Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
'SATURDAY DECEMBER 7, WE fjJTWBnmCK OAJiW PAGE FIVK Lots of Entertainment For All At th0 Big Christmas Carnival It Hie Holarlans ulajlng a worlii'ii fad' nt (lie CKliIljUlou grauntM lliere couldn't lie any greater activity Ijeltig-displayed tber'c -Iboao preparation for Victory I'arnlval unii -Kiddles' (Mirlstmaa r'ee- llvnl next weoh. Carpenters are limy, decorators ai-o ljusy, ftrc busy installing a licatlug system; In face, everybody Ic onj by tlic actlvlly thai la being displayed the public can lio, certain tliat Hie Is lo flic event ot Hie b J U..-' eeaaun. The eiilhuiluiu) isn't -confined to he UoturiJiiF ulllici-. So exncclallt 9 thai Ihc rush for tickets continues, ami cvei-y I'.uJKuilnn points lo a capacity liousa neil ThurHilay, Friday and Saturday evening, -.vlille on Knturdsy sfleruoon, for the Clirlil- Last Times Tonight Wm. S. Hart IN "THE TIGER MAN" mas Tree, IiundrcdB- liivltallous are being issued Eoldters' children und llielr mothers or guardians, BO tliat tlicrfl will be, lu all, four Wjj Jonnunceg. ay Ihc nuWlc made cn- Kti'en m a Telegraphic The hospital elilit Araguyu ducked at Halifax Ibis f.fujrnoon alter a very rough trip. She brought S'.'L invBllfal Canadians, made up of 43 tuberculosis, IQ9. amputation 103 incutal eages ui.uJ Ibc romuhidor ordloaiy caees. WltJi IIic njijiroval of Ihc president, Secretary of State asltcd conereiiB ,to raise the American lega- tion at Lima, I'tm, to ihe rank of fcm- IVru 1ms signified tlic dPElr.-1 lo appoint ni' ambassador to tlio L'nlt- cil Slatca and Utc govermiiL-ui ana agicod. llomoval of the Canadian N'orthern audit department from Wn- nlpeg to Toronto ban dellnilely decided upon, tlce and on "Bi'ltabi Day." AND "LUKE THE PLUMBER'' AQ Indication of tho way llic vlewa the effort Icing n lertaln tfac children Is given In a reeolullou on Thursday hy Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. K., to Ihc elfccl (hit llic chapter con- IderedUhc elforl o( Ihc Hoiarlani lo lie 'woittiy In.''every respect, and' VwHngA of Ihc British 1 (lie of Ihc tliapierl0" received In u [o ihe carnival and ottered LO aid In cablcgiam from Foreign Secretary 9very possible way. Arthur J. rialfour lu Gav. t'arl K. Such messages coming to tlic club or Maine. trom every quarter, puulte and prl- was a lively pxclnincc or vale, Indicates (hat tlio public Is the Villins ot H, going lo tupport the tarnlval wliich U lo pay Ihc CXDCIIBCB of the KlddlcB1 (Jhrlfitmas festival, by fiUemllng' la Urge numbers each nfglit Lgti of Entertainment And llic public Isn't being asked in give Aoinetlilng for notlitne, While ;he I'ccclplB ol the carnival ivlll go help San I a (Unus cnicrtafn (he children at Jlfelr special event on AMSTBflDA-Jf, Dec. Dutch minister 6t Pclrugrai, liaB arriv- ed Holland way of Germany, spoSie freely on his ari'lvitl of the con- dlilonE brought about by the llolahe- vlkl In Jtusela and ajipejli.vl (o worfc- meu'ot nations agsliiM Itolslicvlkl tendencies.. Tuo ralnjBtcr cuaraclcrlzci] Iiolelio- vism aa "the end M dvllltatitm." Tranglated lul'> pracll'ie, he declared, (Le JiotFljci-lkl principle.! ure waxes lor no work, the takljig of olli- era' projtcrly without and no taxation. The working- men, were far u'oree uff than, ever beToro. MONDAY AND TUESDAY I PATHE PRESENTS GLADYS HULETTE v IN "FOR SALE" 'A PICTURE NO ONE SHOULD M'lSS. ALSO "HANDS UP" EPISODE FIVE AND GOOD COMEDY BUY TICKETS FOR THE BIG _____ DANCE CARNIVAL A> STARLAND large. Saturday afiernooD neil, the Jtotary Club hfta rurnliahoi) cnLcYlQlumcnt Tor everyone that more than equal the Bounding (it lu otli- whcn (iohllcrs iian-ded [ri as ;i dejoonsiratfon not btlng ryjrrescntcd oti tho pyeeuHve of the golrUcrs' and re- fused lo disperse. hi protest aKa'ust a levy for atc-Idciit Insurauct1, more than 5.0UO Northern railway Eliapmcu ore taking a strike vole fron> Fort William to Vancouver. Tho Canadian Kegi.slratlon act has beat Euspeodcd, I hough tlio MORE RIOTS IN BEHLIN LONDON, Dec, ex- cltcment was caUEtd among the SparUcuEj or Radical, group In Berlin today when the executive comrnlltee of.