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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 28. 1919 LKTimiunr.F. HAILY 1'AGK U1VK erst ot July will be duly cele- But No Aclion Will He Taken ItiejUlliw.-'-'J1 Irated by tho Auallc Uluh. and H Planned io put on a nejatta, lo com- mence al p.m. The tvcnta are as follows: Canoe (meu'i slnfle and Mlifd Dauble. War Canoe. Tlltlug. Gunwale JlaM. Tall end Race. Crab Race, and awlm- rolric races for men. ladles bore; alsc. wind end water permuting. Ih- Till All Un- ions Heard Front .j v FLIGHT POSTPONED ST. JOHN'S. Nfld., Juno 2S- rain and [OK today pre- vented a start at thii proposed trunr Alluullc flight ot the Handley rage biplane. iauil slioffi Ibil. ileiplle obstacles, in ji-ludinn Iho barrier ol Ihr- lay Ihc palU ot production iiuil is un unending io nTHtTODWS a bcainldil ad discontented young wit will eventually find a way. It la H sripulnt; slory ol '-we triumphant viand will be shown at Slarland ou Monday and Tuesday. i Mr. I'eple. aullior ot "The Silver Girl." will be rcc.-illcit m llie creator ul "The 1'rince I'hap." llie "Love Iloule......fhe "A I'alr of Slios" and "The Lllllril JttLel." lei turing Duttin anil William Farnu for three Mmrn I noli- 1 t-nmiiniKll QClres'bCS Oil t'll nroCUiUOH iilliJ is uni-numg P i r.iu nuii i m o! cM'eU ill her charac-terimiou of The- Wiili.w 1'avrida. Margaret Maim screen, appi-ars In lha pan ot inu, the fiirl uiiTBlar. TlKMilc. Michael.......Wall Wliilmau flic pu-urc. unlike l.u luraj-vory good and worth au iuru is RWUV. viaiu'y. au iris-u i ubll li'is deep unilcr-cur- WIN'XIPKC. June lead- today are more Ibail cvor dlseitls- fied wllb. Ibe slow, progress III tho re- lustalemcnt of strikers. So far as can lie no definite ecllon has been taken n'lth a vleiv tu calling "protest" alrlkea. allbough tho slrike .aulnfrace. T.nu.n.d i commlllee conMnued lo receive re Inteuding toBpellto i unions which oxecu- lomik. term un.atlsfac ibe bbefhouee as noon as pos Ible., business agent ,nd not later ..m.o Tuesday nelt operalor'r. union, de- All enlries free to member ho'p' They' h.va been ro employ- that ill lit Bvcnu will nura- AT THE COLONIAL The last Lethbri'lisi? showing o: ine i Bpeclal all-act (cal'jrc. "Hanger. (Iti Slow1" will be al the Colonial ThttLlre tonlshl iKnturdaji. Be- wUc.blag Mae Murray Is starred (n Ihis The jjreatesl ilEbting plcuire 'vcr jnclure only marte once hi a lifetime. Il'B Enotnor first Attraction. Il can't help bul please one all UJ Unm-amly." get. civilians, eir. I To icto a description or all Uy .Mini llc.luli.H- and Olga Scholl details of tin- in ['on would be Vuxluclloil by Alltn lloluuar. .1 lullle a.1 lulntinc _____ Illy. "Ths llwirl ot Huinninty" Is an WLal many irllVs consider the au'l so real, il conlalns so many AftOLT -THE HEART I grt-alesi plcluri, of iho war. onillled of human Interest and ABOUT THE HEART love thai it Uirly be-Bears de- _____ I shown al llii- Colon'al Thfalre noil arrlplluu. THE CAST anii llie manner In whli-h All Iho linltv'-dual perloruiantts arc, W, WKX- W. Paul Patricia.......lichen Anderson Julej Patricia---- Maurice Patricia Ned and Lyons und Moran furnish lots ot laughs In Iholr latest coined! bit. "I'r. Ihe Flue." "Tbo Heart of lluuianhy" cornea i to the Colonel Moudaj LJoyJ Hughes Frank liraidwood U-ndi'd run here. Alien llolubar ivroto and produced tills masterpiece, nhlle Dorothy Pliilliiu. uf th In "Thi-'llearl of Humanity- lie had proven himself a director of the order. i eatrUl. Tie club eiBl ion. l acllve on. In flue condition tor II ol scjumllci, and dur.ms All VI hol is no cooler plice In dlilrtet thaa "in or under" the wattri ol Iht and no more re- trtihinj ipoi lor an afleraoon's aup- on.tie landing ol the boat houae. Club Picnic. a plcnk- on Tues- day .venlni. alter the reialta. Tea, milk suppllel. Members -will nrlns tb.lr own eats and irocV- ed, she aays. wilhout regard their colorlty in the servlce- "Only V> per cent of Ihe xirls are back at work." Heaklr, asserted. Other onion offlceri refuse to cuas retaslaUmeoL Breryltilng Is so umettled, they that a