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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 20, M ti THE O.V1IA 11KUA1.D. PAOK FIVE President Discusses Uic Peace Ti-iMly With the Sennit Foreign HclXtions Com mil lee VV.ASlilXOTON. :v i-on- ferom't-1 yi ihp jluusp loday. nil- prei'cdemed In American history. I'res- lilool U'llsou JUcusseJ lUo Senator McCumter: "Old tbat mean would claim I'.olbing for (he sink- Ing of the Tbe "Oil, 110, llidl did no! cover of thai sort at all." f The president aJJeJ thai pre-war Ha tins not covered by ilic re- paration clause and satd ULQ ilon commission would He re- pealed ibal American parUclvallau, in the senile foreign rela- 1 the remained lo bo lions (oinmitice, answered quesiiotis elded. tie put by i and gavo out u bteuo-J Senator asked if there bad nlrc Iranscr.iu t-: ilic proceedings i been any recomnicmlalioiis by Amert- tu IbD public. Some ot ihu inslilo naval authorities us to whether lullr. ol lite pierce conference, how ihCjtlie United States should hnvo one of nations covenant drawn ,0{ the Caroline. Ladrouc. or Marshall MEXICAN EXPEDITION NOT AN "ACT OF WAR" WASHINGTON, Aug, American ponitlve expsditlon into Mexico, alter the bandits who held (he two American aviators, is be- ing conducted with the full know- ledge of authorities In Waihing- ton, who have been withholding (he announcement of the mcnt's purpose until the two Americans were safe. In Its diplomatic aspect it is an 'expedition on a ''hot trail." It does not take on the character of an act of war, as its sole purpose li net to invade the sovereignty of Mexico nor to .attack its gov- ernment, bul to punish or exter- minate the bandits who held the two American army officers for ransom. should be under an rvdoquaie'v com- Tlio moral obligation." Did Not K.ipw" of Army Plans for Use of Canadian Forces in Ihe Drive of August, A Year OTTAWA. Auff. days ol tho war. Canadian corps struck hurt- whieh tlic IMiii la fit's of Iluaianin aunui'.iu'es il-ui. Le lias renounced his rights to the crown ot lluumuia. The from Uucharest (o Jrf Journal says: "Croxvu. I'rinto ClutrK-s is in his 2Ctii aud coniracied :i mor- K antic marriage with Miss Xyla brloo in September, s auction ol the UIIK- Ho Jlad- ulhietl for marriage anil his euis this year lort-ed him to oljtum a divorce. Pu June 11 a, report was re- ceived in Paris thai the crown vriuco bad Bhol himself in the leg because Ills father insisted thai he leave Hie league of nations yreveut Japan from ussuuiiug any i-'nrcr- pnd cthor lilsLorlc happenlbts were j islands (or naval purposes, jclguly over Shunning. handed out verbniliu forihe world ti> Tlic president; "Thero was n read, in contrast to ihc llmc-lioiioroil j on that subject, senator, which IKIS lirocedurc of secrecy. published. 1 only partially re- senatorial "confidence." Nothing ap-J member it- It was a paper Inylns liroQch'nj; tho conference -In thai the eoneral necessities of our tpecl Is recalled eincc Georee Wash-] Uaval policy in the Pacific and the1 went to ibo senate tu discuss ihc Indians. Making a plea for ratification of Lhe treaty that the world may Lc tnrncd v.holly hack to u peace ilio president lie saw no reasonable objection to the senate pressing its j fore.' interpretation of the league of nations' covenant, so long as those Interprets- necessltf of having base for corumunfcaLloa upon those. Islands was mcntlo'ncd, just In vbaL form (jo not rcmcmlicr. Hut !et me this: There Is ;i lUlte isluud whlcli 1 must adnilL 1 not heard of bil- "PUT UP YOUR HANDS" IS EXCELLENT COMEDY DRAMA Vi-amriux a well-known aiar ol mi- usuil popiiUrily, the presentation ol "Tut I'D Your Mauds" at SI aria nil to J nijjVt i H.'