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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ONPAY THK LPVrnnniUG PAGE WERE FRIGHTFUL years ert wounded In 111 shoulder at Vlmy and then lo spend Ihe first ChrlRlniHS of peace on mi avil verminInfested with a Christmas supper consisting cold oleomargarine and cheap This is tho descrip tion of conditions on the Northland Klven by of Win who arrived in city last ing accommodation for the is limited and I suggested thai morn batha be Ventilation on tho whole la Hospital accommodation han been am jilo and WARPATH ARE CANADIAN COAST 10CDAS1 AIR E PROBE IHE A Associated Press Ukraine bands FIERCE BUZZARD ROTARY CLUB S1ARI weekH ago an advisory committee on nurn naui Icn was appointed by lli govern ment at the infiUncn of organs propn guting ncrliil Two pro nosed aerial routes have JUKI been One of I hornthe Cana dian link In the allred route wll AfUr Six Weeks of Beautiful Sets Asidv An Nucleus of Men Jet lunrt ftn Busy Soldiers Mem orial andSouthim Alberta he first touch of zero wea memorial I tllor of the I9I8191 winter on I he full clay when nix weeks of he Lethbridxe nil from Press UKraine unimn nnm now threatening the town of stopping at all They have already taken Lutsk and murdevlnawherever possible The sunset airway will b Vancou principal Ihe Polish landowners and also Rus sian officers of the former imperial In the town of Berdyczov Ihe j hot IS officers upon en 1 tcring the town and took 86 prison Later they killed these prisoners and threw their bodies into the The jov crnment has decided to hold n full and rigid inquiry into the complalnti of toldlers who return ed on the steamship It is probable that the inquiry will be held at Ottawa and will be open to the In order to obtain evidence it will be neeeasary to examine not only a number of the soldiers who returned on the but also of the White Star including who are accused of trafficking in and holding the men up for exorbi tant No Ground For Complaint 1IONTREAU Officials SEVERAL MATTERS BEFORE COUNCIL I UK i ond great highroad of the Hlr Starting at it will touch N B livlerc Idu Throe Mon Cainii Owen Port Winnipeg and KO on to the Siibsiiliary routes are proposed Ironi t M t n i i i weather ever known a iierlod ol thn year In Uie him of the the wind suddenly hipped to the bringing wilh it regular the piiiK to the Prior to Hun day the coldest weather of the fall anil winter lo dale hud been four above Throughout iie storm on quite a lot of snow drifted rapldl Tie how alTcclel IrafHc inn The had no trouble althoiiKb i ihe Crows Nest ihe blizzard was One freignl triiin cii the uay tin fiinn i im iHlabllsliid in Koldlers and Hi fnnil ELECTION Oulnt M tin1 ni Sei retarx K Browne DiPlriei 1 of no nrrnnt inents have been nuide for I flection for oflic tlie coming yunr the fad Unit neith vli e piesideni was inls nf the list Hp liie clection op nnsiinaiv iounn cut Toronto tocenlral Ontario iind across division was ilelaed the Cnited Slates and from Winni all trams lo Hudson Kdmontoii to Hit on The council held its regular session for 1918 this and very little business was lo he Thu Board of Trade nsked the cily to assume the cost of printing the i nual report of that an j expense of about which has been I borne by the city for several years I The request was 1 A letter was read from Mayor Clark of enclosing a memorandum forwarded to the Do minion government from a meeting of Kdmonton citizens asking in the division of the set apart for the national housing the basis for division should be the record of Halifax ana according u mi i pnlistmenl of the various provinces Miilemont issued today no reason can rather than the Commis i in 11 11 iiuifl 11 ci mi mi KSilii til 1111 t llfMIPll f t F1 ifi icace and Vancouver Halifax will bo from while JIPK and Monirenl will lo 1he White Dominion Mils have Investigated the complaints in relating to the accom modation aurl general conditions on Hie Northland which docked recently Halifax mid according to nn official be found for the grievances voiced by returned As soon as word ID Moitreal Irom Toronto that the men had found reports were requested Inwire from the companys officials Hali fax iUK from Major the admiralty across witli the Mis ropy r this moining in parl women and children were messed in the The food has been and of good Thc service ind attention 3iave been very Mens has been good ami there havo been no Rgarding Major AVestmore