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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUUHSDAY. MAHC.H 0, 1910 THE I.KTIIBmiX'.F. DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MM OF LEADER HE OTTAWA, Mardi Michael Clark. tho Breaker, bill ilurc were Ibrw f.cU Ik-cr. a remarkable Irilmlo lio wished li> claim tor lo Sir Lourier In ojjtMitug i-oiuerijiUon WH. Hrst. llio Biicccli on ;ho Jetato on ibe aililress ku lUo commons toilay. Ik1 said ihwt i-oiuerijiUon WH. Hrst. election fcrjghl cm lliis Isiuu liatl been so decisive tbul tile voice ot Hir Wilfrid's In lUo lilo ot Canada ivenl out to Hie tu-arts o! (he was so unique and so unay- world aud lold lliL'iu tliat the Douiln- thai Ills deatti struck the ion knew the nature ot tlic struggle entire nation turo. liko a cataclysm of :m- ami was in it end to end. Second, tlie conac-rititlou bill enaliiei) Will Eliminiale Staled Sum uf S3 I'er Weeli Tor lu'cp of Each Child til Machines Will Cost S2000 Each and Aviators Wages Are Kame as ChaulTetir's t. Til- KLJMOXTO.V. .March Ho likened the at ibo Second, Hie ironserinUau bill enabled be re thc courtship ami" not addresses m lhe house. lhfi MurFe of rtoSQ who marrv "Wo said Ur. Clark, "reached i in anil rau HIKn a swlft protecting lo tln-r terms of tiio fttt anil offering anuuilutems. rvmi'Ml that tho ycopu uf tho mt lie j 10 (lU'Iudc ttJotiie.rr> otliir u1 id owed and vhoKe are in the asyluni, rtv PreoiUT Stcxvart moi tin? rloim- (atfotid rfliircwonUiiB1 I-m-al C'oint- cil ot the Hoiiril of I'ublic (liy t'nioti As-soflatfon, thc UaiiChirrs of liir Kmpiru, ihe Utsiteil F.-nn Alberta and the ami Labor COLIJK--II nt 11 o'cJock, and hour was speut Uirc-KJiiiig nut die With the premier wrro mo Hon. -J. It. L'oyle end tlie Hon. C. K. TORONTO, March G. Ericks'Dft, who Is promcting cctn- nercial flying in Caiatfa, is of- firing alrplanss to the public at figures less than the average auto- mobile costs. Machines are being offered at each and aviators can be secured at present for about the sarrie wages -is those of a chauffeur, he says. Mr. Erick- son is to cpen the only airp'.ane salesrooms in the world on Kings- ton East. It will be conducted on ths principles as that of a large automobile cancern. a pictorial delight, JinJ tronK apiieal to lovers of 'Stt u'.o'K'ni tiio ill a I and Hert. i rt'.illy tunny I.yon-i aivl M ui'.ly ivil! hi; the fuMiy m-jj uicht. yivl u adilitiiiu i" ih bt ble-l Weekly Guzt-tn Kxcctlfnt musii- by the CoNininl cc-it will fiirnv at Culonijl. t Dill. .V i'C' see tLioirt-iu Iheir tlu' nu'rry in bi lift is Ijohln n oii in It'fphiy and iho 'oinc-. "Tho Coa-( I-M to Ciiiia'lA !i no'-v ru'nii 'llH- o; i'.: 'TIM IMter 'Oli-'' H ; v s-'Ko'ivn. It t'liU-rini irci t from, I .s'ui' at tU.truug, but nitlier the story go hiuid In. liauii, and an 1 full of tho original and ilil-1 Mutt and Jcfi comedy, the show i wiih a ?nap from to finish. Three very pretty siato :-cttiRga, add I pU'Jity oi i'oluiiui coatumes heighten i up ilio li is; to itemize any ludiv- s ii'iul lut-mbt-rs oi tli? cast, ,'or they j W'-rf- all good, and by "they" wo j iln thiriy ur thiny-fivo clever fuMiKTs wlio up the- coin- you auj- (roubles yo-a want rid ot, or i? you can't sleep or if you uaiu to hivo tho f jrt'O hours of your life, go and 'Mutt and Jeff" tonfjiit. It is a o antidote for ihe Wue3. tho rc-.iull is an evcnmg's c-ntertain- nu.nt ot order. H saiil ihat fire en wood lias fhcsft costumes Brady had JUM v.