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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY THE 'LETHBHIDGE DAHA HERALD PAGE FPvri WASHINGTON', Jan. slate Department today made, public, tho personnel ot the peace conference or- ganization as provisionally cliosen and now flnaljy formed, ilcsldeo Georges Clcwcnceau. the French premier, as president and Secretary Lansing. I'remters Lloyd George, ot Great Britain; Orlando, ot Italy, and ot Japan, aa vice-presidents, members arc: Secretary-general M. Du'slasta, France. tho United Joseph C. Crow, minister plenlpoteii- tlary, Lelaud Harrison, counsellor o! tlio embassy, and Col. U. S. Grant For tho British Empire: Lteut.-Col. Maurice Hankey, Herman Nor- iijaii, counsellor of thti embassy, and Krlc Philips, first secretary ot the cm- las sy. For P. Gauthler, minij ter plenipotentiary and II. Dobarn secrclary of llio embassy. For Italy: Come Aldrovandi, mtulstcr plcuipo lonimry; Marquis diaries Durazi-j, counsellor ot legation, arid M. G. Branr lilllu, counsellor ot legation. Fur Japan: Sadao Saburl, secretary at the ministry ot foreign affairs. t Commltteo on verification of WINKITEG. Jan, Crocn men engaged ID construction In ibo new parliament IraUdfngs or erested In their d -ai Ibo hearing of the Kelly mo- tion Judge Curran here today. Tfap atiidarlt of Paul Scliieler, late engineering eapc-rt ol tho government, stated that the cost of caissons for tuo fouuilatlon of the buildings did not Mcced SKOO.QiW, while Ihe ar- blIra Son board bad estimated the cost at was the Intei c-stlnj other alMdavits reail Included that ot J. Yfootolde, who that the original price of tho caisson charged hy tho firm was reasonable. LONDON, Parh correspondent of the. Dally Mall in a dispatch to hEs paper today says that Japan on Thursday formally accepted the theory of Internationalization of colontts and that it was underctood South Africa, had abandoned its opposi- tion to the scheme. "President th; corres- pondent adds, "unrfoufatftdly won an immense diplomatic victory, but has had to modify his original proposals to some extent." PATHS. Jan, VolisU ami Ciecho-Slavak delegates to lUc peace conference conferred at tho French foreign office yesterday moruius with the inter-all.cd committee 'of inquiry, which la going to Poland shortly. The comtnltteo expecls lo leave Paris Sergt.'Major early next and Ir.ivcl by way of Vienna. It will be gone about weeks. In (heir argument before tho. EU- 1'ieme council yesterday, tho 1'o.Ifah representatives mnirnafnod that itio district of Teschen, Austrian QUEBF.C. Jan. monster dele- tion of of international unions of the province of Quebec lo- day tailed oa the Go'jiu cabinet, ask- ing lawa for tho betterment of the con- ditions (or iho creation of a ministry o." education, for free Instruction all over the prov- ince and also endorses the movement started for the establishment of com- pulsory education in th? province. The labor men want tbc- eovorucieiit to re- tain beer at 2 1-2 (otii. Come early to set the best ful Titomas II. Into star in Paramount 1'lctures. aisil wlien il is announced tti'ct she h to in a new picture, 1 cu the qul vivo AT TUB-MAJESTIC. Ilicoard Carle, who is f to at the Majestic for iMli-) nee and Saturday of tM' Ft-bruury 1. iu Ills ne.v ar.d cap tlvaling-ftitws.'t. "Furs ai-.'i one of the most popular of ihe American staKr, and has u hit in his nt'.v j comedy: has set-n tc j belter advautasc than in Urn Miss Dlltoa vill aiipcar as a secret ice afjoji'. in !ti'i to be at ,1 tomorrow. TliU is