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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 11, 19tl� THE LEfTHBRfbrrR DAILY HERALD page ftvk OUiEN MARIE OF WILL NEVER GIVE IN London, i\fny 11.-The signiiiK -of llu! treaty of poacc brtwcon Of-rniiiny aiid Runmniii will Ijc, by no nioiuiH lliti last (ictlon In tlu! Itiiniiuiliin IniKcdy. acoordiiiK to tlio view (niricnt lu'ic' Tho aiinoundoinont liy Gornuin nnws-Piipors tlmt Qncon M.irld woiilj ratlinr iibdirato tliiin rclKii ovor Uu> country undor tlio German peaci^ conditions is licid to l)o a-caHo of tho wish iirol))il))y boInK father to the IhnuKht. The Qun(!n waH largely instiiiinenlal in brinfilnf? Ituninnia into I lie war on tlio side of tho allies and kIu! has fouRlit stubbornly for many niontlm to avi'rt ' poaco. Kvoii now that jK;a(;G has been I signed, It Is predicted, she wfll con- ' tinue to be a forniidabln obstacle in the patli of tho Germans plans for "penetration." In a talk with tho Associated Press correspondent at ,(a.ssy the day before his departure from Uiat city. Queen ]\Iario said; "I shall never heconio roeonclled to tho humlllatlnR peace with Germany, never. And I hope, ii\4J(!ed I luicw, tliat I .shall have tho .support of Ainoricans ns well as Rumanians In contlnuinK tho flRht against the invader. The time is a critical one for Rumania, but rvo know aro right and our courage is undaunted. AVo have borne great har SPLIT IN REICHSTAG London, May 11.-Tho likelihood of a split in the Centrist party, one of the most powerful in the reichstag of which Chancellor Von llort-ling Is a member, is discus.'ied in Horlin newspapers, an Amsterdam dispatdi to the Exchange Telegraph reports. Dissension Ims arisen over Uio cliancellor's eastern policy. Tho newspapers say the anti-llertling faction, Iioaded by Mathias Erzehorgcr, may be able to cause tlio chancellor's fall. ? : > EMCIST DRIVE KING'SlSSi TOTflESliES 'London. May 11.-Kiui; George is scniling tho following tucssago. of welcomt! to each ofl'icir and man of tho American forces pa.ssing through England; "Soldiers of the liiited States: Tho Urltiah of the i-.iitirih isles welcome you on your way lo take your stand beside tho army of ilie many nations now fighting in ihc old world tho great battle for ii'iiuan freedom. "Tho allies will nnin nev.- heart and spirit in your ciiiuiiiniy. 1 wish I could shake lianils with o.icli one of you and bid yon Cod speed on your mission. (Signed) "I'.corge, R. I." WILL FIGHT London, IV!.-y -it.-Word that fighting is to be resumed in the Ukraine has been received' from Lleqe, Belnium. T> e p.i.---iin cavalry detachments are said to have arrived at mat ciiy. �and by the nldllly to impart an almost electrical impulse to tlio men with whom ho crfihes in contact In! ills biisinrss, lie bad always wanted to' "do flomctliing" bigger than nnyony the I'^irsi Xa-lional Isxhibitors' rircult. Charlie Chai)lin is baid to have utill/.cd a furniture, most of it is broken in one of the most thrilling hand to hand fights ever staged for a mAtion picture camera, lie battles with six Italians, throws liis opponents against vases, oil paintings, walls, out of windows, and left a sorry looking Throne Room after he cleaned up tho gang. Tile thrills are well spaced between nco. Comedy and Ono of the most unusual theatrical L ^"^!n- ture of a jnonoer. parts for ?20.00 a day, wbidi lliev turned over to tho Rod Cross Fund of Belgium. Tom Sawyer, I\Iark Twain's famous boy hero, is to appear on the screen of Starland tonight.