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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1910 Tirr, LKTimmiXjE DAILY HEKAUJ PAGE FIVE BOSTON, M aaa., Prtll- Wilion in his fir it speech fiere today -on landlna from France Invited the of the league of nations plan to 1he tentinpnt of America." 1'resiJent Wilson arrived at tho lull it 2.30 o'clock. He wan escorted to a private room at the rljht of lilaltorm uticl a moment later appear. til on (Hi EISSC. The thousands who had found seals, rose, cheering anil waring liaga. Tho roir from audience drowned the mueic of tbe tho hand. The president sat donn. but rose lo acXnowloJse the demonstrat- leu. which lasted soveral uilnulsa. I'rclluilnirlM mro brief. John JIacCorumk >unj filar Spangled iianuer and tbe president applauded. Mayor Pelers welcomed 'he guesl In the'name of Iho city end Gov. Coolidee the greetings ot tho com- monwealth. When the president rose lo speak nwn who are iu conference in Paris rccognlza Ihey are nol masters of their people, but servants of their [ipople and that no man will daro go home from that confereuco and report anything less lhau is espeeleil." Speaking of llio "low progress o! ho conference, tho president remind his audience of Iho co iplcxlly of lho prohlc-ms alfecllng nearly overs country in Ihe world. "What we are said he. lo hear tbo whole case from most Interested. have been struck by Ihe moderation ol those represent- ing national clalmr. "I have seen tears In ihe eyes ol nieu there pleading for a national am- bition, but they were not the tears ot anguish; they were the tears of srdenl is not a nation in Europe that euspecta the course ot tbe United Slates. Was there ever such a won- derful Ihlng before? WASHINGTON. Feb. Deaths during the war among th'J United Slates expedition- ary force and among troops In Ihe Culled Slates from all causes, tho war department au- nouuccd today, numbered la the exDedllionary forces the total was 0[ there 20.S2'J resu.ted froiu disease; 48.7GS from Injuries received in battle, and from all other causes. I.C.H WEST, SHE ONE llaoul 'Drevtus. a painter, who was arrested Private T. Rifketts, Newfound- Kmiie coitin shot own bv a kins is aualcnco iheir -I would nol have you lhat he was as glad lo that .he men who repieseMho alb, r them as they were lo see him and nations there are disinterested. Quite MIS. TOMKIOKEEP land, Privately Invested With Cross by King LONDON. (Special correspond- in the nlidat of par- ss- ler Clemenceau, fitter hems question- ed yesterday, was given his temporary liberty by the police. M. Prrlinai, writing in tlie Echo do Farts, ;ays that the attempt on tho premier's lite again draws attention to plain of the ilol-.hevjkl, who arc l of people and LONDON. Feb. prjmler In the house today said lie had hera advised that to grant the demands not a lilllo touching in all tho clrcnm- ot the moment. Private Thomas Ittchctls, of Ihe Royal Newfoundland Regiment, al- lendeti at the cottage and was prlvale- I? decorated with the Victoria Cross. Speaking later of his experience, the young is only seventeen, hav- Ing enlisted at tide he was re- turning home Immediately; for which reason it was arranged that the King .nsijon v ahould give him the Cross privately. !erro.._ was er suseesta ihal nn agreement ii; and other neutrals a nuati clal blockade against Bolshevism. THE WOMAN WHO WANTED ROMANONES CABINET RESIGNS and tho artistic and clirevtlorv of the George FiUmaurice. It is to lyrical iu Its feeling, rich la color and emollon that Aldeu autSor and crltla has called it a "dinging picture." Starlaii'l has inaujurated Thrilt Stamp campaign which is fully ex- plained in today's a MADRID, Feb. cab- met cf Count Romanones has re- signed. The king ha6 requested him to remain In office until the budget is passed by parliament. In the he will consult with political leaders regarding a new ministry. TO OPPOSE ASQUITH (London Mrs. Hope of who at the recenl general election opposed Mr. i East Fife, hut whose nom- is void owing to a technical respondent in a petition AT THE COLONIAL. OOLO WINNER NICHT AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Tonight will Iw liie opening nisht o! Ilie big surprlEe week at the Co- lonial Thealro. Every night this week llio Colonial management are going to "put over'' a which will se! nil Let'tbriilge talking. Tonight ivill he tho commencement of go'd winner cor.lest. Manager llroarn -.rill fully explain lha contest irom the- age tonight. On the bill