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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta : .11.1.....\. j.:vjii '..:.\J '' , -/ ' "" i in A TI^E; LETHBrilDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FJVE ' -ST. akllMAH* IN, uAVt,' May , ; M.-^The eradantlala' of t^* ^rlai) pMO* d�l�0atien wiri h� pri-enttd to .�f�|tiyMntatiV�a of the allied and aaaoelated (Mwora at a meatlnti probably vmnM Tueaday, It wae aald Hera today. In the maantlma th^a Auatrlana are mark. Inaltima* ax6apt !f6r a eonferanetf with tha Intir^aflled eofnmiaalon todfiy rolatfva to tAa revlctualina of AHatria.^ . . PUBLISH PAirrA OP * AU8TBIAW: THEATY. , PARIS, May^ ie.~A8 the result of conaultitibjta among the, peace . canfereiieo' laadora, wjiioh: ware folitlnued throughout ^hia' mom> Ing, thMipeabalorma to be aubmit-ted to tha Auati'ian repreaehtatlvea wIM probably bo publialTad textual-ly -by Ihatalimanto. It la reported that the fininelat aind boundarleo eectiona of the document will be / made public tonight. it waa pointed out today In - opnneetion with the stipulation aa to the ratification of the German treaty that any nation that withheld rattfieatlon which three of the prinoipal powers had ratified, would bo nt a diaadvantage in a commore'lpl way. This would fol-low from ffta fact that the ratify-ing powera would be pble to re-aume trade relations with Oar-many at'onoo, whHe the states that delayed would have no iucH privilege, v GREEKS OCCUPY PORT OF SMYRNA^ ATHEf#e, May 14-^reelt forces lartdad today at Smyrna, tiiie newa being raeeived here with groat ehthuaiaam. 41 4i-4> � � �. �  �   "POm/'-KDiW ~' >ilNDERfcANGERPLAY gifted of the younger gonoration of American actors.- His-father .ami mother were both noted pJayera. and his grandfather, J. K. Mortimer, waa for years one of Augustln. Daly's most brIlliBnt stars. *fr. LyleU'ti latent Broadway success before he rennuiiced the ."itage for tlie screen was "Mary's Ankle," in which' he ^vas co-starred with Irene Fehwlck. Also great comedy feature,' "The .Milk^fed A'arap." ANN LITTLE CHIEF SUPPORT OF WALLACE REID Vicktortl also appears as an cnter-Ininer of a different sort. Marshall land .McDaniel are villains, and- .a unique character irole Is that played by Willis Marks, A weak youth is interpreted by PhiJ Ainsworth. -Vlr. field has the part of a young prospector, a two4isted man �with' Kplendid prittciplea who Is thrown Into _ a sea ot troiibels which nearly cost '�� u sea ot trowbles which nearly cost ' ])im liis life. The picture was direct-' ed by Walter Bdwards. i lA two-reel Katty Arbuckle comedy, \ ''Moonshtno." will also be showr. Leading Woman for Popular Star in "The Ms^n From Funeral Range" 'CALiGAKV, May 15,-Creatlptf ot a seuarato department of the TJ.B'.A. for political organization was agreed iipon at a meeting of the joint committee of the execu^ve ot the U.F.A. and the Non-Partisan League held yesterday alternoon. It was decided to recomn^nd that each federal con- BRINGS 5,600 COPPERS TO PAY HER FINE QUI3BBC.-Counting five thousand Ave .hundred coppers may not-be a hard job for a ,bank toller, or a poor tax colle^stpr, but It proved too extraordinary .'a Job for the Clerk of the Quebec Police Court yester^day wh^n a woman, fined flfty-flve dollars for-selling'liquor without a license, walked Into the Clerk's office witb the money all/in coppers. The Clerk sent out for a bank teller to verify Krhether the full amount of the fine was there, au'd then leT the womaiT-'out. ^She was a Madi^me BoId\ic of Lower toUrx, and^^hen the court let her out after checking the e^ct sum of five thousand five biii^red coppers, she turned with a halt smile an^ was swallowed up by the crowds that usually throitgvtb'b Fplijbp Court. :r5^^:,:v'r   *   *' ^ tlmtshe bad ib��n:-DAibIo'�tter  a-aearch to, flnii ttqy ttsberbt )t ^ K * * * 4iff .-t   Btituency of ttie U.FiA. "make It clear that political .-vctlon by the U.F.A. should not *o confined merely to federal politics, but that action (along similar lines be taken ifl all provincial constituencies"; (arid that all finances Involved In the farmers' political movement be nie't directly by the members. It was further recommended that the Alberta Npn-Pay^-j tisan be used as the official wgan of the movfement. Tile appiroval of all the aibove proposals Is continge'nt on their adoption by tho political conventions lof constituencies^ shortly to be held, and tliese are not committed or bound by the action^.of the joint committee. The following statement of the results of the conference was mad^ at the close: A fine get-together spirit, representatives be appnintert aa directors of the policy of the paper. (The committee have no. recommenaations to make on this clause for or against it,) C. That lu the interests of educa-tioh^ and also for the prevention of bureaucratic methods-so' liable to grow up in any organization-any political program or platform ilecided upon and adopted by anj- constituency, convention should be passed upon by such convention clause by clause and not as a wbol^. JIOOSB JAW, May IS.