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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OfcCfeMBER 5, JIERALL) PAGE Y, K T, In tfr- mil proeUmtUon lodty, Willniin cilUtl upon. ot'Naw York iUt9 to .lay IlrlftJn'l lloa I j' "Iu geovoui reeatmllon lUr ti trepld iplrll ini toy. ally to lie gf urday, 71h, will be tbroushout lite country cs "This la no eurJice trjbate tp nnLtc-u. U la aoknowledtenieal pi Llio part o[ ft rreflf people ot no- lilllly H-IUi rhlcb tlie Aanlo-Suon ot Mr play anil (air dealing hu been held aloft lor (our long years by the BrlllEli Umpire. "It ebould in hljtorj' the Sawn ot utilveritl 33 jt oiirki (or 119 lire In 4heeo NAVAL DEMOBILIZATION OTTAWA, Until the irrlVM for iiylnj up the hive btwi by tht to: patrol Me, It It tKil the cf Cinufa'e navel.. Drill Uki place. It ji un- ttot numfctr of men MM OuiUlin will tttumtt to Thett men hive been In tmll M ex In oitiri. It that the llnti er demoblllutlfn be fcllew.d .by jlrthoHtU. are te than Own by the mltWi At tht prtwnt tlmft.n number of men are being releaeed from on ipoclal grounds fnm Canadian) In the patrol In- that 1he men do ex- be lien for Uttle tlmfj not before spring. Dr. TV. I, Weskes, OlUva, wa, found gulUr on i chargo of giving a nreicrlplloa for Intoxicating liquor for (ho uiilon ot Hngllsb-jpeaktng men Juea as a end was fined J50 und and coslj, Things At Night" 1 TO 'MOTHERS! Guard your tiddics against toipid liver, sour bou'cli generate poiwns. These "insi'Je" poisons circulate to the briin, producing bad dreams, then j'feverish heatl. Unless you "work" out lliese poBoni )ou will have i real siclc youngiler shortly. Cuciretc aie a candy cathartic, ideal for children. Cost only 10 cents t box. Reid below) BULLETINS APPROVES PROGRAM AMSTERDAM, Dec. Bi. varJan coftflerj' and counolk hat approved unanimously the program of the German gov- ernment, particularly melntenenco of Imperial unity and the convok- ing auembly, ac- csrdlng to a telegram frJm Wunlch. Children love Cascarcls because they taste like candy. When your child has 1 white tongue, (everish breath, foul stomach, give Cascaietj anytime to "wort" llie nuty bile, touring food and bowel poison from the placej. You .needn't coax even cross, sick children to take these hirrnlesj candy "Cascarets." They never gripe Ciicir'eH rierefdisappoint the worried mother. Each 10 cent box contain] directions tad dose for children aged one year old and uptnrdi, GROCERIES Prices That Are Lower Phone 1766 Hxfra Applei. all wrapped and Jn very- good condlUon. Per cue delivered 1.85 Extra on Ib. tint 3 Ib. Surra's Blend Tel, pound KM Goldin W.x Biani In 2 Ib. Mr tin Graham Wafin In 1 Ib. tin box- et, per box..............Me Soni Mor in follow- ing vaMetiCi, Fig NevrUn, So- cial Graham Waferf, Vlnllla Waferi, clngir Snapt and Silted Sodai, all per pkg...............-......15c 4 Ib. lie MelrOM Baklnf In 1 Ib. tpcciil, 2 tint fttr.. fc- flil, pkg Cinned new pick, tin He new large' tlm, each 20c 1 to. tint, etch Xc FREE DELIVERY Supina and Son THIRTEENTH SHEET NORTH-QUALITY MERCHANDISE The SMkJtcbtwan Presbyterian Synod veUd to holt] tho 1919 confer- ence la Wtitmloster clmrcb, Kerina. M. Jrfouao, Pdrlg ropy: Is, lias rrou UU Illneia. The U, S. eWcn Greece a ftTWlll of nearly 'iCInj Al CANADIAN WHEAT PRICE HEGINA, Dec. George Lang ley ttatttl today he or the opinion the price of wheat for (he Canadian crop cf 1919 should be fixed at Jhe American level- of to avoid the dliconlent thai would follow in Canada If this action wac not taken. LOAN