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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 17, I'.MU DIE LETUBRIDGI; DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ASK LANSING TO HELP PARIS, May Irish dele- gate! called on Secretaty Lanslnj today and asked that he present a formal' requeit to. the British government that Professor de'Va- lera, Arthur Grilfilhs and Couvt; Plunkett, Irllh Sinn FeLn leaders, be given a safe conduct to come to Panic to present their caie to the peace conference. KEEPING THEM GASSED v Uunnv South, vdtli dainty Edith Tyler have brought -Pollyanna" iu the title role. staze just at au opportune time fatty Arbucklc dispenses a host of laughs in bis bis Paramount comedy BY H. F. special. "A itoroeo. one uf i fuuuiest of tbe (at comedians ITU- when playgoers ate surtelled with morbid themes and wearied by procession of crooks, detectives liecllc euwneuts of the sex triangle. thV oceau.lo knows about Argyle House and ono llrXJISA, May Is today the greatest, strike- by organ- lied labor in her history. Prominent labor loden staled today tbnt the aympathetlc role overwhelming- ly Iu lavor ot a general Btrlkejn sup- port, of the singulars. C'oiialtloni here, it was staUd Uto tils after- noon, would be- a duplicate of Winni- peg. AecordtaK to labor Iho general elrtke 'will to Into >flcwt on Tuesday iinleis a settlement Is readi- ed toulsot, .01' tomorrow. who hold iha'centra of-the. lahor fiptit stage fa rUglna, been In session practically all day. ,Tills afternoon they ill conference with the con in llnyor Black's offkn In Ibis diT hall. The mayor. when Inter- viewed tl optimistic o-yer a speedy ttttlament auil staled tie ex pected to bo ablo to Issue a hope-Pi statement S o'clock. At the hour named be said he had nothing to re port. l4bor men allenains Ills conference in the office toM !hc Caaa Press that uo aetllemeiit wouli he reached oefors tomorrow and the; were not counting on ono Uicn. Tbo; declared that all arrangements hs> been mada for the. noticing of the clt by union men. Strike votes are to b counted at'a meeting In tha traiM hall at S o'clock by the general strlk committee. A CJOM meeting to b held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. At Wlnnlpua .TYINM1PDO, May ll.-U. meESHT nt out to all eomiuerciM Utepraph- 3 In Canada by Chairman A. Robin- n, ot the local telearapherV strike coclalned the request that Uleirums orUlnftticp; or destined Winnipeg, except 'deith, returned overs' or jc-ternmebl messages on alter relation to the strike situation n transmitted. The operators have fared to the tho ser- sis'of a ataff handle all uch miUor. Up to 10.30 o'clock Ihc ompaulei had.not.nwdo known Iheir llituilo in regard to tho proposal. I. Yogei, of Iho press division (rf the 1 unlotysant thl.i message to all press operator! and slated ia.t tb.e press operators ahould also ec'llne to handle business originating a or destined to Winnipeg. Operators QiTIt W1NX1PKO. .May at Winnipeg telegraphers em- iloyed by Iho throo commercial tele- 1 companies and brokers and aa Press operators lolnel the geuftral strike. _, Two hours beforo the tekgrajiheri wore to go on" etrifee commercial wires were burJonei with messages from local cilUoas. relatives and friends which outlined plans for a journey out ot tho cllyT Hallway traffic out of Winnipeg is heavier than usual. International Otllolal'i Rjquest At 11.30 a.m. a dispatch from S. J. Konenkamp, of Chicago. International provident of tho Commercial Tclo- graphers' Union ot Aniarica, _was re- ceived repelling request that Winnipeg operators remain on duty, pointing out that local trades have no right to oik telegraphers tn risk flil tor them when they can not help, in return, and ho concluded: "Instruct.' our niembeis to remain hundred end nineteen million dollars, "touchers for which." as Ihe Auditor i General's report slates, "iiavt not been ii Sir -Edward will create a welcome dlvftsloa lor Government about run out of subjects to stave off that spectre which is al the I hack of everybody's wit, the tariff. Sir IMwa'rd will tell about the yousc accounts which speeding across TbU ber and that It never will behave-1 IhrllU into show until Parliament lake, ii by the throat i of dare devil and shakes the life out tended Ibat 'the tariff it. Once' con- j "for hi eceHed th, j to 1 Optimism was never more needed than' episode