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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, APKIL lo, 19111 TI1K LF.THBR1DGI' 1JAILY HERALD PAGE F1VK I1MMMH 4 OTTAWA, April 15.-Hoii. Rodolylie Ltuik'ux in Iho IKMJSU tills afternoon asked IE any official coiniuuuietttwm had been L'attliual yeicier ot tlou of the militia part m ent under MewUuru, but lie certainly imp LAI ti liis administration if, tlie tmcloiures had been made, he did not AJulinea. Belgium, with respect to the consider It necessary to Lolil HH ia- (animal's proposeil visit to the United 'quiry and probe Iho whole matter ,o Siaies and Canada. I the bottom. NO HOME RULE __----- LONDON', April would te a mistake lo think that homo rule would be into force in Ireland immediately upon v ihe declaration of yeaee. AIL- drew nuuurvLuYv, government leader hi the hduso of i-oni- Uei-larcil iu the hunse today. Sir Thrums While replied tliat tEits was the Intimation of Ihc .pro- posed visit. 'v lion. A, K. MacLexti then referred to 9 question by Ernest Lnpoltito of KanjoiTas.ka, at previous sitting of the house as to whether arrange-, merits were being made with the Brit- 'ieji admffatly for leave to men enlist- ed in llio Dominion.1' Mr. MacLean in read a cable- grain to tlie that tae British ad- miralty liaj issued instructions that officers and men entered In the ini- Lierial navy from ihfc Dominions migM bo granted leave lo visit their homes after two years' service. I Sir Ham Hughes asked it the Ilrucu report was to ho lahled. Sh- Thomas replied tint his recollection was llii't Sir llohert IJor- deu Uud stored in Iho house thai the ISruce report was 3ioL an official one; Mr. said ihc publU- wore eulitleil to know 1C the charges which had been made of lute Tvure true. H was a good say tliat tiic war was over and they might not in- vestigate. The effort of Canada dur- ing the present war had Wen simply enlistments, total j casualties 21S.445; loans to govern- j nwnt, or ?1S2 per cap- ita. ualLonal dell on Xov. 30. anil proceeds of taxation C-C'O.OOOr' By ail means, therefore, the i country was entitled to ilie fullest fn- formatjon in regard lo the conduct of the war. Grievances could not be discarded with a wave of the hand. YYhen Gen. .Smart's charges, said -'THE RAINBOW TRAIL" Rainbow Ti'aii" opened yes- terday at the Tlioatri1. The is a con I i mint ion ot "Rjik-rs of the Purple- rec-eoUy at d orchardPi tie Kmpress and brings t j.uui back in the rofc of Uic tWd j-ange rider. II is a strong Wvitern packed with love uud heart ijm-iriM, .and af- ford j an unusual bf real thrills. It is one uf leet Farnum productions here, Tito scenes are laigely 3aul m :he Grand TURN TO THE RIGHT T I theatre aiiouN only oruc or uvitv ;L Cii'-hu-ss to the who has brought i it H tin.' jilay vi i'lm gon-IMs ivitV ur Brisk fuu, youtliful ronume and an j CTuttou for Oit v.uoU- Lisiijiiv, vithoui Tho title. "Turn io ;lio IUsM" N atmosphere ot green fields :iml tefcul-1 a frowji or a in iu ;u-iiun. j from (he Mory of yii erring hoy I'anyoii of Arizona uiul from a scenic- the iiiciuie probably excels anything of ilie son, yet undertaken by photoplay The scenery is nut liu- whole thing tit this dare, however, as many sct'iies in "The Itainbtr.v Trail" rise tu groat heights of intc-niiiy, Sterling in "The 5 Dare Devil is-ith rich appeal during iu long Turn 10 the Right" 10 i-ity liwylK-rs. and run on Hroadway ii lured thousands batl; to the (Jalcly Tbealre to vitw it iigtiin and Jj-ike Iho tried and true friends ot one's youth, frequent contLic? n'iUi lis lov- able t'liuructcrs deepeitcd the uttuch- ment and hrought fresh Hijuyniont with eat-h visii. TJio aiuioisnc-eincnt that "Turn to ihfc Itiylil." is coming io the on week, with the itvilliant and dwlniKuiBhed York east will ho hailed with To Icol the tbrilliji. the heart n-1 [lit surprises of tliEs modern coui-] ccly c-UifsIc will be a privilege that tliu Tlicre are no no dialogue in1 no situation-; to caus-' un- 1 fiuc on the Clirisltau i uce of his oldlashioiud mc-Umr. Will