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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIlimSDAY, MAHCI1 1017 LRTiinmnGH DAILY HERALD imesce or Abdicate, is Petrograd, via London, March three days of battle between" troops supporting and those opposed.lo'll, Ihe was 'successfully etlecled In Pelro- grad.. CaRuallles probably did not number It Is'reported 'that Prolopopolf, minister of the Inler- lor, has hefln killed. Emperor Nicholas has been warned that the fate of Ill's dynasty depended on acquiescence Thi royal pal- ace besieged by .revolution- ary troops. The emperor Is at the front. The revolution as success- fill ?s ll was eildden, It his given complete'control of the govern. Russia lo. the duma, by the army, Is lermeil Ihc "push the. war party" Ic now In power. The revolution, which evidently was carefully prepared, broke out simultaneous- ly In Petrograd and Moscow. The cjarrlsons, which obeyed In- structions of the revolutionaries, Immediately lock possession of the 'two cllles, Afler receiving word of Ihe (Special I? Ihc llt-rulil) Kdmonlbn, Mar. railwayn tommiltcc of Ihe Iceislalure, this jnorninir ordered reported to the house Ihe act lo incorporate the Cross's Xcst mid Tent Mountain Hallway company 'which riropnsei lo bulhl a six'mile lino from n point near Ihe CrbwS N'esl wesl of Maclcod, Ihence In ii IhrouBh townships S'and T l-ange il.wcsl of Ihe-.5th mnr- idlan and across Ihe south half sec- tion U.'township 7, wcsfof.' the Sth. Tlie capital of Ibu coinvany Js ;ind the tncorporators arc John I'amcrpn barrister, William Grtgs Atkinson anil Lome McDonald, all of Ktlinonlon. The com- jnlltce. also decided'lo report the act extending the. lime for-Ihe construe-1 lion of the llrolci Lake railway com- liany for three years. revolution, Emptror Nicholas rt- lurntd to palace, where he arrived yesterday. WASHINGTON HEARS OF IT Washington, March of the revolutionary movemcnl In Pelrograd reached Lhe etatc de- partment about noon, from sour- ces which officials' were disposed to reveal or accept as absolutely reliable. Therefore, they refrained from making pub- lic any Information on the sub- Jcct, declining to accept a report they said, might be erron- eous or exaggeraled. Nalurally, however, Ihere was much speculation aa to the con- sequences of the overturning of- the government In Pclrograd which It -was realized would te most far-reaching, not only upon Ihe prosecution of Ihe war, bul .on the relations of Russia will) her allies. At the Russian embassy there was marked Incredulity as to the accuracy of reports, coming as did from sources, bul no comment was 'made for publication. Secretary Lansing said Ill's "afternoon he had received reports confirmatory In a general way of the press from Pclrograd. He would make no comment nor cay where' the reports came from. A BLOODLESS VICTORY London, PJIarch revo- lution was comparatively blood- "less. Some fighting look place on the first day during which bridges In Petrorjrad wire blown up in order to Isolale certain sta- tions, of the city. .As far as Is known here no prominent persons were killed. Virtually all so- called pro-German reactionaries -are in custody. THEATRES AT TI1K EMPRESS M'lio -IflS rciiluro- "MlJBj Lo liave been slicnvn at tho Huntress'last nlglit. liut'wna the censor, lias liecn relcuscil attain aivl will lie xliown (his orcnlne- Tlio feature Is one o[ Iho most Ihrllllng ever shown. AT STAHLANI) nccaUEC fihe viiH refilled never liavn (old a lie In all her life, Here nice Soiners nre.scnlcrl wllli a truth inctliil, AH a malter or Incl, slic onci of the worst liljber.H thill eve Joined llio Ananias The Tunny parl of 1C was lhal sll hail such'a pluus anil Itimtti-nt expras filon on her lirclly fate thai flic ton pletely toolcil everybody except lie immcillatc friends, who' Ironical) cnllcrl her ".Miss (JoorBC sho was so ullTeronl. IJaiiil little Marguerite Clark In ".Miss (Jet Wn-slihiRlVin" 111 Ihe iihoLoplay of Ilia nainu -ivlildi is tlio. famous I'lnycr i'ftiainotml attraction al Slarlancl to Hie last limes tonight. On Krlrlay an Saturday the iioiuihir slaix Owe Mnorc .mil Hazel