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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TtE^DAY. MARCH 19, JOlft . THE'LETriBRlDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ddrity of Allies in The Air is Exemplified - London, Murfig.-Two hundred �nd flfty4ive flights Into Qarmany / have beisn carried out by British ) aviators and only, ten (naehlnes I have been lost, James MacPNer-son, parliamentary secretary of state for the war office announced In parliament today. More than,a ton of bomba ware, dropped on Mannheim, K^rch Ifl, he ifdded. Mr..Maepherson said 8 direct hits had been obtained on the Badlsche Soda-fabrik at Mannheim. The British raiders were at-taclced by an enemy'formation and , two of the enemy machines,were dawned, the others being driven off. .All the British returned. ^ The 26S flights, Mr. Macpharson explained, constituted thiriy-elght raids into Germany since t>^ and �f October. The aviators dropped 48 tons of bombs. They had to surmount' the difficulties presented ' by frosts, snows and gales which oftcri pKevented them from seeing the German iron worlds and factories they were to attack. Most of ' the' raids wer> carried out In daylight. The number of these expeditions and the amount of explosives dropped were increasing steadily. A photograph which had been taken showed beyond doubt BIG ORDERS FOR ^RY. EQUIPMENT Montreal, Mar. 19.-Contract^ have been placed by the^Canadlan government for $22,500,000 of railway equipment of which $16,000,-000 worth will be constructed by the Canadian Car and Foundry Co. , ^ ' ' I Girls! Use Lemons! Make a Bleaching, i i Beautifying Cream i luomosnJOApv-'spuBit paj 'ii3no.i Hdinooms o% RnoiaAJUui Xjdiuja 8| - �)! 'u|5iB XuK ;o X?n�aq pun sosoi'eiij 9no 3u)jq pii^ i(9V3iq 'uaqsaj; 'uo^jos ili9n pinoiis XjiBjiniu ;i upmiq 4)iit3 sui.it! 'jfoau 'ao�j oqj o^ui Xii�p, 31 D3BSSBIU pun udnot iiomaj jnwa -Bjj XnoaMB isim jp lujd .iB^aBtib v. dn 0:i�m puU' ;ipoo^S . �� -�- . . HONOR MEMORY OF | caLoary OUD-TIMER- Calgary, .Mar. 1ave been, taken this week by the mounted police"In the city nnd district. . London, Mar. 19.-The Investiture took place today, of the foUbwltig Canadians: Compainou .of St. Michael and Sti Oeorge, G. Armstrong, Distinguished Service Order: Colonel B. Williams and Majors S. Burnham, W^. Law? less, D. O'Dohahoe and J. Syer^ Victoria Cross: .51,333, Se4;ennt George MuUlh. � Military Cross and bar! Lieut. Gerald Guion. a fast flight Rome, Mar. 19.-Tw-'o American aviators;, accomplished today a fast flight from Foggla to this city, flying 212 miles in 158 minuteaXTho aviators were Slajor Ryan, commander, of the American flying corps at Foggia,' who acted as pilot and Captain Frost, who made the trip as ..observer. ' . . : J ' ' V .�. - � . ; Prescription for -J. D, Higlnbotham & Co.', Ltd., drug-giats,' Lethbrldge;-Advertisement, -for IS �enr� the itandiini ikln remedsf-'� liquid UMgo' to the tront are de^^^ ':with;'8ervice~;niedak.: ��Jv'-'j''': EnrAllment !n tha $6t4i�rt ef th� Sitil iMgina oh Ma^^^ will continue tor s'wcek follQwing.. By Mareh 35, Ginada Wanta aa army of 28,000 bojrSpIjjIwsW tkt SoJK^','' ' . Ea^l witli Hii;lOichori. Teachera,^Yv^M Boy Scout Maiters^'and oth�H ia your ottghlMrliiM^^ CANADf FOOD BOARD AMEI SOME ENEMY TOWNS / �with the American Army in France, Mar. 18.--American artillery on the Toul front today, hnmbarded towns within the eneniy^ilntia. On several occasions a considerable number ot gas shells werA used! The ginmers also dropped projectiles on rjorman trencli-oe. Some shells hit In the town of Kssay and^others Iti .Montsec. What the Press Agents Say AT THE MAJESTIC "Seven Day't' Leava," the. brilliantly successful," mll.itury comedy which has been attracting crowded audiences to the Lyceum'Theatre. London, since one^ear last, Decumber and still persists in the exercise of Us grip on public favor,'there. Is lo bo seen here at the Majestic on Friday night thla week with all of the scenic and apec-taculai- enticement tiiat has made for Its London Vome, and Interpreted by a company spdclally organized for Canada,, and_>vitU no less an expert Of the'playhouBe for sponsor of the wl^ole than Daniel Frobman, whoae name always' atands for the' tiest things .pf the playhouse. ^"Seyeh Days,'^, Leave,',' as Its title sugg'eBts, Is. a'.military play-a comedy-with London's life' as it Is ab| prespn't,-tbe .Mckgrouud and the distant riimble of war from across ^Ue channel, the .dlstaiii perspective. AT THE EMPRESS � "Bought aud Paid Far,"..perhaps one of th.s best, liuown of stage successes, has atilast^ been produced Iff motion pictures, ami, as-pcyeryone' who has seen the play will realize