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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 13. DAILY PAGE FIVE TOIIONTO. June resolutions were to Canadlaa ManuUclurcrs' AisucLRllyii a wide range ol mbjecU end with oue excettlQn, Itose were car- ried unanlmouily. vllh labor lostalalioD, a reaoluikm rarrled by which aiaoclatloa went on record ifalnat (be enact turn I ol Icglilalloa irhlch ivoulil place CaoadlAu A Jlsailvantage In iotarnallonsl competition until luch time as similar leilJlatlou becomes effnctlTe In Ihn io'lusLrlal countries of the Torld. KDdoraalloti of Iho poljcy u( Ibe COT- arnrneflt to croaio H Canadian mer- chant roar In o ITB.S ioadt> In nuothor resolution, which urged the gov- rrnmonL 10 obtMu sulflrienl ships lu satisfy (lie., Qetnauil far CODU Tractor Dutlei .MTio rern'otal ct tariff un 'Tarnr tractors OTO] certain Iffa ol other countries FndearorlnE lo frame tariff which wuuH serve tbe lull InleteBts ot Canada. In Tiew of (he fart that (he Hre IBM capita is much jrealer lu Canf-di than any other country lhe asaocla- (Ipu atlrocated Ibe appolctuitat of a ctpmtnlGiton to iLiYesllgato the contributing to natural fire losi. irful policy of ihe KJVcrniDPni" Is f-'teld Marshal llalg of our present clvlLUallon. uloiie lu tiian.u for tLo miners' iho completeness of Uencany'ii mill- "KnlfglUm Thy should he whkli on Monday will paralyze the Ury 'Hri Ihat to barn "eu by every lu Calgary coal production of UK- country, aud i preaicd forward HJB ireat cul- above tbr or 14. by reason of an agreement idlnaiing of Germans twoeii llie seven great, nations, lead lo silll travcr coiiBwiucti TherA tft great used ot education on 3IG DOUBLE PROGRAM AT THE EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW may; tho Sunibre OD Nov. 4. isiS, would hare meant further Ion o( life, de- i of properly and expenditure ilary Ma in Is always an traction, and ID lhe city of Ixiihhr night, in tho KmprvBS thc-atre. ahc furilyjr of money, while It could nut have J i dtred Germaar more helpless In a military cense than ibe was today, [with her aroij dissolved, her and alrplioes and thecroBSlai the alllei. lurrcmler of the Ger- miD flfcti vras not mure abject, com- plete and IrrfTOcabte than lhe sur- uiiitters ol sex, The r woi.'k modesty responsible fur lhe taboo cm this sub- ject la criminal and damnable, "i-n- ligMeu TLy Daughter'' Js Jusi whM is needed to allmuialo a healthy cduca- lion regarding sex relation Ibe of J to tiie greateit t Js hllchoil f life, as tm-' renJer of (ha her Hollar iojportajirr upon' house. 1 DC hi eat a) IT, i ebe ooenea, la ihls p.'clure. under llie iDeadius lhe RovtniDuiu on pairing djrectlon ot Hupers Julla'u. and his l lie technical education act. creating a central research bureau acd tor Ihe taken to eiteud eiporl trade. That sll wbo atiempt to un- cleioilno tho exist in ft form of govern- ment lp> Canada snd nubJiiliuie somo other form of government should bo summarily punished, end If aliens bo Jaiiucdlaloly was the gist of another resolution dealing with In- duslrlal liurcsl. Tho nssodallon was EXTRA GOOD SHOW HLinn hv shows, lhe appeal is mucu more HljlDehe-d tliah atiy nuinbfcr of There are two suggeailOM tn tills iy. however, Trblla nol In idftd by the writer, may crmnttrari some eilent its otherwise