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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. Jl'NS 27, 191? THF. DAILY f, ,v REACH PARIS TONIGHT l WE BILL IS Hon. Draw His Salary While in tioveriiiuenl general intnacer ol the United Grain (IrowiTB1 Company of was tlio thief witness Ibis morning be- fore the cosl ot living committee uf Hit He slaloil Hie organized III ivltb aulhorltcil Clpllil ol to AUCUBI. IBIS, were is- luei, of which was lialil up. Ha Bald Ihe directors were all farmers. Each luembiM1 of the capi- tal was allowed to own only uce hun- dred fharej at 123 earh. said Hun. T. A. Crc rar ivas president. ll'.s but he had not Jratvn Iliis JURIS, June ;iu- iioum-eJ lot lie! ally today ih.u iho tloruiRH peace (ik-n1.- paleutiai ies ivouM fcrrlro lu Furls at o'clock toiiljtu. v v People's Forum Seeks lo Prevent Judges i-'rum Acllng in an A Fight SherrJII In Fine Role IS A UNION MINE KJiior I.eibbrtdge Herald: OTTAWA. June- 17.- In [Lt. huuse (Ills niorn'ns Mr Alelghpn iii.riijiureu )a bltl lo amend ibe toJe. In I ihe main Hit sceUs yii inio I would llko you to be kind enough effect Uie recurnn.c-uJ'jiJcms ihe to elate In your paper Ibul the Kej- conuuiUcb uu sediUun. CMl Coals Ltd.. mines arc uinim mines. senate bill in restrain (here is a jroni aciinj; In an fUra jmljrial i-a- Ihii dUlri-l thai they pae'ty arcmaetl SQUIG yis.slug eoirimeui. f Voiirs Iqply. The "bill is un the urdor paper MAT PKTUAS, de tioubC. Inn has uu Fj-uiisur. 312 3rd SU stiLUJi. J-H ,'a Uit? IhlrJ lime dill ?IBJ> J betii Lroiighi down lion- u it bum. a and of o! Ihe i Yoik uf hev fchintag na him iho of stars HI (Up ILIIUOII. Winicr' iimnsinz umpl tn New VerX- flu.Jinx of AEU "Onic lu Every Man" lim btcn vm-hi. Rnd ihe ai-milie liy New Yuri; jnfM yaj-er gorier and b' ni one of cfre mast virlta and iniem.; ibt- brottw u! Bcrcen dramat. tvi-r proilui-c-J. ninl iKjUrat i.iilKway tuurry II'P >iaiT clean and wboltsunie aimobiibeiH will. retnevi- htr Uonor." ami do murli toward ixH'uhmzmg ilus- Ft-ms lu Aft [Tuvi-K-J n-u-i two yours iirluiLs. 'On. lortuiu- of ivri-my millions. S. The Frolmitn AuiUBemeiii 1'utni.aoy secoiul iQ-irrlase t Bpare.1 no ejiienee in -tie cf the [jriKlm-l-'un and In order to Bf- curfl the proper loc-h.1 n-- tuallv for two weehs fi'lton. -Tbp Kean t-f Humanity" is the lier liL.-jband'slijrst pit-lure 'of Canaila as realtj 1 K While 11 is noi a wai siaiul as an everlasting -JMnutnenl lo Use lieroea o( Iho JV> i nuiHuii, fuiiserniing their laud EjiTiflires so Hint all (ulure pen- i-2i] see rtnrt knmr vhai (.'Jii has duuo (or the freeilooi u( ihe !auelt tht i I I '-THE HEART OF HUMANITY" THE QUIET1' IS SUPERB FILM FOR JOHN BARRYWORt itwJds will iha i ere en of I.airjr Brens' UuodeJ saJ i JigliilDr sisry. "Ofliw n I wbirh will.he ubor LI at tlie (healre lor iliree cocuiLienc'iiiE I June 30'llj, TiiiB pruJtiuIIoo vhilly into silent drama .I'waun-" anil "llKarlB of iho WorKl" Uie story of Uie ahnuM (jruial I'ariiinuunt Is "On H i Utej1 lield ucdispDltd swuy us lead nlllHH ihe reslJctii! of a yuiiltl uf AUJEUSIUK Thomai" (wvn 10 n buy esitlj ramous stage rrir-.-y.