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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDA'*. DBCiMBER 5.1919 the lethbridge herald / page FJVfi AIjBANY, K Whitman c�llj�d upon th� reslgahM (�t�Nevr York atate to obaerr* t� will be relupntd ta olyll MiNitiona la akout 4^000. The�� man have been emilUired In yarldu* fapapitiea en melerkoata, ei^iiscdliln' patrol work, as wail aa^n'liif|ar veaseia. In CanadlaW walarwi It la uii^f�le�d that tha^llnei f dsmeblllsallah t�, be followed V by the'navar atrthoritiea are alm-ilar to thoae laid down by the mintia department. At the present tlma�n number of inen. are being released from aerviea on special grounda. Lattara from Canadians In the British pntrOI tarVIoe ln> diesta that the men dQ^-net expect to be released from eervtoe^ for eome little time, pC^ably not before aprlng. Dr. W. I. Weekea, Ottawa, wa:i found guilty on a charge of giving a prescription for IntoxlCBtlng liquor for use as a beverage, and was fined |50 and coBta. PULL^TINS APPROVES PROGRAM AMSTERDAM, Dec. 5.-The Ba-variB'n soidllers' and workmen's ' oounoil has approved unanimously the program of the Qerman government, particularly maintenance of imperial unity and the convoking of'B national assembly, according to a telegram from Munich. -v CANADIAN WHEAT PRICE REGINA, Dec. 5.-Hon. George Langley stated today he was strongly of the opinion that the price of wheat for the Canadian crop of 1919 should be fixed at Jhe American level � of $2.20 to �avoid the discontent that would follow In Canada if this action was not taken. "Seein' Things At Night" TO MOTHERS! Guard your kiddies against torpid liver, sour ^stomach, constipated bowels . which generate poisons. These "insidcl' poisons circulate to the brain, producing bad dreams, then sTfeverish head. Unless you "work" out these poisons yhu will have a real sick youngster shortly. Cascarets are a candy cathartic, ideal for children. Cost only 10 cetits a box. Read below! Children love Cascarets because they taste like candy. When tiyour child has � white tongue, feverish breath, foul stoniach, give Cascarets anytime to "work" th� nasty bile, touring food and bowel poison from the t)gged-up places. You needn't coax even cross, sick children to take esc harmless candy "Cascarets." They never gripe -never ^injure. Cascarets neyerSisappoint the worried mother. Each 10 cent box contains directions and dose for children aged one year old and upwardii Prices That Are Lower Phone 1766 Kztra Bpecial-Jonathan Apples, ail yrrapped iind in very-good condition. Per caae deMvered,...............�. 1.85 Supine's Sppciat Blend Tea, per^ pound................. WM Golden Wax Beans In 2 lb. tins, pSr tin ................ ;0e Graham Wafers In 1 lb. tin boxes, per box..............3Be Som Mor Biscuits in the following varieties, Fig Newton, Social /'Tea, Graham Wafers, Vanilla Wafers, Ginger Snaps arid Salted Sodas, ail per pkg......................15c King Baaeh Marmalade, per 4 lb. tin*, special ........ SSo Melrose Baking Pewdar, In 1 lb. tins, Special, 2 tint fisr.. 48c New Currantc, 2 pkgs, for 4Sc Griffin's Seedless Ralalns, ape- plal, pkg................ 15o Canned Peas, new pack, tin ISc Tematoea, new pack, large tine, each.................... aOc Codfish,' 1 lb. tins, each ... 26c FREE DELIVER-Y Suptna and Son Zad THIRTEENTH STgEET NORTH-QUALITY MBRCHANDISE LOAN HAS OVER MILLiON SUBSCRIBERS TORONTO, Dec. 6.-The Canadian Victory loan total to date as announced by W. S. Hodgins today is $687,077,570, which is the final total for the loan, the number of subscribers wag 1,067,789. Last year the total' for the loan was $421,194,960, with 874,331 subscriptions. COMPLETE^ AGREEIVIENT PARIS, Dec. 6.