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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TlH'KMMY, THK i.r.nmniDf.r: DAILY PAUK FIVE IIP SUM TEG STRIKE LEADERS K.'.V, El ho bail mel from Oluwn jtta li.id H-IMI Is by fur ibfi iifcdirts lias cool B( the Colonial tonight; In JmU for nrauy a luu'm-arul Li ihbrUltfo II'H going to be about the cool.'bl sj-ot ijlidiojjUy funs, bavt- a KFOUI ucac in In w'uli plenty of froth air nitre fin them [n ilm prG'luuluu i (ew hud, ut lo (lie Kin [ires s man are j ktep iLe lirfetzfte. Mtjwlii? arranging lo four sbenJ. a rim- evculuic week, Tli PI "Da rhar-icters, ;i playoil liv Noi'inin llarkr-i; iaud lo iu Uu I play. "You ought HI run axvay for u or or f rjn.- Uy .MUs Ity.uii if: titily ?ciul In-; hi i In- You k ui'.ii your iiu.i-.- iii irjl ilull, rarMjly so.iki-il i-li-ar itiiO] L-i'.iili. And Dori.s. -lurliiK hrrj d.'iy. ar.jiiijil with a ot ;i walk cm tin' rinif. :i tisu-i- i t n iiiid at u'l'iiiiiil tdiuk TJjc feature aUr the revisions aiv bU[ ,a tin- s inaile siuto cniljuilk-ii in it, touturrxnv itr Lou- iirutcsl ihe vlianiuer' (rial :ii of Uie slrlkii lead- ers, a mass nu'L'tiiig of ''nil fair-yrnd- i-d cliixens" baa been milled by S. Wco'lward. of the Trades nnd. Council, for IW-SL Mr. Kooil'-vanl haa' Tom Moorf. of the Jtominiou Trades urfiiufi naiiofi-ivuic Iu oust ilie "iiionstrous" Olmwa (jav- e rumen t- SupporL for Strikers WiiBlt.. Juno Fmiincbl Huppori lor itin of Kritish Colitmlilft WHS unanimously voted by llic Klatc Fed- r radon of Lnlior this iiiornJiis after nn uddrcsh on the subject had IJOCH made by J. Knvanafili. presldojii of iln.1 llrttiBli (Viitmbid Federal ion uf I.atjor. A' molfon at so r-assed aEkliin all aU'llalctl ornantiatlons of the fc-dcMllon la lend the strlkyrs ilicir moral nnd financial aupnoru colkvilon [Djnllhjg JoiiD waa lakun up nnioug Lhu dcleRatcs and >vill bfi timicil over to tlio Canailun fund. Vancouver Strike Stationary June adiU- clean HWCC-II of lUtst foul iiniinah ih-.it have tiifcsied our coumry so Ions. wiib.tlic pairlou! Uoun wlib tho prollteersL'! Argument, of Mr. MaHarg Michael tlarl OTTAWA, June Ihe course of continued discussion of the duly oil plows al tlie afternoon siitlne. Mr. Malmrg argued tlial iJic frcicht rtUcs was ijol nn advantage to draft WL will bo don An Airplane lefl ilie al lliio. near I'aris, today bearing coplefi of llic revised (Icctnucin lit Lunduii. SliH Another Story 11KHL1X. .func U'. Tht (IcniKin lieaci- delegation Is one in Jxit-Ii'nx up Count von HrockilorlMlaulzim in his to yiRnlng (tie jiiMct coilillHons. lo Ihft cornv spcmdculs cf llerllfi at- Weimar. A memorial by Hit delegates' ou Ihe train front Ver- sailles demanOs rejection ol Hie (cniin. Tin; liosl.'lc tenor of tlio rt- ply, it is argued in llio memorial, simplifies such acilou, ii is unless Count von ISnu-kdorfr-Himtzau auccctds in persuading ihe cabinet to liis view, lie unrt liie L-ntlre delogii- j (Eton wiilidraw nnd lie will re i sign from caljlnet as foreign miu- Isler. The Jiiemoriul drawn by j the delegates on. the way from Ver- jsnillcs BOC-S inlo all details of Iho j siluailon whicti wciild result from uoi signing and conclusion 1 tliaL tbese eftecis would not be us bad us those woiilil result from IC'ss or Kill." r.n vitrn in which llcrhert Ilimliii fllli nrc of tlivfO two fitnrs aic Inn IUU I b! I piMilvioiiDi 1 louial puirons arc i over or Kill." j year's big jiiciures. stunts In Ui'? of "Tin.' lied Glove.1 shown cm Miis bill nU llcurs ol lauKbler u two rcfel comedy, 'T one of i [it- IfKa Cuii icfallcil by of luotion plciure luvcr-; In "A l.inlt' KUier of Kvt-r.vboilv." "How Could You '''I'lio Crtf-at Jlut Iu "C'arolyti J fe.