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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, Jl'U' 23, 1919 LCTHflumr.B DAILY PAGE FIVK Ileporl of AJan, Who InvesU-j nude. PRESIDENT WILSON AND THE SHANTUNG PROBLEM WASHINGTON, July In- quiry at the Willie House today concerning published reports that the Shantung provision ol the peace treaty was President Wit- son's solution of the problem, brought neither conlirm- ation or denial only the merit that no comment would be MINSTRELS VANO THE WAR TAX Harvey's appear in itiis city a' Kraut e her a young gfrtut with a i.r uy (Mivtry l [ouitil -In- h [.ri-si'iHs UiFli as ;t rollicking h irl. 5-iif liovilcii. half dreamer, Hri J sulor. Hui he M lalfctr, M'hii la homesick' for hi aimed for lUe in her Ainu's shop, Aucrii-an pirl wouder- u IK-IV Ju-ro 10 t-oa- wjuM mi garlic, and (he disc for Ihc Uniltd States Government WASHINGTON. July J. Mooney did not, tice In his trial at San FrancLtco for 'alleged connection with the -preparedness day bomb exploilon, according to' a report of John R. Dtnsmorr, former tpecial apcnt of Ihs department of who the cait for ihe gov- ernment. The report, dated Nov. 1918. to the house today in response'to a ress- lutlon. Senators who discussed the Shantung provision with the president staled thai they had been told that Premiers Lloyd George and Clemenceavjiad re- ported to the president that they were bound by the agreements of their governments with Japan and Inat ''I the -Unanise statesmen were to be converted to 'any other views the president himself would liava to undertake the Jllempt, II was futile, the senators said they were lold. and 1'ony LLfj.........- D yuunr, iri ia a iVclirJii of refci' of fcci'.ou o[ ihr 'Muniry remember Hit ol'l hroush ilritlsb Coin: and u the flLiurncv-'a oIHro (o touduct a li- j leasts ami the narjugeiniMii of s iliuc- in Ef-curius; "SunnysiJc" (or .yieir pairons ai ill-- carlicsl inomoi.i nhtr il-. York date-. S'x AT THE COLONIAL THREE DAYS STARTING THURSDAY fast, and wtst u WMI iy was reJiiunilf'd uniil July 2: I Tbt vomau uf licr wuun.l. "Kssi I Salisljury's first I'ul- vursal Sjiecial aKrard'oii. American girl. JtcoJ fai-o to Taro with T.ehua. darh-sticned maid of trop- ical island nt Tafufu. uheit she nae TO chiim ami reclaim Lieut, floor go lllciitrin, U. S. from ihc "Tlje'rcadloK of tho em Canada, vislliiiK all I'.ie I Mv.. as Jpail when Ills Iiolnes. Helen- Is son ul ica Win on Ilih deserl l'-ic lulu Harry Howe. uniMlmc' cnviisr iilyin? Msr v.'lUiess: sorry array; of uicrt ami u-omcu brouebl forwirj (u prove mailers of fact in a i case of sravosl Imporlance; the seem-; TAKE A REFERENDUM July Utives of the triple' alliance of Brlllih labor bodies decided today to tike a referendum, among momberc, on the politlcai de- of Orltieh labor, including BuUiiuVlk inlervention, the release of conscientious ob- and the U52 of Ihe miJi- tary In labor ditputei. The sirl from llie States Jad becu j liis fiancee; the maid of (lie Souilt Pji- t-lflo had been his common-law :i .._.....- 'Mm gin he needed ID roaXo him forget liis dlsgrary. 1 Each claimed the of iho man ELECTIONS ARE IJKKi'A' of N'orrlB t ilowe'A and lie Is yoiK-eiled to be the i-ouiury's roie- mosl antmal educalnr. Ml w'liler Hfelevv lias nepn wortini OH (he Bullcr -Sioeh Kactbjand UaU plied wonwn s ancient Jon Sail Jitftii In the tUaLtf of i lirofesslon in onler 10 supply iVasiimaloii., Assisted a siaH ot 1 pontpetenl auiinul irainers, he jbccii worXinE from parly mornlnz Irealv for [of Jealousy fit Ilic to ihis i Tliis only one of the many bis jt'iou of niiSinal actors will have Ibc situations "The I-Eslit of Victory.' 'rjiliurluiiiiy of icsuHs based on George Hull's 'itdcw's work. At cacJi pcrroruiaiiirc j Scrlbuer's Magazine siory, "IlrcnthcJ lUiu vprpaiilc trjiucr direct Uiir There a Man." lij'-tlve iMinies uf nil sizes ilk a suyerh miliiai-y thrill. It. Impos'iiljlc since Chaplin's comedy fenlure, "Shoulder firsi-shown al llie tJinprcss he. presentation of is sure to i.rjvo. uno of llie most non rilin atiraclioDa evc-r offered In Tfcc maiiiiifeiiu-iil are callinj! special Btteulion to.tbft inatineo [lerfonuanco! Ihls so thai all l.citibriJde theatre Icivi; an oopor tu.iily 10 see this roarlnB Ibree-ac; Chapl'n comedy. In addition to "Sunnyside." ihc lat- release of the. famous- Ouliuq fhester series, a >lutl. and Je.lf car-! toon couiedr