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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .JANUARY 19. 1918 THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE i 1 Indianapolis, lnd, Jan, .11).-With the grout hall packed with miners and others the diHtiussion of tho Washington agreement. continued all.morning and was resumed this a'tternoon. John V. White, former president ot the union and now asMiatant to Kuol Administrator Oa:*fieId, conmuned an hour in defence of tho miners' organization In agreeing to the penalty clause. He hurled defiance at those who opposed the agreement and charged that the fight against its approval was in real-Ity a well organized attack on him. ? ? ? FAMILY BUDGET OF C08T INCREASING Ottawa, Jan. 1ft.-The average cost of a family budget of staple foodB 1h still, increasing. A return compiled by tho department ot labor shows that uuch a budget cost $12.24 in December as compared with $12,10 for the previous month, $7.0.10 for December, liilfi and $7.05 for December, 1U14. � 1 ? 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 THE GHIEf CHARMjTELLS OF GREAT BOB'S AUTO LIVERY Edmonton, .lan. IS.-Kananaskis, situated about twenty miles east of Banff, in the foothills of the Rockies, probably wlU be the location of the new Dominion $400,000 tuberculosis sanitarium, according to Premier Stewart. The sanitarium will accommodate 300 patients, soldiers to be Petrograd, Russia, January 10th.- According to a dispatch from Berliir by way of Amsterdam today the question of the evacuation of occupied territories and the political conditions under which (hey should exercise their right of self-determination were farther discussed at the session of tho peace conference held at Brest-Li t-ovsk on Thursday afternoon. Foreign Minster Kuehlmimn in opening the mcct'ng says the dispatch regretted that, "despite the convincing reason brought forward by us there ' was no inclination on the other side to accept our point of view." lie declared it was neccRsiyy to mainta'n a number of disciplined troops in the territories occupied to preserve order and keep the economic machinery of the j country in motion. The central pow-1 era, however, would give a hind ng1 promise that these forces would not indulge in political activities or exert political pressure. \ Foreign Minister Trotzky, for the Rusa'ans, ins'stod upon absolute clar- Soft, Clear, Smooth Skin Comet With Tho Uto Of "FRUITA-TIVES". f^n^nnffT08,-, ?h� eatixn*ted C�,?! i Ity on the queBLtou of evacuation. Tho is $400,000 of which the province aaa j * organized troops in the undertaken to pay $ZOo,000. - > > CHEAPER FLOUR To Ottawa, Jan. 18.-The Closed and heated cars for city And co ntry trips. Hospital calls i specialty. stald, alexanda hotel oay and night service Up/ *> one-third cheaper. I* o> v * ? > ? i food i new nearly T 'ruit-a-tives" for one week, the rash is completely gone. I am deeply thankfuITor the relief and in the future, I will not bo without "Fruit-a-tivcs". NOKAH WATSON. fiOc. A box,-6 for $2.50, trial size, 26o. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of Drico by Fruit-h-tives Limited, Ottawa. Additional Classified Ads. COAL FOR SALE By Carload Only DOWSLEY'LAND AGENCY' PHONE 1809 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Ottawa, Jan. 19.-Speaking at. a Canadian club luncheon at the Chateau Laurfer today, Sir Cecil Spring-Hire, former British ambassador at Washington, who Ik now on his way home to England, told how an intense desire for peace, which he found on his arrival in the Vnlted States five years ago, had been turned into a united determination to support the allies in the great war. There was only one reason for thi* tremendous .Iransfor-jmatlon, said the fonner British ambassador, and that reason was Germany. He well remebered the memorable night when President Wilson rose In the United States congress and recited word by word, deed by deed, the history of Germany's crimes. The ! president had concluded his-now fam-! ous speech by saying that there was one thing that the united States would, never do, and that was submit to such* atrocities., The moment had come for the great nation to the south of us to act. The die was cast and the United States entered the war. The luncheon, which was largely attended *by members of the cabinet fend other prominent men, was presided over by Chief Justice Duff, president of the Ottawa Canadian club. In introducing the guest, Chief Justice Duft referred to the long and trying period which he had just passed through at Washington. Farmed in Alberta In opening his address, Sir Cecil Spring-Rice referred to the fact that thirty years ago he spent some time on a farm in Alberta. At that time he had operated a gang plow. wkich we have issued to enable tkose enjoy delicious, fragrant coffee, to olVa^s have it. There are ttffo essentials to the perfect cup of coffee- Ac right coffee and the right way to make it TKis t*K>Uet t.lii ko* to h*v* bcUu Mailed fr�� if you *?rit* CHASE & SAMBORKf - MONTREAL &lemJ�r� and Reuten of "S�l Bund" Ceffte M". it defied *he critics and won their most favorable reviews. Jt bewildered the audience and left them proclaiming it the most remarkable farce ever staged. It was heralded as the greatest novelty