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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1918 JAiTIinniDGE DAILY IfERALO Victory Loan Deduced The Savings Deposits -j- ;'S NEW YORK, pec, producers and tellers ol coppers were reported InJay lo VG quoting Ihe mclal Cor pound lor llie first quarter ol 1019, when llio present'rrlco o( 2Cc, fixed by the war Industries board, VtTl no lunger bo effective. Orderti were being hooked chiefly for Uio .iccount ol domestic comumcre, It was mild, and 110 witfp being received for tliMlYcNca beyund March. Thcso orders Included ono lor about pounds, Tlio prlndoal figures arc; Nov. (teservc- Notice ftote ppposllji outsldu C'PTUtU Current Coin Pomlnloji uoles Deposit coulral gold retervcfi.., Ocl. 1318 U C'ull loins in Canada Call juons oulsMo CaniiU Current roans In Canada, Current loans In Cnnml't 'TolBj.'llaMllUes 'j'oUl.'iiscts iiiiiiiiini ,OOU BERLIN mm Sparlacus Group to Declare Overthrow of-the Ebert Government BERLIN, Dec, I6 At 11 o'clock aovtrn- merit Mnt cut crderc to In Berlin lo hold In reidlneu. .Spartacut forceu have Mlzid Prussian war mlnlvtry Stark, in Triangle; AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT '44 ARE REPATRIATED rto. Taber; I'lo. Thou., Aetna, and Ptf. C. C. MHlar, fiellovue, buva been ropalrlaUd. OTTAWA, All ulljclll ot HIQ Dillllary U'iparLuiehl lu Unlgary comtflalnt was icferreil ile- acrllicd the allegation aliuut [lie food Bold aboard ship na u "criminal out- vage." "How do thcBU men know Iho In 'addition to tht Vonntrtf. The ImortMlon lopeirod to pn- tonljht tint Radicals would mike jenfrjl attempt on Thunday to oXru'11 ent governrrient. The Voriricrts .bulMIne was In- vaded by a party with machine guns. After taking possession Ihey ,8Bued handbills on red paper under the caption "Red Vorwaerts." The chief of poltco In Berlin. Elchliorn, who stmt pollco to protect (ho premises, appeared on tLo iflslated.ln tbn a'jppreaslon of His" Ma- jority Socialist organ. H was an- nounced hy (lie Sparlacus group to- init Jitefckaedbt, Vlielr leader, would proclaim tho ot Hie Ebert government tomorrow niornliiE. During the past few days the Harllcal elements liavo endeavors! lo suppress the Yorwaerts because of Its opposUtott to (lie terrorists. ENDORSE BRITISH PLAN LONDON, to eftlabllsft a Jewish home land In Palestine was endorsed by tna Jewish 'and Mlnfstera1 Atsocfafjon of America and the .Federation of'Orthodox Congregatlofic which began a con- vention Jierc havo all these ahlpa under churtor. 1 tblnk vi'licu thin Charge la Investigated U will be found that the food T.-as not what had been laid tn for al all, fib sure u ship's raau'.er wouU not tolcriUe the practice complained Touching on the complaint yf Incon- veniences on tho railway trip, the official paid Iho government provided all her! clothing required for over- jiltfhl Journeys on the railways.' "The iT.lhvaye found it dlflkull to sylyc thla he remarked "ao Ihe lalljtla. lui'tmcut undertook lo supply" aU sleeping UL'L'Oinmodal4oh. As' to the 'Itlck1 willi regard to Iho double win- on Ihc (rains, it Is quite possible lliut Ibe lacked double win- dows. Is eiplaJnert through tho heavy domand for roaches and -the rush to gfel Ihc men homo Quickly, prc> itlnK auy opportUDlly to thorn up. these Inconvcnlcijces are rap- Icily being filed up, 'J'here Is bound to te for a SOLDIERS SHARED MEALS WITH BELGIAN CHILDREN E VANCOUVER De'e. will Ue open lor work on Monday morning lifter a filrlko lit-tlng tcu days, during time, the em- ployees