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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHUAY, DECEMBER TUB PAGE FIW The Listening Post Of Inlerut to Veleranj. Conducted by H, P, '-MtttlHin, 'vf.v i i Thc'piio tuft which pUiiiils-put- clcai'ly in coiiui'clUm jlnorb- jhu lin'd H'clllerrioiU, la tlmC there l.t fiti n( present avail- alrlc for es- 13 millions of the mosl'fertllCyauil acces- sible agricultural lands In the Domin- ion are allcrmlcd Irani public nwucr- lirjnt; lir 110? ol corjibratlojis and nalij. The oucBilou to how IHesp idle mires slutll po recovered 'for pub- lie uuy a bc- io our but we, flfi roturuuil BOldlcra, IiaVe-a very. deep Interest.In (lie scheme.which musL be cvolvnd for this purpose, the speeding up u[ whatever jirocbss may lie finally adopted, Our, eland, as u-Inrliavo fougllL for Ihls country, Is a very Elmplo one> .We claim Ihal n sufficiency of Ibo "slacker whkh have, been lying dormant in unproductive Idlciicsb, Kliiill tie thrown open for settlement, according lu Urn slutcj InUmilon ot Iho Govern nlcnl. In oriler that all veterans who tlusii-c to lako up termini; may lie cn- nlilcd to dojio with' some lioiiej of puc- cc63. In other worde, wo wljli lo see deal willi Canada's secondary crcnt Ilie land. scUlomc'iil lie uroufilil about' by airy '.sclicmo of laud atid u loim, are (he (liroc proTiucVj "Hio only territory upon re- quired In Alberta, snd Goulher'n Saikatchewin In the United State! and providing thr.t the oats purchased be'nat to the payment of duties. It Is estimated thzt three and one-half million buthcls of seed oaU will be required. OTTAWA, Hie civil service federation tli'j follovrlnB filatciurnt io< "The labor department a .saenicii eiou' ir pro.icjire j Iho (lurinj; jnonlh November of 23 strikes persona and involving of S'i "It may InUJrest the and Ilio government to kuon- lliat (In- djys lost hi a way dramaih- lo re- ceive monthly aiu-mlon of the labor department are innbiilily not lo MORE WORKERS' TOHO-S'TO, cable lo Ilir- nallonal council of Iho Y. M. A. advlscn (hat owing lo the o( the Itgil Trlanglo service on hoard the transports bringing (he Cjuadliin troops homo, Hie overscan uilnlitiT of lullllia In London lia.n authorized the appointment o[ rlghi' additional lepre- sentntlves for Oils work. AT THE MAJESTIC. "Daddy LOIIB i-cflii" will he; llie a'- tvacllon al.lhc Tlir-atre fur two duys en Friday Thlb cbarniliij; story In book rorni di li'Ehtc-il millions of rt'iiilnii ami ilien lluiiry .Miller dpcldnil that In il lime w; Iho Soldier Sellloment Act of ]01' put Inlo working order, nnd Its ralso'n il'clrc nctomidlshcd as net out iu llic ms preamble, ivlildi slates II lo be or doHara, yet It ha Act to asalst returned soldicrj scltllng leeu demEralcl.. from Ihe public ivlilcli paid for It. .Meanwhile. Ihe Soldier Settlement Act, enacted eeveral months subsequent to Hifs re- YARMOUTH, N.S.. Oec. Allen liner Corinthian has Just stranded on1 the northwest ol Brier (Gland, Steamers arc leaving here to 'go to her aBsislance, The Corinthian, which is a Ele.imer of tons net. was last reported as having Eailed from London on November 22 for St. John. upon Ilio laud, and to Increase uiturnl It la iucoricelvablo that further ex emptiou should bo sifTordetl lo Uio owners of Immense tracts of unused lauds, until such time as Llic labor jind energy ot surrounding settlers ha? "Increased Us value. If the (jovern- niont'9 dklunij that "foud will win the was really relieved by Us spon- sors, (L Is a iHicullar fact that', Ihe required amendments ID Ike Soldier fielllDuciit Act could not be maile ny. Many M'ldcr enacl- mciits have been ucrpelratcrt tlifs form of a number of at ttio very root of bum- llborly and privilege. Personal