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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, 'APRIL 5, 1919 THE LETHHRinOE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CANADIANS IN i with all infectious diseases, aud full i supplier ot iuoculaiiug, scrum were (sktu as well us (or ilic ch.ei.-k log of typhus. .Many of K. I'Uyfair, Official Corros- cars and crowded beeu poucteiit with, Hie Cautdian iu VLADIVOSTOK, Feb. (By TUo Canadian Hetf Cross is playing an important role in conibat- cinjf the typhus in Siberia. Al- ready Urge quantHIes ot sup- l4tes hue bcton shipped into the in- terior for uw In Lypfciu hospitals, demand tor amsiftuoca to prompt- ly attended to. The field work for iu this is -practically unllmittd, accord to Col. John Dennis, C-M.G-, Cross' Comaitisloner. K Is sooiewkst surprhtng that Uii fyphus epidemic is Ukea eo cooly this re probably due to the that the Allied forces have not as .vet Buffered from the plaruo. In voetok itself there are hundreds of cases erf spotted the the supplies were givcu by occasion for a covering four; in thB production; no ''propK" no 113 'Mr. Unffnh had to a steel net-j-fakes- or artificialities ivhalsosvci j met to protect him from shrapnel and throughout tlio entire film. a eas m.isk :o protect M-i lunes during I Jlr. G-rifiith describes "Hearts of t .-X typicii appeal for help bis been stut to the Urltlsh consul here by the Ylcfr-coimul at Irkutsk, and passed to the Canadian Heel Cross Commissioner tor action. It as follows "I to inclose lists of drugs, etc., Lkh tyeen handed to by the civil of the aovrrn- meat, residing in Irkutsk and which re badly -wauled by spotted typhus patleuti in the: various prlsoiie and in- firmaries in the town. "There are patients from typhus in the of them are Bed In spite of tfio linen recently received (from Canadian lied Cross) and foriwhich ihe Government iisked me to con to that organization, 1 ivish to add sujuort to'the appeal now made by the 1U1 PEOPLE 1 iho taking or uiaoy the stirring Many of the most striking i scenes in the film owe their effects to the remarkable courage" of Mr. (Jrlf- titii anil his intrepid cameraman, story of the great war.' with the actual conflict itstlt servine only as the crirn background for the unfolding tale of lite in a email KreBcb village. vey my and erery day or so several authorities here Tor more linen to uo CUM We found in the railroad i through as quickly as possible. lions which are packed with refugees, and have their being hi the building. An effort has been made by the liritiih and Canadian lied Cross organization jointly, to eatabllsli a hos- pital here for the treatment of the dis- bat the KB seta n. authorities de- oWed thatj they 'Would prefer to attend to matter the mi el vec. And the project wag Every precau- tion baa been to .safeguard tiie Caifa'dian troops againtt infection from the typhus bearings cootie, and street There are several cases where prison l c Four Questions on Hallo! I'aper Conlinuunce of Prohibition TOKO.VfO, April Mail and Empire, .which is Renfrully welWo- formed ou provincial government nnU- lore, hag the following statement in its news columns today regarding the coming balloting on urohiHtiou in Ontario: have not had any clean undonvear. 1 "sir William Hearst and tiie mem etc. skico last'.May, and their cohdi- llpl'5 of Ihe government are preserv. lion is pitiable in Ihe eitreme. It a sphinx-ljko silence upon'Ihe extraordinary that 1ho cfeldeiulu js j referendum proposals to be subniilted more serious than it Is. and preventive i'? ttlc Il! lhe !altcr 'lart 0[ hut with the secret in the EAFS DANDRUFF GROWER GUARANTEED Positively grows hair on One-jif will falling hair. growth of new hair; mc'.'e all Dandruff and Eeav'e the in a-healthy or rc- v fund-your mgney. Price, postpaid, LEO J. CASTIAU, Scalp Specialists 'Suite, 17, Southard Block, Lethbridge.