noble The soji needs enllehten- 1 ho jusi'Tylani Euii still yet it 1'revalc'Dt, of Inavhig thp mind It tlon uf Hie daughter Iniquitous in'jusiici girl ID bear analhema cf in? (ret. l be The lo ibe EatUfuoMon of all. j srcai and lo my rnnst timely imd It 1H a p-eater iinwtr (or good ilian I ever seen. -No gain lhe play IbKft system li what it ami does not sugfleii that I ts a niolher whether married, but It-avfs (ho laprei that n iveddJaz Is n of iu wash tub, and thai the ra other has noi through ought to LI our i-ni. daughter or son can afford I to LftjiLLib1! seeing "Enlighten Thy DauRh mblhrr 1 itr." or un-' N'JUJAJl 1HYINE. "t'rJ'ghten Tuy .Daughter" c'omfi lo Colonial Theatre for a i lime day siar. this comius Mnuday. There v.'ltl he lUree shows fiach day subject ts -Wfca'.e [oifll '1 :iU In ibe afternoon llie vtry Inuoranrf urhlih j.Ii, 9.30 each N'u OJIB irxder seeks 10 eet. forlii, nnd. It may It; will lir- admltuil 10 these uoi. cover every [-base nf the Icipori- untea vbo liiElsis an koejilne lUc of a lormtr ndrolrcr from her If oriel j opposed lo the acqulslloin or operation Uhcu-sion, culmlDBtltiv In iho unan-of any niore railroads by the Imous aUopllon of a urging ilia j corcrnniciiL lo "tad 1 Thi: orgnulwtlon of i "which will restoMlorhnada Ibe irac- lnio flva divisions for c iur buiincas Iransfcrrci ly the Unilcd punioBCS was effected by the :idopuon Slates Through the removal of turlK'of by-laws and rusoJutloiiF. UJVIHOUB and promote the ileTclopmcnt or ao in- aro aa follonc; Omarlo. Quebec; dustrv suited to ttia economic nceda (Manitoba. Saskatchewan and of the coiinlrv." Alberlai; maritime t-Noya Scoij3. The ailontfoii Uironifhoui tie Em- Xow Unmswlrt anil Prince Kdward Is- rlrq of snbElamlBl c-uatotm and Ihe PRciflc [Urniali Coluni- for Empire I This organlintlori is pracilcaUy Jne lo tlio pre'eronres now provide.! I In cffoct eicepl In Ontario aud Quc- ln Ihc customs Urlff of Cnnadii was lict-. Bndorsailoii of lha scheme alto upon the An- 1 trcvloiiily liccn jnadc by various small ato urK government of inauuUcUrtrs In lu iinnoLiii a permaQCul tariff board '.and Qiieuci-. Instead of flrsl and sec ACtliiR >n an advisory rapncllr. wliich j on vlce-pn-sldenls. ;in amendment would 'make a srlcntlflr slutly ut the provides for the anpointruexil of Canadian customs tariff zivl the tar- vice -president for AT COLOHIAL NOW j ihe d.ushlrr. lu the iwslllro force In every I ll iUUr-clij Jljcernable lo a 1 It li seldom plaj-goers ]nvoirinE tej. aml iherelorc his flu-' I ery cleterly conre'.Tfeil nnl puiiertly "o atfordert BU ol wll- pEThape wore nA- .cloJ of emyecia. In tact, i noising lucli an excellent ihow I! Is I thnn thsl o( the daughter :UsjMnte Ihe prliiclvil molll of' now playing al Ine Colonial. It !'iTo the emphasis on tiie educa- he cnUre performince. and It wna j Illeraliy full of pep frum to fin ntirely and ihorcughly en- lih. I A STARLAND I All Preducdom O'JinnUed. -A Coollah Hitle wife. StarihiR with tlic uncial part saprrfcature Mfiinued rilen" hi bjch dagbinj; Harry Carey Is ftaiur- >and, tlihougb che rcallifee thai her i ed. iho program 13 Intensely ijid I p an Mack Senneti nol hare ajiy more tenfiC than lo The n into lhe two rouiFiy ii-u by the way hide the ot a. crime in one of tbe best i' seen her own aiilc. No