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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1 LliTJIHRlDGK DAILY 1IHUALD, KTVB DIE" Formtr Secretary Here Makes Statement About Recent Election ''The man ivlia gave Ibal slalemeut to (ho Her.ilJ has DO inoro priiiclplu than a ratlleEin-io." jald Chnrlus cotV. former secretary ol Ixical No. S7I. Ulstr'.ct Xo. IS, LO1.W. o! A., to ihb today, referring to Ihe re- port of iho of tic Gait miners Ihe other evening nheu Lew oftlccrB elected. Incidentally, Mr. Peicock says; "I'll be an O.LML man till I dlo. 'They call us Iba iusane leaders. Tlio future will tell as to I lie jane- ness of- the ex-policy coumiUUe ol JJistrrct No. IS. Time will loll that were righL There will bo a move- ment soon which ivJH prove IL. And il will be alone constitutional Lines, tow. want no roroJutlofl." In hie stBloment to tLo Herald t'ardiu? tho election lit Loral ,Vo, 574, Ki-Sccrcuiry Tcacock said: ".At a previous in eel Joy held In Uie m'nersc library of men who had TROUBLE AT THE "PEE WEE" Ai Ihe i-'lty police court IUOTQ, DC. George Cotiras appeared before Irwln on the charge ol Illegally selling Uauor at tho soil drliikB parlor, known as the "Pco Wee." ho 4th ATO. The ac- cused was remanded uotll tomorrow. I MR. DUNCAN BROWN NEW HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL a inct-ihig of the puWlc school Iho uuw painters lo th'o racunf position.1? v In tUo High school, us imljlisll- L'-J lu Die lleraM it little- lluio ago, were confirmed. These arc Messrs. Dun tan Hrowu, Aleck Mt-MilU-n, Arthur and lj. Ki'iuieUy. Mr was appoint0'1 :inn. clpal, Jn Ibt plaop of Mr Dob- sbti, who resigned Iho poshUm on being given an Mr. llrown ivus formerly a member of the ilaff or thii Jle- gh i (.'oUrglhtc Institute, and has uecji recently inking a jiosi grttduLile course at Chicago VTni- vmlly. I Continued Trout Page.) ness chatted for a minutes witli Sir Jtobert Borden before the party grapby- as well as1 convincing quali-pJacLarou plays the slrcng role oT lies of plot, lhat invariably gracu yic-jOuiulruu Trygavion. daughter or lures produced under Mr. luce's svtyc r- Kmttc. in vhost> vlpjis Hows the blood vision. isiuoisio AUEND lluo of Vlkluc ancestors. The ftory written ty Sinclair (he noted short story writer, l give? Miss Macljarou a vehicle in lightful flaien curls is probably the most loved nctor In tho entire cast. He, too, 13 quite a. star of note and comes from a family o! atars. Ills mother IE Xora Moore. Uie noleii Kngl'sh and his brother. Pat Moore, is well known, for his work lo Will Advance Cosl of Normal ivroblem and how sho mem TREMENDOUS PROBLEM OF LOVE FACES THIS BRIDE.......____ ____ .........___________ If yon were Uio i-asloff hriik- cf her true Ulent as ai: actressj Man.' youth' whose miN'-onairc, had Us- fully brought out under Ihu able ol "The IU'1 sworn to destroy you, you aJiuii jdLrcrlloa ot TM UrowuliiK, ivho pro- aud a new comedy, "Soap- an "affair1 of which you were ibe picture. suds 'and will "alao conl lo Uie motiier of your, bus-; j.uue Mickey Mooro wltb t.te de- shown. lard iho liurnlllaliuti of an Sands (Alice Joyc-.'t Ihls i -of ihe great dramatic sreut.i Third Vitagraph's piciurlja- i iroa of Ihe famous Charles Klein slago success which will bo in llu- v; iooioiual theatre on Moudav, Tuesday HHOwheroilKlhi-; there ap-; and WtJucsdnv itoxt. au adTftrliFL-intiii by tae Albcrla bus MVcJ lUc Jlh ol KtlutuUoti :uinounctm; h married her wlieii a waitress ia 'that loans will be provided by lUeBOv-ja coll e restaur4nt. of a murder ot School Course to Those Who Need il fmauce brother otflceri and men [rotn liartE of the empire. "You Jiare snohoii. Mr. Prime Mints- denl n'ho lias Ibe high school ......Islanding, end who desires lo attend ;ihe uoriual acliool to iniin as leacliere. I Hon. George I'. Kmiih. an'nlBter of I education, tiplalns lhn( this pollry (appears lo'be nectary in orjer to i bo ivas forced to plead guilty through the