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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AI'RH. 11, THE -LETHBRIDGK DAILY IfERALD PAGE mis April llu Lokale Aiizelgvr in ret'eiut of sons bofonUnue'l to bo paid in full. Uavarhtn advices statins tbat the Com-' It also closed the banks, causing treuie incitement nnioug Uiu dtposl-" tors M'hu wfrc uuuble lo ivjtlidravv their money. At Ducteldorff COPKXUACIEX, April U.-lu a new Spartaean outbreak at DUE soldo it on muubi council in Munich vats m sion o'clock this looming ami Unit it elected u new central council, thy i-oundlnu'ii comprising five work- men iLiiJ five suldldi'd with Herr Klat'z, ;i brK'kluyor. us president, t The Communist leader td lu the council. Uariug UIP night (lie ConniiLmists look 11 from the ruiilu of Ihe ti'udc union lenders, the I.okate reports add. They forced tbeir '.viiy to the uiaia police station, llic police ;-.inl thu police and sergeants as hot- lages. Prisoners Freed I'.nttLIN. April --Thu .Munich revolutionary I iias ordered iho Immediate're- Thursday, L'5 persons killed and "i woumletl when government troops vsc-d machine guiis on, Spartar-au dem- onstrators, the Lokale Anzeiger of Berlin says. Communist i Not Majority PATHS, Awrll The Communist elements at Jluuich. who have adopted" tlie program of a Coali- tion-Socialist government based on at least normal acceptance of ttio Bav- arian elective district form a compar- atively small part of the residents of Tiio followers of the Cathode in Duvaria and even in Munich out number the Coimnumsts and radicals; measure forces with tho Communists, except at the ballot box. The to starve out the Com- munist movement at Munich by jvllh- lioldiug supplier from the country irlets Itas been matte repeatedly, but there has a no cfton to put iT into t.'iTecl. All reports from (let many indicate that the Weimar government, will not venture on any aiteinjit of active in- tervention in Munich for which, par- entliittilly. tlie forces at its disposal are entirely inadequate- ami wilt con- fine itself, like the Mujority-yorialists of Bavaria, to an altitude of passive disapproval. The weakening of the government's prestige, has, according to the reports from legations in adjacent countries, tended lo weaken (he official attitude toward the slgEitiig of the peace treaty LABOR IT CAN GET t'ALUARY, April 1 Gvam Hall, of the CVuad- ian Pacific Railway. here to- day that the CaiiEnHan Faiilli- Hailway W9UU1 aliswu all the offered, lie estimated that 13.- 000.0DO acres woulil be crop in wost lliis year. ivheii they see ihi? wonderful peas-iut fitrl of, France one Kuglaiid'f (trt-atest Invading knigbts at ln-r feel in tiie humble eupplicaiion of genuine love, hold )Ack her huiuaue because her country needs her. And in the continuance of UiU throbbing love sloiy every must hu tuirreil to seo girl. Joan, hard us adamant on thu battlefield, twice the Jiff) hit; "Tlie Girl He Lyft liehiud" Sun. A special scenic production will puny, who are to play the -Majestic j greatly enhance the play, ivhich ia Ihtauo and Saturday night. I 1J> be one of tlii Iho fithi member of ihe company to i dramatic step off ihe tram was ut-orge is. dutu- niers the well known Canadian coired- Ian. Mr.-Uroivn's advance advices oil thi- show carried no mention of the fact ihurMr. Summers was with ihi- with the greatest motion of j Hroivn lin! lt'e" uur time is the ivav bvo I llu' He Left Behmil storv is woven through it all.- hc well worth .wcins at (ho tonight, u ml Jlr. Itrown is and President. Ebert is reported haviug slated it) conversation with an intlruato colleague that the govern- ment would bavc to sign any peace Hie of nil jjritunerd of Nvar in Say- aru. The order frees thousands of K-jssiau prisoners, including the Hus sian Coaimuniot, Aselrod, r--------- The couneiK has been, lu (but, in flpile of their discipline; the and associated Governments itn charge of tlie .Munich hanks has beet; Celling iiilo trouble through decrees isbtietf hy jig leader, a lit year old siutlcnt tiunted Follei1, The council HERE IT IS G. W. V. A. ORCHESTRA FIVE'PIECES PHONE 372 OPEN FOR DANCE ENGAGEMENTS OUR MOTTO: GOOD MUSIC, AND LOTS OF IT. -Laving the names of those EIXMOXTOX, April a volcd against tho' report of the WESTBROOK BROS. SANITARY BARBERS Gth'St. opp, Bank of Montreal [of 1TO for to W against, tlio puhHc coniniitttce of .Die legislature Friday muriiins ,iu secret session from even other members of the uio were barred, decided tliat Lncieu Houdreau. memberNfor Al- bert presiilenl of the Dominion Drug In ICdmonlon Oid not pur- chase .li'juor on November Stli last from the Edmonton Tenilor, paying for it at the time. decision uoiitradkits the evi- dence o! >l. 31. Downey, who was in llit vendor's shop at loo lime, anil who that the vendor.