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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 5, 1320 THK LOTrnWifKHJ DAILY PAGE NINB RIGHTLY 'DfSM'lBSED' IN_SA8KATOON of Confer- Wce on World TEcoHomie Conditions Plawd in Mar s Sask., 'May The Judgment thD'Univers; ity of Saskatchewan cise, is- tbft ac- 'tloi of 'the btfarif' or ments of the '.university In dta: missing I'rofes-sors-'MclLanrin, and S, t J Greenway and eieronales Pre- W O Murray .r George Foster'tabled to w tpda> declaration Pbttejr 14 Death NDW YORK. Tazio. 30 old, detained by the denarlmeot of Justice as an important witness a 'number of radicals ihrevi mselt from a window ou the four noor of Pa'V RoVi where the department bead are located It is Relieved !tat he IB preference to EOlng into court today and testifying ,8t other bomb plotters at, in and Berl He" ted who a tat ias ally neariBOroe unprodnjJlHJf It toe tagree tQuRdJouni ai So Burns Detective CUims, Con vy. C. L( OPENER JWINNIFEO. over 6000 frigid baseball tans applauding, tho Winnipeg .Maroons .opened Ihe .West- erji -Cana.dk leigue' season here this afternoon with a clean cut, but hard fought victory over the Saskatoon Quakers, 5 to 3.' v'.ri eighth inning bat- ling rally did the trick. The wr was bright; but cold. Score: Saskatoon Winnipeg' 7 3 j StolU and Bachan', Selffert and Madura. MAYOR GREY HAS OPINIONS ON TO REDUCE H. C. OF L Agency .Thtre EDMONTON May Los An- Blue with a 11 at of 30 almost -many J, tdentfied aa ofttoer ot Spakans branch >f the BUIPS Detectife Agency now bo conducted Letter, He that gained by of mem tb'1, ur a mffiSer 8fe otlief-nlglii that US house D9 kept sWns unm ivto In. the morning 3'r George Fo'ter sari hu Se'nca was agalnet making fixed ar raniemsnU .forjhe, closing the sit tings of thq house I Bring Down Parliament George could never observe eisctls the same fines as ail up busings As Jho Ihieats Sir said a nitdcf arrest said Sir He may maic some strenuous when basin ijas which ho is evidently anitous to get through. but he does not make incSLZiastferHingGhe If on, for a minister !o Imvo his work held up vias h erer anxious' to' get thrqugh busin on hmd and lie nould exer reason Sir George Poster stfp budge Tsould'ba brought Fi. CASAPIAN VETERAN SUICIDES IN SPOKANE i) with tie Strike called foil declared in federal court thU PfUCMIR Seventy-one Farmers Applied foi'-Men Were Supplied OBJ. hundred, and vacau listed: on the books of thi liethftridge branch ibor bureau Sur-erfnlendenl Long announced ILiE morning Dur I one time. Voder the name of James this conducted a co ecdun aud profedlhc agency In the. McLeod block and Report is Now in bor suits Expected; >Tegler His w'ftfUiea in charge of WB affairs and was fiowtt as Katfe Vi atson She -is thought to still Jo Ing The second" ife was Agues Wilson be under, the nanre of Harvey. This ma-riafOftsk m s' ustines church, Vancouver and kilted the home JJoflaln and her 12-year old daughter Mr Cousins sifld kte had repeatcdlj' ask ed lier to h m bnt she hadlri Ing Uio past week eighty-eight nent pLfsltiOllb luicu wT bur an. applications were made for farni labor during'the week, and all .the men got Jobs. Seventy-one farmers in (or roen which leaves forty vecanc es still on the Ijooks for the week s operations along this bor 20 1918 A .shier of Agnes Wi! son Mrs Tloberf Sillls, giving at 871S h. avenje positively identlf ei" aof Watson as the mat ner sislerjuanaed under the name o HaTVev BSs been Jieard the reliuves pf Wilson since the spring of Two ehebpherdcrs for work Grunau and 41 other officers of the Jblcago Jiardmens Association and .he United arraigned on charges of con 16 violate Ute "Lever Act and at Grunau s rEfluest the cases were until-May S3 TvvEnti of thp 42 defendants 111 the case hive laken other 2 i tfs STRIKE V SYDNEY NB NEGLIGENT A1 loss of JXIOOO tons of coal is the net result of' the May Day strike in the Cape Breton Roiiorts 'trom various mines >n tne