> ranting wide i Margarita tho vivacious lilllo remedy ol Ihe American Film t'ocuiiiiny, anil wUuso niijdle name is "Yer5aiilitj" A higbly humorous! lumh tti i lie latest production. U U A typical Fisher vehicle, In the of Olive Harlou, the very ruui-h up ID-dale daughter o[ a caritill- lit, brings to bear thtj of talent aiul i harm ivlilrh is in her possession. Miss Fislior has the happy faculty o( making her au'JietKL-s believe her uiirj she tikes ihciu buck to the happy ihiys when tlitn1 was no (rouble- in .the woild and vrLc-n i-very Jay u i ivelt'ouiu day- to the Springtime of This picture [airly rocks with r-ly, and. Miss Fisher is rasHiiallr.s did not actually lie coin o n part of iho act of ralificaltou. The ]t'an Tor tlie league finally sub- mitted in Paris, president said. A New Seiiator Island "The Island of audience ol 700 persons .11. Caiia-Jjan Cl'Jb Jiin-i-lipoji i Chateau Laurier. "On Aug. I, saiJ Gon. "the war council had dec-id would fifilit only more BRYANT WASHBURN'5 i "VENUS IN THE EAST" AN AMUSING PICTURE il we baltle, had been built up first from a plan drawn by :i British counu'.ltec lieailetl by Mr. Fhihnorc and lator IncludlnK ideas from a plan drawn by Geu. Smuts. From tUcso and oilier discus- Fiona, coupled wltli tlie (iresidcnl's own Ideas, the league jplair miido. "That is the full story of lioiv the plan 1 ?ent lo Ihc coinmilicc was dratvii up." the president staled. The president: "Yap. It is one of the bases and centres ol cable anO radio the Pacific, mid 1 made Ihn point that the sitton. or rtitlier lho control ot that island should he reserved for Iho con- gard lo tbe ownership and operation of tlie cable. ''That subject is mentioned and disposed of In this treaty and (hat n general cable conference is to be Lcld.' pan, regarding Shantung and said tbat tho correspondence relating to the caty 11 was said that Great BrilMn tho German islands south and Japan those north Ills own privaio draft ot Ihc 1'lrl-1 Hcnalor rererroiHo the secret more plan (He president was belwMJ Creat End Ja. Fubmillcd to the American fiiou. He had seeu Hccretarj- of 1-anslng's proposal only Informnllv. 31r U-ilson added: I "Some months beforo tbe confer-! oyce a plan u league nations had been drawn up by n iDnllfh coniiniilee at the o" vluch was Jlr. believe Jlie Mr. IJhilinorc- u-uo was known as Uic authority on inlernational law. A ropy of lhat document was sent 10 Tuc ;nnl I built T i iion lhat n redraft. I H now say whether 1 iboupht 11 was belter or nol, or an tmnrovc- nl. but 1 built on lhal a which or Ihc ot the Senator Lodge: "If it should. seem LOXDOX, Aug. house of commons, which lisleneil yosierday to Premier Lloyd (IcorBe's dcclnralion oi Iho Kovcrnineni's on many IlritlsU look a recess today until October 2-. The country has now before it liia Ihreo principal conclusions which Pre- _ 1 which was to be an effort lo tree the Paris- Amiciie railway ;md jraiu. the Amiens defense line. 'Flipn all the allied force u on I lie west frotn would inako their positions .secure and until (his spring for (he Ameiirari army lo get IherB in strength. Then It was planned Uiat we would finish (he war." However, satd Sir Arthur, the attack on (he .Amiens line Jiad resulted eo spleuilidly that it was decHed to pusb alieod. anj (lie result wits (he collapse of Ihe German defense pyslem and the signing of (he on Jl. mier Lloyd toltl Ihc house Uryant the popular Para- mount star, will be seen In "Venus in ibe Has one of ihc most anmsiug serio-comic pictures of Ihti al Sturland tomorrow only. The original was published in tho Saturday Even- ing 1'ost some months ago and the Biory is by Wallace Invln. The scen- ario Is by Gardner Hunting, and is lully as entertaining, il is declared, as Ibo original printed version. Crisp directed Ihe produc- ton u-illi Ills usual HpprecJalioii of comedy vnlucs, in ivbkb he was ably seconded by tho slur, who is perhaps OH BOYI "It's a Dusty Road to a Dry TOWPL" Sec MARGARUft fISHER Tut up Your Hands' LAST TIMES TONIGHT We extend a sptdsl invitation to dyspeptics. If you can't laugh at this pro- gram your case