says Sanitary arrangements are ade quate and have given no Bath will to be rained the mumnrial WWK given a start Monday when the Hotary Cliil unani mously void ihe sum of out or mercury drop its funds o what is Iu be known as the and District Sol iind Sailors Memorial The tor this acinn of 1h Is elfr v explained in rue fol lowing ion Whereas the opinion of thiSi iha n memorial should lie in in men ury of our soldiers and siillors who liave tile supreme sneri Iicn in the brought to i close Alld it is I lie opiiiiou of tills club ilia this maiter j early einune he attention And quired to el a n ejected in lie I some talk of b but Secretary Ieacock of the local union has no word lo thin effect The race for the presidency hni nar rowed down 10 Biggs and n present the president iinI vice of ihe dsltrlct In the first poll Christopher was voles shot o i majoritv It In ally exptcipd that li 111 be reliinipd n winner For the vieepresldency Hie tie Mikeuson and A t liie sani e Mesr and will I eposMltilll tile and Labor will McKiiRan Wheat ley hir Mi honor V i riet at liie Tradi ronvent ion should of our AT the sum of mon t or ostablish i Diemorial will require some ronsider APPEAL FROM GERMAN RESIDENTS OF AFRICA LONDON is under stood thit Oermnn residents of southwest Africa have sent a peti tion for transmission to President through Viscount governorgeneral of the Union of South asking for permis sion to establish n republic in union with a republic of Ger according to Capetown ad SCHIEDEMANN TO FORM GERMAN GOVERNMENT The sionn lias nfiule Mir curlers of the city a month past an effort iieen made m maiiufarture ice at the curling but so far no have bcin However on New Years day the curlers intend j in make up for lost time by ofllcially Therefore lie it resolved opening the curling As Ing that Lethbridge lias been strictly I in the banana it may be mentionj ed that Hat and Calgary cur lers have been playing games for the past two weeks or Tho ice men are also wearing a The Western Transfer had intended harvesting finite a lot of ice prior to New Years the ice on the artificial lake at Henderson Park never got more than ten inches With the weather it will be possible lo commence the ice harvest A very fine quality of Ice such and no i line should it siicli n fund for sioner Kreinuui thought this was the proper plan at but on discussion was decided that such a plan would probably lead to a great deal of trou The mayor said that Lethbridge would get all the money from the housing plan as at present suggested on the population Letiibridge should get about which he thinks will more than cover the call there will be for such The j city council is more anxious that the Dominion and provincial governments undertake large public works to pro vide employment for returning sold iers than that any great amount of money be spent for housing here under a federal although of course i Is recognized that the money from the housing scheme will help to build up the i new German cabinet held its sit ting Sunday It was according to reports from that Philippe Sehledemann would take over the secretaryship of foreign in succession to Hugo Herr Noske will a head of the military de and Herr Wiaeel will minister of social ALL MUST BELONG MANCHESTER President Wilson told a great au dience in Free Trade Hall here today that the United States never would join any combination which was not a combination of them His declaration pro duced a great BUTTE GIRL WOU1 NO may bp expected thi from the this llolary Club of Lcthbridgc set aside the siim of five hundred dollars as a nucleus of a fund for Ihe establish ment of a memorial of such a naUiro as the may in future desig And the mayor of he asked to act as trustee for this fund until such time a board or may be selected by ihe citizens for the administration of the fund and the arrtingemenl and supervision of the establishment of a And that this club name representaHvf AcrordlnK o n writer 111 one if the widely elrciilatrd weekly 1ciih ihe only examples of art in a reilui hut In HIP front line in lrance were two torn and batlerid thai fluttered on the The Iorrespondent seemed to know two pictures came i woman 1n a Mower nar in ilir role of the youthful is filled to the brim unusual s mi HlvorbhiRly enthralling picture pud youll thoroughly enjoy iee i r ihe colonial A r THK i Klmbail Young and her Companv appear at thn Kmpretw on Wcdnphilav and Thursday in her latsi Select Thn