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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAIU'JI 22, 101.7 HIE I.FJHBIUDGK DAILY PAGE FIVE LOCAL US WERE 'IN All Indications Point To a German Revolt The following' loiter from Lleul. CliBB, Kerr, formerly of Iho LcLhurldga lells of a success- ful raid on a German trench niadu by 313lli boys, has been received by Mini iU'aracn'B Civic LctTilirldge, belinlC of tHe battalion attached to tho 43rJ, I wlab.Lo Uiank you very much Indeed for the comforlfi received to 'lay, Tbe Uoya appreciate your tlon, not so much Tor the Bplondhl girt knort'tng they am remembered b> at home I can aiiauro you thai our Lelbbrldite boys aro a credit to Ihd lliey-come from, and aro VcH tbouKbl of by thn cotrniaiiJtiin officer. inay be IntcreetlnE for yov 16 knov thaL on lue O: C. callhiR fo (o raid u Gorman Irene) everyone'of tho J13tlt boya came (or M'ard. The raid was a groat sncces. Heel our boys came tmck without a B SurpriAlngly Good I Cough Syrup Made at Home You'll never, rfAlly Vnow 1Kb ijrrup you can make until you jpftre tliii famous horac-njadc remedy. IEOU not' gnlj. ti compared with, tbe rwly-mtde kind, Lut you will also -more ufcctire anct dtriionclatilc remedy in cvcrr way. It overcomes the uiuil, throat, or chrst .colda in 24 even vrhoopiou fluickly. Gel- .ouncea of (50 vorlh) from any eood store, pour SI into a fcftlc and Jill [he IjolMc wilJi pliin eyiiip. Ulcrc .you have tfi familv -the most eilKlive uyrup.lbat money can a cost, of oitlv S4-_cipnls .'or less. -It never sppJJs. results given fcy coiijib syrup -have utt-u in morc'homci ,'thtn- anj-'cther It" .IOOKU 'dry; ritmrEe -or tiikt LjpalB the inr1i.Difd.iactDbrKnea.that lino Oie tbrofct and broocbial Lybfj, anil re- JiW cofcea Almost -immediately.' SpJcn- fpr'tliroat. hbafifaeM, chitfl, croup And bronchinl aathrat. is a highlv conccnlratei com- of 'flcnujne "Norway pine rzlracr, combined with giiaiacol ind ban In en tor', ceiertlions ior throat Avoid diHppoiDLmeiit ty askiug your ayj'punces of Pinei "ilh full ai'cctlonfl, aiid don't mccepl clfie. A oi or Booey riTomplly ut- eort with this Tic Tincx ToroBto, Ont. AUCTION SALE Arntlerdam, via London, March revolution In the air, It IK not surprltlng rumors are run- nlng around that Germany's turn come and that Berlin li al- ready In an uproar. One or two curious development tend to sup- port the that unueua) events are occurring ihere. FJrttly, these rumors ali appear to German unoffi- cial Quarters. speaking at a railway station when about to .board a train enroute for'Berlln a German democrat told trie corrcipondent he regarded Ihe' rumors as pos- jlbly partly Irue, riavlng large Intereits in Berlin he fett It ne- cessary to return thither immedi- ately m order to tee the actual state of affaire and take itepi ip protect hit interests. There has been a curious absence of private loiters from Berlin and Hamburg during the past few Newi- papiiru litre are taking a terlous vihw the rumon. CorreBpond- ents have gone to the frontier to endeavor to set of what it proceeding, It may be that one of DIG many hir ;ci' strikp.i on jjerjiapa a larger bcale .han'cvor before iirogress, hut all available InforniaUoir Ji wouUl seem by no meant likely Hint any revolution In Ilcrlfn would huvc IIUlo cliarico of HUCCCFK among old men who alono remain as civilians. Nevertheless, after what the German jrmy in I iicojilc have gone llyough liig ihc lwo years, )t uiusl not Riillrely out as Impossible that narl of the army at least might Join with Iho munitions workers. At moment of (Mings from Ihe frontier arc such In BuggcsL (tint thlngu arc Induetl giovc, (hough JID dclaJls fjlvcn, fs