Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, MAHCH 20, 11)18 the LETimmnr.e daily herald Borden Says in Ilcply Thai Nothing Would Please Him Hotter 2 GILLETT'S LYE MAS NO EQUAC It net only eoftne the water but doubles the cleans-'lr�B power of aoep, end mahee everything eenltary and wholesome. Rsruae euBOTiTviTEa. field of honor, in those who made glory ol 'our coiiiilr.v ill. the prion of llic most i notable sacrifices and also to linvn resignation of i ,.f..,,iaine. In Ills letter lo Sir Robert Bonloii, Mr. Sc.vigny tells ol' I he many difficulties encountered by the premier and liis colleagues since [he beginning of the war and goes on to say in reference to the recent election: "The vote of confidence in oiir policy is cortainly n ^reiit. consolation to me, notwithstanding the defeat I have suffered in my province. Another con-e la'lon 1 experience, is to have ie-' siued true to those who fell on the I "1 hope, dear Sir Koherl, that the French-Canadian minority will soon consent to have represenlation in the government. "Host assured that, Ihn great majority tit the. l-'reuch-Canadians want, representation in the government and that you will soon learn (lint, the province of Quebec does not. wish its isolation." Would Like Him Back In his reply the prime minister said: "As you well know, it. has been my constant desire, that, the historic, province of Quebec should at. all times be adequately represented in Ihe government of the country. If my eflorts have been unavailing I am not rcspon- PAGE FIVE Sir Robert Borden Has Introduced Resolution Covering Necessary Vote Easter Offerings from our Grocery Department for Wednesday- Gold Seal Milk. Regular 2 for 45c Wednesday. 2 for ...................... Apex Appl? and Strawberry and Raspberry Jam. Regular 75c. Wednesday ......... Lennox Soap. Regular 4 for 25c. Wednesday. 9 for ...................... 3 lb. pails Pure Lard. Regular $1.15. 1 1 Ol Wednesday ........................... 1�1W 5 lb. pails R. C. Syrup. Regular 65c Wednesday 40c 69c 50c Regular 85c. 4 lb. pails Marmalade. Wednesday ...... Ontario Cheese. Regular 35c lb. Wednesday, 2 lbs.............. Large Fresh Lemons. Regular 50c. Wednesday .................. Finect Grape Fruit. Regular 15c. Wednesday, 2 for ............ Small St. Chas. Milk. Regular 10c. Wednesday, 3 for 77c 65c 45c 25c 25c -i;. Canada's war "� \oteii this season loiml not exceeding liobert Hordcn has i resolution asking hori/.e this expendi- use my best endeavors for the consummation of such arrangements as would enable you to remain in the government.'' Evening Sittings The house agreed to a motion pro- i viding lor evening .xiltings on Wednes- ! dav commencing alter Wednesday,! April ::. and the inking of Wednesdays ! ""solved, " is expedient, to and Thnrsdavs for government busi- i provide that a hi, not. exceeding irter thin date . i Sr.llli.OliO.OOO he giant...! to HiH Majesty j toward defraying nay expenses that i may be Incurred I v or under the .authority of the gic. i-riifii- in council during the year ending .March Ottawa. Man !i appropriation "> will be for an ai irnoo.noo.ooo. sir given notice .if parliament lo aw tare. It is as foil. Resolved, lliai defence and securitv of ncss after that date. Violate Red Cross Rules Sir Hubert ilorden then read a mcs sage from Sir hid ward Kemp embody ing a censored despatch from Mr. Kol- , and Mill from the war cori'espondeiu I ' in France, dated March 2li, in-which I ,. ', he. stated that, "deliberate violation of : Lal, ?' the fled Cross rules' marked the open- | On Jhn conduct ,,f naval or military lug of the Huns' much advertised great ! operations in �,,..) beyond Canada, western offensive. Long range guns of I lie Germans have searched out hos-1 pitals which What the Press Agents Say fraction at th.> Majestic. This is a. >mrr in "On Trial" with a skill unusual most iniirvelloin production, ami has j to one of her years, but. not surprising nuh'ic who have. have been established over two years. The Canadian casu- sible for that result. I should esteem laity clearing stations which have work- in y duty as well as my pleasure to Recognizing this truth, the . proprietors oj Zam-Buk compounded their great balm on nature's lines. Zum-Buk contains only healing herbal essences, but instead of using them in crude form, in Zam-Buk lliese essences are purified and concentrated. Take Mother Nature's finest healing extracts. Add all that modern science can do in the way of concentrating, purifying and making antiseptic these essences,andthe result isZam-Buk. Don't you believe that roots and herbs arc the healers intended for man ? If you do, you get these in Zam-Buk. 