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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVB' .TURSnAV, ctl ui Starlaud day. Mr. Hfid, .15 I.arry l slacker who wtu'li i bribes a former and Thurs field the scene reverts to Mary i-ussed mount he, husband PHe makes a slarlllns payable precipices, oang. li a dlscovery.'aml Ibo picluics conu-s to (woods. dralledlao. ungui-isccl who really wixxii'KC, July lain alllllallou wills- ecisiou lo re- International outcome ol the electrical workers' union, which was addressed bv 'R. A. Itlge. Will for I'aa Uajiiliilon Trades Congress lu western Lunaua. Vnioii off'.cLils declare that Ibo ac- tion Is significant ot llio altitude which organized labor Is taking In Winnipeg toward Iho One Ills L-mou Mr I'.ieg earv'io a'd would be uuueccs- drastic action .such as most ol id delegates to the Ira labor- congress. II Is tin unions which will, not "I1 the One ll'g L'ulo-.i Idea will not Allowed representation ot .Hie Iho elforls of It. A. f Winnipeg. It 'A eipccled Ihjl ug Ibe summer many will rCL'jr heir old allegiance." _ Want Strikers Reinstated WIXXll'KO, July S.-SIs inlenia I to ibe from and killed after nuklnc Hie of Vouuj; famous for Bravery. 1-arry lovej a girl v liovcs'ii wealthy, ami "l undeceive him. foarins i learns that the is a .1 I Ion. hl5 love will vanii Made in Control Or-uf iho ccuvict awakni gjinization-Olher Ap- Ulb llOU, 110 who fail, thai whl-n idy's lompan b. 'Slur dial! j Larry's sou in country, inl- iusplriug' back- ami mountain is aiiu alto'jL'thcr some ol the beautiful country ever puolo- I-THE EYES OF THE WORLD" i form Ihe natural 1 N NOW PLAYING AT COLONIAL rur action story. All Ibe :l ..iintcrivlins charaacrs of lbc siorj are To s'.n "Th'? of Hie World -ihu novelist, l'je wliirli is playing in jnlou ollic-iiis. mvun.- -j 11 BE es-M-I.-A-Ngcnt ill western Canada for the Womlnlor. Trades made r( nlallons to tha goVBrnnieut and ein riaera now-' joblcaa. _ Dlsc jelnst and of ilonE Is charged. Conteri provincial and municipal va I ,ro proceeding ;oday and inceliugs with various employers will follow. The Western 1-abor Sews, agalu edited bv William Iveris, ono of me leaders released on ball, Ihe failure to rein ion ot :he syst-m It. J. If mine s again ieucMlJiianaeer. Iho Oulariu IKiard. lu-cordiue. 10 Chairman Uclnlyre. Iho Clune l-'riduciUE "wilt book pprsonal t'o-operatwu i P1-1' UVJ "The Kyes of 3 the elory be- will be of- bo caer og worh' out. If possible, some-scheme along lines suggested by the Industrial rolalltms commission, whereby sreat- er co-operation and harmony may be, secured in Canadian Industry. "Tho flfilll now EOlnG on all over the country between Ibe revolutionary element, ot labor section which Is ivlllmp; lo co-operate, on inn- tnally advantageous lines with tlu employers, will be over by lbc limp tbls cqnferencc r.lEBls. llmo HiaCK.IlblH'B a barbarous." says the paper, Obut a search tor Has. reVealed thai the blacklist.system is being worked out very thorouBbly out tbe cllv. and they (the iSct evervwhere will, the tame 'So It they were dn- .hat the WIsl is a fearful weapon_ ot op hlaCK SI !S U prcsslon, demands that It lio QtH'siions Asked in Houic To Why He is Not in Soli- i lai-y Conlincmenl s.) r. j A llurd, coalition Vmmilsl. racnilicr for the Fromc division of asked lu the commonE: "Aro Here any reasons why special consiaer.i- tlon should bo-shown' Ilear-Adia on Iteulef; who broke bis nations ows wilh respect lo the He affirmed that Von neuter pu chiefVbe'ueaJ oi the provincial lite Is BOUuel to the iJuiiiKa made ilon ..._ reccu police commission alid'plawl it in the hand of the government. i TWO Days line 21 was specially honored clng met with, instcoil of. I larched an nrmcd esto: amp, as Is Ihc usual'nroceourc ij- officers, and Ihal oil July 1- AMEHONGEN, July er Emperor'William and his wife are apparently unperturbed by the possibility that proceedings will be brought'by Ihe entente for the extradition of Ihc forrntr omperor from Holland. The mem- i----- Of tht former monarch a have Indicsttii lo the cot-- freipondejl that'll was Ih'lr jon Ihut any proceciiirrns-lrom al- 'lied quarters would b't protract- ed for many months without any certainty that Ihe Netherlands government would consent to hand the