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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta u-rrimnrDGK JUM.V IIEIUI.O PACK FIVE SUNNY SOUTH SCENE OF NEW PHOTOPLAY (Srrrlal lo Tin HtraM) MEDICINE HAT. Jyne strike of the local unions which was to have taken place here to- day In tupport of the Winnipeg strike was poilponed Indefinitely. Toronto Flrtmcn Won't Strike TOKOSTO. June tives ol Toronio flrejien today with- drew (Ticlr ultimatutu 10 t'na city couu- 1ti which a slrlke v.as ihrualencd union Iho board grants their rleaitnja for u. new wago schedule. TUU with- drawal ihc tealun? Mi" rffvelon- In llie itrtke slUiallou today toilowlnc closely upon tbo decision of the slrect rallwayineu (o refrain Iroui u Etnfcy, it tin resulted in'u ucasiuilstlc attitude oii'.Tie'ruri ot many labor loaders. Ira plea; on Ling dfi'ieion of Kav urtlhy nigiit nicinltra ot the workers' federation stopped worS this If is claimed but It _. ____ ami Hepreseuta- llves ol Ihe central Blrlkw Ihe number al M.OOO.. Men to Stay Work TOI'.ONTO. Juno of lLa Toroulo KUcet company derided m u DieeUtig today not to Join the ayinpalheiK waltoul tallrj to aid striking uwial workers hero. Tho vote was 75i) to in faroi of etrltlnE- Members of the metal rouDcil we to refused iicrnifsslori to ad- dress the cnrmen. Local npr-ratorj ouiploycd by Ihc Urcat N'urihivesleru Telegraph i-oui- Ijiny ivt a meeting today i sympathy' wiiU the metal vorfcer.s utriVo not having been oflioially j asked lo Join in Ihe movrmenv did IIOL role on (lie question of a walkout. A vole was taken on the question ot workers nfllliailn? with Iho "One 1 ONTARIO POSTAL EMPLOYEES TO WEST HAMILTON, Out, June A t-J.ll 1m go tie oui lo the pos- tal uiilploycea of OMarlu to Ku to Winnipeg and hell) slmlRM- en out tl'.o tangle caused hy mall ul> I here as a result o.'-lhe .iirlViO. t-'oina uf the Hamilton tiu LL have alrva'ly left lor the 'A, Daughter of the Old South" did Production. Splcn- unuy toutL1. la'K-u with lue sweet uceulfi or uiuuKt lilobaoms and magnollaa. ia stone ot Paulino l-'iederlck'i newest photoplay. "A Daughter of ILo Old will LB shown at ilie SiurlanJ Tumre Lo- ulght and. The I which wai.wrltU'ii by Margaret Turn- bull lionf the story or Alkla. IlaniBfiy and liuilolph ile Cortlova. aud directed gillie ChatiTarJ. IA itld lo liavt Mlaa with of ihc most appealing sLe tiai ta- ayci for iuaiiy .s a Leautl- (iil Creole Kirl love Fiory, fillfil J witb llshis and sbades. lauelner aud tears, is charmingly tolJ by ilie sinr lu a serif J oC excjuirtilcly heart apyent- i lug Suuported by a couiiJdiiy I of eicellenl playern, Mlsa FredtrLck's I lalpjt ElarrioE is one of su-; hnportuncu tn her admirers :he coup'ry over. Vork V'uy, triiirs who cams 10 criiii-ize and flud taull. weiu away lauJltiS Hie of oiie J. IJlackVoiK the uow jiutly pru- of UJP iikture. Ii a IsUle over iwj m ihc uli-mre. ronseritn-utly per- formances ilie Colonial during in will (OQimcnce In the evening at S 15 a.nd ai 'he matinees al 2.3fl. fobalt flaima TO have the deepe.il oat mine in the Dominion. ka "Player's NsVY Cut" t "Tlie Commuii Cause" Clgartltn in Tin fall. AlbcrUt's Own Hesl Hcecplion Yet Accorded (ids out from- ihe various yards. Thu majorliy yreient wtro In fator oj i to tho total mi tuber of sufli at I ion. JUNE IS OPENED IN DENVER WITH A BLANKET OF SNOW DKNVEIl. -June heavy snow anJ the lowest June temperature, ai 32 difriees. in tbo bistory ol ttia