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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1918 SEEK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE FORMFEED Vor some tlnio past farmers and Stockmen In the south IIHVP boon mak ing complaints regarding tho dlfflcnl ty In securing for mOThiR hay Bouth to meet tho needs ot livestock during tho Many f those com plnliitn have been tnken to President Alariioch of the Board oi Trade who has taken thorn up In different quart orB In mi effort to about a bet tor but results HOCIII to bo Hlowln so today ho sent tho following wlra to mlnlator ot agriculture at Ottawa 1 am apprehensive Hint si norlous situation will shortly develop n round thin district owing gravo delays Fit ting cars bring hay and green food from north more particularly from points Canadian As ex amples would nrtvtso you to have tho Railway commission inquire in to situation at Inlay and Marshall vrhoro largo quantities are said to lying waiting Situation would have boon disclosed earlier but season BO far here has been exceedingly fav ourable as to but now Hfvcre will cause Inevitable loss un less There appears to be un fortunate railways nogieot this business account special Telegraphic Briefi DENY SOLDIERS JUDGE 10 PROBE I PROPOSED SAILINGS From 11 14 14 London From New Jan 4 Liverpool Jan 4 Liverpool Jan 8 Liverpool 11 London From 4 Purchase prepaid tickets now for relatives and friends to ensure prompt UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all information apply to any of our or to Companys SCOTT 270 MAIN a tho Identity of a tall thin man who resides in the iiSOO block on Osier Shaughnossy the prohibition Inquiry this morning nd journed until In the moan time a provincial officer will accom pany the transfer driver to find out who It was that received delivery of BOino 30 cases of liquor to tho Osier avenuo house three months or so Who the enterprising citizen is no one was able to nay this Tho expected sensation over the calling of former manager of tho Maple Leaf Liquor did Tho bench warrant was drawn by already for but on the understanding that Cartshorc will bo on hand Thursday morning II was served Fraser was the first witness called tho morning Ho testified that ho had taken several lots of liquor to in Now Westmin and one lot of 25 or cases was transferred from a truck driven by anolber to his Fraser said ho knew nothing oi tno deliveries of a carload of liquor to 3114 Hamilton known as Find lays This was during the time ho was off his job William counsel for the prohibition questioned Fraser as to why he was delivering which was against tho The witness said he was delivering under tho orders his I 00 TO DANZIG i United States cruiser Chester which arrived here yesterday with I the destroyers Wlckes and Ayl wyn left here today for the port of German The destroyors have gone to also a German Baltic The warships will take on board sick CAPTURE VILLAGES of the Bolshevik novernment have captured two in the region of according to Russian wireless message received here The It Is has landed 500 men and four guns evidently on the Esthonian coast In the region of Kenneth former mayor of son of tho founder of will he an independent candidate in Cowlchnn bye In the recall election held in under tho commission system of John Thornton and John defeated the two old McClollan and Tho recall elec tion was instituted after the dismissal of practically Ihn pollen forco on their forming a union and seeking alllliation with tho trades and labor The successful candidates were indorsed by the trades and labor and scored a majority of from 700 to A car load of shlppM as chowins was seined succeeds Arthur Henderson as chairman of Labor party In the British of Com the Chinese influenza specialist from soms time in Calgary only toward the end of the Whim there it is claimed lie treated between 475 and 500 cases nnd never lost Chinamen from Medicino Moose Jaw and other towns came to Calgary to bo Those who came all tho way from HogiiKi were almost dono for when they Calgary adermen presented Retiring Mayor with the chair ho hud used during the four Mayor Fisher of Ottawa is being opposed by ap proves of an 8hour day for TEST IT IN COUflTS VA valid y nnd authority of commls is ills on jmcitiKMii pioiiiimiiin in llrlllHb tcst 4 in th LINER NORTHLAND Thotnn acting prlmo wan ii conference morning with Ashton anil other otflcers of the militia department regard to com plaints of soldiers who returned on the Preliminary arrangement were discussed for tho holding of a rigid In addition to Inquiries now being carried on by militia tho actlns mior has cabled the charges to Sir Robert Borden lo be investigated by tho admiralty which has control n the ships which bring Canadian col dlors In reply to a telegram from Sir Thomas the WhlteStarDn minion Line state that they are sponslble for the character of the fooil served on They state fur ther that the complaints have hem Investigated and found to ba without They point out that bad weather was experienced during the trip and that for two days previous to reaching Halifax was rainins hard and bitterly necessitating tho closing of the exits and hatches by which the ventilation may havo sn As against they slat that the ship was only about half filled and there was plenty of The food was on the revised victualling for naval ratings and troops in forco since October Xndcr orders from tho imperial min istry of this revised scale is used for imperial naval and troops embarked on naval trans ports and troop The master and purser of the Northland stain that no complaints whatever were made during the Hedging of 11n j Ontario supremo has i been appointed by Iho government i investigate the charges of snldlorH who and I returned on tin steamship Judge ITodKlns will open his inquiry in Ottawa on Tinproceed ings will bo of will rep resent Iho government ns The White