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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TllUUSDAY, 13, THE I.ETimninGK DAILY HERALD PAGE BUMESUIE E ttiis is the Ulest Hot Shol From, The "Clown" Prince Feb. cable to Toronto Mall and In one of Iho must rcmarXable state- ments (mm Uio the millionaire and fpn! a cotniUete surrey ui avwilable farm1 secuws his scoop fur his editor. Then lands made throughout ihe province, he another and bigger assign- j i Ji Stock farming and roatls intu new Ois- nwui, thai o[ exposing a fraudulent tricts was also discussed. 1 scheme by a powerful man in an ad- Jlussh, but also of Great Britain and of tho .world, to restore order anilj AT THE MAJESTIC. members talking in rather tono about Iho league of nations. Any- attending Iho peace conference They were not oaJy unanimous but eager. joining tmvn, knjwn as "tiie villain." and he acciiluntally follows a false c'.uc in serious COMING I trouble. Uut fortunately, "Ihe girl'' (Jet ready for the laugh of' outers Into his life anil his optimism. Uarnuui, of fmimak- aidod by her. enables him to score a agreement on all points was reach-} is coming. When ami where will! magnificent victory. but in the! the development ot this theme, ,i SASKATOON'. Feb. the good government In that ilistractol j o! the postmen's country. conference being heli! here, a lengthy. Little Nations' Reliance discussion on strikes was helj, but! your life. Mr. Lloyd George wag sorry lo hear announced tomorro Eam-BukTs edothing and hcaUng power. "Zam-Buk haa been our liousehold balm for fourteen years, and wo could not do without rays Mr. Georga A. Kllburo ol Swan Lake, Man, For fccxema and Btln troubles of ell kind.s Xam-Buk has no equal; r.Iso for old sores, ulcers, abacessea, boils, glm pies, blood-polsoni tig, plleV cuts, irurns, hrulses and scalds. All dcalers'or Zam-Bulf-Co., To- 50c. tor, 3 SUFFERING CATS! MAN THE GOLD MEDAL Let folhs alep on your (eel Iiero- wear slioes a size smaller It you for corns will .novef again electric Rparks of pain through you, according lo ihts Cincinnati au "thorltr- Ilo says .Ah at a fcvr drops of a drug called frceioro, applied directly upon t lewder aching corrt, Instantly reMoves sftrcnsas, unci soon the enlire corn, root atid'ttll, llttfi right out. This drug U a sUchy ether com- pound, but dries at once nnd simply riirivcts up the corn without tnflativ Ing or even IrrltaUng tho surrounding tissue. U is claimed lliftl ft quarter-ot a-i cv-acc o[ frcezonc olitalncd at dniff store wfll cost very HUIo hut Is fiuftlclcnt lo remove every hnrd .or soft corn or callua from one's feet'. Cut this out, especlnlly If you arc woman reader who wears high heols CUNARD PROPOSED SAILINGS From New York Feb, 22 .Royal George. From BiitOit Feb. 28 .Prtncea Julia. From St. Feb. 28 ...Cassandra.. From New York- Mar, 1 AquKinla Pannonla ..Csronla, Mar, 6 fAar, 10 friar. 18 13 Mar. 24' Mar. 29 .AquiUnln. Liverpool Llvtrpool Glasgow Liverpool Londsn Liverpool .Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool I'urchako Prepaid Tickets now (or nnrJ lo ensure ftrompt sailing, For all Information tft any Of our Agents, or (9 Company's SCOTT 270 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, Lpcal AjfeMi HARRIS AND ROSS1TER Phone 1412 Fob. tirst ect consfdercd on the resumption of of" iho commission on ociety of nations ttils afioraoon con- orncO an international mUitary force. President Wilson .was not present t this to attend tho uprcirto war council. Lord Hsbert acted as chalrmaa during Ills tsence. 