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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta A THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918 JHU LKTHBIIIIK1K DAILY If KM ALU PAGE FI\K Mak e Drastic Changes Factory Act, Says Stewart (Special to the TlfcraW) ftdinonton, Mar. 7. - The govorn-merit 1ihh no intenti***** SECRET POLICE TO TIET SLACKERS E. O. Sampson, who lias been manager of the Plumas branch, of the Royal bank for somo time, has been transferred to the South Edmonton branch and has been succeeded by E. C. "Wilson, late of Now York. UCTION Calgary, Mar. 7.-J, M. Carson, registrar for Alberta under- the Military Service Act has decided to establish a secret service branch in connection with his office to assist in the detection of men who are evading the law. PLAZA CABARET PROSPECT OF SETTLEMENT Sydney, Mar. 7.-There is ev- ery promise of an amicable settlement of the dispute between the Scotia miners undone company regarding the increases being asked for, declared J. ('. Watters, president of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, who is now in Cape Breton, investigating labor conditions as a representative of of the government. FIFTH STREET SOUTH \ SATURDAY NEXT, MARCH 9th AT 1:30 PROMPT FRANK WAD DINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE PROPRIETORS WILL SELL BY AUCTION AS ABOVE THE ENTIRE EQUIPMENT OF THE PLAZA CABARET, INCLUDING: 50 good dining chairs; 38 cafe dining tables: 1' very good gas cooking ranges; 1 gas cooking stove; gas heating stove; NATIONAL CASH REGISTER; a quantity of table linen; brass jardinieres; artificial palms; linoleums; coat hangers; good quality curtains and drapes; coffee urn; table silver; cups' and saucers; dishes and crockery; glass vases; tumblers and many other small items ON VIEW SATURDAY MORNING. X TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" To Investors The following selected Farm Lands for Sale. Exceptional close prices for cash sales. Victory or Liberty Bonds taken at par value. All section 11, tp. 10, rge 10, Bow Island. 3 quarters 8, tp. 10, rge. 14. South half 21, tp, 9, rge. 14, South half 29, tp. 8, rge. 14. N.W. and S.E. 33, tp. 8, rge. 14 East Half 11, tp. 3, rge. 17.- Taber district. These lands are ail close C. P. Railway. ALSO, NEAR SKIFF West half 1-6-16, W. 4th, east half 2-6-13. E. C. MOE c-o. Canadian Bartk of Commerce Lethbridge. NEW ISSUE t Offering oj $6,900,000 Five Year 6% Refunding Gold Bond s CITY OF MONTREAL DATED 1st DECEMBER, 1917 DUE 1st DECEMBER, 1922 Interest payable half -yearly-1 st June and December. Principal aitd Interest payable in Gold at the City Treasurer's Office, Montreal, or at the Agency of the Bank of Montreal, New York. Bonds issued in Coupon form in denominations of $100, $500 and $1,0*00. ISSUE PRICE-PAR. A full half year's interest will be paid 1st June, 1918. The bonds therefore give a net yield to the investor of about 6J-%. THE BANK OF MONTREAL, Fiscal Agent of the City of Mont, real, is authorized to offer the above-named bonds,,for public sale on behalf of the City, at par, without accrued interest, payment to be made in full on 8th April, 1916, against delivery of the bonds at any Branch, in Canada, of the BANK OF MONTREAL, or of any bank the applicant may specify, or at the Agency of the BANK OF MONTREAL, New Yorl^ or Chicago. The issue is made to refund a like amount of Montreal Three* Year 5% Notes, the original issue having been made* for public works, in anticipation of a permanent loan. 1 Beginning 25th February, 1918, applications for the bonds will be received by the BANK OF MONTREAL, MONTREAL, or any of its branches, from whom application forms and copies of the prospectus giving full particulars of the issue may be obtained on request. The offering is subject to withdrawal on or before the 18th March, 1918. Applications should be addressed to the BANK OF MONTREAL, MONTREAL and should contain full payment suitable to the required. instructions as to place of delivery and pplicant, and the denominations of bonds The issue is Ottawa. ade with the approval of the Minister of Finance, J I i Tjondon, Mar. 7.