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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JULY 7, 1919 LKTJJBJIIDGK DAILY HKHAl.O PACE FIVE! PAIHOFCMDIANSINMIASI HUNDRED DAYS PAIH OF VIC1Y Hritain to luact rt prcaeatatlves from' the allied iu try to arrive at a jili? factory jgroj'ment. Al several' couteieiuei, un agreement was reach-' eU aud ihc flnal draft wca presenleJ and iH-repted. EJr Jlottprt rcaj lire speech he bad made w'len preienlmg draft and i also the ipecrli made bv tho i .Mr. Von o! Bfllfiium, Of Canadian Army in I stand In defiance of military prece-l The prcm'er said thai originally I OflejlSrS Hill and Kledric dent, Bland wfifch would luve been 'thero bad no iulonllcra of allow-' I impossible, except (or flls independent' representatives of the llritish iln i position t'anadliu a gland minions to bo eligible io the the ai'licm of which is iir.il thrilling. anO well culeuUletl 'lu lioM iiLeicsi of the spectator Irom lirM lo of 'Tin- Kyi-c of VYorkt' al itie Colonial nii-iu- if) Ihe fcojjtilarity ot (3w tiled u-hii It lias Tie! fcec-n rfog- iitzed ;m ccyjlifrn Albi-ria'A li-.-s: pJay ihi-itiio House Today H_v Premier 'OTTAWA, July ttoberl Bor- den lu the bouse this mornlnp, sec- onded by O. D. McKenzle.- moved a reaa.uttsr. -of to Canadian rniy 'or its splendid achievements Sir lloLerl said: "On many ucca- In Ibis home the valor tlie deeds of tlie CanaJI.in military forces lu (lits war hare baoa iccogulzej In eloquent terms, bul lillliertu I here been no expressing our iu itisfr glorious achievements and our gratitude for ILeir notable service hi Hie esuie to which our country lias consecrated Its efforts for rlvo yeare. Ita all our anticipations; the patli lias IOOK and ut teemed almost over- which Involved rlst to Lie uwn Blalua and reputation. Tlvjt stand lift took lor one rcaso.t and one reason his duty lu avoid any needless sacrl- llco of llio irtmui under hid command. acceded. oC Nations. Ilu luj taken strong ground that CTUiadj should be repre- sented both on ihe League or N'aUous aud tho labor convention. This >vaa-' and t'ower Companies Killed Xu general it trouL ruoro fully realized thai solemn duty, during the last 13 moiifha of tun war. there! Robert a Maiemeul Sir Robert Explains lo a, qui'BtluU of IIT OTTAWA. July T.--A supply UH or huadreJ ami siilyuvo mij a tn'.t jcrniuy. The tuuiuujns' o! pualo to-thu stmal of- was uo general whose jU'lRriicut was more rciyetced, noac whose ability aud Ihorouglincss were wore relied ho, who then commanded tbe Canadian corps. Well Disciplined Army "There is one great essential in ileveloiwnl Of a arr-v inioa regard to LU inveatmenr in Iht .ManJ-' loba C'oltl Hl io ivhU-li l'111 companies was clettr'c uud rule! out of organizjtiOK. That essential an appreciation and ac- ceplaoi'e of J Is dpi Inc. This ILJEOII the Canadians learned very easily and attention was drawn Major T. 'rllen llie senate adjourned iu Vleu, In Hie al <5 for premk-r iln.r1 ct-rtaln vapors Tljo Ufrrl ol these auiuns ?s iliut were departing from Iliu lacis ami. "he govenimeat Bets ;ill thu uiunt-y ,l nuiking exaggerated siaiOMieuts on rbe his, asked of parliament rliis si'stiou. matter. The orgjii of itie Senator linstock u.