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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, KKBHUAIW 11, THE LTJTHBniDGE DAILY HERALD EtSSIEPSIflSfULEIHEKI LONDON', Feb. George, In] opening the now parliament today af- ter alluding briefly lo Ihe events since the dissolution of tho last parliament Just after the armistice, urged.quick and decisive action on reconstruction Measures and asked uarlianicul "lo suare no effort hi healing the causes tit existing unrest." The King staled legislation would Iw np'seutcd simplifying tho procedure In tho house of commons fo that the lOi.t. joily inljht expedite Vrhat the liovernment considers imperative nica- burc-3 Among tlie measures, he said, vero heller homing, the formation of n heller development o! heallh. a ful- fillment of pledges to labor that un; fair competition would be prevented and (ho betterment of too asrlcultur- al situation through improved (ran: portal Eon. "A new era dawned with the allied victory." King George declared, "hut in order to reap the full fruits of vic- and safeguard the peace of the Tv-brld an army must be maintained in the Held and proposals which are Necessary 'lo secure tho forces ren.ulr ed n'ill te submitted lo you." Tho discussions at Ihc- peace roofer encc, the King said, marked with he utmost cordiality, good will and y no disagreement lie declared that he conference haot made good pro rees. adding: "1 rejoice particularly that the poir- rs aisemWed in the conference have greed to accept tho principle of a eigue of nations, for it is by progress long that road that I ECO the oulj- lope of saving mauilnd from a recur- mire of the scourge of war." -It has given me great pleasure to receive In this country ihc president >f Ihe L'nltcd States of the continued. "Tho enthusiastic B-eJcouio recorded him is proof of Ihe ood will which all sections ot my peo- >le fell inward Iho grest republic ot Ihe west and an carneit of the increaj- DE understanding with which, 1 trust, they will act together iu she future.' Consequents Grave Feh. industrial un- rest continues, Ihe consequences .will be grave lo commerce aud Industry Premier Lloyd George declared in tin house of commons. The government. he 6aiJ. would agree to any kint! ot an investigation Into tho causes oi the unrest. SATISFACTORY LONDON, Feb., on tut wrnation of the society of was very satisfactory, l.'ovd said today in the house of commons In dis- cussing the work of the peace conference. He said he hoped jx'rcpuit would be soon-by ths commission appointed to con- Eiritr reaponsiiillty for the War and enemy outrages. "Huson The Wed Justice Denies That He Was Told to Lcl Defaulters Oil With Fine OTTAWA. Feb. is the relerence nudi! in an official statement attributing to-Judge Uuse Her, ot Quebec. Ihe statement thut he has received Instructions from Otlaua to Ireo military service defaulters with small fines. "No such instructions have been is said Hon. Arthur Mt-iBUeu. act Ing minister of justice, today. "An) general instructions issued were of an entirely opposite clfect." Judge's Statement QL'EDKC, Feh. I-angc- Her. uhose decisions iu the case oi military absentees have aroused wide. spread comment. In a statement to the j Canadian PrtEE, Limited, today, saye with regard lo his instructions from Ottawa: "According to the instructions 1 re- ceived from I understood that in taking from court-martials the cases of those absentees to bring them before civil tribunals, the Intc-n lion of the military authorities that Son of Capt- Porter Succumb To With 113th The sad news was raorrjing of the death I COPENHAGEN, Feb. Britain and France have sent notes to Mathlas Erzberger, the Weimar correspondent of the Ber- lingske Tidende says he learns