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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JUNE 0. Till; LGTHBHllHiK UA1LT HKRALU PACE FfVK OTTAWA. Jiltic 3.--Mr. Mi-Masler ttjian Ms" LTitlcls.ii of the budget by Iho minister of nuance mi tho ebrlly ol his blalcinenl, II not mi Its i-oinpleleness. Sir Thomas tiad Iho eourage to lell the people not to count too much on Iho indemnities Vo might gel from uur lie hi niseiL did not expect that Kuveruiuonlul claims would receive many ccnlft on thu dollar. Charges Tardiness Ills iittil seaisist 'JiC minister was nvgllgem-o and tardiness LTinghm down his budget. This was net u question of tbc mere con- venience of thft members of (he par- liament; the 'delay caused -financial stagnation !n Ihe country. Men In trie business' and juanutai'turius not know where (hey were and liaJ lo conduct from hand to mouth. It was true that llic people did nol j ibe ol tlin var, but that lire" war was over and especially after thoy began, lo pay their income mxea they would wonder whether the administration hnd, been as careful of expenditures us it should li.tvc lie en. and, this was certainly the Hordeti thai admlnis- iralloii which was responsible for de- crepit liorscs, dear drums anil uad boots.' C. N, H, Stock Waler -3 MKXICO 01TY. June v The city ol Clilhualiua. wMclr v Villa was reported to was. entered Kalurday by federal v troops, U was aniiouiKC'd last v night from utlicers y( 1'rtsi- v dent Carrauia. v June John X. Jordan, Ibo Driiish min- ister, on bebalf of the diplomatic body tendered an nidc meiuoJre to I'resldent HBU Shlh C'haug. iu the powers deep re grot of the suspension of the Shanghai conrenlloii which hnd been endeavor- Ing Jo cITect conciliation between north and eoulh China jnd the Jiopc j POUJIIKKKl'rilK. i The alrjiluuc that (Iropnc-l in the iiutl- son river nljoui a ago Loaded Innrlh and of wMdl IKidlillK Jias LfcCIl 1 j heard slnri-, is Li-lk-vy-l Ly Lhe nu- (iliorllic-s and Ity Col. W'Jipaion. of the, Mlnto'a iiviat'ou Ik-Id, to be Ihc most promising clue to ante of Cant. UiinsvU Jamc-s. the iiiK Canadian avJalur. Tlir machine was seen to droji into Ihe Hudson ai nine I'olni. ntioui lli.-eo rnMo.s Li-Joiv llils city. Kverju. llic tele- graph era tor ai lllfih'and Ma lion, anil Harry Klltott FHW ihu occurronce. their attentftiji cullcil tu tlit- ap- proach of the machine by ilie operator at It JK 110iv thought that Capi. Junics Jost 'jntl was licrtded north searching for '.he landidp (Echl ;u PougbheepsJc. (hat lie was Iji the wronff location when lit passed HALIFAX. X. S.. Juii? Tbe lon'ing officers K. Sr t-eiiu. Vancouver. Kor -Sfen KJmontou. f'or f.k'ul C'ol. K. II. Oliver. Torouto; Capt. J. F. McKay, Prince Albert. For J C! Shaw. I O. C. duilion liko "Intolerance" and ii doubtlul if there Viill ever bo another one like it in the luluri1. Imllaiora may irailato plagarists may plagiarize, but the original OriflUh handiwork is Indelibly stamped on "Intolerance." H ii mighty In i'.'a piCFenialion. it is wonderful in It's it ii histor- ically correct In Us o( Jlabylcn, Judea and medieval it is tlirill- Ing in its modern story ot the Ameru-a ot loday, U is appealius in its heir [intTthl. and it possesses that univc-r- appeal In ibo human spirit oC Lnt- eranco wlilcli .tas made it ilif1 mos-t JAirlbtug ygainsl imolerauce through the agts. Words utterly fail to f-onvej- la tbc reader the magnLflreneo of "Intoler- It can only he seen ;o be fully thai the conference would be resumed at an early dale lo comjtJetc the Mr. McMaatfr protcsteil stronsKv tRbllshmenL of Internal jieaec. nm chine was seen to strike ibe water shortly holorc