Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1910 DIE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD (Smebt lUe IttnU) that a clll ID out from tills couvea. the mine-, lion lo afore-mentioned mine em workers of Canada strltoouton a new j with r. view to holding a con lino of action tending toward Indus- trial unionism ot all Branches ol labor? Resolutions passed by Hie Dominion Trades and Labor Congress and the Alberta Federation ot l-abor recently liavo been as favoring and fencluraglng industrial uulonism, and each of conventions the nilna workers have received these pro- j....._....... uounceuwnls with enthusiasm, On McHoberts. of.Taber, who Tucddav Ihe convention of Uie district heretofore In the convention V M VV. A. took the lirfcl Eten to- i always had been. C. Peacock, of ward the practical working oul of tills brlrJEC, who fathered such mi Idea on a big scale when a resolu- The resolution from Taher lion was unanimously passed author wllh tho end In framo a isllcy to govern all the mUja work- IB Canada. U tedded to wait and hoar ier word from Kootla, resolution was referred back (he committee. Tile resolution for two anil B hal per cent, beer was Introduced h: MrHoherta. of.TaUer. who ind It cannot all to Warned oil the llcuwr." Delegate Plyne. ot Dawson. ilieka strongly aialnsl the rssolutlon M and Ibat muor In (lie days kid him poor man. dll- evasion was hero adjourned to the afternoon rwoluttous passed today dealt irlth the pataljliphmenl of a hospital at L'oal Spur, hecausf ol Hie >ery In- rlequale. and intolerable stain cf af- alrs that eilsted (tare; also one lha nationalization o( druz rtores and hospitals. Tho resolution that mine- Inspectors be 1 by lie miners and paid by lie ovcrnmsnt was carried, as was the me tbat permits lo tiro -bosses, pit mine and steam engineers tw atollineJ. The special esotulloa from Wayne local. No 552, caused some laughter, and was non-concurred by tho committee he convention supporting tlielr action U read: "YVhneas, that does not represent tlie wUh of tha modern working clfifs; "Be It resolved that this conven tion go on record for (he. dismissal o the MM fakir. Sam Gompers." The miners' convention will well Into) nsit week, it expected, a there are a number of Important ina tire ye', to cose up. The scale con mittee Is still working on the resoln tiora. Councillor Peler Wright ot the Sea- Union, of l.osdon.lEnglaml, will Izlug the, incoming executive to ar- range a conference v.'lllt represenla- No.2. whereas, the present iljndard ereas, e ps beer known two per cenl. Is nit n: the dclosates ,11 morning. in Saturday clvea o! railway workers with a view I or a nutritious beverage. of elfecUng a working csrccment he'- as the workers feel that a'more -Iwecn these two bodies similar to substantial lievcraeo is lic-jltlif.nl and that ot these workers In Britain. injurious: .it the same session Iho District IS f Thcrelore. bo it resolved thai we convention pzssed unanimously H provall upon the Dominion govern- icBolutlon ol greeting to the Amalsa- monl lo allow the manufacture- o mated Mlno Workers of Xuva Scotia, heer containing alcouol (o lac amount definitely expressing tho hope ot a or two anil a halt per cenl. by weight, close union between Ihc eastern anil 1 Against Resolution western bodies of miners in Iho near j Tho resolution committee non-con- future.- 'currcd in this, and Delegate Kd Ksst Tha following resolution was sub- mitted from Hruic Local, No. 1051: Resolved that District IS eel in tlDstv touch with the miners c.' N'ovn Scotia and also British Columbia HbAUIiM. THE AMBASSADOR Announcement was madj today >t Calgary, General Superin- tendent Cameron of the Alberta division eure from tettleri along the line evidently been brought lo bear there ti aim a chance that the company will fulfil lit promise to conatruet the at ear y ai possible after the ending ol the war. HE ENIERED Passes Resolution .Setting Forth His Many Attributes its a Statesman e-d to