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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Ulli U'.l IIISIUIMiK DAILY HERALD, PAliE FIVE Glad Tu Get Hack to God's Own Tiike a Month's for the sake of trying tu net common him a policeman, although he belongs i i viw ill- uublic by the department ot finance. OTTAWA, lio.n> in fcatlirci with TOmpari- "t'tnt Reserve Koto circulation jjcamiid deposits deposits Deposits outside Canada Current coin Dominion note? Deposit central gold reserve............; Call loans In Canada Call loans outside Canada Current loans In Canada................... Current loans outsldo Canada Total liabilities Total assets _____ "EATING CROW I'AltlS. Aug. Gcrraany, according to reports reaching the bureau of industrial reconstruction, lias returned to Franco tons ot material taken during tho war. A similar nuantlty ot material is being load- ed for shipment. Three hundred thousand .pieces 01 French mach- inery, it is said, already have been Identified in Germany. _ Germany, 'Aug. Korfanty, president o (ho Polish mission to llerlin, said to day that the manifestations In nppe Silesia were to be explained by the _ fact that the country had been unfcr j martial lav.- for the last seven months; that hundreds of Poles had been ar- rested ?nd that the German commis- Elouer, Zerlng. has been applying a rclgil ot terror, causing strikes, riots and other disturbances. He added that there was no llolshcvik movement in 'Burins the riol at Mystowitz. Xnlaia and Majeraba, on Tuesday, according to Herr Kbrfanty, 1C Poles were put to death without trial. The Polish commissioner advoca.ttl tho immediate sending' by the allies ol .1 commission to Silesia; the organ- ization ot a provisional government composed of Germans and Poles' m eo.ua! numbers; German troops; TORONTO EXHIBITION OPENS TORONTO. Aug. Canadian national exhibition, opened at S tAlock this morn- ing. This is Day." The. Prince ot Wales open tho exhibition for- oSi Mondyy. circumstances of Ruussia. the Soviet system would, jjVtt. tbat cu'jtitry better than any other.. It may be tbat In Hungary, having fesaid m the fact tbat all'classes are un'u 10 civo the Soviet system a fair trial, i! will work successfully. But In iM-i country thcr" are dcep-'rooted Parliamentary institutions, and to scrap whatever advantages our Parlkmicuary system us, or to refuse tn nfurm it just NO CRUDE OIL BATH FOR RUTH ROLAND and you can fill it with, any darned thing' you like." _____ Tim car was stopped and Miss Milk baths used to be popular Uolaud v.as released She didn't inons certain stage celebrities, and, I even know of the oleaginous fate, that to press agents, champ- acne Is often used for the purpose by footlitsbl beauties, but up to the ent Kuth Ilofouu. star of the 1'ilthe si-rial. "The Tiger's is the only on record who lias bcc-n even threatens! with a bath in crude oil. n hail awaited her. "The Tiser'3 Trail' is rommenrins at Slarland nest Mon- day auj Tuesday. BUTTONS" AT STARLANO MONDAY. Kvcr hear the story ot the u-.v. wbo, after chasing a scared visitor In the thirteenth of The j oycr )llf. grounds for two hours, was tound to It: merely play- Not Much Eiu'ouniiji'mcnl 1'oriy New Plan al lliilish 1. I.. P. Convention Spcc'al Correspondence of the avay in i (this afternoon was a resolution of censure on liic' National A'hninistra- live Council of the Parly for its tail ure to slate "its official position with :regard In the Bolshevists." After the action of the- delegates at the morning sitting the council might fairly retal- iate by censuring the Conference for the same omission. The council had given notice of a resolution call'iig for the reform ot the machinery of government on a found democratic i chief or tno meoicai Wood, chairman, anil the mera of Hlyih.