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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSPAY, MARCH 14, 10� THE- LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Al r AclivitieoJ|[ncreasitie-Huns Nojiy No Match For Allied Forces discuss qubstiqn : profit taxation tl6n.of^prontta*a�on;,Jt was' understood, wa8~, railed today at a nrlvato couferenco hetwAtt\ thtf government nnd 4 deleRatfon repreaetitinic Mto Can-a'dlan Manutacturerii Asaoclatlon. The �bn(orctice at noon, dlMusaloh covering ft wide range. ' / cultivate land: on right-of-way Canadian Army HoadqiiurtorH, Mar. 14.-(By tUo OvcrR^ttB Corresponilentj of the CRnadldit Presa)-Not since the battle ( . . � Demands on C. P. R. vere ^ comntrcial OMmioa.and that you were his legitimate prey. Such things as a definite price or the retumabili^ of merchandise or a guarantee or good kith woidd have bpen'considered foolhardy. ~-Now, out of iJl this ducancery/this^cross-rcMids bartering, this world-old hostility of buyer and seller, have come the ckaa, wholesome, trott-worlhy inilkalieBs of ihc present day.-. ^ ^j^fsV. V A|nd tlie one great factor tHat has brou|^t this change about is--'^ -Avforti^nff. And the reason for this is that ja man is naturally far more carehil of what he writot than of what he merely says. ^ /' /TodayVqu walkintoa aftore with as much confidences^ enter your own home. You feel that every possible lafCrgiuur^i is thrown abottjt you for your protection. merchant, where he o^e wa� your ^pptnercial enemy, has become your h�i�aMre|irei|^ urf isfhis command. He will .do anything within reason to mee^' y6ur , ^snwlest roquest. Even thei manufact/urers and big dis^rj^tors have ^caught this feeling tha^ they must represent yoa, or yoti will not patron' �Eethem; This is the great thing that i\dvertiiiiig has done for trade. And the J peculiar part of it i� that ydu-ied ibis safety, this ireliayity^tbiss^ iaiirjplws^jonlir. towull.thoie;;W^^ . �, �. j ,;^v:! a- u'' h-y vThat is wh]^ the advertiHBfXjBliiiiim of this paper should mean so much' to you. That is why you should inalce.this advertisiAg part of your di^y That is why you should begin to r^lHtoiliiyiiaMi Continue to read ; .iteyeryday^foreveirthi^^^ ' t. '�V ftp 5; ; R. B. Hunter, for many years assistant to the general secretary, and boys' secretary of the Moose Jaw Y.M.C.A. has been appointed bovK' work secrete ary at Brandon under the national Y. M.C.A. council, and will assume his duties .on April 1. Two-year-old Kenneih 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 tho kitchen he upset a pall of boiling water over himself. Ottawa has been notified that the Djepartment of Pore.siry and Plsherles of the Ontario Government proposes to kill 600 bciiver-at Algonquin Park next ihonth to^be *tiHed fqr food .purposes. The car causes wlIT'be . placed in cold storage in Toronto. It Is stated that beaver flesh tastes.much like young pork. Purchase by Ginibel- Brothers of. New York of the,entire stock of the Greenhut Company, Inc., wltha retail valjie of $3,400,000, has been announc-edV 'The Greenhut Company, last of the large department stores to remain Id' the old Sixth avenue shopping di^-Irlct,: recently aniiiancad its intention of liquidating its husinesB. Ah.oil palntiiiR of Queen Anne of Austria, presoiiting^ her sou, Louis XIV.,' to the Court,of Prance, which has been hauging in tl)e Mayor's parlor, 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 bf^IiOUis XIV. With scores of people passing in the full glare of noon-day. two automobile bandits held up'G�orge Brad-beer; sixty years old. Secretary and Treasurer of the Safety,-Furnace Pipe Company, at Detroit, anil'after knocking him down with a blow in the face, esbaped with JTOQ'in currency which Br^dbeer had. just drawn from the bank for payroll purposes. , "�'V Food and Win The War" FRiDArs GROCERY SPECIALS / 3 Ibi. Finaat Blue Ribbon Coffee. Whole or orounb. Friday ........................ II/2 lb. tlni'Crlsco. Friday'...................>............. Aunt jemlna Buckwheat Flour, per packet Friday..........:..................... '3 lb. tins Lard. Friday ............'............ Braid's Beat Tea, 1 lb. packet. Friday ....................----- 1.00 . 60c 20c 1.10 *60c Finest Cod Fish, 2 lbs. � Friday ................ Gem Lye, 2 tino. Friday ................ Lennox Soap, 4 bars. Friday ................. Casas Wlnesap and Newton Friday ......../........ Cowan's Cocoa, 1 lb. tin. Friday ................. Pippins. 45c 25c 25c 2.65 47c Deliveries Every , Hour Phone 313 'IjfllS^' PHYLLIS' NeieiON-terrv L; TJjOf,cha)pmlng young Bifgltsh actress, wno wlU be seen In ''MMBlp/; the now QoniQdy, at the mJestloYoii/Sat Saturday London, .March 14.-Armenians are offering resistance to Turkish troops,, according to an official'Turkish announcement received here today. , In Palestine attempts of the British to advance on March 9 Qnd 10 are sold to have been ref)ulsed. An .effort to break through the line of Jerusaleni-Nabulus road failed, the statement says. '  TO PLANT FLAX �� Windsor, Ont., March 14.-If seed corn Is not available the greater production committee of the_,boTder cities plans to plant flax on all land that has not been cultivated tor several years. � The death took place at Karlsruhe, Germany,, on January 31 last, of Capt. Oscar H. Heiiderson^aged 60 years, a prisoner of war at the time. The Captairv'fl ship, the Berwicklaw, was tori>edoed in the Mediterranean on December ^ and the Captain was taken otT board tho submarined- and fifteen days later was landed at Karlsruhe. What the /Vess. Agents Say at stakland Japanese'folk lore and queer, antiquated customs of that country which will throw o light upon many of their mannerisms, are. to 'be.fouhd in abundance In "The Call of ,th6 East," in which SesBUO Hayakawa is starring n:t Starland tonight. - Kwamion, the Japanese Goddess of Mercy plays an important pari in shaping tho destinies of the hero and heroine, and in^ and arouhil the old Japanese estate, of .Takada, there are scenes of wonderful beauty and interest. \ - �.Marion D�^vie8. who. is starred in her own story, "Runaway ftoniany," produced by tho ATdsIey Art Film Corporation, released by Pathe and which is to bo featured at Starland Fi'lday and, Saturday, is one of the most beautiful girls ou the stage. More jdiotographs have been published of her in recent months than of any other beauty. Sho has posed also lor magazine portraits by Harrison Fisher, Hamilton King, Raphael KlrcUner, Harry Hutt and Howard Chandler Christy. Her first movie is now ready. �It presents her as'ai gypsy miss. Among other things, she wears boy's clothes, wades a brook, and drives a donkey cart through daisy fields and la re.scucd from a runaway liorso hy her leading man, Matt Moore, '/ at the SaiPRCSS "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 thelr'fiest entertainment before the moving picture sfreea let it be explained that one of those famous and evenly good Bluebird pictures will bo the attraction. This time it happens to bo Mae Murray, Ihe original of the "Neil Briukley Girl," in "Face Value," a story of a. little girl "who went'from poverty to affluence because of her Inherent instinct for the better things of life. Tonight for tho last time W. S. Hart. NORMA TALMAOGE IN "THE DEVIL'S NEEDLE" Empreu Will Show Big Feature Pro. ductlon Tomorrow and-Saturday In "The DevlVii Needle," Triangle drama, to be seen at the impress Fri-, day and Saturday, Norma: Talmadge | .nnd TuUy Marshall as-co-starred..and 1 tho latter la seen In the kind of a part j in which ho achieved his greatest fame on The speaking stage-that of a morphine fiend. II; WBS in Clyde Fitch's last play, "The City," produced on Broadway several -months after his death, that Marshall appeared as a victim of the "dovil's needle," 'and gave such, a mar* velous Impersonation that on the opening night several wonfcn fainted and hart to be carried from tho audi, eoco. I Tonight for the last time Clara Kimi ball Young in "The iKIse of Susan."  at the majestic �Miss Phyllis Neileon-Terry, th4 charming young Engllsli actress, will be seen at tiio Majestic theatre next Saturday night. Mar. 16, supported bey her English company In a new come*-called "Maggie" written by Bdward C, Peple. 3Il3s Nellaon-Terry Is under thd managerial direction of George C. Tyler, who has brought many of thd greatest European celebrities to Ain< erica and it was 'under his. manag** ment that the present star made hei< apuparancB In New York several Bea* sons ago. Miss Neilson-Terry la the daughter of the famous Fred Terqr an