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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta n-TunnrnGr: PAGB FIVE Die II.'i.il.l) Ferule. Mar. moutli ruary, lliouffli a alioit one (n of Uaya, has proven nol short in i'.momjl of funds paid Inlo the arna' 1'anmlcil I'alilotlc Kumls of the Fornle district. HpfnHary'Cuinmliig'fi E'er last momli fiUovvs :i collection foi Hie iv-mil) eight days, of a MUle more (hail jicr day, (he hic-Int; 'I'lio dlsburscjnr-Hl l-.nt moulli Jiiclutlcs a payment of the llcliininl Soldiers' co Iho fin.I Hint linn liccu imiil OH I In tint s at the roiiiinHt. of a former bo mallei1 hua Ijeeii lukc1 n up wl U tic uvernment at Victoria, ami II IK j-i nrj- !blo Lhat Hits rlklricl will have tuno 'rcalmcnl as IKLH DC'J.I nerved lo ill llio oilier districts of like tliiirao lor In tlilb par! of, The iuica or Uic districts wlilcli Jiavo n served, with notices lo Militate, hive been obeying the niuiubAJ, inani ol ULCUI eoliig lo AHinrla pints. Mayor Hardlc Is quite r-lalm .1 report linndc'd him liy City nrcr Karris Nhovrlng tlial city last--year hail an .surplus of over the estimated expendi- tures, fnslcail of a .surplus of 05 wan repotted gathered (he first of [tie year. I he figures for 1910 aro now in jaiul have been 'ciieckwl, xu Ihnt (he report front llin Measurer I: likely ho shown to wlici tliu report Is rninplcteil. surpluses In tlit iliiTi-ri'iit toiia office of the Patriotic Society. The different mining camps and ST.V- mill outfits furnish ihc larecr of those conlrilmUnnSj hut Hie sever- al local societies arc coiiEluuMy In- ereasing Ihclr nayhicnU. j Fines from Aliens Provincial 1'ollcc Clilcf Welaby rr- Iiprla several fines collected, from ilc- Ihiqucnl aliens for Iho first week in February. A man front Dull one from Corbin, one from Xaial ami one from the Waldo district were fore the magistrate Mils week and fines (o the !LTLO of which oughl to help fliMiuc the -var elitist mateilnlly. The irr.: frojn Corbin, not bcjnu able (o rai'.j [tie amount of his fine for non rinco (o his duly as a man on .VJOXO'S K .AVOKLD'S liJ-: For COUGHS and COLDS Vcn6'fi Lightning Cough Cure in the jiost popular remedy In tho world for and colds. uhu once" try It urjn It ihelr friends about Vino's, nnd tticse friends tell other friends. Why? He- there Is jral curative [tower in Vonu's (Juuiiti Cure; hu- so R Is quick iiiul suro Jn action; ijceauKe It contains no ami ;ultaljlo for young or old, from In- fancy lo cxlrnjne old age; because It cures as nothing ever Prices SO cents and i tl ada. -Adverllserncnl. lnul before cents, from nighoiii oincg Ilullcdgc'ii rival for Li- berty's hand duello Mnuucl'ii amour U'Hh tlip Jealous 'Ilicresc. Tho great Powell, the maKlcfan Is eu aiJiiuarinK again ST. GLAIR FflCE OF ICE Sai'tila, ilarcli for ilm Iv.-fiiity-flvc years has tlic St. f'.lutr Itlvcr at thib iiort licen irne of ice during tho moiipi 01' I'elmiary, local iiiarliicrK nsserr but tills year ilie river ban been almost cnllruly fires of Ice all winter. What the Press Agents Say FOUR DEAD Tloonc, Iowa, arc mifishiK and believed to Ijc as tin; result of n flro which last iiinht ;uid early today destroyed the buildings at tlic (.nnnty jiooi1 furniYf six miles south of here.' A. uufcctivu Ilur: caused ihe fire. AT THK MAJESTIC OVERHEARD. l of mine I Ten cakrt every- Coininainl- provincial Nickel of llin ihree mills on Hie sh.... Inspector inK ,hc commissioners Ihclr THE MAN IN THE MOON "Tins Man In the one of Slier man's muslc-al opens at the Majestic lotiiulit for nlglils nnd niallncc Saturday. Tin: inoduction full of fun and music and should draw largo "Thr.l r.rw thing" ahont the "Oh. I don't care so much about those1; they're not mine, you know. at Medicine Hat, and on representa- tions of the prosecution rcnmnd- t-d for trial until Monday next, March 12. Tht; cusc VYHH tlio llrel lo Lc handed over by Uic Mountcil Polite of "K" divwlon lo Ihe j-.rovlnclul 