HA6 OVER MILLION SUBSCRIBERS TORONTO, Dec. Can- adian loan total lo dste as announced by VY- S. Hodgins lo- day is Vrhlch is the final total (or the loan, the number of evbicribers was Last year the Tor the loan was with e-j fa- te rip t ions. COMPLETE' AGREEMENT PAHI6, Dec. Is com- ptetc agreement between Ihe al- lies on questions, particularly lhat concern1'13 lhe former Ger- man emperor, declared Premier Clemenceau, on his return from London last night, He expressed deep Gad'sfactiou over tht resultsf ob- tained at the conference. The premier esid he ha'd been deeply moved at the magnificent recep- tion given him by the British. JOHN BULL EDITOR IS A CANDIDATE LONDON, Dec. Press, via H. H. AsquithV feminine oppon- ent, Mrs. Hope, was not placed In nomination yesterday. Mrs. Hope's papers were informal and were re. jected. Horatio Botlomley, editor of John Bull, who yesterday secur-. ed hie discharge from bankruptcy, waa nominated. Among those elected by accla- mation are.' T, P. O'Connor, Spencer Leigh Hughes and Ken. ncdy Jones. BORDEN PARTICIPATED Telegraphic Briefs EUmO la one uf thane big, Ihrllllng rfcclblooiled tales of Uie Norfli, 'tho "big In llio play B tlio terrific light' between Lookwoo'l ud tho "vllllan." Lockwood lihn. etlon IA raplU enough lo make the ed blood tingle In oue'rf velan, The Colonfil Orchestra will offer tuneful musical accompaniment. >S Albert anJ Kllzabatb of aelsiuca and their eHeal sou were {Ivan an enthusiastic wolcome when Ilex arrtrad In Paris today. 'Ihe U. H. already list) a Mlllou dollars la naval 'or iho. coming yeir. TJie earlhquj-ico In northcro Chill JBuaed the loai of ten llvos ami the cJcsti'uclton ot many buildings. Secretary of JJaker gave H as MB personal that none of tho veteran divisions Of llio American nroiy fu franco will return horue be- ro (jeace formally jj dot-lared. By unanimous vote UIA L'. S. senate 'orelgn corainilice diaRpprov- eil tlio resolution or .Senator Cummin a uf Iowa, Republican, to a senate committee to 1'arla [or ULG peace confeieiiL'o. The Duko of G ration, head of the 1'iUroy family and a retired general the llrUlsli army, H dead. Ifc was 97 years of ag'. Mrs. Otto Holwedclj 33 years old ot Detroit, drowned when ths gaso- line launch Grata! fl. foundered Iti J-jhe Erie last Saturday or Sunday Iicr eon Harold, 21, ami Albert Nolan, who accompanied Iicr on hunting trip, are missing. Tbe.time lias not yet tromc to lalj martial law In France-, Nail, of Jusllce, and I'ai nilnJsler the itilei-lor, declared In answer to queries made to Lliein. They said LhaL' I jvas necessary 10 Iti martial law In force ber.-ausc ot ilie re- occurrence of BolilievikI projiaganda In certain districts. Pope Benedict iias adrlrcsaeJ an encylieal lelter lo the Catholic ejnla copnlo ihroufhout Lho Tvliole world eihortlns them to oTTer univer- sal puJjJfe prayers so lhat Providence ailiv guide the nienibcrB of tho proachfng peace conference and Eire (he ivorlii peace 'founded on true prln cljtles of t'hrlatlan justice and. love among men. contereiiccs were beld today, one him a nole for 51r2QD. Mrs. CBTOU said Lhe note Vaa duly turned over Fion and patd In full. Dec. separate the main purposes being to secure the indorsement by iliu representa- tives of dominions of Hie conclusions reached at Monday's conference. Therefore, treuiicrs Ilorrten, of Can- ada; Lloyd, of Xeivfouudlaad; Hughes, of Australia, and ot South Africa, were called' into con- ference TV (Hi the British cabinet uieru- concerning tbc views ot Ihe dominions. A