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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAflCH 12, J9I8 lllE IJCiriUHlDGK DAILY HKRALD PAGE FIVE Fprmally Ask Japan To Intervene In Vancouver, March "12.-A tpec-Inl eabis from Toklo to th? Vancouver Province today sayi: "Foreign Minister Motono wai th!4 "mornlna waited upon by the British and French ambaitadora at the foreign office, when they formally asked for the intervention of Japan In Siberia in order to block the German plans in the Far East. At the same time American Ambasssdor Morris made the announcelmeht that America w-ll not objaot to the asndino of Japanese troops to Siberia..' "Ambasaador Ishll, recently appointed to Washington, w|f|| le f�r the United States some In April." leave tlVe Manufacturers May Refuse To Supply the .Newspapers V Ottawa, Mar. 12,-The iiowapHnt Inquiry adjourned this attcnioon wltli-�ut any doflhlto promlso on tho part ot tlio counsel for the manufacturers o't newsprint that they would'"carry on" and supply, tho newspapers for ii period until the present dlfticultlos can Vo ndjuRtod. Oeorgo* Monlganiery, K.C, aounscl for tho manufacturers, stated that he iiad boon able to got In touch with only n (ew of them,, Tliey sugKCsted that ho should proceed to Montreal this .afternoon, llold this evening. C'omnilsalonor Prlnglc observed"that the �ltuatlon was critical. All tho man-iil'aoturers had refused to obey ordbrs l.saued by himself. /I'hey had declared their Intention ot not supplying newsprint until the dispute waB adjusted. He exprepsed the hope that Mr. Mont-gaiuery would bo able to send him word wlHrout tr. Prlnglo asserted that in the report of the proceedings of the Inquiry which have appeared in tho Canadian newspaper."!, vital facts hart been glossed over. In this cdnnectlon ho Hinid: "The real facts are too vital to be glassed over hy any verbal camouflage." The reports, he added, had not been fair. Tli� present critical situation would not exist if the publishers had bean advised of the full truth. He described as absolutely false reports indicating that poper �can be manufactures In Canada at $2.50 a hundred pounds. It was Unfair to the smaller publishers, he .�ald, to .mislead them. They should bo In a position to Increase their advertising rates to meet their growing expenditures. yOUlBILMLET "GASCARETS" LIVEN LIVER AND BOWELS bon'e stay Headachy, Constipated, Sick, With Bad Breath and stomach Sour. I. T Get a 10-cont box now. You men ariB women who can't get feeling right-who have headache, [coated tongue, bad tsste and. foul breaj.h, dlKciness, can't sleep, are bilious, nerroui and upset, bothered with h sick, gassy, disordered stomach or hay'^ a bad cold. ' Are roit keeping your bow&)s clean Kvlth CascaretB or merely forcing a passageway every fev^ days with ' Salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets work while you sleep; icloahse the stomach, remove tho. /Bour, undigested fermenting food and koul gases; t4vke tho excess bile from ithe-'IlTer and carry ont .of the system nil -the constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. A Caaoaret will straighten you oat hy morning-a 10-cent box from any drug store will keep your stomach Mwoet; llv�r and bowels regular, and head clear' for months. Don't forget the children. They love Cascarets be- . cause they taste good-never grips or ploken.-'-Advortisement. Washington. Mar. 12.--The Russian revolutionary government is prepared to move fi'om Moscpw to some point further east if the German armies continue to advance into UusHla. A message to tho state department today from .American Consul Summers at Moscow dated March 8, said Uio government was expected there next day and that ftrrangomonts would be made to go to some other city It it became necessary. Nortli btar Lodge, No. 4. A. K. and A. M. J.BSI night celebrated tlie SOth anniversary of tho founding of tho lodge in 1888. There are just three charter members of the lodge yet Hying, and unfortunately none of--them could bc! present, one residing, in Ta-coma, one in Wlunfpeg and the third olsowliere. However there were � number ot old timers present who could toll the gathorluK iiomnthing about life ill Sunny .Southern Alborln In the olden tlmoH. TlicRo wore J. IJ. IHgin-botham, Tlios. McNabb, N. T. Mac-r>eo(l, IJ. Catiipbnll of Macleod, E. N. }3arkcr ot Curdston and T. N. Christie of IJlamond City. Mr. Barker, in spoukiiig about the food eonsorvatlon required on account of tho war, said that tho people of Southern Alberta today do not know what cotiservatlon In the old days sugar was gonernlly conserved because there wasn't very much to bo had at any time, and flour was about tho same way. Major Kerby Speaks IWajor Kerby ot Calgary wa� present and delivered one of his eloquent ad-dressei!, taking "Service" for his subject. Hfi told what be thought Masons should lead in doing. In this time of International crisis,  One of the filings he urged wa.s that an effort should be put for the toynifekc the vacant lots of thtj city productive. In this work he thought the members of the lodge might well set an example. His address was right to the point, and was heartily received by the large gathering present. There was no banquet, the  lodg? serving only light refreshments by way ot showing its desire to help llie food control jjrogram. t ? ? ? ? Now York, Miir. 12.