110- lico of "D" division, anrl was brought here awaiting his prelimin- ary. GREAT SURGICAL OPERATION PERFORMED London. Mar. The Daily Chron- icle reports a remarkable surgical operation winch WHS porformed AT THE EMPRESS flluebird tins prepared ,1 screen showing of retnarUiihle hoauly ami tense value for ra-' Irons of thr Knipi-c.ss longht wbcn Clco will apjinar as Ihc heroine of Ilex Ingrain's liaufi1. drama, "Ulack Orchids." iliss Madison's abundant emotional talents will havol full sway In depleting the HiaracU-r' of a liirt played with ANOTHER PLOTTEH WAS ARRESTED f.oa Angles, Calif., .Mar. Cajit. Alfred J-'ritzcii, said lo Ijc a German naval officer, was arrested at near here. hist night, 11 held in Hit city Jail oil susiilclon of felony. 'IILC ailtlioriticE said was wanted in connection with (ho alleged plot to destroy Ihc Well- canal. men's liearla :IH though Uiey were i poker chips and cast, them off without IH A mm m in IT rnpruscnlatlve of iiftcr- years of Finest Farmer's Fresh Marie Koii-in-luw of James O'Grady, >i. the Dominion government P. lie was severely nt the Honing the amount to he paid by the front sonic months ago and it was government as war. bonus to the the is work Ing nut a three weeks' scute-ntO found necessary to amputate otic of crs of district IS, in accordance with in lieu of hlMinc. Cliicf Wclsliy also rcporls vlth 'vengeful i licnvy fined for violation of tlic lalioiia governing the sate ol li'iunr. A wholesale liquor firm at Xnlal svr.a ItcavlLy fined for Felling (lUiuUtlits of less than (lie law allows whjlc- salcrs lo deal oul in one order. The chief ulso reports Hint fn mailer of tlju restricted district !'Qre. which placed iijidcr the autbnrily of the city of Kcriiln for police puriiaa- ILLS arms. Tlic surgeon carried oul the arniiiufnuctil nrnde during tlie re the darlnB exiierinicut of removing cent strike, is in tlie city -goiiiK over the injured part of the bono and the payrolls of (he local Ihen Hie ami again and lie exnocis to complete his work here K tlie cuds together. The opera- .within the week. Jlc lias nccom- sq, successful Dial Hie pa-: jilishcO his task so far as the Pass tion tient usli hin ami A patent lias Ijccn gruulccl n Kan- sag inventor for a machine ilmt shocks Inintllcs of Kruin ns ILey full from a hinder automatically. arc concerned, and will RO from hero to Northern Alberta, lie has nol yet Lccu able lo form an estimate of what -amount will he paid by tho uovernmciiL in war bonuses in this district. -TkT B I New Laad 'Eggs, dozl-SOc fi'oiu (lie Riiuch. 0 X per Northern Lake mM tort ol heartless tjcaullful M retch cast aside wrong he retaliated nnd wiped iot ;ilonn his own scoro, hnt inndo I livt sacrifice her own life to her folly.] AT STAIUiAND Pauline Frctlcrick In "The World's a uicturization of K. 'hi Mips Uiironlicim'R well known mvel, will be tlic nUraction .at Star-[ and for lUu wueV-Piid. The sioi'y is one of n youns Knglisli nobleman who licen unjustly deprived of his in- icritancc, and tomes lo America to hid Iho proofs of bis birth.. There in meets Myra, tlic wife ot a drunk- Myra had formerly hecn a danc- er in a cafe. In a fierce fight lie do- :enils her from insult nml she falls lovo with him. Xiunrtng- where Ihc papers that he is sceliing arc, she isls hiEp in rinding them. Around these fads a-story of interest i ii-ills is buill. Pauline1 rrederick is Myra. supported1 by a strong company licudcd ljy Irving AT THE OKPHEUM.r The lirst episode, bi'three reels, of Uic great serial "Liberty" is licing shown at the Orphenm tonight. James Horton, a wealthy land owner In Mexico, died at his Hacienda, in that ountry, leaving a will which makes tajor Illchnrd Winston and Senor! audio Leun, the trustees of Uor-' on's vast cslate, and they are d guardians of his daughter and only) liild. Liberty Horton, aged seven-[ ecu years, Ihe will r am m muling lhati a must nol ruarrv- before UK Ihe aso of v.'ilhout