Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
, SATURDAY, .TANUAIIY 19, 191R THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE OEFENOSPENAtTY CWUSEMPS 1 tndtatmpollB, liid,, Jan, 10.-With tliiQ grbat hall packod with tnlnerg and othefB the dlBauBBion o( tlio Wnalilng-ton Bgreemont continued all.morning and wnarenumed this .a'tternoon. John p. White, formei- presi'dont 6f tho union and now asfltstaht to Fuol Administrator Oarfteld, conKumed an hour I'In defence o( tho mliiera' organisation |n akreelng to the penalty clause. He Iturlod deflanco at thbte who opposed the agreement and charged that tho ffliht against its approval was In real-. Ity a well organlwd attack on hlra. BOULTON'S AUtOUVERY E8TABUSHE0 SIX VEARS We know our iway around.the country ns well as you know the woy from your office to your home. Try us. * PHONE 1206 BOB'S AUrO LIVERY Closed and heaUd care for city tnd co ntry trips. Hospital calls i specialty. BTAI:0, ALEXANDA HOTEL OAV AND NIGHT SERVICE. PULLEYS AUTO LIVERY Phoiie 1540 MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGHT' Wesley T. Fl^nn Phons 1750 ' ^�fl> � >� ^ : ? * � A MAXIMUM AND ? ' MINIMUM SCHEDULE ? Edmonton, .Ian. IS.-A maxi- ? mum and minimum wage sclie- dulo with proper iilassltlcatlon ? In tlie different departments is ? : : ? > : COAL FOR SALE By Carload Only 00W8LEY LAND AGENCY^ PHONE 1809 Additional Classified Ads. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WAKTKD-St-�or3 coming three years old, in good feeding cond tion. Apply Tbe Noble Foundation, Ltd., Noble-, ford. 29-0 WANTED-Will take an active partner in barber shop and cigar stand: NORIJMjWATSON \ W Dx�y!�n Ave., ToMiBto. ; � Nov. lOlh, 1915. , A beaulifuJcomplexion is a handsomt woman's chief^Wry arid the envy of her less fortunate rivals. Yet a soft, crear skin-glowing with health -la only iA4 natural, resiiltofpure Blood. " I was troiibleli' for a considerable time with a vorv unpleasant, disfiguring Rflsh, which cwcrcd my faoc and for >(-hich I used applications and remedies without relief, v^rter using" Fruit-a-tives" for one week^ the rash is completely gone", I am deeply thankful|for the relief arid inthe future, I will not b� witiiout "Fruit-*-tivcs". NOIIAH WATSON. Too. s box, 6 for $2.50, trial she, 2Bo.' At dealers or senKppstpaid on receipt of orico by Fruit-ii-tivfes Limited, Ottawa. U.S.iNTHEWAR sir Cecil Spring-Rice In Ottawa -Once Worked on Farm in Allierta Ottawa, Jan. ID.-Speaking at a Canadian club luncheon at the Chateau Tjaurler today, Sir Cecil Spring-Ulce, former British ambassador at Washington, who is now on his way home to England, told how an Intense desire for peace, which he found on his arrival in the 'United States five years ago, had been turned into a unitejd determination to support the alllos In tho groat war. There was only one reason for thj� tremendous .transformation, said the former 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 famous speech by saying that there was one thing that the United States woulcU 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 cabinetTind other prominent men, was presided over by Chief Justice Duff, president of the Ottawa Canadian club. In introducing the guest. Chief Justice Duff 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. OHWIENTONIHE ^- ^ Si ^ Le Devoir Montreal, Jan.- 19,-The Libre Parole of PariS' Intbrn^s us that the Prus sans of.Europe, actuated by the war spirit of their Interests have loosened the bond, of tbe Poles In Silesia. The Montreal "Gazette this mornihK tell us that by vlrtue-of an edict of the On COL MACKLEM IS I OTT'S AUTO LTVEUy bay Phone 1448. Nioht P.libne 787 LIGHT AND HEAVY RCBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 FIret Ave. S. Phone 173S NIVEN BRO& tIS First Ave. Sl Phene 17SI FARM LANDS ^- ^^^^^ ' Of the Hudaen'e Bay Cempeai> aa4 Calcary aad IdBaoBtoB Laal Co. / CITY AND FARM MORTOAGBS The H. Macbeth Agency Dr.A.T.Spankie :m.d,. cm. ; ' (EYE, EA^, NOSE AND . .THROAT SPECtAtltST. Office roome, 121-122 New P. Burns nullding. Corner 8tb Ave. jma 2nd St, Eaet, Calgary. _ Office Phone M2848 Realdenco Pti�ne M2077 hiterue and Ho.iaa Burveoa Manhattan Eye, Bar. Noeo and Throat HospUul, Now YorkOity. xni-v�u. ��\ � \ Speelallct to Calgary, Selioo) ' � a, Beard -274-2I . AUCTIONEERS Wa wish to announce that Peter LeValley and U.,L Nlchot son havo� consolidated their interests as auottonoera and \vtll conduct iialeB., anywhere In the tirovlnce. The bout of workman-ship and aailataotlon guaranteed or ^0 pay. 