lib- erty that hitherto moat eacrel and Inviolable hurnLii right liaa not been port, cannot, be operatci. according -lo Ihe administrative lioaril, Ijuc.iUs-e no lands are available. Doliiiite promises have been maile llio Oovci'jimcnt tlint provision be made lor such veterans as deslrgU to lak'o farnilus. Tlic ereaL slnmbHiig block that prevents these' promises from IjL-inff kepi, ap- exempt In tlio process of n-cl power and resources of (lie nation Into the set purpose of victory. But ivhltc n policy of "work or right" has hceii adopted for Ihe manhood of Canada, nundrcd men, have beon ilraflcd1 Into tlie army as.a cou- sequonce of national necessity, no cbr- rfsiionding policy has beeu deviled to the very spci'ulhtive Inter- ests which have evrr been the curse ol Canada. TliB reluming nriuy; which, asalnst nil odds, lias so lailhfully nuil courag- eously uuheltl ttie IiigliR5l Interests ailil honor nf Canada, Is NOV.- looking lor BOKO signs of reciprocal Treatment, on the parl of the Government In this HOW MANY BEANS IN THE Thp Hudson's liaj- Co. Is gt riway a Victory Bouil ino nearest estlAste. bo contcmiilaled i tho itaye (usl Ju-nilnuic.s- here inoiilba Jliore, Ict- 1 down Ihal ahvaj.s fullow-s dlaaal- i oij tho purl of large Kroup ol employees. -Tlio (nnnnuuiicL1 of roitiJUlons that., niak-' .sutli tirlnKi i posdlblo Is all'tho HIIJIX- hurjjrjsiny when it Js HID tu.U of lost hi tbU way (nils utmost CLI- ilrely upon raihui' limn cmnloycr-s. I "If Hie fell civil servflritd Jiaa drcrcaEt'l ihelr actlviUc-s by only oiie-LWPnlteili ihirhig Uif nioiuh of unit (or brandies it lias LfjPit fit laorc Hourly uJie-fom tit, lljo meat should add -lays to llio days ubove muiiiioiietl. "In private employment, competition SYllh olliers wouW force Ihc-Kovern- consider llrf; ruinoval or the- ca'iw for so eerJous ,1 drjjii ihf) mljJic puchetboot. In public; cmploy- neut ivllh common sense. ir EI tjosirc lo follow llic llrititli lire- cci'.'ul of Diaklug tlip government tin: model employer slio'ild Ihe result." ysL-ollcnt (or u play ami arnmscil wlili llie aulli- lo draiiuittxc IL unti [Iw wlitr. accorded It is now hlsiory. TUB COLO.NJAL. The slidV at the Colonial "1'hc. toulh'ht will be out' uf Uifi licsl SuturJay night ulifjwa rjftp In LolhlirUsc at PojJU'iiL- in-ict t'lVenly-livc H'lits loi1 :iiJ scacs. 'i'hft Itlfi vauilevlllo fer.unv will Ihe merry fuice <-0iwdy Family Sllx-rp." In wblrli On life (Irauiii of Kentucky feud whlcJi'wj11 be fjtarluud on Mouduy uiul 'I' Lhc uf t' r llanuunrsteitij the Slie J'.i. Jim1 career in "The ,TIK] later played ihe load In "High Her p-T'-r-n Lurr-c-i- luj Ijeeii dlsllu- hulciic't. Sly was (featured with Kohori in Arcyli' CaHe." "A Modern Othr-llo" nod "Th.j Shi- slarrc-'l Iti "Tho "Tlor id her lat'.'.u jliLniiin-r.-itRin (s iUOit cIiBtinrt- ly Her fau- is la'i' Jigurp "nil ruiindeJ. As JuanlUi Ilollaitil, the wir-ty who (jufii into mnunlahi repious to i-ndv avor by Munutlcui in uplift the. stern rnosL slio md Mint Jitr tis cniiOts licr to le ie Ui3l of liio screc-n. .sho ably supporlcJ by Edwar-1 Coxon anr] un cxrolleul'ensI. "Cnriaeti of llic Klondike" Is a most unusual piclup! both ffnm llio view- pDlni of plot coufctrucllon and laipres- scenic tffe'jw. TbtTO sand ploJJU-s aAil rain 3torui3 and nfghl accues wblcli make It inieimclv tic. The proUuuLlon te lull of stirring, red-blooded ncflon from bcglnuloe to mil und (lie htijry ctirrloit an alrooa- phent ot adventure uuil big gamh.u for life, love ami ,and Ihe iiovrer lu possess which tastllli sjilrit of romance thai Imfi llioiisands of couref- eous men ami women loprmetvato Inau fur dcKcrl ('ountry ot Ibc roldtilRlit nun, Tho leading role Is porlrayeil by Miss Clara Fn a niaunci1 (but is bolli anrf Iho last tlnac UJP. cn- jiroductlon "For Iluabauda Only" featuring Mrs. Charlie Chaplin. ml "A i-luver AT TllK EMPUESS. Olio of llio intial gripping' Ji'aniLis rjf iho ami Hllonl looming wild aUIuii ;tnJ el'jry of iis senlnKs ia of the Klou-1 whlcli will lc trliQwii at in l mid dike I'layor.