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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DRCRMnEn 21. 1018 Dfll OF B -THE DAILY HEIUUJ PAGK FIVE Dec. JO. Jetn'.c ol Influenza has very wllli the work of the name at In lorinor yean, viz.: 31 cenl. la each BUbJufl, 60 rcnl, ol Hie uiarlu obtainable, That HIP Caljrary Normal ichool conilnuo IU pmcut unlll Jmuii'T SI. 1519, will' vao1' lion, iKlnnlns Jlotomhcr cnnllo-Ue until j a.) Thai' Nonnsl school siopen it Da-onrber 50, ant) cor.linue In -intll January 31, 1019. (6) Thit the lira eeeslou ol (be Normal irtiool (or !SU commence un February 8, birth mid Cam- 'ulure nejlWei .vllh harp, firuro, cotupoundtd ol genuine himioi Thu ol the dilution it of note, BS all of the slrong cast and fchui'iu have excellent They will uo heard In all the Blnry of (he bachelor uhllanlhroplst who lalls In lore wltb hlrf Mr. 1'lillllpj VOlC 68 1 HVJ I" UU llCrtlU HI All lUl-J n i vu "i" Kf --_ iBleil'trench ami and .fervl' Peliiileton, liol only leads his Ibe'eudteWe li aii'ursl a positive mui-j lines well but purl ot K'hoolf of llils, anl In order lo rntcl lho coudlllous which have I the minister ot education liasi wade tho following- announcc-mcnl: The New Regulations (1) .Thai Ihe June (laminations, which are ueuilly litflil on or about June 15, commence on Juno 30 in 1910, lima Klllir the Etudents two weeki' additional tuition. (2) Thlil the work ilMcrllMi? Ill Ihe tubjecls o( eiamlnailon he reduced and iv tlrcutar oulllnliiE the or in'eiita for 1913 he tent Immediately 'lo all Isai-hera preparing students for tiopartmenUl eiamlnallons, (3) Thai percenlages reiiulred Ihe examinations be Ihe Gtid ccm'lnuo, unlll The circular oullhiliiE the regtlro menu hu been nreptred will reach tie hefcro the dun o! ISIS. (Kiiinonlon Hullcllli) To havo licr all In active service die vllhli] three montlit Is tht sad-fxpcrinnco of Tulfcr lor- o( Vancouver. ical treat. Murphy, OII.' Majtatic for diva i Day malicee. comeetotbe iajtiliK Xmaj 'DADDY LONO LEQ6" AT MAJESTIC fc i-lly and now residing In All ibrcs srs EDMONTON CONITASLE 18 UNDER ARREST BDMONTON', Dec. Waller Morris ol Ihe Bdmonlon police force was arraigned bcfora lay morning on a ud bearing of hU cm un'.ll rrliUy. Hall wai Morris was placed, ucder arrest shortly alter. 12 mldnJlhl Wednesday uy Campboll, when ho wa rouud ID Ihe premliei known as No. 1 North Uthbridge LEQURE AND RECITAL Given by LEO M. COOMBS BURGMAN'S HALL 413 13TH STREET NORTH r< l IT Friday, Dec. 27 8.00 p.m. The North I.elhbridjc puhllo la cordially Invlterl. Admission Fret. Piano Uteo1 known licra aa Ihey forjncrly resided n KJnioulon. Word hM Just been received of lho death ol Lieut. Andrew ol the ISith ar.J later with Ilia Imperial ___., In Otiolier he was to Ka- lonlkl mid passed away of pneumonia un Nov. ISlh. He was a former stu- dent of the University ol Alboila and before enllfllinj; In Medicine Hat hid bepn fetching al Krlc Tclfur enlNlcil wilh llio RallaUou and went over 'o V.'liat a p'.ajr Is Long Legs? Thojo who have read iho fiicinallne of loiters which combined madu book that Iho uutlior. the Jean Webftter, placed botore the iiublic, and which wai ImmedUteiy acclaimed as Hie work ol a gcnlui, will find In lho coiiipily-draina presBMcri al tl-.c Slajes- lie last night, Jus! as. much real en- joyment aa there was lo be found In the printed wo.