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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KIUDAY. Jl'LV 11, 1019 VIIL LETilHHlDCI-: DAILY HKIU1.U PAGE FIVE HElPSOUEfEED TOUONTO. July reuoru o( the Alborlu correct, then U Is very sorloili for Canada as a T.-holp." declared K. preal- deal ol Ibe Canadian Pacific Uallwiy, here tonight. ''I Lave not heard a word as to iLe conditions out other than read Eu Ibe papers today, and ii cxmceraed ihe reported injury to (Uo Alberta livestock ia- dustry." Mr. Bealty had no sufcieatiou- In offer InnU to atetlate .the con ill lions In Alberla, but Intimated that if inert) TV-MS anything at nil he could do ihronslj ijie great railway system of v.-hlch he la- head, he be iiuilous-lu do it. C.N.F. Officials Busy VALCAUY, JUDO vof from areas triiere teoA Is shun to districts where thefd surplus, inj other problems arising out Of Die passible toed shortage In southern Alberla, uill be considered 'HI a conference in EJinoulon today lie I we en lion, Duncan Marshall, mln isler of agriculture, ami A. E. Warren, central manager ot C.X.R. western lines, who was In Calgary last Might, The provincial Government, Is seeking ihe cooperation' ot Urn Dominion au- lliorltloa and the ral'.ivaya Irrihc aolir lion ,o[ Ihe problem. Surplus Fetd In North "The problem Is one which imt5l tcr.'sialy-l'o d 9.1 It wilh jii silt Mr. Warren to the Albertan lagt night. "Thare is said TO be a surplus of feed on tbo line of ihc A. t G. flaw grtat ihttt surplus is. Julr and clilea [u Allierla Mint have jbKomo rolled In financial difMcullles are 10 have EH opportunity'lor IDS' Inves- tigation of ihclr a sav- er nmenl committee. Chief Just tee Ifarrey, Justice Uecfc, Jusllcc Hyud man and II. M. E. KTBDS have been appointed to this committee, Ihe for- mation o[ vrMch undertaken by tbeuolnUler ot municipalities. The question of (lie Travelling IH-I Canada To Continue Sliipbuild- dustrial Congress was brought upl again at the Thursday luncheon of Ihe 111 Settle Boai i of Trade. While ihere was a I gener'al ut opinion that tbe; One Labor Trouble visit was iiut particularly desirable at the present tlute, ii was agreed thai should the congress visit the city ar- rangements should bfi made to 'ftive Its members a liclalte of the prog ram will be brought up The cammliUe Is now ready to re-1 at LUe next meeting of the MONTHEAL, July contract for UoO.GGO toas of fhm ylaies, itivolv- five years worX' the comple- tion of HID building of a monster roll- lug plant ttl Sydney, N.S.. costing Ja.- was lei today 10 Dominion ty tlit- federal govern- consider applications. Jis j A comniuuk-aUon from Ibe fjjgary j according'to an announcement serretarj' Is .Major who win Uoard of statins Lhal It WAS] by lion. C. liaUaiityue. minister" ot an ofllco Invihe Kdniontoo court house-, I( uppncaUoiu are inad promptly It is eipeeled thai the of thu board for {his year ivIH complete'! by the firat of Senleiaber, n i necessary iliat u western represonta-vmarlue. Tl: 8 live on the Hoard ot Coiuaic-rcc beltjy the.coai The couuaci was IIG WEEK-END SHOW AT THE On tlie oxlrj good week- vhUOi is now ulayms will 6'.