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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1, 1019 Till? UiTimmUQK DAILY MKHALU PAGE FIVE On July ao, 1911, Ordered Hei Troojis lo Fall Hack 10 Kilo- metres from Frontier PARIS. Feb. July 30. IM-I. the. Trench government urdereO its troopa to retire eight or ten kllomet u-a che- (routlcr. having heard thai Ihe German Iroops were moving loirard 1L M. Vivianl, former premier, declared the chamber of last night iu the course of disclosures concerning Ihc' origin of tho war which nsvcr before have been made public. M. Vivianl -was premier when the war broke out. "On July ho paid, "tho govern- int'iit of .wlifclt I was the chfpf wl that tho French troops should re- life eight or ten kilometres from the frontier, the same dato, 1 request- ed Paul Cambon (Frfljch ambassador In London) by wire to 'Inform Sir Grey of the mcafiurfi taken. 'Kngland.' 1 paid, 'will realize lhat Jt Franco Is firm. It IB not she who is iakinjj measures ol asHrc.sslon. Al- though Germany has moved lier iroops Ki-b. extraor- dinary ivnpjilracy to him cf JISS.- OO'J was told by Michael Counolly, mil- lionaire, prominent hero as a public works contractor, iu sworn testimony before Judge Cussim In Ihc etiquette court ertlay. Thi chargc vras lhat Arthur Kcremcul, notary formurly member of parliament Iterthicr. had with others to rob him of the amount named. 7hft Etory waKto tho clfect tliat Kcreiuont introduced (Connolly to ana, Cuarles Itold, tu Montreal, and to- Bother Ihoy wem to UuUalo, where Held said his brother. Harry, a tele- graph optralor, coiilJ give ID- formation on races showing horses i Three Canadians Win the High Honor For Distinguished Service in Ftti. Tress dispatch from London Gazette contains details ot how (.'apt. Coulscm N'ortnau .MUchell, Winnipeg: Uu> !alo Lieut. Wallace Lloyd Alglo. Alton, Ont.. and the late iSorgi. Cairns, North Saskatoon, wvu their Victoria Crosses. The citations fol- low: Mitchell. M.C., battalion Canadian, engineers, for most con- spicuous bravery and devotion lo duty on the night ol Get. 8-9. 191S. At Canal Lcscaut, ot Cambrai, he led a email party ahead ot tho first ware of infantry In order to examine various bridges on the line ut approach and it possible .to prevent KDMONTOX, Feb. answer to man who saves her-child, neighboring nobles art vicing, She Inhere it nut with marked approval.! next Monday and'Tuesday, February spurns ah offers of marriage and VLC- 1 Mr. Carlo is taM to have a parl udtulr- !y ami 4. i'howa how popular it might votes henei! wholly lo of slate ably suited to 'lite pecuSlar btyle. he wiicu produced iu first class stylo, wjn bo gupponed fcy a cast cf is such a com- and tho care of four year old son. When, through tho i rick try nl Prince Xaccaria, one of her suitors, this child supposedly lalU into a well, where -A lion U contiiic-d; the griet- strjckcn mother, vowing under the shallow ot the Cross to marry the Harriet Pun. er, Hattye Martha C rav- Hogues. Jay Khvood, Milt Harry Howard, Joseph an-1 Aim Kbort. to- gether with a cliurus describ- ed as the tost ensemble now pany as r. .Stua. lAYhytu has ussemb- led. has forgotten the thrill which catiio with the first reading o[ re- j presenting musical comedy. The the j which a delegation ol mayors ritles of the province vraltod upon Hon. Ut-crgr. timltli, nilnlstc-r of today, asking that the government the entire responsibility for c-duc-atlon In Alberta, TnalDUlnim; all hlpli schools from govenmicm funds. The minister stated thut thv proposed gov- ernment control .nhools was denLulition. On l. he found Iho reaching the bridge already that had von. In two days tliey won alnul SGflflO, according to Connolly's story, but subsequently was lost, whereupon