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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER TUB LiiTimmnGK DAILY PAGE FIVB lirougli lu face oC of attack the their IntolH- which wero alike strange' gence, tiuickfitlHg ovwy task that they ind Infinitely dKBtult lo euarrl 'touched; their capacity (or orgaiilia- aInBt, Jn all Ilils raoveriiouj only 758 illoii and cooperation, wlilch gave 7? M'lfr'UHP FROM FllON'l' 1'Aljjg, iu'sjmont be wi orked No definite program tlon tun bo outlined now, -Mr.' Wllion Bald, but' at soon ax Die armUtlo waa signed government control of buSineis woulij bo rolqaMrt as fav an possible, He cxjiresjfil Hit) liopa that .congress would not object to conferring Upou tlw war trade board or -some uijcncy Iho riglit of flxlnr export lirloritleo to Assure shipment of food to starving people abroad. Jhe new three-year naval building program was endorsed, because, tbo president said, (t would be unwtM'to attempt to adjust the American pro- srfl'm lo a future world policy as yet undetermined, Appeil For Womin Suffrage Faying tribute to the peoples con- ducting the war, he spoke particularly of-tho work of the women and again appealed for woman .suffrage by fed- eral amendment. Dajlai-lug be bad "no private thought or In going to France, but (bat he regarded it aa bis Lighnst duty, the prcsidont added: "II is now my duty to play my full liart 'In making good what tboy (Am- erica's coltliors) offered 'their -life's bipod to obtain." Beniocratic representatives arose slid applauded. President Wilson nounced bis Intention of going in per- son to tbo peace conference. The president concluded after speak- Ing 42 minutes and chamber aniidat applause limited to tbevncmo eratlc side. Interruptions of tbe ad- dress "for aues lions which bad been threatened by some Republican mem- bers of tlie house did not materialize. President's Speech The president said: "Gentlemen ot Iho Congress: "The year that lias elapsed since 1 last before you to fulfill my con- stitutioual'duty to give congress from time to-time information of. -the Etaio of the union has been so crowded with men were lost by enemy G30 ot whom' wore upon a slnglo Ungllsb which was gunk near Uiu Orkney Islands. noed not tell yoii what lay back of this great movement of and material. It Is not Invidious to say that back of It lay a supporting. organ- ization ot the Industries of tbe coun- try end of all Its productive activities more complete, IUOTO thorough In method and effective In results, and more spirited than any other great t had been able to tbe gaged for nearly Iliree years in Ihe oxlKent nnd exacting business, tholr every resource and every active pro- ficiency taied to I tie utmost. We were Hie Fupile, Rut we learned .quickly and acted with a promptness and read- their action discipline and enhanced Ihe of everything they attempted; their aptllurle at tasks to which Ihey Imd never bcforo set Ihclc han'Js; l.hdr utter alike In what they did and In what they gave. Their contribution to the great result Is beyond appraisal They Jiayt; added a new lustre lo Hi9 annals ot American womnnhoO'L The least trllt nte pay them [a to nmko them tbo equals of men In noiSltical rights as they have proved themselves their equals In every field of practical work 'ihey have entered, whether for then 'selves or for their country. These ftrvaL liwys ot completed achievements would sadly marred wero we to omit that net of justice, "And now we are sure of tho yjrcal triumph Tor which every (sacrifice was made, ft has come, tome in its com pletencss act! with tho pifdo and in mess of cooperation that JifSHfy our ot n.eso days of acblw great prlrle tbat we were to serve nient nujclt us, we turn to Ih be world wltli unparalleled onorgy tasks of peace peace secure ml "nick acooffipilsbsent. 