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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 8.-1010 TIIK HERALD MGE FIVE BILLTBDIMI OTTAWA, Miiy' Arlliur btcoiuc Molclicu proscnliil In inr .cominonH ihe this jifteruooii his LID to disfranchise defquUen under Iho Military Son-Ire lion. Act. The flasks covered liy lite bill tunspHsed all tlipse wlio failed lu OIL-IT obligations under tho act; Tlioy are disqualified Iu tlic following re- sjrccla tor a'period o[ U years: 1; >'jtpm holJiug ollke under luo J: Krum toeing a member of inr- or a mtiulielr of Hie senate-. In any Uomlulou tllndfUg OH llUJ uslt oT rallfltallont In I'ari Ambawador, lp U. S. Hudolpho l.eiuk'us, wilti Kurd to Oanadlnu Iho govcrniuc ivliellu-r It Ihe lulpnllcm to ux mil iMa JuallcT lo Iho Imperial thorltlen. Hun. X. llon'fll ivpljcj lliai Canadian rt-yrest-ulallvt In j Ion would, when appointed, liavi- C-T6 tlliiervut from thdae ci.' :in Tho yrlinu minister was uji Llie'maiicr ot Caiiucltan representation Um any delaullprs UiQ Unlied Stului cnpliul election. Tho Lill vrgrfcv.. M-lio liavo aallsfitil Vonvlfllou Imperial government, uiul uic, result lawfully obtained and Iho umiU-brocm I would be voinmunlaclcii lo purl fa- IniiiORci slirtU nut. iucluijeil. arc Ihoso LuehileD who came mi ilr-r Iho nuiuosly ol Au- RUST nor uny, who bavins been npiireliDDucil. actually serttd In lUe nillllary Further, any S, W. asked what Iho -Canadian parllanieiK 'used to ralMy ihe treaty. Kir Thomas While replied lhai. Iff II was signed ilio inline -WINNIPEG. May noon p'afwr cJrvles the following OlUwa correspondent: The Utttj committee yesterday wiped out all titles, hereditary, n on-hereditary, preferred and 3f-> LtmLe-LU, a resolution was car- ried for Hit abolition of all the letarr ordrrs and distinctions. W. F. Cockchult and Sir Herbtrt Ames alone the reso- lution. Dr. Clark refused to vote for lack of sufficient informallon. Another resolution Amoved by W. F. Cockthutt was carried that Ihe committee was opposed to the ac- ceptance of any foreign titles by Canadians. flWl DENIES TOE PEKIN WIRES CUT I'm sirk I'm merely m- K'list-." ll.-t. Hay Alsu a great Ailmdile troinedy- No Minister al I'ekln has cau yfforJ 10 miss stuns Itoscou in-il Secretary of Slaio Lauaiuie I 1 ArbucXlc'.i uowesi liial nil wife coiumunlcalioiis out of llr'l Jfoy." ,vhldi will bo A fen- 1'efcin have been tul fur unojf'irc ol (tie bill. v.iro good lo Siberia. U. S. MANDATORY FOR ARMENIA I May ilis 1-050-1 construe! ion. railway tommlUce met thle Iiuomliig to reiumc u( ihe I'atlflc Mail- I'AttIS, .May U that Stales will to iibkeil iu uiiimlatory (or Armuub. are tliat Pj'tFiricm syUniii the mulct r lu I-OLV' i sloiis, J. K. Ai iBlroi'K- (IjairuiaD ut aiinouiuwl that Ihe ific I i Northern ami OiiEtllan Pac- arrived at nn a'grcc-me'bt lu pri )rOs legal conviction (lierebr become rn- IlotcJ of Iho dlsciualUicatloii provid- ed by the att. Sir "Docs tills In- eluJo nU the under the JUa- lice and inilUli (lie Ihc 'trriiis of'any j tmiMKc accredited of! "iniiilii, lio cuuM iitirdly iJLirliamcuL "would refuse to ratify COiI Leates In West .Air. pyplntau WHS Itilonin-J Hon. ti- Fitldlue argued ilmC ouec the irfraty was signed II was biii'llng 011 OaiiAda. AH Ibal parliament touW do would be lo approve or disapprove U. Sir TJiomus WtiHo icuk ibe ground lhat Ibo treaty was not bi'iillHK iiElil 2.1GS leases for oil Innils'Jn the parltament Imd it. crn provinces liad been Isaiif-J slncn January 1, A great many uj: Iilleallons liavii Ijertii made for sjtf J on or .MfCTi'alloii of, oh lauds tn the ivtslern provinces, lut} no syeclal iirlvllegos bavo been j gninled. i James A. Houb was by ihc win-; Isler ot inllllla thai on FoHruary 1938. an oriler-Jn-councLl jmssod _ firovlillng .for HJO of a' auditor for Iho nillilla depart-, mciiL to HIP. deputy inin jMakJnjf (Jood Progress parciboni