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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATL-UDAY, APRIL 26, 1910 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE VAAUi. April li wiU-biag wRU foUnM in- torait rMuK or ifl ROOM. Prtmiftf OrUn- Jo UUi moraLiic tte flf th4 day are to rtdi- v !ow hoptji rtcoucilU- ilon CM W haia from the Unit- id cmWiiy la whit oAlaoua to ths state public fjMlloff theru', crowds streets oryloff: wtti the t2w and "Viva fore 1511 minister, -who out-did Premier Orlando la the pitremfr irade by July under the treaty of London, Reports Are Disturbing These rtpocta are paitioularly dis- Uiifrias British mid Uniiet! States delations to (he peace con- ference Mid to have'had reason TO belfevo that Premier might adopt a course beVora the Italian Hfiment which would lead to amic- able adjust meat. Lloyd (Jeorga ivas' jiartlc-iilarly hopeful .hat, this, result would be brought about. 'i'lie -reiJprU ct the popular agitn- llon In Rome and many other Italian however, have Itad to fears Unit Ihe ItaHan premier's altitude may ba swept away In an outburst -of feel- fug by lha populace, will Ineisl Fernanda far boyond those the .-ouucf! of the powers or President Wilson fcst tiieiRsolvei lo ac- cepl. f Offer Rejected It developed that i.be Brit- States and Prencu admlr- In cominancV in Adriatic waters formulated a plan for'giving Italy certain of ivhich Italy con- trol of the as she de- sires. This joSiil plan was.. preseuteU to the Italian anj w not sufficient. the plans for receiving the coverMMBt delegates 10 the pt-acu ronfresc are proceeding. It is thought proWWe tfaat the meeting with Iho OermaiM will take place next Worj. Siesday. SO. by which time the cookplete draft of ifce trasty of peace Is to be ready. The chief task of tlifl .council of today 'and will' be to settle a Iwre number of small details a til I re m i-lii ing opeii. t li sr wi th some larger queittoni. including thtt disposal of the German first Hue war- ships. The pleuary session to be held un Monday may he continued Ihrougli Tuesday it1, order Ibat the work of the body may be completed before (he delegates proceed to Versailles mi Wednesday for the firsl session wHh the .Germans. This ..session is IJTC- (licr.teil ou the" completion of the treaty, which Is fully expected by Wednesday, as iho council is opposed to the delivery of the treaty bt ptece- meal or to making it public in parts. Thft latest estimates by experts place j the lotal length-of the document ivords. -1 Bfg Three in -Seiiion PARTS, April Lloyd George anil Clemcticeau and Presi- dent Wilson met tbls morning as the council if three. Financial experts were called in to the maelingr and the creaUoti of a financial commission to supervise tho operation of German naympniK :n Beeping with Lho peace Ireaty was discussed. The commis- sion probably will consist of one mem- ber for each power. Crowd Orlando HOME. April 25. (Associated crowd tbat assembled lo greet Premier Orlando upon his ra- JUST TO REMIND YOU That if it is anything in up-lo-thc-minute Dry Cleaning, we can do it, and do it RIGHT. The only Dry Cleaning POWER Plant in ihc city. Absolutely no SMELL of Gaseline. Give us a trial next order. Our and SERVICE" Lethbrldge Laundry Co., Limited Phone 451 G. S. Manager rival Paris received with great enthusiasm thy announcement that (Satiric! d'Annuiio, the author, had BC-- i'eptcd the invitation seut by the major of Rome to come to the capital to voice ''a deep protest Trooi tbe heart ul a i-ouatry torn by an outrage In vvhUU its most sacred national pirations have suffered-" The body or wbo suppori- ihe war liave a roAOluliou thai to