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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ia'J'MdAY, march 10, 1018 iim j,KTHBHir)(jt-: daily iikrald PAGE FIVT5 Figures In Mondays Opening of Commons SIR WILFRID LAURIER Leider of the OpponlUon, DRINK ' Coca Cola 5c a bottle At your dealers or wo deliver a Case of 24 half-pint Bottles To Any Part of the City for Sl.OO (Bottles to be returned when empty.) Sole. Bottling Agents for Letht bridge District. Purity Bottling Works Corner 4th Avenue & 4th St. 8. Phone 1501 DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE Govemor-Ooneral. LOdSENINQ HUB CAPS In case the ordinary method bt Dlac-"Ing- a wrench on a sticking hub cap ami then tapping tho wrencli with a hammer fails, try this: Place a .small box or horse ot very nearly the l)o:Bhl of (lie hub from tho floor nlongsiUo the wlieel, so tliat wiien tflo latter isjurn-ert tlie en "boya" u good follow as in l\i.') Inuiifilor diiyH. rclurntng home deliupfd fnuli driiilc and carOusinK. On ihi^m: oicuhIouw, Virginia's scnKltive nauirn riHns in revolt, and she hatiss tli'^ l)nuiali, punn-ionnlp man whom kIic can srarcoly rocognize uh tho hu.iljand of tlioso first happy days. lior.self. In it she Ih supported by an ali-.-star cast. Evor aince_it became apparent that America woTlld bo forcoil Into the groat, war by Oermany's ruthlosH conduct, (here have boon riimors! cnnont of l>odlos of Hermans in Ibis country drilling clandestinely, and of the pur-cha.'iinB of many rlfleH ami much am-munllloii by .secret Tcnilon orgiinlza-tlon.M for the apparent purponp uf starting local insurreclionH at such limn as mi^lit bo considered strategic. Mln-iitu investigatlonR of thesn reports linv(3 been made and ovary effort used to trace the culprits. lAPANWILLN NTERFERE1^ CHI London. Mar. IG.-In roiily to a (pies-lion in tho diet yesterday ilio Japanese iiremier, said, ac(!oriling to a ileut-or dispatch from ToUlo. that the dissension prevailluK iipt.woen North and South China was the source of Bcrious concern for .lapnn's interests, hut .lapan 'vould talio no steps in the way of mediation. Tho premier charactnri/ed as untrue a report that a Binall body ot entente troops had been sent toward Siberia. 'VIBRATOR PITTING The car owner can greatly reduce the rate of wear of his coil vibrator po nts by periodically reversing the direction of current flow through the system. AT the m.'^.iestic At the Majestic (Iic^atre tonight, Misa Phyllin .Veilsuii-'i'cny. the charming young Kngilhii actress, ut tlio head of her own company will bo the attrac-Uon, appearing in a new comedy call-' ed "Maggie" v.-hicli lias boon well re-j ceived in i-'aatern Cnnadii. Miss Xellson-Terry, as will be rn called, is an iiluslrioiis monibcr ot the famous Terry family of I*;ngland. Her father was Fred Terry iind her motlior Julia Nellson-Tnrry, wiillo sho is a niece ot Ellen Terry. It was at. her very first appearance on any stage that she was seen Iiy Sir Hcrbc-r!. JJoerbohni Tree, who at, once arranged with her father for her to becomo leading lady in lier next production. Miss Neilson-Terry has been particularly aasocialed with Shaiiospearian productions and has appeared as nearly all of the bard's great, heroines. The war haze thai distinguishes the spiritual atmosiiherc of London life today in contrast to its indulgent si)irlt before the big "thing" happened that is transforming tho earth is said (o bo captured grippingly in "Seven Days' Leave," tho big spectacular miii-! tary cotnedy to he seen here at tho j Majestic on Friday, March 22nd for an engagement ot one night only. MPRESg No wonder then, that there Vfaa cot)' slderablo exclteiscnt when tho news' iealted out that several hundred German uniforms had been ordered by a man named Kaufman. The whe(jls ot justice were freshly oiled and sat In motion and tho report was confirmed. Then the Inslc of IraclnB down the man Kaufman was begun and the tr�ll led to West fifith Street. Now York City. Here the investigators found their quarry, Albert Kaufman, manager of the FamoH.s Players studio who was preparing for tiio Paramount version ot "Arms and tho Olrl," starring Ulllie Burlco which is to bo shown on Monday-nnd Tuesday at Starlahd. 10c-Z6o, Tonight Last Time Norma Talmadge In ths most'powerful five act drama, yet produced, The Devil's Needle Norma Talmndgo as the young artist's model, tho victim of a powerful drug. MONDAY NEXT VALVE CAP HINT Xover permit a tiro vulvo to remain uncovered. In case the cap is lost and no .spares immediately available, tie a piece of rag or rubber over the stem. If dirt once malcos its way into tl\e valVo sCem a leal: i.s almost certain to result. ANTI-BLACK HAND For tho car owner who docs his own worlc tlie question of keeping his hands fit for polite society is a real problem. Jiere is a solution of the problem: After working about tii� car or garage, apply fresh cylinder or any light oil to the liands, using justlas soap and water is used. AVhen all the groase has been cut loose, wipe the hands on .clean waste or rag. This treatment will leave the hands in good shape.for soap and water and tar soap will be tountl admirable in this connection, y. ' , , at stakland  Marion Davlfls. who through hor beauty and graceful dancing in the l/ig nuisicai success, "Oh, Boy!" and in tlie title role of "Miss 1917," the current Century Theatre production, has lalton New York by storm, has again shown her .versatility by writing a motion picture scenario which was accepted by tiin Ardsley Art Film Corporation on the condition that she herself appear in it. Tlio finished production, "Runaway Romany," a do-llghtful comedy-drama ot gypsy life and society, will bo shown at Sarlnnd tonight. The story is e.