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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta riJESDAY, MAIU1H 12, H)I8 'Lim J.J'/J JIJiltiOGK DAILY HERALD To Intervene In Siberia PAGE FIVE A s% A sfc^sl ? rl:it until the dispute was adjusted. Jlo expressed the hope ihat Mr. Mont-Kamery would bo able to .send him �word without delay that the manufac- flage." The reports, he added, had not been fair. The present critical sit- Hirers hart agreed ,, carry on for 8onw],ia"?n ,v'1ou1'1 "V1,"^."ithf ?,U.b,,Ml" definite period, even if it were only a' e,s ,,Hd ,,efin 8,lvi>iC,1 o� t,,e ,,lU trutl1- week or ten days. If tomorrow morning the public found itself deprived of its newspapers "there would be a howl from the Atlantic to the Pacific," May Conciliate Ottawa, Mar. Jl\-An appeal by Com-iniasioner Pringle to the manufacturers'of newsprint to "carry on" for at least (wo weeks and supply the pub-Ushers of Canada with sufficient paper to ensure the publication'of the newspapers, coupled with an appeal to both manufacturers and publishers to get. together and effect a compromise, were features of the resumed newsprint. Jn~'^7e'aiuT quiry this morning. Mr. Pringle, who spoke for about an hour and a half, dealt with every phase of the situation. While disposed somewhat severely to criticize the newspapers, the commissioner told the manufacturers of jievvsprint that the government, could not, be defied. Air. Pringle asserted that in the report of the proceedings of the inquiry � , . , . , . ... .. e Whirl, have appenred in 1hc Canadian f.l,uld ,�a(\m * t> *Ts *> GROCERY specials *> *> *> 1 ALIA. Carnation Milk. S^rge size, 2 tins. Wednesday..................... Oyster, Shell, 9 pounds. Wednesday..................... 8 lb. sacks Robin Hood Rolled Oats. Wednesday ..................... Loose Soda Biscuits, pound. Wednesday ..................... Coarse Chick Grit. 9 pounds. Wednesday ............~........ 10 lb. sacks B. C. Fine Sugar. Wednesday ........................... 24 lb rscUe No. 1 Rohin Hood Flour. White, Wednesday........................... 10 lb. tins B. C. Golden Syrup. Wednesday ........................ 2J'a lbs. Finest Pot Barley. Wednesday ........................... 2 lbs. Finest Lima Beans, Wednesday........................... 1.15 1.65 1.10 Deliveries Phone 313 Edmonton, March 12.-^The Alberta legislature th� afternoon passed a resolution approving of the federal government's action In prohibiting inter-provinclal traffic in liquors after April 1. The motion was made by Mrs. L. C. McKlnney of Claresholm and sec onded by Captain Robert Pearson, soldiers' representative. young American who prefers the outdoor lite on his country estate to that AT THE MAJESTIC . On next Saturday night. Mareh If,,. , . . , . , ,, , the famous BusHsh star. J'hvllis Xeil- Ilf the clamor of the city, who killed son-Terry will appear in a new piav wife in a fit, of jealousy, in portray-writtoii by Edward Peple called i ^}lY M.r; Wanviok. "Maggie," Miss Xeilaon-Terrv is al- Jle described as absolutely false reports indlcatinK that paper ^eun Ue manufactures in Canada at $2.50 a hundred pounds. It v/as unfair to the smaller publishers, he -said, to mislead them. They should he in a position to increase I heir advertising rates to meet their growing expenditures. ready a favorite with Canadian audiences and from that fact as well as that she is the hearer of an honored name in British theatricals is always sure of a. cordial reception "wherever she appears. .Miss Hammerstein plays the role of the wife who is neglected by her husband. THE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR IS A 24 HOUR HORSE. IT IS THERE WITH THE GOODS WHEN THE RUSH IS ON. IT EAT8 ONLY WHEN IT WORKS, AT STARLAND Seasue Hayaka w�, the well-known Japanese screen actor, a cast of sup-Daughter of Fred Terry and Julia j porting players, and bis director,. Geo. Neilson-Terry, and niece of Kllen j II. MeJfonh recently spent several Terry, Phyllis NVilKon-Terry i.s entk-i "weeks in Chinatown, San Pra.nci3eo, led to consideration on account of relationship, but what, she has accomplished in her own right is, what YOU'RE BILIOUS! LET LIVER AND BOWELS bon't Stay Headachy, Constipated, Sick, With Bad Breath and Stomach Sour. London, March li.