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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Till: UvilUWIIXiK DAILY PAGE FIVfi Dec. fiul fliers spread, Ihemnelves ofor BUB land's! Ulj; cftiea. anil small fa Ilio holiday. Eight days' leave, wit trnnspoitiillou was rreeljr grant ed from tho camps. Ixu'don1 was siie clally crowded, and iavialv was provided'for the Tbn at, Albert llnll, where two thousand pa- minion a variety 'en- tertainment by loading jilarn. fol- lowed by a tea, dance and' supper. wliolo cost was defrayed by a lady supporter of the Beyond thu Boas Association, which -already has, done to raucli to wake tlio stay o( overseas officers in !.ondon happy. A bountiful Christmas dinner was provided by. every Overseas Club in with free conveyance pro- vided subsequently In Albert Hall. Canadian Heaver Hut in Ibe SVas Jtesidcnl of Suulh Town for 20 Able Man One ot Cardstou'B prouilu'eiit clli- zenu succumbed at, Hospital lliln morning whea J. yuaned aivay. Deceased had been 111 but a short lime, and had been brouKnt to tho city for treatment. i 'fiie late J. I1. Low liid ueoii a rcsl- flenl ol Cardetoii, for.over it years, coming lo that -town Cache Valley, Utah, auout the tlino, Ihe town wns founded. H? a' very able man, and Ihe IWe ot tho first provincial election he .conleeted Hie convention with J. W. Wooif, los- ing out In a close billot for Jhe nomi- nation. Prior la he had liciiii one of the cownjitleo to Retina on Ihe redistribution bill under Urn N. W. T. Acl. For many years ho was manager of the Oardston .Mer- cantile, later bohiK Interested in Strand, where many hundreds of Car. iidlaus nightly find lodging, carol sine- ing the inmates, and Santa Claus brought each man a souvenir llany men spent the as quests of private fanill'es in tho out- akirls b! Probably 600 C'wu- (Hans 'thus entertained this Christinas: Tram workers in London refused to after four In the afternoon Christmas Day, so not a few. dlans. flndirs'the company of their new friends iii the suburbs so con- genial, were glad to sleep Ihe night away .before the drawing-room fire after their hoais bad retired. Thare ivas 5 big gathering as usual for Canadian olficers at Perkins Bull Hospital, Piidiej-. wheat market at; WrOslon. During Ihe past few years, he has resided on his farm west of liardslon and had interested himself In building up one of Ihe beet farm herds of .pure-bred Red Polls in the province. He was about CO years of age, lie is survived, by his wife and the following children: Mrs, 1.. Jlyrte of Scollard, Alia.; Miss Annie, of Cards ton; J. W. and O. of Card Eton; S. H. Low, a vot.uriied soldier ol the 31st' IJatlalibn; S. K. Low, o1 Turin; I. W. 'Haymoud, G. 0. Low. of OarslamJ. t The remains- have been tonvaideu to CardBton for-Inlerraonl Children Can Serve By Saving One of ihe leBons of thi! War ii ihe of Thrift. Let ihe children kwn it too, by saving through of Nova ScotU ac- count. There is no more, whtn college or bus- days come, than a substantial savings account. Fiid-iip Cifiul I2.WI.COO Rewurcti I THE BANK OF I 1 NOVA SCOTIA 'w. D. KING Manlier l.etbbtidje Draneh LONDON, Dec British .warship CaylpsoVaVciptured two Bolthevikl destroyers .In. the east- trn Baltic, aceorcjlha tb aii offi- cial report from to- day. Ont of the was engaged In bg'mbardlhg light- houses iii the Reval. EXPECTED FEDERAL HOUSE WILL'MEET AROUND FEB.