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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta th^ lethBridge daily herald, page five Amslei'tiftiu, Jiln. ,!ll.V-(BrltlBli' Atl-jnlrnlty jief Wlrolosn ' rrdBs)--The ntHko has been: extended in districts near Dorllit, ^ditadally In lieeot, M-7e take all the risk. J. d. HldlNBOT.HAM A CO, ltd. brugslsta;' kathbrldgei Atoo at the bMt driisalMs in all Alberta towns, Allies-Depend to Great Degree . on U. S. For Supply of Foodstuffs IMPORTANT POINT Pekin, Jan. 31.-Yochow, the strategic key to the upper Yangtse Klang has been ctiptured by the Southern, revolutionists, according to .a report from Hankow. It is bOlieved iiere that the activity of the reVblutionlsts brought about the southern Journey ot acting President Feng Kwo Chang and that he will make an effort to effect a compromise on the liasls of reconvening the old parliament, thus avoiding a declaration of war. ' Feng Kwo Chang is expected to arrive in Nanking today. Pbor Health Is the Price of Bad Teeth JOHN -,U. ROCKEFEL.L.Eli would gladly part with a million r dollars In exchairge foi' a good B^ioinach. And although Mr, Hockefoiler's condition may hot arisp from bad teeth-more likely^ pvofWork and' worry to proaerYO his. millions-it Is nov-erthwess d fact .that bad teeth �re;tlie'common cause of chroii-16 indigestion and dyspepsia. Consider* your health first. Preserve it' at' npy cost. , If your teeth are decayed or imperfect., have.:thom attended to at once. Our moderate charges are basoil upon a fair profit only tor our Kklll .and high grade materials. It fear of a dental operation holds you'back, let us reassuro> you:- '�; .. . Dentistry At We Practise It Is a Gentle Art^ Iki: j^unen Rkhards and NeUoD OttlBlk:; 4 Doors from UtUndge Hotel, ietJibridKe ' :>^p' v.. LetHBHIBOfe,-AL�EBTA,'rf--- .� CAUGARY 0FFiCe-11�K eiQHTH AVINO,E .E. EbMONTON 0rFICE-:af CHISTALU:0LOCK V iletion Sa)0 Waddington's auction rooms TENTH StftEBT SOUTH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY l�t .-''[I ^ ATTWOO'OWCK'' ' f/' ''' . FRANk WADPjiNGTpN WiLb SELL BY PUfl^lC AUCTI0N/>!8 ABOVE AN ASSIMOLAQE � ' OF HOUSEHOLD ieath�ril6uwer:'Slni(|r^:Mr�War B�Y�||it'Ma�hlr.� In'perfect order.,complete with ttaehmenta: two iii^a^icttonapaeotional book oak arta'sera and stand; , ^waali�t�nd!,""I'�>�wdor" ' oafcXQccaaional 'table, clover lear.iiieaign:,maple: oon bpth sides of the water reaHse, that the culminating crisis of the struggle has come and that the achi^ve-mentfl ot this war on the one side or the other mast determine the issues. It has turned out that the forces that figbt for fre^dofii, the freedom ot mii^ all over'the world as well as our own, depend upon us in nn extraordinary; and unexpected degree for sustenance,' for t|(e materials by which men a.rk to live and fight and 1( would he oUr gloryy when the war is over that we have'supplied those materials and supplied them abundantly and It will ha all the more glory because in supplying them we have made our supreme effort and sacrttice." The president went ou to tell of whatthe governdtent had done to assist the farmers in getting seed and said: "The labor prcblem is one of great difficulty aifd some ot the beat agencies of the nation are addressing themselves to the task of solving It,'eo far as it is possible to solve It. Parnl-era Jbave not been exempted from tlie dmU. ."I hope and beiieveythat the fanners ot Amerloa will willingly and icoa-Bplcuousiy atand by to win this irar. The toll, the intelligence, the energy, the fo^^tght, the selt-aaoritlce and de-; vottoB bt tlio; farniara oC Ainerle� irill, I believe, Jiritg to a triumphant Ctfn-olusion this great last war tor the ediahcipatton of man from the control of arbitrary gnvenimuit and the sel-flskaeM of ciaai lagialatloh." TOSEnLEN.S. wne. CbiiiesRound  L'endoni Jan. 31-The Marquis of Lanadowno In an address today said that ha ' eehcurred, entirely With tha raeant apeeches of David Llayd Oaorge, the British prime mInlaUr, and Praaldent Wilson on fMaaa fiin*. "I balleve all of ua are rMi|y to FKiong this war, aa I torrlbli pa it la, until we can get a , tisan' Naea." Mid the leader of the oMaaltlon in the House of Lorda. FINLAND GOING ^ THROUGH REVOLT AS RUSSIA DID London, Jan. 31.