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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE iKnrriai 10 itie iii-r.iiji lime the telegram is sent, requiring C'AI.O.VItY. Feb. following immediate jeply so that the conven- resolution was unanimously passed lu have tho opportunity to tits the convention of the United action thereon while still in session." Workers Ihla morning, ai-lslog out of, Though this resolution was passed the discussion on this subject last Wnhout f. dissenting voice, some of evening: the delegates were under tho impres "Whereas, Defective whom that this was tho form iu ivhli-h wo believe lo be uf Oerman nation- __ would be sent to the minister. Dele- ntlty. anil Superintendent Feline- j_a_o expressed the opinion father. d.' Lethbridge have' on uumer- ___al t ju not want to convey tliu ous far exceeded tiieir an- they wore holding out the thorily Ihrjugli the Illegal and unwar- _.___._, or walled over the- ranted persecutions of members of government. Delegate Lcavitt it cur organization, tho District .IS of gave the impression of a kid of two XI. ot A..liy arrtsilns them and years Um'ileniBg-a man and saylne bringing them heforo magistrates at knock lite head off. Dele olher towns than three wherein they explained that the tele reside, and where there uro mafils- Braul be drawn up along tie iralcs located, nulling them to mucli pirated In the resolution, which unnecessary and incouvcn- ,vouu aniuly and in no uncertain way ionce. also breaking into and search- tom-cy the meaning of Hie convention The president and secretary were ap- pointed to draw up the telegrams lo IK it to the ministers of Justice anc liberty. I.oud cheers greeted theeo nd the fUseuGsIon eirKd the evolution carried. Hot Protest Tho motion to exclude the press the convention went into cxecu- TO committee to discuss the wago did uoi without protest, Jelfgate Sueuar guinat it. "Let the press give what eports they he contended. The convention was not ashamed of nything that had been faSil w> far. nd if remarks would bo made that jvOLjld not be palatable to thorc about whom were'made, what did it Delegate II. Beanl did not with Susnar. He claimed that it Ins their homes lu their absence for banned literature, etc.; "Therefore he It resolved that ivc ______ __ _____............. _. _ wire the minister of Justice, Mr. C. .abor and to the trades and lalw J. Doherty, demanding their inftanl iIlsntlssLil from the force; al-jo that we ili-irnmd the removal ot the conimls Bian of the magistrate for collusion tn Ilia', conspiracy to asking them to take souaj uttion in the matter. A General stnxe Delegate Alex. Susnar then intro itno Girl" and the three "HaV pic- tures, hnd iiovr "I'runtUa." which ivili lie tho feuiure at Siarland tonight aad tomorrow, AT THE COLONIAL......------ LURE OF THE CIRCUS" comedy AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT I lias arrange'! for Ihe appearance at the Majestic tlu-aue of f.vo exception- ally liov attrncUoni. will be seen here early it) March. The first will be (lie Oliver Mor- oaco production ol tho splsii'lid mus- Urn- Letly." This BAHNUM AT MAJESTIC DRAWS BIG CROWDS Au audiecce that filled the main floor of the Majestic theatre to capac- ity last evening thoroughly enjoyed. the porfoimance staged by Barnum the Hypnotist. tn tin' conspiracy to harrass Delegate Ales. Susnar then mtro- carnc.1 asi.i.is ii.v.- Jnd Job our men also that the duced a resolution which caused some nto closer touch farmers' V-A 11 Ir-n i i n n a special week for next vreekVrticre wtil be "someihing do- itij." every uight in the week, an-l theatre goers will do ivell to watch for Saturday's her NERVES ALL ON TENSION? A mother in the home, or a man or woman at busi- ness, with nerves undone and the system generally feeling the strain, should find wonderful help in and roour memers, aso uce evidence in llieso cases lie forwarded considerable discupsion before it was to ttic HOIK C. J. Doherty al the same GW.V1 Concert COLONIAL THEATRE SUNDAY Kext At Under Direction of Corporal J. E. Thompson Uovs under fifteen arc kind- ly asked to allow all latltes to secure seats before they secure them. Silrer Collection Doors 8.45 Concert at 9.00 jiassccl, arisinK out of llio fact that the couventton was fliortly going into executive hessipii lo the vrage ecaie. Tho resolution read: "I move tliat the resolution from Micliel local on frco speech, prWs anil lileraturft anil political prisoners that was adopted hy this convention lurncd over to tlie district officers to t-jko to the western conference and try to hring all out l general strike, ;jiot only in tho west but throughout j Canada as a whole, unless those or- ilers-in-coimcil are removed, under