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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. APRIL THE LKT1 [BRIDGE DAILY HERALD I'AGE FIVE C.N.R.IOBE Conlracls Have Bteii Let Worth of Con- struction in West rn ;th April for the construction of 11 brftaflh lines have just been let by the Government Ing; 400 miles of railroad and invotr. to Ing an ultimate of from tistou toward Saskatchewan river, and a cross- country line from Melfort to Hi the Jolm Stewu-i rompiuy: from Peebles lo tu OmaitUm Constrortlon the TurllefofJ the U'tstem Company, who irlll alto build tho Duck the THINK 'QUAKE MAY HAVE BEEN IN CHILE VICTORIA. April 8n.--Oiie of tU9 most serere earthqua'nus recorjad at ujes alary cwcurrcU i tarly ttiis morning, tite tremora com-i inenclng At 3'.' ni'oyie.i [ias( and the duration twing four and half hours. loi-Atinii Is se: a' nbouT niilus aul U Is supposed t-j hire teen a fftry tie structvle prebabit b'. the sactlon of Somb mod likely in AFTER LIVES OF Seventeen Infernal .Machine." Pound in Malls After The Hardwick Affair BODY OF MISSING I 1 HOTEL MAN FOUND t j SYDNEY, N'. K.. April .K. -An all- fUay search "f :he ruins by firemen ami poliit- failed to bring to light atiy idilioual fatalities In runiirutkin wii'i tire thai tin- Hotel. Xo Irate o1. luc man- I ager. bas r.u'l'.il kH'.i the amhorltie? liuu l body rour.d was Ail Jny'in'1 v.ill 'i drjima "The IJird of I'ar 'july, it- xf. MouiiLiy. .May j f. lifjivevor. certain i. ots to pl-y whirlj may be iljK.n briefly. It i'i'-ti in _ itin' forly iv. it d-aiwil i-.rn.Mii! tin.-! aiiil (ities of swot pl char fftitiuro. Inte-nJmij u.'iiy to make iuiis of ni the '-ii' of HIP season Is Mail or-leri now. She i ami [ilavev nnivf lends at- to tli-' play, lire are The lines lo he canBtrucltd anil companleB aivurdcd the fql- loiu Manitoba: Krtim to Si riy luto the Carrot valley; a Brothffi. i Paul line. I Oreat Smlts uid lid, Limited; Us.'. MM, Compact.: of this The tutolr- 4ou> this .yenr. Property ForJSale Buy Before the Crop Comes in 4 tola 100x125, corner Stith Avenue and Fifth Street South, onn bricV.. trvo frame (Iwelllnisa mnl a atablc. Price Terms i One hnaincss J store KiTij No. 112 5t'n 1 Sontli. I Termt i: KjiTe i-oom fully modern Jwol- li.lff, etc... sltuateij flth Avenue South. Price Terms runher partlcuiarg io f___________________ I WASHINGTON, April office iniptctort New York City reported today the discovery thare of 17 infernal machines put Into the mails to prominent including cabinet minis- ter.. How Found ________ I The diicorerv an iuvesii- jatlou oidered after oaino of! This .Makes Three Out of lurdwick bomn ei Hve-EtMion, I.osl By ot I.loyd George syslern, wlietiiftr E! O'L'T April railwty i. i coinmiUec'E scsBinu today Hon. 1 Reid gave notiro un hoiitE to the effect thai ;ht. on application rs. ana were seated, but Jul'uoL have nrdpr of a. lelei-lionf- (Oiinefiion on any FUcoiulruclion' Period Imposes Many of Funds __ ffineu', yottage. This tim.sed po? I ofiiciats io rotlfy (limbel Brollierp iio of tho r'Uck-, niuni- wiiiunn ofiYriuv. tn ils ;'.v- L'-nt-e? ilir riist-et. Hir.l o( E'aratii-'-" i> uiarir-Uiij, It i Hlfl father and moiher were much r Tlie visit rrf Commissioner Howard is been one of Hie events n ihe'history of ihc local Salval'on telephone ivprkers Conrtanee 'TalmadRe will lie fffn j at tho Kmprass Theatre today and to-[ morrow in her lutest sold I iMcturc, i "Sauce for the in which Miss] Talniangc is presented by I.ewii J. SBiznick. The storj" is ES follows: i John