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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBHUARY X 19tO nil'.-vj-r-'.-iftRlDGK DAILY VIVE LANSING PRESIDENT OF COMMITTEE ON WAK PARIS, Feb. ing, the American itcreUry of Have, was unanlmouily elected preilfcnt of the committee on [ClponeiblUty for war, which held Its lint meeting todly 31 the foreign Hoover 'lulu How Allies Are reeding Peoples of War- Torn Countries 1'AIUS. Feb. iijssajo liy liis Americuu conjrtsa of me approp- riating Jlttu (or reUf( i" "will Hit a load o! (ear trow the livarls ol millions ot pwi'le In Kurujie." ilicbrcil Ucrbcrc Hoover, general ol relict, In a. statt- UK-nt Issued Ihis evening. "We liava at sea or itlscharslug tin.- iiwt" nl Trlcato. TO.COft lor.s of LONDON, Feb. British cabinet held a telsiot today to diicun the labor iiU'.ition. It is laid, however, that the govern- ment is it'll against an interven- tion. OMSK. Jan. tto Associated refusing to oliey an order lo protect the front ot the Siberian imuy asatnsl Ihe Rolslievlki In the re- gion of'Kunder, southeast of I'cnn, soldiers and 10 officers have been fuuj for Uiu Jugoslavs, Serbians anili court-martial and shot for lit- We hare H9.000 torn I subordination. accortllns lo ut eltiier unlvlog or In progress co mack S'-'a for Iluniaoia. The Aini'Hilaii idiot conmiLUee has 7.0M twis on way ID Armenia and Syria; iis a gift and we are ylachifi tons in Constantinople aa a re Kerve for them. We have 40.UOO tous 3n Poland, on. Hit- way or being trar.s- shipped Irotn lloUerdam for tho j J'oles ami" tons In Hollerclain' Awaiting the Finns nnd uluer lI.jcraLed vopulations in Mussia. The Polish relief committee Is sending a sill o( tons lo tliv J'olcs. ''Since I tie armistice, the BrlrMi authorities liavo distributed about 10.000 tons o[ food lo the Serbians; (rom Kunder. ficers :md soldlerfi -N'ere KkaterinburK for trial. report Elfin of- taken to LONDON, Keb. Canadian As sociateJ second bar lo sl'Dipsc o! Ihr- cxlfiloi- of llu' ll.ir 'V.s t'astle whlth in turn suilts u, kll- t'lien. where CinJ'jrella is discovered iit her favorite seal by the fire. Hue 1 her fairy god-mother to hrr ;sr'I i? .-he >voulil like to ?o ;'i? ball. Whi-n Onderella fay A it is I orders tier lo i it liig X'lluiv and sir anil four while rats. Tli" to IhL- did ij'jrk Ujv.or v tV.- fairies havu' unili LI t r.u. to for When all Is ready the scud fairy s her ami tin- im TA1US. FYb. Press.) of Ihe vonfcrente have received from ibc of Kiuine, wain iJt iho free Us" provided fur. Meal cat- free libt for auolWi from Felmmy 7. 19V-1 An additional order 1. td, granting a tent., of Ibe duly pul niaicrlalA used alter si.' u( February. 1S19. 'u Hi- gas or gasoline in the i for lavm purposes ami tore designed io _l u (ratifon engines for K'rella U uu way to i batl. i only ha.i Mr. J a vonrterful scci.ur he j assomble.-l a of [lantomiue artists, by iho lav otuedleniu', Miss Xara CHmon. ilvr If is to that wij-'fc of tiie fumo.LH will "VYorUi" Company. Colonial on program raUoiis will tills uttering jf liinigl't aw, will iu- "Tlit- lor j; will in itii> liu-iilrc- AT THE KMl'KESS. I will'aU.' till' au'i'i'u-.lui'i Luke sen iutu 'iitiin.'