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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 191S fUE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ITEfiALD PAGE FIVE A8HING}r(pN,v Nov. zr.-At ,. jjsldeht Wllsori's peraonal re- , naeft the British and French gov- ' ylei'nments will relax all centor-ship on all new� dIspatcVies com-in'a to the United States, on the I .aubject of the^^eace conference. Ijlt.was o'fficfiftly announced today, ]i ^hat dispatches to Arrierlcan news-i papers Informing them of the pro-|j taress of peace negotiations will' ; take second-pi.ice only to official governinent business.' Under the government's newly acquired con-tr|oi of the cables, official business .will come first, then news and tf^en commercial business. PLANS.INIHEU.S. . WASHINGTON, N'ov. 27.-Rocon- Irnctlon plana, in the opiufoii oC Sec-retajry of Agriculture Houston, should Jiiclude resumption of highway construction uudor tho federal aid road act,, creation of a wysteiu ot personal credit unions for farmers, systoniatic. supervision of land settlement, provisions for safeguarding the rights of tenants and eucourageniont of farm ownership, coutlnuatlon of government isupervisiou of stocltyards and related 'industries, and extension ot the bone-fits of modern medicine and sltnlta-tlon to rural districts. ^ You will NEVER get xiil of that p�ii� in tlia back uctil jroiir kidney* ore pertormlnfc thoir proper function. Ttk* IWILLGOBACK ]:.,ONDON, Nov. 27.-(Assoolated Press.^)-Tho former crown prjnce has not seen or heard from his father for weeks up to tlio time he was taken to tho Island of Woirlngeu, according to im interview lio gave to nev/spaper-iiien while on his way through Holland to his present homo In the Zuy-der Zee Islands. He said that his wife would remain in Germany. "A change Is coming in Germany, l)Ut one hafi to be caroful^ahout prophesying," he replied to a auestion as to what he thought of the revolution in Germany. "Will you return to Germany?" was the next question. "Yes, when the situation changes, but when." Herr Kredorick William broke off to teallty to the excellence of the food in Holland. "Many people hero do not think so," some one interjected. "Oh. I think it is fine," said tho former crown prince. "Anyhow T am a small eater and do not want to get tat." , , , {fold Iv desltn vsrywkft*. 60e. a 1)0�. _ HOW MANY BEANS 11^ THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. conSljtics WASHIN'GTOX', N'ov. 27.-Control of politics in eastern PennsylvanlM liy brev/ers through a political organization headed by Senator Penrose and tlie operations of which serve the interests of anthracite operators, was alleged today at the senate luanufact-iirerSi committee investigation of the fuel situation by William Wllhelra oi PottsvIUe, Pa. Tho witness told the committee of experiences in numor-ous law suits against mine owners to prove his assertion. He charged that brewers, dominating politics in Schuylkill County, controlled the election of judges. EARNED BIG SALVAGE SYD.NT3Y, N. B., Nor. 27.-The steamer Afghan Prince, which stranded on the Porchu shoal early this year, broke up during the recent storm and disappeared. Because had the unusual enterprise to haul xiy. and put her private mark upon a number of drums of alcohol which weni part ot the Afghan Prince's cargo and whicli she observed drifting ashore near her home at Forchu, a women of nearly 80 years in a few hours earned over $400 salvage money. Tho Afghan Prince went ashore early in August while proceeding from a Uulipil States port for Sydney for convoy across to England. She had a general cargo. There was no loss of life. Soap Saves Them Your woollens must be made to last 08 lonjj as possible-it's a war time duty. Suniifiht Soap is the purest and best of all laundry soaps so it's the safest cleanser-and its the most economical because, beinf! pure, it takes less to do the wash than common soaps. Grocers always sell Sunlight. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. Toronto, Ont. real era n receivership BERNE, Nov. 27,-(Havas) - Reiterated reports of outrages by German soldiers in eastern Poland have been received in official Polish oiroles In Switzerland. The troops are looting and burning all along their way and treating the inhabitants cruelly, it Is declared. Strong protests to Warsaw have been made from the affected region, THREATioTo , ySEGiSONIHta NEW YORK, Nov. -.ir-Thrcals of the use of macjilnc Kiiiis I)y the police on soldiers, snildrs rn.'ijiiiinir the e!"orl.'; of the police to preveiu lawlrps at tcks was contained in u U'.Upa- sent by Police Commissioner Eiiriglit to Mayor Hylan today ,and I'oruarded by the mayor to the federal uulhoritles in letters of protest against di.sordorly conduct Ijy men in tho scrvico attending recent meetings of Socialists liorc. TED U mi OEIECIIVE AlONTREAU Nov. 27.-Tlie Herald ' today publishes the following: ! "During the past four and a half years tho newapaperis ot tho world ^ have been compelled to carry heavy ' burdens. The cost of every item ot i the administration has risen by leaps and bounds until the total cost has been, for a long time, out of all proportion to tlie revenue. Hundreds of newspapers have suspended publication; hundreds of others have been merged with other journals. "The Herald find the increasi;Mg-cost and the accumulated burden beyond endurance and has submitted to a receivership." TORONTO, Nov. :iT.-Frank .Mc-Cullough was committed for trial by tho magistrate Ihi.s morning on Hie charge of murdering Detective Williams oa Nov. 19. Detective Cronyn testified that the prisoner, after hi.s arrest, said: "1 shot him, I'm prepared to meet the consequences. I'll a man. No tears will go to the gallows with uie. EAT ONE TABLET AND G Pape's Diapepiiin Instantly Relieves a Distressed, Upset Stomach. Iiumps of undigested food causing t)aln. When your stomach is acid, sassy, sour, or you have flatuence, lieartburn, here is Instant relief-No valting! just aa soon as 'you eat a tablet or two ot Papo's Dlapepsln all that dyspepsia. Indigestion and stomach distress ends. These pleasant, harmless tablets of Papa's Dlapepain never fail to'make sick," upset stomachB feel flife ftt once, and they cost very little at drug stores.-Advertisement. daly enters on s CUBA'S DELEGATION NEW YORK, Nov. 27.-Cuba's delegation to the world peace conference arrived here today on their way to France, for, which thoy will sail shortly. , TANKERS COIVIING HOME OTTAWA, NOV. 27.-At the militia department It w^s stated that the second Canadian tank battalion is now on its.Avay honiff.LThc first tank battalion is not coming at present, and the date of its return could not he learned. PICTURES /or CHRISTMAS We Have a Shipment of DOUBLE A SPECIAL CONVEX' GLASS AND OVAL FRAMES without a flaw. Those cannot be bought now, so we advise any who have pictures to frame to do so before Christmas. We would alsb like to sho-w you our large display of pjoturea. These mojlte a very acceptable Christmas gift. We liave a shipment of DOLLS HEADS DIRECT FROM JAPAN aud some very fine -work in ITALIAN MARBLE, You may find just wliat you want in our Christmas novelties. The Alberta Picture " Gallery Artistic Picture Framing ' Hull Block Phone 1724 OTTAWA, Nov. 27.-H. J. Daly, whoso appointrnent as director of the repatriation and employment commit-: tee of the DoiUi.aion government was i.anuounced today, has already under-f taken his duties and has gathered to-jgether the heads of all departments j concerned in the work of re-absorp-: tion for the purpose ot co-ordinating and defining their activities. He is  to make a report immediately on the condition ot tho government depafj't-inents for the work. FRENCH LOAN IN CANADA. MONTRKAL, Nov. 27.