__________ unity As soon as this message was receiv- t'd B car-load of t'oods shipped lo Irkutsk to relieve and more press- iug need and further shipments are In course of preparation. But it is only ono appeal ot many. Tho Canadian lied Cross is also -well reprdsenteil on the .Allied rellot train which left a ciarse of Capt. KX Dihyn'of Toi-oti- O.B.K. The purpose of of "Ifearis or the World" was written by M. Maston de Tolignac, translated from tlie French by story iJ >IVrOID COUGHir Couah-w Hither, ivlio with him un- i tier lire hundreds of ttineE. Ntither Mr. Griffith rxr any of his conijiany uteivou injuries (Uflii s slight i (Captain Victor Marier vvoiuirl in .Mr. Macfc Sennett-Paramouut comedy will war. also be shown, in addition to other; There is no papier inache seenerv, pictures and ihe Cotontal orchestra. I nor scenery of any kiurt T April Declaring liaL the -Archangel situation, from :i military view, was iu.haml, Gen. March, United States'." rim. of today said it was "incredible lliat the allied iorce there can be driven into the sea anybody." lie announcetl that the war department's iilau.ivas to havt? the ol thai jioriion of- RuK-ia-ify 1he enJ of June. Strenflth of Armies April Figures tlie latest ,sutus of Ih'e military Fpch's Message From Spa Re V Danzig'Was Quite Satis- factory PAH IS. acceptance ol the allied terms regarding Danz_g was niade known with the Delving out o] a coinniunfcationorc'cetvet] by the aT lied goverument froin Sjra, wliere Mar shal Foch, the allied chief, atid his, aides have in con- ference with German flic coramunicatitin reads: "SPA; con fortuity decision of ihe allies and associated -governments, the 1 Eiven the jllies by ihe' urmisilce con vent ion signed. -November 11 to land ihe Polish now in France n Danzig has "been completelr main- tained. hasten the arrival of tiie troops Poland ic been agrecd'ld of other'lines oC transport proposed, by' ihe German government, '_ "These arrangements as a ivlfote HILOH "Hearts of (hi1 World" will ojica .___ Ihrep-days' the Colon-j in! on Monday. Sue Page 11 for j'l-j lertisenicnt. THE CASTLE SQUARE ENTERTAINERS MONDAY1 The second attraction on the Spring! Chautauqua sysicni will tie offered at] ihe ou MoiicUy cvc-j ring. t The Castle Sfiuare cnterfainws who I will offer tJie entertainment for the] evening art', a organiza- j ion in tlic concert field in ttHs conn- i trj-. Their frork consists of high-i program of orchestral features, j focal qunrtetsf, violin quartets, com-j edy and humorous numbers, novelty i instrumental nciveltieo. I They are under the personal manage-1 ment of Wallace'Graliani, the well- iown concert manager. The concert on Monday Evening iviH croinmencc promptly at Seats are now at thn Dnig Co. 1 store. forces in Europe, (ieii. ilarcli, Uniteil Slates chief of staff, announced today, shovrritial tiie armies ot ttie central as nov; organked, constitute per cent., of tlieir strength ivhen the.arniislice was signed, while Hie allied forces still coin- prfE6- 75 'per cent, of thefr% total strength. on Koveinber JJ.f %Nv Official dispatches show the aggre- jgate" Atrengtli powers now as men, against, their l conibincd strength in November last c! The allied arnue> in No- vemljer totalled or' which only. 25 per cent.- hare been demobi- lized. Tlie German estimated offi- cially at" on November U. has now bce'.i reduced lo Hie Bulgarian army hastlropped from "000 to the from to about the Turkish army to 'less than are in eutirt' agreeaient with the views of the ailied and associated govern- ments." f{ j Move Troops April 15 April transport II PLACE 11 PARIS, April of pvace by Easter it 'doubted by French the 'Journal that even if the pre- llminarlea are.wholly agreed upon by Easter there, rtmarna all the negotiation! wtileh it will be at lent at long as the pourparler! betWeen the allleif and associated powers. of Polish troops from France to Poland under the agreement reached at Spa will begin April 15. The. transfer of troops, it is estimated, will take about two months. Routes Open PARIS, April from Spa slate that the covenant with the Germans was at o'clock last evening after the. conferences during the day. The convention for- mally maintained tlic right of tho al- lies umlcr the armistice io use tJic port of Danzig. It ivas further, stipu- later that IJen--Haller's troops could ho moved to Poland by oilier routes, Ihe first mentioned being tlie route by rail to Halle, Kilenburg. Lfesa and Kaltsz; secohrt, bj- Vay of Stettin. 