Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
DECEMBER 0, 1918 fl-lE LKTJJBniOnn: DAB.Y HERALD ,PAGE FIVE lluuslait Colony South of (he Vil- i Mildly Hit 'Our Own Corfisuollieat) Dec, 1" tho Hua- Ei-UlomW eight ly (walvo railed bojtbcoft o[ town (be ravages ol llio 'Bu IIUYO bean of a Tery EOrioua nature. nearly ovejylxidy been down WIUl the iHseaaa and a iniuiljcr o( deaths bavo Joo Kll bis lost Ms. dUest boy, hla piili-Bt (jlrl anil nil Inta'nt.- 1'hllip Ell, formerly reported na recovering dead.' HeOciivos ti wife. and ono chlltl. Mr. Philip Kombeily lias also pass ei] uway, leaving a wire and child. Mr. Kmll Watluin with three mom bcrs of 'his is down with Die 'flu at hlft homo In town. Mrs. is In charee as niirnu. Mrs. Waltuiu iiuforlunalely being awny on a visit lo'tho Utalca. Two otbcr niemfterB o( (bo family. Car) and Oley, ai-o li His Durilctto lioapl'tal wltli Ibe s.imi Mr. Gewgo Jlaloy Is reported aer lously Sfi with Influenza. Mr. IjOlgcrvroail fttld family Ii recelvei! tbe sad news tbat Mr. Ledger wood's liepbow Edgar llalslon, wa: killed at lue.Irolit on Nov. 4ib, making as illil his brother Jim, some month before, tho supreme sacrifice In tin great cause. x_ Mrs. It. McNabb has also the sad news of tho death ot her tcr's BOQ Kenneth Nesbllt of tho En Klneers Corps, vho died in liosnlta iroiii pneumonia following upon gaas inj. Mrs. XesbllU has suffered tb loss of both of her sons In iha iv.i 'Kenneth's brother, a lud not quit eighteen, n> member of a Signallin Corns, being tilled at Ibc [ronl earlte In Iho war. Mrs. Gibson received' a card froi her son George, a prisoner iu Ge: many, saying that -he was well an oipreasiDg !he hop? llial Ms luni So exchange would conic EOOII. It is t bo hoped: that be will be aMc to the. stress o[ geltlne out of German under present conditions and TV I ooii Hiake home, for be bus boca a I'.uu In Ocrinun camiia nd liuvo buffered many things I tha baiide of tho Huu. Mr. Luko H u In beck had Yard from Is son George, laying LliaL he bad recovered from his wounds nnd xpuclcd BOOH lo ho with bis bnlUUoc Mr James Palmer reporta hearing rom Waller Webb ol the 39lh Uattery who WM flt ami fine and llien In lhe ujldet of Ihc but oxncctlng tat ttiB Bi'JutsUcc svould Eoon be blgc- d and (ha Hghtlug cease, }lra. Charlie Kcotl lias received Ilic ,ood nevfb ot her eatlsfac- ory profrcnn towards recovery In an Convalescent hospital, Jtev. (J. It. liRrreil ban liearVl from ib.doiij M'lio IA al prFgcnl In Kpsom iilkilary convalescent hoapllal and nnklJig good progreBa, Wo regret to slato llial Ixiule and family are all town with lie A nuree arrived by lhe atteniuon train from l.etbhrldgc ycn- M'day, la tuko charge cases. elccllon'of for Illagd munlclralltv. resulted Messrs, R. J. AV, Salvage, ,ad Tbos. Snowdcu, being Installed or Ibo coming year, We regret to stale thai olHer 'flu are appearing In town. Mrs. G. laley Id Blck. Mr. II. Mc-I.achlan is under quaraiitluo and some sick al Ihc llrook'ii lioine. nd or Co., Toronto, will npply llvered a Btlrrine address heroro the Kmpira Club hero today, and he was repeatedly cheered by n large gather- ing ol citizens., x "I have dined uilh Lhe lie Eaiil, "and I tell you I ucVer came in contsct ivJUl n beast that had eueh a dirty, deceitful face. He had iniquity wrfetcn all over hla dirty face. I have seen tho textbooks of the man schools, and every Hllle child' has up with the Idea to conquer Great Uritain and to beat her to the dust. food Iroin tlic Seven "I havo reafllns Ibe M-orka ot Seas. are proud of our swift shipment of troops to the firing line during this last summer; Lut well over lifcli of them in British bot- toms convoyed by British Then where have noL tho BrillsJi TougliL? The Suez was Id danger. It was lhe British lhat protected it. Tliere wore German naval stations In the Pacific. The British mopped th'eni up. Russia asked help by way, of the Dardanelles. The British tried to give it, Intervention was needed on the Ono of the strongest