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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JAM'AUY Tim i.F.TimmDGK DAILY UKIIALU h..-i________.? PARIS. Jan. prelimi- nary peace conference likely to fast three months, according to Marcel Hutfn, in the Echo de Paris, ''lAt the end of the second iitooth; that is to say. the be- ginning of he says, "after complete agreement between the great entente powers, the treaty will be ready for submission lo enemy plenipotentiaries for tltefr signatures- Representatives of the enemy countries wilt be invited to come to Paris to tearo ttfe-' allied conditions, and will have 9 reasonable cr.e whlcli to reler It to their governments. The nrelirninarv treaty will contain first a clause by '-Mriith the entente accepts a teayue of natlonc; stcond, the amount of Indomr.ity payabls by Germany sii'd methods of and third, a definition of the new frontiers. Start January 16 HAR1.S, Jim, 7.- Ulavas.i-rhe .MKDK'JXK HAT, JLUI. sitou v! AlWrU Fed ration of l.uiior u milled by (V f! ILiiiiy v..r; tu u. socbl fum-'.lou milled Ut'allilp mill and tin1 loeul whun municipal prmllng. U iMilrv tjlvt'i by icJ.i that effort bo iiiad-i to K limey. Karailtu. l-Va- islallen wMi-h would j W- K. Hay. cf that all priming in rumiPirUou with LdiK-itiun Al-lrC'l. oi yrovludal KOvrrmm'uL be d'jin1 hii) U't? provi'jtL1. the pro- viso, however, tliat ii on jitcouiit til lack ot facilities i' i-H ilei-m- necessary to haio the ivml: dunu (J[ 1'AKK Jiu. i; fail.- ran plau 'or a l-'rtg'.ip of nu- H outlined 'oiliiy l-v tli-J1 Pn lit i of the Tho that ih-- liritisfi noi only has liie but P'J anrrh Hut War follows ibu ;h-.- An.oriuau -i -.ho Mail, LIT Kin'! ration in i' t-x-AM. W. M-irro.v Hi v. t Kiicri ansbas.-eilo Shout the province, all i uuct-rns In xht! jirovlnoo be given Id toiidf-r thereon. It was further proposed that legislation tjn provide4 would result in uiumcliiiilillcs I The iiavc their printing done within tlie in Kuddttfo, ami municipality, except when local ti- jjuroa wen.: greatly in eiress of those i inn a. The Tr.nU-.-i Council. SerVfil by the" v.'ouad up i must ineuibtr ol U-y. The amharf 'd i and woviM of tlifc v.-ill bugm .liiuiiRry V.i ;st ilie French atiice anil will be an L-ioIuiiTgE? htad.s uE ilie 'iii'! tM" i lire it'll minlstprs nT Prance. EIIK- land and ihr IMueO am! Italy. (irobably u 111 abyu; January IS, when tliut iiavc severed relations with liiu .ral Vi'ill meet wilh liio roj1 stationery anJ he Iniiiuaed for Infractions iif Df act The resold lion was h: an unamtnoiin vote. Want Stronaer Beer A ivas by Hi j Calgary Browory Die fCileraUou lo approach ill ar-1 huMiiii; riKKin ;nid Uat Ujiiurrow morning. It iKiiiuu 'iriall eenu i cubintt of lus couu- d.u-lor.i fiii woiiKl ae1- nlvvnys I The court Uni o! naliuus lie i-uburJinan- lo unJ i dia'Unut from s Arbitral ion in would be voluntary, if tenUons nigln af Unit ill'.- niil-on- if In of 3. till ;u leai-.1. J rofuvial tu at'oitrait, H is vuuW to MKinCLNK Mai. Jan. 011 citing itiis uf 'lit; i flfiji untvual convenUoii tn' of Kin- niul Sacra-.ary Smii'.un iireseiiusil ALL HALF-MAST iew ;o having the raisc-J to jior 'in. nleoliol by veig-st. Then will be '.UiirkeJ by j r. grrajL deal viev.-t iK-tw-'A-n iln: Tlic firowery yuof-ortc-fJ o-i tho floor by Bmeed, N'ehyn, MtiKulicrta and and i-ont" 10 rHnrio it q'liin flr-nr thai tboy 1101 !ng :ar a rf-turii lo old condUiimp, 1ml that (hey sathCieil tliat bevorasa today until L' rtpui't doalliDT wilh i aeiivitinp nt c-xecutlvu the 1 >v There and lo tlu- -con- j of rtl-cusFlon on OiJa' a uum'ji-r 01 for Increase in Membership I'rt.--Weni J. A. i'.'.-A Scere- (.try iti ih'.Jr p'mif (J'41 tiliU tilts PARIS, Jan. 3 on Is algn'ing a proclamation closing offices on the day of the funeral of Cof, Rocse- veft and ordering that Ameri- can 1lag be wherever ;t aroiir.