-.vlio second- hers of the citizens' reception com- liic resolution, said they could well j mittee. bosroc.1 tils vessel to welcome to wait a few vcars before iierinieiiting on the lines of the Hus- j Interviewed by the Canadian Press wiser prilicy was to j later in the afternoon. Ccu. Turner er to capture 'first ihe expressed hirau-lt deliBhted al 03 and Ihtu Parliament, j home after an absence five years. (Mr. Bnowden) asked I own country, _V derate from ani L Newcaetl. IT served.towk Marylehon Iloland. 'Coin' to fill j the city's smartest set. each finds the other wholly deliEhftul. I both think haul about wcddius aliens Is reached. You'll enjoy every amci. i'illy keener Canadians than when they j He said was pleased to learn 'Sen. Cnrrie had been made in- 10 i spcctor-gcneral and a full gcnoral, anil, ......_-. i speaking of Canadians who Irid re- Mr. C. II. Xorniaii (London! oppos-1 turned from expressed I the resolution on the ground that it i the ea present to luovc the Soviet mem. delegate from tlie Newcastle branch replied they u.vl decided withdraw it. inc'.i of the cam-tin'. 1 KiU'en Percy is the maid, with man who was hanging to a handrail. jhilir (lml a bale of fine "Got any I ]00i; a handtul of dansellous "You bet I've got some objections. got out ex my star in that car. Let her 1 mruet rom overs, t' the earnest hope that Canada would cd" the r'esou'Ion on the ground that it the earnest hope that anaa wou maintained the capitalist system of I maintain an air service or some kind Me deplored the inea litiltl.lX. Aug. news agency report sur.gests that the authorities have been utterly In con- nection with the reported attempt to smuggle SMtlO.CWO marks across, tlio German-Swiss frontier. -The news agency asserts that both the smug- glers and Die detectives who followed them In airplanes have arrived Switzerland with the booty. for the reform o main aine, ,n thU to j c thC "'tUre' explojcd the director. JUUtv lint in tbe park." The cast and direction are and the result is a picture in which William llusscll Productions may well take pride. EMPRESS Tonight for the Last Time the withdrawal of abolition of martial ot the (.'abinot anil the substi- tution for it of departmental commit- tees elected by the various groups in Parliament, in proportion to their numerical strength. There appeared also on Hie agenda an amendment in the names of _lhe Hampstead, Marylebone anil New- castle branches demanding that "the government of the country be based upon a system of groups of hundreds of citizens, local connc'ls. district councils, county and borough councils. orkers to meet The present situation. remain there for a month. On my "Attractiveness of Meaningless yelurn I will go to Ottawa to see the I prime minister and Cen. Mewbnrn. 'Words" ot law and the immediate cessation alleged German massacres and acts of UlLLgVU _ ___ A previous report from Berlin said (lie authorities claimed to have under arrest or detention all the persons en- m __ _ gaged In the conspiracy, which, col- 1 to what is known lapsed when the airplanes which were to carry the booty into Switzerland were Intercepted1' near' Nuremberg, violence. It the allies can r.ot insu order with their own troops. Herr Kortanly suggests that permission be JVU1LUUIJ 3 Ufc Eiven to send Polish troops Into the _: i___ r.n nlllnrl 'disaffected regions witli an allie mandate. Ho added tbat these quests would be placedi before Buprnme council. J. Uavaria. Brig.-Gen. n. Manley Sims, C.M.G., DSO., ot the Ontario Government, says that reports from between four and five hundred agents loviel'syslem o mi.S amendment' fhe should Wet Ire-1 was a magniflcenl .cample ot the nicntlv itI elect instruct, and receive attractiveness of' meaningless words, renor s deet-ates to tho conn- It a suggestion that the working cfe renresTnting larger areas, and solciass should set up a House of Lords, on UP T he council, which I People talked of the Soviets as of [they came from Russia. Nothing ot >ving the'kind, the .first Soviet ever known England, Scotland, Ireland and 1 AYnles convince him that, the rush to BIG GIFT TO YALE shall administer