audience is proof Ihe whk-li Julian has Then the fourth episode o( cleverly enEendsrert lest litr liusliantl ulc sensatfonal pr-rial "Tlte IteJ out iho true facts lu lhe time. In which (J cnnip is featured. Marie. Wai the standpoint of la featured. More laugljs ave j "Crtallajf Is also remarkable. a'ldoJ Ibeli lo lljo program in lhe There li a tremendous luiniy I.vons 'and Moran comedy -Sing iTlilcli clr-verly hundlcil ;uul served noda Sing" lo heighten Ihc eliett ot suspense j lhe feature tlLradlou. under ivhk-li the audience lahor-, ..Thrcc Mounied Men" if eicept- tor fully threc.qusnera of an liour' gow] and 1, well ivorth heForo "Dflarlc" was cleared from 1 and restored w the confi-f Tl.e same hill wiMLe reposed loday I and Saturdny. deuce and the arms of her husband. "Creaklnp SUirs" la nell ivorih ;i vJsit lo lhe Knipi-053 theatre. jfiOCIETy'5 FAULT IS SOCIAL EVIL AN UNUSUAL PtCTURE [What Prominent Calgary Worker AT STAHLAND THEATRE j Said of "Enlighten Thy Daughter." All flint fans wlio love tbe unusual In phoiordayn will I hid "The Makc- Ufcl'.fcvc the laiosl ythotoplav', IlilHc Tiurhe. Jules 1-ovinc, nl'ghtcinticnt 1'hol.oylay Canary. Alal. is now on view nl lhe Slarlaml then-, hear ihe kind invl- Ire. si eiiiertainment. MlFRilntion ol Mr. T.ydlalt, manager of thc- llurlic's portrayal in ttiJs cirellniii i Grand 'll was my privilege to photoplay is one ihal will nol only j witness the remarkable photoplay en 01LAN1) MKHK, June The, well paid, nnd slated that any delight her audiences, bai greatly nn hor rejiulaiion as :i romcdlenii'-1 or Uie first class. Her loading inrvii is David Powell, cme of ihe Lest known screen players in ihc counlry. A titled "Knlightcn Daughter." This production lias a jiowerful moral appocil; IL reveals the shameful jiisiirt uliich young arc fre- a day in new Paramount-Sc-nncU two- I Bnce Tor vrhlcli'tlieir paroots are re> rases local manu-1 Grand Mere must behave badly. Stntu roei comedy, "HlpVnd Stitcb. tacturlng comnanv and Ha men, rejire-1 the InTcrniUonal union disappeared ffltti rross-cyed Ilcn in Ihc of n pulp and cor-: from Grand -Merc everybody lived roiCi ,vjli ;dso be sbuwn. IKt'rul'on and Ha eurployeea told llioj nbsolutc harmony. IndusirJnl relations eouiniisElou to-] Aske.1 iho (inealloii by and also tUrougli lhe false TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Billie Burke lu a UellEhllul Comedr "The WfB" Also CHARLIE LYND, MARIE PREVOST Anrt Cross-Eyed BEN TURPIN "RIP AffiTsTITCH TAILORS" A Two-nccI I'araniouat-Scnnett Scream STARLAND ORCHESTRA Film SctiFation ol lh( Season Henry B. Walthall m M VALTHALIi FALSE PACESc- Adults 35c Children lOc Tat. Furtlier AdTenlures oC "The Lons WoU'1 "BS-HI LISTENI'I FTOM "NTo Man's New York City. Soma Jurip! Hut this dare-devil F.vy makes it, with bis his EUb a HUD submar- ine. liave secured thh Ulclurc at HEAVV but not TREMENDOUS oipensti and are EO'nS 'o Bhow It at jirlccs ihat ara -within reacli ot everyone. _ __ _ ilay. Tho ivltnqaso.i who' gava evi- dence ivore Oeorse Caliono, Jr., who leitllM on bonil! o! lhe company owning Ibs mill; Joseph Deslaurler, a-ranii-nter; V. J. lor tho emiJloveeE. anu Fnlher Ijidecue. who the said tha emploroj 1700 mo was to be t lliu company llr raleo that !n a low dajs, tbe sioner. commis- Ijflcche said Mr. Ca- minimum salary paid would be R day. Tho men had rece-ved n 50 jjer and Iho Increase In (he cost of Hrlng Grand Merc had not gone lip so rap' Idly. TJio company JrscK owned. 