from A reliable source, dealing with tke failure of Germany to'de- Hver locomotives and agricultural machinery agreed. He says the tone of the notes virtually consti- tute a threat to Germany. Jash. flro, romance, youth. Ihri'lF, ex- citement, big scenes and splendid ac- tors. It is staged on a lavish scale. It has been superbly directed ani- the photography is perfect. This is a derlul production." This is at the Empress for the last I Line tonight. AT THE COLONIAL. COUNTRY STORE NIGHT AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE Ttmight will be the Llg night at the popular Colonial Theatre, for it is Country Store Night. The lucky win- ner tonight will be presented with a hundrt'l jiound bag uf best flour. That's a prize worth winning. Kilty other patrons will be prest-nted with other useful gttls. There be many new and amusing features introduce-.] tonight's Country Store, and in- ing patrons should get to the theatre early as there Is sure to ha a record crowd in attendance. did program TV HI be offered, including 'The Heart of a Girl" with Barbara Caatletou and Irving a unny Lonesome Luke comedy of a and other attractions, The Colotiial Concert orchestra win be. icard in accompaniment to the pro- On Wednesday at the Colonial marvellous drama oi ihe Canadian North Woods "Hugon The Mighty" will be Ihe attraction: Billie Burko comes lo the Colonial on Friday in her most delightful suc- cess "Peggy." received thi from pneumonia ot Pie. Warren P. Porter, and Mrs. POP lon o e m a mere act of submission to the law i sou ot C'apt. George was required. ler. of "This, fumlameutally. is plainly told in black and white in the written in jortant ustion Sale OF VERY HIGH CLASS HOUSEHOLD NIT CARPETS, ETC. tt WADD1NGTON FURNITURE structions which wore handed lo me. as emanating from the federal depart- ment oi justice, Bad wbicli read as folloivs: an individual surrenders anil ullages iu his plea that he was pbyeical reason for not rcportinur recommcud that tlie constable or offi- cer suggest to the magistrate that he merely a'week ago the family re- ceived word that Pte. Porter was dan- FAVORED- WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER WILL SELL BV'PUBUIC AUCTION At THE SALE S.O.E. BUILDING, TENtH STREET SOUTH gerously ill ill a base hospital, hut as no word was received since till today. it was hoped that the young man was recovering. :Ptc. Porter enlisted in Ihe Lelh- anj ullages iu his plea that he was Highlanders, in ivhieh his induced in error or that he had any lather .was quartermaster On going LONDON, Feb. The allied governmets have order- ed the Pojes :wd >he Germans to cease hostilities, according to newspaper reports received here today frnm Berlin by way of Cop- enhagen, AT THE MAJESTIC. Manager Brown of the Majestic Theatre particularly anxious to in form Lethbridgo Theatre goers that the neil attraction to be offered at the lajcstie. "Turn To Tho is no ot Iho very best offerings of the entire season. The nlay will be seen lere for matinee and night on Satur- day of this week, with the original York company and production, complete In every detail. The sale o! open on Fri- day morning at the box offlce. "Hugon Tho Wed, AVOID COUGHJ1 and COUGHERJ1 overseas he Iransferred to Iho ser- vices." He hoping to corao home shortly when he was struck down me-ely impose a ngni or iyith pneumonia which resulted in his penally or anJ said written in-jdeatli. Besides the rather and mother, structions further say: 'There sliall, t1lero lert to lnounl loss ,a of course, he no abuse, hut. on'the I number of hrolners and nstcrs. The other hand, we do not believe it would was residing at Grassy Lake he wise to [ill the jails with absen- tees.'" Concluding his slaienient, Judge Langtlier says: "It my decisions are erroneous, the appeal courts are open to re- dress. If I have acted through cor- ruption, there is also a remedy. 