Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
FWDAY, DfcCEMBEft 20, CALGARY, IKc. one rln pie ct'cuLTcil aL Iho United Grain Urowwa' That Wiis losolullon WHS brought In to Ihe r.tfoct uny ilircutor entering ilioutd reeltrn. As Ihls uwnied to aimed at Ilou. T. A. Crerir, C. Rico Jones apoko to Iho rwlutlou plating Out as Mr. Crernr had bocoma 3 mem Lor ot (he cabinet he nblo to ilcTend hlniioir owing to having Ulcsn Iho ofttb of office. Ho advised the rea oluljon bo withdrawn until neiL j at Leait. As Ibera was practical ui; wily on Uill point Ihe resolution COMPLEX PROBLEM PARIS, Dec. Roman- oftei, the SimnUh prtmkCi arrived In Ptrii today. He for con- ftrenctp with Wlliou end of the nlllee. Commenting upon the desire of Count to tf cure partic- ipation In the conference for Spain, the Pj.lit Parlilen re- marki that the problem li moat complex and delicate. It adds: "Count Roma horns, whose aUl- tanitintly sympath- etic Uwird certainty will bt -4. rtwptloi In rrra DAILY PAGE FIVE Whole Lwelro -WOTO elected, (bete obtaining (lie hUhest number of Tolai hclng etaclai] [or tho three years lunn, tho next lour for two years ami Iho taat (our (or one peg. t1. ItEco Jones, Calgary; John Kennedy, Winnipeg; IL MacKQnzle, "Winnipeg. DEATH BY VIOLENCE MUS1CEGAN. Mleli, Dec, Fields. WleirJimuu came lo tipr death Lr, violence, according to Ilia jiliy IUIIB who today exainuiud llic body of Hie girl, hocauEG of whoso death Milo It. Piper, of this city, brought lieio Irom Hamilton, Ont.r several days ago, Is held here on a nmrdnr charge. QUEBEC EXEMPTION CASE Oc-c, A. Oou let, N'nlary Pion, of Montmagfly, and O. Oiiay, ii 11 three Involved In Ihe cxomnUou aff a Irs of Lnuign y, s-S. J. Coilyer, WohrayJ tljis bound over IletU. Oscddla, Gaak; John'lllQ s H-.uk.; J. 1; Morrlsuu. Yellow Grass, Sask; 1 AuKlln, llnniurly, Alta. Olio J. McLcllan, I'urplo Springs, Alta.; II. A. Parker, Calgary; If. A. WlnKAto, C'ayley, Alca.; Itoul. Shannon, SaeftalrhowHii. CANCEL MILLING REGULATIONS Dec. announcement was mado by ULU food nilHjJnJslrallon today of ihe cancella- ilon of floyv inkling regulations, In: eluding fair jirlco scboJules. Langlola In'iho Quebec tourl. Tlic> furnished a'personal bond of fl.OQ Premier Clemenceau a days Thn French premier save atsurancefl that the principle of Ihp sot'lely of nuliotiK would brought heforc the Premier Cletnenceau was on allen- IKe listener tu the Uctilla of tlie lilc'i for the fornjatlon'of BUrli'a society. Couuernlne the of .BUth an organization, he rleul.ired, it would iel down In Ihe program and go before CP. nut. he ael hi AT TIIK KMI'IIKSS. lioldwyn Introduces Tom Moore na a In "Jufl for Tonight.1 by Clurles A. coinos to Ihu Ttienlre, to- nlglil. It ibc sirtoi- vlth a rolo ihat ndiulruljly li reniarkablo laluuld. Wlillno'i-, Jr. Cplaye-l Tom Moorr) ]H In lovrj with a who i.'hooiiys to toiLcc'jl her idpnilis. When father litin Irj recover a mining mining mod; lie iiiceli hrr and is HO ll-at lit) iL'Lunis wiiliout ih" inojiiM'hjlc lias fillen Into Dm hanila of n iJiyt-leriou.-. itrangor. The girt, it ilrrvclopb, Dotty jiiect1 of Major niack- liurn, ivtiosft home was rptently Iho sconn of a roljbury. Petty inei'is the prowlhiK unil dc-lcdivcs RUupEtt They arr: oi'd-jrcil (rorn Iho h'juse ilip-y niaki? known their suspicions to Ihu major. Latest Current Kvctits ant] AT "DADDY THE MAJESTIC. alive. A Tonic for Miners Title tomes restore and build up strength naturally, not by stimulation buf by nourishment. SCOTT'S EMULStQN is a true tonFc DTK! a safe means of defense Against rJie dcbiJifating (endency thai threatens to drain a miner's vitality. In times of weakness the body does not need drugs or stimulation quite so much as (i( does kind that enriches Ine Wood and builds np rugged and stamina. A mirier may safety depend upon Scott's for strength. Sroiift POTTO e. To ronlq. Oal-__________ 1S-24 A TOM MOORE IN THE FIRST RUN SIX-ACT DRAMA "Just For Tonight" The New Goldwyn are triown exclusively at Ihs Empress; Always a good Com- edy on every 'Pro- gramme. A BcujtirU love into which is woven many thrill- ing Tom Moore, lha Irish pott, mide millions of throb with this beautiful poem. 