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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL THE ticrin-aaxiE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE I town for ihrcu days wilU their new road. offered for tliH pur- pose. Thu tost U to lie made next week aud uill be in of u ot ulial ihcso marinaes j will A rejtrtrsciitallvu of the pro- vlncbl Karernment will be present lo duly Inspect the uiai'hlncs and rcpgrt T. upon thyir u-Jrk. 1C tho test proves License Bylaw Keep Coun-1 satisfactory it is reported tliat a I'll llusv Another Meeting be purchased for this con i stituciu-y and >vlll tm used for Ihe im- proveiuetiti; of our roads. Lit lest the ('ardstun Farming Impruvenienls councilman, 1'rindjjal J. Waller Law. prove td lo rend llio ducunicnL Tho bylaw had nu inDutoiki lille, "The l.i- ByLiw of the Town of Cardstuu." Mr. until bis voice bogaii lo ftide and anther came lo )iis relief. After jjonsy ttn ininuies of more by- law it was suggested (hai thf solicitor take a turn, ami be turned paga after page until someone asked if there could be any me. of. ibis unending "bylaw." Mr. Javobs very suavely aald arc abjul half through, gen- lleint-a; this is a ime-Uuinlred-paKc Then ihcy or waul- Our o-.vn Oi 1 Company will supply their large eugine CAHDSTOX, April regular I gift's 'ho town will supply the, ,te tcln ,omK-H i ed to but the situntbit was saved by L'illors e T eve-it the ui-wn stands lo by tliat another do.-c o[ "bylau" be given Uiu council at Die nexi ineeUng- AnJ Tim usual routine of busi- ness was put through. Ttic rnosi i: ttrestint; item that came up anil on which Is out o: the ordinary was Hi offer of the Ci-iiln Grower i'ojnpauy to give ;t the roads us mielit by cU1 As tlie regular business was pretty ivell finished and the weary council- lors to think their was neur. ilio mild-mannered solidtor unit Mated that there was an liupcrt- I Siii byJaw lo come up this evening Ly the suggesttd tliat the most'scliolarly F. A. ROGERS New and Second-Hand Furniture, Stoves and Ranges Bought and sold in any qmiMtily, Vfe ubo csirry a-line o[ Trunks, Valises and odil linet; uf inerchanJise. Hoys' Cuastera, Wagons and Velocipede's with rubber ttrcs; also carry all hinds of hardware. Give Us a Will Pay You. Phone 13th St., North Lethbridge (Take IJlue Line) THE SAL VA TION ARMY WORLD-WIDE WORK FOR ALL .MISSIONARY. MEDICAL SOCIAL. EDUCATIONAL. RESCUE and SLUM. EVANGELISTIC. Operating in 65 Countries .and Colonies THIS BENEFICENT WORK IS IN URGENT NEED OF FUNDS. WILL YOU PLEASE HELP DURING THE April 20 to May 3rd Contributions Should be sent to Adjt W. Hamilton, POX 281, Lethbridge. the- solicitor a solicitor's sigh when the meeting adjourned. Good Debate Tlje adjourned ru-etirg of the ins Socluly was held tn thoRed Cross I, .Main slrtyi, on Monday evening1. A good-sized and Interested audience the debiitcrs uiion the ques- tion (hat from om; to three years' mlli- tary training Canada. youth of a llnoaiic .was MOOSE JAW, April a special meeting of the clly council last night it was decided to adept the agree- ment otfertxl by a Calgary syndicate to supply the city nitJi natural gas.j This agreement will be submitted to the citizens for ratification on May 19, It provides that the company will supply the sas at the fiiy limits at 20 a thousand cubic plus a reas- onable profit. When the consumption of gas has readied U.vOO.OOO ctilnc feet a day the rnte will be decreased to IS cents a thousand. The confyany was granted a 20-year franchise and not to sell to any other city Tlic graves open anil tbc dead come to life, nnj Iho cemetery is 'ran stormed into a tiovrery bower. The children again meet their grand pamits, long since departed, who their joy that they have apt bu-n forgotten. Hore they also find their brothers and uphold by Messrs. H. Macintosh, 0. Olauit ami J. W. Law, while