First Attend Final Session of'I'eate Conference at Versailles PARIS. Apiil to suit for the 1 1 Mr. Lemieuxi were drawn to the at- tenlton of the acting prime minister, be diil not give them the1' attention which lie should have them. therefore, vouW. no! ID brought down. "c fV0 a l" a" motion lo go into, .nado liy gallunt otlicer who H. Lciuieux reference la his overacas since the charts winch have recently !e ng of tho war. Tliero was asalnst the adminbtratloii ot m every prounce not milltiu .lopa-nracnt overseas anJ Ontario, gainst the admin that .there should bo'nn in- j vestiKatiou ut the earliest possible niODtelit, However he anid that tic did not intend to impugn the admiuistra-J ,t ions he found. Mr. fcvmtcus soldier ACHES AND PAJNS QUICKLY RELIEVED You'll find Sloan's Liniment Eoftens ihe'severe rheumatic ache istraiion of the railiUi ileparimont. hut Tor this Gen. Mcwhurn, lie was jesi.oMsHilOi for he had come late d had nothing to do with the condit- he could hardly Hud who had no' his talc oC He was glad be could refer to Uie jBA-idcncc of Gen. Smart, Col. Pratt and Col. Price, not as constituting biased evidence, hut as ihc evidence of men holding high and responsive ofHces in tbe army and also HS members of tlie party. Put it on freely. it in. Just Icl it penetrate naturally. What a sense of soothme rcliei soon iollows! External aches, stiffness soreness, cramped musclfs, strained back ailments can't fight off the relieving qualities of Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient, economical. -Made in Canada. Asl; any druggist for it. x BOLSHEVIKI WIN. LONDON, April Russian sovitt troops, after heavy fight- ing, have compelled the Ruman- ians to' begin a general retreat into from the line of the .Dniester in Podolia, a Rustia says. Furtner north in western Ukraine, the message adds, the iroops of Gen. Petlura have bsen driven from ific line cf Kamtnetz-Proskurov-Sritl- tovok. lent at Ilie opening meeting ot be jteace congress at Versailles, the Echo de Paris After his departure. Col. K. M. House will act for him, the newspaper ad'ds. 'in Two Parts PARIS, April Tlie peace treaty will he divided into two larts. according to (he latent mforma- Jon in the French press.' The first will concern Germany anil will include a clause by. which she will- pledge herself to-eomply with all agreements to be concluded with her for.aier allies. The F.ccood part will not concern Germany direclly and will he signed only liy Ihe Austrluii, Bul- gsrian and Turkish delegates.- Conslder Adriatic Question PARIS, April council ot four ot the peace coiifecfijice went into session again this morning with the nuestion ot the Adriatic again before it for Arthur J. British secretary for foreign affairs, took the place at he council session of Premier Lloyd Ocorge, who went to London yester- The supreme economic council is considering the question ot permitting Uermany to have certain raw -mater- als before tho peace treaty becomes effective with a revision of the hlock- ide regulations to that extent and it is understood the prospects, are good for favorable action. The economic coun- memoera also.aro considering plan for the conservation ot Italy's coal supply. Belgiuio lias been asket to name a delegate to sit on the econ- omic commission. LILLIAN GI5H AN r PLAYER Famous Griffith Star Will Be Seen in "The Great Love" Lillian Gisli, who portrays the role ot Susie i? David CriftitU's firsi ArtcruCt picture. "The Creal Lovo." which will be shown ut HtarlauJ to- night, makes her initial :ippturanee under Arlcruft in tbfs piny. -Miss Ciisli lias been :i star in inotloit picture work for several years and.her winsome personiiiiy ami lal- out have for hrti- a large and en- thusiastic screen following. Her most recent appearance was LII Mr. Gril- i mil's great war picture, "Heart3 of] the irhlch. is being played iUi enormous success in New York j City. Miss Gish 'appears in "The Great ,ovc" as a young Australian yirl, who ives in England and loves an Ameri- can soldier, and