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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOF. TEX Tin- u'.Tunmm-.ii DAILY HKIULD AY, UNUAUY 18, I'.llO the supreme PARIS, Jac Is.-tBy John W. Pa-' the matter of lou-. foe.l-The opting days of the peace several dtHicuh reassures s? to; granting o! direct Jf the speed with whkii the work will [the Briitei Iwen dore beeu hoped thai irith cation o! soxe bawIWocruent tte council Mltinc Frwicfa ol the graal: The status oottingt. The orerA> yresfiited .last niglit were "Oaviltvrra ami k ho punitive- aieU UerCt ft'ur of con- ction, ii woul-J to grand opera MIIIS: wiih any finer of .ihe intricacies of opera, than were thcjo sunft iiizht. hi every detail their prepentiUton-was perfect. Two wiiiiileu1 and distinct casts of principals appeared in the two operas. In "Cavalierni I.toiu'aviilo's famous i" -i was :i wonderful reudi- thejxmpany. Angelo Antola Honors of thp entire evening feU to Manuel ihe robust tenor, 1 part of "Canto." th OcUght nf i hi1 audieua-. The memory of the> fan Carlo or- vhostra linger ICUIR in Uio of thow- iMl (heir appreciation u? CoiidiK'tor (laetauu Me rota's splotiOid Oirectlon. "Tales of Hoffman" is being pro- sontcil this afternoon, and whilst ihe audience this afternoon was not so large 33 was expected, It is now an al> dlence listened earapiureil old and famous Kusficana" the ar- 10 the age' more par- ticularly to tho immortal "Inter- which, as played by the Saut D B solute coriainty that l d audienco will fill the theatre to overflowing. Tonight's opera will be the. ever-popu- lar "11 with the San Car- lo's Rreateat cast of principals stag- IRIIEOP Carlo symphony Qnrhesua, became ujins the evading roles. There sllll liiing of itiftnite bestiiy. Elizabeth main a few good seats for tonlgUt's Anisden as "S-jntuzziu" Stella PC nerformance. Iinpressario Fortuae is to bf1 highly complimented on his artlsUc venture, and the unstinted Uianks of musical I.ethbrlJge go out to him for Mette AS Homer "Mania Lucta." Maiiuf-l Salaiar "Turridu" and Kcnlolfo Foraari all sang in their respective principal roles in artistic perfection, his visit here this season. To Be Assl. Mgr. Calgary Store Mgr. is C. H. Fair but no decision hts been reached, Premier Clemenoeau, defending the cbzmber ot deputies yesterday proposed rwtrictkms un the press, cited as a glaring instanc? of Chases dirt does Old Hutch Cleanser. It makes no difference as to surface, Old Dutch works well on anything to which moisture can be applied. It keeps things Bright and clean with little effort, is cheaper than soap and goes much further. Old Dutch Cleanser Announcement was today that J- P. Emilb, ior the past-five years manager of the Hudfoa's Bay store here, bad been promoted to the pGdtioa of asstetani tuanager of the Hudson Bay CD'S big store av Oalsary. He will leave in a few days to assume Us new portion in whicli he has already been installed. Mr. C. 11. Fair is the new manager rof the local branch of the "I ana has arrived in the city to take charge, ifr. fair is a former CoJ- the 20 years, having participated {in the Yukon gold rush 20 years ago. I He has been in business in southern "British Columbia for a greater part of the inteiTeincg time. He comes lo -1-ethbridge from Swift Current, where he was manager for Lid. people will be sorry to learn-of Mr. Smith's removal from the i city. He came here five years ago' [from Tortton, where he had been man- ager of the company's branch for years, during winch time be their premises rebuilt three different He had hopetl to remain in Lath- bridge until the company built a !ioe store here. .Mr. Smith has been greatly Iclerested in 1te Welfare of the ccmmuniJy during his in tiie City and his been one of the most active me-jpberc of the notary CJub (He has.been with the H. B. Co. for J2S and bis promotion U Tvell earned. 