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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 41 1 THimSDAY. JANUARY 151. VM THE LETSBMOGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Hun Strikes Rapidly Spread Amsterdam, Jan. 111.1-(British' Admiralty per Wireless ' .Press)-The' strike has been extended in districts near Berlin, especially in begel, Al-durshof, Spnndau and Muriondori', where 800,000 men have quit work. A similar number of workmen are on slrlke in the remainder of the empire. Clergymen vainly exhorted the strikers 'a\ Hamburg yesterday to continue their work, the Cologne Gagetto snys. The workers proceoded lo the trades unionB headquarters and adopted ;i resolution* "Opposing the *pan-Ger-mini Fatherland party and demanding immediate peace without annexations or ,iindemnities, hotter labor conditions and improvement of the food supply. m A deputation waited on the general in command of the district 'ana'said the strikers would resort to vlolerice. Out -Evidence of VINOL MADE THIS NURSE STRONG Nothing Like it for Rundown and Nervous People Von Ormy, Texts-"X suffered from a general run-down condition-- Rnaemia, loss of appetite and cough. *o I was unfit for my work. I tried different medicines without help, and through my druggist learned of Vinol. I took it; my appetite increased, my cough disappeared, I gained in weight ind I am now well and strong, so I tan conscientiously endorse Vinol."- Viola Salada, It N.. Van Ormy, Tex. We guarantee Vinol to build up run-down, anaemic folks or return Jrour money. We take all the risk. J. D. H1GINBOTHAM & CO, LTD, Druggists, Lethbrldgei Also at the best druggists In a!) Alberta towns. Shipyard Man Amsterdam, .Jan, 31. the extent-of the strike in Hamburg is found in the Cologne Gazette, which says that almost all the shipyardh laborers of- that city have quit work. After the men in the Vulcan yards walked oet the othern struck yesterday, declaring their solidarity with the Vulcan workers. Serious Situation Washington, Jan. 111.-Advices to the state department, today from lieu-Irai countries say Germany's economical and political problems are growing in seriousness, information secured% by the department indicates the reports that have come out of Germany in the past week do not present the entire situation us Micro is a growing protest, of the Socialist and more radical groups against the military. Telegraphic communication between Sweden and Helslngfors, Finland, was restored yesterday, according to 'advices to the state department. Another report to the department was that the members of the Finnish senate* had left Helsingfors. 300,00 on Strike. s Washington, Jan. 31.-Official dispatches today from Sweden, dated yesterday and based on Berlin newspaper reports, estimated the number of strikers then in Berlin at 125,000, but said the Socialists insisted the number was 300.000. \ ------ TO FARMERS 10 NCREASE CR Lansdowne Comes Round FRIDAY GR0C SPECIALS Allies Depend to Great Degree on U. S. For Supply of Foodstuffs Pekln, Jan. til,-Yochow, the strategic key to the upper Yangtse Klang has been captured by the Southern revolutionists, according to a report from Hankow. It Is believed here that the activity of the revolutionists brought about the southern journey of acting President Feng Kwo Chang and that, he will make an effort to effect a compromise on the basis of reconvening the old parliament, thus avoiding a declaration of war. Feng Kwo Chang is expected to arrive in Nanking today. la Poor Health Price Teeth ft OHN D. ROCKJ2FELLKU would gladly part with a million dollars in exchange for a good stomach. And although Mr, Rockefeller's condition may not arise from had teeth-more likely overwork and worry to preserve his millions-it i& nevertheless a fact that bad teeth are, the common cause of chronic indigestion and dyspepsia. Consider your health first. Preserve it at any cost. If your teeth are decayed or imperfect, have them attended to at once Our moderate charges are based upon a fair profit only for our skill and high grade materials. If fear of a dental operation holds you hack, let us reassure you.- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. � * Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbrid? LET HBRIDGE, ALBERTA ' CALGARY OFFICE-11SA EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK WAD DING TON'S AUCTION ROOMS TENTH STREET SOUTH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1st AT O O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE AN ASSEMBLAGE OF HOUSEHOLD AND EFFECTS INCLUDING: Handsome quarter cut oak dining table, extension,, 5 leaves; quarter cut oak hall bench; pair of quarter cut oak den-chairs, upholstered In solid leather; solid leather lounge; Singer 5-Drawer Sewing Machine in perfect order, complete with attachments; two sections sectional book case in quarter cut oaji with top and base; oak dressers and stand; very fine old dresser In solid walnut with washstaud; "Labrador" refrigerator; mahogany bedroom chair; oak occasional table, clover leaf design; maple occasional table; oak hall tree; Oak Roll Top Desk; "Regal" washing machine, is new; four folding chairs; "Rambler" collapsible baby buggy; three brass trimmed beds, complete-with springs and mattresses; child's C0I4 complete with mattress; brass curtain rode; quantity books; large1 rooking horse; baby bath; lawn mower; carpet 'sweeper; toilet sets; wringing machine; rockers; kitchen chairs and tables; granite ware; kitchen sundries, etc. ON VIEW THURSDAY EVENING, SALE AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT, FRIDAY. TERMS CASH PHONE 770, RESIDENCE 469 WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE Washington, Jan. 31'.-To the farmers of the United States President Wilson today sent a message in which ho called attention to the country's need of their assistance during the coming year in whining the war. The message was sent through the Farmers' Conference being held at the University of Illinois at Mrhana. The president's message In part said: "You will not need to be convinced that it was necessary for us as a free people to take part in this war. It has raised it3 evil hand against us. "You will realize, as I think statesmen on both sides of the water realize, that the culminating crisis of the struggle has come and that the achievements of this war on the one side or the other must determine the issues. It has turned out that the forces that fight for freedom, the freedom of men all over the world as well as our own, j depend upon us in an extraordinary . and unexpected de'gree for sustenance, ', for tfce materials by which men are to 1 live and fight and it would he our glory, when the war is over that we have supplied those materials and supplied them abundantly and It will he all the more glory because in supplying them we have made our supreme effort and sacrifice." The president went ou to tell of what the government had done to assist the farmers In getting seed and said: "The labor prcblem is one of great difficulty and some of the best agencies of the nation are addressing themselves to the task of solving it, %o far as it is possible to solve It. Farmers Jbave not been exempted from the draft. "I hope and believe that the farmers of America will willingly and conspicuously atand by to win this war. The toll, the intelligence, the energy, the foresight, the self-sacrifice and devotion of the farmers of America wJU, I believe, bring to a triumphant con-chin ion this great last war for the emancipation of men Irom the control of arbitrary government and the selfishness of clans legislation London, Jan, 31.-The Marquis of Lansdowne in an address today said that he concurred, entirely with the recent speeches of David Lloyd George, the British prime minister, and President Wilson on peace alms. "I believe all of us are ready to prolong this war, as terrible as It is, until we can get a clean peace," said the leader of the opposition in the House of Lords. Rolls Toilet Paper, Regular. 4 for 25c. Friday, 5 for ..................... Wagner Apples. Regular $2.50 case. Friday, case........................ Finest Pot Barley. Regular 2 lbs, 25c. Friday, 2'/a lbs. for ................. King Beech Raspberry Jam. (4 lb. pails). Regular $1.00. Friday................ Jonathan Apples. Regular 4 lbs. 25c. Friday, 5 lbs. for ................... 