torture ot the police third de- grc-e. lllss Joyce has one of her Elrongest roles AS Elar in the great Crania, which was directed by Tom Terrlss. lelt the aud entered the sU guard of Lonor elood to altenllou. After Juapcctliig lha guard ot lionor. Imli was funifslicd by tho governor ,u t general's fool guards, Ills Uoyal High- verted Iwefc )o Iho Jnternallonal ness (hrougJi Ibe slation lo tor the imrpose of elect- tho najn wllcre rcceivcJ ing new the mr-ii refused flrst u.arM grePHng Jroui the llncu lo the proposiil. The luterna- awailiiiE bis coming. which limial ofHt-crs present said new liao to bo elected, the oM ofti- crra ucl eligible. Tho pres- ent refused to aland for il. and the officers, including myself, sec- were elected pro lein. "Al the ticst ahoul vliich tho lie-raid had a report yesterday, the minules of the urevfous vieeting ivere lie graciously1 nckntmlctlged before slopping in'.o tlic waiting carrlase. Insptcled Veterans On alighting from his" carriage at the foot of the iriaiii walk on parlia- ment hill His Royal Highness was Greeted by I'remlcr'Bordcn and mem- bers o( the government and by Mayor I. therefore, great-j (he supply of teachers, which is a.'- MAHY MacLAREN IN ly prizn Jhe opportunity M'hlcli you ready too" lioiJteJ, will be greatly re-1 "THE UNPAINTEO have Riven me of seeing all of clucn.d.- Tie extra cost for ihc longer; AT COLONJAL TODAY this Ri-cal Dominion for myself, term Is the great reason for Ilio difli-1 MacLarcn, "Iho American ing a real acquaintance witli its cully- which the department ia ciper-j Keanly of the wU! he seen at nnd acquiring a first hand know-Hcucing .hi securinR large enrolmeat. Iho Colonial for tliroo days, starling ledge of 11s BplcndlU prospects ajid j .Mr. Smith stales lhat he Is deter- rnnada jiliiyiid a Agnail nlined that tto longer term of i rain- part in (he protracted figlil Tor ling must lie introduced, as Jic coil- Klah at mv request. 1 advised the IKIahcr and Controller Joseph Kcnl. on uen present not lo noiisulcr mo aa behalf of.Iho city of Ottawa. The DII issue, but to EO ahead and elect Wtl of honor of war vc cram new oliken. Had 1 wauled lo by Ilia Uoyal ll.gl nc3a at- liniic-ihe flRUl iho men-would hnroltcr wbtcL he prococdoj lo Ihe plal- mused lo elect new officers unless a 1 ford, her Uie Ducli- cuaain clique urescQl-had wanted lo of Devonshire, ami Ladles Dorolhi run the orgunlzallon for themselves. "I to slnml for nominat'.ou, lo receive him. Itnchael Cavc-ndish, were waiting Olkcrs on Iho platform were Mayor Milifc Tloscbasti- Scc.-tieaa. Robt. Pencock. Ceo. Chollak. "Lowla Moore was a. for tecrclary-troasnrcr, and received only BLIE MBBON TEA, People don't take long to find out the merits of an article. Ask your friends what they think of Blue Ribbon Tea and freedom, has so keenly sidcrs it essential ilini the standards tested tlie vision and oianhcod of tlicjof the leaching profession should be empire during Ihc last five years, and, I believe that she can noiv look for-J. ward to rapidly Increasing power, liolh moral -and ruaterful, as 0110 of Uio i great nations of the Hrllieh common-', wealth. It will lie my constant on- i deavor lo share her hopes and to de- serve her confidence." In reply lo the address o[ the city! of Otcavra, tlic prince I ''.Mr. Mayor and Ccndenien: have termed your ireJcomc, 'afleclloHate1.' Tlhauk you for thalj word, since it also descrbes ui.v own. MRS. MINKLER DEAD The death occurred al Calgary this morning of Mrs. Mary Hunter Minkier, the third daughter of Mr. and.Mri.iA, H. McKeown, for- merly of Lelharidge, and now Q! New Dayton. Deceased was 31 years of agu and had been married twelve yesrs. She has been ail- ing for'a year and leaves behind her a husband and three little daughters. today. In her latcet Universal special, "The Unpalnled Woman." Thoso who popular star In "Creaking "The Amazing Wife" and other recent suc- cesses of surpassing I u 'The L'npafnled Miss ;s are promised another