-J the world. Will WELCOME 400 boxes Apples, domestic pack, the varieties are Wagners, Ontario Stark. Winter Banana, Greenings and Gano. They are yours [or per box delivered lo your door. Be here blight and early tomorrow morning and gel your choice. NO PHONE ORDERS OR C.O.D. AT THE MAJESTU'. ?o hi nic-mbi-r.-iiiiiii to csontiillves of Fninee, tnt' for and thai United StatP-s and Italy and decide- definitely upon the iVMniKisHiim of the dek-gatiuns tj the IIL-JCC- t-unirr- cucc. crease t them .Inn. Jus- llunlor today reservetl Judgment after hcariiif; finrtl agreement .by op- pusini; counsel to the of the Eovcriimeni imjujry into the illicit ti'flfffcking in OHIO SENATE RATIFIES PROHIBITION LAW COLUMBUSj 0-, Jan. Ohio senate today, by-n vote, of .20 to 12, adopted the joint j-esolu-; ilon ratifying the national prohibi- tion amendment. The resolution io the house of representa- tives where it (s believed that'on effort wit! be to suspend the rules and act upon it today. WOMEN Suffering from low spirits and loss of appetite will find re- newed strength, brighter looks, better health and clearer complexionsbyusing inorf! liealth'jjivinsj I It was claimed that if resuluLkni lioptod it not tness, lint o'iininish ii. nnd tluit n-ould bo by no tneans fo j i Resolution Defeated j Probably the strongest convention i il.c for moiliL Compeu of pioviu il r GIL .tion Act Score.d the morning Jn opposition to (tie move s made, by Joe Knight. 11 ii c-luiin- that instead of raising the va-ifchL of beer in order to ilo Jiway with liit ft.dtralion slinulil marid of thr government that the jn.prcsu'ntlns to the convention ati out Ia-.v iie rigidly enfortcd. IH of (he salient (eaturf-s liio tJic boazy traffic iv.ii or.e 01 act passed by tlie legis- the curses ever known iti hunm us ;L ol reiiresciiita- _ inunkind: Vitkers, Uaper, tinns of the federation, ihc Einmu-h, Mi'K.; Kvans rmd. last, declared that provided hy j but nor least, Knight, opposed the act arc much too low, but tint thcj tiic proposition siroiigly, and wlien tilt government ha-s ilrclarcd favoraiilc- disiiuiiiUon towards tlie. conRidoration j of amemlincDU lo act at the corn- j ing session, dealing-with this and otli-.' er jihascs, Lahbr Paper Wanted Regarding the establishment of a labor napftr in tho province, the hoard members reported that overtures had been i! Itast lun-of-ii .MI ijKitrtl In ihft (iiy pc r fcnt. I when, the- San Carlo (Irar.'I (Jpera end. men lilazo at eych other id boulder.-; ;UM! boui av sen ting The t lliei-ij aru 1M t uientticrHhiti of HvHk j Mothers' Pensions I lliffix felt iliat tin: early in ths fray. The firl nes until the reports urc hy men in the They to the and rind ileail There alifi goo.l c'Jinc.Ii-. on this !iunt from AT THE COLONIAL. wild appro flute (lie in; photoplay art and gooil orchestral rmisic will do rrell 10 pay the Colonial j Theatre a visit tonight. t a Ions way to i comedy U im-mdcd niaUer was put to a vote lion was by a majority of about icn Print Textbooks Here A inlroducei! by B. W. Bellr-my, tho feueratlcm to urge uji3ii. the provincial cavernjfient tho aJvi.iahHily of liaviug srlioctl j and text books printed in the ,o ,u.'de t. Ih. IS-ltM Mine Work- nml alsu'from'iliv where 1 Theatre is Usmns a invitation there is a large jfnpiilaiiun, Moday to loi-al theatre gnerri to Tht- ban C.irlo tomraiiy ihis year liasjuess toniglit's The tcu- un t'Vcu strongpr raat and list ol prin- lure "Thu Witcli Woman" in whuti f-pais tlian R year and are play-; Kihcl is starred is vury beau- irq; nil the pricciiial cities on Uie con-' riiul, and worth iinotit. Lots of gue I (he bill. The Colonial is now featuring Ui AT THE EMPRESS. Colonial' Concert Orchestra winch i THE REAL ALASKA j under the direction of Maurice HP.X. fJcach gives a. vlvifl visiiaJiza-} of Alaska hi its heyday in "Laughing Bill Ins latest GoW-; ,vyn Picture. Ii ciesjtroves tho gen- eral belief that tfrn Klondike was the meccs. for that dis'gera for worked during tlie day and lost to int; printers ami allied printing trades unions. K way point eel out that tiic ahly move tit Calgary. Jt was