- 15. Ottawa. Uecj, ?Parlfa- .rnent will ex- pected, for tho second week in Februar: V v No. 1 Grain Fed Beef Some Very Choice A FULL LINE OF Turkeys, Ducks, Fowl In III? new program i-.fier in New Produced by the Triangle Company, on trench Hffi with deft toiicta i( President hla return lo Paris Day lias been rcarraueed. lie will Icive lor Itnly 21 hour, after relum- ing to -Paris, afi there will lie- an In- terval between I'ls from Kng- iliwl aud Ihe prolinilnarliii lo HID In- j ler-nllicd conference' Hy order (he 1'- S- railroad ad- ministration ttome of lliou- 1 sa'HdB of pounds ot'lileli exploflve raalcrlal, Including V. N. T. aud picric acid, Ibo property of llm 1'runcli and Italian governments, Is lielng toweil out lo tea from Somli Atnboy, S..J., and ilumiK'd oferlioanl. 55 mllcE Irom 'tile ehore. I The aauouncement liy foreign Min- ister I'lcbon lhat entente policy was not to undertake immediate mill- I lary iulervchtlon in Hussla lias called i protests from the Parisian 1 nipers. The Temps says that the allies In1 permuting die Holshevibi with Cierman lo ravagu land dcsiruv those ff illd "MasMmijta Togo." Paramount "Th'! While Man's it will prove lo be an unusual altrac- rne anll of war. L-aw." which Is lo lie displayed at I lion. I piclurod in SitarlaiKl tonight and tomorrow. sPvc.ral BOI.-J comedies, will be In- i ail H. ten by Marlon Fail-lax ant! John I on (he bill. Tile ivwilalj lllf, ...iperlencm ot a reorutt Drowuc illi'fltsU'il by J nifprine ttmlEhi win players' a noilrayal ot "OUiiit: a lifal an A. (Jliengls- and in skctcli. no degree lias lie IWOUK: lorr [ul or less arllHtic. THK EMI'HKSS. AT TJIK MAJESTIC. The' auracllons at Theatre for New Year's Day, Janunry I (luatlnc-o and niglitl, will lie Ihe llaymojid Dramatic Koojuty, nroERiit- ed by Hoy N. Hkotu'en, and fnaiiiriiiK lllss Hutli Stevens i" the three-act comedy ilrarua. "The Stubborn Moloi Car." Whilst Ihe tllli- of the play docs not convey niucli, piny it offers an opportunity lo spend a pleasant time at the lliealre. leu by Anihoay Wilis. It la hrliii-( fill of rapid fire comedy, auaiipy dia- logue, and really funny situations. A large and capable cast of well-knowji local players will lie scon In. the play, which will be AT TUB COLONIAL. Tin- siieclal week-end feature, "I'n- 'rkai, M.i uhh-h was to have >st night, V.'IIH ar- ilde the Ki urday picltiri KxlllW ralnfiii to Ic KUOWII at today and Sat- ,s his second million-dollar made for the, l-'lrsl National OI-E' firuilt. I.- a deivr Inter- K uf iaiiBh-nrovokliii! biirlfsijui! i unil ilieu blows him into a first lin trench, prepared for ac-.tlon wllh a armament by which lie i-oiild lie nil taken for a'soldier, a cook, a diail berniaut. .1 milkman, a valet, or pliimbi'V. Thts equipment donsliluli ills idea of ivlial a doughboy shouH have and doMii'i He is preijarci for every exigency, from c.notici am rau In Ihe flooding of bin ilugnul. Also other good MAJESTIC JAN. 1st MATINEE AT ,2.30 NIGHT AT 8.30 river bonk. was thrown over u snowbank and broke her neck. A iiualitlty of li'tuor LONDON', Dec. lunchdon given by Premier Lloyd Oeorge gavo President Wilson an opportunity of meeting various government, officials [lining -_____ Lloyd ,to It with his guest? to receive from the Earl Countess of Albema-rle a copy of the portrait Manitoba aiilhqrltles is.stored In the cellai- of Ihc" WinniycK law courts. Two cases disappeared on Monday I last while fresh seizures were in- moved to the cellar, and on Christ- mas Eve the door of the stororoora was broken open, the stock over- hauled; and Ihe beet of. the wlnsVey v.