thi- exaltation of ami j Uo the maintenance iff Hriliwh corinee- jliou. and the greatest ambition ot his' 'life to lemout Into cinr harniou-l ious and united citizenship tbo Iwoj great branches o! the Canadian race I "Alter forty-eight years of public he pasiei away lull of years anil cro.vued with honors, amidst a nit- lion's tears, one i-t tlie most illus- troui men of his ecin-ratlon. The na- tions ol the world will deeply mourn (his parsing, and Canadians will leel j that hij public and private lite 'models vchcse iolluf-nce for Rood will ilcnd to future (Special to IKrala1 EDMONTON-, that the greatest auibliion o ________________......I drink. The increase of n half per cent.] eiplanntioil. st'ool irtler Deer nnd more beer. temblT where Ihc remark Is saIfl to with foam. It was a question of., have Veen made u formal protest, personal privilege, and ha did not seoj SYMPATHY COUGHif .nd COUGHERtf! S ....Jf BAIT Adler-i-ka Agai am "Adler-1-ka is tho only medicine for Eos on the stomach. 1 never had so much relief with any medicine. I tuo would'not lake lor the iiis meal w ashamed ot the resolution. Ninety- nine per cent, of Ihe moral reformers were harlnt their pleasure, but the jrkm were denied their beer, iie d not advocate the bar. Economic System Upon Dslegate Kastlum quoting fi- Eures cf crime illrt'clly traceable to urint McRoberts clnimed that the evil i went lurtliei- back .than that, and laid the trouble at the door ot the eco- nomic lystem -jnder which Ihe worker had to live. Delesale Susnar backed up in this and claimed tb PARIS, Feb. The bullet which wounded Premier Clemen- ceau penetrated his lungs, it was revealed by the ollicial statement issued shortly after noon today. The original statement readi: hemorrhage occur- red at 1 o'clock yesterday demon. itrated that the bullet penetrated the An X-roy examination diiclosed the preciM location of the bullet. "The general condition is sat- iifsclory. Temperature 98.4; puite 72. The nourishment is norm- (Signed) "Gomel, Tufier, Laub- rey, Combe." The announcement made in the official hullelin caused some anxietr in Ihe immediate entourage ot the premier and the news that his comli- ous and cultured intellect will! mafi nical ami ferviil rtonucncc po5 Isessirs Ih; highest gift of iwltli prophetic vision. Wilfrid Laar-] I (f-r speedily In-camc onr- of the most conspicuous and commanding figures in ihe house of commons at a time whc-n it many ol (in- lath- rrs of confederation ;md an unusually Itrge numher ot other mm of notable tafrm. and espc-riencc-. From the Urn he displayed hteh parliamentary gills, anil w.is'throughout his whole career a typical ot all tbat was jest in lirltifh statesmanship. "For fifieeii years, ho .'.vas premier of Canada anil was sponsor lor tho nations expanding life anil develop- ment ot the opening of the century hicii he claimed would be Canada r. century. He led the statesmen of the Overseas Dominions m the councils of the Empire during his visits lo Diamond Jubilee and the imperial con- ferences. Like Ihc fathers of tbe con- federation, he was passionately devot- oui jugdment and decided in fav- or ol Mr Hnallm. The four sit- I) mag- on liw appeal were unanimous id po5- allowinB the appeal. Warmth! WARMTH iii ,hlt-i QENS li ftetcy. y00 c ffoti Lumbaco. Clufcd po pariF, causing Ing the attempt of ihe assassin. A I Itlu tifli ivHiDo. premier ann me mat mo William S. Hart Is Ihe big-hearted tion was more serious than at first re- ranchman "Wolf Lowry" a sriin. si- ported ciuickly lent man. quick on the'trigger, ter- rlble in his wrath, until he meela the Then the EottcninE influence be- gins to alfccl his lite. A Ihrillins story of blooded men and -women. Tonight at the Kmpress. Youth rind beauty triumph over sham and suspicion in "Tho Kingdom jASTHMA 1 ftEUEVED HP m lliis ana cmmicu LUBI- if the worker could ceats to worry of -Vouth." Madge Kftine. y intense- II VUB ____I riftlriWVn I'iC would nol lake for the ncit meal was coming irom one botllo ol gaTe me. 11 or his next Job cannot get done recommahrllng H-" drinking evil would disappenr ol ils (Klgnerl) H. L-. Hicks. Ashley, 111. I Aillor-i-ka expels ALL. gaB and sour- ness, slopping stomach distress IX- STASTbV. Empties BOTH upper am! lower bowel, flushing. KNTU1B all- mentary canal. Removes ALL- foul matter which poisons system. Often CUKES constipation. Prevents ap- pendicitis. We have sold Adier-i-ka many years. U is a rmxturo ol buck- thorn, cascara, glycerine nnd nine- oth- er simple D. Higlnholham I Co., Ltd., [drinking own accord. 