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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1919 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE LOADSil Vull Explain Was in Demobilization OTTAWA. April JS.-Sil' Mated In huuse ttit voudiera (or llle H15.01W.OOO of Mtln for the luditor-gentrtl't report lud nrrivrd In'Caaida nnd lhft( there jifTeml o[ iheoi. they uttc ini! Gen. ritoli had pxplBlaeil In t letter that an audit befcn ruadf OTerscaa. Artriur Introduced a hill to the IKimiaion Forest Re serva anrt I'ark Act. He aalil. llic-rc uo departure from princlule. Out (if provlriea for the. f'Oii- fiscaliuu tif KO'jds HleBally used in contrarjr to parl.i regu'atlonJ. litll was given reading. Major-Cell. made a slate- ment rtgardinj; the delay In the de- -ice latdy. lit stated tint tills was I due to ia J-'ram the of ilinlci o! tht> armistice uatll April 15 had demobl- in Cacida 15S.141 troops of all jranki. March ovbr troops, have brought to Canada, and oa April IS there were still 000 overseas. Tho expectation had been that 45.0AQ would have been de- mobilized'during April.'ar.d I ills 06 Jcoreind vltli the opening o! the Ct. Mwrence. However, owing to Jtrlouj strike at Liverpool there had bteu a delay. Scarcely any sailings were taking place ami the situation quite uncertain. It was varv try. nc to ttve solders overseas and it botii at Hali- fax and at Meanwhile, every bU ettort Iwing ma'le to meet the iHiutlou. EXPOTTMUFF. IBM MR FORCE moblHzBtlon of troops which had flclals mm tSBEENMED civic Pin- p'ojeei' strike anil sympathetic strike bv leamsierii "ivan' tallcij off. toilay shortly after .ultiniKfct. Ihn council ol the of-health aud'K. McGrath. xX the provincial of labor, were the The de- mands of the.union lor recognitioii and reinstatement of ibe two By WtoHOM Hanilin's Oil is a effective treatment for sors liUle .roubles like earache, tnotliachf, cold sores, catilcer sorei, 5 tiff neck, and tired aching Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al- ways bring quiet; relief. Get it from druggists for 30 If return the botrie and get your money back. or Iuve siclc headache? Just trv Wizard Liver Whips, pleasanl little pink filU, 38 GyaianteeA I ei. A Eim Uoru, hut Priuce- who has married his ivife lor her hates thf boy because ic deprives of his ol his wife's chariuv At last the rebels flees to the anisi for protection. How the artist, blind and crippled as he is, gites Jife to secure her bapiuneis ami that ol her vividly portrayed irt this Also fharlio Cbaplr: :u j Artist.1 "Thn Jlum Wrstern Members 1'nck in th Apply Clos-Jre C. X. R. Hill ar f LOXDOX. April 28.- During tho Son two occasions the Kaiser escaped destruction at iJic liand i'he H.A.F. i both ol tbes BRILLIANT COMEDY SATIRE Margarita Fisher in "The Mamie ot se invasions it was the 'TI. A LONG FELT WANT HAS BEEN SATISFIED We take greal pleasure in advising our patrons and the public generally that we hav.e just built and equipp'ed an up-to-date" f Power Carpet Plant We are prepared to lianaio tba Carpet and.Rus busineij In a manner that we feol sure Trill aatilfy pttroci. vnen tha Cirjwt rain rtom'l get your Dry-Cleaning necdi. whlct ne van supply to rouv thoroujt latiatKllon.', We reipsctlully nolicft share ol the publjc patronaii. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Don't ,tell the drirer you wiil week, ai he Is ndt autoorlzed to you credit. Lettibridge launilry Go. ltd, I uncertainly as to. .'hat will happen in i chrlslmas Kv-. 1S17. Xo. SS the commons'this when coii-1 squadron, was carrying out ore of iu bid oration of the bill In Mull way Com- pany Is JH under the closure H IK understood that while members of ttie opposition are disposed to until P. 0, BOX 477 PHONE, 441 PAHIS, April covenant of the league of nations was adopted this afternoon without and without amend. tnent. Vl The covenant had been moved by President Wilson, Sir Eric Drunmond, of Great Britain, was named for the first secretary- gensral of the league. 