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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TL'KSFUY, JULY 20, 1910 HIE i.trfiiniiiuiiK DAILY President Wilson Transmits; in Wliifli U. S. lo I'rolccl Sisler Itcpublic WASHINGTON. July loilij- iTiiisiniiieJ to tlie sen-1 Hie Ihe special Fntnra wltlrtt the Cnltctl Stales pledges Itself lo come JimiuJlaUly lo Ihe aid of France in (hu "event of ftri unpro- voked (Jwmany SDI) iskcd for its tirlr ratification "alone wIUi Ihe treaty vr'.lli Germany. Suhmisdon u( (lie iroalr tamo ifler flinrp critlcbm ly Ktmo Kfpubilcioi. who, for seTerjil daya. had optolr t charged on the leni'.o floor Ihil lii I lo present the trail at tiio pact slong with life treaty rjf Vtrsalllet the had viola I ad one of the articles of the document. Tiie preitden! did not follow his mual custon) of prvsmilnj the Uailf In porton.He sent It to Ihe opHol fc.v Epeclil messenger alouj; Kith a iueceago explaining its object. The president told the senate Ihe purpose of Uie was lo provide" iwtstance lor France in cue o( un- provoked aiji-iMlon try Germany -njth- rml wMllng Cor the idvlce of conn- ell of Ihc league ot uatloif. such action should tiff taken and ciplilned thai ft ivsa to be an nrranjcemeDt "not iudepondeut or tlio league ot liul under li." I "TKe coTetunl of the Tcniue of the president salj, "provide! for military action for tile [protection of Its upon the advice if tlio council o[ 'tlic Riven it Is to be presumed deliberation amUacced upon -Iry earh of Hie goveniuitlits of Iho member only, It Its.oim Judgment Jiutl- fiis such action." Polntlnr; ou'l'lbzl tlie Ireily "s'liall receive the ol the council the tha president BaM !t remain In 'lorce "only 'until the application of one of IhTT parties lo fA. tho" council of the league actlnt, If tiecMsiiry, by a'uiijorlly vole, fcliall BKTCO list the provision's of the covenant ot the league afford (l-'rante) sufficient nroteciion." -Mr. Wilson said he1 was morcd to Bleu the treaty iiy the tics of friend- tliln binding the tno ominiries llie EDMONTON, July out ol Ihe eight ministers'of the prov- inclal government will attend Ihe Liberal convention In Ottawa, ac- cording to their plani. The ex- ceptions will bt Hon. M, R. Mit- chell, who will be acting prtnver In the absence ol Premier. Slewprt, and Han. A. Ji MacLean, who will lake over the acting ministry ol agriculture. Premier Stewart It not yet fully decided whether he will be able lo make the Ottawa trio. It all depends upon the situation In Southern He had laid hit plant to attend the convention, hut ht ipyi hf li more concerned about development at home in re- gard to the crop situation and the measures for relief. et] lo Know Aim of Celt- Powers ;intl Declaration On Belgium of (-rooks. 'J'hero arn nany natural comedy woven into the ploy of Hie lanicm yrar. by the coiupiuiy evtr u: turej, gels fult value. Ou lilt saiuo program a Fatty Arbuokle st-reatir and the laten t' Adit. iii found fa j COCE.VHAUKX. July 25. -Tucliy's ftsslon. ol lh? general assmiljlv m Weimar was one of the most j CONEY ISLAND v AT STARLAND Kiaher. fclar, of the Auierlfan l-'thLi Company. lie presented iu pic- ture. -Molly ot the Foltln." looisln incutiout'd in the letter from the, uanal nuucio at Mun lli- by whl> dofs dainty ana an and ni'.h he- Krcnr-rjser. ihp. Ciituro miaistor reh- 1 whl> "re ni'.h he- tii-a to allescil pcacedvwiures tt> Uer- In the van lan reailily niany made. CrraV llrituiu a.ul ,rea "lls suilej jj'raocc