-~A special from Wnslilngton says: "American 'tanks' have proved siic.cftSHtul under test.i conducted by Ilrlilsli, French and American army exports and are expected to play an Important part in tlio operations on tho � western front Ibis year, "The Vnilod Stales, it was explained today, set asldn JfiO,-000,000 for coinlruction of those tanks, whldi will range from, 1211 to 2.')0 hor.iopower. Many ot the tanks Imvo not only been completed l)ut liavo liecn shipped to France. ALTA.LEmUllE FAVORS ORY LAW Edmonton, Marcli 12,:-.The Alberta legislature th!a ^nfternoi^n passed a resolution approvlng^of the federal government's action in prohibiting inter-provincial traffic In liquors, after April 1. The motion was made by Mrs. L. C. McKinney of Clareshoim and seconded by Captain Robert Pearson, soldiers' representative. ARE REASSURING "Save Food and Win The War" WEDNESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Carnation Milk, large size, 2 tins. Wednesday ...................... Oyster, Shell, 9 pounds.. Wednesday ................,..... 8 lb. sacks Robin Hood Roiled Oats. Wedneaday...................... Loose Soda Biscuits, pound, Wednesday ...................... Coarse Chick Grit. 9 pounds. Wednesday..................... 35c 25c 65c 20c 25c 10 lb. sacks B. C. Fine Wednesday ........................... 24 lb. sacks No. 1 Robin Hood Flour. White. Wednesday ........................... 10 lb. tins B. C. Golden Syrup. Wednesday ........................... ZYi lbs. Finest Pot Barley. Wednesday ............................ 2 Ibi. Finest Lima Bean*. Wednesday ........................... 1.15 1.65 1.10 25c 45c Deliverica Every Hour Phone 313 AT THE MAJESTIC � On next Sat^irday night, March IG, tho famous English star, Phyllis Kejl-son-Terry will appear in a new play writtol] by 'Edward Peple called "Maggie." Miss Nollson-Terry Is already a favorite with Canadian audiences and from that tact as well as that she is the bearer of an honored name in British theatricals is always sure of a. cordial roceptiou wherever she appears. Daughter ot li'rad Terry and Julia Nellson-Terry. and nieco ot ISllon It- - door life on his country estate to that i of the clamor of the city, who killed, his wife in a fit ot jealousy, la portray-' ed by Mr. Warwick. .Aliss Hamnierstein plays the role of t,he wl.te who Is neglected by her husband. AT STARLAND Sessuo Hay.akawa, the well-known .TapanasB screen actor, a cast .of supporting players, and his director, Geo. II. Jleltord, recently spent several Terry, PhVllIs Nellson-Terry is entk-i weeks in Chinatown, San Pranciaco, led to consideration on account of re-1 where they made tiie exterior scenes T hospiVal'extensions AVinnipeg, .Mar. 12.-Within the next year the Tuxedo Military f-lospltal in Winnipeg is to be extended to treble Its present capacity. During the next six months the soldiers' iiome, on tlie site of the old agricultural college, will' also take on the aspect of a real sol-tiler town, w'lth no fewfer than throe thousand Inhabitants. BREAD RIOTS, Ztffich, Mar. 12.-Serious bread riots occurred in, Gratz, capital ot the Aus-trO-Hungarian crown land ot Styria last Wednesday. In preparatjoti for the meeting of Iho II. F. A. members of the' Leth-brldge district who will meet here Saturday afternoon to discuss the formation ot a district organization for closer co-operatton among the members In the south, a meeting of a sub-committee will be hold on Wednesday afternoon of this week in the Y. M. C. A. w.hen a tentative program will be arranged, 'the 11. F. A.-ers ot Southern Alberta are greatly interested Jn the project which may have far-reaching consequences in the life ot th�-blg farmers' organization of the province. The meeting will , start at two o'clock. The following are the purposes as set fortli in a poster issued by the' sub-committee: t-To hear an addres.s by President H.,W. Wood of the U. F. A. 2.