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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE FIVE OTTAWA, April IV 0. Usityue, tries, bis r of marine tnd flsh- in tho commons tor the flrat time this session. Mr. Hallantyvtj recently recovered from sftrioiu Oa the of tho day. Mr. Mc- of oj> position, drew the iUteojjM of toveromeut to a ME ounce me lit by Mr. Cowan. specific reductions had to iu the tariff of certain j articles Ibla year. "I would like to know from tho leade? of govern- Mr. McKfclizie, "if Mr. RELIEF UK >tMwck, trr KI-MDIDS Ike UaffHe try ntw mU to MADE BV icorr UOWM: MAKERS OF SCOTT'S rxLJLSlOM C'owatt was with authority ud'if VM the policy o! the ou the tariff." Sir Thomas The s tariff policy oC the government is presented only by the minister cj! finance and upon the occasion only of budget Lapointe, of asned if there any tuforji.aUou when j Sir Itobert Horden ircmli reium. Sir Thomas replied that ha hid'uo definite information. Ho pre- sumed, however, Sir Kofcm woulit return just as soon as his duties would ''permit. The house then proceeded to second reitjiny uf a bill to couacil passed under the Mea- sures Acl, lo (lie end.of the session. Jiolli -Mr. MrKttisie a lid Mr. E. PARIS. April the Ual- 'delivery of peace treity io iKe peace conference delegation made Germans and Ia accordance with the no further suteiuvnl on the a plan Paris for Jjivius member of tbe delegdtUm told the publication of tretlj. related Vrcss today tbat it coitaiderecl jt unless for the Italian delegates to UVft part in further confereucts less tho allies xvcre willing to g their requests. U. S. Waiting WASHINGTON', April come cf ihc apparent deaJlouk Ifaly's Adriatic claims ia audited official quarters here vriih evident aiix- iely. The situation as pictured iu t press dispatcher; ia regarded as ser- ious and there no message from Paris yesterday today simitar io of last week, vermting gratify- ing progress al the peace table. J The complete text of the covenant of the league of nations was j rtjcetrnd at ilic state department by Merithen- "plays dead" during the en- i tire story, Ue can no longer j pass a girl on the street ithout thinking u white whether she was the girl i ho did him to death in "Eiuptv j It must be awful to be aunted by sttoX a in a town- ul of charmiog topper-haired dam- j ls. I Charlie Chaplin in "Tuning His j ofies1' also will be shown. :ilLKEEPOUI -i AltHOnilES (MM INDICATION oui caiile from Paris. Acting Secretary puJnte tha'. secoml reading has asked Ihe president for dlrec- should be poatpoued to enable mem- j tions as tu publkalion of Ihe ilocu- not present to discuss the bill. In reply, Mr. acting in in- iater of Justice, observed that It was essential the slrould receive as- sent before peace was proclalmeJ. Eventually, second reading, was until toin arrow. Sir Thoiaag White's blU to amend (he Insurance Aut was referred to tho I coin in itle o on bauking aud commerce. It has already the senate. StropfMng reforms1 the saw-like edge that re- sults from shaving and prdvides you with a keen edge for every shave. Raior Strop 12 btadn Tito purpose of tlie hill is to more I effectually protect the members o? foreign fraternal societies ivhldi do j business in Canada, j Sir Thomas stated that it wot S fully'protect tlte public. j Hon. K; iutroiluced resolution to amend tbe' FcrUluer Acl. The bill is based ujion the resolution i [a reveiuie one cent iwr hundred pounds to cover fhe cost of inspection of fertilizers. Frank Ptmtjac. ihaupM prvoldetl lliat lime be included as a ferllllier and there'be collected MS5R the vue cent-tax on a hundred pounds Vvest -neiita. j No InstruttiODS have 'received. I but it Is assumed here thfl covim- anl ivould bo made public -ipcr. tbe of affixing tax 5! a Id be placed on vholesalets. Ho said tliat some re- tail druggists in his constituency hail teen fined through mistakes made by them- which would bo obviated If Ibe wliolesaler affixed the stamps., i The resolution was carrisd and a: bill oased upon it introduced. The house iheti_ into commit- tee orrllon. T. A." CJrerar's resolution providing for the amendmeut of Livestock anil Livestock Products Ace. One purpose of this ameuUnient is to the, size of packages of wool. U also rrt'o' that, fanners WINNIPEG, April Win. Grtit War ulti- ntctim te federal government dcmandiM a royal commission to invettigafl Kutterite situation Saturday nlfht, according to a let- ter received thii mornino by Sec- retary F. W. Law from C. G. Mac- Neil, secretary of the Dominion executive. Mr. "MacNtil it of the opinion that "permanent absolute pro- hibition" will be ordered that titrw, lo his letter. In carrying out of the Dominion executive, the secretary HM Mcuretf the end o nation of tRe Winnipeg demand from every pro- vincial in Canada. U..S.AIRMEN1L ATTEMPT miMi: Kent, said it like the appoint and drovers may byy and sell at stockyards and make succial provision j -'or impoi-tftiion of certain', livestock products coining into Canada f roni I foreign countries. i D. -McKenzfo that he hail.i informed tJiat Canadian, A RUSSELL RIOT! That "'everjtUiug in life is more or 3i of a gamble" is fairly jvell i tantteleil in "All the World to N'oili- the .William Russell feature i :h will he shown at Slarland to- j it. It with three-night i where Richard Chester; ;ambles a.fortune. The, nest Venture is where he mar- ties to slave himself from arrest, anil ipcoraes tlie husband of an heiress vhom he has never seeit before autl Those fortune will be of no benefit to j nim. j Then'the ginae of chance is con-1 :inued r.t the "Mecca of he end the fluctuat- Ing stilus of Braziltan Iea3 shares sways the fate of those interested. Wiiliani RujtjeJl "bumps the bumps" ot misfortune anil' fortune, but the j is being presented, iirrativc wlade up wilh D.ime For- une not only SE !airly smotheving him with her and so does, finally, iieroine. Women Should Take special care_ to keep free" from headache, back- ache, constipation, "weakness and depression. For these recurring ailments other condi- tions peculiar to women, Beecfaani's Pills are at tested and effectual remedy. They act gently and promptly on the itoitiich, liver and bowels, and exert a tonic, strengthening effect on the Ixsdily functions. These famous piUi tre purely vegetable, contain no habit-forming drag, and produce 00 disagreeable Women the world over, fand needed and strength in "UtffH tltt N'wW" Worth aGuineaa Box Maurice Macterlltick preieat- upon liim, but "Riue to less than a decade ago. it acclaimtd as one of the greatest gems of liteTa- Tcurneur. This film the amazing strides that bsei> made in the clnenm art Tfcj oust is (oo lengthy to euumer- alef, aJl the culinary nwtters ol Hfti personified, anrt oeautiful girls ture, and couc-cdcd to be tlie master- j piece of the great Belgian author, i in syiobolical costumes interpret vari- REMARKABLE PHOTO SPECTACLE, jdranialiEt and poet. Up to (lie pres-jous parts', tflennor Masters. Uie ino- BLUE NOW BEING time no film producer had for James -Montgomery Flagg. is SHOWN AT COLONIAL f nay enormous amount demanded [Jlilk; Marj- Kenncdr, Water; Lillian (for the motion picture rights, ind ex-! Cook, Fairy Ueryluw; .Gertrude Tilc- A photoplay of extraordinary inter- peiid, In addition, the tremendous sun) I Coy, Ught; Kose Rolandi, the well- est is. being, shown at the Colonial. to produce the [known dancer, leads "The Blue- an Artcraft picture, piay in films. mem of additional officen to carry out, tins law. Major Power islattvi- tliat he had been asked lo oppose tills by Quebec producers fertilizer- who did not thi.tk U was the proper time to 3m- pose ihtJ iai when just beginning to realize the import- ance of us tup fertilizer. Uen. Hughes thought that Ijie onus iweu .luiuiiuen uiHt ctiTVP-fnV inrll no P 9 faclurers were unable to use wool T April L, z produced In Canada and had to import and N. C. 3 r will attempt the flight 20 i off our Regular Fixed IK.OFK1CRIXG such a heavy (Il.icoitnt we are governed solely by the desire to make our high-grade- American Den- tistry possible Cor. every man. woman