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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. AlT.l'St S, 1919 LETIIBHrtMrE DAILY HKRAIH PAGE FIVE Magistrate Noble's -Strikers Fired Kirs'l Shals Evidence of Prosecution WISSIPKG. Aue. lias been introduced evidenio to shoiv llmi j this strike was moro llian a strike. PcrKap. half ot the strikers Ihoueht it was a strike; bul cm any reasonable man say Ibat some of tbo leaders re-, garded U as an ordinary Et'riko? It Is 10 Irille with the hvlollleence of men when 5'ou try lo anainst it It; a revolution, and 11 Is'Impossible j io disassociate from Ihe evldem-o Moil Hiesc men, Iho'dire consequences of II." la these words Magistrate Noblo lodav ruljyl I" evidence of tho riots of Juno 21 at the Irial of the clfilii labor leaders charged will! seditious- conspiracy. First Shots Hugll H. X. SV. SI. 1'. de- tective swore tliat the first shots fired tiy rioters from a .22 calilirc rifle Mid that Constable E. Henry one of tLe moro seriously Injured ot the mounted troops, was struck in Ihe neck lir a .22 bullel; Liter discoursed .K shells -were found iu front of tlio i hall. A letter lo U D. llusscll from 1 Dickie.- chairman ofi rllvlslon 4, Railway Brotherhood, said; "I sec by (ho llut you arc chairman of. tha soviet in Winnipeg. Moro power lo you." A le'.lcr from H: B. nnssoil was read In -which lie hlitorr of ilip much- discussed eicluaivo dUgnun of Ihe lovlel Eorerninent Is "I am In receipt of a diagram from Mrs. Hose Henderson, Montreal, which Daniel Debute draw about nino years ego and which Lenlnc Had used in planninE- the soviet organ- the loiter said. j JOURNALISTS THRESHED MEMBERS EMBASSY STAFF COPENHAGEN, Aug. dis- patch received from Vlsnna says thai, according to Die Zell, the Hungarian ambnsEador fled from Vienna .Wednesday night in an auto after having destroyed his secret dccuments. The dispatch adds thai Hungar- ian journalists and officers went to the embassy on Thursday morn- Ing and thrashed the staff and three of the members into the street. STRIKING SHOPMEN TO WORK KANSAS CITY. Mo, Avis. Re- sponding to (lie appeals ol Iho heads of" tho international organizations, striking slippnieu ol sii PRISCILLA DEAN IN NEW >LAY. I NIETZSCHE CREED EXPOSED "THE EXQUISITE IN -UNPARDONABLE SIN" AT COLONIAL eitraordinary screen Prlscilla Dfao iu her newest play, production. "Tbo UnpardouaWe Sin." iLfatre a dasH of ualrous have heretofore been Intliueil lo scolt iho moving jilcture as a means of (ell- infi a dramatic sjorv. Reviews of the picture liava been yiriuled in- oilier tillcs cmi.haslze Ihe fact llial ho here Is ime ot Ihe if w photoplays starts oul lo (io Evidence of Xewsniioerman Ad- milled Showing Statements cf Strike Leaders JCHARLES RAY rniTNTBV AS LUUN1KI WINNIPEG. Aug 7- At lln' trial of TIIDC rpcnfrc.l.-i l UKfc> j the strike leaders on a thu I lions voiippiraiy ibii forenoon MaRis- Iliale I'.. M. Noble tviiloncc j of any one liaviiiK doue "apyihiu-i in L furtLprame of ibe (-ouliuun dcsiscn." I whether known lo eight lalior le-id- cr uol. is KJuJiJsabU-. "It RFAN'V BtftNS PIT 'shi' rit-; Ifh i let.1 fiirl CTliok.' u.. LG oiiw of llio ujifarlU'iaK- SniSJyns ol aragl fron, cliy T1ieluP fine slyle _m Iho latest j a of "this kiml ;ic jldvii lo raise uiunt-y from ibe farm Glove, U-uscrt would (OL- isuhio- cra lo slarl filrlns-br-an .