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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, iVIARGll 3, 1910 THE LETflBRlDGE DAILY UEHALD- PAGE FIVE PROTEST RESTRICTIONS WEIMAU, Mnicli ;!.--(Ilavas.)-Tbo Diivnrliin doloBiitos to the Ot'nn.iu na-Uoniil iiHKombly Iinvo Issued a niunl-ifoHlo prolottliiK aKnInst i-p^frlctioiiH Inaposed upon the uieoliuK of (lio ro-CLMilly i'!(,'cto.d lidvuriHii diet yiiil apiliiBt llio forniatinn ol' ii now mill-Islry 1)y (ho itoMIpim' and vvoikmou'h couBniHS (ir liavarln. Tlio nmiiil'csdo �ayH lliHt llio doloBalce oppose llio Ropaiatloii nf Uavnrki from Ooi-many. f MAJESTIC Two Days, Wed.-Thurs. March 5th and 6th The Rollicking Musical Comedy MUTT AND JEFF WOOLLY WEST A LouK and LlnKorlng La\igh From Start to PIntsli Willi a REAL SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS PRETTY GIRLS CATCHY MtJSIC FUN AND FROLIC The Biggest Hit of the Season Prices..........$1.00, 75c, 50c SPORTS I giio ihirlnK lilB Htay in the old roi/n- , I try, Tort Townsend, ^Va^ll., will Ikiti; addnd r-nnsr" lor (xulliilIon ovim' ll\f OmBYUNIISBlLll OTTAWA. ,\rnrch ,!,-oftlclal advice of �(Iio snilliiK of tlio first Cana-; (linn flghllHR units wlilcli formed part of the yrd Dlvl.-*ion lias boon rccolvod 111 the inlUtla dophrtmnit liero. The stfiiinfllllp Adrlftlir, whir.h carrluH tht'so units, .sailed from lOngland on iMnrch I, with ii lolaJ of Kill of nil ranks on hoard. A Royal North W(>hI .Mounted I'oIIcO s(|iuidron for Ili-jrlna. Iho Royal Cinuidiiin HfRlmont, o: Halifax, and 1h(! �(2nd hattulicni, .Mont)an(,'o f^iiould succeed in formiiiK an international lia-ehnil lea- aclilevcmonts nf its oldtlnie lavoritr!. Twenty-nine years linve passed since Hill wa^ liie iiarl icuiiii- lirlRht. star of the Port. TownHcml f'oil �. .Since Ihat. time ho has gone (o ihr h"ii;lil. of tamo as a hall player in Ih" .Valloiuil leac;uo and passed on lo 111.- r'/iiiini! of iMisiness life. His "conio back" in l)a?rh:ill was duo to the war. and thn iclni tliat h 'Wpi'ei-i I'', j'liiip iiilii lii'' ]tri!i;.::jf'il inliTiiiitioiial ^;iie uiili ilif �-Mini' '^niiil liiai chaiae- teri/.e;; 11.r- \ 111''Vi e;l 11 loVf n ;riuiil one. \Vi' sliall d) r v.-ryiliiiii^ GOLD WINNER NIGHT $10,00 in Gold to tho Winner. ' EMPRESS�l!ioMliain Farnum in a Stirring Picturi^ation of Znne Grey's Famous Novel Purole Sa If The Story of fl Man Who Was Not Afraid PRICES REMAIN THE SAME THE ONLY AND ORIGINAL PICTURES OF LIf E Of SIR Wim HR Also the ENTIRE FUNERAL Ten Sleigh Loads of Flowers were Contributed SEE THE MOST TIMELY HAPPENINGS DURING HIS LIFE, ADDRESSING THE PUBLIC AT THE MOST CRITICAL MOMENTS THAT CANADA HAS PASSED THROUGH, ?TC., ETC., AND LASTLY THE BURIAL OF THIS GREAT MAN. Warning to the Public THE ONLY ORIGINAL PICTURES OF THE LIFE OF SIR WILFRID LAURIER AND THE ENTIRE FUNERAL WILL POSITIVELY BE SHOWN AT THE EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW, WE TAKE PLEASURE IN. PROVING TO THE PUBLIC THAT WE HAVE THE REAL ARTICLE AS IS ALWAYS TH^ CASE -FIRST WITH THE LATEST FOR EMPRESS PATRONS. ;