Star owners nf ihe havo nlso been notified of ihe opening of tho investigation and I he officers of the boat and others af fected by the Inquiry are to be in Ot if it means that tho boat will bo held Judge llodgins commission is On the recommendation of Sir Thom as the government has em powered the to inquire into tho as to the treatment of tho men of tho CanadianExpedition ary Korco on board tho trans port Northland on her voyage from Liverpool to Halifax recently com pleted and as to conditions generally on tho said affecting the health and comfort of the men of the force during tho said AT be betrayed aboul lo win is I he curious lor a man to be betrayed by chanco expression riflrr he has do Illcleil ho pnliro for eleven when lie jiu bet of ibi predicament in rthich Oeorg1Maclnr played bv In Me lievo findM And the expression was the one used for tho title of the MneFnrland makes the and it is a pretty girl who finds him later it is tho pretty girl who saves Tho which is ono of the enthralling screen romances shown here in a long will ho the attraction at Starland and It is a Paramount and Hold and Ann Li In do Kinie excellent acting in inn principal They havo been provided with excellent and the Fplendid direction tho picture re ceived iit Hi1 efficient hands Donald Crisp adds a great deal to its small respect for that ffllth and Wfcl unon his twentyfirst H call to vemrenncn iv nto nil ho drops ewrythll Ui frlow out bin fat wih Through an oid series ho mcels Lady Drilling nnd tholr lives touch time aa Lndy Is the war of Andrew Johns nncl Andrew was the man ngainst Johns hato is An girl who fulls In with adds ho complication of the play The whole production is elaborate and inttiwuiy interesting and excltlnj from lnrt LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARIE OSBORNE IN Cupid by AND HANDS UP December Customs receipts for December were greater than they were in according to the monthly returns from the customs de This is the first month in the present fiscal year which has shown an increase over last Inland Revenu Inland revenue during November realized as compared with in duties on tobacco brought in the largest individual Ex cise on cigars also realized and excise on spirits Revenue from war tax under inland revenue was The officer commanding states that ventilation the lower troop deck could foe improved He states that messing for all ranka has been wltU ample food of good qual He states further that the at tention and service afforded to the passengers has been very British wire prime the finance AT THE I Tho fitrango atmosphere of tho Far has been faithfully rcproduceil in the new World Pic ture which been wecurod by lie Colonial theatre and will be shown today for the last Montagu Love and Haryara Castle ton are starred In this production and Madge Kvans is seen in a highly im portant The remainder of the cast is large and splendidly The story told in 5s primo LIU rne story lorn m ia minister and colonial minister of enthralling a strange one and who have been inLondon in a vitally interesting It deals with ferenre with tho British contnp experiences of John Poles are masters of Posen German according to the Vorwaerts ot They have disarmed German officers and soldiers some of the paper were shot after being tried by Violent fighting has taken place in the streets between German and Polish ELEMENTS AREJBDYBUSY ferenre with tho British con eluded their mission today and return ed to They expressed them selves as entirely satisfied with tho results of the conferences Louis the colonial in an interview said The financial arrangements for the reconstruction BoV but that Germ here and arrangements are being made for the necossary financial assistance from the The enormous war the economic losses and physical exhaus tion of the middle classes nnd the laboring people are things that do not strike the eye as does the sight of ruined towns and but they are none tho less very and have to be In relation to the colonial questions which ho discussed with Walter Hume the British colonial Fraack said Our concern Is the preservation of the absolute integrity of bur own colonial This matter wo mentine on President Wilsons visit leave with confidence to the great pow anting the necessity of the Affelonies the moral and economic conditions of the people are steadily Bel glums policy is to do everything pos slble in that direction and to main the experiences of John half half who In lerils legacy of hate from his em bittered The young man baa been brought up by the priests of the Tunplo of but ho has but TOMORROW AND WALLACE REID IN HIS GREATEST PICTURE BELIEVE ME XANTIPPE A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ALSO Love Loop The Loop ANOTHER EXCRUCTIATINO TWO REEL PARAMOUNTSENNP COMEDY THE BRIGHT SPOT COLONIAL WHERE THEY MAKE YOU WELCOME AT THE EMPRESS NEW YEARS MEETING By resolution of a meeting of delegates from Local U held on Saturday a meeting is called for 2 January at tho to complete arrange ments for a Contra Farmers Cooperative Buying Organization for Lethbrldgo District The CK offers a very attractive proposition provided suf ficient interest is shown and it is expected that they will have a representative tho mooting to full partic ularly in regard to their Farm Machinery WAITERS WANT HIGHER WAGES NEW the license given by the mayor in granting 150 allnight Christmas prospective New Years Eve celebrations in some of the big hotels and restaurants were threatened with when the International Federated Union of Hotel Employees announced to day that waiters had gone on strike and that more would be called out un less the proprietors met their de mands for higher DRY LAW CLOSES 250 SALOONS IN MONTANA saloon and Butte parted company tonight af ter an Intimate relationship extending over a half broken hitherto only by martial law which three times front doors to be Tho dry law cloaes 250 saloons