70 houses It rented to omployeea at C per cent, cm the cosL Cluba tor-dililelica and anmaemcrilB r.lan mati'la'n-j ej. After a slrlhe. over ten yean: ngo. whcn.itu men belonged lo the ln-i icrnaUorftil Union ot Pftpermalcerf, H ivas decldoJ to run "an oiien shop. lag to Fnthcr lAflcche (ho rtehi lo de- was nol a Catholic. The commlaaloncra. nJter Lhe rariou: laduslries In Gmnd -Mere and fihawln-tgan Falls, left for Ottawa. iThero lhe Mnal session ts lo be held. jSesiion OTTAWA, June first- sil- ling In Ottawa and tho last in Us tour o[ lhu. Dominion of (he Industrial n- latlona "'commission RppolDled by government lo luqulre_ Into CBUB63 labor unrest In Canada wis "lield In th'e 'ball here'today. GERMAN APMY AS ABJECT AS WAS NAVY i l.OSUON, June j at Mercer's Hall, Hie tualiUalnt-d n' hbusewlvts" loague, and iL-kcpt tab on Iha cost ol living. The men's wages were raised lo meet Ihc 'incrcaBlag coal of living from llnio lo lime. Tho Tvago arrt hour schodiiles o[ lhe conipanyls men, .Mr. Gaboon said, were tho eamo as (no union demand- ed, Tlio employees.dirt not work the elftM-liour lint jircferrsd the nine- hour, day. which meant, moic money. Mr. Dcslsurler aald all lha employ- ees of Ilic mill were llo himself had ivbrhtd for llie company tor-31 yenrs. llo belong to tho In- lernat'onal Union ot Carpenters- id years ago, :but dtil not hother about ll any more. Mr. Grumbler aaii ho eight hourj, Nobody In tho plant" would listen lo any labor leader who tried lo urganlzd'R union. FalhoV l-fiHccho' that firery time lib liad as'Ked for pomclhlng from HKJ company tor the men (hny got It. lie claima very CBIB- and ajked (or inT- thlng he- loll the. men were rial on- Hllcd He thought tho men v Depute To Reconsider Vole tin 8-Hour Day PAH1S. .limn lalior situa- tion was brighter this 'morning and Ihere was a foir prospect o' a gen- eral semoment before long. The minors' union has ivriUeu to M. Col-' Hard, minister of labor, and Ixmis inlnisler of munitions, rc- Elallnj; their cauar-, fvml M. Collinrd replied ngTceing to Inlcrvciic once more lu behalf ol Ilic miners' iltnuinds before the chamber of deputies. When role wag Lnkcn In llie chamber lo rejccl Ihc union's dc-mands for nil elghi-Iiour day, there were, M. Col- Hard pointed out, only 27 deputies prcganl, and he aairt he would do bia ulmoBl lo brlup about ;t 11 lenient. before the call for A general alrike Is effective on -Monday. Blames GoyernrneM I'AIllS, June executive committee, of lhe idncral labor feder- al inn declares m a uoie Issued lo- "OftUatrophfc economic and Indus- THE PICTURE ALL LETHBRIDGE WILL TALK ABOUT conferred uvon him autl Admiral Ueat- TODAY TOMORROW Tho Hoiine That Produces Real Pictures AIL tiie Timt s all your fault, molfter--- never laid me, CHSRIE5 CHAPLtd in "SHANGHIED" CUcslcr piilinij 1'icturc "BALAHOOING ON THE ARNAR1KA" Adulls Children Chlfdren's Malinte SslurrfaySt COLONIAL Alter niiciiilini; thf imal four years cm arlivo pprvkc, for J'Uhincsp in (he old Ar.iric PlmnUnG .Illdg, 1257 CUl Avo. S. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY NEXT WEEK PLUMBING, HEATING GAS FITTING ;