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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAlLl HERALD JULY 28, TRANS-CONTINENTAL MAIL SEBVICE' PLAN ffflTA Premk-i'S.f is rllel, Hcn A j. and Hon. J. McArthur (ietS Option I. U Cole. These directors, acting! _, ia bebalf of the government, acquire To Repurchase Or the entire stock of July ind Great Waterways Com- pany BOW passes Into 'tbe bands of the Alberta government. The slock bt the com pa o.v has been turned over :to a sew board of directors, nude up oi cabinet will full control of the road and ar- for its operation and. extension. IB president of the company, and ibe oihers re Hon. J. K. Boyle. Hon. U. ft. Mil- railway compiny, tree of claims, traesfsr ilatios from July 21. An arrangement lo ibis effect has i 5. been eiecuteii beiween the govern-1 mem and the ministers o! the prov- inces interested, it is nanoiinced to- day by Premier Stewart, I'nder Ibe terms of tbe agreement an oplloa Is Siren lo J. D. -McAiihur to purchasa tbo road at any time within a period of seven years the repayment ot all expenditures made by'the govern- ment during its lime of NEW VOHK. 2S.--A fleet 'of three all-metal planes-was ready.- early, today.1 at. Central Part, l-or-t jBlsnO. to take ofl for Sa.n carrying the firsl bag ot 'mail' ever to cross the cojithie.nl by airplane. The trip: Is for the purpose ot .mapping cut a regular aerial raa.ll. route which is sthedu.lecl to.opeu the first week iu September, .5, People's Forum Nova Scotia Bids Welcome To i British Editors Who Praise Us HALIFAX. July 2S. iCsiiadian on him. Mr. Wilson's failure, Ibe rea- bare eoir.c ib reunite son and will not thxt not only Is Canada Ihinkins andi live up to his lofty principles and his today ahead of but noble Weals, chilled ihe hearts of mil- ts ihinkinj and {peaking ahead of lions who had put their failh In him ealit Lord Burnhain iodsy. and almost worshipped him.'. They the welcome Halifax look with real.sorrow upon the moral and the province of Xova Scotia ten- lapse ot America as one of the traj- dered ihe overseas d'.Iegati-s to the Imperial Press Conference. "It If we believe Hint you continue to think and speak ahead of yourself thiil we are ao glad lo, be hflre" concluded tiie chairman of the conference. Speaking in lhe historic legislative X-hambers of tbo province, Lord ham replied to ilie formal welcome, fipressed by his honor, XlacCaHum lleulcnant.jiovcraor of Xova Surtia, congratulating the province on great part it luJ played in the life of. Canada, practically lavinr the foundations of federation ami ihe jrowth of nitlonul life based on the great types ot civillralion. the varied and complimentary qualities of both races having made for" the pros- perily and nirengtb of the Dominion." Lord 'Biirnham reiterated that the .conference was not In .Canada for but that the. delegates had come.'to sec Canada Tor them- lelves and were convinced that they would not go away jdfsa.iyointed. '.'.To the maritime provinces he suggested that It was not1 through so much that h; doverlojlvJd them tjj- the benefit a! other' parts of tbe Domin- ion hut that'the: people', of the-mari- time provinces had overlooked'thoiri- f elves, not doing themselves justice in Ihe eyes of-those; Europeans who to makc'Jhelr bonus and edics of history. 10 E IS THE WHEAT BOARD' ANV GOOD? !3ditor Herald, The quesiion oi tbo sale of wheat Ihrougb.lhe wheat board seems to- engage the attention ot the public to a great, exteut at present My Good friend, Mr. Merrtaoi, in your is- sue of June 25, slates bis views which ore. decidedly to favor of'the vont'r.n- ution 01 Ihe board. U is said that there are always two F.ldes to a ques- llun. and I Uilnk this rhcat selling Question no exception to the rule. It seems strange that Ihe U. K. A. should desire the government to appoint a board to sell the farmers' wheat. They confidently slate that tha present gov- ernment Is In the hands of a corrupt political party and wish to this power from them and establish the N'ew National party Iu it's placa, and are confident If thoy dp'Uils they will bring in reforms that will benefit the "svbole people ot Canada. What would you think of the