2 o'clock TbursdiyvinornmE, irhen it would automatically cease, others say they should content themselves with making protest against the closure and against the bill to go llirougli 'without furtlier consideration, 1 The majorilj' ot tlic western -hers are now back in the capital and I regular raid? on' Mannheim. A motif: the objectives wae tho railway atatioo, wblch wu hit by several lu'avy boitbt, which it and destroyed 'hft way aud completely block- ed all traffic. Only f.ftj- mtnutts be- fore the bombs fell the Kaiser End his staff, enroutc from the Verdun front to Berlin, had parsed through the station, ihc Imperial train beipg. as a matter of fad, actually the last train through. The second escape took plate as late irii regard to 'he, tai-lff. .No caucus of western members has yet baeu called. There is, bowever, again some talk of the possibility of ihe session Itetng to an early close with the promise ot the liouso being tailed together again In the autumn. This plan, if adopted, wouW- defer tariff anil other problems until the return Squadron attacked (Ue main station and the railway triangle at Metz-Sab- loii. Five bombs fell on (he stntioiL, othcrs in ihe station square, and goods sheds.. Investigation matfe since the armis- tice prove that the loss of life was veiy great. General" -was ex- ent of truth about the (requent mis- direction of human effort on tlie purl uf philftiitbrcplsts. But it la eutlrtly a It-ijon, aud will be shown at Starland tonight and tomorrow. f a orphan. Xdraii Mc- Donald. Miss Fi-her plirs geulous part, she inadvertently becomes tbt love of becomes the object of' the p'lr and liter the love ol Paul Hawaii, a would be benefactor of the poor. He mis takes her for a much sinned against young vromsu, and, In the trrlcg to aid her. is shown. he light fo a new ami human way ot doing good. PARAMOUNT SPECIAL ATTRAC- TION "THE GUILTY MAN" AT COLONIAL TONIGHT he Great attrac- tion "The Guilty Man" which was pro- duced under Ihe personal sypsrvision of Thouiai H. luce, will opt-u a d'ayi at (bft Colonial Theatre today. This li the film ver- sion ot Charles Klein's iamoui slay which such a sensational RUC- cess on Broadway during HIS season, under'the superrislon o' li. Incfi. The cast Includes beautiful Gloria Hope. Vivian William Garirood. J. P. Loctoey. Oharles FrencL, Hel Cooley, John Steppling, aud Hayvrard Mack. The story is uue of gripplne inten- sily, Ati'.'mt fltli tile life ot a Paris- Uii aod her illegitimate daugh- ter, who, murdering bar iteffalher. is prosecuted for Ihe state by own father, who Iftrnim the identity ot girl li trying to con- iemn to death, twgi hrr as -well M that ol'her mothtr. Huth Davil aad CMrlo Kltln ire the antioM of the prolucllou, Khidi oyx) a lent mil run on a. Broadway stage receatly. "The Guilty will to ba one of the hert dramatic seen recommended by phyifciajis tor Insom- nia, rtheumallani, Indtgefflton, Headache, afld by beauty Specialists (or the skin and scalp. To-our ont-oMop'n to 3iTf. v.pritiog, cut out this enclose money for and ISc for postage, fill In name and address distinctly, and mail 10 Star Electric Co. WELFARE The grtat importance of the Chili' Welfare movement to the present and future greatness of the nation la Indi cated by statistics ot the junior pop ulation of.rlhft Province. The corrected figures of the population of. young people" in Alberta corrected to the first of Jauuary, 1918, show tbat the total under one year was. 12.330, mid cr five years cf age under ten years of age' 129.693, under fifteen years of age v rr tlic importance of- tho question were estimated only by the proportion ot the junior population lo the whole it will be seen at a glanco-hovr niendously important is Iho welfari of Alberta's