-ts OUT [j strike committee hud Mated thiit his; fCVt'" hundred millluiK. i Investment ii) tlic emoitany was Tho but the eud came Ifapilt torved them always in good elead. (Iriiuat'c sudiJertnegg of Ihc bCfinuiHE, 1II will ecrvo Ihcnl fn cood stead dur- already ivc have welcomed back I the dare of peace, bo can so In "10 our ohoros the major part of the [times of ills quiet and. unrest the splendid forces that weut beyond tho 1 steadying iuQuonce of the men who eeas to tuaintaiu the first lino of our j held our line In Europe will bo needed defense HKalp.it the barbarous hero In Canada much as lliclr valor elon of foea who deemed themselves j and devotion vrcrc needed al tlie trout Invincible. Their responsiulllly "is commonsuratc 1 traversed in France and Hclglut'.i (he district around Yprcs niierc Hie first division. In irith the immense Influence which they can ererelso on national find fut- ure destiny of r couulrv. It is not only a tollettlvc b'ut an Individual rc- 000. _ Of COnaPtlL bi'l romuins at 1C yew i oittiive.- He' hail, he said, made a small iu- j Tlie commons b'H jiroyoaecl to in- Testmenj in thia concern- some [hue j crease ino age lo in all cases tvhuo ago. The l noriilni girJ sltould he jtrtTionsly virhjous sold, 'a storage Company aud Ibe man was IS, and In Ihc aiirt simple. He licid never Infeen uttive iJdvl in its affairs, ns lie coulltlcutc in the management. His about 5 per aii-1 al 0110 caso of cinployyr :ind i-initloreu lo llie ago ul ili, 'v Tho hiiic-iidiiifiil o! lhe urder bill of t KOTc auJ rnk-J vui franchise f mluptod by ihv ANITA STEWART WELL GOWNED IN NEW FILM Bits from the Story of "MARY REGAN" AS PLAYED BY GETS DAMAGES FOR JAW. Kitsit.. July lu a judtnu'iit liatdtil liywn lodav ix-c Taylur iu the foun of Kliig's Leacli. A. T. Lyons, of Duaillrk. Sask The uiaile Iliiii'. hUHiiiu.T ID llif cfftci was Uc fraud in tf hia VILV ytT-i al Daukirt by t-onvt-rtinK 1'itU sale receljHH io Iila owu use. of Ihe liver s tfr Fame IM (afR'ii <-f ilj-1 year's Lflioy Hrutr, which IDurrow, Anita Ktew: L (if tfowiia. Tlu- nr-v i uu'l t'lflh out i IK- Ujriilini; i syilf.i ttliich fumpi dt-cu ad .1-! Jioti-1 Anita Stewart; IHIiT- "THE EVES OF THE WORLD" AT COLONIAL TONlGHT pau, Oaugliir-r uf ;i nyr-riutia rr al. ami tut hii socitly wile. ihi'; i-xiraordinary IIITO at H.o AdrertiHeiiicnt. :i I For thrte days, or i- ero thc mnn was not lr to blame; for ihc the lime, IIP, along with otlicr sUarebold-i might Itislrui-i the jury Hint n haiijicen forcoJ to ntlvancc luuncy verdict ;o coubl be found. Ttic at Ihc pouular Colonial Thcalre Tvlll i Clune's ten-reol production of lUtnild Hull was mosi Unions novtl, "Tin.- Kyes Of tlie lo prevent the i-oiupany thc (ace of ovorwhclming jiuuihers and 'of horrors previously unknown Lu whlelnitf one ol them can clvltlzed warfare. Ita own nnlH J. ,f f tho CJermfta tiosls'wero turned Jlllnscli: lroni- from their threatened march lo llio thanncl.- For us that story will ncrcr grow uld. Tntu'C visited ttic scene of many a stubborn conflict during Yonder in eastern Europe tlic j clamor ot Tvor still resounds, but pray j God that we may now be approaching'. the days ol rerlccl peace. The sac-' rifice thaL we have the burdens that (errllile In which the set bjr Ihe flrel division that wc urc lo bcar never rclnicil. Afterword I passed through (he desolation or many n. town :md village whcro. Cnnaillan valor and determinalion had mcmoraulo in the lv that followed. nwdu years of tho Lsior, we went lo have been of lilllc purpose unless ou{ I ol tlie war we tan read some, lesson, gather some example and ostablisli Eomc Ideals which irill Iruly serve" (lie purpose. Coniparort tnlo aimvor lhe commons thfs niuctid- was ilial the; tjat-stion of "coni- vc culpability at ttie iieraons