tonight will he the dra-! lltic thunderbolt, 'To Him Thut; in which .Monlaguo Love ap- is. Excellent comedies anil good orchestral music will completo the ill. "Though 1 felt n-alurally very ner- i by the trustee's o! her late hus voue. it tras one of the moil pleasant Lieutenant-Colonel Georije Kver- voue. tr n euenan- o! my he saW. Of Lufiness, in which they "There was a car for raft at Wol- sought to remove her from tilt guard- of tho miners wouM throv: a burden wmt on lo express his aprreclJtion "The European he said, COLONIAL TONIGHT First Night of the Big SURPRISE WEEK AT STARLAND. Fannio Ward's popular success In Jnnocenl" and "Tlio yellow Ticket" she is certain, will he far turpasEed by Japanese thu flrsi. of ihe Taltio Estra-SetecUd Photoplays, which will be shown at Stsrlaml to- night and tomorrow. of tlie scenes' are ol surpassing beauty anu Iho romance, based on Onato widely read novel, is un- folded with rare skill and feeling. The story has an unusual record in that il was fjrst a "lest then one ot Broadway's big dramatic suc- cesses and now is shapc-d into a pictorial masterpiece, with a potent star; a picked company, the majority of whom are skilled Japanese play- Tonight Will be the Opening ot GOLD mm CONTEST Someone it colng to get a ten dollar gold piece thli week. It may be come on dowii lo the' Colonial tonight and learn all about it. A smashing big all feature olil tonight Including MONTAGUE LOVE in "TO HIM THAT HATH" Store IENYFARSOID "Will Form Inleresling 1'arl of Canada's Historical Docu- ments (By Anne 3IerrllI. Special London Cor- respondent of The Herald.) Tbo' late Lient.-Gcn. Sir Steolc. C.H., M.V.O., whose death has just la Putney, ajter an Ill- ness of two months, ami at an older ago lhart--he rit'fhaps "admitted" to when enlisting in his last war, failh fullv kenL a diary Ibroughout the Shornclilfe and tharo have as mtiny as thai at the propor- ion of -arehrlety never went heyoml seven In the thousand a dny. That. woulii be General Steelc explained, "lo seven drunkc-u men in toioi of 3500, reckoning on Ihe Drohahle proportion ot able-bodied men; or, slileta is town ot 200.MO. "In fact, I never srw soberer lo. of and he added emphatically, will! one ot his rare smiles, "not even amoug bishops! Ami I can say the Ihls because I'm a member ot Church of England." Boy Scouts -Desirable The gtnoral was proud of tho fact lhat he was Onlario-born (Orlllia his birthplace! though lie diau mutiny. AMONG UNWASHED REFUGEES NOTORIOUS HUN JUNKER west KG PL a lilaij v whole of a lone and interesting lite and delighted in talking ot His diaries will undoubtedly be among j on the prairie and n the the lasting historical records of Can- HI, .which ta, .1 1. Arc German agitators and 1. W. W'fi endeavoring to stir up trouhle anms Hie rank anil tile ot Ihe District No. IS. C-. M. W. of A. queslion is heing askt'd Uiese try members of Ihe police forci also hy Ihe Great -War Veic have bee.T following the of the miners' convention in Calgary, i The man Harick, ot Taier, over ivhom WAITS FOR HIS BREAD CARD -iv calated seriously to prejudice their heallh and morals; lhat latterly sue had repeatedly threatened to do bod- ily injury to the children and that it would not be safe lo allow (hem to continue longer under her charge. In support of these averments Ihe they petitioners alleged fads -which said they were prepared to prove o' TUB HAGUE von der Lane- 1 They stated that during the General hen, formerly Cennan civil governor Election Mrs. Hope stayed at Cupar pdihim refMO in Holland Fife, from November 2. till Dccemoer days of from 12, .nd was to to nominated as oandi- yoTder Lancken the date. During that timo she yoer ancen nrocerf tags man to whom the American minister, tho smoking room and bar parlor c irocewmgs m. u an tho hotel in which she stayed, and MAR. 1 FALL IN THEY COME the lasting nisioricai recwiua ui I ada, for accuracy was his great pride. In an Informal interview 1 had with him on Jils arrival In Pulncy. from ShomcHffe, whero he had been in command of tha 2nd Canadian- Divi- sion, lie told me. among other things, in the fore'sts of Ontario in Ms boy- hooii January 20 Lady Mary Hope preferential treatment as a Hie concurrence of the petitioner., ho smilingly admitted' lhat .it was istcncc i any lhings the general' and sixlcen chiefs of whom Hed Cloud AT THE COLONIAL TdNIOHT AND ROBSED OF DETROIT, Feb. armed banditi shortly before noon today held up T. A. Stirkc, trttt- of a local company, and robbed him of