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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Mil-: UCrilHHIlKiK DAILY HEHAI.D PAGE FJYE WINNIPEG, June execu- tives of the railway brotherhoods, acting ai ilrlke mediators, have lucceoded In obtalntnj propoiaU ol itlllcmanl both (com the metal trades coimcl jnd Winnipeg indus- trial employers. Seefc Common Ground Willie th" negotiation! conduct- ed by the brotherhood h.-ive been strictly secret, (I wai understood tonight that the prin- ciple of collective bargaining outlined In both lelilement pro- posalc. 11 Is expected that the next move ot the mediators will be lo submit a 'comprcmlao plan which .will be based upon the method of collective bargaining used by the brotherhoods and the rnllreadi. A> Ih- brotherhood col- lective bargaining system Is'ltsl drastic than that originally de- manded by the metal trades work- ers, but broader In itc scope than but broader In iti icopc than tho plan Ural offered by the Indus- trial employers, 11 thought In ifmc quartert-tbit the mcdijton might find a common ground for agreement. In substance, the metal work- ers' council Inilltid that'settle- ment of all dllpuli. between any of the leven in '.he council must be approved by the council. employer! offered to meet only repreienUtlvei of the craft or crafti Involved In a, contra- versy, with the understanding that in agreement ihould bt final: Rail- way brotherhood locals are per- mllltd to conciliate with repres- entative! of their employe! and If an agreement Is reached It be- come! binding. If, however, the de'egsjlons fall to then the conlroversy Is unt on to the'lnternafional broth- erhood for prflualmenl. v v BODY HAY NOT BE THAT OF RED ROSA UKItl'IN, Juuo l.-'Au atlloii' sy on the body of a woman found In Iho l.audwebr cunal on Juno 1 bus failed lo estab- lish that il was Ibal of Hosa Luxemburg, who was Vllli-u tarly In ttio vreacut year by u uicb. Tho condition of tile body llon. There were, hou-ever, no traces of bullet wounds rir bruises. The body Is still be- ing heli under orders from Ihe mllltarv court, wlilcli conriutleij the trial of the men alleged to have sltfn Kraul'.-tn l.uiciuburg and Dr. Karl l.iekbnccht. Aarf INDEPENDENCE OF SOUTH AFRICA FAK1S. Juno dcputa- ot eight members'of tho Nationals'. In South Af- rica called uuoi'. 1'rcmler l.loyd Gc-orgo today. Their call was in adrocacy of Independence of the Union of South Africa. v V V V Thai Attempt is j Kting Coldly lleceived tty i The People I IIKIILIN', June 3. -Ihsp-iti-liri from t Frankfort received here regarding set- jtillg up of the jo-callcd llbetlish pro- i WILKESBARRE, Pa., June Seventy-eight men lost their lives In the Baltimore No. 2 tunnel of Ihe Otl.wa.re and Hudson Coal company explosion and fire today and 31 Were injbred, according to announcement by the company orfiolals at noon today- Forty-one bodies have been Identified and 36 remain unidentified. Th: com- pany's Injured list Is not complete and is certain the number of In- Jurttf will about IG THAT REACHED HEARTS Of IDC HCSV Slates iiuin- former ilunsarlan empire as In-1 OF ASIA IN PETHOVA. curporateil the Austrian peace PICTURE AT STARLAND treaty. The council ot four hes de- cldcit'lo eliminate (be provisions for Buch llraitalion. The council loday I gave further consideration ol Ihe Ger- man counter-proposals, these occupy- ing the time during Ihe forenoon ces- sion uf the body. -Tlie afternoon was devoted for tlio most part to the HUBS. lion of thu rights of minorities in the small nations. COMING DW GRIFFITHS COLOSSAL SPtCTACuL IHTOLERANCE k S STRUGGLE J COLONIAL NEXT MONDAY, TUES- DAY, and WEDNESDAY 'he was given third reading CONVICTION OF "WOLF OF WALL STREET" STANDS ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE MEETS Juno :onvlr. by, superinlcndenls of'condillons