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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta F1M1 PACK tl HAS PASSED M Wiw Resident of South Town for 20 Able i Man sol liers spread themselves over Kng land big and nmall hamletn for thfl BlRht days leave witti free transportation was freely grant ed from the Ixmdon was spe tdally and iavlalv Hospitality1 wns provided for the Tlift hlBBoat ontertalnmont at Albert whore two thouiftnil Do minion officers enjoyed a varitjfy en tertalnment by leading fol lowed by a dance and supper The whole cost was defrayed by a lady supporter of the Beyond thu Seas which already no mueli to makB tlio sUy of owv officers In London A JmtintlfuJ Christmas dinner was provided by every Overseas Club it free conveyance pro vided subsequently to Albert Atithe Canadian Reaver Hut in the whore many hundreds of Can udlans nightly find carol sing ing invoke the and Santa Cluus brought each man a souvenir Many men spent the day as Kliests of private families in the out skirts of Probably Cana dians wJere thus entertained tills Tram workers in Jxjndon refused to work after four In the afternoon Christmas so not a few Cana flndirg the coinpanjof their new friends in the suburbs BO con were glad to sleep the night away before the drawingroom fire after their hosts bad There was big gathering as usual for Canadian officers at Perkins Bull One of prominent citl zeno succumbed at Hoepltal this morning whnn Deceaied had been III but a short and had been brought to the city for I late Low had beoh a resll fleht of Cardston for over 20 coming to that town from Cache about the time the town was He was a very nble and the tlrte of the first provincial election he contested the convention with los ing in a clone ballot for nomi Prior to time had been one of tue rcomnjitten to Reglna on the redistribution bill under the For many years lie was manager of the Cardston later being interested in tlio wheat market at During he few years he has resided on his farm west of Cardston and had interested himself In building up ono of the best farm herds of purebred Hed Polls In the He was 60 years of Ho Is survived by his wife and the following children of Miss of CardHton and of Card ston returned soldier of the Slst Battalion of Turin of and of The remains have been forwarded to Cardston for Children Can Serve By Saving One of grtftt Morn of War is the value of Let the children by saving through Bank of Nova Scotia it no more ujfifu nest when college or bus ineu days than a substantial savings Plidup Capital RfMrre Fund RMOurces THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA KING MitiM Branch 10 A i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS President Wilson liiii rnturn lo Paris on New Hay has hftcn lie will if five for Holy M houri rot urn to as Hierc will he an In terval between his return from BUR land and tho lo I ho in iHrnllied conference By order of HIP s railroad ad ministration somu hmvlniilK of thou sands of pounds ol1 high Ixplosive Including and picnn llH property of tin 1rnnch and ItRlinn is beliif lowed out lo Sfia from Mouth and dumped mllns from i tlin The announcement by HoreiKii Min j later lhat the policy WIIR not to undertake immediate mill i tary in HMSPIH Das called forth protests from th Parisian news The Temps says that the allies in ponnlttlng the German asslstiim lo ravago asid destroy those opposiMs vif 111 M 1fl HlUVi itjjlfi t dd In hlfl new I Irodm ed by th TrlaiiRln on fronh llfo dnft lonelier IMramount Mnns it will prove to li mi iiinifinil iltrac which to hf displayed at I Starland tonlfchl and writ j several coivi ill he in tnn by Marion Kairfax and John IM ilic Tile dirrclcd by PlayrM nnw ofliring toniglll will agalti score with a of a unit com nn Arabian no degree hns h fill or IPSH artistK AT THK The artnicllons at 111 Majestic Theatre for New Ycar 1 milliner and will he the Itnymond Iminiiii prcscui by Hoy and lntnrim Hnth Kleveus in tlio threeact Tin Stubborn Motor Whilsi Ihe till of th play does not convey tin piny itself offers an oiiportiinliy to spend pleasant time at Hie ten by Anlhony