-Mining thrilling serial. lliitii; for winch they niiy not be re-' il is a anJ Coming attraclions a( tlip Colociulj ho slated, i" TCttly In ob-[ Uny. as Toby the 110- ai-couni jure "Tlie Unpardonable Sin" scheJ- ijettioiTs by defense (ounscUio iulro- laj" from tho. farm, tho ivbole, ulcrl for Monday uexl. ilonroc 01 o-.-idL-n-.-f a-i u> aciiuns ofi ibing and finally wins ihc mayor'b Salisbury In [The UlihtVing Trail" nurrions not idcnlinm or J daughter in the 'sciicdulert for Thursday next. willi llio on trial, Tit? niagistrati; quoted lliil in consjiiraoy trial ol lion c-oula lie much wi'lcr Thau in or- of ytslcrday raised Lhe qucjllop of tilt Kovcjnmeni's Irish policy, tjylns-ho -wanted a rtiacuaslou of it. URvid I-loyil Gcorse. the premier, replying, expressed llio belief that a discussion now -would not conduce to favorable sclUenicuL- He- liad an Irish volley In view, LR said, 1'uL realiiej thai lliero ipxisted fresL dif- ricullies which mlslH Induce the goi-- ernnient to modify or cliangfl partic- ular they iniglit hold. is not a credit, to trip country Uiftt hundreds ot years of Drillsh rule In Ireland we have failed lo suc- ceed in reconciling Ireland lo the (lie. 11 ii tlio business ot statesmanship bring Hut condition' of Hilngd lo pud. The rale ol nol he i last word." next wqck or the follow-1 ivcc-h [o .submit lo tho house a, general review of Ihe economic sit- lation :md. policy In the British Jsles reuerally because lic.vi'jahed to place be nailou face io.face with Its rc- i. The sHnalion in many respects was abnormal and so grave haL he feared it Impcssiblc lo re- cover und re-eslabllsh tilings unless realized Ills re.iyonsibHily. The urgmiient nroso vjien U. Hals- ford, iHyrspapcrmali, loM of some OUP distributing copies ol the "Soi-ialisl Uullp.Un" article? Lv N'lKobi Lou- i inc. Introduced in the paper as com- inff from the soviet Itussiati Explaining conuc-citun l-ctwccn distribution anJ the A. J. Anrtrev.s. K.C.. crown said: 1 "We linvc letters as p.vliibits FJLQIV- ing that Russell ami others were en- gaged in this propaganda ;mil were E MPRES TODAY AND TOMORROW S x The'Dramatic Presentment of Life's Greatest Problem "CHOOSING A WIFE" Future of Annual Event in Lelh- bridge Spoken of By Mr. Dunham r- The Cbsutauaua staits lodar, and the very fine program deserve.? to be well patronized.1-p The are' teyonrt those ot previous- years Tho lectures premise lo be ol a educative ana interesting nature..Thii nay bo gathered from tho name o fluch men as Glenn Frank on (lie pro- gram. The. muafcal program is one- that Is bbund to be entertaining, Iii the malt or of the Chaulauqua, Mr. Dunham, al Ihe Board ol Trade Ilia I nil Iho outelcte cite Is were and more have to be urovided. Aa to the future- fiuar- nnleetnE of'tho CliBiuLaiiqua, lie fell that he- bo go on with thoiame unless ihc huslness men showed tbcJr interest in it and. .got behind it. what the'Chau- tanqua particularly to lie fell Hint there was Abundant naod of co-operaHoiranc? In- terest in making "il a yearly Institu- tion.. CITY AND DISTRICT Acting General1 Secrelary H. II. .Hull, of. been appolntoil nclinK general secrclnry of the Albania Social Scrvlccu League, cccdlnE ncir. A. W: Cooce. raising money Tor (L aud dlsirlliuteil Ihcsc Socialist bulletins .at nicctEu H. Bray, healing a dclcgHlian ot re- turned men al ihe parliament build- Ings, had declared ,lbat he.''was a iiol- j shDVlst :niil