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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .MONDAY. AUGUST -1, TUB t.ETHBHlPGE DAILY HERAID PAGE FIVE Ufe Convention Opens at on New Irrigation 1'rpjetta tend. and active support of rrrovincW government urclng on Inn' fFiom 'Our Staff Corrfspondcntl MBOICIXB HAT. Alia.. Au? 4-- SusBeslius IP the delesales ami opened tho way fur Ill the Kiupresa theatre for the eIiVna'vc discussiun Of the lei-nth atintuil convention ot the W Wfnls before ,'lic-puMic of I Canada Irrigation Asocialiou haI; ,hc do.e of Iho ofganimlon should, ill the n turn Its attention moro particularly of tbo c-onvei- towards impressing -on, ihe Bjenis of the need of.dc-, Hies of Southern Alherla- and other COBLENZ, Aug. charoe of 25 Zeppelins near Ber- lin threatened to burn them father than deliver them to the allies as required by the peace terms, according to information received by the .United Stales army officials it was learn- ed today. The Zeppe'ins are of 25'tons capacity and carl fly from Berlin to 'San Francisco, accord- ing to German sources. Several of them ire built to carry 40 pas- sengers. OTTAWA, Aug. is a report some Alberta delegate the last moment start a boom for Hen. Arthur Sif- leader. The man behind'the movement is ent enough to give it considerable Walker les o ouern narli 0( tlie. west, rather than Jn the ,-dilrallbii of Ihe farmers in the irrigation, as hail keen Ib" object of the Msoclalion in the nJEI' I .-sided' over b. chairman "f tho executive, of Hon. DuocanNHarsh- ieiii. About one hundred >lct- t ft' Mitchell. ircas-iber In -addressing the coiivenlion a dv. de's' s are present from Sa5kln.Uewall. Al- d more are eniwl-! Al n -ar ,lnc ejected .10 .'this niorhlng in Ihc absence of 7ethbridsc lor the Wednesday Duncan iho is ihe. (celins ofMlw druck Ihe keynote of Ihc, present, tie. fcsslon of oraauizahou so far ne Southern Alberta is cbiicenfcd. yrojccls in '.lie I.elli- WASHINGTON, Aug. executive council of the railway employees department of tne American Federation1 o' Labor went into conference wilh Presi- dent WiUon late this afternoon. It is understood thjit the union offi- cials instated upon receiving as- surances lhat the government would Uke some steps to lighten the high cost of living or give ade- quate Increases in wages to off- set the growth in prices. Out at Oululh Dl'I.L'Tll. Minn.. Aug. nalelv 2.700 shopmen, compristn si-amlalously connected wilh an "un known." Then, In the advertising columns of the eauie daily she fimU i tier opportunity soph- httrated sodeiy-wise eirl a II is part of the scheme ut a: agent li> IIOJM.... thvousli notoriety a'rerlain Wo Mary assumes In Ihe role ot Ihe Duke de ilanu-. and applies ior the post. She become? a flirius denizen ot nielli lil'i: a' IVai-hrVee Inn. She is repuai'l in tier buuerny ro'.ors. her garb, hi'r flittm? ft'i'l. Sin tun ailiiwi tne scun-s and itindi a real IK', alas! fears to iiropoii'. believing Mary is an ad' 1 veuiuri's. lovu will fitui a way. yon tal wliul way diil Mary Mi-Uuirtf fiml. how di.l Mavy learn I" mini! her-, feel -those frolieky fee: lhat persisted in gettinR her iwo trouble? -The l.itllc Devil" il all-arid .Mary is that si-intillaiil I m-, :'venal star. Mae Murray. who comes i to tlie IV.imial Theatre for tlivee days __ (13__ into his own. and Ihc mitine'cicd and triumphant climas in his home -ihe houtc in wblell ihe dominai't liojiularizei Sl, "converted" lhat s ,.Mj.. fo eal 'out of 1m hand. .humor of ihe story is continuous airl ihe wellcmc ot the whole pcrtor- maiue is I" 'be fact that, from the Mar down to Hie smallest the cast is up of capable actor i specially selected to interpret the i types. And there is jusi enough of drama in hold one In eipeelancy when he is not smiling at the keeuess. the wit ami the aiiroitcess of the loiaW'; Theobald Marli today, in tlie most tliiee uaja fascinating 11 i KINGSTON. Out. Auc. ilrur :i lunciieon here, toilay In lion J. ider, il r. i Sickle. M.I'., had his tejt 1 at Ollivva. Mr. Nickle .'ondrmed the later ami indi-'ated that in no the iTur conventions have been in the academic of irrigation. 