'The system under which we live is'tbe ot all the evils, To Cure a Cold in a lew hours take DOMINION C. B. Q. TtbleU (in the red bo.) 2S coming froni'ly tiirilllas anil modern Uoldwyn Pic- lure, which comes to the Empress Theatre, tomorrow. The charming star has a role particularly suited to her remarkable comedy and dramatic talf.ite. The picture tells the story ot a truly loving couple, torn with sus- picion hy jealousy; of a echeming middle-aged woman, who seeks lo win the love ot a inan halt her age, and who is later clposed in all her talslly by the beautiful young woman she haa to separfile from her husband. expres- sion of sympathy. The iiremler, hoverec, bore up re- markably well durlDE tbe morning, re- lusinK to return to and re- ceiving numerous callers, among whom was Ihc American ambassador. The ambassador tolil tlie Press that he found M.' Clemenceau r, the best dJ snlrils, displaying won- derful courage and cheerfulness. MOM iflSTHMADOR m LAST TIMES TONIOHT WM. S. HART IN "SHARK AND "Saucy Madeline" A Two-RWl of Fun OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTt Olticial Pictures ol the Surrena- er of (he Hun -N'avy. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARGUERITE CLARK IN PRUNELLA" AND A TWO.REEL COMEDY THE HAND 1 VENGEANCE AT THE COLO TONIGHT ONLY 'MARGUERITE CLARK. AT THE MAJESTIC. BARNUM MAKES BIG HIT-AT MAJESTIC LONDON, Lloyd George, it is understood made new proposals lo Ihe miner's federation at a conference with a view to prevent- "in my seven experience as [ng a sirike which .would be like y to manager ot the Jlajestic Theatre here jnvoive railwsymcn nml trausiiort I havo never lieard our patrons laugh workers as wJli HS the miners. Robert so loudly, so heartily or so Insistently Sm Ilie. the Icader'of the miners, sa d a> they did Inst night miring Bar- lhal Ihe eiccullve committee wouM performance. There were threo imr.eiifnely consider the iadlea in tho audience last nljht win) ment's otter, but sny reconl'rennatlw went Into hysterics In fncV wh'ch the committee might one ladv langherl so much she had would have be subniiltal fu (o leare the thc-atra for about half of the conference. H hour. 1 want to say right now the executive jhould de- lUattncly recommend Bar- to our p Irons Brown summed up liarnum's ance of evening to Ihe Herald man todav. Barnum. king o! turmiakere, will lie at tho Majestic all Hits woek. '.'Fit- ning pojformances will start at Tonlgnt's cxlraordlnarj- feature will be Ihe awakening of Ihe subject who been In a hypnotic sleep all day lints of Ih? minors are to hy a large majority, will al least CALOAFY. Feb. Alberta The History of Gin as a Curative Agent Before Gia Pills were availably gin to be' the popular remedy for backache, palaa in Ibe frroiut, awelliEg of the and lumbago, azlatiei and other trooblec ariain; fiom deraojjd kidney action; but. Oin Pills were on the mar- ket containing- tae curative ol the alcohol, people rtal- that the beneits of old rem- eSy were purely temporary and that prrmueat noon be only by the new. lie success of Gin P'illi is bett lastunooiil to the vilaa ef this nedi- clrn, but for who 'prefer direct we havo hnudrtda ol letters on from people who owe tkeir return lo health entinlT to tak- The luattioa of tie kidntji remove the impurities and poisoni jilhertd by the blood. the kid. fail lo act, reuiaui in tbe blood stream, and are circulated Ikioogh lha system until tier settle in