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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE DAILTf HERALD PAGE FIVE 111 NOTIEAVE StraiDtd Situation Have Beta KeUevH To Some slight ement iu at any the Bltuatkm. Is iuierrtow obtained with I'rein- Orludo Ute tills afternoon he is Huaie entered an automoWiu out allowing myself Iu ue seen. Xow, however, 1 thill show myself to crowd, as it is my duly and ft sball exprees Us feelings." No Complete Rupture While the preparation5 for the de- nurture of Premier Orlando and other Italian commissioners were proceeding', there were some fn- dk'aiions that there hud been no de- cision to make the rupture u complete one. The Italian members ol certain minor committees met as usual with [the reuresenUtivM of the other f'ammiiRicf ions and reports some ot the HUBfanaj.1 Umimuiusl council looms that the Kalians Are Undisciplined And ATTE OMURDER (ItlAXD FORKlj, B.C- April Mary Saunter, 17 yearn old. !ivs al the brick ot at her home in Midway, j B.C., today, and her assailant, Nick i Patty, an Italian sefUonnran, ivho fired bultet iuto tier neck when she re- Ills aiteiitJouF, has been arrest- "ed find taken lo Republic, Washington, to await (rial. SHOCKED" AT STARLAND ot "The I.ure ct tlio Circus'1 will tlie neiv Black be SUCMYU on the. game bill, together whh the attractions. and also a funny comedy. "Damaged and the lateit official Weekly Gaulle. The big I'iramount special. "Tho (luiliy .Man." comes to the Colonial for three days, starting Monday. A PICTURE EVERY CANADIAN MUST SEE "1 nevftr sought t-rowtls o> 1'AlllS. April 1 Whw I returned to Kwiue Italian .jt'.etallon to the jnnce con- torence aunouncvl Intention of allured tbU af- ternoon by Lloyd tfcat the UalUns would not' Putin today, .Mr. Lloyd Ueorce, a conference With Premier jOirUndo dur- ing the afternoou, went to Wilson's Paris directly terwarJ. As ha reached there lu_ made the remark: "Tlie Italians will'not leave today." There uas no explanation o' ho the situation stootl beyond the Inlet i i-tiiii.irl. ijuote't. llie Brltilh lireuyor :neant that the entire Italian delegation would uot go. or whether he had succeeded iu inducing P'retnier Orlando 10 remain was not developed. IilcyJ George's tloclaraiion, however, was construed M indlcaltni' fttfnlflf of 1 the trelii stopped at the gates ol hid :iot Informed IKefr confreres of i any determination uot to attend future I meetings. Did Orlando Know j PARIS. April was stated in {tilth Uniled States quarters today that Wilson soreret Oays ago in- formed Premier Orlando of the con- tents ot the statement which (he presi- dent issued yesterday.' Premier Or- lando then consulted with Col. House and discus jed with him tho question of the issuance of a counter-statement the Italian premier. This explanation was made to show that the ItaliaU delegates were' not quite as surprised over the issuance of tlie president's statement as they to be, May Pcitpont Date PARIS. AjH-H (Associated dale of the arrival "of tfie (JeVrnau delegates 3t Versailles is still not determined and the allied representatives awe apparently not pressing for haste, iu view ot the fact that the uncertainties of the Italian situation might nossiuly made an RtadUv Withdraw COPENHAGEN, April The Rumanian troops continued their toward Budapett on April 22 on the entire line Theiw ami tne evening were before .120 miles due eait of Budapect, according to reports from Budapevt today. Hun- garianc evacusted j fVoHowhifi up his recent sensational tilebiu ift moving pittuves, and fresh j from his triumphant opening at (.'al- Uary, Sergeant Joe" Alberton will 'come to (lie Starland Theatre for two Why Hecause ''Canada at Moos" is a vivid and true- representa- tion of the Canadians' last victory in the worM war. Mons. the city where j HOPS. of Montreal. In "Canada at -Mons" there are some o[ the most impressive and rratlstli; scenes of the figbtiiiff 1he wtstern front. Included In fee ties depleted Is one showing tho ihc great drive began in 1914, was rtx-itptured by the L'anadtaas the very last day of Hit war, just be dm of this week, tommeuciuij tomor- fore the guns ceased firing oiring to 'the armistice betog signed. Tho last HrittsU rfegiment to march out four years ago vras the' old Black Wat oil. The first to march in was TOMORROW AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS THERE WILL BE AN AUCTION SALE FURNITURE COMMENCING AT INCLUDE Attractive Fumed Dining Sul'e. handsome Brasfi yBeds com- plclc Sanilary Lounge Davenport, Dreeserg and Stands, Hound Extending Dining Table, Moffatt Coyk Range. .WINDSOR OHGAX in Oak C3BQ, Raymond Sewing Machine. Mliaion Oak Secretaire, Incufcator and Brooder, Carjwt" Squares and RUKI. large Ilockers, (JUANTITV CORK LINOLEUM. 