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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 33.1W9 LflfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGEFIVS siiii oisswra it (hey can Iho 0. P. It. feols safe n practically abindouhig them. How- ever, Mr. (Jnilkphfioha Bald the people the lletlaw line [really nnpnc- alo lao efforts being tnado uy Iho Lelbbrldge Bat.il at Trade to belter tbe service. ere >IUI i wr by Ihe 0 T. Coatls: roremmt Uir but re jiort kj Hirrr o( railway comnltlM at al Ike regulmr {litre Iiti't much e Jan Adoption the Neir York assembly ol the Thompjon-SlcNab resolution to ratL'y the federal prohibition amendment virtually ascured today Ibe Republican majority. alter a caucus lug more than an hour and a half 74 to 5. U) make lie resolution i parly mfas'ure. Subsegufntlv, the caucus aclJon made unanimous. t.atriaatlve voles arc ust- 11BKUX, Jin. !3 (ASJCC Oermia national itch trill convene it Welnar n February 6 Is eipecled to he in two months. first before (he assembly will be he selection of a provisional govern- nent fcecau-e iuo present fcovern- mtnt considers Its existence at in end with the constitution of a consllluent Tbe Ihen vrlll take uj lie adoption of the constitution. The as such will not present any proposal, and Ibe draft drawn up by the ministry of tho Interior Trill he .ubmtlted merely as a preliminary uf ceslloa lo Jnrrn Ijje btfls of discus- sion. Tne peace question probably will not be considered. It li not -ei- uectH.! lhal the Germans will be -an- mltled lo the peace conference before lie adjournment of the assembly. The mnlter of lodging the 3000 per- sons who are eipeclert lo attend the convention Is a serious one because Weimar Is a small clly with limited accommodations. The. muctcipal au- thorities there are' considering the question of billeting the delegates and Journalists with private families, if and in adjacent cities. Telegraph, and postal cooi- munlcallon to enlarged and train service also will be Increased. Work In thla direction already U under way. The constituent assemblies of tbe various German stale presumably not cc-nveno unUl after (he national I'semhly has coinplotert Its wort lion. A. J. llcljttn hia assured Ine LelhbrMJie Board at Trade la letter will uee bli Influence to hive a land la Uthbrldff. A lelter to that iru ru4 tke decline toSar. PrtmJev: doein'l go to far. !Ie aera iraen the neid for tuch an office la the eflulh trlsei he nill giro Lelhbrldie efrloui coniitentloQ AJ for a nwiiiel ichool IQ Leth- brUa-f. Premier' Stewart sajri tho for In Albtrla U (treat and the matter -Fill have to be eejftry for Adoption. The theory lhal pelted child, who later fcecoraea the doll of a alrug- glliii Imryer, cannot aspire to higher of thought aoa acttoa dlsptlled In "A Doll's HQUK." the lattst Arlcraft photoplay. t'lsle which will be at SiirUnd Saturday, lu this tuperb KcrgUBOQ portraj-j a Tola of subtlety ivJth artistry. Tha uevelop- mout uf a character Bucb. Xtira Ket- rnar in this strong photoplay ]G one practically new lo the silent drama, but Miss Ferguwa 13 splendidly sup- ported by a competent etaff of play- ers, all ol whom hale appeared lu Uie highest advantage In motion pic- tures under the Paramount aod Art- craft tlandards. The board will follow up tbesa two matlerj rerr cloiely In Ihi hope lhat the coulmctJoa of land tltlea office and i normal school here may become part of Ihe rtconfliaellon program. GOVUflAPPEAL Become a Nurse oun GRADUATES'EARN TO t2S.OO A WEEK If you cinaot spend three yean la boapttal or are paat hos-. pHil ace limit, name add 'on postcard-lo'r' .year book explaining the C. S. N. Home-Pnctlct AfetlKxl of stadr- Ing trained nnrtlnc. Slale ale. duataoqu School of Nanmf N. Y. 