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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ni'.CKMiti-.n no, mis DK OAIL accommodation for tbo re-.' limited antl I Btiegcsted nioro tiatliB foo available, "Veiitiialion on tbo vrbolo Is good. Hospital accommodation lias Ijefii am- plo and satisfactory." OTTAWA. Dec, yearn wounded In Ihe diouhinr ai Vlmy Itldge, and then lo tpenil (he liral C'hrlslHias ot pRace on an avll- Illlhy, vermtli-lllfcsted host, with a Ijlirlslinas supper conalsllne lit cold uread, olcomargarluu and clieap Jam. This la Iho doscrlp' lion of conditions on Iho Kortlilaiid Biven Ly Pte. T. Hanvood, of Win- nlpoB, who arrived In the. clly lasl evening, OTTAWA, Der. so an advisory conwilttM on aero nautlt'ii appolnled by the govern ment at Hie instance of organs propt gating aerial navlsatlons. Two pro posad aerial routes have just heen approved. Ono of C.tnu AfU-r Six Weeks of lleatilifuljScls Aside As .Nucleus of .Men (iel fur Soldiers' Mem Busy and Southern Alberta ft- nc.'iencnd Ihe first llior of Hie winter on Sun- day, when after ot 'he oria) tin :nny bn the fri memorial liu enlabllilied uf the eoldlers sailors 01 [.clhlirldgo district, tho fund wil toiicii Sydney, Halifax- SI. Joliu, the town of Berdjrczov liie N.LI.: Fro-lcrlcton rknilulaiis eliot 18 officers upon on- du Ixiup, CJue I.e. Ihree Rl ,r Mon toring the town and took SG prison- Ural, Cornwall. Prencotl. Hio the Do- minion government from a meeting of Edmonton citizens asking thai. In the APPEAL FROM GERMAN RESIDENTS OF S. AFRICA division ot tlie net apart foi moda'.loii atnl general connmous on the national housing scheme, the basis Ihe Northland which docked recently tor division should be the record of at Halifax and according to an official i enlistment of Ihe various provinces M.uement issued loday no re.isun can j ratliar than tlie population. Commls- lio found for the grievances voiced by} gicner Freeman tiiought this was toe iho rolurnGd men. proper plan at lirat, but on discussion tooii as word cams lo Mo'itreil I it was decided that such a plan would i Toronto lhat Hie men had found probably lead to a great deal of Iron m t, reports were requital wire I We. The mayor that Lethbritlgo from.the company's ollicUls :u llali f from Major c'. II. VVestmorc, o' tiie atlmlra'ty w'.io c.u'ne across with tho men. r'jp'y n tills xnoiTilug 3iatti3 in Marl: OfUcers, sergeantK, women anil children wero messed in the salor.n. The food has teen ample and of good quality. The stirclca atlention have been very good. Men's -nessini; lias good'auil there havo bein no complaints." P.'-'garding accoiitmodatiou. Major AVeslmoi-o says: 'Sanitary arrangements are ade te and have given no trouble. Bath LONDON, Dec. Is under- stood that 'German residents of southweet Africa hove sent a peti- tion transmission to President Wilson, through Viscount Buxton, governor-general of the Union of South Africa, asking for permis- sion to establish a republic in union wilh a republif of .Ger- many, according to Capetown ad- ice at the curling rlok. but so far no Balnea have noan played. However, tin New Year's day the i-urlers intern! j Is Whereas u if ths opinion of thL i-ltlb lhat memorial .shoul be In U'thbiidge In men ory of oui- Ijiivti soldiers and sailoi fice in thr war just lirouirii! 