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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JCNE 20, 1919 run i.ETiiniuDGE DAILY PAGE 1L HT BE MUi LEADERS ARE REIEASEO! I tut ion or oiihanclae the price, rental or cosi ol an arllcle, reuial, storage I nr inmtiiorlalion or preveiHiuE or Lessen ing 4-uinpeLiUuD I1) or substan- (UJly coJUroiJinie within auy AT THE COLONIAL Mae Murray fn "Ganger. will be pait o[ tbe big bill ai llio f'oloiiial tonight She blew into lUc on Die brake beams because pbf VANCOUVMn, Juno 2G.-J. Kaiao- mike loader IWs innrnlng Is BijoJ iho folIovluR lUtcmeiit: "Al ibla ruorntriE'i meeting, the recommendation of Ihe strike com- lulttae to relura IP wort, provided thpl there wai no 1'taceJ before tlio rjsiubersulp, to with lha tetcRHm (com Wlnul- pcfi relative to the cei'ailon ot the there.- Tho jnemborahln Ity un- vole at the mass meeting IB- fused to accept Ilia cornimUee'i dec I? off the strike "provided no dlacrlmlti- the ending ot the Winnipeg S'.rlke. tlie lar d'slrlct, or tont ally, production.' wr.s a butcl, bail boy burglar, ami manufacture, a air. Inns siw a light a wludoiv anJ was fiortailott, lusurnDce or supply, or hungry and ileuJcdMy fnr A oUions-Isc rcsiralnluj or injuriug com- i wlills. and luruod intu n pitl a4.1111. Then ih'jig? liffiau 10 one 1 riglit another, tho first tii- un or unduly eabanr The of iho utivFsUlca lile: also, with regulalivu savs toJar: aiscnmiimuons in priM btiwi-m dif-' fiiircliatibra o! i-onunodiiies. ex- -fbo i-alm whicli will j o, purch..e arrange-' follow Ibe wave of sympathetic j j-hnre.LoldlnK (he atlon Jluudreils of men relumed (o work and today without wailing for Ihc formal unnoudcemeiK of I lie striVe eoniuilllei1 no llrue during I 3iriKes ue ustu uy iraura uu (he ao-callcd ficuerai strike in Vam-mi-1 ianists to gel a flrn-er control of Iair ln lha ell) been Inconvenienced Labor movement.' IT einitloierd art-I to any great client. Shutting off o! wlao limy will aid in supproasiiiK street car serrlce IVM only public! revolutionary elements by enabl utilliy affected and this wan negailTed lug cloeer relationships ibe, labor oreanlzaljyiis, adi secotid ihe tliir-l iht- p'c'turu would be beyond criticism. sl.oivn at liiurlanJ on Friday and Sai- A Mand-iKl. brand j unlay. burnt to ushrs alter fallini; from It i- i ilial Mr. Uarryuiura LIU oieva-.lou wf 4000 foti. i as rbarmiuj; a role JD this "pliottv lino-, of biiUli' iti-JLtliCh wtre J as in 'Are Vou ;i a toii'lrui-tt'il in a of K." IK 1'arJiunini piuurt in whkh ha scorert Durinp (Jn- )tro Jui liu'.i. Jtl years -Mr. on i ho ruivtr.-iil llic lurKes: nm r> more Ins iilmige in ilii wurl'J, ilu- iiiterfor d raramouni siar .ui nrfca ot (ot-t photoplay, and it ia the ll.r ci production un- the runuinf of Jitneys. Wages lout la coimec'Uon >vitli the jtrlke foriu REVOLUTIONARY ELEMENT TORONTO, June ion atid dpc.ldetl lu ramain tlriko I the greatest daitiiRe account, until lue uioa irreitii In LABOR SHOULD SUPPRESS wro released. ".V masa heli in the Areua al 10 Friday to placfl Iho question before A number of the meinhoiihiit. A rote will lie lakon al tliti muetiufi AP to whellier cr not lUoy return lo worJt." VANCOUVER, n. C.. June 26.-At A rneolins OD Wednesday afternoon of j Iho nrosldenU and Becretarles ol four rlvtc fire, lualde city hall waa decided lo mnrt a comuiunlefttton lo .Mayor Ualo ileniandiDg Ihe ralnstatn raonl ol all outildti clflc employees TV ho on strike, li was further decldid that, should Iho present trouble be satisfactorily Ine officers vruultl tins [hem lu a larger share in councils and hi ttiu ol try. Anj Ibtfy will regard iho cer In their own ranks a; yu up a3 imjuat-Iiig as the JloUlieTlsi." A clear old inotlitr'n wad a curiiiuOBeoui iioi'kctbuuk. thf: foiiril: ww a Ills AT STARLANO future for h'-rtell, lust, ihi; kln-1 yyn beeu You ha> (hac kteps tti.; "itrokt'' In j unit-.--.