-Finland Is going through; a social revolution similar in al|Bs' to tha November revolution in Ketro{p�d; fairs the Petrograd corres-iwiideiirQt'^the Dfilly News In describing tiierii^nlsli situation. The -Ipiast advicoB from Petrograd reported continued fighting and dls-ordeirs In Finland, * " - Three Finnish steamers arrived in Stockholm On Wednesday. One ot ihfqpi roMita wild scenes and misery aaibiigtse population in Abo and Vi-b^g. Anarchy almost beyond description pravalls everywhere according to these aceouate. FRIDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Roll* Toilet Paper. Regular, 4 for 2Sc. Friday, 5 for..................... Wagner, Apples, Regular $2.50 case. .Friday,' oaae ....................... FIneat Pot Barley. Regular 2 lbs, 26c. Friday, 2Ka lbs, for................... King' Bsaoh Raspberry Jam. (4 lb. palls). Regulai- $i1.00. Friday............... Jenattiah Apples. Regular 4 lbs. 2Sc. Friday, 5 lbs. for .................... 25c 2.15 25c 90c 25c Gallon Tins Corn on Cob. Regular $1.00. 711^ Friday ............"....................' Sllllhat^ Hon. Mr. Ounnlug will co-oparfite,'wlth Hon. W. H. Motherwell aad: other provincial minisWs ot ag-i rlculthre in plaahing the campaign i and arranging for what promises to he ' var/'aubaMntial manlts. It is expect-ed'-Mr: Dunning will be absent from Itog)g�.-for about a month, biit it may ba' IHt bis work '#111 assume such pi^ppdrtlons as to keep liim at Ottawa fjWfva-lflilger period. � ^ f �" .u^m* 11-11 i-i.i '1 i � " imm With the Americart Army In Francs, Jat^...-91.-An American pealtion on a .certain section of the French'front was raided during a heavy fbg ahortly after daylight thla morning. The attacK waa pfeeadetf by a violent artillery .barrage. iTi�fb Amijrioans were killed and four -iwounifed. > One soldier is mlasing and is believed to have been ,cai)tur^d fay the enemy. haH uBpeared at Vancouver a'nd Win-nipcff/ Jt te.lls the story of laughing, singing youth on a beautiful Isle with everything enchanting. Then sadness, almost ending in tragedy, comes,-with at last happiness for nil. Exciulslte In conception, faultlessly- presented witli a beautiful scenic production und charming Irish ballads specially written for it ^ly Olcott ond Ball. It is the most expensive of any of the Un-. Ited Producing company attractions and It is Intended primarily for only the larger cities. H will be, wllhout doubt, tho gi-eateat rtroraatlc event ever in our city. ' . AT STARLAND ^ The book of "Rebecca ot Sunnylirook Farm" was first published October 7th, 1903., W'ithin n few days Its popularity -tvaa assured and within seven years it attained the extroordinary sale of .'537,000 copies, without the aid of either illustrations or sensational advertising. SlncO then It has been dramatized by Charlotte Thompson ond Miss Wlggln with great success and many re-iasues of the book Jiavo been published. The motion picture rights to this famous subject have often been MONTREAL CONTROLIEU: IS AGAIN THREAIENEi) iiklmontab, Jan. 31.-The majority of the city)fi!remen threaten to strike If R. 0. Davidson is appointed fire chief in place of a man from the ranks. V Montreal, Jan. 31.-pCohtrolUr VJlleii-ouv.e, who was attacked a week ago and cut In�the neck by a man lyjag in wait for. him, near his taomei received three ihreatentng latMra since. PHor to the attack he'recalT-' ed a letter.' threatening lAs ilfe.