'The following resolutions were passed: ment one tree railway pass per year for each member of the civil service, such pass to include civil servant's family. Three montus' leave ot absence with pay after every ten serv- ice. The return of all examination pap- ersHo candidates afltr correction. Sorting British Mails U-lfj.' That British mails for the provinces production. Local'.audionces will'see of Saskatchewan and Alberta he sent' this quaint mixture of fun and Mother- to lesnective provinces for sortation, love r.sacily es it ran tor nine months itisUatl of being sorted in AViimlpeg i at the Gaiety Theatre. New Ynrk. Con- es Is being clone at present. I sidertng that many, have been turned That all postal clerks ivith lo wherever "Turn lo the .'Right" service shall bo given duty. The appointment of a chief rosl ol- flee inspector forj western Canada, with headquarters in tho vrcsl. That employees In all offices former- ly known as semi-staff officers, which were tahen over in May, 131S, shall he treated ideutlcaliy as are employes In city onlccs. This la being done in one or more of the forraer seuii-iitaff ol- fices anil by the dDiiartments, ruling meantime commence 10 begin 10 get'which preaches the moral that sue- ready to start to prepare for the big-: t.css in Ufe selilom comes to the jiessi- gest feast ot laughter ever staged in j mte'.ically' inclined or to those who are _ L easily discouraged, many thrilline in- U-idenls are depicted and Mr. Fair- BIG HIT FOR SATURDAY hanks Is said to be at his best in this Tears and laughter will hold sway photoplay. He perform several noycl the Majestic theatre on Saturiay matlaee and evening, this week, where "turn to the Hlghi" the great comedy drain a, success of, Ihe inst year In New York and CJhkago, is to he pre- sented with thcVftYew, .Vork cast and FOR CONSTIPATION have stood the test of time. Purely Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, headache. Indigestion and to clear up a bad complexion. day hours of has been shovih, patrons are urged to ohlMn soats %volliin advance. "Turn to The .was ivrtUen been carric-l out since ontrtl.'.J ii, p.g. 55c. PALE FACES Generally fadlcmle o! Iron lo tfai Blood Carter's Iron Pills Will help thtt condition BARNUM MAJESTIC Saturday Mat. and Eve. February 15th First Tour After One Solid Year on Broadway. W'nchell Smith and J. J. Golden's Supreme Ccmedy Success "Tlie Comedy that'will lire for- Y- Sun. Presented here by the same bril- liant nil-star cast which appear- ed before the Duto of Deroli- slilte. Seats on Sate at Theatre, Friday February 14th. Evening 51.50, 75c, 50c Matinee 11.00 WANT TO LAUGH? SEE Fell American policy iu Russia lubject ot another liot debate today n Uio senate. Senator Johnson, ol LONDON, Feb. Russian CalitornSa, ugajn fallW to oWtiin a; 1B35 dispatch received here today 'ole on Ills resolution to rcccri! tl'.e says thai M. Tchltcherin, the Bol- cnato In favor cf Immediate with- i shevik foreign minister, replying In Irawal oi Ahiertcan troops from Hus- j tho prpposal of Ignace Jan Pacler- ilti. tho resolution going to Hie colen-, owsW. the Polish premier, lo sent! liar. It will roqulro-B majority vote PolUh delegates to Moscow to dis- for further consideration. j urgent Qucsllons. 'says the tor- let govcmmEnt ardently desires peaceful relations with tlie I'olisli i public nnd guarantees an unhinileroii journey 10 ?.loscow for the delegates. I Tho dispatch ndds that the soviet I government Is carefully guarding i Polish national treasures, including woUts of art of incalculable vnlue, In order lo return them to the Poles. 