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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHflRmr.E DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Some Wanted to Abandon Contract Work, But The ConvendonDecides 'cAU.iW M! .soon ai the and file and they pronounce In favor o ni ai.eruoon. 0, ,vbat will they do on the olher NEW BRITISH ARMY LON'OOX. Fell. hero today, Wluslon Churchill said: are rccnilttcB a new army for two and three years' service at tho rate of over 1.000 dally. It was essential. In order to disarm Germany and secure the reparation which we determined to get, to lln local unloufO The time is not yet ripe for auiiu ihat it some of you think w. with .y wiin this betoro the operators, tndependen O l.i.y 1'er cent. o( international and they wl 1 re 3.ualld luu.r- gard you M rebel., t say o aud a lu.i ,or o.er- lhlt jou will he taking the u'scou cmuuu ll j Sl6p. I counsel you to lake care. I less lo auempt P'IL- It Is not in line wnn the iiilcruatlo.nl nollcy luilecd, seveiul came- there t soiiaiy for d out at 54.02 per (lay. Pro IDC ni tBMrUI lo tht EDMONTON', Feb. provm department of agriculture wa dragged Into the row over tho Impo talion of Mennonltes Into Alberta I the public accounts committee ot th legislature this morning through th Inttnr flWul nAnf-r It IK not in line Will, me IUILI ..._ th DUUb ul oHcs" iced, seveiul came- there r. M. Chrls.opher ing imprint of the ivlui lost actions to vote souaiy for 8auio points as thtv lost speaker, m w tho 4bouMon of contract hivo though aaainsl contract worh, DL j R _, uUmrncu aJu-r hearing lho dis- ctaiulwl it would bo hard to break. lho cussion this ihey hivo be- away. Mennonltcs as settlers convim-cd It is hostess 1-eritl j Al ycsts as lly commissioner of the province of the conditions imposed hy in- on day work, and Jfe rcSuirwaa that ,n "Edinonton and the HirnA system. "We talk about glv- other men be the> o lug Iho returned suMier work in the- tould not do as mucn. iw We EonowinR lettering: i but It Is just bringing turn from nle They arc salri to own acr J _ Oftl in co dividua e simila nnd te men w driven I, get everj- ounce of work out Canatitat> BW Cross t Iriven It. SCI every ui "w" if thent." Ho drew the altention oi tUe action lakcn by the e ea certified (certiflcales and teach both LADY LAURIER uw Sir Wilfri 1 I.aurier, who was his helpmate for over 30 APPLES No. 1 Wrapped MacKintost Reds 2.85 LEAGUENA1I WASHINGTON, Feb. the prepared addreM en the league of natlona deliverid In the senate the conjtitution of the nropwed leaaue was yirade public, Senator Poirtdeirteri of Wathlnoton, Republican, today declared the entrance of the Unit- ed Statea Into the league would me.in a aurrendtr of American rights, privilege, and sovereignty, abandonment of the Monroe doc- trlre and a violation of the con- stitution. The constitution of the league, he said, was conflicting, indefinite and the mrphintry which it proposes to set-up is "similar to the soviet novernment of Russia." per box Delivered eiceplionally brilliant cast ot acreeq AT THE MAJESTIC. players. She leaves to mourn her untimely fath a mother, seven brothers and our sisters, her father preceded her but a few short months. The brothers and sisters are as follows: Mr. Dale O. Shcrtmrno, Erskine, ills.; Mr. Roger YV. Sherburne, lavre. Montana; Mrs. Helen Couty, Karshfield, Wl3.; George, ESbert. Cor- nell, Waldo, Sirs. Robert Danforih and HutliSs N. Hnniburg, all of. whom reside near Grassy ami Purple Springs, besides Willie Bettie who reside with the The funeral look place on Tuesday supervision o Thomasi at tho M E church at Taber. nev. 1 presented at tho Empress theatre to Many beautiful day and tomorrow. AT THE EMPRESS. William S. Hart, the western char- acter actor, will be aeon in a some- what different role from his famous bad when "Wolf BARNUM AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT Bamnni, klac ot fonmakera opens his enrolment at the Majwtlo floral offerings bedecked the casket. Sho was laid lo rest in the Taber cemetry. Shcrburne