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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LF.Tiinmnr.G DAILY iiEnAi.u FIVE lo: seven years, beginning wi'Ii ilie o'.rt Iliucrayli ill Iho DaM I GrilUlii was Ihe dircc'.or in cl'Itf. S'ILV has cover lull Mr. Grillim u.i'll llic iirtscul pic-Inns luo or three small rirodnftlona unili-r 111, erv'Monal direction beforj I Preparations For Ceremony of announced toniitt. here- ,.r' Wednesday and Piped, to Brriva In Signing Documents of I'eacc V June IB report- fair play would liavc eujianlteJ some lliat Ibe leamslora of llio notice, but annarsntly BrillBh [air nliy linil Transfer compauy. which bandies Is a lliing of Hit In Wlnalprg. _: and trelgbl for the rsclOc Vtsllwaj-, will return lo at uuce. locomotive firemen's un- ion met lost night auj adjourned until touigbl, when a movetneul Is expected union; Ibo firemen lo brln; about a return lo work. I The paper am A check for 1500 was received al cominllleo has i (he Labor Templo Ibis niornlcg from tiia Iilichlnlstj' union at Seattle It joes Into the strike tuoil. The arrest ot S. S. Woods worth ii) Winnipeg conies aa a rjirpriEo In local circles, where he Is kriown. Tho consensus ot opinion la tlmt Woods- worth Is an "idealist rather tfcau a red." as ono labor man put il. Victoria Waiting VICTORIA, Juno With Ibe torla striker. awaUlns news of a prob- able settlement of the Winnipeg a.lrlke dispute, the situation hero lias devel- oped into one of watchful waiting wilh Ihe hope llial evenjt will shortly trani- plro lo permit a resumption of work. AbJolule nuiet prevails In tho inilus- trial area. A telegram has received by the I'oumJallon company from llaylcy Hnpkins, vice-president and northwest manager. al the present lime. Is in San Francisco, which Indicates Ihe company will carry .out Us original plan lo outll'l III at Tacoma. The. company conslderd lhat Ihc ac- tion of tho Metal Trades Council In calling a strike of Ibo shipbuilding in- dustry Is unconstitutional- Coll Handlers' Strike 'Settled PORT WILLIAM, Out-, June The strike ot Canadian Pacific and Canadian National coal bundlers oil tho docks al Ihe head of the lakes has been settled. The men will return lo work tomorrow. They have accepted Ihe original offer of llu: companies to I work tor .the name scale of pay as lirnvails at Dululh. The'dlffcrences bclween the Fori Coal Dock company and its employees etill have to Ito adjusted and Mayor Murphy, who was largely] responllblc lor the settlement of tho Canadian Pacific and Canadian Nalion-. al slrikes, has wired Scnalor Itobcrt-1 'Shortly after ILo paufr wiu pressed. J. S. WooJisworili, wly bas teen editor simo Hev. William Kens nag lorn Ironi Ibis bed in the ot Ihe nlelil and rusLeJ off lo Sioney Mountain, was arrested." The paper announoci thai lUc slrlke Paris In time lo sign Ibe- treaty of peace wllb Germany. The Ii eolnpoied of Foreign Minister Tlt- toni and Ihrco senators. Viltorlo Kcla- lola. Gugielmo Marconi inl Ino Ferrarll. Marquii Gorglo 'Dug- llzlmi. a member of the chamber of depullei will bo secretary of the dele- I n defense fund for "all comrades who have been ar- rested during Ihu past week." RAILWAY' MEN WALK OUT VICTORIA, June Twenty-live mechanics, machlniiti and carmen lain on the and Nanai- roo Hallway. There be no Inter ruptlon of train service, dio general BUperintendep.l nnnounccs. The men wenl oul In sympathy wllll the strHerB. Call M on, Eimonton tlfiiONTOM. Juno Kdmontcn'E ilrike will bo called oft officially this VKUSAILI.KK. June President Wilson visited lim palace this lo inipeci the arrange meals for Ihe (flremony ol signing c-i Ihe peiice- treaty. I When Anembly Voted I WEIMAR. Juuo the J Ibc- national asiembly volod lo'lay 10 L'lVIllUKf sign Ihe peiro tcriuj unc-ondilionslly, fiery apr-eala In ,ipiimnlai made- by Ihe Democrats aii'.l Coiurrvaltvca. 