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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I V TUESDAX1)ECEMBER40,1918 THE lETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERAl8truc-' tlo;i brdiigltt ibout by the military aecoBBltles^'of-th'e allies, � of whl6Uy a largetshajje in sjljijplyitigwjis assumed by Frendh ^InduSti^; ^ - - Any Seat, Any time, 25c. Children lOc. Colonial Theatre.-Advert. ,UNDBR COMPUETE CONTROL COBLENZ, Deo. 8.-(11 p.m.)- Coblenz tenight l� under the oom-^ (plete military control of the Americans, with the municipal au-thdrities co-operating. i no disturbances - COPENHAGEN, Dec. 10.-The German majority Socialist* held 1^ meetings In Berlin on Sunday. They were.addressed by the principal leaders. The Independent l^bciallst% held three open air meeting*,^.while Dr. Liebknecht,' the lydical leader, spoke at a Spartacu* meeting of 3,P0O persons at Trtplow Park. There wera lio.i disturbances anywhere. The weatWer was foggy and rainy. ^COtoi^fal Theatre's new policy starts totilght. Twenty-five cents at all times. ^Advertisement. '�� I f ' ^- � " ' , RECOGNIZE ESTHONIA ' a ( AS A REPUBLIC ALIENS NOT 10 ^ BE RELEASED ' OTTAWA, Dec. lO.-^Aaked' with regard to the report that the government was releaBlng aliens from the camp at Vernon,. BiC, Gen. W.' D. Otter, director of iiilemment operations, stated today that there was no truth In It. No action ivhatever had been tak^a alorig these lines, he said, and any reports to-the tiontrarj' were er-Vdnedus. , ' � They make iyou welcome at the Colonial. 28c any �eat any time.-^Adv. ALBION RIDGE ALBION BIDGE. Dec, 9,-The 'flu cases in the Lynn home are Improving. The condition of AIIss Mary has been very grave,' a temperature of 104 continuing for several days. The brothers, Bdward and Tom, from the first had lighter attacks.. The ,^ser-vlcos of la trained nurse were"" obtained after the first few days. Dr. Wallwln, of Barons, is In attendance. Owing to the services of the oldest daughter, KUthleen, a graduate of the Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary,'having been requisitioned to nurse other 'flu cases, her whereabouts could not at first be ascertained, but finally she was summoned from North Edmonton and returned tf> the Ridge Saturday, COMPULSORY PHYSICAL EXAMINATION ADVOCATED v.LONDONt Dee. 10,-A Russian Mrli'elesB dispatch received here today, says that jon December 8 the j�rffIcial newspaper Ixvestia published a /decree of the ieouncll of pebple's/cemmissarles by, which the council's government recog-ntze* the independence of the republic {proclaimed by the Esthon-tan eounells. The decree says the Esthonlan councils are the supreme authority until a congress of people's commissaries of Es-fhonla Is held. OLYMPIC TO DOCK FRIDAY OTTAWA; Out., Dec, 10,-Major-Geneiral Mewburn this morning re-calved the following cablegram froin^ Sir Edward Kemp in regard to the aallSng of the Olympic: "Olympici left dock 1,30 p.m. 8th." Allowing five days for the trip, it is pi-obable therefor^ that the Olympic will dock. %t Halifax early on Friday. � CHICAGO, Dee, 10.-The high percentage of men rejected as physically unfit for military service was taken as a basis for a demand tbr compul' sory physical examination of school children and their compulsory physical training in an address today to the American Public Health Association by Dr, A, J, Nydger of Baltimore, Seventy per cent, of those examined under active service regulations were rejected, according tb his -figures, and 60 per cent, of those ejamined for the navy and volunteers forHhe army were likewise rejected. OTTAWA, Dee. 10,-The gov,/ ernment has decided to extend the regulations of the orders-ln-coun-cll granting the bonus to the civil service. As dlstingulslied from clerks, etc.; all employees, without regard to xhe nature of their work, who are paid on a monthly or yearly basis, would-be eligible for the. bonus of >160 In ' the case of o!ngle persons and $250 in the ' case of those married or with dependents! Cabinet Committee OTTAWA, Deo. 10,-The govfeni:-moat has appointed a sub-committee of the cabinet to administer the civil service bonus. At first it