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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH THE LETimmDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ZKOUU March (Associated declaration ot Korea's ImJependciU'C pays it the >ok'e ot speaking1 iu liio name of justice and humanity. are no mean tlic Jo- clarallou continues.' "Wo havu 43 centuries of history aS a distinct self- tfOrcrning nation, li is our solemn iluty lo securc'lhe right of free ami jierpodial development of our own ua- tloiiaf character; adapting ourselves io lhi> principles' of reconstruction oC (lie world. "It Is 10 years since1, for the Cirst tiwo in our history, we put on tiie, yoke of another and made iho victim o( tho curse of tUe most ini- Imperialism ot tho world." Tlie dtclaratfon continues ft is liio duty of Koreans to achieve their fridcpeotieticp, to out our Injur- ies, get rid of present sufferlngd and plir uy'the national nncl vitality; iioifi' long Uj'j Iho unjusi regime of Japan, and leave our cUU- silren eternal freedom, Instead of a bit-- tcr and shameful Inheritance. We BlisH ftpht lo the last drop of blood iu (ho great cause ot K is assorts! In the declaration lhal is'no Inlenliou on Iho part'nt tho Koreans to 'avenge themselves against Jaiian; that (heir only desire Us to right Ike.wrong done, not hy the Japanese nation, hul uy the lew of her -statesmen who were led by (he olU aggressive poJlcr, Are Well Organized SHAXGZI.U, March cd Siianglmi Agency publishes today the Korean version of the demonstrations in Korea, The news agency says they were extensive mid well organized. Declarations ot independence were read in the streets of cittcy anil towns. In many cases Korean flags were hoisted and the Japaueso colors were pulled don-n. 7Uare AYAS considerable stone-throw- ing when gendarmes charged with (ixed bayonets. It is saLl lhal a ber 61 man lie slants were wounded. There are charges that the police ill- treated 'JO porous arrested at Syea- cUen. I'yeu Yang, l-'.Ou Christians, aJler a service, organized a procession, wlilvh vas swelled l-y students joluine H. Thirty perse were woumlcd. A statement alttgcs ihat the Itev. Or. Samuel A. Mofiet, president of ifw theological seminary, was summoned to tho police'head'yuaTters to qucs- lioueiL conccrni-py the instigation yt the riot. M -Kunsaa. three Korean pae'.ors were; arrested. Their houses were searched, "and primed matter found in YOltK, .March lawyer, was named lerday hy Supreme Court Justice Ilene- dict, in IlrooWyn, as a committee of one to ascertain whether Nicholas Ho- manoff, former rzar of is derail or alive, ainl if dead, vlio is next of kin. Mr. N'aumberg is eagerly look lor someone who can solve the riddle Tor him, -Tor on its solution rests the nil lection, or tion-collecticn ol a Jit) judgment which Mr. Naumbcrg re- cently c-htainetl against Mr. Romanoff, on betialf of (he Marine Transporta- tion Service Corporation. Facts for the Ford Owner The abuse lo which Iho bearings-of tho Motor are jecled when overhauled by- the average garage is to fin -well known; Hours are spent scraping these liearingn by hand by to get ..good filling tlio! job is completed. As a result many'owners' .'their motor poutidhis again shortly cftcr It been overhauled. In. connection with our Policy ol "Lasting Service" 7frp have inslalkii a HURN1NG and RUN'KIXG-IX Machine which Bearing Trouble "and Expense. After your molcr is run in this ihachine it is practically Ihe same as a, neiv one. Xo ,Mg-labor bill" for scraping hearings ami no knocking afterwards. only shoi> in Lcthbridgc with this up-to-date mactmio and no.shop can give bearing satisfaction without such equipment. in and it work. We Guarantee all bearings .when we overhaul your, motor. FORD GARAGE H. E. C. C. McCreery, 12323rd Ave. South. WILSON IN BREST BREST, March 7bo steamer Ccorgo with lyes- iOfnt .t-uterei .the harbor of Urcst al 7.15 oVleck this evening. v, Mr. you realize that Ifct tiduHllon of yotn1 clilM is even more im- [Kirfiinl (hart tho proper Irfijdtloii o( rotir lurid! Xalnre's sowing (ime (or musical education, infancy. i Have sev and Pianos ITG salisflcd ihe worW'a best mtislcUns irenty years. Otcr 51.000.ncfntitrRav dre.lft Jnihq- at homes In Canada. Ymi arc Inv'ltftd iq. hear, tijcm ,tor Terms arraoncd !f deatrcl Your SHOWROOMS. IN ARMSTRONG 4 RAWORTH'S Flllh Slrwt Pridnn 1W7. J. HARRY ALEXANDER, FASIIWEIS Opposition Voiced in Caucus- The Tariff Question Again Set Over That is Real Reason For Rig Conference in 231 Delegates CALGARY. March a UK bheaf of resuluiions had fcecii read at (lie cpenJiiS session vt the western creiK't? xl '.lie rage I Hall liiis morning, prose-11 led by ilie Alberta anil ili Columbia Federations of l-abpr