'its of" welcome were made by Iy 1 KANSAS AUK. star Again and Cbange It ay" car repairmen who are on strike Blue." You can't help 1mm. number of cities in tbc country i it orcliestra. ere ordered to relurn to work by] brotherhood, llie strike laf whs un- JNOTABLE STAGE PICTURE or Increase Wages AUK. 4.-Kour hull- AT STARLAND nCeive. ol an being a ivas laKiuA an various projc-cfs. mid iya-; jn ol providing surveys .nvhicn iroul I lheir Vctnrn Ihey will be cnlcr pul in the hands 'pi people- tue ,nci, ilt a lo be given by Uio I rnntion as to" the iaml capable, of c[ Hat. risation, and the vvater.av.iilal.le. lie r illd not IWnk. however, that .Ihis was, ._. tTTACK LAUNCHED Thn Envernmcnt con- Al 1AV" Irrigation sliould go farlher. and he urged that the Western Can- WASHINGTON, Aug. lor a permanent peace lime of officers anti men, and a system 'of universal military training were transmitted to con- grvs. today by.Secretary of War Aug. attack on policy S.' Army Aug. was '11 ifc.inyi. _r tltnl lift! jJaKCT Tlie'active force of this array.would ciiiins de finite- rai situation would get beyond theirj control. OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN HEAD' SKW YOKK, Rug. :Hnm-1 mitrslelii. Hie producer of grand opera.! led in a hospital here tonight of a omplication of diseasp after an ill-i ess of. several ilays. COLONIAL-3DAY8 EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION BEWITCHING IIPSLEF! Mrs. Hallem Was All Rundown Fo Many Brought Relief. Tanlacjliiis done- me so much'goo MAE MURRAY In Her Mosy'Fascinaticg Picture "The OisliciBus little DBiiil" -And Believe ie Some Little Devil. Too.______ fill ________i____ Dustjn Farnum at His Best in Roger Pocock Play IMPRESS ALSO SHpWING Two Reel L-KQ Con.'edy "MOVIE" RIOT" Featuring Charlie from the Orient COUONIA> CONCERT ORCHESTRA Featuring "Please Touch Jly Daddy's Star Again, and Change 'it Back to Blue." The song air Lefhbridge will bo whislline, sineine and humming. AU lOc THE MANAGEMENT GUARANTEES' THIS ATTRACTION .'SASKATOON, Snsk.r AtifT- _, MacLcan. laakins a eross-connlry Irlp h -gon Saskatoon to Mellort this morn- done me ing. had a pad crash and wrecked his (hatx 1 anl tcelmg jlrs. machine; His mechanic, who-was in t than for a lone, lora, i h the passenger .cocVpil. is in the hos- j Andrew fo a lo ho .farmcrJ .whd.'are crying for immediate, action utte.noon louaj. must" exercise patience. Referring to' the part the Dominion Eovcrnhient should play he made too llalement-that it tho amount of mon- g'y lhe: Federal government had es- pended in Southern AK.erta in ,way nt relict- In ilroiith had -bean used to pay the interest on a capital- ized sum in -.irrigation, tho recurrence of Ihe; call tor belli Uil3 year" would have li'iseji avoided.' no did not Ihlnlt lhat, present lime Ihc Dominion Eovcromenl was S... AtlS- IJ.J, Adriatic .with Canadian sold-STh lopendents is due to arrive1 :k this atternoon. accvordine. -'hurl.f Tlie pilot sustained a few cuts. IT-I.. were caught in a fog heavy ran into a tree had been 1 suffering for a invi uipint, uvi.ui xs received shorlly SUSPEND CALGARY MACHINISTS WIXXIPEG, .Aug.. Roraer- vllle, inlernational Vepresenlallvc 01 Ihjina'chmists. announced lonlgnl-thal he had f'onnil it necessar'y Calsary Local .No. acTOlinl of its Oiic nig Union .nctivities.. Any future meeting the local may hold. will ho nnoiinstiliittdusl and legal unless called by himself per toil, w-ho was (lying anot plane :s; Peoples of 'Europe by Winter be and, Despair ppnflfoT A3 iOn, W tltl ttHS Ihe samctrip, has not yet been heard from. .