-The trial of Walter Bromley, on the charge ~~5t murdering his.five children last No-whlch I vember, was conimenced in the court augu^ well for future work prevailedof King's be-ach here this morning be-througtii^it tile meeting Discussion j fore Mr. Jurticc Lamont, was, free and open, the emphasis be-; The courtroom was crowded and SAL Under this Aoipket^of-tlie Next^f-Kin AsMebtioD AT 2:30 Iri{the UnilMi Church Hidl, North Ud^!>ri�lfe AFTERI^OON. TEA AND. ICE CREAM WILL BE' SERVED' F(�H pONO FOU THE KIDDIES " DRAWING, PPR THE QliliT AND PIANO *CA)ir ^ SHORT IVIOTICE AUCTION SALE N,;^. AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION RjAOMS ; ^ COMIfCNCINO AT TWa O'CLOCK REMOVED TO AUCTION ROOMlS. FJ}R CONVBNIENCE OF SALEr AN ^SBEMBLUqE OF ^PERIOR HOUSEHOLD ' , FURNITURE ana ^ffodtp. including,-Vepr Handsome and Almost New Punjed Oa,k Dlulns�Suita.comprl))lnK Buffet, set oUChaira and Round Extension Table; v^ry attra,ctive DBX SEHC iomprblng Table an/1 .pair of.C^lra in Cumed Oak (Jacobean); Hdndaome Deb Rugf" Bras*-Bedi cbnttnuoiia post with ctfIL spciugs and. mattresa; TALKlIfO MXcWNB in FuraOd Oak CabiPet apd Record^; S�t^t' Dining Cbalrs; Dressers and^Stands; ^bs Trlmi^ed Bed complete: .Rqwad BjtpnslpnJDlnlnrTublej Rockers and-other OJj^liirs; Poptlfere Curtalc[k;^Cmm>NmR:^; |Cl>6hen ebalfh^i^^d Tulles Fine- 0 HOLE RAKGB fitted for gas; Drop LAaf TabW; Hall Btand; I TERMjS CA^H WADDIN9TO|� fELLf WITHOUJT ^ESfRVI^ RHpresent, 'jbut; Btftsl^ent, XT' :t l-exoeutlve of: the >f:Pi; w^s.dfacussed very carefully'and tbe"\;ommitt^e came to^a tmanimous agreement, on the foltbwitvg llotAts: .-�^ .^r- . }'  H mwA, howoVcr, be-_cleariy-"uB9erV s^od th{a'tb& matters i^'on ^Uii^''t�# -jbint committee afe-agreed -do-ntftAft; any way w4iatev�r- commit. orblnA-vui approaching WP.A. -conatituet&y -noltf tJcal oonventioQa toi tlie'.adoptl^,of> the committee's oondusloi^s. ' ~; ' CoBcluaione! of CofnraltteeT,'. The conVentlOM, in all i$iatterg^ will be absolutely suprfe'me and tlie, ,!e kept entirely clear of^tlie edu^tienal branch or U. F, A.'proper, thesaafa as tl^e commercial branch is.):- 6. That the Alberta Non^P�intaaA be used as the otBclarorgan of the farmers' political movement and that Fa tells ma to ^t, a packadcfef Post toasties tlien. eats . most all dfeiti^ many persons were forced to remain standing in the outer hall during the progress of thft4rlal( There was little difficulty encountered in empannel-llng the jury, but four men were challenged. Acting Crown Prosecutor Ro8� of ^eybum is handling the case for the tJrown, and Walter Mills, K. C, Is defending Bromley. 'V/hen tbe cbacg^ waB.rea^'to him. Bromley, who apjnjars,in-.inUipli.better health than ^hen'.the defed^iftftui^^mmltted, answered 'In ft. clBa?..^i8e,''not guilty. Mrs, Bromlejfr'iiif'dv hjsr. brother-in-law, Mr.'-^afaUw^odi., of. Winnipeg, :-Toom "ma*. ?was ^taK^U' during the morhW, f.a. veil as 'tb� tcanacrlptio'n ot^the-evidande of Xfotoe^ive......John son; y Johnsbii % and Cl!il�^?ot-^(,Police* Jb^son receiyed a .'coniii^sion .from' Broker at 2' a.m: oA th6'morning of Sept'"i8, a few^hqurs inf^oUowing the crim6. This' confeSBtpn mia admitted ht crooks" colonial orchestra Kiddles' Matinee Saturday ...... . "Wild vouth" comin6 . to the colonial -The special, attraistion at- -the Colonial for three days,; starting; next Monday, will *iS ,'J. Stuaji:. Blaclrton's maatbr screen prodtictloii of Sir Gilbert Parker's famous.^novel. "Wild Yputli." The screett prodviction is so -good, that it Is released by tho Para-' mount Pictures Corporation as a special attwictiou. It will be aUowu at tiBual 4>rices. > . ^ AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT -IFvnrn C'-r Own Correiaoh^nl> . imANK,'May 15.-The flue weather continues. The gardens all ovef- town are looking fine. ^The second work .train,was put to work the first of tbe;week. Bob Miller from Macleod lsy6fflciating as con- -;^A jibower vas given Miss Blaia at tl^jBihome of Mrs. Brown this week. fTiie-Wedding bel/e MIIVdoou chime In Fra'PK . . ^ : Mrs. J. J., Murray: t^wei^B to leave Jt, .Ml8� Steward. H- V, ' Bert X,ytell, star ot ".Unexpected j Places," has only recently left the' -speaking stage for the silent,drama, where he appeared ip od^ production, "The Lone Wolf,"'before signing iU!p long-term contract with Metro; in ji^ose productlona be will npw appear exclusively. HIa first picture with this company was "The Trail to Yesterday," and he.has followed it wiUi "No Man's Land" and "Boston Blactde'B Little PaV'Tboth clever and dramatlb plays wtotch faavfe brought iilm added fame. ' Tkfr. Lytell comes of a. talented tbeatrical.lamjly and is an artist by inheritance as well a� by education. Ue is ponk]der