Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, J919 THE.LRTIIIMmGE fUU.Y HERALO PAGE FIVE EDMONTON, Jan. the Unltea of Alberta -this morning adapted a new hall Insuranco acheme tor the organized districts ot tbe prov- ince yblch was submitted by K. A. coalman of Uje provincial bail' Insurance toara. Tnls la what is known Ihe farmers' own scheme, eliminates -all th ctionable senled, cNuwei to prin- ciple oalj-, and little oujec- lion had been' found. Tbe board had covered a wide range at torrttorjr and 4nd taken advice (TOW' mui7 quar- Polling on February 27 Since the legislature bad demand ed a. role a date for polling WA set In H6 districts lor February It ellnllnlleS all 1" iTW i-lausos ot act as if lias operated approvod In 45 or more o! the dts- tof !ht last lira years. trlcts tbe id will become operative The districts Included are. all those and the minor dlllrfals Informed of eoulh of the Xbrtli-- Saskatche river and it includes Mho Wofk ot lead iiortli of tlio river to tcivnshtn 60 and as far cast-as the line those approving the plan. Clect Directors On Mirch 3 ot uiuni iWcen range 21 and aVc degrees westjl clpa. affairs will tall a meeting in of Ihe UKRAINIANS OF CANADA WANT REPRESENTATION a'i OTTAWA. Jan. Ukrainians of Canada wist to Bead represonta- .ires U) act in an capacity to the Ukralnlau peace deli-gam In D. Kerley. M.P.I', for Ihe Ciinll district of Manitoba, and J. Weat of the UXralnljn Kduca- .ional InEtitutlon oi Saskatchewan. Are in Ottawa today to see represen- tatives of the government In connection vrltb this matter. PARIS, Jan. K. Maeiey. premier of New Zealand, and Sir J. G. Ward, minister of finance of N'ew Zealand, in Paris today and disappointment at the AMSTERDAM. i2.--Af though the ottatnecl an absolute majority in Berlin and the subtil bs Suadaj. to a lin dlspitcb to tbe they can not consider the reeuks ts satis asTthc bourguoLte party found more ib'an had been eiptcted, The Atreiger of Berlin eatl- irvatOB that tbe bourgeoise parties up till Tuesday afternoon liad as mauy seats the Socialist par- ties combined. PoUdam Returns COPENHAGEN', Jan, returned lo the uational assembly ftve PAIliS, Jan. announce-j tenl was nsule ib Iho official state-1 of the supremo council mot this morning at U o'clock al mlahtry for foreign affairs. Tho pres BOARD CONCILIATION OTTAWA, Jan, minister I of labor has appointed H. Colby Smi'.ls, of Si. John West, chairman board of cuuciUation which will iuvcs- tigate the dispute belrceeu the city or St. John, X. II, and iU policemeu. Tho appointment of Mr. Smith was hour before his leavetabiug pass, watch the clock, anil even turn it bact to steal a few ptfcwous moments. Tha picture was rnadv from Mitj. rev Ward's famous novel and are iaM in Englaud. By siogioK a simple little lore song "Bonnie- Sweet Nell wins back the memory of her soldier recommended to the minister by the I baud, and so Ravea his lite. The sold- two other members of ilio board, i ier is wounded and all efforts to James Sugrue and Alien It. Wettmore. store memory hare failed until young wife cornea io the COMBAT BOLSHEVISM MELBOURNE, Jan. Australian federal to pre otefceTlBin in Aus- Ideal ol the States and the pre-j eminent U taWn; nxlera ajtfi ministers lor foreign 'at- a spread or fairs oMhe aHled ami associated pow- ers BS TVfll as the Japanese considered ihe Polish on i AT STAKLAND. which they consulted Foch.f Oue poignant m They decided (o sead at once to Po-' Sluart Blacxtoa'a latest production for law! a mission composed of two deio-j pDrani0unt wbich will be shaxa at gate, one clvU ntid the other mill-. Starland Wednesday and Thursday. lary, of tho United States, the Hrtt-j 8hows bow a younc soUicr has to Ish Empire. France and Italy. j lcayB N'ell, Ut brido of 3 wcev> for ''The ministers then resumed Ihe Troat- Ae tho moments or their last