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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FKlilU'AUV 18. i.CTimninGK DAILY HERALD "coiHUnif.l Oily said he dealt with In connection with attemptlna to tain land lo. the Mennonitcs was n Mr. Taylor of Calgary whot' Initials he could not remember but who kept an office on Centre Street, he thought between 8m and Ninth Avenues and whom he thought "might have been tne Mr. Taylor who was a government .ranch inspector." LETHBRlDGE FIRM INVOLVED Anotlier firm with winch the Mennonites had lie said was Pi linns Co., of Letlibridcje, but Daly denied that thsre had been ar.y agreement with them -for sharing commissions. A third ,f-rm he mentioned as having ne- gotiated to bring the were Farleijh Connor of Cal- 'nary. A Mr. Spaultling had introduced h.m to that firm v.-lth the understanding that the com- mirsion vos to be spill V" Ihe firm to get f.lty per cent.. Spiulding 25 per and Daly 25 per cent. The proposed deal ho.vsver, fell through. DEFENDS MENNONITES Ualy rrnde a strong defense of MennoniUs colonies, told how he had vtsitnl -them in South Da- and found that they lauQht English ?s well as German in their rcnools. He said he bad informed them they could not teach Ger- man in Albt't.i. He thought he was doing a r.ilr.otic duly en helping to bring them In to furth- er the campaign for greater pro- duction ns they were a little higher than the average type of making his statement to Ihe public accounts committee, Mr. Daly-said that he had acted assistant publicity ccmm.ssioner since February i, 1910- reply to questions Daly said that the M. Scolt who wrs confi- agent for the Kennen- itls was not the W. O. Scott, im- migration agent for the Uom.nion government whose letter wllh ret- "icnce to Mc.inoni.o immigration read lo the house. Ui-Tiibi'iK Im-aiioiis lie had visile- to al I UK-' .MfunuiiiK s tu ulnaln lam' Le sal.! they lia'l lirsl iusp'.cn-.i acres ammi'l aud i MII-.I l.y me C. 1J. It. He ut: revert m'- Mt-miui'lU'S had an n'i ihi-i ljut later ll up because o Iho drvnt-5 in Ihe illBlrlct. Be uccUr nl tiupliaili-aliy ihat he had noth iiis; l') Wltli 1'ilang and Co.. l.i'ltilirUU-i' In l-ifU'ts to ui.-l.o-c "I ID lilt1 -Meunui lie n.'iM that. UK. mil mliw arrauB niviits for tlic ci tlie li.v ivluch th'- Mvnnouili'S had afterwa.i UKfii. lie had not heard thai the i-oi i.'j was not iTKift il as the apents were kcr 'ell land to the Mf-umjnUes ami Ih inmmiiUion wuulit cut down the eoi llllSSiOllS. Hi'piyiiii.' to otli'-r the w IK-S Biliuillttl that he hm! us ei'llvliies iu regard to the M.-nuo in w his sup.rior Mr. Hulchkl uoilly a report but he bell d there r, written nwmoralidu vhlc-li c-mild be produced, lut Hat knev; nothing of Iiis arran meiils for a fhare of coinminslon. Ird no copies ot tho letters wrote on the subject of sharing i'i missions because lie tarn ho i a rule of Ihe dcpartine lie might have heeu in Pilling C Uficu at tbe time negotiations w rro for Iho settlement of the Meni lies on the land whicb lliey later liiul ImiiEh'.; in fact on second thought he believed he was In thai office couplo of times hut didn't have any arrangements for a commission nor he even recollect the price uut on Iho land which was iold to the Meunoultes. The Judion Farm The negotiations -with 'ne lira Ol Farltlsh Conaer had been In rcfer- t-iu-o to Ihe proposed sale lo the Men noniles of the Jiidsnn farm abou twentv-flve. miles cnst of Noblcford taly Refuses Acceptance Feb. Italian klegation to the peace conference, according to an official note, has informed the secretary of the con- ferenee that it can rot acttpl the proposal for Ihe arbitration of Italian and Jugo-Slav claims in Dalmatia, as ursed br the Jugo- slavs. Backed bu a reputation IS il IE 'Preclal to lleral'l) CALCARi'. feb. IS.