-Afrer Premier Lloyd George had made his address in the house of commons last night concerning relation-- between the government and the press, repudiating the (suggestion that he oV any official of his staff was responsible for newspaper attacks on admirals and generals, where they made the exterior scenes for Hayawaka'K newest Paramount picture, "The. Call of the Eaat." Thi= was MPRES 10c-25o brings her more completely into the written especially for Sesstie Haya-public eye. Unlike some of theairical ; waka by Heulah Marie Dfx. Tsru Aoki, lineage, Miss Neilson-Terry did not go j Mr. Hayawaka's .winsome little Japan- on the stage until she had grown into young womanhood, and her very first, appearance mado in her father's company in a prominent part suddenly left vacant through the illness of another actress, .stamped her as a star in her own right. U was during this first engagement that her performance was witnessed by Sir Herbert Beerbohn former Premier Asquith and Mr. Lloyd Tree, who offered her an George's statements were more reas- engagement as his leading ladv, a suring than those hitherto given. He position which was of course accent- h Get a 10-cont box now. You men nrifi women who can't get feeling right-who have headache, ieoated tonjme, had taste and foul fbreath, dullness, can't sleep, are foil* ttous, nervous and upset, bothered with ft sick, gassy, disordered stomach or iitive a bad cold. Are you keeping your bowels clean [with Cascarets or merely forcing a (passageway every few days tvIUi ftnlta, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets work while you sleep; trleanse ttie stomach, remove the �our, undigested fermenting food and ifou! gases; take the excess bile from the liter and carry out of the system nil the constipated waste matter and jpolson In the bowels. A Cascaret. will straighten you ou^t !>y morning-a 10-eent box from any drug store will keep your stomach iweet; Hvcr and bowels regular, and (head clear for months. Don't forget (the children. They love Cascarets because they taste good-never grlpa or *J often. - Advertisement. Washington. Mar. 12.-The Russian revolutionary government i.n prepared to move from Moscow to some point further east if the German armies continue to advance into KusHia. A message to the state department today from American Consul Summers at Moscow dated March 8, said the government j ern Alberta are great' waa expected there next day and thntjIn0 |*>roieet which may arrangements would be made to go to some uther city if it became necessary. HOSPITAL EXTENSIONS I Winnipeg, .Mar. 1^.-Within the next year the Tuxedo Military Hospital in Winnipeg Is to be extended to treble its present capacity. During the next six months the .soldiers' home, on the sito of the old agricultural college, will'* also take on the aspect of a real soldier town, with no fewer than three thousand inhabitants. In preparation for the meeting of tho I*. K. A. members of the Leth-brldge district who will meet here Saturday afternoon to discuss the formation of a district organization for closer co-operatton among the members in the south, a meeting of a sub-committee will be held on Wednesday afternoon of this week in the Y. M. C. A. w.hen a tentative program will be arranged. Tho l\ F. A.-ers of South- illy interested .in project wnicn may have far-reaching consequences in the life of th� big farmers' organization of the province. The meeting will start at two o'clock. The following are the purposes as set forth iu a poster issued by the' sub-committee: contended, however, that press attacks during die war on soldiers and sailors in positions of public responsibility had been highly reprehensible. In the course of his speech, Mr. As-quith made tie- revelation that at the time of the pre-s attacks on Lord Kitchener, although Kitchener was .unconcerned by diem, he himself (Mr. Asquith jivas then premier) felt the position so keenly that he recommended that i he king confer the Order of the Garter on Kitchener at the earliest possible time. This the king did. ept- ed, since it meant that she had so soon obtained a prominence which was second to none on the English stage. j AT THE EMPRESS The success of Robert Warwick, considered as one of the two most popular dramatic actors on the screen, lias .. . .. , . . , . been nothing short of marvelous. He nuleB �i� ?t aDpIe trees m Wps-wa.s brought into motion pictures as pora- rhp ^diiie roads ^uaint the star in "The Dollar Mark" by* Wii- ese frlfe, is one of the loading