10 a And it is ihe oniii liilf club lhat lids matter should j early the attention of our I citizens. And v.' tht! sum of money re- in erect or oslanlish such memorial ivill require some i-onsiiler- ablu time lu raise, and no Hum should that Hie lost ir. npfninK such a fund for j ,-vazy The short c.f a dear majnrliy al'y expected ihftt lie will he returned a winner. Ihe vice presidency tllit will tit lietiveen Dloliens-on and McFagan. Al liio satu-. Messrs. Wheatley anil He-is will i'. oul for tins honor uf representlns tiii> dls- irli-t at Ine Trades anil Uibur CoilKfess j uf Canarla convention. l.lmls ui> i AT to a writer tn one -.if 1'i' j wHlply t-ircnlatpil weekly iicrUil-ialt 11 he onl> examples of art In a reital i V.M.C.A. hut in Hio front line doors ii 1 I'raiKC two lorn and lialterecl nnllered on .the! and desired by trie iv-c prince as his bride, she is frighten- ed, and Minds him, wilh the flaenm from her mirror while she makei ber cape. Klcelns ont'c more, she i.i Krench explorer. J.ei-ler. vim :he slight wound an.l si rick wltli lier dusky beamy, takes bac'it i u> France. Today ami tomorrow, a pro- duclion" iireaentlUK llavold Loukwdod I In "I'nla First." Six acts of love an I loyulty. Also plenty of good comedy. on New lears uuv to make up for losl time by oniclally j opening Ihe curling season. As slimy-j I that nobody seemed to know Jusl( Therefore It resolved that ihin wlti-re those two plclurea came ham. ing that Lethbridga has been stric. in the banana belt it may be mention eil fhat Medicine Hat anil Calgary lera have been playing games for the j ijast Iv.u weeks or more. The ice men are also wcarlns a "'f'iltolary I'lub of Uthbriiigc set aside ctly ,lie ot (jlc dollars as a nucleus of a fund for Ihe establish- ment of a memorial of Mich a nature as tlie citizens may in fnttirn desig- nate. Ant! that the mayor ot l.etnbndge ice men ;vui: smile The Western Transfer Co. liad p asked to act as trustee for this Inte-ndcd harvesting inile a lot of Ice until such time aa a lioard or iirlbr to New Year's but the K-e on conmliUee may be selected by the tl'e artificial lake at Henderson Park j dliztus for Ihe administration of never got more than ten inches thick, the fund fctid iho arrangement and Wilh the present weather it will lie; supervlLion of Ihe establishment of possible to commence Die ice harvest nnmnrinl. would tret all the money from tlie musing plan as at present suggested on Ihe population, basis. Lclii'jridge should Bet about which fcci thinks will more than cover the call; there will he for such money.. Thai city council Is more anxious that Ihe I Dominion and provincial undertake large publjc works to pro vide employment for rotlirnicg sold- iers than that any Bfeat amount of money he spent for housing bere under a federal scheme, aUhough ot course It is recognized that the money from thn housing scheme will lielp to nullii up the city. SCH1EDEMANN TO FORM GERMAN GOVERNMENT COPENHAGEN, Occ. new German cabinet held its sit- ting Sunday afternoon. It was agreedj according to reports from Berlin, that Philippe Schledemann would take over the secretaryship of foreign affairs, in succession to Huso Hjase. Herr Noskc will .....-i head of the military dc- and Herr Wisuel will .come minister of social policy. posse o next week A very line quality of ice may expected this yen- trow the now field created by flooding an arti- ficial lake, at Ihe park wilh filtered water. Tiie'company this year lias en- larged its ice houses anil it is iivnb- that 6000 tons will he stored so that l.etbbridge will not uave a repeti- tion of last summer's ice famine. Fed Pork ThEEe are coTd storage, byt are all frcsli Hilled. PUnly to choose from. Ntw Laid Eggs from the Experiment Farm. ORDER EARLY. THE HOME OF HIGHCLASS MEATS OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL ALL MUST BELONG MANCHESTER Dec. President Wilicn 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 all. His declaration pro- duced a great demonstration. BUTTE GIRL WOU' WEAR NO SKIRTS UliTTE, Laddies Wes- Ion, a Unite writer and lover of the And that this club name (leo. B. MacXay as its representative upon such "board or committee wben il shall bo selected. -It is the Rotary Club's wish Hint now the tntici is parted, -a pii'jHc meet ing should he called for Hie nui pose of forming a committee lo lake charge oi the fund ami lo decide on the form the memorial should lake. The club feels that tills step shonli) 'lie taken by Ihe city council, as it is a civic affair. It is believed also that tho district should he asked to join in so lhat lite memorial when il I is established will he representative of the v.