proposition If pre- sented to you in a business way! You want to hire a manager and the who -ivants the job confesses that he docs not dare try lo dispose of his own properly because -ho Is afraid some one win buy it off him and make a profit on It. .Would 'you put such a CALCARY. July dam- ages totalling HOO.OM auJ of the action; the Calgary Gas company, has commenced for libel afialust (ha Morning Albertiii. of Calgary. The suit Is .the outcome cf the Al- gerian's comments and crilicisms of Ihe gas company's application for sa iacreast in rates in Calgary. The company claims that the libel occur- red in an editorial printed on July'2. in which it was slated that "tho com- pany was taking advantage of a fraud- ulent agreement much to the disad- vantage of the people, which was sub- p stltuied for the real acremcnt upon which the people Thb company also complains of a' news slory published later, concern- goes after he bas baen jllled.by his fiancee. Thereafter It concerns ancient legend regarding the wood- j en laage oi a beaullfu) girl "and her' 1 coming lo lite aller she bis been i bought and taken home by. the young 5 Eujrltebman. It IK a sweet 'and sp- I love story. The praductioir of 'Tho Willow j Trea" U marked by a sumptupusnefa hitherto unknown iQ plays of this kind. The picture was directed by llepry Olto. and personally superrts- ?ej by Director general Maxwell Kar- gei. I June Matbls-wrote the screen rer- pion of "The Willow Tree." TOM MOORE'S NEW PLAY ABOUNDS IN VIVID CONTRASTS In Setting and In Character "Ths City of CornradesV Presents S.trjklng Social Study nol briHg hluielf to adopt tho pr.lu- clplca of Ihe gutter. He wants to leave "the old Lovey docs not; and. _ the contrast In Ibilr vleia creates both coinlc and paihctlo uatioca tbroughout the unfolding i4 the play. Conlrast of character and situation, of locales fiutl of prime cle- ment of drama, Is exemplified In Tom .Moore's newest Goldwyn producllon, "The City of by Kins, which is to be shown at the Phoenix theatre. At variance are the two extremes and point to it as an evidence of pro- gress toward democracy when, in fact, it violates' the principles of freedom and democracy upon which our whole social structure rests. If this is vro- eress it .is toward the Ideal of social- ism. This. Is parting of the -ways. Everyone uiuet decido the question for themselves or reap tb; harvest .of misery that follows when the masses' allow the classes to do their thinking as.we liave been .doins ia the pnst. Do not think because (he now lead- ers have a different liatn? or carry a different banner that your interests will be protected. The only one lo Clara Kimball Young Drawing Big Crowds To The Empress man io charge of your affairs? If i people InteresU in I M the formal reception [filsuiorn- ing, Hon. R KIrwin of Australia, spoke 1 for tho dominions iu acknowledging f formally the welcome extended to the i conference which bad for object i tbe prosperity .of Ibe empire. Hon. W. S. Fielillnj and F. B. McCurdy made speeches nf welcome and Hon. R. Finn the provincial cabinet, spoke on bait of Premier Murray who was oul i of town. Mayor Parker spoke for the city, When U. S. Filled HALIFAX, July (Press Confer- Failure of the United States to assujio some of the 1 "which Its triumphant entry into the war imposed upon that t Is largely responsible for the coiitin- f ued unsettled conditions throughout -i the world, in 'the opinion of Mr. -Rob- ert Donald, chairman of the Imperial Press Union and one of 'tie foremost acwspapermoii in Great Britain, who addressed s huge at 'a civic luncheon given tbe delegates to the CALGAHY.'July A wide campaign among the. teaching profession to double, the salaries paid In 1914, be undertaken by, tho newly organized Canadian leachors' federation, which was formed heto this week, according lo a unanimous decision reached Tuesday evening. The federation claims the ;cost- of liv- ing lias t'iln'doubled'slnceilSl-l, and believes .that'ialarles.Ysbi'ild jnc'reaseU accordingly. that gradf vancciVpn! .and high fanners of Caiiada.aro not capable of their own wheat and get- ting what It ia worth they: should ap- 1 ply for admittance to the 'institution 1 where