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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 DAILY HEPALD PAGE PIVR Of MIES March 3, (by t LJout.'Obn. von Stoln, L'ruaalun minis- of in Ibe'llulcha- tng today Hi at reprisals had iiccn lah- til by tbe Gentian govcrtuiicist against what minister termed the inla- trcaliiicnl of Germans taken nrlsonerK by Ihb, pjilcnlQ alllca. The -overseas agency, (ir.rciiortlnB lllicrallons of tuo tays Ocncnil. -Von niarto a. sen- Mlloial, regarding the trent- jnont or d'crniana taken by Ihc cnlento allies llitil the'war jnltils'toi- WHS frn.iuonlly Interrupted bv (lojmtrcs.whcu lia totd of the coil' (Illiotis of prisoners In France, whore, he situation wau worse. "Un- fnrluhn'lply, IJiluRM there do not grow bolter hut worsoj" Oandral von Klein ;js Quoted as saying. "Tlio oncniy endosvora to oppresu our un- fortunate comrades, both body anil soul. I.tlJertlea wbkh granteil to prisoners In In connection art and Bclcncc arc unknown In VTIUICO. tLercfore ahoUshcd Ibeso liberties In our.prlson cainijs." "Tlie time, of warning which had been fixed al .four ami After cmiuler were lo bo lakeii; puly our 'cncinioa During that tlnie treated our prls ouers dQcently 'while our prisoners In tho bunds of the cnuiuy had to suffor four more weeks-of torture. I askci What the Press Agents Say AT. THE Tlio filial 'oplsode of J'OK of Itio lllilg will' lis shown for Ilio last l'.mt> to- nlglit al Ilio Ori'bcucn. Tills crcatcil a great deal o[ Interest and Hie final chapter win probably attract a Me crowd tolileht. tint (lie lime bo made olioilcr anil Ills Iwlay was granted.'.' "Coimtcrmtasurci >vlll be, Immedi- ately lalten and continued ujiUI no lave received from allM" govern- ncnls lien's dial licsllle measures been aljollnlicd. Thousands of irlsoncrs aro forced Ip wort cloan Lc- lilnrl Hie French front umlci' tlio fire of our cannons. If UJOEO leoplc seek cover asalnst our fire hoy arc forced from shelter ly Kroncli orrtccra. "In Kiiglund things are different. Allbougli the KnEllsh usually deny all ciinrgea of atrocities, 11 must be ac- knowledged llml lu many cnscs iliey havo reason and that In England tlio treatment, of prisoners generally IB bettor. However, this dots not ex- clude tljo employment by the English also ol many prisoners close behind tlic (ronl. Thorefore mea- sures are ueing taken in rejirhial. "We linow further tliat German pri- soners In French iiorls arc mudo lo work Id excess under unfavorable con- ditions tho British. For Ibis rea- son also English prisoners hive Ijsen put In R.Blnillar situation at certain places on tlio front. "Immediately after tlio declaration ol the subniartno warfare brought It lo the knowledge of the llrlllsli gov- ernment that special treatment of our brave submarine ercwB would ho 3n- with similar measures." AT THE RMPIIKSS. l-'ollosvors of Dtucblrtl wlH roricmucr tho Biileiidld ectllnga in :tll of I-', Hcynold'u picturiiB Jii that popular giant reilyvood trcca of California, the placlJ lakes aitJ luouniain HCCIIP.S In tliQ Sierras and Iho oilier natural gran- deurs rccullcil It) "The Secret of Iho "Tlic Girl of Lost Ijafc "The Kncl of the etc. There Mill bo a iJtcasuraufo autlclpatioh for .liosu wlib Jovo pictures or rusgctl out- of-doors In the promise that nnotficr Kynn f. ReynoldB Illuehlrd Is coming to (lie Knijiress tlicatrc tonight 'God's Crucihl'c" will ho Jlie altrac- tlou.. Tor selllugd to heautifr story, Mr. Reynolds took ]kls company to America's most