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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVESiBER 30, 1918 THE LfiTHBHlDGE DAILY HERALD Page FrvE IGEMS BEGIN � - ;%ASHIN power that will be jxerclaed on^ the part ot America in �wo conference, and the . delegates tiust act as a � unit in accordance �iri,th his. direction, the only tiuestipn evolved so fat" as he la concerned (elng, one of form. Leayinir Alflace-Lorraind; J^gReporie* MANY PASSENGERS FROM OLDLAND ST. JOHN, N. B., No(r. 30,- With a paa�enBer lltt of i.aee. In- ' eluding 126 officers ^nd soldiers and >. greater number of the remainder women and children, the Canadian Pacific railway liner Megantic docked at West St. John this rooming. ' The Stan-dlnavlan,,wlth 600 soldiers on board,' is outside, but may not dock until tomorrow, owing to lack of dock accommodation. s a ' -> ''3 -4 :_____ STRASSBttRG, Wednesday, Nov. 27.-Several hundred thousand Germans in Alisace and Lorraine have begun, to experience-suffering which oq-ualSi does not exceed tUattwhlch the'Gernians have inflicted upon the natives during the past 48 yeai^. A great miTny of them who are holding public offices find their occupations suddenly withdrawn. Many  others, who were" employees of the public ad-Jninlstratlons, are living In daily fear o� discharge and the necessity of leav-ing'the country. In addition to these apprehensions, the Germans feel angulsli at the Idea of leaving Alsace and Lorraine. While the Germans succeeded In giving newer, parts of towns like Metz a-Teutonic architectural aspect and have given G�nnan tone to town life, so far as they participated, tliese Germans who Immlgi-ated or settled there, as functionaries br merchants have themselves undergone meatal modifications. They now strongly prefer the two provinces to Germany, They have ceased to be German, but have not become Alsatians. They have, not acquired French culture, because they have lacked- the necessary social contact with the natives, but tBey have forgotten some of their German ideals and have grown to regai-d highly Alsace, and Lorraine an.d be solicitous for their future. An^uiiequalldd So^a Biscuit. Serve ^hen and how you wilU -Salted or^Plain [niifariiiedpackages > G9> Limited "Eamontoii''�' ^ tlttfam.'\, Saskatoon Caltfanr Vancouver %ave Your Halrl Make It Thick, Wavy and Beautiful-. ' Try Thisl Thin, ^brittle; colorleBs and scraEBy lialr is mate evidence ot a negleeted pcalp; of dandruff-ythat awful scurf. ( There Is nothing so destructive to tta hair as dandruff. It robs the hair 8 Its lustre, its strength and its very fH�-,. eventually producing � feverish-Ross and itching of the scalp, which l��not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, 'loosen and die-then the hair falls out fast. A little, Danderlne tonight-now-any- time-will surely (save/our hair.  ' Get a small bottle of KnowUon's Danderlne from any drug store or toilet counter,,and after the first application your hair will take on that;>liCe, lustre arid luxuriance which Is so beautiful. It will become' wavy 'and fluffy and have the appearance ot abundance, an Jhcbmj^rablo gloss and softness; but what will please you most will be after juat a few weeks' use, when you will actually see a lot of fine, downy h^ir !-^hew hair-growing all over t|>e ec^p.-^Adv.Brttsement HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? ' The^Hudeou's Bay Co. Is giving away ft ?100;00 Victory Bond for tlje nearest gitlmate. OTTAWA, Nov. 30.-Removal of 411 restrictions on the retail sale of gasoline is announced by the fuel controller. Dealers may, theref6re, continue to do business as in the past. The recent regulations v/ere adopted following upon an Investigation and report by Dr. McFall of the cost of living branch ot the department of labor. Since then a further Investigation and report has been made by him, &nd as the conditions which necessitated regulation of the gasoline trade have now been removed by the cessation of the war, an order-in-council has been .passed on the fuel con-trtfller's recommendation entirely cancelling the ..present ,"regulations. Dealers may now sell gasoline without license from the fuel controller, and the fees already paid will be. returned to the applicants. 'E'S SPEECh'aT paris Pays Fine Tribute to the French Soldiers and Nation at Din--'her Given by President EVERY ONE OF US We Are A�;Full of Deadly Pohwn�?A� a Germ ;, Laboratory. V^'OTTAWA. Nov. 3�i.-r-Sir WlUrla Laurler is communicating-with the jLfbetal asspHlafllqns W each province, asking them to select representatives to consult and confer with him and the other Liberal members of the house of commons. It is expected that delegates will be present to thei number of 120, about as follows fc, Prince Bdward Island, 4; Nova Scotia, 10; N�w Bruns-wiclc, 10; Quebec, 24; Ontario, 32; Manitoba, 10; iBaskatchewan, 10; Alberta, 10, and British Columbia 101 The number designated for, each province may not be so large as this, but the propor tions will be about a's'here indicated. Sir Wilfrid will ask that these dele-, gates consult and advise with him-' self and'the othel* Liberal members ot the house for a number of days, so as to make a survey of the immediate and pressing conditions of the'country, and set out plans to deal with these, as well as submit an out-' line ot the procedure to be followetl in assombllng the .national Ijlberal convention at a date to be selected after tlie delegates and members of parliament have opportunity to cou-eult the local associations. says EXECUTIVE BERLIN'- Nov. 29.-The* soldiers' council of greater Berlin, at a stormy plenary meeting today expressed dissatisfaction with the appointment of an executive cpuncil of 28 men by adopting a reHoItltton. appointing � . � '. , IN KIDDER & KO. -I i COLONIAL SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S FINEST , THEATRE 1 k Lfi?T TIMES TONIGHT (Saturday) ' THE COLDNIAL PLAYERS VAJJPEVILLE 4 -GLASSY ACTS- 4 HEADED BY CECILLE ELLIOTT AND CO. ! IN "THE BUYER" GREAT PHOTOPLAY BILL Mfetro Super-Feature "TlitE DUCHESS OP DOUBT" I v(ritli bewitch fng EMMY WEHLEN GOOD COMEDIES COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA MONDAY . TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY ANOTHER GREAT BILL Vaudeville & Photoplays CECILLE ELIOTT AND CO. IN THE INTENSELY DRAMATIC,.; �� � � SKETCH BEAUTIFUL ^^C* A nPE*" ELABORATE " COSTUMES rxVJIli SCENERY SCHAFFER AND BORDE IN, "HOW HIGH IS'UP'" JESSJ� GAY SOPRANO! EXTRA SPECIAL SIR JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON Supported by the Greatest*All Englleh Cast Ever AMembled,; In Chas.Rewle'B CelebratedjPlay;.. '^MASKS/AND FA^^i?? OTHER ATTRACTIONS CONCERT orcjuh-*' ^ I � DDirrC. Nights: Adults 50c, Children 25c rIvlLLu* Matinees: Adults 25e, Children lOe WE PAY WAR TAX' , ,.v..'*iW 17 547556 01 ;