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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE I'AUtS, March the tad- clares, is that the Uuiiea States dental matluiv under by the supremo stood, U 1'AIUS, March supreme ivar Council has decided to Herbert Hoover, director-general of allied jiracUcal control of all ilt> railways In llio old Austrian empire to matte blm Iho mandatory ol the council iu ileotauding locomotives freight cars from each ot llic new slates of olj Austria wKh.ivbich io war activity until the stricken busi- ness ol Kranct ami Itel-lum have iiA least caught up with them. ey tear ihat otherwise tlerinany will regain possess ion ct the vorM'a mar- kets la the olJ Hues. Thy VuHc'il States commissioners. H Is-ucdmtooil. have decided tiiuuiy to PROTEST FREIGHT RATE INCREASE CIIAKLOTTETOWX, I'.K 1, Marth council ol tho uf imOc yesterday passed a reiol-itiou protest- ing agalnsi the iccrcsso in freight rates. menia. It I? reported that SiDvrub will aypears likely to be the one German Stand Futile great jiart Of UK: Kameruti and Tcgo- ca'.k-sl the I'lutnicioti gloom dostroyor :mik-n cannot fail to get a i froifl tlw soun-st Crouch in tho ;.uiU-j enci', is a gay serenity ia her! grin, a something ia the way lifts nor le? until her fool thrc is ;tll ihat i.i funny. us a vorfh c :i iii thf Monday nisM will tloM Xiglu. pL'chl no to is the feature for Thur-xlay. Thl.t will tillA De-nc in "She Hired a llus- a bix production. UVl- Country Store uig'it on t'riday aii-1 Saturday in UU "His IVUm- .and. Southeast Africa, according to this plan, ivill be joined to tho Ujiion of South Africa. Iu ihe Pacific, It scc-ais likely, Ihe declares, that Japan will keep the Islands ol the equator and Australia all the Germans south ot tho cquatoiial Hue, with tho would be by Now Xea- wiUiout political or military Interfer-1 tUJCC. Tho decision of tho council amounts, in effect, to acknowledging Mr. Hoov- er dictator ot the Austrian railway system, in Iho tarrying out of t.vork. Fivo now states hato orlseu wltliSn the area of old Austria and all havo ayrecO lo place ihc entire- ciues- tlon of tho' distribution and manage- ment of the railroad rolling stock in his hands. The Italians, who liadi tomorrow. The Untfsh l-ccn maintaining ti food blockade i have the vatorwayn used without iiKainst Jugo-Slavia, Iiavo finally crimination, while the United ht lowed their differences with the Jugo- realizes the effect the application of Slavs to bo settled by a commission this principle might have upon Us and the supreme war council has df-'great railway systems, arc- Insistent recteil that tho blockade be raised at upon coafinlntj ihc application of the land. Railways? PAlllS, March question ol the- iiiVjruatldna.Uzatlou of railways and International waterways lias come Into sudden importance through the -reiwrl made today to the commission on waterways, ports anil railways by its ctrsfting suh-counnitiee. After (iis- cusslon, the report over until to oaco Hun Colonies iiv.1 'Lilwre, the 017 an of Premier Clenienccau. fay A such 's ;vl fosistaut-e will jjrovo "PreniSer Lloyd Gftors-'' having atratPrt that-tlio allied feovoni- will ho still r.ujrn than the military exerts in itrmd to clis- armament." Tho Matfn says: "Germany too Ihat Pho is vannulshcfl. Thf result, ot Ihli Incident will be That ihe revirtual- of (icrmany ivill now depend on the by tlennany ol ail con- ditions oi ihe new Kagcr expectation amons comedy lovers is aroiiFtd )jy ih? an- that Oliver Mor-ivco H sending his record -breakup suti-t-fs, "So Long AT t; rn ;t to ability M r .Vuro-co the first of tiu- 1 with a clevor i ri'iitnrrrt. will ho pliown at among wlioin ar-? Kunice Theatre on Monday ami it dealer and receutly tu the Mexican hordor Vftncouver, but coyly and ak-nly at homo umid his now fiurrouniljng's and reitdy iu auy ensc-rgi'iicy, Other eatable players in the cast of this excelU'iit feature aro> Ik-biion, as cralty Mock Sing; H, CarpOMtor. us >lanly, riinchor; FroJ M. Malaustflj as "Square Deal Clare 1'u Htvy. as Cleo DaJe, thu advtmurwss, r.n-1 ICIIL, as Knnuuel frosn the Mid- wives insist ihcro H first, and, o( co couples arc even wtll than the old. and Uiu inisi; i to bo laken Lack. it Mil ;it thy Colonial will Le ?liov.n for the of a is a dandy. "A do- J-'cul in Tru.-t" the bip feature of Iho liiii, Tliis c-ach i proihu'iiti'i n last atiJ i Co'onia! It is by ternal apr'Jii.-; J oiu- ai Ihe ivnturo attractions So the hus-l Thf u re-marry, IniUulf j .-iiywrv on lull he a trial ;to iiol-l ifcc- jiudtt-nce. rse, tho now j Alii'- llowcll's laU-H nvo-rec-1 com- rdy, coinjilctCA the ids hilt. Tor next week the Colonial man- 3 ror Italy Common, and athletic. Oorgo Ijirhiii uiake.