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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATWDAY, JANUARY Tim LETHDUTDGE DAILY HEBALD PAGE FIVE lo 1'ARIS, Jan. tJoa hew hu made It possible wort concretely tiian p en outline o regarded t rall- of -Kill decided the ot tram In- MC i 1n whb Ui of r'ratice to 51 enes fur HP 'new Griffith LI Oio Majestic g Mnrusay, For nilayera with Mr, Oritfith, ami lilieir stories or suffering arc by aU the IlrltWi the ever told ty nlervaU covering H'Mh- mouon rlcturo camera. .As n rcsuli ri( their experience, tiia than lurve itara. who with Uivid WarX i'iy froul line trenches cure the tmixirtan'. I'M Of thi tuotfior suffe many wi-eks r [liti'il State--1 rc'd from hysteria for her reuiru lUe OCMTJ ferry throughout her Toraxft Col, Yates said UP Jell ttta trip bad teen the moil successful ret made ty a transport hrLiiRlaB home CanidlaBB. A new system was used in handling! the men during this voyage. The AT iSTAKLAND. S. Hart, (he popular who tuft-fi 7.'Ill be tho attraction at Star- land touight in his latest (jroiuction, "Selfish On Monday ,Tti'l Tuesday the popular star Irene Cas- tlo, better known as Mrs. tie, appear in "The First per way to do thte Je by the ment ot a bureau Trhlch And yt-t (be very of tbe Vt'urUT' jtJrifiith production Is llie fact that i: to bo seen l is not, hi nay sense, a war pUriuro. Tu siuti- Uiv (outrarv. Mr. UrlEfith himself dea- 'Jiineep. j i-rihea hia work as ihc-fo I the war." Jove o the AAcrta government taking tome hoiirs. This Is Moreno. He came to the to Iniustrlel deTeToit- lleved to bo a record !or ?ide States at tbe age of 14 ami was tilnv- menL In their opinion, the only pro- ,he Atlantic. Tbe best r-reviou: rttord j ateii in ahc was made when the Olympic docked York t'ity. on December 14, when l, exjji'rlenie in a scliools of New j his comitany in t wouW bo ciiftrsod -with Uie duty of wcre iar.ded 22 hours mid 10 trains; Xorih Ilamincii, Then 1 because cnn no longer iland. It is that the "United States will us asked to co-operate llh Ilrltain with Hie trusteesblp ot South Africa, outelde ot German Southwoet Africa. Britain, H IB said, does not want to carry the burden of the ndiniTuslration of Atrica by ascertaining iudustrlea couid be nucceBBrfully operated In tbe prov- ince. It Is reulUed that tlie day of tfau old industrial commleetoner U done tiiat industrial today requtroa to be and fostered through the vork o' ro- search experts. Tha corirenllon to be held at Ed- monton Till be attcndeil by tbe mem- bers of rhfi legislature, mayors of toiroa And cities, ami reeves of nrunt- of board e ot trade uid nil other public bodies liourt. TO FIGHT BOLSHIES BERLIN, Jan. The German government (i reported to be or- ganizing two armies tor the pur- pose of counteracting an invasion by the Poles, who already arc threatening Brandenburg. ei engagements with Mr? J tfir, Tyrone Power. I'oiistanri' Co liter, j j Lac-kayc ;ind other iOt llic speaking suge. As a PalHe 1 Biai- and lending man .Mr. Moreiso has f appeared in feature picture i witti I'eftrl Gladys Hulettc- and i Xaululika" and aitdetl laiiit-ls 1u I his fame by reason of his muafnahta Mrs. Castle. He was Flarre4 in "I'tiej work with Pearl While in "The House J iof Don't waste your time, and money in trying to find some- thing "just as good" as BLUE RIBBON TEA Norman Lang, M- P. for HumboliU. j i has plans tor R million dollar raeiuor-' the province which are interested In j jai convention hall t" lia erectci BE AII SPRING According to C. R. Bowimui. for eara inelcrological recorder here, farmers