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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918 niE LETHBRffldC DAILY HER^Lp MONTRbXo, Dec. is.-Bauiaigo to the extent of $300,000 has nlreiiJy /l>eeii done In the city by rlotoi.'s .ana thievea. Thla^niorningpassfitl, ( jviul eiffortB wre being made to bring t.he strlkors .aniil the city's officials to-Ketlior for an arbitration of the quos-tions at Issue. Today It was explained tliat^ staits for all tliQ&fire st itiona will tie provided. TUe greatest ifllculty met Willi by t'.io city athnl'nlslratloii waa Lo procure ciiauffeufis for the giant motor live engines. , A nunibyr ot competent men have been found among tlie sotd-J'urfl, returned from Prance, r/ho wore (jonjDected with the motor trinsport eorvico there. Dit'lng the nig'it 21 >a;'rcbls were inade, most of them by the striking l>ollce, who caught men burglarizing stores. In the first 24 hours oi: the strike, 700 lal?e flre alarms were rung ill. Alderman Lairiferr� was injured last night while acting as a volunteer flre-luan. A flaming beam fell on his head. He was resetted from a dangerous position by his fellow volunteers. Chairman of the city administrative TORONTO; Dec. 13.-A Belfaflt, Ireland, cable to The Telegram today says: v^Troopa will he. cpiiMiied to ,bar-rockii in Ireland on Saturday in rcftdi-neSB to restrain the ardor ot hostile factious. The Unionists are confident everywhere./Sir Edward Carson Is holding three meetings daily In Belfast, AnU;lm and Down, meeting with great enthusiasm everywhere. There was a tremendous doinonstra-tiou in Ulster Hall last night during an laddres^ by him, and the Unionist candidates' pledge was again 'given never to subirtlt to home rule." GREAI WELCOME IlKESI Dec, r{-President AVll-son reached the :liart)or of "direst ou board tlie steamer George Washings attraotlon, the Coloiila! will present Fnincis X. ijtoshman and Beverly Bayiie in lhaa|tt "Un- der. SuMpfciran|^�^ Norma TafflfaBJI'Otiliic.s lo the Colonial on % going to call out the military simply liecause somebody was punched on the nose. The staff the city officials was able to'hire has been able to keep; the, their property The Greek deputies declared the ' following acts had been committed: The extermination ot one million Armenians, innocent men, women and children, and the confiscation ot Paris at 4 o'clock this afternoon. His progress from the pier to his train waS" ami&st a vociferous welcome from the throngs iu the streets. pumps providing the city's water supply lii operation.;,:;:^; This atternoQJii...X50 ^pldiei-s .fully; armed were sfatioiied'at. t.I the extermination of Ser wUh the plan?^ ^ � 250,000 Greek soldiers by hunger and A special,'iiieeting of the city coun-, cil will ibtirlieli'ithiB' afternoon hardship. 'Abolition of freedom of commerce the whole tr�ubie will be discussed, iaf^ despplling. of, the nation by A movementWas started,. this-mOrning, placing all! com^ In the hands to have the.aldermeu dedlire, a-strike 1�^ favored lurks.. ^ ' Severe treatment of the Arabs iwhich caused suffering In the Iled-Jaiz, Syria and JWesopotamia. PRISON f OR LIFE mOIER OESERIEO �wnNNIPEG, Dec. 13.-For the first time in the west, if not in Canada, a soldier has been sentenced to life imprisonment fo/ desertion. Pte. Dmitro, Gelenzin, No. 534387S, is the man. He is now serving his time at Stoney Mountain penitentiary. He was sent there on conclusion of the courtmartial, but^it was only on Thursday his sentence was confirmed by the Ottawa nuthorities. theme and Interest. It Is so different and has a,'charm of its own.' Mrs. Charlie Chaplin plays her part to a. nicety, and the artistic surroundings Of the picture are exceptional. "For Husbands Only" should not be raisseu. There is a great store ot pleasure .^waiting those who will see It. In addition to the big feature there is a host of other atlractious including recent Worlds Events, the officlal^Al-lied War Review, "Mutt and Jeff," and other comedy^, making up a big program of enjoyment. Tonight and tomorrow the performance will start promptly at ?.30, so that those who desire to visit the Carnival at the Park can do so after the first performance at the Empress. mm FRIDAY-AND SATURDAY PARAMOUNT pfCTURES PRESENT PAULINE FREDERICK IN tolstoy'S If the demand�:;�f ;,th.e pjAlce;and :the firemen woi'evii'Qt.g^anied. .' The Alberta cb.Urt of appeal holds that whiskey is not necessatyv' on a fishing trip and declsirQ that'Dr. Rose was evading the law in giving.^gler^j a prescription. WHEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES Sloan's Liniment scatters the consrestjpn and relieves pain A little; applied without rubbing, will penetrate immediately and rest and soothe the-nerves. � Sloan's Liniment is very effective in allaying external pains, strains, bruises, aches, stiff joints, sore muscles; lumbago, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges. J Keep a big bottle always on hand for family use. Made in Canada. Druggists everywhei-e. Sloan's HRGINA. Dec. 12.