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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATL-iWAY.JUL.Y2C, U1MFHMS 'THE I.F.THBIUDGE HEIUI TJ PAGEFIVR SATIRE ON THE SIDESHOW I enthusiasm alter her vacl same name trf Mar the star on, but she's also gowns galore. will be tliown nc-it Monday, and Wednesday al the Colonial tuea War Uavld W. Griltil. International Leaders Held Con- fei-ence With (lie Coal Commissioner If They Don't Sellle troubles the Supreme Peace Council Will Julian plays both the dead mau und muosltoft The picture Is baied ot The mine workers''of.iclals-stiii re- main 111 Ignorance as to what action will be taken liy Commissioner Arm- clrong hi respea lo settling the strike. Internalional Organizer I) anJ Inlernallonal Board i' Dalrvinplc ot Macalcflor. Julv supreme ..L yesterday's silling decided mt the Poles and Czechs 10 davs In which to reach an agreement keen personal interest In her for ill" lie Voting. As V no n o cemeBt ha, been arrived Mttle thc difficulty. also centered the week.'is a wonderlul BDoiwiay. win jn (Ws nlerils wl ,he crei-lln high Quality of the acllne in lier byjhe Am reiuk'tlie .uperlor triran Him Company. In Iho supporting cast with MUi is kilfed ov accident, but in] voung naE cuarmta uc. everv.wav I Fisher are seen. Jack Mower. J. Kar rf" that Richard ,cmale admirer, and male admir rote, and the suppT l.ule Warrenton an I K'coard Olwell, a publisher who I, about to desert his. wife tor another -rrauliv Jhanucd is __ I mid her adinir rolei ai fpHcwHronvlcti dins M, mil ui Hatton imper- blcX'u> nuVinr Select Plciur., with World.' is posiible via screen. o eec the dead man. whom he close that a meeliug has been held be ween (ho commissiouer, Secretary McNeil ot the Western Coal Operators assoc- iation, and Ihe afore-mentioned niem- befj but what the outcome ot the meeting wa? the miners' officials have no knowledge. Mr. Uallanlyne on Friday informed Tlio Calgary Alherlnn thai Ihe Inter- naiTona1. members were in Calgary for the purpose ot looking into thc situa- tion here, and would report lo Mr. Armstrong- In Ihe meai.liiucthey Tie council also coiumereu me jeaj man. whom lie cioii.- garlic treaty upon Ihe lie is aided '.u this by j lion, concerning >nd lne tia in" and Olivell hoth __i Tiriinner-; ol niu-ull It ml announced Ills I naval, air and military priiouers war. which are essentially Ihe same as are embraced in the German treaty. Approval was given lo the British suggestion-that tho should bq asked lo testify about merclian! ships sunk by their suBtaarines. reiiucsl from the German govern- ment lhat a commiltee of Polos and] AT jJAjESTIC1. me (AVI iuo.1 beards and Olwell had announced Intenllun of Kiuorltii; hit. "The Fire Fllugcr' will be shown together wllh good comedies. Spicla musical -selections have lieon for by Chas. Uereslord. director of the I Colonial Orchestra. Germans be permuted to ineel in lln to dlsc.uia questions arising from of boundaries. very very lew of the people: nvght the. adjustment ot boundaries, was "llr lhc admin- conaldered by (he'council A reply as n o d ,R was sent to-acrnmny that Inc great I powers also will hi the wouM were waiting.Ihe arrival of Samtie Caddy ot Washingion, IB osjierted l.erc'niiy lime now. Mr llPlIantyne _ _------- Bays lhat no action will bo taSen ,vhich yrllljie arranged as til'Ihe nrrival ot the other members, pratlicable. of the committee.'. N'o once has-as-yet been had with the} coal commissioner, said Mr. llallantyne and at Ihe present juncture he had no ttatement to make lo the press .re- garding the situation here or thc tions iietween district IS and the Inter- j national. Koganl.lnjs "ho delay m mectlns wjlli llie miners, iho boanl member said lhat it rested entirely .R'ilh tho coal cominissloncr. EDMONTON.'July show- The Eire Flingers or personally. Indeed the whole country v.