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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: UvTimmixii: D.MI.Y IIF.UAI.D PA UK FIVE WEIMAR, Cnp- The cabinet, allho.ugli It rtiisned. will continue in office terr.porarlly until President Eberl betn stole lo form a new one. HAVE GERMANS REALLY ACTED! PAHIS, Junn II" nilleml Einbly ol Wolraar lias laVcn Ihe ac lion In the foregoing ageni-j itispiuu. II has upon the peacn liealy a clay earlier Ihan Iho last direct ndvlrej from Qcrmany Has Indicted. Uilpalrhes from Dwllii received Thuri- nlibl, sialeJ lhat the nscmbly Wai eipecli'd lo make Us final decli- lon on tha trealy on Saturday. 11 wa> r.ddfu thai. In ell jirobubllily, the sembly would lo order Isclto taken. SWISS PREPARE FOR EVENTUALITIES (IKXKVA. June military BrrsRsemenls heen mado by the Swl3i Rovernmenl for eventualities in rase the Germans rcfu.e to eisu treaty. I'irted. forces will be remob- lllzeii tomorrow and HID nfxl day ni lliiscl nnc! Constance, to protect Ihe Tthiim and the taown A illsrilrli lo the Tlmrgaw Oazeltn [.TVS that llalian forces bave tesun lo occupy Voralb'ors. ilie westernmost tllalri'.'l ol Austria.. Alpine battalions arrlvltiR al.Montafon anil FoMlerch I articles, voslcrdiv u'ero coldly rereivel, It Is Ins liolnl. As It Is Ihe rriiaratton com tnlttee bave Ilie rijhl OVIMI to subm' larl or all ol Uernlaiiy'a Jeltl." ZURICH. JuniJ ilav aryk, prealdont of Ctecho-Slovaliia, naj replied lo a message from Beta Kun. foreign inluiater ol Ihe Austrian soviet, pointing out lhat Ilie Hangar- Ion troops repoaiedly look the often- five after thu uofe uf ilie council or (our bail been sent'to LUldajiesl and lhat when 'the Hungarian authorizing by the (jovern liucul o( lo the Ol 1 uwa luiprovcoietiT tomnuHslon lor ihe inRlnlnriance and extenflon of the- ol Ihe iciumlsslon. This auiouni be paid annually for tbe uejf li> years. The present vole lo the lou is anuuoj. 10 a question, by Gec-rg-: 1'arenl. Sir Thomas While staled thai I i credit of JC.UOO.QM fur ilio purchase liflvn compiled Ihe de- j ol moal IN ('aiinda by ihe llalian ROY- j luanils ol Iho cntenle Hie CzcrliQ crniueat hail been established. vak Torres will ceaie hostililicpi. j The houso then went ialo rouiumieo Lalett reports .show that the a resolution iiroridhig far the aj- garlans altackod the Crei-ho Slovaks Ot "such sums of monoy, not ex- ii recently ni June 11. having made ceedlng in the? fS.GOU.QQO. may be required 10 enable ULG Van cou'ver harbor commissioners lo tarry STubbom resistance. oif ilie cunatrucllDii uf works and to i Fcics Longer {provide such terminal facilities as are PARIS Juno alicrallonsj deemed ncceasary for de- and Bmondmenls Incorroraled by Hie I Telopmc-ni and equipment ol Watou- couiicll of four In the rev'sed trfaiy i ver harbor" niako IL ROinowliat longer ihau ilir D. McKenzie reniarhed thai dnitt orlcloBlly submillctl 10 uic; o( seemeil to le roorely giv' .nj itulillfllicA'abroad. U now ;llf; money "anay. He wanteil to know i Assault upon the rlulit wlriR of lho army, whVcli put up AUSTRfAN COUNTER PROPOSALS COMING PA HI 5, Juno 2H pngcs, live more than lha original, and even ihls was i-iiecL- ed by closer paging'. '.U various pohiis Iho draftlnK coiiimUtee souRlit lo ad- hero as Tar as possible ti> the uumbfailnE or the artlclct. anil con- trived ujrlor Inscrtiiiiia _or ntulsslons