-^/Hd attributed the. threats to his cambal'gn' against-'gambling machines aad 'tiia' i;ed light distrlet. -.?  a ; Ottawa, Jan. :u.-Customs rtceipts tor^^li'o ten mouths of the fiscal year a�dli)g today totalled f 188,562,706, an incmiia of $17,01il,310 bver. the same rlod last y^ar when they amounted tli!MS}>/44B,396. A dacrtaaa Of ^ $2,-|7,kiil is receipts tor the month ot January this year as against January, ltl7,':i� shown by tho monthly cus-tbms statement. liast year, receipts (9,r'J�nup!cy totalled 9ia,�36,3l4, while tlilf.^Vfar' they amounted to |10,SM,- mii- n RINKS STILL tlre.^eaaily;. are pais, hag* gar^ and woraj^^nsrvjus' mtlanchoiy^ or NOTHINQ ELSE LIKE IT . MM LCTHiRl^qE 1 ^1  I . '--' > -V Ttoere'has'never .bean anything ia Leibbridge vyitb the ^NSTANT f^lon of. simple buoktliorq bark, > glyi ' ,etc, aa mixed In Adler-i-ka.'' SPOONFUL tluahea tlia ,|l howel tract so cqniplq^^'y raltovu ANT CASH 'ao^9r atamaoh, gaa teW' attpatton .and pret^^ ^pnaiidtqii The tNSTA>rT, plaaaa^tgo^oiibt.Vl ler-i-ka aurgrUea bottidpotdra gadil tienta,-J. D. Hlglnbotham * O^.Vl�treams," Chaiincey 01-cott^s greatest success, is a play that will live forever. Manager Brown, wlio has shown great enterprise in bringing Julius Velie, the young actor-singer,' an'd a big company tliat Is pro-santmg. It at the Majestic tomoiTow and Saturday ntght and Saturday.matinee, guarantees us the same cast that Laugli When People Stei^On YwFeet Try this ^yburaair then pass it , along to.others. It 'Worka! .... i'.ThaVtwo Lethbridge rinks skipped liy/ghgRlierd and Alrdln the Oulgary '" aiitbl are still winning: Last night jWard defeated McMllbin of Cal-'glVx''in'the, Burns competition, and f^ttoMoil of Okotoke^ in the Calgary %TfiWUg,''Cup. Aird defeated Smith fir Q�g�ry 1" the Robin Hood. These wari'thb^only gamea they played last lilgHf^Thay are now in the eights in tue'sa'ooropetition.'j., ' wpsmash Wiilnlpeg,, Jan. lil.-rMiss Annie Stol-ar, .WcsiUad, one n^an, whose name been discloajMl aa hadly in-1 several pagaangara ahakeh wk�a two .atraat car^ braabV r on Mpuntalu ATeuue, at atreet, thla morhifig, On^ was upsat aad |i .lyliig; ou ai^ortod thai a iaaiiarman car, tiad over, cbt�biag. tiia PMffitv tore they could raaob safaty.'; .Thaiceld weather added, to the dU-' '"' - ii of both the pasaepgars an^ nif clearing away, ttto' Wreokage. in^es trom ,,tl|a - hospitals wbrip j'Vto t^lB sceno,,-^ Ouch r T !>�?.! 1 Thhi kind of rough talk win be >ii,a(|r^ less, here in tawn it peopl'e.^troub)ed with corns will follow the.almple a'dyl& Co., Ltd., druggists.-4 '.Advertisement. TONIGHT V Prices 10(j-^5c BILLie burke In V ''Gloria's V Romance" AND other , GOOD PICTURES'^ ^ TONIGHT W 95 c POSITIVELV LAST TIME . , . EXTRA  CHARLES CHAPLIN In "The Vagabond" ' There are yet 2000 people In the elitfi^ ;who have not.seen the.masterpiece ottha: fdny-^ �' .v c^-'fe The I?;all of tk Roinsiiidffsi^^^ For the benefit of those 2000 people this big i special will-, ba shown for line day more; T�^aiK only. . � MONDAY NEXTAtHE BIG SPECifL-"THE SLACKER." TONlOHTf^rpMORROW-SAT'OAY A;RTdl^A'|�J >('CTgRe8 PRESENT m i/*W,yolt, J�"- 91.-Tb� sinking in l^ha,|>lafiterranean^ot t|ia Argentine aCffiMnl^r MlnlBtro.^rr)e^do�'otf January ||,)fffia.i�ported la^,4l�jp^toii| froi|i i;'gt�amer MAY ' 'mm 11 .it- ^g^/f kford Ploi;.^^- The Uiited Pi^oducinil^Co,, Ltd.^ ,"^l�rbducers of "The Brat;'.f 1' '� "^ fTiSE Ig^gTE^Ti. PlAV EVCP ^mfeN 1 CNAUNCEY OLCOTTIS POSITIVELY THE IDENTICAL SAME CAST AND PRODUCTIONr, . WHICH HAS FlI^jilEof^EMENbbuSLY SUCCESSFUL ENGAoiEl;'{ .....AT'TORQlsi'TO, WINNIPEG, CALQAJIY, VANCOfJvEl^,', , AND >AVU"|�i{|HciVAC eANA0l4N CflTIBS..'! B^m, ment^ PRICES :V1!^#I; (giriraMrW).,H.>'Sm^ 603636?2 20 0?0923 ;