. ami Ibis c :i (o Hie t durations, im-l j VOUUK. although iunycciit of any "Ml llJtrMm .om.ilkHy in the mine, sptuli a yean si !be rotonliL will and i iialf in cri-tm as an IUM'JiuiUhv i 'lD Oiintry A of Uurkc, wlioni slit' ty I ar'Il-v last roi'-U- nurry lor Hi Uio national round) at mayor ol tho city and members ol ilie bciise ol dppullps a memorandum ccurerning tbe situation iu tltat loivn, who Us fate io ht; docjiled this week. The iwmoramluni unln- tains (bat on ut Aus- tria, r'iuice an indejjetidenl stale, exerctiiins all state .'unctions, as It had notified all tjfj Kurcue and America- "Thti tiatc Klunio. using Its rights of self-deler-! WIXXITBtf. mlnatlon, to join Italy (or iia-jtion U-Eiblatloii to tw bciort lional and economic parliament at ibe comitti; liys inetnoraiidum Fays. "The natlonalUj- been practically decidfil im. Of Fiumo is proven by tbe fact' thai! lo a special dispatch lo tint all mayors ami deputies of tbe oily Pres5 Iroul lts AT THE MAJESTIC. have ahs-ays been "Italian, and the same holds true as to mem hois-or th iriuuicfpal countll." the Kalian autlioritfes some tons to Ibe Austrians, and the Ilritlsh' aullicriUes have in nrogress or 15.000 lous of food to the 'Hnmaulans, Wo have since Ihe nr- the D. 3. O. has teen awarded to the mlstice delivered into Rotterdam 300r DOO tons of food for Ihe Belgians and liiieraleii French with the support o! Major Royale imr treasury, and Belglutn and France. Our have been opened in Vlh- ually every capital among the rtls- Col. Angus McDonald, 3rd tressed neoplca nnd wlUi the passaRo' 1-lcut. Norman McKochem, Wtfl Hat [ollovrlug: F. GIHsQn, 7Sth Hal- lion; Eric MacDonald, 10th Uat- talion; Lome MclJUEhUn, 2nd Bat- talion; Albert Sparling, Isl Thc D. S. O. has l Ihe following awarded to HUGE DEATH TOLL of this act of congress business." we are uhle to LOXDOX, Keb. ciated Canndidn is to submit, a return noncomniis- sloncti ofticera and men, metr.bfrs of tiie permanent force, who wish to re- talion; Majors C. 1-vman, 51U; -lames WINNIPEG, re cords of the department of public health show that 1738 persons died ol Influenza in Winnipeg during the epidemic and up to the enrf of January, 1919. TEXTILt HILLS CLOSE JAMESTOWN', Feu. textile mill lit Jamestown ctoserj this afternoon, manufacturers say on ac- ount ol unsettled markets and Ran kin. -IClh; George Bbearer. llth I difficulty of ooUlnfng material; work- Artillery; Lieut.-CalE. Urnft Toiler, jers say because at the S-imur day dc 51U Battalion; HfcfaanL H'.li; I nmnds. and William William K. Anderson JJedtcal fitld, chaplain- Major Georgo WOMAN ON MURDER CHARGE ilEGlXA, Feb. Annie BoWis, of Wakaw, Sa3k.. Is how In tho tolls 7lii; Cecil Bwart, RaHwey Corps; Ueut.-Col. John Or. I. Ervan, lotb Bal- lalion; Rev. Edwin Graham, chaplain; Capl. Gordon Graham. 10th Battalion; unit Major George Hall, Medical Corps; I.lcut. Harold Hanson. 43rd'Battalion: Major Arnold 5Sth Battalion; Uev. Kllpatrlck, chaplain; engage or sill] liavo one year'nnd up- Lieut.-Col. Guy Klrkpatricfc, Bat- murdered [n his sbacfc on Sunday evening by the accused woman. TUU Is thc-ihlrd to have taken place in Saskatchewan since beginning ot the new year. DISCUSSED BY LABOR PARIS, Feb. iirojei-t for the establishment ol a representative at Ottan-a. "II i Hspatth adds, "that ie asked to evlecd fci ho d c c la ra t ion of ji c .tons enacted lasl council under Ihe war i Hio iRim-ni will Vi'ii- from by order-in- act. I f. A. 'Ko iviu-1 wur t or- I'f'-ijioiiilt'iii, In Ills on at Majerilic umi Haairday i week, will U'U w -stury 1 ot ihi- "Euiniorial-' ut Monchy Lii the gal but and vUtorious U'iinadiau.-. U ulll be a of a rirel-bant! corrcsponilent has been notified that the rcrraanptit force is being recon- Blituteil and' will have a strength not exceeding '5000 men; The' terms of talion; I.ieuf.