-lr. Tacie amusing lines apleiltr, prelty and a ompany from Ihe principals (o o ralnor eavo a iierlornianco lilt was Ihoroughly enjoyable. It li ona Ihe flnetl heard and afleu I Ihls Ihfatre 111 many a season. Many were pleananlly. disappointed [xcltillliK man ol the world. act la awaited by the auxHcoce with liie keenest eipeclatlon. It is the part of the ulay that rails (orlli Ih'e arllBllc'-In each of the lirln- cipalii. It woulj ba eo easy lo mer it; a illp might make It rUlc'llous. Thus! the audleur-e mlghl [rare dlhapijoiiilnlj Nothing like lhal. however, happened. Mlu DayucB crowned In Hie preceding acli, with repose and grace; Mr. Phillips relalned dignity anil man- to the end, and acted Just as ono would tvniuose a lover-Kuardian ihonl'l act towards such a ward as Judy. "Daddy Long Legs" will bo offers! at the Majeillc ngaln lonlsht (or the latl lime. Smote Shop oa Avenue. The Iiolke were some llllle lima EO hy 3. Wildmin, proprietor cf the lore In queellon, tlial ho had heen filsslnii goods front his piemisi; over- llghl (p.- period cuverlne some three uonlhs. When he arrived at his place of In the mornings Ihc always lo he Eccurely tivsl- encd, and lho parly "who wan iiayli'K lho nocturnal visits has hcen hard 1" detect. The police lasl nlell decided lo have a ilelccilve stay ou Ihe premises, and aboul 32.3D Detective Campbell wn Burprised lo find that the alleged fiullly person '-'.vaa a member o( IhL force. A search was mnclc hy tin officer and nboul worth of mer chandlsc that Morris had got aK-a; ivlth WIE the police station He made his enlry Into the store b; Inaerling a knife In Iho lock, and wa not on duty when he made hla vlsi ift nlgbl. Tho constable was a member ot tl police forco In Chief Lancey's lime having joined the force February 19 1912, and continuing in the employ o the clly nulll January of Ihls yea wlicn ho left and wenl to Saskalooi i joining the police lorcc there. He can Ihack lo Kdmonlon and again hccam attached to Ihc police, being relnsla cd as a first class constable on Aug. i Krance In June, I01C. Me was wounded and shell ehocked in the battle of thei jiit nleht at the ecr.uine merlta In tho reBenlatlon. llobfrt Hhllllps la the For Christmas Turkeys, Chickens, Geese and- Prime Veal, Pork and Mutton. ..-bur Meats are-Always Frtih and Delicious. We deliver to any part of the city. Phone ordars receive at careful sttenllo'n as a personal call. COULTRY Kamme In thul year and in hospi and convaleFueul i-iimps hi Eug Id fill- a considerable lime, return K lo 1'ram-e early In I51S. H is killed on August iSlh. 1'tc. Cecil Teller, wlio was cmploycil i' EOliie lime by C. CivniplwirF ahery, went over with the 151st llai lluu and was severely wounded li e heavy fighting round Lens in Jul; 17. lie was returne.l to Franco a e commencement of the German ol nslve Ibis March and was otlache Hie same kiltalicii as Capl. S. Ho; ord, tvho was a personal friend an as recently reported killed. I'tt. C clfer wan killed on August Mil Mr.-. Teller, the boys' mother lia coil In Indifferent licallll foi' fiom Imc, and as a result of the shock oniins after tlie war was over an vhen siie belleveil her remaining so n the array was safe, Is now pro rated. Tho Telfer family came out Iro England about twelve years ago an ettlcd In !he Pembiua dlslrlcl nrar lazcl UliiM, where they arc vt'ell ;noivn. Later Ihey nlovcd lo this city where they resided on Ihc South Side snil wero active members of Ihe Me- iropolilsn church. Mr. Douglas Telfer, M.A., al prcsenl Jlethodlst minister al Carmangay, is another member o! Ihc Earne family. Lfc'ul A. E. While, M. C.. Hoynl Air Force husband of Mrs. Teller's ler Elsie. 'Mr. Whltft joincil up wllli tho 21Stll Batlalioa under Lt.