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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PECEMBEn LEtllBHinGK DAILY HERALD iVERBROOKNO FOR POLITICS Boaver speaking at a supper given to Albert president of thcr of Raid that ho regard himself almost as a man attached Mked tlie Union B wns not prepared In the future advocate ho sanio policies which he before tho Having naff a term In said I will tell you n t never bold public loo Iet me advise the ling men who urn coming to the ml to not seek political PAGE PtVK BOLSHEYIKI TRY II The Brunswick Phonograph Wo have been appointed Bruns i wick Agents for thin See advertisement elsewhere in todays COME IN AND SEE THE BRUNSWICK FOR YOURSELF We have a style to suit The Aitiniboia Music 315 6th Street Phone 1545 NBW Bolalic vlfcl trying to raise an army of to put down the conservative element In who they term 1m llaton formerly of the second Life Hussars and who left de clared on bin arrival today on tiTn After the recent slaying of a minister of the ho as the Reds 152 officers of the fortner Imperial Food Is The captain said that horse flash sells for 10 5 a pound amd black bread for 12 roubles ft when It can be obtain ed at WOULDNT HAVE member for IK In receipt of letter from Mew In which the minister of militia replies to the made liy the county council last week agulnst Can adian soldiers being to Muwbiirn points out that the force is being dispatched In fulfillment of an undertaking entered into with the Hritlsh The of Canada continues tho niUHt raise the Dominion In the cntcom of tlm flus Hlana and the will be foil in commerce between Canada and Siberia It may bo possible to withdraw the force in spring and In any case the term of enlistment is to exceed one year from tbn time peace if Digu ONLfDFtNCE form fir German crown prince at the out break of the revolution asked that ho be allowed to remain with his army as a but his request was ro according to the Deutsche tung of He then offered to re main as in comni6n but this also was After he was forbidden to join his the paper ho decided to go to HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond tor me nearest This is the Last Chance for you to get your Xmas Eats at Kirkbys We will give a special price on Xmas Cakes and for four days from Monday to December Xmas regular With Almond regular 80c With Plain regular Short regular Block Short regular special 45c Xmas Mince Meat regular special 50c All Puff regular special 40c All orders taken from 16th to 19th Goods delivered afternoon of 24th December for a deposit of half balance on NQ pHQNE ORDER8 KIRKBY THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Canada Food Board License 52386 Celebrate the Advent of Victory With A Victory Gift BUT TOYS ARE NOT THE ONLY GIFTS There is in an Infinity of different GIFT PRBSENTS from everybody to and for your inspection at The Twentieth Century Book Store 314 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE Tuck Baby Into A Mother Hubbard Shoe And He Can Take His Out inf in Comfort on the Snap piest Winters Day who la hote to address tils Canadian dinted today that the sohomo for demobilization ofCanadian was Inthe hands of who was endeavoring to work It Tito mat ter of bringing the troops home in units was a difficult aul complex Battalions wero mixed up with drafts from the authorities were doing ill limy could to moot the wishes of the mon them The general addud thai the1 aro now troops in Flanders or tlic remainder being in Troops from Britain were being brought home No decision had been raobed by the government regarding tho of the permanent force In Canada after the The only thing we have to go on is the Militia Act provides for ho He denied that the force would be presentation at the Colonial tonight of will mark the Intro ductionat the Colonial of the booking of a series of the worlds greatest film stars In their greatest produi Those wbo tiro to follow Miss will come In order thus Douglas Con stance Wlllinin Alice Pauline Stnrk and Marion Her Only Way to bo shown to features Norma Talmadgo In her salfl to bo even greater than any of her previous lato The Colonlul Ilayers will present an entire change offering the riotously funny musical farce Run ning for life had boon spent up to Sh sought by education to restrain mountaineers from their bloody Now lhman who wan a fend and to whom she had nnvriil ngly pivrn her heart was tlireatenod witii death by his Her life ining of gentleness and peace fell from She was a lioness defend ing her She aimed and fired rapidly and as tier fell one by onii she called her defiance like i true mountain Thrilling They say when they took this scene in mining Unr the splendld lure which bo Htarlnnd lo and tomorrow JClalnn had the tears streaming down nor 1 From hit moment even when I she becomes thedancehull favorite known an Carmen of tlift she bolferei is a traitor to her lovo and does thing in her power to defeat hii and The Hcenln effects or the prodtc both itv the town of SktgWBf and In tho onowhound mountain surround are truly Thorn Isnot a moment in the Nillru pMMrc that is not tense with aunpensa and replete with thrilling the there oncurw tho handtohand hattlH bolwoen two men which has even been reproduced on the The dif ferences between the Russian antiHoishevlkt leader in the Chika and Admiral i the supremo head of Omsk gov1 are rapidly being adjusted through the efforts of French and British diplomats and military cers and hetman of tho Ural Hemenoff has Interrupted telegraph and rail com munication between eastern and west ern Siberia for more than two Dutroff has a long tele gram to exhorting him in tho name of Cossack honor not to obstruct the passage of ammu nition and war He points out Semenoff has recog nized the form of government and does not oppose the but