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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1918 im lcthbrtdge daily herald PAGE FIVE MIELLAN AGAIN U.G.G. CALOARY, Dec. 20.--Ohly one ripple occurred at the XInited Grain Orowers' mellpg, TUat' was -vrlien a renolutlon was brouglit In to the eK�ot tliat any dllrector enhoring poIiHe* �hould resign. As this seemed to be aimed at HOu. T. A. Crerw, C. Rice Jones spoke to the resolution stating that as Mr. Orerar had boooma a member ot the cabinet he was not able to defend himself owlns to having taken the oath of office. He advised the rea-olutlon be withdrawn until next yeer at' least. As there was practical unanl-mttr on thiii point the nsolntlon wan withdrawn. The whole twelve directors iwero filocted,' those obtaining the hUihest number of vot�9 being elected for the three years' term, the next four for two years and the last foiir for one year. The directors aroec. 20.-Formal iinnounoement was made by the food JvdaiiniBtration today of the cancelia-tfon of flour m^Hing regulations, in^ eluding fair pvlco schedules. QUEBEC, Doc. 20.-Capt. A. Oou-let. Notary Pion, of Montmagny, and O. Gnay, all three involved iu the exemption affairs of Mcmtmugny, were this atternoon bound over to the entative Sliirlt;v, of Kentucky, chairman of the house ap;^.ropriatioa9 committee, announced today. of the federal parliament to deal with important questions now pending; ana ona ceusuring the sending of conscript soldiers to Siberia without authority of parliament. It Is expected tho convention will close tonight. MEETING- OF STOCKMEN WINNIPEG, Dec. 20.-H. S. Arlcell, livestock commlasionor for Canada, presided at this morning's meeting of stockmen. In opening he expressed deep regret at the enforced absence from the meeting ot Dr. .1. G. Rutherford, owing to ilUiess. Mr. Arlcell explained that even it rules and regulation for tlie conduct of stockyards worepassecl and approved today and an order-in-council immediately paBH-!i,,, ,, ,,,,,,*,j ,ii ,,"ti,,o eci it would, in accordance with the ^"-H s'lPPorted by a 1 nations, provisions of the act,, bo three months Explaining the detailed plans pre-before the government could actually ^en'ed to Premier Clemenceau, Count take control as due notice'woiild have de t^onstant said to to be given the yards and exchanges r"*^ Associated Press: The essentials of the plan are: I "First, compulsory arbitration without presented to Premier Clemenceau a few days �go.iTho French premier gave assurances that the principle ot the society ofi nations - would, be brought before the peace > delegates. Premiefi- Clemenceau was an attentive listener to the details ot tiie plan for tho formation 'of such'a society. Concerning the principle of ^uch an organization, he declared, it would be set down In tlie program and go before the peace coriference. Bul.he asked for specific particulars concerning the details ot ,the organization bf the international section, especially as to whether the French advocates ot the plan were cp-pperating with. British, American, Italian and other organizations to ascertain it the present pro- AT THE EMPRESS. Goldwyn introduces popular Tom .Moore �s a star in ".Just for Tonight." by Charles A. Ijogue, which comes to tho Kmpres.s Theatre, beginning tonight. It  providea the young actor with a role that admirably fit.'! l;is remarkable talunUs. Theodore AVliitnei', Jr. fpfayed by Tom -Moorp) is in iovc with ;i gir! who chooses to conceal her identil.v. When Wlhitney's father commission!! him to recover a missing mining stock certificate he meets iier and is so eii-grosi'ed t;hat lie returns without ilw GSrtlflcate, which moanwiiile has fallen into the hands of a niyateriou.s stranger. The girl, it develops, is Betty niake, niece ot ."Vlajor Blacii-burn, whose home was recently the scene of a jewel robbery, fietty meets the prowling stranger, and detectives suspect 'her. They arc ordered from the house when they make known