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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUCiUST 11, 1919 THF. LRTHHIUDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE -j ISLMTORYOF HOtD UP HUT10R1TE3 XVIN'NII'KU, Auj. A oad lo or rer.ncmt-iit. wbo has sunfc lo the lowest Cast aside by the whites, he lives In a negro hul. no one ing or i-jring who he is or from whence lit. cam'. As [lie story de- velops, he rises under Ihe Influence of a Kirl of high ideals unlil >L lasl he becomes ont of the dominating factors of the town which bad shunned him ai an ou'.cast. Tho entire ihtint- is interwoven with strung situations and romantic' moinenls. lo all ot which Mr. Kerri- gan arises with lhat cuariu of mau- ncr vvlilch has been responsible for Irs i.lieminional nucccEE as a delintlr lor of Ecrtcu lyues. n.uncii> >jy. Mr. ColeLuau said, was noL; niualiy llio beM remedy. Government J tonirol and operation of in I MANAGE HUSBAND TOKIO Most ot lo say the least, a singular proceed- The. newspaper, -which IR an admirer or Vlncouqt. Grey, says his lask will Ije slngulorly. delicate, his power being at beil limited. Tllo Posl, ivliiclr Is. an opponenl of Viscount Grey politically, nevertheless assumes that America will regard Ms appointment as R compltmcnl, as ho IB a ao'.alile In moat ot Iho editorials Eymyatby wllli the lefjue ol nations ia dwell upon, though tha Tolejraph ronurks ho lias not rcvealeil Khclhar lio champions Iho jiarllcular form lncorporateil in Ihe pcaco treaty. American Press Pltastd NEW YORK, Aug. Coramenllnif edllorlally upon Viscount Grey'3 ny- poinlment lo Waslilnglon, the Times this morning asya that -while tho per- manenr.y o[ tho embilBSadorshlp ra- mnina unsettled, "ncvcrlnelHa tor the Bell year or livo, maj be period ot jrcat Importance In .Anglo- American relations, Ilis very Import- jiost -will te occupied hr a ol proved capabilities, nnd United SUlcl and'TBrlllah Interest! should both irodt by (he The World Barn- "No more' (Hllng appointment could ha-ve been maje. la every aensa It la ft liappy choice. A hearty personal T-elcome awaits him In this country. Jrom Ihc oliiclal uonora that ara his due. "Jlis reputation for anilitr, tor no- blllly ot charactei and for qualities thai -win friendship and admiration -rune, irherorer his name 13 tnown. What, taller credentials could bo pro- lented to tho American I') Tho Herald tojs the appolnlment It a distinct complimcnl lo Iho United While on his way lo deposit the monev for tbe ulsht, iwo-nien Jumped from behind a building nnd demand- ed' Ihe bag from the cashier. Before ho could answer Ihem, one of Iho men grabbed It. Itoth then disap- peared Into Ihe darkness. Members ol Pacific RMIwuy police early today found tho bag al tho rear of ono ol Iho storcB In Iho village. R hod been slashed ODOU. The most remarkable nan. however, was thai a largo part ol the mbnoy still remained In It, A littltt laler the two men -were picked up and they could give no satisfactory ac- count ol themselves, they are held pending an Investigation. Winnipeg Deach Is a summer resort' on the Canadian 1'aclfic Hallway ahoul CO inllcs norlh of Ibis city. a cable line between thi; anvihlug we can do lo make all classes was the "rapidily with wbkh fitful and irregular justs ol pasiion and preju- i dice aro reflected in Icgislmiou aud i executive action.'' Tile LTV iu Canada other democratic lountries was for a government that was continually dcinu