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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBniDGE DAltA' tlKHALLi PAGE FIYK WILL DEPORT .UNDESIRABLE ENEMIES -an. Domln- Ion govtrnmeiit deelifcd all tnemy Interned prUontrt who jrwy be dinjerous or uiidetlrabjc be ripltfiated With the pottlb'tc delay. -Tfta mlnliter of finance has, there- 'fore, been authorized under the authority of the War Meaiuret 'Ail to direct the expulsion, re- 'nioval or desortatlon from Can- a'ria of all undesirable Interned It has been ascertained '-'tHrough the colonial office re- patriation Is now possible of a -number hot 100 adult A report from the director of internment operations shows that there are various camps throujhout Canada 2222 of whom 1700 are Germans and the remaining, 522, Auttrlan anu ether nationalities. Practically all of them belong' to, the labaririg classes. Ol the 1700 Germans, EOO transferred and.are held at the request of the British gov- ernment. Inquiries will at once be of the British government as to what disposition Is to be made of the 800 men who were trans- ferred from the West Indies. The property of' Interned prisoners remain subiect. to the' regu- Utiohc and powers conferred as heretofore. Restitution or ulti- mate disposal of such property will depend upon the stipulations of the treaty of peace. In', catec; of the money of prisoners'.there may be paid to each of such pris- oners upon deportation a sum not exceeding as a provision for travelling expenses. PARIS, Jan. question ef territorial, re-adjustments in connection .viith of the German taken up at the afternoon session of the peace conference. Colonial prem- len explained the Interests of their respective Dominions in thett problems. It decided that the; plenary sitting of "the peace conference should be at 3 day afternoon. The supreme council agreed that Foreign Minister Pichon'of France should prepare" for the jproval of the powers a draft of) Instructions for the mission which Will he PASS FOOD BILL 24.--By' a vote of 53'to 10, the senate late house appropri- ation bill to .000 for food relief in Europe and the mdsor Table Salt THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED old. Chief and the party might not haviv (alien on evil ilays.'Tbe Mercury cer- tainly had no Iflea'.when i'- supported Union tlmi tvcrything lhat that Govenmont did U. Its experience as a ol Sir Wilfrid Ind prepared ii for disappoint- iits, Sir made u strap of yapor of, Ms the prohiV itlonisls in 1894 'and 1BK and Tbe Mercury weal ou supporting him, be- cause It was nqtjhopetnl that servatives ivoulfl a CouEervaim- Gov- ernment pass in Ontario TJaion tho in the Dominion, saw Sir Wilfrid and make praulcul ot Ihe (ree tradv iibyfcs in the parly platform ,of anrl wcm ou supporting tb9W it not hopeful lhat the Conn nraim s would do any better; anil fown! a Gov- ernment, with a CoiiM-'JTaUvf at its What the Press Agents Say initiative yn4 character i makes thy most. Tuts is a lot'ii in the environment j which OQCO seen never bo fun EOlten. is admirably sup- ported in her ntAtst vehicle, many ol AT THE COLONIAL. 1 PERFORMER FIGHTS LION IN FRONT j OF A. MOVIE CAMERA) if u homo where biii" has been reared In u l.igbly imtiraciical manner, Tlie Kradual Jevc-loimient ol this child wife into a resourcvtul woman is J the therein being artists ol tin? tif an vxi-ee'lingly Interett- j a high order. This picture wlU be pre- ing paytliologii-al stuOy, of wbic'h Miss j Dented al tonight ami Ferguson's alunJaul ilramaUc talent rmorrow. Eddie Polo In "The Lure of The Cir- cus" Which at the Colonial TcnlgM. Subdues Huge Nubian In Order to Create Real ism for Smashing Stftal When Eildie Polo was apyfriirliiK In the various o( ''The f.iue u; the Circus." Ihe sensational serlnl OTTAWA. Jan. retirement of two members or the labor appeal board, 0. II.. Dusean and Gus Frapiot, both ot Montreal, created .vacancies which have now been filled by the ap- pointment ol 11. I. Thompson, o[ the J.. H. Booth .company, Ottawa, and James 'McCleHand, viee-presiJeut of the International Association of Mach- inlsts.'Monlreal. Mr. Thompson was selected by the Canadian Manufactur- ers' Association to replace 3Ir. Ilug- EBli, and Mr. McClelland was chosen by the allied .Trades and Lebar Con- gress to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of-.Mr. Francq. The latter is now In EngtariiTwith p. il; Draper, representing Canadian labor In the negotiations. Mr. .Duggan rc- poace n( tired tor private reasons. ftrtiy j received. -in -time lor Saturday's s peteiit U> pass upon the 'qncslibrr the (Krom Renfrew Menury.