25c 2.15 25c 90c 25c Gallon Tins Corn on Cob. Regular $1.00, Friday ................................". Silk Skin Toilet Soap. Regular 30c. Friday, box ........................... Tins Ridge Farm Green Peas. Regular 15c. Friday, 2 for............................ 2I2 lo- tins Ontario Honey (Clover). Regular 75c. Friday............................ Finest Jap Rice. Regular 2 lbs. 25c. Friday, 2|/2 lbs.......................... Deliveries Every Hour Phone 313 FINLAND GOING London, Jan. 31.-Finland is going through a social revolution similar in aimB to the November revolution in Petrograd, says the Petrograd correspondence the Daily News in describing the Finnish situation. The latest advices from Petrograd reported continued fighting and disorders in Finland, * " Three Finnish steamers arrived in Stockholm on Wednesday. One of them reports wild scene;-; and misery among the population in Abo and Vi-borg. Anarchy almost beyond description prevails everywhere according to these accounts. REPEATED AGAIN By special request the greal feature "The-Fall of the Romanoffs." will he repeated at the Empress tonight. So many people expressed a desire to sec this great picture that Manager Han-sou agreed to run it again tonight. There should be. a big turn out. TO SETTLE N. S. Ottawa, Jan. 31.-A satisfactory settlement of the wage dispute between the employees at the Jubilee mine and the company was reached this morning. The trouble was settled by the company undertaking to pay the miners a regular contract rate for each ton of coal mined. It is understood that the question of increasing coal production in Nova Scotia w�l discussed at the conference, and on* of the delegates slated that there was a possibility that a commission would he created to look into the situation down there. Regina, Jan. 31.-Hon. C. A. Dunn-ittgt provincial treasurer, has gone to Ottawa, to take up the duty of organising the greater production campaign for the Dominion government. When Mr. Dunning was in Ottawa last week he was approaches! by fhe minister of ('agriculture, Hon. T. A. Crerar, with this end in view, and gave his consent to take up the work but asked for time to refer the question to Premier Martin b,store giving the final answer On hfs return to Regina, Mr. Dunning ; took up the subject with the prime , minister and the cabinet and they unanimously gave their consent to this scheme. It is positively understood" that Hon. Mr. Dunning will co-! operate with Hon. \V. H. Motherwell and other provincial ministers of agriculture in planning the campaign and arranging for what promises to be very substantial results. It is expected Mr. Dunning will be absent, from With the American Army In France, Jan. 31.-An American position on a certain section of the French front was raided during a heavy fog shortly after daylight this morning. The attack was preceded by a violent artillery barrage. Two Americans were killed and four -wounded. One soldier is missing and is believed to have been captured by the enemy. has appeared at Vancouver and Win -nipeg,' It tells the story or laughing, singing youth on a beautiful isle with everything enchanting. Then sadness, almost ending in tragedy, comes, with at last, happiness for all. Exuuislte in conception, faultlessly presented with a beautiful scenic production and charming Irish ballads specially written for it by Olcott and Ball. It is the most expensive of any of the United Producing company attractions and it is intended primarily for only the larger cities. It will be, without |doubt, the greatest dramatic event ever in our citv. sought, without success. However, when .Mary PIckford decided to comply with- the thousands of requests to � picturlze it. the screen rights were promptly granted and that the result will win far greater fame for both :Mary and the character of Rebecca than ever before achieved is easily apparent. The photoplay, staged under the direction of talented Marshall Neilan, will he seen at Star land to* night und-the balance of the week. I i THREATEN TO QUIT h | Ifldmonton, Jan. 31.