1 against the violence of irreencnalbie Mettlt of -The {monarchies and ambitious mllllarj "But it Is not the physical scale and. coteries and made ready for a nev executive efficiency ot preparation, order, for now foundations ot supply, equipment and dispatch tbat I and fair dealings. OTTAWA, quality of the'officers and mou we organization to Ibis ppacc, not only! through; At tbe'rccoVdiTorfico this would dwell upon, but the mettle and are about to order au LORENZO, South Africa, Dec. Press via Reuter's) Is officially announced that Gen. von Lettow VorbecklThe offi- cer commanding the 'German troops who were dlven cut of German Southeast Africa, has BUT-' rendered with 30 officers, 125 otFier Europeans, Aakaris, carriers, 15 native chiefs, VOO male and female natives. The Germans will be sent back to turope. BAIMCA1L1IES DAMAGE DONE TO BELGIUM BRUSSELS, Dec. cent- ral in due trial committee of Bel- gium after an investigation estim- ates that Belgium's damage through German military occu- pation and seizures of Jnachmery and raw francs- FHjjht Lieut. Clifford Molr, of iiviiey, Man., and brdlEant student Manitoba University, was billed action, LIVERPOOL, Dec. Fred- erfck Smith> attorney-general, by the Reuter's correspondent said that the Brit- ish war cabinet Including' the col' onial representatives have unani- decided to press Holland lo extradite the former German' Dec. The liattle the Canadian tiro priicti cully all sent over and of the'fiallort who kept for ourselves, but for Iho other peo-j it stateil Ihe feeas, and Ihe spirit of tho nation of Ihe -world as well, so far as1 I hat stood behind.them. 'Xo soldlera them, Jt or aver -proved themselves International justice that we seek, 'not domestic safety entirely. Our thoughts have dwelt ol late upon themselves more quickly ready for tlie test of bat- tle or acquitted themselves with more splendid courage and when put lo the teat. Those of us who played some part In now and then a righting casualty, delayed for some reaeon in trans- mission, came in, the number of Bucli cases was very small. OE upon the Near and Far Bast, little of the nuts ot directing tho Peaco anti accommodation that await with the rest of tho world is it not of what our men did. "Timlr officers understood tbe grim antl exacting (ask they undertak- en and performed with audacity, hope that the members of tbe lienate vi-Itl permit me to speak onc-3 w e flciency and uahesilating courage that morc of the uriratirietl treaty of friend- loucli thu story of convoy and battle ailti adjuatuieut with tho republic with Imperishable distinction at every Colombia r -very earnestly urge turn, whether thn enterprises were them an early and favorable nc- ercat or their chiefs, tion upon that vital matter. I believe 'Perilling and Sims, down to the youn- tbat- they will feel, with me, tbat the gest lieutenant; and their men were stage of affairs is how set for such worthy men aa hardly action as will Le not only Just, hut need to be commanded and go to their generous and in o[ the new terrible adventure blithely and with age upon which we' have so happily groat events, great processes and great the .nuEck Intelligence of those who entered, results lhat I can not hope to give you j knew just what It was they would! Domestic Affairs qn adequate picture transitions accomplish. I am proud to be (he Itl-j far aa our domestic affairs are or the far-reaching changes which I low countryman of men ol such stuff concerned, the problem of our Look, Molherl If Tongue is Coated, Clean Little Liver and Bowels, Of- course, this docs not mean that arc no niors casualties to he reported. Tliere are still many cases In hospital which will have to be recorded' when Hie final outcome of the illness is knowu. ENTRY INTO LIEGE BRUSSELS, Dec. j 1. (British Wirefess King Albert and the Belgian royal family made their official entry into Liege Saturday at the head of the troops which con- ducted the heroic defence of that town In 1914, says a Belgian official statement. The king and queen and Gen. Liman, the defender of Liege, were cheered enthusiastically by the crowds, Almost at the same time, the state- ment adds, a Belgian cavalry brigade entered Ais.Ia Chapellc, Germany, at tSie rnqu'est of Herman authorities. If your little ana's tongue ts coatedk it Is u sure sign tho stomach, liver TONIGHT AND TUES.-WED. THE COLONIAL PLAYERS IN VAUDEVILLE ENTIRE CHANGE OF BILL CECILLE ELLIOTT AND CO. In the Intensely Dramatic Sketch "FATE" BUD SCHAFFER Block Fice Comedian AL BORDE The Nifty Boy JESSIE GAY The Girl with the Golden Voice EXTRA SPECIAL PHOTOPLAYS SIR JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON Supported by the greatest all Kngllflh oH star cast ever assera. bU'J for stage or screen, in "MASKS AND FACES" Cliaa. Jteadc'a Celebrated Play. Triangle Comedy "CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS" OTHER FEATURES COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA USUAL PRICES and bowels need a gonlle, thorough have'been wrought in the life of our nation and of the You have yourselves witnessed tho things as I have. It is too soon to assess them; any >vlio stand in -the midst of them oml are part of them arc lesa qualified than run 11 of another genera- tion will he to say what they mean or even what they have been. Bui" some great outstanding facts 'are un- mistakable and constitute in a sense 'part of the public business with which >it is our duty to Ueiu. Tu state them to peace ts a problem of economic antl pneumonia. Rev. laa K. Cruikshanlis, Baptist minlsEer ot Timmins, Ont, died ami valor. 'Tlioso of ns who stayed at home iudusirial re-adjustment. That did our duty; tho war could not liavij ic-m is ICES serious for us than it may have been released and put into the boon wou or the 'gallant men who lurn out to be for the nations which general market again. Great iudust fought it given their opportunity, to have suffered tho disarrangement and rial plants whose whole output and win it otherwise; but tor many a long the losses of-the .war longer thau we.; machinery had been taken over for the dny wo shall ihink ourselves 'accur- Our people, moreover, do not wait to uses ot the government have been sod we wero' not there and holil our to coached and led. They know their set free- to return to" the uses to wiiicl ihsnhoods cheap while any speaks business, are quick and resource- they were put to before the war. It that wHIr-tiMsse.it-JJL JVIIhlel ful at every re- adjustment, definite has not been possible lo 'remove so or Thierry Memory of those days ot and self reliant in action, readily'or. GO''quickly the control oi triumphant battle-will eo with (hose1 'he. war lasieil we.....- cleansing at once. When your chiM crosa, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't eep, eat or act naturally; if breath stomach sour, system fulf of old, throat sore, or it feverish, give teaspoqnful of "California Syr tip of and In a few hours all the constipated waste, sour ile ami undigested food will gently love out of'the towels, and you have well playful child again. j Sick children needn't he coaxed to ake ihis harmless "fruit laxative." Illlions of mothers keep it handy be-' ausq' they know ils action on the toniach, liver and prompt nd sure. They also know a little given, oday saves a Kick child tomorrow, j Ask your druggist' for a hottle' f "California Syrup of finch contains directions for halites, hildren of all ages and for grown-ups on tbe bottle. Eetvarc of count- erfeits sold here. Get the genuine made by "California Fig Syrup Com-. fortunate men to their and set up foodstuffs and 'of shipping because the lo direct. the. worM has still, to lie fed from industries of tnp country in tlie men overseas. Since then we have deepest sent of went in force into the line of baftle E3in for the purchasing departments s'u'rnr'isinE how' fast the c-ocess each month, tHe number in fact rising .just .at the critical; moment when the of the control lo _onr men'most servicertle in by which to as tSo'weeks eo liv it how' fast the c-ocess o a peace footing-has movei HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? Tlie" Huilipii'si away a 5100.00 Bond for