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Brave Nurses The despatch goes on to say that it iij hard to make an operating hut lightproof so the Hun bombers night after night drop their bombs around hospitals. Under such conditions, Canadian nurses and British stuck it through the great battle which ended with our troops winning Passehen-daele. Although some of them had to be sent south to whore there was a haven for tiie nurses. AT STAKLAND The largest aviary in the world was used during the filming of (leraldine Karrar'.s first. Artcraft cinema spec-, , _ ,. ., ,. , itacle, "The V."(iman God Forgot," ��) Promoting he continuance of | h starland for the | trade, induatiy and business c.ommun- � lIniL>s ,,,,,,_ icat.ons wild Her by means ol insin- nllII10C1. of tll0 ,srr.ncs snnw ,he roVcrHsk V ""a' nSkS;��K� Private -intming pool and gar- nrii �, ,� i'lon "f Montezuma's daughter. Tlii? fd) Jl.e nut ol any mens- espeHallv built for the pro-, ures deemed n--s =ary o .-advisable , \ containing j by Ihe governor m council in consc- .. . . ... " ........ 1 quence of the cm �:, ni,. (1f a stale of never before been shown in Southern Alberta. A great part of the scenes v. ere actually photographed on the bolioin of the ocean. It is not to be a-trol vessel ran on the rocks off Seitu-ate, Mass., last night and is a total loss, the navy department today was advised. All the crew was saved and considerable small material was taken off. =$3 - Look at the Acadia Block [|AVE you sufficient FIRE INSURANCE to cover the present value of your BUILDING, STOCK or HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS ? We will be glad to advise with you and are prepared to place your Fire Insurance in strong reliable companies. R. V. Gibbons & Co. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block Montreal. Mi".!: 2i>. -An important judgment was i'l-nd.-red yesterday by the Railway C'onimisiiioii in which the milling interests of .Montreal won a point against, 11>� railways, the commission ortlerim: that proposed additional charges be disallowed. The application was made on behalf of the Ogilvie, Domini n and St. Lawrence Flour Mills regarding the transit arrangement on LY.'.in milled at Montreal and re-shipped to points on the Canadian government railway, also to Halifax, for export. After hearing argument in the cas:1 the following judgment was issued: "It. is ordc-i.yl that the transit arrangements at Montreal applicable to grain from western Canada handled by the Canadian Pacific Railway via the all-rail or lake or rail route, the products of which are re-shipped to destinations on or via the Intercolonial railway, or for export via Halifax, which were sought to be cancelled and withd-awn by the said railway company, be continued on a uniform basis of a charge of two cents per 100 pounds for the stop-over services at Montreal, the said charge to be an addition to the published tariff from Port Arthur and Fort. AT THE ORPHEUM , How a little eastern girl was taken j prisoner by a rough man from the i west, was nursed by him back to | health and happiness, and then re- j leased to go back to her parents, is ; told in William Fox's latest, screen ' play-, "The Beast." At. the Orpheum. The story starts with David Man- ; ning (Herschel Maynll). master of millions, whirling through the western I country in ills special car, to view I some of his mining holdings. Sir ; Charles Beverly I Edward Coc.il t. his j guest, falls in love with Manning's beautiful daughter. Mildred (Anna! Luther >. Sir Charles' one object in | life is lo gain the Manning millions, j The girl is not enthusiastic about this ; typical Briton, who is ever at her cl- I how,--even when the special halted ; by a slight wreck ahead, she goes for n little jaunt afoot: to view the typical western town of Gopherville. Countless Women find- that when suffering from nervousness, sick headache, dizzy speils and ailments peculiar to their sex- nothing affords such prompt and welcome relief, as will follow a few doses of iIn- critics and been following her work during the past year. Her screen experience began when she was a. baby