women, while the other la Margaret Loomis, whoso real name in Lehua Waipahu and who,made a sensation as the Hawaiian girl in "Tho Bottle Imp," with Mr. Havawaka recently. "The ("all of the Hast" is to be shown at Starland tomorrow and Thursday. Clara Kimball Young in "Magda," an exceptionally fine picturizatiott of the famous stage play of the same name will by the feature tonight. LAND OF EVANGELINE The historic land,of Evangeline in Nova Scotia is pictured in the latest issue of tiie Ford Educational Monthly Film which is to be shown at Star-land theatre this evening. In the beautiful Annapolis Valley, it is a never-to-be-forgotten sight to see TONIGHT FOR LAST TIME ROBERT WARWICK in The Mad Lover In Six Acts' Assisted by Elairt HammeraUfn. Also Norma Ta I midge in m Screamingly Funny Comedy. Wednesday & Thursday AN OBJECTOR Calgary. Mar. 12.-Henry Hough of 1 iam A. Brady, and since that time has made successive hits in "The Man of the Hour," "Alias Jimmy Valentine" and numerous other productions. pom. bridges remind Die" traveller of rural England. Tliis beautiful country which comprised the ancient province of Acadia is made even more beautiful hy mem- 1 ,,, , , . ,,, . , ., . Mjries of Longfellow's love poerii, "Evau- His latest is "Ihe Mad Lover.* writ- � feline" in which is told the stow of llocky .Mountain House, was this�mor- I?11 am,1 m'0(\u,;L,(l by \fOIll'e Perret. i her ufUlong devotion. The new Grand >urt if I'jUl,?P�8 Tost ^nious director, which Pr0i which~has arisen from the ashes mm is 1 ulnfe foun'd guilty in police com resisting the Military Service .Act. He neglected to report and when rounded np as a deserter refused to put on the 1-To hear an address by President i uniform. Hough is a conscientious oh- I BREAD RIOTS ZifTich, Mar. 12.-Serious bread riots occurred iu Gratz, capital of the Aus-tro-Hungarian crown land of Styria last Wednesdav. H.,W. Wood of the U. E. A. 2.-To discuss the advisability of forming a central V. E. A. organization to better handle the co-operative business of the farmers of Uiis district :i-To discuss general plans for the farmers' welfare. The eall to the meeting is signed by i K. H. Knight, East Lethbridge local; Fred. Senior, West Lethbridge Local; E. Oxiand, Wilson Local; G. F. Hobbs, Iron Springs Local; W, T. Rogers, Commerce Local: W. W. Honeysette, Coaldale Local; T. AV. Crofts, Twelve jector and says he believes nobody should tight. for a wcelc. Is at the Empress. Supporting Mr. Warwick is a company headed,by the beautiful and gifted Elaine Hammerstein, whose work in "The Argyle Case'' another of War-Sentence waa deferred f wick's triumphs, made her one of the most  appealing actresses before the American public. "The Mnd Lover" is ably described as the romai^fc of a modern Othello, the principal character, that of a virile COLONIZATION SCHEME Winnipeg. Mar. ti;.-Several large blocks of land, particularly in Saskatchewan, have been taken over by big American land companies for purposes of colonization. of the old, is a quiet, peaceful little village. The site of the church which Evangeline attended, the old graveyard and other interesting scenes are shown in the Ford pictures. Premier Robert L. Borden's birthplace, a little cottage in the village off Grand Pre is also included. This interesting reel closes with an up-to-date cartoon of Kaiser "Bill'' and Crown Prince. 'CLARA Kwm rMi If 1 1 Mile Coulee Local. THE MOLINE Universal Tractor is All .Tractor Weighs 1500 lbs. less than any tractor on the market with the same draw bar. It is a one man tractor. 50% reserve power on all the work they specify. ignition transmission, all per- It is made in the largest tractor factory in the world. 7500 sold 1917 in the States, and this year the output is 2000b The old established Moline Plow Co., $19,000,000 Co., star.ds behind it. Mr. W. Keith Bell The agent Is at the Lethbridge -he will show testimonials and give all information. ? ? s� o � i* * *> > *:� TO CONDUCT PROBE Winnipeg, Mar. 12.