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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1917 THE LETIIBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE )uty of The Govt. is to Pitf In Effect In an Aggressive Way Mandate of People, SaysCalder "the Flavour Lasts" We might advertise WRIGLEY'S as the "dentiMce-without-a-brush." For it cleanses teeth and pleasantly sweetens the mouth-it FIGHTS ACIDITY. Reg'.ia, Dec. Hon. J. A. CslJer. minister of Immigration and colonisation, tbis morning banded the press the following statement respect- Ing tho results of lie election; "Monday, December 17. forever stand aa one of the moat mem- orable days in Canadian history. On that day throughout the Dominion our people were called upon to render a verdict on public Issues of tho very gravest character. It Is needless to state that I am gratified with the ver- dict given. In our own province, re- gardless ot political consideration, our people clearly and unmlstakeably clicated their wishes. It now re- ulns to put Into effective operation ith the least possible delay, the will the electorate eipressed at the oils, Tbis must be dons, and done In big aggressive way, otherwise the ew government will not- only lose >ie confidence of the people. b.ut will e deserving of their ccnsuro aa well. "The of the election In Sas- atchewan were not secured without great deal of earnest, hard work up- n tho part of liousanJs of our people volunteered _thcir services. Tn ils connection 1 desire upon behalf I the government, to sincerely thank II who took part In tho contest, in- luding the press, the returned sold- ers, next of kin association, the voinen, a host ot public speakers and ho leaders and rank and file of both ho great political parties who rccog- nlred that the occasion was such as o demand that they should forget It brings a wholesome fresh-' j ness to the palate that makes the whole day lighter and s Needless to caution you to get WRIGLEY'S, the filtered, the clean, gum. For millions have made it their positive choice, having tried others. 1 So, if you forgot your tooth- brush this morning, why, Wrigley a Wtl Chew ft after every meal In Canada 12 their partjr affiliations (or the being. During the course ot the cam- paign I repeatedly stated that this flection was not the politicians hut the peoples. The nuge. unexpected ma rltles secured indicate Quite clearly that this was true. Never be- fore In'the history o! Saskatchewan bas the average citizen so uurulstaka ably shown hat he has a clear grasp of his duties and responsibilities. Now that it Is all over am convinced that it was worth white to have had (he battle fought out. It his shown just where we stand. In this time of streBb the decision may count for a great deal. "There Is nothing further to be said at present except that 1 fully realrv the tremendous responsibilities placet on the shoulders of the ne-w govern mebt by the people of Canada. the government will earnestly and honestly endeavor to discharge Its obligations 1 have confidence. At present the situation Is such as to demand jlateimanshlp of the very highest order if Canada, la to be guided safely through the crisis that confronts us." AT STAHLAND Jack Plrktonl, star ot "The Var- mint" by Owen Johnson, is ap- earing at Starland Theatre tonight and tomorrow, the younger trtt'her the famous Mary Picfcfurd. It b not often that a young actor attains 'ame at as early au age as has Mr. I'ickford, especially with the handicap i of a famous eister. But, step by step and by long and faithful working. Jack Pickford has earned for himself a unlyue place in fllcidom and reckons l auietig his most famous cbaracteriza-' lions: Dummy." and the youthful haro of liooth Tarking-; ton's "Seventeen." In most of Ms pictures he bas been supported by i dainty Louise Huff, and in "Tho Var-i mini" also. Miss Huff appears as lead- Ins lady. "The Varmint" is a Para- mount plctuif. Who Is there that does not occas- tonally thluk wiih regret ot past i school-day escapades and adventures, who would not, If be could, return tor a stroll among the oltl scenes G' futi and real little world with- in Itself? In viewing "Tho Varmint" every man recall similar adven- tures of his o -y schoolboy days and svill recognize in clever Jack Pick- ford's characterization of "The Var- a replica ot himself at that ago. ful photoplay presented by William Foi. The young Englishman first sees his wife-to-be as sho sits In her fath- r'a castle spinning at an ancient heel. She pauses a while In her labor o play with some doves which ngly attracted by her loveliness, .over about her window. One of the _-entle birds even deigns to sit perch- ed on the girl's Index finger.' This pic- lure Is at the Orpheum tonigbt. Also lillly West In a comedy. See the ad. Delrolt, Mich., of the five persons on, trial here with Albert C. Kaltscbmidt, on charges ot conspiring destroy public, and prl vate property in the United States and Canada, took the stand in their own behalf yesterday. All admitted par llelpating In the plots, but declared that at the'time they did not know what was being done. Fritz A. Neef, Franz Kespa, a native of Germany, 30 years old, and Carl Schmidt, were the defendants, who testified yester- day. BERLIN CLAIM 4 Berlin, Dec. man forces yesterday stormed 4 the Italian positions on Monte pot.) Single roomi, Douhle, ?1. D. Woodl MIT. Write for Designed and cut to make you lack your Best WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal COAL FOR SALE By Carload Only DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1803 FEW CARS FOR SALE GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Pricet to Phone 1244 Co. Lethbridge I arn at the Orphenm To- day Only in "The Chief Cook" THE VARMINT 3 Days, Starting I SPECIAL MATINEE'CHRISTMAS DAY, AT 2.31 John E. Kellerd Supported by a Pevwrfut from a Run 01 at the Nrw York f __ In Elaborate of v I SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS MONDAY TUESDAY MERCHANT OF VENICE" -.TUESDAY WEDNESDAY r prkri: 11.50, Mo. Day Mitlnee TBc, Plan Friday Thealre. i EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE JUST ARRIVED Diary Book! and SUndj for'UlS LOOM Leaf Leaf n'erno Price 10 to 24 Ledgers and -Cash Bo'okt, all SPECIALS and Supptlei Adding Cheek Stapling Otfiot EVERALL FRANKS SIN'NOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. FIFTH .ST. s. movt 1 Winnipeg, Dec. ISA-Application for leave to appeal Ihe eierairaon. case of Harold 0. Hutclilnga, of West Saddlery Company, to Ottawi made by I. B. Hugs, counsel foi Hutching, In the appeal tribunal (H 3ndge HMgarl-' IS IT THE GUtL WHO PATS? MATINEE BITDVr nC DCUCD SUPPORTED BY A SUCEfiB RUBTE DE REMER COMPANY IN, THE PL AY. FROM LIFI BY REX BEACH LIFE OftAMA OF A MILLION GIRLS t HATRED- STRIFt' AND THE ENTIRE OAMUT OF HUMAN EMOTIONS IN ONE OUS PRODUCT ION, SPECIAL PRICES Me, tk, Mk Zic, ALL SEATS NOW SELLING AT THEATRE EMPRESS BARKYMOkEin mrtno MARVIL-PWOUCTIOJ; or A IfUttMO YOU NOT HIM THI PtAY OP POWSR1 aTFffi CALL OF HER NO LOVI. A NEW FOX COWtoV I PEOPLE ;