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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta riiunsDAY. .TUM-: 27. wnn THE LEiriBRlDClK DAILY IIKRALD PAGE FIVI' SAY IST BE GHANGE IN SYSTEM Wiislilnglon. June 27. -Ooimnii Soc-liillalH lu'unt of fiillod Statt-a Si'rnineiit and rldlcul-(!;� fiilluiir of t)i(,',sii))niaii)i(,'k lo Ufiep Anmrloan soldlors out of France, If.' said: "In our country Unr ruling iiariy Ik nillllnry. Il Is very deslrnblp t.lial, this sllnatioh should bn .iCHrod up; at least I hat Ofineral i^inlendnrff should coinc forward Instead of (lie chancellor and lake the reBponslblllly of powei, "Many times wc have been told that victory is ours. On the firsi of Jan-miry, 1H17. when the submarine war-iiire wiiK begun., llerr Holfl'e.i-ieb assured us that America would not lake any action In llic war. Admiral Von f;apelle marked their entrance Into the war with the effective result which amounts to nothiUK. Xow there are 7n(l,(Klli Americans In France. The tubnmrlnes liavi; not been been able lo Impede Iheni In any way. CONVALESCENT BLUE. Squeeze the juice of two lemons Inln; a boltio containing: (hreo ounces of I orchard whlti>, slmke well, and ymT[ have a ijuarler pint of the best freckle; and tan lotion, and comple:{iou l)oa\iti-j Her,'at very, very small cost. Vour Rrocer has the lemons and any i driiR store or toilet coiniter will sup-! ply three ouitcos of orchard white fori a few cents; Massaice this sweetly frn-1 KraiiL lotion Into the face, neck, arnm' iuul hands each day and see how | fro .> .;. .; .V ? ? i ? FCjUR CANDIDATES Victoria., I). C, June St!.- Four candidates were nominated at noon today for the seat in the provincial legislature loft vacant through the death of Hon. II. ('. IJrewstor, the election for wiiich takes iilace here June 2S. Tho candidatos follow : Liberal, .Major WiUium I.ang-ley; Returned SoldierB, Gioluvi; C'oiisorvalive, l'i;rry; Socialist, John .McDonald. What the Press Agents Say ben I'aiker in hi.-i well-known novel bj ? ? ? : SAMMIES TO ITALY Washington,, June 27.-General Pershing, under instructions from Wastilngton, has selected a regiment of Infantry to be sent immediately to Italy, Secretary Baker announced today. WINNIPEG STRIKE  GTIME ROTARIANS,SUPPORT UNIVERSAL TRAINING  AIR MAIL CIRCUIT. Quebec. June 27.-It is expected that before July 15 a thorough mail circuit between Toronto, Montreal and Quebec will be. made by airplane. j Kansas City, .Itine 27. -A resolution I pledging �'unqualified suiiport of the I principle of .universal obligatory niiH-I tary training for all young men be-I fore the voting age.' 'was ado|)teil unanimously yesterday at the ninth In-i ternational convontion of the Intornat- I -~- ! ional Association of Itotary Clubs. ,., , , ,. ,. , , ' Conditions necessary for a durable I Wi'inippf .lii'ie 2,.---The ( : peace after the war were omlined in I machlnlste strike a.ui the threatened ,,,,,g,^ , . jj,,,,^,,, yuu'Rar. of lial-I strike of metal workers ni Winnipeg j,.. who advocated an inle>resiiienj of the Vi-lagniph Conipaii.i'. and prodiii'er ol "Over tile Tu|i." starring i-;niiiey. wlilcli will be presented Ijy .\1 auager j IJrowii at the � .Majestic tlieiUre (Ui l''riday and .Saturday ibis week. This is a aignificHiii niiiute to the figlitiug liero of llie Soinnie, for Al bert K. Smith is noted as a maker of stars, having inlrodmed lo the screen such iiref?enl-day ceiebriiie.s as I'larie Williams, Harry .\lorey. Anita Stewart, tlie Sidney Drews. Clara Kimball Voung and iniimneralile others. ' In reply (o .Mr. ^mltir.-^ statement, Sergeant Kliipey merely smiled and said. "Tlie treucliea ilo funny things to a man. A puppy dog might go into them and c-onie out a poet 1 don't that name. ' Her former cscreen exi;erlonce alst 1 fli.i her admirably for the role as sin has appeared almost exHuslvoly ii 1 parts of (Ills type. .Among her hes* � ; known-.hereon iiroiliiction.s are "Match ' ill' Jini." "immediate" and 'Thi ! Land of Lizards.', and "Tho C'ourt o I Si. Sim'on." Miss Little in "Tin World for Sale" will appear at Star hind for tho lam time toni.glit. know wiuu acting is. Wlicn 1 go he-t'ore the camera. I forget the director, the camera man and the studio. AT STAflLAM) Little, winsome lierolnt AT THE EMPRESS Soiueliiinir practically unpreccdcul, "il in tiie proiliii'tion of nlotion pic tures occurs in l.iessie ihirrisale's second Paraila Tlay. "Within the Cup.' � wliich 'Will lie the attraction at tlit impress theatre commencing today. In tile entire drama, wliich is seve't reels in h-ngtli. there is but one ex terlor 3crllii�. .All the scenes, will tiie e.