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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DECliMBF.R 0, 1918 TJIIS PAGE FIVE I'hni'jred Thai it Had Lied All Through The Hertling's Sheet MUNICH, 'Doc. The moll of rmcd soldiers whlcli >'rJJay [orced the rcElgnaLlou at Iho Cant. Frank Stractian, 2nd; ficv. .Stewart, 2-Hti; Lieut. ttcorgc 'nioirtpsoii, engineers; nolanil Thompson. l.irmt. Morlcy Verity, LOOKING AFTER PROBATIONERS TOHOXTO, ieut, Walter Wadilell.- 2Stb; TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS GLADYS HULETTE WITH CREIGHTOH HALE IN "HANDS UP" FIFTH EPISODE, AND 'SPORTS" -TOTO COMEDY, HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR TICKET FOR THE BIG VICTORY DANC.E YETI Idt Church In Canada, will Icavo To- 50 probationers [I la expected ido of Uic war. ThDi'G aro about overseas, Shown ivlll bu overseas for ahout two months, ami during that time llev. Dr. 11, M. Bums will act lu Dr. Cuowii's jilicc. Ernest Whelpley, medicals; fujit. Lcmiarcl White, niaclilnc Eunj; that ur. William Williams, macnliiu GREAT PLANS FOR WIl.BON PARlSj plans are being made by Ihe French gov- ernment for the entertainment of Preildcnt Wilton, These plans in- clude various state dinners and receptions and probably a gala tllffht at the opera. The prc-jram will be completed In the next lew days, BELGIANS ON THE RHINE LONDON, Dee. Belalan forces aiding In the occupation of German territory have reach- ed the Rhine. Cavalry units of the Belgon army, have progressed to Urd'.nqen on the Rhine, 12 milee norlKeaEt of DuESeldorf. AT TUB p 'ROMANCE OF TAR7AN AT THE EMPRESS WOMEN AND CHILDREN LONDON', Dec. Canndlr.n Ayeoclaled Press learns Ihnt a re H-ibJo estJjnaic shows IhnL Ihore jO.OOO and cbilJrca, depeudccls of CaiiadLau soldiers, in Kngland. The University nf Ghent lias to confer the degree- ot Doctor on I're- mler _Lloyd' George, 1'remier Clemen- ceau, Prealdctil "Marshal Focli, Marshal Joffre, Atlmlrat Sir David UejiLty, General I.emaJi, Ibo defender of Liege, and Cardinal .Mercler. COURTMAKTIALLED QUBUEC, Deo. A. C. Gnu- Ict, one of the accused In the Monl- magny -eiemplfon scandal, appeared today before a regular courtmarttal at Ihe citadel In connccllon tlie mil- itary Inquiry lhal Is being made In Ihh affair at the .same lime, as the civil authorities aro delving Into the mat- ter. X NEW PROPOSAL V WASHINGTON, Deo. a -Question Kliout lhc altitude n! Wllllmn llai.- doljih Hearst, nleloskl, this L'. S. in- YeEliEator eald.' Ot all the newspapers In tho United States tbose puWished by Mr. Heard.were the must pronoun." eil in (avor of Germany. Tuero is no nlhnr man whOBC Etlltuiie woa so. filr-ndlv lo Germany in (lie war." t "If Ibis Inquiry were JIniJled j "lie added, "sve vvoulil not'mention Mr. Hearst. Tlierc Is no evidence that Mr. Hearst received eny proflts [roni the Gciinau goirernnienL or from any one acting for It." "What woa Ills attitude after Ihe United Slatcfi entered (lit! ask- ed Chairman Ovorniann. "Aftc-r Vi'O entered tile 'tlio "his ntlituiic conlioued very questionable. .Many tirllclet; in his papers. If published before th': pasaneo o[ tlie fcplonAge act, ae ainended, would have juljjected lllm to prosecution." Dlqlaski lestlded that Germany {spent more lhau for (lie spreading of propaganda In this coun- try from the beginning o( tlie war. Some of said, was used In purchasing controlling Interests lu newspapers, some for the printing and distribution ot pamphlets and was sent lo the. German consulates In principal cilies. Tlie money used for propaganda was obtained, largely through tlip sale of Qerman treasury notes in thl9 coun- try, the wltiicaa ealil. Evidence ob. talned by Ibe of FLU IN TORONTO TOflON'TO. Ucc. of influenza v.'cry yd mill rd lo Toronto over Ilia week cml. Since Saturday two ifeadia from Ilio disease occurred at Hie General Hospital ami at Welleslcy. Ttyc admissions over thf1 Imagine a slory ot breathless move- muni pel amid the contrasting i of OK? of uucxplorc-il A tries t aii'J 'Jin luxurious of American t-oirluty, v.ilh (ho son uf noLty r'ntftMi pan-nls, who hten ralseil In llin lieart of ih hy art fn.