tlic n-ritlen approval of loih bequeaths; lo llorloiVsj nilliful servant, 1'edro, a saddle loj lamiel, son of Panclio Leon, antli lortuii's favorile horseMs dcviecd to t. Rogers Uutledge, of the Texas I angora. Capt. RittlcJgc is in love willi Li- crty and she has much affection for .im, hut Trustee Leon's son, Manuel, Plcasu nufrify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMQNTDff. Howard Stulchbuy, Secy, )R Rcturhcfl Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBf.lQGE, ALEERTA. f J. R. OLIVER, Secretary. Two Nights, March 12 13 SEATS ON. PRICES .50, .75, Yatch our weekly prices butter nnd We iill iielp you to ,savc inoncv. a Burns Co. .AIM AVE. V PHONES 412 1388 DMTNION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. i 6TH ST. PHONE 1654 IM.ACE ST. PHONE 431 MRS. liRLU OMEN workers have been so successful. In the factories lu Great Britain that they are tclng tried In the gre.it workshops of Canadn. Everywhere thci aro prov- ing themselves to be keen rivals to men, and It Is evident lhat (lie feel that he Is observing" Ltie world' mnrch away from fhci olO crn of pre- judice and convention and. enterlns a period of freedom and common- The spheres of the acllvlly of the Angus Shops women work-srs arc made cheerful and comfortable as it Is 11 osi lb ID lo make thcuu Each voninn hag a locker In which she ilaces her belongings before donolng her overalls and cap. At Iho outsel liome Is not tbc ooly a may excel In work cAlculriici) lo advance the welfare ol mankind. Tho Canadian Pflcinc Kalltvaj-Co.has Kcni thoiisnuds of Its male employees for service In Europe, and as n COD sequence male workers have become Ecarce In various ilcnarlmcnla of In- dustry. In 1015 women workers wera Introi'uccd Into the Canadian Pacific Angtis Shops nt Montreal. At 'pro sen I there arc two hundred of them g.igcd In the shops. These women workers TitK-n organized anil work under Iho super vision of Mrs. J. YvVDoll, wife of Mr Hell, superintendent of the MonLrca T the experiment It difficult lo nducc some, of the women to take kindly lo the garments which tra- dition had marked out as male prc serves, but after a lllOe while every woman' found these working dresses were more convenient Lhan'.'skirls The" overalls have- three distinct, fe commendations: they are iltly, tho; ire sanitary, are safe, at lowing ihelr wca'rers lo move DO351 the Tnacliiucs without dan ger of being dr.iwn Into machlnor; clutches.' vromcn work on Ihe piece" sya tern, snd they aro paid at the Earn- mtc as Ihclr ;They work, Ilic men wltli the harmony' thai prevails in offices where there arc female and rnalo clerta. In "the Angus Shops tlie women are-to''he found aw 1 coach washing coscli [minting, working on drills, at ra'trvdicu.- than seventeen f tlic women workers hold certlfl- otcs of proficiency in first aid work. Should any accidents Abe ser- these trained wuraeti arc very, There has been no scarcity1 ot appli- cation G for work at the Angus" Shops. Hearing of tho liberal treatment which they receive women have been anxious lo Becure work there. Uut only those who are specially In of employment, are taken on. Many ofvthc workers aro widows, soldier's wives, nnd women who are lha solo means of the support of dependants. These plucky nnd imliiMrious women lessen to a cocslilcraljlc cxleiil tha Bt-raln on the Patriotic. Red and otncr chnrftnbic i Mrs. Bell makes a thorough Invcs-' tlgation ot the- clrctiroaLinc-cg of each woman-before she la Riven employ- nent, and R closa watch Is kept on er.ch worker for the first Tew daya alter her appearance in the work- ahbpa. This Is done go as. lo guard ngalnsl the danger of alien enemies, for many nationalities ara represent- crt fimong the female rruplorees ol the Shops.vMrs. Ilcll says that every cHort Is made to have each wo- man placed at tho task that U most Moment "Rape's Diapcpsin'' Reaches the Stomach All Distress TONIGHT CHANGE OF PROGRAM Auslralinii