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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 191fcf Tini LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE COPENHAGEN, D�c. 11.-Ac cording to r�porta from b�rlln the lentent;* governmients Intend to refute to tend'foodetuffa to -Qer-many tintii a demand they are aald to have mad* for the'diaaolutloh of the 'oldlora' and wdrkmen'a counclla la carried out. Th^ alliei, the reporto add, will reaerve the right to march Into Germany. KIDNEYS WEAKENED SPANISH "FLU" Afo Kettored to theit Former State of Health t7 KtDNCV* Hnndreda of iettert from all parte . of Canada prove thic ataertion. If TOa have been ^victim to the " Flo," dpn't besitete-takt GIN , PILLS. ^ Gin PUh Said Bvtrfwkiri. SO Casta � Box. or QUIADA, IjMITBD 443 ' I Toronto, Ont. FORCE CONS DEED OTTAWA, Bee. 11.-The government ha� under consideration the fu-tura of the'Canadian parmauont military f^roe. Before the war there was a permwient force of some 3,000, con-liHting of garrisons at Halifax, Quebec, KlDgrston, Toronto, Winnipeg and HwiulmBU. It li proposed that this should/be increased to 6,000 ^en, although later It may again be reduced to the pre-war basis. A federal police force lias been proposed by the director of public safety, C. H. C�h3n, but the plan liae not been very favorably received, and-It la Intimated that Mr. Cahati will shortly retire. When the position was created he accepted it more particularly for tlie term of the war. KAISER WON'T MAKE ANY STATEMENT LONDON, Dec. ' 11.-William Hohanzollern will not make any atattment aa to his efforts to prevent the outbreak of war in 1914, according to the Amerongen' correspondent of the Exnress. *7"he correspondent has finally succeeded in having submit.ed to Herr Hohenzollern questions as to his pacific attitucie before the war and his steps to prevent it.^ COMMANDS COSSACKS LONDON, Dec. ll.--Gra.ud Dulte Nicholas Nlcliolalvlcli, iBormer com-niander-ln-chlef of the Russian asmy, is now In command of ^ force of Cossacks In southern Russia, accord-lug to a Russian wireless meseage/received liere today. His staff beld-quartera Is at Katerinovka station, southeast of Ekaterinoslar. T MEETING To Be Held at the Board of Trade Bnading, Gait r Stuart, 2.30 p.iii." SATUJRDAY, Dec. 14th ' Organization of Districts under the IrrigaUon District Act to be considered. Mr. F. H. Peters, C^pimlssioner of Irrigation, to bo preBont. Meeting to be held under a-usploes of the COALDALE-LETHBRIDGE WATER USERS ASSOCIATION. (Special Cabl^ from John W. Dafoo) LONDON,^ Dec. 11.-The Canadian commission, wljlch Is-hero tO; s6rv>r Canada's interests In the adjustments consequent upon peace, haa been engaged tlius far In essential prellmin-ariea. The most Important of these have to do with the'.forthcoming Interallied conference which Is to follow.  t It is not possible yet to make definite aun'ouncements as to what Is belns lirranged, but the Canadian public can be assured that there will be ropro-sentatlves ffrom Canada upon all con-iferences or committees,dealing with matters In which CaWda's Interests are Involved. Jmmlgration ^ Matters of Immigration, including the transportation of � soldiers' dependents, are being dealt with by Hon. Arthur Slfton, Sir Edward Kemp and Colonel Blggar. Freedom (Of the Seas Hon. C. J. Doherty is engaged In studying, for purposes of advl3ln|g hla colleagues,* the legal and International aspects of certain large questions , that will come up at the conference, I among tliem'the proposed league of: nations and the suggested modiflcH- i tion of the present status of sea war-' �are> implied in the phrase 'freedom ,^ of the seas." The agricultural inter-'' ests of Canalia are being looked after ' by Dr. Robertson, who is serving upon the British and inter-allied food Committees which are making plans for the feeding of the allied nations during the coming year and giving such help as may- be possible and desirable to the central peoples of Europe. � Matters of Trade Trade matters are the special concern of- Messrs. Harris, Jones and R. J. Young. I Sndwr white fleecy blankets �u It ii ilMtriotio duty-nol�(� than anVaOooomio one-to maks. ol8'woollens lost as fongai'ppssiM to stake,'but-it rtally 'for prompt results.^ It has 'no et|'u*ji ivi pivw^iii. ^vbui'vb.i. takes right Hold of a:4muff)i and kWcb imtnediste relief, unillly: atopping an orJinarj couf^ In S4 hours or less. Get iyi ounces of Piaex (80 sents worth) from any drunlrt. veur it into a 16-01. bottle, and add plain aranulatsd soffar syrup to make Id ounees. If you prefer, use clariflcd molasaes, honey, or pA^&Ct, UDV V.Cl. ...VU V41.rit.WCQ, UUUCJ , Wl corn syrup, instead of ausar syrup. Either way, it taStes ^bod.Tceeps per feotW, and Isste a family a long time. �'It's truly astonisliing how quickly it UllU iniBVB bUO |IIL1CKU>,.'