Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, 1IAHCM 20, 1917" fife LETHJiWbGE DAILY IIEIULD rAGE FIVEl 1 M complete line, oi' MIC well known rogmll, via London, Mnrcli i 's govcnimcntj II loaniotl ;il Iho foreign office today, will rc.it exclusively In contiol of Ilia council of i.ilulHlcrs unlll (ho convocation of llio extern Hi nsseniMy. llio puma comnilUuc, having fulfilled Its task UH temporary gurcrniiiK liudy during llio .H or revolution, will thus pass out. existence an the chluf executive body of the nullon mul will Rurrcndcr UK PX( m ordinary jiosvcrfl to Iho liicl will ri. B, Losey. a prominent former of the Wlnnifryl dlstilct, who has been dor a prrsldcnl but under a comnilK-1 spending Mio past tvro years In Call- Klon similar lo the uovurnlnif body of tornlii, Las returned to Koulljuru Al- Switzerland. If ihh hecomcij unlbcila. fions have lean running ovMituulhy il U not farm at Wlnnlfred during bis nlj- frmn Dio cufctnci, prcnilor, I'rlncu f.ovuCf, havn authority approximating Iliat ot the prcHlvlcnt ot a republic' II Is Impossible yet lo torucunt with nny cerlntnly the final form tho gov- ernment will assume since It will de- pend entirely upon Ihc collective wllf of Iho rntlrc population tn which has been extended a proclamation of tile. new government regarding universal sulfragu, 'J'he Ijollcf prevails In ofi'ic- lul circles "that (he opinion of ibc country will lie found lo favor n re- publican form of government not 1111- oi Kingston. tbo most popular leaders In tho conn- j try will drawn Iho principal names! for llio commission which Kovernn the country, x .In any tvcnt the old regime ilead, tho foreign office today Informed (ho Associated and nolliliiK can res- urrect Jt. If the people ilocldc upon ;i monarchy It ivill IJQ a moniirruy-or Ihc most limited type, the mon- arch will lie Ktrlpprrl or nil the tra- ditional whifti to tho emperor nrnl lie will be little more than a ruler-In name only. LIEUT. DEEVER KILLED' London, March Voruon Hoover, c-f an licit hern killed, lie waa n son llnlpl lie-ever of Bromley, and was cilia-alec Mv. Loacy says Urnl Aniarlcan fasulos arc prepar- to como Canada aR HUOII as tlio war IB over. They nro hesllanl nlmut COIL In E vrhlle tins U'ar IB on. Some arc hesitating because they fear the (fixes un I lie laud will lie heavy alter the aro. Kradiiiilly uL all these wrong overrorno. Mr. J.osey himself was able to interest six families who- are now on lliolr way to tliiiv district to scttlo. VIOLATE NEUTRALITY Hague, 'via London, .March 10. Tho mysterious suandini; of several German 'submarines ulililn Dutch tor rllorlnl ivatorfi haa (Oven. rteo to con Elder of uneasiness. The M Tonight! Clean Your and Stop Headache, Colds, Sour Stomach. CJet a 10-cent bos Turn the rascals I bllionauc33, t Iho sick, sour 5 openly Hint the woro Ufilng Dutch! Style 220, Price and cho'sole 8ciilnUve in For every .figure the new of B. A I. are a revelation to thoit who haven't lien them and a dli tlnct over anything prev- Iduily altepipted In. Canada.' ''-Every model tn modern cafselry We Individual netdn of the multitude of wearers can be had In tht.Bla. FlJIed CarEet Line, .The coriet Is-designed to-con- Irol the lines of the body and to give that iallo'red look" whldh Im- 'partl Individuality 1o the wearer. Trill, the Blis-FIIUd CorseU ac- -oomplish by their great-variety of and measurements, among which a model can be found to cult figure. KING OPENS PARLIAMENT ntr; rune! i and Lad Iheni out tonlgbt anil ilicrn DHL with