local weather bureau sreeted Ihc new inontb liflre Snow and rain general orer Iho northern and cantcn Becllons ol Colorado tart Wyoming. After J'ifly Minnie Scrap WUli Hrilish Flccl in Hallic HELSINGFORS, Saturday, May (By the Anociatcd A MJ-minuto battle occurred today between a Bolihevik fleet com- prising the bultleshlp Petrop.iv- Lor.s) srd three other warihips which had been bom- barding the coast west of-. Krss- nala Gorka (15 miles west of KroniUdt) and seven British war- The Russians fled lo Kron- June Koual- lo, in" command ot the French troops in Germany i was here today'to discuss Ihe military sHuniloii with' LO.VDO.S, June 2. There" was a, briiraut tcena at (he Gullrilian Seturiay-ivlicnr.Ii: II. II: the Prlnca of Wales iras artrhltted to. Ihe freedom of tho city' of The Duke of atid" "uers of royal family" 'SvaYa-Fn ,al- tenrtance anrt amotig other, .'viltallp: Euisheil present were rajah of Ditanlr, J.ord Sinha "nnd tho high anrt agente EQTI- crnl ies.- ff OTereeas and colon- GETS YEARS FOR EXEMPTION FRAUDS June Capt. A. Goulet. Gen. Robertson, lender of thE Hrllish' army of occupation, saw LT-geU on SnluriUy. ot the allied forces nt ILc Hhlne hdads now have a comiilele under- standing of- tbe plans.concernert in an advance Ehould the Gerpjans withhold tbplr signature to tha peace treaty. A.great amount of war material has becu moved lo ihe cast'bank ot Ihe including Junks 'ea'tl trains Thousands, have teen thk'ftn gut dumps, polished.'and'fscirt Tor- Tho (Jerinaus ot the-'occujiiurl Iht allies mean .business. (be .UrjUpry -ivlilcli majfbe occupiedJa gron'ln? pankfcy llicl: 'oVcfftniefiL lo sign.. "MilTlbhV are consumltiy -the fooil- oturfs 'Slates.; The" prospect IbaL ihllT supply may be r slojlped "more thih.'.counteTacIs the o! the C'AlAiAI'.V. Juiw J. liJu- Kitlnlion volors My'np ninrohed hat lie order tliroyKli rhocrins crowdp 10 jnuoriti tain ft upon the people of this city a vlbioti of all lluit Ilitee men liave actoioplUhpd ilurJnK inure than four yea re of fur thtir csini'.ry and far the cause of freedom, and Ui-3 1 soul of Calgary eiHltfd. There was a about thy of Al Or.'ii HatLftlioD wliicii lias Itetn Jacking In previous sucli CU-IKS. It was not only ihc attccllon -v; feel tor i'irst hait lo he mobilised in ihe city, (hat ivns responsible for thin ucft" alniopphcre. 1 ThriT.was tht Einse uf esaiiatinu !ibe lliought ot fine work finely roinplJEheJ, and the Joy thai at lafil ihe task :s finished, that ihe weather-j tenned men that have tome home ;irej to restortd to their friends mid toj the life of TUB coimnumiy. Calcnry rose 10 the occasion, am! ilie men showed tbelr appreciniiou of the 0----- welcome thai awaited them In nn Uti- Isinkahle Promptly nt Icily tiinb) ilift troop truiti sieamed -into the C.P.li- the bands strikins up "Monte. nnd the frlt-nds of re- turning men ami formi-r menjners the Calgary battalion asllc cheers. The crowds had not. been i allowed lo pass through ilie gate, bull as iliose who liad favored positions front caught sight of ihem wearing the unmistakable blue double square shoulder pilches, at. Hit win- dows nnd In the vesl'biilcs o' thi! cheers ivert raiseil aiul ea'rneJ Several Leikbrtdge boys of the IIlsl came home on ibis aflL-rnoon's tra'11- Ceorges Plon and e Omer Guayr r tha trio fonnri guilty nl conspiracy' lo defraud in connection with a milllsrj excmplioh scandal wore today scntenc nl oy.JusIIcc 1'pllcller In.the court ot