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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NJESDAY. AUGUST 12. 1919 THE I.ET11BHIDC.K DAILY 11EIVM.P_ PAGE FIVE Prelrle 1'rovinm Very pointed io this. lauJcd his splendid character, great ability and lolly pall otlsni Kvery tiroo such a reference iwas tho audience, quickly re- spondtd. Kverv speaker who won a triumph did it in the name of Laurler. H was so irunVthe beginning to the ant factor Hie Big Ottawa Convetillon (From a Special Correspondent) OTTAWA. .Aug. cheering helns over and the having TaccoUl iho' Influence of iho Liberal convention. As to its ot a wlitksl leader. political valuo there are wide di.ffcreii-. Lots of Good Speakers ovation as he tat down, and ihe rcso- .ution carried almost unanimously The oratorical feature, which came on the second nlslit, happened rather unexpectedly. Mackeivjio King, who i introduced the labor resolution, being i u candidate for Ilic leadership, took advantage oi tho occasion to improve chances and so covered pretty well thn whole ground, lie ended with a splenutd peroration lauliug the tues ot Sir Wilfrid ami, sitting down, received an ovation. Hon. Ui'orne Orahatn followed and. Veins also a prospective leadtr. lie too sailed in to mako au impression. Ho mud.) u. Though not as eloquent as King, ho delivered a most Idling speech and, incidentally, gave the audience s'r.af j N-ever was :i' interestine Information about th.' for- niation of Union govi-rnmoul. .flackenzie beius; also in the running, j knew thai it was up tu him. ami it Produced in Courl at Winnipeg the Defendants Com- mitted furTrinl WIXX1PKO. Aug. 12. Tlio cto completed Hi case against the eight strike leaders clarei.l with scditiouj 'iCEOFHES Island Colony First to Receive the Heir to the Throne Many Functions ITALY WILL BE SATISFIED ROME, Aug. allied commission investigated re- cent disorders at Flume has con- cluded Its work, the Corriere de Ik Serra says today. The newspaper adds that the conclusions are of suoh a nature as to satisfy Franca with- out offending the pride of Italy coaapirac political vaiuy u ces of opinion, for there must be. It t jn point ot eloquence, it would be Is the business of political opponents i for any gathering to produce to find fault with the work, of those ;a number of reallv, good speak- on the other side. This spirit will; u standard of eloquence, manifest itself as Ions as party poll- )a 'lllls generally agree. Hon. tics lasts- and thore if no, pVcscnt i Mackenzie King; Iloiy Lo- inoication that a change Ii al hand, j Ernest I.apointc, D. Mac- Bui mak'ing diie allowance for nil this. venzlc. lion. U. I'. Graham, lion. it must he admitted that in point, ot KleldhiK. A. II. MacMaster Dr., dt'.endance. cnlhusiasui. and organic-1 Jacques these all rose tion tho gathering wns a great cess It cannot be compared with that, thc Conserva. JMJt; Yi limv _ doubtful whether he t-ver made a speech half as good as tliu one. K tiny. Won Leadership With Speech In a public mun eloquence ii a.most valuable quality. Mackenzie Kins won bWOpl nny-convention iuai spoke to somewhat emotional fives have ever held, for that paily I assemblages, for French-Canadians lias never had a Dominion convention: I are particularly susceptible to appeals but it certainly greatly exceeded the ot lbis character. But withal that. th nlnnrll.Tlt in'rtnfi lallCUatTB a3 support from his own province, On- "SCM thc workers cling 10 L-ere in an automobile tour oi ario, and a fair sprinkling of- the reform. This in sjiito of the thc countryside, during which ha w-as micrs vta; liie big stroke; it meant the of the other delegates, for each premier practically became re- sponsible for .the delegation from his own The organization work left little to ho desired, which is say- ing a great deal. As ill 'M Laurier dominated the nuite as eloquent in one language in tho other. In this reapoct R. Iho" Scottish-Canadian member from Drome, made a deciiled hit. he he ing. by the way, ahout