which he urrled In a xnall utlhel. SUrke had jUrted freir, u'-t pany'i office for a downtown bank when tht two men jumped from an automobile and at the point of a revolver forced him to the tatchel. French-Canadians "Those cheery to give two days notice, after vhidi ,__, he called one had to struggle. Ihrough a body-i nmi referred to the fact thai the lerm guard of haughty, suspicions nnder- "Canadian" was only applied general- lings, the spectacle of this exquisite Iv after 1367. Beforo that lime rffsi-; specimen of Prussian jimkerdom wail- o! Hie seMled parts of the coun- i Ing his lurn in filo amid the grimy try in the west were all called by proletariat afforded an excellent illus- their different nationalises, such as Irallon 6! "Ihe limes that arc chans- Kngllsh, Irish, Scotch ooly the French ed." wcro known as "Canadians1' he said. Lieut.-Clene.ral Sir Sam Steele; C.B., M.VO., was bom near Orillia in 1845 (Jannary anu started his military Tdth the 3ith Battalion, Simcoe Foresters, in 1866; served In Red i Hirer fiipcdltion, 1570 (medal and i joined Canadian permanent ar- lillery, 1S71; North VCtst Mounted I'o- Hco in 1S73, when that organization was started, he and Col. Robt. Bel- cher, C.M.O.. of Bdnlonton, and Ihfl lato U. H. Grlesbach'Jorm- Ing the nucleus of tho ne-w regiment; made superintendent N. JI. in 1885; serrA In campaign of 1SS5 in Ihe Canadian Northwest, and WM iresent al the Action of Frenchman's iullc; commanded (he Jlctmled Force n pursuit of Big near's band and the Wood Crccs (iHepatchfj, wcilal wllh cUBrOt commanded an experllllon into Kootenay, B.C., in IJS7 (lhanked In general commanded the Wenl Jlounlcd Police .......and Chllkool pasSM. iriis mngislrato and had chargo of the cuEloms (lhanked by the governor member c? coun c.ll, T'ulion Torrllory; commandan Stralhcona's Corps In Hoer war (Iwlce menlioneil In dlspatchts, lion Lleul.-Cot., M.V.O., Queen's Me dal find Ihree Northern Transiaal Division. Souih African Conslatmtarly (dispatches King's Jleda! two 1906; (hanked hy Lord Selborne an and commanded Boe cordon aronnil (o suppress CWn ese ontrages, for which he was tnanlt ed hy Selbwme. And tbe present wa saw this splendid otd soldkr'a Bromo Uon (o neirtrai; He showt'd the spirit to the- I mm reartlnMs to serre hi: counlo when Ills health began t Mil, was compelled to the breaking conclusion thai this WM man's war. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS ANYTHING STRONGER THAN HALF OF ONE P. C, WASHINGTON, bevfraoe containing than one-half of one per aleohal will bt banned-by ttn war time prohibition act July 1 naxt, according to a ap- today by homa judic- iary committee to makt Ward WONT INTERFEHt WITH MUNROC OOCTRINE WASHINGTON, Feb. n Ihe wnale lodsy In support ot Ihe propoecd Ichguo of nations. Senator >wls, of Illinois, nemociatlc whip. declared tho league would not contra- Ihe arlylfe of WMhlogton or Ihe Monroe Doilrlne and Intimated that personal and political antagonism lo Fretlileut Alison lay behind Ihe op poiltion in f IRE iJUBREC. Feb. and retail store ol lha Mechanic's Supply company ID SI Panl strwl, ibis city, was almott ea llrely destroyed by in early tlii The will amount (o oiH tbn with 'A ALSO "WOLVES of KULTUR" Epliodc Two, and "WHY PICK ON ME" Comedy HOW LISTEN! Commencing tomorrow and at evening performance, Tues- day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of each week, wo will give- away FREE THRIFT STAMPS Each adult ticket ending in 0 will receive a Iwenty-five cent atamp. Bscli adnlt llcfcei ending in 00 will receive Uo stamps, and each adult ticket ending iu 000 will receive Ihree stamps. will bfl effective on tho t nights above mentioned, oarli week ntil firtker notice, so WATCH YOUR NUMBER AND WATCH IT CLOSELY. FIFTY IN COMPANY SPECIAL ORCHESTRA Cominr; in e'-l TbeW Resplend- ent Mapilficsace Which. Jlrred. Calsary Loose tor Ttree A Score ot Real Not An Anuteur An CE The Talent Ever AsKrabled. i This Pacer.This for Further in the Meanlimo Get Ready for THE BIGGEST LAUGH OF A LIFETIME EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW THE SUPREME PHOTOPLAY SENSATION A DRAMATIC THUNDERBOLT IN SIX POWERFUL John Maton Moat Famoua American Emotional Actor Starrtd "Moral Sulcldt." FatKer. warn YOU. your marriage to that woman means moral suiciac! MORAL SUICIDE Or the Slaying of a Soul In addition to abore a ConxdT, "Tie Serpent's Desire." No adtance In prices in tact that it coat a fortune to bring ilia masterpiece (o cllf. REAL WITH MCTWHI, ;