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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TI1K I.fiTIWmrNiE DAILY HKHAI.I) PAGE FIVE TWmSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1919 OTTAWA, Kc-b. tho hi tills afterno.-iu. .1. B. Armstrong inlroiluced a bill lo I shipping on Canadian Inland waters under the Jurisdiction of the Cana 'lilan Hallway Board. The 'bill was read a first lime. Tha minister of the interior intro- duced a bill to establish a rttluni- llon bureau for the purpose of reclaim- inK land by drainage utder Ihe drain- use acta passed in Alberta and Sas- Vatchcwan. Defaulters D V. Jl.-icKenzle. Ihe opposition leader. inquired fs lo a slalcmcnt In tho Oltawa Journal that under a new urder-tn-council which is to rctro- iicllvo, any deserter who had been fined than could be re-ar- resled and fined tho balance of the 1250. Hon. Mr. Meighen said that Ihe order-In council not provide for tho punishment of individuals who had already been punished, but iu the ordcr-in-council (here had been provisions for fining deserters. The order-ln-council was designed to enact that wherever fines had been impoeed consistent with the magni- tude :of the offense, nothing further was intended, bul where this had_not Uio coso Ihe law would lake Its course. WINNIPEG, f'b. 27.-A atwr- ncon vaper publishes the following special from nn Ottawa correspond ent: men are out to urge tue. completion of the Hudson Hay Kail way work, wlitdi has teen to oil In ents and jiurposw pusneuded for iomo tine pest. A cub-committee it western, caucus has been appointed ;oMprlsed ot W. J. Blair, of Battle liver, representing Alberta: J. K .ie-ld. ot MacKenzie. representing Sas Report of Provincial llept. For Kates katchewvn. aid K. L. Davis, of Nee- pawa representing Manitoba, o. A- Cimpbell act as secretary ot the caucus and is to prepare a iutlou fjr submission in connection wltli the malter. Thero arc but M miles of Bicel to bo laid, and grading Is completed." il'tca KDMONTOX. 2T.-Thft ue earuliiEs ot the Alberta Governmen 191S were iccording to the I mistice annual rcporl ot Superintendent W. R. inent? ilOINVESTHM FUMMMCt Ml, TOKONTO, govern- ment and He superiors went Into con- ference at 10.30 this raorntns and were still in session at 1 o'clock. The fu- f. FOR M OTTAWA, Wb. liming the debalo or, the address. J. Gauthler, at. llyacinlhe. expressed hi-; (hanks 13 Ihe tor pathy in tho iK-ilh ol l.aurier. ressfu! novel c! the saim- name b.v 1 Ilinmo-WlUfC, to the Maj Mice llvsw Hlcc. tlu- smwrin lu.v- f -r a return engagomi-ii inn been written by Miss With uishi. March I. Keunidv, ihc production directed by George fVw pictures in which Jack ford anil Hulf have have aifordeJ cither with IUMC abund- ant opportunities in which lo display llielr diversified Tim iictiou is dramatic and the scenes that Huse iiuallty which thrills oM ami young alike. Till rjuailil rj'.t-s The name of.the chiei Stuart-Whyle, and becau Ir.-uitoiuiiue production o! hears his mark we all K. i; is well done aol wui pjrt. Theatre i-M Tuesday is F. tbU fairy Cinderella" y know that of sup- AT THE COLONIAL. launh o! their sym- j to utifoM tne slory an- inUTprrtfl screen and under diree'.iun of George Melford IIM> are distinctly individual and artistic Mary Pickford iu 'How Could You! Jean'.'" her latest ami finest ]ir.i-luc- He confined speech to criticism ot Mr. Caldcr'o fiif-och, aiij in con- clusion said: "If as Mr. OaMer had saiJ, the problems of the reconstruction period lion to date, -will be the feature I are greater itian those of war. why he lift times tonight. earnings 01 mu S-ornmtnt waiu-l for three railways and telephones in Ihe year nuuthr, alter the siguliiE o: the I: v ou want to hav a litHime. lilt for t: Colimial Tlieatre loalK'ni- Tlic1 big tinaH" niahi will nuiiiivelv be staged Ther L- entries lor Ihe con- whk-h range all way from ig and dancing to boxing. A real ,ooJ amateur night ilways a 'big hit, ana tonight's Mil it the popular Coloui.il will bB no ei- cu in'- S773C2507, leaving the net earnings t charged the InspsL-icn. 01 lainoiic d w'iards of ihe Imon. 1 al the figure ECt forth above 5C1M1S. i schools In tho province Qucliou ot i-ojirodui-e.1 all of Thc lolal capitaliMtion of all the making false reports on llu- standing scenes of fairyland, from lines is placed at divided of tho schools and the progress made comer lo Prince Ciiarm- as followE: fEy the children. ine's castle. Out of silks and satins Toll lines, St; exchanges. I He compareil tho repons ot aml of thev fashioned the rural lines, 001 catholic inspectors with those made Of aeo, fo that nothing and sites. hy 1'nteslant insiicclcrs. and said lacking -'rom llie illusion COLONIAL TONIGHT still in session at 1 ocwcb. inu i iu- and siles. 5504.462.63: hy lure ot llie Ontario Temperance Act office equipment ,hat understood to have been the chief Wj.mo7. material, lolls, clc., 5342.- siclans, Issue discussed. The Liberal party oio.86_ making it the latter knew their duties, i'hy tor ______ he saitl. were punished i making false reports concerning held o caucus last niBui av arp divided Into the fol- and school itispcc-lors who lers ivere selec'led tor the ulandlng sections: Toll capitallza- connnlUces of Uie house. They will earnings. held n caucus last nighl at-which mem commces 'resume tlielr deliberations ttls Uter- noon. Tho Iwo L'uited Farmers' memoors, LONDON, Feb. indut- Irlal cenference, called by the jcvernment today, idopted a res- olution moved by Arthur Heixier- lon, the labor It.-.der, that a Joint commission consider the question of heurj >nd of working- men women and general con- ditions of employment. An amendment, offered by Premier Ltoyd George, that the committee Investigate causes of unrest and report to the confer- ence not later than April 5th, also was. Adopted. Bowman, of Maniloulln, and J. 15053; per cent, earned, Exchange capitalization, 54.45S.131- .02: earnings, per cent. Bea Bowman 01 earned. 11.5o! 'Rural capitalization Wlddiflcld, ot North Ontario, also Earnings, per had a conlerenco night and cent, earned, C.SS. acretd to -land solidly on the farm- Mr. Harvey in his report to the ers- platform. Wlddifield Is not yet premier on Ihe suMect in reference emlUed to lake Ills seat In the house, lo these figures Jays: "It will be nol- eullt-eu to uihc _ sueriuiendcnl's n....... regarding jirosress jn were equally guilty. v-hen the world's greatest sweetheart, Cinderella, and her Prince Charaii'.K come slraiglit from Uio Landof-I- SCREAMS BIG ROARS as the official returns of his election have not arrived in Toronto. report that the percenlage of gross earnings oh cap.la of both exchange plant and rural plant are very low, as a matter of fact these two plants not self supporting." It is hoped, however, by adjust- ments lo he made during the present year, that these discrepancies will be remedied." This statement probably refers lo the proposal for increased rales Ihe decision on which already has been i announced. superintendent's report shows JAPS FIGHT BOLSHIES VLADIVOSTOK, Feb. an engagement betwetn Japanese and Bolihtvik forces, 20 mllei eait of Blagovleshtcr'.mtlt. capita.! of the Amur province, the Japan- ese lost two officers and 18 killed and 23 woOndcd. The Bol- shevik forct was estimated to number NEW U. S. ATTORNEY-GENERAL WASHINGTON, Feb. Mitchell Palmer today was nomi- nated by President Wilson to be attorney-general. Mr. Palmer prob- ably will take office March 4, the date tentatively fixed by Attorney- General Gregory for his retire- ment, when he tesigned. COUGHif I COUGHERif! I AMATEUR CONTEST ALL KINDS OF REAL FUN For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills wiH set you right over night PorelTVefetabk Carter'slron Pills Wm murc bcklrooiBtlKDtood. mort people TONIGHT "THE HAND OF VENGEANCE" EPISODE FIVE TONIGHT "TONGUES OF, FLAME" 5-Act Wondcrplay Featarfnf Marie Walcamp. GREAT ORCHESTRA GOOD COMEDIES AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT AND BALANCE OF THE WEEK. EI1MONTO.N', Feb. Davis. 665 privale owned line stations, 3 con- acreement ot February 3. jrreit dlffleuHies In Ihe way of afford boiler for iravel on Ihejinc Calgary, local, FRIDAY SATURDAY NORMATALMADGEin "CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE" EDDIE POLO IN "THE3 LURE OF THE CIRCUS" would be brotiBht into effect the. earliest ALL WERE LOST POItT OHKORD. Oregon, Feb. 27 A Ehip'n cabin, hearins Ihe "amo stc'amer George- Ixiomls.-was found total. l.clhbriilge, local, rural, 123; total Medicine Hat, local, rural, 14; total, For Additions The report also shows there 'Was expended during the year BIG APPROPRIATIONS WASHINGTON. Feb. leg- islalive action was taken today on (he (400000.000 post office appropriation bill which carried for road construction during the next tbree years. The senate adopted the confer- ence report without a record vote and tho measure now goes lo the presi- dent. sank with the s of all EISNER'S FUNERAL .._ BELIEVED WITH entente troops Mannheim bridgehea Bisnor'.i funeral at was one of- the most seen In thai clly. buildings and sites; for loir announcement was mane inm iiij. lines while is credited to present Manitoba government. IMIICII stock on December 31, 131S. Tile a0on will conclude its fourth year ance being made up of rural lines. 0I ofilce. will not appeal lo Ihe elec- cuslom work and molor vehicles andltorate until next j-e'ar. The iife. of office cqulpmcnL 1 ihc legislature is years, and n Under Ihe slalement of capila! ao-'ECnera] cicction is absolutely ne- lunl, there is given ?344.1SS.7S (or until the summer ot 1920. it'was declared that election must wait "until the boys come back front overseas." Tho prevailing opinion is lliat. the present session .will not prorogue tin- co, 1918' total of In his Mr. Harvey, tbe dep- says that with regard lo in, present new cons.ructon for 1919 I is er- flSTtlMADORi ;een in Ibal city. 'peeled that, given good weather and labor organizations ca.rriefl banners ihat a very satirfacl- Irapcd wilh crepe, and there were commencement will be made on inndreds ol wreaths laid'upon the ,hc amount of conslrucllon d h grave. 7TH BRIGADE SAILS fr LONDON, Keh. 27.-CC. A. Tbfe "th Brigade of tha Srd. Division ot the Canadian Hectric light awl CMrtractort Farma.lghling Plants. Bleefj-lcal Fiitures and Supplies. 409 Fifth Street South w'nich confronts this department for the next three or four years." WOULD SELL SHIPYARDS LONDON, Feb. Wire the house of com last night Thomas Shiw, labor tlSSSSaST-aS do unions in the management. Re- -jng for tho government. Col. Wil- n said it had 'been decided after full nsldcratlon not In relain these yards government undertakings provided ey could bo disposed ol at fair rmfi. AT THE EMPRESS. Charlie Chaplin 'will seen again at the Empress tonight in "Work." A specially'selected cast will also be seen and Kmmy THRIFT STAMP NIGHT LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARY PICKFORD "HOW COULD YOU ALSO "HIS SMOTHERED LOVE" Two Reel Comedy, and BRITISH OFFICIAL C-AZETTE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JACK PICKFORD AND v LOUISE HUFF "SANDY" ALSO "IT PAYS TO EXERCISE" Two-Reel Sennett Comedy MAJESTIC THEATRE RETURN ENOAGEMENT TUES., MAR. 4th ONE NIGHT ONLY SamePric.s SAME QREAT CAST AND CHORUS SAME WONDERFUL PRODUCTION SOME NEW SONGS AND LAUOH LINES "SOME SHOW" "I'LL SAY SO." 75c .nd 60. SEATS ON SALE AT THEATRE SATURDAY DOMINION C. B. Q. I, Illk Dominion of Canada Income Tax A representative from the office of the In- spector of Taxation, Calgary, will at the Inland Revenue Office, Post Office Building, Lethbndge, on Mwch 3rd. 4lh and 5th, to give any infonpation to residents of Lethbridge and which may be desired in connection with the filing of Income Tax Returns. I Forms will be available for distribution. After March 5th these can be obtained either at the Post Office, Lethbridge, or on application to the Inspector of Taxation at Calgary. PRINCE ALBERT BONDS PRINCE ALBBUT, Sask., Keb. 27 At a mcctins of citizens last nighl by Ihe clly council on woa appointed to meet at Regius he holders of Iho city's bonds 4 ew to final sclllemenl. This com- mittee given full authority (o nz- otia'-c a final settlement of the ques- on Oiat has been a contentious Is- ue for over Iwo years, tt Is tinder- tood thai the bondholders will clothe, heir renrenentallTCs with lo mKo a final adjustment. The confer- nce will laXe place under tbe chair- nianship of Premier Martin. RENTAL HALIFAX. N.S., Feb. Ion lo establish rental courts Is fore- casted in the speech Irora the throne read at the opening of ltd Itilrd ses- sion of the ;16th ccneral assembly of Nova Scotia this afternoon. Application can bo made fo (lie (XHtrl (or filing of equitable rent. A measure lo prorido for the distribution of housirK monies placet! al the disposal of of the province ny Iho fedeial government Is also Ore- caslei EMPRESS i ULAST TIME CHARLES CHAPLIN i in "THE TRAMP" I A Ttiot in Two Acts. I THE EMPRESS TONIOHT Wehlen's Metro Kolfc prodsclion, to be shown at the Empress Theatre for the latt time lonlght This unusua lr slrong o'ferlng writles aid dl by Oeorge D. Balier. AT STARBAND. Jack PicXfonl's newest Paramount picture. will bo -presented at Starland tomorrow ami Saturday. This ,1s BtoiT of IWo in Kentucky, and it has to do with Uie fortunes erf Sandr, a young Scolch Immigrant., and Roth Nelssn, a charming Grass belle. The picture fi based upon the Alu Emmy Whekn In "Sowers ,nd tateit Official War Review and a Drew Comedy. Strain -Feirtiirino Mae MAR. 1 THE LETHBRIDGE ROTARY CLUB PRESENT THE CALGARY ROTARY CLUB MINSTREL COMPANY OF 50, SHOW 50 IN THE COMPANY Comlnj in Three SpeiKM Carj 20 Clever 30 In (he Singing Cherua A Solid Car Load Certwim Efwew. The Orjanlration of Kind in Wettom Canidi. SMILE FOLLOWS UAUOH-UAUOH FOLLOWS FOLLOWS SCREAM AND A SCREAM FOR TWO MOUBS. GET YOUR TICKETS NOW Matinee No Rntrrtd ;