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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, Al'GUST 11, 1919 THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FTVI POWERFUL .LOCOMOTIVES FOR CANADIAN RAILWAYS PRINCE OF WALES IS I NEAR NEWFOUNDLAND I ST. JOHNS. Nfld.. Aug. The battleship Renown, bringing the Prince ol Watts to land, was sighted at 8 a.m. local tlnle today from Cape SI. Francis Itghlhouie at Ihe southern en- trance ,.ol Concentica Bay. Tne Renown and her esc or I, Ihr cruiser Dragoon, v.ere about. 17 miles away, itcaming slowly. bu! was educated iu Upper Canada ho cxeelleJ la ill ath loll i1 ?poru. His screeu I'jrecr lias beou exclusively Metro and ho hiH Clayed in such 1 "Tin- Trail 10 ".No Alan's j l.aml." illacVLc's Liule j 'Tneiijct ted "1 lilt ing HiSli y-Kiia" and "Tlio Spcii'ler." AT COLONIAL TODAY BISHOP STRINGER ON WAY BACK FROM OVERSEAS Aug. 11. -AIIJ.IUB imfpengCrs Oil I which docked on S-iiiirJay iitu-rnoon, was the RiKtit Itrv. I O. Stringer, bishop ot Yukon, Ai.o LUL- lUt- last lo months has been engaged In giving lectures 10 ilu- uoyps on ciil- "Tbc object o' tnir was n litlle in'.suiid era t ood." saul the bishop. "li was noi our idea 10 leach ?ome- ihing tlial had been or over- looked by the chit nnJ trie- Y.M. C.A.: rather (o frc-ti and reprc- Ecnisilvti vievi's-Hti'l r, brlnp the meu Info direct touch with their boour WASHINGTON'. tioii j-jrupos-iiJE the UceiiM-K o! aliens hnvlntf capital or anstu ol UNPARDONABLE SIN" PQO.Ol'Q or more engaged in cdnimerve and' aulLuriziiiK rtileiu! _____ supervision liu1 iKsuauix1 of: storks aud securities.--was with Iho special man- toitBv Ly Senalor Kellogg. llenuWi-; this alleruuuii. ilie ciu. would jihtMudrjiimtie production 'Issued by The federal" iradt- of Majnv Ilupert Mushes' astounding -sicm which would have supervisory I Unnardonablo Kin." of :5 lilfh-cradu passenger locomctij-es now goinj; Info service cm CauaJbn -S'aUonal lutlwavs. 'Technically Ihey hcown as the or I'ncjQc lypc nni] embody Hie latest Idtai. in iho caa- BiincLloD of passenRer niere; Ihey capablo of handling the heaviest ot passenger trains at higli syced nml were 10- iransconiJnctrjal scri'lcc. "AN AGONIZING JOURNEY" Hrr ton anl.s. who had eaten ilio meal [rom a rovr wliiclL had rabies. readied the o[ Ml ah l ixiiiiblnaiioiu ll In reslraiul of trade li prorde loner to revoke- ihe liL-t M Didn't Like Ivens Advocacy ;i Bloodless Evidence at Winnipeg of Aug. hearing Of the elRhL Elrike leaders charged 'seditious conspiracy this fore- noon saw Scrgt." T. C. .Coppins, Y.C., on stand. The serseant related how during the riols ofTluhc'lO n mob composetl largely oC foretellers nl (ackcd III in antl iuflictcj -injuries to his ribs. Harry Deslt'nluk. TC.XAV.M P. rtctcc- tlve, tolil of a meeting Iti Hall on -May '1 at- which William Ivens Bpoke oil the One Union move inwit. Ivens preil'cled-a chRngc was coming, bup'oxjiresscd the bone thai It might.come without, bloodshed, wllness, at which mcraber.i- of hls- nudlcnce objected, declaring that rcvo lutloir could not be Achieved wllhoul bloodshed; that the rich not give up Ills houfc aud car'.wlth out ligntjjiE. Ji Alamazoff rose and eipressei disFallsfnciion whli Ireiis' specch. suld thnt women, and. cLildrei hncj dloil froiri HI bar tiaroua capitalists, and therefore "wb> Eliould I be afraid tb Vill >Ve should kill them ns foci as we can get he sntd, acconlirts to the ..pitiless. These; revtiarks were well received nnd menilje'rs of (he audience said AlamazofC was a truo Eociallsl. Then lo Ivens und ancstioiiecl blni. Ivcns paid that ho agreed wlib Ihein, the '.vilncas dc- Witness told of1- another meeting he.O on May U) when Tom Cnss'tly, nn eastern labor leader, siiokc 031 the One Big Union. Ito salt! tlic