- j ,.i -tiarn t lunisbT wlim "lljtlLins Jf HOW'S Tin- liuit' lo sim; wliile, i her. you'll her uun> in "Uautor, (.In to seo H. ou j fi-ai I'LiratiiouQi Etarrlus n( StarlsiiiJ and if j an; "TUi- Linif of "lU-jr EMPRESS POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TONIGHT ol ih( I you art lu j In his :ic tame, yuu swim. lie: his :icK "On Hie Quicri d ufjou ilirr tcti'ltrai.-'d l> iisius Thoij'.as wUitii xvas n Xcw York wiili t-ntinnyui su in JftOl, llairymOL't. il 'Ji ParatncjULU siiit. lias an VXCT rolp. llial of it Vale scutJciit whi OTTAWA, .luric A iptc ut KOIJ.flOO for pun-aye m'ci wiili" some onnosillon last night. J. II. Hluclair, Vrolesled acalnai swh ei-jDofl and Apple Jack Mix in "Daddy Long tu lay holoro their .feirvecllvo unions proposal that they enter Into an ob- ligation not lo go on sympathetic strikes In which the contending par- lies were outslda the jurisdiction ot the city, council. On holiuU of the cmtilclc civic em- ptoyeea, the uriloni iiBmed will bo aaVf CL! to take n ilrlke vota If (he demand for ot all outside civic ha retuaed Ly the city council. This inpralnK's strike bulletin an- nounces thr.L the local itriiic is called OTTAWA. June Ou tho of (tm hi Oic In la i .Mr uked It It were true. as regorlMl In tlin ?iew -York press, Uial Ihe Shell Oil Transport and Trad- Jnf Company ivae inak'ng preHinlnary In Alborla, Including oil and coal Mr. MolEheu 'replied that nagoiia- Uona were proceeding between Ui-t and-- the company. He diO nut know thai any preliminary sur- veys were In projjresj. Mr. Miiniliy Teferr'ed lo the publi- Ilobert'p motion "This house dlpagreca lha F.CIJ- ate for rho fu] lowing basons: "Tilt senate anjOTidnieul de.stroys Ihe and blil. The ordfenvln-counci] aro Talld dur- (be roiiiiniianrc or Ihe war in. nay event and v.-lthout unj tronthming act; and poPHlbly they may (ja rnllcl off, effect Ire Friday noon, "provided Iliere is no dlscrlDiinallon." U speaks of ot erupioyern afTectcil by llio flriko on' the quesiion el conv plelo reinslatemenl of strikers. The dolorininaUcm of (lie strike connult- tpe Is nil strikers must go back or not at all, la reiterated. Appoint Enquiry WINNIPEG, June the course cl a fi la lenient given out today ilcalius Tv-itli the activities ot Ibo provincial government during the general sLrihe, i'remier Norria says: "The govcrnmeuL proposes to appoint a royal commission vested with powers lo ascertain, llio causes awl effects of. lha slrjkej ami matters incidental thereto in (HflicuHiea of employers and Ubor may be belter understood, end lliat -i sound and fair may be found ou whicli matlera In dlspule froni -time lo lime way adjusted. of course, not af- callon of ibe n'ruce'rdpor't in the form of a aiid asheJ It It waa the InleiiUoh" of'the "govefriiiio'ilt lo lafce nny action by way'of Inquiry or olJier- wiae In connection wiili the dls Sir Iloberl Donleii VeplSed tlat he roulU uol see v.-hy [bere niiould be any Inquiry. I'osstbly some memor Piulnin would bo laid on Hie lable ol lhon lodk up the prohl u pendihires. He critlclwd a; Long Legt1'1 I qutc-i." i vole for Jluminloii which was vlll see a new typo ot 1m- nior in Ihc aulics of Animal Rivoa R first rate imitallou u( a trying to make hi a way hsnje afler a ULieral imbibition, Advertisement. latierbchu; nxDeHcit and fioios Iorluiic- lo [u siihiilon on probation, tlie priie being hiiuj of an to iwt-my.inil- dollars, but wlioin. way. he had provltiUilv married "on ill" HHSCL lo (lie country and brought I In a large revenue-, owing to foreign iraffic attracted by ibeiu. They had been allowed 10 run down during Ihe j war and should bo IHK in good con- This i-liarmlng will be dtliot) again, The apiiron rial Ions (or Uoniinlun lands ami parks, totalling "THE HEART OF HUMANITY" ivcre passed. lor iho porM of months Iliere- tor soldier land after, as mentioned hi the orden-Sn- j passed. council. t i Therefore, "the .bill as amnnOed by I the senate doaa not give (he curlers- 1 In council rtny Greater validity than j they now