-v llFiied H had reptiUlhn [or ilriiikinK.: oral years Ihe starring new for Juhu uiLHe. nh'cb signaling ri'- I line BdvtuL (jT live mo'.ii'ii iii-- r aa ihe utfjl ioiporiJiii] factor in cntprlaiuuienl i June MR. OERniCOTT EXPLAINS HIS father." eommtniecl Mr. Ltmlvux. POSITION is uu jlliglliioie EOH." Kditor Heralil: J Mr. Mclglivii ibat 'A you pcrmil'njc to onllghUn the the hill ciiiuc- btfort the houso public ol Letlibridge In regard lo tvlm i would liavt mate apjjeareil in your yreaa of Jniu- lili. j some of i erti of ihe bcil llie uioilou pli-tute :m ruiild produce, hut vriilt iho pro-1 _____ _ .Auction of 'Tlie Jlearr of I The la fijdji of. iht fy.- ColJit-r. Tiie producuon these famous jjlav's will j forueil 10 a secondary itiou as the new TC.I.UI-C lias lie en pro K-p-d by osperis as being the ercat- anil moht tnagnLfifenl ever he-riled PiiJ all bu; fully :L i vicilm lo ib-1 p.incj'-.u i a brine of r. 1 lunibcrjli-k iiruvuc.ili-m. iniinerciftilly lieals Iho buy. Kvc-u ih-: .heart faidi in hmi ii.' ijl- ilierr .ml strus; v, ill bf aeL-n Iji an dxceUenL one. auJ at SiarlanLl The tiory deals wlili ihe complj- j ml ions arise- when ItoLen eii'trlleil troni Yale. turns 10 that stat of k-arnlog lo m.ikt- nWnds while sulnir. In a probationary son of vyay. Tor ihe, 11 was not entirely ta'r lha1. lie s lion Id, draw his satury as [jrcsl- pf the comyany while- he waa ir.tlnf. aa minister. Mr. rrinfilt; admfraitoi. Tor .Vr. Crerar's atlllurle. Mr. Join's staled thai Ihe company lit 191. hut] a Jumovcr ol 52.ICl.72C on con I, flour und ajrples, M'hlcli nude? gross profit" o( J170JOS, or T.OTi por tent. On other Biipplltsj the turnover was f ;md the itrnfil was J 1.51 per cent.. On tn.ichlnery the turnover wits nn'l Hie gross prof1! 21.0S jior and on ihc lurpnvtr was Jly. Iht gross i-rotit WHS 11.45 cent. lo If. II. SI evens, Ihu ivllness said that Ihey diil practi- cally a cash bulluess. They had ?r.i (o do alinasl" nnythlns cjL-DjitJng rnilroAdlng and The hirhrr axlirlcs paid eral Manager Ilice-Joiics. G. Ti, Murray, fl R. McCrorie, ISiOu. and the.secretary 55000. unllc. entering :i sLroni; prolcpt against ihe action of Hie Do- inltiion govcninient fu arrpsllni; men widiont mjy loumlatioii whatever, but 1 .im inrlin'cil to think IhaCsteps nri. heir; taken n little luo hasty, und hefore 1, as secretary. oiiJorse thai nc-licm I am going to ?U down on Afi- ut.Vs old saying of ami sec.'1 I iniRliI also say that no member ol our 6ivi? Union has given me the least, lil en ol bow ing nny signs oT for inucli ns I Itavei liaf} lo do willi them. I have always ian found them lo lo good patriotic Brit-1 Mf ish subjects. This Ictler fi not .ivrltteii by n.c .13 niieri nj, jiLrt i There is not n word uf IruSli j or "ins _____ i1" A u-iiirfli.ojj I Mr: Miirnhy broushl up -i l.rcss re-1 a s..reejl many aJmjr port that ibe M-irciuis ol- frj! 10 his had secured inlerpsis ihe Jllvcr dislrici. lie If the TO- port were irur. 1 haps inofe Mr. Meight.u rtylied (tia'_ po IiaJ oblaJ-ifJ Any oil Liueresi.; in ihi.' 1'enco Itlver wccpl in accorclaiR-c! I is co. star. Mahlc is pfr- is more popularly Known In N'flv scc-rpi.nry ol the union, but from n per- foiuil point ot view. Vonra tnilr. II. DKliniCOTT. Es-SccrcT-iry. SILVER LOCKS Taber, Alia.. June at leasi in con- iLxiigluerj llut be.wrecu orders- in-couiiVil had [usstd Ijy ihe pov- ernmcin, ami were [ nr.acr the War Measures ArL Tlife houau went into coinmliieo on Ihe bill lor promotion of lecbuicfll education. Only iwo sections remain- ed lo te conShlorcii. To (he nrat, Mr. CaMer nn aiuenflnicftl pro. '1 I with regulation.11. Ho never heard A 11 of (lie .Marquis of 'Qiitciifbury----- I I Mr. Bureau: "Ot Ihe XA. LI 1 Again! a KtULnr Herald: j 1 was much surprised lo see in the of each iirorincu lor lech i "AOlcr-i-ka t.s ibn only tor gas on ihs stncnacli. 