Conslable, a vroll-lniowu -n-riter. under the sway of MrF. j Alloway, a designing widow, and he l neglects his pretty ymmg AI-1 tlwugh -Mrs. Alloway is Irasy writing a hook on "Woman's Kitty j remarks that her one object is to end the strneek- she is having in landing John! Harry Tracers, a >'ouus mati-about- iown. specialty is neglected wives rwhen they are .young anil learns of. the sUate of affairs Is Averted BY a Settlement of j exislins oe-tween John and Kitty and _ makes plans accordingly. lie reminds Dlfterences Reached This that he and sho are Mends ami Morning ladviaes her not to mope alone. r- .lohn lalls down on a promise to Uko Kitty to the opera, going inslearl o; (lifferencps between tlio iiolico tie- liarlment and Uie cily "was effected to work Mrs. AUoway, anrl Kitty asks Harry Travers use Iho ticket R ___ ___ ______ with her. After the opera he invites this mormng and it Is expected Kitty to a suppsr in bis rooms and the firemen will sign an agreement with ihe city; H is thought that the ,rmy i-orjis. The honored chief of .aff vas accoitipaiiied by Commit- inner Sowton. the army's leador In IB .west: Ilrigartier Joy, of accept offer of the compniiy ihis afternoon. Th5 streel railway' system may be tied up within 24 hours. Hone that a strike may be averted becomes more ,nd Maolecfi.. The large congreea- ion thai came to thfc ciiade! was dt- Ighttd with the ciiitf's address. The ipeniag proceedings were in charge }of tho men poinlment of board ot arbitration. Xo reply has. been iftreived. Union officials state thai fully 9S per rent. favor a unless Joy. The song demands nre granted. -tol.10T.-od by prayer by ncv. .Mr. ?he hesitates until she remembers that her husband is dining in 1hn ha? his apartment in tlic same house in which Mrs. -Allortay lives. It wouldn't be fair to fell you more. To get the proper thrill you must see it. COLONIAL TONIGHT IT? YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE BIG BROADWAY SUCCESS "THE GUILTY MAN" A PARAMOUNT SPECIAL O.lher AT STARLAND a Ito. of batMng Rirls In -idt alirt a woman's kind, tt are wbat caused luclianan. .after which Bowton spoke n few iv orris of to the comnr-.pionor. Brigartinr oy satig one of his popular army iongs. Tlie introduction of the cliiuf vras received in a hearty man- ier by local Halvationista and friends. The co.nniissiontr'R masterful de- scription I Ihc army's world -wide Chuck McCarthy lo ba bitten the COLONIAL ORCHESTRA Director Chas. H. Beresford I FRECT STONE in his Latest ArUTaft Picture "THE GOAT" 1 "WHOSE LITTLE WIFE ARE YOU" Two Reel Sinnett Comedy And OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE NO ADVAXCB IX PRICES C ighted all present ;is IIP spoke for an hour on the army work among tiie joys at the front, also llic among tlie lupers in Java and !hc canibsl trlbaF of India. In con- chiding liis tlirlllir.g lecture the visitor expressed ptcasut'e iu coming to Lethhridgc to visit his comrades of thig great Christian nml social or- ganization. Mayor Hartlie in piiorl speech of appreciation of (he army's work moved a hearty vote of thanks to the coinTnlssloiicr. wblr.h WHS seconded by Mrs. Ensisli Dray. oE -Medicine Hat. This 3iiosl interpsilng and touching lecture was hrotrgiit io a close by slue- ing "1'ralee God of Whom All Bless- ings Flow." Adjutant and Hani- iHou anil a gcoil number ol comrades went to the depot to big go-Viliye their revered k-ndcrs. Xo lias been reached In j "morie bug." CliuCK is the young the building trades and'a strike is I