prevent ihc KuucxaUon of Flume by Italy would mean opposition to Ibf fun da mental princLjiEes of a jupt und lasting yeace lnUlt upon coxiiltiou of naiiojiaijiy and the lf-tleternjiiiHiion of peoples, Demand Fiume The Itepublkaii lias passed resolution unanimously iioiuandins ol Kiume by Italy anil rom- thai the Italian governinont lad been plareil in an isolated ptni- :iou at ttn peace where cup'OUy or surviving militariBtn prevalleil over the ris'nU of fKe The Democratic: parly has ruaile public a statement which says: be3 the inequality of races, -dominion of the acfis and tho intangible Mottroe ilrx'trliie and has denied freedom of immigration, showiuij that his assert- ions of lofty political and humanitar- ian concealed electoral Inter- eEts, detriment til weaker pow- ers. President [r. not the authorized interpreter of- tlie Amer- ican people." Members of the Krangeih-iu chur- fhcs have sent a mesbagc to Premier Orlando 0enouncing the "insincere and unjustifiable conduct of President Wilson, who, after haririR bargained frith (he more? powerful allies, wished pompously to uphold his principles by offending the sac-red rights of Italian Press Comnvnt ROME. April monitors Home newspapers ill commenting on the peace confere-ncc situation lay particular stress upon declarations of the solidarity of the Italian people in demanding that Kiume shall become Italian. The I'opolo Romano Fays the fact th'aL I.eonida tho Soc- ialist former minister, demands pns- session of Filmic1 by" the shouln'eonvince President Wilson iliat nobody tn Italy is likely fo take bis m'essage seriously. The Gorriere d'ltalia says that President Wilson was mistaken if he thought he could divide public opinion in Italy, for it is "iu universal revolt against the' unjmralfele! outrage." The executive committee ol the iheiT.l parly iias parsed a resolution Uie Italian tlelegatlon. while-tha- Mnsouic Order Italy'has. -issued -a proilamation cftllins upon Ms members in this coun- try anil abroad remain Eirtii anil staml up for '.he cause ot'ltbpnv jusiice." f UttS ME Stariand Theatre, 3.00 p.m., Sunday April 27th Speaker: JOE CLARKE MAYOR OK EDMONTON' Universal Unrest" MUSICAL PROGRAM EVERYBODY WELCOME Ui. I'ASO. April clBco is killing all the froojis nudt-r liis control in slate of C'hi- iiuahua an effort 10 coiitro! of tlie state from !hc Carranza gov- ernment, a prorisiutm) rebf'l yovmmieiu similar to the N'illa govern incut of nud try to rally the various reoi-l liainifi throufihou; Mexico to Ills haiisier. became known with list arrival of refu- from Parral. ie rertoriei! tu he makiriE jitsiiis to attack CUiliuahua City soon, as a pan of his campaign for kite conquest of Chihuahua State, AT THE COLONIAL Tor I..P last lime tonight a1 Colonial Theatre, '.vjll big week end frho-.v wiiivii Ims the calk ot the town. The (eature attraction Tlif Cruv- iliu sensational (Jtii- iv attractions on hill are the Charlie Chaplin comedy Lure of Th? ill Lyons anil Morau cowMy and ihe. Mack reel corqcfiy ".Sheriff Nell's "Tin.1 "The ilmi" siioivn this wittV, was tlie first of this new series. A tensely drum a tic tul? of real life been J "ftie Man." TJie story Men Ijy Huth Helen Davfa and Charter! Klein deals itfe oJ AlarJt ami her illegitimate daughter, PUmlon. The niuriSr-ra her stejifulhtr, a brutal f -The I Uf'I'H' to savc lier mother's life eurt the prosecuting attorney Tor the suie is nu otlit-r ibun her father. (jloria Mope, as the daughter. ,ind Vivian Sieetl. as ihe iuother, well as "ihe suiliy cian." irg Italian Damagol ifit two will i MOVE FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE BRIDGE Oat. AiiriJ Mayor j llrenuan and 13. Spencer, of Wei- I land, W, G. AtbO'.1, of who j are members of Canadian mem- oria! peace LrJdgn committee, have ar- i ranged wltL Major KVBII Kraser. if.P.. I for the introduction of un act at tlio ssssioii of parlEaiaent for the appointment of a national peace bridge commission of three. The commission is have the pow- er to confer vriili a liko commission as provided for in (lie law now before the house in Albany. ln witb trie polit-y of Colonial Thfalre iiKiuagenn'iit iy H'Ut The .soretn tnn.