-AIter passim; re.olutlon wbkli li.innc.l their own laner tbe Miners Journal lioni ills- rlct IS ot the United Mine Workers, lie convention here this morninK unanimously j.assed a strong lion reciuesiInK that tlie 30 asked lo remove Ihe l.iill from working literature, It lieinc re- carded as one of the inosl autocratic Xls Ihat was ever i.nflictt-d on workers This resolution, is as tol- "Whereas, thousands of our died in Ihe ureat liGht for aided liy all workers of tbe whereas, the suppression ot working class litcraturi! is one of the most aulocratic acts was ever Inflicted OK Ihe workem. "Itcsolved. tbat this convention go on record as empiiatlcally opposed to such autocracy. Funher that ,we request the eiccutlva ot our Dominion Congreaa to petition ilia zovernnient to remove tan from all such literature; und ba It furthsr resolved, tbat unless the requesl compiled wltll. thut a strike volei te taken of all organized labor In Lati- nda as a lasl means of protecting our inheritance The iwolution whicli condemned them, not al the r'r cf the workers, but as an act of true justice, on tile liart of nation, an 1 this convention iikilgc.- Itpvlf to sup any program or adupt any means necessary, to secure j on TiuirMlay .-tftoriuinn and Haliirday afttn-.oon. Thursaay's ii'.atin.': will be- for ladies only, known as a "foil- Matinee. AT I WONDERFUL PROGRAr.J AT STARLAND TONIGHT I Tie J- land u dm'ljt I .in., of tic In Iho j Mil.-s Mini'T iu ii'll "The Ky. Juii-i Till, .M'l" I'-.'1- funny natii.n-i UKin anv I'Miiiiiti-i., -iuv-. I'-'11'1 o! Knlfir." l''-'- i of Iho v-rl..'.i i-v.'i i, Kir.h Holi.u.1 -oil Ix.un.-l lu "Thi-ro's No I'lj.': l.ik Jail." A st-ri-aiu; If yi'it :i'-l" you will n-irvi-l it. St'arl.nd will Tlirii' On.: will admit t'J SMSETTS rORl iSOFTEHIHQ HAK1NG I HMO KM SOFT SOAP-------.fULL I D1RICTION S WIT H 11 OTTAWA, Feb. Matheu will deliver the oration in French at Sir Wilfrid Laurier's funeral service and Archbishop McNeil, of Toronto, the oration in English. with representatives bj the Mi KNOCKS OUT PAIN THE FJRSTROUND Comforting relief from pain makes Sloan's (he World's Liniment This famous reliever Sii rheumatic soreness, stiffness, nainiul sprains, neuralgic pains, and most cither twinscs humanity tufTcrs from, enjoys its great salci because it practically never lads to brir.jj speedy, comforling rcHel. _ Always ready for use, it takes liltlc to fcndratc itillioitl rullivg and pro- duce results. Clean, refreshing. Maoc in Canada. At all drug stores. A large bottle means economy. the site during the drought the Men- r.omles "shied away. Brought In Thousands The witness took cons creilll lo himse'.f for bringing m: thousands of people to the west dur-, o. Ins tho years, 1311. anil 19H. DON'T COMPLAIN -USE n on Whereas, the per cipita lias been raised to SO cents jer month psr member for this purpose alone, and AT THE COLONIAL. COUNTRY STORE NIGHT AT COLONIAL TONIGHT P.I the liopulur Colonial Theatre will be Country .Store nieiit. when scores of valuable sifis will bj given away. The first iirixe tonight will he an order fur five dollars mi any merchant in the by the (Xllouial ruaiiaECuienl to the lucky winner. Twenty oilier prizes o, Thrift wiil be given away, besides scores of other The big Thrill Sump Campaign will also lie opened al the- Colonial to The show tonight is a dandy. TLw feature iti "T'olhcr Dear a delightful pro'lucliun, v.-lth Louise Huff in the lead. comedies and real music tho Colonial or- chestra ensure a Komi ticie. Carmcl Myers in tbe elarlling pro- duction. "AH XiE'.it." conn's to the I Colonial tomorrow. i nothing like this play Has been lire senteil upon the screen before, and al who have appreciated its brilliancj and the wonderful work of Bar have been eager to sec it. The play will long live In th memories of those who have been to tunate enough to view it. llere is production whicli most accurately de BOIWHOtt C.B. TABLETS Skin Sufferer You will sigh with relict at the fir nafjlc 1ouch ot U.D.D., Inc sootui HUH mm. wash of oils. Many ol our customers parcr was bad. but many tlionBhl_rt tlianfc na for this advice. Yon will loo. be tinWI; Do This Tonight! ff you hafe a Cold: Apply TKERMOUtNEl Iti dry. comforting, raedi- wtr.