which wo have suffered EO long." Delesato Hces warned the conven- tion of passing tills. "What Is use ot negotiating with tlio operators you are. talking about general ne asked. Ttii3 Drought Sue nar to Ills feel with a torrent of elo- quence. He said he never liearci such contradictory talk In. his life. ''Only yesterday I -MS telling them that tho situation was rapiilly approaching i point wliere troithle might easily arise, and now he is against this reso- lution. What lias llm to do wllh mak- ing contracts? If your liberties nre I taken away, -n'hat does a contract mat- i Lelhbricige Support Delegate McN'ah, of IxilhbridBC, 'strongly supported Susnnr.ln his re- marks. All negotiations were as naught with their liberty. "Some of us nave lout heavily in Ihe war, and I Tvould be a moral coward If I did not demand a share of jauhaiions, so that euch might have a common cnil in vlc-w. Frank Wheat- ey also oxtcniled an invilation to armers' reprticntatives to attend the western conference to he held in Cal- g personality. gary on March 13. AT STAULANU. Tho dainty Marguerite ecrten debut to a siuniiln; herself in "Prunella." which came to the attention of Aiinliiii pre.-- iilent of ihe Famous Plityers-Iyasky Corporation. He went straightaway to tile play, nncl, liaving setn, came again and again. Kach time h'.' stiiilicil the little nioro mere care.ully and mcro and mire1 Enipressed witli beamy and AT THE MAJESTIC. Manager Brown of the Majostic theatro slated tills niornins that he EMULSION Powerful sedatives or strong medicines are habit- forming arid dangerous. The logical help is a form of nourishment abundant in tonic properties. Scott's brings strength to the body, through nourish- ment that is. felt in every part. If inclined to be nenions, the logical answer Enmbiem. The outcome was that Flic was gaged to play for Ibe screen, and since that time IIAS never back lo the It'gUimate stage, i g appeared 'In many Paramount j piflys. In which she has scored i lilts holli in Ihls country and Some of them are: "The Goose filrl." "Gretr.a 'The J'rotty Sisttr of "Still Waier.i." 'The Prlnco and the "Mice "Molly Make Helieve'." "Siifcs nnd "Little "Thcs fortunes of "The Amazons." "The Valcm- help to strcngthsn UKI digestion, stimulate the liver, regelate the bowels and. improve the health by working with nature. rracy for which those boys fought. God, 1 tare bavfl son louftiu. uj -r-- over there, ami today he lits cjtl Vlmy I.OXDOX. Feb. ilij-ess dispatch from Reut-'i, er's learns the, fol.owing conc2rning the Russian fronts: In nortneru llussia, the position at i Marmansk and Archangel is unchang. ed. It Is reported that Ihe llolsheviki are massinj? troops here. Their numbers have moVo than doubled since the beginning of the year. There are no signs ot an ambit- ious offensive at the present moment. On the cast front, the .Siberian army is extending its right wing northr from Tcherrtin lo Uslneinskoi, vriiere tbore lias fighting. A Slheiiaii further south, is continuing, satisfactorily. On the soulheni front, Gen. Deni- feinc's volunteer arniy gained a brill- iant success. On a front of nearly 300 miles between Muroish and tho Can- ______ casus mountains, the Bolsheviki have liidge We have been long lime conlpletcly defeated ami driven over this, and It is time we showed .00 miles. Tho IHh Soviet we We shall fail to pro- [1Tmy lost all its transports; 31.000 duce. the'goods It they fail to give: prisoners, 1E2 machine suns. eight armorea trains and four hospital I Iraltis.'Tiie whole crowd of Starro> pol province is aav cleared ot Ihc Bolsheviki, who are holding their front Ihelr left "flank resting on Hie 'Caspian. Gen. Dcnikino has also occupied val- uable oil wells at Grosny and is in louch with Ihe edvance guard ot Gen. Thomson's force at Pelrovsk. The'defeated fiolshevikl are in the most uncomfortable position by reason of bad communications and most im- portant successes, by the volunteer i army are STRIKES SPREADING F A meeting of the Veterans in- terested in Football ami other sports will bo held ia the TONIGHT I TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT DAINTY MARGUERITE CLARK' In a Piclurization of Het_Greal Stage Success "PRUNELLA" ALSO "NUTS AND NOODLES" Two Reel IrKO Comedy G. W. V. A. MEETING A General Meeting of the G.W.V.A. Lethbridge Branch WILL BE HELD Sunday Next At 3 o'clock BuifiWM of Vital Importance be Every nun who has worn a uniform of the allied armlet to preterit. BERLIN, Feb. strike in the Ruhr industrial region Is .Kill ipreading, but U appears to be Increailnjly evident that a imall minority of the stokers are in sympathy wrth the Spar- tacans j.nii that the majority of them would go if they were permitted to do