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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THUns'DAY>MAnCH 2t, 1918 TIIE LETflBniDGE DAILY IIF.RALD PAGE FrVB Sir Thos. White Too III To Attend Session at Present pitttwu, March 21.-Sir Robtn-l Uor-Hon In n Btatomoiu to tlie liouso this nftenioon sald,^ tUo comlltlou of Sir Tliomas White's health would necoBsl-tftto his absoiieo from the hofiso during the session. Ho Intimated that the minlatoi" would not oijjoct to being roUoved of his duties hut that he had boon rconosled to contl;m'e as mlnlfttor. SIrllohort promised a further atatomont later on. TIio premier also read the following cable;;ram from Sir Edward Konip In rofference to otttcorH and men employed at the I�}ndou, Kiiglaud, hcadauar-lers of the .Canadian Kspodltlonary force; "Of .seventy six otfloers and 209 other ranks employed at Avgyle Honse RB officers and 128 other ranks have Rcon Bervico In the field, the i^roat mnjorlty of whom wore evacuated owing to the woiyids. Sixty-four of the other ranks without overseas aervico nro nt present unfit for general service. On becoming tit thoy Immediately will ho replaced' by^ roturned casualties. May I direct attontion to the fact Hint the officers in charge of this rpaponslblo work at Argylo liouso are men of high reputation. They are Canadian citizens whoso names for the most part are household words In Canada; generally they have abandoned ocoupalions at great sacrifice" to perform a service tor their country. Heads of brnnche.s have seen ser.vice at the front and they are continually pressing claims to be freed from onerous, difficult and cxaetlng ta.sk3 which thoy have to deal with at headquarters in order that they may return to the front." Sir Sam Hughes; "May I ask �whether or not that Includfca officers and m TION : VINOL MAKES And Invigorates Old People Any doctor will tell you that the ingredients of Vinol as printed below contain the elements needed to im-, prove the health of delicate children' ^d restore strength to old people. Cod Liver and Beef Feptonos, Iroa Ammonium Cftrnte. Limo und Sod� Clyccrophotphatca, Cucarla. Those who have puny, ailing or run-down children or aged parents may prove this at our expense. Besides tho good it does children and the aged thpre is nothing like Vidol to restore strength and vitality to weak, nervous women and overworked, run-down men. Try it. If you are not entirely satisfied, wc will return your money without, question; that proves our fairness and your protection. Millions of people have be�n convinced this way. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Druggists, Lethbrldge Also at tho best druggists In all Alberta towns. ' (%lfi:ary, Mar. 2I.--"Wliereaa: The country Is taciiiK � snrious problem in relation to the rif^HiiiiilRtion of tho returned soldier into common lite, and "Whereas: Tho government has taken steps towarriH Hin colonization of aoHicrs. Be It llii *l* *> C� O What the Press Agents Say of the _niost .successful productions over offered there have been exceed-od, week tor week, and month for month, since the play's advent. Daniel Frohmnn i.s sponsor for the special Canadian company organized for the presentation of "Seven Days' lycave" on this .side. AT THE ORPHEUM "Jler Father's Keeper," with Irene Hamley and Frank Currier Is the feature at tho Orpheum-tonight. There is also a big Triangle comedy. AT THE EMPRESS "Bought and Paid For,"-a great j)ic-ture ^ascd on the vindication of the rights of^a wife, will be shown again tonight and on Saturday at the Eni-pr, This picture features: Alice Brady, and slipws tlie struggles of a wife to overcoTne tho weakness of her husband. AT STARLAND "The Painted Doll," the ot the Huasian Art Films to ho shown in tho city, with Ivan JMozukin.'a fore-moat dramatic actor In the leading roio, supported by Tanya Fetner, a beautiful and accoujplliihed young llus-'3ian actress, and Natalia Lesienko, the great 'vampiro' actress, will bo the feature at Starland toniglit. This picture is well worth seeing. The cast is a strong one, and tlie acting Is sup-orb. One might find fault with tho I)hotogrnphy and lightings of tho pic-lure, also there is rsther too much interior .stuff, but the .story doe.i not leml itself to outdoor scenes. The story is exceptionally go.od. On Friday and .Saturday "Straight Shooting,"' a Butterfly feature, will be shown, and as far as can bo gathered from a synopsis of tlio story, it promises to abound wHh action and thrills. GENCO LIGHT The most complete, moderately priced farm Ught> ing equipment in the world. ::::::: Coniult the Dealer In Your DIetrlct: E. A. Sharman Co., Lethbrldfla .John T. Wlllard - � - Taber A. P. Ve�le - - - �  Warner Allison A. Sim - - New Dayton Wllmot 41 Menderton, Bow leland. 