'Torn Moore, his romantic young rifmtsakc, with the infectious smile of Ireland on his lipc and the romance of old Ireland in his eyes and heart, will make YOUR heart 'throb when you him In '-JUST FOR TONIGHT." HERE MONDAY BIG BILL FARNUM IN TRUE BLUE' Tfrli it dindy. dltct on the Chaplin In "Shoulder hTi bett yet Dollc, Stuffed Dogi, Cull, etc. WMrtlcj Kindergarten Seta, G'jns, Teddy Bean, Rallies Toy Pianos P lint i, Block., Child'! .WE HAVE A BIG ASSORTMENT OP LARCE SIZE ROCKING HORSES. We Deliver AH Goods of Charge. F. A. Rogers0' lire Lino to the Door, 64S I3TK STREET N. LONG LEGS" AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT Jean ih-llgljiCul tu- inanct, "OaJdy :ts to iho by Henry will dlFpeiise fionil m tin- tonlglu nr.0 twicu SalurdRj'. The story o( the nroclfcu Cindor- Ita who flijds- norsflf, Uu-oiiRli the magk of a crusly of lifted from tHo drib cjtistcnrc of filavcy hi an and liackcrl lo n (iclcct schnrjl, where Jias ererytiiiMfj a vomit; u-nrniti] could wish fur, intu radiant vomanliood, anil lays Keigc lo tlie lieiin or her unknown licncfactor. is n. tale (liar (oirnil favor with over u.1 miillou tbcilrt- goerj. The company Ihat Mr. Miller Make This The Victory Christmas We have just received (mm Caley's ot Norwich, Eng- land, a fine assortment of Christmas Crackers tnd Stockings. Call and see lliese goods, they will not last long at the following prices. 1Q. FARTHER THAN THE WESTERN FAHMEflS TORONTO, Dec. i free Uadi- wUli the IJiiiteil Rtates iii[ everything from A lo tlie dcmuncl j of iho Untied Farmers of Ontario, They will iwl be Batiaiied now with tae reciprocal- agreement of 1911, which affected natural products lhj; conipllande. ''Third, ihe of a couti1 el) nf admlnialralion of the nations [QL the ot ne-A- inlerna- ttonal administration and inlcrnattoii- al law proeednre. "b'ourlh, the apulicallon ot 'sane- lions' for making effective tho decls Ions of. iLe Bocletv of natio-.u. 'Sanc- tions In a diplomatic mean-; tlie various slepa for tlie eiitorcement ot but M'ant the away un all inanufJcLured. artEelcs as well, If the Unilc'd States n-ill'do the acmn U. Keith (healrei dur- ing foul' Keasons. In "The N'oiorious llelene" we have ouc ot tlie mosl entertaining dramatic of Die season, li is n. dealing v.'ilh an oxploiL ol a twcniielii century adventuress, a demi-monde, who. Jilted in tlie only true lovo affair she ever had, seeks lo wreak her veugeance on H sweetly pretty and innocent girl, In ihe part ol Ihe N'o- torious Ilelctic, Mrs. Tranl, Miss ileleoo" she Is ably KUpported by t various members ol Ilia company, flncl the play Is suitably IE i.s [t piny worth Eeeiny. Douglas Fairbaiiks, the ma a wilk' tlie everlasting Rrrlle, makes A lilt In biggest and best produc- tion, "The Half Breed." In this Doug, is Euen as the Iialf. an oulcast by llic enviouA .wliltes. It, AT THE COLONIAL. TUn Iwo oulHlanding [ealurea on HIR new ehc-H offered for MIR firs! time at ihe Colonial Theatre last nigln are Uie [InyiiaUr play in two nets, "Tlie anil Dec. All leading ofTiclals of the Uernmn fc are on strike as the result of nations undertake lo err the government's acceptance of lha forCR observancc'-or the decisions of resignation of Dr. Solf, as foreign _ of natJotis. This military mtnlatcr, necortlitiK to the Hhcnisch sanction is tho" most difficult and ilell- Gazette, .POSTPONE LEAGUE NATIONS rate of all Iho'questions involved crcrdfng the society ot iiaUons. Military Enforcement 1 "There will TJB difiereiit vlows cou- Dec. M.r-Senntpr j cerning tlie miJItiry etiforiemciil Lodge the Kejmii-[ peace. It is jot "our or- Hcan leader, in an address lo the to reconcile die differences ate today advocated postnonment oj- and secure ot Ihe formation of a league of nullous; afrediiiGtiC. ,ome' for a s, until afler the neace conference. Ho International military force, or said the question should be considered nucleus of an international fleel. separately nnd later. the OPEN BRANCH AT BARONS ,l-'r-iin Our Oin: Oorreso.vn'lefin liARONS, rTlec. Merchants Dank of Canada have decided lo open a branch al Barons and have acquired TJionias, where the necessary iuler- ers