7OROXTO, Hie Woybuni Townslte Company cnttretl into a contract wi'.h Jacob Jlornsber- jer, a Lincoln county fruit grower, [or sale to him of lota In Sinca Uien the company has entered PRASKIJX, PH.. Feb. Tlio Pltlsliurc Buffalo express, north- ncllon for specific performance i hound, on llio Allegheny rtiTisioti tf cbnlmcl and claims Tho' the Pennsylvania railway, was wreck- action cnroo un for Irla! before Justice 1 ert ai noon at St. George, 20 miles llaslon, irlio dianflssed It on this south ot here. Early reports said AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, FRIDAY WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS AT 2.00 P.M. There will he sold without reserve line brass bed with colt springs and mattress; lirass trluiuied bed complete; gooil dav- enporl upholstered tn velvet; dresser and stand; oak rocker; ofticn 1 chnlr; COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE and records; Consoleum rujs; cpuch in solid mlasion oak library table'; golden oaV centre table; ivicker chair; oak rocker; electric light fixture; linoleum; kitchen table and kitchen chairs; "Syke" hydrometer. Also one grey horse, 900 Ibs.; one bay horse, 850 Ibs.; one set double harness; light wagon. FURN1TUNE ON VIEW TONIGHT, 7.30 TO 9.00 TERMS CASH PHONES BARNUM LAST TIME TONIGHT DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN 'SAY YOUNG FELLOW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WALLACE REID IN "The Fireily oi France" ALSO TWO-REEL LUKE COMEDY COLONIAL TONIGHT ONLY Tho Master Mj-eteij Kay THE HAND OF VENGEANCE T.MJJfct DIAMOND 'HUGON THE JtiGHTY' And Great Comedies COLONIAL ORCHESTRA Without Doubt the BlBgest Show In Town. USUAL PRICES gronnrt (hit Iho company was Incor- poralod under Itis statutes that province and was not licensed to tip business in Ontario. This morning the court gavo Judgment reversing that d on tho ground that tto company within Its statutory powers whim It executert the contract 5n SaskatchO' wan ftnil sent it lo Ontario Tor exccii Iho enllro Iraln harl gone, over an ernbankmcnl into tho Allegheny river, but the statement Issued by the com- pany declared only one car .left tho rolls. A relief Iraln carrying physicians !cfl Oi! CHy for the scene at 1 o'clock. Only One Injured BUFFALO; N. v., Feb. mcs- saso from Iho rontlllclor cf tho Pciin- tlon in Uio provlnco liy the ilctcndanl.' _traln wreelieil at Si. aeorge, Judgment Is given for tho amount i rcrclved at the general claimed. mm, PEOPLE nmtoly one-totilh of Iho of the- iliiHcil RtnlOB 13 composed ot iiiv nJlnrallMil rdalitonls. nt-ciir.llng lo Hftymontl K. Crist, deputy htrc fald llwt only tlirco passcngera wera Injureil. WANT THEM A'_L TO STRIKE WINNIPEG, Feb. pres- ent plans of the striking returned soldier vocational filudents In Winnipeg mature, every vflcallon- ,1! fclicol In Canada wlli be Involved, embracing practical- ly returned men, U. S, SHOULD TAKE LEAD -Minn., Feb. 13, Permanent oreanlzniion of tliu north- ern cltstrtcl tis R unit ot Ilio nallonnl er of ilec.larcrl such! congress for a league of nation's was a condition wouhl not be permitted by affected hfcrc Ilils nfternoon, while any oilier country1, artel appealed to former President William II. Taft nnd Anicrlc_an citizens .In help In making other speakers gave their rensous why clllzcT.3 of alien residents. He said Iho slioulil Inkc a lead- there persons in iWs ing rcsponslDllity (or (lie estahllalv country who sllll retain their nllc- ment of an .intcrnntlonril force to rianc.n In Oio lanit of their birth, inalntnln pcaco, EMPRESC LAST TIMES TONIGHT "THE LONE WOLF" COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAV ALLIED OFICIAL WAR REVIEW Showing President Wtlsqn abroad, Juloa Jusaerand, tha French Ambassador lo Hie United Slates, and peace .Commissioner, Henry White, and other Interesting news. CUV No AT THE COLONIAL ONLY THOS. H. INGE'S PRO- DUCTION WELCOME ENGAGEMENT OF THE KEGAL FAVORITE THE BEAUTIFUL BILLIE BURKE The Screen's FaVorite, Actress, In the Greatest 6-Acf. Comsdy Drama Presented. 'PEGGY' A THOS. H. INCE PRODUCTION SHOWINQ FftlDAV i 3ATOAV COLONIAL Don't Mls> This. Usual Prlcei. CHARLES RAY and WILLIAM DESMOND ARE IN THE CAST ;