-iiwrc1 in ivhhOt cvpr has been starred by Ihe of Patlie. On Friday and Santrday Wm, S. llarl his very latest pit lure "Ilrand- inp liroadway" H'ill he the Icmure. I This picture will replace "Uordcr i r, "Vu- wl'Ic-h has bern rtclaycd ow-' I0 will be shown at a nf ib'- j j r hair- iliifi (or hyr lo know thai th-1 maJi ihp loan on LUI- you and reads, sonielhlciR mu .-o dull'. mibmly IrietjvlH bore you, you know, so you sn to IJi-J, ;utd lor lack of eouU'khine to ilu. she fullows .1 ou. "1'liat's your life, today, lo morrow aii'i ih.- day after. Ve Co-lsl It's H won- d.-r slje M.tnJs you at a't. "llnl 1--L go oui. out your- Ihui'i emit other for two tbi-n you'll bi- tickled iu [ji'i v t-i lo LiH-tt II bo'Ji bi- JiUllfll 10 talk llilnpS i-ver. Iji- rt-ally you jtut t'iai tji'irlgugf-, -md you'll be truly rile (Jalll-t'urfi .111J ti'jy liei- seals 1'cmi Uy lo imr You'll lo.-i' lu-r wuti HIP world. VciLfl i'dtfi I'iit-h oilier all more." i Vil Mill T-.-I the Lfu Coiis." fuiiniosl The ine.moral lurlhor vasion aTi'.l that in-' e allied forces 'would be boviml lo have an in- in effect in unU-kenme Hie uaiion- spirit. and .Moraii will I, their new comedy. "Noarly anotlier excellent (i.rn orchestra offer n.-vv .Ami best of all, tfo WATCH FOR of Humanity" IT'S COMING TO THE COLONIAL Vancouver us Lelwccn SOOO- mill 10.-. UOO. These figures do not Include Xcw wKcre a getieral strike was ciiHcd yestertlKy. Three of the unions that seceded from their internationals. "Machinists Vancouver Xo. 1; Hoilermnkcrs No. 1. iind No. 1. IL Is htnted, liavc anialfamatcil under one Van- couver -'Premier Bordcn's Answer OTTAWA, a- to'.egriirfi from' Sccrelaiy HamiHon, of the Toronto ;MclM Trailcs Council, -wilh regard io the arrests of tho Win-" nlpti strikers. Premier Ilorden sent Ihe following Tnessatjc: "The DCTEOIIS arrested in Winnipeg have been charged" "wllli iicls wliich, unilcr the laws ot Hits country, arc serious offenses. The KOTO rumen I intends LO maintain the law anil lo lircTciit and pimlsh any altempt to Hiliverl ihe nulliorlly of the people a.s eslabl'.sbcd ihctr rcprcsfcnlci- tires, in parlbinenl. Your asserLlon Ihcii Ihe governnienl lias been animat- -Xoidiuo am 01 v. pa Ing class PT to Injure the labor move- ment Is abEolulcly contrary lo fact. No man in tbfs rounlry. ivhclnrr em' ploycr or emriloyces. is above Lhc law. any such person lie per- lo Jcfy tlic aulhorily ot'lhc from manufacturers ol plows in llic IJrillsh Isles or Kurone. Tlic reason was thai n spocltil quality of steel, ob- tainable, only iii .Llic United Stales, was nsr-d In Canadian plows. The pro- cess fur manufacturing the sled was controlled by n. United States com- pany, H was necessary to have nlo" ot particularly liard -steel lor uao in Hie west. Dr. Miciiael-Clark foiled to see why tho duty oil a spreader should La less than a plow- The plow was j absolutely" necessary and had- to Le used hcforo .a manure spreader. H appeared reasonable to hare larger duly on the forme.' than the latter. H Murray. Woodstock, tommil- ted suicide liy drinking carlialic acid In u iiafk' 'at Truro. S. It necessary, l'e for him to offer these criticisms in the Interest of iho west- The.opposition inm evi- dently "gone, out oV business ns far as .Icialng the government, on (he bud- get was concerned. Therefore, with Ihe other-western Unionists Mrlio had opposed Lhc budget, he iniiEL do liia part. Mr. Maharg's point empha- sized by Dr. Clark, who observed that the finance minister voulil soon bo convert to (he doctrine of free agri- cultural Implemc-nlB If he were at the end of a broken plow for a short rifirinrt. Sir Thomas While roplieil thnl the government had rr-dviceil the dut- ies on agricultural Implements (o a greater extent, Industries employing thousands of mcu would have been forced to close down. Tho partial revision of the tariff lie described as_ "sluccro on the part of tho govern- ment lo take off the situation." Dr. Thompson advocated the re- moval of ilnty ou certain machinery re rmirea in mln-ng anil the cilracllon of oil from shale, lie said lhat this machinery was not manufactured iu Canada nnd therefore (he removal of the duly would not Injure established l.'anadlan'Industries. New Industries. Tho Heller latest Kolecl Picture, Alice DHdys be people as Mcssagea of like tenor have been sent to J. Knuilson, secretary ot the strike committee al New Wcslnunater, and' W. C. C'ralg, secretary of the Trades av.il Labor Council at Uran- don, who also (clcfirams of pro ICSL i'o Ihe premier. Discuss Strike Crisis June ot the Bovcrnmeiu aide of the Manitoba Uglplalurc will liold-n caucus al tho parliament bulltjlngs (his aflcrnoon, IL understood. Some of tlic r.iem bora from rural conslltueticJes arc now In the city anil others will ar rive tluring ULC day. ___.........._......._. _ It la slntfitl that the 0( ihe kind which he had mcmbc-ra will cUscnag the striko crisis. would he Ijciitfllcd by oh- News' talniiiK-Llie'r machhicry free of duty, W1NMPEG. June Hie Dr Boards Jigrcert with Dr. Tlioinp- liLIc, nnd on lhis mntter, Western Moor social airiXo c'Jark, reffirrlnff to a slatcment lion No. In tody. o[ Sir Thomas While's with regard bo IQ on plon-s, expressed Ihe view thai' ttmftdlnn Induslrlea would not suffer. I.' thi.-; Inrill wnn reduced Lo correspond with lhat on other agri- cultural luijjlcmenls, "Mr. Jlurrcll cxplnincd UiaL couslil- crntlon limTbcon given to Ihe llrillsli IcRlslallon, hut that it had not. been deemed advisable-31 prcaJnt to follow Iho example of tl.real Britain. Lecnuae of (Ho fncl flial mJncra] production in Canada [3 largely uniler Ihe control of provincial Government. Mr. Maclean declared Ihal Cnnada needed a national policy In regard Io nlcilc. Tlie treasury tort ay was In need of taoiicf1 and Jt appeared lo Jilni Lhal two companies sliould con- tribute by n-ay nf Irises were Iho In- teniailonnl Ntchlo company and the Monti iVicklc company. He n'.inicd Iho government thnl ccrlaln (acts with regard lo the export of nlcklo during tho war woulil bo brought out In Eng- land, whtch would show thai there was a pro-German Inftuenco in con- nection with these exports. It hnd never been brought out JiinL who Ihe controllcrj of Iho InTcrniitlonal .VIcklo company were, buL ho would not he at ftf( fiurpristil to find that il was controlled In (jcnnany. Ho advncul- Ad ilie (nhlng over of coulrol of nickel nilnna by Iho Kovernment. a ol the F.ranrcss theatre for the bal- ance of llic week.. Ii is a story of twin sisters, adapted for the screen 1-j- Ixiuis Slicerwiu from Mtrlnur Michelson's novel, Thwaltc's AVifc." Alice Brady is seen as both Louise afui TilsU. twin sisters who are as different below Ihe surface as it Is possible for sisters to lie. Micliapl j Tliwaite, a consin by adoptioir. fioes] away lo liecomc a nhysicl.Tii, and !iis grailuation marries Trisle. ill- though In early life Tri.vle hail hatcJ him while her sister Louise loved I him. After Ihe weildius Louise en- lora a hospital to Vccomo a nurse, while Trirle continues her bullcrdy .