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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY; AUGUST u, HMO THE i.nrnmRiDGE DAILY HERALD PAGEFIVl POWERFUL LOCOMOTIVES FOR CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS PRINCK OF WALES IS NEWFOUNDLAND ST- JOHNS, Mild., Aug. The battleship Renown, bringing the Prince of Wales U.Ncv.-iound- land, Gighted at 6 a.m. local time loday from Cape St. Francis Hgtilhouse at southern en- trance .of Conception Bay. The Renown and hf r escort, the cruiser Dragoon, were about 17 miles away, sttamirg slowly. of 25 Lilgli-grady passenger locomotives now goinE Inlo service on Canadian N'ttlonnl fUHways. Technically Ihey known the H-5-2, or Pacific lype and embody the latcsi 1duai, In ihc cou- ninicUon of iiaisenRer fliers: they arr capsblo of handling the hcavlesi ol passenger trains at hlgn speed ami vcre dcsipiK-U fo- transcontinental seri'lcc. Didn't Like Ivens Advocacy a Bloodless Evidence ;it .Winnipeg of TYIXNIPKG. Aug. hearing Of the eight strike leaders charged r Tvilti seditious conspiracy this fors- noon saw Scrfcl. K. G. Coppius, V.C.. on Ihc .stiiud. The related hoN- during the riots offline 10 a mob composed largely or foreigners at- tacked him and indicted injuries to his ribs. Hnrry Ucslialuli. Tt.XAV.M.P. iletcc- llvo, told ol n meeting In Liberly Hall on-.May 2 at which William Iveus Epokc on the One Ills Union more- incut, jyens' predicted a change was coming, btit-'c.riircssed (tic hope it imghl ,coine wilhouL bloodshed, jialil Tvllneas, nl members or his nudEehce objected, declaring revo- lution conld not be achieved without. bloodshed; that the rich man Vould not give up hla house aud car' with- out fighting. P. Alamazo'i rose and expressed with Ivens' Ea.id. (hat and childrci> lisul" died tvoiri 111 treatment by bar- barous capitalists, and lliercforo tlionld I be afraid to Jiill should kill them as first as we can get he raid, ac'conUilg to the Y'ltuess. These; reinaiks were ivcll received and members of the audience said AlamazoH was- a truo Ilussian Socialist. Then' llipy turned to Ivons niu] questioned htm. Ivens sniil. tliat ho agreed wlih tlicm, the witness de- r'clarcil. _ lold aiiutijcr '-niectini; held on when Tom an eastern labor lender, on Llio One Big Union. He salil llic One Dig Union would not have to strike; thnt it -went .well organized can take iv ha I we waul." said witness. comniuntst ;i book- Icl containing, statements thai the 'communists were In .favor of tfolcnt revolution. rcromuicmlcd iunl soM at a meeting a week ago ai which Prltcharil was tlie. subject OL croas-eiamlnation ot-Rcret. J. HeamoH, of the Replying to quw- lions.'the ivitncss safrt he had read hook and Immleu It to the crown as evidence. Defense coun- sel read unssagca from the preface to show that it had been written in 1SSC and It declared tlial it pertained to Lethbridge Daily Herald WANTS To Furnisli.News of s FOREMOST CARMANGAY- VULCAN NEW.DAYTQN ETZIKOM Enough ptld to m Idiure moments 'profitable, .Apply' NfiWSEDlTOR HERALD, LETHBRIDOE LIBERALS I WESTERN FARMERS BRITISH PREFERENCE IlrUish preference should he in- IJriliMi preference increase 50 pe creased r-fr per ceiil general tariff. [SHOP STRINGER ON WAY BACK FROM OVERSEAS MONTJtKAU Aug. -Among on St-auti'iia docked ou ufUTtt the .Hlfibt KEV isbop oC Yukon, v.i lonths has bten ovt iviiig lectures to i I. O. Kirin tur tlit- lasi 1'J 'Uh In on tlli- WASHINGTON. H- 1-epislu- tiou proposing thr lUeiisiuR of i-urpor-'x aliens k.ivhitf cupilal or a a ut f J'v PCC'.yt'O or mure engaged in j cnm'iuert.-v and aulhoriiuiK supervislen over ULC istuaiuv uf: storks aud f-ecuriilts, luirmliK-tMl j today by Senator Kellogg, Ktpubli-. oau, -Minnesota. LU'tosos would bo i Issued by i lie federal trade louiiula- i sioa vi'hlct'i would bavo Uor> apiracies In restraint of trade it we vde lo revoke the liftns: but was educated iu Upper Canada CoiJegc where he excelled iu bil ath-! If tic sports. Hi's scrPtn career has been exclusively wi'.U Metro ynd lie played In .surli rrodu'-iiuns ;is Trail 10 "No Man's j "Uoslun Illackit's Little "rncxpct'icil I'larcs." "J I ill ing tlie i Mish yjiots" ;unl "Tho Spenrtor." 'THE UNPARDONABLE SIN" AT COLONIAL TODAY runiuK-jii-iiiK uiih tho niaii- ]ic-rfovmaure this afternoon, tlip tremendous production of Major Hughes' astounding si cur. Kin." will "Tbe object of nur was a ,tlle ihe bishop. Jl was noi our iu reach some- g tltai had been ncylc-t-.t-d or over- oo'xed by the chuijtaLiis soil Kit- Y.M. .A.; raihcr to tiv.- and roprc- cniatlvc views- Jtii'l 10 brhiR the mcu nfu P bill .Bin more.. right ftlonff Rrd ftrn happy over Ihe won- derful; Improvement baft rnade.ln my condition that' 1 wan cverrhpdy [q know about H." ..Tivnlac li Soltl'tn LethbrMgc h- Jpbn, D, fr .Co.: In CoAJ Imral Olaih.in.l S- Rlallonnrv- Sloro.'nml In Warner hy Mrs, Dcv- NOW IT IS 1 WE'VE TOLD YOU ALL ABOUT IT, YOU'VE BEEN ANXIOUSLY WAITING TOR IT NOW SEE IT HARRY GARSOfl PRESENTS j Blanche Sweet And An Enormous Company, in only in Ue anniais of shame Sec tiic result of nwnfteactiftfesin- .Harry G arson's'' TREMEMDOUSPRaDDCnON HUGHES' Major Rupert Hughes' Astounding Story Produced by Marshall Neilan Matinee Daily at 2': 30 NighU at 7.00 and 9.15 -Sharp, OLON1A Mlays Stirling TODAY L 50c ChUdren 25c; (Only when accompanied ;