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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PECEMBEn Till1 LHTI1BHIUCJK DAlbY PAGE FIVE SOLDOSlLD Charged That K Had Lied All Through The Hertllnga Sheet mob of soldiers whlcli Friday forced the resignation at the pistols point yt Herr minister of the interior 1ii tho Bavarian and then occupied various newspaper as the reason for tho latter ac tion that tho newspapers had been deceiving throughout tho Eisner secured the with drawal of the revoluUonlHtH from the newspaper plants for a but which they left for publi cation in the Bavarian the organ of former Chnncollor von Hort P FOR CANADIANS Military Cross ban been gazetted to tho follow ing Louden medicals Henry artillery waa printed In that Journal when It managed to get out an edition at after the nocturnal interruption of Ha working The statement said that the sol dlora and workmen occupied tho of fices of tho newspaper which had lied and deceived people for 51 months nnd horo tho fearful responsi bility of Tho papers would henceforth ap pear under tho soldiers and work mens added thn which was signed by tho Revolution ary of Tho H nonry Courier eiplalncd that printed this B4th Arthur statement to Indicate what had hap 85th 87th Urueo engineers After forcing the resignation of Hobert Mlb Hud1 Herr the mob went to Premier son guns I Winners residence to tnll him thin Albert 25th Tloborl asknd them Iflth Richard why they had not Informed him of 72nd Victor istli their Armand I should have probably have adFrank r4th John vised against tho promlor artillery Curl Your action was certainly well ItBth Charles and undertaken out of regard for Frederick artillery but it was not goodIf again you chaplain Walter 19th have complaints about something Harvey artillery wrong In the government come to Francis 24th B mh Frank arid 24th ieorge engineers Roland 29th Morley Walter 28th GERMANS SPENT FIVE MILLIONS IN UNITED STATES In An Effort to Create Sentiment For Part In II AT THE ROMANCE OF TARZAN AT THE EMPRESS l story of breathless move ment amid the contrasting of unexplored Africa i and iliii luxurious of American with the I son of noble KiiKlish who Mas been raised In the heart of wilds by 1111 upe us 1lu cen i nil mill oni1 can obtiiln some idea of tin I in fot I film enthusiasts when Tho of is shown at the Ki Theatre tonlfcht for a run of da Now go quietly to your LOOKING AFTER PROBATIONERS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS GLADYS HULETTE WITH CREIGHTON HALE IN FOR SALE ALSO HANDS UP FIFTH AND BEACH SPORTS TOTO COMEDYi general superintendent of tho Motho Douglas GREAT PLANS FOR WILSON Dec plans are being made by the French gov ernment for the entertainment of President These plani In clude varlout ttate dinners and receptions and probably a gala night at the The program will be completed In the next few tiny BELGIANS ON THE RHINE Belgian foreea aiding In the occupation of German territory have reach ed the Cavalry units of the Belgian have progressed to on the 12 miles northeast of FLU IN TORONTO cases of now won admitted to Toronto j symbolical character of comparison hospitals over the week Since when referring any unusually Saturday wo deaths from disease Inislty During thn lato worlds for Uabo the ace nnd demon slugger of riioro than in the past Hotitoii Red WHS frequently i compared to hero of The Ho 1 inanci of This massive spveupart production is vlKiiulixatlon of Kdgar Hlce liar roughs great of tin1 rniiiarriedMothcr will be presented which has been one of the wmmm outstanding sensations of tin current I ihrro occurred at the General Hospital and at admissions over ih week end 01 AT THE For tio first limn in iiiis city Mother will be pres at tho Majestic and twic with maUnees daily for j ing to the Methodist to re lato themselves to their work on this side of the There arc about 50 probationers It is expected that howu will be overseas for about two and during that time Bums will act in Chowns WOMEN AND CHILDREN Canadian Thomas mounted rifles Ernest medicals Leonard machine guns William machine COURTMARTIALLED Cou one the accused in the Alont magny exemption appeared today before a regular courtmartlal I t llJUilJ 1 O Aasociated Press learns that a rej citadel In connection with the mil itary inquiry that is being made In thia affair at the same time as the civil authorities are delving into the mat HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR TICKET FOR THE BIG VICTORY YET liiblo estimate shows there HIV women and dependents of Canadian in The Vniversity of Ghent has decided to confer the degree of Doctor on Pre mier Premier Clemen President Marshal Marshal Admiral Sir David General the defender of and Cardinal A NEW PROPOSAL Great War Veterans are voting by mail this week on a proposal to form themselves into a cooperative trad ing N Kbout the attitude of William dolph the in vestigator Of all the newspapers in the Cnlted States those published by Hearst were HIP most ed in favor of There is no other man whose WHS so Jriendlv to Germany in the If this inquiry were limited Unpaid he we would not mention There Is no evidence that Hearst received any profits from the German government or from any one acting for j wos Ills attitude after the United States entered the war ask ed Chalftnan