-There is complete agreement between the ai-iles on all questions, particularly that concerning the former German emperor, declared Premier  Ciemenceau, on his return from London last night. He expressed deep satisfaction over the importar/; resuitsl obtained at the conference. The premier said he had been deeply moved at the magnificent reception given him by t^e British. JOHN BULL EDITOR IS A CANDIDATE LONDON, Dec. S.-(Canadian Press, via Reuter's)-Ex-Prenjler H. H. Asquith'a ferriinine opponent, Nira. Hope, was not placed in nomination yesterday. Mrs. Hope's papers were informal and were rejected. Horatio Bottomley, editor of John Bull, who yesterday secur-. ed his discharge from bankruptcy, was nominated. Among those elected by acciai-mation are: ' T. P. O'Connor, Spencer Leigh Hughes and Ken. nedy Joneii. BORDEN PARTICIPATED Telegraphic Briefs [ The SB8katcb�wan Presbyterian Synod voted to hold tJie 1919 conference in WaatmlDBter church, Reglna. Col. B, M. Ifouae, Paris reports, has recovered from his Illness. Tiie T7. S. has given Greece a credit o� nearly |24,O0O,000. 'King Albert and Queen Blijabath ot Belgium and thair eldest son were givan an enthualasllc welcome when they arrived in Paris today. The U. S. already has. eliminated a billion dollars in uaval ezponditures for the, coming year. The earthquake In northern Chili caused the loaa of ten Ums and the destiubtlon of many buildings. Secretary ot yi^r Baker gave 11 as his porBonal~opinlon that none of the veteran divisions ot the American army in France will return home before peace formally is declared. By unanimous vote the U. S. senate foreign relations committee disapproved the resolution of Senator Cummins ot Iowa, Republican, proposing to send a senate committee to Paris tor the peace conference. The Duke of.Grafton, head of the Fltzroy family and a retii-ed general in the British army, is dead. He was 97 years of age. Mrs. Otto Holwedel, 38 years old o� -Detroit, was drownpd when the gasoline laimch Gracal II. tound'ered in Lake Erie last Saturday or Sunday and her son Harold, 21, and Albert Nolan, who accompanied her on a hunting trip, are mis.slng. The time has not yet come to abol-iali martial law in Franco, Louis Nail, minister ot justice, and Jules Pams, minister of the interior, declared in answer to queries made to them. They said tliat/t was necessary to, keep martial law in force because of tlie reoccurrence of Bolsheviki propaganda In certain districts. Pope Benedict has addressed' an encylical letter to the Catholic epls-copato throughout the -Rliole world exhorting them to offei- universal public prayers so that Providence mUy guide the memliers of the approaching peace conference and give the world peace founded on true principles of Christian justice and love among men. a NOTE IN EXCHANGE FOR EXEMPTION starred Is one ot those big, thrilling red-blooded tales of the bouwllesH North. The "bi� scene' In the play is the terrific fight' between .Lockwood and the "villian." Lockwood llclcs him, of course, but at tlTe-same time, the action is rapid enough to make the red blood tingle in one's veins. Tlie Colonial Orchestra will offer tuneful roiisicai accompaniment. * AT StARLAND. If yon, -while crossing a desert in a wagon train with your husliand, who is a minister of the gospel, were to be confronted by an outlaw and given the choice ot ac(�nipanying the leader, or by your rellusal, your husband and your frlend.s to death, what would your answer be? It was this terrible (�.