Virte-Workera district and got it and_one carpenier applied and received employment Three gas engineers applied-for work and two were Tsentj five laborers applied and twenty seven placements made One blacjtenrrth got worlc, and sixteen miners applied locally One timber packer got a Job and three gaol guards -ftore hired horse drivers sought emyfo) ment and _ re- ceived if and the same applies to one chauffeur E s1-' casual and got 1L womens department one stenographer applied and naa placed One housemaid applied' and receivct eraploj ment and four housekeepers sought ivork three of whom -were hired Two waitresses" were hired and the same number of chamber maids. Nine applications were receiv that the" collieries closed down any kind resulted The wage loss Wthd miners is estimated at from sd tor casual labor filled and all wore the. week fxsthbridgejecw 4. numiier of -sorkersifrom other offices in the province In the state ment issued these thpwn as >ng work bul not as bavirig applied bewSuse their applications filed1 ifffthe -Other drflee Jrom Boston Brookhn Battle Longest Single Game Ever Staged on Diamond .BOSTON, .May league record for thi number of innings In a single game..went to..smash Saturday when 2G innings and for three hours and 50 minutes tho Boston and Brook lyn Nationals battled to a 1 to 1 tie on Braves' field. Joe Oeschger for Bos ton and Leon Cadors foi Brooklyn stajed in the boi for the entire dls tance Thtf previous" record was mado o SepL 1, 1906 the Philadclphi Americans defeated Bostoa 4 lo 1 in 4 innings On that occasion Jack npombs was Injhe hoi and was op OTTAWA May report of coin; mission for th'e unification of-'laboc laws, which concluded its meeting on Saturday, is now'In the liands'df minirter of iaiWJR Is a irief sumr mary of the import- ant features of tlie the recommendations of various 'com: mittees which.were adopted by the delegates as a bpd> These'com mil- tees dealt with workmen's" compensa- tion, minimum Vragps.1 Inspection and shops and offices, fe'gulatltitr-of-mines and in- dustrial re-, commendatoUs were made public- as dur- ing the last week, !T It Is felt' at CBe dep'arlmciit that the conference cannot" faU to have good re- sults. of opinion by the delegates were frank and Ibe fact that representatives of pro vlnclal governments present, should of the ommiiteerebeiving provincial as well s federal attention There ar6 still a number of delegates lii'the capital; lut they' probably, will not be here ong The province of Prince Edward Is and -dhich was not represented at he opening of the commission had for Is representatives at subsequent sit tings J. E'. -Sinclair, member for WINNIPEG, Man., April nipeg citizens are respons- ible far the high cost of clothing end by careful buying and pocketing some of their prldo can bring the cost down to reasonable declared Mayor Charles P. Gray, In an interview, after what he termed- the riot (of high tnylng which is sweeping the I city. V Thousands of girls in the city, bs said, carry their entire, earnings on their backs.' The men, he said, sre not ahy'-better and -adflxiftted tiat citizens to bring tae cost i of wearing apparel down. By way of illustrating -what'can be done, he said-that he bought two o! for J35 each. "And they are as good as many suits." Ills over- coat, ho said; cost The hat he Is wearing is six years old, and tba boots be wears cost ?S.50. He (ieclar- that ?