-i oxicl iholi previous linijircss theatre foi1 days, com- cfTuris. I intni'ltiB Munthiy, 'I'lici-c are three dfs- 'in ii Mu-1 tit'i-aclloH starlJIiiB HI (ho rraiifU X and Hcverly aiifl liit-ri- not n moment in rtie Il-ivnc will seen In tlu- ihrlllliiB (finirn -seven rtels ihui la not marked "1'iiltT teiislon of susptfiije. The icart. comedies, a wonderful aliovl drama "A mg role l.s played by C.hra Wuuiun ol Frame" ffciilurlns Nulxl-j-------------------------------------- inova. ami excellent njUEk will tom- lilele Hie Wll. N'or'tna. lo fbo Col- onial on 5n her T'.tti-.-i select liJcinrc "IK'i1 Only Way." AT Klaine Hannncriitelii, I'lii star of 'Her Man." Ihe thrilling irue-lo- (mporiant out further delay. is 1.0NDOX, Dec. morning's- London L-iprcsa llieir cordial to Wilson upon Iila arrlvt'.l in Ku.rayc. From ecneral llie Tiires pause's an earnest plea for cordial and I HE ting friendship helwepn Great llritbin ;tnil Ihe UnileJ Stales. It rcli'utts the notion wltich It E jys ls( so m Clinic s expressed in AmcriCA that Urcat Britain is out o( Qmrleni ide'is of progrejfc; is selfish and Ms approaching the CALGARY In thai spirit. MAY WEAR MASKS CALGMIV, Dec. weaving Greal Ili'iUin's aims in llie eas or masks, the Innoculatloii of Uiu Hie Times conlinaes, are no more people, and tlio carctul attenllon to Jelfish than Ihe Muni-Do Doclrlnp. "As ventilallon anil of street as llio v.-ishos ot tlic are care and all places or served ami lliere is safety iu Iiirlia, are the points ill tlic we should welcome America as one tlon pLisaeil at Hie' Wril ot lieahli of tlie executive trustees or iliu cun- on Vriday Bllenioan. anil aro science of il s' intended'for the belter beallli of city ot Calgary, Chiropractjc PROFESSION OF'THE HOUR" FOR MEN AND WOMEN Be of Chiropractic Informltlen ad Thtre are only ChfroprJctors In the limes tliat number are needed, For detailed Informltlan addreiE The National School Qf cKiro-' 'prjrtlc, 42M27 S. Athlind Bvd., Chicago, 111., or call on JUNE B. SMITH -1 CH1ROPRACTOH 903 S. LETHBHiuiiE, ALTA. WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET After repudiating, llic EUSReStion that'British nnvaliiin IF as tad (j'crmnn -tnilitarism, tUei Times payo; "U America cau n iVi which (he cau belter a tliily lu liberty would consider it all the more !jrj- t-ifiise it was advocaic-l liy 'her.'' RDgardius hints llifti Kngbud "is only in syuifathy wiiS of it explains: "Why, tlic very'idea us English. The paper concludes by again1 wel- coming Iho lie-cause he breathes a ol llbarly.from tlio neu- world and lie earner in t'.ic niosi useful, ii not Hie IIIREI difficult, roro of 'd kind friend. ji J THE LETHBR1DGE FOR THE WINTER SESSION SUNDAY, DEC. 15th AT STARLAND THEATRE, J.30 P.M. w: I MCHANAN, M. P. "DEVICES OF WAR IN TIMES OF ADMISSION FREE SINCE 18W. THE NORDHEIMER for IS years Canada': I'i-jno. Uprishls, Players, Crap.Js. Cash or TmiiE. Agents for Stelnway Pianos. Assiniboia Music Co. Ltd. 315 Slh Street's. Phone 1S41 COLONIAL BIGGEST SATURDAY NIGHT SHOW IN TOWN TONIGHT VAUDEVILLE AND PHOTOPLAYS ALL SEATS Children, 1Qc U G.W.V.A. SACRED SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT COLONIAL THEATRE NEXT SUNDAY EVENING SILVER COLLECTION' TUESDAY EVENING .ONLY; THE BRITISH NftVY Mght Reels of Iho Very Litest, Pic- tures ot the Navy. Don't Misu This. Two Sboivs; at 5.00 UNDER THE AUSPICES OF Triti NAVY LEAGUE. Admtlllcn, 3Se and 20c PARTICULAR WOMEN Who want the best in