�Itnation in .which Ruth Ingram found herself in William S. Hiart's newest Artcrart-photoplay, "The Tiger Man," which la to be presented at Starland Friday and Saturday. That she decided to sacrifice herself to save her companions, is an indication that she was n woman of exceptional bravery and force of characf&r. In his portrayal ot Hawk Parsons, the fierce bandit who is the dominant character in this stirring photodrama, Mr. Hart presents a new and attrag-live type of man whose soul, deadened by crime, is strangely regenerated by tlie refining influence of Rufli Ingram, but which is not quickened into life until he comes to the realization yiat she is purity itsel! and he a moral-] monster, unfit to stand In her presence. He redeems himself by making a great sacrifice, so that alter all he proves himself a hero deserving of fame. holds to the very end with a startling twist in the last scene. Onn of the priceless collections of the amusement world ninklng with the Lillian Uiissell complexion, and the Gaby DeflTys head dress Is the Fannie Ward collo'ction of Jewels. Miss Ward will appear r*�. the head of a star oust in Pathe's adaplatimi of A. H. Woods' great stage success, "The YolloW Ticket," at the Empress theatre ^J'rl-day and Saturday. i JIlss Ward ha� used many of lier priceless Jowell in .her screen ancooss-es and the collection is the enVy Makes Life Worth Living Goauta's twsn Iviiatur* AS^SrhV',e?.i^fo? pARTER'S IRON PILLS man?^ori^ K but will greatly help most pate-facd pM|te Caron, -wife of the owner ot the Courier, a weekly paper of Montmagny, , stated that Pion_offer.ed to get exemp-LO.\DOiV, Dec. 4.-Pour separate! tion papers foif/her son. if she would conferences were held today, one o� | give him a note for ?1,200. iWrs. Caron the main purposes being to secure . . the indorsement by tlte representatives of dominions of the conclusions reached at Monday's conference. Therefore, 1-remiers Borden, of Canada; Lloyd, of Newfoundland; Hughes, ot Australia, and Smuts,' ot South Africa, were called' into conference with the BritKsli cabinet mem-he j^s concerning the views ot the dominions. AT THE EMPRESS. Friday and Saturday will be gala day at the Kmpress. On these days will appear Fannie Ward la "The Yiellow Ticket," an attraction tliat held New York spellboiincl. The story of "The Yellow Ticket'" deals with Anna Mirrel, a beautiful young girl, who Is a Jewess, but through-some trick of fate does not betni.y the fact in her remarkable facial attributes. Because she is a Jewess she Is refused a passport-by the Okrahna when she applies for one, so that she can visit her father, who has been seriously injured in Petrograd, when he has been run over by Baron Audrey's sleigh. The insulting agent of the secret police offers her a Yellow QUEBEC, Dec. 5,-Two witnesses ticket, a card given_^ to women in today toatified as to their paying over ^^^^^^^''f^^J't^''^},J^^J^''','^^^ money to Notary Pion to obtain ex- them the privilege of travel- emption from the military service. Mrs. ^""^ ^" f""" ^'"''"'f WILL BRING SAMMIES HOME Paris, Dec. 4.~The ten Ajlierican dreadnoughts which will escort President Wilson into French waters will turn about immediately after they arrive, to carry homeward a large party of American soldiers and sailorS. The triti will be so timed that the men will arrive at ^ home port by Christmas. EQMONTON MAN KILL,ED - said the note wag duly turned over to Pion and paid' lid full. .UNITED iStATES AND PERU BUBN^OS .(^RiJS. Dec. 5.-The Am erican government has informed Peru that she may count upon the frienjilv approval of tlie Uniteil States in efforts to obtain the plebiscite in the provinces of Tacna and Arlca, provided for in th^'treaty of Ancon, according, .to the^'jir^igiiOii reaching Santiago, of "the "pxchahgee between Uie Pe'ruvian and Aiherican.' goveniments, dispatches from Santiago report. Peru was told, however, according to this version, that the tinited States could not enter into any discussion regarding the provinpe of Tarapaca, the former Peruvian province annexed by Chile after th'^ war with Peru, NO OBSTACLE PARIS, Dec. �^'atican circles 5.