-wieotiou of the very tew whicl were taken in this setting, were film* ed inside the vast glass enclOHUre o: the I'araltii studio in Los Angeles California. The one exterior presents a socieiy lawn fete and even this re ijuired a great deal of adornment anri (unhellislimeiit by the art director tc I gain tile almospiiero of an elaborati sociiUy gathering. ill consequence of the fact that there wasHlut on.' e.\ierlor set and be I cause of ihe'Tu.viirioiis ami hiy.hivf scones wliicli the story demanded, the KAISER'S PICTURES The death occurred at his residence. Hrantford, of Uev. IJdward Sottley. who a year ago retired from the pastorale of St, Jamo.s' Church. Grandvlew. He was .'i^ years of age. and was the son of the- Rev. Kdwnj'd and .Mrs, Sottley, of WalUorton. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., 1-L.D., D,C.L, Pres-'dem H, V. F. JONES. AH'tOrn'i. Mim�ser SIR JOHN AIRD. General MwiHW V. C. BROWN, Sup'l of Ceniral Wtitern Branchet Capital Paid Up. $15,000,000 i Reserve Fund.  $ SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS Security, convenience and courtesy ^re assured to all who deposit their savings with this Bank. If it is not convenient for you to visit the Bank person-; ally, you may open your account entirely by mail. >>�v* Lethbrldge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. The Young Man's  Best Recommendation A Savings Account is more than a start towards financial independence-it is a mark of character. One of the strongest recommendations . in the world of business that a young man ' can present, in a Merchants Bank Pass-Book, showing a record of consistent savings. A Savings Account may be opened with Sl.OO, which shows how liighly we regard the accounts of those who desire-to save./ THC MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office t Montreal. OF CANADA LEIHBRIDGB BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD BRANCH. Established 1864. R. J. DINNING, Manager. V. A. EBRRLV, Acting Manaicr. M. A. KILPATRICK, Actih|( Manager. iVIAY SUE CLERGY. Montreal, June 27,-Civil proceedings agalnBt a number of Protestant clergymen who have figured in connection with the troubles over the Guelph Novitiate may be taken, Rev. Father Wm. Power said today, MAI^TIAL LAW. Paris, June 27,-Swiss dispatches .received here today say that owing to the seriousness of the food situation in Austria-Hungary martial law i� expected momentarily to be proclaimed throughout the empire. FOREST FIRES. Calgary, June '27.-The exceedingly dry weather which has prevailed in the forests of British Columbia and Alberta during the past several weeks, accompanied by strong hot winds, has resulted in dozens of forest fires. DRAWING PROGRESSES. Waihington, June 27. - The drawing of numbers,to determine the order in which the youths of the classes of 1918 will be called Into military service were conducted here today with much the ame ceremony which marked ' the great drawing of a year ago. __I NO Move YET. Ottawa, June 27.-Pending the re^rn of the prime minister and hit colleagues from overseas, it Is said here no decision will ue made by the govcrninent in regard to Canadian Northern admi-nlatratlon. MH IS. GRIER Tlie news hn.^ been received in the cily of 'lhe,(lo:iili of Mrs. Oavid Gi'ier. which took pliice yer.terday af-lernoon at, Kci;liosl.::r, Minn. .Mrs. I Grter had been in iUhealth tor some � time, toilowinK an njieiaiion here and '; did not recover from the second op-1 j evatlon which toolt place at. Roches-1 ' ter, after hffvlfljg Ijeen there, for three j weeks taking treatinent. 'i -Mrs, Grlor was' ah old-timer in .\\-bprla, having lived for a good many i yearfl In Jlucleod as well as a long I tlmo in Lethbrldge, She leaves a family of ten children in the city: Catherine. Kvolyn. Harold, Howard, Mary, Jean, Norah, Lilian, Hdllh and nonald. ,Mr. Giier died more than a year ago. The body will be interred at .Mrs. Grler's old home In the .States. Rome, June 27.-During a celebration today of tjie Italian suc--cess on the Piave, � crowd rushed to Capitoline Hill and burst into the Caffarelli Palace which before the war was the seat of the German embassy and which is still German property. All portraits of the German emperor were torn down and the Italian flag was hoisted over the building. U. S. CONTRACTS FOR WINNIPEG PLANTS Winnipeg, June 27.-It is stated that three Winnipeg munition plants are accept contracts from the United States for the turning out of 80,000 three-inch shells each. TRIAL OF V.ALVEY BAKERS PROTEST Montreal, June 27.-A group.