- founl nuny ue inioc on the bill is M-irv dani'iug jvuhievemenU seen through- COLONLALJuul are all unusual ami are coniidereu" X-cnd show! to have rearhcd the zenith, of under- Cotor.iat' waler productions si-encs. n- rarnlei Myer3, Louisa Lvvely, ami l are the JoalureJ plavere aml LUMII in ihe special sit part aluac-j js llie director. Mr. Hollubar aoaplec _________ Amazing Wife." It ii sc-l-1 ,lu, ilory ol Uraec nailey fot rt ,r. t r idom feature as good as this pcreen_ ,he orifcioal insplratloa of Pcivce Circles reel lhat turt n is aaiou .action, ai-itou. wai lo nteralure Dutch Xole About Kaiser Not Unmerited July aocum seiting forth tbe raiitlcatiou or ;hc peace treaty by tLe (Jerwait national at reatbeJ the French office today. Lega1 experia ol the council of five, fin i BjcdlaleK began an exaiutuati'Ja -ji Uie dofuiuents. The reporld ol Hie legal were under ecociderattou ilio i council of five, laio today. Jt i3 no; ciDtiCtad, howeier, thai Ibe c-ouiicil; tht way. "The Aw.'izing1 si-orod 1 a liifi bit ivith liisl niplu's duJieui'C. Tlie ooDH'dy cm Llio bill is furnished} by Charlie in bin two-( red rioi "Tim Owli." This is! one of Cbarlit's'lJuFl. :iud ilmply roi-hs] jjehie's tliamlofi Icyeod ot Ihe Lore- f'nr tlti tbt auilientr Thrills "Ralore abound-in tlio no episode ot "The Ued ititi s of thousand turvrises. 'i hi' are offering a feet ol tllai employed itaTe, the adilltiouz.1 tai anil iiilrauc-ed iosi ot producllon material oqiiitia an en'arc new p.iiy s, irorumr price tlial uilglil have been on a fire-reel ot thw j magnitude aDi.1 Uvishiicsa u( "alreni Holland's Reply Curt July in confer- "SIRENS OF SEA" COSTLY FEATURE 'roljiibly tlic largest im- I'Orlaui. film cosiivany in the industry i is Jewel Inc.. beau- tiful ?ti-act fe.JHire "Sirens of ihe ant] boiv fur U irlll go to ibo needa of pans ot llic provini-e, iulo." qtiotllons which must be Inquired OTTAWA. Jluy. car vice was completely. .Ued up sborlly after 2 p. nt. when crowd pulling trolleys tbe .tars and' sonic or the wires, cuDIG. doiva al the corner of Albert ..and Bank streets. One big Uauk street tar, headed down Queen street, became dor.tiled al Lhe SM'ilcb. Ihc front wheels inking Qucpn strcpl, wbile Uie renr trucks wcrcfen roulo Jown There n bin crowd nt the interECct'on and a near riot, urns caused Iiy the mounted police j drove their horses into the crowds in an cnflcuvor clear tho dway. Some' flshtine occurrei] in ivhlcli employees of the-company fig- ured. _ As soon as the ivirei fell llic cooi- jjany power IIOUER and '.he paver ivas shul off. anil cars all over the system cessed operation. Hepairs were and (he service ivas resu'med n regard lo (his CorivardcJ A. Uuchaoaa, P. Tour to Waterloo was Itl. The new prirc will be bundreil iiounde. The original coistraci was let Dominion for regard to tho proiwsed lourj, (o Water- Ion I'ark wfaen ihe Alborla Motor League inecis here. Ho pointed the importance of Iho eveiil In Uiat Jtr. D. Johnson, of the Trades and Commerce Ucparlwcnl had promised ___....._..........., lhat nimsrwoiiW be taken of the lour j minister of Ju'lror, stated "io- lower price, and negotiations have been going for several weeks bo- tv.-cen Mr. Itallaoljne and represonla- ilyes Qf tho company. Roberlton Knows Nothing OTTAWA, July Hon. IS. D. Ho- vhich would be usert by lliat depart- day (hal he ment in ils tourisL projiagantla. would i be placed in Water Lou I'ark for the use of the visitors j Water Problem I The question of vvateriug the or ,JD actjoa Whlch deparlnzent could taVe at present i regard to HID bliuaLion ill Sydney Mine's, v.