urged by HIP i" Hicir eontracl with the MacMiUan tlial Lft taken to secure Coi-ipany, Toronto, would expire i electoral reform tlirmmh amendments In 1921, ami thr.t the quustion should i1" t'lie elections act. rL-fteive laimediatn c-ongldcraUon, 'n-1 asinuch as ner; tost hook" system- W.IK being shortly introduced. H Ac Empress tonight. FIGHT TO THE DEATH j V'urinns gunplay follows when two j >rooks accuse each other stealing Savt Your Hair! Make It Th Wavy, Gtossy and Beautiful at Once- out tliut in the- L'nUoJ States In certain states this policy had ht-en ncloplnd an'3 liatl given iiighiy satis- factory results. fue of the delegates expressed hisj jj.., fpj 'thought that when tho federation was] Si 111S. IneyglVC .-dcainiE with tlie governniynt on thisj matter they should also protest i you the very help you need, and are a natural aid to the stomach, liver, bowels and blood. Gentle nnd positive in action, without any disa- greeable are werlli a CONVENTION Of THE ALBERTA LIBERAL ASSOCIATION t WILL BE HELD AT PAGET HALL, CALGARY JAN. 18 AND 17 1910 Tlie Convention (a nn opun ttiip. Kvery Liberal, man and wumnu, 13 InvitcJ In ultcnJ. ALEX. ALLAN, President, icit ot today. Ha tali! Hi-'! pt-aple u-anled to KCO Iho trutli in considerable bnnl; therein. Thu reso-j hitiott ivtis almost unanimously nddjil-j Financial Obligations It. Delia my submitted n 'ion caliing lipon the federation 10 petition (lie provincial gcivcrnmont lo assume financial obligations in con- nection with Ihe tiro motion nnd main- tenance of thrj ecliicaLionel facilities j 'ftf the province. Thf. school system sV.onlJ ho main-j lalnuil by state fnndF. jiarlicularly as j ilio policy of compulsory cduration j hern riglif fully in oper-! ?fioti, nnct (hat Tiiereforc the govern-' fcr thft provi- 3lon of tlie very bc.-t of for fill! siiccraatul eftrrylng out ssul rolicv. It was ijolnteil out (lio cost of Tuainleuarico under present, c one! I Li unfairly tlistri- huteil. Tlnj in.ijority of the speakers, and particularly thoao from rural the rflsolutlon ;ind ndoptcd by a vote of 7 lo 1. The comniiltyo jirCF.enl- od a rrcommnndation wliich was re- Iforretl to romnilttpc with mln- I erV renrcsenlation on the executive, j At [irescnt Ihin body has two repre I RonUtlves on the hoard, ami it is pro- I iioseil to it to four. Jlccommnndatlons from the cxecu- (liffl dealing ivith ihn inal- jlern wnro referred to j Times Election public health, po- i lillcat convention, insnr- (nnce, freedom of expression of idea, Intervention of tho Mtta.t in Russia, WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Almost any man will tell you tliiit Sloan's Liniment means relief BRANDOM, Man., Jpn. the Canadian stackyards be under the government control wilh the next few weeks was one of the startling statemenls giade at Ihc Swine Breeders' Association meeting this .morning. A. G. Havjkes, director of the SaskaU chewan Grain Growers1 Associa- tion, said that were bit- tor complaints cf gif'.ft the Winnipeg stcckyards anti that ths farmers complained justly that the people believed they 60 cer.ts a pound for which uacon sold. The Swine. Breed- officers elected are ns follows: Prcsidant, D. A, AQnCv.'. Oougliisf vice-pi VV. J. McKUlican. Erandon. For practically- man lias it vJto iias suJTcred froiti rheumatic Forcncss of muscles, of iciints, results of ivcatlicr (rositrc. Women, Ico, by the hutidreds of use "it for relieving neur- itis, Jauie bsrks. uciimJi'ia, sict r.cV.c. Clean, i refreshing, sootiiins, quirkly cfTcciivc. Say l.iniincnt" to your Made iti Canatla, (jet il today. i.-i; _v loans Try ;is yo-i after an apiilicatiou; oi you can not find ;L single llracc of dafirlniif or lulling hair anil j yoar scalp will not itch, hut what will i jileaso you most br sifter ;i few weed's "use, when yon ace new hair flue and downy at real-1 jly ne-w all oicr tfiaj [scalp. J A IHUe Dantlcritle immediately- ilouhles the Scanty of your hair. No; difference how dull, faded, firitttc J'15' moisten a doth ivilii Danrlerine stnil' cart-tuny draw it UUroush your niiX taking one small i sir ami at a time. The effect is Uiitneii-. j fate- and hnir wiM.liej light, fluffy and wavy, and liavo nn i i uppearaticc 'of abundancL-; ;m ir.t'Oin- i IKiraiile lustre, softness ami luxuri- i mice, the ticauty shimmer of trnj? GRAND OPERA Fri.