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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY IIKRALD PAGE'FIVE OTTAWA. Juiie llobert llor- In ibt bousa of commons this afternoon announced Ihc resignation ot lion. T. A. I'rcrar is minister ot '1 in correspondence which Sir Itoberl read, Mr. Urcrar lakes the- ili-flnllc stand that he cjn not ?ur- 1'url tlio budget. "As, you .ire Mr. Crerar Kuberl on Juno 4. lu re- tard io the builgel. "1 am'not In ac- tord wjtli It and therefore noli it L'lthcr In Ibc huueu or Inj the country. IIUTltlg rftched (Ills do- i'lsiou. ihcro lj only ouo course for me io follow, and I. Ihorei'ore. lender >ou htreuilu my ns a Notice to the i-DANCING The High River Orcheslra In innount! Irlat they will their Last Dance of the Season IN THE KNIGHTS Op) PYTHIAS HALL FRIDAY, June 6 FROM 9.00 TILL_J.3ii Everybody welcome. IJon't miss tills, be there. The usual Jiduilssioiis iircv.iil. member of tbe soveiuniein. reasons for njy dcclilou shall s'.vcu more fully vvuen the subject Is of undur In house." Sir Uoberl mulled elprejsluj "his deep ;uid unlel5ned feeling" al Mr. (War's resignation. adding: "I en tirely appreciate the sincerity o[ tlio comicllons which have ranpelltd >uu to lake this course." .Mr. t'rerar's letter lo Sir Itonert Dear Sir Tbe gov- prnmctll consideration of tbe udgel lo bo placed iKtoro parliament omorrow hat reached. I lake II. defi- nite ana final conclusions as to Ihe onn Itivill take. As you are aware am not iu accord wllh, it and there- ore can not support il tilher in Iho house or in ilie couutry. Having reached this JccUlon llic-re only one course for me lo follow mil I, herclorc, tender you herewith my reslsnatlon as o member of the go-.-- crnmcut. Tho reasons fov ray deci- sion shall be given moro fully wnen Vhc biibjecl Is under discussion HI Iho house In" view of Ihc- fact that m'iiiiirr business of di.-moblllz-i-. lion Is not yet completed, lierlnlt inn to bay lhal only strong convictions upon this Issue, reached after earn- est consideration, luipclls me io Ihls course. "I can not refrain from expressing mv appreciation ot Hie heavy worries arid rcsiionilbllWcs you have so courageously Isc'cd during Ibo war, and particularly in tlio list year-- worries and responsibilities ivhicli I veniurc lo iay the people of Canada do not yet fully nnjrrslanil; ami also tbe fine manner lo you havo ropreseutel Canailn oversells in tbe dcllcalo ncgotlallons preliminary !lo Ihi signing of peace. "Let nie, also thank you very sin certly Indeed tor iho many courtesies and kindnesses you have shown (lur- ing Ihc pabt 18 monlhs. to one quite Ineipcricnced lu parllamcnhiry work mi) in HIP u-ry lulrii-alu and jrobk'ius (-1 e'jvei-iiiMiil in conn-': "I am. HI-. I ISiKiitd) "T. A. CUEIIAU." Sir roiniod: "My Near Jlr. L'rirar: I uivs re-j colved wiih deen Kild unfeigned re-' gri-t your res'gnalicw aft a mcuibftr of Ihe soverninrni. but I entirely ai-pre-1 dale the sincerity ot liio which compelled you to lake ibli courso. "It will be my Immediate In exquilul His KilC'lleucy Ihe Governor- Gem-rat u'hlryour decinion and lo re- quest hi; authority for ULC ai-ci-ptanci. Suffered Since He Wjs Two Ycirs Pounds on Tanlnc Well and Strong {departed from the old fasuionej and stereotyped drama, llo has created an absolutely new lorm of ail riprfs- slon -w-hose reach IB boundless, llo takes iou from [lain homellto scenes ol lae present day. lo thobfl iu Judca In the limes ot Christ. Ho carries you from Judea to tlio glories of meilinal Prince. Kroai J'rsnco you go easily into pomp sod magnificence of ancient llabylon. From Ilabylon bacl: to Ihe pres'enl and Nearly, as [noughts Huh across Ihe mlui. In thli amallne lalu you will live Us search Tor ilie iiuu who his daughter sies Wo ton and Itar- din lalfcius bo intimately togciiie: that he judges JIarilln inn.U by s'iter'a lover. JIanlin, lu order to otters Lo marry iy. a good-tor nothing Is iho man lows, loiter her oj.eucd lu ihe kind ot a man lie reaily is au'i she has a chaugo or Hani! u Is the lucky this lltne. Chaplin in "Triple Troubl will also be ihown and 'J'ccMy Ulrd; the secoad o( the great Che-ner Our "ing Pictures. Tnest- aro gjanii atiractloiiB. 1 am mo------ mv colleagues for HIP loya. aid earnest i-ftori v.