children.' As con5iderabli over per cent, of the population i under fifteen years of age this entitle tlie children to n largo share ot publi as well as private interest. Hut the numerical side of the tton is in one sense ihc le.ist-import ant For these juniors represent th citizenship of the future and they ar al that plastic, teachable stage of Iheir j development.' when they may t a light j those virtues and qualities or charact-' cr lhat will niaks for national ness and prosperity eonfe to years of maturity, -It. would be of the grealeU help if the Church, tKe school and tlie stale 'Oinbineil lo build into young lives the elements that make for 'na- tional greatness. For they present ti rare opportunity to correct' the ,evils In our national life which'arc a, source ol so much trouble today. It is n most promising' sign that interest is awakening on every hand to tho (he'child. Ah in- creasing number'arc giving them- in tho problems of Cliifd Wel- fare and this is undoubtedly the best investment of human endeavors for it April IKenier's.l 'ho .British naval lus Hughli sankufE "euport today, 'fTveuty-fwo of the were drowned and ten rescued, he llughli -n-as carrying explosives ir clearing the Oslend channel. It s uncertain whether the disaster was to an explosion or to stranding n a sandbank. mony. The "High GeneraV ivas iiiau tue Kalsei- himself. Fort- unately for the Knleer, the alarm had reached him In time, and ii's train was stopped at Th'ionville. only 16 miles distant, and he and his suite hnrried- ly took'cover. Details of thexe two ralda are included in a srjufttlron hts tory, which is now ia course-of prepar- ation by one of the former members, to tils conferers as Navy Cut" Cigarettes wrapped In Tin foil. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK .3. Hardly 3s the- breath of life kepi in any great natlpnal effort. Enthusiasm jencralefl by roluntary cause is cf- ervescent. Kepatriation, though bntii i national and an idividual problem, is subjected to this rule oE life. Yet, the spirit must be kept strong, for tbe returned man has a paramount claim upon his country. Eager humanity jinust be prevented !rom slow petrifcation and creatures failg in love with UIB modal. of fie.sh and blood must not be treat- Through a m'isundtrstandlng he cd as machines merely, through the forces her to triarry him and takes her business-like methods of departmenis. for the cause must preserve their keenness-and refrain from all semblance ot formal attitudes. All this. Kvelyn Nresbit in her William KOI photoplay, "The Woman Who Tvill feature the program of Uie Empress Theatre today and tomorrow. In "The Who Gave" this .beautiful and accomplished William Foi star plays the part of an artist's mode) in studios ot Paris, a crippled AmerfeanarUst paintins a A Bulgarian Prlncs sees this picture before it Ss ___ away before the picture is Mulshed. The arlist grieves and loses his sight and returns, to America iritb his broth- will bring results reaching character. of the nibsl.far Kb Street South, Lethbridge, Rhone 1332 N'nme Address If r.ot sailsfiCTl within tun [lays return tlic Vibralqr anil refund your.money. 7 7 IF STATELY DIGNITY Is ycnr. cliofco for a mofiainont. are rciily to submit a :varicLy of deslRiia. Lethbridire Moanmntal 8th Street, R. Neetfs. is "fsly. constituted (o deal out sympathy' anil helpfulness wholesale. The need for breadth and living sympathy to Iho returned man is Im- perative. It Is hard to criticize a dis- abled soldier making attempt to get on terms with life again if lie is exas- perated by the latk of breadth and sympathy. The -gods liave been very good to those who by accident stayed at home, and .very ill lo those wno went out to fight. Every citizen who does. anything for returned men. can at least do it patiently, ungrudgingly and with a real desire to foresWll 1'ieir wants; or, olherwiseVlfe is weighed In the ialance and found to be base metal. 