their guspioions to the major. Latest Current 13vents and comedy. B given the yards and exchanges ot tho contemplated ciianges. The rules, wiiich had been drawn were considered clause i)y clause and very few changes made. The attendance .was verj' representative. up at tho recent Ottawa conference.' limitation or exception. This leaves -------------------, - , , 'out the old exception ot Questions involving national honor and dignity. "Second, limitation ot armaments. "Third, the establishment of a coun* cil of administration of the nations for the formulation ot neiv international administration and international law procedure. "Fourth, the application ot 'sanctions' for making effective the decisions of. the society of natio'.is. 'Sanctions iu a diplomatic terms means the various steps for the entorcement ot A Tonic for Miners - 'True tonics restore and build up strength naturally, not stimulation but by nourishment. SOOTT'S is a true tonic and a safe means of defense igaizist the debilitating tendency that threatens to drain a ~ miner's vitality. In times of weakness the body does not:need drugs or stimulation quite so much as ^it does fofiic nourishment-the kind theit enriches the blood : and builds up rugged strength and stamina. Amlmr may safely depend upon Scott's for strength. ^igcot^&Bownej^jorotito^at. 18-24 A GOLDWYN V TOM MOORE IN THE FIRST RUN SIX-ACT DRAMA ^^Just For Tonight" The New Goldwyn features are shown exclusively at the Empress; Always a good Comedy on every ' Programme. A Beautiful love story into which is woven many thriii-ing incidents. Tom Moore, the Irish poet, msde millions of hearts throb with this beautiful poem. Tom Moore, his romantic young nsmesake, with the infectious smile of Ireland on his Hps and the romance of oPd Ireland in his eyes and heart, will mi�ke YOUR heart throb when you s�e him In "JUST FOR TONIGHT." . HERE MONDAY BIG BILL FARNUM IN 'TRUE BLUE' This is a dandy. Watch for dates on the new Chaplin In "Shoulder Arms," his best yet GO. FARTHER THAN ' THE WESTERN FARMERS TORONTO, Dec. 19.-Reciprocal free trade with the United States in everything from A to Z, is the demand ot the United Farmers of Ontario. They will not be satisfied now with tso reciprocal-agreement of 1911, , ,,,,,,,,^, which affected natural products only, i'^e^^J^J^P^^^J^';!. but want the tarlff.bars swept away on all manufactured articles as well, if the United States will' do the same. They are fuur-fold. First, diplomatic sanction; the society ot nations shall break diplomatic relations witii any recalcitrant nations. Second, judicial sanction, whereby the courts ot all countries will be closed to a re- BRING CANADIANS HOME FIRST J^,�.^7f^^\rI!.V; wnr,t^t''hf a^ calcitrant nation. It will thus practic-fighters from Prance will not be al- quaranlined and placed outside lowed to cross Canada on their way ^ ^j^ij.,^^ /^^^^^ Third, to Australia, as they wish to do, until economic sanction, wherel.y the econ-Canadas own soldiers have lieen p^^jj^ ^^^^^3 oj-,! natij,,g shall be directed against .^uy recalcitrant state. I This economic weapon of the united nations will be' a'great power in isolating any offending nation, cutting brought back and their women and children returned to their Canadian homes. ARE ON STRIKE AT THE MAJESTIC. "DADDY LONG LEGS" AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT Jean Webster's delightful romance, "Daddy Long Logs," a.s given to the silage by Henry .Miller, will dispense good chenr at the Majestic tonight and twice Saturday. The story of the modern. Cinderella Avho finds - herself, tiirough tlio magic of a rather crusty ijachelor of means, lifted fz-om the drab existence ot a slavey in an orphanage and packed off to u select school, where she iias everything a yoiing woman could wisii for, blossoms into radiant womanhood, and unconsciously lays seigo to the heart of her unknown benefactor, is a tale that lias* found favor with over a' million theatregoers. Tiie compauy