somethlnf. preferably the Bolshevism. The economic and social policy for Caiii-da aud Ihc Tnilrd Stales was provuU1 tqnal tuniiy for overy him peaceful enjoyment e jarantee of re-.vard3 of hii counise. forosipht. u-iiipcraiHe of restriction and paternal- i and hard work. U would bo a nud i.v ol the present diilieulties thiuK if. after crushing lUc. sysceDl of poHlicll and Kovcrnnlent for -.vhirh and wives and wiih a heavy Ihe Cermail stood, lhat ''we should J coaling of comedy slips over 1 embrace his yernicioiu idea lliat liic vice to brides not to accent I' direction of Ism. Man: encountered were a result of and unnecessary interference by governments with commercial en- IcrpriscB and Ihc normal action of BY WRITTEN RVJLE1 IT CAN'T BE DONEi That Ihe management ol husbands ittimo! be reilnted lo a wrlttcu form- ula wilh the fame accuracy as a re- cipe lor dn-jghnuts is Ibe thenio about which is developed a series of delight- ful comedy situations in "Happy Though Married." Knid Bennett's new Parjtmount photoplay which will be shown at Starlaml iheairc (or Ihe last lime tonight. Tills new picture from the studios of Thomas II. luce is u story that TUB the laush on Jealous husbands slate shouli! be supreme." ply'would only last years -A'itti the present population, anil years with a population of SO.OOO.OOO. Canada needed an orgrmizied Insti- tution thai would direct the develop- ment of her natural resources. Kugcne Coste paid -Alberla liad the biggest oil fields Iu the -kvorld, lOOCi j niles IOIIK hy MU miles -ivide. I Striking statements made at the j :ongrcss yesterday incluikd these: Dr. II. Dowling. Dominion gov-1 irnmenl soologlcal suivey: "In the country from Ihe G.T.r. 10 lie ymoliy river lliero is ats much coal I in Ihe whole of Nova Scolia. We have in lliis province tons MTEHTB EXPEL of anthracite, which is not so hard lo be loday by as Ihe anthracite, lint i luc dislrict counc-1 al n 0( tllc shopmen, call- 1 CHICAGO, AnE- of nil striking railway shopmen from (lie Inle-rnuiional organization was threatened !n n Iclsgram from U. Jl. prcsjdtnl ot the organization. compares favorably with the Welsh.' J. A. Ctinningliam. president 01 llic British Columbia Rciining Company. "That there arc numerous com- modities ivliich should lie manufac- tured in Albcrla or on Hie 1'acif'c -i SEIZE BUTTER CHICAGO, Aug. thousand and eighty-two tubs of tlie ad- loo ser- iously keepsakes of olden they i may llud in llieir husband's Irun'x. That man is a ready victim' to the I green-eved moiisjer brought out br Ihe action ol the slory and the foil- elusion is that literary treatises on I how to manage wives and husbands all rousl liare been writlcn hy hach- elors and old maids. government's vvareiiousc. WIXNIl'ICG. Aue, V datiOTi lhat Moses Charitonoff. A A cal So'clallst editor of the Working' People, banned by Ibe cen- sor last October, be deported to HUF- s.ia vas made this by the board of inquiry. ed lo vote on the question of The telegram rends: "Make orders positive nt all points. Now is the lime to act. We can net "Mr. Hyman, counsel for accused, said he would appeal from the deci- sion at once on Ihe ground thnt Hie evacuee vvas insulficienl. In announcing Hie decision of Ihe board, Magistrate It. M. Noble, chnir- tnan, declared thai Canaiin ivas not ready for Ibe activities of radicals of Charilonolf's kind. Jlr. Hyman chamtcfrizcd Ihe in- i tenlion of crown lo ask -for con- viction based on Ihe facl lhat Chari- coasl, where