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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JAM1ARY TIIE LETHBRIME DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE OTTAWA, Jan. tho Northland inquiry was resumed tbta fternoon Me UL-Commander Wil- R.X.C.VH-. ciral serrlco appeared as the admiralty. JJout. VuuStelet, C.V.A., Montreal, who was Iti charge of thu party of men on !Uo Xftthiand, cald he h2.fi received complaints from men on thii Northland lhat the food was fuiuffl- ctcnt In quantity. tho Rut [ull ratlou3 it was about equal lu yuinUty (o rations iu train- ing iu Knpland, "Do you mean lhat full rations ijL-t Mr. Or.le askctl. food out ot large pans, If too nuu-h T.-ai dlsbed out at thy beginning would not be enough for I ho men at tho end." The quality ot Uio foyl, the wit- ness said, was quite ftlr. vrero luado in rejilrd to quantity; rather ;han quaJlty, To get mare food tbe steward had to go outside OH deck j io reach tho Tbe food j get cold lit soggy with ppray. Mr. Vaullolel iald bo had beard of stewards selling food, but had no etperlt-nca of it Tho men were warned In orders not to buy food. Coming to Christ- the men Bvuinulc'd at not be- ing allowed to land. Hail tho men j It UHILU tlHIU (III LONDON'. Jan. artkU- written by a member of Hie allied naval committee iti German on Fiibject cf food condl tloiu in uorib Ueruianv is puhlbhei Die Tl.'iH'.-i I'J'lay. Tlie writer is careful to point out Ibal be df-aJs only >vlib 13io mtin herd o! tlie curing It tee (heir mvn (-yes In a very a Christmas dlnnO: was ,10 hearsay evt- for them on Fhorv. Tho witness not consider tho Christmas dinner wao good one for a Tno men clalnnnJ that tho water in tho taps was BB.IL Lieut. YauUelel tasted It and It lasted salty, "1 re- to -Major the con- ilence regarding other parts of GET luany. "lint if fowl conditions In tUo rest of tjcra-nny." lie on, "are not very much worse than In ihe Oldeu'jurs nmj Schieswln-llolsteln there is cor- inlnly no iseyi for haFt Tl 1 Children and the War of the E iu to tlK-ir relief, i after tbe. third day out. Mtv: particularly iBclilDE- Ho had no coin- jOalnta to malto regarding thn qualltr ot tho food. Ho bought foo-J at the cnaleeu, but none from the stewards, ike "California Syrup of FI0V If Crow, Sick, Feverish, CoriBtlprted. back at your chll-lhcgd days Remember the "dose" mother Insisted caslor oil, calomel, ralliarllcs. Ilow you hated them, how you fought against taking tncm. With our children ll'a different. Mothers wbo ciinp to the old Form lihyslc simply don't realize ivhat they do. The children'.-! revolt Is ToundcJ. TUclr tender llttlo "inside--." injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver und i _ (towels need clouding, givo only ileU- lioua "California Krnip of lu PAftlS, Jan. newspapers action is positive, but senile. Millions lllat "IO French and allied dete- nt mothers keep this harmless "fruit Kates will bo asFislcd by ad- (axatlyc" bandy, they know on cnch of the lyeal questions lovo to it; thai U never falls to! which will IK- These a'J- i-lc-au tbo liver aud bnwela ami visors already bave Sicen working cu tho etomach, that a teaspoon- several weeks. A colonial governor- ful given today saves a sick clmd to-.fieneral of the French povernmont, It ducting Ifao witness confident none of tbe "auri ho suld it was condensed water l 01 more members ol the various sub- hnJ the beat they had." Tlie-water In j coniniitiPts wiiu cove-red many Iho first, class saloon aeomoij red jniUvs of country and FHW I'te. teatlfleiJ that tb'-ro wan lot of the jioojile nt doss not onough food oa tho Nci-'bljuid j reporteil lu'viuu notEtcd {The following inullea leltftr from J. F. ft. Uvesay, ftafr forrRspfjndent Canadian 1'ress ivlth tbo Force A was wrltvn bo' fore tha armlftlce ITIH signed bnt is none tho less lateresungj. TilB CAXAWAN OY_ nan on artlcfe about the cbildttn ot Ixicdan have btcn In tbe war, and It tella liow their rtuJ- have been 'Interrupterl by alr-ial'ls. U says: "Children are braver In rliool than