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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "I 1Y Lontlon, ifaui 39,i-^A largo nuiiiber ol tnachlnea famd'ovdr the conat fn ro-liiyB In UVft I'lJiil last nlKhl, l�iit appar-ontiy, ortli',,thr6^' or' four aueeeeaed In selling tliMiiilv lllft-barroBo Un^ drop-plii)! exploistvoii hnd Incendiary bombH Into llm town; 1'l\a KiinHro losted lii-tcrmfttontli''tlirQUgli tlio hours anil tor two hours of that time was almosj. con-tlnuoiiSi- '% . I Tlie British ilUors wore nioro active than ov^r lioforcj Imvine gained In ox-perlonco Id liiglit wing. Boplde� the 0otl)a brought ddwn by Brlttsh'scoutq over Ug8�s, bn() wAs pursued over l.ondon by thb'spbuting forces and.th* iiutid of machirio gunB.ln thaalrwos plainly hoard frbm the stroets. The nlehj w"dS .rine of absolute cloar-iiesH. There wds' il full moon and no cloudB or, wind. . ,. . ' jHouseof Lords Hit The tub^S nnd buildings-of strong , coii8lriictl,on,\vbro crowded during the raid atid the.aiVdienCoB asflembled nt most of the theatres row the perf6rm-nncos through. The, house of lords was hit wHon the raidierii first appeared �ihd it ooutlnued its deliberationh until nVldtilght.', The house of coui-MionS'had;adjourned it few nioinonts before the' warning whs received. Motor bUBSOB, which had no.lack of i^nes-ongers, ran all.over town during the lutorvals wlje^iVthe gunfire was not ]iea\^', ^ ' , ^, � ~~ V 'AQAIN ADJOURNED WANTS THtM.'TO* �� - . - RBLINQltlSH tONTKOL Wasblngton, J�n, 29.T-The Boitaiu Intor-Btato ' - oammorco cdmtnitteQ by � vote ot 7 to 8 today-decided t^hmend the administration raivwar bill to ,provido that tho governmoitt Hhail retlnciuiati control over . the ruili'oadg within one year ' � �� J>IU8l{ogoe, Oltla., Jan,-29.-^86von persons are dead, two ptlierB are eit-pocted to die and nearly a score are ill as a result ot an ogg-nogg party Sunday at Francis, Oltla., nt which denatured alcohol was UBodby mi�itake> according to word reaching here today'  .- J .: Calgary,.Jan; 20.-v-The Hennett-Bail- oy Jibel case waa adjourned until Wed- _____.......________ nosiiay. Judge Walsh professed d^a-|!^Ghnlrman Chamberiain HBld today, autisfactlon with Baileys pica dt-jUH-1 lidwever that,the wnrftablnot hllJ will AVashington, Jan. ao.--Although Impressed with Secretary Baiter's disclosures of the magnitudd of artny opera-ttohs,|the sepate comhiytee intends to pur&uB its demands for centralization ofT.waV. antliority through a war cabinet hiid/;n munltionB director. KAISER SPEAKS OF LOYAL IRK OFTHEPEOPLE I-ondon, Jan. 29.-^Empcror William In A^tclegram responding to birthday congratuIatlonB from President Kaem-pto of tho reichstag says: "Ileceive my warmest HianlVV|)y: a.Corn l� So Painful and SaVi Cutting Makes Them Grow. Press an electric button and you form a contact witli a live wire whiOh rings the bell. When your shbes press uRniust jjour corn it pushes its sharpi roots dtJwn upon 11 sonsitive nerve and you get a sho'tk of pain. inst'oad-bt trimming your coriis, whldli- merely makes them grow, JuBtvBtop iiito any drug store'and asl(:.-.fpr a quarter ot nn ounce ot fre�BOnc. This will cost vor>' Httlo butrVlB, attttlcicnt' to remove evety; har4 {or ;^oft corn or cullUs from ond'a yfeet. A . few drops appilcjl directly upon' a tender, nchiitg corn. Btp'ps tiie 'soreness instantly, and-'soon tiic "born shrivels up so It lifts right, but, root and all, without'pain.'jThls drug never inflames or eVen irritates the surrounding; tissue or skln.-rAdvt. be re-8ubniltt^d to the committee tor Uiioliier vote Tiefore being reported lo th? senate. He said tills course would be.t/akon because he did not wish it to appear.tlvit a majority of the comniit-;tee'favoring the war reorganization ,we.re trying to "railroad" their, leglaia-tlon througli.-although the bill was or-dored repoftejlciit a previous meeting from wiilcli, ifbwever, several senators biiposingithe'biil wore absent. -Petrograd, Jan. 29.