a superb niys drama affords tlili Blar abundant opportunities tur tUe p'ay her remarlatili- histrionic in Ibo Itolly Sisters1 iniiial llelro screen attraction. "The Million Dollar Dollies." On this vaudeiillu the DaiKiug Dollies otter their reper- toire ot dances >s'hlch bas wyn (Uenx faitie en the largest vaudeville circuit in the t'nitej States. It yon havo 1 never SPPH these daughters ot Terji- louigni 1 siciiore dance, hero la your chance. (ul offering which lu-s roil- cf playcoers. The plot fonce-rii-s UK- vt A coat inirchant-d ilicn by an Impecunious brother, reilyetr.cil, alterwurji worn f.y ihc utenosraplier. su on through a series of ruaringSy fsuiny iutldems. Tht'rc are a nuyibor of taking anil catchy song auioiig favorites be'ns: "Wlitn My Wite lie Ay a Pr-MKli wh'j bffoir.tH In- volvfil m Miss IJal- tyti has a rol6 thai full of subtleties and tOiuilM of deep emotion. From every is a pholoplav ?nj U shoutil inK-rcht you greatly, ATTHK EMPRESS. "You Can'l Take U With You j The Sisters. Dally. Ilosrika and When You Die." i'olly Wur.t' Yaucsi. each wear forty-eight com- >S'ally." "Furs and Frill.-." "Spring." [''-etc changes of costume in ihe course is tho Better Part "I Hie aclion of Metro's romantic- fan- U'.ay "Tho Million Dollar DDjIies.1' hicli will be Hie attraction at tlio Kmpress todsy. Xc-arly ail Ibo forty- Tue greatest In any popular priced pi: Ire will be at the Theatre, tonight and .-'am ccm.c the Btar or stars. Valor." "Love's Mciiu." "A Short Fare- well Is "Heirt ot My "Make Yourselves tit "ilutter- "It Must Be." "Always Tate Mother's Advice." ''Tho Tale ot a ever o'fcretl coati" toplay thra- Colonial There nre few arts lliat rango of riualifiuaiions to in- Frank Has Fine Record of War Achievements With a record prouaWy not equal- led in the present war, carrying cer- I Douglas Fairbanks, in Maudslcy laughing success, 'Tij" hi? Lamb." tills photoplay Fatrbantj goes tlirough tnore stunts than trer lie fights a mountain lion, tacWes a tim- wolf, battlea Indians, !s-t digilator. In oulsider n suro noriectiou than thai of Uie presti It is noi inrrc-ly, as tlie ight be led tj believe, the abilily lo deceive the spectator by rapid ii.ilceil. is a minor feature, and :i good deal of the lalk about tlie of the liaud soars in an aeroplane-, a ma- deceiving the eye" is slr.iply rubbish, ehtno gun, and then at tlic finish 'lit.Kirst of all, a successful crjisjurcr Uupattl, Italy; and H. Xagiika, Japan. TORONTO, Jan. Can- railways will, it is spring a surprise on the public: on 1 anrf, according to -303- sip -jverheard In the tcrcnto r-iricls. It will not be n reduction In itatMftoer but rather increase that the travcIHr.j pub- Uc will bt asked to pay. New rates will based on per cent, (ess than two one way tickets. QON'T WANT THEM DOMINATED BY JAPAN NEW YORK, Jan. ians feet that ihe Marshall and Caroline Islands, rather than dominated by Japan, should come under international Thomas Joseph. Ryan, premier of t_Queensland, en on the Hner Caronia for Liverpool. CONTINUING SATDAY Administrator's Sale OF THE HENNESEY WILSON STOCK HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS NOTICE! To "Morning AlberUn" Patrons _-WM. E. STANDING 1326 12th Ave, South Is now (ho Morn- Jng Albcrtaii (n Lclhbridgo. All subscribers aliould communlcato with Mm regarding their sub- scription. He would also like to gel in touch with 3 or 4 good newspaper hustlers. Boston Shoe Shine Parlours Mr. Standing IB i Helurned Veteran and winner of Iho Mll- Sledal. He aollclta your support. MURDER VERDICT