-as-stolen. In connection wllh reports from Copenhagen thai an American lleet would-shortly arrive there, hecretari of the Navy Daniels said thai Ihe EC-out! cruiser Chester aud a few submarine chasers had been ordered to Copen- hagen merely as a visit of courtesy, lie said the visit had not significance wilt) respect to conditions in Russia. -.-Montreal brewers have decided to ask Hie federal government to rescind the prder-in-council stopping the man- ufacture of beer after January 1, 1313. They argue that (he measure was war regulation to save food. Scotia Steel and Coal Obiripany is given authority to mine coal.i'n certain localities under Syd- ney iWbor. belonging to the Dominion Coal Company.''In decision avail- able.' this afternoon, the government u'lli positively be tonight and Saturday at the Colonial. In "Until They (iet Me" we ilnd a now Pauline Btark, acclaimed critics as Ihe newest screen! beauty. ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS DANCE On New Years Eve DANCING 9.00 TILL 2.00 REFRESHMENTS MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA For Invitations Phons 1792 ROY N. SKOUSEN PRESENTS MISS RUTH STEVENS SUPPORTED EY THE RAYMOND DRAMATIC SOCIETY IN.THE CYCLONIC COMEDY DRAMA IN THREE ACTS THE STUBBORN MOTOR CAR PRICES-. BY ANTHONY E. WILLIS MATINEE, ALL SEATS NIGHT........................... 50c 75c, tills aiieinuuii, folloVs the main recommendations of j C. Ai Magralh, as director of mmiuB j operations. I The order recently issued by the rail-1 way war board that all freight charges: hereifter should be prepaid and credit: given for only SO days, when a sufflc- Sent bond !s presented tb the transuov- j talion company, lias'been held lempor- The order was to have come ot painted t by The order was to have come Peale'in 1783. "The copy was presented effect OD Jan. 1, but owing 10 a, is ian Manufac- to the prlma minister. The original. Is in the United States senile. The object of the presentation was to commemorate the 'entry" of tho Unit- ed States into the present war. The portrait was unveiled by 1'resident ,Vllsou.- There were no formalities and no speeches. To a representative of the Associated Press who witnessed u0 ee Drotest from the Canadian Manufac- in turers' was not in urers s.. the best interests of Jhe country, the date of to has. been set at March 1, 1915- Alfred Mould, mail driver at. Arlln- uasba' was bound 'over -in the police court ai Quebec to the grand Jury on a charge 'of 'stealing 'two mail bags a the unveiling Premier Lloyd George [roni his own wagon .Sll October last. pointed out the- pictures ot Burke and Hc claimed at the time that two mask- Foi on another. wall of the room, bandits held him up at the point of Inr that the room only needed a pjc- lure of Pltl to make complete tlie group of. men who opposed England's policy In the revolutionary' .war. The Earl and Countess of Albemarle and the, other guests departed after the party returned to the drawing room, leaving President Wilson alon.o vith. Premier Lloyd George and Sec rotary Bolfour. The three men .then went Into .to discuss, var- ious problems confronting the.peace congress. As Prudent Wiison arrived atfthe doorway of No. 10 Downing Street ton a revolver. The mail pouches were recovered intact iii a hole by the road- side. AT STARliAND. Sessue Hayakawa is one of the most actors on the'screen today COLONIAL THEY-MAKE YOU WELCOME" TONIGHT The Western Picture Supreme PAULINE STARK IN "UNTIL THEY GET ME" Bo You Like Pictures That Hold Your Interest Until the J-ait Flash! This is One! GOOD COMEDIES. COLONIAL PLAYERS IN 'GETTING'UNMARRIED JESSIE GAY SOPRANO pOllblltMl His intense, restrained and tislic rendition ot