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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta W OFSflllMNT PLApLDIERS of chairman of the rioldlor Settlement In liary accompanied by Col director of agricultural ti nt Regarding tho anxiety of the soldiers to got action In the mat ter of land and In reply to a question ot The Albortnn reprcsonta Black said We havo every hope that wll bo ready to start to place men on the latidln the coming We arc secur ing tho wholehearted cooperation of the provincial the do partmoiits ot the Grain Growers and tho and with this assistance there Is every of ninirwiciariillw ruE LE DAILY ITETULP PAGE FIVE being Bucccssfully the movement It was thought that there would be lots of Crown lands for oc but on investigation it was found that there was not enough good to tho necdn ot the Federal legislation IB now In contemplation which wll enlarge the powentpf the and cooper ate with thTtorovlncps in securing the land that Is Replying tfc the as to the ninount of the loan It tho land Is so poor why put Itup for soldiers settlement Black replied that Bomo mlfl taken wero made nt first on account of tho desire to rush thing In order to help the soldiers to nettle as Iv HS He wns In fnvor of all land belli inspected nncl properly ap proved before being opened up for tml Hers1 Helping to Finance Men How can a man he expected to save nnough out of soldiers pay nt 5U per day o make the Initial paymeu of onetenth the loan he wan Mr Black explained thai reclamation schemes would ho undertaken by the government which would enable the men to earn the PreEmptlna Privileges you in favor of amending the homestead law so that who en tered for homesteads before tho war ho granted the to preemptions in tho same manner as IH now granted to soldlers was another Black promised to havu this matter adjusted it Then the question arose ns to whether the government would grant loans on the security of stojk the soldiers were going In for rather than ilin fiako of BO only one for honent take wrt to by their con vlrllono I took that coursn and that li wh and I that to the only reason why I am In Union Mr Rowell took occasion to deny some ami Ho he called Ono of thcHo he lac the governments policy on the language a bill to amend tlio Saskatchewan School Act was In troduced in the legislature am riven its first With Donald leader of tho It will coma up for second reading when Premier Mar tin Is expected to speak at explaining the amendments in detail and reviewing th educational history of the with ftpoclal reference to thn language Donald MarLean IB expected to introduce an amendment to abolish the French lan and Molherwell may also propose an but one which will not involve a change po to be Ue leader of the Liberal par y a lead This Is a pure Invon WILSON VlS LONDON RIGHT m rather than governments meaj said this was a new of the sub ot all onM LIo ject that would havo to he 1 rov in of George and Foreign Secretary He was the boards tefc of any j four have changed their plan in go which would sit on tho qualifications f with one ox1 Paris on Friday to meet CHRISTMAS GIFTS OUR BOYS IN Parcels are arriving dally among the Can adian forces In brlnolna hundrede of Christmas thus securing a supply of skates and hockey sticks to that the Canad may play hockey thle Christ mae On the The Canadian cavalry is not for the present proceeding as far the having stopped near The Strathconas atv at the Dragoene at the Fort Qprrys at Thorobalc des i and the Horse Artillery at Mont i MAY STOP STRIKE i nat I loiial war labor hoard today assumed jurisdiction In the New York harbor boatmen dispute and hold a hearing at 10 oclock morning at Now When this was represent ing the suid lie would com municate by telephonwith th men and believed strike scheduled for tomorrow morning would post Christmas Specials Roval Mixed each A fine assortment of We 70c and Maple per SOc prr per SEASONABLE GIFTS tt He was tho hoards which would sit on the qualifications of veterans for land would have a sol dier representative and replied as far as Ho also assented to tho suggestion that western men should compose western A Boys Rights A discussion took place as to the right of a hoy who enlisted under California Ki per lh per lb Tobacco 1 lb Hudson Bsy Imperial IbUn box ot O QA PIPES splendid assortment that we iiro able to offer at less than post O AA Prices from to fceVW r rieht ot a noy wno utr whether that wfeld mean that he Bin ay will have to go on tho open before enlist oar w inalkett for their Ulack rc piied that It was a matter for cousid by the Terms to Soldiers un to take up a homestead before enlist en therefore lost the chance to have his tUne count while in ser Some of those insisted that such a veteran should be allow fench may b unable to understand dent will come to London Ittoii the presidents own sugges Uon that he Is coming to week A eommunication was re 1 Illll llltJ 11 v guago of but such French shall not he continued beyond grade and in Ihe case of any i vfr TV Wvmtii uM rl the