Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUKSDAY, JUIA 22, 1910 LETHniunr.R DAILY LINERS CAN'T LEAVE BECAUSE OF STRIKE PAGE FIVE iis wardrobe aUe KiuJ Hi l iforni lu Cochranc live 1'rcsiiicnt Wood iinil Democracy CAI-OAIIV. July have Veavd a lot about democracy during tho r.ast four or flvo i-.ll our hare never seen Vial democracy uracllceU. The fact is that people have never yet began 1 to iici deiuocrallcally. inl politics mean's Iho ufOlJlo controlling polit'c-s. imJ we people have never done thai.'' This was one of the Jhoughls ex- pressed by 11. W. Wood, president of ihc United Tanuers of Aloerta. In ncldreJslug Ihb firsl political conven- >n lion called by ihe rnitecl Fnrnjers of v.ds annouoccd early Alhena In a provincial consllluenry noon a( lllc st.couj when a thoroughly representative j r.alherlng of delegates llie Cooh- "rant riding assembled In Nolui's hall lo consider Ihe nomination ol a can- illdaU lo Ihc provincial house to'fill July A. J. An crown counsel, by Information atcHinM radical .-jdtrs arreslcJ during thi; Will-: u'peg general strike', lus P. J.: Oixun. M.L.A., :ir.d ibe four ulic-ns, ivllh whom Ihu imnlieralbn toarrt an: PARIS. -1 remlinets hear tbc government's dc-cltirallon of I lne Us policy, ou which il bad bceii labor lo nouiic-ed a vole of confluence would bo asked. Ibo chamber of ui8l thk morning. Premier Clemen-..... ________ ceau. il developed, was'' not ready lo dealing, of ihi- charge ol 'make his statement ai Ihe luornlug ijvtlies. arcoi'diug Ui an annuunce Keasion. anil the chamber adjourned j made ly Magistrate Nub> at th' unlil Ihc afternoon lu mvall inn pleasure. There was much in ihe ei- peeled1 cleveloiimeula ol the day. lo which great fmpcirlnnce was aliaeh- ed, as il was anilc-lpaled dial Iho mo- tion for an interpellation of ihe gov- eramenl on its general policy, which LIVERPOOL. Ju'> Vir- liially nil Ihe lincis dnp la .-ail from Liverpool today un- able lo leave lhei- 'J'Ki-. rause ot a slriki- of llu- ctor.k Kalinieu. in sympathy with men engaged on tin. drcJst-j. who are out on- strike. IK end of the wuel: il ii ih.il Ibe doc-liir- in l.iv erpool will Join slrikcrj. rina Lu lul" i any oilier roniculiari wouUl lie on'v oidiuary sivuallwi. sume-.nius rmily bit- ami tunny.' i lu riianlin as IRMII Blinds all ,'laushs Tliurstiuy Tlie iur.h in Lift-" >vi meiir i o preli-utuary bearing o.r tbe 1'dboi .PRESIDENT WiLSON'S REQUEST IS NOT AGREED TO I cikllst. had tsiveu. ---------ifjd I lo consider Ihe nonilnatUni of a can- illdaU lo Ihc provincial house to'fill theA-acuur.y censed by Ihe dealli ot tlir- lion. Charles Fisher. After II. V. Wood had bpen til lo the chair. II. (Floral) moved ihnt 'the conveulion endorse Ihc resolution Bdoiilec! at the annual meeting of Ihc I'nlled Farmers of Al hcrta; ;hal the Coollranc rIdlnB was in favor of "laklng Independent demo-. rrallc polillcal action, and in placing !Q a In Ilic field.11 lo Iho j e lime of adjourning for luncheon, hoiv-i over no mimes had been submitted, I hut llicro appears lo bo some fouuda alnlloslv afl. lion for thc-rumor that Ihc choice will real between 11. Sehoficld. A. IlalTand j G. U. lluser. all of Ihc Floral tl'.slrkl The 'llie amnnli'J inforiuaiioii l.r'nss a i-hargo of "Eedirljiis foniplracy' .-iBlinsl William hfU--. A. A. lltius. John 'ljuien. George- Armstrong. 11. E. Itray. II. J. Johns. 11. Itujsell and W. A. I'riu-hanl. >lo Previously ihc men named in atlili I lion to-.Mr. Uixon. Ahiuiazoff. er tonofl. Ulunienucrg and Kchoppelerei. session oi! wcrc chargcil wllh "jediiious Ihis WASHINGTON. July iiouse to President Wih ot the issues on which ibe menl haa bben crillcizcj. Jt ticludc-s, however, persons Titled of crlmcb or offenses uncltr Ilui common lau- and the crimes of irca- son. comniunlcallou the enemy. espionage, ir-adinx wltli Ihe enemy. unlawful price raiai'ais. Aiicculatlon. I conspiracy of an Miorc.'lblii; ualurc- Ihc Inetitalius.o! soldiers lo dis- ico or deserliou. Jt Is esilnni'.