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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHRR1DGR Victory Loan Reduced The Savings Deposits Tho principal are Ileservo hmil police deposits Note circulation i Demand deposits Deposits outside Canada Current Coin Dominion noten iMpmtt central gold reser Call Joans In Canada Call loans outside Canada Current taans In rurrent loann Hi Canada total liabilities Total assets 1918 1 1918 1 1H17 IROOPSlOKeOKi SparUcns Group to Declare Overthrow of the Ebert Government ARE Talier In addition to vail tonight that the would make Thursday to At 11 oclock tonight the mant out crderato troopa n Berlin to hold In Spartacua have the Pruwlan war mlnlatry in with 18 machine on OTTAWA official ot he military department to whom the aKflry was referred de crlbed allesaMbn about the food sold aboard ship as a criminal out How do these men know foml them was government food he astedl Is there no other food soli on ttift skll Abatement of this kind reflects on thVfirltlsh who havo all these ships under ebnrier I ihlnk when thin charge is Investigated will be found that the food was not what had been laid In for the men a al I am sure a uMps master wouli not tolerate the practice complalner 9 Touching mi tho complaint of incon venlences on the railway t ho official said tho government ull the bed clothing required for over night tourneys on the The rillwaVs found it difficult to solve this he remarked so the tnilitla department undertook to supply all skepiiiK As to the icV with regard to the double win dows on the it is quite trtSHlble that the coaches lacked double In This Is explained through the heavy demand for coaches and the rush to get the men home pre venting any opportunity to fix them up All these Inconveniences are rap idly being fixed There is bound to be kicks for a Coughlanfl nhlpyardH will open for work on Monday morning after a lasting ten during Hmn the ployees have approximately 000 in This announcement was made noon today by one of Mm heads of the who stated Hot as a ryult of the firm And the War Veterans Association the settlement had ben arrived atThe men walked out on December re suiting from the L employee named Henry Anderson a returned Anderson will bo reinstated upon certain force romedy Oetllni tho popular will hoard In new ATlriiiT PRIVATE AT THE MAJESTIC An that enjoyed fivnry every and the wnoic filled tlio Majestic lant night to JIMus1 military comedy Irlvate It IK to that it was bald to that uvery member of the ens t wan a boy who bud done his hi In j so well thny fit respeotlvo To Kergt m II T I I ant t mo hero EMPRESS TONIGHT Rhotilder second Thai UP Chaplin mllliondollflr In he shown tho Knvpreas Theatre to ilav his experiences nnil mr it i TS nn American from the time he the rookie squad unit as a finish military be m he volunteers fora 99 ing Camouflaged M IK Invarton enemy woodchopping party disguised as tree with disastrous rhnrllo Is finally ft P torn French He cape by turning tha tables P i accompanied by Kirl who befriends rofnge In what proves to be tM rsi of the General Crown and Tpn HIT fi ta lilE hearted follow the AMERICAN in No Mans and finally In The play is perfectly in five acts and elfrtit with all costumes and military equip 25The American legation here was Informed American warships would urrive j at Copenhagen probably It was said they would remain here sev1 eral days on their way into Bal tic SOLDIERS SHARED MEALS WITH BELGIAN CHILDREN m They AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT Aftistic Picture 1 in the suppression of the Ma jority Socialist H was an nounced by the Spartacus group to Uwht that ihelr would proclaim the overthrow of the Ebert tomorrow During the past few days Se Radical elements have endeavored to suppress the Vorwaerts ot jits opposition to the ENDORSE BRITISH PLAN British oovernments plan to establish a ewlsn home land In was endorsed by the Jewish and Ministers Association of America and the Federation of Orthodox which began a con vention here yesterday ITALYS LOSSES NEW total Irfsses In dead of missing and prisoners aggregate according to Ugo PHoareiio of the Italian who arrived recently on a mission for VANCOUVER PIONEER DEAD The other day on the road some miles out of Brussels over which section of the Uelgian army was marching through the evacuated ter ritory recently held by the in the picture Platinoid and French Ivory photo frames in any A large variety of colored prints by all the oW DOLLS You need not your dolls out of town to haveonly minor repairs We repair no matter what It for the cost of transDorlatton to out ot town pioneer sawmill owner ana business died at home here yesterday In his 72nd year Deceased came to this city from Winnipeg in April engaging with Robert son in the building and contracting He was born In OLDTIMER DEAD MOOSE one of fliebest known timers of Moose is 1 was born in England and came to over 40 coming I here from He has been a staunch Liberal and one tho lead members of the party in this dis JCllLlj Haw at meal time a number ot sol iers sharing their rations with the hlldron of the village in wh ch they vere then Especially I no iced did these kiddies relish the anned meat which is the soldiers are I saw some of the women of he place exchanging whlcn hev had managed to hide from the for Jam and butter from the irmv It heart leed to see what these people had to and which they wit still have to undergo unless food and clothing is aent to them Already the weather IK bitmgly cold and all the