After wo entered the the his continued very Many articles I if published before the passage of the Kspionage as would have ijubjected him to Biolaski testified that Germany spent more than for the spreading of propaganda in this coun try from the beginning of the Some of ho was used in purchasing controlling interests i some for MIR printing ami distribution of pamphlets and some was sent to the German consulates In principal The money used for propaganda was obtaineik largely through thp sale of German treasury notes in this coun the witness Evidence tained by the department of justice howed that the funds of the German I seventy serial nineteen pub cmbaRsy amounted to Oflushed as many screen writers the world over lie name of as a Novel to tho last degree is the of feet produced by the transplanting of white Bon of the Afri can to the centre of tho American social circle In llomance of Never has thin Interesting between life Us primitive form and in Its more arti ficial and sophistical phases been pictured In the silent A of selected screen headed by Klmo Enid Markey nnd Cleo Madison in addition a troupe of wild crocodiles and otnor jlKglfi including an African elephant of mammoth take prominent purls in this masterly arranged pro duction of picturesque CARTERS EMPRESS The Of u the REAL superpicture you have been waiting months to the mighty Cinema picturing with masshre and overpowering effect the strange ad ventures that befall primitive and White King of an African who follows the beautiful white girl he has rescued from death in the African jungles to her home amid the regal magnificence of civilized society where love leads him into paths more dangerous than those he trod in his native Filled with Scenes of Weird Power that will haunt you for days You will see Tarzan rescue a white man from the Jaws of an infuriatod and dispatch the beast before your eyos with a You will see Tarsuin fight ntx savags cannibals lit ono and dispose of them with naked You will see Tarzan himself rescued from death by a gigantic wild faithful And you will also see Taraaii fight tho greatest battle of his career in a ballroom to pro tect tho honor of the beautiful American girl for whoso love ho has left tho Admission 3Sc Children lOc INCLOUDINQ WAR TAX It Is with much reluctance that tho management has been compelled to advance the price on this stupendous It Is an out of tho way and very expansive produc tion has to lie played at tho price TIM Emprtsa alms at giving Ita patrons the very The repntatlon of the houro stands on The Romance of Tarzan la well worth thn admission U is a guaranteed attraction Tho policy of the BmprtMB la to give the best valuo for tlie Thoue who will BOO the Romance of Tarzan will agree ou AFTERNOON AND EVENING 300 SCENES OF STARTLING MAGNIFICENCE MORE THRILLING THAN TARZAN OF THE APES BIG with Jingling Comedy and Other Features No one under sixteen of age will ho This is a new moral in four from tho prolific pen of popu lar writer of Florence Kdna who has contributed several welLknown successes to the stage i and lias also many novels to her j I The Unmarried a j problem and deals with one of j tho most important questions of the and that is to become of the war babies and unmarried iJothers that are left behind COLONIALTONIGHT THE BIGGEST SHOW IN TOWN AT who wrote For the strong fivereel which will appear at picture Starland theatre tonight is said to be one of the most prolific fiction writers He has written more than 400 published short this was obtained by the aio of German treasury 00 from bank credits and from the German reichbanks nd tho balance from other The witness was asked by Senator Overman to put in the hearing anac ount of the activities of Bolo xecuted in France as a while he was in this Since Bolo Is dead Senator Overman It wont hurt any hlng to talk about Bolo was brought to this country jy a representative of Bie askt and taken to the German mbassy by Adolph a vealthy German of New York who is the witness Bolo was introduced to who nvited him to lunch and who later at ended a number of meetings witli Bolos mission in this country was ostensibly to obtain print committee but in reality t was to obtain money for purchasing a paper in There Is one fact about Bolo we which was never brought out Blelaski That ifl that he was In touch with the German em bassy here shortly after war began in In a note book of Albert which we have in our this entry appears Prepare telegram to that showsconclusively that the em bassy knew intimately of Bolo and probably knew of his Activities of labors national p organized In In was discussed by The purpose of the was to crystalize sentiment for peace and to demand that the shipment of munitions to the allies be The council accomplished Blelaski because Gompers took a firm stand against Anattempt to purchase an Ameri can newspaper which would be in sym pathy with Germany was made with out Bielaski shortly be fore the United States entered the The Printers and Publishers as sociation was organized by Hugo Max Emil Kippel and Henry he and an effort was made to obtain for the The scheme fell when the German embassy refused to sanction it on the groundthat tho organizers had too German names and that it would be upder suspicion from the NO FAKE COMPLEXIONS NEWARK with camou flaged