iron-ivorkor liero of "The the Jeareil. I new Artcratt picture, in which Fred Slone is stan-ed. and which will lia shown at Starland tnniglil and tmnoi- row. Fred is aaicl to one of finest inloriiretations in tie charac- ter of Chviek. At the story's start he is shown working at the FHmcraft studio as an iron-worker. wMther he has heca stint tor Ihe day en some People's Forum Just u Dominion Tires are the with Canadian auto- mobile owners, because of their acknowledged superiority, so DOMINION AND MOTORCYCLE the choice of who tpend, safety, wear and thoroughly relicble icrvicc. SclJky Iht Ltadng Dtoltn must Ijeiir the writers. ot MODIFIED DAYLIGHT SAVING Mitor HcraM- lion work. Then tho Imthing girls ronifc into hfs Ute and he makes a j thrilling rescue ot the leading lady's 1 pet monkov. She wants to thank him Wilt you kindly insert in the col- and carelessly telis him that he. should umns of yonr newspaptT a few ifleos be in the movies. No more cncour- about Daylight agemenl is needed. The nest day thronKh tlic of sets one day and the little girl ran arcl his hand and said to I want yon to lake me honie." lie conlil not the chilli's request, and Canada is tlie richer by one little girl four years old. and she _____ richer by a foster father anil mother to JEEESjSSfErESr of lhosc slle lost iC war. A returned member of tlifi Canadian Corps has a little French boy whom be ndopied unrler the laws pi i. bcc-anso the little fhan was an rphan.jind liad only his grandmothev j dying of an Inrnrabln disease, lo iakp ' of him. Thr little, rlnc-ycar-ol" Krench boy will grow np to be worltiy citizen of Canada. .Many returned Canadian soldiers are wives they marriec s [ho, who aU their hna bands in.estahliahlng homes, and ere-] atfi addillonal foundations trt pro-1 ('ajiadian ciluenship. They! re coming lo Canada with eveiy ship, and Canadian lifn sbirald he the rich-' 1 for their Thesn new oittzfcU5 of Canada, lift chitclrci] or women, should ro- ceive a cordial welcome from all Ihosc with whom Ilicy coine in contact. U may be nnlural for the CamJIan mothov or sister to asanme an attitude of aloofness to the of the Can- adian soldier whom he found across the sea, but If Ihe war taught m nnytliinj; It laught lu that cJlaritj1 lovin.q tho tsrnatesi possible virtue. Hy p.itleino and loving kmdnesR and wann hearted generosity the nowrora- CM.IO Canada will bo assimilated into Ibft community Mfu and become import- ant factors In aiivfliu-ing Cina'llR.i The inconvenience of double time at meal times and a( -mectiiig of rains is veiy noticeable and readily :onceded. Wul tbat is not all for nows- >oys who were btlng trained in cal Festival cbornses have beeu com- lolled to drop ont because they have lad to hurry from school to set their papers at 1.15 instead of as form- erly. Hits is very. unsatisfactory to ill concerned In these practices. The benefits of fast time in the nmmer to those players of outdoor james are well understood vand ap- preciated by me as Ftlfo arc Its in- jurlona tifect tipon BCbool plipilE. es- Ihose who' have considerable Study. As much school time has been lost through the 'flu 11 would not be wisdom cause more loss to the pupils by having them come to school sleepy during the longest dayg and nt the completion of the school year nnd during their csp.niinalion. noir.s a teacher I know how little sleepy pup- ils learn, bill T am also n grftat lover of clean outdoor games nnd therefore wish to bring lo the attention of Herald reatlors and others n moillfit'J