-Sat. Jan. 17-18 MATINEE ON SATURDAY The Season's Extraordinary Second Engagement of the Kt'S GfttltST lOlimS ORSilttilOH :SE BtSDJED TEOflt M5TIKEU15HEO AKERKAk KD tUROrtW SVKi-KOST ORfflESIRA fiUCS. SllPtRB STACE StniSCS. Presenting Upon a Gorgeous Scale of Scenic and Artistic Beauty, The Following Ooeras: FRIDAY EVENING The Double 'BW Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci SATURDAY MATINEE Tales of Hoffman SATURDAY EVENING II Trovatore E.ich With a Separate and Dis- tinct Cast of the Leading Artists. Prices: to Mail ord- ers received now and carefully filled as they arrive. Remit- tances must include Provincial War Tax, 'Regular box office scat safe next Moncfay, January 13th. PICKPQRD' ietraaH I.attlc tif KnowUon'fi jDamlerine {ron, .tliy slore (ir iioilpl counter, antl thai your hair is.ns pretty and suft as i it hag betsj] nogltclcil or injured by careless ireaimr-nt. A small trial hot- ivIU douMc NIC iK'.iuty of yowr A -ALSO TWO TOUGH TENDERFEET Paramount Stnnett Comedy and Patho War Gazette There be two shows each even- ing, at T and If you can possibly do so come to (hr. matinees iiui. lie suro of oljtsfning .'t fc'.tf without waitinf. "HANDS UP" AND "BRIDE AND EDY LAST TIMES TONIGHT BESSIE LOVE IN "A LITTLE SISTER- TO EVERYBODY' Join tho LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL 1 FRANKS SOUTHARQ BLOCK Third Avenus South Jan. sniiill cahliiM, preferably consisting of (i.-n, whr> I'iUj li.tri-' ami bo Mijij'licd in ;lie most form all inforiiiiil ion eiiiiblinj; Uioin so arrive ,il di clslons in ;Vic inosl in miner, is rncom- incndcd in Hit) report of the iiKichin- cry of the government commUlce which has jivU neon iif.tu.-d. AH regime Uir of ivonir-n in (tin civil forvice. Ihe com- mit t re fhiicil tliat liie of any subslsntlnl recourse lto women's service hilhor'o tlie mothers' Factories Acl. gAlherlng of labor rcprt-aculnUvoft iorjlic-. of a vast of knowledge, a -A'Cfllern Canada convCnllon, Pic. tporionce and sonic of An honorarftnn of vail whifii would ior niuticnbr to I'rcslOeni ftinney, to Sccrc-; have been far more vnlnxlilc ami Telc- tarj STiiitten, and other manorg ofivnnt of of tbe liftst men civil! minor nature were ciead wtlh In I servants. tho report of (lie comiiifttec-of ways and means. Tho federation will risk for and for xlio Trades Am on p tho aub- miltctl arc I in- cstahli Aliment of a rcsoarch minis tor lo undertake re- search work to furnish a jirojer basia for a p tnn an put Any Corn Dry Up and Out, Says n Cincinnati k Authority. Lot. tolks step on your feet here- after; prices a fiizs you like, for corns wltl never agnln send sparks of pain through yon. to this au- thority. ire tJiflt n few drops (if n drug rpJle'J appJfetl di- rertly npun lender, aching corn. Instantly relieves scion tho entire corn, root nnd nil, lifts out without fain. This drug U sticky bill dries ;il once and i? said to simply shrivel >ip the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding Us- sut. H is claimed that a of an ounce obtained at any drug stop; will coat very little but is putdcient (o remove every hard or F-oft corn or cnlliiM from one's fccf. Cut this out. Miifftally it you arc a woman reader wlio high COLONIAL TONIGHT THE FEATURE SUPREME WORLD PICTURES PRESENT ETHEL CLAYTON IN Out: of the moat beaufiful pictures ever LOTS OF GOOD COMEOY Hear the Colonial Concert Orchestra Direction Maurk< WILL ROGERS in LAUGHISQ U1U HYDE ty REX DEAC1I Gotdwyn Rflfase TONIGHT REX BEACH'S Tremendous Drama of Redemption Laughing BILL HYDl with WILL ROGERS Directed fay Hobart Kefilsy Released Through GOOD COMEDY "BEACHES AND PEACHES" ;