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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 11, THE LETDBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVK COPENHAGEN, cording to raporti from Berlin the entente Intend to re- fute fotxittuHt to .Ger- many until a dtmand they are aald to havs mid. for the'diaeolulloli of and la'carrled out. The. the add, will rttarve rtuht to rnarch Into Germany. KIDNEYS WEAKENED SPANISH "FLU" AM Botml to their Femur Suit o( Health by H ooiftd. of litUri of wove It TOO been a to_Uie "Fin, "don't GIN .PILLS. GiT. Hill Slid SO Cents a Box. Sam Ktroiiu, ilaw Ciwaoeib Co. OF OAJUD4, INVITED I TccsniJJ, Out. OTTAWA, Dec. govern went lias under consideration tho fu turo c! tHo' Canadian permanent pull lary torcc. Ilo.'ore the war there wa a permf-nent force of somo col Utiiig ot garrisons at Halifax, Qui >ec KlnuBtun, Toronto, Winnipeg an IL 1ft proposal thai tni bhould be Increased to men, a hough later it may again be reduce o tlie pre-war basis. A federal po'ica force lias propoeed the director of publ safety, C. H. Caliaii, but. tlio plan han not been very favorably receive ana-II Is Intlmiteil that Mr. Calia will shortly retire. (lie po Hoc created he accepted It mo pirtlcularly (or the term of the wu KAISER WON'T MAKE ANY STATEMENT LONDON, Dec. Hohenjollern will not make any ifcUmervt aa to his efforts to pre- vent the outbreak of war in 1914, according to the Ameronnen cor- reipondent of the Exnrcjv'Jhe correspondent has finally succeed- ed In having submitted to Herr Hoheniollern question! as to his pacific altlturts before the war and Ml "lepi to prevent It.. COMMANDS COSSACKS Slice la I CaWu from John W.'Dafoo) I.OKDON, Dec. Canadian v.l.lch l8-hero to serve CP.nada'K interests in tho ad.iulmcnlB onseimenl upon peace, has heon en: aged thus far in essential prcltmlti- irlen. 'i'lie moat 'Important, of.tlwso lave to do. with ihe forthcoming inter- allied conference which Is to follow. It Is not poasllilo yet to make defln-i to announcements to what la Was arranged, but the Canadian public can j je assured that there will be rcpro- lentitlvenilrom Canada uimn all con- 'erencea or with: matters in which Canada's interests arc involved. Immigration llattent of Iraiulgrallon, including tho of de- pendents are Iwlng dealt with by lion. Arthur Slfton, Sir Edward Kemp and Colonel Blggar. Freedom, of the Seas Hon. C. J. Duherly is engaged in studying, Tor purposes of advising his the local and Internation- al aspects ol certain large questions that will come up at the conference.. among them' the proposed league of nations 'he suggested modifica- tion of the present status of sea war- fare- implied In the phrase of tho seas." The atrfcullural inter- ests ot Canada aro being looked after f I e0cy; blankets It luit a to wool 10 much .whit' puryl, larnt, ot Sunlight Soap It without rubbing, or wrenching the clolbei. wooderful .work a'Ter M well B clothes MTcr, Sunlijht nert wailt day and tee for yourself. 1PVBK BROTIIIiflS LIMITED TORONTO AT If you dcBlre'to grow, fat and live lons-lauisli jevery chance you gel.. Tha', Is tlie philosophy of Itoscoe (t'alty) ArbucMe, who will he BOOH in liin latest nilrtli-provoker, Cook." at the Starland Friday and Saturday, Kvery sccno of tills I'ara- mount production is filled wWi inc.- dcnts that are- guaranteed to grip anil make" you laugh uproariously. THE COLONIAL. The new policy at. tho Coloujal proved a big success last nleht, the theatro lielnK lllleil W capacity. Bvery item on-too was thoroushly enjoyed, especially the clever dram- atic sXelch, "The Girl In (be Mask, ably presented by Sllsi Ceclllo hlliolt fc Co The entlns vaudeville bill macle big hit with the audience. Tho photoplay feature, "Tinsel, in which beautiful Kitty tJordon i.i star- red Is one of the best seen hero for soina timo. I'lcnly of good comedies he shois-n at tho Kniprcfls ou Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday. It Is it dramatic treat for tlie whole family, and everybody who. will seo play will not help thoroughly enjoying it. 