'lie spirit, in which citizens Iry to er've those who have truly served neni should never change. It may be that -'in the 'hearts .of many men injured In the iwar Iliere tnrns a feeling that the country they served is grudging them a fair recov- ery aud a decent living.] The country 3 not grudging it {o but (Jiere s so much delay, deferred hope and 10 many sick hearts, lhat'it may often seem so. Th'e disabled man may often be im- patient 'and restive. Can because of the life he lias lived 'during Ihe four years? So much tho more for patience and sympathy in :hose' who want to help him. Under- afanding is -what he Traats more even lhan he wants larger pensions and bet- ter alldftnces. to feel that those whoso duty and pleasure it is to deal wllh hi: case reallifc the nature f lhat caso in terras ot human emo- tion; Itva't (o get a training in what he really fancies, Instead of, what others fancy for him, may mean all HID difference between an1 iteresling future and blank drngery; that to go back under f. doctor who has begun and .gained his confidence would be half the bstlls ot recovery In this macHlne-rulcil world, where everyone strikes an. altitude of facts and figures, ail the humanism that can-be got Is needed, so lhalwhe'n n returned man comes Inl6 an office or an instilutibn ho always, fee' friendliness about hlm'arid know be ireafirl, Tiijt in accordance wiSh'the lettef'bnt with the spirit ol MOTORIST WITH TIRE TROUBLE CALL AND SEE US LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS We are the "doctors for tick We have the up-to- date efiurpment iri Southern Alberta for Rim Broken our specialty.'. is done by ex- perts, plain or non-ski d. All work Out of 'orders paid one way. Phone -1664 712 3rd Avenue South BASIL E. CHAPLIN, Mgr. t ED..CHAPLIN, Prop. e prop Keep up Ihe TOrk'in th ft TO MlVATE OWNERS IT'ON. April Jieen aakert.hy (InVril Biirleson lo .ipprove Ihs lm- mertialc fetirfl ol cable lines lo private owtiefs; In an- nonnilnft his-tctwiB post- lie hftped restor- ation of ;hfl properties coulrl lie (ecletl 10. TONlGHt ANtJ. TOMORROW V MARGARITA FISHER (N 'THE MANTLE OF CHARITY Fire reels o! laughter, satire and mtsclilef. depleting IM es- sence o( lesson might make John RockeleHer ait up and notkf. L v- ALSO OF Kplsoii9 Eleven, "DO YOU LOVE YOUR A scre'amljigly. tunny comedy featuring Stan I.aiirol M P R E S TODAY AND TOMORROW. NO ADVANCE IN WILIJAM FOX presents the knows and beauty EVELYN NESBITT THAW IN, 'i' "THE WOMAN WHO GAVE" An Intense and pni-crtul photoplay ol a woman'i to keep her life clean (or tbe ot her ADDEO ATTRACTION CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "Ttie Ham Artfat" COIDUIL EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION A H WOODS PRESENTS BROADWAY SUCCESS HUTS IIBbBK PAV1S Ul OHAIUJi" 1HVIN V. WILIUT, of H CORP. TUB BIGGEST DRAMATIC TREATS OF 35c; lie The Last LYCEUM ATTRACTION mm mm IK ONE OF WOULD KNOX CHURCH TOMORROW Evening AT Relore tlic war began, Mont-arllle notrerj i rwoolwfl on subjects ol world inlerert. Hlr In col- lege and hlB sluilles for a quarter of a century 1< his- tory, politics and the tX afutri, lecture on Ihe reconstruction ot was pronounced by vefr oltllnjalshed pnhllclets Ike mMt rlefe'prmentatlori of wKola cue of Ihe worM wit ttot Us put Into a slnglo His present ncUviUes directed loward -prtHr. opinion to develop and In received the imarriraovs election the ncttontl' I.yccilni a'nd for the tiM UBe, was tominissfoned lo deretop powers of the Lyceum movernentA into war. t Jlontavllle addresses are like jreat plan, impressive strnctare, perfection (n Inlilllk. value and noble purpose. One Mid that not 'tttsrn, but "instUntlons." They have; style, pnlty, grasp Their effect remains in-the at the hearer both'speaker and spetch hivolbteone dim In mtaauij, 75c ;