tho Anglo-Saxon, 'except Hon. Chas. ,Murpliy. to show fluency In tongues. It looked both iiBli he wholo convention. AT he passed to would have trouble with Ills taritl re the Great Beyond sii months ago this I solution, but he. made impressiio mav seenr to he n strange statement statement in English; then turning to hut It is tho truth. At the rear of Quebee delegates ana, aunrcsBinr platform hung a splendid lite size [them in their own language, he swept jiortrait of the departed leader and them along with him, received on Ivcns' iiome. purporting to be a'skeleton of a speech or a mon he'was lo deliver. Ampug t were the following: "Two lines of couraging'features. (1) The govern- ment itself has set Ihe pace for law- Tho Times Election nessnt-as. i wii.v.Bt Act is a species of lawlessness, t-) bers 0[ government many dig Constitutional covernment is no long-1 werc present, was given at possible. Government by orders- govcI.IinH.nt house at 1.30, and an guest and his suite ar- e harbor on the British Dragoon and Daunlless lahout U a.m., having been transferred in Conception Bay from the haltl.i cruiser, KenoVn, on which they 1 crossed the Atlantic. An official luncheon, ot which mem- Best tOc v. per Packet at all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores cr posse. govcI.IinH.n in-coimcil is a travesty on democracy. )lour ]ater "Still the workers cling 10 lwere uiken in his in siito of the Younger element from all over. Pming Jucbec stuck by its man right Ihrough Iho contest and, when Graham drop- ped out. tho greater part of his sup- younger element from.all over. Young lutlona reorm. tc C0unrys, fact that capitalists controt the mill- 1a7 thc cornel-stone of a new Melko- st "college. in the afternoon the prince lary and use it against the workers. The-Ally alternative-revolution by auv means bloodleES." Ihe village, the-PrlnccEB refuses lo register 'and incites the rest of tho women to follow her example. Miss Talraadge studies her roles be- fore she enacts them. She puts her heart and soul into the character she is She Is a true actress She makes these two Russian charact live as ono would believe it waa impossible for anyone else but a Rus slan girl to do. She is superb and the picture is. remarkable, full tbrill- CoVne then read extract! from o; the. steamer Florizct, which man's victory and another evidcncc_o! r anu'a. mil if it was feasible; members held recently to ceiematc tho teiniina OUl 11 11. _ .Kn xcnr Arr.insrfiments wen under iho circumstances, perhaps the dist iter in the afternoon tue prince; IP to nresent medals to seamen who heart-throbs and smfles. articJpa ed in he rescue et survivors "The Xew- Moon" can be seen at th partlclpaieo m ine icau ...nt [Empress theatre for today and tomor mention Farmers! WE yAVE A LAfltJE STOCK OF Crescent and Star Plow Shares On-hand and will sell them al less" than wholesale prices, 14-inch 16-inch at and 13-Inch at each, cash with order and pay the freight on all orders ol five or .more, to your station. Orders accepted subject to previous I'll! best choice had been made, r leunng s es co chances wore" undoubtedly hurt by tho fact llTat he really did not know whether he wanted the leadership or not. A Strong.Factor Throughout the' convention 1 NOW Iinil OUl II It ivnatwu., .-----1 of the policemen's union were asked- tion of the war. _ I rrnntnln K I III P [OF IflG lit mlrol tho Labor Temple to keep I made for'the order; on June 17, a plan was dis- onight and for Arrangements were ruination of the city a his fireworks dis- the cussed to ilooii the T. Eaton store with take C.O.D. orders and tlemoral- iie distribution. Retails clerks' union bclievep the plan a good one, but Ihe Throughout tjclieveo me nrairie provinces were a strong factor. (act thai tho labor leaders were ar- On the tarift they ha.l practically tliat nigllt mieht have been the their own way, the plank adopted rcaEOn that the'plan was not carried In- little, if any different from that of ml A to'.float an