was decided that each/ member of the cabinet should be responsible for the application of the bonus to the employees of his own deijartnjent, but so many unforeseen difficulties and complexities cropped up that it was deemed ^ise to turn the matter over to a commission of the cabinet. It will be the duty of this commission to straighten out tangles and objections and diffldnlt-ies that have been encountered thus far in administering the bonus and it Is hoped that this step will in a large measure meet objections of the civil service federation. new mo^al drama' "Tho Unmarried Mother" at tU� Majestic last night. With society thu ,world over, agitated over the various? Ijlmsea of tlie social problem, with dlscuefilons on the question of lUegltlmato children rampant, and still, ^Ith no solution of the complex problem�/iti sight, it would do n lot to h^lp.solvfe the problems If more plays of the calibre ol "The Unmarried Mother" were brought before the pub-lie. Telling a^strong moral lesson in an entertainiiie and Instructive way, the play pleads that the legal gtigma of disgrace should be lifted from the innocent children. The play is a happy combination of lauXiter and tears, wit and romance, and interest in the Etory never flaigs till the fall of the last curtala; A capable company of excellent players Interpret the ^^rious roles, and the play is staged attractively. It will be repeated for the last time tonight, and Is well worth seelpg. COMPARE THESE At the followlog prices. They are delivered to your home|f='REe OF CHARGE. You do not have to figure on any extra charges for delivery. ,1 EMBARGO ON HOGS WASHINGTON, Dec. 10.-An embargo on hog shipments to the Union Stockyards, Chicago, until Thursday; was authorized today by the railroad administration. ' The Biggest Show you ever saw for the money.'Colonlali Theatre,.25c.-Ad. JOINS PENSION BOARD .OTTAWA, Dec. 8.-'Col, John T. C. Tbompson, K.C, D.8.O., has been appointed by the governnient tjp the vacancy on the board of pension com-ibissioners to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Col. Labatt. Col. Thompson. Tj'^ho Is a well-known resident of Ottawa and a lawyer of many years' standing, has bad distinguished service in tjje "War. NAVAL CADETS DIE ' \ TONIGOT AT 8.3a ' LAST TIME HERE , The Nev� Moral Drama � V I � 'Tbe4Jmnarried Mother' Prices \........ �1.00, 75c, We- AT THE COLONIAL. Another splendid sliow at the Colonial! , With what is assuredly the best program seen at the Colonial so far, the new bill offered last night at the Colonial proved to be one hundred per cent. good. As for the photoplay feature ''Tinsel'' In which beautiful Kitty Gordon is starring, It can be said without tear of contradiction that it is one of the finest productions of the season. The Vaudeville also }s right up to the mark. The headllner is the dramatic and musical comedy-drama sketch . "The Girl in thei Mask," In which Cecille Elliott rise* to new heights, Schaffer and Borde put on a new comedy singing and dancing act which made a hit. The orchestra, now under the direction of Maurice I^gg, is rapidly gaining in favor with music lovers. Special attention is.drawn to the Colonial,ad-vertlsemenf appearing today. AT THE MAJEsi'IC. "The Unmarried Mother" is a splendid moral drama. - i A .well pleased audience,witnessed the first presentations here of the AT STARLAND. Elsie Ferguson, the famous actress,' appearing In Artcraft pictures, chief among which were the phenomenally successful "Barbary Sheep," "The Rise of .Tennle Cushlag," "The Song of Songs," and "Roae of the World," will be seen ill her latest Artcraft picture, "The Lie," atStarland tomorrow awl 1'hursday. i Few pictures in which Miss Ferguson has thus far appeared, surpass "The " Lie" in point of human interest and distinct heart appeal. The theme embodies a great sacrifice made liy one sister,for another, to the end that the I family honor may not suffer. The scenes of the photoplay are laid in au old abbey in England and afford interesting glimpses of aristocratic countr>' life. It Is filled witli numerous thrilling dramatic incidents, not the least absorbing of which is the scene in which the sacrificing sister refuses to give up to its mother tlie child she has learned to love as her oiwn and for ynhose sake she lias suffered blt-tqr scandal and reproach. The picture is based upon the fam-i cus play by Henry Arthur Jones, the scenario having been written by Charles Malgne, author of many famous. pictures. The production Avas directed by J. Searlo Dawley. Jelly Powders, ^rt - 3 for.................. UUC Black Currant Jam, Wagstaff- ;:ch^""'........'