nni in resnectlvc state il NKW VOTtlCf June i uj, tion of-Llavid known1 progress In their respective ns "the wolf of-Wall Street" for con- j opened the nallona, Epiraey lo-prevent Ihc transportation' convention of lha anti-saloon leaguf of war munitions from ttio United 'Stales lo the allies, was'confirmed THE SON TH a L Thirty men, rcii-cycd and dislievel- efended the government's proposals, j cj_ iiueji up before a judge of the San I Francisco Police Court; il was the 1 regular rnornlnE'comiiany of "drunks and disorderlies." Some were, old :and'lianlencd, others hung their heads i in slianic. Jiist as Ihc momentary dis; j order allcniling the urineinfi in of tho walches and IL fowl. supper we-e given to twelve relurnco. soldiers, rcridciils of Ooulais Day. about 25 m'ilEi from Saull Sle. Marie, when hey were welcomed home by Ihclr noii-Jbora and friends. Goulais Bay had'the dislinclion of sending seven- teen men lo tho war out ol a lota' population of ISO, and five of the sev er.teen made Ihe supreme sacrifice. of the queer habits and man- nerisms of the Arab people of a lilllo colony in Asia are shown in ilme. 1'e- .rova's latest Paramount picture, nalivo teachers or tulors lilting cross-legged on the ground'as they sludy queer books of parchment pap'er; beggar children in tho streets, and the custom o[ clapping Ihe hands three times lo summon servants. i.Madame Potrova herself, being n noted traveller, was able to supply many of Ihe llllle "atmospheric" "louchcs necessary, and wllh Iho roar vclous directing ot.Maurice Tourneur, Ihe production breathes the ver splril of Asia. will bo shonii at Slarlana again lonlBht. Good comedies ivil alio be sltown. AT MONDAY COLONIAL Ll TODAY ONLY Usual Prices, 25o DAINfY MADGE r KENNEDY "THE SERVICE STAR" And in Order to Meet Bankers all a nightmare or a drunken stupor LikdhDcfinile Reparation spectacle. "Intolerance." is admitted by inQ as the 'highcsl achievement Sum To lie Set The song was.sucn M tuuLinai. iu mu jmoiie. as me iiiBin-ai horrible fact (hat no nne could fail I (ronl standpoint of Fiieer artislrl ot a sudden shock.al the thought the ihp carnerti has ever Davl; song i rsvt Griffith spent two million dollars by the United .Slates circuit.court of appeals. A similar decision was felven in increase of'IIetiry B. Martin, a meinher of the so-callod labor's nat- ional "peace council. Her. R. S. Howard Is lenvbs Cballiam lo Lecomo rector of jSt. .Marfc'3 parish al rilontrcal. of America were rnnrte, A number o( addresses the speakers Including Ben. Spcncc, secretary of. Ihe tcm- Jierance alliance ot Canada; Dr.- C. IS'. Sa'llehy und Ilcv. P. S. llanmioiul, represcnllnE Hrilish. and Auslrallan orgaulz'atlons respectively. At Ihe afternoon session, Ilia -program in- cluded' reports by foreign delegates on conditions in their respective coun- tries. PARIS, Juno necessity for the various nations and .especially France lo mako definite stalemenls lo hanking interests concerning tho funds likely to bo received hi rcpar: alion payments' In arrange for loans is apparently affecting'the council ot four's consideration "of amendments lov the German peace Ircay arid it is eipcclcd lo result in IB facing of a definite reparation stmi. Trie failure of nny-nlan for an In- I BAWDEN'S All Around Specials that mean BIG SAVINGS DINING SUITE K'K'al piece dining aulto, made of selected oak, fumed finish, buffet IJ U medium size vrili, miiiorecl back, extension Inblo has heavy pcdcslnl baso. 48 Inch ton cilentls to six feet, dlnerS have full box'teats. Blocked cornerii, and covered In genuine 1 1 rt AA lentbcr. Regular Itad 1 IWtUU BEDROOM SUITE Black walnut bedroom suite, dresser, dressing table, lied chair and. rocker. Dresser has two large and tyo small draw- er! wllh large plate glass mirror, dressing UMo ,one full'lcnglh drawer-and trlpllcule mirrors, bed la full slio with panel Good value nt Ihe rcgulsr price. RejuUr JI9F.OO. nslh nfls. 