One Union would not have to strike; that if it were .well organized can lake what we said a. book- let containing statements tliaL the 'communists ivcre In .fnvor ol violent revoliitton, recomc'cmlcd anil sold :it a meeting a week ajro rit n-hich_W. Ar Prilcbanl (he siibJccL cross-eiamlnaiion of-Sorfit. J. Ileamcs, of the n.N.VV.M.P, Itcplying to quea> Jlons, ?thc witness said he had read boo'K and banilcd II lo Ihe crown for'usc as evidence. DcCcnse coun EGl rend iiassagoa from Die preface to show tbat it had been written 4n anil It declared Dial it pertained la LIBERALS WESTERN FARMERS BRITISH PREFERENCE Jlrltish preference should he in- Ilritish preference increase 50 per TCflsctl teut general tariff. edifsc-tiera! tariff, aid that further gradual uniform reductions be made on British imports thai will ensure complete free trade between Britain and Canada In five years. Qaa of Ihe most thrilling ajii dra rual.'p pictures over seen upon tbc will ehowti at (ho Kntprrss 'nKageineiii of thiee vt Tm-sday and Wt-doesJay iliis wtfch. Majur lluiieri 1'ugbcs, who 'The diJ ruit fee I jilmioplay version of the siory un- weeks nttor It had been com-1 ird. When lie Mrs, Hughes wurc iindlly affcrcied the opuoriunity' of wiiupfsicK the big picturi-. Mr. illil what Tc-w authors of Ma calibre cirr do hi (he case ot photo- play he pave ii nn.ib5olnt4- ly i-letii bill of health, saying thai. It nilcj Iriii u'ith firlde to bare a wonderful screens production based upon A siory or his. "The L'npardon- nble Bin" lias been announcad as Ihe attraction for the CoJonial theatre, te- -7oninK today. The matinees will oominence ai 2.30 Malin dcacrLLcS is ;igoa-1 Ihealro three daya ularUnr today, izing. The pilsvims Mould N'orjua Talmadge as tlic Princess not acctpl Ibe assurance of physic.'pns t "The New Moon'1 has one of the i.icsi that they wwe in no danger, and in-1 iLileros.LJng of her career. Tlie slsled uyon Ihoroupli iniV.vidual siory taltcs you lo tar-away Russia, So, fiuully, after mui'Ji Hie women register as com they finally rtccicfarl lo luni'liomc themselves and telegraph eai-li afternoon, and the evening will start at 7.00 and sharp. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW METRO PICTURES PRESENT BERT LYTELL IN "FAITH" DII you belic-vc- in templing A man BS a mean, lu vrove bis hunfiiy? This is what in "Kaiili." Hee ilie original way one man solved Iho prcblcc; ot he shnulU do. when he found H -liacnonJ necklace. "THE TERROR OF THE RANGE" "A SAMMY IN SIBERIA" Comedy The (.'omupilUon on the "Terror of lunge." open to all children under 14 years ot i-ige will close next Saturday. Seo it thU week and make a eucsi as to who thft "Terror" 1s, Adults, 2Sc Children, 10c Children, 5c :heir relloiv-vUlRgy was unnecessary. that RECIPROCITY Reciprocity be accepted by Ihe par- AMERICA HAS MADE PROTESTS WASHINGTON, AUR. pruteais against Ihe agrarian law ot tbe MciJcan Eiaio ol Sonoro, which iis BE Illimitable to American intcrcsls, have" been made 10 'Ibe Mexican govenimcni hy tlir; stale paUmenl, iLc scnait was Inrormed to- dny by President Wilson, htirc oif moil property poff thi cotniuuni1 There is Icstivlty ll'.a j-ialacn, md Iho dnnci lii armu ot her I'rincp. Is urjovvaro of the unbidden guest. Then tomeB a hllndine tr am) t'ealh TlsH upon the scene, nnd the old moon 306.5 to clccp on one ot In history. .Tbe action ot siory carries yon" through the big anvl 6'iinll LOTUS ol tbu empire Thtre Is mi in- lawlesstiess and but in tho end "Tha Maun" finis (lie lovers .united and 11 Ibeijx with HB silvery .lialhtjnt of Canad; All tarilC concessions granted' lo f olhcr cotmtries lie iinmcil'silely- ex- tended to Great BrilMu., THE FREE LIST ..Apical ayd producls of wheat. All food stuff not menlioncd in X rci-lprocily agrcenienl. Kami