1 am subject to impeachment Tjefore parlia- ment. But no one has the right, Mr. Xewcombe. deputy minister of Justice, no more than anyone else, to .dictat when the father and son enlisted. AT. THE EMPHESS. When "Tbo was llrst privately in New York City to a little ot leading litm men, the verdict that here was a ivon derful picture. "It has everything that a motion pic- ture should hnvc." said one man, "and none ot the things that a. motion pic- ture should not have. It lias snap. AT 2.30 P.M. DIXIJJQ SUITE IN BLACK WALXUT, AdoMS fine condition; lounrje chair, upholstered in sllfc tapestry; DBAV- T1FUL CHESTORFIELD LOUNQD, fully upholstered In silk; tap- SUITE Mn 1VOHY BXAMEb, comprisInB commoJions Qresser; dressing table pedestal euphoard and twin bedi, complete with GREEN VELVET IMLB HUG, 4- wctHtaf nSslon oak SECTIONAL CORNER liorlab o BIlllAI 1) 'TABLE DUnUOOdHS AND WATTS, size M wl CUM and balls ami all SINGER drop head INU elcclrlo stove; UNDERWOOD TYPEWBlTBR.m ex- cellent shape; porcelain lined refrigerator and other items, I desire lo call particular allenllon lo this important jalo ot valuable furniture and lo impress upon anyone furnishing, -the ox- opportunity afforded Uicm on Thursday next, ft is very seldom that furniture ot this quality cornea under the FRANK WADDINGTON. TERMS CASH PHONES On View Wednesday, a.m. to 5 P.JJI. and 130 p.m. nt) more limn anyonu else, 10 .uiciaie, Feb. E. to me in what manner 1 must admin- ono ot Edmonton's best known, istcr Justice. I citizens, passed away in Ihe IloyaP "if Ihe Ollawa government finds it! Alexandria Hospital this'morning af- convenienl to change its instructions ler an Illness extending over several and sfsow more severity, let it be-so, it will ,find that the number of absentees reporting will singularly slump. I.find it improper on the part months. Jlajor building, in ISOootthe C. P..H. hrajjcli. line running east from aiuiuit, i .unit it improper on inc part undertook an extensive ot-sjbVOttawa government to fill u'n seillement prospect in. tho coan' Ihe press with stories adequately un-. near Dayslantl, v, foundeil and unjust to riie before com inunicaling with me. in the execu- tion my duties as n judge nobody has n right to 1 have but ono guide, my conscience." AUCTION SALE 'ON SEC. 12, TWP. 11, RANGE 24 Thursday, Feb. 1 3tii Haying wU my fara, I wffl by AaettM my hprwi, cattle, podtry, maclunerr and articlct. W. Fox, Nobleford, Aha. SALE AT 12.00. NOON FREE Ed. Pepham Auctionwr FULL INVESTIGATION A Feb. full inves- of responsibility for the .continuance of Hungary's partic- ipation in the war and also con- cerning 'xrusEtiet and barbarities committed in Serbia, Belgium'and France, the .ruthless, submarine warfare, the inhuman war In the air and the USB. of gasses anJ Count Karolyi, the presi- dent of, Hungary, demanded today at a .meeting of the, Hungarian constituent assembly, according to a dispatch from Budapest. DON1 NEGLECT A RHEUMATIC PAIN Go after ii with Sloan's Liniment Keforc it gets dangerous Apply a lillk, don't rrri, let it f frotfj Same for cxlcrnrjl aches, pains, strains, stiffness of ;omU or muscles, lameness, bruises. tnilint relief without mussincss or soiled biggest selling iinitncnt year after year. Eco- unmical by reason of ciionnous sales. Keen a big bottle ready at all timcj. Wade in Canada. Ask your druggist tor Sloan's Liniment. Sloan's Lrl K411S Pain 30c, ,60s and wlncli lie founded and -which he .gave Ins name. In the omlBion.general election of 190S he as tbe Conservative in the constituency of trathcona. Early hi tbe war he served in the omtniasariat department, holding'the anli of major.