government AT LATEST FAIRBANKS AT STARLAND ONLY The only place in tins city whore the latest Douglas Fairbanks pic tures can be seen at tola vear ami i i i t ill ho continued beyond tbo firs UavA Qeorgo of such childs attendance al toi l remiu i i 11 mi nli rin 11 n lif in I 1 l 111 v u j t v cniil ATanaeer Homing A reply was sent to sn Manag wlnK welcoming Ihe f FliirbanHs pictures As a it wM not be o id is only fool ViU UL I m l t In when board N of any passes a resolution l nritia n tliat SUCH tin Sneaking of tho terms tp be extend np entered for a home effect the French hinguage e i to long term t Black was not bu taUKilt ils a subject for a per oil j will be given the Intention be d to thts but would not notexceeding one hour in da j Ing that the men wlll be able to pur this privilege to the aa a part of the sehool tlic Chase up to without regard to nlcn who might have entered for siiiool techtng thall J go to and it ex led that the between president and British sta es Phone 313 stunts and the 8Cn Play The Notorious Helena which will he offered by MHS Cecille Klliott and VllLLOU If he is able to pay for more be ha allowed to do Single inen must have onetenth of the pur chase and In the case of mar ried men without money It is the in tention of the board to deal with them Teaching the Tyros Dr Black also went into the 1m eortant question in the case of men who desired to but who are yet greenhornw at the qualifi cation committee will be appointed In the various districts to deal with presidents stay ing inai iucn r favor exienuiiig mis Chase up to without regard to mcn who lnlght entered for if a tn nav for more land and did Complaints A number ot complaints were reg The delay in loans Mr Black promised to do ail in his power to He promised to look into the suggestion that a man who wanted to file on a piec of land that was being thrown open he be per mitted to register and got a can rather than having to camp on the land ilil n utjii o slat of French Krench gram mar and French The proposed amendments super code Clause 177 of the School Act which permlU the of FrenUi in primary and under the rules of the department structlon in any language English during the last H each other than chool iiour OUTBREAK Al LM ing i AT THE I No better entertainment can be found than that offered at the Colon 1 ial theatre this The Colonial I plavers are offering for the last time the ludicrous comedy Run ning for The photoplay pro gram tonight will include the big se ret feature Her Only in which Norma Talmartge Is The entire change of program to rather than having to camp on the land Another change deals with tie office steps for three weeks waiting oE sohool who fnr date of i the bill must be either KriUsti the A man will be drilled In a series of peculiar to farm and will Include We grooming and hitching up of a team of ho is grounded in this he Is of and then follows In in the handling of farm ma chinery It is expected that this will occupy about twelve and then he will be sent to a selected a man who not to ex ploit the returned but to help him In every possible thus taking a practical In helping to bnild up of the f Seme Queries n i iwn under the bill must be either by birth or or in the case of aliens iiiit reMdeiice to must take onth they Intend to i become naturalized as soonas time I permits An oatli of allegiance is prescribed for all school trimi iocs wiio are not of British reports reached London that the great Russian seaport on the Black has been occupied by the forces of the Ukrainian leader who is antiGerman and a e e morrow will witness the presentation of two exceptional Ursi the Douglas Fairbanks feature The Hllf Breed in which smiling appears at U18 best in all his thrilling After his queries concern ing the settlement acheme were asked by One of the first questions asked was Why does the after opening up land for soldiers settle refuse to grant loans on the saying the land Is not yet wortu I minister of stated to the Albertan last night that he personally favored the western prov inces having their natural but owing to the claims made by the eastern provinces having compllcati ed the he was not sure how j it would eome It has been suggested that some of the Indian reserves be taken over for soldier Is there such a plan on foot he was The Indians have certain treaty Crerar cannot be But there nHA ncA ft Vin of the Petlura The working and middle It is are favorable to to MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS STARTING MOST FASCINATING COMEDY Of ThE DAY AT THE BODY IN BOND AT THE Her Body in which opens tonight twodays engagement at the Empress is without doubt one ot tho strongest and entertaining moral dramas yet pro duced in moving Iollv was nt a crisis in her No matter which way she turned all ways Qulnn had to for he had opened all of s letters and inserted the demands tor Now she had to raise money for an and there was only one man from whom sho Knew i that she could Bet That was He was the master frameup guy of the theatre AnT Polly hail nothing to