t'ltuok presents himself to the cast- ing director ot the Filracrift Studio. The rest of Uie story is given lip to tellinp; of Chuck's adventures In the pictures. The story is saiil to he a laugh from start to finish. It was written by Frances Marion, and is said lo represent that scenario writer at 'ner heat. WELL KNOWN MUSICIAN NOW CITY RESIDENT system of Daylight saving. I would have tho elochs of Lcih- bridffo placed on fast time at once and remain thus until .luno Jsl. then revert lo standard lime, till July lo. The days are so long In June that there IK sufficient time for LI full- length game or football or baseball after 7.15, and why want more time? On or abuut July" 1 would retutn to fast nnd keep the <-focks there imtl! Heiiti.' 15 or later. thls system the playing public will have long erp.sitngs as needed when the interests of the sltidenls will also be the deciding of fasi time is now iti tne hands of tW municipalities and a plebiscite Is likely to bn taken I would like to sec this scheme placed on ballot. Thinking you In advance for valuable space. I am, Sincerely j'ours. C. B. BRANDOYV. Prln. of Fleelttpod School, Chailos II. Bcrcsford. the well known-Vancouver violinist and con cert-master has been engageil by the Colonial Theatre management, and commencing today will be the leader ol Ihe Colonial Theatre Concert orehej tra. Mr. Bcvesford. a native of London England, has achieved an enviable reputation in musical circles on the coast, At Ine outbreak of the war Jlr. Beresford was the conductor of thi Orplieum theatre at Seattle. Wash orchestra, one of the best knoivn mus ical on tlio coast. Mr Bcrcaford with typical British spirit gave up bis position in Seattle, to en list in !lie <7th nattalfon, in which battalion he served his king conn try tor three years, seeing elehteei months service in France. Mr. Bereaford arrived in Ihe this moip.'ng. and will take up 111 residence here. His arrival Is a de elded acquisition lo the local musica THE GUfLTY MAN The atiperh Paramount special fe; ture "The. Guilty Jlaa" will be show ..tut the Colculp) theatre for the limes tonight, in lo the ver funny comedy "Ktever Kiddles and the beautiful scenic film "A Tr1 lo Lake Umlse." Charles II, .lieresford. the we! known assumes _tl leadership of the Colonial orchostr tonight. CALGARY MASONS MAY STRIKE CA1.OAKV, April and carpenters here threaten lo strike. Tht Arc getting S5 cents an hour i ml -want 90. The are gftting cents ftni carpenters ivant I.'' BIRD OF. PARADISE" When one of Oliver Jlorosco's attra U announced, the patrona of tl they ran eipect som thinK worth while. Tho fact Is rcrha the reason for Ilie enthusiasm hore- abonlfl toward the coming of Richard Walton Tnlly'.' bp.iuMiii! Hawaiian "5AUCC IOP. IHE GOOSE." EMPRESS TODAY :AND TOMORROW Again vcc wisii to draw ycur attenHon to the-fact that thiw picture did not have a success- ful run ten years ago on Broad- way, consequently are not- raising our prjce ol admission. The admission tonight he Tis utnal, 2or. The treat in store for you tonight. ConstauceTalmadge Who ivrpntfs her perform- ances In "G6od Night, Paul" and "A Pair of Silk Stockings" in this lalfrit of her Select Pic- tures Sauce for the Goose MAJESTlC-Mon.MayS FIRST APPEARANCE IN LETHBRIDGE OF MOST POPULAR ROMANCE OLIVER MOR05CO PRt5EMT5' HAWAIIAN metRS. AH PLAYERS-AMD THE MOST TALKED OF PLAY OF THE CENTURY AND THE ONE THAT MADE HAWAIIAN FAMOUS PRESENTED BY A TYPICAL MOROSCO CAST AND THE HAWAIIAN SINGERS AND PLAYERS 75t, Sic SEAT SALE OPSNS ;