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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY THE LETlinniDGE DAILY IIEIULD PAGE FIVE When Resolution Dealing Wilh of Nations Will OB For Discussion GEN. SMUTS' PAPER CREATES IMPRESSION. 'PAWS, Jan. from John ron rtsentfllvca today's meeting ol plenary conference Till ho Sir Hobert Borden and Hou. J. C. Ctoherty. 'Hio important Item on tho coaler ence prosnvm (or the day IB a reso- lution dealing; with the league of llous, which Is a question lo which Mr. Hoherty has Eifen special' atten torn as a of the com jnlltec having the matter In charge. While there Is tome disposition t care lias been taken in the selection of a The girla are the prettiest ever lured into ihe iiiKsIcal comedy runkd und tlsey have latent as well as beauty to rely upon. There are ir.aiiy pronounced musical beautiful Rcener.v and uniQim and uttrat'tive Fullienooro, urd aud Frills." tells an aniuslng story and Richard Carlo to win an unusual number of laugha as tbe plot U gradually unfolded. 'Mail for seats will bo accepted and filled In order of their receipt, and when accompanied by check, win be sent, otherwise held until call- ed for at the office. In all cases these orders will be filed before the opening of iho public sale on Friday mornlttg. Jan. 3lht. ly aid of her fairy "y godmolhc-r, has always been papular Kith readers and play-goers of all ages and "Cinderella" in musical form should prove vastly entertaining to B., and J3ngland and the continent, all wlyj love light, turn-fat and charm- :arrylnK many thousands o' troops vho look a prominent in the do- cat of (Jermany. She helped to trans- lort part of America's KxjK'ditionary forces la Europe anil as she nerved as a United States troopship, this gov- ernment will place lier back in con- dition to ply on 'the peaceful trade routes of the Pacific. The ocean voyage jusl completed by iho solOier passengers aboard Impress of Asia, is probably the long- est taken by any of ihe American Ex- peditionary forces who serveil on the jattleficltls ofxFratice. PENSION FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT WASHINGTON, Jan. fail! granting a pension of a year to the widow of Theodore Rooie- velt was sent to the White House for signature after being passed today by the house with a record voic- comedy'and possess an eye for beauty, both scenic and feminine. The company Is UcudPil by Miss' Kara Clinton, whnsc previous rucces- 23 in "Aladdin" ami "Robinson rusoe." bavc given her nn enviable lace ill ilie esteem or local audiences. 'Cinderella" she is ihe 1'rlncc harmtag. Miss Sue Parker, a datnty ttlR musical comedy star, has amc part.' Mail order? for seats arc Tito occasional ;vho asses up the flood of shows selects one ucre ami there should ot overlook the fact that Itlchard Sn "Furs and Frills" is booked E the attraction ;it die Majestic for no day only, matinee aud night, next aturday, February 1st. This cccas- on will be ouo of the notable events AT THE COLONIAL, GREAT ATTRACTIONS AT COLONIAL The smashing serial of circus life The Lure of the Circus" opened to a capacity house al the Colonial last night. It cornea right up to the ad- vance notices concerning it, and if future episodes ire all as good as the first, it will be by far the most exciting serial ever shown in .Lethbridge Every Friday and Saturday a new episode will be shown at the Colonial Kitty Gordon in "The Divine Sacri flee" was the five reel feature last night, and the comedy ivas the scream ing .two reel L Ko, "Business Before Honesty." This big .program Iirpn-irod again tonight Following is the line up for nexl week's the Colonial: Mon day aud Tuesday, Kitty Gordon "in he dispatch of the trains. Fortunately, I greateat World picture. "The Inter no cars lelt tbo track anil no one washoper''; "The Junfc a two ree injured. And on top of the broken} lonesome Luko comiady, and othc: rail ci :u.. orders to .route alltrnlns alter the eighth over the Canadian Pacific railway, ecplanatlon given being that lltiea Ihronxh New attractions will also be shown. On Tuesday night, the first Country Stori Night of the year will be fealurcil a the Colonial, at which. fifty doHars'in bad become blocked during the -valuable prizes will be given aray morning owing tfc aheriTy fall of enow. These instmciioTis riecessHaleil Ihs Isaac of a -new set of. tickets.. How- the Canadian Pacific railway are isak'.rsg special efforts to over- come the difficulties and U is hoped tbat the delay occasioned by the tfft- than one dominion represents-j up will be reduced lo a minimum. if Ye. The British Empire delegations are Rftrvert by a strong secretariat, lipoii which Canada is'represenlett by C. Christie, of the department of exter- Ml nnd 'Col. 0. 