Savage i Woman from Francois Curels La SauvuKc adapted for tho screen Kathryu In a role vastly dif ferent from any which Misi Young has j before chosen for the takes ihls celebrated star from her ual society play and shows her to ex ceptional advantage rlnugli 1 ler of a French derelict In Whon her father leaps lo bis death glil wanders away and her sHf in the ruins of an old palace onee belonging to the Queen of Hero nhe is mistaken for the mieen and desired by trie ive prim ns his she is frighten and blinds him with the flashfw from while she hrjr Fleeing once she u i sliot by a French wilo binds up the slight wound anl at rick wilh her dufUy lakes hT back I Today and a special pro duclion presenting Harold in Pals Six acts of love nil I Also plenty of good photographs walls nobody where these One of that Letiibridge will not have a reneti I lion of last summers ire i as its representative upon iiow by flooding an artii such board or committee when it licial lake at the park with filtered he water The company this year lias enn the notary Cllnbs wish larged its ice houses and it is the fund is a public ineel that 6000 tons will be stored so ng should be called for the pnr pose of forming a committee lo take charge of lh fund and to decide on the form Ihe memorial should The club feels that tills step should lie taken by city as is a civic It believed also that the district should be asked to join in so the memorial when it iis established will representative of Ihe Lethbridgc character are practically equivalent ito an official announcement that the project of a league of nations to keep the peace of world is only i acceptable in theory to all the allied but that they see their way She was an old woman clad ii a ROWII mid smiling broadly at the camera perhapp somebodys perhaps i IIP mother of u soldier who had the ill fortune lo lose ui treasured other picture was of Baby Marie the little girl picture play Incidentally Baby Marie going tu appear at Starland tonight and to in her new screen Cupid by a delightful roman tic comedy in which she achieves an other AT THE the new World Pic tells an intensely interesting story in a remarkable The story of Vengeance starts twentythree years ago in It switches to India of about the same then becomes a story of the present Montagu Love is first seen as John a young British army officer who through the deviltry of his brother is kicked out of his noes to India and there inarms an Indian A son is born to the When the father lies Ihe mother follows the Indian custom and meets death in the blaze of his funeral The son is given into the care of the priests iu the Tem ple of The lad grown to manhood ami Montagu Lave is then ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS DANCE On New Years Eve DANCING TILL REFRESHMENTS MISS ARNOLDS ORCHESTRA For Phone 1792 77 n Is Taking Form Laddies ea scopB or a Butte writer and lover of the flcks precise defini attracted more attention saiient features of the on the streets of Butle than any other ment arc beginning to take fair maid of the mining city Ihe other i Onp which Is un As Miss Weston passed a i llerstood to bo powerfully on which several soldiers were stanflL John Loud was arrested by the on Saturday and lie was into a peck of j The nature and scope of uie league before Magistrate irwui I he was convicted and fined 20 and j fined and costs for operating hisj motor car without the proper license i then his ear was seized under the sloms From present indications Presij Wilson will leave Europe on his i return to the Ciiited States on Febj ruary I TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BABY MARIE OSBORNE IN CUPID BY PROXY ALSO HANDS UP EIGHTH EPISODE AND FIRST CLASS COMEDY such as one of happening to look half officer was a lady an Clad in regulation leather putties natjo Wpston waiKett and costs in the city polict and Miss Weston FMPRESQ JLrtl SPECIAL FOR NEW YEARS DAY unusual petticoated maids vegpect to the looked on with envy and vowed they ur which by a European would try they developed powor Pxcite would he fu powerfully assist in ensuring the fu Wilson 1 Grain Fed Pork Mutton Some Very Choice Lamb A TULL LINE OF Geese and Fowl Theie are not cold but are all Plenty to choose New Laid from the Experiment ORDER 1 have been wearing them for j of Ule several and I think it is the Wisdom of Wil oniy way to she said to a j t s iu the blushing reporter as lie stammered mlncls of pubiie