-of French bakers held a meeting today and protested against the latest regulation of the Canada Food Board, requiring them to use ten per cent of wheat substitutes in theia bread. FERNI[ CHURCHES WILL UNITE NOW Formal Proposal Laid Before Two Congregations-Will Likely Be Adopted. SER40US CHARGE Washington, June 27.- Frank Godsol, a French citizen held here on charges of the French government that he profited to the extent of several millions of dollars on motor truck contracts, was held today by the district court of extradition to France^ SUFFRAGE FIGHT Washington, June 27.- Women suffragists and antl-suffragists lined up In the senate today for the climax of the many years' fight for the submission of a woman suffrage constitutional amendment to the statutes. It was thought that the vote would be very close. (Spucliil t*. Presbyterian committee, met tho joint boards of tho local chtnches, the I'esult being an agreomunt to lake steps for the iiffllialion of Iho two churches under the provisional plan Hdop(;ed by the j joint action of the offic^lals of tho i two organizaLlons, 11 only _romalns i to ptTl the arrangement into proper ! form to be presented to tho two congregations tor approval or rejection. No doubt Is e.xpreased ae to the adoption by the two bodies of the ( proposition as �<)utlinod, and in such I case the consumatlon of the, project will be accomplished within a tew weeks. V The rngistration of tho people of Pernle, as provided (or by the registration rBgulations took place last week, Saturday demonstrating that nearly all the people required to register, had taken advantage of onrly action so that not more than fifty people registered on tho day. Tho total registration In town was about twenty eight dred, � AT STAiiLA.N'D. I'MMDAY AKU yATUKDAY. Paris, June -27.-The French senate, sitting as a high court, will begin July 15 the trial of Louis Maivy, former minister of the interior, on the charge of high treason. This was decided upon at an unofficial meeting of tthe senators today. ,t.,�,.�-t..�,.�Ma,�,a.,,..^,f. LISTEN TO THIS! SAYS CORNS LIFT --RIGHT OUT NOW �if'NN-^rld",- ""^r^ " p'""" "[ I 1"-^'n'-e^itatod ' the co ^ ^^t p!Xrrwi;i.r iu^"'beo,r --'^ty -t m for the screen by ,1. .Stnarl Ulackton, j !._' '""""S''-  makes an ideal Fleda Ornsc as she is the exact type described liy Hir Uil-i ALL ABOARD FOR ^ NIAGARA FALLS! Why Spend Money to Go East to See the Great Falls When You Can Have Them Brought to Lethbridie. SEE Constance Talmadge IN "THE HONEYMOON" HERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ALSO "TOTO" IN "HIS BUSY DAY" TOMORROW AND SATURDAY MATINEE EMPRESS TONIGHT PARALTA PLAYS, INCORPOR- � ATED, PRESENTS BESSIE BARRISCALE ' IN ii Within the Cup" By Monte M. Kattcrjohn You reckless men and -women who are pestered with corns and who have al least once a week invltcHl an awful death from lockjaw or blood poison are now told by a Cincinnati authority to use a drug called freezone, which'tlie I moment, a few drops are applied to any ' corn, the soreness Is relieved and soon the eptire corn, root and all, lifts out with tho fingers, R is a sticky other compound which dries tho moment II Is applied and Sjimply shrivels ihe corn without Inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. It is claimed that a quarter of nn ounce of freozono will cost'very Utile at any of the drug stores, but Is sufficient to rid one's feel of every hard or soft corn or callus. You aro further warned that cutting at a corn is a suicidal habit,-Advert, GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY MAJESTIC TWO SMASHING BIG NIGHTS GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY last the hiin- FIRST HAIL STORM Edmonton, June 27,-The first hail storm of tho season in the territory covered hy tho Alberta Hall Insurance boBrd'ls reported from Canmer munl-olpallty.j. southeast |- of Coronation,, where tlieiW was a heavy storm over a slUitU area Wadnosduy inorulnK. Phone 1619 P,0. Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. Henderson, Reid and , Paterson Room 6, Dominion Building 612 Fourth Avenue 8. FRL-SAT., June 28-29 (THIS WEEK) SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY  ALBERT E, SMITH PRESENTS THE SUPREME SENSATION OF THE DECADE ^ 'OVER THE TOP VITAGRAPH'S STUPENDOUS PrtOTOPLAY OF %MPEY'S WONDERFUL BOOK WITH 8BRGT. ARTHUR GUY EMPEY HIMSELF, SUPPORTED BY A SUPERB CAST GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY Special Summer Prices Nights, all seats . .......50c Saturday Matinee, all seats 25c Children^ any performance 10c GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY VICTOR MOORE IN "BALVAD8 AND BOLOGNA* LAST TIMES, TONIGHT PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT "THE WORLD FOR SALE" BY SIR GILBERT PARKER-PICTURIZED BY / J. STUART BLACKTON 08880? ;