possess while, on the oilier] hand, il expressly limits Ihr-ir Jt0o5lblel operations. "2 In view ol llic whifli I confront the couniry during the per- An iifin -of alsu GIVES IDE SUPPLY BILL IIS fcclrfiTaiiy Tlie commissioner we have In .view is II. A. Robion Bud we-Are present in cumntunlrallo'n wJlh him. "The goveramenL throughout lias however, U lakcn tto pbsttlon that the calling off make ol Ihe'sympallielU-.. strike was a.con- dition lo any atHon on'M.i part, but noir Ibal it has been called oCT, the government reel3 that it its fluty- to do all in ils power lo re- tore hartnoTiy ami peace to Ibe com miuilly. To-my mind, II has been nlmndarUly ITOTEII that Ib'e general sympathetic slriko Is wronc and fut lie; thr.l HID loaaon has heftri learned nnd such n strike Is not likely lo in the fuhire. It IB lo my mind 1m lierntlv; In the of ihc com roiinily that clasa-warfare should be replaced by cooperation anil all viu- "In or tills and with n to providing (lie greatest possible volume of employment, 'thn govern- ment now proposes to proceed nt onco ifilh its cilensive rond-buildlnR pro- crtim, with ils telephone exlenaion work anil hydro-electric line, anil wilh all other which aie required in llio public Interest. The government also is Bug- periling lo municipal corporations that Ihn.y ailopL similar measures (o the ex- lent ot their. ubllKy. We would also eariieslly request all uerson.1) or cor- havo In contemplation any works lo proceed without hesita- tion. at Ihc enrKcit possililc moment, ivilri gumc as. tar 33 possible before thc-anpToath of winter." SOUTHPORT LABOR INFERENCE PROTESTS June The labor parly conference al South Tire bill traa broughl in some weeks Ego to couMrm the ordors-lii-councJl re ipcctins the-prolilMUoTi of frnporta lou. ninnufaclure and Inter-provincial radn. in alcoholic'liquors. The or tcrs-in council, which-were passed un dor Jbe Mcisures Act, stipulaL cd tbal tlicy sbo'ulil remain In force or 12 months alter the concluilon nf the war. Doubt havhip arisen as' to whether they coultl remain In force alter the ciplrallon ot tlie War Mea- sures Act itself on alon of. crnmeivl Introduced the bill wblch -alldntcs 'ifieni for (he posi-war period of 12 Tbe hill paaaetl bones In that form and went lo the, senile, where. ktic uiiini.i u n 11 n LUL lot] of readjuslmont and having regard to dangers of unemployment anil the conditions of unrest which prevail. Ihrougbout Ilie noininioii, the reasons which JuslifieJ tbe of the or-. dcrs-in-council continue lo dur-; fug and will coittiniro I to ciist throughout the j by the bill as passed by the house. bill as passed by the house j is in tbe interests ot the niaiutenancc Senator leader. coa; of peace, order and good government i Korcrnrucnt for Ilie in Canada and it will tend to -prevent Yiillcd roniM'n which iho hill hai! OTTAWA. .June Ihc senaie I Secrets ol the Studio on "The Heart I of Which Plays at the Colonial for Four Dayi, Starting i Monday, June 3Crth: The lilrn ivas over eleven months j In The adual cosl of production arnouciteJ IG about Bcrfit. Hldncy Flowers or the Cana- dian army and Eric vou Siroheim of llic army gave Director Holu- bar military assistance. i Over feet at bailie scones were taken. ThD actual cost of one la-Iooi scene from tbe photoplay was fl'J.SS-'j avcr- aglnrj; cloec lo JS57 per second or ner foot of film. This is porbapg most expcnslyo scene erer filmed. This particular Ecene WP.B throe days LAST TIMES TONIGHT Doroth IN "Battling Jane" It's Don't Mill It Alia "Beware of-Boarders" Scnnelt Corntdy so amended HS lo prohibition tefmluale on.the.concluBJon'.oi morn- the senate amendment tame bc- l been lo the -house. Senator Nichols, however, ibat he agreeil with Senator HOES (hat Ine- senate slionM give.more cnrefitl junervisloti rimcnd Ihc kenntG rule.1? so as tu pro- vide for n. finance to deal with all money .bills. In-committee, on Ihu-bill, providing for the control of imnilgrntiOJi