comprehen- llve review of the la ImpoM- (blc. It Is unlikely that any official action will be taken, or list the strike committee will mike any move until H are.heard Irom- Ball a night jpent In the provincial Jail. Frederick Diion member ol Ihe Manitoba leg- 'lilalore lor Center Winnipeg, nr- raigned in llie city police court today before Magistrate Sir Hugh John Mc- Donald, charged with sedulous libel. He was remanded utilll July 4. on the rwjuesl. ol Ills legal counsel. T. J. Murray. Dlion was released oh bail lot ?SOOu The charges against Mr. Dlion hiaed on wrllteu matter selied by the irallce In the raid made rerenlly on ihu ofnccs of the Western Labor Kefs, police assert. GREAT COMEDY 3TARLAND Wlthoul doubt. "On Tho Uutet." tea- turinK the groat screen conicdiiu. John Is unu ot ihe very best over oxhlbited In Ihe clly. There 13 not a dull moment from Iho lirnu Ihe picture, commences j until llie finish of the five LIB reels. II li simply one round of laughter an'l extremely amusing Bilualluns. which kept Ihc audience holding llielr sides last nlBht. John Harrytuorc Is too well known as a screen comedian to need ony Introduction here; sunice II i to say lhat he lias never oicelled Ihis I producllon in any of his previous suc- cesses, which is saying much. "The Sliver Pnllie Rilra Ke- lecled Star Photoplay with- Keenaii. lellB an imuvill love story, touchetl wllh strong emotion and sub- lime self-sacrifice. It Is au ajapu- linn of Ibe .Broadway slage. success of Ihe same name by Edward Peple, one of America's forem05t play- vrlfilils. Il Is a big. engrossing llicmc for thu is even' more for (he 11 deals: from the very beginnlng, with a v.-oman'a problem, ETIIIXE LEA-CSRS Geo T WINXIPEBi June flve prls- rraers held In Stony Mountain tiary on seoltlon charges have threat- ened u hunger itrike. according lo re- ports today. The reaton given la lha Rileged favorltlim shown the 311 oth- 4ri, held on the same charge, wbn wr-re admitted.lo ball. The .prisoners have no grievance, with the penitentiary olUclala.' Their treatment Uiere has heen all thai il Tbelr dissatis- faction ia in lact Ihst bill hai ueen denied' them trom the very "rat, with no Immediate alfns ol It being grant- ed. was lo gone In- to efttct Fillajr. Mkrcuft. Hymai. their counsel, it ia the prlsonera f.-om iturllns -l "h'niier slriWe." arid It nay havt been due to his efforts not put Into force. Patrick J. Cdidy Joieph Fergu- scalded to by an ei- liloiion on lha wbalebaci-.ta Aiiiokan, at Kingston. Over ConsoHdiled Railwny Act Will Drop Certain Clauses I OTTAWA. June was a ol more discussion in Ihc house ot commorn today of the consolidated railway act In regard to which them has been a deadlock com- neni and tie for A conference Ihi! S'aTlng fail- ed to arrive al any of comprom Shrapnel A Saturday Column of Inter- est (o The Great Wiir Veterans ii8, t decided to lecnre An eier-ulive meeting was held In Ihe Club'Boons on Monday night lasl. Every member was present and Ihe of the evening was taken up and dealt wllh in-a Ihoroueli manner. We bad Ihlrleen more arrivahjfrom on WedneadBy and wo would he gUd lo ice all new arrivals at tlie club room! al any lime.'- PrM. Longworlh left on Wednesday Afternoon for the. Dominion convention lo be held In Turjconver, beginning on June'SOlh, 1919.. We hopo that he will have a pleasant and we know (hat he Is'nolng there lo further Iho Interetla of ell Veleriint, with all the vlfor that he can put Inlo It. Good liic'k-to him. The Slit Btttery arrived'In the cily on afternoon and according (o crowd (hat vrai at the depot. aHhVuin'the're'ception wai not'offlclal, It was sincere, WeVlah to thank Iho Tor turning out In juch good numbers. The local'VeU intend pulling on a fancy parade In the cily on Iho uf, Iho Hoyal Prpclamellou of l'eacer when the public will gel a cliance of having'a real live enjoyable, day. TA'e llion-.lh'al we will hfivo the backing of the public in ttila affair. Miirle'Welcimp'rin "the Red Cloue at the Colonial Udiy. the pueege of act itssion -by dropping tee power aad telephoni cUuiea lo Trhkh.exception was laken hy