-0a nputailou from roast couPt and had laktu with for beiE tho (te_troy. her m I'cr car on tbo HIP u> Long er prodllcer. Mr. Morocco matic TORONTO, March the arrest here today, in tht htart of the city, of a. ''bootlegger" of one citizen shot and one constable severely injur- ed. William Meed, n street sweeper, now lies in St. Michael's Hospital suffering from a in arm which caused much loss of blood, and Vasyl Bottnski, a Russian is under arrest on three charges: A breach of the Ontario Temperance actr carrying a revol- ver, and shooting with intent. When searched, a specially made apparatus, something sim- ilar to a life belt was found under BsLenskt's vest. There were two nickle containers, each of which the police estimate contained a gallon of liquor, (t is said these would 'weigh abot't 25 pounds. thc t'sro1? elements for a drs- frioiuls, (hing partr, aiid jjurvrlous bath- would usjy 1 do? The ,'tnsivf-r wuuld appear 10 he a -Si'mjile one, but iiol -co in MIf? j Urady's cast. Khc Alic? tfrady, tho Ptar, trluniplxfd ovc-r Alice] IJrady, the- fricml. S. Hart will appear for thf st time tonight, also the sorreurtcr ct Ucrman fleet. has riurj-oinideil hor with a company of pooplo, among -whom lira Kriuicc llurnham, .lack Pollard, Cavanaugh. Henric-tta, HaUie Manning. Emily Slced. Cyril Ititiff. Chad J i ubcr, Hobert Culloy and a ehorus of stunninsj girls from Cali- MUTT AND JEFF IS GOOD SHOW The Majestic was filled Lo capacity AT STARLAND. "The UoQiance of as rc- Jnicd in Hie film, "Tlie Heiter N a slimnjf story containing it sirens j vein of luunor a inoasago to who ?oo it. Old Hill nortraycd by j Clmrlt'o Hock, in wJiosc experienced liands Baimsfather's chanicttr is ad- presented. Tbe striking charm about thesft muster studies is that they nre to thoroughly The char- acters is a sound word to1 Ue.e about the truth. We see Old Hill, that philosopher of the trenches; Ail and Bert, those Miiaits in khaki, tho comedy of the imifonn. Khaki and eliminations is the motto tor "Thu Retter "Ole." It is better than any play. Only a per- renlage ot peonlo have seen thc legi- 1'niaio version. The screen version begins a prologue In which we vision Hoygot de L'lelc singing the ive see the Three Mil's- one for Ihree', Ihrce These dissolve into our OOfWflOHC.R. wd COUGHEan S, W> HILO 3o OO HAU' TtlU' MAJESTIC LAST TIMEE TONIGHT AT 8.30 Gtis Hill Offers thc Big Musical Show MUTT AND JEFF IN THE WOOLLY WEST "It's a Great Shaw'' Prices 75c, SOc n ;.M PR RSS wwmmm I VIBXNA, March have sanguinary engagements between Czech soldiers and citizens in numerous towns In GtfnriairBolicBiift, accordfog t'4 re- [ports Total Fire Loss in Lethbridge for 1918 FIRE LOSS IS ADJUSTED ON THE BASIS OF Market Value or Replacement Cost MEASURED BY THIS STANDARD Are You fully Protected? "Jho cost of marebuidlie, Ubor" has incrwscd- STOCKTAKING! HAS OFTEN REVEALED SOARING VALUES AND STATIONARY FIRE INSURANCE. Tlieno faclS Juilify ADDITIONAL INSURANCE becausf ade- (inato flro Inauranco should be lijiwd upon MARKET VALUE OR REPLACEMENT COST. We cordially solicit your additional line or renewals. We b3vc cclobralcd our ulnlh year of uninterrupted Bsrrifo. N. B. Peat Co. EstaWlihtd Black Insumnte Dtpt. Phane Province Will Co-operate and Spend Soldiers' Homes WINNIPEG, March U plans slowly forming mature, will iiavc COO soldiers' houses costing racli ami aggregating a. cost of IL is slated thai lion. Kdwnhl pfovinciil treasurer, will move in tho legislature toward r. hill in regard to participation by in the federal housing scheme which means 'for expenditure iiu Mani- toba, (or new homes. PAR1S, March supreme council, after hearing a state- ment by Jules Cambon, decided unan- imously yesterday lo reject the de- mands of the minor powers with lim- ited interests for greater representa- tion on the financial and economic 'ormed. The minor powers, especially those from South America, followed Brazil in demanding earlier In the week that the minor powers should have the same number of representa- tives as the great powers on the com- missiops, After two days of futile conference, M. Cambon laid the matter before the supreme council. Brazil was support- id by llelgium, while am) Ser- bia took the opposite view in the dis- cussion. The