01. BfEgar, for Gen. On linrortant'qiiestipn of Uie league of nations it ts becoming ap- imrcnt that the honors of tbe situa- tion are going to he carried bif by a reprtacntative ol the British domin- ions In tho person df Gen. Smuts. JIls state paper outlining the proposed league has made ft profound impres- upon .tho flelogaioa to the and .particularly, upon Presi- dent his assoctzree, and it Is an open secret that the American which la now -being prepared Tor the commiBBlon which is to be set'up in largely an adaption of Gen. Smuts' proposal. 1 Eight tratus had been dispatched when the orders were to change the COBLBXX, .Ian. reparations have been begun n. Mosely for the shtpmeh'. of and Thursday. Ruth'CHI ford in Ihe great Bluebird spectacle 'The Lure ot good comeilie. ,niJ ainmatert gazette. On Wednesdaj and alsi will be shown tbe first episodes of -the tremendous amazing Gaumont fighting picture The JIand ot Vengeance." Frida and Douglas Fairbanks in his latest, greatest, and most thrUlin success, "The Friday nigh will also be Amateur Night at Ihe Co1 onfal. In addition to the Fairbank picture, the, second 'episode of. "Th Luro of TUe will be shown and also nnoth'er two reel com erty. supplies for the use of ot occupation up the Rhine Indkations are th'at the all-water to Coblens will soon he In me. U Is undereloou that upon Iho In- veslfgaUons to be made by Gen. Mosely aiwl allied JiaTal men will de-; pcnd largely the decision of return- 1 ing American troops home 'by the way a; the 1 th uie. Before sucli A movemenLxIs under- ell inlnes and other obstacles j will have .to be- removed from the! waters through which tho steamers' will have to pass after leaving Hol-j ind. AT THE EMPHESS. An DxcepUouaUy iiitcresting being shown-at the Empress agai tnriay. offirial British war ofllc pictures of "The Surrender of th German without doubt ,th greatest spectacle ever screened, ar being shown. "The Surrender of the-' Germa Fleet" Is onb of the greatest, if not th AVOID COUGHS and COUGHERiT! "70 SHILOH MIT TUU THE SQUARE DEAL THEATRE LAST TIMES TONIGHT ELSIE FERGUSON IN IBSEN'S CLASSIC "A'DOLL'S HOUSE" AND Fatty Arbuckle IN "Good Night Nurse" MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHE PRESENTS BRYANT WASHBURN IN 'The Ghost of the Rancho' ALSO "HANDS OP" EPISODE TWELVE AND A FIRST CLASS COMEDY FORUM TOMORROW 3.00 P.M. MAJESTIC THEATRE MATINEE AND NIGHT Sat. Feb. 1 'We, 760, Malineo 50o, 75c, 51.00 "One o[ the I'unniest Men That Brer Visited Winnipeg." Press. Richard Carle and the K'. Y. cast In "Furs and Frills' Is the best musical comedy that has fed "Winnipeg in many months." livening Tribune. THE MAN THAT MAKES THE WORLD LAUGH Appendicitis Opera- tions Not Always Necessary Internal Bathing Relieves the Cause. Your Physician will leH you that Appendicitis Is an condition of tho little sack called Ihc Appendix at the fight hand corner ot the Colon Intestine, fiy clenns- iog this Colon ,with purified warm vrat- er (he "J. B. Cascade" this wet is cleansed and'the intiammatiou auti- sides. Hundreds of operations hive been avoided by using tbe warm water cure tor Appendicitis, Mr. McLaughlin, 91 Branslou street; "SMn- peff, writes: "I have spent over fifty doctors trying IQ cure1 Appendicitis. Finally the doctor said I mast go to the hospital al once for an operation. Your advertisement interested me. I bought a M. B. L. which Heved me at onco, and-am now com-' pletely cured. Never felt better Jn my life; all pain and soreness gone, antJ 1 eat and sleep o, boy. I ful to Dr. Tyrrell