the govOTinicn the country, the other counc'.ls ha----- consideiable local autonomy; and that meantime the. Monarchy and the House of Lords be abolished." Mr. F. Jowelt, in moving the cotin- Canada will ho something enormous Jlu r. du.lcll, as soon as shipping becomes available. cii-s resolution, paid a tribute to the past services ot Pariament in saving Toa l HfG, NEW VORK, Aug. estate of the late John Sterling, attorney, j who died In July, 191S, leaving about in per cent, ot his fortune to f, University, amounts to "cording to a tni appraisal report filed In the surrogate court here today. amount which will so to Yale, is ap- proximately no. GERMANY BUYS HEHRINGS j AUEIillEEN', Aug. i was announced at a conference of fish curers yesterday that representatives 'ill smiir to, -wbiie ct tho Scottish fish curers had con-1 r, there jl eluded contracts willi representatives I j? of German buyers in Hotterdam for g barrels of cured herrings. The i 15 lierring are valued at W HE'S M, flty the Offkp It's pretty hard that-when ttiow you've LlTCil na honesl nod trtea to bMr-.irllh (ortllui: the struggle anil Ihc strife. Ho mill Icr whacyoiir tl.itlon nere, n whether small, when y. pass aa-ay they'll Blmyly "lit all. i'f utien in church a hypocrite gets up loudlr slaps, "I want an augel aaU sprout a jialr f.1 i? you kuow he 8 pound the father war and at tls gall, .'twould Imrt a bit to eay, v-L_j r-. storwtlMil they on dai- by day anil will not the cnll, white all the world t's to lay, "lie's I will offer William Farnum. screen's most popular actor and por-1 traye'r of virile Western characters in j his greatest triuuipli "The lUinbow i Trail." This -will only be offered for j tonight only. attractions to the bill will be the latest episode of "Tbc lied Glove" and Uie long waited for com- edy "Roaring Lions and Mr--' Business." was the BrHlsh'House of Lords. The first example pi Ilio disfranchise- menl class because.it was not truslcil BARmsCALE TO wJJJhe House of Lords. I He hoped that'i'ber resolution would RUMANIA'S HARVEST GOOD BBRNB Aug. The Rumanian bureau here announces that Rumania rill export more than carloads of cereals trom tho present the time come that I must IcaTR this mundntio sntierf. i: I'll like'to tblnk I'd nuilo.n fr.end or trnj whilst I was here': 'twcinlrt S inn me jrrlevonslf to inow when I'm" btneath the ioa, that some arias fool rniiiM mi'it dtja. Hunt Cod! Ibe people from autocratic rule. The final word on national questions dealt with by Parliament, he sl'd, rested with tho people, to whom Pariameut had to come -tor election. Parliament, therefore-, had feature's, which must lie cherished, but in some respects it fuiieil to meet modern conditions. The people's representatives had no actual contact with administrative Depart- ments ot Slate, and the result ru bureaucracy.flourished. The system of departmental representative com- mittees advocated in the resolution would restore to the people the power over their National Assembly, whlcii was needed in foreign af- fairs. Deferring to the amendment in favor ot Soviet government, Mr. Jowett said: "I have nothing to say against.the ex- periment that is being made and Hungary. It is all to the advan- tage of the world at large that ex- periments should bo carried out with- out let' or liindrance, and that the ex- perience gained should be at the dis- posal of the whole world. It may well be thai, owing to the peculiar be adopted; 'but.'that the confer- j encc would make an up-to-date pro- CllCC Illiinc r.ouncemont ot election. BE SEEN ATTHE COL- ONIAL IN ''MADAM WHO" Bessie Barr'iscalc will be the star at Colonir.l Ilientro for two days, The only thing conclusive alout tlie dibatc and its Teslilt.was the evidence [hey afforded to the discretion of Hie most revolutionary movement in country." Among dealt with In a ,bco Alice Brady "The Hollow of Her Hand" LATEST OUTING.CHESTER GAY WITH NEPTUNE" CHAPLIN AND CHRISTIE COMEDIES LATEST PATHE