Dawn, will In another splendid ilran: Cover." readies homo and will bo M In tlic dover dialogue (hat Jane orbcn lias provided. Mrs, Malt IF dJuslliig'-li'erBelr to her new gran- ur conlide.s In Jier maid lliat II aa dllllciift lo pick out Ihu (unillure -IliTo wcro no many Louis' to dioose roni. One ol.llic Louis' took to re- gion Qli'd-thu.oilier to rurnilure. licr edruom Is furnished In one of these, lid she says, "I olten wonder what s would think of my Omalia un- lerwear." She nays sho llkcfc the library Ijccaiisu (ho Miidlnefi arc BO cheerful. Miss lloljson always radi- ates 't'O.od eliccr, fun am) hor pallius will always bo found very real. Jn tlio course of her Iransfounallon, she promises (ti wear soino handsome gowns ,to deinonslralc the, tine fcall c'rs fiic'oi'y. May Hobson In "The Making Over of Mrs. Mall" will he seen here at Ilio Majestic theatre, March Ulh. ConiinE to Majestic "fair ami Wanner." the Avery Hop- wood, farce wlllcli was lalkeil of in New York till It was. famous all over tile'country, will be presented b> Selwyn Company at Ihc Majestic tlicalro on' MarHi 19 and 20 wllli excellent cast o[ farceurs. AT 'WE MAJESTIC So'many .laufilis arc compressed I In the three ll'ls at "The Makl Over at Mrs. Mall" Hint it is almo one continuous Kale 'that night greets .May llob.-ion and her i-ompany of players and their cheery company. It is wholesome and the best son ol a tonic lor tlnl llred fcclhiB. Iluill around Ihc and -explosively comle personality of Miss Ilobsuii the play lias nlcnly ol dusli. Poor Mrs. Mall Is IryiiiB lo I've up to her hus- jand's forlunc nnd social umbilicus when al liearl slie la just a natural big liearled womair from Oir.alia. Bu she has put licrsclf unreservedly ii the hands of a N'ew York mnld and Is bravely suilcrlllK Hie consciiueiiros Her tortures include a revision down ward by the diet an'il exercise roule and a sand .papering of the westerner A son, who has leR collese' and I life, .wil taking his first look p__.._ supply the heart interest for Mrs Matt, and a sweet, young girl, o ivhora Ihc father disapproves, wl furnlsli Ihe heart Interest for the soi Save Money! By taking advantage of our Week End Special Reductions in Boots and Shoes Friday and Saturday A SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY WILL BE GIVEN YOU TO SECURE YOUR NEW SPRING AT SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED PRICES. (MAIL ORDERS GOOD FOR ONE LADIES' PATENT BOOTS IfiEh cut. blue suede top. white hultons, 'turned soles, receding plain toe. Leather I.ouls heels. This la an oxct-plloually at- tractive last. llcBUlnr S8.50 val- ue. Friday and Satin-- if LADIES' HAVANAH BROWN HIGH CUT LACE Fawn leather Louis heelg, receding toe, lurneil IlCBUlar 5li.50. Triil and Saturday LADIES' TAN CALF .LACE top, I.ouls heels, receding toe.' CSoodyear wclteU soles. Tills is a-splendid (jual ily. flPKUlar 5G.OO. Frl- O Qt .day and Halurday. CHILDREN'S PATENT BUT- TON Dull kid lop, low heels, turn soles, wide toes and Kood roomy feeling toil. Sl7.es 5 lu Ilcglllar 1 on Friday and Sat'day Hilihonton. March Ing: of the municipal of; tlic -legislature today, when Iho pro- j posed1 amendment to tlie clior'lcr, Biv'nB Hie clly- power, to sell lax cerlilicalcs, came up, .Hon. Mr. Hon. Mr. Ca'ricpy'i repeated -.ho opinions previously expressed. coiiEidcred the scheme, .wasteful and Impraclicable, and not llkeltflo lie nrotlucllve of results, yet vllli'QV reversing their position ,11101' -woul.d.'give way to Hie iiopular demand IromVfcalnary and Lelhbrldee. Then the committee decided lo -allow these inumcllialllles Ihe privilege of nltnLtng. The "-commlllce the amendment unanimously, and ap- proved Ihe clauses In detail wilh few alleratlons. sTaJiOriErY nO ftiQrE sPeCuLaTiNg hAvE iT! A well assorlcfl line of 'S'TATtONERY and OFFJCii SUPPLIES.. Call oil us, or aitm'sVe will ca'll on you. Pliicfe you orders Hurt set wliat-y on ve'nuire. OUK TUnNOVER WITH SMALL PROFITS" SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ORDERS. PRINTERS STATIONERS 3T.REET, LETHBBIDGE 100 Pairs of Women's Patent Button Boots Dull kid (.011, Goodyear soles, receding