carets Millions ot men anil women take 2. Cascarot nov.rnnit then and never know Hie misery caused by a. lasty liver ;logRCfl haw'el.s, or an UJJSPI JJoti'l put In another ilav of UJ Let C'KEcarDls cleaiifie yrjur stomach; remove the sour, frniieiiiitig food; lake the cicoas bile from your livei a nil carry out all the constipated wasU [natter and poison in ilic bo wo IB Thcii you will feel preal. A CaacAret tonJHlit. siralKlitens yoi oui by niornlnc. '1'liey work while joi sleLip. A 10-ccnl box .rron) p.ny ilrii, lorn means a clear atom cli antl clean, hnnSttiy liver ction for monlhs. Cblldrnii love Caa- nrcls because they never srlpe or SI. John. N. H., Mai1. sink- ing of Ihc 'llritlsh stoamcr lU'A jy a. German Kuliuiarhic Mareh H innoiincod in the eattlo aivicca cclvca hy local agents today from owners of the veesel at. Helfos'l, lanrl, antt 1.7 iDein of the crew. Hie mos.sakc said, were stnc- The agents were advised lhat the chief officer. McCartney, and sixteen of the trcw wore lauilcil ami thsl two of these had rtlej oKexpo- surc. Nolliltn; was known regarding the fato of Captain Hoy and the oth- ers. The Hrayhead, owned hy Hie III Steamship company, of sailed from here for thnt port March 1 with a heavy cargo, XainJiiR Ihc farm Is not merely hit of woman's scntJinentallfiTn, H Is as prncllcal a lilt, of to the farm as a trade marh l.i to a manufacturer. ami plotted to do bodily harm aa tho result of 70! cfforls to do what you believed your duty, would you have tlic 10 nBr.icverc? it IB inore It physical courage which elves 'tl flev. I'bllli> Strong Iho power to'far jll Lhc-Hu dlHicultk'5 wlthoul flinchld He bellcvcri In.hEs heart that he I np In accordance with Hie _.ri of tlie Ulviue Master, and suupglca on In Ihc face of ove'nvhell Ing oiUU until Ills giea'. soul hurfiT from the weak liody In which It hj been housed. This In brfeE Is the Atory of Martyrdom of Plilllp adaptation of the ivorka of tne M. SliL'ldon, which 13 ti I'aramDunt L'lclurc at tho Starlaq lliL-aiiti tonight, only. London, Mar. 20. Telegraphing 'rom Hritisb hcadtjuartcrs In P'ranco, lleutcr's correspondent says: "The pace of tho Herman retreat Koems to have slowed clown consider- ably during thu inst twenty-four hours, n fnct for which Ihc very mild weather may well be responsible ciolenl gale lias been roarinp over norttiern Ftancc and is El III heavy, although IL his veered more lo ihe uorlli. wilh frequent fleetinj glimpses of EUiiEhiiie. Many rail over baltli area, bul these liavjj not sufficed render Ihn bad and itierc !s a What the Press i Agents Say Good Old Home-Made Family Cough Remedy AT THE EJIPHESS Patrons of Ihe Empress theatre will jc treated Lo tfic most startling orig- nal five1 reel motion picture ever iliown In ihls city, v.'hon '-'The Closed Door" will be shown at that Ilicatrc for (he InsL lime tonight. House I'ct- crs and Harbara TenimiU play (he leading antl-llic r'cture was di- rected by that net-r of European dr rcclors, Maurice Toumour, Is re sponsiblo Tor such blc world produc- "Sealed Lips" and "Trilby." Tliclr Kliip'Ocoi-Rc n'nil QuGen 'iirocccdinj? lo the opening House o'-Coinnions. TL Is noLablu that the spectators along IhR lino of route arn nearly all soldlcra. CALIFORNIA pr and keen dryiny edge in the Not Ins lauding the leinpcsLnouii weath- er, however, our troops have made considerable progress. "Followed roughly from tlio Eoulli '-.Arras, our front now runs through r on frifise of llio following laces: Hcaiirnlris, Mercalol, Holry