and three breweries in this and probably marks tho climax of legislative refor mation of what was considered a rough raining indulg ing horse racing and There were an unus iiiilly large number of celebrants on the streets sembling of peace conference without further the Guardian today says While we are talking and demon others are Mid by no means acting In a sense favorable to the of the ideal Into tho practical and establishment of a rule of justice and goodwill among the nations of the Italy is creating accomplished facts on the shore of the Adriatic a powerful party is forming in not content with the recovery of Alsace and Lorraine and the happy healing of that his toric threatens to create a fresh sore by an extension beyond its In claims ara be tain the best relations with neigh boring Special cable to the Toronto Evening Revised figures issued today show that the total Canadian prisoners in Germany numbered of whom 255 307 were repatriated before the establishment repatriation ing influentially asserted not only to I camps following the armistice and Luxemburg but to sundry portions of Dutch territory on her northern and eastern Poland is threaten has actually occu pied a German city with a mere sprinkling of and thus to cut oft East Prussia from West Prus and apparently she designs to pursue her enterprise by occupying purely German territory in western Poland and further RATES EXPLAINED Explanation of tho proposed increase in express have passed through tho camps at Dover and Ripon since that This leaves 893 of our men who were many of whom aro still in though sofiie may be in and Holland on their way to PRINCE ALBERT VISITS OCCUPIED REGIONS the second son of King George Eng today visited the various parts of the occupied territory and inspect ed the He came to Coblenz by automobile and had luncheon with Major the American com LAST TIME TONIGHT POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE STUPENDOUS PHOTODRAMATIC PAGEANT TOCEANCE WITH MONTAGU LOVE AND BARBARA CASTLETON ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM YEARS DAY SPECIAL NEW YEARS DAY Norftia Talmadge in THE MISSING IMS I ALSO A SCREAMING LKO COMEDY THI BLIND PIG SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial LlmlUd to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Daily Train Service Double Dally Train Service TramCanada to Toronto Corresponding Fares to Comfortable Travel on Other Eastern Rolnti the Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Standard and Tourlit Excellent binina Car Tickets cold durlna December are good for 60 Extension will be granted by a payment of for each exira fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 512 J DISTRICT PASSENGER RIGG ACCEPTS TUgK has definitely accepted tho position of fered him by the provincial govern ment as superintendent of the bureau for employment of ruturned it for merly a prominent labor official and member of the provincial is now in Germany with tho Canadian in sent out by tho transportation depart ment of the Canadian Manufacturers For some of the commod on which the cancellation of spe TROOPS IN POSSESSION cable to Toronto Evening Feineru who wrecked a wing of the Belfast jail in which they were con fined quieted down troops be cial scales is particular in PLEADS GUILTY John F a soldier at Camp who killed Albert stationmaster hero on 25 when Prentiss arrested him for stealing a ride on a pleaded tuiilty to manslaughter He was given a sentence of from six to 110 years in the state prison at Wind IMPORTANT QUESTIONS Great interest is manifested among conference dele gates find In French political circles In President Wilsons trip lo Italy be cause of the importance tho sub jects he is expected to discuss Foremost of these it sup bo questions relative to the Flume and concerning which thu JiiKoSluvs nnj the Italians uro not in Tho discontinuance of the special I rates on fish Is ono Instance where opposition has been voiced to tin Objections to the proposed increase or suggestions regarding services gen orally are invited by the Canadian EATONS MAKE RADICAL MOVE Manufacturers Association trmsporj Dai tho Tno Association for and toe rrarn railway commissioners for authority to Llmltod throughout Canada 11 be increase their rates an tvaraw of M all aay am tho Sat per west of Sudbury and S7 per unlay half holiday will be extended to east of ovor tha prosi all the other months of the out rates per 100 I This is made by bir Shipments weighing 100 pounds or more now move under rates per 300 I pounds generally bused on tho dls I tance shipment HANDLE MANY CATTLE Alberta Livestock according to official huve handled a greatly in ireHHod number of hoss and sheep during this The ligurej lire as follows cattle hogs sheep 1917 cattle hogs sheep INCREASED WAGES 31 creased effective for employees of all telegraph systems in ifedforaf ox capt in nonfunctional offices and messengers wag announced today by PcatmxttarGeneral Employees In service more than a year and a half an increase of 10 per and thoie in em ploy year and a half 6 per cent Eaton in celebration of the tlWeth nnniveviary of the founding of clgantii retail business by the lato HOT RECEPTION FOR HARRY Laud who is booked for Montreal next will run into a reception very different from what he has heretofore bten accorded According to u communication received by the Star today from who says He is to be tgged even if he at tempts to step off the train and an has been formed to make things generally unpleasant for the Scotch HABOLD LOCK WOOD PALS Should a woman be jealous of her husbands friends Cannot loft and friendship be combined P ALS FIRST The gripping play of love and adVenturo will sued an intemtlM light on this See it at the Empress starring HAROLD SHOWING FOR THE LAST TIME TONIGHT AT THE EMPRESS SPECIAL HOLIDAY PROGRAMMC CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG THE SAVAGE ;