- L'iloniir.er IJlK-ni'. formerly by Premier lhat lierfloii-s will cotiic under Ulu meui o! au I'uiled Slales repn-senla- live on -the reparations commission 10 ho uudcr ihc pcam ireaiy. tbe si-'ite'C foreign lomuiii- 1Ee adoulcd a thai ur.lil IhiJ ireaty is ratifii'J "no lo cirry out hs pruvisious. trU'nly ____ ol r.i- -lit- Is funnier ihui evor. with. ..moil of fantaslir. abandon. dm.tcs merrily willi a.dic-rus of IM.IX! nymplis. then, driving herd cf cu.vs a coiiniry road; ami again uy iug 10 steal 11 few moments mori- sh-.-n In the morning afcr his eiuiiliiy'r lu- "SuLnys'do la bound ;o cv'i mure no'pular Iban Charhe'e l.isl n o' Cn-aicr "A Dog's "Shuulii I Ihr. on K lor for il Is mure full of fan j 1 autl 2 .than over. In ro- t AUc- of Ihe pjpular Outi if, j i.rsanixation rcgueAV i p.clijri'p aud Uaumonl _...... apimiul -i t'liristle (.lonu-dy and Mutt .It-ff tnrloon' nnd llrillsh Palhe includes a pk-uire oi ihp H-J-t '.2 on ht-r- irans-Ailaulii' ;r ui Urejle.si Ttiiiij; is .Mariir, ;i .id uf it'iuilation anil ipuhi .Malier bad nf iho sconn hi- so faiitifiill> im-uriiu'au'.l in' rcalis tir .-lorv. A COMPARISON OF MINSTRELS Minr.r.-ls ire not all alike TCP U? nlA- to ih'inonslrn'c Ihls tin' jjub- Ii'- to ultt-'inl Harvey iL it at lui.l mtilcrial UKM! and llie skill of ihe sisuinji Uil- wurk uas a miusirel ai is itie Harvey liii'a'.-.'r Mirslrels. out for i; lu bi- auy difu-rcjll would he uol lo in line willi tins hiifh class i-uler- l Hi null; n I ofteied. Thero are a couple of mertiuritms '.vhiu- but llii'ir s.mess largely upou '.lieii- jbiliiy to imitate tlie colored I '1 lieu-fure. tlie uiayageulent of liie Harvey llre-KUJr .Minstrf-ls i-oni'olv- I r-d llu- o( asK'UlblillK (urlv leaih' natural ami capable cf lhat and an mi- UMjul nrp.Kiiizatiou Is iLc ro I TlK' iilei of Ihe Creole Uc-auly Cli'iru> B willi Mr. Harvey. ASK SERBS TO D. W. GRIFITH'S MASTER PIECE, "THE GREATEST THING IN COMING TO STARLAND CTARLANO A All Procfuclloru C-iar.nleed. JM.E> I PAIUS. July Serbian: are lo he asked by the supreme inlcr allied council lo withdraw from ihe Klagvn- In. Austria, hiiic? it has Rinking among ihe very f-jiemosi been .divided lo bold a iilc-biic'ilii Of Ailicrkan niolioa pirtil.'e produi there, ihe Journal loilay. j (.rs Wart (Jriffilh has prodm I cd nuineruua ttreen djssii-s wliil-u DULGAfllA AND GREECE i tlallj aK usemplar-i of Ih-J Ijosi Ihc CAN'T COME TO TERMS j na PAIUS, July jioluliun of Ihe SISTERS JUMPED FROM BOAT AND DROWNED territorial dlEpule between Greece and UHlgiTla was given (lie .supreme.1 liiltr- alllEtl ccuncil today hy Foreign Jllu- Ayiiinsl Discrimination Tittoni. of Italy, apponiieil 10 rcporl on Ihe question. SlB'iur Titloni the council lliai il was impossible to :-clllc (he ctispule by direct agreement 1'nilesl Shown by, liohson Canmiission iMeds AT THE COLONIAL MAIL SINCE. WAR LEAVES U.S. FOR GERMANY NEW YORK. July Twelve hull- 1 drej sacks ol mail Icr Ucrmany. llie I first lu be sent to lllal couniry since! Ihc Vnrled Slntcs onicrc-cl llie' war, "ivcrc- curried by .Ihe Scandinrirlaii AmiricaA Line ilearucr United Slates. I ivhicli sailed tlila'aftcrnoon for Copen-l liagen. Front Denmark Ihc wall will he sent overlnnd to.Uermaiiy. lDcllirt-1 td in the shipment were iOO pactases j o! food scnl hy of lloboken.; -N.J which Ips a large Germail- i ALierican population. MANY DEPOaTATIONS FROM WINNIPEG! WiSSIPEU. Jnly linmigralion