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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1918 THE LETHBRinCt: rrnit^Y HERALD PAGE FIVE BdrnontoD, Jan. IS.-That Alberta ' will expect to' hare its oonatttutlonal right* respoctecl and kept Inviolate, even at, the handfl of the federal gov-i4iment In the giiit ot a cofflmunica-, � lion that haa been sent to Sir Robert Borden by Premier Stewart regarding the isRue and sale ot provincial securities and the issue and sale ot securities under provloclul control. "While, the policy of this Rovern-ment," says Premier Stewart's letter, "Is not to interfere w'th or embarrass the Dom'inion government In connection with any proper measure for the utilization of the nation's resources for war purposes, this province will not w.'lllngty submit to the encroachment of our constitutional rights." 15,000 FOR A tiiBliiAN , 8ABL�'ry, St. Louis, Mo., Jan. il.- A Si^erinu sable, Bli(;hUy larger than a man's hand,' i^Us sold at the International tiir aiiotioii hero today for $260. Twelve thouaand Kolinsky were sold for a total of flMOO and 3B2,-000 mole BkluM brought |106,-000. 'White (ox jielta are scarce. A thousand skina brought 136,000. A Bingle cross fox skin brought 1126. Siberian Hables on sale were heavily furred and Now York firms bouglit liberally. DELICATE GIRLS IN Business or School who have thin or insufficient blood or are physically frail will find scorn EMULSION � rich blood-food and strengthening tonic. It is so helpful for ~ delicate girls it should be a part of thdr regular diet. Icott a Mmif, Tetonto, Out 17-M ' BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY eSTABLISHEO SIX YEARS We know our 'way around the country as well as you know the way from your office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 SIRllERGOUIN STILL IN FAVOR OF El Huns Warn ShipDoomed London, Jan. 21-A dispatch to the Daily Mall from The Hague says It la reperlaii that seme of the passengsra on board the Hot-and-Amerlean Liner Nieuw Amsterdam have received anonymous warnlnga net to aall tor the Un tenia was sunk. DID NOT CHAEGE PlUC ^RKVBNTION ORQAMIZATION. i^ioux Falls; 8. D, .Ian. 23.- A great tire i>revcntlon organisation' was porrectod at a meeting hero yctiterday attended by mayors of all cities in the state, county and state shorltfs, and meinbcrfl of the state council of dofenso at which Ootemor Norbeok presided- The meeting declared for summary puniHhment of persons caught attempting to destroy elevatorH, food depots . or otber properties of tlie state.          i:|sneis. \n}i,\tnil pound �W-4n tlit trmn, SrounJ, eriSn* ireWfer ptreaUton. Hav ya "PERFECT COF. FEE-PERFECnY MADE" > GHASe ASANWM, MbRTREAl MITCHELL LIVERY OAV OR NIOHT Wesley T. Rynn Phone 1750 -I. OTT'8 Day Pheiii 144S, NIcht Phbns 7�7 TheVsterans AliTQtlVERY CONDUCTED by J, B. OOBBLi.E ' PHONEi 1858 Winnipcg, .Tan. 23.-Robert Maglll chairman ot the board ot grain supor-vlBors for Canada, today gives,'lUt '.iie following fltatoraont: "The board of grain supervisors for Canada met this .morning in confer-once with A. E. Wilson, Dominion seed purchasing commissioner on the statement which appeared in lUo press recently on the .illegad coir.er in SHOd oats. Mr. W'lson submitted to the board the following in wrlt'ns: His Statement "Regina, January 22.-In reference to the information supplied to the press by a representative ot the Be-gina Dally Post and appearing in this morning's papers, cs regards the seed oat situation in Canada. I would Ilka to say that; the statcBients made by me are not correctly reported. I met the roporier on the street and had about two minutes casual conversatl-ion with him, He a;1 A  city Ar40 P^lf mortqaqbs \he H; Macbeth Agency I: A,T THE OKFHEUM The Wuck talked ot screen production of "Redemption" with Evelyn Nesbit.and bbr son Russell Thaw, while still In the first flush of a glor. ious conquest ot Broadway, Neiw York, is one of the early attractlgns of special interest headed for this city, having been booked for a limited engagement at the Orpheum theatre tonight only. / AT THE EMPRESS "the FALL OP the ROMANOFF'S" Up from the seething whirlpool of tho submerged Russian people rose a man who strove to tree his native land from a reprobate's grasp. A young priest, a mystic, a friend to all. he was finally driven from Russia, a hunted fugitive. This ; man was Illlodor, the Mad lyionk and with all the other great chatacters connected with the sensational Russian uprising will, b6 shown in the greatest photoplay, ot history, "The Pall of the Romanoff's," which Is the attraction at the Empress theatre on Monday next. With scenes actually photographed in eight of the largest cities of the United States an^ aboard the trnin . that carried the company on the 8,000 , mile trip, the new Triangle-Flno Arts