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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUATW THE UvTHDRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE from John Jan. (Social cabU tho ONTARIO MAYORS TORONTO, Oil, Jan. tsult3 of Ontario nuyorMly nmtest.i arc as follows: Ham- ilton, Mayor Hooker, tnlul teriu, clouted over T. J. Ktt-wart, Ml'., was dc-fcattd by Cordon Nd- son, lalior candidate for hydro board. Ciuithaui, AV. A. Hammond; Sarala, William Mcshllt; Edvftrd Winter; Si. llie of a leasue of na- lions, but that problems remain to lr; solved before a echemo i-i worked out that ivill be practicable v.lll t-erica of Icformat toutm'uces be- tween uf na- tions LGVO teem carrted on Iu com- plete harmony, are not LacUliiK Irtatn sur.'acu indications ol tl'i cur- below. Much light heca thrown upon tho character yf these conversations achieve the desireil object nuil the difficulties which they bare this tnuai be done if thc V'mted Statc-s revealed by President Wilson's series jo concern Hsi-lf in world :itlaira of addreas.ea iu England, frank ptate-: Wa2 jjlainlv staU'd by Prosidrnl WU- incnts to the Prem-ti chamber ami byjcOU at Manchester, it the pc-aco con M. I'Jchim and I'remtc Clemonceau i fereiicfi ends only in a. now attempt lo and tho cabinet crisU in I'.aly. (maintain iJtace by u balmier of liowet President Wilson's syeech at between groups of alliances the lrnit- Ouildhall anil .Manchester, read lo- eij stales join the com- bed been so 1 I this particular 1 fi UP! only IllrNI I" Aihdm liroJu.'cJ o! tin ULllUL' wrlllon histrutU'ihi. for lb- j NoHMund Enquiry Open? 1 CJovt. Wants to Get At All (he Fuels MF.1HOIXK HAT, a T.V cent mr-eUiLg (if th-3 Crt'Ul War Vet- erans thc of oMafnhiK Cor the city tho machine gun eayturr'l by Jfioir bio comraijf. 1'riraic J. 1'. ttoljcirljon, V.CV, was bronchi hcfoirj (lie by ihe was unanimously tleclile-} Hint the CXCCL- livo committee .-houhl Jo all in tlu-lr liowcr tu obtain 11 articular gun. Tiie following k-Hc-r has been t-eiveil from ttie deiinty (minister rnul director of war trophies iu to thoir reiiui'j-t: Ottawa, Doe. K Di-ar receive! >our tel- ler ot ihc '.Uh in-tant atMrosse'l to the lion, tho Mlnhiftr ol MilJUii and Detenu1, i ;im riiro -.vlu-tliar ilse OTTAWA, In- to tin- charges In Ottawa before Judge HQ'lgltu thU oiornlng, but tho (iroceHings lasle-1 scarct-ly au hour. J. K K.O., c: Ottawa, Ef-nteii tho DotnLnkin It. F. HoWtu, K. C.j Montreal, represeiit- ibfe White owners u! tho boat., unj !I, .Vax- ivfll, Winuipf-g, an-J IX J-oughuaii, Vancouver, th6 Great Velfcrans. iJr. Ordo .it Ihe outHiied jfouie of tbo complainls made ty if- j tuniuii fioMierjj with regard :o Ihoir atment tia HALIFAX, N.K., Jan. ir.-1 Jinuary today U ttaU'vl (he 1 condition of C'ri'.ddfi-k. oi UiG Steamer M iso in tbo V-itk in a inr-lop un las! yesterday, F.teadiiy j atnl that Iii> fi nut in any r. J This liiornitiK H nifLiilt-rs of steamer's trt'W, liy rbief of the War Tauras, ivith inflit-dug cri'-roui fjyvj- f ria uj'O.'i Tven; -jr IHifid) IGimitrh OF THE VICTROLA to Have Hofc VKIOR RECMHIS THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA allegerl treatment oa the N'orthlan-1.11ht. until: ihe main rbarges up KeiliiT. mako it plain thut thera hne i ;irn Miro -.vhHliar ihe FWVtJ vertnlo- T officer uht> clubbinir iieen u virtual egrpemeut the the chambc-r, M. Pithon declared 1 by tho J. IJ. Kob-rt- ous a< r-uiniiiodationi insufficient bath- a revolver uhc-n :i ac- )lritl9h mill tho United States ujion lUat the French govcrnnu-nt liad v is in lh" or j Jng faiilkU-s; unfair dis- woundine' the (ha iirinclnlea of a IOHRUC of J .mmcdiately steps ti i un.miou Of space UUvetn ollUcrft :yjMltain. stVu this morn- nations, while I'rcniior lM'iltR j uikl clvtliani on tho hand and jrj- by tuo- police with iu- 1 blinst-U fultliEul to the old ain lor Knsiana !r a lev; ,llti, OI1 tliy UI-OH rapt. Crad- war-time It is icnponiblc to buy a porei toipll.an Sctniitbt. Therefoie it i'i retUr the edetpcit ioip you boy, Tbo purer and better tho ynu aeetl Tor tbt naih and the better tbe nor it done. it rtil econ- omy to QIC Suolfcbt Sosp Tur tht wasb tad aboct the houie. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO nations, ivhilc I'rcmi hlinst-U i-stein or alliaiice A Warning Prc guarUtii and fratik. ia inter- as in effect vrarning that niter her jjoricncc, can not. n-ly upon n league of unless it lakes a form which v.-lll afford ;m Kuar.mt.te of M. (.'U'tncncoim's report lM'iltR ain f sha11 of a11 lhl! datc- l IlC ln a Kive you further nformaiioti ing it, no (tecfsion hsa ?o far his conversions 1'remier uiill uvlliani on thf: hand mtn on tby oiher. There nutnin a complete that sicsvards had captures to I yr Hol-lcn Itfoa to Siurnoininfon Uny regard- W35 anxious to Klvo every i possible to the commission. It U immaterial What the results of I Jniuiry may Mr. Ordft said. (eel sure ll.at trio of DANIELS SAYS BRITISH DON'T UNDERSTAND Sartiing the distrilmh'on tropliiOiJ, J fc crninent of with yuur request Ucnlar gun to comply o f.ir as thia pdr- Moyd Gcorgo that tlm accept- alien of league of nations idea IR conditioned Cor Trance by security r.f land a ml for Creat iiridin's secur- ity on tiie sea. National Ambitions That in both Prance and Italy there are formidabln movements looking to _ the of national cimhi- j it ions is indicated by 'M. Pichon'a statement and thc resignGtion of Bis- polati. M, I'ichon's speech was in reply to the ilcinand that the French government should seek at the peace conference tiie extension of France to -tlift lelt hank of the Rhine, while Blfdolatl's retirement is interpreteil as njiplication indicatSng his disapproval of the pro- with regard to IlalmaUa nnil Us hinterland, which Italy will sub- mit to Hie allied conference. There is BO tolling of alarm at these -evelations of differences, hut rather satisfaction liiat dilferecces tire heiiis recognized. A calherng ot inter-alllfrcl reprc- scntRtlves t.o reiiow discussions on a more detailed t.ttf.s had hecn ftxeil to meet in Paris on January S. but WASHINGTON'. Jan. is to i of Iho .Vary leforo the hoi: Ett to the buttotii, find out the fatU I naval conmiincR twlay to ilisc-uis i ;mj tell the fjuMit them." bill ivas t-hown The mtliiary authorities iverc ,n-1 deavoriQg lo get the men who uijincnaiy wi'le the charges. To lirin? all incii, however, HHho c rosseJ on -stalemenl ttsat tlie Uniinl i sJiouW have a navy second to tltuat might meim iliat Iu? inquiry I la at a unJ introdufy ii gering uanibc-r of The f.ortdou that IVe.Tidt-nL in.-tract SfrCr ISM 17311 during the Year the more records you hive, thft more you will enjoy your Vlctrala, Here's a good select list to ttjri with 1M3S For Yuur Boy an] My Boy Peerless Quartet VTh'jn You Corao IHion anii Orfheus fjaartet i You Sang "Hurt to Ms" StecHog Trio Chocolata fiulfiier Karr's Tickle Medley Fox Trot Victor Military Band (lolilK Medley One-Step Victor Military Btm! Medley No. 6 Irish Baspips.. Sauls -Medley No. 3 Knals I'Avalk'i'ia Victor Concert O. TaKs of Hoffmann Victor O, 45'.'30 UCj-nso (Tio Swan) Violin- cello Kindle? Melody in F. VioUneello Kladlor Hear (fluto obligate) GlucEf IOJU Ocmi from "Cavallerla nus- Ucana" Vlrtor Co. Gems from "PaKllatcI'1 Victor Opera Co, MASON 8t R1SCH LIMITED BAtMORAL SLOCK, LETHBHIDCE CONVENTION OF THE ALBERTA LIBERAL ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD AT PAGET HALL, CALGARY JAN. 18 AND 17 1919 The Convention is nn one, Bvcry Liberal, man and woman, Is invited to attend. ALEX. ALLAN, President. VAXCOCVKFL Jan. Justice any way in The ''I undcrsland iliu militia department Is not only J Daniels, lie smilingly refused 10 c wi'lhiu, imt anxious to have Ibe men ment further. their views anil they will not be aubjucieil to any rniliUa penally iiiiUQNOKS FOR FIRST (irr. riemuig insures inaiiy tlellghtful uior.ir-uts for all atteuil the SMay- I today, loniorro'iV and Saturday. "They don't said Mr. bill oue of heat ?hown in the pity. Vi'allK< e Helil cer- tainly oscE-ls all provions ffior's in "Believe Morrison IKIS granted a summons the writ to stay proceedings in refcr-' ..ThrU 