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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNIMI, into mi-; DAILY IIKH.M.H 'I'AGK FIVE [MES Ilff N US II HELP "Dolly's Vacation" is a ulc- oM ana i yuuug. It abounds willi comedy and unique- MluaJLoos wliU.li the ami- knee I to finl'h. ttio Init episode o! Bale ot lausliU-r iro-ji start i addition to the feature. at Kul- lur" OTTAWA. June A- Crcrar resumed 111) on the bud- act In the house tills altcnioon. .The house was well filled unu llic-r -i cood alleiidiinci: wf the Reuera "It my honorable frlc-nJ will rcfi a inomiuH he will Ed Ihc poiui." was casculial. Mr. Crcrar ivenl ou. that equipment should bo iiroviil'-'l as cheaply as "possible fur the men who In net wcellll from llie land- Any I VlIVr'-silsM-' fiscal policy that threw R handicap i ent'lt was bul around him retarded lo Ihul t'stsnl1, j only icier the development of Iho country. ol his J Drive and an eictllcnl conml In wbli'U Harold (Lone- some l.ukc) appears at bis I Last Showing of This Big ------------i at the Empress Tbnight iEhlen Thy ami 1 consider it one or the most ImporUni fiooi an arid moral standpoint tltat I Lave seen. You huve asked Tor my opinion as to the aee when j'Oung fulks should bu shown such a Him. 1 ma) say tint It depends entirely on tho uarenls have realized Iliulr o! ili point.', for, IICIUEJ iruo ;o Hie. it will bring abo.u n publk' opinion which wi'l rerlily. and bring juaticc. Every mother and t.itiier should the ulrturc and if tbcy do it will vince Ilietu ot tbc necessity tor In- sUuctins children. 11 children liave the instruction in Hie saircdnci-i ot lire, then u rbila ol 12 "light to duties to their children. OI course, a.i wbo cannot dlvcrce ed'K-aUon [roin religion. I have a very pro nouuccd opinion, lor we IUO'K to Hit best means ot developing tin- thM't I best powers, llie drawing out ol Its jrn "Knliehten Thy llclieve mo. yourj very truly, (Signed) HKV. GKRVAIS EDYVAKn COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT AT 6.JO- Nazimova Seeft in _ heart, mind and character and the Story of the Seal i" o! AT COLONIAL TOR LAST TIME TONIGHT mw-iil alnMigUi. Varenls miist DauJ Griffith's superb prod'ie- scn-enjilo aii'l not IPIVB their i-riiueiilun ol mo-J Colonial Tbcalrc tonight. Tbis mon-i 11 .iLtraiuu i _, has been atlrai'tint; cconl iro'vuls to Ihe Colonial Thoairo his anJ as lonlglit will te- lln> i Kisilive lasLdlioiv'ng ihif. season an- jiher big crovv.l exiiecicJ. Words "Out of iU.c druuiJ In which i cf-a-i -vill lh'> Sill'''i.n ;uii utv >wi i tLe F'upre.s tlK-uu.-. :md H lion picture) was a wrong H.uu ol mvo fufind intniH- -U.ry ot mother, for >lic low mor- leaUn- with ..U-mr-miil Immanjal.. -Vihild notices far more what MI olio" and passicin. a uarc-nl does .ban what value of asric.iHu.ral a serious situation fai'Cdl e jin.i ut auriiuiiurai. ivil, Irlbntlon loivard wlunlUB should be moat effective. The iiriruo mlnlslur InvlttJ him lo loin llie novcrnmcnl. and. lielnf a ropresenlMlve ot a, cenan body of uplnlon, lie accepted from u of duly. tlic invitation LTnOer elmllar not hundreds, but thousands of abai moj fanns. Mr. Kilor: "Will Ilic honorable tuli mo where Ihpso aban-1 Hiiilway Wur lloitrd liroken OJT says. If there Is one (baracterlNtic. dolien farms "Ut tlio canncrs 1IOXTIIKAL, June No more I sessions ol the railway board arc V.CCP uulet.111 beius held Ju counctlion Vilh the de- -IMU play, .which was at i ihc Tlilrty-Ninlli Slrerl Tli'-jtw. New whicli ran lor two croa.cd wcu-ld-wide