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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta if 4' THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, r#ia *  ;?||j[ Newport News. Vu., Jan 'A- Two] Carlo company's routing toward WhiL; '.^M soldiers 'while doing guard duty here' are reported to have inn�n frozen to' death Saturday and Sunday night.! Their death ceriffb'afes say they died J in discharge ol uuiy. \u official an- | nonncement in available. j nip eg. where, the noted song'birds wilU'^^S he heard in a series of nine different \*$M\ The cities of Calgary,;-../CH ? ? A Fine Bunch qf Men-Excellent System of Equiping Men the Press performances. Edmonton and Regina. it is understood, w*)l also be favored with visits by the Kan Curio stars. The or^anf-zulUm numbers one hundred artists, '1%^f mnrlfl f,-r.i-n Pm�*. � ^ Agents t Calgary, Jan. 3.- It is stated that Aiberta will supply more than its-quota under the first draft. The response today was quite up to expectations. can tht- first l ho Vic vcri! and i I the past passed at burn, Deer and others, all availing themselves of the privil'SHs of this act were prepared to takn care of their cattle through tho w^nu , and as wc are now well into rh>' winter, the government has doe'di d to suspend op-eraltohs under'the tn t until spring, as practically all -who are prepared to winter their cattle have secured loans. Arrangements will I made by the Department of Agriculture for the carrying on of this work during the year 1918, recognizing as it does, the .very .great importance of putting stock with n reach of the homesteader of the province. Few at is passed by the | legislature have*worked out more satisfactorily than the "Cow bill." they should be able to secure ,on:c o the best riding tnlent on the North American continent. Mr. Day managed the big Hat stampede last year and ;'s In touch with the best riders in the States ary! the big ranches in Canada. I I pose but. also as to the times atj which they are rnstfle in order that congestion may be avoided. I do not apprehend that any hardship will arise under the administration of the order. On the contrary, I am of the opiuion that it is in the interest of all pubi:c borrowers themselves that there should be regulation at this time of their issues in order thai the market majr be conserved for the common benefit. A.t this time the prosperity of Canada, which enables us to^sup-port the burden of the war, depends hi large degree upon Domin on finance, which furnishes the credits which enable our production in so many important lines to continue and which is responsible for the circula- Calgary. Alta., Jan. 'A. - Th'- hunch oi ;he drafted men undw military service net turned up at toria park barracks this morning in fine style. For the mnst par' Du'.v crowded into the orderly room with a smile a.s sunny as the weather. Only here and there whs there auyapp^ar-ance of a sorehead, but as the morning wore on thece - few individual* gradually joined in with the others in the general good humor that prevailed. Taken altogether they were a very excellent class of men, and come up to every expectation of Lieut. Col. P. A. iVlooro. the commanding officer 6f the i'in-t depot battalion. One of the most remarkable sigh's this morning was the remarkable rapidity with whhh the*, nu'n were 1 dealf with and served um with (licirf full kit. It would prohaM> tnke a Y r-f 1 GOLDWYN, INC., PRESENT A POWERFUL PICTURIZATION.OF. OLIVER MOROCCO'S v -, PHENOMENAL BROADWAY SUCCESS M --- . - - -._ - - . - - ���ii -. + - �, t I Td 1 + 1 N_ Li' k ^ 1 hi . .vl i f J r t s IT 1 >' / _ I h ' v � a' rN 1 5S* Y EDWARD CHILDS CARPENTER.; F x -2 .� | r - WITH AN ALL STAR CAST OF PRINCIPALS HEADED BY > x THE YOUTHFUL, QUAINT HEROINE OF1 "INTOLERANCE" - rt -1 AND "THE BIRTH OF A NATION" ON^ OF THE CLEANEST, MOST; .DELIGHTFUL Nights ........ v..... Saturday Wlatlnee: Adults 25cj 50c; _P ^ ;