-ler-mtiihur, tral tixurv. hnd one cult uMain home- Idea of iln- i rout in stnro for local when 'Tho of Tiirziii" is hliown :it liic Tlitatr.; lonltfbl tor run ut Ibrcu i v.'rllnrii iliu DOW Ll-ii lilt liailLG Of Tiil'ZiUl f ihn. U'llJn as iho cen- for ring ot ctnnparhon l'i any unusually Novel (o tlie last degree !a tlie ef feet produced Ly the transplanting o[ Tarzan, lha white Bon of Hie Afri- can Juuelei, to the centre ot iuo iacsl Kckct American eoclal circle in "Tbe ItoiuEinue of Tanan.''J N'ei'er before has (bis Interesting contrast foot Ufa In Its jooaL jrrlmltivo form and fa ltd woroL arti- ficial yud Bophlsllcal phases been Ijlciured In ihe silent drama. A cant of selected screen nrtlals, hcmlcd by Elmo Lincoln, Kold aml Cleo Madison; in sildltlou ;t Iroupo of wild llonts, tigers, leopards, crocodiles utirl ol'uer Jungle JjeinitSj includliig an African of mammoth size, lake prominent ivor In ILI3 masterly arranged pro- s "induction of picturesque thrills. husky athlete, Uurlng the; late world's fov Instance, llabu Until, tlio j pltohlnK and demon slugger iof n'tct end arc raore Hian In Ibe JMBI lied Sox, wa5 wo uTCeks. njiilparerl lo ihc hero o[ ''Tlie Ito j nnncy of Tarzan.' i'i' 1'rrr MiiPCTrr inasjli-c seven pan iiroiluclion AL lllb Mi a visualisation ot Wear Hlcu liar- l-'or the. first time In thh cily "The roughs' great story, "Tarzan of til'; Unmarried Molher' will lo i has been of the at the .Majestic tonight, anil twice J outstanding ceusailonn o[ iLc current I I'ucaday, only. Nu on was. ostensibly to "obtain print papev, trie but it was-to obtain ino'iiey [or purchasing a paper in Frauce. "There IB one fact .about Bolo we invo, which vvas never brouglit out Blclaski said. "That is tbat ic.ivas In touch with Itie Uermnn cm- jassy here shortly alter war1 began in.JlSH. In n note book pt Dr. Albert whfch vc. liava in bur possession, this entry appears; 'Prepare teleEraTii to LbaL conclusively that the em- bassy knew Intimately of BoJo and probably knew oE his aclUiUes." Activities of labor's -national peac-) council, organized In Chicago, In J 1916, was discussed by Rielankl. Tlie purpose ot.the was-to cryEializc sentiment for peace end lo demand (list the shfpaieitt ot' munitions to the allies be stopped. The coutftll accompllBh'ed nothing, Blelosld said, because Mr. Compers toot a firm stand against It. AnN attempt to purchase in Ameri- can newspaper which would he In sym- pathy ivith Germany was niade with- out success, Bielaski said, shortly be- fore the United'Stales entered the war. The Printers and Publishers as- sociation vrna organized by Dr. Hugo Swilzer, Max W. Sleur, Bmil Klppel nrid Henry said, and an elfort made lo obtain for the purchase. The scheme fell hroufih, however, when, the German refused to sanction It on the ground Hmt tho organizers had "too 3erman names'1 nud thai it voiilrl be suspicion from the Ished. novels, as many screen dramaa.j and two or three plays have been mnienae successes on the speaking, lage. "I write for two' hours from 5 lo 7 o'clock in the he con- "65565. "During