-Mr. Uoyd George, f referring to the* (ir�ath of .John Ked-j mom), said the hoiinc was shocked profoundly by the mioxpuctcMl news of the death of one nf t\m oldest, moat respected ^nd eminent members. Mr. Redmond had bcii :i member of the house for thirty wven years and during that period, thr> premier added, he had grown^in the t.steem and admiration and affection of tin* members of all parties. Former Premier Asquith said: "We in this house, even those who differed most acutely ,and deeply from him, agree without reserve or qualification that he was at one.* ;i great parliamon-j tarian and a true nut riot. The house, Ireland. Great Britain, the whole eni-l>Ire,sls impoverished by his death." Sir -Edward Carson said that he had know Mr. Redmond for thirty-five years and he could say with absolute sincerity that during the whole of that time, "I cannot recollect that one bitter* or personal word ever passed- between John Redmond and myself/' During the conference on the Irish question at^Buckingham Palace just before the outbreak of the war. Sir ICdward added, Mr. Redmond said to him: "For the sai;f� of the old days on the Lefnster nreuit let's have a good handshake." FRIDAY GR0CE 10 Niagara Falls Brand Marmalade, 4 lb. pails. Regular 85c. Friday, each .............. lb. tins Kitchen Molasses. Regular $1.10. Friday ................................. C. Onions. Regular 5 lbs. for 25c. Friday, 7 lbs. for............... ...... Gold Soap. Regular 3 for 25c. Friday, 7 for........................... Apex Raspberry and Apple Jam. Regular 75c. Friday ................................* Ridge Farm Green Peas. Regular 15'c per tin. Friday, 2 for ........................... Good Mealy Potatoes. Regular $2.50. Friday, per 100 lbs..................... , C. Sugar. Friday, per 20 lbs. sack ....................... Purity No. 1 White Flour. Friday, per 98 lb. sack .................. Welcome Soap Powder. Regular 25c. Friday. 2 for ........................... 2.25 2.25 6.00 Deliveries heludsoiVs mpem Phone 313 s ALLIES' With the Ameri. ,in Army in Trance, March 7.-An American staff, colonel while with a French raiding party for the purpose of securing information a few days before his men took up their positions in the now American sector on the Lorraine front, met a Prussian lieutenant in an enemy trench and captured him. The colonel with an American captain brought the Prussian officer back to the Hues the Am-ericahs are now occupying. Patrol turns Up , With the American Army in France, March 7.-ATT American patrol comprising one officer and eight men which had been missing since last night in^the sector northwest of Toul, suddenly emerged from a shell hole close to the German lines today and made a dash across without a shot being No Man's'Land fired at the London, March 7.-Regarding the military situation, chancellor Donar Law said in the house: "The Germans have transferred thirty divisions from the Russian front. The allies sfill have a slight superiority in men and guns on the western front but there is a possibility that the appearance of the Austrians there would change this." More troops might be brought from the Russian front, continued the chancellor, that they would be of inferior quality. "This we know," he went on. "that taking into account the whole allied front from the channel to the Adriatic, including the Italian front, the number of men must remain in our favor." The chancellor said that despite the successes of the central powers against Russia, great discontent exists in Turkey. As to the value of the intervention of the United States in the war, it depended, the chancellor pointed out, upon the success of the American transport operations. Referring to the allied forces in the Salonlki area, Mr. Bonar Law intimated that they might now be attacked by the central powers. del." as an heiress in "The Spirit of Romance" and "Little Miss Optimist." and in many of her other plays she wears most elaborate, although girlish frocks. In "The Trouble Ruster," her newest, she wears very ultra-fashionable gowns in the last part of the picture, while