\ccptIonaIly sweet and dainty, as Is the star- auth- HOW. THE TROUBLE . STARTS H Alice Brady in BOUGHT AND PAID FOR majesticl ONE NIOHT ONLY TONIGHT, ^ At 8:30 The Dlttlngulthed Engllsli Aetrei* PHYLLIS NEILSON-TE RR Y Suppprted by H�f EAflMli Company (ll�aai;ement of G�orc9 Qt Tyler.) tn a New Play of Lov*. LtughUr and Happlnett. * MAGGIE' By Edward C. Papl* Author of "The Prince ChtfT and other succesM*. i Prices $2.00, $1.50, 91.00, 7Sc, No MAIL ORDERS NOW SEATS ON SALE NOW if more people knew how Rhemiia-tism and itindrcd ills started Uierc woxild be infinitely less sillferiiig. ^ It should be a iiintter of popular knowledge that the blood stream completes tlie circulation of the body in approximately three minntes, gnther-ing up waste luatlers. It is the function of the Kidneys to remove these impurities or poisons from the blood and eliminate them from the body. Should there be any derangement of the Kidney action the poisons are notelinti-naled but are carried around again in the blood stream, to accninulalc slowly and occasion sickness and distress. Then follow p.iins in the back, in the region of the Kidneys, Rlieumntism, constant licadaches, and the many complaints arising from derangements of the Ki-dueys or llladdir. First, the Kidneys must be put in order and until these organs are healed and regulated no real health is possible. Gin Pills cont.iin the medicinal and tonic properties that the Kidneys require. You can get Gin Tills at all dealers- EOc a box or* 0 boxes for S2..'it), or i BampM'wii! be serft free upon request to the National Drug & Chemical Co. o! Cnnoda, Limited, Toronto, or to the U. S address, 202 Slain St.. Buffalo, N.Y. W) MAJESTIC THEATRE EASTER MONDAt & TUESDAY April lst-2nd SPECIAL ArritACTK^ (FOR CHARITY) "His Excellency The Governor'* A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL Bk PRESENTED BY MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY Popular Price* .____.....>...... 75c, 50c, 25c Seats may be reserved at Theatre Box Office In exehanga for tickets which are now on sale by mcrpbers of the Company. Box Office open for this purpose Saturday, March 30th. 1^ SIR THOS. WHITE Minister of Finance, who may not bo able to attend the aession on account ot Ill-health. Save Your H^irl Double Its Boauty in a Few Moments- Try Thlsl If you caro f6r holivy Tinlr, that gliaten8..AvUh Lenuty and Is radiant with llfo; has an InconiVarablo eoft-ivess aii'tl is fluffy and lustroua, try, Danderlno. Just one application doubles the beauty of your hair, besides it Immediately dissolves every particle ot dand-I'uff; you cannot have jiice, heavy, Iioalthy hair If you havo dandruff; This destructive Hcurt robs Ibo hair ot Its luatro. Us strength^and Its veryvUte, and if not; overcome It produces a fevorlshneas and Itching of the scalp; tho hair roots famlsh,ilooaen and-die; then tho hair falls out fast, y If your hair has been neglected and iB thin, faded,  dry, -scraggy 'or tbo oily, gt^rti small boltlo of Knowlton's Dandorlne at any drug: gtore or toilet counter for a few cents; apply a little SB directed ami ten minutes after,you will say UiJa the host inveatmant! you .ever made." Wo .sincerely bellere, regardless ot overything else advertUed, that it ypu desire soft, lustrous, beautiful balii aqd lots ot It-no daniJriiff--no Itching BCttlp antl no more falling balr-you must itse Knowlton's Oanderlne. K eventually-why not now?-Advert. ' What the Press Agents Say at the ORPHEUM ' 'Alao Murray, late star of Zlegfeld's Follies and other (amouB musical or ganlzatlons comes to the Orpheum theatre tonight to present "Kaco Viilue" in Bluebird i)hot6plays. .Here Is a story ot love and adventure, filled with thrills and excitement, with boautiful photography and artistic act Ing affording the very best alemouta ot ongnging ontovtalnment. Bluebirds never disappoint and "Face Value" iniy bo depended upbu-to maintain the excellent reputation these feiitnrea liayo established durlug two years of ooriaistent offerlnaB. AT THE IMPRESS Phis screen version.ot "Bought aiid Paid' For," theifamous Broadway sue-cesa which comes to the Elm pros a on Monday la oort'aln to befiome even more popular thin thfe^ ataja play. The World Film Corporation have given ua u production which win not �oou be MONDAY AND TUESDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT PRETTY, PIQUANT Billie Burke IN V The Girl THE STORY OF HOW THE BOSCHE WAS OUTWITTED BY A CLEVER AMERICAN GIRL. ALSO PLENTY /'-OF COMEDY. ADMISSION 20 QENTS & 10'CENTS MAJESTIC : ^^^oXly""^^ FW^AY MARCH, 22nd WAIJERC. JORDAN &ROBERnr GWPBEib PRESENf T**'5IGlONDON