�UUVI1C9 HIIU.lttrKI the membranes, and Rradually but surely the anrioyih^ throat tipklo �nd dreaded oouKh disappear entirely. ' Kothin^. better for bronohitla, V�pasni6dlc croup, whoopins coup:h or bronchial asthma. Pinex u a special and'ihich''y ebnoen-trated compound of freniiine Kvrway pins extract, known the world' over for its' healintr effeist on the membranes. > Avoid disappointment by askinn yonr druffclsi for "2ounces or Pinez" with full'directions ana mi't accept any-thine else. Guaranteed to jrive absolute eaiisfaction or inpney promiHly nfimd�d. ThiB Pinex Co., " r -x . * MOTHER HUBBARD SHOE The nevr policy at tlie Coloi^fil proved a big success last night, the theatre bjilng filled to capacity. Every item on-^e )>rogram was thoroughly enjoyed, especially the clever dramatic sketch, "The Girl in the .Mask," ably presented by MlssCecilie Biliott & Co. The entire vaudeville bill made a big hit with the audience. Tho photoplay feature, "Tinsel," in which beautiful T^itty Gordon is starred. Is one of the best seen hero for soma time. Plenty of good comedies and other subjects filled the bill to perfection. The same great program will be repeated again for t!ie last times tonight.' Doug. Fairbanks and' Norma Tal-madge �wlil bo seen at the Colonial next Sveek. , s AT THE EMPRESS. "As tantalizing as -a wink"-there you have it in u nutshell, and it well describes "For Husbands Only," to be shown at tho Empress on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It is n dramatic treat for the whole famll^, and everybody who, will see tho play will not help thoroughly enjoying it. Thn manaKoment can confidently recommend it as a rare treat. "For Husbanda Only" is a Lqi.i Weber iirodnctioii. This in itself is a pnjclumntion of il.s merit, and gives something the public cannot be disappointed with. So those who come lo the Empress to flee this pic- i turo are bound to have what is' popularly (allod "a good time." ' > "For Husbands Only" features .Mildred Harris, wlio recently created a sensation in tho picture world by becflniiiig the wiln of tho renowned Charlie Chapliu. Come and be introduced to her. The acting of .Mildred Harris is marked by tlic same degree of virility, the same liveliness as that of her past conti-ibutions which have made her a universal favorite. The picture is clean and strong. Tonight lor the last time the .wonderfully magnificent and remarkaible picture, "The Romance of Tarzan." Don't miss tills cliauce of what you will not see again. Bob Lopg UNION MAD.E OVERALLS/ SHIRTS & GLOVES^ i�;'-TiLe Lie' ^ � � AnAKrCEAlTtor. :\ ' ;^ TONIGHT AND TOMORROW 'AlflTGRAFT PICTURES PRESEflT ELSIE FERGUSON "THOSE ATHLETIC GIRLS" PARAMOUNT-SENNETT COMEDY AND PATHE LATEST WAR NEW^ RM PRESS thursday-friday-saturday A Big Dramatic Treat for the Wliole Family 'For Husbands Only' STARRING lldred Harris (MRS. CHARLIE CHAPLIN) This is a Lois 'Weber produclion and tho fact speaks for �itself. * . 'As tantalizing as a wink. Tonight-Romance of Tarzan YOUR LAST CHANCE TO see THIS MAGNIFICENT AND 'rEMARKABL'e PICTURE'. TOBACCO FOR THE BOYS mm . COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "FATTX^ Arbuckle IN "the cook" The Funniest Yet. See it. G. W. V. A. sacred sunday evening COLONIAL THEATRE NEXT SUNDAY^ ' EVENING silver collection (MR. RICHARD filNCKS AND-PARTY) WILL PRESENT FOUR LITTLE PLAYS ENTITLED 'THE CHANGELING" - - - - - -By W. W. Jacobs ; "THE COLLABORATORS" - - - - By Daisy McGiocIt^ "CINDERS" - - - - - ^ - - - -.....By Lily Tinsley 'THE PLAYGOERS" - - - - - By G. W. Pinero / ^ IN THE '��'')' " ' ' MAJESTIC THEATRE December 27th and 28th To raise funds to buy ih^ poys ".Over There^' a present �Jt\Tobacoo; ' Admission by Ticket - - -.50 (Cents ^ack BUY A TICKET, write the name" of�the soldier on'the back., together with your own name, hand It In at the Theatre and we'll do the rept. He'll get a parcel. If you cannot attend the-performance ' buy a ticket anJ mail it tc^r. Allan McAlpln, 308 ,7th' Ave. A. So., any time,prior to Dec. 27, and a parcel will go forward to the boy you nape. ........... \ . The tobacco will be sent through the Overs'eaa Club and each 50c ticket .will secure $1.00-worth tobacco. BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST AND BEST SHOW IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY. MAT. DAILY  2 to 5 NIGHTS - ^ 7 to 11 ANY nc. ANY SE^T TIME always a siright, cleAi^ vaudeville , PERFORMANClt tonight "The Girl In ih* Mask" -and Othir.Aots., Two Complete Shows < Each Night. Starts -7.00 and 9.00 I COLONIAL NEW POUCY - AN ENORMOUS SUCCESS Chadren, 10c m mat. OAI1.y - 2 to S nights  . 7 tOiiM any " '^ny seat .fisiC time PHOTOl PLAYS the greatest (Productions money can buy TONIGHT , , , Kitty Qordtfn In TlnaelVl and Comodie^ Ga|or�i^,:f Coming Next Wtak-^| Norma T.'*lmada�.'�^"^*' '��^Douu- FalriMnka; Come Early and cWtli^^Best Seats. The only Theatre iii Town Where Yoap^ the Biff QoublelVaudeYiUe and Picture ShoW for 2Sc, Any Seat; Any Tiw-^^S 18969717 ;