} .A couple of Veefcs the Mercury litiJ something lo say regarding; thu proposition of the Statesman, the or- gan of the haurierite jA'lns of the Liberal that tho rank fiJo ot the. Llberal-CuionisIs 11 a welcomed back to a reorgauized Lib- eral party, but that Ihe leaders why into tlie Union Government would have ID Uo ponawe. The Mcr- furjp's view was lliat such an attitude on tlie part or I3ie haurierites was Jol- tiic LfteraKUiiiOnUt rank and tile would mil reunite with the Lan- rierites on any such basis. The Toron- to Globe copied a portion of the Mer- cury's editorial with the. hearting: "A Liberal-Unionist The Simcoe :r, copying Ibe same portion of our remarks, put lo it the caption "A widely-held Liberal-Unionist View." Tho Statesman itselt did fiol find it convenient to let its readers hnow'any- j thing of what Ihc Mercury did say hi its own words, but has this comment: "The Renfrew Mercury, Liberal- journal, is perturbed over the attitude ot the Liberal party toward former leaders who Joined tho Uorden 'Government. It lakes exception lo the Kiancl taken by the Statesman aud otUer Liberal journals with regard to the; return of these men io (lie Liberal fold. Cair 6ur contemporary discovsr any Justitication of Union CJoycrn- ment? From all siiles one hears noth- ing hut condemnation of the Union .Government. The editorial of lion. Walter Scott, the letter of Hon. W. S. Fielding, and the.editorial of such Unionist papers as the Toronto GJohc j and the Toronto Star, daily afford'evi- dence of the failure to justify the se- cession, last year, of Ihe Liberals who went over- to .the Uorden camp: Docs the nenlrW -Mercury hold Sir Wilfrid Ijaurier responsible tor the hopeless- Incompetence of the Union Govern-. does not need to wony too mmh over Itie sins o! the other parly. U were better to labor to oiiu's? uwn dour- step clean. No For Haste, So Jong as the I'RUM Cuvcrnuicnt on looking aftei nuonsiruction Hers ihiefly, and dot's uot t-xt-eed j Ihe term for wnleh it was fleeted, and iJoes iiot become'Simply a bulwark of high nroteclionfsm, Mercury no reason for iu to party lines; though tiuity content to sec the Government Voiii hewing to the I lino by reasonable The Mercury, not belonging to To- ronto, is not particularly concerned with The Statesman's rointriiniculs to little liut ii' lias the impression Him if Hir Wlh'rid had lakenlhe good ami friendly aJvice of faiany prominent Lib'.-rals of Toronto in.tbe autumn oi 1917, Ms party would not norv" be a wreck ;md he himself H doubtful quantity as the Ic-ador of a re- uuited party, lie cither "V.uew ii all" himself anil would, not he advised; or preferred the advice of :i group of iron- clad parlizans oNhe Staiosman lype to the equally friendly and wiser rouu- "You're all wronx, mister." Kildie lolJ tbe director, "It hn'i itonu any more. If I went in there and uscaled, nine tenths of the picture fans wouHl cry 'fake..' I'm going iu agwinst that big fellow in the menagerie' and I'fii I going to Phow you a regular honest-' (u-gooctness battle." There was a battle, the like_'jr which nobody in pictures ever savr before, but in the end, Eddie, who comes from a family oi famous circus performers anil lion tamers, vns the victor. "Xow the he called, and when tbc cameraman heaved a sigli of relief, KddLe forced the giant Nubian to lie down. Eddie stretched out beside the animal and shouted: "Stan turning again aud you've got a picture the fans will howl their heads off about." "Tho Lure of the Circus" starts at the Cyloaial lonisht. s scl of men whose i bad not, teen