NOTE IN EXCHANGE FOR EXEMPTION QUEBEC. Dec. (odaj- Icslified as to Ihelr paying ovc money to N'otaiy Plon to obtain es eniptlon military service. Mrs Caron, -Trlfe of'ihe owner of thu Cour ier, a weekly paper of Montmagny slatcxl tbat to get excmn tlon papers soo. if she woult WILL BRING SAMMIES HOME Paris, Dec. ten American dreadnoughts which escort Presi- dent Wilson inlo French waters wlH turn ahout Immediately alter thoy ar- rive, to carry homeward a largo party of American soldiera and sailors. Tiie Irrp will be so limed that llie men will arrive at as home port by Christmas. f course, at flame lime, tho holila lo the vt-ry end a twinl In Ihe last sccuo. On'i of the priceless of Ilie amuHGiiiciif worM ixlth the I.llilen Russell oonipleilon, anr] (Inby heuJ dreii b tha Facule Wai-J coldictlou cf favala. Mlia Ward vvIM J In r Iho head a. alar cusl ureat stage success, "Tlio at tho Kmpress (healra i'rl- day and Saturday. Miss Word haa usej many of Uer priceless Joweft in .her acreen aacowi- es and the collection Is (lio eary fit (Ju- Binart aei, For tbe last lino tonight "Tte Real ot A. II. Woodd' of SaUu" aoct other (caturei. AT STARLAND. U you, while f-roEelng a cleeeri, Iti a1 KOQ train wild your husband, who u ol lliu wert Lo bo nrroated hy an outlaw and Riven he choice of acrpmpaiiyhiK llio lead- ir, or by your muaal, con.lunn your and your friends Lo clruth, what would your answer be? It terrible in ikh Jtiilh }figram found liprfielf In illlH-u S. Hart's newest Artcrai'i- photuplay, "The wlilch o he prtfeJited at Slarland Friday j ,nd Saturday. Thai ilceklcd to sacrlllco hcrEcir to i-ave her cotiipan- iu gu that she ;i, ul exceptional bnivcry anJ ;orcc of tbaraeCtr. In his portrayal of Hawk IJarsoni5, .he fierce Ijardlt nho 3s the character In llilp tllrring phototlriiinUj Hart presents u new ;iud li'e type of marl ivhosc woul, dcadejicd ;y crime, straugPly reuencrated by "Ho refining Influence of Kurti liiRram, nil ivMcli Is not quickened Intu life unlll ho to the realization that is purity Itself and he a moral monster, unfit lo Bland In Iicr pres- ence. redeems himself by making great sacrifice, so lhat alter all hi1 himsel? n heio JcarrvIuB of Carter's Ottle Liver Pills You Cannot be A Remedy That Constipated Happy rrj "Small Worth Ltvmg many fccei but CARTER'S IRONPIIJ. Vx wUJgrrttl 'AT THE EMI'.RKSS. KrLJay anj Saturday will day al (be i'lmpress. On itetie days will appear Fannie in ''Tht-- Yellow an atlractlon lieM Xow York spollbouiid, Tlio etory of "The "bellow Ticker1 deals with Anna Mlrrel, a. bcaiuluil; young girl, who Id :L Jewess, Imt througli. some (rick of fate does not betray the fact lu her rciuarkabk EMPRESS TONIGHT Soul of Satan OFFICIAL WAR BB- Fight- Ing Gons with General Allcnfay and British forces In cities of and other extremely WORLD'S LA.TEST .EVENTS GOOD COMEDY facial attributes. she la re- fused a passport Hie Okrabna when she applies [or one, so that she can' vlelt her father, who has beep, ser- iously injured in Petrojjrad, when he has heen run over by Baron Andrey'B lgh. Tho iuaulttng agent of (he secret police offers Iicr a YcJlow Ticket, n card Eivcn to women in Russia as a ut sliauie, r.nd fordine Idem Uie privilcgo of (ravel- Ins from town ID town v.'ltliout fiirlh or passports. It Is her only means of reaching her father, and she lakes It. In amazing of events Anna Mir re] I falls into the power of Baron Audrey and in kills him, bringing" the storj- to a cllmai which is gripping In ilg Intensity, and which UNITED STATES AND PERU