-ou.d: 'icon bEL-omc dormant, disheartened i end exhausted by the monotony ot at-. tairs and the cares ot the limes if It not tor the source ot recreation I and temporary mental relief afforded bv Ihe amusements. .Hi Inc centre ol j Inla wonderful government machinery fmcs. where almost miracles a-e being planned and directed, in the j city o! Washington, the amu.-ieinenl buslneis is thriving as- never br-tore in ills hisloi-y. Pracllca'.ly every one o our high otficlals niake a week y v, i o Ihfc Ihcatre-lhey are forced to do. THE TREMENDOUS FILM VERSION OF THE FAMOUS SATURDAY EVENING POST STORY. YOU'LL BE THRILLED BY THIS GREAT PIC- TURE RLAY. DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT, OS YOU WIL'L MISS THE TREAT OF YOUR LIFE. THERE IS NO MORE ROMANTIC FIGURE IN THE WORLD OF MOTION PICTURES THAN RUPERT JULIAN. DIRECTOR AND STAR Of, SUCH PRODUCTIONS AS "THE KAISER. THE BEAST OF AMD "THE FIRE FLING- ERS." 'seconds, A full practice lacrosse play Is caned' for Monday night at T o'clc-ik al Eckslorm Park. Alter precise a meeting of nil con- cerned will bejltld at McNabb a harness shop to make the iio.cess.oiy arrancemcnls. for the' garnes to he nlavcd between Edmonlon. Calgary, and LelhbridBf tor thi Mann Cup. secretary of the l.elhbrhlsc 'league letter from .Bdiiioa: ton asking for a game in while on Ihtlr tour to. Calgary .and licdiclno Hat. L Arrans'ements will aho be made at Monday's meeting for the re urn to be .'played here the cine The public .should not overlook in.i> 'the score was 2 to 1 Ir, favor Of I-ethbrldge in Medicine' Hat-.on Peace you can rest aaaured Ibat'the lint wilt take'a real fall out- of I.clhbrid'ge at tho return game. for thf date ot this, ai it a real old-lime Lacrosse game. All inlcresled be on hand Monday lacrosse.club will be or ors tbroiigh the ccnlral'and eastern j parts ot Alberta during the past woeX jWfe rnaler'ally bellied .the hay and Ifecd Blluatlon. qrain crops, too, hare town a marked Improvement, and on the are now reporlta as much' more favorable'. This does not apply, however, lo the sputhwh. part of (he..province liere there has .been liltle or no rain unli! yesterday, and Ihe reports lo the departiaent 'of agricuHure arc that theleert sliuation1 In the south, shows no improvement. A considerable 'number of'farmers trom the south and" southeast have already-located hay in Ihe norih and some ceture.il .feeding lers. It' U expected' that'.the special ItaritC tor the ot hay and Bt-ack will'to announced ilext week. Continued good news comes from ,o or they would be oveicoine by e-shauslioji. People attendlne such a meritorious enlerlalnment as lhal presented ,by; he Harvey Greater Mlnairels, a com-j pany of forty people, pay a, small war inx on every ticket and licip.Uo government besides receiving temp .relict from their cares They' will be at Ihe Majestic on and i j rnev win uu l Friday and Saturday. August I and the north. Tbere'have- botn- abundant ruins, und holh grain and hay cropa are looking particularly tromlBlnit. POSITIVELY YOUR LAST PORTUNITY TO SEE Picture That You Will Korzel. See THE CREEPING BARRAGE I PREMIER MONTREAL MONTREAL-, July Bordcn arrived in Montreal today. He bus been -vlsiling lower St. Lawrence polnls.......' HAIL AND VyiNO DO DAMAGE WJXN'IPHV 'July a; wind In Ihe Roseuteld, Man distric .club will to or Cr0ps Co'an'extent wine ganhed ori1 Monday irght and tlto ;10, cstlma cros-c executive wsnl all boyj.at the MorrU clistricl, adiomin meeting. DR. REN NEB Karl Uenner, the Mislrian chancellor, and head of the Austrian peace delegation, Is re- turning to St. Oermain from Keldkirch. Swiss'honlcr, where ho haj