are the ports of c.ill for j -le'ay, and if you refuso ;orcign goodp, is illustralca hy an 1 10 .vili compelled to ad- cxaminatioil of the statistics of pro- duclioi.l. Uriliah Colurnhiii uujiper has to be shipped lo Tncoma to be smelt- vou i: nol i ,o arc resumed ADVISE SETTLEMENT OF SEAMEN'S STRIKE MELBOURNE, Australia, Aug. Australian seamens union hie Tuued a lUtemenl advlalng the striking callers to accept th: terms of settlement offered by the government. It is believed Vhat the men will give up jtrike and return to work. The has lasted two months. Hollander Doesn't Like State- ments About Him in Ikant- ford, Ont. BliANTFOnD, Onl., Aus. U. No- tics was received In the city yester- day from li. S. innnag- Ing direclor or liie 'Riitch' Chamber ot Commerce, Switzerland, thai he had Issued instructions- lo his law- yer lo commence an action for mall- cloui libel sgllns. Mayor McHridc and agnlnsl local papers, such action being based on the declaration by Mayor -McUrlde In the council that "Ihe pavements In 'nuesllop (pave- ments which arc In bad ahipa here) were a legacy from Count Vanwe5- a suitable cast, especially selected 1 j- Freil -Mblo. R.M.C. STAFF CHANGES KINGSTON, Onl.. Auf. Ihe coming of MaJor-Cen. S'.r Archi- Bald ns comniandant ot Ihi: lloyal .Military College, olher changes in Ihu slaff ucrc announced. Col. CoiiElnnline. D.S.O.. replaced Major Ir.spoii; Lieul.-Col. Schmidten. M.C.. replaces Capl. Adams, M.C.. nnd Majnr Greenwood replaces Major JAPS APPOINT NEW KOREAN GOVERNOR TOKIO. Aug. Halloa, i linrj unl had the noces'sary former minister ol the navy, has been when .he cntpred Canada, al- Appear At Your It TM itttht' a wdltn ciTlcrofin unexpected vitillon yaa cm frcl I Gf-ftlmv- imctrtnt. at yovrblil. fn but ii few noiaenUlt renlerttoyoa liiin piar, toft complexion Itul U thim, Ihe German spy wlio had been pul in Jail In London. ".My only regret is thai he wns cot put in jail liere and all the rest vvilh him." Mr. Vanweslrum denies that he ivas ever in Jail or even "blacklisted. He via born in Holland and his ancestors Were Dutch since 1295, The discussion which brought abonl Ihe comment ivns -over the condition of the pave- ments In tho clly, which pavements we're lald'by Wcstrumlte, limited, ot this cily, of whlcli S. -Vanwfestrum was the head.' They had not'. lusted as guaranteed and have cost consider- able lo keep In repair. cd, ami subseiinenlly shipped, back to ,vill bc deprived ol benelils." the wesl. There are opportunities m cllicago 2S Lbc of these western provinces fnr Canadians slrihe has been lo put money for-invesliueut in Indus-, b'y the International offi- Irial enterprise which will be well .oflicials, regional direc-] repaid." lors strikers declared Ihal today's .1. H. Dennis, natural resources coui-1 mark [hn success or fail missloner of UlE C.P.H.: lira of Ilic'ivllkoiit. "Our greatest problem in llic west I oday is Ihe securing of the right kind j of settlers lo fill the vast uncultivated j ircas ot land. A tolal o[ i icrcs aro available, bill only sellled upon." Finlay P.- Mounl, hcud of the Ad-j vancc ilunicly company: "The absence of focd produces Bol-; shevism; Holshcvlam proiluces chaos.! Food .inusl win this new war. The greatest iiroDlem we havo .loday [he produclion cf _food." tonofl money (hough the iniinigrntipn commission- er had admitted him and his presence al a meeting at the Walker Tncalrc at which il was alleged radical speech- es weie delivered, as a "prostitution of justice." i ___ appointed governor of Korea, accord- ing to newspapers here. Thero Is no _ confirmation as yet of this report. Newspapers are again publishing here following the- settlement of lhn strike of printers which forced a genera1 suspension last vvec-k. WILL COME TO U- S. IN SEPT. LONDON'. AUE. U.