Messrs. Lceniau, II. U. Hrowii and John S, Smith were the speakers upon the negative side of Ihe question. The learned judges of the debate were barristers. Win. 1-auric and S. II. Xclson, with a business man, Mr. J. Y. Card, for the third party. The debate was very close, and the speakers well-prepared and interesting. The decision was given in favor of the negative side, winning Ijy two points. This is a finii opportunity for the yotinu people, of the ladies and gentlemen, to participate in a really profitable mental exercise. Another question will come up early next month, "SoclallMn vs. which will doubtless bring out some s-trong speakers ami a tig crowd. Great War Veterans to Organize A meeting of Ihose who enlisted in the great war fe ably wltMo a railius at a ,ower rata titan to Moose Jaw. Work wit] be started within GO days of tEie ratifica- tion of the agreement. Irani this called for day evening. Ihe 22nd lust., in tho1 courthouse at 3 o'clock. The purpose is to organize the returned men from the Cardslon district into a very live branch of lli'e Great War Veterans' As- sociation. Every man should be there, as muth good can accomplished for our poldler boys by an association hav- ing every man enrolled and with like bodies throughout the prov- ince. Two Funerals in One Day Seldom do the L'ardston people wit- ness two funerals In ont {lay, but that was the record on Tuesday last; when .Mrs. l.evi Bedell was interred beside her husband, who was burled on the Sunday preceding, anil Mrs. Qrilla Tanner, cr. Hill Spring, was also laid to rest. IJolh of the departed were prepared for burial at the undertaking es- I titblisliment, where the funeral cor- toge was formed in each case. !Mrs. Bedell's funeral was In charge of the WooKord WanI authorities, Hishop A. w. Pitcher in charge, and the remains with the mourners left the undertaking premises shortly after J1 o'clock p.m. for tho tery. The Wooltprd Ward people were well represented upon'this >ad occa- j sion. President tpresent 1 also and inade very cousoling remarks at the grave. At 3. o'clock the fuuerai procession for Mrs. Tanner, in charge, of Bishop P.-P. Fisher, of Hill Spring ward, was formed and .the last sad view taken of the remains. The pallbearers were made up o2 'Messrs. F. P. Fisher, D. Smith and H. A minis', representing ibe lady's home ward, and Messrs. K. W. Jacobs. >1. A. Coombs and S. Williams, representing the Cardston 2nd Ward. where the parents reside. Sonic fif- teen autos followed the hearse to the cemetery, where special music was jiven by the HIM Sprins choir, includ- ing a male quartet, "The Teacher's Work and a duet. Mrs. Tanner, had taught for nearly eiffht years at her home town. The speak- ers, in order, were President Tlios. Duce, Messrs. J. W- I-ow, II. Crow, President Edward J. Wtood and Bishop F. P. Fisher. Tfce Cardstoa Ladies' Relief Society, as'tfaey always do, assisted very ma- terially in the dressing and prepara lion of beautiful young mothers for their last sad journey. Use Our Service AVe have Just Installed the lalcat and moat up-to-date Shoe Repairing Machinery and can accommodate your in workmanship end material. Full Soles and Half Sobs Put on While Yon Wait. O.K. REPAIR SHOP E 7" THIRD AVE. S. 1 1 INCREASE IN TRAIN SERVICE Effective April 2ist Trains 632 and 666 Calgary to Bassnno via Irrlcana, Monday only and trains 667 and 633 Bas- s-ano to Calgary via Irricana, Tuesday only, run as fol- lows: Mon. and Tues. and Thursday Friday 7.15a.m. Lv Calgary Arv.15p.m- 7.00 p.m. Ar Bassano Lv S.OO a.mt Train 655 Suftleld lo Lomond Tuesday only, and 66t Ixmiond to Suffleld, Wednesday only, Mill run as follows: Tues. and Wed.'and Friday Saturday 9.10a.m. Sufflcld Ar 4.30 p.m. C.SOp.m.Ar Lomond Lv7.30a.nl. Train (142 l.ethbridgo to Many- berries, Tuesday only, and Oil Manyucrries to Lelhbridge. Wed- iicsday