anyv--here; romriideshlp strengthens tbe Tiie war has been without gool effects efeii tho children; they are Hoder. gentler, thoughl.'ul for otliors, more belylul." One couldn't reid that without thinking of you iJilldrea la Cinada. You bavea't liaij the terror of air- raida but you have hai rnany Badcest- Your fathers, uncles >nd brothers 3 to the tome bave Ufed for Uielr country; some have come home maimed. But tbat is not all. !s if? Things at home haven't been tho sumo, A lot moru vrork and worry has co-no on mother and sister. Aud of iialsKtbl'i under feeding' UICSB things bave made you, too, any of the tnliiibltmiis. and moro bslpful. Hofore tlie war Idea that ilicy ?.rc starvius is wrong.'you didn't conic borne from school to "As :i meitiljor of the belli surper. stsff v-ho Bpent many yeais in. Hcjivevcr, don't 1-e alarmed. This the country lijfrire tne war stiid: 'You isu't >o be a Itutura un good dnu't fin so mnny (ipoplo with rolUJ leave lliat :o th? of fni on Hie-in ns you dM five years tichool Ma'am. You, all of you, grovr- but you do a iif-althy. harder big girU and little, are help- uauie tlie Boche via gono and wo had not had Utuo to get up our So lltt'-ft Clabrlelle Mar- Is her name, wi-ots it down hcraulf, very bun-, Kry. were torry we hid our; lunch. Shs livinK a'.oii-i wiih i her and 'Jiey UCT-J ol-l she uml the little things you up have, been goins Etraigbt to r-'xr H'tle oncs. 1 don't think lliere an army EO even it a big ours when UiQ men marched through nifcse iviih joyful clilMreji p-.-rcU-Jw uyou their Is this letter from? Til tell you, but re-member, it's a iiroIoiir.J secret. It'? "A CAXADIAX KA morrow. Ask your druggist Tor n liottle of "CaHfomla Syrup ol whlrh full (Itrectfons for Iiablc-s, uf all ages and for jilaiuly rm cccii Iiotile. of counter- is dcclareil, has outline t of liio French envoys colonial The Petit Journal says that niter the four great alHcF, Delgitmi has the right, hecause of felts sold here. See that It Is made by turn, lo he confutteil on a very great Advcrtlsemeal. "California KJg Syrup Company." He-; number ot questions. Serbia. fuse any other lilml with contempt.- rortugal also will consulted concerning questions srfcMins them. Rumania, although sho was obliged to accept separate peace, will be udtnltted to Ihe allied conTerenc'es, Czecho-SIovaks, Poland anil Brazil and all countries which Fevered relations with Germany without participating CONVENTION OF THE ALBERTA LIBERAL ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD AT PAGET HALL, CALGARY JAN. 16 AND 17 The Convention Is an one. Even' Liberal, man and woman, Is invited lo attend. ALEX. ALLAN, In the war, it is saM, equal part In the have an HELD THE RECORD DAYTONj O., Jan. H. W, SchrotJtler, an American pilot of tLe Wilbur Wright aviation field, held [altitude record just Iiroktn by .'Lang -cached an altitude of 1000 It-ti. on Sept. IS, IfllS, coming' jdoxTD near Canton. 0. Join the at EVERALL SOUTHARD BuOCK Third Avenue South U. F. A. MEETING liy resolution of a meeting of ilclogales from U. P, A.'s. held on Saturday last, a meeting is called for 2 p.m. Saturday, January 4lh, 1IU9, at the Y.M.C.A., LethbrMge, to complcta arrange- ments for a Central .Farmers1 Co-operative Buying for LelhbridEo District U.F.A.V Tho V. Q. fr. offers a very attractive prorlded sat- ficlcDt Interest Sa shown, anil It Is cipactei .'---T will havo a representative at the meeting lo supply full information partic- ularly 3n regard to their Farm Machinery lino. E. OXLAND, Secretary, y ltd 11 y i no re fi t-looki ng po [i "Tim mc-n in the dockyards :md OIL tiie ilrst ?liips searched at Wilhelm- shaven, ulthnugh and jlltliy, nono nf the traces of under- S EO readiiy by one whet bus liceu in India oi' China iu t; time or- in SHjoria or Greece snicii tiie war, Thi.s jiarty jirepare'd vn lor the KeH-mature-i look the people- of the town lu no place uf the cliaractcr in England, eaj- Por-sincnitli, I'lymoJUti or liarwich, would iht jieojile have been in Letter! llosh or IjeLter color. "As to