-V Airman llamiilon is reported lo I have lauded '-SHftly at' NINE MEN IMPRiSONEO IN WEST VIRGINIA M1NEX CHARLESTOWN, W. Vfl.. men are imprisoned a fire In a mine.of the C. D. Thomas Coal company, at Blair, near'here, according; to a report received by W; J. Heatherrnan, chief of. the stale department of mines, herel The imprisoned men, it was said, were, in .communica- tion with Ihc rescue workers and H is believed they saved. nit, ins, e.ii9. a verV poor 1 revcr felt like e.itin ,._n lust enough to keep ine 1 just looked like tho liille formed gas am: Ever a iiopnlar favorite onstage and I 'screen, Duslin Parnuni is enjoying the good itortune, according Jo general port, of iicing provided in ,1.1s latest) superfeature with what is -proy-mr: to, lie the strongest and most allraN rolo of his career. i His slurine adventures in-Ihe i wilds form Ihe main ..thread of the." slory. in which soon another.) and this ti whole-soiile_d girl.L figures and lends interest to the picllirizalion. Tho ac-H lion ot A Man in The Open" is saiil 1 'lo be. swilt and punctuated by periods. THE BEST Three Days Starting Today alive and il Just loosen ni-u nnil punctuated pcmmn I did eal Eoured .and formed gas am suspense: wjlh a stbrllinE this gaa pressed RO aiafnst my ,0 ciose ihe-slory. that-1 had difficulty in., ]atc5t pgnmm play is..credited breathing. 1 troubled wilh lernWe., 5ironK supporting east, not Ihe 1 teaturca being Some-won- nrpairims M .IP... heailaches, too, aixi at times they were M> had lhat il jnst'tclt like my heafl would split niul-i lad aches and Jiams tahl scenes. was so weak and Thn nne: .In the Thrilling Romance ot HiejClrbat Northwest of.ju. eng o photography moun-i I.VJCEKN'K. Sjviticrland, AUR. Before winter sets in (here will be a "terrible of rage anil 'despair ambus rfM-'.urnpe, In which the'linaC remains of civilisation, may 'he lolalfy annihilated." il was ,pre- tUctod'hy'Arthur Henderson, the Brit- lidi hhor lea'd'er. at the oper.inK sloit of the Inlcrnalloiul con- C'oijil eminent liy, the'ctitcnle nalloiis, was J expressed by JamcS Hamsay Mac Don- ald, of the iirilish and Marcel Ihe French Socialist leader, liolh the upeakera demanded IhaUan eiiergeTlo. aftilude be adopted aa hi' the Soclailsls toward these nal-1 i ttrcnco'hsro yesterday. The remarks ut .Mr. Hsni'.erson, who was the'principal British labor lender M-esent'followed those of "Olio V.'slls .tmposaioie ID r.ttuiiiu.ii.. the Jlaloriiy-Sodallsts of Oer- ternatlonal .Socialist organiaI o.n until laferl lhat the German Ih6 ouestlun of waf responsibility was Sue- settled. 'He. further ftiamoml Drug i'taUoie'r, Slorc and in Warner by Mn N Dcr rick -Aihcrllscment u and Open" will be seen at the Kinpress Ihealre commencing today (of, a three'day MAE MURRAY AT THE 'Mary had Ihe the Jlonce ill ir blood. v i And yet she w-as nkj family of three. j discharged for romping wlillo at ik'thcs clipped, euier- ''incipient affection Percy. butcher's boy ha.ving staled, tin! iillle dolcrmlnes lo hitcli ber wngon lo a star, She reads ill Iho newspaper Inat the Duke dc Saiitcrne's namo.lfas been AUo a Sunshine in 2 noSrihg- Acts Fatal Mar-uigs Other good attractions and Miwic Ftt. the PIclnKa. General AdmUriin, Adults id Families and War Widows i.w; 35c 25c "HARD BOILED" WEONESOAY. AND THURSDAY AT STARLAND We the War Tax AiVchildrtn: Evenings IQcl Holiday Matintet ;