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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MOSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1919 DAILY heroes, was called on and received a great ovation. toM a couple of war storit'ri which captured ilio crowd ami back to their work in a haypy frame ol IA-UI- brHRO sboweJ today that the roturneil soldiers may consider themselves mitto at Uomo in (Ms city. At Luncheon Tendered JJy Clly, YeteransJExpress Their Ideas Detlaralloua tbat Caiiada had nolh- to (ear in Ihe way ot Bolsherism from tho (Jrent War CAtuO from Iho of. a number of the dele- gates Lo the convention at the lunch- eou in honor ot the visiting delegates given by the city of LrCthbrldgo In Iho Allerta Clrlll at noou today. "Our ambition is not Bolshevism. not rulu any one declared President of Iho Alberta iiillou during the course ot bia spetcti. "Our aim 13 Ihut every man who re- turns may bo enabled to hold a PAGE Fl tloti of. trust and not only that but tbat a ]io may acquit himself as, a soldier his and as u man." This stand was supported Daca of Calgary in a rinsing ypeech in which he said thtit Canada i-au trus the, returned and declare', that It the iicoplo of Canada would undertake to get the viewpoint of the returned men and understand reeds so us to help Ibern cmco roorti lo hecomo Industrial producing units there need bo no fear tbat their ac- tion would not he Eilons ERte..sano and Bound lines for Iho development of the Dominion to carry tho burden the war has imposed. TlTo hmrheon attended by an Iho to the convention and by Lothbridgc citizens, ;i total of aboui iVbeuis sealed. Mayor Hardle pre- sided, Ou his right was President Dyson anil on his loft Secretary Mil- illell of tho.provincial association. Iu Ma address welcoming delates to the city the mayor declared thai llio services the veterans have render- ed have given them a place uu man nor no country can take away. He Knew thtf veterans would be aboro DoJoism or'Uolshovlam, und that their will would be the will ot too people. S. J. Shepherd j S. J. Shepherd of. Hie Alberta lie- turned Soldiers Commission spoke briefly, slating tho great pleasure of tho people of Lethbridgo in liaviiiu.j WARSAW, Jan. With liolsiie- vist forces only 100 mikii away, tho muddle continued here. Oca. Pibudskl, the Pwlljili dictator, Is hvlllatiUK oiue Jifteen the standard anrj nioiU'ni operas in the Carlo j comnlete scenery und costuming for i which is tarried in speeJal Tbe Kan Curio Orand Opera Com-j pany coauia lo Majestic Theatre j anil Saturday. i i ghtoii inio its i I hi ihe c (ing Bilt." Ktarliim.1 As ihe Mlir-im1 of war this week on Friday anil 1 gratuities ;iml tlu- return of aopend- .Seats are nipiiily at. din are retrojcilvc' lhat all uflicB now. and inieudiiiR patrons ranks who Jiav already boon renervatiou. churned in Citnatiu prior to November OPENLEIIERIO 11. 1918, and have -crved at Uiu front in ihe actual tht-iiUit of wur, will ue placed on ihi- SLUUC basis as those j svill to iliscJurge, and all de-1 penileuts v.-lio juiid their home since November 11 will have I AT THE COLONIAL. arc fiRbtiiig under frreat clad and their shoes aro poorly ruiapt- Matlge Kvans uiul Johnny lliiif-3 arc i ilic two co-stars in "Neishljurs" the-' latest World pictures which will he seen :it tlie Colonial Theatre tonight will'aml Tuesday. Kvcry Monday and, heiiiB carricJ out uiih tho utmosi j ?