-It is stated in tliat Mon signer Cer-of BDMOiVTOX, Dec. 5.-Robert Camp bell, an employee.of the fruit firm of j retti, the papal under-secretary Plunkett and Savage, was Instantly gtate, will await the arrival of Presi-kllled today when he attempted to board a movlns elevator. He was caught between the shaft and the cage and crushed to ^eath. He leaves a widow and grown up family. BY UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE THE ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER OF I.O.D.E. KNOXCiiURCH SATURDAY, 7 AT THREE P.M. PLA^N SEWING, FANCY WORK AND HOME COOKING BOOTHS. SPECIAL ATTENTION ABKEO TO AFTERNOON TEA ROOM. NO ARTICLES At^BdOtHtl BObO FpR MORE THAN 12,50, HAVE YOUR FORTUNE TOLD , THERE WILL BE SOME ESPECIALLY GOOD FORTUNE TELLINQ. ; ' ' BERNia, Dec. 5.-A dispatch from Agrani says that the national assembly of the people of Montenegro which deposed King Nicholas and voted in 'favor of uniting with Serbia was elected by univ^rsal^ suffrage. Each constituency which formerly sent one deputy to the Skupshtina is now sending three representatives to the assembly. WHO THE COMMANDERS OF CANADIANS WERE OTTAWA.-The militia department has issued a list of the natnes of divi Bional'and brigade commanders of the ' Canadian Corps on Hlie western front. It shows the composition or the corps, which consists of four divisions, each containiii'g three brigades. The list Is as follows: First Canadian Oivision-.vrajor-Gen. A. C. McDo'nell. "  . Canadian Infantry brigades: First-Brig.Gen^ W. A. Griftbach. Second-^(Under a temporary command). Third-Brig.Gen. G. S. Tuxford. Second Canadian Division - iVIaJor-Gen. Sir H. B. Burstali. Canadian infantry brigades: Fourth-Brig.-Gen. E. C. McCuaig, PMfth-Brig.-Gen. T. L,. Tremblay. Sixth-^Brig.-Gen. A, H. Bell. Third Canadian Dlvision-^MaJ.-Gen. F. 0. W. Loomis 'Canadian infantry brigades Seventh-Brig.-Gen. J. A. Clark. iSighth-Brig.-Gen. D. C. Drapei-. Ninth-^Brig.-Gen., D. iVJ. Ormond. Fourth Canadian Division-^Majlor-Geu. Sir David Watson. Canadian infantry brigades: Tenth-Bri^.-Gen. Hayter. Eleventh-Brig.-Gen'. W. W. Odium. Twelfth-Brig. Gen. i. H. MacBrien. Canadian Cavalry Brig-ade-Brig. Gen. R. W. Paterson. dent Wilson in London to arrange with him for his visit to the pope, according to the Rome correspondent of the Echo de Paris. As far as can be seen no obstacle i^ offered to the/interview between President Wilson and Pope Benedict, to which great political importance is attached. NEWS NOTES. ^lohn Harder, who introduced the point system,of riianufacturlijg'^type, died at Palisades, N. Y., aged 82 years. M. ClemenceauV the French premier, I caused a sensation In.Ivis address at \ the Prench^ iL^ndon by de-, : cVaring that but for hini. Marshal !Pocb 'would have liag >o compiand. What the Pn$s Agents Say at the majestic. The attraction at the Majeiatic next Monday and Tuesday, with matinees each day tor ladies only, � will be the new morality play "The Unmarried Mother." Of this play itUs said that every motlier, every girl contemplating matrimony, and every father should see it. It teaches without fear or favor, one of'the strongeat lessons on the question of the unwelcome baby ever taught. The engagement here Is limited, hence the two extra matinees. Seats will be on sale at the 42.0X office on Saturday. � . � , i> at the COLOnSl. aHEftT SHOW AT THE COLONIAL With a complete change ot-prograra tonight, the new Colonial Tiieatre will offer tonighfr' one of the best program^ ot the season. . The �Colonial Players will present the cyclonic farce comedy "Let't Got a Divorce."