clothes, the (jcrxnans would -rfiiinly have Tiad the best ot the comparison." After describing the evidence ot goad cultivation of tho land ?een by various memlicrs oi '.lie tcmmisEion on their journeys of from 100 to SCO miles, live writer "The results of a really hountSdil hnrvcpt were to Jju EPI'II in the butg- ins hams and the swollen hay- stacks and the fodik-r piles. Tlie veg- etable was cnormoii-i and evid- ent on every muni. A starving peo- ple- does net permit food of this kind to rot along the roads or ia vacant yards." On Ma Journeys through Oldciilmrg. HTilor saw% he rays, endless dence not only ot intensive cultiva hut ,il.co of careful, scientific tion, he was able to study later1 at closer in Muckleuberc and Sfhelswig1. prisoners available and unremitting labcr of the women: and children, fjermany, the writer de- clares, has done remarkable things iu ibe way of production. The area ot cultivation has largely been increased land the production of tbe old fields has been kept at a high levol, "In no part of the he re- porls, "have 1 ever seen fairer farm- i stead than those through which Iho sub-commission went, the great belt of forts around Kiel. Per- sonally, 1 did not visit either Ham- burg or Bremen, but tbe head ot ono of Iho sub-commissions who EpenC sev- eral how she must be getting on.' I wanted him to 5et me see it. "Not a hit ol it." he said, "read your own January Sale SO Boxes Only Winter Banana variety, without a spot or blem- ish. Beautiful juicy fruit. While they last. per box DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR. See them displayed in our North Show Window. Theatre Tonight and Saturday in Select Company picture, "A T.-iir rf Silk S tor The o' play ran for two years in lAnidon am! one year :n Ncv.- York. Tiie Colonial imuia OTTAWA, Jan, followliip: ment to draw the attention authorized pialepicnl concerninK tbo local to the fact, tbat this present and future activities of Ihe j i.i Miss Talmadge'a -very latest pie- beiiif! only a Hltlo over weeks act'. On tho same program wiil Lonesome In his hit, and also several other feature. the support ixmte PJckford portrays Ihe rcle ot a woman with a past with ly arUsMio forte. The cast goi.- orally of the higheet Paramount Fatly ArhucMe iu "A Country Hero" lie shown on thw progratn. Hoyal North Weil Motmtcd 1'ollL-c has issued through the J twi ot public information: The statements that are apr-Earins iu the press that tiie government is in- creasing the Koyal Xonh West !Mouni- ed Police to 2400, and that tha gov- ernmeat iias announced inat the reabon for so increasing tlie forre is the menace in ttia afre -without any fouridation in fact. The government has not increased and ____ _UL v--_ has no intention of increasing the an- kid's letters; she doesn't spell very thorizetl strength of tho force, which good and aH her "S's" STC hackward, but tills is Uic finest little letter that ever came out ot Canada." "Voti'ro says I, "just look at tbe pic- ture here of this house vdth the path in front and the smoke coming out of the chimney." Wonderful men they arc. They are doing such splendid things and live PAKIS, Jan. Hie preliminary conference between the four great allied powers which will oven on Jan, 13, says, the Journal, there ivill be a second conference ai which all allied slates will con- ferred with. These ]ireliminary. con- l ferences will bo held at ihe French legation. The peace conference proper 1 TCill Uo field at Versailles, (t la added. The debatf s will -not made public, hut reports will bo issued daily.' Somebody tapped hij on coco and he'j JOfe as a boil" A TRAVESTY on'to KAISER.