and wilier organizations, JJelogaie J. W. Wilkinson, Vancouver, askod tho temporary chairman. Have what was tire actual abject of the confer- ence. It socnied to him that it hat} not been called so nmcli to consider resolutions which liad already been presented to the various federniions of labor, lift said, as to formulate gentral policy of action for the labor movement !in (he four west era prov- inces at C'anada. In replying to (his, Mr. Jlces stated tbat-.tHG conference had been called at (lit instigation of a caucus meet- ing of western nieri .itten'litig the trades miioii coiigress''at Quebec. It was agreed by iliaL delegation that something must bo done to change tlio policy of Ihe'-Tra'les Union Con- gress in order to mako it t-ffective. Two hnnclretl anJ thirty-four ac- credited delegates were present when the conference was onler. By' provinces they were: VViberta, S75 British Columbia, SC; -Manitoba, 4S, and Sashatciiewan, It is espt'cte'l that others will be in attendance in (he course of the day. 1H. -T. Tallon. of Ihc Calgary Trades ami Labor Council, in welcoming the delegates on behalf ot 'the ivage- workers of the Calgary district, slat- d that their interests were identical. slated tliat thc'rccent cQnftronco f Columoia Confederation, winch had just been brought to a close and at which he was "privileged lo he got bfrond what had been tJie experiehcd'In the past, merc: ly an annual "pilgrimage'of and. he felt assured that the 'present conference would do- KOiiiclhiug to justify their assemblage. "From Ms-observations iti fhc east, he wanted honestly to point put that many of the workers there hail become alive to ihe present situa- they were it forced on he was that Ihcy w ere ca ref ully watch ins western anil he, the speaker, was sanguine 'that they would fall into a ciiiiiinr line of action uiat the adopt, The ihen sot down to business, aiirt a resolution committee anil a ways find means committee were appointed. OTTAWA, March fujjpurlers were in today for Ihe third times this consider- Ihe general silumion a.-i it affects UtTionlsts and more particularly eglslalion tu bo down in the house shortly. It Is (irobablr that liic unUla will njeeL every Thursday throughout the session iu order to ieei> Dialtera ruuuinp smoothly. The tariff was not taken up, at toil- day's meeting will be an exhaus- tive, topic ol discussJou'at a gathering o be held later. Daylight saving came in for a great deal ot criticism, it is understood, nigro particularly from the 'representatives of the rural constituencies. Members from west ol the Great Lakes were partirularly strong in their poposition to the Iroiluofion 6C a daylight saving bill his year. They met the objection ;hat there will be much inconvenience at the border If tbe United States anil .nathi have different time whli the argument that railway time could be changed. So far pa can lm learned, there was no definite pronouncement by Hie government, on the matter. The eh'it service commission and the civil sen-ice generally were, also topics oE discussion in the caucus, it Is understood. Tficre is considerable objection on the part of members on tho procedure followed by com- mission in connection with (lie making of appointments, There wore expres- sions of opinion "by members as to what steps the government should take in regard to defaulters uniler the Mili- tary Service Act and some discussi on military subjects generally. "NEW.BANK DIRECTOR March Robert Adair has .been appointed a dirccto of the Royal Bank of Canada. Small Pill Small DOM Small Price For Constipation Cartels Little Liver Pills will set you right Purely Vegetable v WANT TO LAUGH? GO SEE "THE VAMP" If you wish to laugh, be entertained royally, anj incLdcnfjUy U-arn souu- ihmtf of trie methods familiarly trlfed ID those members of tUe foju- iamc tex delthcratcly sot out to fascinate the diipyjito set, you not to sco 'The Kultl Hoi1- t's nevr photoplay which will bp shown al KrHay and Sutur- day. It U a Paramount ffaUjri', an-l was by ThoioaR II. ftu-o. Elsie Fcrxuson's IU-WOM Artcrafr ''The Mark." is ;i remarkabio producllon. Tiie were photographed in Honda; pic- lure is basetl upon lac- novel of the same name by Itobm CJjxnbers and the1 ihercin of stellar merii. "The Dan- ger Jiurk'' vvJiicli will be d f splay ed at Starlaud tonight deals with ilie sub- ject of heredity attrnctively, (he result being a picture of pristine merit pitch of paUiotism anJ which ran K full season let crowded vriH bn shoivn at Colonial The-atru on Monday aud Tuesday next. This great play with Lawls H. lit the role an1! Marguerite Claytoti in sup port of the great star is wiu your approval. 