regard tula as unriecessray aiid p fer lo rely on the moral force of Ihe united nations. Some may vlsh to Elyo up tompulbo'ry mllilarj- service, Lut retain the navy. "These- dlrergent views must be reconciled. That Is the main leak which asked 113 lo uit- .alions at the head of the program u'hal we understand to Ije in accord with the desire of President Wilson very forefront o( tho" peace congress and adopt iL as a guiding- principle In the determination OL many tines lions before (he conference." Tlie Topeka State Journal claims a unique distinction for Topeka, It hi, Ihe only city In the country that has lo PlRCU LhQ UTlllei1 two United States living on stand against further warfare at the thn same street, The best woman in the world tights to a finish the worst woman in the world, ia "The Notorious Helene." the sensational vaudeville act at iL X i L the tobnial tonight. CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE Ont., Dec. Major Henry I. Cameron nomlnal- ed here last niglit as the Cooscrrative caindldatc tn Ihe hye-election In North Onlerlo against J. the candidate ot the Untieij rartneii Ontario. TOYS TOYS TOYS COME AND BRING THE KIDDIES TO SEE OUR SPLENDID WINDOW DISPLAV, AND OUR ILLUMINATED XMAS TREE. MAJESTIC TONIGHT %HE'E10ST FASCINATING 'COHEDYOrVThEDAY Cceillc- Klltoti added new laurels to is Ilirllllng to see him leap from rock ihcr popularity. Miss KllinU einca LO rock, jump over prerjpei, cllmh her stay at the Colonial ns leading' trees, and go ILrough, a. and lady iviih ihe Colonial Players, has ona athletic Blunts with his lyblcal noncbalaoce. "The Half Breed" is a production which will appeal to any made a host of friends and admirers in the ciiy. Always sincere in ht-r work, always to IJD relkil lo .give us clever characterizations of llic various roles she interprets, Elliott has lor .JieraelJ one ol llic ihe audience. The same program tonight and Saturday. rill run ftgtiu A big special Children's Christmas Stocking mall- nee is set Tor tomorrow alternoon. BIGGEST AND SEST6HOW IN COLONIAL MATINEE 1 DAILY, 2 TO 5 NIGHTS, 7 TO 11 "WE ARE PROUD OF OUR PROGRAMS" TONIGHT PARTICULAR WOMEN Who want the best in taste, cleanliness and nourishing qualities insist on having Model Bakery Bread 1175 and Have the Rig Cafl. N. J. SCHWEITZER License Number 5-17M dean Webster' HENRY MILLER ALICE ar.d HAYNES at "JUDY" New York Cast and Production. SEATS ON SALE NOW Nlghti H50, 75c, 50c Saturday MntineV: Entire Balcony oOc He Came Up Smiling DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS A BIG HIT LAST NIGHT, A STILL BIGGER HIT AGAIN TODAY IN HIS DIG, SPECTACULAR "THE HALF BREED" SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT SUNDAY NIGHT COLONIAL THEATRE SILVER COLLECTION. North Lethbridge LECTURE AND RECITAL LEO Given by M. COOMBS BURGMAN'S HALL I3TH STREET NORTH Friday, Dec. 2? S.CO p.m. The Xnrlb LcDibriilcn uulfilc is conlially iuvilcri. Admission l-rcr. _ Willis Piano Used AvTHHILLlNG PICTURIZATION OF BRET HABTlt STORY. The Ttrridc Fortil Fire With Glanl Ing" Fiirbanki ir, the Greitett Role of His Ciratr, Picturesque Days of '49. v ON THE SAME PROGRAM THE PLAY WHICH SET NEW YORK TALKING "f BE NOTORIOUS HELENE" NOT> P1CTURI _ PrewnUd by CEC1LLE ELLIOn AND CO. Here Is the one play which.ilrlkM rtralBM from ttie.ihculder. not beat about the buth, but poundt home with hammer blows more plain unvarnished truths on the quettlon than a dozen Is wicked woman, ine It, but, in spite 01 her deviltry, down In her ftoul a apirk of respect- The best woman is the world flphti "Hetene'' to finish. DOES SHE WIN? ASK THOSE WHO SAW.THIS PLAY LAST NIGHT, OR BETTER' STILL, TAKE A VISIT TO THE COLONIAL TONIOHT, AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. EXTRA AFTERNOON HEY KIDS! BIG SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE 5c, ANY SEAT FOR THE CHILDREN SANTA GLAUS IS GOING TO GIVE AWAY TO THE LUCKY SPECIAL FUNNY VAUDE- VILLE SHOW WILL BE ARRANGED FOR THE CHILDREN, IN ADDITION TO THE BIG PICTURE PROGRAM. COLONIAL THEATRE BEAUTIFUL ANY FATTY ARBUCKLE in "FATTY AT CONEY ISLAND" TONIGHT AND TOMORROW, WINSOME BILLIE BURKE IN "Let's Get a Divorce"