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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TltRSDAY, FEBTUUnY THE USTIIBRIDGE DAILY WOULD PAGE FIVE LONDON, Ftb. for the KM over tliUfctUn during the Utt M tUtw a Dublin die- H "Irfor- In >ny paeeMtlan which It cletr thrt we may p4ot very Important devetopmente et While telfut hae thinking CMjblln been thlnklna although Industry U the engine her "Both ttift political and trial of republican movement find the moment ripe tor r blow. grrfert to government hae always b-eo that those forcte would form a temporary union. That union may be achieved very shortly. The concentration of the two wings upon concrete Itsues could not have bwn eklllfuUy timed by the generate. "With their Inscribed 'Release the and '48- hour weak' the army of claim they be able to threa-quartere cf the pcp'Jlallon, Tholr line of ac- tion fo largely a matter of specu- fatfon but I am creditably inform- pd that en the Sinn Fein sldi the Industrial section has succeeded In securing complete control, leav- ing individual members of the ocuUve committee with only nom- inal authority. It is common knowledge Out on the, labor side power hM entirely Into the hands of connolitti, cr It significant that th.) Jesuit Fathers In this city, whose church It attended largely by the narrowett section of 8lnn Fclners, are txctsd- Ingly untuy and have buy warning people to prepare for trouble. "Large etocke of flour and candlta ere being laM In by many Dublin houeeholders." Health Laws Planned- Work to Give Employment to Kelurned Soldiers usual ot Ihc (Spec-lal to the Herall) EDMOATQX, Feb. ctri'aiuiiinfs inirlttrt the U'EiPiaUre this trie Oovernor tirivtn lo tlio live ImiltUnga in siate. with an escort of mounted iwi-ct. U -Tvas to he ob i-erreit ilint tiiy aa-embiy dumber ihe jrvu I'jr n y ana n-UHU.6- ILC tun tt uP UVIUU H uiit; teitiCU Ul luj win ue tisK wo-HUit jug 01 u iMittT ui i s iiiLTLdtu jn sviuo uie, lor tut iEiiUctioa piogntui pi-u js, tau stoii of loll ami rtifji iiiic-5 jprc-'agbcui liio tysi- er lUMUti'lcnai omer voi ot a public imiyre. Trif- jirac-ticai c- tarion ol ?iwo toe ultig o( Hit wir ftiineiB u ihai o( be carrkd on ihkH aid n tbc hope ot my ji'jvermiieut ilmt ciiiiAoxnicni will mus bi; givtn to Mir of AB arranged the o( tlio me prime minister, logtther oiher member R ot my ;ovcrninent attended aa c'a1. conference at to i the question of ilic transfer of tho tiatural resources to the iirairie Inccr. Although no ilc-Iinlte dscii of the! was reached the Dominion author ibis tae In Hies, iutfmatton was given the nct- CALGARV, fa run high with Veterans regard- ?cd in thu P %nrl scheme and i for tha four alifs without i-Iowl ot The graliiuu> Ji kne routury at ihp deliverance from tho grip ot marital coin bat is ivell FUEL GREAT NEED PARIS, Feb. GJbvon, capt, T. C. and otncr representa- of tne fnter-ithed food rcuef returned to Paris to- day to a report to Herbert C. director-general gf the corcrnlwion, teverat travel throvflh Poland, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Jugs- and Serbia. "Coal U now the moit In Cxecrio-SloVRVn, AuUrla eald without an Increased fuel auppiy, food relief on a largt icrle at tiit popular Colonial (or it's ('ouairy Store nlghl. This is tho when scores of valuable anu prlieg given away to Co lonlal prizes all iho way from a ton ol coal to a lull-pound of tea. A packed fcouse greeted the Country Store >aet Tve-ek, and those who enjoyed fun eagerly tor to- tit's reprtltlon thfi bly doings. 'fbs (irift ortte wll! be a ton ot coal to lie rcridence of tho winner frw ci Tho jr-ogram touicht (.1 splendid Curljle HlarkvcH KVfeiyn Creety are (O-sJarrcd In "The (JoMcn a very fino picture; 1-oneFome J-uho is featured tn. thp big i-oinedy, "Kuke and other at- itactlve films fill the hiil to perfec- The Tok-nial toi-jierl orchestra will be heard in orciiettral ib.e bui lovahle VlnleUe could best by Manm. 'ihut aey were fighi iidt oti-n provea 'by -.6 exyuisiie penoruiiuce fine gtvcs the tiftnums Locke heroine, "vlvi- t" wilt by caown at tiiuriand sday uod Thuriday. She Is aWy ]jporSPiJ by hugpne ri Koni an'l other welWsDOffn p. Walter tMwards Olrecttd conceit. CXnno early toulght lo get A couple of ago when V. Stuart-Whyte was hero ills com-! pany In he told Tho Herald that K hl.i endeavor lo bring everj' year a botter Ho is living up to his that outers itiioiiflfS Prime Minister cf Canada thai MI ovi-ruuuguig proposals wouM he matlc in lliis connection within a short time. Tlio imbllc accounts fnr the last fiscal year will lie laUl Ijefijre you, as well as estimates for (he amounts re- quired for expenditure tinrin? com- ing year, all prepaid with iy tho thiifj the t-osv ivas told out. It uas tl'c first sell-out mufl- for a long The