immense la- the qonncil ot agriculture. Tho reel- bov loaii .Is mentioned, m the pfbcitv plank also gave thc western- but the finance committee much salIsfaction. In introducing jt was not feasible al the erS nlUCIl KAl.laluti.u... tho tarift resolution Hon. lev made a rtcchle'l hit. The bao- kalchewon minister hears a strong to 1'remicr Oliver Ii. C holh heing plain anil rather out- spoken Englishmen. Doth are equally at homo with the crowd. The tariff resolution did not suit the Ii. O. ,t T1 time The letter .which Senator G. D ?ave to Ihe-newspapers on thc day .following tho arrest of the leaders" in which'-felerencc was made to' Bolshevik funds and to which the objected-severnl dnys ago. c'ontemling It was-garblea, Was read in lull It contained an explanatory lution old not sun me in inn. R o.. V-L- r he desiring a more-general fo show-that ihei Bolshevik Hemade ,vnm collected .from Al- ilay. 91-year-old man at Thomaston, Me., recently split sis and one-half cords ot firewood. baby at Heading-, Pa, died from the effects of u bite from a 17-year locust. -_________ HOW10 STOP BEING NERVOUS othing' Like Plain BitrO-Phosphate lo Strenothin Weak Nerves and Increase.Strength and Vioor. DEERE 31 219 152 DOB 1GZ PS3 P33K Xil 232 215. 217 167 32J OLIVER 4C75 102 NC2S-11 NC23-M ".VC23-1C. 100 ...J............'162- 161 10 1 4 EMERSON CANTON COCKSHUTT nier, nc n----- nore sweeping declaration He made strong fight on this line in the con- I hut without result. 1 Up until the second day of HID con- vention. Premier Martin, wi'.h the pos- exception of Mr. was the most talked ot man for the leader- shin It is impossible to determine tii_ _._ a candidate's strength until he goes teei .ourselves, to prevent recurrence. t fuiids were 5550 Al- Ki B: liussell J Tallon the tCaigary cmivention, in the lirst-days of. tho strike was read. It contained this sentence: 'We are making arrangements io me poll; but it did look as though Mr Martin could have had the honor, .liiaii he desired lo go after it With 5J Quebec slnndins solidly hehmd Mnc, aa u diil, it is difficult ot what took place in F Law official or .an. insurance company.' testified that worth ot riot .insurance had been written in the early days, of th VVERITY The Milk River Hardware Go. L.T n. lit what wonW have happened had striko mA the rate had trohled thev'hoth been in' the rare; hml where in America had such a situa rane in Mr. Jlartin would undoubtedly (jou occurred before, he said, have had the support of the older ele- ment. Premier .Stewart. Hon. A. G. -Mac- Kay and Hon. Darfcan Marshall of tho Alberta delegation were well lo the tore, hilt Iho delegation from this province, though large and aggressive, was hardly as cffctlive ns was Sas- katchewan. The latter was a unit, whereas Alhc'rtn was divided in its support during thc contest for the leadership. Manitoba had a good, rep- resentation hut here too there was division. It was Interesting to note the difter- According to a hoteii ftonch Scien- is't the most effective remedy for ervousness, insomnia and ailments due to depleted nerve force, is a form t organic phosphate known (.arsons druggists in. this country .as Bilro- Phosphate. U is described as a substance which similar, in composition to the phos- phorus naturally found In brain and nerve cells and, heing easily ana miirtlv assimilated, the .work of ere- nting nerve force, strength and vigor begins immediately it is taken Into the human system? Thero are many reports of astonish inc'results from its use, some show 'THE UNPARDONABLE SIN, AT THE COLONIAL The photoplay sensation of the car, "The Unpardonable opened 1 three-days engagement at the Colon- al Theatre last night to a large and ppreclative audience. It is pn imprcs-j ivc photoplay, filled with splendid; havscterizationsV reinni-kable nhotc-! raphy, and a thoughtful perfectim1. ot which honors thc intelttscnca of.the beholder. Rupert Hughes' el is perhaps tlie most stark flctlonul nciilcnt of Teuton tenrorlsin and hr.i- aiily