BUENOS AJfRBS. Dec. Am erican goven'raient lias informed Per that silo may. coiiut upon UIB friecjlly approral of tlie United Slates in et- loris to olitnln Ihe plebiscite in the provinces ot Tacna and pro- vided for in Ilie' Ircatr oC Ancon, ac- reacalng Sant- iago, of the pJtchahgM between Lhe Peruvian and American' governments, from Santiago report. Peru u'as told, however, according to IhlE version, that the United Slates could not enter into regard- ine the province of Tarapaca, (he former Peruvian province annexed liy Chllo after tlie'war'with Peru. EDMONTON MAN KILLED Dfic- Camp- NO OBSTACLE PARIS, Dec. is staled In Vatican circles that MonsiRnar Ger- bell, an employee-of Ilie fruit firm otj teM, Ihe papal under-secrelarr o! I'liinkcll and Savage, wan instantly will avail Uie arrival ot Presi- lodar when lio attempted to rtcnt -m to arrange a marlns elevalor. Ifc was Mm (or Ms visit j0 lbo popCi ac. cnught between the shuil sr.d the conjing (o tlie nome correspondent crushed to aeath. lie leaves o[ jhe Ecno Oe Plris At ,ar can seen no is offered lo Ihe'ialcrsiew between President Pope Benedict, lo whicb and grown up family. BY UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE lows Uie composition-of the corps, conststa of four divisicns, each THE ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER OF I.O.D.E. THIRD ANNUAL LAST MINUTC SALE KNOX CHURCH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 AT THREt PLAIN SEWINS. FANCY WOHK AMD HOWE COOKING SPECIAL ATTENTION AtKED TO AFTERNOON TEA ROOM. NO ARTICLES AT FOR MORE THAN W.M. HAVE YOUR FORTUNE TOLD THERE BE SOME ESPECIALLy GOOD FORTUNE. TELLING. BEnNil, Dec. dispRtcli from Agrani says that the national assem-i bly of the people of -Montenegro f which deposed King Nicholas and rated in Ifwor of uniting with Serbia was elected by sultraEe-' Each constituency which formerly) sent one deputy to the Skunahtlna is now sending three rcorcsQnlativos to the j WHO THE COMMANDERS I OF CANADIANS WERE militia dejl.irtmenl! lias Issued a list of Lhe names of dki-j slonal'and hrlgade cormnnndcrs of the j II shows the [whi containing three brigades. Tte list ila ns follows: First Canadian A. C. McDo'nell. Canntllan Infantry brigades: Gen. W. A. Griisbacli. Under a temporary com- R. S. Tuxlord. Second Cftnadmn Division Slajor- Gen. Sir H. B. llnrsUll. Canadian Infantri" brigades: Don. E. C. Mcdiaig. T. Trcmolay. Gon. A. H. Rell. Third Carifttilan F- O- W. Ixionila Canadian Infantry brigades Brig.-Ccn. J. A. Clark. D- C. Draper. D. M. Ormond. Fourtli Oanndlan jGen. Str Pavld Watson. Caaadlan infantry hrigadea: Hayler. Odium. Cen. j. II. Mac3r Canadian Cavalry Gen. H. Paterjon. son aiid great political importance is at- What the Prets Agents Say MAJESTIC. TLe attraction at the Mtjestic next Monday and TuCKday, niattnees ench'day (or be the new morality play "Tlie TJnmarrier Mother." or tiling Vlctorj Bond for '.hft Dearest efltltnftto. ANCHOR HOME FOR XMAS SATURNIA (From St. John, N.B, la Cl.ltg DEC. Prepaid flckela should be purchas- ed now for relatives and siring to come to Canad prompt Money Orders, Mail or Ccblt'to Grail Britain, Ireland, Scin- dlntvll, France, Spain, de-' c to InsiV UNEXCtLLCO SERVICE For ill Information to any or our Agenls, Or lo OFFICE. Scolt Blk 274 MAIN ST, WINNIPEG. MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO COMMENCING MONDAY MATINEE, DECEMBER 9 Popular Prices; Evening, 7Sc, .60c Matinut, ICc, NatinaM Reuryad for LadfM Only. Spltndid Cut. Gripping Story. NOT A MOTION PICTURE ;