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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .IFOR nuns [LONDON, Dec. Heaver- jook, EpeiiSIng ?.l a supper given to jr Albert.. Stanley, president 'at IW o[ trade, said thai ho regard- himself almoEt as' man attached tiio parly, ped (lie Union- Inil wu's not prepared in Hiii future advocate Iho same policy wlilch ho before tlio war. 1131: n term' In said fiord Deave'rhrook, "1 will tell you a never noid rmhllu dffico agiilii. l.el me advise (ho young men who lire comlgg to tlio 'front lo not seek political office. D.-V1IA' 1IEIUI-D PAGEFIVK reaeulalion at the Colonial loateht of Tatmadgc, will mark the inlro- NBW YOHK, liolslit'. vikl are trying to raise an army o! S.WW.OOO to put down the conservative element In Itussla, who they term Im- iierlallsts, Cupt. 1'latoii Oustlnoff, formerly of the second Uto Hussars aud who left I'etrograd, Oct. 30, de- clared his nrrival Iwlay on Ilic .Stockholm. After tin? recent claying ot a minister of tlie Interior, iio as- serled. the, Reds shot 162 officers of the fortnor imperial regime. Food is scarce. Tlie captain said that horse tleeh sells for 10 roubles a pound sad for VI roubles a uxif, when It can ho obtain- ed at all. JIA'Mll'TOX, Ont, I5ec. tiotdon C. Wlls'on, member for .is In rijcetp'l of a letter from, (Jen. Mew- burn, Jn which Hie' minister of militia replUa to the protest mado b'y. the county council .last week against. Can adian soldiers being Bent to Siberia Gen. [MeY.'burii points out that the force Is being dispatched In fulfillment of an undertaking entered- into will the lirltlsh The result of Canada iiaillclpat continues (bo'mlnister, 'must raise th lut, Dei-.'' tlewuuru, mlnlsleriot rallltla, who Is litre to address the'Canadian Club stated today: that l.he nchnino for the deraqbilizallon of Canadian troops In'tlie liaiids ot Gen. Ourrie, who wa endeavoring to wo'rk'lt out. The mat tor of bringing Ihe troops home I unilrf was a dlfnc'ujl and complex cm. mixed un with drafts from country, hut the -Auttiorilk-s were doins all they could to rncct ilia wishes of ilie men thorn- K'f'nton tl.o flu. selves. The general added that there S and ho Keel will be felt I ar3 now troops in I landers or Canada and .Siberia I Germany, the reraaimle.' belne in ucllon'at Colonial of Ihu tiie mountaineers from tlielr _.. t a ECrics of groalnsl OII.-IB. Sow num who was a feud llm stars In Iheir greatest nroduc- Thoie who nrc lo foliovV Miss 1'almadge, .will come lit ttis order lamed, thus: Uouglas Fairbanks, Cuu- Blanco Talniadgo, William S. Hart, Alice Urady, Pauline Stark and .Marlon )avles. i "Her Only to he shown to features Karma 'falmadge ii ,er (ulrl lo cvet .itf had been spent up to now. sine' From th-.t moment on, even wlicn had sought by education O restrain [she becomes the dance-ljall fivc-rlte ot ,'ader and to whom eho bad unwill- igly given her heart was threatened ill! dealh by his enemies, lief life raining of gentleness and peaci) fell K greater than any ot her previous late, successea. Tbe Colonial Players will prescn an entire change tonight, offering the riotously funny musical farce "I'-" utDg fur Offlit." Phonograph liave been opuolnted Bruns- AgenUi for this district. advertisonient elsewhere In today's paper. COME- IN THE BRUNSWICK FOR YOURSELF "We liavo a style to siilt you. The Assinibdia Music Co., Ltd. 315 etrt'sircet S. Phone 1545 ______ It Tiiay lie possible to withdraw Ibo tare In sprliiB and 'in' any caso thu. tprm of enlistment IB not to exceed one year from the time peace is sign- ed. COI'BNHAGHN'. Dec. lorm-1 er (Jcrman crown prince at the out- break ot