-here serious 'unrest, i unemployment, ia reported. Senator Hobcrtsoii saiil he yards, was brought iij) by Mr. Uawdcii J hail not re'celvei'any cominunlcalions ivlio pointed ouL lliat llic which had been recently should havo hccn. begun.earlier. Commissioner rfcech watering I from the steel workers and miners cm j within the last day or two. The clos- ins of I'Je collieries was probably the (hal1 result at country-wide eonrlHions, re the houlovarda. had been "giving him siillluff in a lessening ot tlic demand steel. PAUIS, July alliej war- Jihlus, one each from iliu Jlrili and Unfteil Sinter navies, have lieea ordered 'to proceed lo KJumc. where there have been disorders re cently belwoeh Ilallan troops ami oilier elements'In the force or occupa- tion. Tbe slluallon at Fiume, however is, rcjiortitl !o he mprc quiet. To Invettlgite Fiume allied- gup reme council received' Coilav Major .Cen. air, H. England; pen. '.Naulin, Italy, 'and'Major-Gcn. C. P. Sntnmerall, of forming1 .the tomrnlE- slon to Inveatlgale recsnUiscldsulB The will leave -Paris tomorrow for tho Adrinlic. I Afterward the council heard CapLl Andre ot. France, on the question of llic Austrian and Hungar- ian irontiora; and. concluded Us meet-, "ing tvlfh a dlaciisaioii of the nerial con- vcnlioTi. Thfs, it will be recalled, vraa drafted an inter-allied commis- sion, foroied to study .laws of aerial navigation.1 -but certain' delegations, notably tlie American and Japajjeae. heeded supplementary instructions frum tbcir joverument. The rouncil decided lo ndjourn lur- iliEtussion ol the convention. OTTAWA, July 10-Credentials have, been Extended lo lloii. W. S. Field- infi1 to attend tlie nalional Liberal con- vention in August thit' he will 'nc In' vilieinlance with olLer, Liberals Who lei't'Sir Wilfrid LAnrJer onJJie conscription Issue. Pre- paraHons tor 'tW "convbiiVSon ahare with Ibe prospective cabinet reorgani- zation In keeping Lhe iJolltical. pot boiling Heports recefrej by the con- vention organizers here Indicate that throughout the. various rldlcgs there seems lo be a free mind on the ques- tion'ot the successor of Sir Wilfrid Lnurfer, aa permanent cbJef will represent the United Stales labor .organlzalions al on In- ternational conference of trade unions At "Amsterdam.' The ctyjKrence ia n revival of similar meetings held be- fore the war, with Ijeadquarlcrs at Berlin, DEFENDS CANADIANS OTTAWA, July Asent-dctieral Wade, of Urllish Columbia, Sir 1U11 Calne In the iletcniic ot Can- adlana and n Icdcr (n (fie Times by criticising TIED UP BY MARINE STRIKE July four. shipg of Ihtr.UnKeil Stales ship (ping, board's fleet, and prlvaiclytown- 1 od vessels flying Ilio.. American flat now nt this or dlscliarg ing affect od Iiy the Blrlkc of nnloM and wa- ter (cndera and coal passers. TIu Dlrlkr, was called on Wednesday. The slrlkecrs claim two shipping firmj- hav accepted the uniofi's terms. ilEMPRESSTONffl A well-known cast of Broadway ac- tors and actresses seen lu eupporL Brady in her latest. Select picture, "Her Urcat which conies lo Ihe Empress lhealrenj died soon alter Jn a knllffarjr hoapflai. ,H0 hai 12, :iHISHMAH WON EDGE PENALTY OF SHAM SHOWN IN PICTURE VTcachc 's' "Extravagance" S Sound Lesson The penalty of aliam ia dramatically porlraycd in Ihe lat- est TlioinaB II. luce photoplay featur- ing Ihc brilliant DaHon, ivhlch will Le' aliowi; al Stnrlatul lo- Dlghl anrt tomorroir. The'author, John Lynch, has IflRen for his characters Iho men nnd wo- men of lha aocnu'ngly rich becftuao ihcy live be- yond Ihelr Income'for the sole pur- pose of.trying to makfi others think Ihcy are' what Aey arc nol. Helen Dadslas, "played by Dorothy DaHon, [3 one of these women with tin Initiate desire for clolhes. E Jewels, who spends money faettr lhan htr hushand can earn. II. When he flnda Mmsejf at the brink ot ruin hs turns to her She refuaea :itid On .tho stocfr eichange lie