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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TlIl'llSDA Y.JULY 21, 1910 VI IK HERAin REGINA VOUNG MAN DROWNED AT KENORA Mr. Domir Law added. As to JEilators, is not leader Baid ll.ere KE.N'OIU. Ont.. July Floyce agea 23, son of W. lloycc. ml- ila-t street. Itejina, lost his llfo at tile. Y. M. C. A. island, about 7 o'clock tljls morning, llu jumped Into tho lake, hla u'oruliig which was beyond Ills] enlli anutank lo the bottom. Tho i PAGE FIVE BOARDS OF CONCILIATION FOR RAILWAY TROUBLES i OTTAWA. July 21.-The hoards ot 1 conciliation named by. Iho minister of labor to deal wilh street railway trou- bles in Toronto and Montreal and whose deliberations were suspended when the employees went out on strike have both been instructed to Ilia iromlllK whk-li beyond both been inslrll'.-leu to resume deiilh anutank lo Hie bottom. Tho, r cad.' v ork and bring down ihelr Sliding bo'lv was shortly alter, bill Counsel in Tiwl ot Mr Ke l.cao same I'o'was eitintt. DeceaEcu was taking ers aj Winnipeg -Makes I OKUr iu case ot the board wluti IrainlnE course promoted by tbe Irr-us'ltion i was dealing wilt tho dispute of tin PA. ACCUaailon .....___ coinnain ta the coal 110 CmiOISV m except (here had been an addll onlo the ranks of the the Nal- Emphasizes Six Points in Con neclion With Peace Treaty and League of Nations WASHINGTON1. July one o bid letters lo W. H. HiJpub national chairman, Ki-Presiden Tall severely criticized President W I son for his "Lankan course- durln Iho war and in the negotiations ami gave the Impression lhat. no great oi'puBitloo Is to ho reared to aiiy nor- llim ol the peace treaty, eicepl lhe league covenant. The Shaunluug pro- vision has beeii tbo subject ot Tonight, Tomorrow. Saturday At 2; 4, 7 and 9.30p.m. i _ SAYS UNION GOV'T SACRIFICED THE HUDSON BAY RIAILWAY TUB I'AS, Man., .July 1 A- Union lhe lluil Carmanla nav Railway for branch line con-! NEW YORK-SOUTHAMPTON clscwhero. In the west, of Mauritania which only n small portion be lloyal Ceorgo' NEW was chargi'.l' by J. A.' Camp 'saxonla. via aril ji. in- a public address here Havre.................AuBA -'.llaat" nishl. He wcnV'nri to Bay. lhat; NEW government had'made'huge votes i Caronla via Cherbourg.......Aug. 3' of money) (or nubllc-works in order. Caronia v a u soow ,0 Eive eniplovraenL to labor anil In lhe i ,.'samo breath almost, lhe government -J lllal It 1tas 1mp3ssihle lo labor for the completion of lhe ''Ji Hudson Bay Hnihvay. Columbian Sclndla :NEW P'aiinonia 2S n j TOHONTO, .lul'r Salurn a escaping from custody, Vera do' Sswrnla....................-Del. WM Iwo CuEsamlra n. months at the'Jail farm on dial VERA LAVELLE (JETS TWO MONTHS ON JAIL FARM Cassandra...................Sent: 24 .Oct. M Drafts, Money Orders nnd Cahlo RenilLlancca. For full Information npply 16 any H. II. and 3- S. agents, or-to Com- pany's Olliccr SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main charge and a similar sentence im- posed on her by Judge Coataworth on the chargo and abetting Frank McCullough lo cscaiic.. are lo run concurrently, promised his honor thai she would The She i.noi'Uj- lo eiicape. Tunisian MONTREAL Scandinavian Mlnncdosa L'orslcan Mollta scotlnn Mlnneilosa W. C. 364 Main St.; 10 a.m ..V....Ailg. 7 ........Aug. 8 ........Aug. II ........Aug. 23 '........Alls. 25 ........Sept. S -0 General Agent; Tel.. Main CANADIAN pacific SERVICES, CONFERENCE OF MILITARY MEN WINSIPIM, My 0. K Foster, minister of trade and com merce, has called n conference lo ho htld In Ottawa'mill-week' of rallllnfi heads to discuss lhe Canadian, mill ng Induslry problems, Including the marketing ol this year's wheat crop either "ns grnln or Hour. Among those from ivh will nttcnil Iho conference arc W. A Malhcjon.'. wcilern manngcr ot th Ukc'oflho Woods HIlllnK Ccmpan) and Jjmea Stewail, of lhe Whci Export Company. COBALT QUIET COBALT, Onl., July pra llcally all mining operations susiien ed na tho result ot lhe slriko, th town was iiulet this afternoon. Senator Koherlson has nollllcd I mineral union lhat, following Lhp fa lire of Ills suggestion for a board "condllallon, lhe Irtor departntonl c do nothing further at present. II lh" Blflnit peflomann of the orll' liftflt Btar-7-XOXHOK H-IMS- BVRT liw "TUB "TH IT nr.VIIi PATKESL" wii ether., ke Ov'.VlC- TVIlh br ITMle.l al.n iloHn, voo'H limelf tpnun infpcnor, tio of hl< I.K1 OK VICTOSV." Uoo'l mill I Exlra Sptpial Comedy Charlie Chaplin "Sentimental Charlie" SVecls ot LatiHlt, Yclla, llowla, Hoara. ALSO MARIE WALCAMP IN- Kplsodc 10 COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA. THE BIOGEST SHOW IN 1 TOWNi Usual Prkei, 25t and 10e. D.W.GRIFF1TH Presents TheGrealest Thing inlife y AS GREAT AS "HEARTS OF THE WOkLD ALSO "Fatty Arbiickle in Campjng Out" HIS LATEST TWO-REEL LAUGH FEAST SPECIAL ORCHESTRA AND SONGS BY MR. G. E. FLEMING EACH EVENING Matineei 35c and lOc; 50c and 2Sc. Ad SPECIAIMATINEE SATURDAY-CHILDREN 5 CENTS v ;