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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 [ItnSDAY, MAY 191.'? THE LT-.TilBllIDGK ? ? �> ? ? > > ? ? ? > ? WAR TO THE DEATH * : ? ? ? Tlillnrtclplilii, Miiy IC-"War Jp UjB iloiith," ilumiimlod For- , mer Prosiiient Vv'm. II. Tafl in Ills keynotu Bpcccli at Uic op-(jiilng HiiHsloii today of thu win-IliB-wiir' couv.uutlou oC the IdaKUC, to onfori 0 jiearo. Tho . convention will contlmio lor two.dayH. ? ?� >': 'iv:* :� : :, : : U. S. WILLHAVE FRANCE IN 1018 Paris, May 116.-The United Stntcfe lias promised to have 1,-500,000 fighting men in Franci; by tho end of 1918, says L'Homme Libre, Premier Clemenccau's newspaper. These . troops, It � adds, must have their Own organization and services whicli will mean at least 2,000,000 specialists, workersi men In the quartermaster's department and others. ITALY WANTS THEiVI Washington, May 16-Italy, In an Informal Way, has made known to tho United States that the presence of Ameri ulglit of May M, or In llio fiir-; ly iiiDrnliK? Iiours o[ .May ir>, wiilmnl yiiiMs of lifi!. tlie navy deparlineul announced today. Tho voKsel was vnlurning lioiiio light iuid Willi no soldioi-H al)oaril. It I.'. belli'VPd hIu! carried a cruw of about 12u num.' SUFFERED TERRIBLE AGONY "Frult-a-llves" Alone Gave ' Him Quick Rellet nuckingluun, Quv., May Hnl, 1015. "For.soviHi years, I .suil'crcdtcrriljly Troni Severn/Mj(Afi/;c,; niiil /i;,/;/r/?-/ion. 1 liad lielcbiiif; gas iii.'in tho stoiiiacli, and I liiij ('iin.aii-. f.'iiiisti|ia-lioii. I tried niaiiy tciiii'iUnrj but luitliitif; did uic i;oi,d. J'iiid.'/v, a fiienil lulvisrd " 1-a-tiI tuok this jfi'iiud I'l'iiit ni'iiii'i'.iir and it niailo iiK- well. 'J'o evcryono o'lio lia.s niiserablo licai'h willi hegiinilug .lime I, all persons : ; who claim not Iri be in Class > One under the .Military Ser- ? vlc'c Act, must carry papers ; at all tiiiii-s with the iiroper ? > d.) not coiiii^ nil hill class one. ? ; 'I'lie ideutll'ication jiapers must : ? bi> either a birth certificate : : (ir a marriage � license. Tlie > act � iireviously I'overcd only ? the men of cla.^s mie and has ; t> now lief^ii stretched to lal^e in > all classes.  ???????????????? ill sci-urim,' tliis at reu.-ioiialih' lo lor lii/c'araiicc o;' .Mabel N'ormaucl as -itar of the new .Goldwyii ])atrini!c comedy-drama. ",loan of I'latlshurg, " b.v, I'ortr^r lOuersoU Hrowiie. coiisti-tmi'S'au event of more ilian u>\ in-leri'.Ki, in llie worhl of the .'-ilciit drama. In each of lier previous Goldwyn sncces.ics llie slar lias displayed an entirely dUfereut jdiase of "the new Mabel .Norniaud," at tlie same liiiu! retaining all her old I'asciuatiou ami charm., .\s .loan, the litile orpliaii in "Joan of I'liiltshufg. " she is givc'ii every opportunity to demonstrate lier remarkable acting ability. Ttaiiging all the way from lioydeii-ish i;omedy to in.spired patriotism atid beautifni seir-sacrifice. the play af-ford.H. .Miss .N'orniaiid what is umiues-liouiilily llie iiiost iutereRllug ami wtirlli-wlille opportunity of hi'r siii-gularl.v succiMsful career, ".loan of I'laltslmrg" conies to Ihe .Maji.-.stic for three iiiglUs, beginning next Monday. ami lias been l;nnwn to lie outrighl ahoiif. a beaiititiil fac(,. "I'aViilleri Is of the rare type n: dark, exotic beauty which seems tt phologra)ili brilliantly and to- iinik* , tile iins>ie.