j officers arc daily dcportinc; lltldcsir- iiblc alicna from the country and pmsecullnE olfctst-s commitlcil against tlie ImmlEr-.ition Act, il was 'olficlally slaled ul- the Imiuisralion offices Inclay. I A new amendment lo the immigr.v; Lion laivs. il vas pcinled out. now proTicles-a ('no of or ihrcei months' iinprlsonmcnf for supplying I false information to the1 Inmlieralioii! officers at Ihc ports -of entry C'nuacla. i VANCOUVER, July 22. double drowning tragedy occurred In English Bay noon today when two Eislerij Annie and Nellie Hunter, of 1790 Robson St., aged 31 and 36 yeart, ritpe'cllvely. 'are declared lo hive Jumped over- board from a i-owboat which they had rented a few Tnlnute's before. According to eye witnessel, one of the women was seen to jump into The water when half a mile from shore, fcllovwd..a. few. moments later by her sister.. A .letter ad- dressed to a brother, written by one of the women, staled that she was brokenhearted because the "man to whom she vwas' was going lo marry another girl. The have not yet been re- covered. WINXIPEC, July lives of thu nosl.ll workers' union ap-' Uef-ic llurnscale. on the pcarcJ before Ihe llobson commission', screen ot the Colonial Theatre tocluv made a stntemenl protest- 'light in Her latest I'aralU lay. at- agaiuBl Ihe discriminalion shown riolisiu." which was especially wrillen by the government in nol Ihr; who had been on strike un-l on Ihc record of the commission an emphatic denial Dial 1 ihe workers in declaring for ihe symrmllieilc strike, did so to sup- ihus far l Ilic world. It is perhaps unnecessary lo srale lhat -Mr. Oriffilh oreaved wonder pieces. "The IJirtii ol a Xa "Intolerance." "Hearts of ,tho AVorliJ" and "The tireal all of which lire brilliant evidences of I.... artistry and painstaking attention lo detail. There is; as much difference be- tiveetl (JrKfllh pictures and the ordin- ary screen producltons. only those of Cecil Millc, Thomas and Maurice Tourncur, as there is between Iho PcTar night and the t brassy sun ot the Iropirs. The Griffilh i piclure. in poinl of collceuliou. breadih of idea, splendor of execution, artistic porlrayals, maEsivoncss, phol- ogi-aphy and genci-nl excellence Is un-! excelled. In his new Ancrafl port n ovcnienl for a soviet fora, at ovcrnmenl nty or [or any rc. for her by 11. 11 Kldcl and Jane Holly, anil will also he seen again lonight nnd Wclncsilaj1. Probably no photoplay oilcrmg in I "Tho Grealcst Thiug in IJfe." all H'hicll lllis giftcJ llii appeared1 dualities Of production which made llr. UTltlllli famous, are ricblv in cvideuee. The Ihenm of this suiiorb picture, v. deals willi love and war. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND D. W. GRIFFITH'S GREAT STORY OF VICTORY THE WAR PICTURE THAT'S DIFFERENT BARRAGE CREEPING bus Elver, her fur disi.layh.K Her rare His I npiiir _ l.y I1..1U does .his ve h.clc. ,s not QUEBEC JAIL GUARDS MAY GO ON STRIKE Lional nalui'e. i The statement made by. J. K.' Ellrick, jjeueral secretary of llio Poi- 1 lal Workers1 Union, who was support- being made daily cd b. onn of the uele-; war. the s .ion who went t} OlUwa. aurt W. J. tluyd. a member of Ihe exet'.ullvc of Ihe union. 1 Ernest liobinson. sccrclary for Ihc Trades anJ Labor Co-jncil of Winni- peg, nl'so appeared before Ilic rom- L----------, thai patriotism and love ol coun- i that me scrr-RU has borne, Iry Ihrnugh w'hich men regain their also a highly draiuaiic F.ouls atld after many trials, find them-; e maiiv samfices which are] fclvea, constilulo the grealest thinK clurin- the presenl insofar as Iho material vcl-, fare ot huinanily is concerned. Mr. Griffith has produced another photo D.W.GRIFFITH PRESENTS I ALLEGES COHB'INE IN 1 PLUMBING SUPPLIES! OTTAWA, July 21.