1 never had so mudi relict ivUh any mr-iKcine. I: nol lake- .or [he reliel! one ct me. Dosing mat ihe BUIU ol ttO.OOO sliouW ECt rcLOinwornHnjE ;t. be pahl every year lo Ihe eovenimcDL j .11. 1, Hicfe Ashley. )fc. cxiiels-ALL gas and poiir-i ness, stoppias slomnc-b ilislress IX- IT man iroin On Relurn From OftaWu Makes I reference .Id. wolves 'In Nalufa! therp( np il should jmlgo a tcarluL combination, ecu-sue.''' latently Hie corrcspouricpt Is a Tbe anienOmenL clcriral gentleman when readins oilier was 'struck trom iho Irfchs letter In. .the Taber wliicli was thereupon reported 'I'iraea.lbok it tn'heart andVniipltcd It Elve" a lhird ronrtlnff, iujiJmsclf; whereas Silver Ivpcks had QcnMc- inan froiri rears. It 'is a cascara, of anil uhiu Resources EDMONTO'N, June on his tcturn from Oltjwa, Premier Stew- nrt -announces that Sir Robert] Burden Ms 'promised hint that the queal (on of (he natural re- Rourcet of the wettern should hive hit attention during the coming summer. '-Trfbugh a mass of Imp 01 tint business was piled up of him, the. prime mlftlitef Qave hli uaurance that no unntceetary delay would occur In denlino with the ditposltlon of and he hoped that a final letMeiTTent ol the questiorj would ipon be found feasible. The government at Ottawa Is likely to carry an Its Irrigation work In'the iouthern pnrt of Alberta, iayi Premier Stewart, _ _. rip hearal LclnR intended for "such meii ns -the" Rev- erend 'crtitdr' ot Labor nnrt oilier, crea- tures cT hia Ilk.' 1 must .saf'.tl.a L.I T r.'as astoundeil fflicn I read tHeralds rprrespou- shir bl Silver 1 was rjoL awva lhat" there were any Rev- orcnd GwiCcn-cii in Taber .who ;wouJd cbss'tbemselves willi the wolves In sheep's clothinp. f Jlowtrcr, it while reading the Id- ler Itie Reverend gentleman discover- rAFUlO. June larger cities apyarc nj-alTiEl tho Hftven laws submlllcd to Iho, voters lor a enduni inlerest renlred (oiliiy lu Iho returns'from tho rural districts. The laws pissed by Ihe Xon-I'artiBnn League In Ihe leglslaturo Whiter find referred lo (ho electors yesterday coiiEllluted Uio alalc Inrtua- 'trlal7 program .of (lie Ncn-rartlsan finrly loiiay tho vole from no scat- tered prec'ncta. larxely towns' ami rlllefc, shou-ed U.lfa rotes agnlnsL the lirlnllng bill, U'hlcli wflft the flrsl uiea- HU're-on Urn ballot, anrt 66S3 votes for (lie bill.1 The rolc-s on Iho o'hor sufcs, coincided thnl on (he prlntlnp bill. iVon-rcrttean'LeajHia leaders cjalm- erf ,today a, fiiovo "tavornble vote for their program would bo shorcn (ho returns from tho rural districts J It corercrt bis KISC and putting i iho on fonnd that it waa ft 'snug fit, he is enllrcly welcomo to ivaar II. Silver LocltJi way have bill be nuver lias- dreams, and nllTiougli he (Iwmdlerf away yto about two hundred and fifteen pounds (21 still be i.i no fairy aavytt 1 am sorry that the correspondenl nienlioned the fairy in his shit, .is