-Col. Cornwall, lie was formerly a law stu- 'ilent wilh Parlpc, Freeumn, Ilowaon t .McKay ol this city. A fourth brother Sgt. Ilobt. Tclter who went with Ihe :lrd C.M.ft., Is Etill at Hie Iron ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE -192 nysterlous -----f, new waa Ihn unknown benefactor of le IHHe charity eirl ex cp; the young lady herself. Miss Mice Ilaynes, tho IradlnB lady.'caRl s Juiiy. rendered Ihls part which is mplc in Itn opportunities, wltli ;l natural faclluBi and a freedom of cc- Ion lliat is finished anil' AT THE EMi'RESri. AS DETECTIVES, THEY ARE OOOp COMEDIANS TJie amateurish ciforls of two de- tectives who da everything hut delect will evoke howls of laughtur' when Specials Tonight AT THE BAY FROM 6.00 TO 9.00 Jumbo Ptanutt, freih per roaitcd, ____25c Navel Orangw, ptr Fancy Mixed per Ib. 3Co Good Eating 4 (lift... 23 PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES A Complete Lint lo Chooie From Hoi Tan Clgan. box or 25 ollt ftr Chrlttirat, PHOHE 313 ''Daddy" who I "Just For Toulclil." Ooldwyira me- illiira of IntrcjiluclnB popular Tom Mooro a fitav, ahowfl a: tile I'-in- for the last lime tonight. iho makes the adorable Judy a real some rtiaily jiswclf. The agency Tlitir wnrk employs them evidently has a lo! Hi fact as well ah In Iheir aorl, r.onflllt.lice [rl lho brotliera to give .ire John mA Chevy Chase. 1 hej do f a lot of chasing all through for Ing mining ana at ihc same time wlili s. lugabnoui-lookinK ilfanier run down the riereon! who lootcil the on Ihe lawn. Not conlent with tha safe in home of .Major Dlaclilmrii I hey later ulfk on Theodore Wnll- but ibeir chasc-j never Ihe Chases anywhere. They arc trying lo find somo mlss- do they CHRISTMAS STATIONERY A full-range ol Boieil Slnllonery it all price.-. High grade noal corer designs, new styles FOUNTAIN PENS 3lore fountain pens arc bought during the Christmas season Ihrm at any other lime, tlcl Ihe reliable kind of WATEIlMAN AN'll PARKEH Pcna make most acceptable gifts for moil and women, boys and girls. BOOKS Thai are'Tlmely and Permanent. "In Ihe Heart ol German Intrigue" Demelra Vaka "Fate to Face With KalaerUm" Gerard "At the Edge of Ihe Quick Sandi" Curt "The Brltlth Campaign in France and 3 volt... Cgnin CHEAT VARIETY TO SELECT FROM. MAKE IT A VICTORY CHRISTMAS. The Twentieth Century Book Store Itimilc DUrtMP K17 WAS TO BE ORANGEMAN; BECAME SAVED INSTEAD TOIIONTO, Her. that he would bn breaking laltfi wllli-.hls religions prindplea if he signcil'mili- tary documents, I'rlvato Isaac Mo- a conscieprtous objeclor of r IS years' lalth, was Iried hy rtistrictj conrtmartiul al the armories day. The court, which vas presided over by Lieul.-Col. slrug- Slcd for Iwo hours vvilh McMullcii. John Dison, an evangelist, wns called JIcMullen, and elated he had known Mi-Mullen lor 20 years. "Are you an asfced Ihe judge advocate general." "1 was going lo ho an Orangeman, but I sot replied flixon, nnd there was a roar ol laughter In the court. Sentence on McMulleu will Le promulgated later, when the C- Old Duteh Cleanser For taking and stains off painted woodwork Old Dutch is unequalled. Use it for cleaning cooking utensils, floors, bath tubs, sinks, and any- thing else that is hard to clean. It's better and cheap- er than soap or any other cleaning material. _ ney. Jr. (playej hy Tom lloore) an tho culprit. when llie two mysleriea are nolveil, Ihroujh no el- forl of IhclrE. CMh is shown Ihe oth.4 for Ihclr "honeheid" display. However. II Ihe Chases were adepts IH iaure's al leircllnB out cTlmlnslE. "Jusl for They liiingle Iheir Jobs right from Tonight" would be vllhout many ol the al'art whon Ihey suspccl u girl Us lucnlest momenls. who is the nieco'of .DUckburn, Here Monday-Win. Farnum In inyblertous meelins' uu anything tlm make Kliorloik Holmes look ID. ransc of -True Dine." 1 "LET'S GET A DIVORCE" MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHE PRESENTS IRENE CASTLE The Girl From Bohemia MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8.30 THE MOST FASCINATING COMEDY OF THE DAY "DADDY LONG LEGS" By Jean Wehsltr WITH AH ALL.STAR NEW YORK COMPANY, AND At ELABORATE PRODUCTION. Prices ?1.50 75c 60t "HANDS UP" 1 COLONIAL I MILK MILK MILK FRESH RICH PURE MILK IN STERILIZED BOTTLES DELIVERED DAILY TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. W QUARTS FOR......................................... 7 QUARTS FOR CREAM PINT KINSEY DAIRY Plione 796 and the driver will call. P. O. Bon B-12 confirms the Ilmline of the court. 