'ftit; management confidently ra- commt-uil H a rare treat. "For Only" is a Weber pj-orlm-iloii. Tills In itself I? a proclamation tit Its merit, and gives something the public cannot bo illKappoiutMl So thoso who. come .0 the Dmpiess to see IhU turn are bound 10 have what popu- laily called "a good llrae." Husbands Only" features Mil ilrcil Harris, who recently created a sensation In iho picture world by beccmliiK tin! of the renowned Chaplin. Come and be Intro dui'di to her. The acting ot Mildred Harris is larked by Hie same degree o( vlrll- ty the same liveliness as that of her list contributions wliicli have m-ado icr a universal favorite. Tho picture t-lean and strong. ligbt {or Hie last timo tlio .won- la lllll'l. i other Eiibjects filled the bill to perfection. The sumo great program will be re peated again for the las! times to Doug-. Fairbanks 'and- Korma Ta! wadgo .will I'o teen at Iho Colouia next week. AT THB'EMPllESS, "As tantalizlij'g as a you have it In a nutshell, and it well describes "For Husband.-; Only." to derfully magnificent and picture, "The Urmancc of Tarzan. Don't miss this cliaucc ot what you will not see again. BOBLone UNION MAOE OVERALLS SHIRTS i n Hoberieon, who is serving up- 1X3XDON, Dec. ll.-Grand Duke W food Nicholas NichoMvlch, ferrner com- V t are luander-itt-chlef ot the Russian la now in command ot a force ot Cossacks in Bouthern Russia, accord IDE to a HuBSiau wireless ceived hero today. His staff head- quarters Is at Kateriiiovka. station, loutheasl ot Ekiterlnoalar. lor me of the allied nation's durins the coming year and giving WATER USERS MEETING To Be Held at the Board of Trade Gait Stiuafe, 2.30 p.m. SATURDAY, Dec. 14th urns e such help as may. ho possible and de- sirable to the central peoples of Europe. Matters of Trade Trade matters arc the special con- cern of Messrs. Harrie, Jones anil K J. Young. 1 present Meeting to be lield under auspices ol the COALDALE-LETHBRIDGE WATER USERS ASSOCIATION. Telegraphic Briefs I We will present Three Gifts to Some: one on Christmas Eve Our-fine stock of; Chriitnuw OooUs xnS. prioei are Mucemcnt enouBl. to'trlM you to our .tore. W. for customers all over the oitj OT ana arc doing big Crilstruw .tocta: la ridlllon to ttl. betweon you will be islvea coop" J. tnlltling to one of tie folloTrin -Chrlstmai eve. Draw'will be made at elgnto'olook. THE FIRST NUMBER DRAWN WILL BE GIVEN.CHOICE OF: The BlqoMt in Our Window, with tyw and limbs, a beauty, Me it. It It worth tf.M. (or b) A Coaler very Pretty Doll BuB8y, wortJ (or b) A THIRD Stt of DilhM, wortH J1.2S; b) A BEING Q1VEN WITH EVERY SALE. OLANDER GENERAL HARDWARE AND TOYS 524 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH Throe hundred anil fifty thousand men will bo needed to man. the u. h. navy durine tlie coming year. Administrative ability 13 lacliiug and the unit force of tla WlnnlpeE flra deparlment weak and scatter- od over too city, so tliat any centroliz- control h very alflioill, acoorUug o staWenls made by Deputy Fire :ommlssiooef Aleiander Inch. Greek in Constantinople ave been prevented by the Turkish govemment from continuing ,thel elebratlon ol tlie signing of the arrnls Ice with Turkey, according to adylce caching tlie semiofficial Atlicn News Agency Tho Hungarian government -c Count Michael Karolyi will send mission to taris to explain to tli Hies the situation in Hungary accord ng to a Budapest dispatch to tb Neue ftcie Pressa ot Vienna. Fire supposed to have been cause by an orerturned-611 stove this afte threatened Camp Dlx. King Ferdinand -and Quoen Mar of Rumania were received when they mode their offlci entry' into Bucharest'on Dec. 3, a to advices reaching Maj.-Oen. James O. ot .t American Expeditionary ri Morris William's of Philidelphia. foVnier National lawn.tennis champion an4 'Capt. Fielding Robinson ol Nor- folk were decorated the French War Cross, Requichot of the French, That the six Calgary school board nurses drew double- pay nwiod of tho first influenia epidemic, oTe of them hlgli as 50 tor the month besides her reg- ular school Tward salary of a week, I was a surprising fact-which was vealei at the commissioner's session. The T. Baton Company ot Toronto, will on Feb. 1 commence in Moncton the construction of a reinforced con- crete building, 240 feet wide and 20 feet long. H vrill be six stories in I height. It is expected to he completed by the.middle of the summer The Sliding will be used as a diatribut HE ware house for the maritime provin- ces and employ between 500 of all outstanding con tracts for construction ot wooden ships "hare builders have not spent more nan on a snip has bcenjleter- mlried ipon by the shippiiiE Agency is ofticiullj Intor d that nothing is known officially m ondon about the T.ported.aMlcatlon t King Boris ot Bulgaria. The rei- nlnttnn there was xinsuccessful. United Stales steamship George Washington, with President Wilson and party aboard, changed ;its course after leaving the Ames and _wn ar- rive In Brest in advance of the tmw announced, according to a naval..... ess dispatch. The president n exoocted to reach Brest at ill o Friday morning, Instead throe o'clock ta the aflc.