'BRASS BED, SPRING AND MATTRESS Knll ulzc brass bed, Iwo Inch posts wllh half Inch fillers, pol- Islied finish, good .coll spring und cotton maltrosJ. Aft ulnr {5P.OO. Week; Kia Special........................ 1i7.WU JUTE MATS Uood hc-avr qtialllj- hard wearing Juto niatn In Uireo alzca at very low prices. 18x36 Inch. Regular lor 30x60 inches. Regular for 36x72 mdhes; Regular lor......... 55.25 GRASS MATS Kilra heavy grass Tor ollher Jnrtoor or, outdoor 1 QA UN. Ono oaly, 3fli72 Inches. Regular IZ.BO for ;_ CURTAINNETS Six dlflcrent designs lo ch'ooso from, a ail llial will 7C- latinder Knll. All ono price, JJC BORDERED SCRIMS hordorcil scrims in different-colors. Idlng for bedroom cnrlilns. Vartl BAWDEN BROS. rnallrmal pooling nf war dchls, II is luted out here, Is forcing individual lions Lcr nrcparo lo meet (lie s on n strittly business basis. Say Sign" ASKI', grand-conncll CJcrman-Auslrla, which -met on icsday under the chairmanship o[ reafdenl Sellz, adopled Ihe' report soi slood in old Jerusalem.. Upside the Temple Ihe song wenl on. Tho Judge had paused. He made fmlel inquiry. A former incmhcr of a famous opera company, known all-over Ihe connlry was awailing (rial for forgery. It was he who was singing in nis cell. Meantime the on- and every man in Ihe line'showed emo- .ion. One or Iwo dropped on their knees', one hoy at the end of the line, Griffith in its producliou- "Intolerance lias retrieved a Iriurapb.of art wulch li changed the oullook ot humanity. I is the condensation a thousand aflcr a desperate eltorl at self control, leaned againsl the wall, buried his face against his folded arms, and sobbed, "Oh mother, The sobs, culling lo the heart Ihe men who heard, and Llio song, slill wailing ils way through the court- room blended in the hush. At length one man protested. said he, "have we got lo sub Dr. Olio Ilauer, Uic gist of ivhlcli (o thjg, ,0 our as thaltlm peace terms presented .to bllt thjs-'jic, (06. besan to enuan-Austria by the allies inca.nl I he death sentence of Ihc Austrian cpubllc." -J Newspapers of Vienna, including he Arbiter Soclallst'Or- an, reports sehlimc-rit with various egrces of vcltemence, Sonie darkly ilnl that "tho last word lias nol been poken." President Bauer antl Yfcc-Proslrtoiit Fink have eft Vienna for Keldkeroch lo confer wllh Karl ncnner, Iho Austrian chan- cellor nnd Iho heart of Ihe Austrian pence mission nl SI. Geiinaln. BANANA BREAD (London Times) The West India Commlttce'B circular just issued conlalns further parllcu- lars regarding banana bread which, it Is slated, represents tv saving ol about 30 per .cont. in Ihc use ot wheat sob. It. was Impossible to .proceed will the business ol the courl, yet tlio Judge gave no order to atop the song The police sergeant, nfler an eflor to keep the men in line, stepped back and wailed wllh Ilia roil. The song centuries of evolullon. people fill its scenes, horses and 1.500 charlols add to the escitenlent. Saby- IOD, tlie Mighty Jerusalem, Ihe Holy C'ly Paris, the Medieval Siren. Am- erica ot the Overwhelming Today are the features ot its background. Four real stories running parallel one with tie other rush to a thrilling climax that keeps alive the hope of redemption n tho shuddering heart ot man. "inlolcrdnca" will be coraplc-lely pro seiilcd at the Colonial ciactly.as seen lere before when the admiasUm charged .was as high as a dojlnr and a half.' Prices for the Colonial en- gagement are announced1 in today's art' vertlsement. NORMA TALMADGE IN "THE HEART OF WETONA" Coming to The Empress Korma Tnlmadge vdj] he seen at the Empress theatre on Friday in her latest. Select Picture, "Tho Heart of which she.Is presented by Joseph M. Schenck. It lb a story o! a Lalf Indian who'has