'w WIUTM All CUNARD ANCHOR Aricttor Donaldson Feb. 8 PROPOSED SAILINGS Frsfri Vork-r .PRIMES Uverpul i. .SAXOMIA-. Liverpool ..CARMANIA.. ...PANNOftlA... ROYAL.GEORGE Liverpool ...ORCJUNA. St. .CA39ANDRA.. Olaaaow Fib. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. II Feb. A F.b. 21 Fib! 14 a Livtiyool I.' -.1 Purchaie prepaid tlckcta rrUllTW ind. friend! to ensure jrouipt aalUag. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For tll'lnlormillon .vpply Lo f oittr Afenls, or to Company's KK, !W MAIN '.WINNIFEO. HARRIS ANOROMITiR ftttnt The population ot Ihe province of Liberia Is" now estimated al 'hose are the estimated figures cf the Litlsticali denajlmcnl of Ihe Domln- on'ot Canada, and are'very similar o the estimated iippulatlon of the r'easury department of the province, -The Dominion subsidy li based apon tho population of the province. These figures aro based on the (idle- qnennlal; oensus, the of which vas .'taken In -EallmatcK are Tiiade for the.. Intervening years. Tbe populal'on "f Alberti in Ihe-la'it -ensSB -Tras 486.5J5. As the subsidy n 50 cents per bead, be province will receive frohi the Do- minion more, than fast CONTROL AIR TRAFFIC .OF "THE WORLD PARIS, Jan. .Interal- lied air cernmluion will meet -In Parli ttiortly to aertle the prob- IcmtVccnnecled with the aerial (traffif world. Technical experta.of the powefa now are engaged on planf to be aubmlrted to the cpmtniaalon. AT THE EMPRESS. Germany ai i-jayil power ceased lo eiitt on Xovewber SI. The heart of her Blibly battleships.! 7 light cruisers antl 50 turrendefed to an armada ot lirilisV tesieli. Ihe srealest fighttag lorcc' that ever stood out to sea. The ad- miralty had it detailed program of laid down by Hie coin-! minder of Brilltli flccl, wbiclij was carried out striclly according to' plan. T-ne German wareblps, strung out in a sluglo column almosl miles long, appeared at tho rendezvous at tha apijo'laied time and were led iuto Ihe Fir'.h of Forth between Iwln col- umns of allied vhlch, over- lapped the Germans at cacli end. It la uto to My lhat no greater spectacle.than'this has ever been j (t Is certain that ereryj one la Lelbbrlng-! -will'wanMo take! advantage ot tbe opportunity of see- j Ing this picture. As staled above, It I fo bo fhovrn ml the Empress to- morrow. Carter's IltUc Ilvcr Pffls You Cannot be A Remedy That Constipated aad Happy ARTER'S IRON PILLS VICTORIA, Jan. In vtew o[ tbe adverse decision handed dotvn by Chief JusjUco Hunter after- HIJOTI. declaring the royai couimJssloD appointed by ihe provincial govern- ment (o inquire into Illegal Iranaac- ttons In Hqnor U> be ultra vires, Jlon- Deb Karris, attorney-general, Jlated lhal he had In- alTUcled counsel to Inatiluio ap- peal proceedings forlhwitli. Mr. Karris also said trial Ihe arising from the ceedirica of .the commission so Far It wcnl auffideBl Infannadfln Iitd been adduced to enable the police coiiTl itTOceedinie to bo taken, mid In connecUon with Ihe theft charge miseed flgnlrst the forrncr proliJbhion ro mm IBS loner, the itlorner-eeoftra.! is iifll sitlslled wUij Uie rpsull nnd vill cause new fBforniation to be laid aod a neT hearlOK to be secured. Raymond' iUJstration farm will be in full operation this year, says Hon. Duncan Manhall, mlnlrter of a letter to the Lethbrldge Board of Trade. for tha agricultural high school to accompany the farm. It will fol- low at icon Thif'in- formation WBB given out at to- day's 'meeting of the board. ffiFIGHT OPENS OH E AT STARLAND. Someone lias called J. Stuart Blacfclon's groat picture of war times, (tie slory of a woman's hear.'