by cotubinlng or siililtiiig As at- first' arrange.! ]ment tontnins ihc oriEinal prriiU and 440 articles. The nrllcle aAsurlng Slleilan coal to German Industry how Ihe government stooil willi r lo ihe loans granted lo other porls. Hon. ininistfr of marine, slated -Jo far the Dciniln- Ion government had advanced UQ moil- ey 10 Vancouver. The port was a very one-, and Ms development was essential 10 ilin Pacific iraric. T.omis to Ibc barbor rornniiaaJoii of Montreal by Iho Koyernrnent now toi- alled Monlrcal had always paid tha imerosl on these iiud coutlnue to do so. The rale ol I inlcresl on or Ibis kind was In Case of Prohibition When Germany SiijnK Ihe Peace Terms WINNIPEG, Jbne Ihe Ot- tiwa corrciTortdsnl cf a local ternoon paper i ''The prohibition bill, jmend- ed by Uie icnale lo llmU. its dp- to the pf Hod of the v.-ir, will eomt back to the common (or c on i rj lion. government will undoubt- ed declTni to "accept the amend- ment and a majority of tta homo will likely uphold the ittnd. If ensuing confercncei with the un- ate fall In reaching an agreement, the to all and pur- poses be kflted. U will then ba m queillon of law ti to whether government can extend tha order by a, further order-ln-councEI. It h not at all) likely that lha gov- ernment will do to. y tf A o IRISH AMERICANS DEMAND RELEASE OF COUNTESS PA1U3. June Mesirs. and Dunne, renrese-jla ol liie American Irish so.-- itlles, have a'J'lresiel a leMc-- u. Prcmlftr Lloyd aiklng for the lairac-diate re lease Of Counter Markleii.i. v who is described ai the inlri- v of Tabor in ihe re [Jiibliran cabinet. They charg" That tho arreat In reprisal for giving mlurinaliun ing LruuHti-ei agaiuji Irish uomen. i. for tljfe wecV-eud In hid lat- v i si AricrafL release. "Tha llreed ut Men." After many vicissitudes v owins lu itrlte con ill I Ions, Manager Ucorgt t'lcinLng (In ally succeedeJ in In wiih -Bill" over the lelepbonft yea- j might think ic-rjay afternoon, and, 'vhlle ho is guiming was for spP'-i.riiiK in Uortler I mpsi uf (he world of tuodcrnB Unl- hk-h was boohed ior these hei -Klss-or Kill" la a whlrl- vill he here to eire iilcturB fans amusenunt. IT'S snappy and nitsl enjoyable "ruer'alji- suave, nlade 10 bv Elmer Clifton from O I D'.eui. Thfc iheaire Is n't LEL' ihese at ;lic uat I Vou may have noticed ne i CHAPLIN'S FOUR-REEL COfAEDY COM.NQ TO THE COLONS ilirbugli the theatre fir6, ciiaplln plcluro I ever In I.eiLbrlJga will bs of- ai the Colonial Tor three days. ISIHHJES uu Monday nexi. when "Char- 1k' In a llarcm" be tho laugh pro- at onco. and irarels with treat-neck KlieeU aluug the Lice o! most to tbo dPoired happy ending. ol us doesn't dfpJre a hapyy ending, li isn't any picture for grind- by MEI Brand. lo die exits ai iLb rear. 'I'Lu-.j our huge electric fxn. comfort 10 our In 11 hut ten weather. JJatrooi' atHnlU Is espatlallr culled lo the faci that they ahraya BCB n full iierlonn- -jnce .al SlarlanJ Saturday erealns after Rnd tea the show yon have finished your nbop- vnfctr. This Is tbo befi original Chap- lin Ehonn hero since "ShouMer ArniE." ".From pretent Indicatloru. therefore, IL would that exlEtlne reitrlctloos againsl Impor- tation, manufacture and traffic will crair 93 icon a> Germany has appended her name to the fieaca lerms." jllu- r-ie-sent Irii? vltlmul ui.nn ilu- Hnron Uudolpli von -Sla'.in Pasha, a ;ics 01- and pcrni't (lor- loruicr hlgli oHichl In the Egyptian ninr.s lo'purclia-E Ideso proilui't-i ui Government, ivho resigned IILB poal H-- snma lerma-ft.T (hB Poles." when Great Dritain derlare.l war on1 [n !bc. rcvlsal diafL "the Austria and accompanied ihe Aus- trian tlelegalion to France as a-j CT- iicrl. left today for Vicuna. He was L'il hiid assx.-iaU1'! to estab-ifli I.nnzEg tree lercst. As far as British t'olnnibll. was con cerned, tbe amount Irnl to ilie lurbur commission of that tiiy now ioi.alle-1 i 51l.732.51S. Quebec Ijart never licen able lo ]iay the on Us loan, j TheEC were only iwo lo i which iiip Dominion bad lent moacy. ___ Tills in which ILe rr- _ accompanied bv Hcrr Epstein another snonsibllily of the five great j. H. Sinclair iuntilred what, Ihc rev-1 inember of the Austrian delc'sallon. creation of the city nnd at Vancouver was. He thought Mary Pickford "Judy" In "Daddy Long Legs" Ltirni Lenon from Hard Cider Jup Quaint Humor Injected Into flcrten Version of Ftmoui Slcry and Play by Director Nellan ODO of the funniest of all the hu- morous thins" wllh which Mary new and btst feature. Daddy ixips which be teon at tha Express slarung Monday loaded ID scries of scenes In which Marj, Judy Abboii. lakei LOO much hard cider. The tuner tlitlo "drunk" 15 rol In- dulged In by Judy Abl'olt. Hie orpfiRn hlld Miry'Pkklorfl plays, with mal- ice aforethought. It bapnenj that she and a funny little orphan with a very 1 faca hive Jusi lead a "prune hi ivtiit'h they have sougtu to obtain better food for ihc children of (he nBvlum, who are fed un tbm soup ?.nd prunes. Prohibition Matron Spoilt "Jag" TAHIS, Jnno disrussihg th" proposed budget, for Ihc coming year in the cliamber ol deputies toilay, Ilaoul 1'crei, head of Ihc budget cotn- aald H was possible lo expect! The Is troopship Monleasle, carrying returning Canadian soldiers of the Siberian expnrtllionary forces, [locked here early tbia mornine- Tlie ner liad on board 747 men. A dlslingnlshed lajor-Gcn. Blmsley, who commanded he Canadian-Siberian forces. Yhere officers In'tho pa'rly. Abdut 00 of the men aro_fron. Ihia district. 'ho renialnder leave for their ivc districts east today. The man report n very pleasant. oynge across. LoavinK Vladivostok n June 5, they had conllnuous fine wealher, The ship passed nunrantino without dimcuUv, there bclne no 111- Bes3 of a serioua nature aboard.. There Is one more contingent of Cimndian hoys In Siberia. This parly will be brought across on one of the in the Orionl. the vessel was a few out o sea from Vladlvoslok the "officers rtiscovcrcd elghl llussians among the These men hrid slowed away Bl Iho Russian port and h'a.d managed lo secure gome Canadian linilorms. They will lie 'sent' back "lo Some COO Ions supplies are deluded -.n Ihfl vesseVfi freight. Vol- unlecr longsborcincn will, commence 11 load in gillie' vessel later, in tHe day The only .complete.'unit ahoanl the is, tlic-'sijuartron oflRoya" NortliwcsL Mounted- Police, cohslsLIni of 49 men 'comrriaiid :O Major 'WorstQjv 'it. Is UnderAlOprl thn Ihla force, Vvill remain In Tor. iiin prencnl. They returned'with- mil their uloimis. Mcut.-Col. A. ]I. Powell was 'iji com- mand o! Hie troops, Den. Klmsley ami hla sl.iK wcrd on board. general will proceed to Otlown hcfbrp going lo hla home in Toronto. 