'f r,./'C^or'sale dates, phone lOSS of. 806 nural. ; . [-youxr^tor builneee, ' CeVAtUBY AND, NICHOLSON ' i ' Auctlonaere, ......11 > i ' 'i..'.; HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. I Van Horn Bros. 40t 5th St. S. Phone 43S icare of Letlibiidge Hotel,_____ 22-0 | Affidavit. In-which they engaged to 'WANTED-To buy good steam plow-: obey the'regulation number 17'which ins outfit with contract of thousand, has been the catiso of so much trouble iacres spring plowing. Con use A-^ery jn the- French *ii�trlciii-of-, tbe prov-' Under-mounted Engine. Address .Box ince. The dis"jifftish adds that for de- . 28, Heraltl._^^_ 33-6 fault on this declaration settlers w!U WANTl-JiS^Llstlngs. We have buy- lose without compensation all. their rights and money paid on account for land ; Quebec Chronicle ' . Quebec, Jan. 19.-The Quebec Chronicle, in a leading article imder the capton, "English minority rights," " Perfect Coffee- Perfectly) is tKe Title of a Booklet vKicK we have UnieA to eniUe tKose aUo enjoy delidout, fragrant coffee, to alt^a^s Kav* it. TKere are ty9o essentials lo t!ie perfect cup of coffee-UMt.lbl�e�toK�elenderi~ why she is hailed aa a star in tbe: 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 'Hoiiand.i and Vivian Suckling all In characterfstic'rotes give excellent support, and the two "dlffer-ei^t" characters, those ot *'The Bishop" and the "Butler" played by Edwin Burke and Arthur Pacie-Rlpple respectively add a still further enjoyable m m Dainty Ruth Clifforci Supported ty Monroe Salisbury, In S Rupert Julian Blueblr^ de luxe "THE SAVAGE"* Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran in Comedy and Screen Magazine. Phones 1S4S ar l^tas ; Turner & Witchell 3f(lee at Kennedy's 4t� 11th St CoalC.O.D. ATLAS JRANSFfeR BAGGAGE EXPRESS COAL Cfi.O. / ^ PHONE 1717 B. Wigg, Prop. Office: Frank Miles' Shoe Store Fourth Ave. t. 31-G WANT13D-The Advertiser would buy, ^. ^ , . , , 'an interest In a genuine.good paying wh ch appears today, quotes-from an buslriesa and also give bis services . "^We of "Le Manitoba," a week y He has liad large experience ;ln office Published In St Boniface, Man., in work, correspondence and salesman- Jf'*'?,'* French western paper prac-Ehlp. He can furnish the best refV "citUy tells the French Canadans of ences arid would expect references in S.- return. Apply Box 23. Herald. 28-6 i ".'l'*^ disputes from which French sfeinorities in the other provinces are the' principal sufferers. The Chronicle English minority, to. similarly assert A CREAMY LOTION , MADE WITH LEMONS Piwpar* a quarter pint at about tho cost of a amall Jar of . / eommen cold croain; ARTILLERY ACTIVE Paris, Jan. 19.-"Duhilg the night," says today's war office report, "the artillery was rather, active in the Champagne, in tho region ot Auberive and on the' right bank of theXMeuse north of Bezonvaux.'Notliing ot Importance occurred elsewhere". WANTED-rSiudents, to learn Gasl 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 are invited to call and Inspect our school. Calgary Automobile and Qas Tractor School, Fourth avenue dnd Third street east. City Maifket. House phone W1367. 29-6 adds: "It now seems tlme^for us, as an AGENTS WANTED AGENTS--Mai'velous discovery, enormous demand; wash clothes white Without rubbing; wash'-day a delight; noxfuss, no muss, one hundred per cent profit; send ten cents for canvassing samples. Oarretson. Brant-ford, Ont. - Ad R EVELYN n COMING 1 DRAYING Of All K^liidii WcstcrnTransferCo. frfflM-C. P. R. Frotaht Shed* , , PHONES Offlee ........... 11M Stablsa>>..........ies� OXY-AC�TYtENE WELDING REPRESENTATIVE WANTISD^To report on building -and engineering work in Lpthbrldge. This Is a good side lino.for anyone with faoll ties for getting news. Commission paid for each report. Wo supply forma and postage. Apply, stating quallflon'ilonB, to MacLoan ^aily Reports, Ltd., 3i5 Adelaide St., West, Toronto/Out; 83-2 our^rlghts and to demand the self-con-stHuted champions of empire in Ontario that we have soma 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, tbaiiithe Toronto.,Ne^Srs. I' News-Teieflram . Calgary, Jan. 18:-The News-Tele-grnm says: "We waj^t. no secession talk In Canada at Ibis time.. The chief thoiyght^ot the danadlari people, be they. French or-'.'English-speaking, should at this tlrt'ehe to maintain our Canadian confederation unbroken for I the great fight that must be madevj i when-this war is crver. For that struggle the Canadian peo|>l^e will need a i united Canada. . � , NOTICK 'to electric consumers Jan. 19th, 1017.