ccfjuerclle, Itoycllcs, St. Lcgsir. Xory, aiilxlVraucoiirl, ncngny, Jlapliii- onrl, Uaraslre. Bus, Kiri- ourt. Moislaius, Pcrontie, Christ, 'oycnncs and Gaiilxy, lo Hip nciph- orhooj of Main, on the eastward bend I "Our cavalry anil infantry patrol re everywhere active east of tills ine. hold the lino of ilic Konnm n strength from Pennine j-outlnvan o Canizy. Our reconnaissances ua rols are active as far east as Mons several sectors be wceu Oapaumc atid-Arras, our cav ilry ninlniaincil-their (ouch with HID mein'y all day yestcrtlay. There was AT THE ORPHEUM CANADA'S FIGHTING FORCES an army goes thiougli iii ulak- iiiK GII all Lick undcv heavy shell fire can never be appreciated by one who his not had the experience, but sonic Shadow of an idea be gleaned from scoing moving picmros of Ihe event, tn "Canada's Fighting Forces, Scries which are lo lie shown "or two days nt Ihc Ornhcum llieatre, beginning on March 26, lliore IK a rc- narkablc picture oi n Canadian bil- gadc making au assault on an enemy position. The wild .passion of the men on Ihe allack anil the perfect, dis- maintained at all Limes Arc loo incongruous to be believed wilb- out having.ucen seen. Tho use of Iho new-fangled monification ol a very ancient weapon, tlio catapult, Is In- lorcslingly demonstrated in this ECC- liou of Ibc picture. Canadians ih the flying corps Is an- other portion the series, AT THE MAJESTIC Mayor Dfiiiiol Jfurpliy. principal male .character. of "Little Peggy finds himself uittcrly al gooil deal icavy of skinnistiing, but no Winnipeg, Man., Mar. lawa correspondent of the Wiiunpcg Telegram says: "Hon. Arthur Mcigli- cn, solicitor-general, cvpecls to leavo tomorrow night on a brief trip through to the coast. Sir. will inspect four wostijrji pcnitcntiaricij and will personally check up the cases of many prisoners who have applied for re- lease in order to serve in Ihc Cana- dian overseas nrmy. Hundreds of western convicts have asked To lie al- lowed lo" enlist. (ackeil by poiiiu-al enemies, who even lilni with dishonesty. He re- sents it only that il may not Iiavc the effect of hurling Hie people he loves, through him. How lie takos his own j life in hia lo stop a run oti a bank anil ciulct a mob that arc mon like a lot of wild animal.1; 'than crowd of liumDTi hov; he i allot down while to nring order Out of disorder, and how lie finally wins the love of charming Peggy O'Moore, forms a story oi absorhing intcrcat which lends itself especially well to stage reproilucllon. There are cnanccs lo laugh nt gooil corricily, there are chances to sEi up and 'clutch Hie arm of your orchestra clmir dur- ing tenso situations, and there are opportnniiics to exerl your guessing faculties womlcring how il is all com- ing out. "Little Peggy O "Moore" is -Tbs photo sliows (he helpless victims of Hun savagery as they arrived nt homecoming for-the British be-in who were retursilng to their native land; nee. Glasgow from Ilolyhcftd. II was a sad In most cases after, many years abso .EMBARGO LIFTED Winnipeg, Man., ,Marl rftll ways were notified today thai the Un itctl Stales railways had all lifted 'their embargoes oa fceishl, as a result of tho projected bis strike hcing callcrt off. The cmbargocji placed on Canadian roads in regard. 10 freight "destined, south, hcon removed. 