'but Ihey apparently lud lltilc eftett. V'lien Ihe vote was'cnllc'l, ;i'l but a. nenibers rose 13 Ihr-lr a' rd one of hcU irr.o ia of utotion iiiclurcs M t cotntry, produfo-J 'Tli-i Two Ilri-lc Llna L'ttTalieri'ji nrw I'araiafiuiiL tl rlng vehicle, U is on view at Star-1 Ip-nd lunlxhi. Mr, in tills plciurc Laa beeu most artislic. an-.l '_ lil6 of msasive ;in-.l j (hfi groupliifis throiigiioul. quite J i-fttljfat'lory. The pic Lure is aUriui-i lug al tvery j STARLANO All ProauQlloni Guarantied. Resigns as Whip IMIXiARY. June 2rcKenzio peace it is a Flory that will grip your very heart strings, and create a feel- ine which wliruever be forgotlen. One special features lit Ibe presen- of "The Heart of poseil to Binning made their protests j 'c tbealre. will be Ihe In an apparently hopeless effort as. musical settiiiE. oKerert liy Ihousli it was a mailer of course thntl Wuich greatly a deerrootcd leeling. Tlie assembly; -UCBnty and appeal o[ listened wilb apalhy to Ihe nnnouncc- cnl thai It had been to sign drew.lbc allention.of Uuj'prlme'mio- Isler in Ihe commons'lUls morning 10 a reporl thai the government hnd sep- aralcd itselt from any further attempts al settling the strike at-Winnipeg. He asked if Ibe reporLi were Irue. SirlHobert salil bs.bad not observed tho reporl, but ao far as lie.was nwarc nothing of the kind had been detcrniln. ed Mr. Dureau asjfed it any report was ihe claaelflcmtion scbeil- ulea of tbe- civil service. No inlelli Eenl man, he could- make any- s.chednles 'deposlteil "The Weslern on tbeithlntr out of.llie Btreeta this Mternonn. on the Ibale. There were tt. 60 Buck at Calgary curious and mosl unintelligent (jnali CM.GiRY June Uie result 1 fications for certain thlngl. ol a vote taken Tuesday ?l_a largely Hon. A. K. MacLean replied; attended'. mass-meellni; "of Ihc Ogden the classincafonh were very employees of Ihe C. P. K. the Halanc, J of Ihe men decided to return lo work Vednciiday morning. Camcron. Before J. M- be in full operation in !na morning: The company was mere- ly wailing for the men to make the first more.; Tho limber of tlio employees lhat remained out, In round 'figures, Mai- led 600. A further S3 turned in Tues- day, nlaklng nljou', 300 in all who possible would bp given in commute at siege on the bill. Second rcadin gwaa given to lion C C. Kallantyne's bill lo araeml Hi Canada Shipping net, and the hons went into committee pn.'the bill. Mr. Ballantyne eiplained that Ib purpose of the bill was lo proven Canadian" shlmilng-falling into Hi haniJa of enemy nations. Dr. Michael Clark wanted to kno how we were to gel indemnities froi actually at work. lonemy counlrici unless we allowe Apart from this, there was but shipping faclllllcs. Peace won illeralion as far as tbe metal workers; be signed and tHen war measure ire "concerned, but tbe hopes of aa this bill should be unnecc men have been raised by a telegram1 that was posted on the bulletin board of the labor temple which read-. "Negotiations favorable to melal trades." In the meantime, as far us Ii concerned, sonic more men were lake'n'on at the Riverside Iron Works Tuesday rooming. Labor Piper Suppressed Juno 24.-r-Rcterring In] the suppression ot the Labor Ibo organ published by (he cen- Iral strike committee, tho Western Star, a labor publication which ap- peared (or Hie flril lime this afternoon, lays: "It cnme like a bolt from the blue. (Co warring of any kind waa given. If (tlio Labor endfRVorcd to tell the tni'lli, llie wholo InUh and joining but the truth. One Jhout condition. Preaident Felirenbacli made a rale rlielorical attempt to inspire ipo iu llie future.-hul railed to stir a ugle delegate lo applause. The tueni AT STAHLAND. Uurotliy Gish, whnso nrsl Paramount arrins vehicle, "nalllins vrill be sliowu nt Slarland on Wednesilay rs stood automatically ivhen thciaiid Thursday, is tnc most lalkert of ucstion of taking a recess was put id walked from tile suecp. illowlug their leader. Lifting Blockade PARIS, June supreme block- de council met lodny decide on a ale when the blockade ot Gerrnany hould be lllleil. One element il Is nilcrstooj, ftvori the dar llie Irealy ratified, but It is believed '.he cour.