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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER it TOE DAILY 11KB ALP PAGE WVE uneasi ness foil among who coft tend the present demonllleatlon pltni ure entirely too said former qquartermaster reneral of the Canadian forces and recently chief of staff of the British telnlitry of who reached Mothers Tour little OM wMt If Its full of Ossoarets set things rlfht When kiddles fcMgnss tun They bring relief and joy To uonstlpetsd girl or Children think them daady Thty are mild catbartio Children gladly take Casearetf wntfi te taste like If TOUT child haa a tainted coated iongue or Caieareta M dirccttdl on each 10 cent Tien 4on6 Cascarets work like a lmrm and can not harm the tender little liver and Montreal today frem At present are approximate ly Canadian soldiers with from between and soldiers making a total said Mc It is understood Che demobilization plans contemplate the transportation of soldiers a month for the next two months and follow Ing together with dependents a It be readily after makingdue allowance for loss of time In the troop move ment will not much exceed a month so that it will roughly require one year to take home the soldiers and their i and It may be expected that some Can adians will not be fortunate enough lo enjoy their Christmas next year lu I The United States government is arranging to bring home a H is understood that the British government has volunteered to furnish transportation for a day or a This doubtless could be Increased If So far as ocean transportation Is concerned it Is easily possible to demobilize all Canadian soldiers dependents in the nest eight Dont Want to Stay soldiers who hare en listed for the duration of the war wil not be content to remain in Great Brltian and France for the next i use of all ports avail It would appear possible to han dle much more than a Transportation of soldiers In Can aita would appear to lack the aid of a transportation There should be many Unless our soldiers and dependents overseas are returned much dissatisfaction must be If not among their relations In Can at least among It is felt overseas that Canadians should not be called upon to da police but It should bereft to the who have experienced few casualties In the war and to other nations who necessarily must standing GILLETTS LYE In She I tnlfRii from them In fvcato tho iu CUANSWSINrK1SUSCD FOR SOFTENING MAKING NMD AMD SOFT DIRECTIONS WITH EACH HOW MANY BEAN8 IN TMt JART Bay la giving Victory Bond foJ the nearest The Itudso away a Dissatisfaction among soldUrs OT Is bound to breed a spirit or Blshevism and that Is something which we dont want under any cir cumstances in said and is something that Can ada must prevent at any Domestic liquidation faces thous and of Canadian soldiers families This is the Last Chance for you to get your Xmas Eats at Kirkbys We will give price on Xmas Cakes and for four days from Monday to December Xmas regular 50c With Almond regular With Plain regular 50c SKort regular special 40c Block Short regular special 45c Xmas Mince Meat regular special 50c All Puff regular All orders taken from 1Mb to life Qooda delivered afternoon for a dtpoiH of half balance on fHHm THIRD AV1NUB Canada Food Buy Your Chi Festoons Lamps Now Before our supply Is as only have a supply We have a selection of Dining Come early and make your A small deposit will hold thelwerareWaTso contractors for the elsctrioa iuttllation il Oardston which Is costing over one million and there is no better elecUlcal installation in STAR ELpCTRIC nm wituB now in The situation ns regards tho Can adian soldier Is much by the fact that there are soldiers dependents who must return to Can Responsible Tho Canadian not withstanding that the matter ear ly called to their attention by permit ting soldiers dependents to proceed overseas are largely for the problem they now have to deal Cant Buy Passage Many thousands of these soldiers dependents now In Kngland are unable to return home owing to tho hick of funds to pay their Other Do minions have arranged for free nice of their soldiers I he British government undertakes the entire of ocean and rail trans portation of all munition workers from the Dominions and their wives and children It has been evident for 12 months soldiers families must be BSH sl ed to return to Canada in the end the Canadian government must come to the rescue and pay the full cost ot Including It Is interesting to know that ap proximately of the soldiers de pendents now in England have never that the present demobilization scheme lent itself to all sorts of wire pulling and favorit ism He favored bringing home the men in units with their flags flying and ta3jnffiin Canadas present personnel of permanent forces fake claimed who general feeling among the forces overHeas Is that so many offi cers and men are returning that all available positions and appointments should be given to men who have re cently seen active service overseas and who have no position awaiting them In Canada upon their Officers wlio have not served over seas still continue as conducting offi cers on transport natur lally thev have not the respect of the and consequently can not keep Any number ot re turned veterans would welcome such I Returned men must he given and many men now hold these positions and who failed to make good overseas must step aside and make room for the returned sel he BELGIUMS DELEGATION BelI gian government announces that Its delegation to the peace con ference will be composed of PCul minister of foreign af and former minister In London Emll min ister of justice and Socialist and Bartn van den Heu vel Belgian minltter at the Vati can and formsr minister of jus COALITION CANDIDATES WIN Lord Hugh Cecil and Rowland the Coalition candi dates were today declared elect ad for the Oxford University seat In the house of The voting stood Lord Hugh Mr 2 548 Prof Gilbert Lib 812 COMPULSORY UNION LAWS cussing state labor Gov ernorElect Thomas