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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1019 iETIlBRUHiK DAILY HERAU PAGE FIVE DIFFWIOGEI Minister of Agriculture Making Attempt to Secure a Prefer red Freight Rate In a statement to press at Cal gary the otber day Premier Charles Stewart adiniiled Ibat one of the greatest problems of ho government at the present time le lo liid My which can be laid down In southern Alheria At the prices Ihe government hail lioped to ho to J2J for and lie stated that uuuoan Marshall who Is nciw In Ontario and is Ming il much nwra tc hay than hu expected II Is practically impossible lu hay In and iho Ontario pro duct Is very high In U is Marshall will endeavor to secure hay In Manitoba and northern where here Is a large although it is pointed out tiat hay was recently quoted iu Manitoba at f 10 a Marshall Is endeavoring to secure a preferred freight rats on hay from the eastern provinces lo iho drouth districts of the IfllOFPLAIE comedy presented in this the j Ml ox itlns chapter gf TLo Ked Particulars of Site Which j Warranted lite Award ot ilicDistinction mass meetii South Wales seamen S ut ihe New Iarktr has loiluwl kritled to aci from ars of a number of novelties In tlio way ot Miss Fishers extreme cleverness is orojght to light when she Installs a gymna sium in tlio former saloon which has Ijiin converted into a navtu ot rest by ihu women ot the little onehorse mining in fascinating athletic slii gives an cibihitiim will Hull Uovp will also bo shown an extra treat the Colonial man aKoniont have secured for Tuesday aiul Wednesday tho fully popular star Iriscilla Ikmi in he fascinating crook play fiiiittei A Silk Lined Prls ciila Iieaus last mff hit at the jin was Tbe Exquisite which shown last In Ibis newest SOUttl sraiiun uci lucu lu av cent iho coirnuoiiiveiihh governments in itply to his nieisage askmg Oornrnljsoner who Is a member of tho executive of the Ai crta Industrie and who has lieen aitouilliiK lha sessions of be con gress lu Calaary and be lieves thai the visit of tbe congress to Lethbridgt on Tuesday last has had a beneficial In ancwa paper interview he aaiu 1 know that we In Lethbridgo were lukewarm towards tbo project at because we lelt it was rather pulling the cart before the horse that agri cultural development was ot para mount At the lime we were working lo interest the iowers In our and we felt lhat this was more 1m1 anylhiug else to Booiters for irrigation my own view since this Industrial congress Wea started was hat we should our even only to interest ihe big Industrial uufi oi the easl and educate them isi ur needi out here only ml also to gain tho support of all iatses oi industrial people In Alberta o briug to tbe attention of the proper alllhorltlet the neeii ot Irrigation in iur part of the I verily believe tbut the visit ol he congress lo has accoin illshed more than we eipeclod along o These men did not rcallro an ereopeaer for and they wl go home big boosters for irriga That s what we FIELDING DID MUCH TO REUNITE PARTY las issued pHttcuisrs o tie the UUlltTIIlCuiiOUOi L eminent b m i vith the reEirvatiirn that 3ec Olstlnfulshed EOlJlPr lo accepi an rtizfy ot lie j address and gift of plate frwn citiicns war ofilce i wbowas lintd and Halifax for CDCOurairjiiK he striko in I Ircud tu accept Invitation uul al of the federal provided ln were awarded tH1 liSO tion attend the OF IF STATELY DIGNITY is jour choice for R xe aro ready to submit a varisiy of LethbridgA Monnmenta Works 8th followed ui closely and although niany i iiSf u 10 oneratlons uf Seut Si IMS Ud Idirtct lo his V Senator minister ot repat1 No word has en tio succrSvo and i thai he VlctcrU Seaj the which U bnnsln cxampld and splendid accepted the ffdcral govern Currlo leadership Inspired Ibe officers and inenfs but lliat the rcserj men of hs vations ot the New Simth Fort Garry i unions have complicated matters aud On was prevented a with his troop to ride down enemy I iacine guns on the risbt lc j otic hia troops over J under machine gnu while ho and a number of his iroops became lie succeed eii lu urivius trie enemy from of which iy were i Major Fieiil Am bulance At Xcuvillc court and from tu as the infantry advanced he MINISTERS Smith and William Ivens against tho action Gf the Mch ojist conferencB of ianiioba iii daring no ioiiser associated wiih tho anllvities ot the Methodist church will be considered by the Melhodiit i board of which will begin I sessions in Toronto 21 i it waa That there was force I to ibcTappea of Smith was EXCELLENT ATTRACTIONS AT COLONIAL Unusually good photoplay aiuac lions at iiu1 Iulouial Ihfatre arehit thft mark of late witli the ills i crituiiiiilinK Hie week i which will bo given llli last Bhuwlng toJay is very Mou the dtver character iilyr is seen iu his virile drama Trie DiindbK a Universal special ieatuie in sii Colonial patrons renicmtier Salisburj in many ot former notably The Light of Victory and will find Kalis bury tonight in The IMimlins Trail play of A Silk Lined i fkd is iluply LAST TIMES TONIGHT PAULINE FREDERICK the opinion ezprsssei by Kev R limes ho was forccil to pass I charged with making heavy enemy he kept in tious was released today ODIOI touch yith tbe battalioiis ami i ly order of the immlKraUon SEE MAFIGAKIIR toni ostauilshins collection dnpois as Marijiirato R AT STARLAND far forward as He was the warned Alniazoff that decision Thousands ol admirers