-s Song as (lie cost of clothing is aa hlgh'as at present he will refuse to and asked thai citi- zens" do" tho 'same. NOT'lfiE'tO COLONIAL JTHEATRE: PATRONS: to the numerous re- had for resirved i of AREKMY. in distinguished actor, ;SSRJ-TYKOME-rPOWER be shown at the T.HEATRE ON-WED. WEEK, we beg-.ta advise -j Jntendina patront I.thpt-Jio retervalicfls-.of scati will be made. An will entitle patrons to any seat in the theatre. Respectfully, yours, 1" LEN S. BROWN, Manager Colonial Theatre TONIGHT-TOMORROW Story of How a Woman Ruked a Man Who Drove Her Husband to Suicide. Queens and Senator Murph) CUSTOMS OFFICERS DO NOT KNOW EXCHANGE _- H -v posed bj__Joe Jftrris Oeschger nine si and gave was hit safelj--i5 en men balls AI F f sir men lallsv Cadore -struck bases od OTTAWA, April Fernand, Rinfret. St.' Janles, :was in the house toflav that notice had been given of tha mlention lo terminate the trade trearV between f-ranpejiT-dx Canada This would lo have ef feet on June ff of'thfs year Mr Riufret was also mfomcd that the government vas awara that cus cms officnls in Canada estimated customs duties iccordlng to the nom ma! of foreign monies and not in 'accordance with tlie current, ex The government "-ad no intention of changing this jractlcfl EMPREBB-Now Playing 40c SO: ChTtdren. Children 16o THE PICTURE BEAUTIFUL BEYOND WORDS! OTTAWA Slav Canadian T A Orerar Jeoder-Of the National Progresslva party in the 'commonir will be 6iclc toiaorrOT- of the parly will hold a cau cus tomorrow or Wednesday and one of the matters to beMlscu sed is fail to hear what Is balng -aid by crnmcnt leaders when estimates are being put through OnvFriday night 'several items of considerable import vore put through tfc" nes were straining their ears'to foi tho proceedings certamlv to omethins to say commented one member today. Miss Theresa M, Sii DRAMATIC READER AND ENTERTAINER Who has 'delighted kethbridge audiences, will appear in Humorous Dramatic ON TUESDAY, MAY 4th At 800 oclock in HIP United Church of North' LeUibriage, under the auspices of tlie cbor m Interest of thi. choirs Musical Festival Fund f 1 Tickets SOc T 1 One of tha dranwtio startling inbrallty play, My Children'" In whfcSi the distinguished actor, Jlr. Tj'rono Power is starred. At Me Colonial M edneaday-Thuraday tUls week, with a special only 61! Wednesday., i ONE CARLOAD Of Good CpBilltioned Korfies, 1304 to 1700 4 to S years. Well i grain fed --CAM B. N 'LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA 12M MAJESTIC THEATRE 3 NIGHTS-Starting TONIGHT With Special Matinee for Ladies Only on Wednesday THE BAFFLING! BEWILDERING! MYSTIFYING! AMAZING! SENSATION! KHAY THE MYSTERY MAN OF INDIA SEE 'advtntu'rts' with'PJission and Wealth in her rulhlesi quest of jpeclacular bafiquet revels' ever shown on the tertri. Infimiie ntimpsjs'of tove and Intrtaue.behind Uie icenei on the staje. of NewYear-b Eve on the White Way of New York, yivld ptcluros of life in the underworld. Spendthrifts wooing pleasure glittering Broadway cafe. CSjided halls of .chance, aniffaBhlop gambling for money and soulj. mJIzina scenes' lit' loses '-'_.i The suprem; hourrofiEviirywoman'sJifei when finds-her i; deiire. Thrilling! DramaticfeUp to 'thi Beyond Words! IT Bubbles and Seethes WitK Thrills and pense an Exquisite, Memory Haunting and Deepry-Appeallng Myjti-' cism That Leaves a inf Impression as Mysler-. ious as the Oriental At-" mosphere With Which is Surrounded. A Night of Wonderment I 250 Seats SOc -Ladies'Ms 350 Good Seats ic Phenomena! tie Dem- onstrates Spiritism, as Never Seen Before! .He 'Tells You Life From Cradle to Gravel He Makei Believers of Skep- lics! Buddha Tem- ple Scene! The Temple Worshippers! The Native Finery. IF TROUBLED. ASK HE KNOWS ALL 150 Choice'Seats. ...SOc VIOLET HEM1NG THEODORE ROBERTS WANDA HAWLEY AND .A DISTINGUISHED SUPPORTING CAST INCLUDING ONE HUNDRED. DASHING' PROFESSIONAL BEAUTIES IN -THE GREATEST LOVE DRAMA OF MODERN TIMES. :i I1 .v PAINTED EVERY- WOMAN FORSAKE." Pasalon and Wealth have (ailed her in her fervid qiieit of love. Vet her pilgrimage leads through a great city's pleasures, sensations ami pain to that ultimate happy hour (or which the heart ,0'.. fiverywoman yearns. The sum of a lovely man's Vivid, colorful, up lo the second- Lavishly staged with the greatest cast ever shown on Ihe One Hundred of the Most Beautiful Women in (he World A MODERN EXTRAVAGANZA A riot of bcsuty-a feast for the eye and for the senses. rr SETtlNQ EMPRESS ORCHESTRA UNDER MR. J. P. ALEXANDER.- ;