yet written by an American, an-l a work fairly familiar, now, lo tn? whole story-reading public, in it vre. find the bad adventures of the two Parcot and Dimny; Am- erican girls one with her mother in Belgium at the outbreak ot the war, the other with her father in California. "The Unpardonable.. Sin will be shown again at Iho Colonial today and "Wednesday, with matinees daily at 2.30 and evening shows at 7.00 and D.15 p.m. sharp. LAST TIMES TONIGHT BERT LYTELL v IN "FAITH" A Splendid Melro Feature. Don't Miss II. "THE TERROR OF THE RANGE" Episode Sis, and "A SAMMY IN SIBERIA" A Scream, Featuring Harold Uovd, "TOO MUCH HENRY" Drew CouiedT Admission 25c and.lOo CMPRESC I TODAY AND j J TOMOFIROW Thc Greatest Character Actor ol tho Screen Today SERATHOL IS FINE FOR INDIGESTION SAYSDR.PARRISH inc results 11 um im ing remarkable improvement even In stubborn cases of long standing nerve weakness. As there are many kind f phosphates, care should he cxerci! to procure the genuine Bilro-Phos- mate It is cold'by liiginholham. ft :o., in all-good drug. FAITH" IS EXCELLENT PICTURE One oi; the best pictures shown al Starland this season 1s fea- uring Dert Lytell, the handsome and -ersatilo Metro star, yrlifoh played to a large audience at Slarlanil last nigllt and will he shown for the last imes tonight. The story is one ot absorbing interest and is most un- usual. It is no type of love st, drama tull of surprises. The sixth eplsoile of "The Terror ot the Range" anil two excellent comedies, "A.Sammy' Sir.co the publication, ot Dr. Kdwan Parrish'c recommendation qlxbrdinar> sorathol for indigestion, gas, hcidltj sorao o i "mid dvspcpsla, it has won instant favo encc between the nltitnde ot the dele- gates from 'Quebec and Iho west to- F. J. COATES, Prop. MILrCRIVER, ALTA. fnto the question of Tobacco Quality, the more you realize that no other smoke can equal a, 0, all over th wards thc subjects that camo up for j Tffticn you have that "big lump i the stomach" feeling or belching, ga or hart breath from an .upset stomach jiist take a little ordinary .serathol, i consideration. To the westerners eco- inomii; subjects loomed largest. On the other hand. Quebec appeared ready to subordinate these to more sentimental considerations.' French Canadians adored the speaker who ad ono of th'e .hackneyed j llory, hilt a gripping an in Siberia" and "Too Much complete a jirogrs- ..cf-nra enjoy- wnit ouic minute by tho wntch and you'll probably say what others have "Serathol works like, magic" Canadians adored the speaer wo a- "erao w dressed, them in thoir own longue, or Ul any rate it Is perfectly harmless, who assiired them thai he had always pleasant to lake and can be obtained supported the. ohl chieflain. With U IrKling cost from Higmbotham these a passport to Throughout sessions the spec- lacular was mucn in evidence. There was no want of ncllon, Ihe numerous stirring speeches keeping the enthus- iasm at a hjgh point. Adcleri U> this was tho excitement created by the keen racb for the leadership. No election contest was ever more uncer- tain. To chooso'a leader was the ono purpose (or which thc great majority of had come. The rival claimants for the honor had many claims for recognition and the tide ot feeling dally ebbed and flowed first In -favor ot one and then ot another. One flay a candidate, might scein lo all LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or f reckled o[ ho -liopelessly beaten nnd the nexl (O.a containing throo ounfcs of .lay ho would'ho on Ihe crest ot a [orchard White, shako well, and you wave .01 popularity. As Iho contest a quarter pint of Ihe best drew Id a close excitement ran high; freckle, sunburn ft'nd tan lotion, and especially among the French-Conafl- hcautlflcr, at very, very were well worked ifp. When llib" reauil was announced and Ihe your grocer ha3v tho lemons and election was rtiade-iirianlDions thero [any drug'store or will were'.ovations for all." siippJy three ounces of Orchard While f. 1nn> Ihtfl'SWe Yorklon Is