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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDiVy, DECEMBER 3, 191,8 �THE LE' ridge daily jIERALD |' dliffIpt, while every Hotarlan ilia ticket's, 10 that 110 on� need be ovorlobkeit. So many in-cjulrles hive been received not; onlj^ trom people, llylnfr in the city but." from those. Who Intend coming froib outside points .that tlie club feels ItV 1b warraute'dMln Jvatnln/ir p&ople thit tickets iniisti l>e purchased cnriy to, avoid diaaptfoliitment.' jf, Mennttrae preparations tor t}ie cai-aival are going on in other rllroctlojis Peace Hath Her Victories / and reiporuibiiiciu. TIte duly of (Very-, man now Is to provids a living for himself' .^^ and his f�inlly. and help in the r�con-scnictlon of tlie world. The ireat call U still for food. Othar industries may collapse, biit agr'iauitun must gowi. C.P.R. FARMS 20 YEARS TO PAY Open the way, to prosperity and Independence, PralrieX.and $ 11 to $30 an acre;;-, irrigated land up to |;a. Get started. L.andis being rapidly taken up. �Write for free booklets and full infortnation. >'� 'MhiC: 905 1A ST. EAST, C� CP.ILI HOW MANY BEANS IN/TME JA�7 The Hudson's Bay Co." Is giving: away a $100.00 Victory Bojid*tor the nearest estimate. _1___._,__U. traction tor the kiddles' festival, will .be;o'iiie of .the decorative attractions [\each ' evening'o� the carnival. , The club h^n decided that on the last'evening there will be a grand wind up;, when a confetti and serpentine battle will be stafeed just before 1^12 ollOCk, E^ry other even4��Hhero 'S^IU be" some special attraction. The i'flrSt - night,: Thursday, Decemher 12, there , will Ije a monster" drawing In which everybody in the building will participate, and the prize, when it is 'announbisd, wiy" stagger the crowd. It iwiil, be yiforth , while. . � The dahccl eath^ evening, wU' open .flat 8.30 with a grand inarch and ;lMgeant of the allies in costume. The inidwty will open at 8 o'clock with a ballyhoo in front of every sideshow a^d midway .feature, ot wiicii there ate 20. ��'only in Ijethbrljjge but/lu the Letli-brldjpfe district they didn't expect .'such quick returns, but this morning > the mails brought in letters from (joaldale, Turin and otlier points, indicating that the little families of soldiers outside L�thbridge are most eager to attend the festival and have a good time. As a result at least 100 more children are expected to J attend, and the Club is therefore more  than ever in need of tli*^^upport of the public, who, by attending the carnival, can help defray the expenses of the kiddies' good tim*. About 30 letters a dajj' are being recelTed. by the ChWatmas Tree committee' Tivlth the liames of chliar3n i whose i^aihea hadn't previously been sent in. One lady writing to tlie committee'yesterdaj^ said; ,\ A VI�|tor ' "I did not :0. Box 875, Montreal ^ 'i i^cakad'iam s ai. t ii(o.Va>,�ts . r aa ... Nujol Laboratorifis STANDARD OIL CO. (N�W JERSEY) / NKW YORK CITY Warning: . WJOli i� lold only In eealeit fcottlen bearing the Nujol Tracle Mark. Inalat on Nuijl. yovTmty tufftr from aubrtl. � tute�. *Rtgtil�r.M CUtckwtrk" LONDON', Dec. (BjitLsh wire-leas)-^Condemnation of the terrorist service organized by tjie' Germans in Switzerland is voiced by the Prank-fort Gazette in\ns i.ssue ot Nov. 2.S, which gives the Gorman public a�-idea of what was being doiie in Germany's behalf In this neutral country at the behest of the liigbest German authorities. "The trials in connection with the discovery.of bombs at Zurich," says this German newspaper, "have led to the disclosure ot a 'terrorist' service of the German* staff In SwUzeriand. With of diplomauc and consular forces, explosives were supplied espfjcially to Italian and French anarchists, in order that they might practice sabotage in their countries and spread disease among the army. Of course, the German, employees -in this service had ^not the slightest 'guarantee against the direct employ-rtfent ot these methods in Switzerland itself. In some o'f -the Swiss, newspapers the opinion is expressed .tliat the Germ^i authorities' would not Save been' displeased at the outbreak of disorders in Switzerland Itself, .because the hope ot the consequent infraction ot neighboring countries-of course with the exception of Germany, which they held to be absolutely immune. ,/ j William Lliwis Phillips of Ferhic is Officially Reported Kill-^ �d in Action  ' -Ta" � I FteRNlK. - B. � C, Dec, 1.-- William Lewis Phillips,-,ex-president of District No. :18, who left here with the 225th battalion, has Jio\V been reported killed in action on Sept, 28. His name appeared in amail casualty list over a month- ago, but;*ae the relatives had received no bfflclal notification and in view of the;fact that Thomas, a brother with the'same unit, was officially reported killed on Sept, 2.1, and he having enlisted prior to William Lewis had given his name as next ot kin. This gave rise to confiiHlon, and it was only'after the matter was checked up by the director 'pf records at Ottawa that confirmation of the deaths ot the two brothera-^was .obtained. William Lewis Phill.ipB came to Fer-nle from.Wales seven years ago and was at first employed on the mine engineering staff* He al first trained for tlie minl8try,-but beifag ot the turn of mind tifat'hjia endeavors could better serve his fe^Jow man hyvdirecting his.^ efforts toward' uplifting their social position, jhe became interested n the labor movement and iiu ardent Socialist. ttej,'pr.pgreB8ed rapidly in this spliere and'for sonre time was one ot the active lieutenants of the noted labor leader, ifeler.Hardie, Onvtccount , of ill health he wag obligfed" to give,up his work and he came over bere." However, the call to actively engiige; in labor affairs soon resulted In hia holding liUnor offices in the loqal union, and he advanced step by step until in,191* he was elected president iOt District 18. U.M.W. of A. He served,, one full term and was re-elected for the second; but resigned ffom office before the expiration of same. � , Although an ardent Socialist, when the urgent cair tor recruits to enlist Inthe servlce''ot the Empire was made he responded and enlisted as a private in the 225tli. He is survived by two brothers, David -E. and Richard S,, and one slater, iVfrs,'W. B. Phillips, who resided in this city. Anothef' sister, Mrs, Lewis, resides in. Kdinonton. cess"' at a motion picture thea;;'eea the'south and the north. , f, Gordon McDonald,. M.P.P.," reports 173 cases in his district towards the end of last week. As contrasted.wJth that J. E. Conklin, road foreman for Warner district which is at the extreme south'of the province, says: "I beg, to inform you that the'"'.influenza is about all over in this apiith country. I think! there, is not a bad case in my district. The influenza, was very light, and not many cses in'this district that is nothing'like other places that we hear about."  In the South There ^f re several phone messages direct ,to this pflice, and a little,unrest owirtg possibly,fb weather condit-i Ions. ToBurdett and Exshaw , Uelp was sent.._Corpnatlbn is, however, Uie busiest spot on the map, with 40~cJa3es iy the hosp^ital, 60 cases around-, town and 100 "cases lu .the surrounding, country. The number of young.Paramount star who is appearing"'at Starland WednesJay and Thursday in "His Majesty, Bunker Bean," the .other day. He went on-^fo tell of an incident thai; happened''whlle bsywas waccUing his-ftimous -sister �ln "Tlie�Little I'rln- GIRLS! - � -e iiai^W^li iiinii. �ITSBHIITY Try This! Hair Gets iThicki- Glossy, . Wavy and . Beautiful at Once.  THE RATE INCREASE WINNIPEG, Dec. 3.