-.vays. Finally Hendrirk Thurston. a social liberliue and Idler, lures Trixie lo Ills rooms for a lain supper. Mich- ael learns of her caprice and allcinpts to scold his wife, bill Trixie packs her bags, and lor answer you must see the picture, its u ofte. Also another of tlio famous Chester. Outing Pictures, which are an attraction lo Empress patrons. A Christie and latest Paths Ga- zcltc completes an attractive Advertisement. "There" la'a (rpc of iiifllvlilii.il belicVeb -In limiting men Ivrit and (rylus them (iffenvnrd. Uul thai. Is iiuL Ihe Urlllfili way. Those who nralso Hrltia'h law and Urilish Justice should have tho dtcency.to refrain fronr Iho mQlho'ls or the Sp.inlsli Inqnlsitlm) find renicmlicr Ihal Hrlllsli law holda rvcry man Innocent until lie la.pi-oven "Men have been arreslnl before iio.w 011 (nlFe nnd malicious from tillerior nniUvcp, BctllMon and COHFpiracy nrc, serious words to use nfialnsl men who by Ihcir clmrntter have won the estec-ivi of IL large body ot Ilicir fellow workers, will not say Ihal Senator Hobcrlson la aiding niul' ahclllng a foul conspiracy, bul will nsk him for any reason it seems best to quit tea or of TANT with its health- fjivind properties and flavor Ill "Daddy I.ong Legs'' Mary Pick- ford talks, with her feel. Al lirsl Bianco this may look like carrying at- mosphere, kcal color, and all lh.it lo extremes, but Ihe way il ii- done !n the final scene is one of the dcliRlit- ful moments ol llic "Daddy Legs'' is full of .them. To H concisely; National's Initial proiluctlon willi Mary J'ickCorrt EMPRESS Three Days Starling TODAY Alice Brady IN "Tto Better Half" i BRADY THE DCTTER HALF" "The Uctler Half" is the luiti sislcr not in Dm worlil. The way slic "doiiblcs1' hertcJf is lilUc lefs lhaij a'mlrncle. MaVcs vou luiigli anil cry nnd leaves yon liniipy. Also of the famous Chester Outing Pictures Abo Christie Comedy Hull and Jeff and Latest Pallie Gazette TONIGHT ONLY BESSIE LOVE A SECOND MARYPICKFORD IN "Carolyn of the Corners" ALSO "TOTO'S TROUBLES" COMEDY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WM. S. HART IN "BRANDING BROADWAY" Tiiis Feature Will Replace "BORDER WIRELESS'' nljldi lias been tlcl.iyed owing (o strikes, will lie shown al .1 lalcr diilo. Also Good Comedy and STARLAND ORCHESTRA MftJESTIC-Z NIGHTS COMMENCING FRIDAY JUNE 2O (FRIDAY-SATURDAY THIS WEEK) k REFRESHING COMEDY by (301 COOPER MEGRUE THE DELIGHTFUL STAR OF "PEG 'O MY HEART." "OUT AND OTHER SUCCESSES WITH AN EXCELLENT SUPPORTING NEW YORK COMPANY .COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTION Xtn for is hookcit over, the Western Canada Tlie" atres I Ad. circuit, xx nn extra special Hiid-huuiiur.T nunictioii, a.nU DlayitiK only the moat tilies in Ilic It comes licm direct from a puuccssful week at the Wtilter "Winnipeg, week stands in Toroulo. Montreal. Oltniva ami oUicr Easiern Canad- ian cities. The play is nan1 in Us itnlh mouth aL itiu Maximc UilloLc Theatre, Xcw York. H Is one of the Keason's jnost delightful L-oniedy successes. A complete production, .-with cli-ltgLiifnl ELSA RYAN, will lie of- ferpd at the .Vajcplic as nbove. s 75c, 50c SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG RAWORTH'S It's a Tremendous Dramatic Thriller Information has received al Ottawa that Iho I'reneh will Irt iiornufl In duly frbo. EMPRESS FOUR DAYS STARTING MONDAY MaryPickford In her first very own photoplay from her new stuaios LONG LEGS" "Daddy Long Legs" Jenn Webster's famous pfoy 7 Reels of Fun and Pathos Ofrecled by ManhJll Nellin 'KISS or KILL' With HERBERT RAWLINSON A Big, Smashing Tale of a Veteran of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces, crammed lull of Pep and Action. ALSO SHOWING NOW PLAYING Thurs., Fri., and Sat. COLONIAL WED "CALL THE COPS" LKO Z REEL KOMEDY FOR 25c AND lOc, EH? IT'SKOOL, KOLONIAL: ;