Klnp'a, liencli. sent to the ior 30 months. I'loa and Guay wore sent to jnil for four months each.' Juaticn PclletEcr was nspcclDlly heavy in Itis arralgnnient of Goulet. "THE COMMON CAUSE11 AT THE COLONIAL Thealru iu I-elhbridKi' in more Colonial Theaiie ]iai- roiia. going rei'uiyfc ii swvcre "joii' loiilglit ai (he Colonial theatre foi the attrartiou scheduled for thro- dayri coniiueucinK today (Monday j i J. Stuart JilacVion'b greiteat menl "Tho Comuion ratisc." NuiljiiiK apiiroacliing "TLie Cause" hai ever before, r.cen i ed sheer aucctaculisr cffert. I uvfn-heliuine clliiiaies. (or beauty of storv. for ical liuniau naiuire ruuicdy ronjeily not .of the siicX Tor ihal invsterious liiig" which goes tu make UH ar usual H is an established fact that Commim Cause" was first'uffcrei al it's inilial performance in New EMPRESS-LX Today 35c: Childrtii lOo Th. Dr-amstlc Event of the Sejiian A. H. WOODS PRESENTS 'COMMON CLAY" THE PfUZE AT THt RtPUbLIC THE Tonight and Tomorrow Pauline Frederick A Paramouul She looked a bsauly In her grandmother's wedding gown! She didn't put U on to be mar rled simply put it on lo show her lorer how nice she look in it In casr sne should Le Iho chlcl norly ni a .iMMiuinB uue ALSO GOOD COMEDY SCORES CONDUCT OF AMERICAN GIRL3 Afghan Troops Fort Bal- German OHicers Mixed Up in Plots NEW Xorris, a re- tired. Judge, or'.e o[ the passengers on lhc_transnort Kspagne when she dock- ed today, Tvho liaa liccn tn Paris look- ing nfler Ills real eft.itB Interests, brought back the rnost scathiug crit- icism llpoc the American girl (hal hag yet come out cf Franco. Trould varn Ihr, American lico- ple." lie said, "lo keep Ihe gMs at MONTREAL BAP.DERS STRIKE he "ta IhE 'MONTREAL. Jiinc GCO liomc. Tho nctlcras o! ii groal rnanj of the American nirls wlio havu cone over linvc been on credit lo themselves harbors went- uii aifikii this inornlug hlglier Although sotnc or wi-.. un Hie llrms signed Ihc nGreemcnlj or to (heir counlrj. They went ever lo nsltert for -bv llic strikers, they uill j exploit themselves, and they have do no remain cut imtl! Inc omplojcrj aBreajit. 1 urn disgusted -wllli Ihc way many lu Iho'dcniHn'ds. of these American glrla have acled." i i TRY A CUP OF t POSTUM s i next time that tea E or coffee disagrees. No joss of pleasure but a gain in health if you are sus- ceptible to harm from tea or coffee. "There's a Reasot> SfMLA, Juiic imdrcd'Afglinn troops, -who broXe out Fort Dalrtaks and flcil, suffered ivily from machine guns and In the avalry pursuit. Rome German and offlccrp.Mvho were at Kabul wlien hoslllllica broke out. stayetl here ivhcn Ihe rcttirniTig (ierinaiTj Auslrinn war nrisoncrs were deported roni lndrn, and IL is believed some of Ilicm are assisting In Hie, direction of Afghan oiierallona' with a .cerlaln amount of Holsherlk co-operallon anil nssialanco. H IB reported that the MOTOR CARS RUMEW JRACTQRS ACETYLENE WELDING tribe is not avergc lo, ihc Amanuclla, selection pT a new p.mlr. In cnnrgc, Is a young visionary find Is a tool ot unscrupulous persons, The heat is seasonable, hill, Ihnnfcs to Innoculallon and other precautions. the health ot the Iroops Is excellent. 