coticorncd cane at lie considered." The noti-couturreuc-.1. of (ho com- tiioiis with the senate an this point lias the effect of killiiig the whole bill for this session uml leaving Jnlv -M MI TAi, JULJ P. alleged EL arresle.1 on C.I'.H. from f.uC Uoniict iciilny. The jirisoucr ivas iaken to with coDdllious opponuuily (0 for irial. IUCL' ttiat touoweu. i-sior, we went io wi oios (0 Arras and followed ihn yatli" bf the -stamls al cvury-mnn'B floor in Canada. j.jievigljc Iiropafc-iinila it being widely 'Canadians :n lircakiue Ihc Qiieantoa..-) Compared wllti lhe inienec racial ;ur tproai. ainnne tlic settlers and work- Drocourt line, tticncu en ibe cann) mosllies which tslst in some couiitricii crK Or alien lilrth In tlic vicinity of past Uourlon irooJ _nini ilnally. to beyond the our differences in L'ambraf; tdne did mil us to Cauaila fade into utter in significance. our Journey io Valenciennes j have wasted too much n'uie upon in the couniry unr and lo Moils, out of which our sol- diers hurled the German? ou tbc very Diornlng o[ the armistice. "The story ot Ihu last hundred dfvs la well lolil in Iho dispatch oC Sir Arthur C'urrlc. alruidy placet! on Ihc table of the "house. One EJKJiificnnl and outslaiidlng ffict is.enough. Dur- ing a hard 'offensive of more than___..... Ihrco months, Llie Canadians. tho j aplenilid assistance of one nuil sonic- limes two Urltlsh divisions, faugh'., and more than that, defeated 47 Ger- man divisions, ni-arly.a fourth of tin) cDlire" CIcrtnTiny army.' Of llicse.-no less thair 15 divisions -were 'so Ilior- oughly defeated tluit they were never! rcconsLHuted. ISurlog these JmndrcJ .days Ihc path of was ihe nalL of viclory." "Bul in 1 mo.rc. I saw the leas siicclncular but Tor iho future let us" Lac Uu" Uonlici anil Llie tpes river reached Dn tortay thai a mass .meeting ot foreigners ivae held Sunday at ;t point On Pinaivn channel, just be- The biJl clcciric- anJ power tonipanlei; provisions Ihitt previously tiacl been einboiied iu tlic gunurfil raihsiiy and were dropped from ibai iu ULU suggea- lion or llio minister of In order io secure its enactment. lie uiHlc-rluok lo introduce the clauses in a tcjiaratc bill.- TJie bill ivns passed by commons. When, bo- fore the sciiaic lUis morning, S "Tlie Kyc-s of the World." ilia's ti.vcloiilc love siorj', is without i doubl ]l.irold WrJphl's Itost loved story. Tlic sales of Hie hook liavu j reached ovor million mark, anil j the hlory lias liosn read by LiiUliort-i. The iiliutoplay of the siory was pro-1 tluced under llie iicrsonal of Mr. the Clmio Produc-[ Company. An interesting feature 1 of lie photoplay is ilic fact dial II wad Iiroiiiicfld cu (he aciiijil locale of ilic well-known t-lrjTiiciprs iu thu sloi'y j veritably live- purls id iho photo-' Hpss il was "ibc general uurlia- nienlary jiracticc thut'a could not bt rteall wlUi twice Ihc snme tea- sr.on. pnl them behind; there arc voices which have been' hushed, but winch I low Electric Itnihvay'sj In addition to the rule laid for us shall never tie silent the voices II is slated Ibnt HulyklUown by Todd anJ Hourinot, there llie higher was one of the lead ing speakers al i''Va.-i a special the senate which the meeting. declared lhal "no uucstiun or riiTjeniJ- Tlui accuaeii nina is a sliaU'bo ptoper which Uic alien auil he u.is fuuml iravolKug wlih-1 same in snbsluncc as any question or uuU a lie is held uniler this i anieiiduicHt whieli, during !he same j charge ul Ihc iirc-soni but il is Kessiuu, (ins resolved in iho ai- of. tliose who dlctl that llie higher Ideals of democracy and civillzalion ralslit lire. Slxly llioushntl Canadians for the world's lheir csaDlpiCl i peace votion. lheir sacrincc. They ?pcak to believed that, a more serious one will j liriiiaUve or unless such us of wider sympathies, o[ broader ULI- be liiiJ apainst hlcu later, or ameifdmenL lins becil tlcrstaniling. ol more, generous for- hoarancc, of more united Effort in. all Lhe tasks that lie before us iti oar nat- ional life; If (hcsft voices can make icard above noisy clamor fnnd umTorthy controversy, the fuluro I of our counfrj' resls secure upon nh Idiinilnllan. Be v ST. GEORGE'S LINE-UP the toMou-Lug Is xllio Icaui I Tlic malior til Ihe Mil, 'Scnalor Ross muinlainr-fl, luil been of the railway bill. Tlie' sneaker 5eid'llmi the poiul IHE TERROR .OFTHE RANGE DIAND01S SEVEN EPISODE COMMENCING AT STAHCAN9 TODAY I which hold the lines oi r 1 met Canadians, who In Ihc Hying monwraonta service of the like, hart brought not-1 votion and sacrifice of Ihosa who djed able serf Ice lo ihe aHlerf cause and j nnd Of those who lived to sec the Cnal honor and distinction to tb'eir' conn-1 trlumirti. irv. Everywhere-1 saw Ciinadinn or- neither granite nor graven leu and in the to represent St. George's United in their match the Callics on day iilghl at I'ark: Par- sons; Neabill and Pearson; Hotberlon aud Kirtli; U'csticy. JOIICF, A. Pearson, tlaylon and Ucstivitt.'Ile- serves: Lush, Hincfcs. sanitation. raises Canadian Women "Xo lr.hiil.0 would he complete which' overlooked the filorlous unsalf- of our womanhood, of whom uoL ;i fftvr Ihclr lives to tliclr ba so'pnduriug as the 1m- perishablc mpmory of their ilooris for- cvor enshriiipcl lu Ihc henrla bf llicir cotinJrj'inep." Sir riobcrt then moved for- ran) t of the house to counlvy'Bj-auBc; or which, forgot the t 10 the militia .-and naval efficiency of the' in Canada. t-arlDK far our incit al the batUcfrout 1 ;md al (he hospital, the nnsellish rte-j voMon of Ihosc who lolled lhal olhcra us not fall to remember those ]tbor Canadians, who hi our own nav.it [orccs, nr In Ihosc of .JJreat Drilniu, aided in the great lisK of guarding j Mr tommorco nnil enilinG liie menace] of the subniarino; those ulso n-ho-inj itiany varied oceurai'opy. whether In C.'anado or'JI.-lUJJi, did their part us! spporluiijlr or occasion tailed lhcm.-i A Irlbulc is nlso 16 the men i lu science who went To till j from our phores anil whose nbtablc contribution In war- fare of the enemy, has not liceh fully lold or adequately aiiprcclaled, "And, shall wo forget tlrOGe who reluctantly remained In Canada or in" Great Britain' commfind of chafing1 under Ihelv desire 'to iee sDrvtcc nl the front; w'no, during hours and Uirodgh lonely vigils. at Insks which lack- 2d the inspiration ,of service, and sometimes undfcr unjust Wl un- worthy reproach, when in truth'tlielr most Wens6 desire wna to Join their comrades in the fighting Jlnca, "I hare of Caiiadfana who In hut do not forget Iho scvvlco of any HjIHah. ufflcerfl who ivprc attached from time IQ time lo Iho Canndlftn -force, and whoso names are hi no par ably aaaor.i- atcd with Us record nnd achtcTemcnta. "Time would fall me lo apeak by name of Iho thousand! of Canadians service brought dlBtlncttou nnd lifgh recognition. Of one, however, I rotild speak, tlic t'nnadfan who during .he InUcr ycar.q of Ihfi war look com' maud .of ihc Canadian army aflcr It had been r6llnqulshcd.br .Julian liynjt. Aa prime mhilBter, I wai, brouisbt Into, very closo.and Inll- mate relntlona wlih Sir Arlimr Cur- Tic, egpcctnlly .during (he early aum- mer of when iho fortunes of tho sccmeil at their JoWcat; ivhoii we Iiarl' reached that 'darkest hour, whlcli camo beforo Iho dawn of. vic- tory. His Men "Thcro lictn a whisper of crlt1.- ;lsfn thai he was not sufficiently mlndfnl of hl.i duty lo tho Ivpi ot Ibone unilfr hi? command, fn ny ]inlBmenl, no criticism could ba v more unjust. Indeed, I dm: on more triRn bno occasion, nntl 7 on one lio lock n (AbVEP.TlSEMEXT) REV. BUI FEELS II Wants Others to Benefit By His E Fifteen Pounds By OTTAWA. the hotisu this morning, Mr.-JIcigiieu moved that tlie house Insist on Us disagreement with the senate amendment to the bill amending tho criminal code in respect to sexual offenses. The Bouale amend- ment." under' discussion, he thought, would have Ihc cKecvl of strucllon flvou to .the Jury lhat'unlws Ibcy wcro ot thn opinion that the man was. wholly or chiefly lo.blame they were at liberty lo acquit. The molion was The bill, therefore, falla to pass dur- ing the. prcscnl cession, StJtut af Prohibition Sir Robert Bordcn, speaking of (he prohibition bill anJ tho. bill to coir- (Inne ITic commission, said they-could not be passed during Ihc present sesflloji. Tho war pur- chasing commission would, hSwtvcr, he maintained imdcr Iho. ortlor hi council creating. It. which would re- main In force for llio Sug- Keilions made would bn' considered (lurlnE tho rccesa In regard lo pro- hibition. Sir Robert said.. "Under the circumstances, (he Lin cannot become during (he present session hut another'session probably will bo held before the order In coun- cil ccaieS to be In force." he Added. The bill lo create divorce courts fll.to would not bo prorcedorf with Ibis nation. Tiiiring the vccosa sugRCsl- Ions of Jnngcs In llio variola "provin- cca would be obtalneil in regard lo mcHsurc. Peace In answer lo of Krncat Iho prcmlerxgRVc the house tftinc .details, wilh, rcgnrd (o iKo la.lior lilAliiciV (hat -the original draft Iintl met with opposition upon which Ire jinked hy ihc prenifof of v Ilev. J. IT. Dunn, pastor of thu Church ,of-Christ al 2110 East Second 'Arc., Spokane, Wash., and rcslJiny :il 124 West Sharp Street, is still an- other in this nigh cnlllng whose decir sense of nnd desire (o help others will not permit him lo remain silent regarding the woiidcrfiil bcne- Tils lio has dcrivcrt from the of Taitlac. "TnnlHc jina not only relieved ma! oi my len years paid Hev. 'Punti roccnlly, "but It hns built 'mo! wouclcrfnllr, fla 1 gained teen pounds in n month's time hy taking it My stornnch -was iu such a_dis3riJcred condition Hint I couM i not cat wKhcut suITcring pain. 'Mj- food felt lead iu my stomnch and I ivouM etpcl scur wllh most every 'Those who dJae- nosed'Diy cnsc lold me I had cnnccr of the stomneh, ;ind my Worry ana lihystcnl sulTcrlng i-oiuhined were ex- treme. My licnd achcil couslnnlly, and I continually lobt" in weigln, strength find energy..' I s'pcnl nrouivl Ihrcc hundred dollars .for mCdlclnc.i of various M.ntfs. l.ul got no benefit, nnd my condition svas Indeed dls- "1 Ijoiight Taitlac on Ihc slrcngfh of high endorsements and my flrat bolUe made n marked ehnngc In my feelings. So, 1 bought another and .then huolhcr, and now 1 am Juat lau I. could not eat npplcs on account of the suffering Ihc ftcid caused but now 1 cau cat any number o' them. In fact, I can cat lusl uny- thing now without Ilio loast discom- fort afterwords. A inedlclrtc tli.it will help ntryone oul of such Jong lorin of suffering aud act ihcm rigli'l Is cor- falnlyMvoll worih rcconimondlfiff to the pulilfc, Jt gives me pleasure do wliai I cnti for my follow mou, anrt RS .Tatila'c has been o[ such greai licnent lo mo, and not only lo mo, hill also a number of my frlonds, I con conscientiously recommend It lo everybody." Tnnlfic !s soli! In LdhlcMKo by .Tahfi U. JIlElnliolliHiii Co.; In Coci hurst by. DiimirVml Store, mid In Wnrnrr hy N. JJcr- NIAL 3 Days StartingToday u OF THE Onr. of the Most Unusual and Extraordinary Attractions the Clone's Wonderful Ten Reel Production of lhe Wonderful Novel DRAMATIZED the FAMOUS NOVEL of the SAME NAME BY HAROLD BELL WRIGHT Seals, All SOc; Children 25c Matinees Daily at 2.30 WHOOPEE! YEOWJ! COW PERSON! LET'S GO TO STARLAND ANO SEE WM. RUSSELi; IN "WHERE THE WEST BEGINS" You have seen "Bie Uill" "flobbs in n Hurry" ;mtl oiher great feiturcs. This U' his latest ami best. Fi's a lro.it for evorybudy. non't miss it Then There Is GEORGE LARK1N Gun Carter." in "Hands and Dainty BETTY COMPSON Ip the Firsl Episode ot "THE TERROR OF JHE RANGE" A Thrilling, Smaihjnrj Pa the Serial In Seven Episodes Also "ON THE FIRE" A Lonesome Luke Scream SOME 'PROGRAM A WHAT? Regular Prices. LeRoy Scott's Sensational Novel of Big Pleasure in New York "Yes, this is Mary you again, You can't sec me, I'll have nothing more to Co with lhal sort of Now listen Mr. Loveman, don't you tiirrat- en irte, you know I know too good-bye.'' "I want yqu and her new husband lurntd to tace Ihc burly form ot Bradley, nil the old hale and cunning in her rose to com- bat this new to her, plans, She had fought so hard to get from if Ml, she felt so innocent cl even any wrong motive, that her vary. being revolted against interference. EXCURSIONS TO PACIFIC COAST LETHBRIDGE V" ALTA. Vli 0 a I e a r y aad Main Line; via Mac- leod, Nelson, Arrow- head and Tlevolsloke or Midway, Penile- Ion and Slcammis or Midway K. V.. lly. Hope or Spcnco'a IJrldgc. HoTCrso of go- ing route. TO VANCOUVER VICTORIA, NEW WEST- MINSTER TlckoU on June Isl.lo Scpleinter'3'0tb, good lo reliir v. until p'cltber 31sl. STOP OVERS For MCkols nnil full Information apply J. QDRDON, Depot Agent, Phont S12 EMPRESS TO-NIGHT NORMA TALMADGE In Her Latest PM? PUy Senaaiiaii -f The Probation Wife A alory ot New York life, Hie dregs (o the creira, from tho llowery lo Millionaire llc.vv. ALSO LATEST RELEASE OF THE FAMOUS OUTING CUES- T6R SERIES AND A CHAPLIN COiMEDY Added the C. P. fl. through Banff; This Is Really'exly. Mary, at ihc olhtr. end of the line, had no Idea thzt.her young husband's mi III tire father wfis f ram ing Visr legal advisor, her old againct; her. And Loveman, receiver at "hie ear, was quite as certain that the man at hit_sldt had no idea of Lev-- man's plans for his Undoing. Thi little lawyer7! acute mind had never been ctesrcr than', in his. present crisis. He "You don't know yourself at Mel] as I know you, Mary Regan. T tell you, you can never go back to that old life or mix with the old gang." As his.voice rose Mary's lips set In that firm line he boih admired.and dread- ed, VBobr" she said, going through with this going lo enlcr the doldcn 'will. WIQ and you can't stoo me." I f'Never mind, Jack. Go with your- j wish it." So (hoy parted on their wedding she had hoa- ed to do so much for this boy the longed ID save from the quagmire of Broadway into which he was blip- i pl.ng. v-j CONTINUED ON THE SCREEN EMPRESS THREE TOMORROW ;