dark. U. Graham. Vant-ouver; C. II. Ailkert- Lcatl, Hartticy, Man.; j. llrandoit; [.iputenant-i It. It. Haker. Hartucy; C. F. peg; G S. S. T. S. As the production is so bis. portant from to last, ii only possible 10 give one showing a.i ouch perTortnante. Consequently the nui- Ineea will cotnmeuce sliary at 2.31) run- ning until C o'clock, and in even- ing showing will i-omwente shari> "MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE WA7llWnVA TUC CTAD HE1 PATCH" AT Hb AK Uh 01JO ol ihe ouistaniins icuiures i-f 1 A THOUSAND MOODS Maunder Flooring's iiicture ai his house tins sveul; will be ilio i at Siarlaud tonight amj to morrow of Margutritw Clirk's Paramount photoplay, "Mrs. nf tht! 1'abhagc' I'aU'h." TJio to i jMcturire this fatuous story were lalni-d bj' thb H avers-La j hi )freal but I i suptrlority of Ihe production I fully 10 Hlfi WlailGID 111? irMetlLOIl "Mrs. the Cabbage i'ati ivas vrJitDJi by Allco IJfgan i It wafi f.rst jirfstiJied at i SiYoy Theatre. York. SejueinVer ll lhLia 0( love--abhored by her :JrJ, Ly Ford, who for -uuip1 fur htr uQconvenilonal birth, cut oft :.iniii past has Lten j-romtu-'ntly itU-ti- froln atl humal1 only coyi UilieJ wiib Ihe producing iJepjrtuJciit i lhc Bulls aud cygnlts o[ Organ I At The Empresi Thrte Stirling Tonight of iliu adajJle-l for the from the powerful dranvi, jii Shoals." and M'liiob will lioro today glvc> Nazimova, eudltl fiusslan actress, untolil Liitiw for her rare artistry. "Out o( the Fog" id a s'.ory or nrists :md st'ecex tbc rock-bound coast o' Mulne and the (rea.cherou-i ?hoil> ol the lontly liKbthouae In CirLLbcan Hca. Here E've was riho' ti.r i The was ia act a and embraced all the high ipots -the while-capped rolling .-.vaten. I ttorm winds and, gentle trade The play Is one of calm and fire and S. i. IUnnlng until 11 oVlork. Winnipeg: MilnL1, U'nimueit- II F Mc-Caulav II. T. VlUon. 'HK-ro no reicrvetl pm- 'in. r- f-- IVif.ii- nii-ii of Alice IllM-i hmoiis 5torj- ,wo ilefily ivoveu into a connected plot, i producors 1 centered ahout (he J ______1___________ parentage ol Tommy, the youngster i -AVtfcauie Home" renfi the InEcrJii- Winnipeg; (J. F. Fildall. A. J. Marr, Winnipeg; Capt. J. W, M. Carey. Victoria; Major G. A. Hoi man.. Winnipeg; Captains It. U. Hindi. Win- nipeg; U. A. Harris, t'li-arnioutu, ii.; J. G. Kong, T. Chal- mers, Winnipeg- Mcutenants A. K, Ilarvie, Winnipeg; Jauics Lead. Win- A. M. Browne. McDonald; Cap- tains J. M, Mutcheson. Foiwarreii; J. If. Uonklin, St. James; A. flarke, rons aro urged (or their own conven- ience to attend "l.ovey .Mary" brought along with her when she unceremoniously Ion on a iiaiiiicr ac Grand Rapids, Mich., police The raay- Icfi the confines of (he orphan asy- o- the inscription should not be I taken literally. tire payment by Ihe govern- ment. of fur the Canadian N'orlhcrn RuiU-py muuh ivbirli u gov- ernment c-ounulsslon hud declared Co he pure1 n-ater. 'This im.iiKaciinu he, described as a bargain, ac- centuated by the fact ttial was at war ami that her debts were ton- Ecquendi' growing rapidly. Mr. McMastcr contended that Can- ada have to slionldcr vaa presented u a friendly .spirit DTK! that no fnter- Terence Ir. CliIIIA'S dorneslit affairs was meant. In reply. President Chans slated thiit although Ihc confer- ence had tome to u standstiH tbc neuolialions for peace bPlween norlh and south China still In pro- gress. Tho president, assure J the. Brll- iah minister LhaL tbe govcrnuient was determined to secure peace and that it was impossible that lioslilltios would bo resumed-. The president ex- pressed his appreciation of the Good- will of the powers. ASK ARBITRATION BOARD FOflT June plication for a board