-The majority of 1B , , . _ . ithe city foremen threaten to strike if Heftea for about a month, but it mayJR G. Davidson is appointed fire chief be that bis work will assume such jin place of a man >rom the ranks, proportions as to keep him at Ottawa \__:. AT STARLAND Tlie hook of "Rebecca oC Sunnybrook Farm*' was first published October 7th, 1903. Within a few days its popular-| ity was assured and within seven ! years it attained the extraordinary sale I of :i:i7,000 copies, without the ixid of j either illustrations; or sensational ad-I vertising. Since then it has been dra- j matiaed by Charlotte Thompson and | I "Miss Wlggln with great success and many re-issues of the hook have been published. The motion picture rights 1 to this famous subject have often been Ringworm-Scalp Sores If you want speedy help* try t\ D. J). Ik Prescription So easy to ajC. ply, nor. greasy or messy. It washes into the scalp and the relief is instant. Try it today on our guarantee.-J. 1), Higinbofcham & Co., Ltd., druggists.-! Advertisement. * �s>" 1 fof a longer period. Montreal, Jan. 31.-Controller Vil)euching corn stops sorness at once, and soon the corn dries up and lifts right out without pain. ' "* He says freezone is an ether com- TONIGHT POSITIVELY LAST TIME EXTRA CHARLES CHAPLIN In "The Vagabond" There are yet 2000 people in the city, who have not seen the masterpiece of the day- The fall of the Romanoffs For the benefit of these 2000 people this big special will t be shown for fine day more. Tojflaf only. MONDAY NEXT-THE BIG SPECIfL-"THE SLACKER." Shepherd defeated McMillan of Cal-' P�und which dries immediately and jgary in the Burns competition, and i never inflames or even irritates the Patterson of Okotoks in the Calgary Brewing Cup. Aird defeated Smith of Calgary in the Robin Hood. These were the only games they plavetl last night, jhey are now in the eights in these competitions. I � You ~ who tire, easily;, are pile, har-fa rd and worn; nervous o r irritable: who are subject to nts of melancholy 01 the -blues," get your blood examined for Iron . deflcl* #ncy. IVXAV>� mem taken ihree times a af tar will Increase ireur atrei ance 100 per cent In n many cants.-Ft rd in en tn tttn&k _ surrounding tissue or skin. A quarter of an ounce of freezone will cost very little at any drug store, but it sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. Millions) of American women will welcome this announcement since the inauguration of the high heels.-Advt. M31�g� Two Days, Starting ' TOMORROW Friday, Feb. uxam * etosmftf t SS�tMUf �f %thrt� tint NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT IN LETHBRIDGE There-has never been anything in Lethbridge with the INSTANT action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler'-i-ka. ONE SPOONFU U f lusbeB the ENTIRE bowel tract so completely *it relieves ANY CASE sour stomach, gas or con-sttpation and prevents appendicitis. The INSTANT, pleasant action of Ad-ler-i-ka surprises both doctors and patients.-J. D. Higinbotham � Co., Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement. STREET CAR SMASH Winnipeg, Jan. 31.-Miss Annie Stol-er, was killed, one man, whose name has not been disclosed was badly injured and several passengers shaken Jfevarily1 when two street cars crashed tofether on Mountain Avenue, at ScQregor street, this morning. One the carB was upset and Ts lying on its lute.' It is reported that a Bannermau car was turned over, catching the passengers before they could reach safety. The cold weather added, to the difficulties of both the passengers and the men clearing away the wreckage. Ambulances from the hospitals were .rushed to the scene. \ SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY The United Producing* Co., Ltd., (Producers of "Tho Brat") PRESENT TONIGHT-TOMORROW-SAT'DAY ARTCRAM" PICTURES PRESENT TME eWEETEST PLAY EVEP WITTEN CHAUNCEY OLCOTT3 New York, Jan. 31.-The sinking in the Mediterranean of the Argentine steamer Ministro-lrrlendo on January 26, was reported iu a dispatch from Paris today to the correspondent hero of_La Presna, of Buenos Aires. The steamer Ministro Irrlendo left Buenos 4Xv*$ under tfo French, flag. GREATEST 5UCCC55 I [A �OMANTlC Chaance DO nest FCATtJRINCi^tJLIIJ^Vl-l.lQ POSITIVELY THE IDENTICAL SAME CAST AND PRODUCTION WHICH HAS FILLED TREMENDOUSLY SUCCESSFUL ENGAGEMENTS AT TORONTO, WINNIPEG, CALGARY, VANCOUVER 4 AND ALL PRJNCIPAL CANADIAN CITIES. I The Finest Pickford Picture Yet. A sure cure for the 'glooms.* ADMISSION 25c AND 10c PRICES: Niflnt�.......................$1E0'$1-00' 76c' ^ > * Saturday Matinee (all reserved)----$1.00. 76c, toe. 214 .3 I U v r t 43 ;