in the first part her costume is-well, we will leave you to see for yourself.' Lonesome Luke is t on the same program in one ot the j best two-reel comedies of the season. "Sunshine pictures'* have' come into their own during the past year. With nearly the whole world at war. with lists of our boys in France who have lost their lives being daily printed in the papers everyone feels the need of entertainment which will -taK'# the mind from the stern realities of life and "brighten up the corner where they are." These pictures have brought sunshine into many lives and Miss Hulette is now considered by many to have equals and no superiors in this her cho3en field. The latest and one of the' best of the list is Pathe's "Over the Hill," which will be shown at Starland Friday and Satur-riav. enabled the Mother Country to ieve the otherwise impossible a civ More than ordinary interest attaches to the appearance of Phyllis Neilson-Terry at the Majestic on Saturday, March iGth. "Miss Xeilson-Terry has been conspicuously associated with Shakespearian characters, and her departure from that line of work to enter the field of modern comedy is a matter of interest. Her tremendous success as "Trilby" in the famous play by that name, is some indication of. what, may be expected of this charming young star in a comedy part, which gives full scope to her versatility. The play "Maggie" affords her a most congenial part and she ia aur-rounded by a company of capable players, and the production has been made with every Attention to the details which contribute to a finished performance. i AT THE MAJESTIC To story cipal flush w h c n f HE NAMES Toronto, March 7.-That reporting of the names of persons affected with venereal diseases would defeat the object of such a provision was the opinion of the special committee of the legislature which took up the bill of Hon. I. B. Lucas dealing with the general Question this morning. Dr. R. W. Powell of Ottawa, thought that1 reporting names would reduce cases. iu!)-oduce laughs into a war with wounded men at the prin-characters would seem at first' to be sacriligious, especially those wounded men are our own boys in khaki out on the battle front j totoffer their all in our defence, and yet Hartley Manners has accomplished this feat gracefully in the play "Out There" which comes back to the Majestic theatre Monday, March 11 for a return engagement. And after . wit-| nessing it and laughing with the soldiers one realizes that it is the game 'carry on' spirit that is behind it all and that it is perfectly right and proper and in harmony with the war spirit to laugh at the foibles of the wounded men. Manners has taken a family in a miserable London suburb as hin characters for the framework of his story. The mother is gin-sodden; the break of the war was not enough to | father dead, killed in the Boer war; replace the'losses by marine causes | one girl a gadabout; the son a pugilist 11 NOT ENOUGH TO MEET LOSSES London, March 6.-Sir John R. Kl-' lerraan, controlling owner of several steamship lines, speaking today at a meeting of the chamber of shipping, declared he believed he was right, in saying that the whole output of ship-in this country since the out- LAST TIMES TONIGHT VIVIAN MARTIN THE TROUBLE BUSTER ft SPLENDID PARAMOUNT PIC TURE. DON'T; MISS IT. ALSO LONESOME LUKE ping in 'LOVE, LAUGHS AND LATHER alone, leaving the losses by any action yet to be made up. EVIDENCE OF LOSS OF LIGHTSHIP Roston, Mass., Mar. -A torn and water-soaked American flag and the It was objected to by a member of j rudder of a ship's boat bearing the who refuses to go to fight; the other -girl typifying the national spirit of England, the eager desire to help the men who are at the front, the ^determination to "do her bit."' the visualisation oi the win-the-war :*evvor that has OR PH E UM LAST TIME If I TONIGHT At* the committee that this would reflect unnecessarily on innocent victims. SUSPENDED SENTENCE Winnipeg, Mar. 7. - George Small and Abraham Zmgland, motormen, charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of Annie Stabler, in a street car collision on January ol, were given a suspended sentence of two years by Judge Macdonald in the criminal court today. words "Crossrip" were brought here yesterday and is believed to be evidence of the sinking of the Crossrip lightship which w a & torn from her moorings off Nantucket by ice flues late in January. On board the lightship when she was carried away from her moorings were \ six members of her crew. I CAPE BRETON FIRE Sj*dney Mines. C.B., Mar, 7.