through tlic VtLietn lu AIIBUSI.' MM7. whidi Cp-v .'THE FLINGEHS" AT, THE COLONIAL is A WONDERFUL ATTRACTION 1M7. whidi Cprm-jiiy rejected. Tlin Britisli teteunira. ivhkh uas not ilatej. was read by Dr. Mueller as fol- lows: "We have not yet bad An opportun- ity, to consult ilie allies reearJiiiE tlie I._ jv attraclion note reci'lreil from your eminence atij jrc unable lo answer the proposal made by your eoiiliciuf rcjarding the terms for :l lasting pcsco. Jn our opinion is nu protiiliilllr of CALGARY, July demand hai now .been made by the international of the United Workers of America at present in Calosry lor the district office prrrnlses, papcrt, documentt and mpriles .lo be hand- ed ovir- So far Ihli-hai not been done by P. M. Chrlttopliers or the iecretary-treaturer, P.p. Browne, who have realied that the policy committee Ix meeting on Thurs- day next when the matter will be 'dlscuticd. son, IB Ilie photoplay rerslon of famous .Saturday Evening Post siory "TJic fire wliW, ,Vis ____....... at Colonial ftw the first yes- _ this aim. as lone as'llio -1'- Itral powers anil their allies Iiave I'articular. jolficially eipresseil llitir .war aims anfl 5cltlcil the indemnity Ibcy arc ready to pay and wlm e they win give lor Ihc lulurc imvtec- i ilar of "The Fire _ 'te itjpcrl Julifn. (lie widely! known actor, who in 3 jua') j I role, that of Ifatiou. Ihe ei-convk-t oi" busintBf man, Mh characters dependence and make jjooil Ulc dain- ivliirh will be shown again at the Col ago winch site suffered. 'Your c-uilnencc donbtleEs knows'tho ontal'today and Wednesday, number of other declarations made hy Iho allies in re- a IiowlinK comedy "A Skate l lo Pjesidcr.t Wilson's uole. Nei- Iher Auslriii tier Germany ever made such a declaration. "Any attempt lo bring the af and a pit-luresriue ot Ilio Itocky Mountains arc aiEo LeinE shon-ii, wlrlc'b. togethpr ivitlr approp- riate niusls by the Colonial orcliestm lo an agreement seems vain so j a rare evening's enterlainnienl. 'long as we flo not kno'.i- tlio poir.ta Carey in his latest sun-ess, wherein (hetr opinions differ." i "A PiBlit Kor Love" will be tae nttrac- _________ j "on al tho Colonial on Thur.-Jay Kri- aml Satunlay. tuiii uiiiuiiig me mo ruunine.1. ano me T T assislnnro-rranM Bavo America (it Its July nob EtrtiBglc for Independence B0n' bf3i "10 ro-Tal cora.mwslon to v ji.. __'. 1 lunuira into the and effects Vlthout'tiilB tlic preil-'iL1uire into causes and cl deit saiil, It serlouflv lo he douhl- !of Hie' seMr'l strike'. slruL-k a i____ (hit fntl.iv -J >rliollier America could fiavc Its' and adileiJ: "Xothfiig can pay such a debt." mm. uole in lhl! investigation today wlien ''e tola a ivilncss, A. V. Wood, that It cotiM prove the fact (hat tho recent stride had been called soioiy on tho demanil of collective -bargain- ing he could uol.see.thai discrlmina- be justly.shown by emplor- This demand, said the commls- Fioner, had been- conceded -by tha Ironmasters, Hie' citizens' coniinlllee- anil apparently excep'T July reizei) In Ihc honiE.i of Ihroe men In Untie, Alia., a mlnlnE (own, were in- trorluced today, as' evidence of seilll- lous conspiracy, neaiusl eight labor leaders on preliminary trial hero in connection (lie recent ilrike. during (1 1 -There was a grc.it rleal of discussion cause of the strike ivas pla'cetl connsel on the recularily "ie '''Bh coil of living, one tliu introduclioii of these flociitnenlj. wilnesi Wamsd .tor seireil to elisl. -rroflteerlne was a few individuals and