-Col. Francis Pawlelt, tion BIG TRANSPORTS COMING Feb. militia dcpartrnent has received 'A'ord thst tne transports Cartnania nnd Tunisian, carrying a total of Canadian troops, are now on their way across the Atlantic. The Carmania will dock about the and the Tunisian 3 few days later. COL, McNAUGHT DEAD William Kirkpatriek McXancbl. C41.G., anrl; general manager of the American i Watcb Case Company, of Toronto, a former president of the Canadian i i Manufacturers' AESociation and llift AT When "Love's tiie suburb loicplay piarri.ig Llna Cavalitrt, famous singer, helnf; staged fit Fort Lee, thousands ot visitors front nearby points were constantly in at- lendancc. In this Oicre are 3y nicli scones of unusual magni- tude, and In one scene especially, tliat in wlilch fiisiiionda implored by Iho populace to keep her vow made under the fahadow ol tho CHIPS to wcil tbe man savnd her child from undt-r the lion's claws, several ihou- saud men and women, nil appropriate- ly costumed, are employed. In the handling of UICEC tiamendous situations and army of people, Edward Jose acq'iittcd himself witli groat ar- tistic skill. H's groupings were mag' anil thoroughly in keeping willi tiie importance of the subject un- i _ ______ __________ _____ _ will be fwtiyedrs, with Slaile, SOtli Major Snsfcatclicivan Major Ar-1 labor bureau is hclnfi quietly discussal thtir Pratt, 116th liattaJion; Lieut.-: among Bome uf the labor, leaders.in Col. John Kalstcn, Engineers; Capt.; the proposed intcrnatloualj Canadian National Exhibition, a The Idea has not reached a stage of pay the panic 'aa force, Ihe expeditionary Turner, Manitoba Lorne Tweed, Engineer- Charles Yarflley tVeavcr. frit lalion. The-second b... thu Military Cross has been r.w.Moil to Captains Percy Ranfl. Lml ;iatlalion; Edward :iark. Mounted Billes; Major Arthur Field, 5Sth Baltalioh; Lieut. Joseph Hardy, 52nd baljallon; Cayl. Feb. today's Fejslpnvoj-the JJaptist ccrovcntlon it Avaa uhaninibuslj' tlecldtM to offer the IxuUfon.'of general secretary ol tbe Baptlst'Urc'on ol'Western Canada to Dr.' F. W; Patterson, pastor ot Kirst Haptist church here. Most of 'Ihe morning Cession was taken up ivltli reporta from superln- tondenls of various non-KngJish mis- Canada. F. L. Brbcdow, Vorklon, report- ed o? the German-Baptist Church Mission, Indicating the abso- lute loyally ot the German Baptist? Jn waMlmei' Trie report says that not a slilgle' German tlaptfst bas liecn Justly under Hiispicl6n, and noue wa callert to the courts to answer to any charges 1ri connection with the war. development for submission (o Ihe Sutherlnnd, Valors Hoyes mid however, and fe ,___ understood to lie still m-somewhat R. SmylLe, 5Slh BaitaUoii; Meui.-Cfll.l a nebulous shape, Telegraphic Briefs The N'ova Scotia Steel plant nt Syd- ney Mines closed xlc-m tenyDrarily helng Johnson. 5Sth Jfajor James atjd iron wtllibe inanufac- Scroggie, ificnh Battalion; Captains ol tbe Ontario Hydro-KIectrlc! Power Commission, mul a longer niem- ier ot Ihe Ontario lesislau'irc, died yesterday at his home iiern after a brM illness. He-was 74 year.