is hopeless. "THE TERROR OF THE RANGE" Last Episode, and A Good Comedy you will lit more ibau glad you lo soy it. necessary for the safety of coEumunf- callon for this country that we BhoulU have a cable station (here, would that secret treaty interfere Tbc president: "1 think not, sana- lor, in view ol tlml I made wltb regard lo (ho fiucslioji of eonslrucllon by this cable convention. yesterday had been reached by the govern men I. TBis was Ihc abandon- ment on Sept. 1 of the present system of licensing, "which is tn lie replncatl by measures to prevent Llie declaralioii tlicvl Ihc plans iiartial control of the, coal in- dustry, giving the miners a share tu controlling mining policies, and Lhe announcement that the government will recommend a joint Indus' rial council of employers and employee, and provide for a. 4S-hour week and livlny wages is virtually every indus- try. Previous to the delivery ot the great onc Of keenest judgea oC humor Immmcr lilowjs planne'J Gcu. Koch. f0r screen in 'Ills profession. he Canadians had- Ijteii hold in re- There aro two importaiiL feminine frve and had held jnilr.? of front, and iheso are ployed by Margery niul Anna Q. Xllsson. Julia I efini IMiilinuro suggestion. "Then between thai lime and in the1 ice covering tbat sulijcct." Senator Horali tiuealioned HID i lo what should be done the piece's ot Lhc dismembered empire. .Alter 1 got lo Paris, there-1 r fore. rewrote lho document to ivhlch r have alluded, and you may have no- I liccj lhat It consisted ot a. eerics oJ i articles and then supplementary agrcc- i nieiits, ]t vrria In tlic supplementary f HBrccnlen'.s that 1 embodied Lho addi- Ideas lhat had come lo me, not Jor.ly from Gen. Smuts' paper, tmt from discussions. Thnt is the -full jry p[ how ihu plan which I sent the coiumlUce was built up." Senator Lodfjc: "Tlien, course, SJt is ob'Tioiis ihaL Gtri. Smuts' nlnn vims been tiFed. That appears on the gfacc of the document." The Question of Reparation Senator I .bilge tben nskcd whether he Vn'.lcd Stales would receive any or Ihc German reparation fund. The president: "1 left that question open, senator, because I did nol Eecl at I hail any filial right lo dec id o Upon tlic basis (hat was set up the reparation clause a (lie lioii thai Ihe. United Slates would be very small at best, ni my own'judgment was xprcsFcrt, not as a decJsion, Jiut ns .1 lulgmcnt ItTTit we .should claim noth- tiniler those general cl.iuses. J at berausc lho moral ,IBC Jnnl Hint would eiro'us In he'ccunclls of the world." Die only restraining influence vould be Ibc public opinion oC the ?aJd the prcsidenl. That, Lho tresidGDL said, .was the view oE the ipnintission xC'lilch dratted [he league. kermany and the League Replying to Senator Fall, who sug- gested that ns Germany was not a aeinner of liie league of Nations, -imcnd.ncnls to tlic league coTCtiant vould not be submitted to her, and she would not haYc'to.Kivo her -con- sent, tlic president Said. 'Twill admit thai that point had not occurred (o me. Xo, sho not.1' 1 iadissinff .Arifclo H., under n-li the lenguo could tnke any action 'deemed In case war occurred or TVHS Uireatcned, the president said the action contemplat- ed also "would rest entirely on a moral obligation. Senator ICnos: "Mr. President, al- low me lo ask (his rinestlon: 'Sup pose lhat il l.i perfectly obvious am acceplcil thai llicre ts an external ag grosslon against some powor, and eup pose II is perfectly- obvious ami ac itcrt that it can nol Le repelled by force M'onld we bo under any legal obligation lo parll Tlic president: "No, sir, bul we Musicians and Hands Ask For Considerable AVagc In- crc.ises Before Sept. 1 WliVMPEG, Aug. nuisi- clans and stage hands employed ut Ibc 'ire big (hcafres here linvo o the management of the respective louses n demand for substantial in creases In their of pay.. If theac ire not met, a wa.'koul is Ihrenlc Sent. 