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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. 3. mmmm "It colUcliTC bargaining Is at stake and It appears to.be. then union Avhicu tone out n ot the melal worker.1 union in symathetic, but it over i ISptclnl 10 WINNIPEG. Man., Juae Canadian Padlic Hallway traus- I continental train, the iltcd. passed through Winnipeg at I a o'clock en route The Nearly worth of equipment us being used In the new K ,L.- vi-flPaK eUUIUUirm uciufe u.-m. service, and lo this Is added lhc vrag w'I0i for the train crews auTlbe army iaeu connected with lbaltioOUplanes. olg mass ot men in act'.on, are powerful ai ind authentic. 'The Common Caute' a a lilting succeisor to "Hearts the World" and "The Baltic Cry of an'l a credit to producer, and inci- dentally to tna Colonial fhmcUt jl 10 blB expense In bringing lucllon here. for tno ira-n i judging by the Inlerest taVen men connected with operatic H the pjctfre. the Colonial J" train using the new service cm thi (med Capacity at eie.y perform- 3000-uille run. The ulp rc'juuca l-; wday tomorrow, ualn to Include The admirers ot Pauline Frederick, the ueamifill Paramount star, will lie much lulerested in the aimouni-etfient rita "i ,lrl in this splendid photoplay was written .by Alicia R.mtey Rudolph de Cordova, aocr her terliatlon is said t.o te essentially dif- ferent Irom any which has essayed In motion pictures. As Delores. in Ihls picture. Miss Frederick delineates iu captivating 1 strle the; character o! a girl reared in 1 ihc South who has strong American ideals and who rebels against beine 1 married oft without her knowledge or consent to a man no! of her own This forms tlic basis of an interesting and dramatic- story, which has its distinct thrills and hear! ap- peal Frederick i> aiipuortut liy an eicellent company headid by Pedro i in concerned sfnl In puUi time from Mo trea __ tie niade when present agree- so, then the railway may he invojved'which mucu in any the Rob.rtson OTTAWA. Juna lar George Ham anO F. F Fox, Canadian Pacific Hallway officials, were on the train. Mr. Ham will go to Vancouver and Mr. west on the train. The new trains are made up ot iron coaches. The I en route tu ixesi. 5n l! duo i" Vancouver Thurs- rnin1" at 10 o'clock. The cut- df Dm lrto from lice early, hut refused irtv stalement wllh regard to Iho nenato, which ma> lie i later. Offor of Settlement "WISNIPI3G, June -j.-Thc most iin- ke development tmlay from Fconcmalion standpoint, was Ihe an nouncemcnt br ihc railroad bro her hood executives to mcd Me the controversy, that Ihrco leading iron works. was'called here nt n am. to- V 350 Out In Rea'ma KEG1NA. June mooted here for a coimle of making fewer stops and running at fasler speed. i at are five compartment cars. 1- will bej largclv nfed hy lourljl Iraftlc. It will bt value to business men! in make trlpl IwlwMn and, j 7o" llh ir..tn. which left' 'Vancouver at the samo time as Ihe westbound irain leil Montreal. rived in Winnipeg ibis afternoon. It will reach Montreal noon Tl ursday The connections at bu'-l- bury are perfect, and a halt-day ia saved iu leacnmg m Queen City- SOLIDITY AND STRENGTH In transacting business with this Bank it should be remembered that you are dealing with an institution that bas grown to be one of the large Banks of the world. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE T'S THE TALK OF THE TOWN "the Common Cause" The U'ar Story With a Laugh a Thrill and a Throb llamlolpb, other well-knusvu playera. Tonight Last Time Adolph Zukor, preients Pauline fretorick IN COUNTERREVOLUTIONS IN vyESTEP.N HUNGARY Now Playing TODAY and WEDNESDAY COLONIAL Ihe Old A Paramount Picturs CraW wanted to choose :i husuand tor her. I'o lores is a headstrong, romantic Creole lassie and has ideas on the subject herself; but, would YOU helieve it. the man Granny i-nooses, turns out to be a rough diamond aud Dolores falls in. love with him herself after try a treacherous writer. "Hustling for Health" Comedy iliSSSil Ex-1'remier. Answers Some Criticisms of (Jen- French glONIJON' .lone llerhert H.. As- nultli! British premier at the of tbe replying to criticism made by Viscount French he comnSnder of. the Uritish forces France, in book concerniuB he Eovernmcnt in Ihe early days of the war said -that -prior- to -the visit to France ot Earl Kitchener nio'venitnts French'had fillcdl the cabinet wilh consternation. The movements; the former prem- I let said would hnte had in the juds- ImpVt of the cabinet the effect ot leav- ing Iho French army IK the .lurch in the moment ot supreme onsternatlon, Mr. Asdullh declared, s-is shared hy the French goverument. ____ BEIU.1X. June S (Via _ counler-revolulionBry uprisings have occurred m many towns ami Tlllases of western Hungary, nccordinB to reports received here. Hun- dreds of refusees are arriving daily :it tile Austrian frontier, OFfERWl War Bond Interest Coupons'and Cheques Cashed Free. i The Merchants. Bank will cash War I coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without making any charge whatever for the sen-ice. If you have not a Savings Account, why not use your interest money to open one with c, This Bank? THC BANK EMPRESS-Todayi'irew i-iTT-MVV 3.