ami child in this city "and province. Tlie volame of our business alone u-5 to mako this radical-Oiacounl. We use just .he .nigh- grade guaranteed, last ing ma- terials ami of course our es- taldisJicd' ski'l ia uof: impaired: neniember also that l from the United Stal.ee. Canadian wool, he said, was tskeu to the United across the Atlantic ocean. They will leave Rockaway lleach early States and after being specially treat- month, but so far as known no decis- ed wae suitable for manufacturing ion has been reachert as to whether purpOBea. Ho1 thought that if this in- the route will be direct from Ne.w- formation was correct Hie goveriimenl iounfllanfl to Ireland or by way ot the should see wool could not he treated In Canada, so as to be suitable for Canadian manufacturers of woollen articles. The minister of agriculture replied that lie wag not in a position to speak with any dtflnUenesa as to the treat: ment of, wool. Tho regulalions pro- vided -for in the resolution would show thc sallownesg, freckles and tan, and Js the ideal 'shin softener, smootheu'er and beautlfier. Just try It! Get three ounces of orchard any pharmacy an.1 two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint of eordiiip'to official admission in a Rus- sian wireless dispatch, The Russian message "The or.eny'attacked with consid- erable force in the Vilna region; pierc- ed our lines arid occupied the town." miEcii OTTAWA, April Tliomas White, aclins prime minister, reached it ilaily Into Hie (ace, neck, arnu Ottawa safely this mornihj, according and hands. It naturally shoald to in formation received from the fin- to soften, freshen, bleach and; brins aepartmeiit. H IB reported thai oat the roses anrl lieanty of any no Hl-ofTects as a derail- li. ia wonderhil fo smoolhen of numbsi. Of cars ot the Ot- red Uwa-foronto train WC> am-Buk CURED RlK last night. No was. injnred n the meek. The sjKKfal Iriin whicli iroochf- the pessengers in from vhere (tie derailnmt occurred, reach- ed Ottawa about noon. It is under- stood that Ocn. Meirbarn, minister ot nllitla, was not on board the train h' was derailed, hattnc remained oronto last x in Tin fail. 'SMPTY A MYSTERY Herbert Brtnon's prttenlalion of "Empty Rupert Ilnj best seller, lo be exhibited al the Emprets for last time Is a story of Xew York's slums and palaces. A? in ihe novel, }lr. In tro4nces the mysterious strands ol some copper-laired woman" rlghl al the film ana ererytodr gowstnf which ot fire copper-fcaireil iKaatin com- mitted fhf murder until he reHetM Ihe near the flntah of Ihc film. It in maslerly, piece ol "sua interest" The mote ia widely separaled social Marie Bchuyler (Barbara s bunk era daughter Man If- Sokalska (Ket )y Jewish sweat shop worker; Red Tda (S pickpocket wife of an mtl Pet Bellan: who Urea by her wit and Aplira cries jnone: onl of men's Malcolm Williams, who "ALL tHE WORLD TO NOTHING" ALSO HAROLD LLOYD L 1N "SHE LOVES ME NOT" AND 'WOLVES OF KULTUR' EPISODE TEN WEDNESDAY t THURSDAY MARGUERITE CLARK IN "OUT OF A CLEAR Gold Soap is made of the best materials from which laundry soap can be made. That explains why you will like the" way. it works when you come to use it. The cake of Gold Soap is the largest cake known for the mohey. You save because- you don't have .to "use so many cakes.1 Eyen before you buy it you win notice that the cake is much larger.' a ft fncttf A CnH> Fmtttion ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE :IN "OUT1 WEST" AND BRITISH OFFICIAL GAZETTE WttllllG! TOTHEPUBLiC: You hava but' two more days it which Ip make yourselves snnrmels' happy; two more chances in which to see the Mammoth' Dramatic Spectacle of "TheBlue Bird" Maeterlinck's beaniiful play that will pat happiness in yonr hfsrlf new nrange in your souls. IT IS SrtOWINC AT THE COLONIAL 'TODAY ANO TOMORROW Dna't It Prices: Ad.lt. it; Children 19 EMPRESS-Tonight LAST CHANCE IN PRICES HERBERT SMNON'S Empty Pockets ;A NEW YORK MYSTERY IN SIX ACTS Tuning His Ivories" Tiie crowd al last night's ahow at the all fro- novacid It wen worth donhln -the price of ;