- the 6east AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT. PARIS, Jan. Lvolfr the former HitfSian premier, from whom Korslsn Minister Plchon oht.ilned In- form nil on of tlie massacre of Ihn im- perial Huualan family, as related in the chain bur last. week, informed the Journal that lio the from a who made 'an Investiga- tion of Iho deaths Tho prince quotes Uifl Judges na saying: "I leit no thing lo climicc, and, al- though somo fioinls arc not yet cleared up, 1 ronsldor tliat Hie chances r.re K out o( 300 the imperial family was massacrod." DIED OF SCALDS CAUMUV, Jan, Al- bert .1. Wai.I died flt S o'clock last evc-nlnj; In HIP ItosjiKal of iti a vrech last Mon- day on the Canadl.vj Norlhrrn r ivay, wlion a ?now p ow craahed into a freight train hcad-o t. outdoor at them you would think was and is 3200. Recruiting the Force Practically all ttio men in llio force AT STARLAND. Featuring Jack PicMord and Louise I Hnff, iUc Paramount picture, "Mile-a-l Minute '-vill be tho leading" attract Jon at the Starland tonleht and tomorrow. Hasert nyon oelebraU-il slaee success, this s picuirc enibiacos throughout all tbe s tbat go for of military age anil physically fit en- j Tho story Is :i charming one, filled listed for either in France [with thrills and delightful comedy, to or in Siberia, with the result lhat j and the action is rapid and highly dra- there is practically only a skeleton of inatic. AH who hate seen Jack Pick- the Original force left, the ROV- for.l In "Torn sawyer" and "Huck anil authorize the Tom1' will finrt this newest vehicle -to emment has do ia being just ordinary were knights of'.oltl were home again. They oil do that, of why would you bs wait- ing for them? 'Hut they doa't want to go home till .they, have finished their job, and they would sooner fin- ish It right next year thau sec Hie enemy let off easy after all the wicked things Uc haa done. Yet yon recruiting ot Ihe force to its already be one i'fS" authorized siieiisih, it do this by tattng back into the ;omg on if desire to Tetura. Hie and often vrten Kj b prcriousJv served in wpathcr Is Dad and they have to Bleep l th te and are 07fl7. m holes dug out of the mud >ou would expect them to BTOKch ana vvish they Preventing Overlapping da has had in the past tiro Do- minion police forces, DO' minion Police, ot which Sir Percy Sherwood was ihe head, acting throughout the of Canadn; and the Royal Morth-Wesf. Monnteil Po lice, having jurisdiction in Sasfcatche wan, Alberta and the Xorth Tur- of unalloyed enjoyment nover hear them grumhle. They are -ill kinds of offices and railways and farms nnd mining camps, But tney are one and all good Cana- dians and Jake things as they come cheerfully; if Ihings are going bad they don't Tuss and1 then don't get "loo cock-a-hoop when they go well. Well, I didn't start out to tell you all thin. What I meant to tell about waa the poor Belgian and children who have ieen in ihe hands of the Germans ever since war start- ed.. Fancy, I came across some liltle children the other day who German better than French, their mother tongue. These children went simply crazy with joy when the Canadians came up just a few hours alter the Bochc got out. They kissed and hugged our soldiers and up. on lo their packs, and the men didn't mind -the extra weight a uSt, but Just marched along with Goldilocks perched on lop. You may he sure they were thinking about their own, little onea at home. VA> expected lo find the children iMn and starred-looking. Nothing ol, the fctmi in Ihia particular Tillage, ni i least; they nil looked well led and j even Indeed, than TONIGHT AND TOMORROW FATTY ARBUCKLE IN ritories. To prevent overlapping and! duplication of work, the jurisdiction' of the Royal Xorth West Mounted Po- lice has been extended FO as to In- "A COUNTRY HERO" OWING TO AN ERROR MENT, WE WILL NOT SM.T1M KENDALL'; tan'o lying within Military District! TOMORROW MORNING. No. 10, and to cover the work hitherto performed within Ihese territories by Iho Dominion Police, Tha Uoyal Xortli West Mounted Police will con- tinue to perform the duties they have been perfornilng during the past two years in connection with patrol- ling ifiternalionaV boundary, look- Ing after alien enemies, otc. They will also take on the additional duties which hitherto have been performed iii western Canada by the Dominion Police, including the arrest of de- j faulterti under the Military Service' Act. They are also