aHt, cleanliness and nourithing qvakities. insist on having Model Bakery Bread Phone 1175 and Have the Rig Call. v N. J. SCHWEITZER i-17M remove tlie or-1 STATIONERY AND BOOKS STAND OUT SUPREMELY A3 ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS in tLe m.itlcr D! selection Ibe books arc band picXed nnd-llio stationery Is ot exquisite design RIU! quality. The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 ATMIM Phone 613 OTTAWA, nnsnndcraluuQlng ilor lllie fooil board lias issued ii DleuicnUry statement. What Is iioiv'i jitrinitlcd for.ows: 1 j" II) MiinutacLurinE of icing sugar, j- (.2) Use of sugar in candy, fc'renc'i i pastry, cakes and lifecu.ts for pri-j vale use. Xnrmnl service of sugar in public eating places. Wlial will be permitted Jau-1 nary J: j (1) I'se of while granulated sugnri In brcnij-mnking. OL susar willinnl per-] mil, or coupon. I i (n) Uso' ot" tn trade wnnu-j I laclurc, canned pcocls. sireri j doughs, bread, cantly, choculntc! liroducls, lablu syrups anil llic medicinal preparations, beers. drinka, conilenseU milk nnd ice cream. What is still under rcsln'rtion: Use of beer, baiter nnrt "f.its. MOVING have oulgrown our aoj will move and fcj rcailf for buslneos Monday, peil at SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE will endeavor lo serve you belter wilh EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND IOOK BINDING EVERALL CRANKS Ave. and Phent 1107 NO AVASHY-SLOPPY PEACE ISsW LONDON. Dec, Auck- land GeddeF, who lait night at Andover, comparing the N-peace policies of Ihe Coalition government and tne Lab6r party, said the polivy of a strong peace advocated by -Mr- Lloyd George was contrasted by the policy oT a washy-sloppy, weak peace of Arthur Henderson. If the coun- try concluded a weak peace gen- erations lo come would repent the weakness with blood and tears. The government, said'Sir Auckland, would embark upon the housing scheme' in his- tory. Buy Your Xmas Tree Festoons ,Lamps Now A Befove-'our supply is exhausted, as we only have a limited supply left. We have a nice selection of Dininij _ Room Domes. Come early and make your selec- tion. A small deposit will hold them tor a week. WE ARE ALSO CONTRACTORS FOR THE ,ELECTB1CAL INSTALLATION W THE CAROSTVON TEMPLE, WHICH IS COST- INO OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS, AND THERE IS NO BETTER ELECTRICAL IN- STALLATION IN CANADA Star Electric Co. MAJESTIC NIGHTS STARTING FRIDAY, Dec. 20. MAT. SAT. timies Tonight PAULINE FREDERICK IN TOLSTOY'S "RESURRECTION" AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "THE COOK" THE VEHY FUNN1E6T TWO-He COMEDY EVER SHOWH IN LETHBBJDOE, MONDAY AND TUESDAY.MATIN.BB HENRY MILLER ALICE HAYNES as "JUDY" and a New York Cast, and- Produclion. Nights'...-. 75c, SOc Saturday Mitlnee: Orchestra 91; Entire Balcony'50c ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN "HERMAN" A MARVELOUS SIX-REEL PRODUC- TION OF KENTUCKY VENDETTA. AS WE HAVE ARRANGED TO SHOW. AN EIQHT FEEL PICTURE OF THE NAVY j TUESDAY EVENING, THE PERFOR- MANCE ON MONDAY WILL BE CON- TINUOUS FROM 1M TO 1.00 P.M., SO THAT EVERYONE WILL, BE ABLE TO SEE "HANDS'UP" WORLD STRIKE i FRANCISCO, Amalgamated AssocUtion of Jrorl. Tin Workers In the War- ren, Ohio, atcel district have sent an appeal iiial labor bor throughout the world patlicipale In R strike on belralf o( Thofias j.' Jlooney, beginning May 1( 1310, ihe International Workers' llctencel Uiaguo was informed here Io4ay. I COLONIAL .NEXT MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NORMA TALMADGE IN HER LATEST SELECT PICTURE "HER ONLY WAY" The Slory of 3 Girl'Wha Found "Her Only Way.'1 ALL or ANY SEATS' TIME 10BMA TALMADGE MtR I "For Husbands Only" SHOW OPENS AT 6.30 COME EARLY Cam MONDAY the ;