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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiE EIGHT TUB. I DATT.y TUESDAY, EAR UTAH. Decision Hesdied This .Council to Hrl it 'Aboal i v.-lMk-liesrU'dljr In favor of the speed- d'.sarmiiucnt. was forc- to conic to the that iibe .moment las not arrived when it 'would lie .possible to accomplish it. I. are ccatitries with" the most v 7 Powerful ..tu-Juauicnt-buiMing facilities vvhen'it is universal." of armaments b? the Bussing the re. ST5h limitation clause omrfendatlon In the report regarding the checking of the growth of arma- Jted after it had been .meats, said he bad no doubt of the m acceptance- by Britain of (he proposal to. spend, no more on armament for Act nejt rears than she did last Dec. agreement year.- 1s an said George N. It tmi i Barnes of .the British delegation, who is contemplated in the League of .-Jfa-; followed" Mr. Fisher, "is the real acid ii rnraaient as of the success bt tho Lcasue of emeaoy the disarmament commiitea; Nations.' I.resrct that'there is iu. todays, session of the assembly: ro !-renr-cu> declaration: !C3sa8 th'-1 'biiotlessnaibblB and more to uiiderlaise tut bringing Mont piack" then visually F GOVERPlifflEfiAL'SBODYGUMD, conii Col. The senior officers of the reorganized Governor General's bodyguard, left to right: Major A. E. Taylor souodrou commander. id Li, J.i7UHl.lL VIT.UallV _ of an Internuironalij] the committee al n :St he was the owner of the largest lYvnsliop in tho "There aro toiistuui streams of mers coming vrith clothing, furniture, S upon which to 5 T; two failures duo t to Epsom Salts, rain. The estimated nu far- la those'hqro at' fi ur6. i conference. Chinese -Siriiie'Although- Leave Women and Cmldren Behind Go in Search of Work Food. PEKING; Oct. li.-Oholera Is adding a .Journey.by cart between two railway to tho general distress in Uie famine aro believed to be typical, of, those, generally existing thrqugbput large areas in the province "of'Gh'ihlii'Shlmtung, Honan and Slian- found Indescribable misery and stuieal'f.icing.ot starvation by millions of-people stricken district where, from 000 to people are facing .death by starvation. The Associated Press correspondent, recently, travelled through the heart of the. territory most, seriously denuded of food, found conditions even mcye desperate, .tljan had been indicat- ed by information previously received lore. In of Hwsi-an where there 100 had died of .cholera'and reports' ore common'froin various other districts. The presented to the eye of the-correspindent was a dismal ons; the soil bawcn as In mid-winter, prices of those hav- ing" more money" or' the people living on a. diet of wee'ds, chaff, thistles "and leaves; children, especi- ally little gnls, offered for sale at the _ average price of the small Chinese iriulej cholera' from underfeeding, "sui- cides of individuals in extreme de- spair old women and child-en glean Ing patches of weeds men with no work to do and clusters of refngees living in the shelter of temples in market towns v t Worse To Come. Information obtained bv the coiree poudent indicated that the present suffering is only a forecast of that to eomo in eigal or ten when tho real crisis will arrive Conditions m the belt be traversed in (heir children where possible, ijrjleav-i Ing them whero there is hope that thoy may bo ho said.' :Chaff and the residue from cotton] 'seed oil has been extracted have become valuable beyond the! reach of tho average person; who ex- ists on a v.