was hot UJ'" ther. This limp they won, tut the a barrage he crossed broker refused lo pay because next bridge, where lie cut i hank Osh'numlier of Icaii vrlrcs- Tne11 (otal i darkness, unaware of thti position ami heavily charged for dcriioli ic was on a. paid in by Connolly, but before roker cauld settle the oflk-u was el by detectives alleged by Con- to The Roids were upon her battle line, tho government f Connolly states that Ke- nt tho French republic Intends to rmcnt Dersuaded him lo make tlemonstralo that France, as well as .Usapjjcarance from noa-commifaioncil Russia, bears no responsibility for the j appear aa a witness for atlacV (he KettJs. Ho charges Kcrowcnl ivlth These remitilsrences of the moment- yolnp a parly to ilie alleged ihett, anil ou3 days of the last of July. 1914, a piea Of jj0( guilty was entered by' _ ...iin causer) Ihe deputies to lisu -and cheer, KCromerit when arraigned on tie war- "au the former premier. railt issued agains him by Connolly. "CouM we risk a murderous war! QnJy evidence heard today wa? that en the question of the chance meeting of complainant, and directiy he con- o: patrols? We desired to proctolm on elided adjournment was made "mull high before the world (hat if France Thursday nexl. were forcc.l to fight, she woulA do lor ami Justice and not take ad-i vantage of any equivocation. "The withdrawal was earrieil oui! villiout meeting any obstacle, either'! technical or military. Ilatl we mot an observation ftoin Geu. Joffre to the effect tbat the measure nifght endanger tho fale of the country we, l, MElsted by was a nioro advanced had bot'ii yet adopted -by any state In the world. It could hardly l.c undertaken In Alberta under ttt- present condit- ion. Some financial how- ever, was promised th'j for (heir schools, partk-uIaVls" in connc-clion with hlglx school anl t-chnical work. AT THE EMPRESS. The Million Dollar Dollies, featuring the Dolly Sisters, will bo fhown at the Empress for the time tonight. Also a corking coaivly "Ills Aerial Joy-Ride." AT THE COLONIAL. FINE SHOW AT COLONIAL WON For the last times tonight tit the popular Colonial theatre will ,JG or (ered Douglas Fairbanks in his Ire mendous hit "The Lamb." This Is a uplend id at traction. r.n ij lileased tho capacity audience at the Colonial lasl night. On tho pro her vow a Fitiiple liunts- man ol plcLfcfan birtb rescues re- turns the lioy lo his metier, trouble ensues, Jlow this simple huutsman Anally winVher love ami she comes In the full realization ot her love fur him ind publicly espouses him. is toll in a serlc-s ol highly dramatic filkJ with Ihrllk. wonderful ol all fairy stor- ies, tjic -story tbo liltto neglected girl who In a night .fouiid all that Ltr ht-art; most desired. The principal ladies are exceedingly (Miss ('Union Is charming and grace- iful, The coruedy eleir.ent of the pieco Us in capable hands. A pamomimw is HU uufamiliar form The pantomime is a great show, full of in CanaJa, but i-; of prelly dances, lively songs, lovely IHI reason why it should not be arcli-lcostumcii aud graceful" girls, it could luatlzed and ihe jiro-luction of not be made more successful than ti derella" which to Ihe already been. AT THE MAJESTIC. CARTER, THE MAGICIAN Charles Carter. Ihc magician who'ta to appear at the Majestic (or] next Wednesday and Thursday is a widely travelled man. has played in nearly even' city of importance iu j tho world actj many out-of-the-way I corners of the gione as well. He bas gleaned an itnmtnse fund ot know- ledge upon his liobby, and is con- stantly adding to liU store. AND FRILLS" One ot the most successful musical comedies V1 which E JUchard Carle, Silvio Ueln and K, MacAnbur have collaborated will been seen at the Majestic tonight only. The jiSece is entitled "Furs and with Hichard Carte, lale star Ot "Tho IMe ot "Th'! Mayor of Tokio" "Tbe "Jumping "Mary's "Thu Spring "Ninety in the "The Doll Girl." "The Cohan gram -will also be shown tbo seconJ Uovue." and other largo musical lo Mow Ot the grfil circus tale "The I stows, as the star comedian. ue Lure of the Circus" 'foaturiiiE dashing; The piece was preaiiiiled for tlio of lllsiKddie Polo. comedy for tonight! first time at the Casino Theatre, iti should not have hesitated, but we should have kept watch1 on Iho front- Xo olijectlon came from the gen- eral." GETTING CLOSE TO MILLION KINGSTON. Opt.. Feb. I.-At the medical convocation of Queen's Uni- versity last evening, Principal lirucs Taylor announced that about was in sljht for jhft fund Tvfucfuis being raised lor Queens.v, BOLpHEVIKI THREATEN EASTERN GERMANY 'BERLIN, Jan. eastern fron- tiers are most gravely threatened by the Bolsheviks and Poles, ac- cording to the Taueblatt, which gives, the following report of the situation: "Strong Bolshevist forces are t-sfore thexboundsry of East Prus- sia; an sfmy of Poles threatens West Prussia and that portion of West Posen which is 6till In Ger- man Is subject lo a renew- ed Polish means that the prcvlnca cf Drnr.ncnburrj IB also In clanger. i ihe bridge iu whore" led to the aes! been wouniled. He uiil lie the two reel I.-Ko stream "Herlxew York City, where it had a long three of the enemy, captured 12 whirlwind Wedding." and successful" engagement, and has and maintained the bridgehead until Monday and Tuesday at the Colon-, since been seen in all larger cities, reinforced. Then under a heavy fire jai will wHiiess the offering of Car-1.__________ _, ho continued task of cutting the'jyie Jjlackweit and KveJvii OroeJy wire, removing charges he well -'The Golden Wall" a magnificent hriew might ui any moment have been world Company Enter feature. i fired by the enemy. entirely. Tuesday night at the Colonial will' due to his valor and action'- that thia Imijortant bridge across -de canal was saved from destruction. Hcrgt. Hugh Cairns, D.C.M., late battalion, Bafikatchewan regi- ment, for mo pic nous bravery before Valenciennes, Xov, 4, I91S, nighlly attracUng capacity audiences, when a machine guti opened fire on t The orchestra is a big feature, his plantoon. Without a momen'ts' Sergt. Cairns ssized a Lewis gun and single-handed, in the face of a direct fire, rushed the pos- itlpn, (he crew of five and j line was held un: lifu! in i3 Ihc much' hy machine gun he ar 'i rushed possessor of an array of jewels Jovwarrt, killed 12 of the tuemy and which few u 1S sai'1 ci-lured .18 men and two guns. SUhse- that 'hese jewels approiima: qu-ntlv, when the advance was held m value ana C0nsi5t ot up by itmchine suns and field guns diamonds, rubies anil other precious alrhoufih wounded, lie led a 'small atones in vast variety. Most of those, parly lo outflank them hy Wl11 be wora her in hcr trsyal of the Glsmonda in coutury store night, at which the ?irsl prize will be an order for a' ton of coal, The Colonial, is filling the puhlie demand for popular priced entertain- ment every nigfct in the week, and is' AT STARLAND. Lina Cavalerl, one of ihe reigning queens of the operatic stage; j and widely known as "the most liful woman in Eun ASTHMA I-INSTANTLY RELIEVED Wl iflSFHMADOR ORHWlty AMY DRUGGIST Bontrtil, f .Q. SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST BROKERS TORONTO, Feb. S. Tomenw-. of Tomenson. Wood and Company, captiiriHK allTbTir which will be stock brokers, aud Bcverley Brown, consoiidatiou he went with at the Slarland Monday and manager of tho firm, were arrested to- pjatoou to Marley and! Tuesday, day on a chargo of having received j forced 60 of the enemy to surrender. I-certain sums of money during