employers not withhold employment from a If lie admitted that ihc reason for 1350 A 4 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Medicine Hal physicians refuse to issue any liquor prescriptions. A 560.000 hospital he eretteil I'll Calgary hy tlie DeparlineiU of Sol- diers; Jte-eM-Lblisliment. It will have lOfTbeds. Two bnmlrcil American editors ar- riveil in Winnipeg yeslcnlay inbrniug on a hvodavs1 visii. They are mem- bers ot tlie .National Milonnl Asso- ciation, whose literary lakes them t-i Vktorii, B.C." iircscnfeil ai yesterday's the Labor ,vould Itav6 Lo prove lliat there ivcre no otter reasons back.ot ih.c. strike except Uiai or princjpjc.. of. collective bargaining All .witnesses tcsliflcd lo a general unreal that had.bpen jtvJdcnl in labor wliirli wore said In have t_... ofTiclais of the Ilo.val .Vorll 'ountcd Police. BROUGHT-BETTER THAN TKE-FIXED PRICE MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., July 29. first car of new wheat on (he market here brought J2.70 a cents above the govern- .-.ment guaranteed "price. Grain 1 deafen look for high prices to be maintained on pll this yrtr't .crop, becauie of the demand for i wheat and the damage crops have suffered. meDtionecl. as 'caiise' of the WtneBB" .SterenBou recom- mendid the.forraatidn-hy (lie gove'rr.- c! commission to adj'uit (lie difficulties'Iielweeir l.ibor and capital. CANADIAN OFFICER MISSING ._____ -v Jiily OcorBe Oplvin, airitlsll Columbia reelfneiitBl- depot anii formerly at Kcnford and been missing from Lon- June 6. Ila was Injured1 in car accillcnt anil had'sulfercil from shell shock. instead of tea or coffee? Every reason worth while: mcetln-; o: the Hudson profit on fnr I ist and sale at MAJESTIC TO RE-OPEN WITH.HARVEY'S MINSTflELS The opening attraction of Uic now theatrical season n-Jiirli starts ou August ]st at tlic- Majestic Theatre will be (lie only Elion- of it's kind now on Greater Minstrels, '-vlio come to. Uie -Majestic on Kridoj- aild Saturday, August 1st and Jail Itarrey's Orestcr .Minstrels arc now making tlioir first tour of Canada, aud incidentally are'lhc first real mlnslrel organization lor' be seen in Canada for five years. Over forty people are MO'P and other o 'I1UIU' Ol Price! Satisfaction! I Think it pven a against anil intliialry by Ilie te ivlio desire lo niaJnlain Orcal Bri- tain's commercial nosilion was urged today by King George al the Guildhall in London In replying to the cily's congratulaliojis on iieacc. Tlie nuiulicr of Albanians in revolt against Ihc llalinti troops uf occupa- tion is erowing dnily, according ttf the paptr MacttJonia. H was learn- ed iliat a number of Italian propagan dlsls have been Tim French General Kcdcrntiou of Lnbor has issued a rrotcsl ugninaL the refusal of the 10 vise She yasspcrls of 'delegates of the Italian labor organizations eoiiiR to Ihe SoclaJisl congress al Amster- dam, So Jar as can be nsccilalncil, no ac- tion has been lalicn dy (fie government rcJulliiE to Uic Delrofl fr'rco Press, wlilch. nccordtne to ;t dispalch from Ont., lias Itrinling lellcrs reflecting on Utc Cana- dian army. Alexander Garb.ii, president of the Hungarian sovlut. Killed himself in the assembly burldmp .it Undapcst, afler dcJlvcrins a speecli against the soviet leader and minister o! foreign attains. lor leading HIE- nation lo tutu, according lo the Munich Xachrichtcu. The Winnipeg-Free Press Evening Bulletin says today: "'Provided Dominion goTcrnLiienl (Iccidca on a fixed R closed market-for wht'al, It