5ALONIKT. June larfic nuM- ,jr of Mohamiueilans living in Greek "Macedonia havH appeared baforolhf- nulhorillca of iHat province nnd have expressed tbeir inlcntibn of renounc- ing their allegiance lo TuHhey nml taking the oath .of feat'y lo Greece. Efforts were made by the Turks to in- duce the Mohamniertans lo leave the country, hut the commander of a Greek baUnlion. which was guarding Ihe railroad runniiiR through Thrace, reports lhat ho has received from 93 Mohammedan fRmllles asking to lie placed under Greek administra- tion. THE LAUGH OF A LIFETIME CHARLIE CHAPLIN THE SCREEN'S GREATEST TRIUMPH "THE DETTEF1 HALF" AT EGRESS TODAY-. AND TOMonnoxv IIFORM.IMPLEKJIS OTTAWA. .Tune ivcs-of Lhc manufacturers of agricult- ural Implements and of (he United Farmers of Ontario met the .commit- tee nn agriculture lo-flay to g'vo fur- ther consideration to Its question of Rlandartli7lns farriT Implements nnd implement parls. Mr. W. -D6horty( Maltoii, the Inrmere, war convlntcd that -miicli Iniprovement con M be made-.'.which would result bfeTiaflcIallv to niamifncfurdr'a and allktv The m.imifaclurcri were wlll'nR to do Anything they foil was compatible, TyUli polio arid nnRln'etrlnE pflsslliillttcsr A BUh comrnltlro wna nuiiolnlcd to meet the manufacturers .-.rnl discuss the whole tfiorongnly tjcfore hio noxt of the house. EMPRESS 4 DAYS STARTING MONDAY The Mary Pickford 'Company Presents Mary Pickford In Jrnn lYclisler'a fflnious atory nnri Play "Daddy Lpng Legs" Directed by Mflrahftll NeUan rhologrBphed Ly Chas. Funnlcit, Sweel- esl Story in the World SPECIAL NOTICE: Mary, Pick- ford offers Ihta ilreL production from her own atudloi. of which her motlier li business -'manag- er, as an etainplc of the quallly of photoplay her frlAnds rafcy expect from her In thA fulnre. She -pafrl f 40.000 (or, the ilory She la not controlled by any produtlnff snd li responstbln 4o Ihe public only for the class of entertainment ahe proTldcs. dlBtrlbuifon of her first three photoplays' ulll he handled, by. The iVfLllonnl Erhlbllors' .Circuit, fnc., (t naLlgn-wlclc brganlzkUon p( thfra'lre owners LJfivoted lo encourajemftnl of teller pictures. THE .CITY. Because ONLY WE liave a di- rect current of Ircsh air from one end of the theatre lo tbo other. The Picluras in the City "Charlie In A Haram" CHAPLIN'S FIRST 4-REEL COMEDY STARTS MONDAY COLONIAL MAJESTIC-TONIGHT HERE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW "THE BREED OF MEN" Owing to strike conditions have experienced considerable trouble In gelling our pictures according lo 'schedule. "THE BREED OF MEN" Mr.. Hart's lalcEt ArlcrafL re- lease, will, poallively be shown tonight tomorrow; also "SLEUTHS" TwoReel Paramount-Sennelt Comedy ATTENTION! Saturday evening shoppera; yon will have ample Lime to see a full ihow at Slarland.any Sat- rdny evflhinE after 9.45, BTARLAND ORCHESTRA A REFRESHING COMEDY by COI COOPER nEGRUE Wlrh, THE DELIGHTFUL STAR OF "PEG '0 MY "OUT THERE" AND OTHER SUC- CESSES, WITH AN EXCEL- LENT SUPPORTING NEW YORtf COMPANY, COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTION. Pricei: 75c, 50c NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG 4 RAWORTH'S. COLONIAL-NOW PLAYING THE BIGQE4T DRAMATIC TREAT IN YEARS HERBERT RAWLINSON PR ISC ILL A DfeAN "KISS OR KILL" IT'S A CORKiNS GOOD SHOW Yon Can't Beit Tin Show for 25c and lOc ALSO'SHOWING CLOVE Epltoiie "CALL THE COPS" 2 Rcil L-Ko Korr.tdy t.M COMEDY "Nearly a ;