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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta X DECEMBER 23. 191� THE LETHBRIpGE DAILY IIERALD iSTATUS ; i P some time. SIIbs Jessie Gay will alio j be heard in a new singing act. '" 5 ,^ An amuning feature of tonighl'a 'blU ' will be the big comedy riot "Pwlls ot > ' a Bakery" one of those riotously funny ' slap stick comedies with. tiio great Triangle comedy players. definite and unequivocal answer not only In words, but hi action, with comprehensive and aggressive acta that will brook no delay. Should this an^ | Bwer not be given we will know and conference will be held to CIbcubs the formation of a league. Neutrals will be admitted, the article continues, 'but Germany Will not have an equal standing until she has expiated her ^Is- Lexpecte^,. except steady degeneration into Bolshevism." all Bavaria will know that nothing deeds, and if she can do so an inter from the President nor from the as-1 national organization will be work-sembly to be elected under it, can be jug. BERLIN, Dec. 23.--The outlook tor Berlin's first revolutionary Chtlstmas appears to be anything but merrj'. The disposition of the Berliners seems to be gloomy. The stigma of military defeat has been ecHiised. momentarily by political ujnrest,. and stringent and unsettled economic conditions. Never There will be three stages," the Matin says, ' "First,, the allied gov-ernmehta will settle among themselves the principles' of the league. As a fundamental rule they will set dcjwn the right of peoples to decide their own destinies. As a practical consequence it follows that there will be limlta.tion of armaments and compulsory arbitration among the jia-tions.' It seems indispensable at this point that entente countries bind themselves to i>ut the clauses in the preliminaries of peace. "It has appeared absolutely necessary to tile promoters that the regime of the future world should he fixed in its main outlines before there are any questions of; indemnities and territories, so thatlPbr the first tiine in AT THE EMPRESS. William" Parnum^ the favorite Fox star, has another pictorial treat for the movle-loving public in his latest film entitled "True Blue." Which is showing at tlisL Empre.ss theatre for today and tomorrow. This photodrama has all the. elements which go to make a popular William Farnum play. The hero is a red-blooded Westerner, strong or mind-and body.' He faces not merely physical dangers, but those Insidious temptations which' tend to make even a strong man weak,-the lure of wealth, the love ot woman and the spur of jealousy,-that sometimes brings out a r.ed yellow streak in one whom everybody believes to be "true blue." How the hero conquers all complications and resists temptations ,yn-[jll he reaps a just reward, in the end makes one of the very best pictures William Fox has ever produced or William Farnum has played protagori- MAJESTIC SPECIAL XMAa-ATTRACTION P�lyDeKveJ.ed$7.SO in City  . ^  Paid In Advance Daily By Mail $S.OD mas Fine Young Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks, Geese and Fowk. Prime Beef, Veal, Pork and Mutton. Our Mea^ are AlWay*.'Frsth and OelleieuB. We deliver to any part of the eKy. Phone ordera receive at careful attention at a peraonal call. Seldlera from the Reerultln* Office Untl^ the Armletlee Wm Slaned. IT IS NOT A MOVINQ PfCTURB OR AN AMATEUR FERPOR. MANCE.-.IT HAS STORMED THE HEAITrS OP TH^ � WEST. SEE THE RECRUI-fs BEING ATTESTED-A SCREAM. ^' SEE LIFE IN BARRACKS-ROARS OP LAUGHTER. SEE THE BOYS ON BOARD SHIP-A SIDE-BPLITTKR^ SEE THEM IN THE TRENCHES-THE TRAGEDY. ^ SEE THEM IN H08PITALr-A TEAR, A SMILfc A CHEER. � Prices: Nights ........il.0O> 7Sc, SOti Xmas Day Matinee, all seiU 50c in KIIiBSTON, Ont, Doc. 23,-Mrs. John Miowat, widow ot the late Prof.! many .has committed a crime and she John Bowei' Mowat, of Queen's University, passed away on Sunday evening. Mrs. Mowat was the mother of Herbert M. Mowat, M. P. for Park- must atone for it .before she can be admitted to the ranks of iiouest and civilized peoples. "Meanwhile, the other conntrles will be united by formal agreements.- An dale, Toronto, and also ot the late4.ilireniatlonal tribunal WiUbe working Major J, McDonald Mowat, who was and tlie spectre of war as far as it killed in action on th^ Son]nie in 1916. Judge McDonald, of Broekvllle, is a brother of the deceased. THREE YEARS LIFE OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY TOYS TOYS %> �-'-' -v - .'.V - - . � .--- 'COME AND BRING TH� KIOPIES TO SEE OUR SPLENDID WINDOW DISPLAY, AND OUR ILLUMINATED XMA8 TREE. stuffed Dega, Cata, etc, Whlktlea prumti Kindergarten Seta, . Guna., to Solflier's WvRiONlY Teddy Bears, .Rattl^a \. V .Toy Plaiiet \ Palnttr ! Blockt, Chilci't Tea Sett. WE HAVE A BIG'ASSORTMENT OP LARGE SIZE ROCKING HORSES. ^; Blue Line-,C|lr8 to the Doer.^ VANCOUVER, Dec. 23.-Three years is the period estimated by Mr; J. J. Coughlan as the, life of the shipbuilding industry in this province. Local firms,she points out, should make the moat of their opportunities to secure as many oi-ders as possible at the earliest moment, for the time will soon come when the demand for ships will be greatly diminished. Mr. Coughlan returned from Ottawa on Sunday niglu after having spent three months at the capital arronging ifor tb^e future .of the big shipbuilding plant. : / SPANISH PREMIER ON WAR ' FRONT is humanly possible, will be banished from' the path of civilization." . , v -��--- PAPAL REPRESENTATIVES CALL ON WILSON PARIS, Dec. 23.-Count RomSnones, the' Spanish premier, yesterday visited'the invaded region in Champagne m