-M. Joffe, ot the Ruaaian paaoe commiasion/at' Breit-Litovsk liaa aent a requait to Count Cxarnin, the Auatro-Hun-garian foreign minister, tliat he be given permitalon to, go to Vienna to confer with repreaentativea of the Austrian people regarding peace. ' CLOSE THEATRES Washington, - Jan. 29.-Instructions bltawa, .Tan. 29.^Teleerams are still were sonttoiit today by tho railroad showering on the government in pro-.admlnlstrailon ,to local railroad auth- teat on the rumored order to cloa.e all orltioB to prepare-to tight, floods expected later this week it thawing weather develops, i, . : ;-v streams are out of their banks lii Wes^ Virginia and Kentucky and with' temperatures.rising today railroad ad-inlnisti-atloit officiole feared a wpid extension of the melting area. Sudw covers'the whole eastern part of the couhtry to an average dbpth of 0 inches. ' I ; .' Qfflciats said they would not lift the'embargo on eastern lines today, but Vould'consider removing restrictions gradually in.a day or two. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LANDS ike British Canadian Trust Co. ^ , eXECUTOR, administrator; ASaiONEE, etc. , head office. 316 fifth street 8. lethbridge, alberta theatres and moving picture shows tor three days a week. The rumor has apparently spread over the whole Dof minion. How It arose, officials are completely at a loss to uhderstiind,' While the whole question of fuel con-; sarvation is under consideration, there has been no announcement of the gov^' ernment's intention to (close d6iyi| amusement places and no such deci-v sion as that Indicated has been receiv-, ed. Protests received up to the prdsr ent aumbensoverai hundred. /� WANTS Quebec, Jan. 29.-M. A. LemieuXilCf C, pleading today before the general' appeals court in connection with the' Military Service Act requested tlii^ the special military medical board iW, riiadd up of two French-Canadian .^nil; two Kngllsh-spoaking doctors. T^oi central medical,board is composed oi Rtajor Garrick of Hamilton, Ont,;;aHi-.> Jor Burns, an American; and Oapt^Jaj TaBBo, a Ij-ronch-Canadlan. [ f. Mr. Leinieux said Toronto would iio^V stand for a board made up of a uiu-;^, Jority of Prehch-spe^klng doctors. � WEDNES1>AY GROCERY SPECIALS Kollogg't Bite Flakes. Reaular 15c pkt. OCp Wednaarfiy, 3 for ..................... GenuineiFraneli Qrecn Beans. Regular 25c. OC^ Wcdneaday, 2 tor ........... ......... 00%. PInMt (1 lb. tins) Black Pepper. Regular 60c J A Wednesday; ........................... Van Camp'a Spaghetti. Regular 20c, ' CAi* Wedntadpy, 3 tor ..................... itv\. Aunt Jomlrnaa Pancake Flour. Regular 25c. Jftg, WednsBday............................ ''Vl. "Cirtoons" Custard Powder. Regular 15c. Wednesday, 2 for..................... 10 lb'. Bags Wheatlets. Regular 8Bc. Wednesday ...............----........ Van Camps Assorted Soups, Regular 20t. Wednesday, 3 for ..................... Gem Uye. RcfluLir 15c. Wednesday, 2 for................... Evaporated Apricots. Regutar 35c lb. Wednesday, lb....................... 25c 75c 50c 25c 30c Dsliverie* Hdur Phone 313 , fFroni Our 0�'li ample accommodations provided (or BO large a gathering of people, >'The program .iras''in Uie bands of Bishop Frank Lcavilt and there was not a dull moniont during the day. Many of the musical numbers wore really of high merits and were im-menaely enjoyed iiy the audience. Among these umub^rs were the following: "Aloha Oe,'" a beautiful Haw-altan Boug, sung by Miss Ireta Cahoon aud.her hi-otiier Albert, also the same song sung Miss Joaophine Leavltt and her brother Rulon of Glenwood; "Ireland," a solo by Mrs. OHvo (Jlenn: two quartettes by the Leavltt Bros.; FranKi William, Kdward and EM win; eaveral songs by AiisB Cohoboy, of the LiliaVltt Public School Staff which were, given by retiuest.-"Other numbers worthy of special notice Wore a recitatlon,"Savlng Food with iHnnna,' by Jack Matkln; also,, *f;[n8tructions Kiom: the Rear," by Oqlden Leavltt, lioth of these young hoys ot 8 or 9 years, Pres. Wood also addressed the people present and gave aoine T�ry timely advice on tlie way ip live happily even,though troublous times are. on us. 1 , largo number of boaiillful llowprn. Qeo, 11, Johnstbuo Is luwlng houorw showered thickly npon liini. This week he is' gazetted a notary imlilio, (tnd in addition has recolvml tho ap-polntmimt of secretary-irciisnnn' of tlie village council, Thp latter dniles lie will take ovor on [l)niary 1st, and will htive his offlco in tlio cmincil chambers, where he will bo caKlly uo cessiblc to the ratepayers or with any-ono having business in connection with the town. The trustees of the Miirdeti c:ons(il!