former kaiser over for trial. They are almost unanl- ;mou5ly' convinced thatTlhey. are here for S lona' sojourn making prepjrallons accordingly. from the Toronto poVce orcc ol which he was a member foe several vears. Ho ha, been a very official. the en; llca vears al-which-lie. was at lie lielm 'he hejil Cals.ir.A slraichl nud fk-ir of bad clisracl'crs and during lln't time there was no taint of. scan. he lieutenant colonel, commanding of at Ihe oflicers' prison at Camp Dswtslry himself conducled Von lieu, cr from'oswcblry lo Donnington ill efcorl. He asked what -wers mat time uini: ,lal connected with Ihe department. Kor -o'liic lime his name-has been t in with Ihis new position, chanBo oreanizatiou oMhej.ro- mounted icnce. tars- connnemenl in H are as McI.CQj. who, lion barracks pond ng Ira 1 lent LOI. l. monloll ,h Winston Clinrcuiii reimuu m." I.ej ,...ruor) had not received any report otJhis west. i in u o-- ..oon the return ol Major-General Sir commander ot Ihe -Itli Canadian Division, after rom his native' clly ot nearlj liavlEuer read the address ot welcome, which was puriclnated by ap- plause., and another ovation greeted Lho gcueral a3 the mayor concluded was deeply 'affccled bv the dcnionstrnllon lu MB .honor, lio paid a glowing tribute lo Ihe offi ceU-aiifl underibis cominauA over seas, aiid a'wakened app.anst and cheers when, Ihc end of his-address, be prcscnte.l. to Hie cili of Quebec a ilag given to I'hn; the eommuue ol Abscon. a Ireneh wn which he had occupied last.Oco- er. liierallue- abont Inhabl- auts -from' the linn. 1WSIISSM il.. July start o return trans-Mlaritic crlllse Ot th Itrltiah dirigible lt-3 "hie scenes" In Clime's mnsalvo lon-rcdl pTOductlon 'jl.roM Jlell Wright -The Kyos of now ,h. frt :u Ike Colonial, lonlght and Ircaf Reception Accorded Head' of U. S. On His Lartflinirin Neii York NEW YORK, J'Jly S Kscorteil by a eel of warships, ilic tranaport George 'nslilnBlon, bringing J'rc.sidcnt Wil- n home from Frnace, arrived.ln Now ork'harbor nl 1.30 p.m. today. Willf n naval ver her, Ihc George Washlngloii ame In sight ol the Jersey highlands 1'11'JO n.m. A seaplane, which wen ill to meet, the-'transport, .was force: o como down on tho sea. Samuel donvpers, president of lh Federation of Labor, heai d a delegation of 25 prominent labo carters from Central sud'Scuth in ricin countries who wenl ilown.thjs hay on ri ferry boat lo, aid In wcRom- Ihe prcslnenl. The Irannporf George Was.hlnslon. with President Wilson on txjard, dook- ed nl 3 10 p.m. The prcsldent's'rtaugh. tcra, Mrs. W. 0. MeAJoo anil'Mrs. Francis II. Sayre, were on the pier to greet him. In recqgriilioii of aaljiles of Hie nasemolcd warahlps, thofleorge. Vnahinglon broke with hundreds of signal fioga ftnd wjis a blazn ot color when slin.i1dcVe.il. Vlcc-1'resldenl Mnrahall. members t tilf. cabinet and scores ol prominent government official .were also swan- ing him- WA9HINOTON, July. ite Information lhat th-- .Bolshe- vik authorities are planning to 'evacuate Pelronfad been re- ceived In official clrclei here. De> 'clsion lo quit Ihe was said to1 have.been violently opposed by of ..lire.' -govern- ment. YOUR LAST OPPOHfUNlTY TONIGHT----------- CONSIDER PROHIBITION UEOISLATIONMN CpNORESS -WASHINQTOS, July a'vole of 235-lO'.Bn, Ihe honae today adopted a resoluflon pro- vldlog for Immediate cons'.dcra- tloTi of prohlbftlon enforce- mcnl legislation as recomntcnd- i cd V the Judiciary committee and iimltlhg general debote "ff t.-'i ff "THE TERROR OF THE RANGE" Eplsodo One Is great; Ihis Ser- ial is'going to hi great. Don't miss Ihe first episode. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY WALLACE'REID IN "AUAS MIKE MORAN? Tho story of a boy who atari' ed "Vcllow" but who ,one.o( Ihe boys who helped vic- tory across. has never done any Ihlng flrter than Ihis. SUCKETAHEEIO.IN "ALIAS, MIKE MORAN" Wallace rteld Seen Iii Umnually i ii slacker wnkcs to a rcallzallon o( his Iruo poslllon In society, Ihcn he-will (ilso mf.ke np his mind lhal U 13 incver loo lain to re; pent." -flile happens Mllte Moran." Wnlliicc- ItcM'fl Hew Vnrn- mbuhl picture which .will be. display' X Gas lind OH Tractor Cars Overhauled; Magnetos Charged and Ilepalrerl, Tlie MeclwnktlGarage Conner 4lh Avenue ind 3rd St. Coay Roller Rink, "PboHcf 1190 ;