-Yiscounl Grey leave lor the UnUcd Stales lo assume liis posl as lemiiorary ambas- sador probably early hi Septenibcr. lliini Tyrcll. A larec staff also J Trill go wILli ambisEador Lo lake j routine affairs out of his hands, thus liermiUing Lord Grey to devote his lime lo larger Viscount Grey, vrliose health lias been ft subjecl of concern, noiv is en fFro-r, oiir ioylnp cxcclleot hcaltb. Aug. Chantamiua ontertainmenl bejan its week ot high Wilhain Tyrell ivas pnvale I tills afleVnoon 10 rclary to Viscount. Grey Tor eiglil Oriental Cream To prewrva the ordi- 'nirjr looth-pasle a lulilc. You matt fust caro for the gums, on which tooth V How many, people ttiuk of Oiiif lYct four oul of flvo people over forty 'tufftr from gum-decay, or IVcrrheA At Tint th-> (runs bccorao lender, Ihouzn iclual' pim-shrintano im- pcrceplible. But in timq receding cunu will surely loosen your tcctli, and Ihc'l only n c-'.n Ff.ve Iher.l. ,Tho leader, blccdinj gums of IVorrhc.-i lot M to rainy dcorwaya fcr LONDON, Auc. Yorkshire Post's London correspondent says (ho Ntct ot GBD. Currlo being allowed to any Icavc-Uklng or careniony lias occasioned consld- erible surprise amone his compatriots -has been tbft subject much comment, Ho "It Is no'.great secret lhat recent events liare a Httlo npiet the Ftnnolh wortlng 'of tho' Canadian tion here, and-Oiougli loo niucli may easily ba made ol this in connection trilH the Llverpcol Incldenl, H Is not. IranGC lhal it shonld bo recalled -by commcnlalora who'keep particularly In Ihe feeling Rrotiseil over the ropas_ed ciclusion ot Canadian troops Ibe marcli." OTTAWA, is announced lhat the, business of Iho national Lib- eral convention beitis concluded. Lha_ Liberal- inlorrnalion nlfico, with bc.Til- quarlcrs nl Sparks street, OClawn, _ rcEiinios its former activities ivlih C, M. as secrelary. So saon ua tbe -proposals made by llm couvcr.'- llcn for the rornifUlon of a nalional Liberal advisory committee are acted upon, tho personnel anil equipment fr! Ihe Information office wift bu rear- rititged and Increased, ami. besides a general Dominion Libernl mfin- ager to work through Canada in con- junction with Ihc office and under tlio direction o[ Ibe advisory committee will -be chosen: Uy this combination the publicity of Llhcfal rririclples, policy ami platform ivill. II is slated; receive special attention. cnlsrlainmenl this afteVnoon 10 [a full house, nnd Ihe Merrilees Knler- la In firs proved equal to their name. Their program pleased Ihe aurtlcnce .from the oiiening to the cloatag uuin- every number drew hcarty- cuccrea anil a return oF the delight- ful young ladles' before the curtain. Notwithstanding the adverse cir- cumstanccp as compared lo last rear. tlic sale of season lickcla has been much greater than Ihcti, aud ihc guar- nnlors will not. have a deficit of any s, retiring In 1015. He visited the United Stales in tha fan of 1913 lo discuss the Mexican situation with the government. magnitude.'it any, this year. Dr. HadEr's lecture Lonigilt Is looked forward lo with much liitcreEt. STREET CAR CRASHED INTO SWITCH ENGINE PARKE'RSBURG, W- Va., Aug. p-reons are reported killed and about -40, Injured thit afternoon when a street car carry- ing a picnic party from Reno, rear here, crashed Into a Baltimore and Ohio switch engine at Paremenco, two miles from here. 