-, Feh. By unanimous ote, snsncnding thd rules rctinlring o'fmal balloting, Dr. Crawford Jlc past maslpr tho Rolary Oltib of Fort William and Port Arthur was chosen thisl morairig as tho Uo arlati whom Ihc lOtli district will re oinmend p.t the International conven ion' as the nest district governor The Rotary clubs of Tvaalcrn Canada re iri-convehtion hern. Totiay's ses- lim was occupied with business meel- ngs. invitation was; extended to Tio assembly to hold the next conven- (dn In Calgary. "Resolutions were pawed apnroclat' nfc tho work of Canadian soldiers and recommending lhal the Rblarlans aup- lort any practical means looking to Don't let a cold j it get wariej PlKC a Jtee of THER fclOGENE, jurtai itcomes from Vhc over the affected part- A tooUuce, hsating watmtb will at cncc be tratins to the of tlJft uoublc dijpeilina tlw caln. U SOc Gold Soap has the "penetratingf sanitary odor suggestive of real cleanliness. This odor can be secured only by the use of the t choicest materials fit for the manufacture i of laundry soap. The pleasing odor of( Gold Soap is therefore a sure guide to its cleaning efficiency. Use Gold- Soap wher- ever you now use either a laundry or a yellow naphtha soap and in tke same in hot or cold water. It will do the work better. CfU Scop a maJt in (Ac Prcxltr at ffamiltonnCa LAST TIME TONIGHT' FRANK KEENAN TROUBLE" hat- AT AN END' SEATTLE, Feb.. The lajt of the who went out on strike in sympathy with the melal trades men In shipyards on Thursday last, returned to their wfork.at noon to- day when the ctme to tn tni, GET WASHINGTON. Feb. ator Jones, of Washington, In the senate today urged legislation to authorize deportation of undesir- able aliens, many of whom he said belonstd the I. W._.W. ROOERS WON'T BE THE TORY LEADER WEDNE6DAY 4 THURSDAV DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN .HIS LATEST 'SAY YOUNG FELLOW ALSO 2-REEL SENNETT COMEDY "HER 'BLIGHTED LOVE" IOENE fROM "THE WHIfV', AT THE Feb. Iho rumor thai his frleiirla were aim Ing to make him a candidate for Iho leadership o( the Conservative, party Hon.'Robert Rogers said to an Inter viewer toasy: 'T3ne can't prevent people talking through their I assure you am not aiming at Iho leadership of a and would not accept auch a r any circumstances, no reatler vhat Ihc prospects of success iiuiiii.' I am a Conaetvativo, al- h.ivo Ii4n a Conservative and in the, event of u party election I would lo Eeeiiie.tho success ot that MAJESTIC Saturday Mat. vand Eve, February 15th First Tour After One Solid Year on Broacfway. Wlnche.il Smith and J, J. Goldeh's .Supreme i Success "llie Comedy that will live for- Y. Sun. hereto the same bril- liant all-star cast which appear- ed tho .Ditto of Deron- sblrC, Seiitt on tiile Thentre, Friday February 14th. Evening'..'. il.50, 7Sc, SOc Mo to 11.00 EMPRES C LAST TIMES TONIGHT ij The World's Biggest Jlotion Picture.1 Showing .at Popular Prices. ALSO GOOD DREW COMEDY i Hours: Afternoon: "The Whip" to 4.30 Evenlngc First 7.to 9.30, Second S.30 to 11.4S MATINEE DAIL.Y 2 TO 5 COLONIAL WARM CLEAN COSY THE BIG NIGHT COME EARLY Country Store Night lit of Floor. 'FIFTY of HEW oooo PRIZES EXCELLENT FEATURE IRVING CUMMINOS AND BARBARA' CAiTUETON IN "THE HEART OF A'GIRL" LONESOME'LUKE IN' TRIANQLE COMEDY OF A FEATHER' "HIS HIDDEN TAJ.ENT" EXTRA SPECIAL WED. FEATURE EXTRAORDINARY Gripping of Orejt'Utt- bounded Cantdlin North A Tale of the ForeitdUd Where Men Battle for Life and With Primitive patslon and Fwrltw A Productlen Superb, Iri Every A pptjlinj Than the Fimsus cr With UnexMlkd.CJit'of SUri, irwlmiij MONROE SALISBURY AS "HUGON" No Advance in Print for This Stupendous AttrMtlon, Attend tni Avoid tfw ;