- The role i.s play-ed by clover .Jack Pickford, wlio has William Fox, tho financier and own- hecome famous as a portrayer of boy or ot "The DauKJiter of tho Gods," was | parts in Paramount pictures, such as a man of liumlile beginning who has r'Frockles," "The Dummy," "Seven-grown to be one of the biggest factors toon" and others. In screening "Tom WOULD IT GIVE YOU CONFIDENCE ,TO KNOW THAT THE-MOLINE : TRACTOR IS MADE IN THE LARGEST TRACTOR PLANT IN THE WORLD, AT THE RATE OF EIGHTY A DAY. COL LABAIT Ottawa, May It.-Colonel R. H. Lttbatt, it is understood, resigned his position on the Board of Pension Commissioners. Official announce-|^ment Js expected to be made shortly. Tho full disability pension granted to him has boon recently subject to crltlciam in the House.  PEACE NEGOTIATIONS London, May 11.-A RuBslan government wireless dispatch announced that peace negotiations with the Ulc-ralno have commenced. It soys that hoatililles have ceasert on the Veron-ek, Kara and Brlnak fronts and that a lino of demarcation has been established. It is expected, says tho dispatch, that tho RuBslau delegation' will shortly meet the Gormau-Ukraln-iun delegation and sign a peace. VICTORY FOR MEN Washington, May 11.-S. J. Konen-kamp, president of tho Commercial Telegraphers' Union, today declared the appointment by the War Labor Hoard of Former President Taft and Frank P. Walsh, as mediators between the Western Union and Postal Companies and the operators, a victory tor tho men; ^ ARE FINISHED Vancouver, B. C, May 11.-Chief .Tustlc.o .1, D. Hazon, Mr. G. ,T. Dos-burata and M5'. W. A, Found, tho representatives of (ho Dominion on tho International Fishorios Commission, have returned to Vancouver from Sottttle where the last public sittings of the commission on the Pacific Coast were held on Friday. Thoy will proceed to Ottawa on Monday. in one of our great industries. Unlike many men who become financiallv important, William Fox has no desiro to forget, or linve others forgot his beginnings. He liud risen from virtual poverty by the hardest kind of work Standing for Service at Taylor Milling Co. Yards REGISTERED SHORT' HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDES-DALE STALLION (ROYAL DESCENT) DO YOU, KNOW THAT GENERAL*^ SUPPLIES /. LIMITED, CALGARY, : : HAVE SOLD MORE MOLINE WHEEL TRACTORS IN TWO MON,THS THAN WERE SOLO BY ANYONE ANYWHERE IN CANADA, IN TWICE THE LENGTH OF TIME, THE FIRST YEAR OF INTRO-DUCTI0N7 YOUNG SIBERIAN WArCHeS OVER OUAVE OF HER PARENT. Sawyer" none of tho familiar details have been left out. It is all there, from tho start, .where Tom "licks" the si.ssy-boy and steals the jam, to the finish, �wliere he and Huck Finn run away together and return only in time to attend their own funeral services, thus avoiding tho well-deserved thrashings. SPECIAL ATTRAfcTION MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "Reaching For The Moon" VETERANS Concert Under Direction of Leo M. Coombs WILL BE GIVEN AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Sunday, May 12th AT NINE O'CLOCK CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA (20 PIECES) WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE UNDER LEADERSHIP OF J. GEO. HARPER SILVER COLLECTION MPRESC I Tonight Last Time 1 � k Prices 32140 ices 32140 Childre'n 15c In His First Jllllion Dollar, Picture ADOG'S LIFE... Our new screen is now installed and v/a guarantee a much clearer picture, Also MISS PEGGY O'HARA In popular songs. - MONDAY NEXT WM. FARNUM In **THE CONQUEROR" NEXT WEEK The Bla Attraction Annette Kellerman in "A Daughter of the Gods" IKELLERMANNX greatestI^'vvomam s^a^iimmerJano star of william fox' ^1.000.000.picture jj TONIGHT Jack Devereaux and Winifred Allen iny - tacan mat's mr Also a Two-Reel Keystone, ALSO Clara Kimball Young "THE TEST' "MARY'S BOOMERANG" , .STflANP COMEDY IT'S GREAT LAST TIMES TONIGHT Paramount PlotureB Present JACK PICKFORD IN *^TOM SAWYER" DON'T MISS IT ;