-; old. L ,fl for the tinle Four bat. r P. Sltiart-Wliylc's third animal Eng- lish pantomlne offering In Canada is which comes to tbft Ma- Young, 32nd Battalion: .Lewis Young- ter-es of oyena bc kept in jeattc for two nights starling tonight. .L. er, Qtli Brfgaite. Bar to Military Cross LONDON', Feb. (Canadian Asso- ciated bar to the Milit- opcratloit and tiie remainder allowed to cool oK. legislation committee of In preparing (tic slago version of this famous fairy story Mr. Wbyte has followed the seauenceiof the original Winnipeg city council tale'to a Barked rtegree. the plot, or EMPRESS TOMORROW BEAUTIFUL CLARA K1MBALL YOUNG The Queen of the Screen In THE HOUSE OF GLASS AT TUB COLONIAL. With the beginning of another week, j o Colonial Theatre management have i arranfjc-d another ac-ries of pplPiidld Tea-: Lure attractions for the coming i Tonight Tuesday night, the stellar aUnu-tLcm will Le the inter- ntlonally famous actor, Carlylo Blai-k- hi his powerfully dramatic pholo- play "Tho Golden Wall." In this sup- j or feature, Carlyle tilackwell is sup- i portod by "Evelyn Grcely; Madge Rv- ans, Johnny llinos and other well I known artists. tnfiJetitally. the pro- CURAWMBAaYCKJNC HM HOUSE of CUSS" HERE WEDNESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chaplin In a Big Double Program "Borrowed Clothes" and the Sea" COMING SOON "MORAL SUICIDE" try tiighi. tin; jirir? -A-ill Lf ;io order for a ton M toal. itini scores of uther useful iviil I.e v3veil away. Violet i omes to iho Col- ouitil MS U'ntiifsttuy iri VaVlroiT Our- ilf "M-'-- "lllutlljirt1-" <-'Htltlwl in v Cj i n dual Land 'Mi-'' finally in a iiartion from tii' Koverr.or io rtiurn for droppliig ih. of theft one of.Ills 1 exlremn youih hidj I led the Ruremor to Intercede in the I lli.lllllnl. boy's bchal.'. This uciiun clear the V w 11I41A4 skies all around, anil in Ihe final close- Margaret and Uke are in Jooight TUES. "WORLD" FEATURES PRESENT CARLYLE BLACKWELl AND EVELYN GREELY IN "The Golden Wall" A Feature At- traction. Produced on a lav- ish scale, with a wonderful ca s t and yroiluct'on. We gladly recommend tbta to our patrons. ALSO LONESOME LUKE in "LUKE LOSES PATIENTS" A BpUfllcatlng comical up-' roar In two reels. You'H laugb ul Luke. Great COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA EACH EVEN- ING. TUESDAY NIGHT COUNTRY STORE NIGHT Firs f I' r i n orde r for a ion of coal, delivered to the winner. Filly other useful gilts given away. Come and enjoy lite tun. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW UNA CAVALIERI IN "LOVE'S CONQUEST" AND "HANDS UP" AND HAROllD LLOYD (N "THE NON-STOP KID" Roderick Jackson; 85th in tho fOTming of a world Capl. Sydney Johneon; 16th; Lieut.i 'eagtie. George Kcrr, Major'William Tho Frencli army group of the cast 3rd battalion; 'Capl. John' Knight.! has been dissolved. Gen. ile Castolnau 102nd.-Mcnt. Alexander 18lh' has been.relieved of and battalion; Carit. John Lough, 72nd I will he assigned lo other .dmlea. hattalicm; Major Walter The strlklns employees cf Iho To- lUlh regiment; Capt. Kelt McQowan, route government artificial factories ballallon; Lieut. Alfred Mason, withdrew their stand against arbitra- 33rd; Major John-JSISlar, 85lh; Lteul.UUm; at ri meeting under the leailcr- Koland- Srd; Captains ship of A. Hazdden, of Calgary, nnd Duncan rhetllcnts; Thomas' agreed upon a basis of settlement by Morrow, 4th; William Murray, MWE8TIC-FR1L-SAT. FEBRUARY 7 AND THIS WEEK 8-MAT1NEE SATURDAY Fob. pose of establishing an Industrial bureau Iri Allans, dek-gatcs Hqroirt H. Phillip's, Royal frr.in all orer Ihe province, mayors of lana; WIjTred 116th battat- cities and officers ct baftnfc of trade loni nobert TllcbaTrison. Sth batUl- arci meeting., in conference here William 72nd battalion day.. They were welcomeit -by Prc- j Jonti Southclierd. llthi tlngh Smith, niier SlGwncI, who endorafd tholr pro- posiil out warned thai If llifcy looking for aid (rom (lie1 government {hey would ask in -jValn. Ho: thought