'inside llip Lir.es" i? a iv 111 like. Intrigue. espitm- ast-, (rcrmai. Kultur. Teuton JiflO' uiacy and Hun propagandists are ex- postd in Ibis sensatiomi pkiure. .Vi'ver before Jus uu aitomyt .been tiiaile lo disclose ?o (ully iasi'ly work- ings tac Ituperial German Siit-re1. tTvit'c. i -Mr. Stolid was ihe slur Ui :hc l pruduttion of tbis play iht; The ro-.iiili was ;i bii thai made Vork sit and lake notice. AT THB K51PKESS. Dorothy Phillips, the tmolional star, wlio has given to tho screen "Hell Morgan's Girl." "Play "The I'rit-e of "Uondage." "The Risky "Pairt in A'l- vance" and other will seeti at the Empress theatre tonight ami loniorrow. She appears in her newest Special Production, Cencvra." the story of a girl, too cloistered by misguided guardians iu youth. She marries in order- to sec the world, delights in peering into Bohemia's brilliant pool. She quivers on the however, and Es.about to topple into its really turgid, murky it would spoil your onjoy- rfipnt of this masler iihotodranm to tell you'I lie finesse of tlio linfeh. Stowell, wjio been seen .with Mias Phillips in a number ot her most successful proiluclions, is once more her leading man. Norm an Kerry has the role of a leisurely lo'jnge lizard. Makes Statement Prior to Going To Jail to Serve Ten Year Sentence what may he his farewell public ad tires s before he begins 10-year sentence imposed by federal .court on a charge of Espionage Act, Eugene Debs, SocSaiist leader, tonight upheld the1 Bolshevist.rule in Russia end referred (.0 Lenine and TrotsKy as tho etaEesmea of (he said Ihc judges of the United Stales supreinc court were "bewMsk- ered, old who have never decided anything." ReferrmE lo the prison term that be taces, he reiterated his -opposition to the law he violated, ivhile the war "was in pro- gress. or UttAIHUPKIMlED LONDONj March (Canad- ian Associated the Grand Trunk Pacific receiver- ship, >the Financial News that it does not believe that what h.is happened will force '.the ex- propriation of the Grind Trunk on baiiJ on ti which it has Tiered by Ins war or its inability to fulfill its guarantees to the Grand Trunk Pacific or "on the warped account of Us history and condition con- tained in trie majority report of the royal Nothing seems more vital today, the News, than that the con- stituted should be- ware of showing Indifference to the claims of invested capital and organized enterprises. "1NS3DE THE LINES" COMING HERE. Great Spy play will be Shown at the Colonial Theatre on Monday and Tuesday Next "Insife'lhe the great spy play wfiicli stirred New York to a high TONIGHT The Hand of Vengeance 6TH EPISODE OF THIS AM- AZING MYSTERY PLAY ALSO PR1SCILLA DEAN "SHE HIRED A' HUSBAND" GREAT" KEYSTONE COMEDY OTHER FEATURES COMING Douglas Fairbanks IN "HIS PICTURE IN THE PAPERS" will be the appearaaie at llic Majpstiu on nelt Monday evening. March ITih. of Buckners Famous Jubilee Stjigera au organization who ofter au evening of song and story, inlerarersej with clev- er musical numbers. Other attractions ivho are lo appear on the circuit ba the Castle Square The funny two-reel Keystone comedy 'Oriental Lore" will also be shown tonight, in addition to a great Lyons and Moran comedy and the latest Weekly Gazette. Douglas Fairbanks, in his pojitiTC tfShing success. "His Picture in the. Tapers" bo the attraction at the Colonial on Frirfay and Saturday. Watch (or "InsWo the. AT THE MAJESTIC. Season tickets for the coming Spring Chaulanqua festivals which will bo held in tbe Majestic Theatre arc sell- ing rapidly at the lleilley Drug Co. store. The opening attraction ot the season LAST TIMES TONIGHT ELSIE FERGUSON IN Danger Mark" AND "TELL IT TO THE MAR- WES" TWO.REEL COMEDY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Paramount Present ENID BENNETT IN r 'THE VAMP" ft" ALSO "SUMMER GIRLS" Two-rstl Sennett Comedy Tonight and Tomorrow Night THRIFT STAMP'NIGHTS SEASONTICKETS Are now selling rapidly at tie Hedley Drug Co. Store .TOR THE Spring Chautauqua System PRICE J1.50 EACH FOR -THE YOURS'NOW. NEXT OPENING ATTHACTION AY, MARCH 17TH. Buckner's Famous Jubilee Singers OTHER FEATURES OF THE SEASON: April CASTLE SOUARE ENTERTAINERS. May VARSITY SEXTETTE. BUY A SEASON.T1CKST AND SAVE MONEY iTHY (N "TME_TALK OF THE WECML. i ATTRACTION AT THE CMPMttl'TbDAY AND TOMOflNOW.. 's Cecil fanning AMERICA'S GREATEST BARITONE, IN SONG RECITAL KNOX CHURCH MONDAY, 17th March Tickets 75c. obtained from any rnembtr ot Kflox TODAY AND PO ADVANCE IN Visitors to the Irrigation Convention Are cordially invited to tho To view the big spectacular problem ofay which fhai been teeurcd at very sxpenie DOROTHY PHILLIPS "Thcjaflc of the Town" THE THINO FOftllDDtN It I THE THING DEtmEO AMBUSHES A HONOR F1MTI. TtLU. YOUR ALL! ALtO LATEST OF FIC4 AL W AND PLENTY OF COMf OV ;