- W. J- Wchsiev, told him it will he alright to cxteud credit to Bouilreau. The reso- lution of ihc conimitiee which was conmiittee reconleil. OCTOGENARIAN "DEAN OF POILUS" IS "GRAND YOUNG MAN OF FRANCE" (Corre.spomleuce uf the A.! serving four years and a half in dugouts and billets as u sapper Siu Knginoer regiment. Lieut, Sur- ie, SO years old, was mustered outf of the service a few weeks ago. When ivar broke out Iu lltH lie yoluntuered for tlic duration of the struggle, and during the conflict c-anu-fl iho (ILtet of "The. Dean of [ho Poilus." After being accepted in the .army Lieut. Suruguo served iu a training camp, learning the manual of the rifJe and JKiyonct. XVhen he had ly advanced he was immediately sent to the front, and din-tug iliy war pass- ediiuosl of the near Soncliez. where sliells fell with constant regn- 3le is at present in fine health. and tuned to continue the campaign should occasion it. "Moueieur ClejneiH-i.-Hii is not. as stated hy air. Uoyd (leorge. Urand Young of says La "Tliis odbngs inco'n- tcstably to Meut. Saruguc-, Our Pre- mier can grant it to him; there i3. in- deed, enough 01' most slorious honor Cccit H. DeMiUe. producer u( i picture. 1ms created- an ejioch in j ilraniultr history this thrilling and artistic achievcDieut. tbc- sliow his l emlorsai- .Mar- i AT STAULAND. What is tlie peculiar quality Thomas H, Inco picture? TJits lion Is pertinent because "Tlit- rJagu u I'aramouni film proihic.- ed by Mr. Jnce. will seen at land tonight tomorrow, wiili Mnij Bennett as the star. The story deals with an adventure begins in'San Francisco and ends in Hawaii. One tiling is certniu. ;in luce ture Is always wonderfully stygcd, ligMed and photographed. Tliere is never a hazy never a flicker, Anil the acting is invariably ivel! done, j Hut (here is something more: un- dentabli? of iiulividuality. is Hm luce sftinip. There may imJimbtedly arn j pictures jusi a3 good. They jhave their own peculiar charm. IJut j there 13 the individual quuliiy in an Jncc TH'oduciion tiiut marks H as dif- ferent :ill other.s. Lt is so in tlie case of "A Marriage King." TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ENID BENNETT "THE MARRIAGE RING" AND FATTY ARBUCKLE "HIS WEDDING NIGHT" TONIGHT AND SATURDAY RUTH CLIFFORD IN "THE CABARET GIRL" Five Acts of Beauty FATTY ARBUCKLE PARAMOUNT COMEDY 'LURE OF THE CIRCUS' ORCHESTRA Prices 25c and Big Matinee Saturday Children 5c lor him.1' EUPHEMISTIC GEORGE H. SUMMERS WITH "THE GIRL HE-LEFT BEHIND AT MAJESTIC PARIS., April WE WILL BUY TIMOTHYS ALFALFA Any Quautity. Phone 1244 F. OJ HYDE CO., ilJoptcU, by ;i parly vote is a 'lengthy llatimlB confc 1 OHO but the Kist of it is Hie foljowing 1 of a .irimalf (AesouialeU of Use Mon roo doctrine amendment at ibe league of 'erence last 'night is des- iireseot afi haviug been j asked for ov not unrt liquor delivered i before it was_ actually paid for. your I comraittec the [evidence Webster, the. vendor, c characttr, Oats for Sale IN CAR LOTS (ir wire for particulars. We matte qiwik shiphicnts. MALOEN ELEVATOR CO., Ltd. Rouleau, ,8ssk. 07-12 with a speech by President Wilson .de- precating the opposition which has been expressed and upholding the doc- trine as one .of tlie great ,vbulwarks against EibEotullCHi. Tlie debate catue late in tho session after oilier subjects heen passed upon. CHANCE FOR SOLDIERS Ajiril eol- dftrs now lie able to enter tlic railromV cngineerins shops us appren- tices at a special rate of cents ail hour-oii the basis of a 4? hour uf EI decision rcacli who urotluced tlie Dominion Urng. cheque of date, of November Tilr. given in payment the said li- ouor and wlio pledged hiB.oalh tliat he recoiveil the same.on the 7Uh In tlje same setret session the' com- mittee by a vole against 13 for voted down a substitute- offer- led by A, F. Ewjiig. West