8. Baxter......Cardaton B. M. Smith.....- Nobleford Burnap A Monde - -  Barona A. N. Molntyre > -^Carmanoay 8. f. SIcklee    - Macleod Joe. H. DaM . � - Clareeholm WiiLHEBE SECRmU.F.I\.? Calgary, llarch 21.-#Aji announcement lu tlie cjirrent issue 6t the Grain Growers Ouifle that H. Higginhothani of the staff of that paper lias been appointed .secretary of the XJnited Farmers of Allmrta, succeeding P. P. Wood-bridge, resigned, came as-a surprise to officials of tho organization here who said they had heard nothing of It. President Wood Is not in the city today. ? GERMANY STRONG FOR > PEACE London, March 21.-Semiofficial negotiations are on foot between Germany and the entente in which GerDiany is displaying ;i stronK inclination for peace, the Catholic newspaper Nieuwabladvan Hetzeu-den says it has learned, tho Central News correspondent at Amsterdam reports. With the Fingers! Says Corns Lift Out' Without Any Pain Sore corns, hard coThs, soft corns or any kind of a corn can shortly bfi lifted right out with the fingers If you will apply directly upon the corn a few drops of froezone, says a Cincinnati authority. It is claimed that at small cost one can get a quarter ot an ounce ot free-zone at any drug, store, which is sufficient to rid one's feet of every corn or callus withont pain or soreness or the danger of infection. This new drug is an ether compound, and while sticky, dries the moment It is applied and does not inflame or even irritate tho surrounding tissue. The announcement will interest many women here, for It Is said that the present high-heel foofnvear ia putting corns on practically every woman's feet.-Advertisement. AT THE MAJESTIC Quite the most welcome news of the season theatrically is that of "Seven Days' Leave," tlie big London military comedy, now in its tentii month at the Lyceum' Theatre, London, to be seen hero at the Majestic tomorrow night (Friday) for an engagement ot one night only. Everybody familiar wltii the tb--of the other side since the beginning ofllie war, knows the place in theatre-going affoctlon in Jx>ndon of this novel reflex ot life as it is In London and its environs today.. Since its first production at tho I^yceum Inst January, seats for the London performances liave been at a premium. Bo.K office receipts exceeding '$20,00C weekly have been tho rule rather than I'nfe exception. Even the phenbmonal receipts ii^. London ot "Ben Hur", one friday and saturday HARRY CAREY "STRAIGHTSHOOTING" special comedies" for the children saturday matinee LAST TIMES TONIGHT. IVAN MOZUKIN AND TANYA FETNER IN >THE PAI^ITED DOLL" Aleo -15^ "that DOGGONE 000" FOR UP TO DATE House, Sigti and Auto Painting SEE G. T. brinkaU & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS^ Wo eell the Empire Ready Trim-med Wall Papere. s �' � " Office and'St^op!' Next Doer to s Herald Otflee. ^ ANCHORDONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Aflenta or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipea- BOBLODG UNION MADE OVEftALLS SHIRTS & GLOVES MAJESTIC "'^"onLy"'^^ TDAY MARCH, 22nd WALTER C. JORDAN &ROBERT G^PDEU: . .PRESENTT^^DIGIONDON^-NEWVORKSUCCESS THERC8USnc/^iLiTmCC/l�Dr 'd tMB By Walter Hov/fiRo "CARRYON-CARRS'QN'^ ' -  [SrfffRtNcnhc Rco Biooo Wrrft Th/ffUs 1 NO^ORRO/fS^NO BfiTTLE SCCNtS^ Not a Movina Picture. Prlcee $1.50. �1.06. 7Be. A)c. " . SEATS ON SALE NOW WlOO^-Sanitary Minute Chu rn m mi /.;  iml Chums sweet or .sour cream In from one to five minutes. Capacity two gallons , cream. to churning., j No wood to rot -all glass. A labor saving churn. A child can do tho �work-just fun for tho boy, he will want you to churn, every day. > It iB self cleon-Ing. After testing less ^than one-sixth of one per cent, butter fat left In buttermilk. Pays for Itself > ia efficiency. rMPRESC m\ TONIGHT L J tmmM POSITIVE 10o-25o Alice Brady In Qeorue Broadhurat's Famoua / ''Su'cceea BOUGHT AND PAlDFl)R SEV.E^ REELS- "You are mp wife, I houRht and paid for'you." "SUDS OF LOVE," a brand new 2-reel Fox Comedy. MAJESTIC THEATRE EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY Apnl lst-2ncl SPECIAL ATTRAaTION (FOR CHARinx A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL � ' PRESENTED BY MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARiy Popular Prices^.... _______..... 75c� SOe, 25c! Seata may be reserved at Jheatre Box Off lee in exchange ftV tickete ^whlch are new on'^aale by membera of the Company.t^lM' Office open for thia purpose Saturday, March 30th. .  Kusline & General SspplyCtmpn;, Ltd. DISTRIBUfORt FOR ALBIRTA P. O. Box 190 < Lethbridae, Alberta Live Ocalera Wanted In Bvary Town ORPHEUM TONIGHT IRE|4E HANLEY. AND FRANK BARRIER IN "HER FATHER'S KEEPER'* How a butterfly daughter of a'pewerful financier makM^oopdln the builn -W9rld. Aleb a Big Triangle Comady and WMkly. < ?46334 080870 ;