muscles and joint! ana there np infection. Voo can readily then, ic8 danger of allowing kid- n-rs to hetome and kow im- portant it is to keep them In always. Ca not let rour kidneys from bad to worse. At the first-sifa of trouble, fa to your nearest dealer buy Gin a b-jx. Or if yon preftr, a free sample of Oin Fills will be mallei! upon reanul te tie National Drug t Chemical ol Canada, Limited, Toronto. II. dean iSouU write lac., EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIME THE INCOMPARABLE Wm. S. HART IN HIS RftEATEST SUCCESS "WOLF FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I Beautiful Madge Kennedy in "THE KINGDOM OF YOUTH" This young performer will b. remembereil by lor her ciceliant work In "A Perfect Lady." MONDAY AND TUESDAY "Moral Suicide" OR "THE SLAVING OF A This plclwe is on par with Oopds." COLONIAL I hx been In a hypnotic sleep all day CALOAFY. Fen. .nooioi wm. In the llsdley Drug Co. window. Ueioranu Ixrfeo, I, O. O. P., opened its Main St., BnS.b. t- irteenth annum! seitlori yesleruj _.._ bs awakened on the stage to- ._ M at 8.45. AT THR CWON1AL. 'HAND OF VENGEANCE" AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Tonight will tic another oie night, at the, Colonial Theatre. The a.lded Jllracllou will be the latest episode of the amazlns serial of myslery, "Tho Hand ot Vengeance." This serial Is heing closely followed by a largo porcenlajc o( Colonial patrons, afirl Is getting more Interesting each week. U U regular feature at the Colonial Theatre every Thursday nlghl. Other on (lie bill to- nlsht will the beautiful Wneblrd feature, "All Nlghl." with tkllghtdil CJrmel Jiycra in Ihe lead. Ample comedy will rounrj out the bill, wllh tho Colonial Concert compuiiment. The Colonial mnnngemenl de- Hghlc-il lo announce thai tho newett episode ot Iho favorite aerial, "The of the Circtu." has at last ar- rived, tl arrived 'this morning and will tlie Co- fonrteenth annual seislon yesterday morning 5 o'clock, whh Grand Mas- I er A.. A.tully in the j The Grand Encampment of Alberta opened on Tuesday morning with an addresi of welcome by Grand UlRh i Priest Patriarch .1. J. B. Uttle. Csl jarr, who WHS replied to by Grand Patriarch n, H. Morden. ot Lethbrldge. The officers selecled tor tho corn- lerm arc as follows: Grand Patri- arch, J, J. Calgary: Grunrl High Priesl. Henry >McDonalrl, Edmon- ion; O. 9. W.. J. R. Adtht'id, Slralh i 6. i. TO. J. Masser. Calpiry; O. S., J. Adanu, Treas., 0. Henderson, CONFCRENCE PARIS, Fet, Is yel no definite announcement concerning .plans lor the proposed confermco with Human leaden Prlnce't Ulandi. are thai either lhal or some oiJi- er form of eonfereoce will the lorn ROMlan cilber In dlrldnally m- collecllTetr, will he ranged by the jwwere. AT STARLANp FRtOAY AND SATUROAY. will poaHlvely unpwn ai mo AH the Russian readers In Paris ire lonlal on Friday anil Saturday .tils now uppfrenlly agreed Ibat it fi Im week, with a hlx special on poMlnle lo nblaln tor pllilary Inlcrvenllom, C U N A R D _ ANCHOR AricUor'Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS From Feb. a ..Prlnwt Julia.. Liverpool From New York- Mar. I ...Aqullanin... Liverpool Mir. 6.....Pjnnonla..... London 10 .Liverpool From Mir. 11 From New 1J ....Ordunn.... Liverpool Mir. ....SaM-ila.... Liverpwl Mar. 24 ..Carmanla... Liverpool Mar. ...Aquttanli... LivirpM PnrCBMe Prepaid Tickets now tor RelallTM Friends lo ensure prompt-fjillcj. For all latormatlon spr'T lo >riy of our AgenU, or to Company' SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MAIN ST. WiNNIPEO. "THE LUHE OF THE CIRCUS'' TONIGHT ONLY It Tonight Only Also Great Feature Bill "ALL NIGHT" WITH CARMEL 5-Act Dlueblrd Feataro "TOO BAD" Screaming Comedy wlik LYONS AND MORAN Colonial Concert Orchestra Every FRIDAY-SATURDAY ITS HERE NOW WAITING FOR FRIDAY; THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS And a Ktwrd All A complete Srnopii. ot til tta of Circm" will be trrem, Ihat 'putroos on this tWs and follow the rifM Ihrosjli.