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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAY 5, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE BRKAO JUMP9 IN TORONTO TORONTO, M�y t.-Vp ffo�� the M-ages of bakers In Toronto, down fc'oes the hourg of labor, and up foe* the price ot ibread. The price of bread went back todiiy to (he wartime price of 11 cents a small loaf U4 oiinceB). Oven and dotigh men uro to get $2S a week, taJble meu, (luuHfled hikers, $25 a week, '^hlfe slielpora get $22 a Aveek for day, and f-iS for niglit work. "HISTMENIIS � RENIftRm,"HESAYS Capt F. 8. Patty, Ex-Paatanger Agent NoPlhprn Pacific, DIs-cuasea Former Troublea Xaarl.v eTer>-body In Knoxviile, Tenn., especially railroad people, know Captain F. s. Patty, for tjrelTe rears dtatrlct paaaengor agentr for the Northern Pacific railroad, * with local oftlcen la Chattunooga and gen-iral offices In St. Paul, Minn. On account of generally failing lealth Capt, Patty was forced to tlls-xinHniie a^tlv� work and for lire )ast few years baa been making Ills lonio in Knoxvllle. where ho luiin-f>rs Ills trifinds by bis acquaintances, -fe is a kind, gonial gentleman of WEDNESDAY AT 2.30 PI NOW TERMS TO HUNS PARIS, May B.-The time fop handing oyer the peace treaty to the Oermana waa aet today for 2.1B o'oleck Wedneaday aftes, noon. PARIS. May -A. aecret plenary lesslon of the peace conference iiaR been called to meet at .1 o'clock tn, morrow afternoon at the Prcnrh foreign offlce.\ Thp session will bft Ireld for ilie presentation of tho pence trnaty lo the smaller powei'a. Won't Caua* Strife BBRUN, May 4.--(Via Copeii)i�KeiJ. - Count von Bwtckdorff^Rantrau, chairman of tiie German peace delegation. In an lnta�rvl�w with the~Ver-aaillM corraapondent of the Tage-hlatt, denlea that ha hoped to cause difficulty hetween the allies. The count is quoted as saying: "It is not true that T have ever prosecuted a policy hoping for differ encos helween the allies. 1 oonsMer such speculation hart policy because it is both foolish and dishonorable. Moreover, such a policy offers no pros societies ill the t'uitci! Stfi'sn tT i>r-senl thfc casf! of Ireland to tho peace conference nrrived here Saturday from Paris. They were mot by several of lh(f Ifi.^h leaders and drove to the .M.'insion (louse, wherti the lord mayor roceiveri tliem. There will be a public reception next week. In the monntimo tliey will have conferences Willi nitmeifjiis newspapermen. walCace REID' at colonial tonight pect of success. U Is economic more iwo-veel A� a siiHciul treat, for Colonial patrons toulghi. tlin Colonial Theatre management will olfer the Paramount fe�ture'. "A Selfish Woman," in which Wallace Reld and Oleo RIdgely are co-starred. Presented by ./esse Iv. Lasky, under the Paramount Pictures trademark. Colonial pa!.--oi)s are assured of an extaHeiit entert.-inmenl in this attracllon. Ford Hti-rllng. in bis lalCHt LKo cotp-edy rioi. "Fools and Duels," will supply plenty of*iauglis. and with �n excellent sccnio picture, and another reached stardom via this part. The native Hawaiian singoni; a^d '^ancers, and especially th�li ^walfan music have contributed to the jsrejit auccess ot "The Bird of Paradl.s�" together with a most eicellent cast throughout. A new production has been built and from the rise of the curtain until its final fall showing the volcanic eruption' of Mt. Kilauea. the audience seem to bo a part ot Ihcso pretty Ha-wiaan  Island�, as near as the stage mechanic can reproduce. THE WIF^ QUESTION If you saw your wife hugging to her lioaom n baindlc of old love letters, and she refUHcd to show them to you. what woulil you think? And MrH. Voung Wife, if yon shw your liusband doing the same thing, what, would be your condition of mind? An answer, which led lo a remarkable complication of events, is given in "Wives and Other Wivfts." of which Mary Miles Jointer Is the star, to be shown at the Starland Theatre on Monday and Tuesday. The heroine starts the story as a happy bride-a child woman, to whom the whole world -promises lo be a paradise of love and kisses. To this character Mlaa MInter, though young in years, hringa a reniark.ible luider-atandlng of the feminine iisyeliology and it is probable thai no comedienne ] PARALYSIS ''Fnilt-a-tives" golckly ReliSTed Tills Chronic Trouble 589 CAsaRAi.