who eventually finds 'the great love11 in ttio service of her country and the cause of the world Democracy. Her cliaraciematipn is lo be unusually effective and' tvllh Ihe portrayals of Robert Harron, her sweetheart, anil Henry II. YVallhall, as an unscrupulous English baronfe't, who seeks to win her for her money, forms an artistic combination seldom icen in motion pictures. Card of Thanks Lirviment 30c, and SI20 NEURALGIC PAINS Chw Way to Soothing Wiurri OH ilamlin's Wizard Oil is a safe ami effective treatment for headache and neuralgia. in where the ualn is, it acts as a tonic to ilie tortured nerves atid almost invariably brings quick relief. Jts healing, antiseptic qualities can slways be relied upon to prevent in- tectipn.or othei serious results, from strains, cuts, burns, litteji ami slings. Just good, too, for feet, stiff neck, frost bites, cold sores and canker sore.-, Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return ilie bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver pleasant little pink pills, 3U tcnJs. Guaranteed. NEXT FOR ONE DAY ONLY CUNARD HNCHOR Anctior Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS From Apr. 24 Apr. 26 Apr. 26 Z May 3 May 10 From May 15 From May 17 May 17 From May 23 From May 31 New York .Snturnia -Carmania. .Vauban.1. George.. .Aquitania. ,.t ____ Montreal .Cartandra. York .rnauretanm. So .Caronia. Montreal- .SaturnU.. New York .Royal Gcorgt. Lender; Liverpool Liverpool LLverjjool Liverpool Liverpool uthampton Liverpoc! Glasgow Liverpool J'urchase PrepnTd Ticket.-! now for lleJalives and Friemls lo ensure prompt galling. For all information, diiuly lo any of our Agents, or lo Company's Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, SOVIET 'TROOPS WIN BERLIN, April Copen- again is plettly in the hands of the Com- munltte, according ths Tage- blatt, but loyal "to the gov- ernment have ments and artillery agarnst Communist stronghold in the central railroad station. 'Jlrs. tleoveo -Jlorgan and TVilliani Morgan wish to acknowledge the sym- pathy and kindness shown to them in tbetr bereavement and" also lo thank j tlio Sons of Kr.glsnd Lodge and friends for Iho foil owing, beautiful Sloral Iri- outes: Heart, Vlfc. anil children; wrcaliis. Smith Bros, and Wilson, Wel- lington Bros-.. Mr. and Jfrs. J. W. Per- due, Mr. and ".Mrs. Mr. and Jlrs. Mr. ami Mrs. C. i Perdue, ilr. and 'Mrs. Kmery, Mr. am! i _________ -Mrs. C. Perdue; cross, '.Mr. and' Mrs. W. S. Scott and -wreath, Joan the Woman" the magnificent members ami officers of Sons ot l-'ng-j pholodrama is playing He Col- land l.odga; cross, his lirotiier; sprays. Ionia! Theatre tS-largc audiences. It Mr. and Hales, Mr. and I is one-of the most wonderful spec-. Help Your Digestion When aeid-4ut relieve the with KMIOIDS ruily on tske as candr. Keep yenr stukadi sweet, try MADC mr SCOTT fr. BOWNE ASTHM. UNSTAKTLY RELIEVED W flSTHMADORi Mrs. JV A, and Mrs. 0. ilr. and Airs. J. S. anil''Mrs.- Shirtcs', Mr; ami Mrs. -Meads, '.Mr. rind Mrs. J. H. John- son. Mr. Mrs.-J. Davidson, Mr. and "Mrs. J. .lull..-Mrs. l.chriian. Mr. ami Mrs. 'U. 11. John- json, Jlr. and Mrs. J. Maason, Mr. and 'Mrs, Meads, Mrs. H. Wilson and Gor- don, -Mr.'G. Lowe. BRITISH MODIFY EMBARGO 'WASHINGTON, April Brit- ish government has modified its em- bargo, according to official dispatcucs itotiav, hy issuing general licenses per- niittins I've imjortalion >of strap, including miner leather- nieces and soio toppor. ores, dj-ed. cotorstl and printed coiton goods and orcg conlafning esiover proiluced, and will _be "shown' again'at the Cplonial. today and twice Wednesday at 130 and AVOID COUGHtT GOUGHERJI SPRING FKVER wit. Ijmn-lm C.., tNrtml, COLONIAL TODAY AND WEDNESDAY At2-15nnd 8.15 The Knonnons Spectacle JOAN THE WOMAN With Geraldjno Kiirrar and Cast Pri'cei: Matineei 35c Nights 50c Children 25c FoBowiof Cofcfa, Grippt, Tkm, HEBE IT IS G. W. V. A. ORCHESTRA! FIVE PIECES PHONE 372 OPEN FOR DANCE ENGAGEMENTS I HAMILTON, OnL. April 15- Hamil- [ton's meat market-is in danger of ,bc- throlllecl. The