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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 11.1910 THE .LETHBR1DOK HERALD ii OTTAWA, Mulcti tliarlet when tbe house thtsj referred lie (oreninimt to .a dUpalch in tho Montreal Gazette retnecttiie Ihe riots in Kiumel cgaip. near North Wales. wlii that respoujiMI lor the unfair of the tCfair mint nat primarily un administration. Sir.TBOnM. White roelixl that a of now aaeertata- iio -was held hi 1915. In tte war conference s coeveasd l.ini saVing 1-c rcpreseiilcd llic tierta govern men I- The 'same section empOKers hoard lo device a for the Uic-Dioc ot dabenliire terai, Another section the financial Mr, Craig testified tliat Jie kaow Scott, tliat Scott was with Uie depu- I tation of Mennonites when they called April, 'lt department of agriculluro. liiNKUiuoniow, rout to Invesli UOD aueitlons in cities tiei, of wlielher Uie ques- Itou has been adjudicated in to Inrnllvaic the basis aeaessment aud (fixation, fair value of tlie trmct, regard.to the value of kndB in the neighborhood, tbe.ex- jj ihc teller of winch IlcraUl i (.Special to ThP KIXMOXTOX, A. j UclanBer, former jirivate secretary tovas Tilr. Mr. Kwing (lien pointed out that tho committee for all letters menace of large standing armies! and their provocation_to warfare.- The council adopted tlie naval terms of the treaty, axcept for n few reserved provisions, which will he discussed tomorrow. Treaty Rtady March-20, The pros res that has been made on Ihe bail's of 0 hours. "SHE HIRED A HUSBAND" AT COLONIAL THEATRE For the last times tonight a: tlie Colonial Theatre ill ue offered tins great dramatic feature "The Oldest wlih die n-ork of the ueace is a nonueriuii> uramiiuu ai treaty ensures the complition of the] f' "ftordsan evemng o bv V-arch 20. The, first rough to llie Colonial i-Turon. draft will In when Prc-si- ,SUrS: the Colonial will the- Thursday Ihe 13th ana" llie'revTaion conety aruttiMc feast, T, I'lireil a Husband." Pnscill.- DQIAIEWIliGO In conncclion 'with MennonitCB in in- dulries nnil wanted to. know, why tho teller vjiich Scott said hn had writ- ten on the subject llad not been pro- 'rtticei. Jlr. Craig said'he had not bseivasked Tor llie lelier. Hbn. A. Alison arrives in trance on McKs'v nJinislBr 'of -municipalities, tte. brimam s.ar I. in w, special. The lovo ot a young" society.girl for a "cave man" forms me ulay. The Col- onial cianascment parlicularlj- boosting "She Hired a Husband" for it is rt real treat. Wwlnnsflay nisht will be Country SttircNIglil. "The Hand of Vengeance" omes (o Coltmia! on Thursday, and Douglas FairbaoKS in "His riclurc in IIio Tapers" on Friday. out a was aey w been asked' louring in the correspon- Is present purpose ot the peace tlcnce Mv Craig promised to make a conference to the Germans to Vcr- scarcli the (libs and bring In Scott's! sailles soon after March probably letter if 'it could be .found and any, from March 22 to JIarcli 20. The other correspondence in connection jwith the Mennonilc Invasion. Mr. Craig's testimony iiefore the committee JI'IFO brouglit oiit some in- teresting facts regarding a person, A. (V. Jlaley, whose, name was brought into the public accounts committee by K. B. Taylor, a gary, .last week. witness Taylor frqn Cal- nia'de the OTTA1VA, March There is no on the part of eitb- lOTerniiient or the to brine ine debate on the addren to >u wrly conclusion. It is not likely tbs will cenr-luiinl before tho nd of week abd probably ?lutemenl lliat Maley "an official ot tlie goveruraenl iiad asked Taylor to divide commissions with him in tne proposed buying ot cattle under the Albtrta Co-.v Bill." Craig said he knew Maky, ttial had never been an employe ot tho lint he vraa Known to him as a caltlo buyer who had come 1 lo Kdmonton with powers oT attorney from various groups of as- sociations termed under the cow bill lo buy Maley had bought cou- stdcrable cattle and had them passed upon by an inspector of jnenl. Live stock There bive been ao on the part of Ihe r.hlet to fix on a the discussion will lernttaaie, no matter'now Ihe ailtht be called upon lo sit, as uinallr done. There at least 1( affpoaltian ipenhcrfl who want to their on Htniurd, wklle ft will not if almoel IK many fdrerntMtit nftmbers Hon. Mr. HoFftl. prHldffit of the prity fnnr.cll.'vilio ntnti He adjourn, wefat laci nlttt, will be Uie (irat speaker today unit opposition speak- ers irill Include Mr. Knler, of North Walerloo. Tke Becond fuU caucus of the'op- H ''o'clock this Tour chlM Is IjlliAtis, moralag wllh Ike hint o( and kick. Itf is to Children Love t othMtic is hirmlaai .tolenderttomich, Ihtr indi U and Oil (mytltry. Opposition mtmberV admit pel atjd, there beta division mrafcjilen, right :up. (of opinion ntlTlMhiilty of rhildron love this harmless candy and 'ihij mailer cathartic, and It the. given furftet liter ami Ihlrty (tfC nf liowsls iritlt- today's gathering, vnt Rrlplnj. Cisorcts contain no cal- omel he depended npon lu TVi Utxral. ualll adtf 1 o'ckKh. al In then it more tho htlo ami rigat was; .kad oat Ike hdweta. fawllj1 calhir Mrned a nuniW nf to He II ntTiir cramps n- and Jeni vjilli TadwuSint- -Advert. .tors In document then will be delivered 10 the German delegates ,and tn case they are not prepared to sign it at once they will be given Ihe opportunity to return to Germany to consider it, and return for the.formal signing'at Ver- sailles. This plan oliviates the necessity ot holdmg sessions for debate at Ver- saillos and restricts the functions 1o bo conducted witb. the Germans to the delivery of the documents and the re- turn for its signature or other action as liiey desire to take. Btrnitorff Won't It is known COLONIAL TONIGHT Your Last Chance to See JUNE ELV1DGE IN "THE OLDEST UW" A powerful morality play, OTHER.OREAT ATTRACTIONS EXTRA SPECIAL THURS L The Dazzling Star PRISCILLA DEAN Real Di-am of the Seaaoi. SHE HIRES A HUSBAND Don't Miss Tiiis SpeciaL It's Simply Great. COLONIAL Ancient Order of Are Jfoliliui a DANCE Sixth of a Series la the K. of P. Hall Dancing frotu ?.00 till 2.00 Music by Miss Arnold's Ori-testra. For Invitations Phone 17J2 tAST TIMES GEORGE LARK1N AND BETTY COMPSON IN "THF. BORDER RAIDERS" A ThrJMino Phctodrama r.nd the Sntereit fti st-rt ID Alto "WOLVES of KULTUR AND "IT'S A WILD LIFE" THRIFT STAMP NIGHT WATCH. YOUR NUMBER MAJESTIC LAST TIME TONIOHT Oliver 'Marasco Preiwrta CHARLOTTE "SO LONt LETTY" Th: and Beit Show ot the Ssa-on. Price. tl.M, ftJMt Tic, He AT STAKLAm In the. T.ic' usual "vamn' iAVcsiern drama is jfjueen of the dance liall who does not that Connt (ig-jro to any great extent oatsHo ot von Bernstorft will not, be one tbe i( fea.1- Gernian delegates at Versailles. Tho presence of Mr. Lloyd George in Paris is permitting daily confer- ttrilig piolty Hetty Coiiipscn with George LafKin, tho advontarws' gets right into tho swift, throbblim pulse jDcJll. hktJtft i Stevens of'llic prov.nco had called Mr. Craig's attention to the fact thai Maley ivtis Tasclling these, cattle, vr-iich lie liadibbught, to farmers gel- ting loans under the coV bill at con- sHerable advances over tlie price he ences of tlie premiers of the the story and brings about in as a sort of steering committee to Ulr-1 usually ectjlio course of the main work of i as nose the tlr- conference. Ths Ihis.morii-jreal, boss of her father's ranch and imnmsicmer was attendcrt'by TVeraiers Clemen- tho iajlrcptcl cowboy outfit, has a big I >t. House, representing Col. K._ President" Wilson. Premier Orlando, ot will ioJit other premiers tomorrow anil when Preafdenl Wilson arrives ft expected that tuese of heads had paid for ihcni and JTr. Craig in- Sovcrnment heads will fcdiialiy structeil Mr. Stcvcr.3 to recognize of ,tilci more powers of. attorney held .wWch experience, has Tilaley. lie cited one instance .where Maley bought nn animal in E'l- monfon for JSf or and asked the sanie day to hare it passed by In- spector of (lie department for salo to a grouj, of under the cow bill nt II was liecauso ho thought Oral Maley wfla asking (oo'mneh of an fldvance that Mr. Craig ordered these transactions stopped. liouso by ths government, as weli as by the opposition. Thero .was no an- nouncement an. to'lhc deci'iot IB re- gard to the moving of the caucns the nsntl prac- tice nf coucenlins Its nntll the amendments aru actually .present. od In the house. In tbe corrMorB of the parliament opinion is ditMeri to the likelihood of Binendments be- Ing moved. It was stated that there was consid- erable criticism In the flf Grand Trvmk d shown to give too ranch time to such conference. The conferences of the premiers, on the other hand, arc providing nn ef- fective executive organl2allc.ii for the rapid discharge of'business. This nipWIty insures the drafting of the peace within Ihe limit flxeil, a week from next Thursday. Crtwford and Edward Sey- bold, two of Ottawa's prominent bus- iness men, Are dead. Diseased Skin Freedom at once from the. agony of tkht The toothing wash of o'lla. Try O. Higtnedtniiiim'C'o., dr TOMORROW AND THURSDAY ELSIE FERGUSOK IN "THE DANGER MARK" AND "TELL THAT TO THE MARINES" The fint of Flaif ComMlea. OFFICIAL GAZETTE THRIFT NIOMT EMPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW No Mvance in (or Thh .a aEYE FOR EYE" AIM a Ctmttf, -Hb DOM bio Life. ;