picture irpassing Interest. ever voles, Jlobcrl Peacock getting' [Association his lordslilu, Bishop llopcr; Freeman j Mayor, my sincere and.lasting grall- I. Davis, and Col. JoTiii'G. l-'ostcr, Uc-jtude for Die reception which tlie great j ilcd SUles consul-general- i eastern cities of Canada have givanj His Royal Highness wns inade a memher o[ Ihe Great War Veterans' was presented wlln an address frona ihe Dominion com- want the men to Lo wotftfng [mand. Comrade MaxM'dl, first vice- president of the on hehalf of tho executive "ana members nlsu landed to His ttoyal Hlghncsa a gold G. W.'V. A.'badge; Col. 0. E, Winter presented an aft- dreas from St. George's Society to- ward the conclusion of Uie program on the platform. 4 The cordon gave -way lo the rush of thousands who ircre anxious lo get closer to ilic prlnco and the crowd land ivfil taXc a chance on mailing a living .Mr. Peacock then 'n'cnt on to say that 00 per cent. oC the rank and file arc still 0.13. U. at heart, and lhat not over 50 ner cent, of Hie former District IS me-nborshlp an; working in Iho Ihc piotcnt lime. He also expressed grave doubts vlielher the L'nUed Mino .Workers: Uitlcm would ever sign a new incut with the operators In this -.dls- furwarrf .with a rurli. Iricl. -j. Younw Ipolir.o and In a few seconds, were chcerlnff and surging' arbanil'the foot of the stand. On his iirriral alBOvenimcnl house, the princo.was welcbnicrt hy his ess, Tearl" loget: by far escccdccl any "1 am touched by the warmth of' your reference to ihc King and Queen, nnd I will not fail lo toll Their Ma-1 Jcslle.-; on my return of tliiii city's] Impossible aa it may seem, in "Tlio appreciation oC their work anrt exam- j our pic during tlie You have Fcarlt also mentioned, loo kindly! my own Ol: service at the front. I regard lhat (previous serial ofiering. H becoraea service as Email Indeed hy compari-i almost. Impossiolc to catalogue J'carl son with the service and sacrifice of White's dariiis, Ingenious and semi- all ranks In His Majesty's forces, anA I can never adequately express eilhcr my deep appreciation of their gallan- try or sympathy with those who have suffered loss ami dis- ablement." GETS SON'S MONS STAR Mrs. S. A. Palmer. 527 7lli Avp. miraculous escapades, stunts anj i Ihrills, Imt when we, hear in liat "The' LfgLdn'ng Haider" vrUten liy-'tliose two past ruaslcrs al .erial con struct ion, George E. mrt IlortraniOtiaau'eer, produc- eil liy is not so. dUficult to maginn ivhy Hiidcr1' .rill outshrno nil its Ai .he Empress, Ihrce days lo> celtenc.r. eonrmriiinau nn'rt So nth. has from (the rccorU was enlertainecl to luncheon, "which loofc place at 1 o'cloct. From Canada The address on hehalf of tho gov- ernment mid people was signed b.r the .premier, Sir Holcrl Bonlen, arid Hon. Martin Tlnrrell, sec- retarr of slfite. It reads ?.s "May it .itleaso; Your _Uoyal lligli- ncEs: x- behnlf ol. the government and people of Canada Ve tender lo Your Tloyal Highness our loyal and cordial welcome. Our people liave nnd office, Enslaml, a 1SI4 star whlcli ivould have oecu conferred lipou' her EOII, fie. H. Palmer, of the 2nd Bed- fordshire Regiment, had he lived. decoration came an intimation that Kinp desired Lo cspress his high appreciation of.Ihe services ren- dered." Mrs. Palmer had five EOIIS in the war, four in the army and one in Ihe navy. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR .___ v. V {_ Because we liuy only the Very lincSl spring wheat direct from Ihc grind here on tlie prairies in'.onr mag- pificcni modern [That's w.hy we jjiiarantec'to! refund the full purchase fcnd- iOTtarfdeil if after ings Robin Hood Flour does not; thoroughly suit Q trial sad: yoltf iffattr .pj- Tncmorios of tlie vlsUa o[ oilr beloved sovereign mid of his lllus- 1 trlous fnllicr, late King -Edward. confidenlly aiillcliwlo that.the re- suits of your visil iriH strenglncn tho lies affecUpli and deVotloji wbicli jlnil our people lo the crown .and per- son of gracious iD.njesty. "The asKociatlon. ol Your Royal Highness ivith our Torres in Uio great conflict, from .Trnich .the rtritisli Em- piro ,iiid. her allies have '.victoriously emerged, is n niallcr of deepest catis- faction lo our people. This comrade- ship .in arms in a world-wide strug- gle for the preservation ol jusllce anil liberty has ealahllslieil a peculiar bond of affection aii'd sympathy ybclwcen Your Royal Hl'hneas and. this Do- minion n-hlcli irlll never severed. 