-hlcu uu ail such uccas'oil! bave been or j of such "Mv LiFSOi-iAllon you. as one of my collcBSUCF. will always be lo a'hP.ppy ineu'-ory, and I iLLutv lliat 1 may eiuress in you on lietiill ol ail tbe members of the government "I am very sraleful Mr your kind words In respect lo my own part in public affairs flue's it has been ray vilpje lo have you as one of my Tvro or Ihtoe bo'-irE after I e-allng.'especially Ihe tveJilDK meal.] Iheatre tucrs be would begin to complain ol iovere here. pains In his sloinacb wculd in rroase unlll he would go Into Flo.is. These spells v.cuM come fivi> CT eii limes a .noaih and tLout thirty mlnulis ar1! he .would be unconscious for nn hour. Soln'1 uaid he had heart trouble and others said II was verllgo. His coadlllon VJMII Mm down to a u THE HEART OF WETONA AT THE EMPRESS TODAY TOMORROW every guod wish, believe mo, Mr. Crerar. "Vours f Out., June C.--Prior to the opening ut ttio n-.orniui! sedernnt of the Presbyterian general assembly G. W. V. A. A General Meeting OF THE G. W-V. A. WILL Bt HuLu Qn Sunday, June 8 AT 3 P.M. l members a re. requested J. A. TURCOTTE, g'ecly.-Treaturer. Ibc regular morning informal discussion on the forward movement look place, llt-v. Dr. !l. P. McKay, of j Toronlo. Ilev. 11. W. llJss, ol Halifax. leading Hit; Most of tho morning session, was 0'.'- cupicd with reports anil overtures from various committees, synois and I'reibylr-rics. llcporiins for the pub- licallo'n board, John Loivnen announc- ed Hint the net assets wore an increase of over as compared i wilh the previous year. Tteceipts totalled {2H.1H, with n balance of It. U: Fraser an nounced. and II was.pitiful to ;rc he suf- "Ills- mother took him lo Si. Louis. many other places lor treatment. mid we Brent tlioilsaiirts of dollars i trying to find some rrlirf lor him Nut it was all lo no avail. "Hut all that awful loail ijf aniiely and worry hag been lifted. James now a well arid happy boy and is going to and a few tallies ol Tnnlac did it. llo alr.aya complalneO of Jiavlng to lalie olher medicines, bul )ie seemed to like Taultc, and fiince.taking five botlles be Is sixteen .priunds heavier and doesn't look Hko Ibe same hoy. He wants all llio time- and can eat anything with- out it hurting'him. It makes us ro- joice to Jnnws well and stout and enjoyinri life like ntber hnvs. arc not looking for notoriety, but for Ilia j sake of suffering humanlly, .we arc willing to give our unqualified cu- dorsen'.ent for Tanlac." Tsnlsc is told In I.otbbridr..; bi- John -Hlsinbnlliam Co.. In Itcd- clilf C. T. Hall, ami in Coalhurst by Diamond RL S-.Ttionery store. BIG WEEK END SHOW TODAY SATURDAY Nonna Talmadge, the beautiful Se lect will he presented by M. Schenck In Her latest Select Pic lure "The Heart of at the l-moress theatre today ar.d tomorrow. TLis an iuulan story by George Sctrborough. Tlio scenario was writ- ten by Mary Murillo and It was di- rected by A. Franklin. Tho story begins when Qiwuiuli, chief of a iribc of Comanche Indians, learns uis daughter, Wetona, nas been wroocf'l hy a while man. Go- lem's mother was 2 while woman and Wetona has been brought, up as n white girl- The. Comanclies decide to seek ven- geance 'Hiey -will tinrt the man vrho has wronged Ilie daughter i of chief of Ihelr tri'je anil put him lo death. 'ieIusc-3 to tell Iho namo'ot her lover. All 3le wiil tell lier father is that lie ia n. white man. She goes to John Hardln. the agent in charge of the reservation, and the only white man the Indians trust, to ask him to save her lover. Wllle she Is talking to Harrlin, Quannah In DELIGHTFUL. BEWITCHING RUTH CLIFFORD IN Julian'l Dramatic Treat 'FIRES OF YOUTH' went you to seo this feature It Is one ot Ihe best ol Ihe year Third Episode of the Serial of Thouiand Surprlsii CLOVE With DaihlnB MARIE WALCAMP elc Extra Comedy Feature "Roped Into Scandal" One long yell of laughter Our show for thli end IB right up to standard. It fs carefully selected lo please you to utmost. Colonial Uiuil Prices: AdultJ Children 10c Children's Matinee Salurdcy 5c NORM MCE IN "THE HURT Of This is trulr Norma Tal rnadgo 'ulumpli. Also jnolhe Chester OullnE Tlclure. Ohiplln Muting C_ for Children Salurdar FRONT 945 9th STREET BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES. ENGINEERS' and