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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 21, i�is THli LlilHBRlDGE DAILY.1 HERALD PAGE FIVE Leedyj Baker, Shepard and i Tr6go, U.F.A. Vice-Pres'ts ^Resolution Labor Bureaus Quebec, Jan. 24.-The Prancoeur motion wan today" In the legislature withdrawn by ite sponsor. J. N. Francoeur'sald: "I do not want to bring about the rupture of the confederation pact. The motion did nfot contemplate this extreme result. But tf the campaign of vilification goes on, and especially if carried on by the federal government, the inevitable conclusion will be the separation of Quebec. This is ad mittod by even the Protestant English of Ontario." Small Pill Small Dote Small Price Carters WTTLE IVER PILLS. FOR CONSTIPATION hive stood the test of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, tieadache, indigestion 'and to clear up a bad complexion. Genuine bears aUtnaiure PALE FACES Generally Indicate a lack of Iron la tbe Blood 1 Carter's Iron Fills Wfll help tbto condition BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY � ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS* ) We know our .way around~the country as well aa you know1 the way from your office to your home. Try us. m PHONE 1206 a: g. spence's AUT LIVERY PHONE 1142 24 Hc%*T7 Service 1 Train Calls Promptly Attended STAND AT MOTOR SALES, LTD. 3C-13* BOB3 AUTO LIVERY / Closed and heated cars for. city itnd oo ;ntry trips. Hospital oalls [� specialty. STALD, ALEXANDA HOTEL DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE f PULLEY'S' AUTO LIVERY Phone 1S40 (Special t#� th� HernM) Calgary, Jan. 24.-If the sentiment of the U. F. A. convention expressed |*by prolonged applause, Is carried out In the balloting under proportional representation for vice-presidents now under way, ex- Cod Liver and Beef Peptones, Iron " and Manganese Peptonstea, Iron and Ammonium Citrate, Line and 8o4a Glycerophosphates, Catcarin. Any woman who buys a bottle of Vinol for a weak, run-down, nervous condition and finds after giving it a fair trial it did not help her. will have her money returned. You see, there it no guest work about* Vinol. Its formula proves there h nothing like it for all weak, run-down, overworked, nervout men and women and for feeble old people and delicate children* Try it once and be convinced. J. D. HlfjtNBOTHAM & CO*, LTD. Druggists, Lethbrfdge. Also at the best druggists In all Alberta towns. NUXATED IRON 00 increases strength of delicate nervous;-* rundown people 100 j per cent in ten days in many instances, i $100 forfeit if it fails as ..per' full explanation In large article soon to appear in I this paper. Ask your doctor or druggist about it. , always carry it in stock. 100 FORFEIT JfCHOR GOOD SERVICE REASONABLE RATI FULL INFORMATION MOM ANT U.S. OR S.S. AGENT. H> I. LI DM AH, SEN, AO'T WlonlMft, 44S Me'tt 8t. Phone M. 5312 Vancouver, 470 Granville - St., Sey.JtW a MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGH Wesley T. Fl Phone 1750 The eterahs AUTO LIVERY CONDUCTED BY X E. GOBELLE mom 1858 Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, mu\ fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock \at present oversize pistons for air popular The Riotously Funny Comedy Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 21* 1st Ave. S. frhone 1732 of a sky rocket, and pointed to Mr. Leody, .shouted " No, no, you leave Leedy alone." President Wood then said I hat S. S. Sears of 'NantrJn had withdrawn his name. "Yes, that's a good move," ejaculated .Mr. Weir. Mid considerable confusion Mr. Leedy arose again. ' "It was my intention to withdraw my name," lie said, corroborating President Wood, "but in the face of a, protest like this, I consider .1 am � good enough soldier that if you draft me, I'll servo." Great applause greeted tin's statement and the marking of the ballots was then begun. The speeches by all the other candidates wore very brief, practically all of thorn confining themselves to the statement that tt elected they "yould serve the organization to the very beat of their ability and consider the interests of the TJ. F. A. alone. Ovation for Trego First Vice-President Trego, up for re-election, received an ovation when he appeared as the laat candidate un the list. He remarked that most of the candidates had overlooked the ruling of the convention yesterday t that