iiotowoi-lhy Hint only two days a nn official annoiitiecmcni was mado tlirDiiKlioiLL Germany of the rnlslnj, by 'JO per cent of the pvtee of potatoes ana other foadEtuffs, jnc'luillng rye nnd ulieal. Disaffection In Ranks London, What the Press Agents Say fiotn Hrlish A liny lleadiiuarier.s In France today, Jtcuicr's corrcsfjojiilciu says: Tlicrfi nre many stories of disaffection in the of Ihc (ler- nittiis. it is known'llial they arc find- ing difficulty in miuiitalninp (lielr food supplies during Hie rcli'eal, anJ that some of the Inter prisoners had not anything Eomo lime. s Price Mentioned lly Ag'l Cpuncil Alost Fair To Western Fanners -Jgiiry, Martli W, of thp Canadian council of nKi'icuHui'O ulso president of Iho Itp [utcs'k CJnlLed' FarniorB. of Aliterta when nbou'ii the statement of Kir Ucorge K. mi the wheat qnenlon said he did uiiyihtne In It tr 'make lilni chunfic his mlml rcgartl Ihc attitude which the council J taken In rejecting ihe oiler when' ll uohslderoil by Ihc (onnell at It? licgina Tiicctfng. Mr. Wood look uj> the staLcnicnt consceullvcly and fir .si touched on which was jwitl lo Australian farmers. Ihore does liol appear Soldiers to Get Refund of Taxes; Will Be No Change in Moratorium e (ju Lhls and Iho., Canadian govtrnmeiv offer It Is jnorc aiiparcnl titan real Bahl Mr. Wood. wheat Is lakeri over on a "full" average (j ily" Js souieUilue verj rllffcrent front tho slrict grading to which Canadian -wln-at Is tubjtclcil i there [s a very wide f. Internal frelgln ratei Kilnionton, March .tbc gov- ernment will liilro'cluce during Lhci >rcsenl ficssibn of llin'Icgtfllalurc n )lll (o giro every 'municipality, ivlie- hcr cittcB, towns, local, improvement Hslricls or rural nmntcipaltllea the irivilcgc of rcbalhiB ln''ivholf; or in tlie taxes" standing agutiist known as ifio'rnoralorlum, (lie t lion asked for n general moralorlunij a reduction Iii the rates of intercut and that the personal covenant enould be slriick out. Tliu.se matters Ihe premier stud would have serious con- sideration. Dr. Darling saiil that they rcpre ianil owned tbe soldiers at thclscnled residents In ]iro- rront, was the announcement hmtlc fhis morning by lion, Wilfrid minister or hiunicipalilies, ar Ihc slt-f LtiiB of the municipal law committee, when Ihc bills lo amend [hc'Calgary and Lothbrldgo city charlcrs is'crc1 under coiisitlcrntioii. Tho occasion of thn announcement was n clause .In Ihe Calgary bill in relalia'n to (lie property against.' which' tax ccvlifi- cates would be" sold. The .clause slaml.s for rcdraflinK so' as not to conflict with the principle of the moratorium. "N'o change is contemplated In (he present moratorium in regard lo Premier SiTlon Informed a deputation of the Alberta Protective 1ml waited the gov- rnnicht'lhifi" ..Very strong e presentations, he had" been made that the act was boin? made use of by people'who had nb. military as- pirations otherwise, and ivere doing so absolutely for the purpose of standing iff creditors- There" might be 'cases Farm Stock and Implements Oii; Friday, March 30Hi Commencing at One o'clock ON [SEC. 2-5-23, 2 MILES EAST 'AND MILES NORTH Or SPRING COULEE. The following: 1'lron groy getd- age years, weight 1400; 1 torrel gelding, tge 4 years, weight 1400; 1 dark grey gelding, age G yean, weight 1400; 2 bay geldings. 