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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 191� THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ! DISCUSS QUESTION PROFIT TAXATION THE UNQUESTIONED Ottawa, Mar. 14.-The whole question of profit taxation, it was under-, stood, was raised today at u private l couforenco betw/en the' government and a delegation representing; 'he Can-'adian Manufacturers Association. Tho cronferenee at noon, discussion covering a wide range. 10 INCREASE MEAT EXPORT TO ALLIES Air Activities Increasing:-Huns Now No Match For Allied Forces v Urn-* CULTIVATE LAND ON RIGHT-OF-WAY J } Canadian Army Headquarters, Mar. 14.--(Hy tlits Overseas Correspondent^ of* the Canadian Press)-Not since the battle union men was that they wen- I.W.W.'m and had twice tried to fire the plant. Howard Heinz, Kcdrnif Food Administrator for Pennsylvania, says the V. S. will not he really free "until 10,000 German propagandists have been hanged to 1 olograph poles and shot full of holes," Kour Democrats elected in New York have changed the Congressional majority from Republican to Democrat. Nine out of every ten women eligible to vote at these elections voted. The Woman 'Citizen's League of the State of New York advocates the taxation of all private cemeteries in the State. There are ;;^ In Queen's county alone, which would yield $3,-700,000 In taxeH anuually. An unsuccessful attempt to wreck FRIDAY'S GROCE SPECIALS 3 lbs. Finest Blue Ribbon Coffee. Whole or ground. Friday ........................ ^y2 lb. tins, Crisco. Friday ....................*............ Aunt Jemina Buckwheat Flour, per packet Friday ................................ 3 lb. tins Lard. Friday ............'................... Braid's Best Tea, 1 tb. packet. Friday ................................ LOO 60c 20c 1.10 f60c Finest Cod Fish, 2 lbs. Friday ......................... Gem Lye, 2 tine. Friday ...........�........... Lennox Soap, 4 bars. Friday......................... Cases Wlnesap and Newton Pippins. Friday..................�........ Cowan's Cocoa, 1 lb. tin. Friday ........................,. 45c 25c 25c 2.65 47c Deliveries Every Hour hetiudsorts Ba Phone 313 London, March 14.-Armenians are the new Wood's Theatre building, Chi-' offering resistance to Turkish troops, cago. in the heart' of the business j according to an official Turkish an section, way made, when a bomb was ! nouilcement received here today. 1 exploded on the first floor. No serious damage was don*-, and no one was injured. * Rev. Harry Ward, a professor in Boston University, was elected successor to Dr. Tttomas Hall, as professor of Christian "Ethics by the direc-* tors of the Union Theological Seminary at their quarterly meeting at New York. R. B. Hunter, /or many years assistant to the general secretary, and boys' secretary of the Moose .law Y.M.C.A. has been appointed beys' work secret- j ary at Brandon under the national Y. M.C.A. council, and will assume his duties on April 1. i 4n^BW Two-year-old KenneUi .McKew was so badly scalded by hot water in the parents' home in Toronto that he died. The child was two years of age and while playing in Hi*- kitchen lie upset a pail of boiling witter over himself. Ottawa has been notified that the Department of Forestry and Fisheries of the Ontario Government proposes to kill 600 beaver at Algonquin Park next fhonth to be Used for food purposes. The carcasses wiIT*be placed in cold storage in Toronto. It is stated that beaver fle?h tastes much like young pork. Jn Palestine attempts of the British i to advance on 2 to have been break through Nahulus road failed, the statement savs. ^ Mercy plays an important part in shaping the dostinies of tho hero and heroine, and in and around the old j Japanese estate of Takatiu, there are j scenes of wonderful beauty nnd inter-I est. \ Marion Da vies, who is starred in her own story, "Runaway ftomany," produced by the Ardsley Art Film Corporation, released by Pathe and which is to he featured at Starland Friday and,. Saturday, is one of the nrost beautiful girls on the stage. More photographs have been published of her in recent months than of any other March 9 and 10 are snid i hseauly- She has posed also for maga-repulsed. An effort to ' 'fj110 (11Jortra11^ by Harrison Ffaher, the line of Jerusalem- Jt81"1110" , KIng: ^phacl Kirchncr, Harry Hutt and Howard Chandler Christy. Her first movie is now ready. It presents her as ~a gypsy miss. Among other things, she wears boy's clothes, wades a brook, and drives a donkey cart through daisy fields and is rescued from a runaway horse by her leading man, Matt Moore* TO PLANT FLAX Windsor, Ont.. March 14.