-To discuss the advisability of forming a central V. P. A. organization to better handle the co-operative business of the farmers of tjiis dl3trl|;t 3-To discuss general plans tor ,the farmers' welfare. The call to, the meeting is sigped by E. H. Knight, East llaxiou. At the cost of a amall jar ot ordin-I ary cold cream one can prepare a full quartier pint of tho most wonderful lemon skin softener and complexion bbautltier, by, 8harmacy and two lenlona f^oni the grocer r.nd make up a quarter'pint of this sweetly fragrant Itfmon lotion and masaage. It dally liito the fa'cei neck arms and hahda. It naturall^ should help to soft-lj on, freshen, bleach and bring out the roses und beauty of any skin.-Advert. Cattk for Sale, Very HigUy Bred 400 Cows, 315 two yean old h�lfera,'2S0 two ye^ir eld steara,; ail (native'Montahans, bred and raised, now loeated on laekfoet Reaerva-Vtion, Montana. ^ , ' v . 140 head of two, three and four year old atoert, of which half are (ftlOh grade Aberdeen Angus, now loeatod On teton Rivisr; nsar. Collins, iMontana, Great Northern Railw�y, Shelby lino. ^ - / 200 telooted high grade Hereford cowi, age 3 to 8 yoars old, brod :ito atrictly choice registered Horoford bulla, eemino 3 year oldi, loeatod .near Ca8�ade, Montana, on Groat Northern Railway. ' Alto �l Caaeado, Montana, Polled Angus bulla.,/8 eomlng three year old, 4 coming twos, B iiomlng yoarllnga. Tho ^lla ara thorough^ /^i^bred ,and roglstorkd., Also a few thoroughbrsd oowa and helfora, IF INTERESTED IN ANY OP AlOVE |LOT8 CALt OR ADDRESS, ' T. C. POWER & BRb. " HELENA, MONTANA, London, March 12,-After Premier Lloyd George Imd made his address in the house of commons last night concerning relation's between the government and the press, repudiating the suggestion thai he eft- any official ot; own his staff was responsible for newapnp cr attacks on admirals and generals, ^ former Premier Asquiih and Mr. Lloyd j George's atateuicnts were more reassuring than these liithorto given. He contended, however, that press attacks during tlic war on soldiers and sailors in positions of public responsibility had been highly reprehensible. In the course ot his speech, Mr. As-qulth made tlu; revelation that at the time of the attacks on Lord Kitchener, although Kitchener was. unconcerned by them, he himself (Mr. Asquith,,was then premier) felt the position' so keenly that he recommended that the king confer the Order of the Garter on Kitchener at the earliest possibli; lime. This the king did. latlonship, but what she has accomplished in her own right is, what brings her more completely into the public eye. Unlike some of theatrical lineage. Miss Nellson-Terry did not go 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 right. It was during this first engagement that her performance was witnessed by Sir Herbert Beerbohn Tree, who immediately offered her an engagement as his leading lady, a position wliich was of course accepted, since it meant that she had so soon obtained a prominence which was second to none on the English stage. BAD FIRE Syracuse, N.. V.^March 11.-One life was lost'and'property valued nt ?100,000 was destroyed by fire which levelled several buildings In the heart ot Norfolk, St. Lawrence county, last night.' Leslie I. ,Crabl>, member of the board ot supervisors was burned to death. Ho entered a burning building to save some books. TO CONDUCT PROBE . Winnipeg, Mar. 12.-Chief Accounting Officer Brown ot the militia department in Ottawa has already left for Winnipeg to conduct the.investigation Into tho district headquajrters here, It was Jearnod this morning.' BROUGHT DOWN HUN Paris, Mar. 12.-A German airpla was hit by French antl-alrpratt'guna last night and tell north of SoliisonB, the war office reports. Three passengers, two of them officers, were captured. AN OBJECTOR Calgary, Mar. 12.-Henry Hough ot Uocky Mmmtttln House, was this mor-nlnfe founfi giillty in police court ot resisting the Military Service Act. He neglected to report and when rounded up as a deserter refused to put on the uniform. Hough is a conscientious objector and says he believes nobody should fight: Sentence was deferred for a week. ' COLONIZATION SCHEME Wlnniiieg. Mar. 12.-Several large blocks ot land, particularly iu Saskatchewan, hare been taken over by big American land companies for purposes ot colonization. � AT THE GiMPRESS The success of Robert Warwick, considered .