hare no need to worry ihat next summer ii going to dry Just because the -winter Is very dry open. As a matter of 'fact It Is one of tbe best Indications he knonrs that neil summer will be wet. According to his ligureE, this winter most cl ly apDToachea that of 1301-02. In that year January up till the S was almost Identical vfto thft wwl warm. Krom .lanuary 23 Feo-ru4ry 15 tliero was a cold spell, nnd for this remain der ot the winter, with tho eiccption of three dr.ys fn Marcb, -when tho mer cury dropped below zero, It was vcr> mild. But' In thicgn chan aoA there n (food. preaipi tallon Jor month manth. O.fiT; KeT 1.03; Karci, 0.4S; April, 0.15. a very dry month. Then came May will 11.27. inches ot.riin, the river rising some 27 feet ami carrying.out thi traillc hrldge. June 'followed with 5.6S Indies, and July with 5.95. hu August nnd very flni months, TrUh p, slight frost on 2S and 'on Bcptember 3'ami 17. iMr. liowman "also points' to Ihi rinter of was ver; nillar to this year, and in the sprin of 190S tnere was another Hood whic lid great damage iii the river iere. "Every .Tvmfcr T suffered from HheumMlirn, the firrt reason I bcrn able 'to g-o through irittiout a return tvf 1117 to Gin fills. r The piJJs are nil you claim for them, and more." such as (Ha rfiould top' Ttnce even most (Itcptlcnl thit Qir T'iliTa dtt remedy Kidney troubles. If ydu friends or relftlivcs whrt (iiiffcr from this dre.ttl nfflidion, tell Ihcm lo tiy Oin Pills. So many people 'have written sfftlinj; in glowing lerms heir Oni I'iils iclfcvfrt them of KHney trwiblra, ihat TTO ronv'tnced that all any person nperls to j. rto in order to obtain rtlie( (hem. .j- Sold in crery town, village, ciiy, O'T laralet for We n box. Thfl National Drug Chemical Co. ef Canada, Limited, Toronto, Ontario. tj, 3. Tcsidcnla should address Na-Drn- ft 203 Main St., Buffalo, X.V.iM CAU3ARY. JMI. sensations atttmpl hy Iho llquoT'lnleresLa of th province to the Liberal co vcnt'on prcclpltnted a tremendous u roar at ?aget liall Friday aftcrnooi nnd ior fifteen minutes pundeinoniu: reigned. Alex. Allan, tbe chalnna ltd out instructions in rain-antl 11 entire resolutions committee, beade- by tlie chairman, H. Puffer, can rustling up (bo sfMrs to the main co venliou hail. Tn tho end a. none dry resolution pAnsed and nailed, down hy a stand n vote of the accrcdllcU delegate each tlistricf, wlio -were marsh Into the centre of the room by Ko John it. Royte. G'co. P. Hon. A, 0. MacKay, Hon. Dimca Mardhall and J. aicCRllum, f nd nnd riff Id ly sorted counted and talliod, Bui U was n na K A A A ELECTION IN QUEBEC MONTHKAL, nu. Tho Standard announces today that thero Trill be R provincial gen- orAt akctlon In Quebec next day. II, slaloa that wlicn tho provincial pavlihmenf rrfeels next we ok. tha government will propoao that power bo given to raise a domestic loan of When the pow- er Is granted parliament will Ijft prorogued. The Kpvenv ment aUo will Ask for rf man- ibto frow the people lo expend this money. The Quebec provincial par- liament was elected In 191G. Efness and Industrial development. Tie conference, which was held this was an outgrowth of tbe nuai iceetfng of the Union of At- ria Municipalities helj at Medicine at last fall, when -Mayor M. A. Ilrown that city read a paper on the TICCRB- y of the government takltis some tlon to encourage industry and anufacturlng Just as agriculture nai en fostered and developed by the ovinclftl governments all over the eat. Saskatchewan as a tribute- for soldiers from nortbern who fell in the great vrar. AT THE COLONIAL. For tbe last