-the to id I ens' and council arrested. Bays an EnchanBe Telegraph dis- patcfi from Ccjwnhager, The goV-, declared it did not order., the arrett and promises tnat the committee be released. Last night there were eerioue rials In Berlin, the Berlin cor- Poliliken reports, Shots were exchanged outside tho relchstig. When darkness fell gov- troops occuphd uni- versity building. I [on board l remain a while to wind the adinlssion. There will bo itauclng :on tho uionetLT dance floor (he orchej- ovor licard In Lothbrldge, whllo for Ihose who do not care lo danco I wlli Le ou 2a the clec- tbere will Lo tun, every minute in liujitness. It was announced the OrUarij povcrunient thai for the hye-plocttnn In .Vortli Onlario tho Monlo t'urto Tnc lary Club has no hosilation Jn Ing the public lo atlciid the carnival, knowing that everyone will he pleased vltli Hie' entertainment offered. Tho Kiddtos' Clirifiliuas tree was. put In iilaco on Friday. Il look tlosen ID raise the young glaut, which Is Just ad heaulltul as .11 is tlon will ho held on 1'fcb. IS, it an olecllnn Is necessary. Mails, for. thtj Canz l-'xpcdltion- ary Force, Siberia, have teen fcolng forward by transports plying between Vancouver and Vladivostok, letter, iapcr and parcel mails co'infi foru-ard by these stoaMiers. The next sailings will1 be the f-leamshlps TeesLa loth InElaut. fit-hedules ib sail on the CMPRESC "the Yellow L TON'GHT 0 leilOW Uproarious the Germ Out of Germany." COME WILL NEED MORE MEN WASHINGTON, DEC. Since the stay army of occ-jpa- Uon; abroad (ndtfinile, Gen. March today that it be ntceitary lo ask con-' arcss for new erllslmeni legisla- tion. Under, the present [aw no provision Is made Tor such menU which will be needed Tour months after the signing of whtn the.'war army must be dis- charged. l AT THB MAJESTIC, "The Unmarried Mollier." one ol (he most powerful dramas given lo Uie publtc'In years, is the aUr nt tlie Majestic Tfcealrc neit M and Tuesday, 0 and 10, wllh matinees far ladles only, when a .lecture will lie delivered 011 "Un married No "one under sixteen years o[ age admitted. The IT IS YOUR PATRIOTIC PRIVILEGE to save andconserveWhenyoueat wheat be sure it is the whole wheat Don't waste any of it. It is all food ShreddedWheat is the whole wheat-nothing wasted or thrown qway. If is a nourishing wholesome substitute fbrmeateggs and other expensive foods.No sugar is requtred-simply milk and a dash of salt Uila new version of Rar- dou's comedy la the capable, lumds of Mies CctUlc Elliott and Company one of (ho funniest L-oinedies seen Aa for many Tonlfflit'rt photoplay program will Jieaded by Emmy Wehlen in llic start- Cordon In, Mia smas pJtyT. "Xlusel.V D. startliug story oi could not pick th production of 'Tfic LinmarrlcJ THE BRIGHT SPOT altered tar tho first lime in Ibis is ivcll stased. hig myBtery play, "The Shell Game." xHs ol conicdy complelothe bill. On Monday at the Colonial the tig feature, will be incomparable Kiuy Cordon In, Mia smashtagly fiensotfonal DS with the a, girl who the. real fitom tho false, possesses a terrific Killy famous for her beauly, famous on Ihc legitimate stage, and equally faiacius on the screen, adds BDW laurcl.s to .her career in "Tinsel." Tho Colonial manage- ment unhesitatingly- recommend "Tin- eel" as beihfr one of the greatest fea- tures ever seen hore. n pursuit of Ms scientific sludtes, Lhe drama lakes Us followers on the moat romantic.and thrilling Journey through lie land of (he icart could desire. The sane magnificent jungle Ecen- pry IJiat gave a background sylendor to "Tarzan of tlie la shown In many of the big scenes of 'Tho Ilornanco of and hnn- drwla ot wJM leopard-, lions, rs, and huso snnhea and