-isor slaiul out from Vhi! Ki reeii and liecome almost a living, breutliing cliaracier. I think it is 'safe to say that 'The Internal Tempt' ' ress' will be one of tin- most success-^!ul picture..; ever put oil by Para-moiiiii." Starlaiid is showing Madame CaVal-. leri In her first F'lirHinount plcturl ' louight ami tomorrow. AILWINNIPEGIO BE 10 UP TIG (' -� Winnipeg, .May IC-With llie tele-phono servic(> ill Cireater Winniiie'g quite out of coinml.ssion, owing to llie i sympathetic strilie of ."itui telephone! I operators ami linemen this morning, { I the Btrike situation in Winnipeg has : taken another serious turn. It is pre-1 dieted by labor men that a general 1 'tie np of civic business will be ac-j compllshed by ten o'clock Saturday morning, imlc'^ri the strike is settled ; by that time. The ftreet railway men will meet at midnight to lake a strike vote. Ai general mass ineotiug-of labor men | will be held tliis evening in tlio i Trade.s hall, when some important dacislons' probaiily will he readied. We have opened a new and up-to-date Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinMHST DAY," lieeauso AdUii'-l-lta I'lusJics tlio I'JNTIUK bowel tract ('(miplotoly it relievos ANY CAiJB sour stomach, gas or consllpa-UoB and provenlB appondicltlH. Tlio INSTANT uc.llo,)! la aurprinliiB,-J. D, lliKiiihothani & Co,, Ltd., druglJlata.- Advei'tlaoment, ' TflNEGOIIATEG.I.R. Oltrwn, May The Ottawa " Citizen this eveiiin.i; says: "Hon. ,1, A. Calder and Hon. ,Arthur iMolKhon are the two ministers jwho have been delcKated by the Kovorii-tnout to go to London this suihmer and conduct iK^ivotiationH wllli the Grand Trunk dlrectoi'ato InokiiiK to lha Hcriulsition l)y tlie novornmoiit of tho Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk Pacific,. "Air. Melglien in tlio former ijovorn-ineiit always had charso of the railway legialatloii iuid ho huH dealt liirKO-ly with tlie.proseiit (lUOBtiou which has boon uucior hoKOtittt/.*!^, MAJESTIC TWO- NIGHTS-TWO Thursday, Friday, May 23-24 Matinee Friday, Victoria Day The Season's Newest Sensaticm. Another "iSird of Paradise." United Producing Co., Ltd., and F. W. Rowland Offer THE MASSIVE" SCENIC SPECTACLE < : THt IfTORY OF^N HAWAIIAN BUTT^ERFIY A-Play of Love and Beauty, ^vltll a Great Cast of 20 People, iii-ciudlng Native Hawaiian Ukulele Players, Singers and' Daiicora NOT A MOTION PICTURE PRICES: Evenings; $1.50, $1.00 76c, 50c Matinee; ...... $1.00, 75c, 50c AT STARLANI) the first private sliowiiip;-of "The I'Menial Temptress," whicli is Mna Cavalleri's first photoplay, made for Paramount under the dlreclloii of ICmile jChautard. .-Xdolpli Zukor, pre.ii-deiit oT the I'''amou-\ Players-Lasky Kilm Corporation, said: "it is seldom tliat a face so beaiititul as that of Cavalieii is found, and still more seldom tliat it can be caught in all its cxciuisite loveilness by the camera, whicli performs queer tricks of vision TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENt THE WORLD FAMOUS PRIMA DONNA UNA CAVALIERA IN. , "The Eternal Temptress" ALSO "TOTO" IN "A One-Night Stand" TWO REELS OF FUN 1J "The Conqueror With Wm. Farnu'm. Your last chance. Also a Big Fox Comedy. J EMPRESS I I TONIGHT & BALANCE OF WEEK Children 15c; Adults 321/2C. WM. FOX PRESENTS HIS 10-REEL,, MASSIVE PHOTO fPECTACLE FEATURING WONDERFUL ? Annette Kellerman ? I I I The backer with cournBO onouffh to spend $),,000,000 011 a- single motion plelure- William Fox, .  � The star ot tlio 'greatest niollon plcturo spoetaclo ever .� seen-Annette Kellarmunn, the world's KrcntpBt Woman swimmer. Plcturo was made on nai Island tortrcss-r old Vovt Augusta, In the Cnrlblienn. Tills ancient tovtress, long disused, was a Bwanip which was drained and cleared by sanitary englneor� and a coucrelo ami steol city built upon It, Every adjunct ot a municipality was supplied, including hospitals, ^)olico courts, etc., � etc. Also Miss O'Hara in Popular Songs O �4; 255333 92 ;