picas for Hie Innocent child barn OUL of wedlock and sympathy for lhe unfortunate f other'js incorporated in the -four act, drama, "Tho Unmarried Vlritli conies to the Majestic next -Monday anil Tucsduy nlghtB, Decem- ber 0 iind 10. There will also bo dally matinees for ladles only. Thin play, which has caused coun- trywide agitation both for and against EU Blase presentation, was wrlllun by Florence Edna, May. The slury- cf "The Unm. has lo; do wlih Elizabeth Goodwin antl her child born oul ol wedlock, Reduced to poverty, the mother leaves for a !ann to wort as ecrvant, 111 and her Jouruoy, she. finds It necessary to slop at tlic Intervening farmhouse John Kingston, a chemist, who laler ialls In love with Seedless, nor ISc nnd We Deliver the Goods-FREE OF CHARGE Seasonable Selection of Xmas Cheer CHRISTIE'S XMAS CHEER Nothing daintier neihlng purer. Chrlstlc'3 fruit, Sullana and 1'ouiitl Cakes, 1 ro Huh. OOC Clirlstio.'s Cbrlstmas I'luni I'uilillngi CO cich Jut N'ow )ust ai-rltxtl. 2 for tills...... ..for Ibs. APPLES NO. 1 JONATHAN 'APPLES WRAPPED BOX I'nom; 313 and have them DELIVERED .FREE I.ard, 5 IK for Dates, "fioyal Excelsior" per packet AlnioGu Paste, .35c 30c 1.10 25c 75c OUR GOODS ARE ABSOLUTE. LY PURE OhP Budsonis Bay (fompany hor and persuades her io become his witb lull knosvle.iss tprnie in Hie city and three bunilrcdjdaya latter. lhe i As Anna Miirel, Fannie Ward Etadow that lac clouded her lite, pears in tlie most alisorblne role ol The dies, and the inollicr itlso her career wbich gives scope not falls seriously ill. Her llto, however, only [or unprccedenlc'l emotiona! act-, saved, and needless' lo say, (he ing, hut also for many cumedy dear! bubo's Mthtr Is.brom Tigris. The HriMsb supplied it. on'eminent ulalcsnmn; I relei: to t Salonikl ijritisb'ships Wilfrid Laurlcr... It staled lhat !were in the Thc'Brtlish Col- German people all right; It was only the mllltat responsible for onlal troops [rseil Africa from the military classes.whlCB wero lBritisll rtlnininucv ste tho I retute. statement. I'jTin reajy to proctai-ni. Ibe lo yoii that aoy man u'no utters that sentimcnl either utters a( dclilierate ed a holy war. Tuo British toilny arc moving sontb from Archangel and are at Vladivostok. Hut no one, save tile German it e department, has fcjitfvsB or [alscliood or is In ignorance." Appealed for Fair Play Hu told of appesling'to. heads of the German sailors' unfon for'falr'--------------- plsy. "I aalcl, don't give a damn''will know halt of what Britain it you torpedo our chips, but bo done. When it comes to s soorlBmen and don't lire shrapnel at: the British are tlie poorest tho .letonseless rteii when they arc the world has ever seen. In Iho hosts.'" They replied they held a con- fero government's naval or (erenco o[ labor leaders, and said, policy." to Berlin Cham "We have decided that it is neither our policy nor our Intention to inter- LOCWVOOD in AVENGING. TCAIU'' AT THE COLONIAL FOR TONIGHT. lie told of golriff lor llis inlernalional loiishtp of the world, and out ol the Ci3 'here, there was not one cheer because he was n Urillslier. Alter wrestllug for nine days ho met ihft German Jarorlle, anil Hjcn the linn tried to 'win by ft foul. He was, paid in Ills own coin; The only logic which appeals lo Ihem is force, and nolliiog-Uut force, said Mr. Wright. AT STARLAND. s- HART HUMANE ACTOR Wm. S. famous Thomas Ince star iu'Artcraft- pictures, is bes In arf animal hiay receive an As lie citpres- wlial I'm doing. Tlie dumb an-1 Imal doesn't know and can't help il j anyhow- So, I won't permit DT Hie sort in HIT t This .Is one oE lhe reasons why Sir. IlKrt Is universally lielored by pat- rons of Lhe films. Like liia love ot eliil- dren it can not bo when he-is a "bail mail" OR Iha screen. Hart's new ArlcraH picture "The Tiger will be efiowit at Star- land tonight and tomorrow. "Luke an excruciatingly fun- ny comedy, '.vjll also be shown. iay, ing, imt Mo Jus-, touches. In making the pro-Jutlion William PArke, the