of at the governors con ference here today recommended that all atates enact compulsory union laws to minimize strikes and labor A FINE GIFT Carruthers grain today gave the Montreal Childrens Memorial Hospital EXPULSION OF GERMANS dian via ingPremier Watt stated In the house of representatives that the Commonwealth of Australia would act In close cpoperction with the Imperial government re garding the expulsion of Ger BOLSHEVIK DEFEATED feat of Russian Bolshevlki with a loss of prisoners and 20 by the Don Cossacks In the Vorowesj was re ported in a dispatch today to the state I Theatregdert ot Lethbrldge will be pleased to hear that manager of the ban arrangements for a return tliln win tor the faitoua Han Carlo Grand Opera which created such a splendid impression here last win 1 ter In Uicla de The company will In January for a threenight and Brown expects a very largo number ot people from outsldo for the The company is travelling through west ern Canada and is receiving the greatest1 encouragement in all the larger The appearance of the 9an Carlo Company here Isst winter wss the flnst to stage grand opera in and the very noted success on occasion has encouraged Brown to bring the company back GREAT FEATURE AT THE EMPRESS Carmen of the Klondike is a j unusual written by Monte I and will he shown at the Bmpress Theatre for the last The which is replete with tense dramatic and stirring j keyed with Is laid In the Klondike mountains of I Alaska during the days of the gold 1 Miss Williams plays tho part iof Dorothy former vaude I vllle wno is daring the wilds of the north to join her who is striving to make the profession of attorney thrive In the settlement town of where laws are made and broken by the brutal strength of At the opening of the story Dorothy meets on the boot to Alaska Silk a dance hall owner and DO NOT MIM THE PATRIOTIC PHOTOPLAY FOR LIBERTY country aha meets him si ml tlifiro IK surprise point which roms ns o shock to both nnd Dorothy Tho Hlmnx Khortly follows tills and Is ouo of the strongest which hap evor beon uacrt In a drama of tho Also latent Current Kvents nnd n brand new tworeel featuring tho funniest Chinaman In the AT THE Weil may the management of thn Colonial Theatre fuel proud thom selves over their presMHRtion the Colonial last night of the Select Her Only In wnlch Xorma Talmadge is for it poBltively without question one of the most magnificent photoplays ever brought to this or any other Marvelous superb wonderful a heartgripping above superlative art of Miss all make Her Only Way a picture long to bo re In keeping with policy of HIP the big vaudovlllo show and feature films were at regu lar The same wonderful show will be repeated again tonight and with the usual daily mati Douglas Fairbanks conies to the Colonial Thursday in his latest The Half AT THE Alice who will he soon in the role of Judy when Daddy Long Legs comes to the Ma jestic Friday and Saturday this has had an enviable record behind the footlights crowded into compara tively few Her first important engagement was ns in Klaw nnd Krlangers production of Ben which she played for several and was part of Chow in their elaborate production of The Yellow Last neasdil she ciiinc under thn in one of tho I iUd sioaioi Die of Ruth h ill1 lending vcde of Out of was a o rnnisinoo iml epidemic brings Mivs Iliiynes lirvk lo nd part of The in I the leeeni niiirriatfi1 ei lOdnu who had pliiyeil volo I in the and hitv Ing the tour of Como of the Kitcihun to a clos c in New AT Tin tlioiiHniiils of nf lc lightful Ahtreuorilp havi seen her Huh will bo inter pslcd in tin forthcoming presiiilatloi Htarliiml tomorrow and Thursday of her Rich Man Poor a plcturlzation of mlllnn Fosters successful ioorgn for Paramount re The slory of this admirable plcluro with the fortunes of Betty i a charming who after in a boarding IVhomo of i i Relflsh pre I iMinablv Although i rldi Heoston a poor man In for ho loves no nid ouo him for his nnd erratic love and sunshine Into he to permit her to iFiVf him vr after he tluii bfnn foisted upon himselr through Uie ttmery of a man whose ml was to make Hetty happy Hot tv ia central figure In numer oils thrilling and finally flndit happiness in tho love of a young man who really is Uie grandson of Miss Clark la supporter by si largo of nne screen chief among whom ore Frederick tho famous Klcherrt Ooorge Otto a j iMary Davis and Augusta j for England Eight r i of exciting expos Ing Oer a Ewplonage in and j showing the wonderful efficiency of the BRITISH NAVY TONIGHT ONLY AT AND OCLOCK LETHBRIDGE and 20c COLONIAL TONIGHT THE COLONIAL PLAYERS IN Running For Office A NEW MUSICAL COMEDY EXTRA SPECIAL JOSEPH 9CHENCK Presents NORMA TALMADGE HER ONLY WAY One of the very best pictures ever brought to and certainly the finest production Miss Talmadge lias ever appear ed GOOD COMEDIES LATEST PATHE WEEKLY COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN THE HALF BREED M TONIGHT UA8T TIME LIT DO PHONE 1332 CARMEN OF THE KLONDIKE A photoplay of unsurpassing beauty and charm of the great far north where men measure their brute strenpth and cunning for the possession of mother Earths treasurewhere rawboned ploneera of civilization combat the from the snowolad Wllb tho pure gold tfiat builds Kteat cities far back of their rankswhere men arc as yet untainted by hypoorlsywhere they think with fists hard as nnd love with the hearts of children TOMORROW AND MARGUERITE CLARK IN Majestic Tonight First Lyceum Attraction Bertha Farner CELEBRATED AND Her Famous Orchestra SEASON TICKETS FOR ENTIRE SERIES ON SALE AT MAJJE8TIC TILL EIGHT OCLOCK SINGLE TICKETS fOR EACH NO RESERVED PRIEND HUSBAND Comedy RICH POOR MAN MATINEE SATURDAY THIS 2O and 21 MAJESTIC THE MOST COMEDY OF THE I I IS O DADDY KG LEGS Jean Webster ENTIRE SEASON tt POWERSTHUTRt ENTIRE SIASON GAIETY NEW HENRY MILLER WITH ALICE JUDY AND ROBIRT RHIUUIM SEATS ON THURWAY AT iOX MAIL ORDERS NIGHTS Orchsstra and Balcony BOc SATURDAY MATINit Entire Orchestra flM Entire ;