is o;je,o� the ipost.gripping prpdiictions ever made, at the Empress Wednesday;- Robert Siiafford, a self-made millionaire, Is a strong, handsome/bachelor, possessed of the, usual virtues apd faults of>, his class. The telephone operator who attracts ^hIs. attention Is an orphan aud a girt that any man' would be proiid to; claim as his slater or his �n'lte. �� Stafford really falls in love with the girl and offers to make her his -wife. She marries hlin and lie is so kind, and' good to her that she loves him | devitedly. All happiness? Not quite. Jahn Barleycornplays trumps and toe others'are unable.to follow suit. WEBNESDAn GROCERY specials '^ Finetl Eayptian Lentils, per lb. . Wcdnetday ,.................... King Beech titaapberry Jam, per pall. Wadneaday ..............i...... Qrap.e \M.rfiit, 'aroe, 2 for / WeaiiMday ..................... Tina Striped. Sarditici, 3 for Wedneiday..................... Plantation Coffee, 3 Iba. for Wedneiday ..................... 20c 95c 25c 50c 95c 3 for � - Carnation Mlii' created a^charactor which at once Injplres the sympathy of lier audiences and earns their condemnation of her woakness. Tho young actress doubtless- emerged from, the studio for the last time ,] with only a feeling of satisfaction that nhs- had created a character according to' the logical standard demanded. Hut tliousan^fs of milea across thi; trackless oCoan critics have inolied at "The Painted'Doll",and halloU Tanya Fetner as ono of tho biggest atara of tho llusalan Repertory to be released by. Pathe in America. "The Painted Doll" has been given a splendid reception, at the hands of Amorican revlew'ers who were quick In fee its artistry. One well known expert In summing it up aay.s in part: j "The actors iglve 'us soreon portraj--.ilx as satisfying as anything that has ever been done-In this countiT, ho far as straight dramatic -work of power aud sincerity Is concerned. . "Tho fact that Mozuklii Is one of Huaala's greatest stars, having been a star In tho national theatres ot that country, Ih a big asset." .A. 1T -1 "GASGABETSIESIIF SICK, for Livar and Mewola Sad Braath. Bad Colda, Sour Btomaoh. . . - \ �t a lO-ceht box. Blok^ headache, billousneas, coated tongue; head and dose clogged up with a cold-aiwa^ trace this to torpid liver; delayed,^ fermenting food Is the. bowels'or sour gassy, atomacii. Poisonous matter clogged In the In* teatinea Instead of being cast ont ot the ayatem la re-absorbed into the blood. Whan titis polaon reaches the delldate brain tissue it cauaea congestion and that dull, throbbing, alcken* ing headache. ' Caaoarets Immediately cleanse ths stomach, Htinove the aour, .undigested food and >fdul gasses; ta'ke the o.^iceas .blV; IroJii ihe liver and carry out ail the .matl.dicap In his-acting aud the fact thatlje kept this from the watchful ey�. of the camera - proves his his-trlotflc ability. Being � thorough lirlt-Isher, it-was difficult to sj^V tha least, tor him to adopt'the gopse-Btep and LAST TIMBB Billie Arms And ADIVIISSION 20c' AND 10c ' Fqn UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting ���SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We aell the Empire Ready Trlm-/ med Wall Papers. Office and; Shop: (lext.Deor to Herald Office. ..^ PMPRESe THl/RSDAY 10c-26c Alice Brady in George Broadhurat't Pamoua SuccesB BOUGHT AND FAIDFOR* SEVEN REELS One of the moat .orippins and 'startling producVona ever screened, with a cilttfax that is sure to thrill yeu with its intensity. Majestic ^"Jl*"^- ONE NIGHT ONLY is. MOVING PICTUI|I That Qreat London and New York MillUry Comedy Orama "Success. 200 Thrills and-L�ughs. Pricoff  $1.50, $1.00, 75TI)� most complete, moderately priced farm lighting equipWht Jn the worl^. ::::::: - - Cardston  -yNobleford � - Barons Carmanggy:  - Maelsod  Ciaresholm' SPECIAL ATTRACTION WCONEBDAYxAND THURBDAV :the painted doll* RUSSIAN ART FILM FEATURING RUSSIA'S OftKATIBT DRAMATIC ACTOR i ^ Ivsmi Mozukiii SUPPORTED BY. TANVA PETNER, NATALIA LE8IBNKO ANB AN ALL STAR COMPANY OF RUSSIAN ARTISTS. THCBePICTUREBi WERE POSITiyELY MADE IN MOSCOW; RUSSIA. AOMIBB^IONij - ADULTB � CiENTS; CHILDREN 10 CBNTi'^^^^^^^ ^ MAJESTIC EASTER MONDAY & TU^DAY 1 st-2ndt SPECIAL ATTIM^CTION (FOR CHARITY); ' I *His Excellency i The Governor''^ > DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE AC-TB-WILL/Bt^ PRESENTED BY V W v MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND P^TY f Popular Prices Seats may be rosarvod at Thflgtr^ Box Off ice, Ip exchanoe foi-V tickets .which:are ,-�-----.'^ � -�-...... Office open for' 75c,S0c/m - -ce Ip exchange for. re new on-sale'by membsra of the. Company. Bok,-thls purpoat Saturday, March.30th, 'Yi < *i