have in wages. This aniiauDccnicnt made ut noon today by .1. J. Couphlan, ono of Uio heads ot the firm, who B'atcd (hat oa a. result of the firm itid the Great War Vetlrans' AsEoclallon the sclllemcnt heon arrived at- The men walked out on December iO, re- Bulling trom the dSechargo ot an eiupluycc named Henry AdderEon, a Eo.ldler, Anrtereon will bo reinstated upon'certain condltlonB. AMERICAN WARSHIPS FOR THE BALTIC noiv comedy "GetHug Unmar- ried." JetElo 'jny, iLo jiojiulm rfoprano, will Lo liviird uew aongfl. AT THE MAJESTIC. "PRIVATE MURPHY, AT THE MAJESTIC An uufjtr-ucc lhat enjoyed 'every line, ovcri' titeno, every sim.g and tht> ivholo filled llio Majestic (ant iilplit to Ylc-.eEB Hergt. uco. ClUua' military cumctly drama, "Private C.1J." H Ih to say Uiat ft was hard to tliil evi-ry member of (hi: cast van i boy M'hQ "done his Ijlt" In J-'rancp, ay well (It Jato Ihc.r rnsiJecUvo parts. To Serfct. GflliiH lilm- BClf, author emi tictor alike, jjoea the honore. As "Private lio gives a Mf elide luipcrsonatloit of the dogge'l, humorous, big Jicarted Irishman. Jn the play, foHou1 the raiv rccruli from the recruit Ing (t> Ih'j tar- rack roflni, to their flrat drill ECC thpi-t on board ship, in the IreccJic-s, out fa "N'o Afan'w and finally Jf) hospital. The play IK perfcf-Uy slaftd ID five acts and etelii wllh aJ! Bpcclal costutnes military u'tulp- inpfll. Tlio for r. vhlt to ihc Majestic Lcnight, where tho play will tm hUyed lor tho v.uie bero tonlglil. COPENHAGEN. Ainertcan legation lierc was luformed llial American warships would 'jvrlvc j at Copenhagen probably Saturday._ It wag KalJ they would remain hcrft tov-l eral days oti their way lolo 4be Ral- tic Sea. o appreciate (he hsve done for ua, and wbo ullll hare a wnrni epot In their .heard! for (he Boldler hoy, be ainpiy repaid AT THE EMPHESS. EMPRESS TONIGHT Arms." Ihe eeuDXid (Jhar- lle C'hflpllii picture, to be phown fit the Kciprcjg Theatre to- day [jletwlzca hia oxiii'rJpncL'B and'dir- as au a.'-cr'age American rloughljoy, from tbo tliiie entcre the "rookie" aquad unit urUi, a flnlfih- projuot of nilliUry be In- vfldcH Huniund and Iho Ini- (rrl'-aJly Yankee for anrl cur- Ills fcot get blra Into counllcss Irou- liles inidi.T Ihe unsympathetic oye. of Ma drill FCrecant, after his into Ihc front lino he finds new complexities lu the man- ol n riflo Fol- loving nunjeroua piparieacee rn hU I u gout lio roluiUeera fpr-a'E, ing mlflRlon, InvaicB enemy territory. A to hhn, dlagulacd ei a tree attimp to. collection, wUh dlaaHtroui i >'V r Charlie U finally captured M torn French bguRe. He maker rape by (umtng llu tables on ti inana, and, accompanied by the girl who tefrtonds hlnj. lifl refuge lu 'Ahe.t proves to be i_ riuartL-rei of Ihe General KUff, ICalner, Crown. Prince aoi von HU buru surprise him In an itUck German ofllcer, but Charlie the1 day for nimBelf aad Uie girl hy Ing the uniform of bla uncoosdoui rlc- He rescueB his drill sergeant, 'ilsd cnytured by and together conspire to escape. Their plan complete confuElou Lo and ebakea tho German.' army to'Its foundation. Tfci in the-picture line. Platinoid end French Ivory photo frames in any size. A largo Tarfctj1 of colored prints by all tho bH masters. You need not send-your dolls out of toivn to have only minor repair's made. We repair them, no matter what It S3, for the cost, ol out ot town Alberta Picture Gallery Phone 1724, HnH Block ITALY'S LOSSES 'NEW 'YORK, pec. iotcl low 8 'In wounded, daatf of diaeatft, driabl'ed, and pel -'jtccordlhg to Col. Ugo of 