OTTAWA, Jan. verdict of wilful was returned last night by a coroners jury afininst Omer Gravelle, of Tetreau- villf, Que.r who, it Is alteQed, shot and killed Etitnne Veillcux, n cab man, on the Aylmer road on the nlaht of Jan. 22. MORE LIQUOR PROSECUTIONS AT VANCOUVER VANCOUVER, C., Jail. A scries ot informations alleging violat- ions of the prohibition laws was laid ia the city police court this afternoon. Joseph G. Brooks Is charged u-hh un- lan'Jully importing a carload of seventy cases of whiskey from Toronto, Oc- Order ot St. Oeorge, arrived on the wm 'iner Melagama at St. Johu.-N.B. ot ,he "Tbo Lnrtf ot the Circus." featuring dashing Eddie Polo, ilie Hercules of Sergeant-Major Mandsley is now an assistant steward aboard ttio McUsa- ma and is still iloing liis "wee lilt." Ulc he termed, with the mercantile mar-, ine. He is still "carryluc on. ndinin-1 isterins and looliinB after Hie wants two-rfd ot soldiers' wives and children of is a very versitils and iu many ways is the magician par excellence who lacks none ot the qualifications mentioned, olhers not enumerated., F. Stuart-Whytc's third annual Eng- production in Canada fascinating fantasy toher 4, and also is charged con- spiring C. Vindlay to make! lite, the -importation. Five informalionsTMajor Maudsley is hut twenty-six were laid against the Western Can- years ot age, but lias performed feats ada Liquor Co., alleging the illegai-im- that seem super-human. He had been portatlim of liquor into the province, wounded at least six times; has seen and five other Iniornia'ttous against; fourteen years' service In the Imow- 1 ials and has won decorations that pro- hably have seldom been equalled in the of t'.'O Imi'orial 'orccE. Has French Cross. In a certificate issued from the war ever, It MS learned that ho belonged i ol Mniiflce. RygB. to Ihe Void Urltish conlemptiiilcs" and 1 This Is (he prognm for today and --------------....._._ _ was through'all Ihe fie'nttng of WIt Saturday at tlie Colonial, aud vlll larger or more enthusiastic following AT STARLAND. Few motion picture stars havd t-ight gowns worn ly Ya ly like those worn by Koszika. Ilow- uver, In some scenes their attire Is different. Kosiika, for eitfaple. dresses 33 a fish in one Bcene and tho gown is a sensation will find tin's picture a fashion review and the men will also linil the many gowns at- tractive to paze upon. A complc-le vamleviJIo theatre set- tins was built In the studio for scenes TONIGHT AND TOMORROW SPECIAL PROGRAM DOROTHY DALTON IN "The Kaiser's Shadow" AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "OUT WEST" recommend Programme with tlie British array. Still lull ol play lo capacity nhan lias Dorothy Dal ton, tlie leauti- young and cheerful. Sergeant-' the same company allege iHcgal sales of Kquor. HONORABLY DISCHARGED QUEBEC, Jsn. Uedtnaod, _____ forincr cnmmauiUris 'bHlccr "of "thn" ctiicc'ni France, August 12, battalion, was -honorably Uis-; 1917, U Is shown where he milled five chargeil today iu police court by Mag-i regiments of French infantry, and us- Istrate ClioqucttE; on o' forg-' ing a machine gun, single-handed he "11 connection vrilH the manage-1 worked havoc among two divisions ot mcnt or the battalion. JELLICOE TO START ON TOUTl SOON LONDON. -Jan. yerman infsiitry, thus saving Iho situ-' ation. Kor llils gallant deed he receiv- ed the French Military Cross. Tho cer- tificate bears the signature of Marshal C. II. Focli, Region of Honor, of the Press, ilisiialch frohi Ad-1 army ifle man who1 mado mirnl Lord Jdltcoo will start on his! quit