-n th i your iriieni By morning, your coH will be B Th no haurn in Vyl na, SAILOR'S TRIBUTE Mr Charles Walker, 1st Class Officers' on H M.C.S. writing from HAnyoneywho knows the agonies suffered fr l t rheum will appreciate my gratitude dM me my -BuTwaV recommended and I com- soon felt was re.ny Trv today. We guaranlee II AT THE COLO NIAL TONIGHT vmin uu lo slop it cntlrel) as H was Ihe only way lliey had of keeping in touch willi Hie acllvities on1 Ihe other side. After raging for some time, the discussion ceased, and the amendment of F. Whcalley was put to the delegates, asking 'hat the paper lie slopped comlns inlo dlslnct No. IS. This carried by SI to IS. Tho subslitule as nmeniled was put which railed for a revision of Ihu editorial policy, al Ihe neit International con- fcrence, was carried. A rcsolulion from Illllcrcst lOS.i. asking lhal district officers make, their home .it the headquarters In C3l- was hotly condemned as belnr; very autocratic anil cnlircly out ot keeping wllh tho spirit of the union and was lost therefore when It went to the vole. Arising onl ot llio discussion yes- icr.dny regarding Iho ntlllmle of Ihu minors towards Hie returned soldier, resolution was brought In Ihis monilnB and was unanimously car- rircl by Hie convention, II being m harmony with the discussion. Reinstate "Thai this convention go on reoor-l s demnnilins for tho returned men of Iho and naval forces lhal their membership in onr organUallon be iclil lo lie conlimions and lhal they lie relnslntetl at Ihe same class of auor in and aronnrl the mines where they were employed before enlisllog or liking senico. In the army and navy forces. Also fliat they should be Blvcn of employment where new men arc being employer! "We further rfrommend, reallz 1115 thai the Interest of tho mass o returned men nnil Iho body of organ labor arc Identical Ihat lite ilia Irfcl executive board be empowered to coler Into negollnltona with 111 representatives of Ihe returned sold lera. to consider ways and mean whereby Jtisllcc may be. secured tor LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARY MILES MINTER COUGHS COUGHERiT! "THE EYES OF 'JULIA DEEP" ALSO 'WOLVES OF KULTUR' FIRST EPISODE "HANDS UP" LAST EPISODE, AND A FIRST CLASS COMEDY EMPRESC LAST TIMES TONIGHT. THEDA BARA ---------IN--------- "DU BARRY" TWO G00D COMEDIES-A DREW AND "DIZZY HEIGHTS" AND THURSDAY WILLIAM S. HART in "WOLF LOWRY" QHILOH 30 Wttwr-JTORf COUGHf 30 Wttwr-JTORf COUGHf MtF Ttltf TOR OTLDREH CUNARD ANCHOR ttrtcHdr'Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS From New Feb. 22 .Roy'1 Liverpool From Feb. .Printer Liverpool From 81. 28 From New 1 o .....Pannonla.. Mar. 10 Mir, 18 Mar, 16 ___Sinonla... Mar. 24 Mar. 29 ...Aqultanls.. Purchase. Prepaid TIckcLi not for llelalivcs and Friends to ensur nrompl sailing. For all inforroallon apply lo an ot our Acents, or lo Company' Olllcd, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MAlW ST. WINNIPEQ. GlMgow Liverpool London Llvefpoo Llverpoo Livcriloo Llverpoo Llverpoo WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Arlcraft Pictures Present WM. S. HART In HIS LATEST Piclure "SHARK MONROE" ALSO "Saucy Madeline" Atolhcr of those screamingly tunny Jlack Senuelt Comedies, fealurinE cross-eyed Pen Turpln, Polly Moran and Chas. Lynn. COLONIAL TONIGHT COUNTRY STORE NIGHT Scores of Olds Given Away 1st A Order on any merchant in the clly. SEE THE BIGGEST SHOW IN TOWN AT THE COLONIAL ;