'the Italian army, who arrived- .here recently on a minion for- VANCOUVER PIONEER DEA? "The oilier day on the road souie miles out of imisaels .over'which Eec-llon of the llelglau army was marcliintj through the evacuated ter- rltory receuUy held by the Bochea, I navi' at meal lime a number Q[ sol- fliers sharing tliclr railons with tho children of'the village in they were then rcslinp. Especially I no- ticed did these relish the tanned meat iV'lilch Is the soldicrB' I saw some o[ the women of Ilia ylace .excliangiog they Ijnd managed to hide from the 13ache. Tor Jam. and butler 'from the Jirniy kitchens. U" heart bleed lo see -what- If.cES 'people had had lo they will stiJl'have to undergo1 unless' fooil dntl clothing is sent "Already ihc weather -'is bilingly colfl'here, ancl'allihe and cbll- Oceu I liavo seen are clad in the poor- est of Those families that had money found it useless to for the purchase of food' or clothing, only did tho enemy I all food supplies but also all stocks ol ran1 material and that "which niade up, leaving Iha people in the dfrost ivanl and-Unatile-'ibrough'j any moans lo oblain relief." TJie above Is part-of a leller a Y. M.'.C. A. worker and AT STAKLAND. The tliousantlB of admirers of Doug- las gentHL athlettc Art- crall star, who will he Been in Lla newest photo-come Jy, "Mr. at Slarlaucl tonight, v.Nl find Ihfa pic- ture one of Ihc most delightful they ever Imvc wltneaseil, not only becaueo It presents Mr, Fairbanks fa ft new and norel role, but bccaune' of the ennobling message ol its theme that of winning" happiness by 'making oilier happy. The bftimllons of this unusual etory are at ODCC Impressive' and nilrlli- provoking lo a degree. Mr. Fairbanks the role o[ a nian who "Hies" things generally, from a broken chair lu a human h'earl. IT, often gets him Into trouble, tint lie gets out again wila Hie characteristic IrigenuHy and athletics. Owing to delay in shipping, ''The Baltic a two-reel Paramounl-Scnnctt comedy which lo have heen anowa yesterflay snil to- day, did not arrive, Um _ he shown tomorrow. and Saturday, without fail. Leihbridge LECTURE AND RECITAL Given by LEO M. COOMBS BURGMAN'S HALL 13TH STREET NORTH Friday, Dec. 27 6.00 p.m. "Hie, North Lelhliridsc public Is conllally invited. AdinLsslon tVcc. Willis Piano Used Next Sunday Evening Sunday Concert IN THE COLONI4 THEATRE S.OQ P.M. AUSPICES GREAT WAR VETERANS ASSOC. DIRECTION MRS. H. H. JOHNSTON, L.A.B. AT THE COLONIAL. NEW SHOW AT THE COLONIAL As a special week end attraction tbe beautiful Colonial Theatre Colonial matiageinent hnve booked the new dramatic efor, Pauline Slark, in: the virile MGatern play "Until They Get Me." Mlifl' Hlark Is under the famous Tilin gift 1m tine r, erory-J where Is being 'acclaimed as one o[ the screen's greatest heaulles. vvio like plays of the vest, plays (but; lirrntfie the life and spirit of the' plains, and the Modem liable pluck of, tbe pioneer, will.revel in "Until GeL'MeV phi bally it is per- fect.- and is a typitil trjaaglfr produc- llon. On the same; bill Itmlglit 'will be !--eea the screen's greatest cometlieTino, Mahel Normand1 la her big1 comedy riot- "What the Doctor Ordered." The vaudeville bll) tboight bo headed by'tlie Colonial players In their huslnesa. He ivas born In Truro, N.S. :nFin MOOSE JAW. Dec. Green, one of known timers of Moose Jaw, Js deail. He1 Was horn ID England abd camo to Canada over -10..year3 comlug Lera.from 'lAndoit. Ho has been .staunch Liberal and ono of the load- Ing members of Ilia party In tills rtls-