into of members on Ihc opposition benches J Drsidbury oflered an demaudeil a formal division. Tlits I ot (lie Eovernmcut's flnanctal measures waste, promote conserve re- sources" a increase' nation lency." Replying to Mr. Ilureau Mr. ElalCil that ihc goVernineiil liad secur- ed a legal opinion Ironi llic ileparl- ment of Juslico such as ID justify ilia passage 'of -this 'hill'. When the.rnoUoii'was put a numncr resulted in Sir lloberi Donlen's jnolion lielng tarried by a mMority o[ 71, Lno vole 105 (or anj 34 All HIE members on the Bovernment lug the senate amendment-crime uc- IIIB wemucii. me foro the house end Sir ttob'ert Horden side supporled tbe motion, and Messrs. moved that ihe -house 'disagree with the ame'iHiirieril. "11 "should R3- senl lo the Rnieudmant It would.simply be denying the prlnclplt for which Ihe bill TUIS jiassed." Ilnldinn, Duff, Copp, Wliile Sinclair McMastcrs, I'ertlow anJ Hunt also voted for it. Tlie, French members ou the Liberal side were practically solid against (Jie .icoiioii. nnd nolicc lhat he wtSiihl move to nmcndmcni designed to forbid Hie en- trance Into Canada of Itussfane or citizens of enemy alien countries. ,A. number- ol senators objected to the jVroTisiou Ih.iL ihe refusal of ad- mission fehouTil be left to order In council ami, to Ific dccisioD of inirni- gralioii oMicials. Sir Jaincs Lougheeil asked that tlia bill lie JieJd for further1 consideration. irere la the scenes. During the cnllie production 300U names were puL on (he list of extras, many men baring to be used hecnusd reinforcements were needed frequent- A squadron laiiks called into service. A squadron o[ airplanes was used n the production. Ton luuchJDO guns, all raptured from ihe Ccrnians in one of the last drives of Hie war. used in the pTofluc- ioii- and German machine .belts obtained so (hat tbe detail of han ?a a resolution proleai- OTTAWA. Jim'c.'SG.1-The unfair yraclices in" Ing the fltltnjpt of Ilia Can- Milan government ficftrclly, lo deport Ikltlah born or'lahdr TOT, par- llcjpatton In recent industrial dlBpiilca In tho Dominion And urfjng Ihc.JJrU- lad. to use Its .Influence lo prevent J llic Canailfaii government Trorn urocencllng wllli such a sleii. LIKELY CALL VANCOUVER" STRIKE OFF FRIDAY- VAN'COUV'KK, June fill probability U. was ansorled by linlh labor men ftnrt employers this morn- lag. liiC general atrlho which inn run A coiirse or Iwenly-fonr days hi'illilal rUy, As" 'a ptQleel tor Winnipeg condltlonn, will be- called off entirely by Provid- ed thai Uiere no tlimnilly encoun- tered In llic street railway men's re- hiruf (o cars he riinnlng Frltlay before, noon aiulUhc meeting scheduled for Saturday will he drop- ped. This nAsiiraiico M'as g'vcn by F. A. Hoover, business nitcnl.or the union.' Xonnau 0. Nelll, mniirtBCr ol the Krnplnfers' Association, said that he dfrl not Jcofc for nny dJ.irrlminaflon agalTist any employee relLirnlng lo work, but he pointed out that (hero wire several plants whfcli were carcy- in.ort.mcn lhan Ihey could 'afford when "ihc slrlko ivfl-i palled, llo illit not liclfovt Ihls giounrts (or claim of o utho part tl Ihc Etrlkfc cmomlUcn, wlilcli pofllnd Boticc Rl Ihc labor Icmplo c.UUng creation of a Iribunal .irllh power to _____D__ mergera, trusts, morlopo- and Rll inMters atteclirig Ibe cosl nf arllclea used br llie pcnple, la TC- conimended in an Jnterjjn report sonlcd Ihls.'mornlnE by U. G. Nlcliol- son, chnlrman of'the special cost of living coniinltlee. The- 'committee stales; that It hfta noL yet.hart time (o reach final cpnftliislon.i ?.nd nnoiher report will later on. The report euggcsls bringing Ihls existence eoacted-Rt. the present slon of parliament.; The commltlee's report is -a.s fol- 1lTlie> special Appointed for of lo I he prices, churned throughout C'nnadn'Ior loodstuffs, clolhlnff, tuel and .of life, nnd as (o rales of prblll made thereon hj1 ,tlio ricaltra others concerned In 'their distribution And fllso as to Iho rcntnla