it Is hrlnij fill of rapid fire i snappy dinj nnd really funny A j large and capable cast of wellUnowji local playern will he seen In which will be AT THE j The special weekend They 5et which was to I r on of opened the Colonial lost wan i V I ared of unavoidably delayed in ar Alaiy i jjvjijjr Ifito foy liiiii AT THK to bf the Thealte today and Sat urday as his milliondollar pieltire marlc for th Klrl National Kxhibitor clover Inter niiliKling of laiiRhpiovoUliiK tiie ilraiiui anil natho of The story pictured in W Anns Chaplin through all tli training ixperiencfs of recruit and then blown him into a first HIT prepared for action wilh at nrniiiinpiii by which be could be taken for a a fl chain n or f rliown at I This equipment liWlstltulil his of wliat a doughboy shouU have and lie is prepanM for every from rootles am rats lo flooding o1 his Also other good MAJESTIC i 1st MATINEE NIGHT AT rlvBr She waiilbrown over a and will positively he shown tonight THE CANADIAN SALT LIMITED r BOLSHEVIK TAKEN warship Caylpso captured two Bolchevikl dettroyera In the eatt ern according to an offi cial report from admiralty to One of the was engaged In bombarding light houses in the vicinity of EXPECTED FEDERAL HOUSE WILL MEET AROUND Parlia ment will be it is ex for the second week lunch dun given by Premier Lloyd George President Wilson an opportunity ot meeting various government officials dining aiiowbanlt and broke her A iiiantity of llQiior by the VHinitobii authorities In th cellar of the Winnipeg law Two cases disappeared on last while fresh ouizures were be ins moved to tbe and on brlst mas Eve the door of the storeroom was broken the stock over hauled and Ihe beM of Ihe whiskey vsatt In connection with reports from Copenhagen tliiil an Araericon fleet would shortly arrive Secrctaiy of the Navy Daniels said that the scout cruiser Chester and u few submarine chasers bad been ordered to Copen hagen merely as a visit of courtesy He said the visit had not significance will respect to conditions in Russia Montreal brewers have decided to ask the federal government to rescind the orderiucouncll stopping the man ufacture of beer after January They argue that the was a war regulation to save The Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company is Riven authority to mine in certain localities under Syd ney belonging to the Dominion Coal In Us decision avail1 this the government and Saturday lit th In Until They let Me ilnd o new Ianline acclaimed by critics as the newest Monday ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS DANCE On New Years Eve DANCING TILL REFRESHMENTS MISS ARNOLDS ORCHESTRA For Invitations Phone 1792 ROY 3KOU3EN PRESENTS MISS RUTH STEVENS SUPPORTED BY THE RAYMOND DRAMATIC SOCIETY IN THE CYCLONIC COMEDY DRAMA IN THREE ACTS THE STUBBORN MOTOR CAR BY ANTHONY WILLIS PRICES TONIGHT i 7 and When the room was Premier George returned to it with his guests to receive from the Bar and Countess of Albemarle a copy of the portrait of George painted by aDln follows the main recommendations of as director of mining order recently issued by the rail way war board that all freight charges Lloyd should he prepaid and credit ouuuivi given for only 90 when a suflic ient bond is presented to the transpor tation has been held tempor arily The order was to have come t of George puiuiuu me Pealein The copy was presented mto effect on but owing to A is nadian ivianuiai to the prime The original is in the United States i The object of the presentation was to commemorate the entry of the Unit ed States into the present The portrait was unveiled by President There were no formalities and no To a representative of the Associated Press who witnessed from the Canadian Manufac rarers7 was not In the best interests of the the date of its effectiveness has been sot at March Alfred mail driver at Artlia baska was bound in tbe police court at Quebec to the grand jury on a charge of stealing two mail bags tne Associated a caiuec the unveiling Premier Lloyd George his own wagon in October pointed out the pictures of Burke and He claimed at the time two mask 1 Fox on another wall