Hie Whilst disarming this'narLy he years 1917 and 19IS. tho property of severely wounded. Nevertheless, he Ills Majesty the King, Knowing Ihe same to have been stolen. The arrest is In connectioni wllli'thc case ot Capt. f. K. Fisher, aii army paymaster, who, The beauty and talent of Mme. Cavalieri, which added to her fame as diva, arc employed ,to the finest ad- opened fire and inflicted heavy loss-} vantage in this superb photo-produc- es. Finally he was rushed by 20 of t ton, Slio is seen as Glsmonda, an the enemy and collapsed from -weak- Athenian Duchess, masterful and beau- ness through loss'of blood. Through-, t if for whose hand and riches the NOTICE! To Alberlan" Patrons WM. E, STANDING 1326 12th South Ts representing Uic Morn- ing Alberlan In All subscribers should communicate with hfm regarding their sub- scription. Ho would ntso like lo Get in louch, with 3 or -1 good newspaper hustlers, Boston Shoe Shine Parlours Mr Standing Is a Relumed Veteran and winner of tlie Mil- itary Metiat. Ho solicits your support. it was alleged, mado away with Na! out the operation he showed the large sum of government money degree of valor. His leadership' U is claimed, that some of it waslgrcally lo tlio success of spent with this firm uy Capt, Fisher.'the attack. He died ot wounds Nov. Capt. Fisher was the paymaster oE 20. the Toronto unit of the army medical est: OrE GOT GOOD ATTENTION- Editor, Herald: n icCeitt fff- yotir paper, January 13, 1S1Q, appears an item, dated Raymond, 11, and headed, "Three Ilaymond people vie- liuiE ffi Avliosc accur- acy I wish to deny and have the error corrected, in Mr. Hrig- ham Plefcett And his. (Sir. Plcketl his family hail the jtest of care frotn his ne.ighbprs' from [the-beginning until their sickness. There were always .two or more neighbors nursing them 'Ing the use of their cars. Tho ion Hoard funilEhcd two cara, at their expense, to tnke. bcra of {he family to tho hospital, and I wae in medical attendance on At I least four occasions brought by the neighbors. As the saitl item has arouseil llic Indlgnalion of concerned, I have been asked to deny It and to Ihank, (or'Mr. Ptckolt, Ihe board ot trade and Iho many neighbors who assisted them and Ravtf them every possible attention, como of whom con- tracted the "dread disease." wish also to express our Indignation ntirl Alsptanauro at the lack of tact and ufgh-handed outrage- of the provincial police- who searched tho casket with- out first making sultalriajniuirics. SAMUEL D. BAHTLETT, M.D. M'rtnr nil MURC FIJI IF IYWII Great War Veterans consider the vocational cours- es for returned scidiera" too short to be adequate. LAST TIMES TONIGHT DOROTHY DALTON IN The Kaiser's "Shadow" IT'S GREAT. ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "OUT WEST11 A SCREAM MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE FAMOUS OPERA STAR UNA CAVAL1ERA IN "LOVE'S CONQUEST" ALIO "HANDS UP" Fob. Addressing a gathering of about GO representatives _. of the steel. Iron and metal trades and In tho. Trade building yes- terday the subject cf prospects trade with Franco and giuin for Canadian iron and .steel pro- ducts, Col. David Carnegie, member and ordnance advisor, of the imperial munition? board, said that France woiiM not only bs canal to the work of her own construction, but irrcbalily would pruvo a formidable trade com- petitor1 of Great llritnin. All steel caunlrtos hnd Increased their producing capacity, but Can- aila'fi percentage oE increase -yvas greater than any country In the world. Finally, he declared lhal If Cairn- j dlan manufacturers -would follow the example of Great Britain liy dcler-i mining (o supply flomestic trade more fully, the Dominion will go to a siderahle distance in urging her snr-' plus steel