of nrbUrat'.on under iha Lemieux Act has been made by the coinpanlca here In' the matter of tho strike the .ai the head of tho The men. how- U.S. REMOVES GOLD EMBARGO J WON'T PROBE TITLES WASHINGTON-, June L-iti-J against the oxuarlation and ini-' porlation of gold was removed loil'iy by President WIlEon on rtconiinonda- liou or the federal reserve hoard. Horccider Kohl may lie imported or exported freely TO all countries tho exception of Bolshevik control L-xtrcisL'cl over foreign ex- change was terminated. J 'IN OLD COUNTRY LONDON, Juuc Crofi asked the prime miulsler whetlt- er he would apjiolnt an lininedlale jn- ilicial inquiry In order tliat cvLdence niiiy Lc taken im'dc-r oatli in rogard APPEAL AGAINST POGROMS I to allefintlonK Ihnt, were be- stowed in return for monetary con- siderations. lUpht lion. Donar Law. Government leader -n the. house, re- IpHed: "Tbe answer i? in tho j live." Out., June nj OVERCROWDING IN meet Inn here under the aus- pices ol the Canadian Jewish Congress a resolution wa3 passed calling upon the nonunion government. ID appeal to the peace' confercnro iu'Tarls lo Intervene in tho Interest of Mm Jews of Poland. It was sinted they were be- ing slaughtered anil plundered merci- lessly in Poland. AUSTRALIAN CITIES MKLBOURNK. Australia, June lulcr-Htate coinmis- CANADIANS INVESTED LONDON, June As- sociated At the Investiture at Hucklngbani on Saturday Iho fol- lowing honors were awarded: Distinguished Service Ofclcr: Major Xornian MacCaulay, Majsr Henry Willis O'Connor, infantry. CRERAR ON CROSS BENCHES "INTOLERANCE NOW Military Cross and Dar: '.Major James U. Hiiinilton, i of an In-. lied Cross: Slsler ris. ever, assert lout they will not agree (o arbitration. The schedule ottered by 50 cents an houi; for day, Mmc and a hair for overtime. sion's report on rents suows tbe exist- ence of overcrowding and great short- age of houses in nil Australian cities. The commission dcclarts that whole- sale construction and reconstruction o[ imTnediaieK necessary land urges'govfernmem liinmcial assist- ance. PLAYING >.t COLONIAL OTTAWA, June T. A. Crerar, "lon.'.cr mitiisicr ot agriculture, took his scat in the house in "no man's land" tin's afternoon. On his right lie had Major Andrews, Winnipeg, DM his leU Ur. Clark, ot Rei Doer. For three clay? starling today, the Colonial Theatre management Tvill ol- fcr David Griffith's supreme IrE- umpn "luloleraiiCR" ihc mighty pro cluclion which has been the admiration of the millions ot peoyle' wlio nave seen it. There never lias been another TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MARGUERITE CLARK "Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" There may uave been a more popular novel thin "Mrs. -of Ihe Cabbage but wo ilon't know ot it. There also may have been a more lovable screen character than Marguerite Clark as "Lov- ey but we haven't heard of her yet. Come down ami get acquainted with her tonight. "THE MILKY WAY" AND "Busting Into Society" Comedfcs STARLAND ORCHESTRA EMPRESS Three Days Starting Today THE BIGGEST, NEWEST AND BEST SHOW IN THE CITY The Screen's most distinguished artist in a play sur- rounded by the mystery of the sea and the charm of romance FROM THE STAGE SUCCESS BY AUSTIN. ADAMS "CEPTION ACTS OF THRILLS AND SUSPENSE ALSO TWO CORKING FINE COMEDIES EMPRESS ORCHESTRA ADULTS 35c; CHILDREN IQc The Moil Notable Theatrical Evtnt ol Eeaaon 3 Days A Now Starting Twice Daily at 2.30 and Playing SPECIAL ROAD SHOW ATTRACTION Produced at a Cost of COLOSSAL SPECTACLE You Will Marvel at the Almost Incredible Luxury of Intolerance INTOLERANCE" Or "Love's Struggle Throughout The Ages" FACTS CONCERNING "INTOLERANCE" It took