of the theatre and readily accepted as such wherever it appeared. On the screen of Starland theatre Monday and Tuesday this famous theatrical hit will disclose not only the unusual mystery, humor and thrills displayed by the original play hut also the inimitable George M. Cohan himself, plus the wide scope of the cinema which was denied its stage presentation. MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGHT Wesley T. Flyni Phone 1750 LIGHT AND HEAVY HOUSE MOVING COAL, C O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 1 1* f Enoines REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 21ft First Ave. S. Phone 1732 NIVEN BROS. tit First Ave. ft. Phone 173* DRAYING Phonw 1345 or \v* Turner Witchell Office nedy'a 410 Coal C.O.D. LANDS . Of the Hudson's Bay Company and Calgarf and Ed m on toe Last Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES I he H. Macbeth Agency WANTED-Stoorn coming three years old, in ;;ood feeding cond tion. Apply The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Noble-ford. 29-0 WAXTF-IV-Will take an active partner In barber shop and cigar stanch Reason, other business. Ed. Kennedy, care of Lethbridge Hotel. 22-0 WANTED-To buy good stea5T plowing outfit with contract of thousand acres spring plowing. Can use Av-ery Under-mounted Engine. Address Box 28, Herald.j______33--6 WANTi-JD^Listings. We have" buyers for a few well improved quarters and halves near Lethbridge. Let us have your listings if you wish to sell. R. V. Gibbons & Co., Balmoral Block. i Phone ___29"~6 WXNTOD-The Advertiser wouId~buy an interest in a genuine good paying business and also give his services. = | He has had large experience In office work, correspondence and salesmanship. He can furnish the best references and would expect references in return. Apply Box 23, Herald. 28-6 WANTED::f^u1lems~T6 learn Gas Tractors and automobiles. We give you the practical experience on tractor motors, automobiles, electric starters, magnetos, carburetters, etc. Our school is one of the largest of its kind in Western Canada, and equipped with steam heat and hot and cold water. You arc invited to call and inspect our school. Calgary Automobile and Gas Tractor School, Fourth avenue and Third street east, City Market. House phone W1367. 29-6 - V Le Devoir Montreal, Jan. 19,-The Libre Parole of Paris inform^ us that the Prus-s ans of Europe, actuated by the war sp rit of their interests have loosened the bond, of the Poles in Silesia. COL Toronto, Jan. 19.-The case of Colonel Macklem, of now international ___fame, has become more involved than The 1 ever, and today, provincial Secretary AGENTS WANTED Montreal Gazette this morninsr tells us that by virtue of an edict of the Ontario government, French Canadians desiring to settle :'n Ontario must sign an affidavit, in which they engaged to obey the*regu!ation number 17 -which has been the cause of so much trouble in the French iiiatricts of the province. The dispatch adds that for default on this declaration settlers w:U lose without compensation all their rights and money paid on account for laud Quebec Chronicle Quebec, Jan. 19.-The Quebec Chronicle, in a leading article under the capton, "English minority rights," which appears today, quotes from an art�'cle of "Le Manitoba," a weekly published in St. Boniface, Man., in which the French western paper practically tells the French Canadans of Quebec to mind their own business in the racial disputes from which French ailnorities in the other provinces are the principal sufferers. The Chronicle i adds: "It now seems time for us, as an English minority, to similarly assert our rights and to demand the self-con-st'tuted champions of empire in Ontario that we have some small right to be heard in these matters. ''We make bold to say that we are not less protestant, but more Christian, than the Orange Sentinel; that we are not less loyal, but more British, than the Toronto News. h News:Telegram Calgary, Jan. 18.-The News-Telegram says: "We wajut no secession TuWey_of the Great War Veterans* As soeiation, received from Dominion Secretary Kn'ght the following exerpt from a telegram to the minister of militia and defence from Gen. Sir William Robertson, London, England: "1 have never at any time had any communication, verbal or written with Macklem or with any person on, his behalf, nether do I know anything concerning this individual.'* AT THE MAJESTIC The Maude Henderson Repertoire company will open their engagement at the Majestic theatre next Monday with George Broadhurat tremendously successful play "The Lure of Wealth." THE BRAT IS GOOD Delightfully winsome Rea Martin in the title role of "The Brat," last night gave what may truly he characterized as one of the finest impersonations of any character, ever seen upon the local stage. After having seen her portrayal of the pathetic little bit of flotsam cast up from the depths of despair, one no longer wonders why she is hailed as a star in the. theatrical firmament. In company with "Steve" the wayward chap in the play, so ably played by Arthur La Rue, one just wanted to hug her too when it was all over. Bert L. Robertson as the novelist, one of the most dominating characters in the play, gave a splendid performance, Leonore Gnito, Dorothy Baldwin, Edna Holland, and Vivian Suckling all in characteristic roles give excellent support, and the two "different" characters, those of "The Bishop" and the "Butler" played by Edwin Burke and Arthur Pacie-Rfpple respectively add a still further enjoyable CREAMY LOTION MADE WITH LEMONS Prepare a quarter pint at about the cost of a email jar of common cold cream. ARTILLERY ACTIVE Paris, Jan. 19.