been wronged by the man she loves. Shi. refuses to tell Ihe name nf her lover nnd Hardln. ITre QEcnl In charge of the reservation! is. accused of betns tona'a lover. Hardin la in love -mlb. Wclona but has kept It a secret be- cause ho has never been given any encouragement. To protect Vi'etontt, Hardin marries her. She Is ousted from Ihe tribe. Wetoua later learna that she loisi Harciln not Tony. so with her father's forgiveness and a real ioan'3 love she Is made Today's great Madge Ken- nedy In "The Service Star" and Chap- liiyin "Trijle moved on to ils climajc: Foreim Minister! Jerusalem! Sing to night is o'er! llosanna in. the highest! hosanna (or evcrmorcl" In an ecslasy of melody the lail ronls rang out silence. and then (here was "WHERE ARE MY I AT COLONIAL TODAY ONLY The slarlllng moral drama "When Aro-My Will bo, offered at Ihe Colonial fnr tonight only. Two shows will bo given, tie first at 7.15 and the second nt 9.00. i Speaking ol "Where Are My Child the crillc on the New York Her- ald "It'will make young girls look before they leap. It will make the married woman (hlnk end think hnr'd. It will make nil women who see It gain a beller knowledge of Ihe true meaning of Ihe snncllty of Ihe mar- rlage Me." Are Is pro- flour.V Thorough lesta have demonstrated Third .Xve. 8. Complete House Furnishers. Phone 625 I Hull Disci; IhM banana brar.l Is (itillo as palal ablo and as oquiul In every respccl to Iho usual ivhlte bread, excepl, pos- In Ihc mailer ot appnarance. Orcen bananas just about lo turn aro irefertiblo nnd Ibese should lie peeled n wilcr wllh a silver tnlfc lo prevent rliicplorotlon, lltcn boiled in sail walcr runshcd thoroughly, nnd stirred Into the dough, The judge looked Inln; Ihn faces of Ih'o men before There was not one who was not touched by tlie song; not one In whom some betler Impulse was Tint Ellrred. He did nol cull cases a kind word, 6f adTlce, and 10 dismissed all. No man wns fined or sentenced lo Iho workhouse that morning, "fhc sons had done more ;oort than punishment could possibly tavc Yonth's Com- >anlon.' v duced strlclly for adult audiences only, consequently children under sliteen years ofano will not he ndmllleiTW night unless accompanied, by parent or guardian BE'SADA DEAD (lonzales IJesaila foimer minister, of tho Interior an mlnislcr of nuance, Is nend. o( f The logical table drink for Jieolth. INSTANT POSTUM And trie.flaVor satisfies.1 Angus Mcl-eod, fcnnk Sydney Mines, Is dead. Chaff. II. Oodfrc-y hna been appoint cd special auditor for Iho Q.T.ll. Willie 'rfishl'tiB to Ills mother'! a bicycle. Jos. Xold, 2 'ittsbufg. collided with ;i "truck, TB colvlng.rtlal Injuries. TJclroll negros have honght the (or roer resldenco ol Dr. 'Olto Scherger And win convert It Into a imall but modern hospital. N, Tbere persona 10 years of ngc or older In the Untied Slates who can neither read nor write Kngllsh, Fred V. Plntl was killed M' Urnltld- VI.. In 1HIS fii n railroad nccl- dcnl. His .wife has JilKl been nwanl- cd s BITRO PHOSPHATE FOR THIN.DELICATE L. NERVOUS. ANAEMIC A PEOPLE LAST'TIMES TONIGHT Mme. Petiova IN "Ixile" MILKY WAY" Watch tomorrow's Herald toi program. Owing to strike: "con dlllons, we are' nol In posilloi. to announce tpmorrow'e' pro gram. STARTING TOMORROW- NORMA TALMADGE in "THE HEART OF This IE Irulr Norma. madge Irlumph. 'Also another Chesler Puling Plclure. Chaplin Marines tor Children Siturdar YOU MUST SEE IT CANADA FODO BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Notice to the DANCING PUBLIC The Oreheitra beri to'announce that Ihey will give thtlr Dance of! the Season 'IN THE KNIGHTS OF I PYTHIAS HALL' FRIDAY, June 6 9.00 TILL' Y.30 'HveryhoJy 'relconie. Don't miss liils, ho llicrr. Tho visual admissions previtl The Slarlllng Moral Drama 'Children tJncxT 18 Nol Anmlllc COLONIAL TONIGHT ONLY ADMISSION 35 ;