capacity. Ho urged .lhat Canada should have nt least one struc- tural mill for rolling heavy structures and llius produce her own require- ments In this rospcct, EMPRESS Tonight Last Time The .Admission is 20c. Remember tht War Tax Is 1c. THE DOLLY SISTERS IN "The MILLION DOLLAR -DOLLIES" The Picture Beautiful In Six Great Acts. Also a Corking Good Comedy, "HIS AERIAL JOY RIDE" MONDAY AND TUESDAY CLARA K1MBALL YOUNG IN THE OF GLASS AN IMPORTANT DECISION TORONTO, concern which huys Victory bonds with no intention of making them a perma- nent Investment and which shortly sells them at a loss is entitled to hove j such loss and deduct-j cd from tho ig receiv- er! from the bonds In determining the amount on which It has. lo pay muni- cipal Income Such Is tlio princi- ple adopted by the Onlorlo Hallway Hoard In n decision which relievos: Iho Mivfsey-ll.irrls company from niosl, If not all, of nn income tan on. of Interest on Victory! bonds bought In 1817 and sold in 1SI8. The civil officials will probably appeal. PLAYING SAFE "Whnl wWlrt yon aakert tho fair "If I should loll you thai 1 was born tu Kgypt three Ihous-i and aald ihe man aildrest. "I fliouM say von dort'l Jook Tranacrlpt. COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT DOUG. FAIRBArYKS IN "THE LAMB" "THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS'1 And Other' Bij Features. MONDAY AND TUESDAY CARLYLE BLACKWELL AND EVELYN GREELY IN The Golden Wall One of Iho Flnesl rtioloplaj-s havo'ever ottered our patrons. LONESOME LUKE IN "LUKE LOSES PATIENTS" A SplKlicatlns Comedy, 2 reels. Another Howling Triangle Comedy. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA EACH EVENINQ T_____ "._ ___-____ ____- -TUESDAY NIGHT-COUNTRY STORE NIGHT- Hungry Between Meals? At s'jch a time I'r rc's nothing so satis-, ft made with. "Squirrel" Brand Peanut Butter as food as candy for bccsuw -t contains the elements maV: e brain and Crt-'itr Kii %V him (or ihc MAJESTIC Hi WED. FEB. 5 i CARTER .THE GREAT N4AQ1CIAN AND COMPANY. FreEenting the most marrtV ous and Eturnndout entertainment extant, allclcd in this or any time. Fifteen tons of new and spectacular illusions that obfuatcate the will and maka effinity witb Qnseea Beem certab. HIGHEST CLASS SPECTACULAR PRODUfr TION ON THE ROAD. Sea Corinno Carter, the nsVs- hlc morrel ot the decide. ilivmes your '.honghta. sefl Iho Spirit Seance! See too llaglcal a liundred mysllca! live and women, produced from nothingness. TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE The Great Carter invites ynu to vrrite a letter, ageing any Address same to him, care ot Majestic Theatre. All letters received will be confidential. He will call your InltlaU from the stage on the evening of the'performance and give vou a correct answer; 51.00, 7Sc, 50o Sale Opent Monday 1JEST1C-TONIGHT ONLY AT 8.3O SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT. "One of tho' funniest men (hat ever visited Press. AMERICA'S GREATEST COMEDIAN RICHARD CARLE Late Comedian ni'.a slar ot '-Tlio "The Mayor of "The Jlald and Iho Mum- "The Spring' ''Mary's "Thu Cohan and other tig Now- York and Chicago Musical productions. NOW PRESENTING THE GREATEST MUSICAL' COMEDY OF HIS CAREER. "FURS FRILLS" Cast of 50 People and the same that presented it lor nlno months in New York City. THE PRETTIEST CHORUS EVER ASSEMBLED "Richard Carle and Iho original New York Cast in 'Furs and Frills' Is the best musical comedy that has visited Winnipeg for many, many Evening Tribune. 50c, 7Sc, Hlghir MAJESTIC THEATRE 2 Commencing OD Monday, F Ho. O CALQARY ITS THE BIGGEST MUSICAL SHOW EVER SEEN The Romance of Childhood, Beautifully Told in Two and Supsrb Wilh All the of "Aladdin" and ind Score Mow, Hotly ...j T7 50c, 75c, JJ.OO and On Friday, il( ;