lljat time 1 drink about ioiii1 cups of coffee. Promptly, al 7 J quit and cat "And the rest ot the "Oh, that's when I sit around and think up what I'm going to write, the next morning." J action's favorite work is trying to le.irn favorite pastime is willing novels. T3ie fifth episode ot "Hands Up" autl a-Tolo comedy, "Beach -ill be on the same biJ.I. AT THE COLONIAL. What will prove to be the best bill vet seen at the new Colonial Theatre j will be ottered tonight. Tlie vaudeville Jieadlir.er tvill he the new dramatic playlet, "The Girl In lhc ably portrayed by Miss'. Cccllle Eiyolt and Company. Thoae. who'were fortunate' lo see JIIss Elliott in "Fate" lasi-Cveck will look forward with plcasunUilo anti- COLONIAL-TONIGHT THE BIGGEST SHOW IN VAUDEVILLE Ltn H. ilrciu'ii Presents tbtf Colonial Playcrd In "THE GIRL IN THE MASK" A Dramatic Playlet in two Fcenes, with CECILLE ELLIOTT AND CO. William A. Brady Offers Incomparable KITTY GORDON In the Amazingly Beautiful Production of TINSEL u GCHAFFEB AND BORDE In a Xeijr Comedy much ehoald a ?oung girl liaow f Can you liick the real frocu the talao JESSIE CAY The Girl with tbe Golden Voici in New Startling Story of BMUt'-fgl Girl Who Sold Her Soul for "Tinsel." ALL NEW SCENERY AND GREAT FEATURES COLONIAL DIRECTION, MAURICE RYGG A to seeing her in an-entirely new role. and Goriie viil a brand new comedy act, full of new Bongs, stories, dances aud bright, lappy dialogue. Jesaio Gay, ilie Colonial's popular soprano, heard In a new repcr- loice of Tonight, tfie big pbotorilay bill will-be lopped by nono less than Kitty "tbe best eowned v.-oman In in her latest aud greatest triumph, "Tinsel." This 3 withoul as fine a feature if- it is yDsalhle lo produce, and in- rideTLtally, It ia casting ihe Colonial management more money [or tin LethbritlSG showing" than any feature previously exhibited here. Several oDd.'Comcdlcsj will complete .tho hill- Mr. Maurice assumes the of, the Colonial drcbcetra starting You will sec Tamn a Trhlte from (he Jans o[ AH infuriated Iton, and dispatch tho least before your eyes with a xhrtLh-fenIfe. Voii TV 111 sec Tarzaa light sit aiTisa cannltnla tccl ibfl honor ol the beauUrul American girl for whose IOTO he has leU the Jungle. Admission- 35c ChiUreh- lOc INCLDUDINQ WAH TAX II Is Tfllli much that (lie managenicnt bag fa sen compellftrl to advance the price on Uils slunenilona plcturt. H Is en out of Iho way and very proiluc- tlon and, has tn be played nt lha price fixed. TtM KmprCis iilrrta nl clvliig ita pi Irons the rcry best. The rcpntatlon of Ihs houcc sUnda on thlg. s Tie of Tarzan" Is well Vortli the ail mission cliarged. H Is n guaranteed The poUry oi tbo Emprtaa ia Ii ilvc llKvpublic the btst value for the money. Those' who vrlll see the "Ronianre of Tnrzan" will agree on Ihls. AFTERNOON AND EVENING 300 SCENES OF STARTLING MAGNIFICENCE MORE THRILLING THAN "TARZAN OF THE APES" BIG PROGRAM, with Jingling Comedy and .Other Features NO "FAKE" COMPLEXIONS NEWARK with camou- flaged complexions steered away from tho Park Place station, the Pennsyl- vania stnlloa and the Public Serrlcc terminal here today because they did not .want police women to supervise- a operation. They had taken warning frow (he experience of Tour girls who fell into the meshes [ate last night. One- of the girls came from ihe woman's rest room at .one of the stations about 11 p.m. glowing like a fiunsot. "Now go right back and VMH your demanded Mrs. Margaret T. DiiRau one. of the policewomen. The girl, about Mxteen years of age, was Inclined to refuse, but ehe was shown tho policewoman's badge of authority she went back and scrubbed off every of powder and LOOK Hi A CHILD'S 1C AND TWICE (Malir.ee and" Night) THE NEW MORAL DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS EOc, 75e, Matinees..........