26O Price In selecting any of these madila you hive at your dispos'at the of MRS. J. H.HOAB A SPECIAL 9. I. COHSETIERE FROM TORONTO, will be In tendance In our Coraet section all 117 1 Ihis Week And will give valuable aid in Ihc procuring o( the corset hett suited to your particular figure and will personally fit you. Miss Gamer on W4 THIRD.AVENUE SOUTH A.U.GT i ON SALE Farm Stock and On FRIDAY, MARCH 30th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK On Sec. 2-5-23, hyo miles cnsl :nul oiie and a half miles luYrlli of Spring' Coulee, The following: I Tron grey gtlding, age 7 years, weight 1400; sorrel gelding, age 4 years, woight 1400; I dark grey goading, age 6 years, weight'1400; 2 bay geldings, age B and 9 years, weight 2500; 2 scrrel flge II 12, weight 2-100; 1 bay gild- ing, age 10 yesre, weight bay gelding, aged, welaht I buckskin saddle pony, weight 1000; i larpc red cow, 1 whtta and red cow, 3 years old] also a few turkeys. FARM IMPLEMENTS: G good bundle racks; 1 cook wilh trucks; 1 Iftdisc HoosTcr press drill, good as new; 2 Cock- thuti gang pi owe, in order; 1 16-foot Massiy Harris packer, (n good order; Cochihutl disc 1 McCormlck binder, 8 fooV cutr In good order; 1 Knsaey Harris binder, 8 foot cut, in good order; 1 Dcering binder, foot cut, In good order; 1 itt Harrowed 10 foot; 4 rtts of good work-harr.css; 2 stacks of good at 'and many other articles. 10 or 15 Slore Hogs, weighing about may be also. Mr. Millar is leavtTig Spring Coulee and everything wilT be soFd, TERMS CASH LUNCH AT NOON. i HENRY MILLAR OWNER W. Farm Sale and Llvs Stock Auctionasr, Lelhbricfgc. Q-R-P-H--E--.U---M DAYS STARTINCi MONDAY 'Canada's Fighting No. 2 THESE PICTURES ARE GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY NEW AND ACTUAL SCENES FROM THE BATTLE FRONT- Prit-es: Children Adulfs 23 IJei'orc the bylaw providing for Ihc purchase of Iho V. M. O. A.' building hy tlio city and Ilic conscquenl roleas ng of the property hy the city to the Y" hoard wlH lift" approvcrt by the board of utilities, an amendment lo I be city fliartcr will have lo bo se- cured, making-H Icgnl for the rlly to; ako "over land'or which1 city sinking fund money has been loaned, and Iraso It lo any one. i ihc purport of a rcpoit submitted Lo Ihc council this morning hy City Dall, who had an Interview v.'ith Ihc utilities hoard on Ms last vlalt lo Edmonton, .Air. Hall was in- formcd, that board would not ap- prove tho by lav stands unless the council would apply for the amendment. Mayor Harrlic was somewhat dubious as lo whether4he council should aak for such wide powers as aro contain- ed In inc proposed anicndmrnt. Mr. I Bail pointed out. however Ihnt Ihc utilities boaril considered the plan lo buy Ihc "Y" as a city hall, ami ihen lo lease It back lo Ihc Y. 51. C. A. hoard, waa a subterfuge, so In the end Ihc council decided, to asfc for the STr.cr.tlmcnt. anfl MT. Brill vUl have It t.ul through Inc IcguilAtnrc Srith (he other amendments which a now .fora the municipal committee of Iho house. THEATRE 830 Sc-hvyn's A'niiiiiil Laiiijli Producer iiijane mm Saturday, March Muliuuu and Mght Matinee PriceK: Children Adults, 25c. Evening Prices )l, 75c, 5pc, Children 26c. Bttwr than Pea O' My TONIGHT HELEN HOLMES m "A Last of (he Lumberlandi" Other Good Pictures on This Pro gram- Prices lOc and ISc. John Raston Oranrl Master of thfl OmnEc GrAnd jxidgo of MBnltobi, _ tl_ LAST TIMES TONIGHT ROBERT '-.tONNESS MABEL TRUNELLE IN -MAKTYRDOJI. COMING WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS oii iii 'THK IIA1XBOW 1'KINCKSS" A Splendid Circus Picture in Five Acts ALSO A FIRST CLASS HEINIE AND LOUIE COMEDY PM PRESQ TONIGHT LAST TIME CLOSK ealurinB Barbara' Home A World Film Feature. Also "Timothy Dobbs.'Thal't "tomtdy.'