200 VEffC. GAKDBN HOSK 50 ft% leusths, and numerous smaller VVAODINQTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE TERMS'CASH PHONES A Hungarian statement that the Hungarian eommunitt troops behavMl at points with complete tack of discipline, especially before, Ciibrocoiin. This attitude on the part of the 'troops led to the withdrawal from that city. On Tuesday evening the Human- had occupied Kiajeno, on the river, sr.tJ Mak'Sralka, northeast of Dcbrftozln, South of they were advanc- ing on Nagy-Sralonta, "SheH-ShocfeeiJ" is the enuuaUon of. I the fertile brain of After la's premier j soldier-actor-authcr. it is the first successful "speaklns" picture yet in- troduced, aud It uiiKle a tremendous i hit in Calgary, ii being shown to cap-. jacity houses at all performances ot the Regenl Theatre there for {he first) four days'of this week. Thousands have daily turned away, and a Veturn engagenjent for Calgary has _ been v j It IF> the first photo-play known to j be produced in Canada, and as the [principal actor is known personally I to hundreds of our citizens it will be a decided and novel attraction, Sor- jgeanl Atherton's work on the .I j mate singe needs no commendation on 'our part. He has jumped right into; him foremost ranks" of our and' .jlits appearance al the Starland theatre j with Ins wonderful "shaking'1 film Canadians advancing over a wide stretcjfof country, which a nuoiber or army officers ol high rant hive de- clared 10 he undoubtedly the finest photograph ever taken of an army ad- vancing to attack under lire. A bar- rage is sliowu, protecting: art vane- iny troops, and the can ba clearly aeeu exploding among the Gcr- This llritisli-Qiade film o. the Cana- dian victory will be shown at-the Km- pros Thettire tor the last time to- uigiii. .Ajaln we say "Canada at ii a picture every Canadian must see. Last show Ins of- "The Great Hn- a six-net feature elEo. DANDERINE" FOR FALLING HAIR _____________Jy Stop "dali'dr'uff and double beauty of your hair for few cents. j win undoubtedly prove a banner at-j [early inauguration of discus- "raction. _________ I fiibns ".lietween the re i-rfsenta lives of; i the powers and WEEK END SHOW 'the Delays In'.. AT COLONIAL TODAY framing the .preliminary peace is also 1 At. the Colonial, starting tofiay, will bo shown another of the big week-end are making tho1 Colonial Theatre the most popular place in i SPECIAL SEA FOOD FOR FRIDAY lOc 12c 12c Herring, per pound......-.......... Brills, per pound................... .'.Pickerel, per pound..........J. Cleaned White pound....... This is niarkel In the diy where you can buy Tish" that Jv filleted and iiropared. Tats unquestionably olini- inotcs allNvaale and ccrlainly the niasl economical-way to buy fish. We hive also a M line of Fresh and Smoked Fbh to choose frcsa SPECIAL ATTENTION TO PHONE OSDER8' Dominion Fish Market reason not decicline on the i arrival of the enemy, plenipotentiaries. The German 'delegation will be )ai- announced. Gen. Nn- j Koch's representative i at iias been officially informed that an Sddition to (lie peace ileleea- tion will be a narty ot 75 persons, in- i clucliiie experls, anil Eome 40 electric- ians antl telegraplicrs.... Three minor Ufiman officials who are now at Spa will leave imraeiiiately lor Versailles 'to make arrangements regarding tele- graphing anil facilities for feeding the irrila- roots tiic hair 'falling heir once and rid'the scalp of every nartic'e of dandruff, get -a -smail1 bot- tle of "Jlandcrine11" al anyrisrug .storo fftt a few ccnls. pour a lillle tn your hand ami rub it into the scalji. After several apijlications the hair I'oiiiing out and you ran'l find any Your hair Roll, that no final decision bas ['been reached as to according freedom of'movemetit to the Genoans, as re; quested by Count von Brockdorff- Hantzau; the German foreign minister. nor regarding possible access by-allied i-newspape'rtneh to the press represen- 1 tatlves of the German delegation. Aiidrow Tardieu, who is in charge ot lias any freedom bang 'given llitf Germans and has insisted that they Lo IMJ treated as. enemies until tha treaty 'is signed. _ The supposition iliat the delay in the completion''tot" theL draft "of the treaty has been.iUe entirely to mater-j ial difterences-baa begn abandoned, it being afimUled in .council, circles that filial ile'ciaions bare not been reached j town. ffhe feature attraction Tyill be the sensafional drama, TWO DAYS ONLY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL ZSUi AND 26th THE MANAGEMENT OFFERS THE SUPREME SENSATIONAL'.' PICJUBE'.'OF THE HOUR Sergt ATHERTON Will Appear in in Person arid Speak the Words 1 AT EVERY PERFORMANCE LILALEE 'IN "The Cruise of the Mqkebelieves'- WILL "BE THE PARAMOUNT FEATURE Chlldrtn 15c SOe; 26c SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY, CHILDREN 5c This yionderfal pirturi ik'oVing Regent Theatre. Cat- for four week and is pltyinf to bnslnpsa day. Don't aslsi It. On it 75 in wM't'he new Black Waick OUR OWN CANADIAN BOYS COMC AND PICK OUT. V6UK FRIENDS A PICTURE EVERY CANADIAN SHOULD SEE AW HAROLp LOCKWOOO In K stirring drma of rMnnce and beauty MEAT ROHAWCE AW F.ttr ArWkk "Frtty'i Wid Stupcndoiu Week-end Show -TODAY, FRIDAY SAT. ALSO THE POSITIVE SENSATION OF THE YEAR' THE FILM THAT BLOCKED THE TRAFFIC IN, DETROIT WEEK i Charlie Chaplin A TrVmeatloor lluntan-ioterest Story of a Jfan'3 Canniest over His Eril See beiufrful women, riu from a jlaia in mtn'i hand. Tin marveloiii prodweiJ on the Kreen. The of menfaf control. A fifht for the formula for the tive krwwii. fteauttfuf firl made Tnetrument of destruction, a imin pour beautiful women out of a kotttc. Everywhere he looked he nwrfe women.., of for drink. How a bMHttfvl iirl rt-tn-Hr man't dettiny. ThrilHnf flijlit and In a xltntWi SEE LYONS-MORAN COMIOY "DAMAMO OOOO" LATEST OFFICIAL WEEKLY OAZttTE IN "LU1E OF THE CttCUS" 19TM AND MOtT USUAL AND t CMlMtM MATrHM fATVUVAT ;