u'ODdcrful beauty- Grand Canyon of Arizona and tliei'o amid unparalleled gran- deurs. AT STARLAND One of the most pleasing and fag- clnatlns pictures that have appeared on the prdgr'Ain at Slarland for IB "Tlic CJov-Mi" which was shown yesterday and will he scon for llic last limes tonight. Victor Moore, who es- lahllElicd o. reputation as the foremost comedian of the screen in the "Cliim- mlo jihitoplayK, is In the loading role, and IB ably Eiipnortcd by Thos. ifetghen, Florence Uaginar, Tom For man, anil a cast of unusual excellence. Thomas Meiglian will make his'de- but an a Laaky star a.L Starland londny (u Ihe L. Lasky proiluc- oii of the thrilling western elory. The Ilclr lo the Hoorah." Co-starred ith him is the IirilJianl young actress King, w.Jio recently scored such success with Theodore Ilonerts in he production of "Anton Ihc 'erriblo." Is a Paramount, nic- ure. long run ID l.ondou was enjoyed Ly.'VA Mlllo Jill of Dio LrJlUanl farce, which Albert appears''hero at the Majestic Monday and Tuesday, March )2 and 13. Today tlic tout of a play's EUCCCSS from a. popular ftlamJijoint both In Ixindoii nr.O New Vork, Is a run of ono hundred nlKlits. Wlicu a jilcce has gono thai far U is recognized tljiit 1L IK a valuable property (or road pur- poses and for revival. I-illlo IJlt of'riufl" which has almost septupled that Hsuro already lias had a success ivlilch wo u 111 havo Ijeen deemed Inerc- rt'blc less ILan a hundred years ago. 1'rcviouB lo no play hail over achieved a'run of. lUO nlgliU tlie .jirucilco "of giving mallnecs hf.vlng 'jiceti eslablislied Jes.4 thnii fifty years aso. Anioiitj tlie stra.'Eljl farcch- or other unemhelllElLcil hy tlio luru of music or pretty chorus filils, the only ones (liat liave Attained a vogue slmllnr to .Ih'nfc -of "A Little Hit ol KlufP' at llic preeenl tlmc'lLavo hec'n "Chnrley's A'unl" and "TJio Prlvalo COUPE OR SEDAN, IS JT7 F.XPERT EXPLAINS THE DIFFERENCES What ta difference between a cuuno .and n coupelct, a lourlug car and a, ealou toudng: far Hero It Is, with other body lypes and dluttnc- offlcjiliy determined rccenily by I ho noincnclaLurc division or the Society of Automobile open t-ar scaling two T tlireo. 11 may Jiavo'iiildliloiMl scata in running Uoards or In real1 or tliroo. It lias a folding lop and full height flo vllh dJgappo.irljjj? jiancls of glass. Intldo oncratcd IncloseJ car BcatliiK or three. A fourlli .eat Is Eoruollinos ad-lfil, Convertible roadster pro- vided with a detachable co'upc ion. THE C.P.B. GIVES YOU TWENTY YEARS TO PAY An area of the most far- tile. land. In Weslern Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms ranging from to fcr farm lands with ample ed lands up to One-tenth down, baTance If you with within twenty years. In certain areas, land far sale without settlement condiUons, In trrjgatlon districts, loan For for farm buildings, etc., up to also "repayable in twenty only 6 ptr cent, Here is .your opportunity to In- crease- your farm holdings by gett- ing adjoining land, or to secure "your friends as neighbors. For lit- erature and particulars apply to Allan Cameron, General Supcrln, lendent -of Lands, Department of Natural Resources, 905 Kirst St. East, Calgary, Alberta. Local Agents WILSON SKEITH "Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1343 J-ethbridge ojicn car aealltiK four or wijro ivltli Direct tnirapco lo HaSoti Touring louring ear with paBsago haLircen front scats, with or wILhouL separate entrance to front Convertible Touring touring