--Tliat an clabor-j combine is responsible for advanc-1 ing prices in all kinds of sanitary and pliitnbing supplies, is the statement: in an inlcrvitw wilh the cosl ot living coicmlEEioner, Mcl-'all. who ha! j prepared cridente which, in his opiu-. ion, leads lo llial conclusion. "At (his lime." he sain, "when llio excessive, price of building nialerials'is working such hnrdslilps, Ihe activities of this] combine arc particularly pErnicious." j WINDSOR CARMEN AGHEF. TO RETURfi TO WO.RK Onl., july ti two-hour conference liern last eve-1 ning. reprpsenlalivcs of tho Elritlne j carmc-.i liautlert A. D. Ingram, of rallway bonrd and acllng manager of! Iho slrect railway Company, a signed statenieni Ihut-thcy would return to work and abido by the spirit of Ihe I agreement under v'hlch they rceumtii I operation ot the cars for a few hours 1 Saturday. Upon these conditions j service was resumed Ibis ntornlnR. ilotorman Thornc, whoae suspen-' sion for violating Iht company's rules caused Ihe Lie-up, has been reinEtalcd. -MONTREAL, July Herald says a meeting is to be held In fa few "days of delegates (rcm ?JI parlt of Quebec repre- senting prison guards and court- houie nuardians lo discuss the question of a'itrike. K claimed that belwetn" varioui kirldt are affect-N ed and that they alleae the prom- lie of higher waget made them lalt winter not beon.fulfilled. Thsy claim ,'lhat their- wagrs from 560 a rnoplh and they want a'tX'Wttlse. VETERANS DEMAND REPEAL OF PROHIBITION HAMILTON, Ont, July East Hamilton veterans at a largely-attended meeting on a standing vole, to a man demand- ed immediate repeal ot prohibi- tion. The. resolution said: "We would like to "point out to the oovernment thafwe' made all these sacrifices for democracy Win our opinion we are rot get- tins as much show in that direc- tion as the Gtrmant got In Ger- many before the war.. We go on record In demandino that this war. mtature bt reminded at once aE it it an Infringement ,pn the rijMl of the people." WESTERN MF.N ON BOARD ore- inu i uiu- 1 mission and made a stalement i.i ivorlO. I which ho (ondemncd the cliscrhnini i lion being shown by employers in Vfln-' JIFI nipes-includinB the city of I Nf men who had held official I 'V Ihe L-ouflitt rto not enter into ilic iilot, uul merely furnish a bstVgrdund for a theme whicli is jiei mealed vnlh.roman- (il: moments wliorq lure ot counlYy iiretlominales over all in" ih' positions in the unions before the Utrikc and who had been strikers. j i The .witnesses were cross-examined i bv P. L'. Wilson. K.U., who is aaaistlns I i Coniinissioner Jtobson in taking cvld- lerico. None of them, however, were 1 placed under oalh. LABOR M.P.P. SUFFERS STROKE HAMILTON, OnL. July Allen i Smdholmc, labor member In the lesis- latnre for East 'Hamilton', suffered a slight stroke last evening, and for 11 time his conilUion was consiilorcfl ser- ious. Today 51r.'Sludholrue i-s great- ly Improved nutHs in no immediate I danger. SBDBSfll LmiBis Ihnn ever in.Chai lie's brand now mil-1 lion rtollET ChuNiil coiucuy. "Sunny- stiii'" which is b30k.ed.to play at the Kmiiress for three .days more this week, lonighl. Wednesday ami Thurs- day. One when viewme a new Cihaplin I'onieily. where Chanlln can possibly "U llis 'for IauEh" TO-NIGHT CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN "Chase Me Charlie11 "THE TERROR OF THE 'RANGE" EPISODE THREE, AND BRITISH OFFICIAL GAZETTE IheGreatestlhinginlife An Artcraft Picture ALSO GEO. GOODERHAM TO OPPOSE LIBERAL LEADER OTTAWA. July ntlUlla de- parlmenl has hcen advised .that tin: slpamshln Wnilredlan sailed on Jnly IS for CniLda ivlth offl- 1 cepTnml men on board: ,3he Is due tv limit" on Iwnrtl will bt.' demobilized at Cal- glry, six olficcra aha SI men. TOnONTO. July Is announc- ed lotlay that.In the shortly to bo held provincial general election, Ucorge II. Cooderham. Conservative, may I r-------- oiiposo llarlley K. P. P. MOU.XT CLBMKNS, Mich., July 22. recently'elected provincial leader of _Kiamiiiallon 6t. Henry Ford hy Al- H'ENRY IN FRIENDLY HANDS, the' Liberal opposition. 