I NOW io lhe world's affairs and the div- puts the! ersiwia of the people. "Tollyanna' a new Hue j will be ai-leil by an .excellent com- j pauy. and Lee Motan in Claire Mersereau leadj tbe cast, and Crooks" a great comedy add ihnse pr'.niinenl in her support are itlditional laughs to the bill Gordon Johnslone. Lindsay, nlnnfal orchestra are heard John Webster, 1'anchon Campbell, Tue IKalheriuc liober, Helen Weathersby, i .he The Dally Mail ii an edll-Mrial e'sonable success Sir I lie uaii) .iiji, Sir Kobert Borden will lake with him the gralitude ot tho Hritlsh people for the splendid service 1ft has rendered at the peace conference. "We owo him so much that wo shall I find H difficult to discharge our debt and we can not at the Fame time forget the great Dominion for sparing him I, us Canada can look with unexam- pled iiriile on Ihe part she in war and peace, under his wise lead- "jnle'Times says it U not-sutlidently ealized at what personal cost Sir Hob- iNlind Hie other nonunions'. might to be able to use a iveek or two explaining thf Canadian overseas Mi'ttary administration. The general Hue of defence will Uiat things cost'a lot of money because they had to be clone in a hurry; but when that tale has bfcn lolj over and over again, what uextY is still a big-sap between tlic order paper and Premier Borden's return ivith tht to lace's Reid's Leading Woma Hcsts of Friends 11 Ann l.lltle. seen in so many oi the Wallace- Iteld pictures is one of those be uikea j chai.mlng vo.jng women whose person- about., 1 inty has roado hosts ot friends tor her These vallaut gentlemen liave no. hercvcr ine is seeu, on the screen or Kone back on Itflr free trade convic-1 off Rhg presses elusive beauty lint lions. N'otafall. They are simply even wMe }.oa ,Bi, de- fine it.'ind she has also, the benefit o! believe Mrs. Porter, tbe author of the glad books, and Mrf. Coining, the dratuat- iat. have between, them cheer and the glad spirit broadcast aud contributed to the enjoyment of countlt.'s thousands iu all conditions ot life. .mesto give Battle They .till goes in that is a high tanlf and Hong is_ athletic, 1 is -wortc fighting. and Is suonliei with tu CurriP. who rWes i barbed wire or naila or sowoJ a other such useful article. As a uTaclurer. .Colonel John argues that iderfully, and Is supplied with "lable.s her to interpret a role with a full conception ot its and Premier Borden's return ivltn iiu uiacturer, five cen 8 on the dollar which is to be- practically speaking there is no tant, cloud even- other issue. Sir Jtobert at all-or if them is, it Is so sma! as cio.uu. .....t..! i.. iL-nHh mentioulne. I had thought and and his distinguished but inferior as (a? Koiy Qutller would sayl will ho'doiiirt stay to the hitter end 'accorded 'us on the for the great privilege As the Germans are not Ttnderi for Co'nitructlon. PARKS. tendws addressed to .the bepotr the Interior, Ottawa, 'on rclovta for Highway. Con- be rewlTBd this nepirrment until loon on1 Thursday, twentr-ntuHi day of May, ..for tha constTuetloo So. 1.. Bontt-WInderniers Highway. -First Mellon of Sinclair Division from Station 1M i 00 to Station Hi i 00 eastward along Sinclair Columbia.' No. Hlghway Secoad section- Ironi Station 355 x 0( to Slallon Rocky Mountains J'art, Alberta. No. 3 Edith Carell Highway troni -sialion SOS i 00 to Station 864.1.00, pir Park. Alberta. t'-i Kach item roust bo must ba acoompanle' by an accepted cheque on a chartere in javor-of lie for a .sum equal 1 n% of.tho total .amount ot.such- tei riery Tha.deposit, of nnsucccssE tenderers will be pnimp.tly .r'oturnt to them, while that of th'u succcsifu lenderer will'he retained as a guar- .antee.of the acceptance "of the .con- tract and tho satisfactory completion of- Iho Plans and copln of contract may oxaminaii and specifIcalipns may he ,-had from the OommlsRioner of Do- minion Parks, Ottawa, Ontario; Ihc r Superintendents of the Dominion Parks at Alborta; Jasper, Al- beft'a; Jr" Colu'tnhla: the Dominion !Ands Offices Jlooie .'