-Kira this morning destroyed the McRae block Juid several adjoining buildings and did damage to the amount of $75,-000. Only the work of the firemen pro-vented the whole business section of the town from being burned. The loss is partially covered by insurance. What the Press Agents AT THE ORPHEUM Straight Way,1 a big Alaskan is being shown at the Orpheum The i story. tonight for the last time. A BRAND NEW FEATURE, A BIG ALASKAN STORY- The Straight Way ALSO "GLORIA'S ROMANCE" Chapter 19, AND WILLIAM FARNEV IN 'OFFICER CALL A COP' A Scream Comedy Hit. PREFECT DEAD Rome, Mar. 7.-Cardinal Serafini, prefect of the congregation of the propaganda, is dead. He was created a cardinal in May, 1914, and appointed to the prefecture in March He was born in Home on August !Su3. COURT OF INQUIRY St. John's, Nfld., Mar. 7.-A court of inquiry met yesterday to determine the responsibility for the wreck of the steamer Florizel of the Red Cross line on February 24, when sixty passengers and VI members ol the crew were lost. most elaborate on the immense Triangle Culver reproduction of FINAL AGREEMENT AT THE-.EMPRESS Olive Thomas in the five-act Trian- \ gle Fine Arts Drama, "An Even Break," appears at the Empress tonight. The largest and "set" ever erected glass stages at the City studios is the Minot's Cafe which provides the back-1 ground for much of the action in "An j Even Break," starring Olive Thomas. The "set," which was erected at a cost of $6,000. occupies the entire stage, 100x200 feet, and it was even neces- removc one end ot the stage up the camera on a platform to secure some of the long i T I sary to and set outside vistas. tration's bill for the control of railroads during the war was prepared for final action by congress when the senate and house conferees today reached complete agreement on differences in their respective measures. Washington, Mar. 7.-The adminis AT STARLAND Vivian Martin, the charming Paramount star who will be seen at Star-land tonight in her latest success, the whimsical photoplay "The Trouble Buster.'* is becoming a fashion plate for all the young society misses throughout the country. As a French model in "The \\ ax Mo- More than Soap Lifebuoy Soap perfect soap and perfect antiseptic acting together in perfect unity. Its rich, abundant lather makes it delight to use. LIFEBUOY HEALTH SQAP Protect your health by washing your hands and faoe with it-by bathing and tham-poointf with it. The mild antiseptic odor quickly van* ishsa after use* LEVER MOTHERS limited TORONTO MAJESTIC MONDAY. MARCH 11 AUTHORITY of KLAW & ERLANGER and GtO C.TYLER LAURETTE TAYLOR', GREAT NEW YORK SUCCES At *U Gnetn 170 UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 72-6 ("SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE" by J.HARTLEY MNNtRS AUTHOR Of "PEG O'MY HEART" E LSA RYAN DIRECT FROM TWO SEASONS IN NEW YQ9H Prices 75c, 50c ? SURVIVORS LANDED Halifax, Marc'.i 7.-Six survivors of the French steamer Acadien, formerly the teniae, of this port reported lost off the Newfoundland coast with Captain Scott and six of his crew, arrived here today from St. Pierre, Miquelon. Their names are: P. C. Harris, Halifax; Fred Lovatte, Louinburg:, N. S.; A. U Foster, Halifax and A. Morel, St. Pierre and two Kus-slan firemen. ? ? ? PMPPSQ TONIGHT , A TRIANGLE FINE ARTS FIVE ACT DRAMA Olive Thomas U An Even reak The story of a Cabaret girl who traded the bright lights for love. Also ) Fox Comedy, Hank Mann In "His Lone Fight." FIRST CLASS COMEDIE8 Admission-Adults. 20c, Children Regular. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, PAT HE PRE8ENTS GLADYS HULETTE STAR OF "POTS AND PANS PEGGY," IN OVER THE HILL" 07 ;