in arms, she having played with several companies throughout the East. Essanay discovered her adaptability, however, and promoted her rapidly until she now J* without doubt the best known child actress on the screen. Ses her at the Empress tonight. FMPRESjjJ TONIGHT & TOMORROW at the majestic Vaudeville and pictures will be on the bill at the Majestic tonight and again Wednesday night, the vaudeville being filled by the Great Nelson (to. i H The feature picture is another of the popular Goldwyn productions. "The rates . Floor Below" in which dainty Mabel William Xormand is starred. A proven women's remedy, which assists in regulating the organs, and re-establishing healthy conditions. Beecham's Pills contain no habit-forming drjig -leave no disagreeable after-effects. They are- Nature's aid to better Health Dintlioiof SptdtlVnllet�W�iM�ltt�Hl mitn k�l Sulci everrwhare. In Iioxm, 25c. or from the lake ports as the case, may I On Thursday, Friday and Saturday,! be, to the destination of the products ; with daily matinees at U.oO and even- j of the said grain." ; ing performances at 8.30, the world's This order, it'was announced re-; wonder film "Twenty Thousand Eea-1 sc.inds the previous order in the same j gues Cnder the Sea," will be the at-1 regard given in February of last year, j 1 In connection with the vocational training school for returned soldiers the following re-trained men will be available on ihe dates stated: 2 .Motor Mechanic available March 25; 4 April la; S May 1. ;! gas engine operators available March 25; 4 April 1; 6 April 15; 2 Telegraphers April 4; 2 May 1; 4 commercial May 15. Anyone requiring their services please communicate with Institute of Technology and Art, Calgary, or District Vocational Officer, 511 Beveridge building, Calgary. Another li~t .will be sent out early in June. H | Children m like I CROWN BRAND | OORN'S.SlfRDP = -on Bretd instead of butter. -on Puddings add Blano Mabge. All grocers sell it. 2, S, 10, 20 pound tins and "Perfect Seal" Quart Jars. Write for free Cook Book. majestic --�:- TONIGHT AT 8.30 VAUDEVILLE (THE GREAT NELSON CO.) Pictures MABEL. MORMAND in "THE FLOOR BELOW" Prices .......... 50c, 35c, 25c HORSES FOR SALE We have purchased the entire 170 head of horses from the Eld-rldge Ranch, Spring Coulee. They are all for sale. Anyone wanting good horses should sec them. Wo also have 25 head of yearlings, all halter broke and in A 1 condition. Bonnell & Luckey Livery and Feed Barn L.ethbrldge Ainsworth Has Big Role in "On Trial" Sydney Ainsworth portrays the role of Robert Strickland in Essanay's pieturization of "On Trial," the Cojian and Harris siage hit. It is a tensely emotional role, which admirably suits Mr. Ainsworth. He will be happily remembered for his portrayal of Count Quinnox in "The Prince of Graustark" and other strong roles in Essanay pictures. This will bo shown at- the Empress tonight. majestic 3 DAYS STARTING THURS. MARCH NEXT Matinee Daily at Nights at ........... _____ 2.30 ____ 8.30 The Wonderful Film of the Age JU1E5 VERNE S AVAIUUUNDE^SEC Flashing countless scenes from the ocean, earth and sky, that surpass all the wildest dreams of fiction. N PRICES; Nights ......... 75c, 50c, 25c Matinees.......25c (any seat) Special Matinee Saturday for Children. 10c Any Seat. The Successful Cohan & Harris Stage Hit "ON TRIAL" SEVEN AOTS Also Wm. S. Hart "The Last Card" POSITIVELY TONIGHT Wednesday Only and Thursday Matinee Rex Beach's "The Ne'er Do Well" S TEN ACTS Thursday and Friday Matinees MARY MILES M1NTER In "Peggy Leads the Way" Friday Night & Saturday CHARLES RAY in "THE PINCH HITTER" SEVEN ACTS Here Monday IN TEN ACTS 'The Honor System' Miss Alice McKinzie "The California Song Bird" YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE WONDERFUL PICTURE, The Woman God Forgot' FEATURING GERALDINE FARRAR 25c TONIGHT 10c WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY Paramount Pictures Present the Great Feminine Impersonator JULIAN LTINGE IN The Clever Mrs. Carfax Mr. Elting's pictures are entirely out of the ordinary. Did you see hint in "The Countess Charming?" It not you missed a treat. Don't fail to see him this time. ADMISSION 20c AND 10c ORPHEUM TONIGHT-TOMORU#W A STORY OF LOVE AND DANGER George Walsh in "The Beast" A Fox masterpiece in Five Acts. Other good pictures on the Programme, t��c'-'<' J�te*�ty of good comedy, Gale Henry in "Who Old It," 705954755?