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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TTJESDAV, MAY P., 1919 nine e co. vuafonlsllc tttlluda on the Ihe ton Today Klalenwnls EDMONTON, May 6.-A. ul Hi- Tmdes Onim-H, "lln.M inurnlM ot llu> lojulry. told me com lulsi'on that unreal was al sn evil since ll.vra. only I v wliolesorau dlsronunt was lliat Hunt conditions could cjUbllslicJ. A ipnrral linn belwewi employees and emploj ,.rs would be tirfl toward llie o( evils. l-aree numbers unemployed were to bo lUirlni! the transition ptrlod. but a effort mnU be made lo Tiro i-ldo work fur Ilicm. IT, '-reed week. uiolLtr step reincdj-Lne ciilllous. Sf-.niA ol 1hw t-aiployorn dil Uiowi i narrow vlalou In (lilft espei'i, anJ vflorta to atcure GUP liolels. day reil lu wreo from tho recent) bftd The or loslaUice. brul uot bcio .wlEllriK lo come luto line. The 'general tondltion of Indualry ID Albtrta H-BJ referred to by U'o wlt- nosft- The ot tho comiiilailon retc-nlly aypo.Dted shoul-1 bo nvideiitd, he ADC] til in the mining should lie inTesHgal- til'by U IUVIL T. awil llie purl of tiio employes, aud clasj.s r-ero -xploltlm Edmonton via koowu one ot "tcabliloir In Canada, de elsrtJ Mr. Findlay. who JnllancrJ number 'ot shops where union labor had bron toiVed out. Provision .'or lbi> lusuraucV of workmen sgalnsl sickness and for the Innunuce ol workers' ddpeLjeuii was uried as one at rrarfles "t in' present unrest. Prohibition National prohibition in er His o( hBirt and' mind. 7be cel'enl elfs blc "A B.droom Hlun- Hr. M- vout Iho Interests or Ihc laboring rUsses. I'M Mr. MEillay, anil be conslileieij It absoluti-lF liBl.uwt.. B--------- -irlko In WKMiton been uncon- perilously irolled for lack such a_ u trolled ror lack wici a Afiei to >vliil ho would problbll.. 1 Mr UmlUy said: "Anything over u IflB IHJli lion Is a mystery itor> .nd a to art. A10UT HUiiY'i "RIGHTS" I! women do not nk a rewunt ot- Ihelr huibjnd'a past, should buibiwl- aemntid lo IhelriT Thl. qu.i lion which has beeu associated wits many domestic nalurully arlses on MtnsiiliiE "Wlvei and OHei- lUrrinj Mary and which wl" tie shown at Ibo SUrlau.1 Theatre to nla-hl Ihoujh Ihis story, which 111i one of Ihe best vehicles tlial bas 1 been given to thli clever yourfg aolren nfiir s oil at a real icrceu In "'Pools and ,Mt comedy triumph. Mack Stu- one of too Sennett lonlal today. It IB her beaulr n'jlch causea all tho Iroable, and chances arc, as soon as llie picture Is tier (uturist bathlns suit and tho rioaj ballirooin icene, rn which sna li the tole participant, will become u lamons 11 Is tho Tlllaniiarrefl beauiy henelf. COLON1AL-3 TODAY MAT. DAILY AT 2.15 PHONE 3SO per cent. GlflLS! MAKE LEMON LOTION TO WHITEN AND BEAUTIFY SKIN Mlncrt' Qrltvances Tho main grievances of the niiuera. ..lid 'Mr. Kanullo, acatiut llielr housing coudllloni certain condi- tions In regard lo tLe supply of tan In Ihe mines) The bunVliousc must lie I'llnilnalcii and proper ac- comniodillon must ue As wage.v, llici Industry hid no right lo eilat if It couhl not psy a HvInK Iwuso. Miners were In favor of tlie nviLmallrlllon of Ihc coal Industry. he declared, as a means ol establish- I lug beUur conditions. Slnlc control I of licolth. even Ihc eilent cf put- ling medical inen'on Bover.imcnt suar. i inter, also favored. Mr. Knrmllo 1 idiullted lliat'lne'tfndency today IE angle. u is one ot the i-Uvereit and breol- isai ot comedies, louche! pltbos. A Hadiwl ami, at times, laueWer ireinbles on ?be .ol parliament will recur to would" this rule wera bind tb I AniU Stewart'in "A MM.te5t.Ro-, mancc." llie Second ol her special HAWAIIAN SINGERS AT HAW COLONIAL TONIGHT For Ihree narling loiay, at tn Colonial Theatre, ihe Royal Ha walian Company will nppcar at man- nee am! evening -iirrlormantfu. It is a positive deiifihi to listen lo tho lunetul Hawaiian when rcn derei by this clever cvnipauy ol rea nallvc-born The plalni ve slralns ol tie ukelcle and Kawa, an steel guitars in accompaniment lo sunny songs alford a musical ireal seHom heard In this country. The T.11I be.heanl in a dltfcrenl program each