-George Car-ruther-�, secretary tot Ihei prairie branch of the Canadian Manufactur-I ors' Association, said today that tbe ! express companies a're making- exorbitant demands / upon the shippers and public s$. large In applying to the Dominion I BoiJrd of Hallway Commissioners for' an increase of 25 to 37 per cent, in express rates. "For-jn-stance," ho said, "one company which sustained a loss of only 138,050 in 191" -would, if given tlie" increase asked for, secui'e $1,485,453 to cover the loss of $38,650, Another com^ pany 'is 'seeking increased \i-evenue' of 13,070,793 to meet a net loss of a Uuarter of a^ million doUart." WANTS PRESIDENT'S  JOB DECLARED VACANT WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.-Sena-tor Stierman of Illinois, Republican,; introduced today his resolU'-' tibn propoaing that the office of ; president be declared vacant up-on^President'Wilson's deparrture for Europe and that* the Vlce-Preslijent assume the,/Bxecutivo's '''duties..,/^e.. was given unanimous consent for an address criticizing the president's Oo�r��. ..'..].... _ Immediate ?-Yes, t Ci^rtatn ?-that's the joy ofr it. Your .lialr becomep light, wavy, fhifty, abutulant, and appears as soft, lu^rotts and beautiful as .a young girl's after.iia Danderina hair cleanse. Just try , thla-^moisten a cloth With a little, Danderine and carefully draw It tlirougb your hair, taking one small stMnd at a time. This iwlUcleang/B the na�t;i>f dust, dirt or excessive oil', and in jlist a feV moments you have doubled^ie beauty of your hair. A delisbtftt( Mi-prlle awaits those whose hair baibb�llli neglected or Is scraggy, faded, dry,> tiifIttle op4hln. Besides beautifying the Jhallr, Dander-Ine / dissolves ' every " i>ai!tic)e. of dandruff; cleanseB, puritliea];iailflf invigorates'the scalp, forever. 8t$t>ping. Itching and: (alUtig hair, b^t wHjIt.will please you most: will be after'JjH lew -weeks': use, ;when you see new ]jii4lr-fine and , downy at first--yes--^bU!tVreally new hair: growing all over,.tbe ;scalpv If you care,lor pretty, sol^jbair, and' lots of it, surely get .a..sinill. bottle of KnowHon's Danderine^ 1 jfbib' any drug store or toilet counter for. a lew cents, -Advertisement. ,.;>;.. 1 LAST TIMES T-ONIGHT BRYANT WASHllURN "KIDDER 4 KO" THIS IS GOOD. DON'T MISS IT. "TOTO" IN . �-.'N , "FIRE THE COOK" A SCREAM, AND "HANDS "��^' FOURTH EPISOD^E AT THE EMPRESS. Fannie Ward and a noted catit in the dramatic feature of the age, 'JTho Yellow Ticket" adapted for the~screen by Pathe from the faniou* A, H, Woods stage succes.s of the samfi name, will be seen at tlie Empres.s tlieatre oil Friday and Saturday . '"The Yellow Ticket" Ts a scathing denuuoia'tion of Russian Secret Police methods u^ed in perHecuting�the Jews and the story ^leals with the way in which they take advantage ot their positioiiln dealing with beautiful and f defenseless girls of that race. The | stage version swept New York and Chicago by storm. "The Yellow Ticket" abounds wtili dramatic thrills and the stor^ has been endorsed and praised by the leading educators, editors, and public officials of the United States for its wonderful moral lesson. The opinion ot the storj- held by the general public was -eloquently pjt-pressed by the throngs that eagerly sought tickets for the play during its at the COLONIAL. Fast gaining in popularity, the Colonial attracted a large audience last night. The progi'am tlirou|:hout was highly ehjoyalile. Ot the vaudeville, the outstanding feature was the intensely dramatic Kkctch, "Fate," presented .by Miss Cecille Elliott, aud Company, This is a dramatic gem, worthy of a place on "big time" vaudeville. To Miss Klliott praise must be given, for her emotional interpretation of the wife, and to Jessia Gay great credit must be accorded toi- her singing ot the two Italian love Kongs. "Non E Ver" and "II Bacus." James Pulleu, as the butler, ably .supported the two ladies. attraction at the Majestic theatre. The complete five-act bill -vs-ill, bo offered. Headed by Gus Elin'ore and his Cannibal .Maids in their-girly muai-cHl act, the bill will be full of pep. June Mills and Co, will be seen in one