beclouded lo greater by l ilWHty of a momcntjiry victory for AT THE EMPRESS. "SURRENDER OF THE GERMAN FLEET" The Surrender of (lie German Fleet" is without douliU one of the most important events history ever Known. This is at the Empress party. BOLSHEVIKI PLOT JOHANN'ESnURG, South Jan. 24. (Canadian Press via Ken- A plan by certain person? to fcstnhllsli a Bolsheviki uovemcul on has been uimiasfceii. film was government view, and officers could scarcely credit the evidence1 of their The German warships strung out -in a Africa, ibout 20 mites long Is ,not by works. comcmnorary Is wrong when it Charges the Statesman with n desire lo exclude any Liberal-Unionist from Liberal parly. We .reiterate- once more that Hie day has by when any little Toronto coterie cau run-tlie Liberal parly, or claim to alter'the leadership. We are living iri. demo era t- objection lias Ihe.R'eh- ffcw Jiercury to the deniocratizntlDii of the Liberal should it object to the Iileii of a National Liberal (tonventlon.rln vrhich all H .is it nolicy and ibadorsliip frill. Eic They veymg. powers. Tbo coun- cil is (Jisposed to accept these creden- tials, as sufficient In the1 eVent the Russians now here participate In the iing on the Princess sary to await tlie home.governments ot the lac- [Ions in IDENTICAL MEDAL PARIS, Jan. peace council recommended that the governments concerned approve the issue of. a'rt identical medal and ribbon to all the forces of the Allied and associated powers which had part in ths war. GREETINOS'FROM THE EMPRESS OF ASIA yiCTORiA.'.Jan. after' p'clocy this1 morning Premier .Oliver radio ing to'him 'through, him to' of greet- ings from he'r .CansTdlap sofdiens homeward bound.' The rnessags .went on.'to that -300: British. vttre interested in settlement arid would be glad welcome the-premier on baard t in order lhat he" might talk to on the the rendezvous at the ap- pointed time ami wore led intu trie Finh of Forth between Iwiu columns o[ allied ships, ivliicli overlapped Geruians at each end. photngrapters, from the decks of the battleships, from airplanes, and from observation Walloons, and all the details of this moat wonderful spectacle. it fs impossible to descrite (his wotulerfuj naval most the srinie as "a AT STARLAND. Tn the portrayal of subtlo roles, there arc few actresses in motion pic- tures Better "qualifieA fdr this Una of endeavor than Ferguson, the IWBiilar. Artcratt star, who vrlU .he scen-liercMti a splendid ptcturization of Henrlk nej-chologi- .cnl "A Doll's House." In this photoplay, Sliss Fergrfibn" appears as a beautirul doll wife, ahsblntely COLONIAL 1STODAY and SATURDAY AND A HUGE CAST in EDDIE POLO 'TtiB Lure of the Circus1 ..It's Opens Tediy triuraphaut toiverius aerial. The. greatest film show on earth. The serial for the supreme entermimnevit of millions. A story of the great white tops ami paw- Just LURE .OF THB CIRCUS" featuring dar- ing, fearless Eddie Polo, here- ules of the films, renowned aer'aHEt, performer, strong- inau, supported by a plckeil from the biggest shows ou earth. GO TODA.Y TAKE THE KIDDIES. They- 'll rave about it. it's for cvcryon? from 8 to SO. REMEMBER IT OPENS TODAY AT THE COLONIAL The Greatcit Serial Fltm on EartEi. Biff Special Children's Matinee Saturday ALSO' SHOWING TODAY Kitty Gordon IN "The Divbe A Magnificent 5-Acl NYorld Feature. Two Reel U-KO Comedy "BUSINESS BEFORE HONESTY" Iron Increases strength HIH! tn'dnnnce ot dclkate. nervous ruti- OTTAWA, Jan. railroad honVil today- tho application of tho Express Traffic Association of'Canada for'airtncwsasc in application.was instances. It has been ahfl such1 men as Fornter til SfalM SeratoV.inil lal Nominee, Charles A. Towne; U. S. Uomrafwioner ol linmisratlon ;--Hpn'. Anlhony Coinfnetll, also Unllcil States, ,ed this morning by the Council anrl the United'-Fi _ Unity a ..The.Incapacity of tho average parti- zBii to he fair is shown Uirougliput this paragraph.from.The Statesman. There was nothing whatever in the Jlercnry's' editorial to imply that it in the sltghj: est degree oujecicil'lo either the ue- mcrratlz'alion ot the Liberal