tour In connection wlfti an Kmplrc It was aj a mcinber of thc'Hoyal naval scheme ahout February 20. He will first go lo India, thence to Aus- tralia and later lit Zealand, South Africa nnd Canada. Tho lour will occupy 15-months. Lady JclUcoe nccompanies tho admiral. RETIRES OWING TO ILL HEALTH OTTAWA. Jan. llr. T. G. Hcrldgc. former moderator ot the Scots Greys 2nd Imperial division that Sergeant-Major Muudsley won his supreme honor. It was during the famous lighting of the British armies, tlie fighting of. the old in France that he displayed such ex- treme bravery and performed an al- most Eupcrhumnn act. The certificate with reference to lliis deed shows that lie. was gazetted in ihe Army nnd N'ftvy Gazette for extreme bravery in absence. BOOZE SEIZURE MOOSE JAW, Jan. a successful attack and at the same time saving a grent number of British troops from being taken prisoners. Thu same night he rode into tlm German lines at St. Quenlin nnd rescue.! two city poiirc raided the'premises occu- BrttfebnursfnB aistora from death. For pled by Robert Beckett, near the con- Jlb the highest military decoration in the gift of the nritlah War Office. Veteran of Other Wars S ergeaiii-'M ajor M audslcy did no I tro of the city, nnd soizeil ono 10- gallon Jteg of whlsfcer, oii'o firc-gaUon kei and six cases of whiskey and 20 dozen pints of beer. .A ROTHSCHILD DEAD PARIS, Jan. LatnlierL Rothschild, ft leadlng Brussels banker, who aided in the formation of the Belgian relief: commission, died jn Parts .yesterday. NO AMERICANS PAU1S, Jan. forces may be tent to Turkey fongnrrtson- Ins purprMCB, Iflcro wIJl bo no Amer- Icon troops among them, It developed today. It is pointed out th.it their uao for Ihla purpose would bo inap- proprietor, fls Unilcd States has novcr bceo Rt wftr with Turkey, NOTICE! NOTICE is hereby given that the Twin Falls Really Company oJ Twin Falls, Idaho, are no longer connected, with the Canadian Pacific Railway selling organization and are not.authorized agents for Canadian Pacific Railway lands, ALLAN CAMERON, Gen, Supt. of Lands. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COLONIAL TODAY and SATURDAY THE GREATEST PROGRAM EVER SEEN Douglas Fairbanks IN "THE LAMB" Tliis is" Fairbanks' are.itest Picture. In it, Jic fighls a Mountain Lion, lacfclc-s a.sarage timber battles a dozen Indians, soarn iu an aeroplane; operates a machine gun, and goes through juoro stunts than you ever dreamed of. Whatever you do, you'owo it to yourself to sec Fairbanks in this photoplay. The liiddics will onjoy it loo, SECOND EPISODE ENTITUEO HE GREAT LEAP' FEATURING DASHING EDDIE polio WHIRLWiNu WEDDING' Positively one of the funniest 2- Heol L-KO Comcdfes ever pro- ducoJ. "A DOG'S OWN Another screaming Triangle Comedy, COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Wo show what we advertise. !ln keeping w'.th Ihe policy of the Colonial management, all of Hie above splendid program will pos- itively be shown at each performance on Friday and Saturday AT WE NEVER JUGGLE OUR PRICES. Special Matinee Saturday for Children. perform his act of valor without pay- ing tho price. Ho was severely Bound- ed hut wovilri not givt'in until'forced to do so, and then only from cxhaus-. lion. I IJesides being wounded six, times' wlille on active service in France, j Sergeant-Major Maudalcy also aawser-l vlco hi Ihe Dardanelles where ho was I Bounded, rrevions to the outbreak of: Iho great war, ho was on active ser-' vice In India and Africa, lie started' his military life as a trumpeter In the ttoyal Scots