-Jan', Edmonton, "Katnloops, New Westminster and the office ot the Chief Inspector ot Domiu ion Laridj, AVInnlpeg.' TJie lowest or, any, tender not heces; aarlly accepted.. The unauthorized Insertion of this advertisement In any newspaper will not bo paid for. I.YNWODK ._... Secretary. Dcpo'rlmenl of Ilio Ihterlor, I quawa, Ontario. Ad X [expected to follows that Premier Horden and his lilllc band will nol sail fpr hme be- n tlio Job." No action had been taken onJJus at Blames H. OT.ot L. ,'rOHON'TO, l-i. omment on (he The "ThV present dlsas in. It. 1 well ior ovefyliody to'know.that Hie. as dljastroiiaif omloalir as tboujh VKa og throughout are due rlthout the high-cost of trine'. This gradually, cariiik about hrough lhe positive; ot food coutroHers-lo control, Of nythoritlcs oi any kind to fix Same TORONTO, going io lie Winnipeg >H over stat- ed It C. of 'the metal workers' strike In an interview' today with reference to Tofouto difficulties.'. ;i! nlnlsters came here on the business of tore 51 they.are lo justify (heir long visit In -Paris. In other that criticism they will look like dann it thoy arc not in at the tiuish. Thc'robins' reluru as I suess it, Is about the June; and thai means-mid July before Parltamen' breaks up. The only way to end 1 is loijettison a; nuinner of-uill which are. doing good service just now in'the way of tisins up lime thjyt might be dangerously., omirtpy.ed in dis- he" Kniplrc. "It Is not' merely --_ mounts during thclr'ataencc liut there 3 far loo liltlo underslancliiiB here or in lhe'Dominions of Ihe necessity ot meetings ot the polltfcal lenders or the Empire. Everywhere the milltars side oUhe Dominion participation In the war'is recognized with pride; but how shall be- account for-lhe fact that the political corrolory to mllitarv is hidden from mosl ot be dangerously., cussing file tariff. The railroad has cirS on is m llduen from mos o csing e ar. !f One relson is that the rise of the been rf serviceable lime-killcr; so us.. One reason 15 tna Bankruptcy bill: and so can o be nartisy wonu mcuiiuujiib-.- he clearing Colontl Cur- rie Epfak for an hour-, during which time, slice by slice, he carved the tariff down from the Globe's extreme hypo'thesls of forty-two per cent, down lo his own modest computalion rt fifteen. He did it, asrl recollect, oy suhtracting the tariff on raw mater- ials imported, from other countries. If the Colonel Iiad spoked another lial. hour the'poor manufacturers ,would have had no at indued have been paying the consum- er to buy hia goods. In short Colonel Curne and- lili triemls handle tlie tariff us you woulci. one of those collapsible opera hats. I When you see It first it is fully exteuil-l d nnd'proudly-worn on tho top ot the lead When yon ECC It next it Is as Iat as a pancake and modestly hid- den under the wearer's ann. The Little has lieen seen In many Pararuount pictures including all of the latest Wallace field plays in which she enacted Ihe leading feminine roles. 'The Man l-'roin Kurneral Range" will bo shown at tho Starland theatre today only. ArKuriile shine." in "Moon MAJESTIC TONIGHT At 8.30 PDLIYANNH Tlokela at Altar 7 p.m. ill EMPRESS sudden, the i UK war. It has not Teevu Ions. There arc e adaptation of -the cabinet E. s- GLASGOW, ilay 1! lAsqnttli, 'in a speech here yesterday promised in due course a full diselos uro of conTldentiftl Tdocumenta-. ox changed while ho watf premier, inclu ing thB letters ot Field -Marshal Vis counti'Prencli. fornicrly comma'niler-ln chief ot the British army in 'tlie fleh re-lalfnE to the period .which He! Maralial Is describing in clup licate iii Brital and thoJJnltbil Stateg., Mr. slronBly.deprccatetlitl action, of Field Jiarshal -French I mnkliig alleged ex-partl statoment and warmly defended Earl Kltchenc who, ho naiil. was sent to Prance wit no Idea of superccdlng Field Tilarrfi Fronch, ;but. to convey to the latte Imporlant dVdslbns tmanlmonsly tl rived at by tha cabinet, its a. resu ot serious distiulelude concern! communications from.Fietd Marsl French regarding his Intentions. f v1 in. to peace conditions, hut wholly rce with Sir Kobert Horden's blunt claration that the.only possible oasis iiriliali relations with the Dpnilnions. equality of nationhooJ witliln .the it is strung Is an artful tlnie-wasttr. Nobody nas any idea that It. will go through, be cause .it carries lhe germs of defeat cause it clinics tut fev...." on the" face of it.; No duorce bill which essays torforve divorce courts on Que- bec has a clfan'ce of success iu the Can a'dlan T Parliament. TUS influencei it arc-lotfEtrong. But a divorce lulcku'ess of the hand may deceive the eve with regard to'opcra hats hut lhe covering is (here just the same- and cannot in denied. 