they euro tor slmple-miuded peo- i )e (her than be n.iti, the ot lhe If I EO lo tho grocery, s lore and ask for the best buller.and'am showii a package with thc.namo of of high repute .and the package is clean and aUrgcii.ye looks good, the chance's are th'at when prelect the liberty .of the common but In tbo case of "Byes of lay man I in which .Clara Kimball lhe reason-, Young Is starred, it was found nsccs- hrcause" they, too, arc human beings with a right to live. One of the Oat-j tcr Is Frank Mcibiify the erstwhile respectable sou of a spected family, now an eiilp through, urink. Opposite him is Roglna Barry. (Seena a daughter of tho rich, j her demeanor proud but not unkind, i Still greater contrast iu "The City! of Comrades" exists between Lovey (Otto a true down-and-out- i cr, who refuses to listen to thoughts Seven leading men in ono picture I c[ "formation, and Mcltury, who can- should prove a distinct novelty. As a rule, one matlnco hero is sufficient to aslisfy the demands of an himself by an ins powers his creator gave him freely and which he rarely uses but lakes the easy way of letting the leaders do sary. because of the numerous angles bf'tbls big dramatic story, to provide seven leading men .to 'carry out 'tho r or this state mon people-got ltisomqtin-.es happens big roles of Iho production -i, They tame from the east, the west ,affab-E pntl the airf the south. Harry Oar- ucck. Th.s producer of "fiycs of Youth .a aaturally c.v-jcombed the American market for oil-' Says the Results He i3ot From Tanlsc j ;cenl. made by a blind man ispdeaf and peel and the onlyrjjmcrty is to do your own thjnkins if yoiTwant to preserve your liberties which have been liougM :ible leading men and prominent i nr.mes will mark ovciy role .of thai IOOKS goou, me chances are that wbeii i af so dear n price, by oar forefathers It Is served it will give sood'patlsfac- i One of the desires of the ttpn.-biiflherc ts-one test th'at can.be1 government is Tbev w Miss Arhuthriot.of Toronto, declar- sa ed that there-would be'uo'urider-bid-' 'ding by OritarJb" teachers'in'future. -Saskatoon or- Yorohto w'll -.be, 'sel- ected as the of meeting'of the federation. Prpposals were ad- vanced for a board of reference to act in disputes between school hnarda and teachers, 'such board to include one member of the school board, one of the und.-. a: third mutually agfee.dViipo'n. The-conference endorsed the prin- ciple of cumulative sick pay. .DENY N5W TRIAL FOR A. C. TOWNLEY inn., July a new trial for A. C. Towuiey. dent of lhe National Xon-PartiBau Imperial ternoon. Press Conference this af- Thn two branches of the English- 1 speaking people acting together bar- t monlotiily In peace as they rtid in the latter period of the war, could have reconciled or silenced Ihe clashing in- terests of Europe, led the now demo- cratic slates carved out of old lyran- irrical genlly, but firmly fnto the paths of peace and established on sure and lattlng foundation the League of Then, Indeed, the t wonld have been safe for demo- cracy. Let hope lhal the lapse of 'America ia only lemporary. Two j1 years ago President Wilson was the I Inspiring moral force of democracy, ('Mo rose to Inn.tcle of greatness unve af- ford to throw away this priceless heri- tKgo ior, a messjof Will we oven-get It-is easy-to stale that tho wheat hoard: money In the farmers' hands.; This depends on whether the farmer was a buyer of sncd. and flour..In-tUi'dis- tricts 'where the crop failed 'or wheth- er he had wheat to sell. At lhe time the nmrkol was open for a stiprl time' fast the authorities were.' alarmed, thinking the prico of bread would bo son, ilin.ii., last summer of conspiracy to encourage disloyalty during tho war. The charge was based on speech- es of tho two men delivered in behalf of the league "in Jackson and other -Minnesota counties. Townlcy and Oil. bert are-under n sentence of no days In tho Jackson county Jail. It is ex. peeled tbe case will be appealed to the supreme court.. -------1 a hardship on the poor man. As soon T i, tas tnc wa' "iRblislicd the prico lowered, to help tho consumers. IDENTIFY BODY. IN "TRUNK MYSTERY July Trunv bull, a Detroit policemen, and his wife were here