-vs one of the two most popular dramatic actors on the screen, has been nothing short of marvelous. He was brought Into motion pictures as the star in "The Dollar Movk" bj^ William A. Brady, and since tliat time has made successive hits in "The Man of the Hour," ".A.lias Jimmy Valentiiie" and numerous other productions. His latest is "The Mad Lover." writ'-teu and produced by Leonce Perret, -Europe's most famous director, which is at the Empress. Supporting Mr. Warwick ia a company headed,by the beautiful and gifted Blalno Hammerstein, whose work in "Tho Argylo Case" another of Warwick's triumphs, made her one of the most. appealing actresses before tlie American public. "Tho Mad/ Lover" is ably described as the romai^ of a modern Othello, the principal clJaracter, that ot a virile for Hayawaka's newest Paramount pic ture, "The Call of tho East." This wai? written especially for Sessue Haya-waka by Beulah Marie DIx. Tsru Aokl, .Mr. Hayawaka's .winsome little Japanese Vlto, is one of Uio loading women, while the other is Margaret tioomis, whose real name in Ijehna Walpahii and who,made a sensation aa the Hawaiian girl in "Tho Bottle Imp," with Mr. Hayawaka recently. "The Call ot the East" is'to be shown at Starland tomorrow and Thursday. Clara Kimball Young in "Magdo," an exceptionally tine plcturlzation of the famous stage play of the same name will be the feature tonight. " LAND OF EVANGELII^E The historic land,of Evangeline in Nova Scotia is pictured in the latest issue of the Ford Educational Monthly Film which is to he shown st Star-land theatre this evening. In the beautiful Annapolis Valley, it is a never-to-he-forgQ);ten sight to see miles and miles of apple trees in blossom. The winding roads and quaint bridges remind the^traveller ot rural England. This beautiful countiy which cam-prised tlio ancient province ot Acadia is mado even more beautiful hy mem-lorles ot Longfellow's love poerii, "Evati-, geline," in which Is told the story of her llte-long devotion. The new Grand Pro, which lias arisen from the ashes of the old, i.-i a quiet, peaceful little, village. The site ot the church which Evangeline attended, the old graveyard and other interesting scones ar* shown in tho Ford pictures. Premier Robert L. Borden's Itirth-plttce, B little cottage In the village of Grand Pre is also Included. Tills interesting reel closes with an up-to-dutc cartoon of Kaiser "Bill" and Crown Prince. , DILLON SUCCEEDS REDMOND /London, March 12-John Dillon, member of parliament for East Mayo^was today unanimously elected chairman' of the Nationalist party, succeed-' ing tho late John Redmond. The motion to elect Mr. Dillon was made by Joseph Devlin. , > : ?�� * : Lift Ijot folks step on your feet lier'e-attor; wear shoes a size smaller it you like, for corns will never ogaln soud electric sparks of pain through you, according to this .autbuvity. He says that a>'(o^ drops of a drug called freecone, applied directly upon .1 tender aohing corn, instantly reltevoB soreness, and soon tho entire corn, root and all, 'Ui;ts out without pain. This drug Is sticky but dries at once and ia said to simply shrivel up tho corn without Inflaming or even trrltatlog the surroundlhi tissue. ' It is claimed .that a quarter ot Bu ounce obtained at any drug store 'Will,cost vary little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn qr callus from one's feet Cut this "out, specially if you are )i .woman reader who wears hfgh hoels.-Myertlseptent. (LAST TIMES TONIGHT . SELECT PICTURES PRESENT CLARA PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESk^NT SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN The Call of the East GAUMONT GRAPHIC AND COMEDY KIMBALL IN YOUNG See- , "THE LAND OF E.VAN6EUINE" FORD EDUCATIONAL MONTHLY and "TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP," Comedy MAJESTIC THEATRE EASTEk MONDAY & TUESDAY April lst-2nd SPECIAL AHRACTION (FOR CHARITY) A OEi.)GHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL Be'^' ,.' V,;,;.,' ..PRESENTED BY / � ' � - ^ Mkl lUCHARD HINCKS AND PARTY PoftufcrflWc^s . .r.: .V.; 7 .... 7Sc, SOc, 25c SEATS MAY BE RESERVED AT THEATRE BOX OFFICE WHICH WIU.pPE|ybFOR THIS PURPOSE SATURDAY, MAR. 30. THE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR 13 A 84 HOUR HORSE. IT IS THERE WITH THE GOODS WHEN THE RUSH IS ON. IT EATS ONLY WHEN IT WORKS. PMPRESC lOe-26a . '\J TONIGHT FOR LAST TIMB ROBERT WARWICK in The Mad Lorer In Six Act/ Assisted by Eiain Hammorataln. Also Norma Talmadoo in a Screamingly Funny Comtdy* Wednesday & Thursday he Rise of Susan Miss Young will'be soon at her, best in this masterpiece. Friday and Saturday Norma Talmcdge in, The Deva's Needle This Is the blsoMt WaskTa ofror> Ing seen at the lmpr�a� yat. majestic ONE NIGHT ONkY Saturda Marc HQ T�,e Diatingulahsd Actrosa English PHYLLIS NEILSON. I Supported by Har enslith.'. Company ' (Management of Oeorga 0, Tyler.) � - [" In f New Play of teve, Lauflhttr ? and Happiness. ' ' MAGGIE! . � By EdwarSl. C./Popia Author of "The Prineo Cha|if1 ' and other aucesssos. 'fiV �  - Pricoa 12.00, S1.9O,�1.0O, 7�o,v^q5?: MAIL ORDERS NOW Soata' on Sale Thursday Ing, March 14th. TONIGHT s f rloo ,1<