examination of the Russian situation, which was a favorite aong of the Jer and bU bride before' their rlage, restores ihe soldier's memory. Sylvia Dreamer playa the wife and Sober! Gordon sa the youujtf lieutenant. J. AT THE MAJESTIC. ot (he World" -will IMS eetu ton'of tho supremo council to give the Majority-Socialists, one I ..depend on L- and Presidenl country only one delegate at tbe p.oacp Tho Xew Xcataud minis- ters'represent different parlies in New Zealand and botfa wtah to be Ireaeot at the conference. They saiil would' endeavor to have the tic two Democrats, one Gerruau National parly and ont tier-man Peo- ple's ot the fourth nierldtan.Mjrlefly, here 'directors win beiple'cted. ,These direc- ia thq jilun: The hill presented to the tors will ue railed the hail insurance legislature last year found oh- members thai body. Those Hviug generally to the north of districts, -when tislon changed BO that both could al-. Edinbnton objected to tho act there. Other came apply without Ihe liilupayers ol the various dlstrjcls vot- ing upon it. suggeslloBs agreed upon, and Iho new plan prc- and will hftfo Riithority to row money, inalio" bylaws and canr on iho' "business as they aeo fit. In Ihe whole hail insurance district save where a fanner definitely with- draw'S.hts land, all crops of grain be automatically insured. In atldiUon any person outside the dtF.trict and in another that is not organized may apply .for insurance. Harly in the spring blanks will be sent Out to every farmer ashing for reports on his diCtcrMiL kinds of crops, whether1 i wishes lo withdraw and whether he wishes a or insurance, Mr. Malcolm iielfcvcd tbc plan was very tlexibte for by U a fanner may Insure ils wheal at his ?6, and leave' hia barley unprotected, or -ho may nyaKe'any other combination. Un- der the old plan ho. had insure everything whctller he wished to or not, whereas now he-pays only the acreage actually Insured. Adjustment of Losses Adjustment of losses will be about'the same principle hy other company, bosses must be re polled within tlirce. days, and tha award most thlrt> dfcyB. It Ihe adjusfor and "the insure! :end. (lie peace conferences. MONTREAL, Jan. liian cases were .dealt with at tlie .juvenile court In, showing" an iii- crease of 17 per cent, over the total of 1917, which; in turii, exceeded ihe 191G total by-45 per cent, Tlits alarm- CALGARY, Jan. hundred] ing condition is described in (he 7th and eighiv-three delegates from the i annual report issued today. Vhrce western provincc-s are today ffi convention at the annual gather- ing "of. the Western Ketnll -Lumber- men's Association, which oiiened its' sessions today ami will continue until lleforr- rcport ing lo girl delionuents, the says: "A large number, ihcac had been leading immorui.Hves cither by a few brief remarks Lieut.-Gov. ilrett who evpressed Friday night. The convention wai 7 bis pleasure at the meetin.tr being held_ tu the moal progressive city In beita and tho hearty wish that jnuch goodXvouId lie accom pits bed by their deliberations. The secretary's report showed (he organization in a very healthy condition anrt thn secretary pointed out that were expected for the coming year in the plan department which last year dis- tributed over 597 plans frce'lo the farmers. The membership of the or- l a propcaal which will be diseased this joon. Tbo meeting will take place as inmates or frequenters of disorder 's j ly houses, but I can not recaU a single 1 instance where a hdrtisrjkceuer- has LR been punished for permitting the de- t ,t_ lafratTB. me intiuiuersiiip ui IHW u -j t- now numbers over regaYd tq; premiums the'6 few provides' to be IcVled the ported, fai.mers. the Jqss'es are found the tfmount is added tqfthe administration exyenses and prqh'siori ts-ma'do fpr'lerying for surplus not-to ho'.le'sa tlnn Look at fonguel