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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FBBUUARY BERLIN, Feb. Marshal von Kin- denburg In urging November that the armistice of the Allies be accepted, admitted the German army would otherwise be forced to surrender, according to a vUtemeni of Co.isUnlin Fehren- bath, vice-pretldent of the nation- al assembly at Weimar. The army was already desert- ing him, the field marshal declar- ed, and if the allied conditions were not accepted would be forced to capitulate with his en- tire forces. FLED IN PANIC COPENHAGEN, Feb. German troops in'Wlndau, Cour- land, on the Baltic Sea, fled In panic when the Bolshevik! took the city last according to Be r tin dispatches today. Twenty- eight civilians in Windau were killed 'by the invaders, who United advancing after the capture of the city. jr. Kctnu In 1S7C, On QUKUKC. Fob. Represent Altii. a rut showing bow returnius sulillors j HprnnKlruHinn art being donoii. roubcd ID some LM KCCOrtbU UUton cases beaten up atier they arrive" in CommUtft the city from overman, were made uyj ,________ dipt. Trivetl, of tlu- Hort TrlanKlal 1ml. ut tlit-1 moeiiuK u: 1'rolesianf! KKOINA. Fob. 10.- M-jyor Ministerial Association litre today Ilojof LethbrWse. anil i MrKi-nne. that jin uwde sWe-1! ol the van-aus that liad lieui from re-'01" Alberta. Icf: Kegtiw Saturday turned meu thu yast month for Ol.uwa a' anrt he appealed to tho to Rates of have tho members of ihc'.r conBicga-: J_ lions luei-t the boys when uu-L Alberta A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Miw Kelly TelU How Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. atxnt three years I suffered from nervous break- down or.J got so weak: I could hardly stand, and haj head- aches every day. 1 ,__ _ HRKN'ti. Feb. nues- lions werv lo the fore at both sessions of the international Socialist, confer-! cnce yesterday, question of Al- sace-Lorraine being the ctilet one con- sidered. Some time also was spent: a resolution lavorlng the re- Icttsiiig by the aHk-s the German prisoners of war. During the latter dlFCUFstou then- was a sharp exchange between Arthur) Wels. a German and Kurt Eisner, the Bavarian prem-j ier, the latter accusing the Herman! in tiic'cily and thus foil the Kfons. oi tht IIiuss and robbers. j Eiulhorilfes of ill-treating French oners. Hcrr Eisner was warmly ported ii: charge by Ttcn' auilel. one of the French delegates. and and AI JlO] They will present lo eminent a institution ronferaice in which i: Is asked lo building program in in order to (iruviile turned and ri-inniiux resolution slso nu'nt there Is u fei-lim Western Canada ami sulUcient emuloymem sary In order to rbn and economic tlisrujni The coiiferenie a bo LONDON, Feb. the ISrH-l iuu0n In favor of ajv tbii attorney general describe! ;is "the jelling moat expensive, sustained and cart- Saskatchewan and AlliTia. sa'ary to lully organized erCort lo tup pit be pajj the provincial suvtirnmtntK. central empires with foodstuffs duties of the inivriiinK comiuis- txpOECd." tame up in tin? t-ottn 1 would be to oiUus in Hie ttiday. The foodstuffs are valued ai O( ami 10 aitjuiimi and were contained In sliip- jhe of all with mcnts covering y period of IS mouths. anv SUCCessful dciiartur'- in local sov- Fourteen ships were engagcil In 'linenl instJluteil by any ..-ity. Feb. a meet in1} of repre- sentatives of all the factions here yesterday. Mintittr of War hardt discussed problem of sending tropps lo the German east- ern frontier. He asse'ted that voluntary recruiting was not effi- cient for the purpose and predict- ed I'rat conscription would be ne- ctsiary in order lo raise the ne- cessary forces. Kerr Reinhardt declared it necessary to impress the youths of Gftr.itany the fact that tfie whole future o( the nation was unsettled so long as insecure con- ditions prevailed on the frontier and that for the moment the young men of the fatherland under obligations lo flgKt for it. su.