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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 1MB DAILY HER ALT PAGE FIVE Went Wilton ptreonalfy will lead the American delegation to the peace Thle wae an nounced officially tonight at the White The other mem of the delegation will be Robert tecretary of etate Henry former ambaeeador to APraffce and Italy former chief of ttaff of the and now American mili tary representative on the tu preme war council at Exact Statue Not JFlMd 30Off clals Idlcated today that the White House pnouncoment of the United atates Epresentativos to tho peace confer lice purposely left in doubt the Ract status of the representatives the president had not been Uy informed of tho exact formali Ics to bo Secretary Lansing was chosen to lead but the question or vhcther the president himself would e considered a part of the delega Icm will be determined by tho couise f the other heads of the great gov In Wilson arf presi lies all the power that will he xoVcised on the part of America in and tho delegates act as a unit In rith his the only question nvoived so far as ho is concerned icing one of Leaving AlunceLorralne is BlowSome Suffer ing Reported m SPEECH AT Pays Fine Tribute to the French Soldiers and Nation at Din net Given by President hundred thousand Ger mane In Alsaco and Lorraine have be gun to experience suffering which eq if it not thatiwlilch the Germans have inflicted upon the natives during tho past 48 years A great many of tUem who are holding public offices find their occupations suddenly Many others who wore employees of the public ad are living In dally feni ot discharge and the necessity of leav ing the In addition to these apprehensions the Germans feel anguish tho idea of leaving Alsace and While the Germans succeeded in giving new er parts of towns like Metis a Teutonic architectural aspect and have given Gorman tone to town so far as they these Germans who immigrated or settled as func tionaries or merchants have themsel ves undergone They now strongly prefer the two provinces to They have ceased to be but have not become They have not ac quired French because they have lacked the necessary social con tact with tho but they have forgotten some of their German ideals and have grown to regard highly Al sace and Lorraine and be solicitous for their With a patienger Hat of in cluding 126 and R greater number off the re mainder women and the Canadian Pacific railway liner Megantic docked at Weet John thit The Stan with 600 soldlera on it but may not dock until owing to Ipck of dock GASOLINE OFF om4f An unequalled Soda Biscuit Serve when and how you or Plain Worth West Biscuit Limited Edmonton SMkatoon Vancouver CAHADA FOOD LICENSE 11182 of restrictions ou the retail sale of gasoline is announced by the fuel Dealers continue to do business as in the The recent regulalions were adopted following upon an investi gation and report by McFall of the cost of living branch ot the de partment of Since then a further investigat on and report has been made by and as the conditions which necessi tated regulation of the gasoline trade have now been removed by the ces sation ot the an orderincouncil has been passed on the fuel con trollers recommendation entirely cancelling the present regulations Dealers may now sell gasoline wlOv out license from the fuel cpntrollei and the fees already paid will re turned to the PREPARE FOR PARIS wireless the dinner given the Elysoo Palace Thursday in hon ni of KliiK the In pro posing tHohoklth of Irnslnnt Poln care said is dinicult for me adequately to express the great pleasure on In being vour guest here ii this fair dty of Iarln and In the mnls of the great nation with which past years I and my people have nmig led our sorrows and our joys and now crowned by ovci whelming virlory over tho common Wo can all remember the repealed desperate efforts by tho Germon armto to roach and capture this great thanks to the bravery of the splendid army and the loyal epop oration tho tho aims ol he enemv have been defeated and by the skmtul direction and strategy of he distinguished Field Marshal tho troops of the invaders have been hurled across the frontier and com pelled to sue lor Mr I congratulate you and the noble French nation upon the great victory has been in which my generals and armies are proudto have taken part the o and death conflict In vrtnish our nat ions have been together engaged foi ctvlliailloii and for right against the methods of barbarism and the foiccs of French and BntiMi people have learned In unity of pur pose to appreciate each other and their respective They have created a union of hearts and an identity of interests tbat I trust will ever grow closer and con tribute materially to the consolidation of peace the advancement civ let me add one word ot sympathy for those heroic Frenchmen and Frenchwomen who hive suffered at the bands of the invader such as few have except in And let us not the immortal ead whoso names will ever be hrincd in one of the most glorious ages in the history of the My soldiers have fought during all hese years of relentless