-The l^rench government will -shortly announce the flotation of a' loan in Canr-la, presumably with a view to providing credits for the purchase ot materials to enter into tho reconstruction work in France. CAN ADMINISTER DUTIES WHILE ABROAD WASHINGTONi Nov. 27. - No weight is attached" by President Wilson to the argument of critics of his plans to attend the conference that upon crossing the sea he loses the right to perform executive duties and must allow them to devolve upon the vice-president. It. was said officially today that the presfdent will administer the duties of bis office as completely aboard .ship and from Paris as though he were in the United States. 'FLU IN JAMAICA , TELEGRAPHERS STRIKE ATLANTA. Ga., Nov. 27.-Representatives of the Order of Railroad Telegraphers meeting here and at Chicago today voted to call a strike effective Dec. '>, unless their original demands arc granted by the railroad administratiou. "To help make strong, keen, red-blooded Americans there Sb nothintr in my experience which, 1 have found so vahi-Jible as organic iron-Nuxated Iron," says Dr. James Francis Sullivan, formerly physician of Bellevuc Hospital (Outdoor Dept.). New York, and tho �Westchester County Hospital. Nuxated Iron often Increases the stren^ and endurance of weak, nervous, run-down people, in two weeks' time. It is now beinir used by over three million people annually, including such men as Bon. Ixislie M. Sfaawi/onnerl/ Seen- tsry of tho Treasury'and ex-Govo>-ior of Iowa; for-- mer United States Ssnttor and Vice-Presidential nominee, Charles A. Towne; General John lu Clem (Retired), the drummer boy of Shilob, who was me^geKnt in the United States Army when only 12 years of aEe; also United States Judgu G. W. Atkinson of the Court of Claima of Washineton. and others. ..-Nu-vated Iron is dispensed by all good druggists everywheis. SOLD IN THIS CITY BY J. D. HIQINBOTHAM � CO., LTD., DRUGGISTS. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal $118.45 IN Eastern Canada Corresponding Faras to Otiier Eastern Points Trans-Canada to Toronto $103.20 Double ^^K^ Double Daily I^^B^ ^'^''y Train BTOifCT Train Service ^j^^^y^ Service y/jUW ggfe^ Comfortable Travel on ________.______ the World's Greatest Highvi/ay Compartment Observation Cars, Standard and Tourist Sleepers. Excellent Dining Car Service. tlcketi" sold during December are good for 60 daye. Extension will be granted by a payment of $5.00 for each extra fifteen ^days. F^R FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. NEW Y'ORK, Nov. 2G.-An epidemic of influenza, which has brought practically everything to a standstill aud caused many deaths, Is raging in Jamaica, according to passengers who arrived here today on the American steamship Jose from Kingston. NAB SNEEZERS AND COUGHERS Portland to Prosecute Those Who Offend on Streets � SETS ASlbE ORDER TORONTO, Nov. 27.-because an ordei' in council has been issued at Ottawa, covering commercial relations betwepu Canada and Petrograd, Justice Ross thi.'; morning set aside an order made by Registrar George M. Lee, �whi'e acting as master-in-chaml)-ers, to examine by a commission Granrl Duke Snrgius of Russia in connection �with ammunition contracts  between one iMeckle and the Canada Car company. At the time the order was given no mention was made by the lawyers of the order-in-councll. PORTLAND, Nov. 24.-Appearing on Wie street with a cold will be a misdemeanor as long as there is iullueuza in the city, according to announcement by City Physician Parrish today. Dr. Parrish says persons convicted of leaving their homes while coughing or sneezing will-tie prosecuted as being a menace to public health. The influenza situation was better today. One death was reported Saturday night, and one today. There are only 62 cases of the disease in the Auditorium hospital, two ot which were sent in today. Dr. Parrish expressed conviction that tho crest of the epidemic was well past. SAVs PRELATE FOILED HUNS Chicago.