-no.oi.. Ho will leave lor Paris at 4 p.m. King George lias telegraphed Ihe LEAVING FINLAND WASHINGTON, Dec. cial advicet today through sdurcet aaid that the German army of'occupation leaving Finland, and that five .German steamers, heretofore at Petrograd, would be used to trans- port the soldiers home. A re- jort from Helslngfors said a Saxon regiment stationed there and a-real.ment of Uhlans at VI- Bora already had embarked for Germany. _ EL9IE. 'PBEJGUTON Tke TONIGHT AND TOMORROW "ARTCRAFT "PICTURES PRESENT ELSIE FERGUSON THE LIE' ut.-is.... to the taaie .body. Somllor Biscuit packed in the triftle-aealed striped to you crisp .fresh. 2j MortkVestBiscaitCo. IN ALSO IMPRESS THWRSDAY-FR1DAY-SAJURDAY A Big Dramatic Treat for the Whole Family Tor Husbands STARR1KG 'Mildred Harris (MRS. CHARLIE CHAPLIN) This is a Lois Weber production and tho fact jiwiis to 'As tantalizing as a wlok. Tonight-Romance of Tarzao YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THIS MAGNIFICENT AND REMARKABL'E PICTURE'. TOBACCO FOR THE BOYS "THOSE ATHLETIC GIRLS" PARAMOUNT-SENNETT COMEDY. AND PATHE LATEST WAR NEWS COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "FATTY" ARBUCKLE IN "THE COOK" Funnleat Yet. See it. Famous Old Recipe for Cough Syrup Thousands of honiewius IMC fonw Hut tbey can sive (our-tfthJ ot tna Illafc IPCT cm sale nionej tmnlly prepara- old recipe mating et.ujh ajrnp It 11 fcal rompt. ting et.u ple to ual for G.W.V.A. SACRED SUNDAY EVENWC CONCERT COLONIAL THEATRE NEXT SUNDAY EVENING SILVER COLLECTION (MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY) 'WILL PRESENT FOUR LITTLE PLAYS ENTITLED I'THE CHANGELING" -------By W. "THE COLLABORATORS" By Daisy MeGeoch "CINDERS" -.....By Uly Tmslev "THE PLAYGOERS" -v- By G. W. Paero JN l.i'u. MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday To rais< December 27th arid 28th funds to buy the hoys "Over There; i AdmisMon by Ticket Jo BUV A TICKET, write the name'of-tlie toldier on'tlie baok togeSicr with your own name, Land it In at tjie Theatre and yr.'ll do the rest He'll get a parcel. It you cannot attend the- toy a ticket and mail U Jo'Slr. Allan ,7th An. A. any lime prior to Dec. 27, and a parcel will go forward to the 5 tobacco will be MntTttinragh OversW, Club'and Mich BOc ticket --.vill secure 51-00 worth tobacco. .._ TICKETS ON SALF. AT At-L DRUG STORES It really it vi Rives relief, atopmaa: an TiA in t< ftourt or quncee of Fiau (50 ecnts OT any druajrlrt, It into BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST AND BEST SHOW IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY. MAT. DAILY NIGHTS ANY OCp SEAT 2 to.5 7 to 11 .ANY TIME AaAKTCBAFTPiciurc AT STARUAND TONIGHT AND gratitude for the never .failing Mnd- ness bestowed.upon these men. The s president sent a felicitioua re- view of the of savings stamps, sale-ol the old savinr ccrtiftcatcs has b.een suspend- ed The issue will take tne place of tlie old certillcntcs and will the general lines ol Vnile3 States war stamps. CALQARY SCHQOL BOARD CALGARY, Dec. following' were elected to the school board on the anal count: H. A. Sinnott, Jlrs. S. 0. Corse and Lt. Johncon. Brewers in New- York Stater cx- pecting early modification of the closing law, decide to keep their intact for some time. of the inrosv nnd rtiifi the pllepa, aeothn and heals the membranes, and gradually but Rirelv I the annojini, rtrolt, tickle dreade? I xiujjn a special and of gwujMJwnray pl.iji. cxtrjct, kaotm the world jvtr for iw healing effect on tte diMppoiMasBit jonr dnufriJt for r'iV4 witl fn'f directiosa aWt Iline else. to Tho Picn Co., Ton Vaudeville ALWAYS A BRIGHT, CLEAN VAUDEVILLE PERFORMANCE TONIGHT "The Qirl in the and Two Complete Shows Each Night. S'.arti 7.00 and 9.X COLONIAL NEW POLICY AN ENORMOUS SUCCESS Children, IQc MAT. DAILY 2 NIGHTS 7 to. 11 ANY OC. ANY SEAT fcjC TIME .PHOTO- PLAYS THE GREATEST" MONEY CAN BUY TONIGHT Kitty I" and Nsrina md Devj. Fail ud Get fte Best Seats. The sdy Thsatrt Towm Wkere Gtt the Kg VMierle and Picture SWw 25c, Seat, ;