only, will run as follows: Tucs. and Wed. and Friday Saturday 3.50 a.m. Lv Lclhb'Ro Ar 6.20 p.m. T.liip.TnAr Manyb's Lv 8.IS a.m. For further parilculars apply: MR. J, GORDON, TicKet Agent, Phone 912 THE BLUB J Hit Colonial threi days, startinj Scene from "The at the Personal Mention Jlr. A. Moore, formerly of Cards- ton and .Gleichen, is paying a brief business to Alherta. He now re- sides at Grenada, California, where he removed' for his health. He has never disposed of Ms-land in A Iberia, however, and has a fine farm near Glelclien, a few miles north. The trict he is in requires Irrigation for producing crops. -Alfalfa is the chief or staple farm product. The town enE.rieer, Mr. Oliver Aid- Traa given a. salary raise at last council meeting ant] an npiJiecSi-: tire mention by all for his faithful services. He is tho oldest in point] of service of any town employee. HUB THE MUARC DEAL THEATRE IDEAL ROLE FOR WALLACE REID III ail outdoor iilav, witli the big limber country for a canvas and Trith the lives ot the lumberjacks Tor atmos- phere. Wallace Reid, the popular Pirn- mount star, !s ideallr cast. This Is ex- ceptionally tfcs case in "The his latest starring vehicle, which will be displayed at SUriaurt tonight.. The ot this vigorous photoplay involves the refor- mation ot a man who is addicted lo drink and Ttho through the InBuence ot a woman and Ihe-bliness of the out- door life, cornea back with a ven- geance. Thll sort of character la one of the red-blooded kind in which Mr. I feld.invariably appears to signal ad- and there is little doubt that his admirers will rind.Ms new char- acterization one of the best of his screen career. 'THE CRISIS" SHOWING AT THE EMPRESS TODAY 'The Crisis." based by William N, Sells on Winston Churchill's power- ful novel, will be shown at tho Em- press theatre for the last lime today. Like "Tho Birth of a tie new play will be presented wilh a special elaborate score, based on op- eratic and romantic themes. The score, however, Is unlike that ot "The Birth of a Nation" In IU trend, jual is "The Crisis7' is unlike "Tho Clans- man." It breathes the romance of war rather than its horror, although it rises to tremendous climaxes of mtrlUl clashings in the battle scenes attending the fall of VIcfcsburg. Prbm.se is held for In "The Crfeis" of a slartlingly human Lincoln, who plays a vital part in Ihe story, and who is not merely a bit of "his- torical coloring." Lincoln is as neces- sary In the worklag_out of plot as any of (he creatures of Church- Ill's imagination, and In engaging his players for the various roles, Mr. Selig.wBs as careful to select a human Lincoln as he was a human Stephan Brlce, -N "THE BLUE BIRD" COMING TO COLONIAL MONDAY In Ibis masterpiece, Maeterlinck has turned the light upon Life, drawn aside the veil of the future, and has given a vivid reminder of Ihe past. Ho has shown that tho pursuit ot happiness lends to all quarters- of the globe, when; u waiter of fact, truo happi- ness is at our doort, unrecognized. Everything In our dally including Are, water, bread, sugar, milk, etc., is personified, and a soul giren to all. The thread of Ihe story Is carried by two children, who'go In quest of the Blue happinen. The day before Christmas two very human little children, a little hoy named tyltyl and (Inter Mytyl, the children of Tyl-and Mummy Tyl, were envious of the prosperity of the rich children who jtvetl'nearby, Ihelr neighbor, hart Httle daughter who was 111, and she Tyltyl anil Mytyl to let her little girl have their pet dove, which she craved, but the children selfishly declined. Allor Ihey are put lo bed the Fniry Berylnne appears and by means of a magic diamond shows them Ihe souls of all Ihinga, which come lo life In the of symbolical figures. Even Ihe cat anil the dog are given the power ol speech. The fairy then takes .the chil- dren in scarrli or the Blue Bird, and they visit the Palace of Nighl. where they infel Sleep and Dcalh, and the terrible Wura Ihe Stan, Dew, etc. Tho nuest continues to the grave >arJ, Ihey mch ,it sisters who have died, snd a glad re- Lsficd Vanity, Drinking When N'ut union tikes ylace m Moinoryland. [Thirsty. Eat ins? When Not Hungry, These scenes are obliterated by Uu.