fouiuit-in. boln tor unusual and elemental I'.icme au.l fur the supremo artistry of N'azliuo (hail a ton ol precept." conduct ;vaV characlerlzallons. Tumcrrow, one day only. Mary Me I.aren In "greakinB anil ('has Uhaplin In "Shanehicd.1 o shouted Mr. Cauvreau, and to an out-1 mauds o! Ih railway sliopir.cn ol iliv- of laUEh'er Mr. Crcrar con- j isuin No. 1. All lli'c railway tlioiiliK-li would late throufil.ot.t Canada have received ,-.01- Mr. Crcrar said I tlrmcd i ,cu cluit unlc-ss they arc oiherwi.e Sn- 'TEA FOR THHEE" wfiicb- a child has other than Irusl fulness it is Ibe power of pcrtc-ptioil, and ii is a well-known loaiim thai "An ounce of pracllcc Is worlli more ot Lillian's motbor was in every way nut worlbr of imllatlon and-his a tremendous moral lesson. The mem- ories of home life must be among the most sacred tl.lnss which every bey and girl should associate with their Ives. and Important factors ail to 'iiuolfrr- it must be seen to bo appr thill when lie, joined the eovernmcul arc instrumental largely for women's [ited. It lo fay It Is. jesl photoplay sneetacle of modern limes. See it by all means. Tonight Is your last opportunity. DW GRIFFITHS COLOSSAL SJECTACur. INTOLERANCE! k. -tOVL'V STRUGGLE 'A jrtROUOMOUT THE AGli It's your last chance to see the world's blfi- gcft show. Adult! Children 50c 25c clcliEhtlul comedy from ilic ol} iue the path ot rcclltudc and uonor Hoi Cooper Magruc who !ias been com- The film lias one elarius sacon.- men who cause the downfall 0 high lha lalion. be under that issue. over. Tlie armistice was slKncd seven months ago and nuw NO were to wit- in eSarnclcr. Tliat bcJns'tbe. case I. lil.ice Juctlon, The result I means lliat tlio ma the farmer had is inevitable. H rfiin on prollt to j nlc practically to lilt Aa hands of Iho war hoard and a stale it in reply to it lias been issued by as a .heatrical event lo oe over- should be. he found himself la i-harp sue, and that was lor hhn lo lenMor' Reasons for His Action, that 'the nntloiilll'ilcul of Canada would lie ami (hit Caimdii would requlre'lo raise annually 5.WO-- OOC'iKJO Titos- found lhal c-ven that mil would scarcely suffice- tor the. ,cnulreineiit-i. Alter mentlonins other necessities, lie said; "Wo have, tliall I s.iv as the result ot mislakcn.fiol- clc" in 11." past, ro raisS 410.MC..OOO to meet ihc detlcila In our natloual railways." N Caiuda, said Mr. an Di pen-ive counlry to govern. Her In. rnunsc distances enl.al.Mil-eiiien.ili- uirea. ASsu.ning that- 130.0.000.000 wuulJ have to ht raised the fiuestion arose ns lo how Ihls-wan -hcrionc. On this po'iit. nc.tooH-.lssuc laics were lo lie raised had always been a vllal one In every country.-; rtcr Hie budget nosed by customs' anil excise duties: Last, .year -tax lia'4 hccn placed on Ciinada- by" way of customs Those Freight Rales Mr.1 Crcrar cmphasiiccr Ihc point that Jn his opinion this was a' protec- tionist buil nil. He akscd why Ihe ;ii per cent war lav had been lakcn oft certain articles and left on .others. Tho ncllon of the sovermnenl In this respect wna Inconsistent. As. tar as nia.i'jfacliircrs. he i asVed really require the protection 'tlicv enjoyed? In !9H exports of .IB-! ricultur.il implemcnls Irom t'anada JM50.0UO: 1317, ilookeil. Tlio play Js described as an official closely iilciililled witli .