ot direct rnears o saving manv j was not final ami that if his fulura Ita Tisher vrlll he delighted lo learn Major Mward Fortlcomlucl warranted Iho crown hjiat she is to appear at on lary HorseOn lu lue I mlgnl make another or Monday and Tuesday In Put up loiir du Mont Auivilles and Hois de his deportation at any The produced by i is of excel Ihe ki Several good anil the iat COLONIAL Hest Music LAST TIMES TONIGHT In the magnificent 6 part Spe cial reslure uu cajp first lime ia any of the cases before ciile Liberal whip In the liOHse ol according to a dis patch from Is to bo married in Vancouver on arrived here Speaking o Hie recent Liberal con Robb said Ibat tbo elec tion of Mackenzie King was Ihe choice of a convention tbat came to ECUier a clen mina Hc aaic1 that Fielding made many freinds and did much to reunite tbe party by his declaration o loyalty and support to the iiew u continuous barrage and shell and verdict might have been against machine gun fire and when on arrival I ho it was found that the battalions i through wliieli this uuit was to pass withdrew his unit into anil afterward carried out the Belief in pitch darkness over ati unknown j going fjjrward aud personally direct1 ing the British Columbias Orduna veteran Kusslan dlnlouiut and I CUNARD ftHCHOR AricUor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW vauban 211 151 21 30 30 vpiernn itussian oiniuuiui mni i r 2S ambassador lo prance the Victory Exhibition THE GREAT PACIFIC COAST Great display of and AErkullural Kihiblls from all parts of British FullBiliiblls of imluslries and Natural He sources jjlr Gala Programs Round fnp for Fare and a from all points west ol Calgary and Seo your local sKent for JAKE A A TRIP TO THE COAST TO TAKE IN THIS QJ1EAT EXHIBITION Tor literature to Go In Vancouver anil full cduCvfnlng tlio wrilo rubliclly Vancouver Bihfhitfon Assn Hoard bt The executive ot Ihe Aiberia Asso ciation of Municipal Districts have been in session at the Palliser hotel itt Amongst the many important mat ters under consideration was the feasi bility of Tanners against amba 4 tho is lie was 14 yeari Iswolsky was JluEsIan min ister of foreign affaire from 150a to 1015 and playeian rsart in furniiriB the eiitertlc between Russi NEW Royal GcorES Maurelania Mauretaoia 11 oss from damage to crops through rost and Serious consideration is also heins siren by ihe to the possi jilily of rcnledyinr the ruinous suite of affairs ia the driedont portions of the province and preTeSuinE tljcir re i The secretary n report on the recent sent hy the j Western Municipal Associrti tlou to Ottawa regarding accumuirtj tions tax on unpatented j liomesleads and olher crown uhich resulled in a definitfi iiromise on the the minister of the in terior that Immediate would he lafcen to enforce the hdmcsead regu lations and insist on the and Great BrfcinUctore be NEW YORKLONDON henai nioili Via Jlymoiitti and Cherbourg at A me Vali Saxonia can in Munichr and in IsCaronia i rranci1 in sinre has i N w GREECE 2S NEW Columbia u GLASGOW Cassandra A 2i 24 Cassanta H Tonight BILLY WEST in tbe 2part THE HfcKU MARIE WALCAMP in lateEt episode ot THE HBO GLOVE LYONS AND MORAN in SWAT THE FLIRT 25 Genii and EXTRA STtDIAL 3 Days Starting Monday PHISCILLA DEAN in her latesl and most dramatic A Siik Lined Burglar Out of the Shadow Hcturiwtlon of Homungj ireai Tho Shadow of the Its see FATTY ARBUCKLE In Ills LATEST 2neel Comedy LOVE This Is oue of IattyB very TOPICS OF THE DAY Adult 35c Children lOt War Widows and Famil Adults 25o MONDAY AND TUESDAY MARGARITA FISHER TUT UP YOUR HANDS ALSO THE TERROR OF THE RANGE Last and JUST DROPPED IN Lloyd THE WINNER OF THE GUESS ING CONTEST ON THE TER ROR OFTHE RANGE WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT MONDAY MATINEE t 29 MONTHBAU TVhat ieved to ne a plot lo enable isuko winiah Auslrians to leave where tlioy are1 still alien until the iieace treaty is of Saturnia 2l Money Orders and CablJ IM Information apply lo any and or lo Com Notice To Our Patrons purchajed separately from Admission stiiralated In a copsvol is on At citys mollon picturetheatres on and 1 cent M Wo respectfully ask you to in increase in admission hut simply Iho proper ol the Tours GEORGE BROWN AND Colonial LEN The Toronto of Music SIR EOMUND WALK Muilenl The Most Splendidly School fti Muiic in the Demiaioi A Wellequipped Residence Women faculty o Inlirnallonil rcpiilall6nt Unrlralled oncorlunftles or the thoroflgh HI protessionm 1 and nonproesEora The nonscrvalorys Entrilnallons an mielly throughout coSsUltite uabio sianuarda of efficicncy of ciUmlnRlionn lieforo the nil Caleitdat cf the MarHare Scliuol Expression o snr J vr ficially rrtified by tho Dominion gov of their contracts by the purchasers ol SCOTT 270 Main Winnipeg nvas early yester school and Indian reserve day niomiiig ty local In attendance are Dona btfors the Huroririian Jiul president KDSjert vics tc sai from ttie Tinlice nr riverl and captain parafio his ercTv before 7hrep of tho men were omul to persons Trsre arjout lo gel a to Rumania ami who were riTrnccl Iturnaniun Tbe threewerb arresled and rDporleri lo iie stVii heij by iilho prcsideni and District Court has decided iu a lest case that tho income tax law of New Yorkstato is unconsti tutional in its relation nonrest denls ot tho m M O STARTING on EMPRESSMdNDAY FIRST NATIONAL PRESENTS ANITA STEWART DfcSiRE FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION ;