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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'TUESDAY, FKBEU.VI.UY LKTWimiMii-: DAILY PAGE FIVE OTT-VWl Feb. was ienco and (or tlio past which paid In the houso ol this cllnedhim to Bu4douor vtoltut afternoon to the memory ot the late Sir Wilfrid Laurler. Sir Thwais M'klte, tho acting premier, said the death of Sir Wilfrid tad remorcd a most distinguished and iierso'uu.lly Irom the stage of public life. and a steadying tn-lutnce In the df'.MTuinaUou ot his poli- D. D. MacKenzfe, replying on be- half of thu opposition, said lhat, speak- ing for tho Liberals and also for the "Daring his long said Sir Thomas, "he had been identified with tho great political controversies the perloJ oi Confederation. Hta lias carried far beyond the boun- daries of Canada, and in Britain and Franco and the United SlfAes. as welt as Iir other countries, the name ot Kir Wilfrid has Jong been kaowii. respected anil admired as one of t tie outstanding statesmen of "WUh such a career, with such titles dlAtinctfon. we of ihis liouse may look upon this occasion with pro- fit to ourrolrce. ami in appreciation 'of him examine as to the nature trf tho Ijolitlcal-principles to which he subscribed, hla characteristics as a statesman, tho personal qualities and attributes of the man himself and the of the great power and influence which he exercised ivithln and without the halls of parliament. High Ideals Sir Thomas said the priuelpfes guided felr Wilfrid's political actions were his strong attachment und devotion to tho freedom nnd lilieriy, jiereoiial, civil and reli- gious. He believed in freedom of opin- ion, frco freedom of con- science. "From this starting point ol attach- said Sir Thomas, "lie uras led greatly to admire the British polili- and the security and unteee for the liberty vhich it era- and affords. He ivas a great tonsiftutlonaltst, an ardent upholder of principles of free government, with all it Involves. Ho regardful of tbc rights of minorities upon alt ques- tions, lie was he 11 ever in demo- cracy, but there was always in htm a moderating influx ence, a pregmaUcal respect for expcr- WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM any nun will tell you that Sloan's Liniraenl i relief personal friewfe of tho dead, states- man, he wished first to thank Sir Thomas White for the magnificent tribute juel accorded the memory of Sir Wilfrid I-aurler, That tribute had teeu, he wid. so complete that he felt t her was little to! be added, Standing by tbo chair ot the dead Mr. MkcKenzle that he fell that It could never tic fitted again. The leadership of the Liberal parly KouW he- filled, but the preaent could not produce a man who was capable e! the pUco which Sir Wilfrid's death had left vacant. His pat-sing had a vacancy net on 15 In ihe party anil Ihe house chamber, >ut 1n tho hearts ot ihe people rom coast to coast. He -was smy, eMd Mr. MacKcn- .19, the Only of paying tribute the memory of Guph a nations' ;guro should not have fallen upon nore capable shoulders Uiati tiis own. Ho couM not help thinking, he said the beautiful way in which the departed leader had been wont lo speak on occasions somewhat similar to thts, and it made him long "for touch of a vanished hand afci e sound of a rolcc that is still." The v.ork which Sir Wilfrid L-aurla had accomplished in securing for Can her proper place under the fold: of the British was, eald the spoker, pr prime importance. At Uie jubilee, the coronation o King Edward and other great occa atom, hia presence had ot thi uLmoU value in establishing firmly the position of Ihe Dominion Sir Wilfrid Laurier, said Mr. Mac Kenzie, vras a democrat to the hUi Hon. Rotlolphc Lertiieux followed. Kor a long time Sir Wilfrid hai been preparing himself for the pass- Ing from life Into death. It WJF, he thought, without bitterness and a smile on his lips that the old tighter went to his grave. Sir Wilfrids sentiments were es- sentially Canadian. He loved France, which had given him lite; Britain, which had given him liberty, but first place in his heart WBC always for Canada. He was above all thlngS pro- foundly Canadian. tets TM CAMMHAM SALT co, UMITCO Mr. Boyle lhat thss Dominion aulhur- Llies controlled immigration Weir de cltred: "Its not a question of control ot im- but of exercised energy to get these people After a warm argument between Mr. Evring and Mr. Boyle tho committee decided to summon the following list o( i most, of them real row aad Thursday. U .was quite a tnsk, loo, because there >vaB no cue around the studio to lend aid beyond tbc SUK- Bcstloii tliat Standlnavians, lately Amcrlcantzeit, say "ban" (or Fortunately "IHtLo Mary" did not bive lo up the Swedish gait throughout the but "liau" re- ceive d vretly harsli trcal uicaI wbilo it was in cvideuce. In her uow photoplay Miss Plckford assumes the guise ot a Swedish cook in crdc-r to hide the beauty nhich barred her Irooi llie position wliU-h stood between her and actual want. It is a pleasant story OellghtfuUy told by an t-xcelleut coin- biaaiioa of actress, sceuarlcirist aucl' director. Tlio support Is except ton lv fine, her viz-aviz being C'asson uson. a talented leading man. Tonight is tho tirst night oT Star- land's Thrift campaign. estate agenls >vho had dealings with Daly: B. G. Conner, Calgary; M. L. j, Calgary; K. E. Taylor, Cal garv; J. U Gib'tnn, Calgary, and Paul J. Wiff, llockyrord, the last being one of tho Menno.iite leaders. said that ihe MetmouUes palil ihPir own expenses, that he had iis'own out of travelling expense: by the province. interesting passage iiccnrre'1 j when the witness -was questioned as to whether ho ever had been catted lo book by the department ol ngrloul- lure lor having tried to collect com- issions. In an interview In a Cal-' Eary newspaper last week, E. E. Taylor made the assertion lhat be had telegraphed to the department asking if Daly authorized to collect com- missions, that some one renresentius himself as a secretary in the depart- ment bad called him, Taylor, upon the long distance telephone and ask- ed him Jf Daly had been trying to col- lect commissions, hut lhat he, Taylor, could get no satisfaction from this perscD as lo what would he done In the matter. WAS the question of your; gelUiis commissions or negotiating for com missions ever taken up with you by the mfniater of Mr. V.H'K asked .Daly. 'Xo Sir" "Did the deputy minister ask you about "No Sir, not that 1 re- Iilieil (he witness. Daly however, then went on to say PUN 10 MNFIEEI Feb. The Dally Chronicle reports In a Paris dispatch that the suggestion that the German fleet by sunk in the Atlantic has aroused a storm of criticism 111 the French press. The French thSnk their government has a particular rlfihi to a number these vessels by, way of iu every ten is a sure winner, compensation for tbeir naval losses. Major David chairman of the league ot nations union, according to the Chronicle dispatch, suggests that the German fleet should be hand- cd over lo the league of nations tne nucleus of an International police force could be relied upon to enfurev decisions, of (lie league. Major Llavics adds that proposals were recently made to abolish the submarine as a. weapon of naval war- fare. If league of nations had a sufficient number of submarines at its disposal anfl maintained a monopoly in the manufacture of this weapon that was the only sure and effective means of securing its abandonment by in- dividual nations Tho disposition of the German navy offers opportunities of making the of nations a reality and endow- ing it partially with the means of ex- ercising its authority and maintaining law against aggression and violence. Tor practically every nwii has used it .who has suffered rheumatic aches, soreness 01 muKlcs, stiffness oi joints, the results of wither fit- posure. Women, too, by the hundreds of thousands, use it for relieving neur- itis, lame backs, sick hud- nche. Clean, refreshing, soothing, economical, quickly effective. Say "Sloan's to your druggist. Made in Canidx Gel it today. Sloan's Ls Pain Me, 60c, and H-20 (Continued from ftcmt Page) Diseased Skin Krcedora at once from Uio agonj- ot sWi. tllsease. The soothing wash of nllg." Try U- B- it's J..a Hfglnbolham Co., Ltd., Advertlacmenl. Mother.! ffhfafc tongw of your to HtUe Kiddies w.H eat and tm'ile, mnn do with Vife. fCanfal notten o'rr the laoi iWat UMM Olfy nU croJj- Mil lor Jtey tray or or Cwcirtff. jMT Ifck cmAy wWci ciwatrs ikeir M witkimi 10 W Soi of for GOTO vaA y Feb. 24. (Associated Conservative press la- ments the passing of the old imperial army, which will become a thing oE the past when tho assembly, perhaps this wtck, adopts tho na- tional defense measure. Tliis bill vides for the organization of a nation" al guard which will be comprised' oE a brigade from each former army corps. Conscription will be aban- doned, according to terms of the bill, and voluntary recruiting Tvill be Moral at the Enaiiress Theatre tonight, is a photo dramacfcj triumph wkh a vitally interesting; story based upon an important problem fn vliich tho absorbing de- tails are unfolded iu a most graphic manner by John .Mason and a itrong The story is about Richard Coving- ton. an aged millionaire, stockbroker and sccial leader of San Francisco. He is devnted lo his motherless daughter, Beatrice. H pretty girl of twenty, and to -SYavcrly, his twenty- two-year-old son. Into the life of contentment at the Covington home enters Fay Hope, a York adventuress, usiug all the witchery of her sensuous beauty and every alluring art cf which she is mistress. Fay plays upon the heart .trings of the aged millionaire. Friends vani Covington that Kay is seeking UP money, but he is captivated and does not heed oven the declaration of lis daughter that marriage to such a woman means moral suicide. The -wedding takes place. Fay at once begins 1o connive lo get the Covlngtoir wealth, and realizes thr.t the presence of Beatrice is a serious stumbling block. She places Beatrice in such n position that Covington, be- lieving she is attempting to mar hii happiness, orders the daughter from his home. Association with a-ivoman of Fay's type begins fo nnilerrnmc Covinglon. His moral sense deteriorates; life-long True Economy --------In Groceries-------- IS IN THE BUYING OF SUCH HIGH GRADE GOODS AS THE FOLLOWING, AT THtiSE LOW PRICES. H. P. Sauce, bottle Corn Flakes, Dominion, per pkt................ Campbell's Soups, as- surted, 2 for Hutter, per tin Poars, choice ed, 5 lb. pkt.......... for 29c 12c 35c 30c 1.30 Cream oC per pkt................... OW Dutcil Cleauaer. Un............... Reaos, SDiall, 2 Ibs................. Sanlisht Soip, 7 bars Coffee, Kibboii, 1 Ib. LoganVerrtes, evaporated S oz. pkt............... Vermicello, Catelll. 12 or. pkt., 2 for............. 50c Lilac Rose Toilet Soap, per cake AmiiioiJa. per lottle.................. Hght, strinj, each 25c lOc 25c 52c lOc lOc 70c Mail Orders for these will rtceive tr-.e lamt as if they were customers at the counter. "PHONE 313' PROMPT DELIVERY lh.7 he hrt Mr. conduotad centraM.urcau. llotchkiss and Hotchkiss had said he had ioformalion that Daly was "as- sisting in making sales." "From thai time forward I had noth- ing to do with said the ivilness. He went on to say that the question was put to him by Hotcbkiss, "Wers asking owners of lands for commissions." "I said "that I was- n't because t wasn't dealing with the owners. 1 it in that, way." "Have von boon answering my tines, lions in-that asked Mr. Swing, now on tho thealrcwiiladoptauniqu "Xo Sir" answcreS the witness. method ot giving thrift slamps to Ihe In reply to questions from Mr.l public. On Tuesday, Wednesday, Boylo, Daly said that he knew he was Thursday and Friday ot each week rot treating'Hotchkiss fairly in mak- tho adult person getting a ticket end iiig tliat l inrl of a reply, (hat ha re- log in a cipher.will get thrift stamp alizcrt :.s iic bad told the committee With the ticket number ending in two tho other il.iy that he was doing some-: iwo stamps will lie. given, and Starland tncatre has been (he latest to fall into line In Uie thrift stamp campaign. Commencing today, from cessful musical comedy "So Lous act dramatic sensation "To Him Letty." The play holds the unusual That Hath." Excellent distinction of being a musical Flay with a decidcJly plot. .Mr. Jlorosco has surrounded Miss wood with a company of hrilliaut edd an amusing touch to the hlU. N'ornia Talmadge comes to tha Colonial .on Friday ud Saturdir in. ffreat success "C'hlidreu la tha players. Willi the reputallon Mr. .Mor-: House." Thuradly nitht will be immt- osco ias of producing nothing hut tho l cur night at the Colmtal. btst, a good evening's entertainment is assured. AT THE COLONIAL. COUNTRY STORE NIGHT AT COLONIAL TONIGHT It is going to be worth everybody's walk down to Ibe Colonial theatre for tonight will be Country Store X'ight. The first prize toniglit will be an order for a ton of that Cold I she only married Iiira for his money. Scores o[ otncr gifts will be Hla irresponsible sou commits murder, the result of the influence of Fay and Travcre, and although Cov- ington spends tho remainder of tits fortune in his efforts to save son, the young man Is convicted. his given away. A dandy photoplay program Is lined up for tonight, with the headliner he- ing Montague Love in the powerful military service. The witness told le committee that tte had Informed 10 Mennonttcs lbat_ so far a3 his udiment was concerned the cenifi- ates were sll rlfhl. Tho hearing of the committee norntng was 'replete with evideacf lat verier! on the sensational, an evl- thing that was not right. lue ticket number having Uiree 'Did yon get any instructions from' ers st the eml will draw three stamps. Mr. HotchWss to "leave the Mention- j This applies only to adult admissions, lies asked Ihe Attorney Gen-' cral. "Yes." repicd Mr. Daly, "that was June. He told mo I bad better let the matter drop.1'; Jlr. Weir wanted know why AT THE MAJESTIC. F. Stuart-Wbyte's slorious spectacle of in English pantomime form, will be Die offering at the Jia- lestic for one night's return engage- rnent. Tuesday, March Tha story of tbis poor little prin- cess, ,who finds her Princo Charming thru the kindly aid ot her fairy god- mother, has always been popular with readers and play-goers of all ages, and "Cinderella" in musical form should proro vastly entertaining fn all who love light, tuneful and charming comedy and possess an eye for beauty, both scenic and feminine. ASTHH INSTANTLY BELIEVED WITH flSTHMADOR twucusr 1 ARTCRAFT STAR A SWEDISH COOK IN "HOW COULD YOU, Acquiring a Swedish what is commonly regarded as such- ,ent ot agriculture with Daly's question of commissions that bad ties in showing Mennonite settlers j been raised was In connection with- round lha province. The n in mlninler" ol pttbHc. works. We have a of Oerman In Manitoba are no txtter lettlets on rarth Tliey am and peace-loving T pornclimes say to peoplt wben they the matter! 