-i a Tho story, bastd on oi X'nltcd SW'.PS Secret Sor- 10 do cattle rustling iriil oiii'.v.n ami the action t'.viit, the siluiitions auJ UiriK- X Miss Compsoti plays Rose Hardy, tlio only eMl'l of a wealthy riuichcr, of vast acres and of Iho iianly cowpunchera, a loyal comiiauy of modern cavaliers, Mr. Larkiu is ?cen "John a faro fte of ihe smashing nf the is bill, and continues conference tho newspaper To Cure a Cold in a few hours take DOMINION C. B. Q. Tibletl (in the redboi) 25 liay by Premier Lloyd George for a cla'uso In llie peace treaty for reducing (ho German army much lieloiv Hie Ei'zo previously iiroposccl, (IcHuitcly re- iiutrfs Germany to reduce her army' to lo divisions, according to informa- tion from French sources. Tito div- isions would lie formed of volunteers _u____ diluting for 12 years. Tlio CH or tho K accepted the proposition in principle. 1100 on Grampian and Toloa About Due nnd Three More Hoals Have Sailed Charlotte Greenwood, ds I.rtty Hob- agcrsif nt havci 'splcnrti'i bins, who prefers u i j 'iTinfMinri.-.mniit ia tho first of Hie Germans, the latter njuat be enabled to receive at Iho ear- liest possible moment food and raw slffrt so that out of .the tha'c btisfncEs-' they tofpht pay (heir debts. The French dp riot believe that the German business interests 'should he permitted lo set.back into their pre- Montrpal and Iho Royal-Canadian reg- Iment of Halifax is also duo tomor- ow. Tho-To! oa is a meat carry ing; boat, tuilt in 1917. Grampian on Way OTTAWA. March cable advices received by tho repatriation committee tliis information is collect- ed: Steamship Grampian sailed for J- John, March 4. carrying 574 soldiers' dependents, 3S3 women, 151 children and -SO infants, accohipapisd by 275 soldier husbands. Destination of de pendents as follows: Ontario, 214; Quebec. 39; Nova Sco- tia, 15; New Hruuswicfc, Manitoba 3S; Alberla, 51; 9li Columbia. 112." cipiura lite IN 01 CECIL FANNING AMERICA'S GREATEST BARITONE, IN SONG RECITAL AT KNOX CHURCH MONDAY, MARCH 17th AT P.ffl, r ADMISSION 75.CENTS, TICKETS MAY RE OBTAINED FROM MEMBERS OF KNOX CHOIR. HAMILTON, Ont, The Canadian Narlhsm Railway acquired by the government be extended from Toronto lo Ham- ilton and on to the Niagara fron- 'tier tn the near future, according to a dispatch received here by President Gardner of the board of trade from Mr. Hanna, president of the system. March Brllia array on Ihc Rhino includes a divisio of cavdlry TOado up of 12 regiments, statement Issued by the office lo day roRanllng (ho makeup of th army shows. There nro five batla lona of oyclistfl in Ihc force flnd lalinns of tanlis while the nrtillor comprises liatlcrios of nil liinil Thnre ai-e 32 pquadrons of Ibo lloya I Air I'orce nllached to tbn army. 0 j Infantry there ;iro 102 liatinllons, wit '30 Hglil trench morlar batteries. Tli engineers, the army service corjw, th aignal corps-and other technical o gaiiliatioiis nrc of a size to corre jionil with .IhR main iorcc of th nrmy, SERVICE RESUMED 'ATUS, March jnnii service froa France" lo Grtece, Turkey, Egypt an Syria has rc-catnbUMicd. j malls for HICEO the. fir jfilnce the Pi-mEsUce, left Vcrsalllf i yesterday, one to {'onstAiitir.oplo at: (ho Urt othor for Ale andrla and thence through [o LAST TIMES TONIGHT t "THE BETTER 'OLE" Your Last Opportunity to Sec This Great Piclurc. MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHE PRESENTS GEORGE LARKIN Who Appeared in "Hands Up" AND BETTY COMPSON IN "THE BORDER RAIDERS" ALSO "Wolves oi Kullwr" AND. A' GOOD COMEDY COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT. "A Soul In Trust" "Lure of the Ckcus" "Untamed Ladies" NEXT WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS The Startling Morality Play MONDAY AND OLDEST LAW" With June ElvWge______________________ MONDAY WINNER NIGHT En Gold Given Away, WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY PRISCILLA DEAN IN "SHE HIRED A HUSBAND" This Ts a Big Special. WEDNESDAY STORE NIGHT FRIDAY-SATURDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in PICTURE IN THE PAPERS" OF THE CIRCUS" ire dared (o lore lie cjaujtiter of the richest man in town. There's a thrilling auio in "Thirty a Week." The world's riaredevii drivers in action at Sheepshead Bay, Mew York. HERE MONDAY THE GREAT NAZIMOVA IN "EYE FOR EYE" AJESTIC THEATRE LEN S. BROWN, Manager. OLIVER MOROSCO Preseris CHARLOTTE GREEN W OR, JOY! She's Comjng to Lelhbrldgt, runnier Than Ever. IN THE SPEED OF MUSICAL oatan-t LONG LETTY FROM START TO P1NISH, WITH THE FAMOUS CALIFORNIA BEAUTY CKORUt OWN ORCHESTRA PRICES Sic ;