31r. Dewarl now ails lor Kouthwesl Toronto. WASIIINOTON, July Heavy reinforcements have been onlcrcl from Camp Mead tcw.asht tlie local pollen nnd the mllllary. provost guard In Wmhington In prevenl a repetition KiHolt 0. Stevenson lor Ihe Chicago Daily Tribune, defendant iri Mr. J-onl's lihtl was tcrmuialcd tortay and Intfrrosation 'passed Inlo the friendly hands o( AI- (rcd Mr. ford's reraoiial nl- COLONIAL FATTY ARBUCKLE In His Latest Two-tleel Scream Adulls 35c, Children We; Evenlnas, Adults 50c, Children 25c; Saturday Matinee, Children 5c. FIVE PIECE ORCHESTRA AND SONGS BY MR. G. E. FLEMING EACH EVENING. THl'S IS ONE OF THE BEST GRIFFITH DUCTIONS BIRTH OF A NATIpN" L'-llian Gish and Flohcrt Ilarron are Ihe stars niid'are by a cast of unusnsl "The Greatest Thing in Life' p educed, at an enormous eipen'se and is vylthoul tfouU one of the greatest productions-of the wizard of scrceucraft, D. W. Gnlfith. Tonight Tomorrow THE SEASON'S BIG DRAMATIC SENSATION Bessie Barriscale v In'ihe plar of and honor "PATRIOTISM" TO Bivu up father, hroihcr. houic-all'ihat is dear your pro'H Is patriotism. ALSO SHOWING Roarino 2-reel L-KO Comedy Colonial Orchestra, Fealrjrfns "Llrihl Cavalry." by "Gym. Bells and Boneheatfs' Usual and lOc BRANDON OPENS BRANDON, July Slanltolja ]irfj of the race rloln of Ihc naal Ihrce j vlnclal eshlblllon opened nt noon lo-! nfglils. While refusing to jivo theidny. Tho fair is lo be formally open- j number of' Iroof.s ordered here. Sob-.cd'al p. m.. Tiiesilay, uy Ilrls.- 1 rctiiry of War nakcr salil number] Oen. Kolrlion. C. C. M, C., fiCnernl waa "subslanllal." I offlfcr.conimandinE II. D. Xo. 10. i MANITOBA' FARMERS 1 USE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS PREFER RETURNED' MEN WINNIPEG, July 2: help Is bding sent out from llie Dominion em- ployment office here In falf numbers. Wagca average J75 a nipnlh. DAy wanes arf! expected to run and "J5 a day for hnrvnsl work: Fnrraers afc osjircaa.lng H prcfcrenco for re- turned soldlerfl.. Dominion. employment official.1! stalo llinl there will bo no ahorlaje of harvest help In Ihls province pro- vided reasonable wages aro offered, though at'present there aro many-un- filled orders (or mcnMn llicfcmploy- mini ofllcci. TO_PREVENT ATTACK 1 WASI1ISOTQN', July The fed- eral soTernrnenl inlerrened lo prevent a recurrence of tlio made Saturday nnd Sunday clghl by sailors anil marines ngalfist negroes in retaliation for asia'ulla hy reeroos on ivhllo women 'in Mils city. After n conference between Secretary of War Baker and IKe local governing anlhorlt'os Ihe army 'provost guard was restored lo duty. The poKco nulllbrUles "H'nnovinced that 5lO solillers and marines would alii Ihe polled In nalrolltnc .Ihc strceln lonhjhl. Wholesale and netail Aflcnt JAMES DALRYMPLE 715 Third Slreel A., South, Lelhb'ridge, Alberta Who hat known and this preparation for miny years. Price Paid A Chemist o( Ions csricrtctice wrltts as follows: "In my opinion, none of tho widely Advertised Olnttiienls romparo willi INDIAN 11AI.M for value and TOMORROW THURSDAY EMPRESS you aro assured oT the besl in nys. It cosU no more, why be misled. Positively First Showing In Lelhbrtdge 35c; Children, all matinccE, 5c, and Evening 10c. Charlie Chapi in Sunnyside f.