'AT THE COLONIAL.- Tho great double bill will be.seen for Ihe lasl lime at the Colonial lo- nlghl. Douglas Fairbanks in "The Half nreecl" will he the uliotoplay tea- lure, ami Cccllli! Klliolt t Co., In "The Notorious llelcnc" will top Ihe Vaude- ville bill. Ilraily in Who -Trap." 5H FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 TOYS TOYS TOYS COME AND BRING THE KIDDIES TO SEE OUR SPLENDID WINDOW DISPLAY, AND OUR ILLUMINATED XHAS TREE. Dolll, Stufftd.. Doge, Call, eto. WhliilM Drumi, Klmlergarten Stir, Gum. 10% of! ti Solller's WiuDILY Teddy Rattlea Toy Pianoi Pilnrt, tlocki, Child'! Tea Stts. HAVE A BIG'ASSORTMENT OF LARGE SIZE ROCKINO HORSES. We Deliver All Free of Charge. F. A. Rogers 13TH STREET N. Blue Line Can to the Door. AT STARL.-VND. lleauliful and cver-diarming Ireno Caslle la comins hack lu may lio -her rarcwell sereen appearance in ''The Girl From a I Puthe Play- It was only n week alter she hncl nr.ishnl ranking Ihls play that shj received Ihe news of irs'l Irajic dentil ol her husband, Captain Vernon C'asslle, who was Sillcil on the army aviation field in Texas. Slnre then his youue wlilnw lini olireil from her professional acti- iiles anl conllncd her lauors to work. In "The Girl From Cohcinia" rs. Cislle is afforded n splenilhl prortitnlly to practice her wln- ome arl, ami incidentally, displays ome marvcloua gowns. "The Uhl Kroin Bohemia" is com- s to Starlanil Theatre Monday. AT THE MAJESTIC. Comedy is the dominant tealnrG of Trlvale Murphy, C.B." Heal good, clean. rlp-roarinK comedy, but not o( Ihe slap-stick variety. It la a- brand new line ol Imraor which has l Ihe wcsl by Blorm. All Ihc principals In "The Volunteer' who ao alily siipiwrlcil ScrgL Glttns In bis recent arc again associated lilm In Ihe present iirodwlioti "P.-tvalc Murphy, C H.." 13 nlso being under Ihe capable management ol ScrEl. Joe Athenon. Thcro 1.4 a prctly love plot-woven In- lo the comedy, and one In which la dainly Rfil Cross nurso eiitwlnea her MOTHER HUBBfcBO SHOE coMPici WND'CBOOF wiofrsi G, W. V. A. .SUNDAY CONCERT AT COLONIAL THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE Xll-Professional Program UNDER DlflECTION OF LEO M. COOMBS 9.03 p.MI. Sharp SUver Collection in Aid of G. W. V. 'A. Funds SPECIAL TODAY LAST TIME "ll'i a GoWwyil" TOM MOORE In Ihe First Run Drama Just For Tonight The NEW Goldwyn features are shown excluiivcly at the Empress.. TONIGHT I GREAT DOUBLE BILL I DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN HIS BIGGEST HIT Hie Half Breed HERE MONDAY BIG BILL FARNUM IN This is a dandy. Watch for dales on the new Chaplin In "Shoulder his heal yd AND CECILLE ELLIOTT i CO In the Sinulional Vwctwllle Pliylit "THE NOTORIOUS HELENE" MONDAY AL1CEBRADY IN "THE TRAP" .ttd Compleie Change of Vaudeville MAJESTIC SPECIAL XMAS ATTRACTION :v. Two Nights Starting Wed. Dec. Day SPECIAL MATINEE XMAS DAY AT 2.30 THE GREAT FIVE ACT MILITARY COMEDY-DRAMA PRIVATE MURPHY, C. B. By SerjL Geo. D. Gillus, Late 12th C. ty. R- BIG CAST OF TALENTED, BONA FIDE WAR VETERANS A RIOT OF FUN-THE TRAGEDY OF THE BATTLEFIELD THIS IS NOT A MOVING PICTURE It Depiels Ihe Life o' Soldiers from the Recruiting Ollice Unlil the Armiitice Was Signed. IT IS NOT A MOVING PICTURE OR AN AMATEUR PERFOR- HAS STORMED THE HEARTS OF THE WEST. MIII Rente La Vernon "Sister Ihw Red Nur' SEG7HE RECRUITS BEING SCREAM. S SEE LIFE IN BARRACKS-ROARS.OF T-MWT SEE THE BOYS ON BOARD SIDE-SPLI i TER. SEE THEM IN THE TRENCKES-THE TRAGEDY. SEE THEM IN HOSPITAL-A TEAR, A SMILE, A CHEER._______________' Prices: 75c, 50c Xnas Day Matinee, all seats "Damn n. Ginut M Murphy, C.i." ;