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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, UiTHBHIDGE DAILY HEHALO 'PAGE FIVE British Attack Bolshevlki ARCHANGEL, (Astocl- and Russian troops, supported by American machine gun and trench mortar units, began an attack at 10 o'clock this morning against the on the Pfttrograd road south of Kadlsh, There have been, no final reports ot the results of the fighting. The Infantry went forward after the Canadian artillery had silenced the enemy artillery fn a bombardment of several hours, The attack was made for the pur- pose of prelecting the American petition at Sermakrenga, about 30 mites eastward, from flank at- tack. The. Bolshevist are ehetffnp the American In tba Vaga sector continuously. MAY SAVE 1 DAY lione Dry Detroit Has a Liquor- less Drink With a Regular Kick; New York Takes Notice XEW Wltli a tick lifco tlio flrat row on an opening night, (hero tomes, to' clieer tho hearts oE Ihoso who arc preparing tlic eackcloih and ;iahc5 for thu uigbt ot June 30, tho news ot the "cocklail a la aioile." The Btory of U comes from Detroit, the town of Ford and flivvers, but, latp U from those who have tried it, tlic cocK- tail a ia mode is no flivver, Michigan, Ory now for mauy 'long anil rtreary months, refused, FiTDicntalJon starts in with about ihe same reluctance as t rouble starts when romebody llrroivs a lighted cig- arette into Ihe powder bfn. The drink haa uu elfect Vfiy much llfce that of (he sU'ongesl Manhattan. After that everything; Is rosy, ami all thoughts of the Sahara desert fudPj quickly from ttii Diiini'a eyo a joy-tinted mist. You cau get tho cocktail a la mode arw In Detroit." Tho pretty purple cocktaft is ing iwe an epiilemfc In all temper- ance states, ft is said, and .Yen- York ilrinU dispensers, since Ihc ncvi'i of H has fricMeil arc loohtug uy aucl smiling. WON'T HOLD MEETING i- CALGAKY, Fch. ex- ecutlve of the Trades anil Lab- or Council iu whoso hands was lelt Iho question vt holflfciH a Sunday inaas meeting in thp In- terestB of "freedom of speech1' announced ihla morning llialno v mectlns wilt be how tomor- TORONTO. Feb. special row. Last SunJuy's uicotinB cable to the Telegram from Loudou was caucclleii for fear of dis- (wiay ortjer j. "1 aw authorized by Canadian head- quarters in Kngtand to state most o( tho 3rd division now in Kngland and the remainder is moving today. The division goes to Bramshctt. The 1st division Is moving down to ihe French embarkation ports, vacated by the Jrd and tho 2nd is following the 1st division, and the 4th clEvIbloa ia co-tiring behind. "The 3rd division should reach Can- some time in -March, wtrh each ot the other division? about months behind. Thc r.ii'nvay strikes he-Id up Iho departure of troops for Canada this week. Tho 12th rail- way battalion has sal'tefl, 3rd and G'.h battalions following. "Though a general strike la avert- ed, the railways remain in bad shape. 'f'lft tubes anJ most itio under- dollars tm a naUonal'lJilj-b'vay grounds.arc still irtle. The consequent AT THE KMI'KESS. 'hundreds were turned away ami in JJrtasro and, was Identified with m'anj Iu "Tho Housqpl Chra KEm- Icw cltles lhat Lave be-n Illavci1 ot bis moat famous successes, ball Young will appear IV: ,touc; tljc 1ms bceu lim- Mr begau lila screen meoj Thtatro today in Iho rote ol Mar- wily by tapatity of Iho Ihea- With Vnlveml. Uter ho wax (eatur> garel Case, an Innocent girl whom a.; re3" cf thC3C fact9' th- e-1 ia a number of Thomas Ince pro train of circumstancM touilemus urges pat-' ittCludUig "The Thorough- prison sentence. This picture '.vas adapted by Charles K. Wbluaker Irom Ihc sensational stagts success by Max Marein, produced under tho direction of Kmite t'hautard, and is belritj dis- tributed as one of her Select Star I to obiasn stats la "Thft Sin Ye "The Bride o! Mute" and "The Crab." Mr. Kecuan'a fame as a screen Etn is secure. His masterly intcrpretat Series releases. Upon the granting of hor parole, Margaret goes Yfi'sl, ?he mar- ries a prominent railroad man iiaund hi3 appolntniont 10 a! i.nQl big job io the East bring, them to y' Vork City, whers a detective rec- ognizes hor. Fortunately, tlie Jncidc-ut of a tht-It by a youth Iu Mr. orovlrtes an unoipcc'cd method AT STAULAND. No actor now In (I. cairns ot the silent drama has enjoy I Ionft him wide fcxpcrlfncc to equal ill's. Mr. Kec-nati's iio-wt'it "More is couifns to tho Suirl.uid l pj niotlon pictures are shown. Mr. an scored a hlg success in his first feature, "Loaded Slid now comes a further triumph, days, 1 Trouble." which is aptly described ai starting Mon- a Jarce o! securing her pardon Irom Gov- ernor of tlic State. There is also A good comedy. AT THE COLONIAL. ALL FEATURE WEEK AT COLONIAL Xc-it wsok should be the basest week in tho history of the popular Colonial Theatre, judging by the spleii- did list of attraftions lined On Monday and Tuesday tho star InlUoii dollars uu a national grountis.arc mit1. conaequtni jionnay aim luesnay biar vas not regarded with favor by ihe blockade delays the arrival of troops J traction will be Irving Cumuiinis ani (Ifckitates at thc Vlcsing of i'rcni France." Castlfeton iu "World's" supor- j tUe convention of rural muntcipiHUea. l because they bolievo it will largely as a automobile roid janrlwill not assist iiroductiou la any way. They accoriingly passed a recording tbe'r roMtioii to this, and recommence 1 that tho money be spent on marktl tOs. It ivas carried with very little TOHOXTO, Fob, liquidation c-rposition. On the other hanil. UicT of the Uomlnion Pcrraaaoot strongly in favor of] joy retlro unraourned into Innocuous ]y is served In a cocktail glass, the unin- tltlnk, simply to recall (lie make it look belter. Out in reality, it is served in a cockfail glass because it Is a cocklail. When it comes to slock, where 550 may have been paid isolation, now feel that Ihey should no duped without serious or even disast- on subscjiptton, the balance to be longer be denied thc economic and TOU3 losses to the manufacturers memories of a ear, dead days, and to of prontSi WQS anJ E0cirt, advailtaECS Oj having the tole-.unti! tho stocks of raw materials i in their homes judgment reserved. argued anil The question you at a hotel or soft ilrmk bar, it fs merely grape pure, nnd utrlctly temperance. But on the rtl tabla beside it thero is u little tissue ?tock, in. -for stock sanllary container, and in" tin thc, !oan WM also JltUe sanitao' container there is a IK-- f tlo tick. This UtHe kick is euclosea JJCEtIon TcLurn by in a seemingly Innocuous lilllc iicllct shareholders of dividend.. Improperly. Deputy Minister Speaks I at C. CtmrlesVorlh, deputy minister, Tho liability as to the llullllc on public hnh-j holdings of shareholders who tbat co-oneration j as to the liability tor the paid out of profits. which they boujnt and contracted for r prices are worked up and of yeast "Tho yeast is dropped into tbo grape juice and tho mixture- vigorously stir- Thai terrible CflAMBERLAU'S LIKIMEIT to over Jl.tlGO.OOO, I of withtn thc .next RESTRICT IMMIGRATION VANCOUVER, Feb. city council in session today with rsp- resentativts of a number of public bodies 'and S. J. Crowij M. Pv pass-d a resoIutTon requesting the Dominion government to take im- medE-te etcos to prohibit immigra- tion to Canada, of citizens of c v- action who are unskilled tradesmen until such lime as re- turned soldiers shall have first satisfactorily dealt with and the future policy of repatriation promulgated. At thp meeting, the -Chinese consul suggested the lim- itation of Chinese Immigration and urged that In future the