today to-make-the formal legal Idenlincnlion nf lho body of tbo young woman found in a trunk hero last week as that of Kugene l.c- roy. Officials said Ihero was no doubt tha identity, tho purpose of lhe visit lo (he morgue being simply a legal formality In building up a caso against the murilere., The body prob- ably will be In Potter's field bore Hfiwr the Idnntlflratlon haj been completed, The kind of breakfast you eatoften determines the grade'of work you will do before noon. Keep fit! For Grape'Nuts The brain and body-building nourishment of wheat and malted barley, Grape'Nuts needs no sugar "There's a Reason" Now the A. ask that Ihe board be continued to protect tbe wheat pro- ducers to the wheat gamble? .won't steal the poor fanner This' re- minds one of tho story of the man who was able to blow 'both hot and cold. The principle cC government control of selling is either good or bad, right wrong. If you let some one else sslUe the question for you rfo not compla'n if things go lo pieces. It you think lhe wheat board can sell your whea! to better advantage lhau C-'Ou can yourself urn sure no one would object to your employing Uiem or anyone you may nee fit. but bow in lho name of all our Ideals do you acquire the- rljjht lo dictate Iu me to whom I shall delegate tbo sale of Ibe product of my owo luduslry. TbiK wheat is my own. I produced 'it with my labor and government on oarlh. unless under strc-ss war, has a right to deny th of selling to whom 1 clainr sorenKncht'cantrol of toward national co-oaeraticn In of production. It the prin. co-operatjo'ii and will he'or to the natron it must "rfork piitiin practise before being forced on the If. to make cooperation successful. T.-C must deny individual liberty. 1 Bay the price is 'aler.Jhan the benefit can possibly good by doing evi: IB impossible. tmo democracy does not lie along this pith. It is the road to government bureau- crstic control of production and uHl-iy Were Nothing Less Than Wonderful COLONIAL NOW PLAYING TODAY THURSDAY Tho love of a Japanese inaldon is the beautiful theme of "Ifi Illlll. STARRING 'VIOLA DANA The fragrance of Cherry ,1'ios- somo Is In this lOniF.iltlc fantasy of Old Japan liy'j. K. Benrimo and Harrison Dhodes. Metro1 Play, [licturized .'from the sUge play is produced phenomenal "success .In .Xew. York by Cohan and six cjquislle acts. Other Classy ____At Regular Adults... 35c Children..'.'Ibe play. and Milton Captain Aiidy Ofiiring, cns'nccr i.lie I'cnaaylvnnta' railroad, piiltlns the: both too well ImowiTto tlic" screen "l o fact'tiain'Viiown'ss-KeysloiiB Express j nitUlilllluijilliimillllllininniimttliainiililiiiiimiiimnm require any further introiltictlon will L'fwecn Terrc Haute and St. Louis, appear In of one as diclarca thai LEC results he tho Yogi, .orlliiiilu teacher, ami re- other in_n leailiiig clmracter jiart -The seventh leading niaa of -tli'ia cc'ved'frcm Tarilac arc. nothing -less than -.vondnrfiil. PHOENIX TODAY A -1 v" z Captain Csiirlng lias been ciiginscr i ia iliidolfo Volestiuo, Wlm J pa tbe Pennsylvania railroad for the'. Matinee have lhe rols1 of the master in "Eyes of The production uiiiluubtedlv sets a record in. the of Womlnem actors, for in addition to JIIss Yoiin- the star and the ahore-tiaai'od CM inere inclutiitj Kam Kulhern, E'l.v F'nuli rrt M. ine forly years and is olip of the j most popular men in i tlie service of thia road. Ills homo.ad-' dress is North Tenlh street. East St. Louis. Relating his experience v.-Ilh Tar.lac to friends in'Torre Haute, i a few days ago, Captain Osp-riug 'Tanlsc will nlways get a good re-! PEASE, Milk River, Alia. C, N. R. PLANS MONSTER OCEAN PASSENGER SERVICE VAN'COUtRR. July reply to questions, President p. D. Hanna stat- ed that the'Canadian National Rail- ways intended to inaugurate a Vic- torla-Vancouver-Sraltln boat service. I'assenger boals will 'bo put or Uc- Iw'con Vancouver and OrIcnU.1 ports as soon as Ihcy ;irc available. Tbe company bad been In negotiation for the purchase of a fleet of passenger slca-nors. Involving an of bul the deal had fallen through, and ft was Impossible lo say- how soon ships could bo obtained, he ciplaiiicd. DELIGHTFUL FANTASY "THE WILLOW TREE" AT COLONIAL