it docs not apply to.Silver in tbc least, but was wrlilcii hi 191G nnrl hnil reference (o one of the finest young ladles that baa ever trod the sLrecld ot Taber, indcel Silver LOCKS not have been bad Hie Ilfuc Hells of Scotland sprung up where I she trod, I still lake off my liat to her, I llul- ot COUTBO allownncc must -be 'rnaiie for any clerical gentleman who ffcU mixed up wlth.bftars and vowed filrles nnd eipectally limburger cheese, (asfe lo iay the least (s slrango and nol'at nil roflncrJ. I woulfl refer htm to litlle I prayer: the " no JII dreams disturb my rest. No power of me T.OCK3." Druiii Grahb. Alia. lion. J. D. HcUl rnovi-d llial llie onE insist on.the by the senate of t'lsusc ,125 ot llie Itaihvay bill as amended. desired, he said, as llin free confer- carrinl nnJ llie [oihy simple drugs." J. Kinlnliolh- ott'lj-iin' ft. Co., t. Lctli- jUridgo. TONIGHT AND TOMOnROW The InimilabCe Comedian John Barrymore In a Slde-Spfltling Drama "On the Quiet" "IMPROPAGANDA" An tixiremcly i-lcvcr Two-Reel J. Montgomery Flngg Comodr, A Imrlraijue on the German I'rince that is exlrpmftjy inic lo llie. if thai is STARLAND ORCHESTRA J1'5 Always Cooljn STARLAND COLONIAL TODAY It's a Corking Good Show v Mae Murray In the Big 6-Reel Special Danger Go Slow' Here's a jiioture you'll enjoy. IL'S ooc of those "peppy1- stories full of surprises from word Alia yont-Moran Conlcdy "UP THE FLUE" COLONIAL ORCHESTRA EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow A Mighty Good Show at You never get hirpoontd at thd fiouis. Gat thlt: We come- khow you an old Chaplin but you a I way i pay rcQulBr prlcti. Beautiful Mary Maclaren In Adz Pack'i Production 'Vanity Pool S Great Atti Btil McLaren to far Shown COMEDY SCREAM "Shadows of Her Part" A Sunshine in 2 RotrlriQ AcLr Mult-and Jeff and Liteit Ches- ter Outing, "Qulded and i MONDAY Once to Every Man By Larry Evans A jitdure made once in ft Lifetime Another First National Attraction CATTLE FROM U. .6, FOR EXHIBITIONS MUST BE SOUND OTTAWA. Juno dominion, department ot RxrlcuUura has foil ml U necessary Co amend tho govehifng Ihti Importation of United fUaldK Tor exhibition purposes, On next il will he for, All Untied .Sidles (mporled cfltllo for Ihl.i' purpose" to ho ncconipnnletl hy'rt (esl charl.flffriied by nn officer Drilled SUlcs bureau of anlmalUy-istating that Iliry liavn Icsled by him vvlihln aliljr (Jays A "60- of ihe dale of entry al rue boundary. >V. A. I'rllcli- Hclfl In Stony Mountain pcnftcu- llnry sin'co he warf arrested out! brought back from a week flgo, Rflcrnoon. (L n'as Jitateil by A. more than l b6 adniiticd lo ball J. Andrews, K.C., local ojcnl for Ihe Jysllco, that B re-v nianil-.will proTjaWy be, asked whtn the a1Jt l-osdcra lie re and tho >flve at Stonj1' Mountain penitentiary are brought. HP heft 'Thursday, At R conference this morning be- tween Mr. AndroTTfi and the counasl for IhcHfltenne.. It U undCrstoofl thfll pica wns' i lift tie that thbsfl once between. two houses on the) bill. G. McQuerric opposed Uie mot- ion. He once-more iiiFfstcil >tttat Uie clause .is amended rendered ;ill asrco- inenls hctwoen railways anJ" muiU- cipalilios regardiiiR rAles, voiil. II the nmenttment nasseri rniln-ay i .ncctdc to ILc ap- plication ot any railway company for increased