the candidates should stale the principal source pf their income. "I got mine," he said, "from selling wheat . and oats and a few*bcai\s in previous years I kept a few hogs for boarders, but when J found they didn't pay I cut thorn out. Since we have been urged by the food controller to raise them a3 the allies need bacon, I am going to keep them again." Mr. Trego remarked that this convention had conducted its business along more fiane lines than any other that had been held. Ho had heardreport, he said, that some members were to knife him because he was out to crucify them. He denied that he had any such intentions, and declared that all his actions and work had been solely inspired by a desire for the good of the organization. % The conclusion of his remarks was greeted with loud applause. E. J. Fream of Calgary was named chairman of the election committee, and after the ballots were collected the committee retired to make the count while the convention proceeded with the carrying of a number of other resolutions and hearing some other speakers. ' The New Officers At 2 o'clock this afternoon the result of the balloting for vice-presl-dents-of the U. F. A. was announced as follows,: H. BAKER of Ponoka, formerly'3rd vice-president, elected 1st vice-president. W. D. TREGO of Gleichen, formerly 1st vice-president, elected 2nd vice-president. J. W. LEEDY of Whitecourt, third vice-president. RICE 8HEPARD of Edmonton, 4th vice-president. School Tax Rate The only resolution over which there was any considerable controversy was one submitted by the board of .directors, reading as follows: "Whereas, e sung by Rev. Father McCaff �ry. Interment will take place In Si Patrick's cemetery. TO BE AT CONFERENCE Ottawa, Jan. 23.-Tn connection with the adjourned conference of the labor men with the war committee"of the cabinet, which takes place here on Jan. 29, .it has been decided to send invi-J tatlons to labor representatives in the maritime provinces as well as to Ontario and Quebec. - Rfgg and Puttee Will Go Winnipeg, Jan. 21--R. A. Rigg and A. W. Puttee have been invited by the Dominion government to attend ! the conference of representatives of [ labor with the war committee of the ' Dominion government to be held at Ottawa next Tuesday, Jan. 29, to consider certain questions of national moment. They have accepted the invitation. 1 v Calgary Man Also Calgary, Jan. 24.-Alex. Ross, M. L. A., of Calgary, one of the. prominent labor men of Western 'Canada, has B;BO been asked to take part in the conference and will leave for �the east in a day or two. THREF KILLED Philadelphia, Jan. 24.-Three men were killed and fifteen in- ^ Jurc'd under a falling wall, when fire swept a large public school in the outskirts of the city early today AT THE ORPHEUM Miss Juliette Day, remembered with pleasure by innumerable theater goers who witnessed her clever work in "Bverywoman," "Yellow Jacket," and "Chin Chin," has been provided by American-Mutual with a first class medium of her motion picture debut in "The Rainbow Girl," a five act drama at the Orpheum tonight. __t_ AT THE EMPRESS A transcontinental play Is "An Old-Fashioned Young Man," the Triangle picture starring Robert Harron, which will be presented at the Empress tonight for the last time. f ' AT STARLAND Imagine a slender, graceful and well bred Japanese count struggling with the intricacies of American cooking; later studying the "most reverend typewriter"; making his debut as a writer of "newspaperly talk"; or acting as a clever amateur detective with his friend from "headiy quarters." These are only a few of the amusing and interesting incidents in the career of "Hashimura Togo" who is portrayed by the celebrated Japanese actor, ' Sessue Hayakawa. Don't fail to see j the play at Starland tonight. Los Angeles, centre though it ds of photoplay production and pretty well hardened to the sight of persons play-] ing before the camera- was greatly amused not long ago at a kttle procession which went down one of the streets at the busiest hour of the day. The procession made up^f just-kids, armed with wooden guns, dressed in improvised * uniforms and headed by a little girl in a khaki uniform and with a* real sword. Behind her marched a tiny colored boy, hardly out of pickaninny stage, carrying an enormous trombone on which he yras expending a prodigious amount of ( breath. The little girl was Baby