periontianec la nicely J-'taged. Anyone who knows ihe Cinderella SLory hnowg that H may be staged elabora'.ely a.s the will permit, fyr a travelling lompany iias won- ders. The-costuming is In scenes i> and tj, (he uppenranee of lino Harvey, together with Uie whole seUing, was one of tin; scenes cvvr here. As Tor the individual actors ami the the, attraction is'fortumve choice. Miss Zara Clintoii por- trayed Prince {.'banning, and Miss (Minion is a favorftc here. Her act- ing graceful sin} Uarry Jloyhnul, Herbert Sydney, John Har- rett-Lcnnnrd anil Clitden Corless sup- pllcil tho comedy in large measures and in their own 'inimitaolR style. Harry Hoylaml is'as old as the Stuart- company anil just, us iiuimlar. Miss Sue Parker's interjjrctaliou of Cinderella characteristic, while Miss Kitty Arthur made n. splendid Da ndi n i. Miss U ianc rje Young, as Tecln. tbe Spatiisb 'dancer, charmed tbe audience wltli Jit-r njteri'relive dar. ce. ]s It for an act or to lie playing in two differed theatres at JileniicalS.T tlio fume moment? U it. This is precisely what is occurring in ttiliridgc tonight, T, C, Corlos.s with Cindcri-Ua eoinpajiy, ia jilay- Ing at SturlanU as ttic court jester in j "Ijove's ami is also playjjjjf Iti "Cinderella at Iho .MajestU', lh> Ju- forir.ed Manager JMcniirg of yesterday that durtns iht taking o! this picluro (he lion lusncr was badly mauNvd Ny tliu tioa that wni in (he hospital fur t-isijt J. Locke, IdM not need the operation, Ul Ulliu r.ll my friends ftboul it" A- Black River Falls, ff b. It u just such u ef Mm. Binzer hu tnida thi? f UTWCI root Mid herb temedj word f am KCK! te an. vomu who I suiters from inflamrriitioD, ruckndie. iwrvousntw, or "Ihe srionW I rot tcit until hu p'ven ft tilil, and for ipeciil write Knlhtra Mediclnt Co., Lyoc, Sloans Kills Paiix MAJESTIC Last Time Tonight F. STUART-WHVTE OFFERS "CINDERELLA" The Hit of the Year. Prices 51.00 75c 30c, 60c, 51.20 LAST TIMES TONIGHT UNA CAVALIERl IN "LOVE'S CONQUEST" "rmy. I Vt'ith regard lo Iho material prosper- ity of the province It may be stnted that although tho quantity ot grain harveflicd in 1918 was disappointing, cauacd Ihrough the riroulh In tho Loulhern, and a Ecvere frost In thoj northern inarl of tho province, yet the Increase In mixed farming was siifCiclnnlly largo to offset any ndvorfo balance compsrcrl tho year 1917. The epidemic of Influc-nza from unlcfi iJie province suffered fn tho latlor part of 1913, I regra to nay, heon uncommooly a.ivorn, particuhrly In tlio more sparB-'ly satllod jocllona: Of thft province, Strong measures for contending wllb Ibo disease wero und- rrlahen by iho government and fbo el co-operation of the boards o( henMh. ns wall as nil classes of clt- I7CH3 Ihronghout Iho province has had (Ito effect of cheRblng Iho epidemic nnd redtielnf the.toll of life. Tlifa pcHeticft clearly showed tbe nee? of further health and sanitation laws, reguIaUons throughout Ihe proving. To this rnu. legislation will ho CUNARD RHCHOR ArlcHor'Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS From New Feb. t4 Hrom Feb. 17 ..Prlniei Julia., From New Feb. 17 ...Carmanll... Feb. 13 ----Pannonla... Feb. 22 ..Royal George., Flom St. Feb. 25 ...Cassand.'.'i.. From New Mar. 1 ...AquHanla... Mar. 10 ....Caronlj.... Mar. 18.....Orcfuna___ 18 ..l.Saxonla..., War. 24 .Garmanla... Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool London Liverpool Glasgow Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool LTverpoot IMrchese Prepaid Tlctels now for Hclatlvei ami mends to ensure prompt Railing. For all Information apfily lo any of our Agents, :or to Corapany's Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 WAIN total HARRIS AND ROSSITER 141 1 Mrs.Charles Chaplin ID Her Lttleat.C Act Photo Play Achievement 'Borrowed Clothes' WEDNESDAY- THURSDAY VIVIAN MARTIN IN ''VIVIEHE" ALSO "SHE LOVED HIM 2 REEL SENNETT COMEDY COLONIAL TONIGHT COUNTRY STORE NIGHT SCORES OF USEFUL GIFTS GIVEN AWAY. First ton Coal iveretl to Ihe witiner'a resi- dence. COME EAHUY (Ireat Photoplay Program "THE GOLDEN WALL" With Carlylc Blackwell "LUKE L03ES PATIENTS'' Screaming CoiucUy CONCERT ORCHESTRA USUAL PRICES Alio'the Famous Camedlan Charles Chaplin "By the Sea" to on error en (he part of our Film Bxchsnge, "Tho Hoase ot Qlass1' has failed In reach 'tis (or shoving is ad- Walcn for daws, FEBRUARY 7 AND SATURDAY: THE FAMOUS CANAUIAN WAR CORRESPONDENT F. A. McKENZIE IN HIS THRiLLINQ WAR TALKS FRIDAY EVENING "Through the Hindcnbnrg Line with the ________Victorions Cmdfans" SATURDAY EVENING "BRITAIN HITS BACK" How England Saved the World. SATURDAY AFTERNOON Special Lecture for the Children ACTVAL AND AUTHEmiC CANADIAN FIGHTING FILMS RESERVED SEAT SALE OPEN EVENINQS Matinte: AdulU Me; Chlldrtn NOW. tl.OO, Tic, He, ;