United Formers' I Association is Ijlamcd. Tho' (arniers lot tlio district arc shipping all tlieir meat lo Toronto and it looks as i If In tlio near future Hamilton l lie compelled to buy there add the ex- tra expense of iransporU'ttei lo the (already high prices. (By Dt A'ALESTIXH Hon.) At this lime oi, year most people 'suf- fer from what tcrni txcause of a stagnant condition of the blood, because'of the toxic prison] itortd tip within the body during Ilie long winter. We, eat much" meat, link or no green people, thin, anemic people, DRASTIC LIQUOR LAW j those with pale d.ceks and lips, who .L. Jm i nave a poor appef ile ant) {tel that lired, A. Aptil wonl or ltl ift-m '_ have been made to tiie prol.llMtmn time ofllw year, should try the refresh- ing tonic power.1; of a good alterative and blood purifier. Such a tonic as druf- liave sold for fifty years, is Doctor New Cafe THE EUROPEAN CAFE ON 2nd AVE. SOUTH, IN REAR OF LETHBRIOCE HOTEL OPENS ITS DOOMS FOR ON SATURDAY, APRIL 12TU. regulfitlons which provide tor Iho for jfciltire of Intoxicating liquor when to a hogus consignee.. Under the now regulations it the consignee or owner ran not and no claim h made within 13 nrp oritered. Provision Is also made tor forfcltnre of seized allhough Ins been ob- lained. ALL N. B. VETERANS WILL HAVE'A .VOTE FREDERICTON'. ,V. B. April' Brtins- wick soldiers, whether or net untfer 21- years of age, hare. been granted the franchise in provincial dedloas under ftaendmeiiti to. tbe act, which [ttf suggested by the onpmftion adopted in ttio Pterce's Golrftn Medical'DUcovcry. It is a standard remtdy tlut can bi ob- tained in ta'nlcl liquid Made- without akohol from .wild roots isA Occasionally one fhonld "clein with castor oit or tiny pills made of of thn' fearcs of >toe iaian, and seM by affflost all dranutj in this country tr Doctor PelfetJ, HninJi; O.-ir.-''! was In tery condition. not, tu without feel- ing [tlitrejjed. Had IndlgMtion M ta41y 1_ In misery. I had lirer trouble ,as and I'AA two put aa 'down and out'- (or about flm ,7fars. I had many good doctors 90! BO relict. I look DncUn- rterce'a OoMen .and netom, I bad o f tn leM K tflolithj 1 well, I cotiid eal, Axxi? KVixoiti'fttt llurairf'Sl.'' HERE IT IS FOR: DAYS TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY D.W GRIFFITHS SUPER-PRODUCTION "THE GREAT LOVE" WITH LILLIAN QISH, GEO. FAWCETT, ROBERT HARRON, HENRY WALTHALL, MAX- FIELD STANLEY, ROSEMARY T4EBY, GLORIA HOPE, AND THE SAME MILLIANT CAST SAW IN "HEARTS OF .THE ANO "THE BIRTH OF A NATION." THE ZEPPELIN RAIDS QUEEN ALEXANDRA LADV DIANA MAN- NERS, AND A OF ENGLAND'S "PROUDEST" WOSK- INO SIDE'BY SIDE WITH THE, MOST LOWLY LONDONERS. S E E D'.V. GRIFFITH'S VThe Grea-tLoye' Daily M .2 and J.45 Evening 7 and 9 AdmiMien. 30e and I5c We and 20c Mirtinet at 4.15 Wednexlay, Children 5c Six fmt Oitimtra ari Miti Smnud Mr. m r WELCOME RETURN VISIT WINCHELL SMITH GULDEN'S GREATEST'OF ALL HITS GOLDEN COMEDY AND JOHN L. WITH THE BEST SHOW OF THE SEASON 1 f TURN TO THE Prices war tax. Seat sale Now.Mail orders now. MAJESTIC THEATRE CUStAIN AT WORK SHOi; Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing (SENTLEMEN .65 .75 1.00 1.50 JO 1.00 Suit Only...............-......'. 3-Piece Suit Prcwt 2-Piece Suit Sponge Cleaned and Suit, French Panta Preaaed Only Panta Sponge Cleaned and Preeted ............j Panta French Dry Ciaantd.................... Overccat Preiaed Only Overcoat Cleaned and Prened from "-LAOIES i Suft Preued Only, .75 Suit Cleaned and Pressed from 1.00 French Dry Cleaned, from.............................' 1.50 Skirt Prea.Md Only, from .10 Shift Sponge Cleaned and Preaaed, from -.55 SKirt French pry Cleaned, from .70 i All Rtfuirinj CharfCa Extra I DELIVERY FREE We Cleu White Fan, .1 Afl ao4 Fkvr Carpets High Claaa Work at Lo'wert Regular Cui'omers Evety Weak, to per cent. LEE DUCK 402 13tti STREET N, PHONE 1771 fLBtBTA PRESS- TONIGHT No m Sequel to ot new in plot thtnie. The trtanl wetMm tury tit Grty. Alto Sterling in "The Daft Dtvil In for the moner. Nut in ;