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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IJiTHBRIDGF DAILY TlT>nALn PAGE FIVE l-ONDON',' poc. 27.-eanadian sol-Alers spread, .IhemBelvea ovpr Bng-laiid'a big citiei^.and Hmall hfin>leta for the UoUday. . EiglU days' leave ,wltli ifree trunsiportlitloii was frtely granted from the camps. I^ffdQij; was- specially crowdeiiJ;,-and lavish' hospitality was provlded'fof. the troop*., Th.>*.> ? * -Sf {>> > ^ TP PCUUTRY 7  No. I Gram^^^^ Some Very Choice Lamb Children Can Serve By Saving ' One of the'great leMons of this War is the value of Thrift. Lot the children learn it, too, by saving through a Bank of Nova Scotia ac count, .There is no more useful "nest /egg," when college or bus' > ineis days come, than a substantial savings accouht. Ftid.up Capital $ 6,$00,000. .Rewnre Fund . 13,000,000 Reiources . . 130,000.000 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA W. D. KING Manager Lethbridge Branch iOAi A FULL LINE OF Turkeys, Ducks, Chkk^^s, Geese and Fowl These are-hot cold storage, but are all freah killed. Plenty to chooae ' "fi-olTi. New Laid Eggs from the Experimental fjarrn'r'^' .ORDER. EARLY. ' THE HOME.OF .HIQiH-CLASS |y�EAT-S OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL  LONDON, Dec. 27.-The lunchdoii given by Premier Lloyd George gilve President Wilson an opportunity of meeting various government officials and p^rty leaders. When the dining room was cleared, Premier Lloyd George returned to it with his guests to receive from the Bart and Countess of Albemarle a copy of the portrait of George, Washington, painted by Peaie' in 1783. Tlie copy was presented to the prime minister. The orlgliiai is in the United States, senate. ( , The object of - the presentation was to commemorate the entry of the United States Into the present war. The portra/t was unveiled > by President Wilson, There were no formalities and no speeches. To a representative faf the Associated Press who witnessed the ,\invellfng Premier Lloyd George pointed out the pictures of Burke and Fox on another,wall of the room, saying that the' room only needed. a picture of Pitt to make complete the group of men who opposed England's policy in tlie revolutionary war. The EJarl and Countess of Albemarle and the other guests departed after the party returned to the drawing room, leaving President Wilson aloji,?, �with Premier Lloyd George and Secretary Balfour. The three men then went into conference to discuss various problems confronting the peace congress. Aa President Wilson arrived at i the doorway of No. 10 Downing Street for hia ride back to the palace, and the crowd whicl> had waited uncomplainingly for hours for his reappearance, raised another great cheer. There we're shouts of "Wilson" and "good old Wilson." The president, his hat off, bowed and smiled. He walked to his oar and waved his hand as he drove off. SAY SOLDIERS SHIELD THEGOILIYSeHRDS HALIFAX, N.S., Dec. 27J-Disembarkation officers here state with reference to the complaints of the. men 'returning on the Regina as set forth ' i^'an interview given out by W. � J. Dyepn.Dysoii, at Calgtiry, yesterday,' i^at complaints of stewar.da selling . food to soldiers on troop 'ships are not by any means new, that every effort to stamp out the practice is being made and that considerable iiii-/provement has been effected. The work of the officials who hav^^ this, matter In hanid ha!s been considerably , hampered, it is said, because Of a'dis-I position of the soldiers to shield tlie guilty, stewards. On a recent voyage elaborate ti-abs, Avere aet. to catch the .'Stewarils, bat without/suocess:-and while "fpiiS{ 861d as. formerly ahdii/'whilfe^ 'coirii ^ paints came tn, the complainants re-jfus^dto identity the resijDnsible men. I As regards tb?,selling of Red Croes Uupplies, disembarkation officers "^erc state that no Red Cross comforts are distributed among, the men on retUriii-ing troop ships'elther here, or in England. ', , � , .."f ; i'reBiiieiit Wilson'n program after Ilia return to Paris on New Years Day has been rearranyed. fJe will leave for Italy 24 hours after returning to .Paris, as then; will be an interval between his return from England and the preliniiimriM to the iii-ter-alUed conference By order of . liip drama and pathos of war. The story pictured in 'Shoufdei' .�\rms" takes Chaplin Ihroufth all nj. the training expeflences of a recl'itit' and Mien blows liiin into a first lini , trench, prepared for action with at i armameni by which he could 'be mis � taken for .i soldier, a cook, a chani j bermald. a milkman, a valet,' ot; t plumber, 'I'bls equipment dhnstltlite/ his Idea of what a doughboy shouU have and rioe.sn't get. He is preparct for every exigency, [rom cooties am rats to the flooding oT his dugout. Also other good pictures. AT THE COLONIAL. Tile special week-end feature, "tin. ti! They Get Me," which was to bare opened at tlie Colpnial last night, was iinavoidabiy delayed in shipment, arriving too late for last night's show. Il0'\s'ever, It arrlv/ed on time today, and will positively be shown tonight and Saturday at the Colonial. In "Until They Get Me" we tind a now star, Pauline Stark, acclaimed by critics as the 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 Phone 1792 AT ^TARLAND. SessUe Hayakawa i.'s one of the most polished actors on the screen today. Hia intense, restrained and highly artistic rendition of the roles in Paramount pictures for which he has been cast for a long time have stamped him iiidelibly as an histrionic artist of tha first degree. Mr. Hayakawa made his first big hit in support of Fanny Ward in "The Cheat," and shortly after starred In "The Honorable Friend," following which he appeared as the star iti many Para-mbiiut .plays. Always he has excelled In hiSi.work, lending himself to characterizations of'various types, .lapan-ese. -'Hindu, Mexican, and so on. He,is. an artist in make-up and not only an emotional star but a comedian as well, as he proved when be COLONIAL "WHERE THEY- MAKE YOU WELCOIVIE" TONIGHT The Western Picture Supreme PAULINE STARK "UNTIL THEY GET ME" Do You Like Pictures That Hold Your Interest Until the J.ast Flash? This Is One! GOOD COMEDIES. c COLONIAL PLAYERS IN ^GEHING UNMARRIED' JESSiE GAY - SOPRAfJo * ? >'> > '> '> * BARRIERS TO BEER AND * LIGHT WINE TRADE 4, . ARE NOt LIFTED ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? '> '> '> ' Mission .write "J^ursing Mlaaion" on the back. Ticket^' lelti'biarik ' '5 will help the tobacco fund. " ' ......... ' � ' -"-^m TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL DRUG STORES �4 0 18731378 15552627 ;