6 and 9 yean, weight 2500; 2 geldings, age 11 and 12, weight 2400; 1 bay gelding, age 10 yiart, weight 1100; bay gelding, weight 1500; I buckikfn pony, weight 1000; 1 large cow. milking; t white and rec DOW, 3 old; alto few turk eya. Farm Implements: 6 good bundle raoki; 1 cook ear, 10x24, with 1 11-dlic Heosler presi drll good a> new; Z Cockchutt gang In gftbd order; I Matwy Harris packer, in goovhlch [hi Australian fanners ha a FO far n: In Australian farnitrs has so Tar a the actual net price he gels for his whcnl at tho fiirtn. Tlio matte Ijoltoins Tor (ransportlng Ihls whea must also be considered ami there i every -possibility that Australia) t noL lie available until afte the war, ivhc'rcas the Cnnadlan cro] i.s as soon threshing I vlnce, and cited a iiumbcr of cases Jlial had come under the notice ot tho association. In the city of Kdmonton they had found that the mother of a soldier now in the trenches was about lo be dispossessed of home." It wns hi her name Liil tiic money had becb paid by her son until he had Dr., commenliiig orr transaction, said that t legal firm nndcrlBking such business should be put out of business. Si [ton pointed out thai cpression hail started before Ihe war. There was going to lie a clean- up ot flclltloiis values. To interfere with legislation in regard to contracts and matters of -the Xind -the -deputa- tion -brought under.thc' nolifle o[ the governmeiU wns very serious. When people uEfced to have the.law tliantcd they in cant a rnorfitorliini Ilia I affected cverybod.v else, liui-l'liat'lliey should liave liberty to collect their wages iind UIR nionc'y due the expecting, the loan companies and hanks not to completed and 'a comparatively shor haul as Australia: can be nfaileT iFarnicrs1 Offer Fair One "I have recently notlcetl quotation from Liverpool in wMch Canadian Kt 1 Xortliern wheat was given as tiein. worth 32 cents above- the Tlriils AT STARBAND Ann ['cimltigton, (he diminutive ancer, HI a do her Initial appearance n IssL nigiit In "The Italn- I'rliiL-cRs" anil wjlliout doubt has brrself 3-4 a favorite will) novle iuj pkiure Is an Inucna- on, showing at> it rloes a complete Irene from ihc freaks In lliu aUlc- Iiows lo the bicycle riding on a tight 'Ire and the balloon ascension ami araclmtc ih'sccnL A runs ihfDiighoiJL Hip sloiy and licro aru sufficient thrills and cojn- dy 10 please ilie most In Friday and Saiimlay Kim jail Voting will appear In the first Sclznlc supor "The Common Ity Robert W. Chambers. AT THE .ORPHEUM Timely Interest Is lent to the i ll'l views 'of.the work of Canada's ilrdtncn overseas to lio shown at the Oriiheum theatre next week hy Hie announcement, from London thai an she will ImncrfiDiiatP (lie loading role n "Jler Suul'H Inspiration." The part vitKH Hall will play Is one Jor she li almost, hi cully rote of a Joyously happy 'Htllo girl, who "Ijoii, music In her Her hoy cle nlsli disposition en- lurc'I even through troubles enough n break tho hearl of most lllllo this particular ISlllc girl had nn jjJred Houl and !hnl helped her over ihe rough Bpoia, Tonight's show, 'Tho Mysterious C.'hlM." GLYCERINE AND DARK PREVENT APPENDICITIS 'Ihc simple mixture nf buckiliorn bark, glycerine, etc.. kiiosvn as Artler- i ka, astonishes I.ethbrUIge people. Flora use Adler-r-hrt on HOTIf low- r-r and upper howel, OXK SPOOXKUL relieves almo.st AN'V CASK consllpa lion, sour stomach or gus. It such eurprlaJng foul matter that n fttf doses often relieve or prevent ap poudk'llls. A abort treatment helps chronic titamat'h trouble. Thn STANT. easy action of Adler-1-ka is Illglnhoiham 4. Ca, Druggists, I, el )j Advertisement. Tforl Is nent belni made to unite the aviulorfi from Llio Dominion Into corns bearing, the Maple Leaf. Mary )C thn nioai IntcrcsUng strips of film in Kighdne Forces" donlj' with tlic work of thn daring L'anutka >i'ho have demoiiElrated i Uiat the world produces no aviator.-1 who can aurpasb them in shlll and courage. Lieut. Du'ycr, the pholo- j phei1, ascended with one or the i Might lieutenants, an old friend of Iris I frrai Hrith, j Columbia and took some J Vi'rivs of I as well us of othnr .