car with loj) atid disappearing or removable Klaea Elilo.i. dojied car scaling four more all In one coiujiaitiuent. C'onvertJbJo A salon louring car provided with'a delachabtn ecOan lop. OIJGJI so constructed lltat ILc sides can he removed or slow- ed so as lo leave the apace entirely clear from (he glass front to Ihc bsck. closed car seating fhrco lo flVR Inside, wltli driver's teal outqldCj covered with a roof. BONE DRY BILL PASSED Washington, March of (no ronfcrejico on tile post olllcc appropriation Mil dry" atitcnflirtfnt forWJtJIng U'.IB limont of llciuor Into, prolilllllcii' slates, was voted late today by llib" pcnato without a roll call. 11 was to tiy llic last ulgM now goeJi to llio president for' hla NT! We wish to advise our customers in Southern Alberta of out intention of opening a Branch in Lethbridge at once. A Stock of Maltese Cross Rubber Footwear, Automobile Tires and Mechani- cal Goods are being shipped in as quickly as possible, and we shall shortly be in a position to handle your orders from this point. GUTTA PERCHA RUBBER, Ltd. HEAD OFFICE AND ONT, BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA. INCLUDING CALGAKV. ALBERTA LKTIIBKIDGE 1 TWO CARS OF GOOD Youiig Mares From ;J'to 7 years old for tale. WelQhina from 1200 to 1700 Ibs. broken. Al the Kogcrs1 IVarii LETHBRIDOE Half a- Block from Gormen's Livery Barn Ask for W. J. Dodds' London, Mar. Telegram Co. says ihe Pro- counis-sos, of 27G9 tons gross, which 13cl IJEDII rcQUlallioned by- the Greek royalist govornment to GO lo'America rpr 5000 tons _of grain, for assisIancD of the royalist populatlou v recce, lias been torpedoed anrt sunk jy f German submarine.' Milk Milk supplied from individua cows :thal, have passed th tubercular test by the govern velerinartsru Crehrh WANTED Hieheat prices1 paid For Nfl. Cream and Check Sent for Eac Shipment by Return Mail. Milk--- MILK AND CREAM ;OELJVERED DAILY. DAIRY 7lh St. S. RUSSIAN SUCCESS IN GALICIA __ t Pclrograil, Alar. man forces yesterday slormecl Hie Russian first line Irerfcir In tJic region, of Galicla, says llic onlclal slate- irieiit iHSueil.lO'lay'by the Ria- stan war Inter were ejccled hy counter .all.ick of the Husslan troops. "v v v v v TONIGHT LAST TIME j THE FINAL FINISH OF I "THE-BOSS" FivA Blinn Monday and Tiiesrta 2 NIGHS BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAY5 E. >J T dram'r tyer. offered b) Bluebird. PRICES 50 ,75 RETURN OF Photoflraphed Ir the nature Wond ers of Grand Canyon r'See America First" and .Car- toons; .-Also Cub Comfldies. "THE IIEIK'TO Till: IIOORAII" LAST TIMES TONIGHT VU-1 or Moore in IN HIS NEW HILARIOUS HIT "THE CLOWN" "COL. HEEZALIA.R, WAR :DOG" BRAY COMEDY CARTOON- r' AJESTIC 2 Nights ayicl Sat. Matinee MARCH 0th and 10th PRODUCED, BY.ARRANGEMENT WITH HERSEHET JAY AND ANTHONY ELLIS OF THt CRITERIOiV THEATRE.-.LONDON, ENGLAND MAN IN A FARCE THAT WILL MAKE YOU ROCK WITH FROM ANYTHING YOU HAVE SEEN BROWN IN BEFORE. PRESENTS THE ORIENTAL TURKISH MUSICAL COMEDY PHODUC.TION, WITH'HYATT ASDLENORE. THE MOON" Qewildertng, DTnoling-Song Hits, "22. A Bevy of Delightful Dinging Doljij. A Riot of Color In' Beautiful Coslu'mts. I-'." Msgr.ificBnl Resplendent .Stage A Jingling Jctyful SonQ Show. DANbt-; DAriCE DANCE DANCE SEAT SALE OPENS AT ROY ELECTRIC CO., TUESDAY. Trices: 7oc, Bargain Matinee Sal. IT.WILL MAKE YOU FORGET.' YOUR AND TROUBLES AM) LAUGH FROM START TO 'FINISH.. Kindly Make KcscrvRlinns by Mail :is Early as i'ossi'olc. Sale Opens a.m., Tlmrsilay, March 8tli. ;