Inipicmenls and maclilncry, farm ma- Iraclbrs, mining, flour and Bawmlllchiucry, fcrlllizers. machinery. Ilough and dressed lumber Gasoline, lubricants. tf Illuminatine [Lois, Inhricaiing oils. Xcis, net nvincs, equip- mcnt. narv materials onlcrine.into same. materials and machinery used In their manufacture. Coal, ceinenl. r GENERAL REDUCTIONS redticMons ot burdens An Immediate aud all-around reduc- of .customs taxation. tlou ol all customs tariff. IN MEMORIAM In loving rii'cmory o[ our dear bro- Lhcr. I'le. Kreil Hewitt, who wss kill- cil in arlion on Aujrujt lOlh. 131S. Not forgollcn by his sisters. Aggie anil Mny. and brothers in-lavVj Dun and Ted, One or the tiesl that Goil itiu'.d send, A loving brother anil faithful friend- His unknown cravo is the billerc'st f Xonc Itut' acliing hearts can know. IN MEMORIAM I In loriiig memory of. Vred Hewitt. 2nj CanailiaflJMolliltcJ Rifles, killed in ctioil lOtb. 191J.- lis King and Coiiulry railed him; The call wai.'ibt'in Vain, iut on the roll pf You vvill secjiur brother's Ever rcracmbsrpil by his father and irothcrs, TODAY Prices 35c, 2Jc ind 10c Lethbridge Daily Herald WANTS' ts To Furnish. News of 1 FOREMOST CARMANGAr 'VULCAN .1 NEW DAYTQN ETZIKOM Enough to mrfe leliure -profliable. Apply Im NEWSEDITOR HERALD, LETHBRIDOE STRIKING EMPLOYEES AT STOCKYARDS BACK CHICAGO, Aug. employees at the slockyards re- turned to Work this morning after the fast of ihe pjtrol had been withdrawn in with an agreement Saturday. Every plant was said to In' full operation for the first .time in'more than a week. Following a quairel with his wife, a Johnston, Pa., miner sat on two sticks oT dynamite and lit the fuse. Ilo wns blown lo pieces. (ADVERTISHMBXT) 1! lolitlcal conditions of llfdse days and not necessarily lo conditions'aL the imc the preface was written, 1SSS. It was an .historical document, said defense 'counsel, and could "not tic classed as .rcvnluLionnry. Sergt. KcaniL-3 saiil IVOIIB' ndtlressss ill coiilalned "serai- con crcto" incllcmcht to riot- Iln riougbl Ivons.iva's sincere, but, bis ad- dreaees ivere Ill-advised, considering .he type o> his audttncc. lie rcniem- jcred one meeting at the labor church when Ivens "You onfiht to study a little, learn something ol going on. Von are capahlo of thinking for yourself." Coiirt ndjourncd'imtll tomorrow. CANT GET SEATS IN CTIME FOR SESSION BRRT ACCLAiMEO BRILLIANT SCREEN STAR: In loving of our dear brother. Pic. Frill HcivlUj No. 160395, 2nJ C.M.n.. wEo'nas-killed iii acliou I9JS. Ever remeinljeretl by Mr. und Mrs. Ilettitl and child- en. 1 Berl Ijytell, who will be RLSTI IQ the llctro drama "Faith." at Sjar- and today lor a tKs-o-day lias, in a' short -screen career ot a little over a oiie of the mq_st popular and' loved stars of the screen. leaving the stage for the picture-drama Jlr_Lytell reached fame, not only through his natural dramatic talent ivhicli is inherited from liis parents who were both di5- tlngnlEhcd arlists of tbe slage and also Ironi his grandfather, J. 1C. ?ilor- timer, for years ono of Augustin Daly's most brilliant stars, but he also. owes a great deal of his rapid rise to bis own hard work' and application. For some years Mr. Lytetl played leading roles In stock' but his splendid work atlracled the attenlion of New York managers and Zie soon appeared iu leading roles on Uroadway. His lat- est slago play was "Mary's Hi is producllDii he was co'Starrecl with .Irene'Fenwiclc- BcrL Lylelt was born in Xcw Vort NORHA TALMADGE IN THE NEW MOON IN 6IX ACTS ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE in "THE BOUNCER" AND THE LATEST PATHE GAZETTE AND ANOTHER C. R. V SCENIC FILM. OTTAWA, Aug. view o[ the requirements of law, II would appear that, there' la no possibility of sir Henry Draylon. Lho