fho revolution asked lhat ho he allowed to reinaln with 'his army as general, but. his request was ro- [used according to tho Deutsche tnng ot Berlin. He then offered lo re- main us a coinrooii soldier, but this also was rejected. After he was forbidden to, join Jus family, .the paper adds, ho decided to go lo Holland. HOW-MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's UaT Co. is giving away a (m.W .Victory Bond for me nearest "estimate. VLADIVOSTOK, Uec. lilt Buglaiid.' Troops from (Jrcat Britain n-evo being brought home now. No decision had been reached by the government regarding the strength ot Ihe permanent force In Canada after ilic war. The only thine we have to go on is tlie Militia Act inJ '.hat provides lor men, he said. He denied that the force wimld be SEVENTEEN LOST LIVES NBW YORK, fee. men, members of Ihe crew ol Ihe Brit- is'j steamship Larchgrovo. lost their AT THE MAJESTIC. "Daddy I.ons that delightfull refreshing comedy by Jean Webste and'stagcd by Henry Miller will be th I attraction al tlio Majestic Theatre o Friday aud Saturday week, wit Saturday maltuce. 11 has been oho of fte ereitust su cesses produced in a numbcrof yaar and has toured' till! United Klatcs tor tour years, duplicated that SUCMM the Duke of York's Thealie In Ixjn- don and In tba larger cilies of Great Hritaln nnd lias been seen in Austral- ia nnd the Orient. story concerns llself with the transition from a life ot drudgery in an rom her. Khe was a lioness delend- hcr She aimed anil fired apldlv and as her assailants fell one _y sbo called her dellanco 11V rue uiou'ita'.n wonwu. Tlirlllins? Most ilccidedlr. The) say that when they took this scene in Dining "Her Ihe splendid pic lure which will tw al Starhinu lo iighl uml louunrow Klaine llanimerstetn. ibe star, had the tear, streaming down her EMl'liESS, "i'avmen of the wliic will be tlie attraction at the Kmpres Iheatre for I wo days, wnnmtnclng t nlgbt, is without a doubt Ihe lies screen drnma wilb life in tlie srcat sllenc-es nt the N'oithvvcst which i has ever been prodiKeii. The slory. which Is thrilling and grip-1 ping, Vi'lth susper.BO running throngh-j out. concerns iiiu o'.r. Middle West vauiievllle favorite, a I part nortraved by Miss Clara Williams to laska, known as ot tho, she believes that Slewart s a traitor to her IOTO ami dues iloK in her power to defeat his almt nd success. The nconle- elfects o! the prixSno Ion, both lu the lonii of nd In tho snow-bound moutttalna thac urround it, are truly marvelous, i'bc'ro Is-, not a moment In the enllru pirturo that is not lense with suspense und replete with thrilltnf; A'. be climax, there OCCIIIB the most ferocious, raging, hand-to-hziid battl-i between livo men which has even been on the screeii. th ami who deserts her BO lo the Klondike region TUESDAY EVENING'ONLY. THE BRITISH NAVY and sock lier fiance, Cameron Stewart. On iho boat she meets "Silk Me IUIUUQM v.'iio is fiinlous for his infaniv lo a place In.the-sun a pictilres are Ire hest lhat the. screen shows. "Her Only is an- for" this slnr of successea. VAUDEVILLE A RIOT .OF FUN The Colonial, Preunttrie Farcical Muiicsf r- play RUNNING FOR OFFICE A NEW SHOW BRIMFUL OF NOVELTIES for the Bis Double Show 25c. Children.... 1uc Big Musical Event, Majestic -Theatre Tomorrow Nifkt tl Eight o'clock. Single Tkkeis Irvin S. Cbbh 1 x All Who Read the Saturday Evening Post Know Him. He Wffl Be Here January 30. The Schubert Sextette A Musical Treat, March 25. Montaville Flower Lechn-er, Some Time in AnriL Get a Season Tkket This Week for These. From Members of tke Girls' AnxuSary, at Tkc Herald, or Miss Beat- ley, City HalL ALL FOR ONLY ;