'dijcaM Rerm3 lo enter thb injecting joinU or or causing other Iho Gums) prcveaU Fyorrhca, Jn and iiscil tofliistCDlly- This ncanr. that it prc- rjm-bleeding. fis.-c-Jlcnialically, I'orhan'a prevent? too'Ji h- your tcc'Ji witli it.' H ccinn- TificsUy rkAne Iba pro frol lit 60o tub'js. All LTD-, SOT SI. FOR THE GUMS .Successful men and women are partial to for this keeps "There's a Reason" I'.DMONTOX. Aug. Tlio newly reanlzctl Iliiilpr act enforcement ranch ot the provincial police, under nspcclor llorlgkins, bus liaen con- ilctins a HID pasl reek In Ihe Crow's Xesl -Pass, and avc uiadc n cltan-up. The following ascs vverc disposed of before Mngis- rale Major Durrcll. iilth Dclecllvc foskelh .prosecuting: Tony Kolo, ami .Inc J'lnchlik, S100 and costs. Albert llogoch. anil cosls. It. Valentine. Slid and cosls. -.Mali On. mid cosls. i.V. Hawkins. and costa. Marohul, and costs. Uassal.vnn, ?1SO anil costs. TO DISCUSS GOOD ROADS AT OTTAWA VICTORIA, H.C., Aug. deal with the matter of road grantc for the various Hon. J. D. Reid has aaked thai the tech- Iral mrn of thft variAUl orovmces should meet him' In Ottiwa on August 22, when a conclusion will be arrived at at to the expend TRAPPED AND KILLED DEPUTY SHERIFF TOLEDO, Ohio, Aug. ened from his sleep and-turned outside his home on The pretext- that a rope was needed with which to tow an automobile that had broken down, Dean TrabbTo, de- puty sheriff of Erie, Mich., was shot and Instantly killed from am- buscade by an early hour today, Toledo liquor runners are sus- pected, although the authorities have no clues other than the frag- mentary evidence of Mrs. Trab- bio, who witnessed the tragedy from an upper, storey window. Alder-i-ka Did It! ,d pain in (ho r D sour j DOCI tures 10 madt n eich province.- ,J, mc FmsT The chief engineer of the cr last nlslu. Jus- druis.-J. r Walsh In Ihc pris- oncr-alnlcil that evidence aufftclenl Ike to convict him had not been offered by Iho crown. Jlrlgga arrested 1 some months ago Ity Ihe provincial Dih !cc and accllscrl of pulling sllj-chnins 'ii ibe food ol James Ixigan. LACK OF COAL HITS YORKSHIRE INDUSTRIES LONDON, Aug. Tho Industrie: ot Yorkshire, narlluiuarry Icxllle, have been seriously affected hy ihc coal sho'rlagB arising from the sirlkc of mlncrn wlio voted yeslerdny to return to work. More Ihan rti.OOO men and vvOnnjii nro oul ot ivork be- cftuae of llin shortage ot fuel. Steel and iron In f.nncaslllrb linvc be- BUILD NEW BK.iPOE OVER BOW AT BANFF EDMO-NTON', Aug. ment that ronalrucllon on Ih'o new Jleel and--coiicrete bridge ncross Ihe How river at Uanft! would Immediately following Ibc freeze-up this year, was made to- day hy 0. II. Cagnel, district ensi; necr of Ih'e dcparlmenl of public workfl. whose tiro II.' Co., 1-W., BITRO PHOSPHATE DELICATE gnu to'shut iloivn Iccauae ol lack ofllXa Mf- Tllc aiinounccmenl follows coal supplies. jrccenl advices lecclvcd Irom EMPRESS "TODAY" "WHERE YOU'LIKE TO con POSITIVELY'LAST SHOWING OF, "THE NEW MOONW WITH CHARM1NO j- NORMA TALMADGE It has all I.ethbrldgo talkinc. A greol story of Ilussla, Ms women, children, It's Also a Streaming Comedy, Belly Cooklin. Mull tnU Jeff nnd AUski Scenery... ..j limpreii Popular Prleet Orchcilra Ifa Perfect'Prejeetlort Tomorrow' WITH LIONEL BXRRY'MOUE ;