-ceas, "Mure :hU n l-.i thp Starland; l.tory is told jn -Iho i lie AcrM's uiuLinv. [pirture. will IJQ ihi- uUruL'tiun at the The OiLilti with which la arouuil ;i j fuitrjij.s iMcehorae b-.-uiing ilie name df 'The L'jiun iUu 01 "Tht- winning die racv 1 the- fortunes of jiccjjile. A lovt- iitiair also lianas on result of iJn race. st-verul of (he rcoiJJc are betting againsc liorse v.-iimins tiinJ that "The Whip" i is to win the rate they go loi Lcnsomo i.uke will siivnly part ufl fiiHii ippearins on thc track. Dul tlit-lrl elforts fail. The niahos (he hut with the owner's iluugbttr ihoi in place of the jockey who' trail been scleclttl to uiake the Ml finis well tor the horo and hero no. while the villain and mlvcnt- wU'j the pHriner meet Uieir U-svrvcd fate. The Colonial, Wed- TODAY AND TOMORROW FRANK KEENAN "MORE TROUBLE" ALSO "HANDS UP." AND LUKE COMEDY "SWING YOUR PARTNERS" AT THE COLONIAL. IRVING CUHMINGS AT COLONIAL Colonial welcome the ,Jt. From die first characterized as the obstructive pol- iday I tookitlbegan icy of The French press and certain 'to feel better and i French officials 'continues, ft waa aa- now I am vrcll and j swted today.1 able to do most any ___________-_____- kind of work. I have been recom- mending tha Com- pountj ever since end give you my per- mission to publish this Misa FLO KELLY, 476 So. Hth St., Newark, N, J. reuoTi this fatnoni root herb remedy, Lydia E. finkham's VepeUbto Comiibund, was BO successful in Misa Kelly's case was because it went to tha root of tier 'trouble, restored her to a normal healthy cotidiUon and as areeult fcer nttf guinea i disBncwarcA MUCH HEADWAY PARIS, Feb. headway has been made by some of the lesser committees of the peace conference the plans before them that It Is expected that these committees will be ready to report a number of Important paragraphs to the peace confer- ence for Its action almost immedi- ately alter the comrnicslen on the society of nations is disposed of. The Colonial, Wed. "Hugon The Colonial, BIG ROBBERY MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Feb. 10. armed men held uj> the Liberty State Bank on Franklin avenue shortly before 10 o'clock this morning and escaped with cash and securities. The first an- nouncement of the bank estimated the robbers' haul as IRISH LABOR DUBLIN, Feb. all-Ire- land labor conference, held here on Saturday, adopted a program calling for a 44-hour week and an incrpsse of 150 per esnt. in wagts over pre-war rates, with an ab- solute minimum of 50 shillings a week. for And Each Dollar Worth More How Money Grows CALOAUY. Feb. Alberinu is informed unofficially tliat the Cana- i dlait government has prepared legisla- i tiau for the restoration of Tbe natural reEOurces to ;be ihnt; prairie prov- Slices, whlcli, wliile adoiHiug the I'fiu- jclnlt! oJ the contention or the iirov- i inces, moGcmtc the terms ?omewhat. However, cbVtaiii :svib.iMiPS will be [continued In lion of ihc large volume 1 ol land alienated from the provinces. PERMIT BOOTLEGGING n AMONG SOLDIERS QUEBEC, Feb. Is all very well to say that the.soldiers should nol take liquor, out if the authorities here permit bootleg- ging to continue openly, I do not know where this- thing is going to said Col; offi- cer commanding- Canadian clear- ing service, here..last niqhtt com- menting upon the trouble which hj.s staff Is having with returned men under the influence, of Ii-.. Pric. Out moatk HOI AT the rate ol interest you receive on War-Savings Stamps, approximately 4% per cent compound interest, grows to in the five-year term; grows to m 20 years; to in years; to in 100 years! START TODAY! Buy your first War-Savings Stamp today at any Money-Order Post Office, Bank or wherever the Beaver-Triangle sign is shoivn, It will cosl you this month. (W-S.S. have earned 1 cent interest since last Certificate will be provided free. Affix your to it and sign your name, You are now a Save for your fiext stamp. When you have filled your certificate, start another. By careful economy now, and the regular purchase of W-S.S. this year, you will have a large cash Kind in 1924 (or re-investment. A boy girl buying W-S.S. this year and keeping the money continuously invested at the same rate of interest as is paid on W-S.S., will have idr EACH War-Savings Stamp, or more THRIFT STAMPS In tfit GoCttnmer.l't ntiff plan far pcQple lo titty H'jeittt counfi. Whet- tftr W'S.S. art told, r.nJ dl many stain, Thrift Stambi may le ffUtcttOttJ at 25 ttrAt Ikftmltsit to his or her credit, at the age of 70. BUY WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS' LABOR DEMANDS BERNE, Feb. for .prcsentaKon to the Pans peace were adopted by the Internationa) labor conference. The demands included the eatab- lishment of an 8-hour day with an Interrupted, peace period of 36 hours weekly; Insurance against accidents and unemployment; the forbidding of night work in all countries for workers and of tHs employment of children under 15 years of "age, and a 6-hour day for youths between 15 and 18 years. WON'T PARTICIPATE IN PARIS, Feb, (Associated anti-Bolshevist gov- jernments of Russia are apparently firm in declining lo participate in the Prince's Islands conference. fatality vliieh occurred last June. (.After Jlie original pulicc inquiry, the decision rc-achcii by the coroner was1 that Lajoie had perished in a fire v.-lnch Iiacl been sei by sparks from l.njoic's pipe after lie had fallen asleep on bed. After Die McKay rouriler rumors whu'Ii liad itrcviowsly been ciliated as to ihe real manner ot Lu- joie'sj death look definite form and there was u strong agitation by public bodies the dtstrjct to nave the in- restigatiou reopeneiU It appears a piece of skull had been picked up in the of Uie ileoiroyed shack 'i tills fragment contains a bole which might have lietn canned by a tiullct. Dr. Ktug, in hi.s evidence, claims Ibat ilie bone produced is from a skull sucli as is used by medical students i and that the hole is from a screw jused lo Keep ll (ogellier. Dr. Tytr- j man, in his testimony, dectinoiV to say whether (he hole had been made by n. bultet or ivheUier U hau> been made after death. Dr, tiervais, wbo is held 'for frial on llie charge of having, murdered' .James McKay, was placed on the stand. He appcarfid lo be in a very weak condition, lie con- tradicteri alt The evidence ho had Kiven in. ihn preliminary trials of Victor Carmel and Jean B, St. Ger- main, who, along with him. are ac- cused of the McKay murder. He claimed .tlmt Carinol had given him the suit and said that Carmel bad told him that lie, Carmel, had hilled AdoJplie LajoJe a rifle. The is continuing. 