Then Give Fruit Laxative for Stomach, .Liver, .Bowels.v SyrUp" Children-aSd' They L'oye Yqiir 'child naturaHj. this is a sure sis? the HuU intl cteaiismg at-once. --1 When pale, feverish, full of had, .throat'sore, eat, Bleep'or act tiaturajly, has'stom- ach-ache, djarrhoea, remember, a and -bowel cleansing should always "be tretxtm t f Nolhinfr equals "California Syrup ol Figs" give a tes- a few hours all Ihe lorn wa'ste, sour bile and fermenting 'la. clogged in-the bowels passc.s oiit of tbe syslem'and you liavt n well .and playful child BgsJri. Al elitldrfln _lore this harmless, delicious effect a reclions for bahiea, Children of all ages' grown-ups 'are plainly -on the handy in your borne. A little given today sava'a a sick row, get tho genuine. Ask your druggist 'for'a- boltte' of "C'aHfornl.i Syrup of see that It ,is made by "California', fig Syrup -'-fc lilenieat of, the age of IS years. Although 1 attention to this fact, repeatedly in .my previous appears lo be little nh- prbvement in the situation..1" The-report is iasued by theclerk of the'courl, Mr. A. J. DnTis. EXTENb'MEAT; WKI.LIXGT'O.V, x.z... im. p.-- meat and cneese conlract the imperial govern- ment has 'been definitely extended till January NEWS NOTES. Jobn Bchuraan. an if d resident Paris. Ont.. Is dead." Capt. Holiert Pearson. M.I..A., has returned from Ule front.! Manitooa's palriotic fund tai likely lie reduced to one mill. Ja5. t'larke. an old resident of Wood- stock, is dead. The C.N.H. niay builil a new sta- tion at Hamilton. Sergt. Chase, of Calgary, has been acquilteil by a courtmarllal on charg- es of forgery. destroyed the large conlinualioii school built fonr ago at South .Mountain, Ont, The resignation of Hev. Thos. A. Mitchell of old St. Andrew's church, Toronto, was accepted. Calgary retail mercuanls want a 50- hour week ivWi time and a half to clerks for overtime. SPECIAL-ATTRACTION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. J. STUART BLACKTON MASTER OF SCREENCRAFT PRESENTS MRS. HUMPHREY WARD'S "Missing" lL OF THSJ WAR NO ADVANCE I'M PRICES A OF GRfAT WAR Jan; 'of- Coiiticuins this week the Adminis-. trator's Sale lot the He'nnescy Wilson ___ INCREASEBABnStRENfiTH Everybody baby and evctyfeesdy-wanis .2 babiy' abun-. dantly robust. There are many young c-hildroi to wbom f manner of QlecMng the .executive com- by the corn-' mil tee from the board of directors. It, mfe on Hnd-er the rules> hire been-lhe feeling of the directors' tbat there sboulrt be more cpnt'lnulty to standing board and to this end.n resolution vras .htought forward prb- vfdinglbat IheUwo members.recelrrng Ihe largest majority should hold office -for, two years .and'after" considerable carried, this'resolntlon was a EMULSION fltcommtndt Daily UM of.Mafnesla to Overcomt.frouble, Cauted by Fer- meriting Food and, Acid HALIFAX, X. S.', Jan.. the civilian passengers arriving on the clause that .east ami west should he Braprt.S5 of nrilain were Capt. O. combined and represented Ol maalev in portiaiu.tf taterrals ilurinf each day, wouH be hnportut Factor in overcoming aaid then ivell on the to new. Kfiy JAftt AjittV it pvrtf, ridk novr'utimfmlf'tliii. kmj'tlnt telUi artfrlft tnJ. fmMtL Jtfk nrtoo am Scoll k aoirat, Teiuali.'oM.' I fa ector. and Wnpr.lon West of_ ,he torpedoed on treated the same, making a i April 2S 1917 anA j board'oflen. Delegales.hvljis In actson KdRa r Ii3ufl eUl far. norlliern of voiced andTharrea'SaSon, all oi Forlunc Newroundlaml, and .11 members ImppjslWlIly for one director to j lerrltory and Introduced ttiat Ajrer.lor [or both east nnd' wefit It was pointed out thai wilt mllet or Tail-way ipA over a doaen locals rforth.pt Athabasca HiTCT one man cpuM not hope to coyer all the ground.- The amendment'wns carried.' Another dimctiliy In (he.