men of other allied questions in the hotel countries that the wisdom of Presi You 1 drive a car a lot and decision to abandor spend most of my time ami come to Rnropc lo dis and this dress is much less lho of peace in persor some than the conventional women drove sev s tent She and has a booklet on the The the frank interchange of 1 title is The Girl Who Lost Her ju an atmosphere of good Miss Weston will leave for the east i on a business trip she proui i her riding this war has brought The are having their own I rouble catching bootleggers who usi their cars to cross the load tip wilh and make a quick gci away But the Customs Act seems to be working and is having a deterrent CONSTABLE FOUND BODY OF OWN CHILD off the beat last with allied leaders has been wholly JLU i street iu LHO have been greatly bettered by i llp die body of his own Is a writer magazine articles on the making 1Rto who had been is a booklet on the The I frank interchange of the wheels CLARA KIM BALL YOUNG THE SAVAGE WOMAN SEE YOUR FAVORITE SCREEN STAR Clara KimbaU Young And Her Own Company in THE SAVAGE WOMAN This is her very latest A guaranteed Showing Tonight and Tomorrow Harold Lockwood iu a Real Picture PALS FIRST A Special Attraction ol love and Also a bunch of comedy real On Saturday night the imperial war cabinet met President Wilson at Premier Lloyd George being crushed to death under of a coal who was seven years ol had been out on an errand for this war has many Premier IJoyd George beir some of them not so and there were further i remarked an old timer as Miss Wesfornlni This conclude l war cabinet met Presulont Wilson at with two other girls of OWii The children hail been a slore and were ou their way i remare an o 1 1 ton stepped into the concluded ihe and for remainder of hia stay President WOULD ABOLISH DIPPY DANCE will be engaged in social and public Karly in the new not later to home and crossing Frontenac when Blanche street between thn NEW new means of do feating prohibition by abolishing tbt than tho second the repreaenta cabaret and lho dippy dunce of allies will meet was here today presidinf ol tho by Henry for further conference and dis Northern This conference probably California Hotul MOUH in pants touch chfoks and rest heads on Ho said he the 1 prohibitionists would consent to tho sale of beer and liglil wines iu woll conducted cabarets if tho attendant were Hotel men should agree tu reason able police regulations under the continued the If or violated or ruvo The war lings resumes 8OME STRIKERS NOT TAKEN QACK Attor a strike lasting 10 days the Cuuglilau ltHS Welt VlOliUtH til ltlu Ktoviitb eatiou of the license should follow imj shipyards wore thrown open for work THE HOME OF HIGHCLASS MEATS OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL I Hector agoil of Crww i committiHl So curing a ladder he caried it from the village ucroKB two placed It against an orchard mounted and jumped into early Iliis Practically the en lire force of men report ed for but many met wilh a nurpriso when they found that wore uoi rticiuired for Hie present Tho firm tcok back only about 700 men of and Ihe others will ho taken on from and rear wheels of a passing coal and wiw crushed to death withoui the rear wheel passing over her 1 ho driver of Ihe wagon did not notice what had and drove No one could tell by whom hf was After the accident hud been notic ed two pnssorsby curried the victim into the drug1 and called thu morgue as the child was ob viouslv medical Her two an Italian and u Pol ish were sobbing and confus A crowd bad gathered outside when came running t liul iiml lHO Ul l parents He helped to place ihe poor little body in the morgue a crowd wondering why a burly constable should be moved lo tears about a mere Constable Homier afterwards phoned police us a mill ler of but said lhat be hml Mil In tiieak the news lo his wile in his home at HO Montgomery street and did not feel able lo turn in i complete report but that he would do so In the morning in time fo Ihe Today Tuesday COLONIAL SHOWING ONLY IHE BEST PHOTOPLAYS HERE IS ONE OF THE SEASONS OUTSTANDING PHOTOPLAYS WORLDPICTURES PRESENT MONTAGUE LOVE and BARBARA CASTLETON IN THE WIERDLY FASCINATING ORIENTAL ROMANCE TOGEANCE A SIX PART PHOTODRAMATIC PANORAMA Replete with the mysticism of the Far of Eastsrn tragedy of the slave fetish of Indian ALSO LATEST PATHE WEEKLY GAZETTE AND GOOD COMEDIES 1 No Advance in Prices for This Stupendous AttractiM ;