desired Ihe Eovii't jsyp ot govbrnnicuV' Mi. Andrews sniil Mr. JJalsford's evidence i meeting at the Majestic: theatre on 1 Jan. '19, wMttr vra? jiroposed' a! memorial service in honor of F and MCBSTS. George Armstrong anil II. n. j Russell were speakers, the latter, said the witness, thai Iruth; with roeard lo the Ilussian soviel was being kept hack from the rest ol the world. The witness thought that he laid respon- sibility at Lhc door of the J. Johns had a hloodloBs revolution was coming. Tie aiJ, liut Ulu men burg, who folio sure there -would lie a riRhl with bloodshed. Went to Warner .'AV. M.ilchell, director of. labor bureau-T in the province, vaa hrlhc city yesterday.; and lett for f.< Kipp, Indignant' A-Tisitor: frorn IjClhuridge, who nl Klpp'KsL evenfnc T.'hen the airman flew over, says" that the. people thcra were highly indignant that tho aTlalor did there nor-clrcle-tUe r Wrapper- Around Herald. The.' copies of Ihc l.etlih'fidgb'Her- altl'wlilch Capfaiu Hoy carrletl-'along with. Mm to Ve dropped .along Lhc1. All the Town 'on Hund To-ftivc Ihc Aviator H Housing Welcome lo The HHO ;iioy on his trana-' CKA.VHHOOK: 'due .here at p.m. LelhliHdge to Calgary j Jlocky flight wrappers .with "Aerdferam I vcr to Calgary arriv'cil at. 2.01 thus j l nifh'ules OM WHEN THt WRINKIES BE61M TO SHCrW StENC CHOOSING. A WIFE" And Latest Outing-Chester Picture and a Real Christie Comedy COLONIAL TODAY SATURDAY NOW PLAYING (DAZZLING PRISCILLA DEAN In Her Newest, Wonder Picture 11 The, Exquisite ThieP' IN SIX PARTS seeing Friscilla Hcan "The Kxuuisitc Thict" Lit iho Colouial tonight or Saiiirday. I you will no longer ask llie nu lion "Where can I see ibe best pictures in You'll positively Niat you ran sec them al the Colonial all I thb time, "pie EiqulsJlo Thief- is simply groai. We you'll enjoy it. Won't you lake- our word for it, and come on down f COMEDY FEATURE CHARLIE CHAPLIN In His Two Reel nloi "HARD LUCK" -TJr f ftn.-t' CHARLES RAY Bt.ins' MARIE WALCAMP fn (.'IB Latest Episode of COLONIAL ORCHESTRA in Soulheru Alljcrta You can see Itiis UOLIJAIl SIIOW lor loaay. The kid- dios can get for a Uun diuift r.t hlgnts, or a on Sa1.- urday afternoon. I Charles Ray IN "String Beans" Tliis pod from the tall breaking imu JournallElil. but the "subscription deparlincnt sot hold of him first, and he came mtgaly near gelling two surpcribers' in ODC day's vbrk. -'ALSO "CUPID'S DAY OFF" A brand new two-reel Para- indniit Scmiell Scream, and "TOPICS-OF THLD AY" This is, a. very ['iuny reelAyhlch sltow every week cnJ. Admission: Adults 35e; Child ;ren.lOc. Matinees, Sc. G.W.V.'r, War Widows add Families, Adults 25c.- 1 "We are cliargliis 35c tor, this program because it costs'us a price anil is -ivortn Ihc money. franrfthc Lcthbrldge Ilcf- M. on the occnslon oE the'first ACTO- orer the Hpcky aihs, Of. Service" 16" Capt. Hey getting'the J.N 4 ivlth' Captain loy away on Its, lap to Calgary, Ai- red .Jarvlg, Illght ''I meclianlc of the toyal.'iAir Forci, rcndsreri ace 'netcssary io 'get-'lhq uinchiiiD. "much scryicB, sold well known Thnrsdar hia P. -Burns alid Co, rhey_ be' ihe' besl iheep so far this year. Ihe coinpany's buyer al .loaded fivo cars at Uje Vshlpnicnt3 going lo' Lelhbrldgc, HeginvCnlgan' and Van- couver. J. ills lime ,between Graiitl Forks -anil I liere. After circling-Jvcr liu made a-beautiful landing.pn (he oiien prairie iiorth'of lown'ithero sqnidges had been huilL In order to guide liin as fo .After; repJeniah- lug His machine oil ami gasoline and having hatl lunch ItinisclT, Capt. on Ihe nest leg ot liis Jour- ney, risinc from (lie erou'ricl, at 3.25 p.nr. His ncxL' stop being nl Lelli- bridgc. 1 ,Tlie presence o[ Captain E- llov In this clly Ilia trans-HocVy flight ivas by'upwards of three lliousaiul people. l.onc, licfore Ihc hour ot, tirriyal tlie aertulronie 'on finis cast of (lie cUy'ivftB hlRCkc ivilli people.) who eagerly, scanned Die horizon, to'gel ;i gltinnse of the airman'. Hoy. who by ihe ivay is-a Keloivnu came in f.ight al 2.0S In liis .Curtis 4 "rod dev- il'-' prelly landiu? amid an awe-Inspired f lie came by waj of Crawford COIONIAL.J DAYS STARTING MON. NEXT V IN MEMOR1AM tish, who-dled fn t'rancc oh -Angus' Ch'tlat chvap tto br'ojieu clnaer "when -we .meet again. rememoered ,hy, hia loTlpe Tvlfe riirl children. Raymond, Alia. Tho-Spanlah. parllamcnlN a Ihc proposal that Sp'atn gna of nations, Etesiest Part meal says when the folks start in on POST Grand Forks, some 75 off the regular Iravcl roiile. Ilc'inade' ka circjc Iho'Jlatfi 'b'efore Jrinrlins anil jjicrfortrtctl a couple or hafr rnlFsin? slunls in mJfl-alr -vvhiftli sent a thrill downjhc'splnc lit Ihe audience. After- landing he hnnded niall lo Ihe I ..ever delivered In Cnmbrook- ty ncropianc. Tho reception nnd ar-; rniigcinenL commUtoD, n.-erc on hiintl" nnd helped'In'every way lo niakp his shorl stay hi Cranlirook as possible. .Tho birdman w'aS'' thci rrieit of i.hn (Inlf CiuVaL liincheon'.Jn i their biilldlng, iho steward ind- Carl who served In Ihc! I nnd Amertcat; aviation ooX charge ol the machine.'ami lontt- :d U 'up with 21 gnllbng 'of- Queen gasoline nnd tour gallons of I'olarinu, oil. Alter lunch Klfghl Cnplain Hoyj out sonic hilcrestlng informaUon :o Cranbronh people, Ho staled thai! tfao reception tondered h'ni uas In pplnl of.mimberi nnrt cnlhnslflsm (he bcs! nccorcled him thns Tar on Jils trip.. 'CrRnbTooli had n perfect landing place, Ihc aerodrome, best In Chp west, After taking on the necessary gas. and oil and an'lnapcc- tloh.of'.lKe mach'iiQ Hoy took to the nlr at 3.25, heading-tn tho direction of which place mo at- forded Ihc fcafifeuls a close up flying Fcrntc In leas lhan ono'hoiir's time. SIN! WHEN THE FAULT IS COMMITTED 'WOMAN HIDES WALKS PROUDLY. ERECT! SO CONVENIENT FOR SO BITTER rOR. WOMAN! THE SIN THAT WON'T WIPE OUT. JULE AND JAY J. ALLEN PRESENT SUPER-HUMAN- PHOTOJJRAMATIC PRODUCTION; THE UNPARDONABLE SIN WRQUOHT BY DEGRADED PURPOSES. AND THE DEBAUCHERY OF VIR. TUE; THE MURDER OF ITY; THE SLAUGHTEn OF "EXALTED WOMANHOOD; THE CRUSHED ROSE Or THE DEFILE-- MENT OF WHICH CRYING .FROM EARTH TO THE GOD OF VENEEANCE, MUST FOR- EVER SEAR THE-HONOR OF THE BRUTAL ENEMY. WITH 1 Louts Iho minister of Finance [I has (rformed the Imdgol coraniHtce'or (ho KrtnCh .cliatnber of depiitTca, lliol I he Is opposed lo ihc. proimscd nll'oiinl- The minister -slnlccl ihat he preferred, a nallohal loaji. BLANCHE SWEET i 'IN THE LEADING DUAL ROLE9, SUPPORTED BY A TREMENDOUS COMPANY, DIRECTED BY MARSHALL f. SIN" A TERRIFIC; OF MAJOR RUPERT v v HUGHES' ASTOUNDING STORY, PAIGES 50c Children only wheii tcebmpuiied by putnti 25c Mitince DlKy il 2.30 7.00 ind 9.15 Sharp You can forgive lying, stealing, hate, or even murder, but there is one SIN eVen God would not fbr- not forgive. NOT A WAR PICTURE L ;