-.oropUints I a'. ktilfttats varying from V.OoO feet. "Danmged will be nho'wn of Iho Api-il "Damaged (iootls" pictures the terrible conse- quences, of vice and the physical ruin that of Ihc moral law, a slirrlng plea for a pure life he- Tore marriage In' order lo nmko im- possible Ihc transmission of: heredity UJnta to future generations. AT THE EMPRESS Ella Hall will again appear in DIuc .._.........________ photoplays at the Km pi-ess 'price. 1.S2 which would brine Canad- on Friday and Saturday when Ian wheat up lo snirl Mr. Wood. vAdd this 32 cents to the olfer of the Canadian goxprriinent and look what .1 difference it leaver lo Ihe (lisadvanl- of fhe Eanuera oE the doininior id even at .Ihc price at which the Canadian cou: H" puts trierri ;td vantage. To Uic New AiTiviil lor a Home, New arrivals lo the clly nro finding it very difficult to" locate ;i lionio. To those who arc suf- fpriiiB from this Inconvenience ami have a little money I Hiive a Splendid A beautiful little home aliiul- cil In a desirable part of Ihc city on a 50 foot lot, Urge airy rooms, all modern conveniences, Eootl repair, comfortably fur- nished. All ready to ivalk Into, wlifc-h can he tiaiidletl with Cash BalaJice Easy Terms, This >vlll get you out of your difficulty and will make you money on the liny. Call am" sec mo full particulars, FRANK WAODINGTON 5. 0, E. Building Phone 770 10th Street 5. To The Pdblicjtj: WHEN IN STOP AT THE HOT AND COLD SHOWER BATHS FREE ROOMS. BILLIARD TABLE, BOWLING ALLEY, SWIMMING POOL AND FIRST CLASS READING HOOM IN CONNECTION. WANTED (iil'oi'iiuUian ahou( Tlios. S. t Ihc price at wliich ihc luncil.pr jKrli'ulluri' [ixcd, iii 'alii! at a distinct dig- ''I have it on good cou- (inued Mr. Wonrt, (lie Ilritish grain commission expressed their willingness to make an offer ot J1.50 as a- minimum price for: Ihe crop of 1918 and a maximum of 12.00 for Xo. 1 .at Fprl William as llicir basis of operations for tliat crop. So far Sir George Foster lias not made it clear that the crop o not lake Ihc f -13 l-i at ;the.-aame 'price- "Tak- ing into consfderatlDii Ihc general hish prices nrevailinp for all supplies, Ihc high ivagcs that will have lo be that kind, adtled-the premier, but lect llielr money. They forgot that a he government had "not considered it new country .wanted loan companies 1---1-- necessary at this particular time, in tivcstigate IKe personal reasons of i teoplc'who Joined .ihe militia. "We he commented, "It is .Tor a jatriolic _ In addition to requesting that Ihcrq should be no change In the act Tor relict ot volunteers, and reservists anil Lanks lo help Us clcvclopmenl, and would particularly-require-, such -liclp after the war. It [he war liacl not come they would have had many ot MIR same kind of hardships and Ihc war had increased the urice of farm products from wliicii the cities nun towns had received assistance. to all concerned. CONFERENCE TO SETTLE THE IRISH QUESTION London, March Bonar chancellor of Ihe exchequer, in- formed the House' of. Commons today Ihat (he government Is considering ho advisability of calling a confer- once including reprcscnlatlvfi3 of Hie. lonitnlons lo formulntc a settlement of the Irish question. Quebec, Mareli hundred .strikers, lahorcrs employed on the coiislrncllon of tlic now shops of the Italia Bay Pulp and Lumber C'o. nl Hagolville, ten inllc.s from Clncoutimi, have resorted to violence anil arc lets ot the plants. They liavo stopped all Ira flic, on the street car system there. A detachment ot IS provincial police have licen rushed to the scene. The men struck last Monday on n salary