of the bandits held him up at the point that the room only needed a pic a Tbe mail pouches were recovered intact in a bole by the road policy in the revolutionary The Earl and Countess of Albemarle and the other guests departed after AT the party returned to the drawing Sessue Hayakawu is one of the most leaving President Wilson alone a actord on tho screen Premier Lloyd George and intenge restrained and highly ar retary The three men then otthc roles in Para went into conference to discuss rtuuul ious problems confronting the peace As President Wilson arrived the doorway of 10 Downing Street or hit support Oi his ride back to the and and crowd which had waited Waul COLONIAL WHERE THEY MAKE YOU WELCOME TONIGHT The Western Picture Supreme PAULINE STARK IN UNTIL THEY GET ME Do You Like Pictures That Hold Your Interest Until the Last Flash This is One GOOD COLONIAL PLAYERS IN GETTING UNMARRIED JESSIE GAY SOPRANO I Limit mount pictures for which lie hns been cast for a long lime have stamped him indelibly as an histrionic artist ingly for hours for his raised another great There were shortly after starred in The able following which ho ap raisaa anotner great yas u e shouts ot Wilson and good peared as tne in many Para i car and waved his hand as be drove T 1 Grain Fed Beef Gram Fed Pork Mutton Some Very Choice Lamb A FULL LINE OF Geese and Fowl Thete not cold but all Plenty to Laid from ORDER THE HOME OF HIQHCLA8S OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SAY SOLDIERS SHIELD THE GUIL1Y barkatton officers here state with erence to the complaints of the men j returning on the Regina as set forth an Interview given out by at ilat complaints of stewards selling to soldiers on troop ships not by any means that every fort to stamp out the practice is ing and that considerable provement has been work of the officials who have matter in hand has been considerably I it Is because of a josltion of the soldiers to shield the entity On a recent voyage elaborate traps were Bet to catch the but without success and while food was sold as formerly and while corn paints came the complainants re fusbil to identify tbe responsible As regards the selling of Red CroiH disembarkation officers here state that no Red Cross comforts are distributed among the men on return ing troop ships either or in Kiig FINDLAY REFUSED TO GIVE EVIDENCE formtr prohibition com refused to Ustlfy at the Inquiry into alleged Illicit importation liquor Into the province this and was committed to jail for contempt of court by Juetlce Clement Flndlay wae led from the court room by provincial acterizations various and so He is an artist makeup and not only an emotional star but a come dian as as lie proved when ho BARRIERS TO BEER AND LIGHT WINE TRADE ARE NOT LIFTED is absolutely no truth in the rumor that tlio federal govern ment intends cancelling tho re strictions on Interprovlnolal trade in and light president of tiie privy stated to that in order to do this it would be necessary to cancel u portion of tho orderincouncll dealing with the manufacture and solo of such and no action in this direction has been Also Other Special Selected including AUCE NO ADVANCED IN NOTECritics pronounce Shoulder Chaplins and Funniest TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Stssut MAYAKAVA Many Law Ptvumount jfitclun AND THE BATTLE ROYAL A TWOREEL PARAMOUNT SENNETT Next Sunday Evening Sunday Concert IN THE COLONIAL THEATRE AUSPICES GREAT WAR VETERANS DIRECTION TOBACCO FOR THE BOYS NURSING AND AID FOR THE THE AMATEURS RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY WILL PRESENT FOUR LITTLE PLAYS ENTITLED THE CHANGELING THE COLLABORATORS By DauyWcGeoch Tuwley THE IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Tonight and Saturday Night 27th and 28th COMMENCING AT A write thn uame of the soldier on the back with voui own hand in at the Theatre and well It you cannot attend the performance S v i tklwt nnl mull it to Allan SOS 7th Ave uny Ume and a parcel will go forward to the boy iVvm wisli tluproceiidJ of the ticket to go to tile Nursing NurKlng Miaalon on Ihe left blank will help lao tobacco ;