-atcry'cbricoc'tio'n chiefly of (eaves and perhaps a of grain, and a sort of caVe, if ho. is affluent enough, mnd_e out of the cbtlou-sed waste. two crop failures duo to the la'clc of irriber of.Uhosb Trom 35 40 minimum. par BOtil.together is; ono. d.oUa a. in? n t i means of cohie frdur "Outsido i_spurces' neSt' fow months 'or multitudos.must perisli.' The Chl- coming forward with large _ sums. Committees are-befog formed .Chinese and foreigners will .fhe-maguitude'-ot the tasK.of missionaries and'relief 'vork- iriay; pest' be uuderstood when it Tjlif-: cia utii.v.fjest OB unuerstoou wnen it Dill; ProyirJcs" That Man Is remembered there is a population Own A'dmissions Dec. legislative assembly today commenced clearing vast.area affected, the people so scat .lered, the situation so desperate- that the famine relief 'will be most diffi- and dangerous. Hundreds of liy act, kbera being with the father, mother and'the throe really .'naming it the Five Everetts. They offer a pleasing singing and talk.-: lug act. "The kiddles are very clever. Edie Coe, a comedian who Is surely a ome musician also created almost a- rial last night, being vociferously en-i cored again and again. plays some great selectlons7on the trombone and saxaphone and Chapman offer a novel acrobatic fcodge-prtjge entitled "Watch The shloh weat oier nicely. pictures and excellent music rouid out the sbor will be re- pealed tonight forMhe times.' 5EAU.Tl.FUL AND DRAMATIC MOVEMENTS IN EVANGELINE" AT THE COLONIAL ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY When the first glknswe Is givey oft the tbe murmuring j fines and the hemlocks" When the HlUe village of Graad-Pre Is screened; When children pause In ttjoir play as the parish priest comes the .street.' -Is "when she bid passed If'sccmcd'lito the'ceasing1 of exquisite When Ei-angellne a'nd Cabrtel'pUght tlielr trptijJVr -v--.- I ro jji.l; governor, .Charles journeys here and the.ro with other eilles In 'a rieTer-falterms search for Gabriel.. When Evangeline refuses all tuliors, saying "Whither my he.art has'gone, there follows, my hiad. ind'not eUo- j: t Us' i, Woe a Cabrtel Eieale.awiy from Us Louisiana home to stifle his heart- break, In wagon train are attacked by lidUns. When Evangelme'becc.mes a Sister of Mery. When GTangellne and Gabriel at last aro In a pestilence hos- pital. ,_, .tHS'galety 'as'-') ;cinbled .wedding..1 i When Brangellne and Gabriel aro; separated; as" the actual deportation begins. r of Grand-Pre !sl burned. .i I When, without hook, they bury I the father of Eyangellne on-the beach, i When Gabrleiand.his father find perity. inUha southern' Savannas. AVheri EVangeiinD, ny today commenced clearing! lo-ncccDTcn -nlbu fXfK r matters the bulk- bf winter. Death lurks ev-" IU ULULlU LU the work will be completed when f peoulo .u-ho nlready had disposed f saleable and saw in the shopkeepers beared, are Closing but death futufejdothins but death. the. frost will have killed the ieayes..and weeds there literally nothing'io.'eal for at leasPjialf-: tile popuiailon.' O'ne oui of Up Their Places of Business CORK, Dee. -tv i fusillade of rifle shots itSr raorntas ipt for a heavy early this tho popula- by ahvas's met in lhe wate ot resolved'itself into a committee: tor tbo of .the after hearing tho' Rell-et funl1- fs Thomas Hum- ports of tha" committee on public aV' Lancaster building, Cat- counts, and1 printing.' _ Four bills', ah-act to amend act, say si i meas .muiueiirnis aun prevent i Simple Phosphate Supplies 'IS Strength and Energy Build- Elements' that Modern Foods Lack. admiss on he act respecting compensation for fatal accidents gives power for people to put in a claim for compen for damages "iri tho case': d( persons lillfil In generil, the net o of ,n mb rcitner of people adheres to this rule vitlim six months after Jnst one or two little tablets'bf real o-ganic pliosiibate dispensed in drug under the uamb bf Bitro-Phos- pbate taKeii with each meal is prob- ablv just what you need to cause you hrt Ihl typical ex m nlht t (0 ft exc.udcs from