-angle on the. triansle" not of the Iho war board said thi5 murninj; that j (rianglc. note, llrillunl. sen. i- wbolc dillirulty arose over mtlns dialogue, novel and mtenselj llv to ncrco on the qucslion ol hours. I silualions anil well lllgn vnr-mbcr ot the committee of tl.e nawless acting by Miss Ilyin ffnd her lint pcfhaiJS that is one shopmen, ou baiuli llial tbc Iwo could very eas- ily agree as to hours, nut that Ihc red h-rrinc across the trail is the (incsilmi o[ wages. associate players, Norrain llayden Stevenson and nllicri comuluc to insure a genuinely dclislillul even ing's enlerlnlnmenl- ThV ilclezafcs ol Iho union lo the CALGARY CLERGYMAN railway wa? board said this morning', that there came a noinl In Ihe nccotia lions when the board said: "We can not EO any further in the matter until j a decision lias been reached by lbiW im- posing hiirrlcns on the machincry.anO CQllipracnl' to brlnB forth Tnko tho case of Iho re lurneil aoliller or imnilcranl settling i.n Ih'c. land. If lie liarl J2IWO (11 casli 20 per. cent, of the value.pt Iho equip EO ip customs duty. Were ho nble lo gel Ills equipment tai free'so far. as cnsloma .uullts wert concerned, the sclllcr woilUl hav S100 morc'lo slort wllh. Mr- Uilrnham: "How could lie li tree 'fro'ni Inxallon? ho not luvo lr> pay.laxea aomo oilier "I am sppaklnK.of Mr. Crerar rctorlcd. outilO'men and'all the clly hall v Official informalion of Ihe result of the vote was returned to MByor MarEhall this mornins .by ,Tcd Knight, prcsliltnt.'of the civic fed- eration, 'who called with other of the central strike 'subcommittee, Including Messrs. Boothman, Hooley and.Parkyn. FOR SALE C5 hoed Pnrfl nred Inoslly 2 years old. Also some Illick (Jjftowoy. McINTYRE RANCH SOUTH OF MAOR'ATH TO110NTO, June foresharl owed by -3. nulman. prosldent of Iho Canadian .MannJicinrcrs' Associa- tion, lliat orgnnlzallon will taftc n sirong sland rigalnsl llie aiigsestlon made In some quarters !o lake ,the Canadian Pacific llallwny Into gov- ernment ownership. !'irk irflnAnnrlalJpn cominlllce, as submlilcd to (he asso- ciation this morning, says in this con- nection: "While nothing definite, has boon announced -In respect lo the., Grand Tnlnk'Hallway System, the Kcneral belief prevills thai'It also will be pur- chased by Ihc govnmment, In which event It will ho merged Into tho Cana- rllon National llallwny System. ".As far as the Canadian Pacific Is eoncarno'd. It-stands In an entirely d'Kcrcnt position. Tlicro 1 HIE In (h'c lliird round, Villa .wclBllcil ZOO, .OTTAWA, June Kjpemlllures uy tlio Eovcrnmtnt on private cara. filli rarlicnlar rclcrc-ncc lo llii; tout l Sir Sam lluglms' car. n lloltcn, .asEil In 1312, ivhcil he mill-: slcr ot nlllltlo. were prohcil Ilila mornliig III tlio commons public re- counts colnmllCec. S JicoW was Ilic. clilcf ran.u's- ilor, anil Col.' diaries Winter, nsalnt- int ndlnlnnl-KCiicral nnil Ipnncrly luilltary suuiilary of Gen. lilies, Iho wilness. In'reply to quc-stions. Col. Winter Intorracd tlio comralllcc lliat Ilio was nurcliascfl for Kir S.iin 4iv II. Iliinna of the Cnnailian Norlhcm nullviray, In July, 1912, nl Chicago, for; S9752: Al Ihe time, repairs modo, Alter using Ihe rnV for five years, the c.ir wns re- palrcil In Uio Ornml Trunk shops, Moulrcal, at a cost o! A GREAT CpMEOY DRAMA AT SiARLAND Mitrlo Osborne, tho (Inlnly lllllo c'lilil aclr'r-ss, will nrpc.ir St.irbnd tonight anrl tomorrow In "Dolly's Vnc.illon." an oxcullent comedy-drama. Mario "Ts supported by an .eicellont call Includlnr the lllllo colored hoy that ployed Fnlly ArtacklB In Sheriff." This pickaninny fe a ReCE. Briwer Assigned BY ORDER OF THE BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY MIPTIQN nuuiivi MiJ MlM, OUT TUBII Ok, I,