'The., notable development of the of Dominions has tended to strengthen the Influence of Ilio croirn In binding together all the nations ot tlio Empire through a tie. of a common nlleglaiice Jn which the HEAVN LIQUOR FINES TO MANITOBA OFFENDERS WIN'NH'KG, Aug. lha past few-days liqnov and excise offl- cerg have been part-cnlarly liilsy an-J as a result seven "persons accused 01 violaiing the Temperance anri Inland novoiiue Acts, iupluding Dr. P. M. Dlake, Dominion parliamentary mem- ber for North Winnipeg, appeartfil in courl lodoy.- Two fines Lotalllng }SOO were imposed: (he other five cases wore reminded, rir. Illakc. char with- giving prescriptions unnecessar- ily, was" given a remand of one week. P. Plilllips anil 'Jlru. J. Neill wefe'itnert and 4300 rcsjicclivcly for keeping liqaar for falc. MANITOBA REPRESENTATIVES FOB INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE WlXNIPEfi. AIIK. ivl lie well represented at the onference irncn it opens at Otlaira 11. Prenilsr T. C. anil foil. Thomas Johnson, attorney-gen will the provincial" gov cnt. Tlie Canadian urers' Association are sending. J er-i-ka Adi Again! "Adlcr-l-ka la Iho only raedlclna for on the stomach. I never had much relief wtlh -any medicine. would ?25.00 for the relief on6 boltle of Adler-l-kn give me, 1 rinnot tftl done rscomrnendlriff 11." (Slgnftdl 11. I'. Hicks, Ashley, 111. Adlar-l-ka czpola fiflfl and sour- ness, stomach dtsLrcEs Kmpllcs BOTH upper nnfl lower .bowel, flushing1 TONTIUH RftmenlAfy cutfil ncmovea ALb foul mailer which ayslctn. Ofloti CUItES conflMrallojf, Prcvonla np- pandlcllls. Wo haro .opld .Atllcr-l-ha innny, ft mULiiro.of, buck- Ihofn, cflscar.l, Blycerhio ami nine rjr.bc.-v slmplo Illglnbolh- fi Co., nnltcrt purpose and endeavor pi all the Itrlllsh peoples fiml effectiyo expres- sion. rejoice lhal ynvj liare taknn this early opporlunUr after" tho cossa- li'on of bcullliUea to visit this portion of our Empire and we hop6 lhat tho onpinliinily lima affordiiil lo. Your Royal lllghnosa" of inllmnlo acquaint- ance pcoplo and with the ro- n'nd conditions of our coun- try ivJll provn nol only of interest, hut ol real ant] permanent yaluo lo you in tho r'CrfonnancL1 oi Iho dullcs wlilchl under Dlvino Providence you may bo called upon to Prince Replies Replying lo Ihc.afldrcg.i of tho gov- ernment of Cnnada, Ufa Royal High- ness .ipoko fla ".Mr, I'rlmc Minister and Cicnllf men; "I am deeply grateful for Iho cc: dial terms of' yoiirmlilresa and for II warm expression' of your loyalty 'to tho person of my father Iho king. 1 have not Vet .been forin'ght In Canada, but the greeting already given no exceeds my hlghcs nnllclpatlons aad I shall lie proud to Lcll His my how kindly, f was welcomed as'bis reprc scntallve In this great Dominion. nm much, touched by your Wnd lo ntt b'mall service m a junior greal ivar I' ciin 'osauro yo'u''lhnL I ynlno lisa' foh (fio close cfntlon'infd ivhlch 11hrbnghl me with lulnian. T. II. Donron nnd 'arnell. J. Jl. HoRBi K-C., counsc :r (he Manufacturers' .Association vill also ntleiul. r Ivcs iviJl consist of -Inmos H. A, HlgE. Adam Jlay. Mlsa Deri? Mcnkln find Jl. C. MOST CHARMING STORY! There arc fciv n-onic-n as brave, one night imagine, as Mary Uowen, ivlioso recent (lisctirery that Afan'-Pcriy nnil J lot her husband, was guilty of. 