National Railway System within a couple of months. It also believed that the Ed- monton, Dimveffan and British Co- lumbia lines will come untfer QOV--" ernment operation. This will, mean that the Canadian National Railway will control the larflest road In the world, with a mileage of approximately miles. SENTENCED TO PRISON HALIFAX, N.8., Jan. 1 members of the S.S. O rio ciharged Yrlth not obeying orderi oj (board ship yesterday convictfei liy Stipendiary Fielding and to a -vveeX each.in tho ctly prison Siard labor and'ordered to -forfeit pay. t knows. 1 have drunk Eome of it I soon hrcrAs deadly TuriritJii Manuel Silazar and all I know is thai it is a lilRck, ju the fermented, unaesimilated food. Alfiii Uoilolfo Kornari jot, tasteless iiquid. Then there blood is ;itid tarries the he slate tobacco, a utature of beech infection throughout (he body. Gastric eaves some native tobacco, that ulcers arc apt to form anil frequently an aroma, when smoked, like an ati ulcer is the first sign of a deadly .Mama Lucia In calarrh of the stomach a Cacio Alice Homer Followed by ;'l' Pagliacci" Cast Sopliio Charlebois Manuel Salazar Anloli AT THE COLONIAL. "Tito Disciple." written by S. 'Bar- rett McConn'X-k and Thomas H. Ince. j will be presented as one of the Uic features of the Triangle program at the Colonial today. This is not only remarkable as a play., but also as pul- ling forth the favorite star, William S. Hart. A western plot that holds Ihe inter- TONIGHT AND ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT WM. S. HART IN "SELFISH YATES" THIS IS MR. HART'S LATEST PICTURE "SHERIFF NELL'S TUSSLE" TWO-REEL SENNETT SCREAM WSTKCISIU JUGWU n'HOKM SfiRS. SMPKOXY OStHBH- U- lU.1t CEORCS. PDtB STACE StnUCS. IN THE FAMOUS DOUBLE BILL "Cavalierra Rusticana" AND "1 Pagliacci" Saturday Matinee (2.15) OF HOFFMAN" Saturday Night (B.15) "IL TROVATORE" GOOD SEATS FOR ALL PER- FORMANCES ARE STILL. AVAILABLE. PRICES Boxes Balcony......J2.00, J1.BO, and safe treatnient is io take Tonia meals a tenspoonfnl of pure BlsuraleJ Silvio KIccardo Hardncci .ncinerator in action. Tea is Si) shill- nga or J7.5I) a pound anil difficult to jet at that price. I saw some bars ot "hocolatfi in a shop here at 75 cents a jar. which in Canada can be tougiit Magnesia in halt a glass of hot Luciano 'or 5 cents. Women and cliililren wail j as hot as you can coratorlaWy drink Signor Gaetano Jlerola. icKiling raus-. oatsitio our canteens ahii plead for ii. The hnl water washes the mucus j ical director, will conduct. chocolate-anil biscuits. Butter ami from the ttoraach walls ami draws i -----------..._- fat stuffs arc an enormous price. Meat Jhe blooJ to the stomach while the M-'orchestra, opejiine the evenings en The benullful grcludal music by the a sus arc an e r. rchestra, openine the evenings en- is scarce and rationed down to surateil magnesia is nn excellcLit so'- tfrtalnmcnt. slioulil IIR he'rd by all. quarters of a pound per Individual, a vent for mucus anil increases the effic- The opera starts at S.la sharp. including bone. lency ol the hot water treatment.-------------------------- GREAT AIR SERVICE LONDON TO PARIS LONDON, Jan. regular aerial passenger service between London and .Paris in connection with the peace conference will be 'inaugurated Monday. A nurnber of airplanes have fitted Ijp for the service. They have a comfort- able cabin for'two passengers, in- cluding cushion and a table, entirely enclosed with glass. The airplanes will ntake the trip In two hours. Moreover the Uisnrated Jlagnesla will 'serve OK a powerful but harmless anti- acid which neutralize riny excess hydrochloric acid that may lie In your stomach aud sweeten its footi contents. Easy, natural digestion without ills- Iress of any kind should soon follow. Disnralcd Magnesia Is cot n livativc. Is harmless, pleasant and, easy to take nnd can bo ouli'.inbd from any local druggist. Ilon't confuse Biaurnteil Mag- nesia with other forms ot magnesia, mlltis, cltralea, etc., but get it in ihe pure bisuraled form or especially prepared for this pur- pos tise m en I. SOCIALISTS REFUSE TO ENTER GOVERNMENT AMSTERDAM, Jan. iations between the central sold- and workmen's council with Independent-Socialists and Social- Democrats, with a view to pro- moting a joint Socialist program, have resulted in the Independents refusing lo enter the government, according to a Berlin dispatch re- ceived 'here. The entire street car service at Frankfort hai'bem suspended owing to a MABGE ty CKABKWI! VSlf AT EMPRESS TONIGHT This Paramount Star USES said mniden A girl with a wealth of beautiful hair; Whose n ame we we emblazoned far, On the screens of glowing star. dear who long, For the admiration of the throng; While I teU of a charm, each may possess, Of more importance than form or dress, To all the world you will seem fair, With luatrous, shimmering, glossy hair. Hair that will be your greatest pride, May be obtained with HerpicUe. That preparation first and best Of all scalp nourishing foods Do not delay but at once decide On a trial of Nawbro's Herpicide." ,WJ Ettrjvluri. ApflitfliHl irt'r fcrttr Sitfi. A tentrma umptt of NewWs McrpicUe jen't postp.W for 1 or coin. AddreM: The HerpteWe Companv. Ocrt. 1 ftetrolt, U c t i, 0, HIQINBOTHAM A CO., SPECIAL AGENT -B, Matinee-Daily at 2.30. JULE AND JAY J. ALLEN Pretent The Greatest Spcclacte Ever Conceived D.W GRIFFITH'S HEARTS L OF THE WORLD The Master Master Production EIGHTEEN MONTHS IN THE MAKING PRICES: Evenlngi, J1.00, 75c, 50o Matinees 76c, 60c SEATS NOW SELLING COLONIAL-TONIGHT-COLONlALf WHEN WE GET SOMETHING GOOD WE DON'T STING YOU BY RAISING PRICES. HERE IT PICTURE YOU HAVE BEEN WAIT- ING FOR WM.S.HART THE DISCIPLE SUPPORTED BY DOROTHY DALTON, AND THE GREATEST ALL STAR CAST EVER ASSEMBLED IN ONE PRODUCTION. NO RAISE IN PRICES FOR THIS STUPENDOUS ATTRACTION. ON THE SAME PROGRAM-ALICE HOVVELL IN "BAWLED GREATEST 2-REEL COM EOY EVER MADE. TONIGHT TOMORROW A PERFECT LADY" ;