- Knowing Nothing. Doing .Xothiug. Fog of Forgeiiuhiess, anil in tiie IV.lacc {sleeping More Than N'ei-essary, uuil l-'at L-iushter, ail of syinbo'iiral Ijp from Ilils point to the i-ml ot tin: of Luxuries u sutitp'.ujus in progress, Ihe Luxuries thtmselves with the irtenliful fooi. la.it reel the is one succession of Stated arouud the tahle are iho Lui-j t-liiiLaxc-a which t-an only be appreciat uries of He ing Kicb. Landowner. Sat- ej b> heiiit; seen. It's a Shame To Play This Program At Reo- ular Prices But Are Doing it. LOOK HERE! WALLACE REID "THE SOURCE" A story ot the Big Woods that ran recently In tho Saturday Brenlng Fast, and AND FATTY ARBUCKLE In LATEST Production "THE SHERIFF" Absolutely tho best comedy ever shown in the clly. Ask any- ono who saw Ibis show last night It It Isn't great. MONDAY AND TUESDAY WILLIAM RUSSELL "ALL THE WORLD TO NOTHING" AND 'WOLVES OF KULTUR' EMPRESS-TONIGHT Prices 35c and 10c Winston Churchill's World Famed Story "THE CRISIS" A Story that will live In your memory forever. Battle Scenes with thousands of engaged. Bayonet Attacks, Charges, Artillery Duels. The Awful Grandeur of Battle at its Wildest. AUo Telling One of the Most Beautiful Love Stories Ever1 Told, Herbert Brenoa; COMING MONDAY "EMPTY POCKETS" COLONIAL-3 DIRECTED BY MAURICE TOURNEOUR FIRST TIME IN THIS CITY SECURED AT AN ENORMOUS COST ADOLPH ZUKOR PRESENTS MAETERLINCK'S THE AN ARTCRAFT PICTURE RLUE RIRD A Colossal Dramatic Spectacle of Happiness That Will Put New Courage and Un- speakable Joy Into Alj Hearts. READ! READ! WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT "THE BLUE BIRD" This phnto speeltclo .iras by (rom the play ot Mtnrica Malerltack, fhs' frtti Belgian philosopher, dramatist and pool, "Th.! Blue Bird" Is considered to bo his master piece, has been widely published throughout (lie world, five translations having been In Atnerlca well as a stage'version, The film is one" ol Ihe moat stupendous productions ever conceived in motion photography (rom a spectacnlar standpoint, requiring colossal settings, great multitudes of actors and hundreds of cipntlre More real actors appear in "The Blue Bird" than any picture yet released, and It required three months of unceasing labor to complete It, and tho expenditure uf an enormous amount of .money. It represents In the lilgiesl degree the art photography, supernatural effects being shown tliroujh multiple exposures. It would have been imposBlble lo properly adapt this great work to motion pictures If tie technical staff of Ihe Famous Playere-Lasky Corporation had not discover- ed novel methods of photography and special, effects, which will cause much comment by the pub- lic who will view It with amazement and admiration., Maurice Tourneur, an artistic producer of international reputation, staged tlie plioioplay. A remarkable featurn In the clearneag of Ihe story notwithstanding Its allegorical and symbolical fmture, which is so easily followed that a child understand It. While the central figures are two children, the cast is filled with actors selected tor their talent and aUHty to fill the scores of roles called for by Ihe play, and lo secure Ibe proper types world of drama and screen was drawn upon, PRICES: Matinees: AdnlU........................ 25c Nights: Adults..........................35c CluWreii: All Shows.............'..........lie Bring tW Chaarea. It wiD be the Biggest Treat They Ever Had. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE TUESDAY, at 4 p.m......... ;