director, engaged, ilje services of n Iliissiaii writer, an expert on the conditions dcnicled. I Tho consequence is that Miss Ward's dress ami make-up, arc iierlecL in every detail. Her part is that or ;i beautiful young Jewess, whose remarkable facial rutribultis Uo not betray the fact thai she belongs to Ilia which in Russia is perstcuiej Lcyonil all manner of roller. The dm malic story deals with the, in her behalf, cruel manner JH which the Okrahna, or Secret Police, talie advautagc o[ their posftlon in itcaling attrac- tive girls ol the Jewish race. The uliniax 130me3 Julfan Jtolfe, an American journalist, who is in love with Anna, interests himself The outcome. o[ tho final situation afford a one of the many Ihrilliut lu'isls provide.il throughout the fire reels pf what Is perhaps the most absorbing and Ura- inEjHc screen drama ot today. Also a Hb-spHttfnff comedy, "Kick- ing ,the derm out ot Germany." AT THE EMPRESS. THE YELLOW TiCKET AT THE EMPRESS Tonight and tomorrow Fannlo "Ward and a noted cast will appear In the TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ART- CRAFT PICTURES PRESENT dramatic feature of the age, Yellow "The are not goinfi to rest until we j Opinion-ot the Etory held THE CHAPTER OF LO.D.E. THIRD ANNUAL LAST MINUTE SALE KNOX CHURCH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 AT THREE P.M. PLAIK SEWING. FANCY WORK AND HOME COOKING BOOTHS. SPECIAL ATTENTION ASKED TO AFTERNOON TEA ROOM, NO ARTICLES AT BOOTHS SOLD FOR MORE THAN J2.5C. HAVE YOUR FORTUNE TOLD THERE WILL BE SOME ESPECIALLY GOOD TILLING, until the whole kin appear before ilie har ot an IntennLional tribunal, to he Hie murders they have lie said. Mr. Wright lolil of lo France al the request ot Lloyd George to personally Investigate the atrocities there. lie had gone to Ilhehns Gen. Joffre, and Jator had visiled a village Immediately sifter the Ger- mans had been, driven otil. Frightful saw native French women, Ivlng In tKc trenches, after they hfitl been rapetl by the lie rtoclared, "I saw twenty lo thirty boys with Ihoir right irrisls auipu- taled. This-was not done hy brutality, hut XTRS the woriv of skilled phj-sl- 'cians." Since the war lie had met onn or (he German war leaders al Stockholm. H was Hcrr Scheiflcmcinn. lie "Look here, Peter, I you to un- derstand the ivhole German nation is in anpporl of Ihe German army until a German peace Is dictated." Drank His Own Poison j Mr. Wrirhl tcltl of mat- Ing tho acquaintance of n Gorman! I spy while In Stockholm and sleep-] Ing In the next room (o him. In the I inorclns colfeo had hcen iu-ought in, and he changed hla with the Herman while (he latter was asleep. An hour later the German a corpse. 'loqueully expressed by the throngs which besieged ifce box office during the long runs ol the play In Neiv York and Chicago, irran for four hundred days iu the COLONIAL CHILDREN'S MAT. SATURDAY 5 Cents BRING THE KIDDIES WILUAM S HART, Tifler Meuvjj Wm. S. Hart IN "THE TIGER MAN' ALSO "LUKE THE PLUMBER" A Two-Keel Scream. NO PRIVILEGES FOR HOHEN- ZOLLERNS BERLIN, Dec. Pruislin government hji formally withdrawn tha priv- leae heretofore held by the mem- btra of the Hohenzofern family of immunity from law- HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The tlcdsori'j Bar Co. la giving sway a 510S.il) Victory Bond for the nearest COLONIAL-TONIGHT THE COLONIAL PLA.YERS IN GET A DIVORCE' A clean cut Farce Comedy HAROLD LOGKWQOD THE AVENGING TRAIL" A thrllline tile ol ths Xorlh COMPLETE Of PICTURES SATURDAY, FEATURING EMMY WEHLEN IN "THE SHE1.I, MAJESTIC NEXT MONDAY TUESDAY, DEC, 9 10 Splendid a moving picture MAT. DAILY AT 2.20 FOR LADIES ONLY EACH A POWtBFUL IN FOUR AC.TT PRICES: t, 75c, J1.00. EMPRESS (Under the manAnement of W, A. R. Cocq) REMODELLED; RENOVATED, REDECORATED NO VITIATED AIR AN ORCHESTRA WITH MUSIC MUSIC TONIGHT AND TOMORROW THE UNSURPASSED FANNIE WARD m "The Yellow Ticket" The phy that Ml Nev SpdJUwd Tke Broadway Scurfou! hit, Tclvw Comedy, "Kicking ike Gera Chrt W Genmj"