-The Citfrent will be shut oft- tomorrow, Sunday morning, Irom S to 10 a. m-, for thepurpoaeof-cbanglng over lino, otb. Thoso having motbrs irun-ning should shut them oft and put them on again when current, comes on, otherwise the fuses are :llkel^o '\ih blown. � 1 j ^...... vM.PHBBMAN. ^ V OoiuDiisaloRer. 33-1 NOTICE Notlcji is berob> given that on the twenty-eighth day ot January, 1918,' at the hou;- of 2/p.m. at the gchoolhouse/ CoBlhurst, there will be-offered for salo by, public auction for arrears of ) taxes and costaln'accordance'with the tenns of the School Assessment-'Ordln-iince the-barn-owned byvlVlrB.. >Vm, McNabb and situated on Lotfif 3; ai\il 4i'*Block 5, Bridgend SubrdlVlBtpht' w. c^-- - ' Treasurer Coifil Date'of'firat luaertloif, mf( RULES FOR "Redemptlon,".^wlth Bvelyif^ Nesblt and her son Russell Thaw, considered by many. one. of the most remarkable , photoplays yet screened, and___--r,,______________ fresh from a highly aucceaeful career' coiTt one usually pays lor aamalljak" on Broadway; New York, where it was of ordinary cold crean^. Beiaure to a profound sensation, winning In- 1 strath the Vmon Juice, ao no pulp gets When this home-made lemon lotion is gently massaged into the face, neck, hands and arms dally, the skin naturally should become soft,', clear and white, and tbe coihplexion dainty and attractive. t What girl or woman hasn't heard' of lemon juice to rjamove- complexion blemishes; to bloach the skin, and to bring out tbe roses, the freahnen and the hidden beauty? But lemon Juice alone is acid, therefore Irritating, and should be mixed with orchard white, this way. Strain thi-ough a fine cloth the Juice of two fresh leniona Into aj bottle containing about, three ounces [ of orchard whltis, then sJtake well and > you haya a whole qiiarteir pint of skin and coinplexlen lotion, at about - the stantly.wlth the overwhelming coherency of its story, and the thrill and tiense Interest of Its. narrative, comes to the Empress Monday.' Julio Sandoval bad carried bis heavy burden of beautiful young, womanh ooil into the fastness of tlie mountains.')! Through marsh andipwamp, waist deep' in mud and ice-cold' water, he bad .Ottawa, Jan. ISl^^An order-lh-coun-cii &aB been passed modifying the or-d'r published shortly before Christmas relative to the importation of al-coholio liquor into'Canada. 'i;he new order provides that It the-Uquor purchased U actually shipped or on tbe way on January 31,;k may be i^celv-edatter that data;'f/fThe''minister of customs must be^ given'' satisfactory proof tliat the#urohaBea were ordered . before Decmpbor 24iKBnd actually shipped before TanuaryrsiVi borne her oy^r a trackless waste where only a halt-breed or full savage could travel; afoot even unencumbered. Reaching hls^ cabin"that scraped the aky." and laying the girl's tnsenalble form upon bis blanket covered couch -something snapped, like the breaking of a ateel wire in his brain. ExUaus-tlon, utter and complete, enveloped, him wltli the swiltnesa of a.violent^1 blow. Over-taxed nature had come toi the rescue of tbe helpless girl and then came the denouement-a . surprising outcome'^of aii intenaely Vital story, "The Savage," to be dfaplayed at the Empress tpnlght., , ; satisfactory, i He aettt^'coples of '.iVHo/iPOrolgn llflnt^jer Trotzky ^' ^nfl/tenslgji KrylenHo,s the army ? * AT THE O^FHpIJM'^' "In Slumberland," a TrianglVKlddte picture starring; tittle - Tbelms Salter, which will be.y|>resented at ttfe Orpho-um theatre tonlghli is said to have the n^ost amazing andvintricate. Betting effects ever photographed for tl� screen. The play depicts the adventures of little Thelma and her playmate, Oeor-^ gie Stone, asithey Journey through the mysterious land of Nod;,where danqe the elyes and. tairiesj through great woods of majestic splendor. ' Also the Groat Secret and:a comedy. AT STARLAND Mr^Vorhon Castle''In "Sylvia of the Secret Sfervice,".^* splendid^ Rathe ptvotoplay, brim full of actions; and tense situations, will be the feature at Starland (or the last times tonight^ In aildltion to wearing Aome of tl(q^ 'mo8t\ wonderful creations In gowns, Mrs. Caatle/KlVea a splendid Interpretation; ofa-'most difficult role; Wild fre^b of action K Weird Ung-ling ;o(:, ctroumatanceB t Juddcm ^ and dynamic^ charges. ol'humorl'-.Tb'ese etor ments,' and 'considerable more, *make Oeorg" M.-Cohan'p new'