-H seed corn Is not available the gveator production committee of the^border cities plans to plant flax on all land that has not been cultivated for several years. The death took place at Karlsruhe, Germany, on January 31 last, of Capt. Oscar IT. Henderson^aged 60 years, a prisoner of war at the time. The Captain's ship, the Berwieklaw, was torpedoed in the Mediterranean on December and the Captain was taken on* board the submarined and fifteen days later was landed at Karlsruhe. It was in Clyde Fitch's last play, "The City,'1 produced on Broadway several months after his death, that Marshall appeared as a victim of tho "dtwil's needle," and gave such a marvelous impersonation that, on the opening nIghf. severa 1 wonfen fainted awl hart to ho carried from the audi" enoe. I Tonight for the last time Clara Kim* ball Young hi "The ;HUo of Susan." AT THE EMPRESS "Bluebird Day" at the Orpheum Friday ami Saturday. If you are a movie fan this is an easily fathomed statement. If you are not one fit tbe'great. host, who find their best entertainmentI before the moving picture screen let it be explained that one of those famous and evenly good Bluebird pictures will be the attraction. This time it I happens to be Mae Murray, the original of the "Nell Brinkley Girl/' in "Face Value/' a story of a little girl who went from poverty to affluence because of iier inherent instinct for the better things of life. Tonight for the hist time W. S. Hart. AT THE MAJESTIC .Miss Phyllis Neilson-Terry, lha charming young English actress, will be seen at tho Majestic theatre next Saturday night, Mar. 16, supported bey her English company in a new comecty* called "M-aggie** written by Edward <\ Peple. Miss Nelison-Terry Is lender thrl managerial direction of George C. Tyler, who has brought many of tho greatest European celebrities to Am* orica and it was "under his management that the present star made hetf j appearance in New York several eea* I sons ago. Miss Neilaon-Terry la the daughter of the famous Fred Terry and .lulla Neilson-Terry and niece of Ellen Terry and was for some time lead* ing lady for Sir Herbert Beerboha Tred before she became a star in her own right. In Maggie" she has a vehicle which, is said to suit her very well, and whlcli has been well received in eastera cities. Miss Terry is supported by a carefully selected English company in-eluding such well known players as John McFarlane, Arthur Lewis, David Glassford, Phyllis Relph, Edgar Norton, 'Susanne Morgan and others. Purchase by Ginibel Brothers of New York of the entire stock of the Greenhut Company, Inc., with a retail value of $2,400,000, has been announced. The Greenhut Company, last of the large department stores to remain in the old Sixth avenue shopping district, recently announced its intention of liquidating its business. i AT STARLAND Japanese4folk lore and queer, antiquated customs of that country which will throw a light upon many of their mannerisms, are to be found in abundance in "The Call of the East/' in which Sessue Hayakawa is starring at Starland tonight. Kwannon, the Japanese Goddess of NORMA TALMADGE IN "THE DEVIL'S NEEDLE" Empress Will Show Big Feature Production Tomorrow and Saturday In "The Devil's Needle." Triangle drama, to be seen at the Empress Friday and Saturday, Norma Talmadge and Tully Marshall as co-starred, and the latter is seen in the kind of a part in which he achieved his greatest fame on The speaking stage-that of a morphine fiend. An oil painting of Queen Anne of Austria', presenting her son, Louis , XIV., to the Court, of France, which \ has been hanging in the Mayor's par-\ lor, City Hall, Now Orleans, for many years, was declared by art experts to ' be the original picture painted in ' 1667 by Nicholas Migard, Court artist i of Louis XIV. With scores of people passing in the full glare of noon~day, two automobile bandits held up George Brad-beer, sixty yearn old, Secretary and Treasurer of tho Safety Furnace Pipe Company, at Detroit, and after knocking him down with a blow in the face, escaped with $700 in currency which Bradbeer had. just drawn from the I bank for payroll purposes. LAST TIMES TONIGHT V HayakaWa IN The Call of The East it A TWO CYLINDER COUBTSHIP" "GAUMONT GRAPHIC." 20c and 10c. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE PRESENTS MARION DAVIES IN HER FIRST PICTURE RUNAWAY ROMANY Also LONESOME LUKE IN "MOVE ON j Admissions 20c and 10c. Saturday Matinee Children 5c MPRES LAST TIME TONIGHT 10c-25c Clara Kimball Young "THE RISE OF SUSAN" A high class society drama. Also brand new Fox Comedy, "His Aerial Joy Ride." Two acts of laughter. TOMORROW & SAT. Norma Tal In the most powerful fire act drama yet produced. Devil's Needle Norma Talmadge as the young artist's model, the victim of a powerful drug. MAJESTIC THEATRE EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY A majestic ONE NIGHT ONLY Saturday March The Distinguished Englleh Actreis PHYLLIS NE1LS0N SPECIAL ATTRACTION (FOR CHARITY) \ Excellency Governor A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL BE PRESENTED BY MR; RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY V Popular Prices 75c; 50c, 25c Seats may be reserved at Theatre Box Office in exchange for tickets which are now, on sale by members of the Company. Box Office open for this purpose Saturday, March 30th. Supported by Her English Company (Management of George C. Tyler.) In a New Play of Love, Laughter and Happiness. MAGGIE By Edward C. Peple Author of "The Prince Chap" and other successes. Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c MAIL ORDERS NOW SEATS ON SALE NOW MISS PHYLLIS NEIIlSON-TERRY The charming young -English actress, who will be seen in "Maggie," the new comedy, at the'Majestic'''on Saturday evening, this weel* I W. S. HART /TONIGHT Prices 10c-25c in "DAKOTA DAN Also VIRGINIA PEARSON Irt' "HYPOCRISY" A dramatic expose of the sham oC society. "Gloria's Romance,"-Love's Reward, the last chapter. Also L-KO' Comedy. v XQMORROW-THE BIG BLUEBIRD, "FACE VALUE," F EAf URING MAE MURRAY* \ � t ;