-v and 50s Scats en Sale at Box 1722 Mothers can rest.easy alter givinK "Caljtornla Synip of Figs." because in a feiv hours all (lie cl.offged-up sour bile and Termejitlng foorl gently out of the bowels, and you have a Kell. plartul child again. Children) simply will not take the lime from play lo empty Ihcir bowels, and they become tlfhlly packed, liver gels slug- gish and stomach disordered. cross, feverish, restless, sec i' tonEno i3 ooaled, then five Ihls delta- Ions laiallvc." Children love It, and It can nol cause Injury. Xo differ- ence alls jonr lilllc full of cold, or B-'.iore Ihroal, stoniach-Rche, bad breath, remember, ja geollo "inside cleansing'' should al- paint being aided by a of angry ways be the Ilrst given. Full directions' for liables, children or all agM and grown-ups aro 'printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit aymps. Aak your druggist lor a bottle of "CiHIoTDln Synip ot then look carttuUy and Ece that It la mane by the Fig Syrup make no email or llant? back Kith contempt other fig tsars. Other girls did likewise, most oT llhcni terror-atrickaji. About a I hare been made exaaiplea of far, I It is aald, all being caught at the 1 railway stations. Those who do not wash their own fnctg will havo them by Oie tvollcewomen. The address in tcplr fn Lhe speech from the throne In the Staltatcheicin loEltliturc vaa moTed fcy Rev. M- L. Leltch, 51.P.P. for and second- ed by Dr. C, Saiilnlan, M.P.P. (or Saltcoats. x __ N port Ijiiririll men fined for drlnVIns too murt harj elder. This was the first hard rider coBTlctlon In HOW MANY IEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Is E'vin? way n JlOO.Od Victory BonJ tor the nearest estimate. Non-Advertisers Ones Who Fail Eighly-Five Per Cent, of Business Disaslevs Are-Those Who Could Not See the Value of Spending Money for Publicity. A recent report made by n their success now verifies rromfncnt mc-rranlile agency truth of iheir conrictJOM- Fhowcd that eighly-liTe per cent. Adrcrtfclug U merely a bus- of business failures throughout Inoss force that anyone may ap- (lie coimtn1 arc among non-zil- ply bv closely surveying Iho vortlsers. public wants nnd then conrinc- a percentage! Ttiere arc the buyer lhal you liave the Die coin, hard Mgurea ID black goods he needs, and white. They are not compll- Before advertising becarcc the for lhc selling lalk o( some greatest selling force in use, all Advertising agency. ,bnt they salea were mado by personal Khould prove an ciltficatlon lo solicitation. But hew many cus- busings men, they Eilll exist, tomera can a salesman Trait OB who Insist that "advertising dots an expenditure of ten" dolUtit not ray." Advertising has developed in- to inch tremendous power In all branches ol commercial Ufa thai the very word may well be called a synonym of success. Many men who er'e now spend- ing million's or dollars every year In advertising, started their rarecr In the back-room cf low-rent factory buitdtag. Hov-- ever, they were stAuncb belier. ers in advertising, their faith In publicity never wavered, and Alwiit ten, to My-the most. many prospective bUTCrs you reach wltli a tep ilollir vertiaement, ?.ren would not tor a one-page ons time In oflfl periodical, It advertising dlila'L pay. Neither would upon Iweplot st orders dIJ nol Justify 11- tave already proven tie of pabliclty foaad It to (he most protitibb In at Ihelr command. ;