evening; -ana will make a visit lo the Colonial well worth while. I A splendid' photoplay bill will he Bhown in conlimction wilh the Ha- ioltans. The fnture photoplay will CULLIGAN AND HOCKWALO PRESBNT THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN -COMPANY- SiNGING ALL THE FAMOUS HAWAHAN MELODIES-PLAY- ING ALL THE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC HEAR THE "BIRD OF PARADISE" MUSIC They take you in song and music to the Sunny Southern Pacific Isles ADDED FEATURES Paramount Plclurxs I'rnul WALLACE REID CLEO RIDGLEY in "A Selfish Woman" nt iucK AB the T inn i) JJii. ealure produLtiqns. lo be shown he Enpreaa Theatre, comnvmclnj to- v Marie, a mysterious girl who i day as a hole a and who. hy nl.hl, win, Ihe heart her beau- 1 Ma and wo. y n, cl the season's catrt by her beau- 1 WIIB Miss DB HELD IN J. WEIQANO'a IARN, i a-jsplcej of Com- jtierco U- jf- A- On FRIDAY Night, May9 Copher JpleasJ note: relprns ,to Ihc sccrelary, V7. T. o before IThos lo win -ners' vvllj be nirarded-- night o Also folir caili priien .will-b Wanlen.'.lo I.JCSt dancers on Ih floor- Dunnirlg'i Orchestra TIc'kETS, GENTLEMEN J. Weignr.d. Purily R -.Johnston, --.ooniralltee Miss fcffiinme v sraee anil .wonjerlul Swwarl runs the gamut ot He? in'lfoJuVlloii.' under tile direc- tion Weber, shows ber as. a (ear-stricken girl belnis retpnei randed liner. Net a, a rborn maid at 'iSe' "f popular Eiiinmef resort palrqnlied by ol-lbe social Eel. LONDON, -May earned Ihil the cradlls established by be CanaTllan government have been rtaniiil with the two-loU object pi asslstmB allied countries In their work ot cQOsinictlon, hy enabllne them lo oblaln'Irom CaiieiJa commodities they at same lime provld- InErte.w oulle'ls lor Caniillan [iroducls. It wVi never iiilertei) that Ihla method eijiorts by government aid should In' any. way render less liocessary.flip duty.ot developing Iraie' Ihrouih the usual channels of .-private enterprise. Best! PRICES phone SERVICE STEAM YARDS AT Lethbrldgc Monarch Noblcford New Diyton Warner In Car Lola. BECKER and YATES TONIGHT The American Film Co.. Inc., Presents MARY MILES MINTER In a picture 'ot cnual interest to all ages and classes. iug and amnring for, liotu i- -1'inr T Other Wives Couiedy In Five .Acts This feai'ire picinre affords the 'American's delightful ingenuous blonde star her. first opportun- ity' ot appearing on the screen In' the role of a young mirron. .IT'S A SCREAM FROM START TO FINISH- ALSO Wolres of Kuhur (JOO.I) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Fairbanks 'A KiKjckoiil-.-aml Wni'a We beg to advise the public of Southern Alberta thai have purchased the entire plant of the Lethbndge Telegram Company, Limited. For ihe" present we continue in the same building, 8th Knox Church. Announcement will be made later of the location of new premises. It oiiTinlenlion to make this one of the most up-to- date Job Printing Offices in Southern Alberta, We are most fortunate in having retained the services of Edward Hagell, George B. Greenall and dwrles H. all of whom are well known and experienced mechanics. You can rely upon having your work executed in ihe best and we will appVcciate your support 'and patronage.' DISPATCH PRINTING GO. LTD. V 'Arthur Hayr, Mgr. Sennelt 2 REEL COMEOV COLONIAL ORCHESTRA 'EXTRA'ADDED ATTRACTION Foril Sterling In "FOOLS AND DUELS" f "Sorue" Comedy PRICES IMPRESS TODAY and TOMORROW lOc; Adnhs 35c FOLLOWINO "5HRTUOUS WIVES" THE FlR3T EXHIBITORS' CIRCUIT OF NEW YORK! Anita Stewart's SECOND ATTRACTION A Midnight Romance in which the'entire action of complete romance is cofnpletetl in the'twelve hours from sunset to sunrise i: A Productioii wHli Entir ely Unique ud Snrpriiing Fmiih Owing to unroreseen picture did not arrivt.for yesterday s performance. It will be positively --T n tonight. S THIS IS A PRODUCHON HOVELTURNS IN THE PLOT THAT It WILL MAKE THE MOST BLASE THEATREGOER ENTHUSIASTIC. FT STANDS IN A C1 .SUPREME. STARTS tODAY. N THIS PLAY, DEALS WITH THE MOST ROMANTIC SITUATIONS W A MANNER WHICH MAKES YOU GASP WITH AN, APPRECIATION 1 OF THE PCKSiaHLITffiS MAUNCOf ;