4 VN'jis Invested Uy King For Hrav- ery at Wounded SUU another Leihbridge mati has been signally honored for bravery a" jthe front. This time U Lieut. W. E. An economy that is a pleasure to exercise Drink a well-made cup of delicious BAKER'S COCOA with a meal, and it will be found that less of other foods will be re- quired, as cocoa is very nutritious, the only popu- lar beverage containing fat. Pure and wholesome. Walter Baker Co. Limited Q D n DORCHESTER, MASS. CANADA FOOl> fi MONTREAL, CAN. MCEN5E So. the terse paragraph, "VMierever thera WP.S fightlnn.lo be ilone, the squartron would, be there before breakfast of bully beef anil and that iti army language means rather fight than eat As soon as the men reach (he west they will be demobilized' front the C.E.F. and taken on Ihc R.X.W.M.P., Have Seen1 Some one'section cf tho nermanem force _ __. of On Their Way Home Now seas 1 One Week From Today JOHN F. MILLER ALBERTA'S EYESIGHT SPECIALIST WILL BE AT DALLAS HOTEL Aral! youraell of this opportunity and have yours and jour c rpn's eyes corrected. fltmombdr the dale one from today. Friday and Saturday January 24 and 25. HOME W4 UNDERWOOD BLOCK, CALGARY. INQUIRE ABOUT THAT PASSAGE TO THE OLD COUNTRY. ALSO ABOUT SENDING HOME FOR YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES. Harris Rossiter Steamship Agents 120 Fifth Street South Have You Had The "Flu" If you have had it and can't get back your strength; if you do not eat well or sletp well; use Price for Quart Bottlt. AT The frank Medley Drug Co. PHONE 772 DOLLS RESTRUNG ind mlndr pairs, made, W5 1ST ST. E., CALGARY Gl bors Wao went over- u-illi the K.X.W.M.P. cavalry will be back in Canada with- in a month, according to information secured loday by The Herulil. Some two or thrcu weeks ago, after It was definitely decided that the Mounted police were to be stationed in HID four western provinces as a nent force Tviih fixed duties, Major j Jennings, officer commanding the j force in France, was ordered to bring the famous unit hack at once. Seme of the boys 'front Lalhbrldec '-have been with the force in France, word having teeii'received this week ar Percy Inrin and Kink Duiisworth from their French quarters." These letters were -written .about Dec. 11. Supt. Pennefather, "K1 division, lias no tlcEinitR knowltjrtge of the return of the nieu. hut he slates that he has heard many rum willuii4he past two "Weeks that thi boys are on their way. The squadron has been part :of 'the army of occupation of the Ilhine bridgeheads, Oo June 3 last the unit I left Montreal, fiUong. ami a finer body of men, with Iraditions of liaff Militarv- Cross. Lien 1. Frame was centljry on the plains behind llicm. y trounded in the heavy righting dur- jt have been hard to find. EDITOR DEAD SASKATOON'. Jan. A, Ovas, telegraph editor of the Saska- oon Star, died this morning follow ug an operation of appendicitis. He was formerly news nilitor of the Moosr. Jaw N'ews, lie received hi.-? early newspaper irainfng In Winni- peg, where his father new resides, llu Is survived by his widow and infant daughter. _.; BRINGING THREE THOUSAND OTTAIV.A, Jan. Tbe nilUMu at uartmeiit has liecn advised that Uie Empress of Britain, with ers on WITHOUT DEBATE BISMARCK. -Ian. ooL debate, North Dakota senate lajst night ratified thu seven Xon-nartisan league ameudnients lo the state con- stitution, which were voted upon at tho last geucrr.1 election. The honss recently adopted the amendments. lly their final ratification tiicy lieconie part oj iho state consMtution and will pcvmlt the lyinguc tu ciu'ry into effect its whole program statc-owrjcd flour mill9, coal mines, packing plants, etc. Canadian soldiers, will arrive at Hal- J dead." SHOT BY A BOY MONTREAL, Jan. She an, years of age, was shot and killed