was a favor- ite of all who knew her. AT THE COLONIAL. AT COLONIAL TONIGHT For the mlu-week program at lhe popular Colonial theatre this evening another typical Colonial show has Yes, the Pain goes! Tha very rub gives relief and as you masaage in the heal- ing penetrating oibj of Cham- berton's Liniment, you exper- iencaa feeling of ease, comfort and relief .that assure you a real cure is taking place. This fine old family safeguard Chamberlains Liniment branch held yesterday The resolution was strMgly !un- wrtcd br the president, B. B. Ben "it1 K.6.; Judge Jackson, of Lelh- liridre- LleulenantOovernor Eretl, Dr A 0 McHae, Sirs. C. 11: Waagen rod others. On molion of Mr. Howard Stutch- hnvy, lhe olflcers-were re-elected until sktv dava after peace is declared. cere English and German. 1 informed them that German would not be allowed In Alberta schools. Miss JIacio Lillian Sherhurne diei! at general hospital at Tabsr, Alia., on February Sth, where she underwent an aeir itriitLuua All of which is hnmbly Euomuted. Edmonton, April 10, 191S. ye y or two p The many friends, striving to see some ny of hope for recovery, wera overcome with sorrowful emotions How often lockjaw and poisoning result from the neglect ot a slight scratch or little cutl tin's Wizard Oil is a safe and effec- tive first aid treatment It is a pow- erful antiseptic and should be ap- plied immediately to wounds of this fcnd.to .prevent danger of infection. it is soothing and healing and quicVty drives out pain and inflam- mation in cases of sprains, bruises, .cuts, burns, bitei and stings lust as reliablt, too, (or stift neck, sore (eel, .cold acres, eanVer sores, earache and toothache. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back Ever constipated or have sick headache? try Wizard Liver .Whips, pleasant tittle pink pills, 30 Guaranteed. tO tJlO __-T-miT. EDMONTON, Alta., 1 J. commmee directed the spectors and men ,al'produce these tomorrow. oved as such in the wild lands ai-------------------- ranch of Iho department of monlci- alltlos had part of tne.r I alaries paid under Ibe head of ag expenses, was one of Uie pott" rought onl.in the ptfWc awonrtB, ommittca this morning member from Soutl nonton, in nnestioning John Ferric, linislsr ot It appears that. the. eipenditures ol ho wild lands tax branch in 1911 were 410 nf which was for sai- .....5J1.33S for travelling 8 for sundries. Mr. went inlo tho travelling Owing to the fact that Daly -was not called before lho committee until noon his ejaminallon was not con- tinued this morning but postponed nn- til tomorrow. A. F. Bwlng. west Ed-1 uc. monton. who is examining the witness I eration until her departure. that Daly be notified to bring in nil the (lies of the department relat- ing lo correspondence over lhe Men- dread news went' forth. Doctors, nurses and relatives did everything I oj comfort her in tost few days of illness, her mother never her from tie time of the op- lictn arranged. The feature attraction will ho the enticins live act feature "All in which Carmel Myers, j J the popular star, is featured. Ample cumefly will be Euppliert in the scream- ingly funny llyons and Moran comedy News." The latest Animated Gazelle will add topical touch to the program. [Special music is heing arranged by the Colonial concert orchestra under- the direction of Maurice Ryes. "The Hand nf Vcngeinco will he shown at Iho Colonial Thursday only.) AT STARLAND. To play the star role and also di- rect the picture is a, large order, but William S. Hart does both most ex- cellently in "Shark his lat- est Arteraft Picture to. lie produced under the supervision of Thomns H. Ince, which will he shown at the Star- tonight The stellar role is that "Wolt which Is the work of Charles Turner Daiey, tells tha story of a ranchman and a sort king the lid desert country. He portrays a strong, grim, silent man quick on lho trigger, tcrriblo In his wrath and bitten to his enemies. Hh anger rises when be hears that some one has dared to lake up n claim in the valley, and he immediately sets