jtarty or .lo the idea of a Nations! liberal .con- .Ventipn.i Imlcml The Mercuty wmihl woicanii) a Veal_ilcmocritizalion ot liflieral freedom from dohi- inalloii hy one man ami a small coterlo ot sycophants; hut is ready to adrtlli that Tho Mercury anil most olher'ijlb- erajs arc partly to blame for uiulemo-' Aatic that they, -loo long-withhold that criticism which Iho Liberal uarty power''.vrpnhl FORMER COMMANDER BOLSHEVIKI ARRESTED .COPENHAGEN, Jan. Eign Krylenko, former command- V.jr-of the iarmyt has been, arrested, aceord- ing to reports received, through '.'Finland. He was caught when he sttempttd to enter the anti-Bol- sheviki a'rmy under Gen. Kras- hoff for espionage SMPTHERED. TO DEATH WIKN'll'EO, Jan? cliilil- en were sniolhcreil to rtealh early Tliuraday Country Storft Xlght at tho NEXT TUESDAY in 1'rizes Given Away. pnlxrip. crt. by; U'Arcy hodlcs r as mtfihsr of rcrrcschtaUvc 'dafrjmcii rn'rilffcrenl' parts or the conntrj-. 'Scott jmt in n number of exhibits iigucuVIo that the Davttl. T.anrt- St. Elizateth.- Man., poureiKgaa- aline a hnrning lami> Instead of coal- V- have -Iieen jinjP wl ItihefS.' or _. ncglMfeilfXiiprirtlfte il 'ah autocracy to'grow iiiywllbih thejtarty- .tlint1 raakij3 Uiurferiio criUcisin-. orjler-in- Council a Jolie! Tlic Statesman wanla la Jlercuvy a'nywlierc in the Liberai-Unlpnisr SEARCH FOR BODIES' 'ABKRDEKN, wash., Jan. sur- viving memhRrs the cr'ew 'of thp auxiliary schooner Jane Carruthers, went into the breakers near) Bray's 'Haroor In liio terrific sale of Wednesday night, are liatroling the in search for bodies of six .ol .their conirades M'ho-wero lost tlie lifeboat in had hoped to reach shore .was tpin loose from the slitinaud swamped, It has Ask yonr, do.ctor or "rtrngEist'flliout H--Bfild In tliis cil'y hy J. b. Hlginlioth- am t Ailvcrt. increases .in ______ ouW amount-to ( lo of the Branch of W. V; "be hefcf on Vital hlpwWe Wffl Up any liialilication'.ol Uniriii Gaveriihient apii itiiii [rora all'sMca.rinelica'rs nothing butcdiidetrmaliiw ot th6 Union Bluntly, the Statesman iocs liot loll llio truth. N'o less sbun.l Hon.-W.-S. Pioliling, writing'so lately ns ot tlieXJrncm Sohi6.'excellent creel-, it.'.' trio Mercury bclicvcs'tljSt Ihb gEncral of rricn..jlatl Sllinii, Calder, ell, ijallaulyne. Car- veil nwl Snslean of n Liberal ns many no flonbt -would ordinary course lUbore.liml been no typo would have counteil them hcavert-born' Ing menibm or n Union Government dlil Hot divest thcra of lltctr nblltty. IhoiiKW I) clW.change irartlMn views abdut thfcra. That Ihe Olobo.Mid Star s'6rho o( ihe qovcrntnenl's. S' th .h avo 1 car ii- t'crJMspn anil arc' jft'er, ip. Vriticlzg.moroiireEly any (lov-. roay helr'.lo s more tt been impossible today -to reach Irie scene ot the either or by water. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW' ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT ELSIE FERGUSON IN r DOLL'S HOUSE" 'ALSO Fatty Arbuckie -I "Good Night Nurse" A scream, tliig fs.a program thai we Iiavrj no hesitation in rccom- .nictnlingjoour Do'n'i miss this opportunity to seo the Ercafest'. event In world's history. 'rihesc arc Hie British war official by government deck! Jh-j airplanCE-1- froni "c'Oiieups" of all tiio' .inipoTtanl ing all. the details or. the most .magnificent moment tie has over known, ALSO NEXT TUESDAY I'n.Prfags given KORMAND APERf-ECT 36 GeUuyn Pitturtt- MADGE KENNEDY1 A PEBFECTlAW r DC P MPREiS Q i. J TONIGHT AND SATURDAY Special Super-attraction-it's Here The most dramatic moineiit'ia (lie history of the For four long dreary hcarf-brcaklriE years our brothers, swcclilearts ami1 sons lave'given their- one tiling might be The victory indlrii! glory is TheLr hardships and sufferings they feel are Avell The SURRENDER of the GERMAN FLEET Oog's Life ALSO Mabel Normand IN Perfect 36' ALSO Ford Sterling in "The Hunt" No ailvant? In prices for" Ibis stupendous Don't forget that ;chlWreii under 10 years of age, accom-' panitKl. by parents are ad. ni'jlted.freo lo tonight's per- fcnAance nbd to Ijio Satnrdiy" afternoon matinee. Sutur'day r Aftfrrwsn............ ;