'RETAKE KIEV Feb. the Ukrainian capital, 'is again in the hands of Ukrainian forces, ac- cording to reports received here through Berlin. "Hugon The Colonial, Wed; BACKACHE Limber Up With HamHn's Wizard Oil A harmless erleclivc prcpara- tioti to relieve the pains of Rheuma- tism, Kciitica, Lame Back and Lum- bago is Hamlm's Oil. It pen- etrates (juicily, drives out soreness, iod limbers up stifl aching joints and muscles. You" have no idea how useful il will be found in oi every day ailment or irusliari, when there need of an healing, anti- septic application, as in cases ol bruises, cuts, burns, bites and slings. Get it "from druggists for 30 cents. Ii not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. V.ver or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips, pleasant liule pink pills, 30 cents. Guaranteed. "Hugon -The Colonial, Wed. AN AGENCY Worth from to n year in any small town or rural community can now be arranged by men with tncrgy. Write NOW to Canadian Automatic Ltd., 424 Chambers Commerce. Win- nipeg. "Hugon-The Colonial, Wed. AT THE MAJESTtC. The local management announce the coming of the great, New York comedy success "Turn to tbe Right" to the Majestic theatre on Saturday MMI. _February for malineo and Winchell Sml'.b, master stage-cratl man, mijsl bare In mind the old dramatic adage, "Send yovir ami- iciice borne iwhen he put (he finishing touches lo "Turn to the lltght'1 for by the simplest of tricks Ihe final curtain of the most success- ful of comedies Is invariably rewarrt- ed with a storm of laughter nnd ayi- A W) GETS CK, MAJESTIC Saturday Mat. and ETC. February 15th. First Tour Alter One Solid Year on Broadway. Wlnchell Smith and J. J. Golden'? Supreme Comedy Success TURN TO THE RIGHT "The Comedy thai live for- Y. Sun. Presented here by (he same bril- liant all-star cast which appcar- before Ifce Duhe. of Devon-. shire. Seats on Sale at Theatre, Friday February, 14th. Evening SOc' Matinee...........50c to Look, Mother! If Tongue Is Coateri Clean Little Liver and Bowels. SPECIAL ATTRACTION HUGON THE MIGHTY COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AT STARLAND. i Xo nctor appearing in llio 'realms of (he silent drama, lias enjoy- ed ihR wide experience lo eiiual frank A BARBARA IRVING CUMMINGS If jrour little one's tonsue Is coaled, It is a sure Kign the stomach, liver and liowels need a gentle, Ihorougli cleansing at once. When your child is cross, peevish, lisilesa, palp, tloesn't sleep, cat or act naturally; ii broath is liad, stomach sour, system fnH olj coM, (hroat sore, or ff fortrfsh, gtve a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of; and in a tcv? hours all the clog- ged-up, coiiEtlpalP.il vrn'sio. sour bile and uiifligested foot! vrill gently movn out of (he IiDwcls, anil you have a well, playful child again. Sick children noedn't be cOaxcJ lo tafce this harmless "fruit laxative." Millions of mothers keep it handy be- cause they know its a elf on on iho stomach, liver autl bowels lirompV anO sure, they also know a little giv- en today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask.your druggist for a Ijollle. or "California Syrup or which contains directions for babies, child- ren of all ages anil for grown-ups j ulainly. on the botllc. Ueware of couq- isrfelts sold hero, Gel (hei gfinufnc. made" by "Clalifornia Fig Synip Com- vcrllseniciit. He Pignis with n fury nc man can check, but---------- This Week. COLONIAL TODAY AND TUESDAY HANDSOME, DASHING IRVING CUMMINGS AND BEAUTIFUL BARBARA CASTLETON In the Supertcaiure "THE HEART A GIRL" Thrills! Suspense! Interest! Entertainment! LONESOME LUKE In ft ludic- rous 2-Hee.l CoraeiSr, "BIRDS OF A FEATHER1' OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS SPECIAL MUSICAL SELECTIONS "Anvil from "II Trova- "XeapoHtan etc., by COLONIAL CONCERT, ORCHESTRA L'nu'er UlrecCfon ot .Maurice B. Country Store Nigfct COME TUESDAV COME COLONIAL MPRESQ TODAY AND TOMORROW kJF The World's Uiggesl Xioticn ricture. Showing at Popular !'rlce3. Whip' Hours: Aftcrnosn: "The l.li to 4.30 Evenings: First 7 lo 4.30. Second Show...... 9.30 to 11.46 AT THE COLONIAL TONIOHT AND TUESOAV ;