toe; toe cap, Cuban- heel or solid leather; Botli the (LualEty and workman- ship of HiCric shoes arc Ihc best. piHslblc. If you don't purcliasc a pair of tlicsci Friilay or Saturday, you Iiavc no reason to complain nbou'L tliu lilgh cost of shoes. All sizes and B, C and D Itcg- ular values. FRI. SAT. NO C. .0. D. ORDERS ACCEPTED .ON THE ABOVE GOODS. The Cut Rate American Boot Shop BENTLEY'S OLD STAND 116 FIFTH STREET S. -v Calfeary. JIarch solution o[ Ji-.i! traable wlilch blocked tlic linlioiVs bolwr-cn miners and op- crnlo'fs lias been readied by Hie spec- ial siil) committee appointed lo en-- rtoavof to reach uome selllcnienl of the form nf guaranlee vliicll. Is rc-[ (liiircd'liy Hie operators that.the union 'men i'ill MAe by any lhat; Is cofi'cludcd. Sessions or ULC cotn- nilttcn-were lielil yesterday aflernonn nnd tliis morning and arc hclns -con- N ntlcrnoon. Jnlm Jlt'ilr. ttio first secrelary' o[ Hie Toronto anil York Talriolic away at Illsi Ivimc in Toronlo. Babies' Milk supplied from Individual cows' that have passed' the tubercular''lest by the govern- ment" veterinarian- Cream- Highest prices paid for Ho. I Cream and Check Sent .for Each Shipment" by Return Hall. MILK AND CKEAM 'DELIVERED DAILY. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone, 1521 801 7th St. S. AUCTION SALE of Diamonds, Jewelry Watches- and Cut Glass SATURDAY AT 7.30-P.M.. AT LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE OWING TO.THE FACT THAT OUR LEASE HAS EXPIRED WE; TO U.NLOAO.OVJR ENORMOUS STOCK INCLUD-'' JNG A GREAT NUMBER OF _ UXKEDEKMKD' PLKWGKS These consist of Diamond Rinss, bothJadieV and Gent's, single stone and clusters; Eluin, Waltham and Howard Watches (23, ,1B find Signet rings, dress rings and a big.assortment of miscellaneous Jewelry. Also a quantity of cul and ex- NO RESERVE FRANK WADDINCTON WILL SELL Everylhing-in the Store for Sale and Will be Put up for Auct.on _ ..on Request. Hooni, Chinook Cluli Tomorrow, Friday FROM 3.30 TO f And Every Sucond rriduy OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ENJOYABLE OPPORTUNITY FOrt EVERYONE TO ASSIST THE RED CROSS FUNDS. CASE 'These Tractors have proven Iheir worth right here In Southern AJlJerta. IJuy the irlcil nnd true and have no rogrcta. Call and we ivIII show you these- Iraclora, M. P. Block THEATRR TWO DAYS Sehvyn's Animal Laugh Producer THE FARCE COMEDY HIT OF A DECADE Irresistible Se.rics of Grocery Specials Awaits You'Friday and Saturday. FREE with; every dollar spent will give free.lOc worth of Chicl 20 Ib. sack of B. C- Sugar and 1 dozen of Dog Oranges. Bolh for (cash Tapioca, per Ib............ 10c Saga, 2 Ibs. for...........25c Quaker Oals, per Wesson's Sodas, 10c pcks. Spec- ial, 3 pcks. for 25c Weslon's Sodas, in tins, ca. 30c Jelly Powders, 3 pkgs. 25c Chase and- n ihe dry goods els with allies' flags. Ib. tins, each -We Donalco Ib. tin, 40c, 50c Oonalco Coffee, tins- Reg- 25c. Special Norwegian Sardines, Reg. 20c SpecTaT, per tin............ 15c Pink Salmon, 1 Ib. tin, 2 for 25c Nuts, 2 Ibs................ 35c" Apples, No. I for table or cook- ing, -1'lbs. for.........'-... 25c Oranges, per doz. 20c, JGc, 40c Prices .'-i'-. '.'.'pOc- ijil-00 SEAT SALE WEONE3DAY, MARCH H AT ROY ELECTRIC CO. A USUAL SELWYN' CAST- AND COMPLETE PRODUCTION pound tins, 75c.; 5 pounds tins, 51.E5 SUPINA t SONS, Props. 230 Thirteenth Street N... MAJESTIC-TONIGHT THE FAX-WILSON FUN CQ. AN EVENING pjMlIUTII, MUSIC AND ROBERT WARWICK in "ALIAS JTJIMY. VALKNTIXK" OTHER GOOD PICTURES TONIGHT RED FEATHER PHOTOPLAYS A Thrilling Mexican Border Drama "MIXED Written by Willanl Mack, tnm- cms Uroadway nctor nnfl aullior. Featuring Claire McDowell. Gco. Unrangcr w.l Hoy Stewart. STAUDE MAK-A-TRACTOR IN ACTION LAST TIMES TONIGHT MAKGUIiiUTJi CLAUK IX "MISS GK011GK FIVE REELS OF SCREAMINGLY FUNNY C.OMEDY.DRAHA COMING Monrp. anil Hazel Dawn in "UXDEH COVER" i TFCTir1'. Just One Night Only MAJLJ ill MAR, nth THE DISTINGUISHED-COMEDIENNE MAY KOBSON AND HER EXCELLENT COMPANY IN 'The Making Over of Mrs. Matt' By James Forbes, author of Chorus Elc. ALL SUNSHINE AND L.VUGHTKK PRICES SEATS MARCH-14th AT ,j c, ROY ELECTRIC co. ;