Dreys with which regi- ment ho rnse rapidly in promotion and soon became a qualified anil efficient N.C.O.. which corps of men nrs styled i by some military officials "back-' bone of Iho whole aj-my." Sergeant-Major Mftudaley talks llttla of his glorious record. Captain Gillts of Jfctagan-.a feels proud to have as ft member of his crew a man who Iia8 won" ench a wonderful record. FOOD MISSION I'AIIIS, Jan. meet tho Im- mediate needs of war-stricken Hal- kan countries where there is greater distresaxprobably than In any part o( Kurope, except Poland, tho American- has dispatched lo'the Dai- ikans commissions that Inditdo utaffi which worked during hosllMtlej (n [Krance and Italy. It Is hoped to save i thousands'of lives before Ihe nmt harvest. The Edmonton school board has mado a grant of lo help and courage school hockey. Keep Your Eyes on the EMPRESS FortheBei. Photo, playi TONIGHT AND TOMORROW The DOLLY SISTERS in ''THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLLIES'' Mr.do by a mjali right fn Now York, held prifuncrs and In to rovrer. Soo llio rost ot the story on the screen. A marvel cf beauty, romance and thrill. ALSO A CORKINS OOOD COMEDY, "HIS AERIAL JOV RIDE" MONDAY AND TUESDAY Clara Kimball Young IN "The Howe of HERE WEDNESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chaplin In a Big Double Program "Borrowed dothei" and "By the Sea" cc SOON "MORAL SUICIDE" GOOD FOR TONIGHT ONLY Cash In One tntl All Bring This Coupon and 15c Which still roaiies thn ad- mission lOe less than the so- called regular prices. MAJESTIC E, WED. FEB. 5 CARTER THE GREAT MAGICIAN AND COMPANY Presenting moat man-cl- ous and stupendous magfcsl entertainment unpar- alleled In t3il3 or any other time. Fifteen tons ot new and spectacular illusions that oijfustcate the Trill and make affinity witb unseen, forces seem certain. HIGHEST SPECTACULAR PRODUC- TION ON THE ROAD. Sec Corlnno Carter, the psyc- hic marvel ot the decade. She divines your thousnls. seo the Spirit Seance! -See. tho Magical hundred mystical msn and women produceu from TO THE LADIES OF The Great Carter invites you to write a letter, asking any question. Address same to him, cam- oi Majestic Theatre. AH letters received will be confidential. He will call your Initials troin tho stage on the evening ot the performance aid give yon a correct answer 75c, 50c. IntluSc Tax. Seat SalejOpenj Monday, lift IFflTin MATINEE NIGHT MftJES IIC-SATURDAY, Fell. 1 SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT MATINEE, ENTIRE ORCHESTRA, J1.00; OTHER SEATS, SOo, 75o "One of the funniest men that erer visited Press. AMERICA'S GREATEST COMEDIAN RICHARD CARLE Lalo Comedian nml star of "The "The Mayor of "The Maid and tho Mum- "The Spring "Mary's "Tho Cohan and, other 'his New York and Chicago Musical productions. NOW PRESENTING THE GREATEST MUSICAL COMEDY OF HIS CAREER. "FURS FRILLS" Cast of 50 People nnd tho same list presented it for nlno.nionth} in New York City. THE PRETTIEST CHORDS EVER ASSEMBLED "nlchard Carle and the original New York Cast In 'Furs and is tlie hest musical comedy that has yislled for miay, nuny Evening Tribune. N'Bhls'...-.........................Me. 75c, Higher Seals on Sale at Box Office, Friday at i.m. MAJESTIC THEATRE] 2 Dayi, Commencing on Monday, F H.O. p THE QREATEST PANTOMIME EVER SEEN OUTSIDE OF DRURY LANE THEATRE. The Romance of Childhood, Beautifully Told In Two Actt ind Superb Scenes. With All the Favorites of "Aladdin" and "Cruwt" ind Score I Mostly Girls, Prices: Me, 75o, and On Sale Theatre, Frldiy, Jan, ;