. H lells what brides have, to enuuro, in frar limw, and U Is 'ree [fora tne greKaomc, It preEeDU a simple liiUe story ol lite that Is bound lo Tie loved by women the eouDlry over. will uc ehown'at Starland toalclil. auJ an m- irebtlng prcsenlalloa Is assured. Jan- Premier of Zealand, In- terviewed, said Ibat, Premier Uoyd George quite tranlfly told him-that the allocation of only one delegate to NTew Zealand ihe Britlati gor- ernmenl's but IT as tne -worVoI tho peace c6ngfeE3 aa a .whole. Jlr. MasEey said that lie Cullv re'cofnlzcd [hat Iha BrlUili gOTemment sympalh Izefl with hb-------------' 2.500 flele- galea the School, Trustees' ol tlic province proceed- ed mo nil HE -nilh cobs Id era lion ol resDlullous beCore it One resolution requcEting the goverbiaent tp'proTlde lhal addreBses before public'Ka'tlierlnss of any kind in Ihe prorjiice shonJd be giren In Uic; EnBlish lEESUBge only. tDonijh permitting discuESion. ot the addrwses in-oUier Washing- D.C., spoke to'the dGlegmies, dis- pro'blema of rnral school edu- emphasized the fact that jSO.per cenL ot, Saskatchewan's wea _ Irom lh.e soil, and poinletl ouL i' ihe educjtloaal sjsleui should be nicde suitable to Ibat outstanding hrlngiog tho matter before th'e Imper- ial Var cabinet at ihe first opportun- ity. Referring lo tho contention ol Ihe allied nations that Great Brllala v-as already -Mr. Massey said If the other Dominions demanded sep- arated representation on the league ot nations, he should lodge a clatm (or New Zealand. PAUIS, Jan. i-cpreaenULlTes Russian governmenls Jitne In Paris met loday vllli Scrglui 8ftimoffr the; former Russian minis- ter of foreign affairs and noir forelcd mtobrter of the Omsk government, to "Uio the supreme cottncH here to send a coniiimaita to ttieet reB of ihe various el emeu U. The'IldsaiairfcpresGntatlTes decid- ed to urge llielr friends In Rnsfla to support tho movcmcnl for'Uie- pro- J. STUART BLACKTON PREaENTS "Missing" A Story of the Great War. By Humphrey Ward FATTY ARBUCKLE IN. "GOOD NlGrTT NURSE" AND SAT.. s mm AND SATURDAY ELSIE FERGUSON "IN "A DOLL'S HOUSE EMPRESS Toniglit Lut Tune Charlie Chaplin in "Triple Trouble" Also Mabel Nonnand in "A Perfect 36" IDog'sLife Important ren's Matinee Saturday t Aflernoon 5o All cliildreii under 10 rears accompanied by pareols or guardians will ho admit- ted FREE on Fridnj night and SalurJaj- matinee. the cDildrco. Tomorrow and Sat BIG'EXTRA Surrender of MABEL L r the German A Fleet' These are the British War Oifice official GOT- ernmeiit from Vie decJrs of Ihe batllosh.na obserration "cloaenps" "'ot all the Important ot' the m'baL (he world Tomorrow, Friday t At Veterans'Club Hoot Mon, Jan. 1313 Cfime aw ladi Md frae Bonnlt Hio-a futd Scotch tor Aali Lu of. the For many rears Polo aa awlal trilst with manfTX and hit early tntotac coruUot atacc tie noylmt picture heM kM aim In the rink of Jjin of (w ihoVn In-aWlllom W tie refmlur pro- V THE GREATEST FILM SHOW ON EARTH 'i THE UNIVERSAL SERIAL EXTRAORDINARY "THE LURE CIRGUS" FEATURING DAR1NO, DASHING, RECKLESS EDDIE POLO TVorH rtnowned Circus lerialist and daring performer, sup-1 .ported by a huce circus cast also featuring tetntlfnl Eileen' SeJgf.wlck, CharTes Malm and cjeat caM of circus plaTers. p glittering procession ot circus l9 E< EJ llkr you've seen them In Iho RrtalcU circuses on earlb. See Ihe fight between Business Greed and lion- L C 17 17 daring circus thrilling deilh defying O Cf Ct stunts performed by real circus.acrobats, and cfrcas Sla'rs you'vb read aiid. 0 IT1 array of circus paraphernalia, a9EiE< clowns, riders, performers 'from cTery of circus life. Tt's the ireatcsfflhn show on earth. 43 C1 J7 nllick ot carefuiry i3 laid clots of big tualnesa lo crush Iho weak. Ke: A; tlio ITJCUCS, escapes, thrilling beyond oonipart. See it all at the COLONIAL POtO USUAL PUCES-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NWHTS, ALSO USUAL BIG FEATURE PROGRAM AND OfcCHESTRA. ;