the roles in Para- mount pictures for which he has lieon j cast for, a long time have stamped, hlni indelibly as an histrionic artist back to the palace, and tha "ad- crowd which had: waited uncomplain- Ingly for hours for his reappearance, raised another great cheer. There ive'ro :Mr. Hayakawa j his first big hit in support ol raniij Ward in "The Cheat." and shortly after starred In "The Honor- able following he ap- Bhouts of and "good'old ueared as the_ star ra Wilsou." Tho president, his hat oft.j mount (bowed and smiled. He walked to lemnnE car and waved his hand as he dro off. t R, .Hindu. Mexican, aud so on. He is. an artist in make-up and not only 'an emotional star hut a come- dian as well, as lie proved when he AND TOMORROW Other Special S.l.ctcd Reels, Including ALICE HOWELL MO ADVANCE IN PRICES. NOTE-Crilics pronounce. "ShoaUier Arms" Chaplin's Funniest Achievement. BARRIERS TO BEEB AND LIGHT WINE TRADE ARE NOT LIFTED Ottawa, Dec. 2S.-Th.cr9 is absolutely .no truth in the rumor that the federal govern- Thiie are-not cold storage, but are all. freih killed. Plenfy to choote :'frorn. New Laid from tht Experimental f -J .ORDER THE HOME OF HIGH CLASS MEATS OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL trade in beers and light Hon. N. W. Rowell, president of the privy council, stated to- night that in order to do this it HALIFAX, Nr.S., Dec. barkation officers here state with ref erenco to tbe complaints of the. Int an Interview given out by .J. Wyaon.Dysoh, .nt Calgary, tfat complaints of stewards 'fooil to soldiers on troop ships are', lot by any means itejv, that every lugni. on to stamp out the practice is he-x- would be necessary to cancel 11 ng mado and that considerable Ini-U portion of the ordcr-ln-councll p'rovement has been effected., dealing with the manufacture) work of the officials who have, and aalcot such liquors, and no maltcf in hand has been considerably action In this direction has larapered. It Is said, because of a osltion of tbe soldiers lo shield the ;nllly sleTvards, On a recent voyage elaborate traps ivere sel to catch the -stcwnrils, hat without'success-and stMd as formerly" and Vwhile com- came -In, tho complainants re- ftisicd to Identify the responsible men.. As regards tbo selling ot Red Crossl .supplies, disembarkation officers tierel stale that no Red Cross comforts (ire! distributed among the men on relum- ing troop here.or in FCng- land. tosuE WAYAKAVA Many Law been taken. TOBACCO FOR THE BOYS AND AID FOR THE NURSING MISSION. v AND "THE BATTLE ROYAL" A TWO-REEL PARAMOUNT- SENNETT SCREAM. FINDLAY REFUSED TO GIVE EVIDENCE VANCOUVER, Dec. C. Flndlay, former prohibition com- missioner, refused to testify at the inquiry into the alleged illicit, importation ot. liquor Into Ihe province this afternoon, and was committed to jail .for tonlempl of court by Mr. Juttlc: Clement. Findlsy was led from the court- room by provincial officers. Next Sunday Evening Sunday Concert IN THE COLONIAL THEATRE 9.00 P.M. AUSPICES GREAT WAR VETERANS ASSOC. DIRECTION MRS. H. H. JOHNSTON, L.A.B. (MB. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY) 1 WILL PRESENT FOUR LITTLE PLAYS ENTITLED "THE CHANGELING" -By W.Jacobs "THE Daisy McGeoch "CINDERS" By y "THE By A. W. Pmero I.N T4E MAJESTIC THEATRE Tonight and Saturday Night December. 27th and 28th wish the proceed, of tbe ticket to go to the Nur JHssion OTile "Nursing Mission" on the back. Tkke-ls left blank will help the tobacco fuid.________________________ TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL DRUG STORES ;