any industries lliftl (.Tr.ilnf; inlo Alherla KhJuM do so on Account ol the nnlurhl orporUmltEes tho rountry offGrfcil, not aa 'Iho result of any bonuslng Tho f.onfcrcnpc named Mayor Urown. of Metllclno Hat, as permanent man. A committee pro- Soht a wE later, to bt adopted" 2nil battalion; Melville Tenbrocke, E'rIncGsH Patrictug; Duncan "Turner. l.levit! ChArlea Wall, 10th ballallon; Affreil WMte, Princess PAtrfcJas. SHORTHORN BULLS SALE V'V'V'' Eioht hCAri of yearling feiilli, 3 9coich bred, tricing to While HnEI Oultarii and the others of good breeding, Am also offering for salt my herd bulf, No. 121896, a grandson Avondalt, nnd A real herd hcadar. STOCK FARM, BEN S. Every union man in Seattle put on a general strike at 10 a.m. next- Thursday, in sympathy with- Shipyard men. OperAUves hi textile mills In many ffecllong of Xcw Knglanil work- Ing on JV basis ot -IS a weeh( n of six hours under the schc-' ilnlc which had long been In effect. The Kroncb cabinet niel and exam-. ineil Into the subject of tho increased cost of living. Tho minister ol Jus- tice will introduce a bill In parlia- ment wllli n request for'exlremo ur- 'f igfiTicy In considering U, Increasing the j penalties for cornering All sncb wlii nc brought bt'fore court-marUfils. Oireclor-Ocncral Illnrs, testifying Iieforc ttie inter-fitale commerce i coranitltee for the lirH time slno.o his appointment as railway lieail, ilecbr- cd he did not In govornmenl ownership, but'in of-si big railway companies snhject lol cToso government Mijicrvtalon. The nrst Indian soMlor of Saakat- cliewan in be, arrsrded n itccpralion during Ihe Rroat, is now known to bo Alex. Ilrasa, formerly Inleiprcter r for Inspector Graham, commissioner .of Indian affairs for the west. Cor- poral Brass lias been Awdrclfii mllllary metlnl for his the laal days of Ihe offensive, jnsl fore the Oernuina crumbled, <-i THE FAMOUS CANADIAN WAR CORRESPONDENT F, A. McKENZIE IN HIS THRILLING WAR TALKS FRIDAY EVENING "Through the Hindcnburg Line with the ________Victorious SATURDAY EVENING "BRITAIN HITS BACK" How England Saved the World. SATURDAY AFTERNOON Special Lecture Pic'ures for the Children MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT TUESDAY FOLLOW THE CROWD TONIGHT, BUT GET.. YOUR .TICKETS NOW. SOME 60OD SEATS LEFT. The Romance of Told in Two Acts 2nd Eleven Superb Scenes. With All the Favorites of "Alacldin" and a Score Mere.. Mostly Girls, Prices: 75c, and Jl.SO. SEATS NOW SELLING AT BOX OFFICE. ACTUAL AND AUTHENTIC CANADIAN FIGHTING-FILMS RESERVED SEAT SALE OPEN NOW, EVENINGS.....................................; 75c, 503 Saturday Matinee: Adults Me; ChUdien 25a MAJESTIC E WED. FEB. 5 CARTER THE GREAT .MAGICIAN AND COMPANY Presenting the most marvel- ous ami BlupehdoiiV magical entertainment cxtanf, unpar- alleled (n ft [a or any other ifme. Fifteen Jons ol new and spectacular iUunions (bat ou.ustcale tho mako AftivHy unseen forces seem certain. HIGHEST SPECTACULAR PRODUC- TION ON THE ROAD. See Corlntie Carter, Iho psjrc- We. liinn'cl of tli6 tlecado. She dlviiiea your thoughts., Keft (lie Spirit Seance! s'co, Ihn Magical liundrert inyctlcaV .msn and women prtxluced from nolh.ngness, TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE Tho Great invite you lo wrilo a letter, asking any quesUon. Address fame to him. cam of llajcalic .Thcalro. All letters recelveil will bc confidential Ho uUI call your initials troni tne stage on tho evening of the performance .ind give you a correct answer, 75c, SOc Seat Salt Opens Monday ;