-The .atteutioff Hopeful in Toronto TORONTO. June 3.-Mayor Church .udother concliiators today continued efforts lo secure a basis ot agree mcnt helween the sirlWng workers'Of tto'.meul iradorand of their ,rs The feeling hero-is that it. dtmcullics beUveen the "the striking employees of the on their way to settlement the Tympathotic strike called by the "gen- eral strike com.mltlee" would is still to nil nwiearanccs in an Industrial way. b Shl> cent, of the population ,s For Canadian Goods as Result Of Credits lo Belgium and Rumania T "were no additiprls repoileil -day to the.slrlKers1 ranks and so is known none is expcclej unli Win'tea'slriki otThe street rail ou'their 6Vn account. Other unions, particularly the boo and shoe Workers, aro negollat.n with the employers for increases, wit i little prospect nt a ment lieing reached. Methodists' Vlewi MONTUEAL, ,Iun9 .tormv morning session sjienX In di cusslo'n of of .the Mel ndlst church toward Ihe connicl 'b tSeen Inlior and capital, Iho Mo.itreal Methodist conference approved tlis 'resoiulion passed hy Ihe Dominlor, Melhodlst conference In Hamtllon last bclobor, which calls tor tin subslili.- llon of co-opernllon for In economic life aurl urges a recoiislruc- tlon o( the entire Industrial system. nov W. It. Laidlaw. superRnnu, Mcil Melliodlst minister, died In Co .ronlo. OTTWA, Jttno 3-S'early 516.000.- 000 worth of orders hlive already been placed with Canadian manufacturers 'under 'tus -credits ,es_ -lablishecl in Europe, A return i.ss lust been prepared by.the Lara ail trade commission, Ottawa, lo ay 31 shows that the'lion's share o for has been allocated nnuer the reJit granted by. the Dominion to in llumanlan. government, over 00 000 in ll-e .aggresnte. whllo ]us lireeauarters million dollar ,ave come under the .Belgian credi proportion is merely accldenla he mainly lo -fne greater prompt ude with which Ihe Rumanian oj< cers In acted on'the principle ot credit. PARIS, June financial change being considered in the German treaty is the possibility of the acceptance of the. German proposal to pay indemnity of marks which would Involve dissolution of the alljed financial commission, to which the Germans strongly object. It Is understood lhat :ihii 'proposal has strong'support In certain 1 q'uarttrs. The second be. ins considered for a-plebiscite In Slltiia in order to guarantee 1 to Germany frc-m the r. Siiesian '.mines. HALF MILLION ON STRIKE IN FRANCE I'AItlS.1 June are -at. present persons on strike in France, according to an esti- mate uy the newspaper Ot these, are In the tr.idcs.in the Paris region. R. J. DINNING, Mansger V. A. EDEKLY, Manager. M.-A.K-U-1'A'TR'CK.MEr To Send Money To Foreign Countries made oy mail ALSACE-LORRAINE CZECHOSLOVAKIA NLAND DAU.IATIA, SWEDEN ICELAND NORWAY DENMARK HOUMAN1A THE COMMON CAUSE" IS TREMENDOUS PRODUCTION .1. Stuart sBlaclilon's.'-maBnIflcertt production. "The Common, opened a thrce-dnye' engagement -at Thefilre last night lo an indlence that fillciT Ihe lheal.ro lo capacity. before the lime for the commencement of the piny every good seat In the Ihcnlre was taken. Anil, thefiiicluro Is all. that claimed of it. It is.a terrific In dlctment of'tiro murderous; Hun. Its splendid cause of civiliza tlon upheld by the glorious armies o the preaenled in o splendid convincing raannor. It's n drama, rich -Arrangements may also be made' through ll.ls Dank for payments by mall to THE BLACK SEA.. THE v ROYAL BANK OF CAN.AP'A Incorporated 1868 Held Office Montreal York New Yorn Barcelona Eng. s, plaila'Ue Calaluna 6 Princes St., B. t. 6S Gapit.l Paid UP Total Different and Better Uttan other POST TOASTIES L But Vke-President of C. T. U. A. Declares. Bur.lw.bn. Must Be Disposed Of ATLANTA, Cia.. June employees, chiefly operators. ot the two companlesvherc, wont; on strike yesterday allernoo'n, demandliiK rein- statement ot a dozen workers, who, they asserl, have been dis- charred tor union activities. Union representatives said that 80 operators and 160 male employees were out last nlghl, while J. B. Ilrown, preildcnl of the Southern Bell T.olc- phono and Company,