-Chief Account-; ing Officer Brown of the militia c\e-; i>art".lPn-f in Ottawa has alreaxlv left ( for Winnipeg to conduct the.investigation into the district headquarters , here, it was learned this morning. j PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN The Call of the East GAUMONT GRAPHIC AND COMEDY i Devil s Needle This is the biggest week's offer* ing seen at the Impress yet. See "THE LAND OP EVANGELINE" FORD EDUCATIONAL MONTHLY and "TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP," Comedy AT THE ORPITEUM Wm. S. Hart, in "Dakota Dan" will BROUGHT DOWN HUN Paris, Mar. t.2,-A German airplane^ wan hit by French anti-aircraft guns j _ , last night and fell north of Soiasons, I *j?P*ai' a\ th.e 0l,Pheum this evening, tho war office reports. Three paasen-' T1?e T1",,�3">n '�f Glorias Romance gers. two of them officers, were cap- f R]&'� be SGon-tured. i MAJESTIC THEATRE majestic ONE NIGHT ONLY Saturday March The Distinguished Actress English NEWS NOTES The city council of Edmonton has been offered $1,810 for the- right to collect and dispose of all the garbage in the city. The Applicant is willing io maintain hi.s proposed plant for utilizing such garbage as he can iu accordance with *iived sanitary regulations and *hc provincial health laws. / \ Cattle for Sale, Very Highly Bred 400 Cows, 3t5 two year; old heifers, 260 two year old steers, ail native Montanans, bred and raised, now located on Blackfoot Reservation, Montana. * 140 head of two, three and four year old steers, of which half are |hlgh grade Aberdeen Angus, now located on Teton River, near Collins, Montana, Great Northern Railway, Shelby line, 200 selected high grade Hereford cows, age 3 to 6 years old, bred (to strictly choice registered Hereford bulls, coming 3 year olds, located near Cascade, Montana, on Great Northern Railway. Also at Cascade, Montana, Polled Angus bulls,, 6 coming three year old, 4 coming twos, 5 coming yearlings. The trulls are thoroughbred and registered. Also a few thoroughbred cows and heifers. IF INTERESTED IN ANY OF ABOVE .LOTS CALL OR ADDRESS, onto, aged Hi*, Yjm& a son of James R mag.'Htrate of Ohip- T. C POWER & BRO. HELENA, MONTANA. /Leon Clarke Macldem, who died at bifi home, V�s\ St. George street, Tor- Macklom. rntiroT Dflwa, and a grandson of the late uen. Chrysler, of Iii.storic Chrysler's Farm. Mr. Macklcm was employed in the Insurance Department of the Ontario government. p The publicity committee of the Lib-! erty Loan committee- of Maryland has designated tho opening day of the international war exhibition at Baltimore ay Canadian Day. Hon. Martin Barrelh secretary of state will he present and deliver an address. The exhibition opens on March 30. Four Vyouthtul automobile thieves, two of whom were caught red-banded were arraigned in Calgary police court. The boya who are about 16 years are believed to be members of an organized gang who have been joy riding in many cars without the owner's knowledge or consent during t In? past few months. Any Corn Will Dry Up and Out Say� a Cincinnati . Authority. Lift EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY A Let folks step on your feet hereafter; wear shoea a size smaller if you like, for corns will never again scud electric sparks of pain through you. according to thiH authority. He says that a,-few drops of a drug called freezone, applied directly upon a tender aching corn, instantly relieves soreness, and soon tho entire corn, root and all. lifts out without pain. This drug is sticky but dries at once and is said to simply shrivel up the corn without inflaming or even irritating- the surrounding tissue. It is claimed that a quarter of an ounce obtained at any drug store will cogt very little but is sufficient to remove every bard or soft corn or callus from one's feet, (.hit this out. especially if you are a woman reader who wears high huelK.- Advertisement. SPECIAL ATTRACTION (FOR CHARITY) His Excellency Governor A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL BE PRESENTED BY , MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY PH YLLIS NEILS0N TERRY Supported by Her English Company 0. (Management of George 0. Tyler.) , In a New Play of Love, Laughter and Happiness. MAGGIE \ Popular Prices ........75c, 50c, 25c SEATS MAY BE RESERVED AT THEATRE BOX OFFICE WHICH WILL OPEI^FOR THIS PURPOSE SATURDAY, MAR. 30. By Edward C. Peple Author of "The Prince Chap" and other successes. Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 76c, 50c MAIL ORDERS NOW Seats on Sale Thursday morn ing, March 14th. ARPHEUn/f 11 TONIGHT IWI" \J Prices 10c-�5c A Ism W. S. H AfcT I bill y burke in "DAKOTA DAN" "GLORIA'S ROMANCE" THE FINISH Owing to non-arrival of picture last night, Wm. 6. Hart in "Dakota*D*n" will be shown positively tonight. Also good L-KO Komedy, ;