.,..90'c Welch's Grapc Juice, medium size........... Raspberry Jam, Wagstaffes. No. 4 tins, eacli ............... "Bull Dog" Scouring OC^ Pcwder, Z tins for..... �iOQ> 50c staffes, 90c Call and SelectTcur Christinas Tree at once. A carload to select from at reasonable prices. Place your orders NOW for .Tap Oranges. Dfiily deliveries of Fresh Celery,' Cabbage, Turnips, Carrots and Parsnips. "George Washington" Instant Coffee-Small ...... Medium ................ Large.................. Donalco Chill Sauce, each ................... ' Ginger Wine Cordial, Quarts, each ........... Equal Egg, regular 50c, per tin .,....... .. 33o eoc 95o 30c 50c 38c Stanley himself, could that great ex- matter to dyo his body the proper AT THE EMPRESS. Four months were consumed by the National Film Corporation of America in filming "The Romance of Tar-zan," now drawing capacity crowds daily to the Empress theatre. Unusual expense and care was entailed in reproducmg the jungle atmosphere of the African Gold Coast, v,-hereln many  of tfle most thrilling Incidents of the big outdoor drama transpire. i A section of Southern California was for the time being transformed into a jungle that jnlght have been calcu-, lated to mislead the late Henry M. > plorer of the "dark continent" have been present to render judgment on the success of the fac-simlle. Several acres of real tropical jungle were located on the outskirts of San Diego, near the Mexican border, and here quarters were erected for tho seven hundred negroes used in the cannibal scenes, as well as great open, cages for the lions, tigers, leopards and crocodiles tliat share acting honors with Tarzan. Tantor, the huge African elephant, who takes such a prominent part in several of. the most thrilling episodes, was allowed to roam at large most of the time, as his intelligence and amenability to discipline entitled him to practically the same treatment accbrded a human beins- * Elmo Lincoln, who plays the part of Tarzan in the picture, needed no black walnut stain or other coloring hue of a man raised in the unroofed open. It is with much reluctance that the management hag been compelled to advance the price on this stupendous piet,ure. It is an out of the -way and very expensive proauction and, conso* quently, has to be played at the prlco fixed. The Empress aims at giving its patrons the very best. Tho rep| tion of the house stands on this. HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. - ;-._I__� OTTAWA, bee. lO.-^The naval de-l!iartmienit__abnounces that the following menmSrs of the Royal riaval Canadian Volunteer Reserve have died- in hospital: Percy A. Matlilas, Wint4-; peg; Alexander Cotter, > signal man; Vancouver; JohnBrown.^abla.se^min, Elgin, Man, � i BISHOP'S BROTHER GETS M:C. ; LONDON, Deo. 9.-Col. J. B. White, 'forestry; is'^gazetted brigadief. Rev. .C. A. Fallon, awarded the Military Cross, Is one of Bishop Fallon's two brothers serving the Canadians In Franco.  IJSe PRiyATE (QUARTERS AMSTERDAM, pec. 9.-^Britisli troops, according to a telegram from Cologne, have denlined to make use of the pjibllc buildings there Vl^ced at their disposal. They have occupied private quarters. ! iACRED SUNDAY EVlENING COLONIAL THEATRE NEXT SUNDAY EVENING SILVER COLLECTION " 'FOR SALE' WEDNESDAY-^THU^SDAY ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT ELSIE FERGUSON 1 . IN'' THE ur also : f "THOSE ATHLETIC GIRLS" PARAMOUNT-SENNETT COMEDY EMPRESS ^ TrONIGHT AND TOMORROW THE WONDERFUL PICTURE **Th# Romancejof Tarzan Mighty in its Dramatic Sweep-and Supreme Love Interest, Scene* and Incidents That Will Enthrall You. ADMISSION Adults ....V.:..:.L....... Soc (Including 2!, ,\ and Picture Show JFor 25c/Any Seat, Any Time/ \ ;