Is regarded as probnble that (he' Wheat Export company, wilh Steivarl at ihe'licotl. ivltl be cHpriolntecJ to pnrchnsc'fl'vid Jjnndlc tills yodr's' crop." neivspapers thai i the ionncr German tmparor has M rlc- j ten to the .Archbishop flT I ing hliu lo ttic 1'rulcsttiiit 1 chapel afl'oaoii casllo for Proleslnnl flerrkca.nml not (o convert it )MO j Cadioltr- use. The monarch !l would be tinbenralfc to him to have Hainan Catholic services cele- brated In the cliapcl, into vyhicli he had put his whole soul'and In'wlucli lie prayed Cor vlcfory for Germany. ME HUES Clara KlmbaH Young's latest nro- rlucUcn. "Cheating ii oou pi the most unusual iilays ever pro- duced on either sings or screen anfl Ihe populftr "star. more cisUgliirii! than over. In Hie '.role of a clerer so- cret serVtce operative. Without' reccrralion, Cheaters" U one. of thb.mo'sl pleasing plclurca o.rcr nroditecd by ,Vlss Voims. The play llselt ia taken from Iho famous stage gucco'ss of great rinlif nlnrjly -tvhlch makes nmazlng .rcielri- (Ions In the orcrfttlon ,uf rival WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT- "The Fire Fiingers" 13 SIMPLY GREAT It's a big smashing picture oi Uic fnmnus 'Saturday Kvening Posl ami will Ihrill you Ibrough nnd Ihrougli. SEE IT WED. AT THE COLONIAL PAGETIVK wllli the company, making one u! largest travelling tu be I hrre for jc.-ue lime. Two ipecUl cars are rtaqufreJ to transport the com- pauy and (heir efforts on the lour. An absolute lad >vhii-h cannot dispute J, that llarvcv's tirenier Miustreals have been hrcAklnj alien'.- ance reiorda everywhere ibli year OP special lot-el inleresi Is ihe fari j ai N'elsou, II, wherv (ti? roaitany j uyeued Ihf ir Canadian lonr on Friday and Siil urdiiy last week, hundreds were unable to gain admission on bftih ulghts. A spei'ial luaiiuee was glvt-u uii yAlurday aflmioou to act cm mo- ihe overflow. j Macajcr Hrowu o' ihe Majestic here is emphatic In tits pratse of ihw shur, anj stales lhai Le cheerfully rm-om- ;ndi the show 10 MajesiL1 A special matinee will be uti Saturday ntienioun. The seat sale opens Lotuorron- mornint al Armslrong t ill Havrorlh's jewellery store. I LAST TIME3 TONIOHT MARGARITA FISHER "MOLLY OF THE FOLUES" A amusbg e'-.iLn.eiIy-draina. TAKE ISLAND TRIP, FOR CONEY CENTS. "THE TERROR OF THE RANGE" Episode Tour, and "LOOK OUT BELOW" A HoaritiK Comedy I FRY'S .THE BEST FOOD AT THE LOWEST COST Today IDJ Poraonow Bisl in Photoplays Clara Kimball Young Her- Own Coi Presents 'Cheating. Cheaters And Her. Own Company Presents A Most ALSO 2-neel Scream. Some Comedy, and "Molt ariil r.nil l.ates: British-Canadian News. A Big Shoiv with Music. That Tints lite 'llclnres. Prices: Adults 35c. Children 1Qc Children, Matinees, 5c. COMING THURSDAY STELLA TALBOT V IN 'v The Pn'ci of Innocence" and a Charlie Chaplin Comedy At the Empress Tonight and Tomorrow. A Great Clara HCImball Young Picture: Do Not Miss It. hfe STARLANEXS] I ]HK A" PrMJurtloni I SPECIAL THURSDAY MA JESTIC-riDAY SAT'DAY 'AUG. 1-2, This Week >.AT R. M. HARVEY and Creole Beauty Chorus THE LARGEST AND HIGHEST CLASS MINSTREL ORGANISATION EN ROUTE; A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION 40 MINSTREL KINGS ANI> QUEENS 'Including Famoui Riltatf aingert, Entrlnclng Djrcerj, Novelty Enterlllnert, Expert Inttrurntntll and Vo'ol A Every Man a dololit. 10 ACTS Nlghtt y.OO, WATCH FOR THE PARADE c, Stfcj MJtlneti, 75t; Children, mat, only, lit on Silt Wedneldjy at Ar.vntrorJ A Raworth's of An AKTCBAFT Picture tna