been''in with other Atts- tria'n'. ofAclalB rcgarillng peace (errns. the allied HARVESTING ON.PORTAGE PLAINS WIXS'U'EO, July .plains north of Portage la Prairie reports thai wheat, oats.and barley cut- ting is now in progress and will be Monday or Tuesday -ot neil week, 'fho'irajn is ripening very e.t -in me the damago slight, Ihe croi lltere-beliig'loo far advanced lo su tt: heavily.' Cutting, in fact, had begun around 'Morrts. FIRST SHIPMENT.OF SILVER ORE FROM SOUTHERNONTAR rOIlT.ARTHUn, Out, July ll'rit sbl'iinieut 'of 'silver -ore' from t northern Onlarid dlilflct has be miiie by the Mining Corporfilioa Canada from the west mine, at IxraiiMllo Tal; adge In tho pnncipil th.arai.ler naa TalB for her acting is accompanied HE tf itd to make ho was'iiol tWe man they lliouglit cvciihisvrifejiclicvcdliimlicrliijsbandull he shovved her he was an shoes! AnA theu.came the -A jw adi-, a.. Ihe that iniidc Jt nsltou JQSC'HS slteti Bon'' m'B9 RUPERT JULIAN Crtator the Blast of Berlin" -The FIRE FLINCERS OTHIIV GOOD ATTRACTIONS f ALL PERFOBMANCEB 35candl5c OTHER WONDERFUL BATTLE SCENES NOT-FAKED, BUT ACTUALLY GRAPHED ON THE WESTERN FRONT During Mr. Griffith's Long Visit to the Theatre of War. THE WAR PICTURE THATft DIFFERENT DONTMISSIT; THEN THERE IS '1 Fatly .MKkfc; .IN 'Campii it' "Funiiy" -.Doesn'i Describe it. Also "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Which Is Being Shown Bvery Week End and' is Rapidly Be- coming Hie Scwan's Ortalest Mirlh .I'roducer, and SONGS BY MR.' G. E. FLEMING I A Program Worth ?LOO at. Aduhi 50 Chadren 25 Cents Renumber the Houn: 7.00: "Camping "Out" 7.30: "Greatest Thing In Life" 9.15: "Camping Out" 9.45: "Greatert Thing In Life" Monday and Tuesday Palhe.Prreaeuts fast, but not loo ta_sl lo affect Ihe INTERNED-RRISONfR CHARGED WITH MURDER VERXON, H. 0 July ner, n German prisoner In'tlio intern menl camp1 here, wasv summoned tor (rial here on n" charge ol murdcivb> MacUlrale On July 8 Ihe. ac cuscd and anolher p.-iaoner named.fiK llncller licre engaged In a brawl-at the camp with'the resuUjlliBt Mueller died three'days'later from Ihe effects ol a broken T ._..... uansua 11 uiu i..t R lapjo o! ,'Tlie corporation lo roopeu, the Badger, lrs ot'WIlsbnv'.lle. was killed b a lady's nib'ior.tar'nihnjng over he darted out of a-gronii from Celling an'ice cream cone trpm'a ven Upon Ihe completion ot "Ctaaling Clieaters'." Clara Klmliall ,Youngs latest Select which was seen- arioized from the stage success of lli( COLONIIl OOOL AS ICE LAST TIMES TONIGHT- ,MONROE SALISBURY in "LIGHT OF VICTORY" Six Acts 2 Nights-Friday and Saturday AUGUST 1st and 2nd HarVfey's Greater Mil CREOLE BEAUTY CHORUS "THE TERROR OF THE RANGE" EPISODE, AND GOOD COMEDIES; REGULAR PRl'CES NOW THE LARGEST AND BESP s of Ihls well known organizatloii. Nolhing.bnt Also Showing MARIE WALCAMP in "THE RED "4ENTIMEHTJ.L 4HARLJE" .Uproarlodft Gamed y IYONS-MORAN COMEDY "WIFE BREAKERS" and Colonial Concert Orehetlra Uidal Prices 2Sc and lOo Sfeclal Safurdiy Matinee, Chlld- 25 Muiicians, 16 Solo 10 Dancers, V 10 10 Big Novelty Acts 10 BIG v Ay SEVILLE ACTS 10 SEE THE SPECTACULAR STREEt PARADE XABOUT NOON ON DAY OF PERFORMANCE AN ENTIRELY NEW AND UNIQUE PERFORMANCE. Better Than a Circus. EMPRESS TONIGHT ONLY CHARMING iTALMAGE And a Sunshine Comedy "The Son of a dun." A Show You Cannot Afford to S'olwlthslaiiding Iho importance of this organlzalion there be j KO ADVANCE IS PRICES lINSTRELS HAPPY ARE W'HO SEATS lERRY luSiCAL More Performers employed.than in nny other .Sbon. Clamor of Crlllcal t See the Grand Parade Daily FREE CONCERT Us- Prof. Pone's Big Concert Band at 115 p In front at I Ihe Theatre. Soi Palhe News. HERE MONDAY Clara Kiiiibal Young IN 'Cheating Cheaters' a Splendid Kalty ArbwsWs; Comedy. v ;