SURVEYORS'. PRECISE LEVEL, AND STEEL TAPES DRAWING and. SURGICAL INSTRU- MENT9, SEWING YALE LOCKS, KEYS int TYPEWRITERS ACCURATELY REPAIRED Baby .Carriages Repaired; Tire and of all sizes in ilock. BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN BY HAVING YOUR MOWER SHARPENED ON THE "IDEAL" LAWN MOWER GRINDER-MAKES THEM CUT BETTER THAN WrfEN NEW. -r- One of our pat. Inventions LONDON. June an unanimous vole tlie government bill to rerorm Iho constitution of Irirtii iiasEea second reading in Iho house cl common: last nlEliL The bill was tticn rcfcrrerl lo a Joint commUleo of Hie house of lords and house'of eotamons. Edwin S. 'Montague, secretary of slale lor Iniliii, amiouuccrt in Hie house ot commons May 12 lhal Ihe bill for the reformation of Ihe co'iislitullon of Imlia 'vrouW uiahe of Inclia ivnal may be very loosely described as a. union of crcat sclf-EOvefning coun- tries ehtruslcil willi Ihe custody of tholr own Veil being as jiarlners in Iho great freedom loving Urilisli com- monwealth." Maintenance of order will lie the st oWccl of the hill mid The c.iuscs Isconlcnl nrc to be discovered so at those which ore most IrouMo- mc can be removed. I Wone In Vancouver j OTTAWA, June rcceiv i pd fit ilic labor department indicate that the strike -situation at I ver is not improving. The department j is nuvised the street arc now oul on strike. The mayor of Vancouver .communi- cated. with Kir Robert Burden yester- day in an effort'to iircvcnt (he siren car men from joining the strikers and Uie prime miulsler telegraphed to him ,the government's altitude with regard to collective bargaining. The depart- ment lias no word as lo Ibo situation In Reports from other strike centres seem to indicate that the situation is about the same. FEOST J'lon PALACE MEAT MARKET mm spicks Finest Home Rendered Beef Dripping; pound.. -30c Choice Dairy Butter, per pound............45c Veal, choice roasting cuts, pound, 22c, 25c and 30c Prompt attention will be given all Telephone Orders. Place your order early. Phone 431 408 13th 8TSEET NORTH LICENSE NO, STRIKE SETTLEC I1KDFOHD, Mass., June he slrlkc of'uiill engineers-was set- cdjloday was announced-lhal 10 irorkera of oilier departments ho wele forcen oul on account of Ihe rike return (o nort ncjt Jlon- ay. Most of .the. mills in Ihe t-ily arc been closed .more than two weeks. the wealthy classes pay as they h never paid before. Still Protection V-AXCOliVEH., June Thomas V.Hilte's tuilgct proposals, as laid be- fore parliament yesterday, contain, quite a number b' changes ill 'Iho' tariff lint do not constitute anything approaching an abandonment- of tho principle of protection to Canadian in- says the cdllorlally this morning. "MosT ol his sugges- lions arc obviously compromises be- tween tho two sections of opinion within Ihe ranks ot tho government's iliporters." JUNE 9 COLONIAL. 3 m EXTRA SPECIAL ROAD SHOW ATTRACTION Pavid W. Griffiths Colossal Spectacle Or Love's Struggle Throughout The Ages CHIEF INSPECTOR VISITS J. F. MrN'olly. chief inspector of chools was in Ihe city yesterday In ho Interests of Ihe summer school. Tlio warm Wool! of n hastily ties- patched chicken saved the lite of a Columbia, I'n.. lioy, bit- ten Ihrco times by a romicrheaii snake. Koldiera who fall to pay Oicir pre- mlttnis on U. S. CJOvcrrinienl insur- ance nritr. discharge will be sken nina inonllia in which lha liollcy may Lo reinstated. Keeps One Fit A regular morn- ing-dish of GrapeNuts Wonderful Food Value "There's a Reason" PARIS. June Reports Iliat Ihrt strike in the F.irls region which now has hecn in progress" four (lays liatl an origin oilier than In the legitimate de- mands of Ihe workers were repudiated ut a strikers' meeting this morning. Tlio Echo de PaFia says lhaty the transportation slrlko will bo settled ivilhin l 2.IS nnil evening per iorniances nl In "Intole'ranro" Mr.. Orilfllh Four great stories run parallel one with the other throughout the action of Intolerance. The four great stories sweep on to a rushing climax that has brought audiences everywhere'lo their feet in tears and cheers. Remember, at the Colonial, Three Days starting next Monday, June 9th. Twice daily at 2.30; met nightly at 8.15. Prices for all Performances: Adults SOc Children 2Sc ;