war side by ide with the soldiers of vhose valiant deeds have added fresh ustro to their immortal The sailors of our two navies have to gether the seas in a comradeship and mutual trust which the length ot the war itself has only served more and more to foster and to J With all my heart I thank you for vour friendly feelings and the terms in which you bave proposed my Accept also my cordial thanks for your generous hospitality and for the opportunity you have afforded me in these evermemorable days of victory to pay my respectful homage to the French Dl6ERlURKSIN EVERY ONE OF US We of Deadly POMOIM At A Germ AUTOINTOXICATION OR SELFPOISONING KINO GEORGE GOES TO FRONT King George of Great Britain and the Prince of and Prince who have been in oince departed this mornlna for the front They vjere welcomed at the railway station by a cheering President Premier Clemen eeau bade the royal party fare well at the What the Press Agents Say of ilin Mighffi bill will vivntid in every with four concert gird big photoplay Shows to nirht sharp 7 find For Tuesday ami dnv another splendid program The vnmttvllln M will be headed by Miss Cenllo Kll i Hi intensely 1la I Mhi is given ample scnprto iliiiliv liiT wonderful emotional tnl misViiie nally anlVeciate abilitv will enjoy this vlncwl tho boy will never amoniit lies full of fool notions boy according to olt I man s wn of thinking and his chtet dls in an a pool Nvhrn dnd tells him to KO uvnv and rpturn with iron the who labors tho namn of comes to He es HP falls in And fulling in love ho rustles up a of ambition to amount to some thing for he knows lhat there vill no BIIV wpddlnK bells tor him un he manages to mako a succoas FRUITATIVES Absolutely Pre vents This The chief cause of poor health is our neglect of tho Waste instead of passing from the lower intestine regularly every is allowed to remain t generating poisons which arc iiliHoibed by the In other n person who is habitually is poisoning We know nowthat Auto due to nonaction of the is directly for serious Kidney and that it upsets the causes Loss of Appetite and Sleeplessness that chronic Rheum Pain In The nro relieved as soon as the bowels become regular and that Pi in and other Skin Affections disappear vhen Fnntiitlvcs are taken to correct Fruitafives prated you against Autointoxication because this wonderful fruit medicine acts uirectly on all the eliminating a 6 for trial size At all or sent on receipt of price by AT THE Tonight for tho last lime win Legion of Sc wonderful that preyed Russian See the nn howilchiiiK Mary Mac wHlappear in the Iv attractive play X What does a loaf of broad mean in Keliafler and Horde will PVKr will offer a new singing sp remaps a few Sme Hunks of nd with lots of sugar on for th for your poached And To Marv MacLarai a loaf of bread meant tho dividing be nveeit her honor and a life of shame It was her life preserver in a whirl UK seething sen of It was rocic of cleft for when the beneath her wow photoplay program will IIP head oiuof the IoatiiriM offered thnn Kir Johnstono lorhes the EnRlwh supporlrd by Ihn urea All Knglish company ever asfjeml lPM 1pndpn famous play Musks lood comedies will com together with nn o by HIP Colonial How no aons it is delightfully ST and HO amusing that one warms up with sympathy for ho young Washhurn made ft biK in whrn appearedin Sklnnois Snil and followed that with Twenty nut It a certainty that ho wi I hU previous record with a cofnedy will bo shown I he same FORAtMLICl j AH of South Germany and Rhine sands benea sinking leaving her tp lac he river or tho rouge pots of Youll rave over thw MacLaren Kvelyn who created Dorothy Phill 4reat A Soul for ha lei sapped the story from ho innermost confines of her Ida May I aik nut everv of her famous fem nlne SIB into translating this into photoplay and Mary MacLaren seems to have thrown herself soul and body Into this latest as she ias done never Its Its Tt tugs atthe heart It thii 11s Sometimes it See it on Monday at the Empress AT THE A capacity house greeted the open ing of the new Colonial Theatre laht nielit Every Hem on the bill met vith the hearty approval of the aud whilst the new appearance of the theatre proved to be a source ol much pleasure to the first night pal AT BUSINESS MEN WILL LIKE KIDDER Business men of this IV those who have achieved success the facn of handicaps and largely by n force of advertising and live methodswill find a lot of whole Home enjoyment in Kuldur fc Ko tho Pathe play that comes to Stai land on Monday and Drynrt Wiuihburn appears m tho Ho is the son of an old flVap vho lives in Maine and who ioKrel along for many years an a can Ho sticks to tho old ways of doing business but manages to amass considerable He ends the son to college hut is con LAST TIME3 SESSUE HAYAKAWA IM T THE HONOUR OF HIS AND FATTY ARBUCKLE II2 N MOONSHINE Provinces Would Join With Bavaria FEW CENTS DESIROYS YOUR DANDRUFF AND STOPSJAP HAIR tave Your Hair Make It Thick Wavy and Try Thltl Wilfrid Laurler is communicating with the Liberal tot each prov asking them to select represen tatives to consult and confer with him and