'forgery j of a cheque for' Jim lioircn! was sent, to prison, 'will result in liisj release. But thcso Irving days arc i disclosing the fact that most women J arc brarc.nrid resourceful vflicu put! lo tlie lest, i The slory of Jim" nnrt Mary, will I ha seen in Mm Dorotliy Dalton'B new l Faramount picture at SUrtand Frlftay nnd Saturday, uo snonn. This is n Thomas H. Incc product and Vcum nil. Ihc marts ot direction and splendid photu- LAST TIMES TONIGHt WALLACE REID "THE DUB" Also Z.REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY and OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE An Bicelltfut Progritn. HERE'S ANOTHER GT30D ONE FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOROTHY DAITON "QUICK SAND" See What L.ifu Really is For a Cabaret Girl., FATTY ARBUCKLE "THE SHERIFF'1 It is Iruc thai foiu" out of five pic oy-cr forty sulFcr. from Appear At Your If you recctre a wJJtr. ratter or An unnpccted ln> M'tillon you can feel con- fldcnl of acFpUrini it your best. In but a fttr mumenUIL tojwjr jkln a wonderfully purr, left thai U Oriental Cream BANK CLEARINGS Unnk clearings for (he week T ending loilay were ns ngnlnst for (lie corrc- HpontlinB ivcck a year A t. RED SEAL BUT-APATS f> Pyorrhca >Bqt many people even under unity have Pj-orrlica, particularly after tho baby codes, arc pecuVbrly subject to 'At such time they ICKJ careful about their leclh-L Pyorrhca comraencea tender 'giims, or with gum-bleeding, nt tooth- brush lime, i GradurUly tho gums be- some spongy. They inflame and lhcn shriiit. The teeth become esposed lo decay nt Ihc base acd tiny qpcn- mgsin Ihsgums becoir.e the brccd- iafj places ol atesnss germs which infrct Ihc Joints cr orcauso other ailineaLs. j Baw.iro. of lhat first gnra tcndcr- tcss! Try TorTian'sfor tlicgunvi. It positively prevents Fyoirfcea, if in line used consistently. Jio crdiaarj- do this. And Forhan'a cleans teeth ddanljG- cally sis Brush with il. It kcepi the IcetU nndclean 1 gura-shriTitago has nlraidy set In. start using Forhrm's ftnrt consnlt a dtntist immediately forspeelM freat- SS( and tubes. r- FORIIAWS, LTD.i SI, FOR THE GUMS EMPRESC THREE DAYS STARTING TODAY kj Prices 25c, lOc. children Matinee i JACK PICKFORD IN A DRAMA OF BOYHOOD AMONG THE HILU FOLKS OF KENTUCKY Bill Apperson's Boy IS A PICTURE YOU'LL LIKE. THRILLING, ENTERTAINING AND HUMAN. PEPI PUNCHI PATHOS! ACTIONI DRAMA! ROMANCE' FIGHTS! FEUDS! AND WITH FITTINGLY DESCRIBE THE'STORY OF "BILL APPERSON'S BOY." A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION, ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE In "FATTY'S WASH DAY" AND LATEST OUTING-CHEST- EH PICTURE AND PATHE NEWS. MUTT AND JEFF. FREE! WE REURET TO ANNOUNCE THAT PEARL WHITE IN "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER" WILL NOT BE SHOWN TILL TOdWRHOW THROUGH.AN ERROR WHICH IS NO FAULT OF OURS. ALL CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND UNDER WILL SE ADMITTED FREE AGAIN AT TOMORROW'S MATINEE BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 1.00 AND THE- SHOW WILL START SHARP AT ONE O'CLOCK. COLONIAL 3 SSS TBttl: Starting 25c and 1Qc AN UNUSUALLY GOOD WEEK END SHOW Mary MacLaren fn Iicr Wonderful 1'fcLure of the who mastered I'nic, Ihe Unpainted Woman' Khc t-aino up from then lost every earthly possession except, her conquering hear- -anil (he love ol A man ivlio knew ft.brave woman when lie savr one. Together ITiey worked ouL llicir fr.'.eful the drama ol It never.has been surpassed. You must nol ml3s this picture. IN SIX PARTS ADDED. ATTRACTION Something'New in Comfcdy 'Soapsuds and Fatheads' A 2-Rcel Vifngraph (This fs Iho first ot these hrantl new comedies lo fce siliAvu iu COMING MONDAY-ALICE JOYCE in V "The Third Charles Kleln'a Tremeridous SlajB Success C O N S DAT E D PLATE GLASS CO Do you realize that your best salesman is a modern up to date store front. "Zouri" Metal Store Front Construction. CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (UNDENOMINATIONAL) MASS MEETING SUN., SEPT. 7th BAPTIST CHURCH AT P.M. SPEAKER MR. D. H. ELTON OF DEMOCRACY" OPEN DISCUSSION EVERY MEMBER BE PRESENT. LADIES INVITED. SPECIAL SINGING ;