tliat Mr. Miller i.f sending here is an excellent one, and is 'composed largely of those who have, played in the piece during several of its successful seasons. Alice Haynes, who will be seen in "Judy," has played the part for a year. Her earlier experience was in principal roles in "Ben HuT," "Cordelia Blossom" ^nd "The Yellow Jacket." Make This The Victory Christmas We have just received from Caley's of Norvyich, England, a fine assortment of Christmas Crackbrs And Stockings. Call and see these goods, they will not last long at the following prices. t 'i Clirietmao Crackers, per box 50c to . ,.. Christies, per tin per box, $2.25 50c Cnristmas Stockings 35c, 50c, 70c Nuts (mixed to suit your teste) per ib................... 300 Red Pitted Cherries in heavy syrup, per tin ........... 27c Canned Pumpkin, Libby's, per tin ................... 28c Catsup, Blue Label, per bot. 48o Canned Pears, Gold Bar, Is, per tin..................... 23c Head Lettucs, each ....... "iSc Canned Plums, Lombard, 2s, per tin .................... 20c Extra Special at the Candy Count$r Salted Peanuts, per Ib.....45c Cow.^n's Mapie Buds, ib. .. 50c Jeiiy Powders, assorted, 3 packets for................... 30c Cream Brlok Cheese, per Ib, 4Sc Jello, per packet........... 11e Cu!�ii*�xntprs; � =i;*r;^3'..',�'*MJje OPEN BRANCH AT BARONS  Kvom Our Own Corresuondeni* BARONS, Dec. 19.-The IVIerchants Bank ot Canada have decided to bpen a branch at Barons and have acquired Thomas, where the necessai-y inter-Thomas, where tthe necessary ,inter-lor alterations are being made and lixtjires installed preparatory to opening at the Nev/ Year. The Topeka State Journal claims a unique distinction for Topeka. It la the only city in tlie country that has two United States Sen;ators living on the same street. The best woman in the world fights to a finish the worst woman in the world, in ''The Notorious Helene/' the sensational vaudeville act at the Cotonjai tonight ' eirs regard this as unhecessray and prefer to rely on tiie moral force of the united nations. Some may wish to give up compulsory military service, hut retain the rikX'y. "These- divergent views must be reconciled. ^ That is the main task which M. Clemenceau asked us to undertake. We regard our meeting with the premier as highly important In Insuring the people ot the society of Nations at the head ot the program what we understand to be in' accord with the desire of President Wilson to place the high Ideals.of this united stand against further warfare at the very forefront ot the peace congress and adopt It as a guiding principle in the determination of many questions before the conference." .. CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE SUNDERLAND,' Ont.,. Dec. 30.--Major Henry I. Cameron wa nominated here last night as the Conservative candidate in the bye-election In North Ontario against J. W. Wldaiftfiold, the candidate of the United' Farmei's ot Ontario. -: TOYS -> TOYS COME AND BRING THE KIDDIES TO. SEE OUR SPLENDID WINDOW DISPLaV; AND OUR ILLUMINATED XMA8 TREE. DollH, Stuffed Dogs, Cats, etc. Whistles Drums, Kindergarten Sets, Guns. Teddy Bears, Rattles Toy Pianos Paints, Blocks, Child's Tea Sets. ,WE rtAVE A BIG ASSORTMENT OF LARGE SIZE ROCKING HORSES. > We Detlyer^AII \ "Goods Free - of Charge; . Rogers 54ff 13TH STREET N. Blue Line Cars to the Door. PARTICULAR WOMEN Who want tiie best in taste, cleanliness and nourishing qualities insist on having Mode! Bakery Br?ad �^hone tl7S and Have the Hi: Call. N. J. SCHWEITZER License Number 5-1788 MAJESTIC TONIGHT THE "MOST rASah4ATIN6 COMEDY OfTHED^ lady with the C'olonial Players, has made a host of friends and admirers in the city. Always sincere in her work, always to be relied npon to give us clever characterizations of the various roles she Intei'pretB, Miss Klliott has gained for -,herselj the reputation of being one of the most popular leading women ever seen on the local stage. In "The Notorious Heieno" she is ably supported