'the Men Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., opp. Lethbridge Holil Phone 1544 Tractor Repairs We specialize in rehorlng gas Iraclor cylinders, Sn.rt rilling oversize pistons and rlDEs. Wo have in stock Rt present -oversize rlslsns (or all. popular 'makes of CQ3 tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 Ttt Avt. S. Phjne 1732 School Children Notice SPECIAL MATINEE COLONIAL THEATRE AT 2.30 'The Common Cause' Spedaj reduced prices for school children only 15c "Why the livery. Ellen? You're Ihe girl we used lo call the rillrsl llUle kid at THE STORY OF A LOVELY WOMAN WHO STOOPED TO FOLLY _ 'Tor the Colonel's ladr and Judy O'Grndy Are sisters under Ibe NESV YORK CRITICS UNANIMOUS IN PRAISE tremendous play wilt force and meting." protest against social lajuatlce." POST "Hardly a dry-cyctl woman in tlic house." LVK. of tbe biE successCB ol the Boason." widely discussed play this season." graphic illustration." I COLONIAL PHONE 360 DAYS STARTING TODAY IVJLJAI BOSTROM'ANO BRADY IR- RIGATION LEVELS. HAY AND GRAIN. U.G.G. FARM MACHINERY. NATIONAL RUBBER TIRE- FILLER. STAUDE MAK-A-TRACTOR5 K. H. C. KEROSENE BURN. ERS FQR FORD CARS. Makes I'oltlical Talk in Which lie SInles The Oliver Govcrnmcnl (Fpcctal lo TKc Herald) CHANtlUOOK, D.C., Miiy lion. J. Hawser, lender of the op- liosltlcn in tho prm-liiflul I'arllnraent. Rddrtsseri a vvclhatlcmlcd niacllus Ihc Auditorium liero Hi's cvcnlnE. lie aiioko'at crcal-length on what he con- sidered tho mjlEdmlnlslrcHon of Hie Ollrei' covcrnmunl, their lavish ex-1 pcndlturo of puljjlc funds, tho (olhirel of tfie government lo live up lo their I prc-elecllon pledges, nnd also their failure lo FOIIIO policy snltftblo to tho pprloi'. of reconstrurllcn nml re fslabllsUinfDl ot Ilio rclnrntil sol- dlcr.i. Urforliinatcly Ihe speaker did not nny remedy [or the pres- ent condition of affairs, eicopt thai and Ills collciig'luu sliould bo re- turned lo power nl the ucxl electron. Mr. T. Cflvon, ox-Jl.l'.I1., ncted as chairman, nnd cloauil the mccllnRwilh ft few remarks, ALLIED ATTITUDE ON RHII4E REPUBLIC FOR SALE CHEAP I Dominion Nobby Treid Tire; wllh tube and rim com- plete. 1 Non-Skid, 31x4. I Plain, 33X-I. 1 Non-tkid. 34X4. Also .1 inner tubes 31x4, 32x4, i VETERAN TIRE REPAIR Co., 406 6th Street South Farm Products, Ltd. 218 Sherlock DuildlDj Phone 777 EVEREADY SERVICE STATION MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Wir'K A Wrlilen Guarantee for a Tear and a Hall -Tlth .New Dal- IcrLs. j. o. THOMPSON 718 3rd 9, THE GREATEST PHOTOPLAY OF THI DECADE J. STUART BLACKTON'S SUPREME ACHIEVEMENT. The with Liujh, a Thrill, I THE OMMON PARIS. June al- lied forces will lalio no in Iho mOTcincnl (or Iho 'cstabllshmnil of Illilne republic. Ilio Journal says. The nlllcrl iioft'r-rfl will observe 101 sttlitudc of ss'JillnB. Cabbage Plants SPECIAL TODAY We live the hest -.Voiv l.i the time lo icl-yoW i varieties, early nnd late: 50 Planti 50c 100 90c 1000 J8.SO BING WO 320 13lh STREET 1872. Written by J. Hartley OVER MOO PEOPLE IN THE CAST SCREEN TIME 2H HOURS PRODUCED BY VITAQRAPH With An All-Star Cast, Including HERBERT SYLVIA BREAMER, HUNTLEY GOR- DON, LAWRENCE GROSSMITH, MLLE. MARCEL And .In the Prologue and epilogue JULIA ARTHUR, MARJOKIE RAMBEAU, IRENE CASTLE VIOLET HEMINO, EFFIE SHANNON Everywhere this stupendous production lias shown; the tLealres have been unable lo Sccommoilile the crowds who clam-, ored (or admleilon the'. Initial performance. For your own convenience' we iirge you to tlfc'nd the matinees it possible, or II yoy unable to altend the -inallncoa, endsavor (o gel to thu theitre early In Ihe evening. Mitln'ie Dully it Open Onee Nlthtly at open 7.45 PRICES FOR ALL- PERFORMANCES: ADULTS 25c ;