last night'near McGill Col- lege avenue, and Dtmglas Ktutt, 17 years old, is held by the doLectivcs aa a witncsa. Khcan liad been, playing with other one of thevu slates that a bigger boy, claiming to he employed in ;i bank, showed them a- large revolver, and, pointing il at Shean, had pnlled the Irifificr twice. The f'econil time it the Lay railing to the sidewalk and saying to ,his-littlo from Liverpool on Momlay, it rioihiog unforeseen occurs. The steam- er also laden with Canadian i'roops Is due to arrive on the Herbert Vollaiis, propricltir of tho Herendcen Hotel, lifelong dent of Windsor, died suddenly. rig tho summer, but recovered in Inn o be present at the.investiture of number of Canadian officers on D jusl before he was wounded Mr. Frame nils received word Uia.he From the time they went into sfvtlon Hiey have been u't it evtry day, anil (luring ilie heavv fighting in the ISth when he Wmselt was dee-' Arras .taleil. deed for which I was in he decoration was awarded, occurred jfonr months ot thc ,heavicst fighting. and when the armistice wis sigi was one of tlic nnlts just a little ahi home shortly. Lieut, Frame oiillsteil, u'rritorJ- (he Kilties and in charge -The men of the squadron nave thc machine gun section. Prior to tn-j nminlalned the traditions'ot the force- listing he was a member the public j Keporta from thc war' office to Corn- schools teaching staff, [missioncr Pcrry.i C.M.G., have made him feel proud to bo at Ihc- tiead of Biich a force. One report included We liave never heard of aiiycme who regretted changing from soine other Coffee to Chase Saiiborri's "SEAL 'BRAND" COFFEE But we have heard of a great many who were sorry they did not change sooner. In tf, I and 2 pound tins. also fine ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulk, CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. E Become a Nurse OUB GRADUATES EARN TO W5.M A WEEK If you cannot ajienl three years fn hospital or are pant hos- pital age limit, sen'l name and arfdreag on poatcanl for year book explaining the S. N. Home-Pracllco Method of study- ing trained nursing, fjlato age, The Chautauqua School of Nursing N. Y. ac luded Ilieir o'clbtk. In drao iinacMimtablo iSahticr and lilked Anot'nor-cscare from', tho prpvtecial: jiill Jiere occurred last nlglil- .when Jack .John son anil Harry eluded Ilieir o'clbtk. In sd for liberty. Johnson. knpw3, lli.b.' escape ropes, for U is only u weeks since lie was plckcJ vip feilila, finger prints. barluj teen at Jit'erty. for several months alter escaping 1 rota tho Jatl here a year aw'la'st; On that occasion hefamt lila. 'partner, O'- Neill, .ot Medicine; .Hal, raadp their getaway from th? kitchch by the wall oiiiRlde tlie kltchnn door. He was arroBled at SaakaUwn on 'another charge, and while being held pending trial his finger prints were sent to Ottawa, where they were Identified as those of the rohnaton who escaped from the- Jail. Immediately after (ho men were mlssctl Ihc A. P. V. were notified, and Inspector M'mdy had men on the trail, hut up till noon today no re- ports of the capture of the men. had been received. .Johnston, whose term till April, K'21, 27 years of ago, 135, pounds, feet eight Inches, Wue eyes, fair, and a railroad man, Harry Haymond Is 38, weighs 152 pounds. five feet S :lncfieV oys and hrowh hair. .lohrrslon heading for the L'nllca SVatoi DO YOU VALUE YOUR EYESIGHT? An examination by our Sight Specialist will give you reliable information regarding your eyes, We not prescribe glasses unless they are needed. Our Service Department, which is open from 9.00 to 6.00 p.m. every business day in the attend to the adjustments, straightening; etc., which go lo make up EYE GLASS COMFORT. F. H. WILKINS SOUTHARD BLOCK OPTOMETRIST AND SIQHT SPECIALIST, THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;