of the funniest acts in vaudeville," Kldridge, Barlow and Eidrldge will present their ghrieklngly funny "hickr villfi" act, "A Rural Delivery," .Tones and Sylvester in "The Huckster and the Actor" will be another big comedy hit on the bill, . Closing the show, will be "Ti^c Act Beautiful," an elaborate equine posing act, into which are introduced a wonderlully trained Iforse and four magnificent Kngllsli white setter dogs. AT THE MAJESTIC. Tonight and Wednesday night are the nights when the big Pantage� Vaudeville Road Show' will^ be the A play that woman's suffrage should and will doubtless settle i.s * stirring plea as to whether or not a' child born out of wedlock should have the advantages given to other chlldi-en, 1* "Tlfe Unmarried Mother,' that will open a two-days' engagement at the Majestic, etartlng next Monday, with dally matinees for ladies only, at which a lecture will be delivered on the i"unmarried mother." No one under sixteen wl,ll be admitted. This play will doubl-lesg prove cine of the strongest pleas for "war babies" that will bS given to the stage fh years to cOma. It is a play that -every woman and glri must cee. CLIP THIS OUT HANOY Tells How to Take Soreness From a Corn- and Lift it Right Out.' Hospital records show that every time you cut a corn you invite lockjaw or blood poison, which is needless, says a Cincinnati authority, who tells you that a quarter ounce of iree;^rne oan be obtained at little cost ff'om the drug store but is sufficient to rid one's feet of every hai*d or soft corn or callus. You simply apply a few drops of this oh a tender, aching corn and the soreness is instantly relieved. Shortly the entire corn tan be lifted out, root and all without pain. This drug is sticky hut dries at once and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn -withput Inflaming or even Irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. If your .wife wears high heels she win be glad to know of this.- Advertisement. i MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO NIGHTS-TWO MATINEES COMMENCING MONDAY MATINEE, DECEMBER 9 Popular prices: Evenlntjt, $1.00, 78c, 60e Matinee*, 50e, 28c r;iatinces Reserved for Ladies Only. Splendid Cast. Gripping Story, NOT A MOflON PICTURE CS ^ POiJB. ACTS EVERV WOMAN SHOULD SEE THE BIGGEST SHOW IN , TOWN T^HE CLASSY, CLEVER COLONIAL PLAYEp;S IN VAUDEVILLE SEE--��--SEE CECILLE ELLIOTT AND CO. IN "FATE" A dramatic sketch with a "punch." BUD SCHAFFER "that Kriaay Nut" AL-BORDE The NiftyBpy in Song and .Dance.' ' JESSIE GAY � ,. The Girl with the Golden Voice EXTRA SPECIAL TONIGHT SIR JOHNSTON FORBESROBERTSON Supported by the greatest AH Star Cast ever,'assembled, in Chas. Reiide's* romantic play, "MASKS AND FACES" Here's a Real Comedy "CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS" Triangle's Funniest Yet ALSO MUTT AND JEFF COMEDY COLONIAL ORCHESTRA You see the biggest and the best at the G P L Q 1^ I A L TONIGHT And WEDNESDAY Night EXTRA SPECIAL SHORT NOTICE SHOW By Special Arrangement by Telcgr.iph with Alexander PantStSSf the Majestic Theatre Managtment hay* �eun(d,,m sn 4Mra apstlsl attraction for Tonight and Wednesday Nights, the Show 'rSr VAUDEmiE GUS ELMORE AND^^HIS CANNIBAL MAIDS A BIG, GIRLY, MUSICAL ACT. ' -Uf* Eldridge, Barlow and Eldridge In "A Rural .Delivery" Jbnes and Sj^yester "The Actor and the Huckste'r"* June Mil|t and Go. The Funniest Comedienne In Vaudeville .... ........J The Act Beauliful Beautiful' Equine Posinq Act TH^ ONE ALL'STAR COMEDY BILL . ' PRICES.........50c  75c - S1M Seats on Sale"at Box Office , STARlAl "IT pAyS TO EXERCI^SE" Ppramount-Sannett Comedy - WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ' JAGKPICKFORD *�;. IN:-* ' ^His Majesty, Bunker Bean- TONIGHT (FOR.TMI^ LAST TIMEO MARY MacLAREN �/-� � IN ' * "BREAD" WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ^'THE SOUL OF SATAN" FRIDAY AND SATUJfflr^J^f:! 'F��IE-WARI^^j|i;ti| "THE YELLOW Til ;