the other Liberal members I of tho house of It is ex pected that delegates will be pres ent to the number of about as Prince Edward 4 Nova 10 10 Qae bee 24 32 10 10 and British Columbia The number de signated for each province may not i be so large as but the proper will be about as bere Sir Wilfrid will aslc that these dele Kates consult and advise with him self and the other Liberal members of the house for a numher of so as to make a survey of the im mediate and pressing conditions of and set out plans to deal with as well as submit an out line of the procedure to be followed a assembling national L beral convention at a date to be selected after the delegates and members of parliament have opportunity to con suit the local PERSONNEL OF WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE personnel ofthe national war savings commit tee was announced by the minister of finance Sir Herbert Ames has been appointed chairman ot the Following are the names of tho members of the committee as officially given out today Sir Herbert chairman Campbell Vancouver Calgary Re Kina John Winnipeg George M London Sir George Ottawa Montreal W M Montreal De Quebec Sir Douglas Hon Murdock Charlotte own Thomas presi entof Trades and Labor Congress f secretarytreasurer Ko ninion Educational ut the Bavarian nas declared in a speech that he is ready to take all the consequences of a conflict with the German the result of he would bo that Bavaria would bo able to act in which case the Rhine provinces and the whole ot south Germany Will support says the Berlin correspondent of the Ber lin National The same cor respondent quotes Herr the I minister to the of as saying that the ideal of the em pire should be but that no Berlin dictatorship be toler Ladies Why Keep Corns Lift a corn or callus right off without one bit of AIIIIUDEOOT TPEG ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE EMPRESS Tonight for the Last Tima The Wonderfully Dramatlo The Legion of Death Received with enthusiasm by those saw it last A picture attuned to the times which no one should colorleBg and hair is mute evidence of a nerfeete icalpof danuruffithat awful scurf There is nothing deitructlve t hair as U robs the hair ito its strength and its very eventually producing ss and itching of the not tte in shrink loosen and then the hair out f A little Danderine tonlglitnowany timewill surely to any suggestion of an increase in the street car fares until the street rai way management has produced al its books and shown the public o Winnipeg every detail Its financial will bo the attitude in 191 of Winnipegs Charles as expressed in an interview He wants the company to separate the finances of its three light and power ad street so as to clarify the situ Gray was elected mayor Yes You truly can llf off every bard sof corn or corn beVween the asi well as hardened calluses on bottom of without one bit of A genius in Cincinnati discovered It is an ether compound and tiny bottles of this magic fluid can now be had at any drug store for a few Apply several drops of tills freezone upon a tend er aching corn or a cal lus instantly all soreness disappears and shortly you find the corn or callus so shriveled and loose that vouillft it off with the fing ers You feel no pain while applying freezone or after Just think Ko more corns or calluses to torture vmi ind they go without causing one Also a Good Christie EDITH STOREY in LEGION ONMIONDAY Mary MacLaren In Spwltl Bread The Intimate IM gilded of The expowre of how betutiful girls live and i i ii i MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHE BRYANT WASHBURN KIDDER easma bottle of pauderine from any drug store or toilet pointer and after the first application you hair will take on that lustre luiuriance which is so SAYSEXECUTIVE ONLY TALKED The HOldiers council ot greater at a stormy plenary today expressed dis with the appointment of an executive council ot men by adoptlnc resolution appointing a representative from each of the seven regiments stationed in Berlin to weigh charges aBRlnBt the executive council if to reform the The charges had been by the soldiers council of the rd Corps wh cb tat the COLONIAL SOUTHERN ALBERTAS FINEST THEATRE w all over the HOW MANY IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away Victory Bond lor the nearest t fcw LAST TIMES TONIGHT Saturday THE PLAYERS VAUDEVILLE MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ANOTHER GREAT BILL 4 4 HEADED BY CECILLE ELLIOTT AND IN THE BUYER counc o e declared among other things that the executive council talked InstoaiT of acting U was also stated that the executive had shamefully the high aims of the failed to effect cooperation with tue sol diers in otter parts of failed to protect the eastern hindered orderly and prac tical It is better for a man to do a little kicking than to develop iuto a human GREAT PHOTOPLAY BILL Metro SuperFeature THE DUCHESS OF DOUBT vvith bewitching EMMY WEHLEN SOPRANO EXTRA SPECUL AND GOOD COMEDIES COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Nights AdulU 50c PRICES Children 25c Children 10c WE PAY WAR TAX ;