Edmonton. jfindiug that Roudreau "wasjpttmitted jto remove the said ]iquor from the sairl 'store ivithQut payment." _ In A IMor clause of the substitute ed by the Catiadiaf. division of Ihe "tliat there is no j International lialhvarmeu'fi Union has heen in process five to avoid in any, way; paying for the weeks on this (iiiesliou. Votes to the lit'iuor number ct were unaniniously "After a hcaleij tight in favor of granting this privilege to in tho committee voted jtfio men disabled m the' war. report U 15 stated ._._ _ ______ _ __ tvldencc thai Mr. Boudreau intended Uostou Transcript. THE .COLONIAL Tlic biggest show towjt at ]ion- tiur prices tonight will by at UK- Col- onial. The big week en.l hill will in- Hulh Clifford in a slumiing five act fealuru "The Cabaret roarinjj Paramount Fatly comedy in two acts; the lat-, ist episode of the smashing serial, i 'The Lure a funny i Jloran Comedy entitled and the Colonial Orchestra iu up 'to lale music. This show will be a dandy and will be, well worth while seeing. GREAT PURPOSE BEHIND "JOAN THE WOMAN" Of all the motion pictures .ever made none had a finer purpose than "Joan ihc Woman" in Which Geraldine Far- rar, the fatuous-opera star, appears at the Colonial Theatre, for three days starting. ly fs not merely awe-inspLrinjj aV.a spectacle and thril- ling in its heroic ''moments, but there ii.something and more ennob- ling back of it than stage cratt. Jt shows to what heights a woman can rise wluj'n i[ comes to a moment1 of Xo one can hold back the big lumps that come to the throat ONE OF THE BEST SHOWS OF THE YEAR MAJESTIC TONIGHT 8.30 AND SATURDAY NIGHT THE NATIONAL PROOUCTIONS-CO., INC., PRESENT CANADA'S MOST DISTINGUISHEQ. ACTOR SUPPORTED SV A COMPANY OF METROPOLITAN' PLAYERS.IN THE PLAY OF LOVE AND ROSE .TIME THE GNL.HE LEFTBEHINr Tomorrow WE WIUJ1AVE WHITEFISH SPRING SALMON SPRING HALIBUT SKATED A NEW COMEDY DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS BY THOMAS KETTMINO NQT A WAR PLAY-NO BATTLE SCENES- NO GUN PLAY vv BUT The Slory cvsi- slagcd. Intcrn-ovcn with delicious comedy, tense dramalic aclluri. and uproarious fun. v SCENIC'PRODUCTION Prices 75c, 5fa SPECIAL NOTE. "THE GIRL HE LEFT BEHIND" Is a guaranteed-attraction, I have no hesitation In giving' it my, Jrtjrsonal endoraation.: One of the finest companies ever seen here, headed by thQ. popular favorite, Mr. Buminerti. will be seen in.tht lilay, wliicli Is handsomely staged. feel sure ,'ouglily enjoy this slfow. IEN s. BROWN, Jlgr. Majcsllc The Vaacenrer FiA Market Coaldale Block Phone 342 Food Control Licente Applied For. It's Here make it a practice to earn' complete of the very best llic market affords ih kind of LET US SERVE YOU TOMORROW R. COULTRY Phone 492 The AttKha Meat Market Food BoarA Number A scene frotii "Tile Girl He Lett Behind" at tlie 'Majestic tonigbl. and Sat. TONIGHT and BERT LYTELL Star of Lorie in "BOSTON BLACKIE'S UTTLE PAL" Uert Lrtcll was .Most Uriliiant Stage Star Is .Uic bigger 'crime to steal diamondB or a woman's love? Learn answer rroin 'u BUT ELL'S new Metro lilay "BOSTON ULACKIE'S I.ITTLH PAL." Plenty' of Comedy British Pathe Gazette FATTY ARBUCKLE in "THE BOUNCER" BERT L Y T E L Lr Star of "The Lone Wolf appearing in "Bosion Blackit's Little Pal" trying >fiown at the Empress today and Saturday. N FARNUM, in "THE END OF THE RAINBOW TRAIL" A' sequel lo "The Riders of the Purple _ New Cafe THE EUROPEAN CAFE ON 2nd AVE. SOUTH, IN HEAR OF LETHBRIDOC HOTEL OPENS ITS FOR (USINE6J ON 12Tk She Lira! Her Cintry Tbey Killed Her BECAUSE SHE SAVEO HER COUNTRY THEY WORSHIP HER AS A SAINT. Joan of ArC chose to be Prance, tnen.fol- (jurned at IhD- stake ralh- lowed .loan of Arc as their cr than" deny her1 faith. forefathers hud Ijiberb' tor her, -r.....-, meant more lo tier ttian life. Thar was 500 years ago her. They saw- her figure, all' in white, leading the and hear ahovo Toilay. above ihc smoke the bailie's din, her volco of baffle in desolato of Impassioned 'command.. -You will grasp Joan's spirit of holy patriotism Tvlfea- you see GERALDINE FARRAR as the immortal Joan of Arc tn .f CEflll, JJKxDeMIIjLE'S Cinema Mastcrjilect "JOAN THE WOMAN" 1 il JEANNE MACPHERSON Mmic by Wllli.im. Furcl and AT THE COLON I AL 3 Days, Starting NEXT MONDAY, APRIL 14TH. DaH7 at OBCC .t PRICES: Mttbm, 3Sc; NighU CiuUra 8.15 25t ;