complexions steered away from the Park Place the Pennsyl vania station and the Public Service terminal here today because they did not want police women to supervise a They had taken warning the experience of four girls who fell into the meshes late last One of the girls came from the womens room at one of the stations about 11 glowing like a Now go right back and wash your demanded Margaret Dugan one of the The about sixteen of was and two or three plays that have been immense successes on the speaking write for two hours from o to 7 oclock in the he During tljat time I drink about four cups of Promptly at 7 I quit and eat And the rest of the day thats when I sit around and think up what Im going to write the next Jacksons favorite work is trying to learn golfbis favorite pastime is The fifth episode of Hands 1P and a Toto Beach will be on the same VAUDEVILLE Brown Presents thu Colonial Players in THE GIRL IN THE MASK A Dramatic Playlet in two with CECILLE ELLIOTT AND SCHAFFER In a AND BORDE Comedy JESSIE GAY The Girl with the Golden Voice in New ALL NEW SCENERY AND PHOTOPLAYS William Brady Offers Incomparable KITTY GORDON In the Amaiingly Beautiful Production of TINSEL z How much should a young girl know OIRbS Cttn you pick the real from the falso The Startling Story of ful Girl Who Sold Her Soul for OTHER GREAT COLONIAL MAURICE RYGG AT THE What will prove to be the best bill yet seen at the new Colonial Theatre will be offered The vaudeville headliner will be the new dramatic Tho Girl in the ably portrayed by Miss Ceeille Eiyott and Those who were fortunate enough to see Miss Elliott in Fate last week will look forward with pleasurable anti cipation to seeing her in an entirely new Schaffer aud Borde will offer brand new comedy full of new dances and snappy Jessie the Colonials popular will be heard in a new reper toire of tlie big photoplay bill wlllbe topped by nono less than Kitty the best gowned woman in in her latest aud greatest This is without question as fine a feature as it is possible to and in it is costing the Colonial management more money for the Lethbridge showing than any feature previously exhibited Several good comedies will complete tho Maurice Rygg assumes tho leadership the Colonial orchestra starting MAJESTIC TONIGHT AND TUESDAY Matinee and Night THE NEW MORAL DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS LOOK AT A CHILDS WHEN FEVERISH AND EVERV WOMAN SHOULD SEE Take No Move Liver and Bowels at Mothers can after giving California Syrup of because in a few hours all the cloggedup sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the and you have a plajful child Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their and they j become tightly liver gets slug gish Hiid stomach When see if tongue is then give this delic ious fruit Children love and can not cause No differ Inclined to but when she was ellce what ails your little full shown tho policewomans badge of Of Or a sore authority she went back and scrubbed j bad off every veatibev of powder and a gantle inside cleansing should al paint being aided by o flow of angry Way8 be tho first treatment Full directions for children of all Other girls did most of and grownups are printed oil them About a dozen each bottle have been made examples of io is all being caught at the railway Those who do not wash their own faces will have them washed by the The address in reply tS the speech from the throne in the Saskatchewan legislature was moved by for and second ed by for v Port men were fined for drinking too much hard This was the first hard cider conviction In Ontario Beware of counterfeit fig Ask your druggist for a bottlo of California Syrup of look carefully and soo that it is made by I the California Fig Syrup 1 We make no smaller Hand bad with contempt anV other fig HOW MANY iEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest NonAdvertisers Ones Who Fail EightyFive Per of Business Disasters Are Those Who Could Not See the Value of Spending Money for A recent report made by n mercantile agency showed that eightyfive per of business failures throughout the country are among nonad What a percentage There aro the hard figures in black and They are not compil ed for the selling talk of some advertising but they Hhould prove an edification to business if they still who Insist that advertising does not Advertising hus developed in to such a tremendous power In all branches of commercial Ufa that the very word may well be called a synonym of Many men who are now spend ing millions of dollars every year in started their career in tjie backroom of a lowrent factory How they were staunch believ ers in their faith in publicity never aud their now verifies truth of their Advertising is merely a bus iness force that anyone may ap ply by closely surveying tho and then convinc ing the buyer that you have goods be Before advertising became tha greatest selling in all sales were made by personal But many cui tomers can a salesman visit OB an expenditure of ten About to say the HOW many prospective buyers you reach with a ten dollar ad Men would not for a onepage one time in U advertising didnt Neither would upon keeping at mutttnt orders did not Justify have already proven the of publicity and found U to the moat profitable investment at their command ;