foods phob- imonis ind that is why 40 per cent, ot women" today are'nervous, exciimcs irom IUUL .a wny iy per cent, ot >r standard provisions ot thd act as regards men and women" today are'nervous, operate "tc pecial picture ma and run-down. DItrp-Hiospliate i h ol1 res tbosd used in pnvite ls safe to take land J. p. Hlglnbotbam sera in (Khrd where bears this inscription tomb !jiou purposes Here lyeth John Crocker a malcr of bellows; He's crafts-masted and -king ot good- fellows .Yet when he came-to the hour Ho that made bellows could not make bjcsth. An epitaph in a Cornish" church- yard tells us quaintly: His end was i He was run over by a 'biis.' From comes this one: In grave you see before 'b Lies berried up a desmal A young maiden, she was crossed in love, And lookcn to the-realm Co I united, or any good "'druggist can supply it at reasonable cost. FURTHER FACTS ABOUT THE FAMINE IN HONAN The'Canadian Presbyterian Mission Is In tha centre oj, famine resioii and from.report3 to hand the situa- tion is appalling. A cqnferciice of tho missionaries has Jieen :held to discuss w.iys and means relieving the ier- Am'ohg them were ribie situation. tho Special -schools to be .ensued for j young people, aid for boys anti-girls now in school, indus- trial schools, Irrigation work, roail i building, supplying seed wheat. Tho i chief point was the desperate need for funds ia relieve those who ,wnuld othersviso die and to buy seed will 'SEE 'HER'AT THE EMPRESS. NOW PLAYING But he thai crossed her, I .sliouldjwheat. The time T, Eay'. Boon pasl unless immediate B0 l 'hor relief Is'given no harvest can bo eye; to chance, reaped next Juno. This would be a advertising. This example Is to': iioi s seen In tho church nt Ontario s Purchasing Agent Eeneattulhis stonu.ln hope of ZIon. Ia laid the 1 ami lord of "The Resigned unto tho Heavenly keeps !on -the business stlii: Very mystifying is tho Inscription, "A. virtues woman is 6- (o her 'hiis- to be found on a In a churchyarrl in l.cish, until it is explained that ni.ice prevented (be word "a crown" liclng cut'In full. Tho sloneniUor therefore put a'rgti- Ing lhat H.waa to a crown. from Canterbury'we have an' ample written by a sorrowing widow- er: i Of children she boro1 Thank the Lord 'there will bo no morn. An inscription on an old tomb- stone in the churchyard of Winches- point} a moral In "nn amusing manner. It reads: iii pefce a irhinpehlro grcn'aiHer.. v JIb.catisht bin death by drinking cold beer. THEATRE ON Soldiers, bewaro from Ills lintim'nly And'; wficni jT.u'Jc ilHnfe'f strong or nono'nt all. Anil them Is a -.varnlnf! in this one frotn Here lies I two All nf tiilsi tha NOW PLAYING "THE MOONRIDERS" (Gih Episode) SNUB.P.OLt-ARD COMEDY CITIZENS: We wish to announce that; tho' i Theatre should have played Tom Mooro in "The Great Ac- bu'ron .account-of this film belKJ we" were bring. ft n tancc by car In order to gel a Tom Moore picture, which. Is "STOP THIEFI" COMING TOMORROW "THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL" arltsnn .fitmes, who is to :i Ontario Special Feature Photoplay WANDA S: HOBBS" .Priznia Coloroscope- Islands" PRICEJ5: 60c Children EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow THE PICTURES YOU WILL 'ALWAYS REMEMBER SAGEBRUSHEB ttrdxitv EDIKDDaOMNI The story of dreat feith, BIG MOMENTS; THE TER- RIFIC EXPLOSION; THE BURSTING OF DAM; THE; MAD STRUGGLE '.FOR LIFE AND WILD -FOREST FIRES., YOU WILL GASP .FOR BREATH; V WHILE THESE 'STIRRING SCENES FLASHED SILVER tNf ERWOVEN-WITH STORY EVER 'TOtD. Never goers of more thrilling play offend; usual Do" yo'ureelf to see It. You won't" LATEST .topic DAY tin.- .aii, And SMILING'BILL PARSONS in hit, newest 2 act comedy MIRIAM CObPErVAS .One of the Screen's Host Beautiful Ccmedy Feature SCREEN 'CONCERT ;