for this -wonderful health-giving invention." j Niuoty-iive r-r cent, of fll human ills are caused by accumulated waste in tho Colon. Internal Bathing with tho "J. IV Cascade' keeps this largo intestine as free from all wasto and RS clean as nature demands it should [or perfect health. Ask the-Red Cross Drug Hpofc Co.. -Ltd-, Leth, brtdgo; booklet called "Why Man of Today Is Only 50 per cenl. Effic- ient." H is ,frce. They will also Dleasc'rf to anti explain the "J. B. L. Cascade" to ASTHtt :iNSTAHTLY ftEUEVtD Mimocli ol the loard of trade TBturned Ihia morning from at- tendance at UID U. F. A. convention nVKfmoirton. HO considers the con- ventlon to hemt a great success. One fftituro he noted about all con- ventions hi the west lately vfs the unanimous public opinion in favor of tariff reduction. This ,vory inter osttnK, ho my a, in 1htit it the a tier to be upperntost in the minils tUo people hi tlio present tlmo, Mr. Maraoch while nway at- tended a preltaiinary in cot I of may- ors and'ardonnen of th6 various cltlea ot the prorlnce and representatives c-f boards of triide relntlro lo Iho forma' It on of an Industrial In tho province. Jfft kwka on' this as A very important body If it.fs properly link- ed up with tho-Dominion research and with the cities, boards of trade and province generally. A mf.etinf; to further tho plan Jiaa been called lo meet In Hdmonlon on Mon FflbnMry 3, when Premier Stow will be In aUemlanco. U is flkft' ly that one ol the clly commfealon era PtCflldenl' Mnrnoch will nl- reprCBentalivM from Lcth- Sir Jolm Etton opened Sai tlon Anny campMRn in Toronto with subscription ot flSTHMADOR imer Knmcit. ASK ANT MWUIST 1 Country Slore at the NEXT TUESDAY 550.00 in Prizes Given Away. EMPRESS TONIGHT British Official War Office Pictures ot "The Surrender of the German Fleet" The Greatest Bvcot lirHislory. Also a Trtmendous Feature Attraction Charles AJ) ChaplinU A Dog's Life Alto MABEL NORMAND In "A PERFECT 36" and STERLIffQ" in "THE COMING MONDAY GERALDINE FARRAR in "THE HELL CAT" Late Comedian an8 "The "The Maid and the "The Mayor of "Ths Isls ot "The Spring "Mary's wJompIrjc J.uplt- "The Cohan and other famous musical productions. NOW PRESENTING THE POSITIVE MUS- ICAL COMEDY TRIUMPH OF ANY THEATRICAL SEASON "FURS FRILLS" AH Fun, Melody, Dancing and Pictorial Beauty. Sow York Cast ot 50 Merrymakers and tho Prettiest Chorus Ever Assembled, 22------TUNEFOu 'MUSICAL ONLY AND ORIGINAL COMPANY Mill Orders now received and filled in IRe order arrlvil, when by remittance to cover or Regular seat safe Friday, January 3tst. confiaently recommend thii attuctlon to It li one of the bert rnuilcal chowt which will pliy here thii S. BROWN, Mtnajer Majeitlc Theatre. ALL FEATURE WEEK AT THE COLONIAL NEXT WEEK. READ THIS. COLONIAL LAST TIMES COLONIAL "THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS" EnlEodo One of tila Orest Sertal. KITTY GORDON Hy.lrul, f f n'ci 1 ELSIE, EER0U80M LAST TIMES TONIGHT MAJESTIC THEATRE 2, Commencinjon Monday, I4 HIS. o THE WAITED A WHOLE YEAR TO SEE The Romance of Childhood, SMutifully Told In Two Eleven tuperb With All the Favorllti c( ind "Cruoc'' >nd Score Mon.. Meitly Qlrlt. Prlcct: 50c, and il.H. On ThfXrc, Friday, Jan. 31, In her Great Success "THE v Screamingly Funny 2-Reel IrKO Comedr "DUSFNESS BEFORE HONESTY" MONDAY AND KITTY GORDON la Her Crowning AchlaverQent- "THE A Five Act ot tha Best LONESOME LUKE In bh two reel Comeily "THE JUNKMAN" OTHER QOOD t TUESDAY NIGHT-COLONIAL' COUNTRY STORE NIGHT Fifty Dollars in Valuable Prizes Gfrtn Away WEDNESDAY AND Grand Opening of Great Gaumout "Tttl HAND OF VENGEANCE" Don't Mlas The First Episode of This Wonder PICtuM. RUTH CLIFFORD in the Stunning BLUEBIRD SPECTACLE "THE LURE OF LUXURY" and Other FRIDAY AND Tho Greatest Star in Iho Unlrorie DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS s In His Laleat, highest anii ami PliniiTi "THE LAMB" ialeTcr you do (Jon't miss. Fairbanks in It's Immense. "THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS" Second Other Grand AU'artlnna., FRIDAY NIGHT Cash Prizes tor tho Best Affltlears. USUAL COLONIAL PRICES EVERY NIGHT FOR THESE WONDERFUL ;