_f t and will stroi.s appeal-to those who relish the best in AT THE E.MPRESS. Out- Jan. led letter to Sir Thomas aciiiiK prime was forwarded by Capt. Kev. E. Jeakins. president ot the Ou- the (I. W. V. A. holil their conventiun here, and honed lhat the deleeates would sludy their jiroblerjs and lako nrouibil3 tho mirtnlo course between tho two eitremcs. ALLDRTSWES Jan. The su- I'resiiienl Dyson said he caiuo from Guelph, and palil M Irihiitc to his old schoolmate J. D. H also thanked Jluyor llardlc, -Mr. Shep- herd, Howard Stutchbury and others In the satherinB wSo as civilians have done so much to help Ihe inen solve (heir problems, preme court held today that the- Keed vrohihitJoa amendment ittlcr-stale trans portal Jon Into diy stales of intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes, even when in- tended for personal, use. JiiEtice McKeynolds in a dissenting opinion concurred Hin by Justice lined tho organization and aiios of the _ As lir ,hc C'iark, declared the Heed amendment was not an Inter-slate commerce regn- measure, but a. direct inter- state's affairs, and beyond federal power. o-------- As Interpreted liy the court, tho G. V. A. wbo now have 1J loca I statc Etatlltc3 organiiMIous and between WOO and 0; ,illuor to 7000 members in Aluertn, anil declor- t f us, ed that their-, solo purroso was: to __________ help those yet to return and tho de- pendents of'those who will never re-1 turn by securing sane and sound leg- islation looking to placing Ihem ogaln iu civil life. As for Bolshevism, the Oreat War Veterans have no usu for It. He mentioned Iho work ot the llolurued Soldiers Commission and As an added allrac-lion tonight bo shown the big two reel comedy j sc-cam featuring' 11-This I ?''fllamc Pelrov-; agai" Toto, the famous X. 4Y. Hippodrome an adaptation hy M celebrated novel. "PalEencu SparUnwk lario Great "War Veterans' Associa- tion. The letter calls Eor a revision ot tlip awarded to disabled soldiers, which, at best, Is iu mans cases in- adequate. "But when an attempt is ruaue to reduce thcsn pensions, to tut tliem off continues the memorial.- "an.l without any w.'nmiift. tinie and hy Gertrude Atherton, tiie American The story of Patioutft Sparhawk is an embodiment of .ill of tho elements of dramatic Hilajntuciud and strons j will Ins isliown on tho same bill, which will bn v Munlittof with orclinstra con- cert by tlic Colonial orchestra under the direction of Maurice Kygs- AT STAR LAND. 'Amusing; IJill" is a fine-flavored an emphatic protest asiinst such gross j emotional characterization, for which ligiit comedy the roraantic type, tlic famous is well irjj Gladys llulette und lier known.. co-star, C'reighton Hale, have the Her thousandd of admirers will fim] I m0st pleasing and altogether dellglit- in "Tlie Pan t tier Woman" a new Pe-! f u[ nicturc-play oE their respective trova, in thai her remarkable hiatri-1 i.-crcon careers in Kdgar rrankliii's l ls Filowu lo Ihe mo5t BU- I knowledge of late off of pensions ot not only returned men, ImL Ihe dependents ot those men who have the sacrifice, bas been 1 engrossing than has uccn afforded her by any role in any or her previ- ous productions. ly written play, first place, Today and Tomorrow Tlie Greatest I'otrova I'ieture. Othsr I'i'jtur-s and (he Host Music in City. ever expect to be enccd !-j death Jiy cltLUoLUtion? Patience Sparhawk would have been equally ;i[ llu- poasl- bility. Hut Kate sirctchetl forth its long tentacles, lifting !KI from the Krief-ladon in which. strUKSles for only ID drop lier at the very ol ilfath. An initiate tiie cold, silent Death House of Sing Sius Prison, condemned to In the chair be- cause an luipgmary grievance lei to perjury. Mine, Petrova in Her Fiiili Petrova Picture "The Panther Troin famous novel SparJia-wk antl Her by Gertrude Tlie Sing Death House and Death Chamber aru Pictured absolute accuracy oE detaij. Barsvcll' I decided the labor department and how IIAI.JFAX, N.S.. Jan. II. Harvey, egcnt of the marine and fish- ihese agencies were preparing for tho cries department hrre, has given on' re'.tirn of men who will now soon bo coming In great numbers. Father liev. Kathor JlcCan'ery saiil that XEV.' YORK. Jan. The nalional war labor hoard convened cabled requests of -President Wilson, decid- ed todp.y over the private objections ot.harhor boat owners, to make a rind- ing in the dispute mployers and crews which resulted last week the following message from