man-eatr crocodiles add excitement- and novlly lo a number oE incidents, Per- ;AT STAJRLAND.' IKE COMFY THEATRE TONIQKt HERE'S A GREAT SHOW Tlie Colonial Phj-ers Present 'llio Clean Cut 'Karce Comedy "LET'S GET A DIVORCE" yielorlcn Sardou'? famous; Frenclt" farce "Divorcons" NEW TONIGHT- NEW EMMY WEHLEN in 'The Smasliius .Jlyslery Play "THE SHELL GAME" LOTS OF.COMEDY -i ORCHESTRA 19 Yoi Always Ste ttt Bluest md Etsl at tbe Mon. Tues. Wed. Great Alt Star Double Williaip A. Brady Presents the KITTY GORDON HOW MUCH SHOULD "A YOUNG GIRL KNOW? The Startling Story of n'GIrl Who Did Not Know, thi RtaP from the False. SUPPORTED BY MURIEL OSTRICHE, IN "TINSEL" By FRED JACKSON SEE THE COLONIAL PLAYERS IN THEIR NEWESt OFFERING, "THE GIRL IN THE MASK" THREE THREE OTHER ACTS THREE 75 wilhout fjucstion one of the fircalcsl plioto- ilra'tuas o[ Ihe ago. AT THE EMPRESS. The crowds ot [ilm crithusiaBls who TVliy 'r.an'l evolve some luve been wnlllne to witness the eon- Edieinf. fiome sure-slKt may by which Icludics chanters of "Tarzan ot (lie a trusting jnaWca may know before-1 Apes" un the screen liave llteir hariil If Ihe object ot her affections inIsbeo gratified on Monday is worthy? J r'Thft llomante ot Tarzan." win bo .If there were a way, UieUhoVn at the Empreas. gripping'pholoiiiayn'i'OLSale.'Mi-oiild new production, dramatized t of moat foLerettlac ot zan's jung for, raanjmo baraan jDlAltigeocr, who zan from a wax party ot ctnolbala and cirrlcs him U to tba eewoast. of TMna" irtn Gaoirn for three nra at An- presi theatre, allernoon. Wt, Tellow an4 i edr, N In vhlch Gladys'Hulette Crelghlon and it is coming to the .-Starlaurt Monday. The whole trouble.lies in.the.fact that the :miin Hie herisinc "telieves heraell hi JOTB is a pretty ,gay.fiort ot a deceiver. And the girl makes Ih'c auprcroe; sacrifice ol marrj-inp a'man she love a bit -thinks' she obtain .money to senii her rteceplire lorer to a-climate he may rtgaiii his heiilllj. Sale" presents a very Interest- ing problem, with the justification for the girl's action with a punch 'nt Iheienil. It is disUnclly worth sec' lo those ..who have viewed ihe first preparatory lo booking this city. TiiosL novol aiiU exciting presentment of the adventures of tlic amazing npc- lucn that has yet Jieen" glvetf to the screen. Degfnnin.t: Uie meetlng-'bt Tar- nml Jane PortytvhlE predestine! mate, HI Ihc heart or the African jungles, whither ihe beautiful Atner- Jcnn girl Iiys acconnjanltd her fa IN SHOE POLISHES AT THE COLONIAL. For- tlic last time tonight ot ihe neiv Colonial Theatre the popular LColphial Players will preseot Iheir suctes'siui farce "Let's Get a with which-they have been delighting Colonial' audiences (Us week-end. Adnptcil rrom" Viclorieu Sardou's fair.ous Francli farce, "Dl- HOW MAPiY BEANS (N THE JAR? The Uudson's Day Co. is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest esUuiate. KM PRESS 3 Starting on Monday CYCLON1CXC1NEMA DRAMA "Mm of Tarzan" More Tbriflbj TWa "Tvzu Ac SELECTED PLAYERS Supported br attr 700 natiTt Aftlcins, anil ol IIOBE, tigen, Iwpurds, orocodlltj Hrt olhpr betsts at tho Jangle, Including a gtgtiHu: clerhanl, who ar.ltng honors with Tarzan. A FIWT NATIONAL. MAJESTIC THEATRE NIGHTS------TWO MATINEES CGfliMENCING MONDAY MATINEE, DECEMBER 9 Popular Prices; 51.00, 75c, EOc Matineei, We, 23: Matinees Reserved for Ladles Only. Splendid Cast. Gripping Story. 'NOT A MOTION PICTURE that the 'Flu Is Over! What about having your rooms disinfected and repapered us? a new stock of Wallpapers at remarkably low prices, with Cutout Borders, m tiw very latest designs. WELLINGTON BROS, BUILDiNC THE DECORATORS TIRE OWNERS .WE HAVE ESTABLISHED AN UPJO-THE-MINUTE TIRE REPAIR PLANT Aid Are Equipped to Do Any Kind YMT UTMOST SATISFACTION HONEST SERVICE, ECONOMY AND SATISFACTION, C04T, TRY PALACE VULCANIZING WORKS PALACE GARAGE, SECOND AVENUE S. J. SCHULTZ- MANAGER FORMERLY OF SCHULTZ 4 RITCHIE.