-Meftj: It ij to tff-turc. another ins Piiraiuonut special attrattiun In.- offc-ixul at the Colonial (uj- t uays, starting ne.it .Monday. Thta will be Charles Kli-in's fai I success, "Tne Unity i 1'aryiuouni Mied.il in acts, llep.ntifu! Gloria Hope is tuo of "The Guilty a sin Keert, WiUiatn Ganvooil, J. I1, l.ock- j ney, Charles h'rentli ami Hayvrartl j i .Mack, -Miss dono more than! htr share towarils making ''The Guilty! a ftucctsu. AK the daughter of E Parfsian dancer, she murders her stepfather in defense nf mother and prosecuted for the state Ijy her own fjuher. who. his crinia hi deferiiug the motlu'r ami this beun- daugUier throughout, the year: 1 lo uersiits of in Hie of supervis- The Gml- v- lh l'jri of Thomas IJ. Ince. !ue.. LV Man" bMs fair tu l.y papular as VHS the uriEinal on Boailwuy a shor: lime ago by. A. il. Wouds. A special Ixdiss iutroductory umt- will le on Monday afler- 'The Guilty HupportrJ by j neon HL The perform-: itcfally gooil Vivian i will commence al 7.IS and 9.15. I COMING TO KNOX CHURCH HUMAN AND HUMOROUS As dangerpU3 as the wire entangle- ments on "N'o Man's Land" are 'he traps and meshes' of caprice thrown jout foi1 a millionaire plUlantbropist .Vorah McDonaUl. jjlayctj by >inr- i garita Khhsr in "The Mantle of Char- 1 ity." In Uiis proilnction of the Ameri- can'Film Company, the human and humorous appeal ars'inslani; the humor is spontaneous ami the story is udd. i The faHfatr of red ilie Uraiv- backs of fong-wjuued methods ia charity wort and the sliort sigiited- ness of young man, who means well liut atcoiDpliahes JitHe. is satirized in ta unique and." interesting manner iu "The Mantle of Charity" to be shovru at Starlanil Monday and Tuesday. Flowers sijeai at- Knor church, this city, on UH- evening of April Mr. Plon-ers is founder anti ivas firfit ot ibc InteL'- nationttl Confereni-fe vi Siatesiiicn Lecturers in April. 3 'dIS'. :it IXC. AOdirtses were ile- lakes thc-ni back, urging the jury to he-fore thu t-onrerenco.by ihft pliow mercy, and clasping ihr-in lotli Bailing nf tlin world, indud- in iii? arms, asks their forgiveness. I fu addilion to "The Cuiity Man." aniliassaiUirs. of EnglaiVJ, and several of the from Canada Htid the Tntt- td States. Mr, edited the Areai volume. ''.XTiat Every Amei-icau Know About (lie p'jbliihcd Iu Auguet, containing the con iribt lions of ovtr .orty greac masters, locludhit; si ate sm tin, scholars, ambas feft-iors and officiate of ainl America. N'o publicist has a clearer fuller grasp of the fac'.s and viift iiivmvecl IQ orebeni ivorid lit- sTttDcJs ;imceis Amer- ica's orators for ills power to present vital sMbjectfi in fovc-ible. addressee. His fubject, "The Tii- h of is a message of hour and is a clear discyisjou of principles and problems en-- gagiiig ihe'thought of the vrorld as n of ihe great war. Kvtry inu'lligf-jii pairioi s-hould hear Moutt- ville Floivers io Tnuiuph of ViLiwrai-y." Mr. Flowers' tuur is heing direclei! by the Dnmitilon .Sen ice. as was Irvin S. Cobb and many othei notable speakers have appeared ju western Canada recently. the tin: the program at the Colonial will in- (dutlfc1 a selection of IIio hest tome- dies and special orchesipal