TODAY As Us special fenUirc attraction lho f ff ff f, j stomach, loss of appatile, gliig-; gfsh iiver uiitl ;i run-down condition'. for several years. I could never enjoy i anything to eat. suffered with severe j pains in my buck and chejt. and was' ........._ tontiiuially losing weight. The pains i Colonial theatre will show "The Wll-l'n -liy "tro so severe that-I- low Trcn." the Screen Classics. hardly bend over, couldn't even, super-production, with Viola Dana comfortably in my cab, and fnvari-. the star, for a run of two davs be-1213'5' finished uiy run feeling all liro.l Sinning today. The -free" is: hai1 gotten to ,-j-here I drcsdcil 'nlil in Japan, and tells a weird, fan-ilo my and had lost several lastlc story of an Image that canu: to lriPs on account, of feeling so-bad. life In the form of a beautiful maiden.! lakcn lols'of different'kinds Tho ulay Is surcharged "with delicate'cf raedlclncs, buf all fsilccl iinlll I sentiment, delicious comedy and Taulac. A friend of mine in der pathos, and U affords Viola Dana o_ne of the best vehicles on the screen tnat this dainty and talented little actress, has thus far had. Terro Haute put me on to Tanlac and I .that was the turning point with me. Tlir.oc bottles of this medicine have fixed me up in fine shape and my J. Uenrimo and Harrison Rbrjilcs I weight has been Increased eleven arc the gifted authors of "The Willow I Pounds. I have a fino appetite don't Tree" as a stage play. Mr. Hhodes THE C.P.R. LETHBRIDGE .IRRIGATION .PROJECT ArCa In system Area under Water Agree acres was co-author of that famous comedy. drama. "A Gentleman From Mjcsisj- while Mr. Bcnrimo wan ca auth- or of "Tha Yellow Jacket.'' Wil- low Tree" was enormously success- ful when it was first produced on Broadway by Cohan and the screen version Is said to bo an Im- Area actually acres Irrigated St.174 acres provement over the original Dlay. The action of the play stage paln of fifteen years younger. I make my tr.pa regularly, never losing any time f.nti come In f-rnm iny runs n-ltbou: sed lo feeling nil tired out Ilko I u mctlicint! thai will do such thlngn' is certainly wori.li v.-hik and f will -1- ways say a good word for Tapta- fnnlac (3 .sold I.cibbridgc bv John D. Hlginbolhani fi uoaj. privilege. or :it any nMi 01- price 1 plnane. It is a illf- linci blow at my pc'sonnl liberty, It is tlio opposite of true democracy which Is tbo WB should Iry lo attain. This U whcro -we the! tod smell, llowevcr-ggod it. may look the principle is n ileni.il of personal I liberty and must he Thrs is the Infallible test of any ialaliOii and CJN never fall, The Canadian Council of ARrfenllnve declr.rcs for lhc frcnrtom of trade in baying sondj ahroart. no! my rifihl lo sell as tacred ns my rlgiil lo biiyf If a tariff commission has a rlglit to diclale n-lial goods shall lie adrollterl free and whsl snnll not. the Idea of a board of control soiling i.i perfectly tlKhl. Hut tho tariff commission ban no sur.b righl. If Ilie principle at lho bottom of (he whea' board is right wiiy not compel the prc4ucchi of lull- t'.T, r-sg-j, iiork, btef. wool, paper, iron products', machtnery. etc.. to submit to national control of setllng their pro- duels, Thorn difference, Tho producers In other lines feel capable of doing their own sellhijt. The, wheat producer alone feels ho in not compe- tent (o handle his own crop and hHks government aid. Tho protected manu- fnctnrnr ssks government help and we protest and ihcn go him oiw better anil nsk gnvcrnincnt aiil to assure us r.o ort will bo allowed lo bundle when! bul (be ivhi-a! tor our benefit Tom Moore 'lECITVfCOfllllllBES" Sec the Picture "Romance of Lelhbridge" ALSO STRAND COMEDY- i REMITTANCES TO THE UNITED STATES Merchants and the general public are "invited to use this Banli's services intending money to the United States. THE ROYAL BANK an? Tot.-ll Asfctl 35c and 15c EMpREss' CcoJ, Clean, fc. Jj tm and fOc; Chlldrsn 5c Children 10c THE PICTURE MADE IN LETHBRIDGE Showing the Natural Beauties of Lethbridge. V The Cast Composer! Entirely of Lclhbridge People MEMBERS OF THE CONVENTION CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE EMPRESS so! Lavishly Crrickerjack. Comedy "Movin ;