1. i Uio case of tlis members of the orcheslras, the rate is fixed by the at a week, Tviih ft wecX lor ihc leaders, nianagora say is on increase- of approjimalelj 36 per ceul. on the present rates o pay.' Tbe demand of the stnec hands i; approximntely a 30. per cent, in crease, and their wages are 1 5SO n. w_eelv, according la Ihe dn tics performed. Tht managers of the theatres wil mccL committees o[ Ihc" rosncctiv unions this morninE. was one-fifth of Ihe entire Tlril- sh front n'nd influiTcil ground whicb Kayo i-as templing bait for the Losche. the j3 'a rcat coill fields being villnu the 1 round Ijcltl.by Ihc Canadian coriis. orgunfzalioa and great sec- j ecy were aniong Uie factors vital to lie Canadians' success, s.ikl Hie com-j .aiiiler. So carefully had tbe move-1 niciit of tlie in the first i iays-of Augusl, 191S, teen covered up hnt tbe King of Belgium protested Marshal Forh that the Canadians vcrc about to deliver an allack in Ms iouiitry and he had nol been advised if tnefacf. At the same Umo Uie JJrit- sh warofllcc was rccoivlug complaints ia( Hie Canadian force was bfiiiiE dir- dciL up. Fonvc being sent to Belgium or ati attack, while Gibers wewt lo another front The luovcmeiits of (lie Canadian troops were EO well-covered that the! Germans had no Idea they were in (lie! neighborhood wlien the Mlack was 1 launchcil, and.'so w.ell were the eiieoiy pOailions noLert Lhat Uic Canadian gun-1 uera oiiened flro, creating a perfect harrago over the enemy trenches with- out having to. Josc-any; time in regis- tering the bosfne' posiliona. TRAVEL OVER ICE FIELD CLAD ONLY IN PYJAMAS has a fine rolft ami there cast 6t players. PRISCILLA DEAN AT THE COLONIAL "The tUlk-Uued "a drann of puspensc." Priscilla Dean's lalesM EtarrlnK vehlcln will be seen at IDC, Colonial theatre and row. As might bo Judged from the tllle. It is a biRh-class crook play, one or tbose up-to-the-minute dramas thai] draw on crime Jor its suspense aod thrills, yet yhlp sordid and revolting j details. i Mtsa Dean Is the "burglars-tor a1, light. Her sweetheart's professional: is threatened ivllh ruin unless! 10 cun obtain the contcots of a cer-i ain safe. Yel he. as a Secret Service I cannot sLuoi> to crime lo get hem. In this extremity Miss Deanj assumes the responsibility, ndverllscsi Tor and engages a competent safe-1 )lowcr and accompanies him when hu a'oes al mliluLubt to rlllo the safe. Just as the fuse is lit, the owner! inters, ninl from then on the action! proceeds at -whirlwind speed, without- l-uu, to a great surririsa finish. To hint at the nature of it would IJG to spoil iho "puuch" of lho play. This extra fine pLotoplay will hu shown in conjunction four reels of comedy and (he. Colonial Concert Orchestra will be heard in an entirely different musical The FraniplnH Madonna, one of the most celebrated works o[ art In the Old IVorlrl Is shown in ''Human In which Atita Stewart wil lie seen at Ihe Empress theatre, lo day and tomorrow. This statute, showing Uie Virgil and Child, in tbe' new- feature whlcT f National is dislrlbulloe, furnish COLONIAL fTONIGVIT AND TOMORROW An Exceptionally Fine Photo- play in Six Acts, Featuring Priscilla Dean "The Silk-Lined Burglar" Add-d Attraction. "ROARING LIONS AND MON- KEY BUSINESS" The Best Comedy of the Year. BILLY WEST "THE FLY COP" Two Reel Scream Prjcis 35c and 10c Shortage of domestic workers ew York is nuparallelfid. .GBN'EVA, Friday, Auff. SwiL- zerlaiicl.bns been suffering from a mag- netic heat WAVC. for four days. The telegraph lines have been greatly dis- turbed. The heat has been so intense that two Alpinists iviiro seen yester- day on the Kta of ice, near Chanionls, clad only in pyjamas. 