new rainlslcr of Jlnlance; Hon. Ihe Liberal leader, OT Ur. S. r. Tolmle being ablo to appear'in the conimona ucfore Ihc tnd-q( September, or the early parl or October. The matter of by-clectlona now engaging Aic at- tention 'of Hid government nnd Llic dcpar.fmcnliol justice aiid H is prob- able thai a number of writs Issued shortlr. It is''sold to bo.likely thnl Dr.' .It W. Kdwanla, ul Fronlcliac, "ft'lll retire In order to provide for Sir DrayJon, v the.provisions o[ the Domin- ion at, the rc'ccat session o[ uarllamcnl, it la pos- sible" ln-.thewltli ovor ii.opiilatlon, there arc. very fow corislliucnclca; In which a voters! Hat. can. he llrypaicd by cnummllon.: Iri purely rliral ccn; sllluenclcs when jcnuhierallon Js- Iho plan provided for by -Die MM; be posslhlf'to hiilj an' clctlfcn Ilirce .Tecks Biter the.'iasilb "of a wrll.. .COLDER AftE WEST OTTAWA; Aug. .A.-thoV I Melfehen, raliilsftr of Ih'e'lnteMqi-, an'l Ifon. A'.C'nMef, 'nilnlafer '6t' grst'on aiiii wlio'ls alao ncllnB niliilslcr -tf'.'riRriciiltlirc, f.J- jictl to 'leave fof llic'iffeal-lil a-lew Everything She Ate Her Troubl By Nine Pounds. "1 nev'ir till teflcr In mr whole .lit than I tlo J canT refrain from letting others linow. .how 'thankful 1 am tor.what Tanlac has done Tor satrl Mr.5. William Harris, of 72S Pit- teenls aye., Seattle, Wash., -while in Uartell's D'ru'g R'.brc, "recently. "Several years ago 1 was In- rt boal wrecli nnd Ihlg had such a" bad on nerves that I dMn't sccni able to-Eet over it.1' continued, an operation on-my eyes seam- ed to affect my nerves still more nnrt three years ago last January '1 had nnother breakdown" and froni'lhat llr.icj' until soon alter 1 'startcil Inking Tan- lac I was almost n nervous Tho slightest F.oUud ]out of Ihe ordinary would upsel'mn nnd 1 could harrily sleep at nljlit. IjiiL would Jnsl roll and toss in .mhevy tlu's, my sfofuani Also was in an'ul conrti- 'tion. J hardly had a hit or .ippelllc. and. suffered so from the litlle-1 did cal.llial'I almosl hated lo go to the tflhla at meal time, hccnuse it'-just looked like everyHiiPT I ale on my tiomarh aiid filled ran iin so hadly Vllirniyi thai I :0.oulrt harilfv lircalhc. I fell oft In yeteht DouiHla down (6 100 did actually st> ivrafc 1 coiildn'r sivepl n- room if my lite hnd ilepcnilCil upon it. "N'othlng 1 for my' troubles In do n parliclo of gond, hut 1 ticarlti'g so nuicb about .TAn. lac that I thought I would lake anolhOT1 chance, and !i certainly proved lo lie Ilio lucky pnn for inc. hnKmso afler 1 had token's toltle or li 1 was fcolin? lols lialter. so 1 kepi on'MviUi II I hare n spleiulld jinjir.llii: nmj cn( almost aiVylhlng Iwant tlic least bit" my 'stomach pflorwltrds. nerves are ng slrons iift'Ilipy .ever were tu my lifo and I sleep just like :i child overy nlglit and .haV6. rjalnpd so In slrenglil l.dc every bit. ot I ho'.work In an room IIDIISO and don't mln'l It a5 .panicle, and' I .K-lually nut-walk .husband uny 1 havo_ not only. back nine of thrj weight I Iqsl. hul am galnlns- more i right: along and nm EO haprjv Iha won' derful luinrovomcixi made In my condition tlial I want everybody lo know about It." -Tanlsc Is ioltl 'fn Lelfibrldge John Hltlnbolham k .Co.; In Coii- Dlnihriml Slalloncry- and !n Warrior Mrs. jV. lick.- Advertisement, -AND NOW IT IS HERE WE'VE TOLD YOU ALL ABOUT IT, YOU'VE BEEN ANXIOUSLY WAITING TOR IT NOW SEE IT s HARRY PRESENTS Blanche Sweet And An Enormous Company, in oOy In tie annals of shame See Oyc result cfthtr. mat .'HarryGirsbn's-'-' from MaiROPERT HUGHES' ASTOUNDING STORY lha: has Major Rupert Hughes' Astounding Story Produced by NeiUn Matinee Daily at Nights at 7.00 and 9.15 Slurp. COLONl 3 Days Startinq ID Days Starting TODAY Priccii' Adnlts 59c Children 25c (Only H'hrn- .iccompaulferl s Pare.its) ;