AND HIS EXCELLENT COMPANY THE BIG SPECIAL "LIHKRTY" OPENS fONIGHT The Serial Big AUraction. Piclures 7.9; Vaudeville 9-1 Prices Children 15c Adults 35c Scitlsinrt Wak'sJ South Al'ricu auil Australia luiyc laughed for niauy- mouths at Direct from the CRITERION THEATRE, London, Eng- and, with a record of 5CK) nights and still playing. merry'evening ol! licnriy laughter laugh with the rest ol Ihe.Hmmrc. AVIndsorStreet Klntton building. Mrs lathes, at various kinds of niachin- Hell Is enthusiastic over the success of the enlrustcil lo cry, ming and drilling in Ihe brass brass polishing, operating nut tripping machines, cleaning In Iho electrical department, assist Ing In the steamfitllnK centre, and nicking ni5llre55cs and pillows. No is to do hc.ivy work! The women hrlng the nntcrlal for their lunch wtlh Ihenr, and ih's ;hc; nmy prepare tlio lunch room which accammodales two hundred. Soup 1 are provided by the ('om price. Attached to the half hours a day. Wnlcnjnc; room Is a rest roonvand women Irlp alone cheerfully to the the rest room Is a first aid room, Econc of Ihclr exertions ozc mlglil livliore .iny accidents that may occur her chRrgo, find considers lhal the field qf manuallabor requiring EklH And Application la one In which men TvHI ycL a wide Influ- ence. A visit to the women workers In the Ansiis Shops Is Inspiring. The women punctually bogin their labors at 7.15 a.m., and finish a1- )i.ni. Allowing for the lunch hour, r.tiJ, briSad ]2 nnri ro'cloch, Ihey work tight and pany arci congenial (o hor tastes and ability. Those who show exceptional -iRlenl skill are promoted, .There have been Instance; where girls entered na coach washers and In a short" tltno folinil themseKra Installed as offke mis. Many of the. says Mrs. Dell, "are one per cent rractenl. :nrt this efflclcncy laJn no email way due to the suit- men perform Ihelr lasksv The wo- men .ire reliable and of punc- tuality, and only tn cares where thcra (3 Illness of Ihc worker or some mem- ber of her family dr> workers absent themselves from duly. arc a decided success tn Iho Argiig Shops." Do some foods you eat laslc.sood, but worl; hadlv; into stubborn lumps nni! caitsc a sick, Vnur, gassy stomach Kuw, Mr- cr Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot. thte Diapepsin digests-cvcrytliing, leaving, iiothlng to sour and imsci you. Therrj; ever ivns anylliiug stifalv quick, so ertainly cffcctlvu. 'JirterCnce liow adly your slom.icii is disorUercd you ill set Iiappy in five minute-.! ut what pleases ynu most is that trenslhciiE nnd your slom- so'you can eat your favorite foods without fear. V I Most remedies sire you relief Some-' arc slow, Lul not sure. 'ape's is iitisitivc and puts your sloniAdi in n-liealtliy condilion so Ihc misftry wqn'L come lack. I You feel different as soon as 3iapcpsin" comes in contact with the Just stonjacli EW> no belching, no cructallons of undigested fool, your head clears and you feel tine. Go now, make the hcsl investment you ever nude, by getting a largo fifty cent case of Pane's Dfapcpaln from aily dnig store1. You realize in five minutes how needless (L Is lo suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any- stomach "ALL STUCK UP" Lonesome Luke Cor.t-itfy DANIEL FROHMAN Presentc PAUlllNE FRKDKUICK a photo Drar.iitiziition cf E. Phillips fcpptnheim's Famoue Novel "Till: WORLD'S GREAT S.XAKK" SPECIAL COMEDIES FOR THE CH'-l.DREN SATURDAY AFTERNOON AJ.E To-night, To-morrow and 3- Saturday Matinee W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS THE ORIENTAL TURKISH MUSICAL COMEDY PRODUCTION, WITH HYATT AND LENORE "THE MAN IN THE MOON" 22 Bevvitderlng, Dingling Song Mils, 22. A Bevy cf Dcllghlful 'Dancing Dolls- 'A Riot of BeAutiful Coslurr.cs. y Magnificent Resplendent Slagi Stllings. A Jingling Joyful Song Show. DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE: SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ROY ELECTRIC CO. 30c T.JC ;