women and chil dren I have seen are clad in the poor est of Those families that had money found It useless to thenVeither for the purchase of food or Not only did the enemy ofl all food supplies but also all stocks of raw material and that which was made leaving the people in the dirsst want and unable through any means to obtain The above is part of a letter from a Y M C worker and was printed recently in an English AT The thousands ot admirers of Doug las the genial athletic Art craft who will be seen n his newest ai Btarland will find this pic ture one of the most delightful they ever have not only because it prescnta Fairbanks In a new and novel but because of the ennobling message of its of winning happiness by making other The situations of this unusual story are at once impressive and mirth provoking to a Fairbanks essays the role of a man who fixes things from a broken chaii to a human It often gets him into but ho gets out again with the characteristic Fairbanksjan Ingenuity and Owing to delay in The Battle a wonderful tworeel ParamountSennett comedy which was to have been shown yesterday and to did not will be shown tomorrow and without Tiiosn who appreciate what the boys have done for and who still warm spot In their for soldier will be amply repaid North Lethbridge LECTURE AND RECITAL Given by LEO COOMBS BURGMANS HALL 4W 13TH STREET NORTH 27 Next Sunday Eveninj Sunday Concert IN THE THEATRE AUSPICES GREAT WAR VETERANS DIRECTION The North Lethbridpe public Is cordially Admission A FARCICAL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS IN THE UNITED NORTH LETHBRiDGE Uaed was pi intcu It is but one smill incident the liberation of Belgium from the AT THE NEW SHbW AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT As a special week end attraction at the beautiful Colonial Theatre the Colonial management have booked the new dramatic Pauline S ark m the virile western play Until They Get Miss Stark is under the famous and everv where is being acclaimed as one of Sie screens greatest Those who like Plays of the west plays that hroaOie the life and spirit of the plains and the indomitable pluck of the revel in Until They Cet FltoWKrapinbally it is per and is a typitol triangle produc the same bill tonight will be the screens greatest Mabel Norniand in her big comedy riot What the Doctor The vaudeville bill tonight will be headed by the Colonial players in their MAJESTIC TONIGHT your Last Chance to See the Great Military Comedy Drama PRIVATE v r ADMISSION Children 50c Adultt ALL RESERVED Alberta Picture Gallery Phone Hull Block r f Lord Rosebery says Thrift is the surest and strongest foundation of an so and so neces sary that no great can long exist that disregards Thus does this eminent British statesman reecho the words of the wise of all The need of thrift has not been out The greatest ot finan ciers today say that thrpugli It chiefly will the nations recover ironi the effects of the Great Ot Lilt liUcl terrors of the Boclie and but the merest glimpse of conditions that prevail in Belgium is no in minimizing the need of the Belgian people today their want is as great as any time in the past tour nno the only help they can hope to receive come through the countries who have Stood side by side with her In defeating tho Belgium today is stripped nil her food stocks her land is barren and her industries destroyed and rendered livery effort is being made by the Belgian government to start the wheels of her factories and workshops turning again and to arrange credits with which to import food to feed her but all these things take and it is to bridge this period be tween now and the time Belgium feed and clothe that an ap peal is made to the peoples of the allied countries to send clothing to these people to keep them from starvation during the All contributions shouldbe sent to your local or direct to the Cen tral Belgian Relief 59 Peter TOBACCOTpRTHEjOYS A m A rrriTnc1 MUrRHI FOUR LITTLE PLAYS Entire Cast Splendid Scenic Production THE DRAMATIC HIT OF THE HERE HE IS IN HIS LATEST SEIZE PLANT OF VORWAERTS IN BERLIN editor ial rooms and the publishing plant of the Socialist Vorwaprts were seized and occupied atv 10 oclock by members of the Spartacus J WILL LAND PASSENGERS traiw port officers have been advised that 10 steamer quarantined ecauso ot a caso of smallpox on will dock early this afternoon or the purpose of landing her passen The Northland has nearly 1000 oldiers on The inauguration wasannounced at Barilla by presl lent of the Imperial Oil of a plan of cooperative partnership betwoun the company and its six thou sand employees in a aort of industrial Winnipeg property owners have In atructed A to move an injunction to restrain tlwi city from paying over the grant of voted by the city council to the Navy Prices 75c 50c COLONIAL TONIGHT BIG NEW SHOW t Lethbridge Appearance of the New Dramatic Star PAULINE STARK In the Virile Western Play UNTIL THEY GET ME ALSO LONESOME LUKE llN A ROARING COMEDY AND THE LATEST OFFICIAL WAR GAZETTE New Vaudeville Features Head ed by the Breezy Comedy Getting Unmarried ADDED ATTRACTION MABEL NORMAND ENTITLED THE CHANGELING By Jacobs THE COLLABORATORS By McGeoch CINDERS By Lay THE PLAYGOERS By Pinero IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday and Saturday Evenings December 27th and 28th A AH will help the tobacco PAY STARTING Same J THE ONE AND ONLY CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN SHOULDER SECOND OF MILLION A FIRST NATIONAL AT THE EMPRESS TOMORROW AND SATURDAY NO IN PRICES ;