-constilu- '.nmend- linn wf's gotjen i'.ovef by raent permttting'lhe" CTecutlf a meeting witnout notice, Ha action lo be ratified at Ihe neit regular mcet- 1 torpedoed and fa Die. tbe North. Atlantic on June 2S, 191S. All llicto nien vrere-taken on board Ger- man submarines when tlieir, craft were sunk sniT after harrowiug ex- periences at sea. served as prisoners. In. various Germatj prison camps. The Empress also brought the crows of the schooners Wilfrid "Mar- ..-lt shin wrecked on Dec. and Cox. whicli foundered in.'mill- ocean- on Bee. 2. Uas Arid wind in the stomach panlcd by thals bloated feollnp., afler eating arc- almost .certain ence of the- presence ol excessive hy- drochloric atld In.the atbinach, creat- ing BO-calicd "add Indlgestfon Acid slomacha are dangerous 'he- cause too hiiich acid Irritates the doll rjilo lining that prp cautions for Iho ihapectlpn and ,nuar- anlfnc of. suc'j en' route to Ihe t'nlted States Brltleh tald to liavo the'outbrtBk tinder sheep from countrj Is taking spechl ottimiing this tteeh Iho Admit Iraiors Sale" of Hehdefc} Wllion slock Advertisement up hy tho Xorwe- Diapepun fnvtantly Rehevei .1 Sour, flasty or Acid Stomach. Wlien meals hit back and vour slom achls sour, feel full and -bloated. When >ou have he ays lumps 'of pain or h'ea'daehe trom.indi EMPRESS Chaplin New Comedy Triple jrouble' Tu Brand New Comedy Afoodforcntrget "SQUIRREL" BRAND Peanut Begin early id feed the thildrBi "Squirrel" Brand. v [t.ktefn them the craving. A Builds bone, muscle j and brain. Keep a can of "Brand MAJESTIC Last Time Tonight, 8.30 THE M'IGHTY SPECTACLE HEARTS OF THE WORLD CUT THIS OUT! TftIS COUPON WILL BE OOOD FOR ONE FREE ADMISSION ONE A.DULT'OF ONE OPENING EPISODC OF "THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS" "Tho Gieatast Film Show on Eartli" at tie COLONIAL'THEATRE EVENING THIS WEEK Chiriie'Chaplin in AIM THEDA BARA in "UNDER THE YOKE" lo patrons -who visited lhe: Ipmpress Will have a'n'opcprlunlty to seo Chaplin m Triple Trouble" Thursda} niEtit alcuB with JIable' Normaiid In "A Perfect .36." A big show. You .will not be come and view tho same show twlco In order to sea I SEE only. Circus serial ot the sesson t big show wilh big Stars that bave'.j held, you spelibouMl tyoii we're a child. See grapple ot. greedy' Bis Business aid honest men. ;See it all1 every' we.ek in tbc UNIVBRSAIj MAStBR SERIAL lAire of Just as soon ns youjjaat a tablet or tivq of Tape's Dlapans'in all tho dyspep' fila, Indigestion and-stomach ends. These pleasanf, harmless fahlets of Pttpe's Ulapepsin nfeTer'falllo make upset slomachs feel tlMift'oncf'. and they'cost very.little a.f arue Advertlsement. 4" Gel a season ticket for the- Lyceum attractions including Irvln S Cohb Vonfatillo 1 and olhefB' 1'rke AT THE EMPRESS TONIOHT. COLONIAL TONIGHT heart cried out in love for the man she was svorn to kill. DON'T WI8S The Velvet -Hand Iho Emotional Actress FRTTZI BRUNETTE You'll go wild over this' vibrant melo- drama'of primitive will tear at your heart ALSO SHOWING MORAN COMEDY. LATMT WEEKLY GAZETTE COLOfil.M. OnCHESTRA Starting Friday TheUrcvldieCirau" TUB GREATEST FILM BAHTH Featuring the Celebratid EDDIE POLO brill iint Clrcui Sttr and rackleu aerWhlt supported by a huge e'wt of jenulrte Cl.rcui perform- er> including fllrti' Biautlful ElMn Scdgewlck, Chirlet many acts .ywiVe sensanonai tjiem in the iood M f Ballcy, Forepnugh'A Stilt, Rinjling Bros, a er great Clrcucef. ,t. Ynt.1I tWyina eVptolti.kjr 1 OU U .lures that will thrill, you to Iwlr -lo'hold 'you ipt4tbdiiM evend to delight you and eJlIMrun avtry week at Starting FRIDAY at COLONIAL AtVeteransrClub Hoot Ion, Jan. Como aw ye and lanldi Scotland. Hie a fM Scotch dance tor Auld Syne. Hictit Wae Burns Wurf from 8.00 P.DL til Daocioc S.30 til 2.H STREET CAR IN ATTENDANCE QUID MUSIC AND A FEED f Thoie holding t'icktH far the cinctllid ianct on Oct. it. Hit, may utt thtm.