GAZETTE Prices 10c and 25c and We Still Pay War Tax. i LAST TIMES TONIGHT W. S. Hart "Ite Bolder Wireless" Also "HIDE 'AND SEEKJ DETECTIVES" i A Hiot of run. and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" The scenes arc laid iu the South dur- ing the period of the- Civil War, but the Clements of conflict d'j not enter movement in imh t.he elements 01 CUIUUI-L ether tiueslions u10 story' whic'.i centers around] dealt with In a ,score ot .resolutions thrilling adventures of a youns adopted st an accelerating speed be- Southern girl who, while working m I fore the close of the conference were lne secret servico.of the Soulli is IIIJ o HI" ,L_ _ ,__T InnuVor JUJU conscription ot wealth, the social- ization of land, the pay allowances, pensions an civil- rights of sailors and soldiers, the right work or naintenance, the abolition of conscrip- tion disarmament, military, training in schools, the release ot political prisoners, the repeal ot restrictions on civil I'-berty, and the reform of tne prison system. On the last mentioned subject the conference had the, uenetlt of first-hand evidence from Mr. Fen ncr rock.ray, who was released tron; [1C stiiiei, sci nred by a baud ot eleven masked men. whom she knows to he agents of the enemv, ami is forced into marriage with rone of them. Throughout the storv the identity ot the unknown hus- MONDAY AND TUESDAY WM. RUSSELU "BRASS BUTTONS" You have seen Mr. Russell in "Hobbs in a.' "Where the West Begins." and other great pictures. Patrons are as- sured of another treat iu this feature. ''THE TIGER'S TRAIL" :L Episode and "CRACK YOUR HEELS" Lloyd; Comedy 25 Cents Government Tax Extra MONDAY MATINEE All Children Twe.lve Years .-md Under Will Bo Admitted band remains enshrouded in mystery ban remans anil is not solved until after a rapid series of soul-stirring incidents, the' final climax comes which unites her with tho man ot her choice. Critics have been unanimous in pro- claiming "Madam Who." which is Jliss Darriscale's first. Paralta Play, as the cr wno was nuj, rison a fortnight aso. He declared supreme achievement of her l.at during their imprisonment the it presents this popular youn iaL ouriiLfa (nr from .1 -ComjbrtaHe Cabs Family service is one ot our principal interests. Your wife, your .mother, your children, may .safely and conveniently avail themselves of our taxicab service at all times. Courtesy, honesty and safely are the three 'considerations which guide us in tlie selection of our drivers. You will find that these considerations re-act to your comfort and convenience when us- ing our cars. Our rates ave another feature which recommends our your use, Service, safety and economy, just what you want, a right to what we offer. 111 Jit ouriiLH IJLVJI conscientious objectors had done much o induce prison warders to organize hrough (he National Union of Police and Prison Officers, and that time after time warders had tiskcd Mm to expose the tyranny to v.-ljich prisoners and prison officers alike jected. were sub- in a rolo far different from which she has appeared heretofore, a role which while brimful of dramatic inc'-dents of the most thrilling nature, offers her opportunities tor displaying B. rare histronic ability far, beyond tltose ot her previous screen achieve- I nients. cars lo and have The United Taxi Service Phone 387 COLONIAL-TONIGHT TONIGHT ONLY WILLIAM FARNUM ALSO TONIGHT "ROARING LIONS AND MONKEY BUSINESS" This Big Comedy Wot Js Poal lively Here at Last. In FREE WATCH FOR DATES ON THIS SPECIAL. EVERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY, COMMENCING MONDAY TlGERSTRAH A PATHt SHOAL ALSO TONIGHT LATEST EPISODE The brought from the cult ot beast-worship. A daring heroine .whom they have reasons tor to destroy- bandits, heroism, thrills. EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION IN "The Rainbow Trail" ZANE GREY'S DRAMATIC MASTERPIECE COMING MONDAY THE STAR OF STARS BESSIE BARRISCALE Famotit Story "MADAM ;