available foV ser- vice as a police lorce in any other part of Canada IT the government should so require. WILL POSITIVELY BE SHOWN TO- MORROW MATINEE AND EVENING. BY COURTESY OF THE COLONIAL THEATRE WE ARE SHOWING TO- NIGHT NORMA TALMADGE "THE LINK" IGHT AND TOMORROW ALSO GERALD1NE FARRAR "The Turn of the Wheel" AND PLENTY OF COMEDY Xo Advance in Prices (or This Xstta- ordinary Program. HAKRY WON'T PAY ANY ATTENTION TO IT many of the French children bacfc hind us who hare been EP-ddened bj-! all Iheso year.s wUhln rpRch oi (he dip guns. TuiK wasn't to the! enemy, you may be sure. No, it VRP all dono hy Ihe relief BMleties. U1 was nice to think that tho dollar or Iwo.each of 5'ou lias given all these years of war lias helped ieep these olilhlrcn nllvc and well. It U hadn't been Tor these dollars and for countless other dollars given by chil- dren all over Uio world many ot (hem would have died. Now tney are being looked after by the Kert CroaR. Bui some very sad thing? have happened to many of Ibeao children. In yjese Tillages around us chil- dren who do not belong here. They have been lorn from their homoa by the Boche and dumped down amonR strange folk. That, is what Is called "evacuating the civilians." They did a lot 'of It In Iho spring of last year when they fell back on tho Somme. H was getting dark one aflerttooia when wo were coming homa from tip forward. The Boche had blowa up the bridge we expected to cross, and In trying lo get around, by another route we lost our wsy, for lights are not allowed. So we stopped at a cottago (hat stands almost alone on tho western outskirts of DeaAtn. Tho driver wanted some waUr for tho en- gine. A little, girl ot twelve out and (ished us lo go fn have some coffee. They bad nothing lo eat be- HALIFAX, X.S., Jan. Lander Gtrrivcn' here today for a briet engagement. He immediately proceed- ed lo Government House, where ho was welcomed hy MacCal- lum iirant, whose guest he will he during his stay la the city, j 'Tin really not going lo UXo any notice ot said Ihe compdiftn, when he was aakeil if he hart any- Ihing to say regarding lha threat which had been made that he would be given a "rotten egg'1 reception In Montreal when he goes there next week lo piny. Mayor Wants Harmony -MONTHEAL, Jan. Martin is smelting (o.prevent any irou'nle lir- twecn the Fre ncli-Canadlans and Harry Lauder over a (remark tho Comedian marfe last year which was resenled hy many French-Canadians. This morning thn mayor eaitl he was trying to arrange for Mr. l.fiurtrr to give an explanation. Mftny veraions of what said have been published. Mr. l.audcr was quot- ed saying fn a speech ot the Kotrtry Club, that It aians did not reapotid lo the rail to enlist In tho for freedom M France had done, then Ilicy were not true sons ot France, bul had haslard blood In their AT THE COLONIAL. Talnihdpc, (lie dclifi comecllenne, will anpcar at tlie MAJESTIC SUPERB GRAND EVENT MATINEE ON SATURDAV THE SEASON'S BRILLIANT MUSICAL-THEATRICAL, AFFAIR SECONH LETHBRIDGE ENGAGEMENT OH THE FAMOUS IMERICA'S GREATEST TOURING ORGANIZATION. MIJKMEO PEOPLE DISTINGUISHED HHERISSK NU> EWN STHB. ]imm OHCHESlflL BfilLllUNT CHORUS. SOftfiB STWE SETTIM Friday and Saturday, January 17-18 Coming Afjsin Complete, From Its SenaalioDa! Twn Bozage- racnt nt Ibc Walker Thwlrc, Winnipeg, Where Ihe Homos Wero at Bveiy I'ertornianco. rrescnling Xcw Stars jvn-1 Now Productions, THE BEAUTIFUL REPERTOIRE FRIDAY HVBXIXO: Tho Famous DouWs Dill: CAVALLER1A RUST1CANA AND I PAGLIACCl' (Wilh Two Separate Casta ol Principals) SATURDAY MATINEE TALES OF HOFFMAN SATURDAY'EVENING ILTROVATORE Rich Opera to he Stnjcd Upon a 1'lane of actnlc Beaulr Tradi- tional Excellence, in All Waya Compiete. to WAR seals 5c; seals 10c; icalt 25c; Matt 25c. Mull ordc.rs for Ihls splendid event will be received from tlmo and filled In of arrival when accompanied bx remlllonce lo cover cost of lickeis, plus provincial war tax. The regular box office seat sale wilf open on Monday. 13th. Positively No Phone Order; Until Monday, January 13th, ;