- n-ill probably lo lift Ihc lockide with the siEnilig of the treaty. lONT CELEBRATp TILL TREATY SIGNED June dl rust of Germany is Ihe predominant ole In London press commcnls' or tic German governmenVs decision ign Iho treaty of peace. It is con- enrted Ihe Germans jprovcd thems.clve. rcaehcrous (tiroustioul Hie war. llio alcst inslance being the sinking fleet In scnpa Flow, nnd llierj ore it would bo premature tb celc bralc iiEaco until Hie treaty is actual y signed. Even nftenvards, It 15 said, tho Hllles must be continual'} on guard until Ihc last, penally is paid. cvidence_shoivs Iho revo lullonMian nolTchanpetl Ihe llennan niisconcepllon of national says one conimcnlalor. Tho n aoclaltst organ, says "Germnny can not and will not k llie trealy because it is Itased on force Initial) of Instlcc." ITALIANS APPOINT NEW PLENIPOTENTIARIES HOME, Juno new Italian dclcgalion lo Ihc peace conference, IL liclnro personality In llie Uniled jlatea today. Her work as "The Lil Ic Dislurber'1 ill "Hearts the Vorld" has drawn for her hundreds of columns of notices, not one of which as unfavorable, and has made il im ofsiblV for her lo handle her raai vllbout the AUl'bf a secretary, Dut tWenly-b'n'e yenrs of age, "4tl5! )oyjthy-has been in motion piclurei LEMON JUICE Girl of Prunes and Soups and Child of Meals and Sweets in "Daddy Long Legs" Orphan Waifs and SilkClad Children Contrasted in First Production by Mary Pickford's Own Company Startling is tbe comparison in the of children 113 pictured in Long screen version of the celebrated story uv Jean Wclj Bier, and Ibe newest Mary Pickforil super-feature which will be shown al the Empress lonlghl. Miss Pickfon has Ibe rolo of Judy Abbott, a chili who has been thrown upon llio worlM: "Seralhol works like iTinglc." U any rale II la porfcf.tly Imrmlesd. ilciennt to tftko ami can be nblalneil It Wfllng coat" from J. HlglnbotH- m ft Co., In'l.clhbrlrtKei and all (Iral lass Press in First Inter- view NEW -VOHIC, Juno tie Vnlera, iircsldenl of the Sinn Keln (Irish emerged dramatically from Llic ac'cluslon in which ipl himself elnco iits nrrlvnl _ jlcd Stale.i. In lo Ihc press al the Hotel, whoro he was wllnly en-' thusiaatlc followers, be declared _ ho hnd come lo America lo "speak 'for the Irish nation." Mr. dc declined to tell liow he contrived to reach America, but laid he came here from Boaton aor- aval dayfl ago.' "CHARLIE IN A HAREM" The FJrat Four-Reel Chaplin Ever Screened ,XBIQ B. C. LOAN vrCTQFHA, June John Marl, minister of finance, how in Son- York, haa wil-cd li> Premier Oliver to the effect-Hint'he, Ihfenda to call, lor (cndori; for a loan 10 .HiIs provtnco at once and Inllmales lhal bids will be opened at'the lie ail ofnccs of llio Canadian Uank bf Commerce tn ADDED ATTRACTIONS THE CELEBRATED FAVORITE FRANK, KEENAN In Completely Reviled Vertlefi of-HIl Tftmendout Weltern Succe "THE LONG CHANCE" A Great Five-Act Feature Kf 16.30. a.m. next' Saturday mornfnj, will be (leveled to Kf rnfnj, 'ihc'scnc'rlirrceeds of Ihc province. "VAMPING REUBEN'S MILLIONS 2 Reel L-Ko Comedy Pries 35c and 10c i FIRST NATIONAL FMPRESS- LJilYll ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY THE EVENT OF THE YEAR THE SCREEN'S GREATEST TRIUMPH THE MARY PICKFORD COMPANY PRESENTS THE WORLD FAMOUS STAR'S FIRST PHOTOPLAY FROM HER OWN STUDIO IN JEAN WEBSTER'S CELEBRATED PLAY DADDY LONG LEGS MARY PICKFORD AMERICA'3'SWEETHEART IN HER'-NEWESi; AND GREATEST TONIGHT, TOMORROW 8 ACTS THE FUNNIEST.3ADDEST, SWEETEST STORY IN Incomptrablx the Greateit ETW Made SCENES THAT WILL ROCK YOU WITH LAUGHTER; SCENES THAT WiLU TOUCH YOUR HEART You have seen funnier flirts than the first two reels of "Daddy Long we'havdn'l. I Strlhet >re common thlt Great Prune Strike In "Daddy Long legs" takes (he (and- wlchet and eli'er, BOX OFFICE CLOSES AT 10 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING FROM 2 P.M. TO 12 P.M. Pricei: Matineet 4 to 6.30: Adults 3Sc; Children lOc; Adults 50c; 15c. Special Children's Matinee daily, 4 ;