>j Stkibt, MoNT*�iai. "In my opinion, no other medicine is so curstire for CoBsHpation and Indigestion ax 'Fruit-a-tives'. I was a suft'erer from thwe complaints for five years, and my aedcntary occupation, Music, brought about a kind of Intestinal Paralysis ; with nasty Headaches, belching: g�a, drow-siness after eating, and*pain in the back. T was induced to try 'Kmit-a-tiTea' and now for six month.i I Iiave been utirriywell". A. ROSEKBCRG. BOe. fclwx, 6 for $2.50, trial slse 2to. At all dealeri or .sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tiTCf Limited, Ottawh .he old .sChoui,' and is beloved by all | than political questions that hold | proRrani will bo a diindy. vho know hini. The following Inter-! our opponents so firmly toKether and' Tiio Royal Hawaiian Company will istlng "tatement was made by hIni 1 it is hardlv conceivable thai they canlopfn a three-days enKiigement at the II person to the Taniac representa- be separated."/ [Colonial Tlicalrc, starting Tuesday Their offering will include person Ive: "I am 89 years old anil always en-oyoil good healtli up to about six ears aj^o. when 1 suffered a nervous ireakdown and my general healln rradually failed iiie. .My, prlpcipal rouble w;fts indigestion and Catarrh, lut my whole system seemed to bo lilt of shape. My condition finally rot so bad I couldn't sleep at night ;nd always aft^r eating I would surer HO from iiidlgostion and heart->urn that I fell just like there was u loal of fire in my stomach. My hear-ng and vision were also affected. I oBsulted several doctors here in nly to buy liie second bottle, but to ;ell you just what it has done for sie. I begau enjoying my meals from ihe first few drops. My nervousness la gone andl can sleep like a child ind always wake up In the moruine ready for breakfast and feelf'ug refreshed, t am very fond of onions, 4ut was almost afraid to eat theiii. tecauaio they aiwn.v's disagreed wltli lie so; I could taste them lor hours jfterwards. T ate One for dinner tho �ther day and it agreed with me per->�ctly and 1 felt no bad effects what loever. I tell you 1 am beginning to eel like a different man and am al-nays going- to keep this Taniac on land. It has done me more good ihan anything else In the medicine line I have ever taken. T certainly 10 rocomniend It to my frieads. It 11 really r�ii*rkable." Taniac is sold In I,eUibridge by J. Higinbotham & Co., and in R�a-lliff by C. T. Hall. Chinese Statement PARIS, May 5.-The Chinese press bureau today issued another state of established reputarion on the speak-.\lack Sennp.tl comedy, the ing stage could have Interpreted it with finer serious feeliiiR .nnd ii surer appreciation of tho coiiietly � jiosaibili-ties. rantiaetf. singing and playing, Hawaiian ' dancing and clever instrumental numbers, menl on the Kiao Chau-Shantung set-1 and will constitute one of the season's llement, in wliicb it is said that the Chinese delegation has received no official written communication of the details of the decision c;f the council, j but has learned that clauses to be inserted in the treaty concerning Slian-tung go further than was believed. The statement says il Is left en-IJrely wHh Japan to say wiiat she will be pleased to return to China best vsude\ille offerings. what she will retain for her own enjoyment, Tlie rights of China are not mentioned. Irlsh-Americane Arrive DUBLIX, May 5,-'Frank P. Walijh and other delegates sent by the Irish "THE BIRD OF PARADISE " One of tho many charms to be fmimi ill "The Bird ot Paradise," Richard Walton Tully's play of life in the Hawaiian Islands, which comes to the Majeatic tonight only, is" the manner in , which li� handles tiie religious beliefs .and superstitions of the native Kanaka. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Phillis Dorothy Brooks who died Alay 4tU, 1918. Only a little Angel, * Gone lo her heavenly liomo. Whei'e Jesus reigns in Glory,^ A home of peace and Joy. No Iiome on earth is like It, N'or can with it compare. Kor every one is h'appy, Nor could be happier thei'e. Those who loved her flrst, loved hei' best now miss her most. Ingertert by her lather, mother and sister. � 122- To deal sympathetically with strange things of this sort, a writer lias t^ comprehend the viewpoinNand reasoning of the people whom he sefeks^to portray. From Ijoyhood Mr. Tuliy dreamed of the Island.s, their strange, lovable, gentle inhabitants. The customa. quaint, even in the days of Captain Cook, to white eyes and understanding. And they have uul changed an iota, save o,i lUo surface. Kanhoonish is still rampant; Tabu is -iacred, Pele still alaims her victims despite the efforts' of thfl'missionaries and the In-j sular government......... Any :person who know.s native Hawaiian life below the surface knows that these t.angs alway.s have and always will exist. It lakes ages to change tlie temperament of a r^ce. IN lytEMORIAM ' . ;.;,Tn Ipyi|is memory of our deaj- btpth-�r John'w. Kedshaw, who dted: ii^ France^^May 3rd, 1917.-WhenTast we saw his smiling face. he Hcemed so strong and brave. We little thought how soon he would be laid in a hero's grave, But the hardest part Is yet to come, when the brave boys come marching home. And we misg amongst the cheerful throng, our dear one's smiling face. Too dearly loved .to be forgotten'. Prom hiii sorrowing sisters, Margaret, Olive, Ivy. Gone but not forgotten. BEWARE OF lENOER. MED GUMS r Pyor.-'nea, with a premature lof^ of I'.ctii, is alr.-.oft; inevitable if you do not r-opcrly care for your gumr. Hero iaj the cxpIan.ition: i As you .ige, the bod;- tissuea naturaM ly relax. You see thin ti.?su!i loosening in the nock. It goes on in your gums, too. As you grow older, your gums �.:hrink below the normal guin line. Through lack of care they become spongy and inflamed. Then you hava pyorrhea (Riggs' Disease). Four out of five people over forty have Pyorrhea. And many under forty, also, 4 Don't let a-tender gum spot dc-\c\ap. These tender -spots breed disease germs which enter the system through tiny openings-infecting the joints or tonsils-ht causing other ailments. Immediately gat Forhan',";, which positively prevents Pyorrhea if used, in- time and used consistently. Forhan's tones the gums and hardens them, They .in turn keep the teeth healthy, Bn^sh. your teeth with Forhan's. It cleans tl^m scientifically- keeps tliem white arid clean. t \ If gum-shrinkage has already set in, start using P6rhan's and consult a great successes of the past decade. In those days, of ephemeral existence of plays, the periuhial youth of "The.,Bifid'Of Paradise," now iui|it� eighth succeBstiil season, speaks' vol-, umesforthe lasting merit ot Mr. Tully's remarkable drama. Oliver llorosco this season lias selected Miss Rita RamJUy.to play the role of Luana. the lovable Hawaiian princess, eveo" portraycr at which has; Si:, Montreal. FOR THE G TONIGHT -AT HOME- CONSERVATORY OF M.USIC HALL By The YOUNG LADIES OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Commtnce at S.30 Shtrp-Admission 7S Cents COLONIAL TONIGHT , - JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS V WALLACE REID and CLEG RIDGE|.Y ^'THE SELFISH WOMAN" BY HECTOR TURNBULL, ONE OF THE FINEST PARAIMOUNT PICTURES ! Also Ford Sterling in "FOOLS AND DUELS" An L-Ko Komedy Riot Colonial Concert Orchestra Also Mack Sennett 2-Reel Scream with Ben Turpin and M�ry Thurman Prices 26c and 10c Catching the Spirit ot Springtime The Uu� skies: (h� emsrald hu� �(ircM and fields; the touches of color lent by the awakening Uoams o( flowers; have their caunterparts in the handsome cloths used in fashioninf Fit-Reform Suiu iind Overceati lor Spring. In Ayle and pattsrns, Pit-Reform garments hava accurately caught the^bappy spirit of springtime. We have Fit-ReforKii Suits and Overcoats for jpring in a ranga ai sizes which insure a perfect fit for evarjr man. r -IceTorm McKELVIE McGUIRF. MAJESTIC-TONicHTOriy FIRST APPEARANCE IN LETHBRIDGE OF AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR ROMANCE THE MOST TALKED OP PLAV OP THE CENTURY AND THE ONE T>IAT MAOie^AWAIIAN MUBIC FAMOUt > PltEBENTEO lY A TYPICAL MOHOiiJb CAST AND TH%, HAWAIIAN^rNQCflf AND PLAYERS " Pric^s->$2.00, $1.50/11.00, 75c, 50c SEATS AT BOK, OFFICE ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Special Inflouncement t wish to annouiico t