only Admiral says that he and all the other leaders have recognized the and expresses the liope that Seme noff will not permit the illustrious name of Hetman Semenoff to be pro nounced with a curse on our PRQSPECTTiHUGE SEVENTEEN LOST LIVES NEW members of the crew of the Brit ish steamship lost their lives when ship was Mink in a collision wtih the American steamer Hawaiian the latter pan of October u tho Strait of i was learned here today with the arrival of the The American ship leaving and tho British entering when the accident t AT THE Norma Talmadge at Colopial to No less a star than Norma lalmadgo will be seen at the Colonial Theatre tonight in her latest success Her Only produced by the Select Pictures under the di rection of Joseph The AT THE Daddy Long that delightfully refreshing comedy by Webster andstaged by Henry will be UK attraction tho Majestic Theatre on Friday and Saturday this will Saturday has been one of he greatest sin cesses produced In a number yiars and has toured the United Htatos for four duplicated success the Duke of Yorks Theatre In Ixn don and in the larger cities of Groat Britain and has been seen in Austral ia and the story concerns itself with the transition from a life of drudgery in an orphan through and to a place In the sun af a parent less girl whose revolt at the tyranny of tho aiipfliorltlea al the orphanage attracts the attention of tho youngold bache Remaining but shadow in her he sends her to She writes to hhn regularly and tin girl loves tlic shadowy man who has help ed her but whom she has never They meet and she then learns to j love the man in the not knowing that ho is her Daddy Long This wholesome play is abundantly supplied with the story never permits the interest to waver and the entire rSlosphero of piece clean and AT STAR Come in and get damn you The girl was kneollnp at tho door of tire little mountain In one hand she held a The other she shook with fist clenched at the feud isls who sought to enter and take the life of the man she She was dressed In the evening costume of the society folk among whom she had been born and witli whom her whole AT THE Carmen of the which will be the attraction at Rmpreas theatre for Iwo commencing lo is a the best screen denling with life in tho groat silences of the Northwest which has ever been The which Is thrilling and grip with suspense running through concerns tho adventures of Middle West vaudeville a part portrayed by Miss Clara Williams who deserts her theatrical career to go to the Klondike region of Alaska and seek her Cameron On the boat she meets Silk Me DonaUK who is famous for his Infamy In affairs with McDonald is attracted by her and asserts In a when she ignores that he will obtain her for his TUESDAY EVENING ONLY THE BRITISH NAVY Bight Heels of the Very Latest Pic tures of the Dont Miss Two and UNDER THE AUSPICES OF NAVY 35c and The larg est winter wheat ever grown in the history of Ltates is promised by the enormous acreage sown this acreage U al most II per larger than lst years and totals A crop of bushols or bushels more than the besl record is forecast the department of agriculture as winter wheat yield allowing for winter killing and sprins Iiast years crop OLYKCOT A SUB IN II B master of the transport I was today presented will a silver city of Halifax and a loving cfiip by the bourd of In returning Hayes de scribed how the Olympic cut tho U103 in two some months He said the lookout man saw the sub notified the and the giant liner through the Ger man craft without losing a revolution of her and with every man standing at his A WARNING NEW are not wanting those who will endeavor with both the subtlest and grossest means to destroy the mutual confidence established during the war between Great Britain and tfce United declared Sir Henry Babbington acting British high com in an address here last TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MATINEE FROM 2 TO 6 MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS STARTING MOST FASCINATING COMEDY OFTI1E DAY ELAINE HAMERSTE1N IN HER MAN AND HANDS SIXTH Af SO A GOOD LUKE COMEDY No need to roll the poor little mile un until he looks like a and Is so cramped it makes him Just slip on his ordinary outdoor put him Into the Mother Hub bard and there lio toasty ab solutely free from and plenty of room to ensure tree circulation of the ury tf the nuttag is to do htm This years modal lias hifli storm I If not proograble at your Fur niture or Dry Goods wrlta DEMAND PLEBISCITE state council of according to a dispatch from Vi has decided to send a note to all foreign governments de manding a plebiscite for the self determination of the populations of Moravia Jean Webster HENRY MILLER ALICE HAYNES as JUDY and a New York Cast and Nights 50o Saturday Matinee Orchestra 91 Entire Balcony 50o CARMEN AN EPIC OF SNOW BOUND ALASKA BIQGER AND BETTER THE SENSATIONAL THE FLAME OF THE YUKON Featuring Clara Williams EMPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW I NORMA TALMADGE HEP ONLY WAV I At the Colonial and Tues day night JOSEPH SCHENCK Presents NORMA TALMADGE IN HER ONLY WAY Norma Talmadges pictures are the best that the screen I Her Only Way is an I triumph forthis star of 1 many EXTRA VAUDEVILLE A RIOT OF FUN The Colonial Playera Present the Farcical Musical f Play RUNNING FOR OFFICE A NEW tHOW BRIMFUL OF NOVELTIES for the Big Double Show 10c A Bright We a for Christmas A SEASON TICKET FOR A WINTERS 4 Big Attractions 4 All For Only Farner Concert Company Big Musical Majestic Theatre Ttmtmw Night af Eight Single Tickets Irvin Cobb All Who Read the Saturday Ereninf Post Know He Will Be Here January The Schubert Sextette A Musical March Monta ville Flower Some Time in Get a Season Ticket This Week for From Members of the Girls at The or Miss Bent City HalL ALL FOR ONLY f ;