question. Militia may he called onL as Ihe striker.: arc irmcd, _- Witli a vier lo bringing the school system of China up lo American standards n Chinese government com nlssion i.s studying ihc educational progress of the Philippines. PYRAMID For Piles Trial Free ORPHEUM Coming Monday CANADA'S FIGHTING FORCES The Store Satist'aHioii. riioue Dairy Butter, per Ib. 35c Tapfoca, per Ib. Freth Eggs, dozen 20 Ib, SacV of B. C. Sugar and bars of Gold Soap, both (2.00 Regal Table Salt, pkg...... lOc Quaker Oats, 2 pkgs.......45c Western Sodae, Reg. 10c, Spec- ial 4 30c' Crisco, per tin 40c Peas, per tin 15c Corn, 2 tins lor........... 35c lOc Clark's Soup, per tin Fry's Cocoa, Ib. tins 15c Half Ib. tins 25c Tomato Catsup, 2 Ib. tins.. 15c Castile Soap, 8 bars 25c 'Oatmeal Soapj 10 bars 25c Sauer Kraut, per tin 20c Pumpkins, per tin ___.....20c Strawberry and Raspberry mixed with apples, 4 Ibs, 50c WE GUARANTEE ALL GOODS AND YOUR MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED. WE HAVE AND SERVICE. NORTH TRADING CO. SUPINA SON, Props. 230 13th STREET NORTH Will any jicrson any- thlJig about him kindly send in- formation to flox SO, Herald? BS-3 ELLA HALL IN Her Soul's Inspiration' Brilliant Bluebird Photoplay AT THE EMPRESS TOMORROW The (lulrker Oel Fiee Trial of IMIr che 4er. It In Von .Ire For. LIBERALS REPHOVE MONTREAL BOARD Montreal, Jlarcli n meeting held last night tho Junior Liberal association went on record as reproving" Ihe hoard'of trade for having pass- nd ihc resolution on Ihe government to enforce the militia act. FREE SADPLE COUPMI PYBAMID DRUG Kl Pyramid nuUdlnE-, Marshall. Midi. scnfl mo a Free sample, of Prrnmld file In ptain wrapper. i Milk "3KYLIGHT SLEEP" HEINIE AND LOUIE COMEDY LAST TIMES TONIGHT Ann I'dintiigUni in "THE RAIM1OW PKINCESS" A Splendid Paramount Circus Drama ORPHEUM COMING Desirable Home For Sale No. 92Q IQlh Street South Especially wtll built cottage, built and occupied by the late Mr. Frank Cline. Lawn, fence, trees, vines, verandah, cement walks. Fully modern, full batement, steam htot, laundry In 'basement. In- terior well .flinched and the whole place m first class con- dition. Apply to the Trusts Guar- antee Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, Ad- ministralors Late F. Cline, or H. Ostlund, Solicitor (or the same- Milk supplied from Tndividua cows that have pasted th tubercular test by the govern Cream WANTED Highest prices paid for No, Cream and Check Sent far Eat Shipment by Return Mail. Milk MILK AND ChEAM DELIVERED DAILY. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 152-1 WJ1 7th St. S. .r-.f MAJESTIC THEATRF Three Days Commencing Monday Night, March 26 MATINEE WEDNESDAY ONLY.-2.30 Clune's Lavish 10-Reel Cincma-Drflmatic Production feet of Gripping Photo- drama; Gorgeous Scenes; 200 Thrilling Episodes, OF THE Harold Bell Wright's Famous Story of Love and Adventure POSITIVELY THE FINEST PRODUCTION Of a Popular Romance Ever Made. Reserved Seats All Performances Evenings 75c, 50cr Z5c. Seats Now On Sale Matinee, 50c and Canada's fighting forces11 THESE PICTURES ARC GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY NEW AND ACTUAL SCENES FROM THE BATTLE FRONT.- Prices: Children lik Adulls Chs Chaplin "IN BEHIND THE SCREEN A surprisingly funny sketch of. life 'n a Motion Picl'ii're Studio. A gliinnse Into the Hie of thc.aV slstant director of a motion picture company, Charlie3 upscU aH 'of Ihn 'acts" and Ihe attractive -Edna dons overalls ami helps him. Also the Special Feature "The Lure of with Alice Brady In the leading role. MajesticTheatre Saturday March 24th Matinee and Night.' Kvciiiiijj.l'n'ces: SIM' Chihlrai 2.H-. 'ItclJcr "Fes-O'. My. Heartt ;