liter- acy test be imposed upon immi- grants, Chinese included. ed It necessary in road building. UNDER U. S. NAMES many Cana- LOXDOX, Fob. Of- ficial atteiitton lias been, called to statements maile in the prtss to Iho cried that America was inaljily in- slnnnental in developing thc deptb charge method of defense against. snbmarlDts and did a sreat deal toward the eventual overcoming cf tho submarine The actual. c-ircumslancos'are as follows: The conjinandcr-ia-chie? of the grand fleet rccohmieiided in 1314 the" adppliou ot a deplh boml) dtfenso, ami experimfints and investigation fol- lowed. Thc admiralty experimental school took Ihe mailer in hand, and submarine attack committee of the admiralty ultimately reconimentlcd the adoption of a design which was WEIMAR, Feb. E, Davicd, for many years one of the lenders ot the German Socialist-Democrat party, toiiay was ajrnost unanimously el- ected president of the German na- tional assembly. feature, ''The Heart of a Girl." Irviog with his handsome and de- lionajre appearance is immensely pap- ular here, ami supported the be- witching Barbara, he is ut his best iu "The heart of a Tuesday will be Country Store night at which Ecores of valuable will be given away. and Thursday will lift Ihc nights, for "Hugon The Mighty" will be tlie attraction. This is a big red-blooded tale of tbfi Can- adian North Woods, full of aciioa and exciting scenes. for He's great. Thursday only, "Thc Hand of Ven- geance" will bo offered. Friday and Saturday will see dainty BilHc Burke in latest suc- cess. His first appearance- en tho was m in Boston h? eighteen years old. For some years to anif-ari-d in an4 creatfil a leadiug role io James A. JU-arrTs Itis- loric ilramas. In the original production of 'The j Christian" he created ilio rolo Q( L Paul ami later staji.Kl the Liebler proluclloa ot "Tiiu Jlij ivork attracteti the aUeiuiO'.j of j Sol SniEth AusseVs manager, who sel- ected Mm as Mr. Hussell's in "A Poor Relation" and "Peaccral 1 On Mr. Uussell'3 reiircnu-nt from ihe stage, Mr. Keenan assume? his rcle Ia the "Jlon. John Uilgsby." Then Mr. Kcenan weiit with D.xvid COUGHER.T! 1870 HALF THIS AT THE MAJESTIC. "Turn to the the greatest oE nil coinerty successes, comes t> thft Majestic for matinee and uighl next Saturday, Feb. 15. It iviil he presented with the com- plete Xew York cast and production, exactly ns it ran for niue months at Geo. St. Cohan's Grand Opera House and for more than a year at the Gaiety Theatre, Xpw York. I To slate that "Turn to the TliglU" is the most sensational comedy v.iccess of history is to condense into one sen- tence the combined praise, 1m ofiiec records and ividespread fame 0? ihis epochal play from the iieus oC fl'in- cheH Smith and John E, Hazzard. Even at (he final performance of long runs in New York and Chicago, EMPRESS Last Times Tonight CLARA K1MBALL YOUNG "THE HOUSE OF GLASS" ARBUCrfLE COMEDY MONDAY TUESDAY "THE WHIP" MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT Tho Famous War Correspondent in Hia ThrUllng Lecture "Britain HiU Back; How England Saved the World" Illustrated With Wonderful Motion Pictures aca Slides. Prices Sl.OO, 75c, BOo LAST TIME TONIGHT CHARLES RAY IN "CLAWS OF THE HUN' ALSO 2.REEL L-KO COMEDY MONDAY AMD TUESDAY FRANK KEENAN IN "MORE TROUBLE" ALSO "HANDS UP" EPISODE U ALSO LUKE COMEW Indian producls arc (Iicir way adopted and into Argentina and credited as ami a( from Uio-t'iillcd States is nil bplnlon j yrar, aEO> anil In concection with Iho airard ot Oic liarris' formcri.r'o! (his city, war. There -R-erc Improvements from don Qazette outlines the distinguished service which won this recognition as Lieut. (Acting-Capt.) W, M. Harris, ttmo to lime, but-tho British, navy developed the deiillt defense two ASTHMA .INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH ;flSTHMADOR Doctors Fail "Terribie case of Eczema contract- ed when a mere boy fought dlsejsa for ten years, with halt dozen special- ists. Both in terrible condition. Almost a nc-rrouE wreck. U look S hollies to clear up this disease." This is the late testimony of a piojninent newspaper man. His aiamo and his remarkable story iu full on re- quest have seen so many other cures with this marvelous liquid T _____ tho United Slst Canadian InfMlr5'' A1" ttot wo freely offer you a notllu o expressed by B..S. .Webb, Canaoinn I H1.llC3 jnto ,rar The firit- bem During nn attack our guarantee .Try il today. I trade comniissioner in Buenos Ayrea, i Icd 1Jle vsf in when the company commander became j _j, Higinbolliom t Co.. ltd., drus- lu a report lo Inc. departm-nt of traiic ,iOVRioi.rar.iit at inn a casualty, this officer led .them, jgi5is; Adverllsement. THE Nerer-Fiiiing Remedy for Appendicitis Indigntkra, Stomach Dinrders, mnA Kidney Stones often catued by Gall .Stones, and nifllead psople VutU those bad of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not cue in ten Gall fAocTe Sufferers knows Is the trouble. Specific irlll cnte Tfittout pain or oper- ation. For, Sale at Druj. fllttt..Reccmmended by J. D, Hlglnbothim Co., Limited, Alia. J.W. TOKWTO OUT AN AGENCY Worth from to a year In any small town or rural community can now be arranged for by men with energy. Wrile "PV1 sniuioiny MON 421 ot Commerce, win. slates 'hat rirosnecls lor future trade in manufactured eoods are rc.xaonablv bright. SCHOOLS CLOSE, TEACHERS STRIKE VICTORIA, Feb. DuWie ar.rt s cf Viriorta will bo close.1 (or an indcrtnite period .-omracntlng iiDrning, u ail i presc-iH Indicatfons. Little Iiopo ia' by either slUo lliat ihcj cinefltion'will bo by i time and tho teacher? aro deter-' rcinci to slatid by J'ini- decision to strike with the comin? of tlio nGiv- veaf; x WOMEN WANT RECOGNITION PAHIS, Feb. latest candi- dates for the favor of thc iieaco con- ference are thc women of Vrancn. Through tin organization known ris "Tlio French Society for the Interests of Ihey represent nil class- es ot French women and request HID Incorporation of an. International rpmen's charter in (ho conslitullon woni ot a society of nations. KINGDOM OF HUNGARY COPBNHAOHtf, Feb. A rcsolu lion demanding the re-CGtabifshtnent of Iho kingdom of Hungary was ccl yeaforday at a public mccllns In Tiutlapest, acconline to a dispatch to. STABILIZE PT11CES Fob. izing of pricey wither tion in thc co.-nmoCities marke.t as a of rcrrioving threatsnlng Industrial and busi- ness stagnation. Its at Lend ant uncmployrr.cnt has been recom- Amended to n of cabinet officials who have made an exhaustive study cf thc eilustioa ADVANCE ac- cordinfl to reports received here, continue to advance through Sil- esia and new arc along thc Vis- tn'fl river. ?0 from their original starting point. It is said that time the Cscshc halt they ask for a new E-rmisllce. TWO DEAD INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. lino, and, UTi'er heavy fire, made a or Ihu ivhole front, EOlting into-touch Vfilh tho units on the Ilanko, and securing his poEUlon, Ho pcrsoiiaHy his tncn to a cour.Jur attack, which lie broko and repulsciV many casualties. HU a? endld oxaiuyle greatly inspired all ranks. HOUSfNG SCHEME LONDON, Feb. (Canadian PraiB dtspatch from Or. Addisori, president of the Local Government Board, has ob- tafnecf sanction from ibr-. inet for his proposals for hous- Infi thc working classes. The present measures are ccn-..- flncd to England and Wales, but similar plans relating to Scotland will be proceeded with, FREIGHT HANDLERS MEET KDMONTQN. Feb. 2S western freight nnd passenger traffic officials ol tho Grant! D. D. For Skin Disease arc Injured AB points from Winnipeg lo a result of n fire In thc Palaco Hotel Vancouver are In seaalon Itcru and Ih0 carjy iwlny, TUo dead were Frank coiifeTcnPc will continuo until Monday. Bracken, Logansptut, Ii.d., and Klmer Tho Conference la .raporS- TreJ, Ited Key, They n-ere suffocat-.ant Io facl. lhal lhc beat ways and means for handling rtaffic for 1513 are being discussed, NOT SATISFACTORY Wl N' N11'KO, Kcb. e Federation oE Western Postal has the re- port lo the government o? thc civil service commissioners In connection with the invesiiga- tlon held by Dr. Hocbe Inlo ivhich IsJil lo tho TYPHOID EPIDEMIC STOCKHOLM, Feb. cpldem- ic of.typhoid Cover fa ravaging Petro- grod, Moscow and other placeg in accordlnE lo tllsjialches Troin relrogrctl. In one hospital in Petrc- gail. 12 doctors and 40 nurses have died Irom fypholJ, STRIKE SETTLED WASHINGTON, Feb. John OoW- poaltil alrlko ot Ian July. Thn t.rt ?Ment o( the United Texllls v body also has received a slate- Workers, telephoned (kpntmcnt o( menl of the Rovcrnmcnl decis- labtr officials today that Iho strike Inns, and after full 'has declared these far 't, from safisfaclory pointing on the nnd dlsap- of textile workers in Lawrence, Mass., vfrhinUy wag adjualCd nod lhal a JuV ftgrccmftnt ospccled to be reaclv ed by Monday; Kapldly clearltig of ihr t6xlllc situation UirouehoiiL New Kng- laml Is by tho department. uravel or Stone in the Bladder Can. Be Remedied Among Ibo most agonising of dis- eases arising from Kidney derange- ments is Stono in. tho Bladder or Graref. Persons who suffer from tbtia tlrcaded afiections gcncrallv become chronic invalids. this message! Gin Pjlla have brought lief to thousands persoae whoso C3323 seemed almost Tcstl- inpniaTa by the hundred recommend Gin Pills ns tho great remedy for Gravel or Slone in ths Bladder. Try Iherrtl SuwJy what they" olhorf, they will do for you. Here is tho substance of a Icslimon- ial r'cccivcfl from ft gentleman, Trboso "r.atnft will be given on Tor ft long timo Ihis man suffered excrueinting pain, and ftt times posi- tive from stone in tho bhdflcr. Ho Iricd many reraotlics Tvithout ing relief, nnd an X-ray plologtapli failed' Iv" lo'tafo tlia cause of hia (roubto. Finsilj'j almost In despair, ha triid Gin PHls, tho result that be long to the stond and obtained A reprieve from his previous agonies. Thig inan is a mechanic of atout 33 years of Age, with wifo and little-girl lo Think wfiat it Lai meant to !iim fo become 'strong and rrcil again I In oixler convinco yoa of tfto merits of Oln Fills a sample boi Kill be sent to yon fiee, if you irrffo for It Address: The National Drag k Chemical Co, of Canada, Limited. Toronto, Ontario, U; S. ahoald addreis Xft-Prn- gt.j MAJESTIC-SAT, gg- FEB. 15 First Tour After One Salld Year on Broadvny. Winchell Smith and J. J. Gulden's SUPREME COMEDY SUCCESS TURN TO THE BIGHT "Ths Comedy That Will Live Y( Sutv Presented here by the same brilliant cait. which before the Duke of Devonihlre. SEATS ON SALE AT THEATRE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY HTH. Evening....... 7Sc, 50s Matinee.......50c to LAST TIMES TONIQHT 'LURE OF THE CIRCUS" "THE LONELY WOMAN" AND OTHER FEATURES COLONIAL Next Week-- All Star Week MONDAY and TUESDAY IRVING CUMWNGS AND BARBARA CASTLETON In "World's" Stupendous Scenic SyccUcle "THE HEART 0? A GIRL" A Stirring Superfeature Handsome Irving at His Very Bert, COUmsTORE NIGHT WEDNESDAY THURS. The Record Smashing, Red-r Vnded Tale of the Canadfart North Woods "HUGON, THE MIGHTY" With MONROE SALISBURY and a. Wonderful Cart. This Is an exceptionally fine attraction. THURSDAY "THE HAND OF VENGEANCE" FRIDAY and SATURDAY "THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS" EVERY FRIDAY AND 4ATUROAY. AND OTHER FEATURES EXCELLENT COMEDIES ON AL COLONIAL CONCEPT ORCHESTRA EVERY EVENINO, MATINEE DAfLY 2.00 TO S.OO PRICES AS USUAL ;