tha-seareet selves beaten; their very em- complishment of a great task. plris aro in Uquidation. And through- Big Plants Released ..._. how fin- .tie- spirit. "Siii tiiB moment we nation WM; what unity ot purpose, lice to have heen took the aCud "jmnfto' the farm untlrtoR aim.of pur- harness otf. Raw materials upon .which If rp.S: througl! nil its splcndld'dls- the government hail.kepi its hand lor Jm fm? play ot.strength. Its unlirlcs accom- fear there should not be enough tor- suti tmd plithmcnt! And what shall we say tlie industries that supplied the.arm- ALL ROADS the In the Big Six-Act Special Tonight and Tomorrow PATHE PRESENTS BRYANT WASHBURto IN ONE OF THE BEST COMEDY- DRAMAS WE HAVE HAD. ALSO "TOTO" IN I "FIRE THE COOK" .____AND "HANDS UP" FOURTH EPISODE" City's Home of Attractions. KIRKBY'S have permission to make Xmas Cakes for >Vc 'nave a permit from the Food Board to use susar (or tilling or Icing cakes and are able to CHRISTMAS CAKES; SCOTCH SHORT BREAD AND POUGHNUTS. 1 Plcaso let "a have your order early. Tte cakes islll be up to.oar regular Ugh quality. l KIRKBY'S HOME MAOE BREAD, PASTRIES, PIES, CAKES. LUNCH DINING ROOM Canada Food Board UCCRM mimteri S-23M, 10-15903 W4THIRD PHONE rouble, it is safe Int lace and employment. But there v-'iii e'otherji who will be at.a loss where o gain a livelihood unless pains are aken to guide them and jut them lu Ue of work. .There will be a large loatlng residue of the labor 'which hould not lie left vfaolly to sbiit for aell It seenis lo me important, there- ore, that the development' of public works oi every, sort should be prompt- y resumed, In. order that' opportun- ties .should be, created. for, unskilled abor in particular and that plans ,hould be made for such'Developments of our unused lands and our natural resources as lacked sUniulatiou to undertake.. Reclamation Service "I particularly 'direct your attention :o the very practical plans which the secretary ot the interior has develop- ed in his annual report nnrt before your.commEtteea for the reclamation of arid, E-Tanip and cut-over lands which might, if the'states are'willing lo more lhah -some actes ol land for cultivation. The congreSs can jit once direct thousands of returning men Ho the reclamation of the- arid lands ivhicti it has already undertaken If it will but enlarge the. plans arid the an proprialions which It has entrusted the deparlirteot of the-Interior. "I liave spoken of control wh! must yet for awhile, perhaps for long while, be exercised over snipping because of the prjorlty of ti which our forces overseas are eatitlci and wlilcli should also be accorded the shipments which are to s'ave recently liberated peoples from starvation ant many devastated regions, from j? mahent ruin. May say a specla word about the needs of Belgium and northern France. Xo slims paid by way ot itidemnlttes win serv thenftselves to stre from disadvantage for years to come. SQIDL Ih'ng more must he done than merel find the money. It ihey had an raw materials in abundanTURE OF THE GILDED LIFE OF GOTHAM. SEE THE EXPOSURE OF HOW BEAUTIFUL GIRLS LIVE AND LOVE. SEE THE BEAUTIFULLY. BALANCED CONTRAST BE- TWEEN THE' SIMPERING SPINSTERS AND THE MID- DLE CLASS MATRONS OF SMALL TOWN AND THE FAST BOHEMIAN SET OF NEW YORK. THE FACT THE STAR HAS TWO LEADING MEN, NOT KENNETH HARLAN AND EDWARD CECIL. MISS THIS GREAT VITAL DRAMA ALSO A SPLENDID L-KO MOVIE MADNESS" TUESDAY TOMORROW, WEDN'SDY NIGHTS BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT BY TELEGRAPH .WITH ALEXANDER PANTAGES, THE HAVE SECURED, AS AN EXTRA SfECIAL ATTRACTION FOR, DAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, THE J.UEt- PANTAGES ROAD SHOW 5 Big Head- j- linc Acts D GUS ELMORE AND HIS CANNIBAL MAIDS A BIG, GIRtY, MUSICAL ACT, ELDRIDGE, BARLOW ELDRIDGE A' Riot of Str.gtng, Talking, Dancing THE ACT BEAUTIFUL Beautiful Equine Posing Act JONES AND SYLVESTER JUNE MILLS AND CO. The Funniest Comedienne in Vaudeville THE ONE ALL STAR COMEDY BILL Prices 75c- SEATS ON SALE AT ;