-"Duririg the night," says today's war office report, "the artillery was rather, active in the Champagne, in the region of Auberive and on the right bank of the Meuse north of Bezonvaux. Nothing of importance occurred elsewhere'. EVE LYN NE AGENTS--Marvelous discovery, enormous demand; wash clothes white !taik ln Canada at this time. The chief "Redemption," with Evelyif Nesbit and her son Russell Thaw, considered by many one. of the most, remarkable photoplays yet screened, and fresh from a highly successful career on Broadway, New York, where it was a profound sensation, winning instantly with the overwhelming coherency of its story, and the thrill and tense interest of its narrative, comes to the Empress Monday. without rubbing; wash'-day a delight; no Juss, no muss, one hundred per cent profit; send ten cents for canvassing samples. Garretson, Brant-ford, Ont. - Ad R thought of the Canadian people, be they French or English-speaking, should at this time be to maintain our Canadian confederation unbroken for Julio Sandoval had carried his heavy burden of beautiful young womanhood into the fastness of the mountains. | Through marsh and^wamp, waist deep in mud and ice-cold' water, he bad the great fight that must be made^borne her over a trackless waste where Dr. A.T.Spankie p. M.D., C. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. jind 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence PUono M2077 Interne and Hoabo Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Nuso and Throat Hospital, New York City. 1911-1914. 4 Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 D R A YING Of All k\u given that on the twenty-eighth day of January, 191S. at the hour of 2 p.m. at the schoolhou.se,- . Coalhurst, there will be offered for;* sale by public auction for arrears of: ? taxes and costs in accordance with the!*> terms of the School Assessment Ordiu- !> ance the barn, owned by Mrs. Wm. i ? AIcNahb and situated on liots 3 and 4, Block n, llridgpud Sub-division. W. O.'MAKSH, Treasurer CoYlhurst S.D. No. 2394 ? Date of first inserticif, Jan. 1918, Ad V  ? ? London, Jan. 19.-The Bol-sheviki authorities in Petrograd received a reply yesterday from the Rumanian government de-hying the allegations contained in the Bolshevik! note to Rumania, according to an Ex-change Telegraph despatch from Petrograd under Friday's date. Premier Lenirfe, adds the despatch, considered the reply unsatisfactory. He sent copies of it to Foreign Minister Trotzky and Ensign Krylenko, the army commander. ? ? ? ?      AT THEORPHpTJBt\ "Tn Slumberland," a Triangle-Kiddie picture starring^ little Thelma Salter, which will be presented at the Orphe-um theatre tonight is said to have the rriost amazing and'intricate setting effects ever photographed for the screen. The play depicts the adventures of little Thelma and her playmate, Geor- j gie Stone, as they journey through the \ mysterious land of Nod, where dance the elves' and fairies through great woods of majestic splendor. Also the Great Secret and a comedy. m AT STARLAND Mrs'. Vernon Castle in "Sylvia of the Secret Service," a splendid Pathe photoplay, brim full of action and tense situations, will be the feature at Starland for the last times tonightj In addition to wearing ifeome of the most wonderful creations in gowns, Mrs. Castle,gives a splendid Interpretation of a most difficult role. Wild freaks of actionV Weird tangling ^of circumstances! Sudden and dynamic charges of humor! These elements, and considerable more, make George M. Cohan's new Artcraft picture, .VSev.en efceys to Buldpate," tho most novel film of the year. When it was produced on the stage by George MAJESTIC Tonight at 8.30 Last Performance Here THE BRAT WITH REA MARTIN And Distinguished Cast PRICES:..... $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c touch to the play. All told "The Brat' is really one of the very bent plays ever seen in Lethbridge, and if laat night's audience is any criterion, the Majestic will be jammed tonight. IOC AND 15 C TONIGHT LAST TIME Dainty Ruth Clifford Supported ty Monroe Salisbury, in a Rupert Julian Bluebird de luxe ii THE SAVAGE Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran In Comedy and Screen Magazine. t9 WIETHE SOMETHING NEW COMMENCING NEXT MON. J AN. 21 J. C. PARENT OFFERS \ MAUDE HENDERSON REPERTOIRE COMPANY OPENING PLAY MONDAY NIGHT The Powerful Four Act Comedy-Drama � "The Lure Wealth" By GEO. BROADHURST Vaudeville Specialties Between Acts PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES 75c, 50c, 25c TONIGHT 10c-15c THELMA SALTER in it SLUMBERLAND tf s A Triangle. Also Good Comedy and Universal Weekly. MONDAY AND TUESDAY ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT GEO. M. COHAN LAST TIMES TONIGHT MRS. VERNON CASTLE IN Sylvia of the Secret Service'' IN "Seven Keys to Baldpate" T A Plcturization of His Sensational Stage Success. 14 ;