-hole l.ethbridge district. )ne was ot a ivoman in a tloiver cii. She was an old woman clad i-l a ulko gown ami smiling broadly al the tomebotly's mother, the molher of a soldier who j ud had liie ill fortune lo lose '.hoi reasured picture. The other piclure. was of Bsby Marie! Oaborne. Ore little girl picture play slur. Incidentally Baby Marie is going] lo appear at Starland tonight ami to- morrow. In lier new screen -iucOfM. "Cupid by a delightful roman- tic comedy in which she achieves an- other hit. AT THE COLONIAL. the new World Pic- ture, tells an intensely interesting story in a remarkable manner. The story of' "Vengeance" starls twenty-three years ago in London. It switches to India o[ about tin ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS DANCE On New Years Eve DANCING 9.00 TILL 2.00 REFRESHMENTS MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA For Invitations Phone 1792 nirmi character are practically equivalent tn an official announcement that "liej project of a league, of nations lo keep ihe peace of the vforld is not only acceptable in theory to al! the allied j nations, hut fiiat they sec their way I to put it into eltect as tlic first pi'in- the coming peace treaty. Is Taking Form The nature and scope ot tlie league same period, then becomes a slory of the present Montagu Love. is fjrst seen as John Cudfllcslonc. a young British army officer wlio J through the of his brother] ToNlGHT AND TOMORROW John Leuck was arrested by the A P P on Saturday night, and immedi- rl'ely lie was into a peck of trouble. 'This morning before Magistrate Irwin kicked out of his home. John to India and there marries an Indian woman. A son is born to the couple. When the father dies! the mother tollows tlie Indian custom and meets death in the blaze of his funeral pyre. Tho sun is ihe care of the priests iu the Tem- ple of Uuddlni. The lad grows to manhood and Montagu Love is .then from present indications Presi- dent Wilsou will leave Europe on Ills retnru to tho Uiiitcd States on Feb- ruary 10. Elill locks, ot course, precise defini-l cut-or-doors, attracted more altetlllon Clad in regulation and breeches. Miss Weston ii render an accounting, leather putties; M natinns i share cf burden of helping LHO ousl'is'and'costs in the ciiy police police court for operating his Chal- uuu ui snave uumcu n.fjfq cir ivitu 2- ItccwEE sccureil for through Hie principal Rtreels of Uutto! backvvari] countrics to rise to tho I liad car seised and in anil out of lier hotel, Ihe Butle. f nalionhooj. The United .jj Act and assessed The fair damsel looked so well in her under tne wisiuuib by a European power might eicite jealousness, would pnv.-erfully assist in ensuring the fu- hlMLUS Wl .1.111 states by assuming Ibis responsibility unusual costume, pctticoated mams i .u to certain areas, the i looked on with envy and vowed they; ervfeioll ot would try it if they developed enough mfdlt, 1 nerve. "Oh. I have been wearing them for Or the world. .several months, and I think it Is the wisdom of 'Wilson only way to she said to a [t is nmv hd Tomorrow Harold Lockwood in a Real Pictura "PALS FIRST" A S-Acl Special Allraction of love and loyally. Also a. bunch of cboiedy ami. real music. in-Ill, the imperial war cabinet met President Wilson at dinner. Premier Moyd George being on a business trip wearing, she prom ised. her riding costume. "Oh. Ihis war lias brought many changes, some of lltern not so remarked an old timer as Miss Wcs- iim stepped lalo the elevator. j (he diplomatic conversations, and for 'ilia remainder of his- stay Ptesident WOULD ABOLISH 'DIPPY' DANCE j will be engaged in social and public functions. UUlllCllt. I--.