the mate, ind IntioduciiJg other b'.ll -n-blch wa-i deecrlted by Ihe premier es Vprotecllve loglala dealing with (hese rnallere In such a manner ao as lo .glje protec- tion to municipalities. The clause re- lating to rale atreomenls wblch was acceptable lo the was modi- fled In auch a manner that -it will bo effective for thrcn yesri only after the Into force. The governmenl mollcns to drop the power and the telephone dames wcro carried by lerfe meJorlUes, the power 'clause by 101 to It, majorlly rf 77. and the telephone clauso by 7p lo 24, a .majority of 1G. -At the evetlns aeaaloa there was ajdlflCUBsItm In coramlliee of lion. N. Xf, Rowell's which Captain Peter McGlbhon urged Ihs government (o raeko eone provisions for Ihe Inaurance of disabled men. "Col. Peck objected lo the clause providing that aoldlen guilty of In- temperance or Improper conduct, and tuitalnlng Injuries ei a result of il, ehould their pemslom. This might work B hardship ifi i lot ot them, who, though good were gullly ot eome temporary lapee. Col. Peck said that ell eljerleaee wa( that a mm who occeelo'nellr been Intern ptrale at'the front wae among tho ieil soldier! And tbe damn as It wae dratled ifould rvorlj hardship on eome of Ike betl men. Mr. Rowell agreed to etrllie out the word from the'clause and the amendment wai adopted. The clause providing for the 3113 penelon ot In Ibo ceso ol men confined lo for irealer period than t'.i nionlhn rail wllh some opposllion. D. D. McKenilc. leader ot tho op position, ariiteil .that Iho. penilon was a thing the inan had earned lie pmyinerit not depend on whether the pinsloaer wenl lo Sundey school, iept lober, or any thing of ItlnJ. Mr. Howell told Mr. McKcnile tha Ihe payment TM auspended land that the mone.r Ttn paid the pen r loner wlien he got out of Th penilon boerii mlfht pay Ibo mm rlue him to his during hi confinement. PrAireis was veporle on Ibe bllj and (he hbuan Bnlourned, UNEAHTH PLOT8 qUBni5C, June Chlel ot Pollc Trudel, ol Quchoc. relumed from ivhero he had been ol i ed vdlh Iho chiefs of no'Ico of lire :clllps In Canatln, lo attend a confe ence, Ihe oHJocl of which was the o Ennlzalloh of special.service for lh unearthing of Bolshevik plols I Carndi. The program tel forlli to Iho chlffa at thli meollng conslslctl 'Of ci umlnetlori'Of foreigners or Canadians psrlklpatlng In leilltfoiif propjganrln. LAST TIMES TONIBHT JOHN BARRYMORE IN "ON THE It'i a It Two Reel Satirical Comedy MONDAY AND TUESDAY FRANK KEENAN In Naw.at Path. Play "THE SILVER GIRL" A Gripping Drama of the Weat In i. Big Aeta "Lonesome Luke .Mechanic" A Blde-Splittlng Two Com- erJy and ether Goad Featurea WATCH FOR MARGUERITE CLARK IN 'LITTLE MISS HOOVER' EMPRESS LAST TIMES Beautiful Mary Maclaren In Adi May production 'Vanity Pool' S Oreal Ths Mary McLaren to far Shown COMEDY SCREAM' "Shadow] ol Her Pait" In Tws Roirlna t Jeff and LATEST CHESTER OUTING "Guldtd and MUgulded" The Latett Ford Monthly SPECIAL NOTICE: You don't gel harpooned a this house. We ehow wlint w nQTorllso and iVe don't silver tlso anythlnr we haTcn't got. CCrvV.NC MONDAY Oiice to Every Man By Llrry EvanG .A picture matte-once In Mfcllmo Another Flrit National Atlraclloii FOUR DAYS -STARTING JUNE 3Oth FIRST LETHBRIDGE SHOWING OF THE FIRST CANADIAN PICTURE THAT DEPICTS THE IDEALS OF THE MEN WHO WORE THE MAPLE LEAF THE MOST EMPHATIC SUCCESS IN THE HISTORY OF THE SCREEN A Special Road Show Attraction DEDICATED TO THE MOTHERS OF CANADA CANADA'S OWN NATIONAL FILM Accompanied by Own Symphony Orchestra WITH ORIGINAL ORCHESTRAL SCORE AND EFFECTS THJS HUGE PRODUCTION ASTOUNDS THE MIND WTTH THE REALISM OF IT'S DRAMA- TIC SCOPE, IT'S VERITABLE REVELATION OF UNENDING WONDERS, SEE Tlio Finest, DigEeat. moat licarl-Searchlng Drama ot Illslory lu.lhis Colossal r A Dmma of Ihe I-ovo that I'assolh All Un- of t.ove ot Child, of Canada, of our Beloved, .A nilghly prcscnlalloii of thd Spirit of Ihe Canadians, 1n a Tremendous Romance that'will Thrill youf Heart ar.il Soul. TWICE MATINEES AT NIGHTS AT 8.30 PRICES: MATINEESr-ALL SEATS NIGHTS SOc, SOi (All Rcterved) CHILDREN 25c PERFORMANCE ;