vas rcroovcJ f ram, the juris-; _ Budget, (UcLloii ol Ihnl departuieiil and 1 Hard Kyllic proposed extrusions In tUo JMeHorl and Sasfcaioou dUUlctn. D. I'. Coleman, wan-jger lines of tue C'tmadiau Paiitlu Rail- way, fxiilaluej that Hie ifle Ualiwuy. agrcrd tliat Die Lauigaij- L'uniljerlxiid Ilou'sc it ill lie sloiijietl al IT. wcsr of Ihc second mcriatau. The line will run Ironi hanlgan ta iLeute m .Mclforl uud on to townshli) 4S. The clause as was adopled, BRITISH FILMS AT COLONIAL Replyiue lo tbt- remarks Mr. Uudianau earlier in the silling, Mr. Coleman told the coiuiaitree Ifiai 1 Canadian I'ae.'flc- Itallwuy doe.-i LOL j -----_ propose to object TO ibu Will Show Fine Film, Witli All-tlar j Cast, Next Week, Monday, Tucs- i day and Wednesday. the Canadian Nonheru railway Souiheru lie eaid iae com- jiauy had decided It could do nothing uutll Ji learned of ibe fate o! ibis bill. line from Lea.lfr. Sa.k.. .0 Dig k Lake wad -dmcndcj as lo ei- I Hie line from Stick Lake loTiiic- Blltk Lake wad lend cess. Husk. Tht Hen oharier couaulertil was on auMforJzliig .n iicw Canadian ratlin- llailivay brand) Irom Masilwu Lafcb, (o AVuitforl Alia. The line, it was explained by HOIK J- I Held. tninlEier of railuayp, involves HisLoriL- Occasion ill uupllcalion of lines west of Moyd- Scvcral Hills Arc iTiiinsicr. Advanced .May Il Las Lecn Eugges.eJ. Lc suij. lliai Ilic rharlcr should be grautrd wllli Hie Ihnl Ilie railway tomnilF- stein should dcchlo wbc.hcr tlie Can- adian Pacific Ilaiiliiyor Ihc Canudliu mon'vs Live equalled die films j whk-li in U'.e ''Tbc Holier upjitars wSili an all itar Frtrnfli cujuiuny in Bf-pnes laid down JJ. H. Murphv moved Ihe [utriiou in j lD "Thc Klddl" !n tlin 10 till of ihc standard clause jtto- f tf ai'l'it'JI- (liiig for iJic construction of 25 ]uile--> 11' c, s K-ti year. It was poTnleil out thai "he" I8' ilR cuusc bMii inserted Il0t -daUB1_ avp h; Mr. Ala Lars iijovrj nn ameodmcut providing for the immediate operation of u eectloo of a rallwai- afler Us con- itrucfon. but ILe coiumlueo thought this proposal should Le inserted fii the general railway at-t. so That li vould all railway construction. can- Mr. amend- J March ill. were tabled in the house oi coiKnions yesterday. They total Among the Items Is cnverlng on iho Male ol Sir Wilfrid lAiirlcr. DcslKiirier was inrnnned ai I luesiion lime ihnt llie minlsier of' line rten Slovens. Vancouver, said Ihe running rights" over built. H. rmamltlee was making :v mistake In authorizing tbc construction of" loo prac-lcally [iaralU-1 lines, lhal paper carries the following Irifci an GUNARD AN.CHOR Atirtor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS Kiom .Monuf al Miy lj. Kroni -Vow York- May 17, May George May .OrduuH rroui Montreal May .SalurniLi From .Vcw May May 24. .t'aronla May "Jl. Saxunia JUT.L' -1, .Aqultania S June Ml. .Mauretania June K.-Itoynl Utorije From Jtoutrcal-- Juue 20 Cassandra From Xfrw .luiio il. .t'arouta. Juni" 21. From Munlrcal July of which be "ivas in France. H.'s sal-i this iveek.'und Uio fiovern- ary was1 slated to''be.fl.lSi, the same merit has lindor Us pro- HS the 'general-anditrir OTerecas. Ills previous occupation was financial anrt real cstalc broker. lilbitlon proposals. H Js expected (he present order-Jn-comiciJ prohlblt- ius ninniifacliirc and Importalion ol To Consider Peace Treaty Ilquon; will he extended Mr Ihmiu Cronvn, of London, Inquired i Collier year, but pToyhwial c( Ibe-eovcranient as TO what will be preserved by only, ft "ccdure wfls'lc-bc for ratlficaliou of ioprovlncoa.wnerc prohibition is uorr Hid peace Irarvly. Sir TUoinas replied tual the Eigntng'of.Ihe peace. ,treaty was an fjfccullve act; Aller. the, signing ot M'OiiW varliauieni Tor consldcrallon Qiicl fetpslaUvc sanction. would ilJy cbeercci. Hon. Arthur Meiglien1 said, in reply; lo Erutsi Lip.tfiite', tbni the-govern-j tlso people of llie distrk'i favored lbe'ence- iiieui had given no 19! charier he ins UL'U'il a.