anj tlie latest British i News Weekly are also being' snoini on tlic Rnjpress programme. LILLIAN GISH HAS CHARMING ROLE IN JBIG GRIFFITH FILM To see Mlsa Lillian Dish BE Jean- ellc in "Tiie Ureatcsi Thing in COLONIAL COOL AS ICE Last Times Tonight Bessie Barriscale IN "PATRIOTISM" Tlifr Seaion't Dramallc llon. ADDED ATTRACTIONS 2-REEL L-KO COMEDY AND BONE) HEADS" Alio SCREEN MAGAZINE 1 und COLONIAL ORCHESTRA Featuring "Light Cavalry" by Suppe- Usual Prices, !5c ant! 1DcJ IF STATELY DIGNITY Js rour choice for a monniueDt we aru ready tti subniU a variety ol designs. Lethbridge Monument Works Sib Street, Srulb, R. Ncedi. (rouble, jnUiEflstlon. burn-1 evidence of llie_ government's in-! ,lie ful) jcnBlii Or a SHS, Tiloallng. etc.. iM-e .0 arrange for Ibe holding of i wirc lu mid air. Kidhif lo an excess ol hrrtrctbtoru; aciil as earTy as possible. (monkeys riding -does, dogs tuat thtt-stomacb unit not as some, uellpvcj Tnis corner iu Iho form of jlhe loop.'dot's ivfco do the sXirl dr.nce j lo a lack of dlgcslivc juices. Tho'_del--a bill reducing the number of. parlaa-1 xnil flags, logcUier wltb :i lut' cate. llnlnE Is irritated, districts ip the ilopLirlnicnt of, thai la lion is'dclaye'l and (ood anurs, Seine, palpably .in jihliclpatlon of !jatcd by ihc women (hft "fllsaercealilc symptoms wlt'ch preliminary Soiac of the every stomach sufferer knows sol leaders, liicluding fortnDr well. are aUrtlng a move- Artificial ini, necJorl mQU( to rc-e.-ttaljUsli for elections .1 In such cases and inay ih> real poaliiion of llic lefL and extreme chiMrtii. Try laying asi'lc. nH find inslcn'il get (rom, iiny few ouncnn of Itlsuratecl a leaspoontul ii Rlass oT water riEliL after eating'. This iweeleus Ihu slomath, prevents th-i i farmation ot eiccs.1, ncid and llicrn, is no sourness, gas or Kisural-' cd (In ;p3Wder or lib let IlqitM or inllhj is Ifcss lo Iho stomach, lo alda the radicals, tlic radical nigglsL'a" socialists and the Socialists. Magnesii q'-javl Duller has with him this year a [ally j developed pony actually only thlrly-six inclies high. The shows tarry 'about.1100 head ol .trained :uiinialsr and .n j total of people, .-.vhile Ihc iierfor niancc is further by ndrinion of some cirtu- acls, serial artists. HOSPITAL-SHIP ARRIVES PORTLAND, Maine, July Tbd i perlurmers. N'o circus would ue-com 1 hosuilal shin Efsequiho is reported j rlele- without clowns and Ihe manage J jicrc Krid-jv noou C5J nienl have with lliem llils The Ifooni 'of Governor Frank 0. jotfOen ol 1 Hindis', for the republican lake av.d is ite most efficient form of j nomination has been iiiAjncssi-a for stoniath purposes.. 11 launched in Washington, by Coneresa- iliou5ands of people who on- man'Frank lj. Sriiiih', who' is also llic Joy their meals "no more [eav o[ vert. chairman nJ the Illinois' state central republican committca- llr.rry La Verne, velerun circus j anil rissteled Ij.v" a Iroupc oi fuii makers. Bnllers Concert Tlaar" I give dally band conceila in eon junction wild each iicrfoj-nianrc. Visitors to Iho .grounds Lirp allowed IfleuLy of time to inspect die aninialt? before tlic ncrConnancc starts. and S y.a. COLONIAL 3 DAYS START- ING THURSDAY Dont Miss TWs ODAMA OF A LOST SOW. WHO WON DFATHLE55 GLORY feaiurmg Monroe Salisbury greatest that a human beinij.can know are in this, thrilling, uplifting tremendous dranin you must oat miss. ALSO SHOWING MARIE WALCAMP IN GLOVE EPISODE 10 CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN "Sentimental Charlie" TWO REELS OF SOLID LAUGHTER COLONIAL CONCERT 6RCHESTRA Uiuil Prlcei 26e ant lOc The War Picture That's Different! THE STORY OF VICTORY BY THE MASTER MIND WHO PHODUCED "The Birth of a "Hearts of the "The Great Love" ANp OTHER IMMORTAL PICTURES LILLIAN GISH.AND ROBERT HARRON ARE THE STARS IN DWGR1FF1TH Presents The Greatest Thing in Life An APTCRAFT Pi g ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE in "Camping Out" J HIS LATEST TWO-REEL SCREAM cnr A ni A o DAYS, COMMENCING O 1 AKL TOMORROW, Thurs. SPECIAL ORCHESTjlAL AND VOCAL MUSIC EACH EVENING Matinees: Adults. ,35c, Children. 15c Evenings: Adnlis .50c, Children. ,25c l Performances at 2, 4, 1 and 9.30 p.m. Daily. EMPRESS-CHAiLES CHAPLIN in brand-new film, very funny 3 roaring acts Todav and Tomorrow liATKS'i' OL'TiXd-t'liKSTKii I'lriTUK. AXI.I bv.vv. (iHliis'fU': .jinrrisn lUMTISll AXD WOULD tt'inr, XKivs. I'liiCKS rue AND lOc, ;