picture, "An Old Fashioned Young-Maa," which Svili bo shown at the Empress theatre todayN la a distinct novelty among recent photoplays. i^lso a two-reel Fox comedy. AT THE MAJESTIC i' Entertainment for every mombor of the family will be found in the newest song, dance, fim and girl show, "Katz-cnjammer KJds," mndo from the famous comic supplement cartoons and' magnificently produced by . Gazzolo, Gatts and Clifford, which will be the attraction at the Majestic for matinee and night next Saturday. There is a big fashion parade of beautiful girls gowned in up-to-the-minute feminine style creations that will surely please mother and daughter; there are Hans TONIGHT AT 8.30 THE MAUDE HENDER-SON REPERTOIRE COMPANY IN THE POWERFUL DRAMA "The Wages of Sin" Prices .......... 25c, 50e, 7Be ^ Tonight Only Prices-10c end 2Sc Qlve It When Feverish, Cress, Bltloiis I For Bad Breath or Sour Stoi^tiieh. Look at the tongue Mother! If coated. It Is a sure sign that your lUtlO one's stomach, liver and bowels nsisd a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act nst-urally, or Is teverlQb, stomach; ipur. breath bad;,has stomach acb^, iprP throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, giye' a tcaspoo^ful of "California Syraii q( Figs," and in a few houra all tlie fou have a well playful child again. , You nee:ln't coax sick chlldron to take this' harmless "fruit laxative"; they love lt^:deliotous'taste, and U kI-ways makes tliem feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a Uo-eont bottle of' "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions for babies, pahy." Refuse any other - kind wIMt contempt.-Advertisemeat. Cslgary, Jan. 23;-^The Calgary Medical Associalon has gone on record as opposed to tho establlshmeut ot a san-ittorlum for the treatment of tuberculosis patients at Ksnanaskis, Albert^, Hnd in a petition passed unanimously by tjiat body on Tuesday evening and submitted to tho board of trade of this olty tor endorsatipn, the medical mer urge that some batter site be choser SEEDOllKCE^ .Begins, Jan. 23.--Mr. P. Auld, ' 4i;puty minlstsri of .agr'culture, Saskatchewan, stated today that ths seed oat situation in this pro\>'nce Is very' ssr'ous as oatc siijtable for ssed are hard to obtain. "There wi|| bs ope million bushels of seed oats needed n districts where siiffiolent ((uantltles wsre not raised^last y�ar. Some farmers'will not be able to obtain good seed oats,' hs said. Curling The ice at the Curling Rinit was in splendid shape last night and the outlook is as good)for tonight, when tho ladies will Iiave two of tho sheets for their ga�ies. The other two sheets will be taken up, one with the flrai game in the Brewery Trophy between J. P. Hamilton and Dr. Leech. W. U >T..r',.,.,., ,,,^ ry r>ivldson will fight It out on the other. ji s.,r.(;i 1 ui.uti  o ..ade at the annual meeting that, games must be played as calied or defaulted; also that at least three men should be on tho slco to qualify a rink playing. Tonight's Qames Two sheets tor ladies' games. J. P. Hamilton va Dr. Looch, (Brewery Trophy). W. L, MclCenzlQ vs R. R. Davidson, (Bljisbn Milling vTrophy). Thursday M. Freeman ' vs K. D. Jobnsop, (Brewery).. S. J. Shepherd vs Dr. Taylor, (Brewery).' �. �: ' Jas. Aird vs Dr. W. H. Marrs, (fclli,-Bon Trdphy). I Tonlflht 10c-25e ' "AnOId-Ymiiiflf Man*^ ROBERT HARRON , Tbe\bo]l who has been taught to yei^erate; woman in the old-fasiiloned way. 116 travels across the continent, fighting slataderoua politicians, to clear the liame of a woman-hisvmother. A. Ol'ama of thrills, siirprlsos and brljsbt romance. ^ Moving with the Speed of the Tivyflntieth Century Limited. . A Brand .Now Fox Comsdy'and Msrry MlK-lJp. Evelyn Nesbit  AND HER SON Russell Thaw -in- ion MAJESTIC THEATRE ^ MONDAY, RETURN OF ALBERT BROWN IN HIS TWO BIQ SUCCESSES ) MONDAY NIGHT The White Feather' With Mr. Brown as the English Detedtive TUESDAY NIGHT , (BY REQUEST) , "The Love of a king" Kester'e Delightful Play Prices .... 50e, 76c, $1.00, $1,80 Seat Sale Opens Thureday Hdmonton, .Tan. S3,-^Adam Naogel, sentenced to hang at LetlJbrldtto on Maircli 22, for the murder of bis wife, (;iiars Naegel Is making a tight for his life, and h% counsel araargulng for a regsrvo case before tl|� appellate dlv-Isloii of supreme cffurt ot Alberta, The appilal Is being biHurd by Hbn. Chief Juittoa. Mr. Justice Stuart, Mr, Jus-^t(A Bsot' 'ttiMM Slnadns. ONE DAY ONLY NEXT SATURDAY, JAN. 26, MAT. AND NIGHT PRIfF.S' Night .... ..... $1.00, 76c> MeV rAlUCO. M^tipee ,............................ 75e pnd Me Children 25c. Seate Now Selling. (IVBR tLCtP" TWsf M|l l>uka Cemady -------,.._|,_,4u-^^,,, Ml ___a-..x-ua- TONIQHT A TOMORROW JESSE L. LASKY PRKBSNTB SESSUE HAYAKAWA In Wallacs Irwin'e Cctabratcd Japansse Schpol ,Bey Stoiy ''.HASHIMURA ?5831558 21 28 542764 988956 ;