-A.dapted from the very successful New York comedy,tit, "Lwt's Get a Divorce," ia replete m'itb funny situations, comedy galore, and at the same time has an entertilnirig plot. It will afford Miss Ceclli* Elliott a great opportunity to. display her abil-ilty as a comedienne. Thie;: ColoDiai Players are fa:st endearing themselves in the iiearts of Lethbridge playgoers, and tonight's Mil will atill furthei-serve to strengthen their stsnd here. The feature photoplay "The.Aveng-ln|>TralI" which wiU be offered tonight, in which Harold Lpckwood is ing from town to town without furth er passports. It is her only means ot reaching her father, and she takes it. In an amazing series of events Anna Mirrell falls into the power of Baron Andrey and in self-defense kills him, bringing the story to a climax which is gripping In its Intensity, and which EMPRESS TONIGHT �The Soul of Satan OFFICIAL WAR RB-VIEW-Canada's Fight, ing Sons with General Currie-General A/lenby and Britiah forces in ancient cities of Palestine, and other extremely intersstlng Item*. ' WORLD'S LATEST .EVENTS GOOD COMEDY LAST TIMES TONIGHT JACK PICKFORD in HIS MAJESTY, BUNKER BEAN" IT'S GREAT. DON'T MISS !T. FrIdaY and saturday artcraft pictures present WM. S. HART "THE TIGER MAN" HIS LATEST PICTURE. ALSO LOTS OF GOOD COMEDY. Sure! High Heels Cause Corns But Who Cares Now HOW MANY BEAM* IN THENAR? Th�i Hudson'! iBay-Co, ip-giving away a $100.00: Victory >Boud for the ntearest eitlmat*. Because style' decrees that women crowd and buckle up their tender toes in high heel footwear they suffer from corns, then they cut and trim at these palnfuj,pe^t8 .which merely makes the corn grow hard. This suicidal habit may cause lockjaw and women are wannied to stop it. A few drops of a drug called freez-one applied directly upon a sore corn gives quick relief and soon the entire com, root and all, lifts out without pain. Ask the drug store man for a quarter of. an ounce of freezone, which costs very little but is sufficient to remove every hard or sJft corn or callus from one's feet. This drug is an ether compound and dries in a moment and sim'ply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even Irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. Clip this out and pin on your wife's dresser.-^Advertisement. EMPRESS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FANNIE WARD IN THE tlCKET THE FAMOUS SCREEN STAR EXCELS ALL HER PAST ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE LEADING ROLE OF A. H, ^ WOODS'/ MOST SENSATIONAL BROADWAY HIT "THE YELLOW TICKET" . -I COLONIAL40NIGHT THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN LETHBRIOtB ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM The Colonial flayers Piyaent thft Cyclonlo FafM/CMnM/ ' New York's Biggett Comady Hit., "LET'S GET A DIVORCE" ^ GREAT COMPANY Don't Miss This SPECIAL SCENERY I0T0U8LY FUNNY OLOMI ^ coMeny i EXTRA -The Biggest Laughing Ptay ot th� BsuoRi -TONIGHT ALSO-EXTIW; The Great, Big, Red-Bloodsd Tale of th� Boundlea* Nsrth "tHE AVENGING TRAIL" starring Handsome j |il HAROLD LOCKWOOD in the Most Vigorous CharaefsriciiMen of Hie Carssr. SEE THE TERRIFIC FIQHTI GREATER THAN'"THE SPOILERS'* r SPECIAL MATINEE DAILY,- WhcRor Dbrtal italdsjon HOME FOR XMAS ^8�. 8ATURNIA (From St. John, N.B,, to Glasgow), DEC, 12. Prepaid tickets should be -purchase ed now for relatives and trieiida de-* siring to come to Canada tg^ IuslVb prompt.sailing. . 1 ^ , DRAFTS-Money Orders, . Mail or Ceble'to Great Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, awitxsriaiid, Hellimd. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all Intqhnatlon apply to any of our Agents, Or to COMPANY'S OFFICE, Scott B!�^' 276 MAIN ST, WINNIPEG. ' MAJESTIC THEATRE � TWO NIGHTS^-TWO MATINEEB " COMMENCING MONDAY MATINEE, DECEMBER 9 Popular prices:. Evenings, $1.00, 75c, .6(lc Matlnsss, SOc, 25c Matinees Reserved for Ladies Only. Splendid Cast Gripping Story. NOT A MOTION PICTURE m ;