'Jam leiT4 Ihe word 'Gennin' oat tor a while." Commenting on this Weir reniarfcet that M Hid not ihtnk any party hail a Mil ot health In regard to wlnt'ilie premier oj Man naliT moarked to Uie wlliKj.i "BrMently lie Diiiki (ke same at yta aboot their lennonltes. JO BE MOPED Ireland To Be Treated on Equal- ity Regarding Re- construction DUBLIN, Feb. Ihlet McPberson. receiving deputation of Irish, municipalities, dealt with the questions of recon- struction, housing and health. He said hat the government had given >n in- terim grant of lo nro'Thle for the .not relief; work for dcmohillzeil soldiers and war workers, hut that (lie scheme was merely provisional. Tlio government was considering lo utilize the new Rritlsh ministry of health hill so lo Ireland with regard [o land settlement, the secretary it was Intended lo Ireat Ireland on an equality with the of tho' United Kingdom on such tines- lions aa reclamation, drainage, transit, t afforestation and de- velopment of great natural resources. H was Important, ho said, to secure lot 11 administration ot the utilities and the government decided to ex- tend the principle of proportional rep- resentation lo all loeal elections lhat the opinions of localities could be accurately represented. ADJOURN STRIKE VOTE LONDON', fen. triple al- lisnce of miners, and transport at a meeting held today decided that, "in view serious position a strike would neces- to adjourn inttl date' prior lo March 19, Ihe diy, upon which the Don't Forget Good Demonstration Tomorrow Night, Wed., February 26th At 800 3-m. In the Salratmi Amy CitaM One of the progmmmes eoncistlng of tableaux, recitations. Life boat service will be given the local scouts and guards. Chairman: Rev. Mr, Curtia Tickets: Adults 2Cc; Children lot, can he purchased from .Miss Clam Clapftatn, guarrl leader; Bro. Frayn, scout leader. Visiting scouts from' several ot the churches will be in at- tendance. Proceeds in aid of Scoots and Guards. Al Uie Maje'stic theatre on Monday and Tuesday, March 10th and llth, Oliver Morosco .will present CharlotM, Greenwood in the sensationally sue- COUGHERiT! SHiLo XfXtOKT-fWFfCff TBU lo ohjwtton from Hon. miners' strike notice' empires. CUNARO RNCHOR AricHor Oonatdson PROPOSED SAILINGS kTar, 6 ...Aqultanli.., Mar, 10 ____ Carenla.... St. John Mar. 11 ..-CaMtndra.. from New York- Mar, 18 Mar. .18 Mar, 24 ...Carmanla. a Liverpool Liverpool GlJijow Liverpool Liverpool iLMrpool Pnrchaso Prepaid Ticjrets i now lor Relallres and to eosare pfompt sailing. For all Information apply to any of'-obf Ageols, or to CompaDr'i onice, (CO.TT ILOCK, 27S MAIN WINNIPte. COLONIAL TONIGHT IS THE BIG COUNTRY STORE NIGHT lit Ton of Delivered. Fifty Other Useful Prizes, In- cluding Bags of Floui% Sugar, Fruit, Etc, Come and Have a Big Time As the phoMfrapDr In "A JAPANESE NIGHTINaALE" It not no to standard vve dla- continufng picture. THRIFT STAMP NIGHT TONIGHT Remember one adult ticket In every ten Is a sure winner. WATCH YOUR NUMBERS .TODAY LAST TIME TODAY------SEE The tuprtirw Photoplay tenu- Dramatic Thunderbolt In Six Powerful Acti. John-Mason- Most Famous Am- erican Emotional Actor Starred Suicide." MORAL SUICIDE In addition lo the nhovo n 2- reel' Kerstonc Comedy. "The Sea Serpent's Desire." No ad- to prices In spito of (he tad lhat- it cost a forluno to ihis. niaslarpleco lo Ihe city. Rtal Miutc Goea With Thia Pltture. TOMORROW In "THE TRAMP" MAJESTIC- "S'-SAT., MAR. 1 FALL IN LINE-HERE THEY COME Calgary Rotary Minstrel Show FIFTY IN COMPANY SPECIAL ORCHESTRA, Coming In all Their ent Magnificence Which Calgary loose for Three A Score of Real Comedians. Not An Amateur An Aggregation of 'The Clasilest Talent IXer Ammblei. Watch This Paper '.Veek for Farther in the Meantime Get Beady foe THE BIGGEST LAUGH OF A UFETME ;