--- j------ age had been nut'on an errand for her mother, with two other girls ot NEW new means of nc-i Kariy jn (he ntiw year, not later ier. Premier Uoyd George being n" children liatl been host, and there were further store'and were on their way discussions. This concluded rro5SinK Fronteuac. street Blanche fell between (hn front and rr-ar wheels ot a passing il wagon, and was crushed to leath without a sound, the rear tho 3Rcond week, the represenla- fealing prohibition hy aboil-....... L1LU "crazy" cabaroi and liie "dippy douce" i tives will meet in was advocatert hero today by Henry Parjs for rurther conference and dis- liarker, of Iho Northern' oisslon. This conference jirobablx California llolol Men's association, in M address before lire American hotel conversion delegates ntj 1 Madison Square tlardt n. Tho "tlippy Mr. Barker ex-; plained, Is Ihe wliero the partici- pants touch chftjks and rest heads on shoulders. He said he the prohlhilionisLs would consent to Iho sale of hecr and light wines in well conducted cabarets If "Ihe allcnttant vice'1 were eliminated. "Motel men should agree to able police regulations under the continued the speaker. 'JK or- ders were violated or Rbnsecl, revo- j catii.v of the license should follow ini- mcdialeiy." ne nominally unofficial nnd in- [Ornlal, hut it will actually o( which will be made later. Tho pression grows thai A conclusion bu reached at an earlier date than has been expected. The war cabinet resumes its tings lomorrow. SOME STRIKERS MOT TAKEN BACK whesl passins over lier reck. The driver ot the wagon ilU not notice what iiad happened, anil drove on No one foiil'l .tell by wliora he was employed. llic arciilcnl hail licen nonc- ert two rasscrshy carried the victim COLONIAL Today Tuesday Hector JlcUonafd, aged 52. of well. Ontario, committed siiiciJe. Se- curing a ladder !ie caried it from the village across two fields, placed it against an orchard tree, mounted find Jumped tnlo space. Inio Ihe thus c-tore. and called ihe morgue wagon, aa the child was ob- viously past medical aid. Her two lilllo friends, an Italian and n Pol- ish girl, were Jobbing anil confus- cit crowd bail gathered outside the. store -..-ben Constable Clontier tame running lo Ills duly, and also lo a [parent's Iraccdy. helped to place Ihe poor little body in Ihe morsuc wagon, a nuzzled crowd wonlerins VANCOUVER, Dec. why a burly constable should b slrike lasting 10 days Ihe I moved to tears about a mere "cnsc. shipyards were thrown open for work ConstaWn Cloaticr afterwards early this mornitig. Practically Ihe 'phoned ills police station, as a mat- ure force of 3.000 men reported former ot doty, but salll Ihal ho hail rorV. hut many met with a surprise still to tv.r-.ik the news to wile in bis home at fi) Montjomory slrcet ami (lid not feel able lo turn in a he would lime for when they found that their services were not required for Ihe i-reaen'. least. firm took luck only about complete reparl but lhat TOO nicn of force and the others [do so in the morning in will he taken on gradually. t'ne innnesl. SHOWING ONLY THE BEST PHOTOPLAYS HERE IS ONE OF THE SEASON'S OUTSTANDING PHOTOPLAYS WORLD-PICTURES PRESENT MONTAGUE LOVE and BARBARA CASTLETON IN- THE WIERDLY FASCINATING ORIENTAL ROMANCE "VENGEANCE' A six "PART PHOTODRAMATIC PANORAMA Replete with ihe ,-nyiticism of Ihe Far of Entern tragedy of the slave fetiih of Indian conjurors, ALSO LATEST PATHS WEEKLY GAZETTE AND GOOD COMEDIES No Advance in Prices for This Stupendous Attraction i ;