Marie j Osborne, the famous Pathe star, and a scene was being taken for her newest picture "A Little Patriot," which as its name implies is decidedly apropos at the .present time. This picture | is said to be the best of the, many ' good Baby Marie Osborne pictures, and it will be shown at Starland Friday and Saturday, AT THE MAJESTIC At the Majestic theatre next Monday, Jan. 28, Albert Brown wlil begin an engagement of two nights, the firs\ of which will be devoted to "The White Feather" the British war office secret service drama by Lechtnere Worrall and J. E. Harold Terry. This is the play which under the title of "The Man Who Stayed at Home" has been running for more than three years in England and which Mr. Brown has presented in Canada for fourteen months. Tlie play has been styled a melodramatic comedy and is said ;o. contain numerous thrills and almost endless laughter. Its story deals with '1 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Baby Marie Osborne IN "THE LITTLE PATRIOT" LAST TIMES TONIGHT SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN "Hashimura Togo5 "WE NEVER SLEEP," Comedy. V ONE DAY ONLY majestic theatre NEXT SATURDAY, JAN. 26, MATV AND NIGHT PRirpC. Niflht ..................... ------- $1.00, 75c, 50c 1 niviiU. Matinee.............................. 75c and 50c Children 26c. Seats Now 8eltlng. a mirthful TUNEFUL C A r?T O O N o/V*! THE VIM LIAV-" 5EA5ON5 fc BEST SONG SHOW A BIG HAPPY SNAPPY MUSICAL C0MEDV r?'**' l A GREAT BIC CIRLSHOWvW^ ..SlNGJNG SUPH WISC3 DANCtNC DIVINITIES MAJESTIC THEATRE NIGHTS BEGINNING � + 4 * j i t i � 4 � I j I * . I ��n*T.I + |JP+.b � *'- fr 4 4 i * + * J �� 1 � �v�.*.ViV>.*A*i?? RETURN ENGAGEMENT V Albert Wi h the Fingers! Says Corns Lift Out Without Any Paw LANDS Of t|te Hudson's Day Company and Calgary and Sdmonton Laat Col / ' CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES 1 he H. Macbeth Agency N.S. Sydney, N. 8., Jan. 24.-Unless the union government through Its labor department, endeavors to hove the Nova Scotia steal and coal company pay the coal cut-ten, londera and shooters in tfyr Jubilee" pit, at the former rate of $4.70 per day, all miner* in Nova Scotia will take a few holidays after January 31, eald Jamea B. McLaughlin, secretary of the Amalgamated Mine Worker* of Nova Scotia today. Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns or any kind of a corn can shortly be lifted right out with the fingers If you? will apply directly upon the corn a few drops of friezone, a ay a a Cincinnati authority. It is claimed that at small coat one can get a quarter of an ounce of frees-one at any drug etore, which is aufflc* lent to rid one's feet of every corn or callus without pain or soreness -or the danger of infection, Thitf' new drug is an ether compound, and whitt sticky, dries the moment it is applied anc does not inflame or even irritate .the surrounding tissue. This announcement win interest many women here, for It U said that the present high-heel footwear is putting corns on \ practlcallr \ every woman's feet.-Advertisement. TONIGHT AT 830 THE MAUDE HENDERSON REPERTOIRE COMPANY IN T he Riotously Funny Comedy "MASTER & MAN" . PRICES: 200 Best Seats at.........75c 400 Good Seats at ,........50c 200 Good Seats at......... 26c MONDAY NIGHT Revival of the Great English War Office Play "THE WHITE FEATHER" 'With Mr. Brown as the English Detective. The role he created. No true Britisher. No loyal Canadian can afford to miss this play. PRICES...... 60c TO $1.50. TUESDAY NIGHT (By Request) Paul Kester's Comedy "THE LOVE OF A KING* The sweetest love story ever staged. The play that made such an-, ex* cellent Impression here a few months ago. SEATS NOW 8ELLING f IflPRf $$ 'An Old-fashioned Young Man ^ ^rf^^^^ Tho boy Wfj0 has been taught to venerate woman in tl t ROBERT HARRON Tonight 10c-25c A Brand New Fox Comedy and Merry MIx-Up. The boy who has been taught to venerate woman in the old-fashioned way. He travels across the continent, fighting slanderous politicians, to deaf the name of a woman-his mother. A drama of thrills; surprises and bright romance. Juliette Day in '' The Rainbow Girl ft -A A five act drama-built on a clean and interesting love story. A picture with an appeal to every member of the family from grand-dad down and ao clean in its theme and In production that grandma can't find fault Also Chapter; 13-"Great Secret." V \ > - ;