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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY si, 1910 THE IUUA PAGE FIVE ,K Stmo without orea.i yesterday and today. VanicUy scones are Kiiortetl Tho forcc-3" have cmi-' pled a uumbcr of gua ylauts, electric houses and waterworks in var- ious iiarta of llio city. OrutafwaM, suburb, is wiriiout these necwsities- Tbls suburb, however, iu populated almost exclusively tto wealthier classes, against it is not likely (o affeel tlie SccIaUal govern- Irient. Kart who Is chief advisor Dr.'MfihknccM. aud is fit with the stialegy behind the Tiki movement tn Russia, Is lu Suartaeam are jo be desperately' eiidearorJns eprtMd their activities Into other of Germany. jao, forces control the situation lu'Ber- lin. 20 far as ihe centre of too city, f.-arc'l ;h-- siiuutbu therf i? [im.l r i have forces arc 'O, wuivii are haviug a harvest Another tact which is helping out the situation so fnr as profitable poultry keeping concerned is owitig to the great amount of illness due tu the Influenza, is given for service at the front. The silver badge, Wntcli was issued (o their Mrengih is completely who served in England but were liie'fiehl. Tlis t-auinct- has flatly re-; honorably dischargeil hecauae of lUFed tu accept the oEffifod mediation- medical or other reasons which Tim- or the to re-'dereil theiji unfit, will not by issued, different factions, accus-1 nor will tlie other badge which Was Sng the Independents cf working "hand given for service id Canada. Ail mem- left at He nrfcrrod lo itio old, there has been an unlimited demand prophecies i'nat Canada lie ati'.for fresh and tlsf ijrU'c ilnj I'niiRd States nr Hie; ijme If they were United States by CmuidH and said thai ji QO a dozen they wo-iM So snapped these had ah norm now. up'jusl as fail. addition tu lieinK peace tJje hons are records eaJil Mr. IJaker. had learned io at the Kxi-rriuif-ntal l-'arni ground our conduct on The great pnll-Jarc m tin- rule. Never We Inspired and i tfts ihe farm the winter eiioueU to believe the plain dK'-1 f }l i :i.ui. after a four mile match in u drenching ralti and bier emlarked for Canada. JCncouragc.i by allowances grantc-d to Knglish Australian clerks, Uii 'of tho Canadjuu jiiiy office in 1-ondoii organized anil secured an in- of nay on liie threat of n fctrifce. Clerks hi other will jircbahly get the bi-nolit of thii in- IinXOIA'i.r. Jan. H. Kk-vrn vlvors of Diiinani (j tiiinin on Oc-tobc-r I1'-, arrived today ttu- they laiitk-'l in a lifeboat, three others remaining in Manila. Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL i FRANKS 30UTHARO BLOCK Third Avenue South AT THE COLONIAL. j The Colonial tonight will uffpeti Olivt- in the Tri-' ungJe play, Liiiioushio a rive-1 ronu'dy-Jrariia. OiJ'.cr features r.n the bill aro the L'-rec-l com- i O'ly. aii'j iht1 TiJaiJglo comedy, Thc-ir Family and the Colonial orchestra. Win. hv Ilai'i cumcs to I'M. Colonial COLONIAL TONIGHT OLiVE THOMAS In "LIMOUSINE LIFE" Two Reel L-KO Scream "FOOUS AND FIRES- OTHER COMEDIES CONCERT ORCHESTRA Jan. lieaddnart- Urs of the Sinn Fein organization in Harcburl street were raided this morn- ling by tin; pclvce. The raJiJers found pamphJeis ad- dressed to Anierican soldiers in Ire- land. They contained this question: "Did you win the war in order io fcnlt Ireland's The pamphlets added: "We.liel yon win your independence. you us to win Jan. 