-i mortcU for llie f'dinous i 'arilRi, Poalbot. whose have incni und.iHQ bill vai finally report-' 011P of ious of the ciuiiloymcnl us these nciy are rreparjfirf. to. show .you toward beautifying your, home. Appropriate ilctlgns for- coLUgc, Ibl or mansion, for bedroom or parlor and FI choice variety'to every modest'or elfiborato Let, us plnn and catlmnlo v.-tlh yon. Wellington Bros. THE OECORATOfiS SHERLOCK BUILDING 7TM 3TREET 80UTH defcnlcd, Mr. theu moved an nt lo niafcft tho clause inap- plicable 10 Uiosc who believed'tlicm- selves to be legally married. The bill ivas rejiortcd nuil noiv slBinls.sfor third reacting. 'thouglil It' would bs wise to Ibfe railway ileejdc which ttni 'should balld 'that serliou of line west, oi Alter Turlher iliFcussion. H was said on liehall ot Iht Canp'dlau Pacific.Kail- lhaL would be satis- fied wilb running rights tt the ernment butli Mr. Buchanan Prolsrts m.remarked tbnl tbe uo'a'imoyncetnfnt as lo the conslrtiC' dt brancU lines in, Wi.VXlPKG." May HIR pass- age of an order-in ronncil naiiiius the persqnniJ of condilloos board. Uio provincial la- day announced Us intention of effective once tLe "Manitoba, alalulc Front soeiely dramas to pholoplays or llie, is onl.r yn ordinary step fur screen star ol Hie pi DougU? Fairliankii ns u result ot' tlic nililetli; end smil-- Arleratl star will he seen in tlic jolc of a tramp in photo-' play, "He Comes .Up will be displayed ai Ihe 'Blarlana: Ihcalre Wednesday nud Thursday. The scenario irriUen by Frun-j cea from, tlic faiuoiis stage i comedy by Byron Oirgley TODAY Kflirbauks appeared in tbe original. investigation and hient'ol trades dlspules. The named comprises; J. casKwhen tbe ulay clialrnjaii; P. Weir niid G. An-1 th< eus.- representing: labor. W. '-i'T whUli HTlurn was ujion T the novel Qtiarles" Slier- j nmu, jinullBlieil by' Hobbs. Merrill Co.'I eram and L. 'il, Elarretl, representing employers. H Is liiought Ihe board will rnrel before tbe end to orga all la th rel before tbe end ihc week anize. H'is given, wide" poVeis, the end lhat settlement of-labor be effeclefl [hroiigh arbllra- 'Mou and conciliation. Sefonil rcaillns wns'llicn elveu lo wncrf, they are HorK Jlciehen's net lo amc-nd :llit Oil-1 lo lenvc (nil- part ot soutn- eralory Ilirds Conreiitlon AH.- The oru ;Vllierln dependent on lhc Canad- I Quebec cily waols the Scott Act re- peileil so thsl il can ha.v0 beer' and wine licenses. bin now stands for third reading nimnspl nnnTi rn n IU. H H'H I llmllda r.rst give rnnnlns rif I Liu, I LlUil! im Paclfle Itailway lo lhat. company if branch lines are provided, otherwise j the neoplc would-so after lue L'.inaJ-J Ian Northern. The corumitlee then voleJ in favor I of the sranling of a gharter the' system which to MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. fff K. OF HALL ON' Evening, May 8th DANclNO A.M. I. On Way lo Unlifax; il 10 Milp.s Rsrorllng lo lhc .Velfbrt tllstricl slt- iiallon, J. .V.. Campbell ami J. II. Ma-. v liaii folnlcrt oul that lhc notion of Kia Left Kockaway lleach ill 10 a.m.' committee lorlay leaves a large dls-1 Irift HiiscrToO. They wnntoJ an BE- OiaL a hrauch line would be i IJnllL Into this minister or ralliTRys fare nn asatirance thai Uio j YORK.'MOV S.-WIH, tllc Iconrticlons Mvoriljlc along Iho north nexl lAllanllc cwsl. Omnnar.dcf John ,M Program-ot Towers, fit Uoctnvvay iiMoh. unnoniic-i 2: 'Cd nl 0.30 fl.m. 11.31 ilic iiawl Irans-i "Jcdllf t" B've Ihe pllway board mm- Allantlc Illglil by way of Halifax iliHorj'.lnslcad ot powers would "be begiin-liila Torfnoon. wlltl lhc-laallcr o( joint Fligt.1. NBW YOI1K; jray flrsl Irans-Albnlio'IltRht way Ihree jV.< t'. (nnvy) C'.irliss rtl'rplantl lefi air sinilon nl Kockaway al 10 a.m. today on the Icff of llieir Journoj'. Hock- away 10 Halifax) n