3 Vital Points of Our Practice SAVING From mir rceular ttioi moclerale charges, wo arc BlvlnB Ihla month n genuine 20 per cent, discount. -To ublnln II. cut out Ms advertise- ment tiud II lo our SERVICE Ours is a sPrrice fvhlch ig honesl, painstaking and accurate. "NVc'guar- hnteo our Work absolutely lor" MO years. GENTLENESS Modern painless by our lone nludy ol same, perfected to ihu liir.licsl degree, Dentislty At We Practice It Is a Gentle Art i i nidiaras, formorlf In charge ol our Lclli. bridge office, now no conjiccllon. Fhalaoover with ouf practice. Drs. Bruncr, McLaren Nelson High Grade American DcntUtry PHONE 363 Qtt Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRfDGE, ALBERTA tlQHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. OTTAWA, Aug. P. O'Con- nor, assistant chairman of Uie board of commerce, leaves on Thursday lor Washington, he will lonk Into Ihe workings o[ the United Slates Cefl- cral trade commission a view-to gccuriug liifonnnlioii which luay prove to he of value in connection wllh the organization ot the Dominion hotly, whlcb will in fnlnro, in a large meas- ure, control trading in Canada. Mr. O'Connor will iirohnbly return Lo Lhc capital about Uic snnic lime Judge llobson. chairman ot lho. boaril, arrives from "Winnipeg nnd steps will be lakei> LO completely orRflnizo the hoard. During Ihc of Ilia (wo com- nVisaioncra, Cant- William sec- rotary ot Lhc board, will bo. in charge of Us There is likely lo bu a tonslJcrahle omoonl of TO operative effort between Ilic Canadian American commerce comnllsslons nnd it Is rcallxail lhat rondltioii3 which JifTccl prices in 'Hie tivo ronnlriss arc in niany rospccls similar. BITRO PHOSPHATE TOR THM.DELICATE NERVOUS.ANAEMIC k PEOPLE ANITA STEWAftT DESIRE EMPRESS "WHERE YOU LIKE TO GO" TOMORROW TODAY AND FIRST NATIONAL'S LATEST SUCCESS HUMAN DESIRE" FEATURING CHARMING AND DAINTY Anita Stewart es the inspiration for H little Italian convent girl to go1 out Into Ilio world alie never has seen seeking a. baby of her own. f Also a big'two part Christie Com- cfly. It's a scream. Being n Christie first two part Christie comedy cvur made. Aiao Mutt anil .left anil travelling through Canada- See our country A beautiful story of. :i girl whoHoved babies and a wiie who didn't- "It's Broke All fiecordi Everywhere-" of Laughter in "SALUE'S BLIGHTED CAREER" Featuring the famous Christie players. Also MUTT AND JEFF.' and TRAVELLING THROUGH CANADA. Orchestra Music Daylight Pictures Adults 35c, 25c Children.lOj Children's Matinee 5c NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION IN SESSION VICTORIA, broad- er and more far-rcaclilng1 Hod of Ka nfralni, 50 lhat It may be of greater usefulness In the news- paper profession and in tho Mini Is- BUGS of (he country, was foreshadowed In Lhc discussions of the National Hdl- torial Association n business sea glon tbla mornlne. Tbc work of cn- targtag tlic scops of the association was bc'gun at the meeting n-hcn-n ndmlifer of dclegalcs conlrl- Inilcd nionej- for Hie maintenance ol ndillllon.il Sidney JJess, ISycar-olil .son of n wealthy New Yorker, was sent "lo Jail for JO days Attention! This is not a call to arms In a military sense, but It IE a call to a service- which you may render the cause of Irrigation In this locality by attending the (N WEIGAfJD'S BARN, AT Evening, Aug. 22 STARLAND mi All Production I WEDNESDAY ONLY v Proceeds are to appty on fund for making Irrlgatlan a. fact, LtlhbrldgB people have, on prevtoui occasions; enjoyed the dance on IMa splendid fToor, and Incldentilly the delights o? motoring alonp an admirable country road under the So LEAVE OLD MAN GLOOM BEHIND end attend this premier dance of the year.' Dunnlno's Ocbeilrj, Admission TnclUded. T. W. H. Mcll-ROYf Committee. ill you r-fr-epl th's slight o? e BF.yANT Bryant Washburn IN WALLACE IRWIN'S OREAT.SATURDAY EVENINQ POST STORY "Venus in the East" YOU HAVE READ THE STORY. SEE THE PICTURE "Ea.t Lynne With Variations" A Two-Reel Mack Sennett-Paramount, Riol, Fealurlnj Ben Chjs. Lynn and Pelly Mown. LATEST OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZEHE. Adults Extra ;