5g CONTINGENT .MEN eni-c to the nnnearance ol A, Gart-i yhorno ul tho Honor enquiry on llie S of Mr. CCiarlcs Wilson.; I have been so assured by both Kir omas White aud the Edlutant-geii- K.C., and ihc case- La argued ia I cra1-" he the suiirmnc court on Momlay ueit. Tiie to mini suggested further Tlio etitiuiry v.'ill go op. in the mean-'that the newspapermen who had In- time, but ihc commission will not pro- terviewert the returned soldiers should cccd with the arrest of Mr. Ciarlsborne. he called. He added that the inquiry not based exact I v on newspaper VAXCOCVKU. Jan. Cliarics stak-uients. Wilson, oiunst'1 for Mr. Tllcrc wprG two Ilolllts oE rlew to tbia inorniiiR applJcd for a summons jhe boriie ln mlnA iT1 thc mrjuirv, Judge to thc liquor iiuiuiry (o slww reuse; wcnt on. The mcu had why a wnt of prohibition should noi, made lhc complaims wcre men to be iSFjuotl to slay thc in.sutry until. whom ovred a great deal, They j the legality ot" the inquiry is decided. Rome advices arc that Italy, owing ,f t 7r i, worc comine thought he to the cabinet will for I v" wlis TlBht ln SRyins that Canada felt week's postponeiuent. fSS beiai uSfl the iS CV6rylhh'8 In preparation for this Catherine, 'Tl for Hieh; comfort and convenience, week's postpone went, In preparation for this gathering, the imperial war cabinet is continu- ing its sittings. -Monday was given up to considering tbc situation :ia it has been affected by thtTconversationa President Wilson, ami the meet- ing was continued on Tuesday. WINNIPEG, Jan. first and second con ting :nt Canadian who arrived In France prior to Dec. 16, 1915, is to be decorated wilh the Mons Medal and will be entilH1- to wear the coveted Stir and Ribbon of Mons. Canadians served 'n the- original Prin- cess Patricias cv under admiralty orders prior to thax 'late will also receive the decoration, PROTEST SHEDDING CF AMERICAN BLOOD IN RUSSIA WASHI.YGTOX, Jan, against tho further shoddies of Amer- ican blood in Ilussia was voiced ou the senate today liy Srmator of California, ground to hare been covered i 30 SOLDIERS INJURED DAS13L, Jan. EritiEli soldiers were injured when locomolire in charge of German T waymcn ran into a train ol British them that the fullest opportunity On the Xamur-Charlroi In Ilel- Thc important rjuestion of reprc- by his automobile for Fcrsuson 5s al- bo to investigate, lie recently. The threo Germans in FGQlation is nnw up for consideration IcscJ to have had more than it w.ih advisable that in ad- ot the locomotive were arrest- aud action. This is related IB the "tares" in the car on more than one dltlon tr tha officers mcnlioaed. Cd. other important matter of reconstruc- tion, which is now receiving Hie al- tcntiou ot Premier. Lloyd George, who has returned lo his country homo to prepare a new list of ministers. There Is eonie expectation that lio will in- vile -L-ghnr leaders to re-enter his cabi- net, hi which case GUU ot tho five delegates may he Mr. Cllnes. In any case Labor will have n represtnta- tivc on the delegation, PROPOSED SAILINGS From Portland, Jan. 11 .COMMONWEALTH. Bristol Jan. U ......OIUTA...... brlatnl Jon. 14 ...MAHCItADA.... .Ton. IS ...SATUKNIA... Glasgow Jan. 2< ....VAIiACLV.----- From New Jan. II ...TENNYSON... Jnn. 16 ....ORTBOA.... Liverpool Jan. 23 ...CAHONI.V... Liverpool Purchase prepaid tEckols now for relatives anil [ricnds to ensure prompt a.illlflfr. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all Information apply to any of our AgonEa, or to Company's Office, SCOTT BLK., 270 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. kTITVITT5lY NUMTED Fergusoa did not appear when bis name was called antl'an officer was sent for him. thc stewards should be called. Capacity of Ship At the investigation this r.Elernoon, out that the capacity answer as to tlio ilntc. Mr. Savage: "I crm produce the bot- tlo if that will help." The next witness ealUjiI was A. Kec. Of the vessel, according lo Hgurea a druggist. He was asketl if on Dec., furnishcd to tltu roUilia departineat be bad sold a bottle ot Scotch owners, is berths. Of these, whiskey. replied tbil he coma not 345 aro lor the accommodation of first and second class passengers, and the remaining for third class passengers. Col, B, E. Clark, director The witness _saul he sohl n Of supplies anil transport, at MSlltla of for Kee saw that (he headquarters, who furnished in- price of liquor had gor.c up since Find- formation, testified oa Its last royaga lay's arrest. xorthland had on board 1S3 first anil second class passengers and 7S3 third class. Of this total number 01 on board the vessel, 17 were civilians and the remainder soldiers of all ranks. These figures, he stated, ivere calilcd to the militia headquart- ers by tbe overseas authorities at the time the ship sailed. James L. I RON 'Nuxaltil Iron tidji iml tUinithin-J cntrcr into Ire rcitnoi men and trim (o (he cheefci ol rile, nervous run-doirn nji Pr. Btggar explained, in answer to ques- tions by government counsel, that his OTTERFr (in Wirti took charge of Canadian SneviaTe their sufferings forty odd soldiers L hft from Toronto and its vicinily Vfholchargo of th, mlni5tcr of were injured laic Tuesday evening !mjntja .questioned with regard to when a. transrontinental trooji train j complaints ot rallom, he said that hs Jumped tho sorjc tUslance that of Kdmnnson, were brought to Ihisjthc rationing of the transports YF-HS In rlty, arriving about 4 a.m. today. The [the hands of the AT THE COLONIAL. The show at the Colonial Theatre tonight is fully up to The feature attraction is Norm a Tal- madge in the Triangle mystery AT THE EMPRESS. Francois Curb's ''The man" Kille for Hie pcreen by Katlirj'n Stuart, will be? rhown at the Kmpress Thea- ue tonight, on the screen by Clara Kiniball Young aud hei- own company. (Clara Kimball danshtei' of a derelict trader, no'v ilcad. Is mistaken by a native prince i'or the reincarnated spirit of who oitci! dwelt wHhiu the mined palace where he fir.-t catches sight of the girl. Frightened, pre- vents her capture by flashing a mir- ror iu his eyes and making her cs- She flees through the forest anil h mistaken again by another man, this time for an animal, and ho fires at her, wounding her slightly as she turns ngalii.to flee. Verier bathes t'ne wound and cocimanda llie girl, whom he sees afrv.td of him, to lead him out of the forest, THE MAHINO OF "The Missing Un Appearing with Xonaa Talmadge In this production i Robert Harron, hero or "intolerance" and "Hearts ot tho World.-" On same hill tonight ia also a, twfrreel L.Kb comedy that t'or laughs cannot he beaten. It is ono long scream. EntUled "The TWnd Pig." It kcepa the audience l half hour. og for a solid On Friday and Saturday Constance Talinadge will be scei. at the Colrntal la her latest Select Company picxxire, "A Pair of Silk Stockings." Adapted from Margaret Alain's great stage success of the same name, this will prove lo be one of tho season's out- sUnning offerings at the Colonial AT THE MAJESTIC. men wlio escaped injuries lues i which had taken over control of these iV N. V. ind W'eKChtster County "I pHKllbr 'rantU Mullwtn. elief ue tpl.) "I pHiilibe it cf pie ltd mercy, inatnnii lick ol itienith mJ tnatinncr. TFictciinottiini ttiikh Ibt blooH.rr.iVe beauiifal, bcitihi Mtotir. viacircus, iron Stliiticlion tuiTintted or moncj train It was derailed were also I vessels some time ago. He was unable brought here antl all ore noiv at the CJuolier. discharge depot, these men ivil) leare for To- ronto ibis afternoon and Tftls cvc- Uing. At (he ilischargc depot (he Cana- to say who was immecJiatPlj- respon- sible tor the rationing. IlodgJos iiFkcd Gen. Ulggar U SAN CARLO GRAND OPERA COMPANY IS COMING Manager Brown ot the Jfajesltc Theatre slated today that ail arrange- ments have now been completed for nee al lhc Majealie Thea- tre ot tho famous San Carlo Grand Opera tknnp.iny on Friday and Sat- urday, January 17 and IS. Tho fol- lowing program of operas ho had evtn been on tho 'N'ortblanj presented: Friday night, tho double and the replied that ho had dian rps lenniod that nono of the men injurcil nro In danger. 30LD IN THIS CITY BV J. D. HIGIN BOTHAM 4 CO., LTD., DRUGGISTS. U. F. A, MEETING liy rftsolulioit-ot a niccllng of iJelosaica from Local U. K, A.'a he id on Saturday last, ;i niccllng (a called for 2 p.m. Saturday, January ilh, 1DI9, at thc Y.M.t'.A. to cotnplelo arrange- monLi tor a Ccnlra! Firnicra' auylnp OrftiTilrittlnn for DlflUlcl U.KA.'y, Tho U. 0. G. otfcra a very allracttvo proposition provided ticltnl In shown and it la expected that they ivlll have n nt tho meeting (o Bupjtly full Jnformallou, parllc- ia regard (o (lictr Farm Macblnury Kne, E, OXLAND, Secretary, been nbcard years ago. H had impressed him as being a good ehlp. "Cavallerla find with two complete rasta Maps., Jan. tion ivas made Ijcforc Judge In tho Iloxbury district court today tor a warrant ?n an slaughter Young Krankle IJritt, ol New Tlcilford, who the opiioncnt of Terry McUovcrn thc latter fatally injured. After listening to llio O-fltl'iiony ot the nieUiCfj) examiner, who iicrformett nn autopsy on (Uo body, .liulRO Haj'dcn arljournctl tha rnse until Saturday for further ItrlU ivan in tho bulttling hut -wns uol (iikcn licforo tlio court. Thc hearing was private1. BIG FORD CO. DIVIDEND HETKOIT, .MJch., Jiin. 20iJ-pcr cent dividend was ilcdaroil tho tfirector'a of (ho ford Motor Company at thr-ir anniiivl mcelinj? Dec. 31, jl was announced here tiilj lyrtnoon. of principles; Saturday matinee, Clark read a statement ot .lhc] ol and Saturday number of passengers carried tho nfgfil, "II Trovafore." Northland on her earlier voyaye. On Sir Ilrown givea Uio assurancos that her east, trips carrying soldiers, ahfi iie.d carried as many as all ranks, and the ligures ranged oil the way down to ITS passengers. Col. Clark also submitted llie scale of rations supplied to men. This was fixed by the Mini (rally and was r.hout, 10 ounces lighter than tho field ra- [ion. Glnec AuRuat, 1917, Col. Clark said, the admiralty had controlled tho ships both ea.ct and westbound. Col. Clark also ejpressed the view IhiU with tho inexperienced a U ward 3 Rhlpg now had, the could not be ulillzed to liio SRir.o rcaull nlthi tho experienced assistants ot tbo cniJ- ler days of tto war. In reply lo the contraiaaloner. Col, How Lydia E. Pinltham's Vegetable Compound Is Prepared For Woman's Use, A visit to the laboratory where this nccesaful remedy is rnada impresses even the casual looker-on with reli- ability, occuracy, skill and cleanliness which attends the of this great medtclno for woman's ills. Over ponnds of various herbs are used "anuafty and all havo lo ba gathered at the season of the year when their natural juices and medicinal eab- stancea are at their best, The most successful solvcnta are used lo extract the medicinal from these herbs. Every utensil antl tank, cornea in contact with the medicine is ateriliied and as a firml precaution in clewline M the medicine is pastdurixcd isiltd in bottles. It is the wonderful combination of roots and herbs, together with fha skill and CATC used in ita preparation which ti made thin famous ia tho of f err ale iiU. Tho letters frcrn women who have been restored to henlth by the me of Lydia E, PinVham'a Com- pound which we are continually pub- lishing Mteat to itfl virtut, Clark said that since August, 1917, the admiralty had wntrul oE n'atlonlnfi bo'h cnat and vest. Major-don. Aahton, acting ndjuUnt- freneral, said thnt sinco May. 131Sr the mlllMa de'parlment controlletl tho con- the company of over one hunrlffiil ar- ttsu will bo seen here in its entirely, complete with llie magnificent prodfuitions and orchestra. Full in- formation regarding of lirVptp, mail ordtra, etc., ho given this AT STARBAND. of Jack Plckford tintl forcn Saturday Louise Hufif Ralhcr In Sturlenil tomorrow and. when their Taramonnt picture, "Mlln-A-MInulc Kendall" will havo Hi initial preaenlation in lliis city. In this superb fiicturizfilion of a famous stage 9ncce33 by Owen Davis, Jaek Plcltford has OTIC of Iho finest roles !n his career as cinema star aiirt ho makea the most ol it, Tim story is essentially dramatic, (ho situatlon3