-dated school Utstrlcl liuvn ungageil the seryicos ot Jllss A, C. Laderoilto as teacher of the intermedialB gvailea. (From the ISntorprisei, At tile annual mneting of the congregation ot f'eutral I'nion church, held In the church on Wednesday night, unanimous approval ot tho onion scheme was, expressed. Rosplii-tlohH passed,by tho UapliHt.'t>eara his mother reqalreB his ser-ylQ^''Ou the farm, and op condition tlvat;4he remains and i works on tho fHfUil-'the tribunal (R.- H.' noliertoii) granted the exomiitlon; , -MKB^D. Smith liaaleased the farm Bpnih ot town ot Mr. J-.....� , ;y>vv:-:"".'' A .regular maoilng - of the Town Cofii^OU waa held in the'-co^ncll cham-lierHpn Friday, Januaryiifith. ''tA)ipUcaf.louH for the- .'tioaltiou of luifieBBor were received vraB given to It. U.'Roberton.. f-^nrtUo matter ot Itoldttig a tax sale th�:iaaoretary now submitted' a list of lotkff^r.which the town held title, and 4vi�ed that ho wag ;la posltlnn to j|We {Ififormatton relative to lots (or ^ toll the town may acquire tltje. i wan then moved that,the town of fl'i^aU^d hold a tax.aale at an early llitieiaa posHible, and that the con-leittMi'the mlnlBtor ot,munlotpaliUo& l^^_,PhUined tor same. r, *( (F^om the �Tinie�)howiv at the'SmnroBB Theatre today and tomorrow, continuous froni 2 p.m. to U Pi m-ino'stopR. ' , .AT, STARLAND . During, the earljr part of his stage career,' Mr,.'Bebah devoted likmself almoBt'ontlrely to comedy and his entrance Into the more serious form of dramatic att. came about through one of the.-Utile-circumstances that so often ohauge a man's whole lite, Uo had hearfl m recitation in vorse of a little'Italian child called "Ilosa.ir The ?lmple little Htory appealed so to Mr. Bebnh that one night at a large beefsteak'dihner >ln Chicago, he found himBolf .tblling it hi dialect. It was his first bit of serious acting, and the hit It mado caused him to iucludo. it in^'his repqflolre. Later he wroto a sketch around tho ;ld0B and called It AT THE MA.1ESTIC 'to the ntiuosl pleosino of � last night's audlcncn at the Jlajestic Theatre. Aibort Brown revived his popular snc(!e,'i,s "The White Peatber," 'niid scored'n most tlecUicd lilt, IdUe old wine, tho play apiiarcntly improves with ago, U certainly brought hack lileasant nicniorie.s of a season or two ago. when Mr. Browii first visllod llm West with "The; White Feather" na his only vehicle, . , . , Tonight Mr, Hr.own WUl lie seen ,iu I'aul I'Cestor's deligUttul play ''Tho Love of 11 King," The complete scenic production, together with the magnifl-conf costumes, will add the necensary touch to Mr, Brown's' artistic .'por-tormance, A really spiondid company 1,1 supporting liim, "All seats are on sale at the hox otHce, � Chunnccy Olcott's' grhutest success '"The isle O' Drearoa" which is rooming to Lethbridge with a big company featuring JuIIuh, Veiie, tlio young nc-tor-singor and a cast ot well-known players, la not a motion picture, it does not depend upon thrilling .scenes, vicious vninplres, sex sllnatlons. big lights, I MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8.30 ALBERT BROWN Canada's iMoit DiatinauiBhad YounB Actor^ln . ^ "THELQVEOFA) KING". By PAUL KEq^TEft PRICES ... $1.80, $1.00; 76c, 60c' Also "AN INTERf^iATlONAL SNEAK" Two-Reel Paramount-Sennett Comedy-j and " : "CANADA SPREADS HER WINQi't- Ford-Canadian .Monthly Sho-wlng , The Royal Flyirta Corps in. Action. TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING Next FRIDAY, t FEBRUARY....: A SPECIAL MATINEE SAT'OAY THE UNITED PRODUCING CO. ' . (I'rodiicors of "The Brat") PRESENT AN � ;{' i'^cw/m:ey^oicoTis '> Oreolesfteucce&s ' R ii PRICES ' � $1.50, $1.00,^ 75c, SOel SEATS ON SALE WEONM',ICTUBEa|l^ 7?117583 04439786 14 2991 ;