times lor.ight Ing liam 3- Hsrt "will be seen in his latwt, j DKLHI, India, Jan. London, inadlin Prens dispatch from Router'a mi Indian government oncluded aii. arrangement diverting rtatn Australian wheat ablpmenta to dla, mainly for mllliary use and for omfaay and Calcutta flour mills, ThV arrangement will free India's for districts where scarcity pre- Thtrc is allll no sign of the Tvluter int. MAJESTIC TONIGHT LAST PERFORMANCE San Carlo Grand Opera Company "11 Trdvatore" Gel Your Seals NOW Prices 51.00, S2.00, 52.50 Boxes COLO! TONIGHT t Culonial Afiii Mark. Illls lh.3 WM. 3. o BRITISH SHIPPING LOXCOX. Jan. (British .wire- ess During the quarter In his latest, greatest and most thrilling play. "The Dis.ciple" This Is Hart at His Also a Screaming 2-Heel Comedy "BAWLED OUT" Featuring Alice Howell USUAL PRICES. MADGE A i GoldujnPicturt AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT. We Show PrccTscty What We Adver We are Advertising for Tonight f iniS, thero wero uesun" In Oreat ntatn 424 ships, having n tonnage t compared with ships a tonnage ot during the quarter In 3917, Jo t __ _ uthorltative figures. Ships now act-'IN HIS LATEST PICTURE filly under construction in the United ngrlom have a total lounage of about 33.000 greater ihan during the qiiar- er ending in September and about greater than one year ago. The arge majority of theac vessels are ue- wcen "anil ton capacity. Shijis constructed for oilier llian mercantile purposes as well as ferro- oncrctc ycssels and those of less linn 100 toils arc not counted tn the otals. In allied and neutral countries thero when last available figures vrero ompiled, merchant vessels hav- :ig ;i gross tonnage-of Of ,hcse. were huililing In countries >llicr than Great Ilriliiin. Figures are: Jnitod States Canada Japan Holland Donmark S'orwny Prance Ships. S95 116 in; 11.1 56 70 33 51 71 12 Tons. 278.HO 2J2.512 K3.010 77.597 72.H3 Ififm. 0. HURT HIS LATEST P1CTUF "Selfish Yates" ALSO "SHERIFF NELL'S TUSSLE" A two-reel scream of Ssnnelt screen- craft, featuring cross-eyed BEN TURP1N and POL.LY MORAN' MONDAY AND TUESDAY- IRENE CASTLE IN "THt FIRST LAW" "HANDS UP" MAJESTIC, 3 DAYS Starting JAN. 20 -Matinee Daily at 2.30. Nights at 8.30 JULE AND JAY J. ALLEN PRESENT "THE WONDER SHOW OF ALL The grand total includes 14 ferro- concrete- ships, having a tonnage of STEPPED ON "LIVE" MINE Ship's Pilot Hoc Remarkable Escape From Death retuurfcable escApo from being blown lo pieces hy a mine IB told Uy a Channel pilot, who landed al Uoat The pilot was off Uimgonoss, wail- Ing to (llsombark from Ma ahip. 1L wtis dark, but there wea Juxl light enough lo tho IHtlc boat thai >vaa wailing "When I was going down the rope said the pilot, "I saw a dark object Juist below me, I looU to he tho boat. When T touched it the object seemed solid enough, but I wfts anrprisedt to hear Ihc men In the boat shout. 'Here we are, sir.' "When I got safely into the host we found tliat the dark object 1 had put my foot njion was a 'livo' mine, which had drifted hetvrecn (ho boat and thu ship! "Had my boot nnd Rislcen-alone weight got on to one of the horns of the mlnn it would hare heen nil up wltri mo and thfi boat, nnd probably tlie os well" Eva? -nffi toon OF AND uumtoAGsaa jxtona The; Mdster. Producer's, Master Production, EMPRESS Tonight Last Time Abo Charlei ChapHn "Capturing the Kaistr" HERE MONDAY THEDA BARA IN "UNDER THE YOKE" I THE SWEETEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD (THE GREATEST SPECTACLE EVER CONCEIVED Created on the Battlefields of France 75c- 50c 75c-50c SEATS NOW SELLING ;