ot Ing honocs hi, Iniluelrlfcl centres o( Cannda and o! return of lal In'veateil therein, etc., beg leave to present the folfotftni: "Your coimnlUcc their ftp May 30, have held JG morn- fill cud evening sosslous, licnrd -unrl. considered Iho :o7ldenco Riven under otuh of CiJ jiersons repio- neiilln; vflrlous producern, mnnufac hirers, wholesale, ret ah and consum- from various parls of Catiada; also have received num- erous nelftlorii, rcsoliitfona nnd othcf nil of >vhlch have been considered. "i'oiir.coriimUlBa have been engsg- crt almost continuously from Juno lo present date, fu obtaining nil Inform ft I Id ri possible from cs, from oil R valla hie aourcfla, but have liol yet reached-a point th (be Investigation that would wfiirinl them In submflUng ftnal There haft tbe .allenlloii of your CcVldcnco fn regard lo Hie tindno profUS nn certain commudlHoH. Vour ronirnltlM5, order In incansr by which ft recurrence of Midi mny bo pfo- vended, find tnftt Iho iMihllc le trade, recommend lo thc-ccusiileralloji of the public and the government that legislation enacted nl seaslon of parliament creating IL tri- bunal power lo invcsUgalo nier- gorsf or TORONTO, June Dewarl, K.C., M.P.P..far South To- ronto, was today elected leader of the Liberal parly in the provin- cial legislature, in succession to WIMIam Proudfpol, K.C. Mr. Deivdrt secured 153 voles out of A total of 312 on the sec- ond ballot. Major Tolmfe, M.P. P.f Windsor, was second choice. He received 121 on the sec- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Another All Comedy Program JOHN BARRYMORE IN "ON THE QUIET" Five Reels of Laughter In which the inimitable John plnys the part of Oati a rattle-brained coHene youth who thornuehly agreed with lha Kc-ntuchy Colonel vho "There are two tastes that havo la acquired, suh; one is for olives, the other for water." Thai is. he agreed with him un- til Ire say.- ihc.girl and the thai went --.TlHi her. MaryPickford IN ''Daddy long Legs" The Funniest, Saddest. Sweet- est story In the world INCOMPARABLY THE GREAT- EST PICKFORD PICTURE EVER MADE COMING TOMORROW Beautiful Maclaren IN VANITY POOL HERE MONDAY ONCE TO EVERY MAN By Larry Evans It will inake'ydu fighting man nod lighting gliiU tloii3 of any fcLnd or nnUire. -which (end to limit facilities for transport- ing, producing, supply- ing storing or preventing, liuiUmg; or lessening mixnufncturo or production, or fixing a common price, or n ru- John Sfinquiest. R wealthy Belvirtere, sale pr.'cer of a common renthl, or a farmcV became deranged from the common cosl of storage, or Iranspor- lieai nnd killed himself, TODAY, FRIDAY SATUkDAY With Symphony Orchestra and Elaborate Musical Setting DIRECT FROM ITS SENSATIONAL RUN IN NEW YORK WHERE THEY DO THINGS BIGGER 4 The Big Universal Special in Slx.Pirt> BEWITCHING Mae Murray IN Go Slow' Tha Stbry of a Girl BurgUr ADDED ATTRACTIONS Episode Six, "Tht Red Glove" in V "FLAMES OF DEATH" LYONS AMD MORAN COMEDY SCREAM TRANSCONTINENTAL HIGHWAY FILM Thli Should be il Ortjt Inlereit to MoloritU and COLONIAL CONCERT ORCH'tSTRA Pricei 25c and lOc patted on the screen." The Biggest Production in Teh Years The picture you'll never forget itupendom in theme. A rentable revelation of unending wonderi. A romance of the great war, of the love that puteth all "A tremendont pic- -T.a-n r.e.t- "Oneof themott jftr- rirtg filmt tetr pre- lented in New York." YutiCmiia IVorW thrilled tu it with intfiuii- -H.a Y.rt lltralJ "Takei rank with the F.itttl masterpieces of the tcrte'n." "T "Our advice it, go its 'The Hear! of -iVn. "Of the utrnoit' in- tensity. World "A distinct achieve- ment in motion pic- tare creation." rN.a "II cirtain to touch the heart of human- ity." "Itiintenicttory mill hold you to the end." "Conceived with a thill and irilrlligince that lift if high above ill contemporariet. -JtctJ Yerf: fv-.-ifnj Kail ''Beats any atory on the xrecii." This le the picture for your whole ffamMy-Bring Them ;