311 dtliinl, by way of burg. The Iroops are to 1x3 allowed lo AT'STARLAND Ahnctt any girl or (voiuan in the audience cwi draw a parallel between herstlf andjiMarj" IMiles "Minter's part, that of in the forthcoming picture. "Rosemary Climbs the Heights." is also a -story that will interest wen, any man. A girl, away from her village home, is vapidly rising to fame by virtue of her carving of just a's the prospects are the brightest, Efie. finds herself-on the the ot disgrace. Hut she does not tumble over. Sho does- ttot even It is ills' slipping over in.o a seamy life that many producers consider es- sential to a story. The'exhibitors are -becoming the opin- ion that it Js just such treatment that causes'mothers to refrain from semi- ing their children and also causes un- pleasant memories in the', .hearts of adults. None of this stuff goes to make ttj> Uic creditable picture, and, although- there may be 'inojiwntflry interest in the forbiddeii things on the screen, the policy of the American Film Com- pany is to prcsonl-a good -story with- out apologies ami regrets.) "Rosemary Climbs tho Heights.'1 distributed by Pathe, is just that kind, and it Trill make the licket machine hnin. H wjll be shown at Starland Jlonday 'ucb'day. FACTS CONCERNING "HEARTS OF THE WORLD" "Hearts of Uie World" was eighteen j months iu tlio making. The production is not in any sense a war pky, but a storj- of great'war, with tho conflict serving as the grim liattle scenes were iaken on the battlefields of France by permission pass freely across Germany in ten [and wiyi the assistance of ihe British trains daily. If differences of any [and French governments, bind arise Marshal Foch reserves the Mr. Griffith and many of right to debart the men at Danzig, [pal players, including Lillian and Dor- >othy and Mrs. tlish, mother of i Iho two girls; Robert Matron and George A. Sicgmann, were under nc- THE NEW ASSISTANT LIVESTOCK COMMISSIONER tual bombardment three times, on one OTTAWA. April civil viccicommljslonjs advertising (or ap- plicants for the position of Canadian trade commissioner at. Vladivostok, with the following reservation: "Since it is uiylecided whether this office will lie continued or not, the ono nominated for this post may not ue accepted for the position." The initial salary ivill be annum, flohcrt Keek. Ottawa, Is'the successful candftlate lor Iho position of assistant lifestock commissioner of the Dominion at a salary of per fnnnni. PARIS, April cTirmol vreld on Ihe n.ues'l'.on of oblaming nuate reparation; from Gernmhy, the MaHn dcclarcB in today dealing with the peace conference sit- (he fresh "On ill local a satisfac- tory agreement being reached" the Matin says, "but concerning :thc repirtllon there Is still "a gap wo fire'roflerej what wo justly tKSmand. The flench gOTemwent will bo unyielding in (bis matter. It cannot :i Ireaty which will mean the bankruptcy of francc." In kadliijf up lo this dedarallflm, the Matin notes llfat IhnBrlfhh. French and American people are still (iisplaj'- ing the same friendly feeling as here f.ofore for each other. "Premier Lloyd George ind Fresi- liint.Wilson are of the Mine heart as regards France." the Matin contin- ues. "Nevertheless' different view, points exist as to essential matters by by reason of the impossibility of mak- ing Ihe vanquished pay their debts, without imposing upon Ihem. Those who dream of peace by coneil- iKtlon fear that If asked to pay her debts, Germany will protest and cher- ish plan.H for mease. France replies her pcopla.w'ill be banlirapt if sbe does not obtain her rive. Thn fear be not to mart tho enemy's re- iieiitBien: bin- what France will any if she is driven to rnin.1' A.STHMA HSTONTLY BtLHVEP WITH max tt., Bulml, f.f. me a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO A WEEK K you' cannot spend three years in hospital or Are past hos- pital age limit, send namo and postcard for year boot explaining tho U. 3. N. Home Practice Melhocl of study- Ing (rained SUlo .ijc. TW H. Y, COLONIAL TONIGHT "The Sea With Juanita Hansen "LURE OF THE CIRCUS" PARAMOUNT-MACK SENNETT COMEDY Other Features and Orchestra All Children Admitted. LAST TIMES TONIGHT CHARLES RAY IN "A NINE O'CLOCK TOWN" AND "LADIES' FIRST" Two-Reel Comedy MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHE PRESENTS MARY MILES MINTER -i IN "ROSEMARY CLIMBS THE HEIGHTS ALSO 'WOLVES OF KULTUR' EPISODE EIGHT, AND "Check Your Baggage" LUKE COMEDY Mon. Eve., April 7 C SECOND SPRING CHAmUQUA ATTRACTION WALLACE GRAHAM PRESENTS ENTERTAINERS "One ol (he very best concert attractions of the season. I con- fidently recommend S. BROWN, Manager, Majestic. Season Tickets .for Balance of CourK sslc at Hcdlcy Drug Co. Single Tickets Attraction 11.00; 75c, 50t EMPRESS-TODAY CHILDREN ADMITTED TONIGHT "Flower of the Dusk" Also Chetter Corklin in a Howlins 2-Rce! Comedy "SAVED BY WIRELESS1 THREE DAYS STARTING MONDAY JJEXT 'The fighting Roosevelts' "he Big Scnutipn of the Viar. A AttfTNtien. M (to Impvn ;