offer but the last thing an honest woman will part In despair she had made the prom ise and obtained the Now her hour liad The viper was wait rnK But Nemesis waiting on his at his very For when Polly with trembling lianas IIlitLLfl Denied her husband and vaudeville was sick and she hadRent him to All her savings had also gone there to pay his money was pushed open she saw Her Body in Bond will remain the feature attraction at the Empress today and also Mutt and Jeff comedy and latest allies official war ANY SEAT ANY TIME COLONIAL ANY SEAT ANY TIME wv i i 1 cannot be But there are Smiling Fairbanks ml some agea where there are but few hb latest success The Half Breed Theatre suc agreement can bo made with the In dians the government will likely buy the land from IS An address explaining his personal position and his relations with Sir Wilfrid Laurier was delivered hers last night by P for Considerable of Rowells speech was devoted to a re plv to HenrlTJourassaa demand m Le Devoir that Uowell should apoi ogze for the calumnoua statements made at North Bay nearly a year ago on Frenchspeaking clergy of taiistVand The ipnd French forces in Odessa have i erected defensive barbed wire about 1 MIP nrincinal They wm taken from the Ger but otherwise it is sai will not interfere in the Bating n In Odessa armed forces of diverse races are contending for SSerablp and have caused many leaaersmp aim rniahp nersons to fear a renewal of Bolshe viki outrages ot a year ago Three British cruisers and a num ber ot includlna are In the harbor of Odessa small force of marines Al city have In the Bifl Screaming Farce Comedy NORMA In Her Latest Success HER ONLY WAY A 6Reel Select Picture Ul natua warned to take refuge on the wai f street fighting becomes too AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND UALU AT THE AND SATURDAY THIS He said The stibstance of my statement about the Frenchspeaking clergy in Quebec was the majority of them were supporters of Bour issa in his attitude on the war and hat in the course they were pursuing they wore undermining Canadas strength in the 1 thought so then 1 tuink so In order to make political and stir up religious and racial feel ing against Union it Is suggested that my references covered i the French reservists who wore mem hers of religious orders and who when called to the colors by their govern1 returned to France and fought ns members of the French My erences were not to men who had gono forth to tightt but to men who at men who wore m the province of Quebec during tho supporting Of the menj went forth to light no one speak iu too high 1 Denied These Stories i Uowell denied the story which had been iu circulation to the that lie hud consented to join the Union government on the understand ing that Sir Kobort Bortlen would bring in a prohibition He touch ed on his severance of political rela tions with Sir VViUrid Laurier iu these Tho last of these stories to which I shall refer is that tho LHiorais who entered Union government werj guilty of to Sir Wilfrid Lauvler and hnt I entered Union government be cause I was disappointed that 1 could IKIL take the place of Sir Wilfrid Lnurier us loader of the Liberal party in tho If it lie this Is even mora absurd aivl untrue i than tho other us a roforuuce to Sir Wilfrid himself would Tlio two questions of imiKirtaiico upon we were unj able tc jisree were liilinRiiul Caimdas war I Liberal anxioai beyouu thut Sir Wilfrid con tinue to lead a party ami every eCori was put fovt l to niauce him to t position en walVi siKiUing Llporalij uml at lime be truo fie r c lut without succoiSi Wo wore compelled to choose be tween standing our convictions and what wo boliWod to bo our duty to Canada and the men or To ronto branch of the Canadian Manufacturers Awociation today decided to ask the agricultural section of the to recom mend to the government the re storation of duty on FOR CHRIS1MAS MAM II MOTHER HUBBARO SHOE IMFASt BOTH BABY ANU MUIHIR ATlCE HAYNES as JUDY and a New York Cast and Nights SOc Stats on Sale Box Entire Balcony 50o N TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MARGUERITE CLARK TOMORROW Tho Seasons Dramatic Sensation MAE MURRAY HER BODY in BOND Act the Crisis and tlie Act MldntgM Aji Act promioe to Act Here He Comes Up Smiling 3 SMASHING BIG DAYS STARTING JWHMX Matinee Daily 2 till 5 CRAMMED PULL OF DOUGS DARE DEVIL STUNTS SMIUINQ DOUG AT HIS ATHLETIC BEST IN HIS SENSATIONAL SUCCESS THE HALF BREED ADAPTED FROM BRET HARTES FAMOUS STORY ADMITTED BY FAIRBANKS HIMSELF TOJE HIS CROWNING f See IN POOR MAN ALSO FRIEND HUSBAND TWO REEL PARAMOUNT3ENNETT AND PATHE OFFICIAL BRITISH WAR NEWS ON THE SAME PROGRAM THE MOST STARTLING EXPOSE EVER WRITTEN CECILLE ELLIOTT IN THE PLAY WHICH STARTLED NEW AND JOLTED SAN FRANCISCO CHELENE A playnot a picturof of thr the She htr fof pet of the cry of her innocent 8ht for one night of pleasure she endured three yeare of BUT THERE IS A MORAL WHICH WINS PURITY OR SEE THE NOTORIOUS HELENE AT THE COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AND FINP THI ;