'March made public today a report from the; American military attache, at Archangel on operations in north- ern Russia during December and the early days of tills month, dealing with ihe situation. The situation is regarded as satisfactory, both from a military and sanitary standpoint The chief of staff said he had no continuation of reports that British forces were behit; withdrawu from the Arcliangel Eottor. READY TO ACCEPT NEW YORK, Jan. Offi- cers of the Marine Workers1 Af- fHiation announced today that they stood rearfy to abide by any ruling of the war labor board made in response to President Wilson's cabled request .for ac- tion to terminate the harbor Strike. SHOP LIFTERS WLNXIPEC, Jan. Die of five well dressed, xooil looking, the police believe they have liroken up .in organized shopljft- (ilg fin? whose" operations iti various local stores arc alleged to have a haul of more tlian .worth ot goods. Thn names givftn by (he wom- i en are: Gladys Ilonghtoii, Emtna Jobb, Kliodii Leslie, Doris Mario Vet- tier and Marie Johnson. They arc being held For trial without halt. BY ACCLAMATION VANCO'JVKR, Jan. R. (B; Horde, M.C., an Independent can- didate, was elected "by. acclanifition lo the iirovincial legislature foi- Albcnii at lhc nominations for that constitu- ency hehl today. American Federa- tion of Musicians Local 497 WILL HOLD THEIR ANNUAL Dance In.the K. P. HaU TUESDAY Jan. 14th TEN PIECE ORCHESTRA REFRESHMENTS For Invitaibns Phont N. F. Sup1nar or S., L. Chapell. DOLLS RESTRUNG and some minor re- pairs made. 605 1ST ST. E., CALGARY PROPOSED SAILINGS From Portland, 'Jan. 20 ...SATUItMA... Olassoir Jan. 21 .COMMONWEALTH. Krislol Jan, ?4 ___VAUACIA----- London From Ntw Jan. ...CAKON'IA... I-lverpool' Feb. f. ...ORDUXA... Liverpool 0 ___OHIAN'A----- Glasgow. ..PAXS'OXIA... LOTilon From St. Jan. :il ..CASSANDIIA.. lllasgow Purchase prepaid tickets now for relatives and friends to ensure prompt Bailing. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all Information apply to any of our Agents, or 10 Company's Office. SCOTT BLK., 270 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. Local Agents HARRIS AND ROSSITER Phone 1412 EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIME H'a a Goldwyn MAE MARSH IN "HIDDEN FIRES" AlaD a Dandy Ktystone "PILLS AND PERILS" HERE OLCA PETROVA IN "THE PANTHER WOMAN'' CONVENTION OF THE ALBERTA LIBERAL ASSOCIATION BE HELD AT PAGET HALL, CALGARY JAN. 16 AND 17 The Convent ion is an aj.en one. Everv Literal, niaii and is invitetl to attend, ALEX. ALLAN, President, Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES S15.00 TO A WEEK If you cannot snentl three years in hospital or are past hos- pital age limit, sentl name rind address on postcard tor year book explaining the S. N. Home-Practice Method of study- ing trained inirsine. Stale age. The Chautauqua School of Nursing i N. Y. AT THE EMPRESS .TONIGHT, LAST TIMES TONIGHT- CHARLES RAY IN. HIS OWN HOME TOWN MONDAY AND TUESDAY GLADYS HULETTE AND CREIGHTON HALE IN "ANNEXING BILL" ALSO "HANDS UP" Tho latter Aflll be shovrn twice at each Monday in itiiiirc, nt, 3.15 anil -1.45. School children will able lo see 1t each Montlfty alter school. KNOX CHURCH FRIDAY January 17 Admission UNDER THE AUSPICES THE CHOIR. J May Be Obtained from Members of the Choir. GRAND OPERA NEXT Friday Saturday Evenings THE SEASON'S BRILLIANT MUSICAL-THEATRICAL EVENT SECOND LETHBRIDGE ENGAGEMENT OF THE AMERICA'S GREATEST TOURING ORGANIZATION. ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE t mm m EDROKM SUSS, TKPHOIIY ORGHESIRJ. BRILWNI GHOBOS. SUPERB SflKE SETT1K6S.' COMING, IN ITS ENTIRETY, FOR PRESENTATION OF. THE FOLLOWING BEAUTIFUL REPERTOIRE FRIDAY EVENING: The Famous Double Bill CAVALLER1A RUSTICANA AND I' PAGLIACCI (InltwlticitiE oil me same stago, two ilitforcnt anil dlsliact casts ol loaOing artlata.) Saturday Matinee: "TALES OF HOFFMAN" Saturday Evening: "IL TROVATORE" The to Seats for All Now Ready at Box Office. Orders from Out of malt, will still be received tilled arrive up to the time the tickets are exhausted.- ;