supreme council as the minor powers to name their live representatives on the- commissions today. The great powers will have representatives. EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIME WILLIAM S. HART as "The Two-Gun Man1' in "The Bargain." ALSO TONiGHT The Surrender ef the German Fleet I I I Lhe German Fleet AL1CE AISO comedy "The Death Dance" TOMORROW ONLY'.... ALICE BRADY In TONIGHT-TOMORROW AND SATURDAY VICTORIA, March P. Jetter t received here yesterday, from Cicn, Sir Arthur Curric, thc Canadian corps cr.inmawler, says, in writing on i February 1, Hint most of the Third 'division was Ihcn in England en rtuite for home. The First. Second ami Fourth divisions, lio writes. >wiil foi- 1 low In order naintii. The policy hns been decided upon of returning thp. men by uolta. All Iho Canadian trpopa will have reached England by May 1, jan-J al] will be hark 311 Canada before the cmi of Tho corps den. Currio says, is now at Donn. COPENHAGEN, Marcli im-' pending resignation of Philipp Schietl- emann as, German chancellor is in- dicated in dispatches received here today and datcil Wednesday in Hii. Premier Kliert is said to consider Ihat the of Schicdemann from the cabinet is necessary in of political events. The chancellor was expected lo tender his resigna- tion Thursday, At ti meeting of the lalists Wednesday, Schicdemann an nautical he had decided lo adopt Soc- taHfttii. The change in Schlodcmarn's altitude toward socialization is appar- ently under the compulsion oE events and his fellow re- gard bis position as untenable. KKG1NA, March on thc motion to quash ihe conviction of .T 11. Lords, railway mail clerk, of Saskatoon, sentenced to three and fined for having copies ot forbidden iniblicaUons in Ms posses- sion will open before Juatico McDon- ald chambers tomorrow. T, A. of Saskatoon, Is supporting tlie mo- tion; D. Johann, of reprc- scnling the department of justice, will opposo it It Is expected that n LONDON'. March A. Apple- Ion, general secretary of the general federation of labor unions issued a against irrcsnonsftile and un- authorized strikes. Mr. Apple-ton soys: "Tinplatc already Is on the market at 20 shillings a.ton less than the Urltlsh cost price. Steel is being of- fered by Great Britain's competitors nt a much lower rate than Groat Britain can prodnce U, even lhe aid oi a subsidy. with 75 per cent, of her trade overseas, is fac- ed with offers of 30 pc-r cent. lower tho prcaenl coat prices. America prepared to put coal in markets for- merly monopolized by lhe British at rates very little in excess of what It will coat Qrcat Britain to place coal in ports ready for export. AT THE COLONIAL. CORKING GOOD SHOW AT COLONIAL One ot tho best all round photoplay bills of the season is on al tho Col- writ of" habeas corpus "wouM be ap- onlal tftnlghl. H is headed by iho brl piled for, but the application as nidde Hant "Bluebird" protlncllon "Sel Free" vtas to tiuash the in wbicb lUo 'winsome "The Better W The Film Sensation of the Season, The Chief Censor says: "TJiis feature is specially rocouuuentl- ,cd." Adults 35c; Children, Matinees 15c, Evenings, 20c Spe- cial Matinee Saturday. Children Sc, THRIFT STAMP NIGHT Watch Your Numbers. Tonight and Tomorrow Night, SHE'LL BE HERE NEXT MONDAY -AND- nn UESDAY NIGHTS Him Windiiieg Free lolte Greenwood is tbo bright star In tho consteUation oE olher stars. "So Long Letly" is a great show well produced Tvith touches of wit, and lhe 'Walker is no doubt in for a busy week." OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS COLONIAL TONIGHT Blgebird Photoplays Prestnt EDITH ROBERTS IN 4 SET FREE' Ono ot Ihc best productions of the year. LATEST WEEKLY GAZETTE 0000 COMEDIES FRIDAY Night of thfi Clrcui.'1 CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD IN THE FASTEST AND FUNNIEST MUSICAL COMEDY IN THE WORLD. SO LONG LETFY Bosk