-Hon. W. K. Motherwell'9 letters to Premier Martin, which were read in tlie legislature gave as his reasons for resigning tAvo causes, the failure of the goverament to take action against the Union gov por sparkling comedy "pte murphy c.b." will touch-the spot ALSO Soldiers Have Happy Vehicle Vhrough Which to Delight Their Audiences. Every man who a,ppears in the brilliant comedy, "Private Murphy, C.B.," is a, war-sqarred /veteran. The author and actor of'the �prih; oipal pai-t, Sei-gt. George G. Git-tus, went across with Col. George MacDonaWs famous 12th Canadian Mounted Rifles, was transferred to the headquarters staff, and saw ac-' tive service in Fiiance. 'pia comp rades in the play were also comrades; in arms, and every one of them kept on going "over the top" until inck-^ pacitated. But they,do n-ot^seek�-to IN FATTY ARBUCKLE his latest and funniest 1f*ic*ure EMPRESS TONIGHT -TOMORROW MRS. CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN ' 'FOR HUSBtflDS ONlf' This is 1(4 Title, so WIVES, DON'T MISS IT A dramatio""lreat lor the whole family. Everybody ^liould See It, Clean and Strong. ALSO "MUTT AND JEFF" AND OTHER COMEDY AND ATTRACTIVE FEATURES, Tonight', and Tomorrow l|he Performanbe will start promptly at 6.30. p.m. �o'that those who desire to visit the Carnival at the Park can do so after the first , performance at the Empress. KIDDIES? SATURDAY p MATINEE .......^........ DC EMILY STEVENS Appearlns at the Colonial Tonight and Saturday in her latest ,scree)[ triumph, "Alias Mrs, Jessop." � � CHILD^^'S Sc MATINEE SATURDAY ernment, which he severely criticised ca:pitalize their war. They are ready' for its failure to repeal the War Times i ^-o 'Stand or fall on the merits of the Election act; to return to the western provinces their natural resources, and to evolve a practical scheme of land settlement for soldiers. The proposed measure of Hon. J. A. Calder he characterized as impossible. piece, and, let it be said promptly and emphiatically tliat there is not the slightest danger that they will fail. � I Their vehicle was kh'own last year as "The Volnnteer," and as citing figures to show that if even so ^^^^^"^ ""^"''H^ few as 10,000 men were settled in Sas-katchewan under the proposed plan, the province would tie saddled with a em Canada and the United States. Its scope lias been enlarged to include a love story, two charming nurses,, the right of self-government. l Pain 30^, 60c and $1.20 SINCE 1840 THE NORDHEIMER For 78 yeaFS Canada's leading Piano.Xprlghts, Players, Grands. , Cash or Terms. Agents for Stein way Pianos. , lisuiiboia Music Co. Ltd. 31s 6th Street s. Phone 1544 2-0 G.W,V.A. SACREI^ SUNDAY EVENING COLOlifiAL THEATRE NEXT SUNDAY EVENING � 'Kj,, SILVEh COLLECTION jifidvi/^ ttvSNY BEANS IN THE JAR? " Tha,-Hudeon's Bay Co. Is giving awa/^a flOQ.OO ViotOiy Bond for' the nearest- eetlmaie.' ., ' .."y ----.---J. flnanclal responsibility so vast that its wliose voices are as pleasing as their dependence on the federal government appearance, and a peace festival, in this regard would seriously menace I-Wit, humor, eong and incident 'abound. There is not a dull second. It is aotion, action, and more action, and the cui-tain. falls all too soon. Sergt. Gittus takes his {tndiences clear through the war, from the day the new recruit signs up until the celebra;tiou ot peace. Many stirring. phases of soldiers' lives are depicted, and'they are eminently-true to life, as they were prepared and are presented by actual soldiers. Barrack room scenes, trench scenes and - , � . 1 No Man's Land-all are reproduced WINNIPEG, Dec. 13.-Wesley Col-i vividly, and yet there i^ no' sein-lege, as^a result of the meeting of jjiaace of ^ morbid strain-tJie sol-, the board? of directors, is entering diei^g see only the funny side of on a. program of aggressive activity things, and \vith Murphy' as their A campaign for an added endowment, - rollicking guide, forever in a mess -of M00,00 is to be conducted,- 1100,000 of embarrasslDg and ludicrous � cir-of which has already been sub- omnstances, and forever extricating scribed by J. H.-'Aahdown,, chairnvan himself de\-terously and humorously., ot the board; of directors. All of the .theirs is an entertaining life. i old officers were ro-elected; the j "Pte., Murphy, C.B.," will be staged executive will be the. same, with the ; Decemiber 25_an'd 20 addition of Chief Justice Brown, of ^ . Regina. The board considered new charter, and the outline endorsed by the Methodist general conference was finally adopted. This calls for the creation of a senate to adininlster the ' academic work of the college, The charter will come before the Manl-toUft legislature next seaslion for ratification. NEXT MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WiPNEIIDAV NORMA TAtMADGE IN HER LATEST SELECT. PICTURE . ^'her^Ijnly The Story of a 6irl Who Found "Her Only Way." ALL OC- ANY SjeATS i&OC : > TIWE NDBMA^TALMADGr "HER ONLY WAY" ABrightldea A SEASON TICKET FOR A WINTER'S , ENTERTAINMENT. . AU For Only $3.QO What the Press Agents Say FINDLAY REMANDED VANCOUVER, Dec. 13.-Wal-ter E. FIndlay, former prohibition commlssl'oner for Britlslt Columbia; made a formal appearance before the county pol/ce magistrate this morning on an information charging him with the unlawful importation of. Ilqup.r into the province; The case was r* manded until nct Mondfiy morning, ball being centlnued at $2,bC0. The information ^S(Dme Time in April Get a Season Ticket This Week for These. From" Members df the Gurls' < Auxiliary, at The Herald,, or Miss Bent^ -ley, City HaU. ALL FOR ONLY $3.00  I- - V)' i I � '& ^ ti', % 13277284 7 7276 ;