uiuaii1 by, the- Colonial orchestra. "THE GUILTY MAN" s i AT COLONIAL MONDAY j One of the best dramatic treats of (lie seas-oii comes to the Colonial Theatre for three days starting Mon- day, when flie big Paramount Special attract LOU "The (.JutHy Man" will lie the offering. "The Guilty is the second of a series ot wonderful Paramount ials which will be shown at the Colon-' ial every Monday, Tuesday auci Wed- nesday. It vrill be remembered lliat COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT (SAT.) "THE CRAVING" CHAPLIPJ [N "THE MASQUERADER" Mack Stnnett 2 Reel Comedy "SHERIFF NELL1-1 TROUBLE OVER LIQUOR i LICENSES IN MONTREAL: MONTREAL, -April A situation without precedent Iiaji. arisen gard to: licenses in- Jtlpnttreal. PFBS- cnl licenses expire for all liquor and i7eer purposes on May l. There is :io iiroclamatina yet from Quebec as to whether or not tn'epreferenrtum was in favor ol beer and light wines. There remains only four days in which the changes can he made and this means until neif. It therefore remains for the proclama- tion and granting :of licenses :o bo niade from Monday, to Wednesday if tbey arc to he granted during the present license year.' WEATH.R CLEARING ON ARCHANGEL FRONT LOXDO.V, April Ketiter'n Ottawa is leinictl tlial weather condjiions on the Archangel front are with prospects of an efirly spring anil an abnormally early clearance of the Wlilfti Sej, facilitating: the Arrival of reinforce- menls anil restricting the lines upo which the Bolshevists tan operate. When the Dv.ina is Jie Bol- are expected to use Ui armed vessels, but it is confidenttx anticipated that uaval forces a'l Archangel are adequate to deal will: Hi em. L1LA LEE IN "THE CRUISE OF THE MAKEBELIEVES" ll's. II ADDED ATTRACTION CQlOmAl 3 !'L MONDAY A. H. WOODS PRESENTS HIS BROADWAY SUCCESS GUILTY MAN Irvin V. Willat, Director of Thos. H. Ince Inc. I I AUCTION SALE On TUESDAY NEXT, APR. 29th ON THE PREMISES, 633 5th STREET SOUTH COMMENCING AT A. M. FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed Mi'- will nail by Public Auc- lltm n? above tho Snparlor IfouAfhoH FURNITURE and c-ffci-lf. Including-Kine CONCERT ORANb' PIANO :n Mahogany excellent tone; llawlsooic WAHOOANY DRE.iSER; Otik-Morrls Uhair; !XsV; 3 piece PsrUu' Suite. Oak Mahogany Occasional' Tables; Korters: Litltea .Table; Dressers Slandu; Handsome Brass lied complele wJtli Sprfngs diirt Oslerciocr Maltross; Uresnins Talile. Wash Siand, Chair and Rocker all to match; 10 3 iFlrusjolls-ftufa Union .Hug F'mi Aionlnn1er ling Tapestry Rug iljUH; Trimrasd complete; Qiuthtlly of etc.; Pillows, lied Tablo l.lncn; Kuticy Clilua; Olaiswiri; Mtchon Ulcnslbj; Unoleura.'ctc. 00008 ON VIEW MONBAY AT 10.34 TUESDAY MOUSING MOB STORY Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. You expect us' to say that this picture Is good. You think, "That's what he !s in business for." But when a play vims on Broadway for months and is acclaimed by the critics as Ibe greatest play at the year, what can'ire sajrl You'll agree -with us when you see it. Chfldreo lOc LADIES' INTUODUCTORY MOXDAV ArTEHXOON' AT 2.15 25c V Patrons of HIP Starland Uicalre were trcalsd to uti agreeable surprise at all the performances j-csterilay, when Sergeant Joe Atlierton made his bnn' flral Ifviiig picture to be inrilueeil on this condncnl. U. I truly living speaking picture. taire like treat plan, structuic, pcrtectlon in delail. IntvtMIc value and noblo purptK, One hna said that they ate not Wturw, tjut TVy hive unity, grasp ami complete ness. Their effect In toul nf the after both speaker and BpcojA tmre become din In (tie memory. TkkeU On lilt it Armitronj Stora Irani Lyceum ;