rn.cs. iiolwiU.s.aiidlng agreement which such comnany mlglil havfi with municipalities, lie again drew the attention lo the Tact Ilial an appeal by a nri 1 ish Coluaibia niuniri- against, n decision of Ihe Itnil- way Board with lo the rales i pending; if nabsccl, Mils njtpeal would fall to Ihe ground. He suggested the clause, be dropped, dl any rate until inlcrested parties had an opporlunity lo theni- aclres on il. The motion of the mhiisler of rail- ways carried. ,Ile then moved Hat the clause 374, llie power clause, be struck oiil. Tho senate rerusctl lo iiccr-pf Hi is clause anil tlicrcfore, in order to KC'. thc hill tluough, he siLgECsicd, its hi> j ing dropped, lie proposed to intro- duce another in the of j nri aniendmenl to'tbe railway cover this clause. Mr. .Mclienzity of Ihe oppo- alllon, sold thai nothing should lie colirilennnccd In I lie liouso by way of IcglBJation which would affect ryn- tracla unless the part'es cottccrnofl were given, full oyporlunily lo plait j their vfcwR. U a bad lialiit jiaas general acls of parliament to'' deal wilh one npeeillc CDSC, 'Sir Iloberl-Hordcn referred (o an ordtr-ln-roi.ncll n-iicb hint liecn pass- ed enabling an" Increase lo be" made .Tflles uolwHbstainling prcvfoua 'Wo have had our lie [ft; "between UnnkriipUy yi-AA (he cessation of oiicYa.'on Jiy rail- ways In Canada owingt lo the enor- n.ous Increase In the cost of opera- Tlie rlausc was (o fnntitc (ho in crease lo conliinip. aTtor Ihe order- In-eo.inrU liatl ceased to operate.- 'Sir llolierL llorilen auggpatcd .in anion.Imei.f. theTlausc rtmaiu in force Tor only three years. The speaker drcw'lhc allenilon-of (lie house lo the, fact clause was not under diariiaslon. The mo- .Uon before the house was Ibal clause should If dropped. II. AT. MownL opposed Iho inollou. Thin litllo bill, ?ftld Mi-. -Mowal, Iiavo about js inucli chnnce :n Ihe a kmcn in a kennel of terriers." THE BIGGEST PICTURE IN TEN If EARS on brll be uncondHI6iul ns the sympfllhcUc'. .strike now called off. According (o Mr. Andrew's slalcmcnt, this iras aofrf for PROHIBITION IN U.S, SPLIT THREE WAYS WASHINGTON, -hinc house loday lo ,lnto Ihrce cnforfCinctil of war- time proMblllon Fcparntc nnd from tlic rclalc lo con- stfliitlonnl nrohfbitti-n And (fie inarm- JTflr-lurc of Jurflclat'y coniTiilllce voted Lhc iiroiilh'.tloti f With the Company's Qwn Special Synjphony Oichestra ;and Effects Special Orciicslral Score II is Impossible to describe the ircmcnuuua this coloisal production txerts on the audience, but the feeling of Intense pride In being a Canadian IE the emstion which masters all others. f FLASH THIS PRODUCTION 18 BOOKED AS AN EXTRA SPECIAL FAIR WEEK ATTRACTION IN THE GRAND THEATRE, CALGARY It will be the lalk of Lethbridgc. after the lirst Performance I The Finest, Biggest, Most Picture of ihe Age. -1 Produced on a Scale that Overwhelms with it's Sheer Magnificence. Five Thoysand People Take Part in its scenes. Cities Were Built and Deitroyed in it's Production. It'j Are Entirely Pic tare is a Triumph. Touching in it's Universal Appeal NOTE Twice Daily Matinee Daily at Once Nighlly at (Screen Time Z' PRICES: MatiniM, All Sliti Mo (Unreierved) Nights: 229' Sgiti il 50c; US Still it 75c A Fev Spselll J1.M Alt Seafs ReKrved and Now On Sale far Evening Perfarmineei ;