ol to drive the intruder out. The settler turns out to he quit Jtlcst girl he ever saw, and strikes up betwee the two. Lowry begins to realize th lino Influence the girl has on his life Also gooit comedy. tbectro The engagement will run for four nitnt concluding on Saturday nigbt ot his weefc. As an eiponent of apnlieil lodern hypnotism and psychology )r Bamum stands supreme-. He ecosnlzed as the only living genome- scientific hypnotist on the Amen- an stage today. Dr Barnum has ar. anged with the Majestic theatre management lo deliver Bis famous ecture "Practical Psychology as Ap- plied to everyday Life." to an aud- enco comnoted solely of ladles the Jfa-Jestic tomorrow, Thursday after- noon. In order that all iadles in' the city may avail, of this opportunity ot hearing Dr. Barnum there wilj no no charge for admission m'-de at .tho special inalinee. Seats for oil performances are flow on sale at the cox office. There will bo a complete criange ol program nightly.- ing lo corresponaeuti: I nonllea, and chairman McNaughton of iila thn vlterei In proves his courago and wins tier love. It is an unusually thrilling t) moni.ua ui Jliss Sherburne came to this country with her parents when only years of age where she resided ever since. EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW THE ONLY WM. ,S. HART IN "Wolf towry" The incomparable Bill Hart in an entirely new characteriza- tion. As king of the Wild Deser. Country he throws fear ittto" the hearts of his: enemies. A thrilling: lovo rtmr "with a re- markaWa surprise at the finish. Alto a good Key atone Comedy "DIZZY HEIGHTS and OARING HEARTS" A Scream with Cheater Coniltn ne (lepuij uiiiiuivL ronchere for such einenuea -were aot O K'd by him. hnt hy the- -former min- WB1MAR. Fell.' Brzberger of lhe German armlsllco commission, had ivemns centra of tho stage at this after- clidtlng trom noon's session of thn national as- thai Bometlmes sembly, outlining lhe entire history of the armlstico negof.atlora, from o e arms the lliao they were begun last autumn. WAND 1C lllflO lUc) wens lster, Oariepy UKc- Herr many sums without setting fortU in statement Ihat it what form the travelling was o[ who ere Incurred. .nnroached the entente bccansa o( lho high Uterol.municlvalitles, brmiglitoi.il command for peace. It was rKrfnt that It Marshal von Hlndcuburg .who tbe anrt authorUedJhjijJgnJjE a of tlmt the cnvercd The nticstlon of the nnmeroas Changes In the porwnnel ot tho de- partment alto -wr.s gone inlo al Icngib. there bavins bctn 31 inissctl or quit the detriment and 49 now ones errgagon Jiinuary TONIOHT AND TOMORROW WM. S. HART In Latest Picture. "SHARK MONROE" ALSO "SAUCY MADELINE" Two Reel MAJESTIC-! HE'S HERE- NIGHTS 'STARTING TONIGHT SEE HIM NOW THE KING OF FUNMAKERS Sennett Scream .tnd PATHE WAR GAZETTE t It id Marshal von Hlndcnburg .who sors and Insptrteni; tc. nraie and authorized tha slgninj each HtUe expenditure, and t ,c Ilcn. Bnberger de- terra Olaoepain Inttantly a Upwt Stomach. U. S. ARMY ____ WASH1NOTDN, Feb. tlon providing for n temporary mmtary Ml.bllshmcnt of about 540.000.officers and men during the fiscal year Ftafl for that vear. The of ntrmbtr ol 'ho cm-, who quit or were let out were ICO annual last night In lhe honao after of senate bill for resumption of Tolontary enlistment, which out were Tolontary enimimuu, ________ _ in. rwtrlcKd lo tbemailmum of watting! twovof 1'a'pe't Diapepsin all ItW Uim II- eWcleiwr em the pnt of FAHKIEH'8 CANDIDATE It iLlCTED TOJIOSTO, Feb. ll-Jota WMaWeM, oi Vttiot of WM u> tie North ta- (.rlo ia protiocUl Istetan br t of OTW H. S, utandard-bwrer. COLONIAL TONIGHT Everybsdy'a Fnvorlte CARMEL MYERS In the "ALL NIGHT" LYONJ_MORAH COMUY -BAD tttwr AND OTMM FRIDAY WORLD'S GREATEST HYPNOTIST THE ONLY HYPNOTIST, IN AMAZING, LAUOHABLE, AND EXPER1- MENTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS OF PfJYCHOLOQICAl. HYPNOSIS. THE GREATEST LAUGHING SHOW ON. EARTH. EXTRA SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT _ .___ w n i j _-I.L ii__ to deliver 3 o'clock. MIGHT PRICES ;