-The late Archbishop John Ireland frustrated a plot to mako the Roman Catholic church in the United States a tool of Germany; according to Uio Rev. .Charles McGinuis ot St. Paul, in an address recently. "John Ireland," he said, "discovered an attempt to start a German-Austrian movement throughout the country which would have established German and Austrian Catholics in colonies in vax'lous parts of the nation. When war ciime the church would have been placed In the position of harboring priemy ' aliens. ~" ! "The project had gone so far that ambaasadpi'B had almost convinced Pope Leo XIII. that the. movement was all right, but John Ireland slipped away from St. Paul without any announcement of his? destination," went to Rome and convinced the pope that the movement v/as dangerous and . th� latter pronounssd against it." AID DEMOBILIZATION MONTREAL, Nov. 27.-Corp. R. H. Ball, of the Royal Air Force, a former -westeni athlete, who has been in the local recruiting office ot-tho Royal Air Force for the past year, left last night for Toronto to assist in demobilization ot the force. Corp. Ball, previous to enlisting, was prominent in sporting circles in Vancouver. CHARGE AGAINST 'PEG ELECTRIC COMPANY AVINNII'EG, Nov, 27.-Clain>lng lliat tho Winnipeg Electric Railway coni-pany Is Holling commorclal light anil power below cost and l'o.stering the deficit in the stroct . Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are aLsobest for liver and bowel trouble. Stmtjord, 0�(.-"Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-Bcription was n great help to me. Dui-iog an oxpectant period I became all run-down, weak and nerv-oua and oould not eat-was nauseated. I also Buffered with backaehcs. I Tra� a complete week nnd was do-wn sick in bed when I began taking 'Favorite Prescription.' I aoon Com. menced to feel stronger ftnd it finally restored . , *� health and jrrength. I could do all my work and (ell fine. I had practically no sufTariug and my baby vriis atrnng �nd healthy.-Mrs. Thoman BurleiiJx, 306�ri�St. AT STARLAND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. *3 GRAHAM WAFERS Crisp, golden-brown squares of nourishment. SomJVor BiSGuir A most appe'.Izingly flavored Soda Biscuit-salted or plain-in triple sealed packages. . North Vest Biscuit Co. edmonton Reeina IJMITCD Saskatoon C&lKary ^ Vancouver CANADA FOOD BOAFO LICENSE � No. 71-482 2S THE HEALTHY THEATRE DO YOU KNOW? Not one ot our staEl contracted the 'Flu, although we were open five days after the first Closing order. The theatre is swept and sprayed with disinfectant twice daily, and Is well ventilated with' ' nature's own system, fresh air, assisted by an electric exhaust fan, the impure air belnir carried off at the celling. We have thoroughly renovated the house. AU wood-work has been re-palnted, Uio theatre has heon re-decorated, the floor thoroughly scrubbed, and everything done to make it the most neat and healthy place la town. We are opening on Friday and will run a continuous performance Friday aud Saturday from 3.00 to H.OO p.m.. We are coiv tinning to use PARAMOUNT ANDARTCRAFT PICTURES THE OPENING BILU BEING Sessue Hayakawa IN  The Honor of His House AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN MOONSHINE A fWO-REEL BURLESQUE ON', THE MOVIES. WATCH THE SUB-TITLES, IN THIS AND LAUGH YOUR HEAD OFF. DOORS WILL BE OPEN AT 1.30 FRIDAY. REGULAR PRIPES, MATINEES, CHILDREN,'5c. FREE LIST IS ABSOLUTELY BUS-PENDED. WE ARE TOO MUCH THE LOSER. . ALSO GREAT PHOTOPLAYS FEATURE "THE DUCHESS OF DOUBT" With Emmy Wehlen GOOD COMEDIES " COLONIAL ORCHESTRA PRICES: Matinee Dally at 2.30 -Adults 25c, Children 10c; Niflhta-7 to 11-Adults 50c, Children 25c. TMPRESC MJ BegioDiBg FRIDAY IJ WITH MATINEE EVERY PATRIOT SHOULD SEE THE LEGION of .... DEATH STARRING EDITH STOREY Metro's Great Special Production of the RUSSIAN REVOLUTION $1,000,000 REWARD for any germ, alive or dead, good or bad, or indifferent, found inside the Empresn Theatre after it re-opens. We laid down a barrage of disinfectant and they all unconditionally surrendered, ?51518 02822724 ;