31 v own opinion is that statesmen who" say there, is no tariff are talking through their opera hats lull the ques- tion cannot he fully discnssfd until Premier Borden comes home. Ihe 'gladsome comedy' of will lie at lhe Majestic! tonight only. It has been a long time since EO much local interest has been disclosed in a new play. This Is no doubt largely duc-lo lhe enormous popularity and rapid-are circulalion of lire. Eleauo-. Ii. Porter's glad booka that-have lieen read by hundreds of thousands, young and grown up. The f comedy that Mrs. Catherine Chish'olm [Uuihirig has fashioned from I said to be best enjoyetl by men and women ot experience and nndersland- Uig. Maw and Erlanger- and Cleorge I TONIGHT Bert tytell Scores Big lilt In Sensational Picture der the caption to tor. a fair of success; and what has a! "The Dominion which save tier, sons i 'whs-the divorca o freely to lhe Kmnirc, also Irauvus, never tackled er priruo minister, who worked here -Let Que- nil loyally and uiGruaBi ns- j of in imperial Tho Daily Chronicle, in an eimoruu, ofi- lllfe sam6 footing win regard on Bordcn-a departure alid as British CoIumMa or Heches savs'that tho Kevt'Briraswick of Kova Scotia, would h Empire-is already a.lcague of nat-1 enlist the support of tho.House where. tinimr imnoso it on Quehes also _ eminent, ably Horden :uid others, has played so ,115 in heins. "Tins is one reason why. our gov Jiorden and. omen, :j part In the drafting'of the terms at n league of nations of the world, to" he only available experience of league is lhat which we share will; [he Dominions. The conference neat vear iwill-lis ot immense importance. Questions relating lo material .inter- ests will' certainly count, "but it ho felly to'suppose- thai the Fiuplrc stands or falls mainly upon such issues as the Imperial prefer, ence- There'can be no slrouscr bonds than -the "constant, stream, pf emigrants-from vopolti- lion with jvhoin 'we hope to (eed the as a mil' to impose it tin Quebes also witli strenuous opposition. rml Tlie conclusion is IntS-itabloilhat Mr.- Ba) .PONTA DEL GADA, May N C. 1 3.W p.m.. Green- wich time, that she had gone ott her course and >d been forced to alight in the open sea 200 north miles north of Fayell- Four destroyers- liars r gone, to her assistance. _ V- 1 Corrected Tim! I WASHINGTON, May 17.-ThXnaTyj department later corrected ,lhe 6f the arrival of the' at Jlorla I read time, wnlchll LU inahe cue in'i" ----I------- rs and 13 pinnies from Trepassey TUB conclusion IS Bay. N'ickle's bill is a time-waster, a straw The SeapIane_X.C. 1 was forced to man put up to knocked down after ,ond ln lhe open sea at 8.10 a in. It.lias served its purpose ot delaying Washington time, because of fog, the the day ot lie tarilt .was a V-i.-.1- rrniii the cruiser Columl debate. navy aeparcnieiii. message frorii the cruiser at llorla, received late today. N.C. 4 at Horta LAST TIMES -TONIGHT WALLACE REID IM "THE MAN FROM FUNERAL RANGE" ._ ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE wire" star in a "live. wire" play; a. story to thrill tbo Mood and make tbe pulse-s Aim Big Comedy Senmticn IN "MOONSHINE" SunitirM Comedy Featuro tt'q a lone time till thfi end ot May _- and I don't know .what the TONTA DBV GADA. 3Iay 17.-'rne going to'do when tho order 4 which nlighted at be- --periaciearoilTCiiishlhoodhas been Of unfavorable weather, had eood nrocrasnnator.s'o has the nov-lnot left that hariior iale at C.uelph and the railway bill, trip at the .latest1 3d at C.uelph and Ihu railway bill, I _ thai 1 coiid, men- thought :to to resume he -Tices. It WM here, tb.nt shu anseveraolhers lal coi, men- houg ere, lion- but an end conies olF things. Light complete her journey to Koine day or oilier must j del _ uftj uj wiiivi get, round lo.lhB'.tariff.-Meanwhile nil BYLAW NO. 332 A Bylaw of City to. amend Bylaw No. 116 (Early Oloi- Inj Bylaw) of the City of Leth- -v- llylaw No. 1IC the Ci.ty, of brldgo "Is" liereby amended by'strik- ing out Ihc word tho clglilocnlh line, ot Para- graph.Oiie of said Bylaw and subsll- tuftris tho This pUylaw EhBll t.iks effect oft. the 4th day of and passed in Council 13th day of May, A.IX, 1010. (Sgd.) W. V. IIAJIDI13, i .Mayor. City Clerk. this Tlio moaning pi Ilic nbovc -Bylaw is thai nil cif slinns within Ihc City ot Ixslribrliige where nnd for sale by.retail. with thd cxceplion of Iliosc spccl'leil In Section 1 of Bylaw -No. 110 which Nervs Agent, Prngglsl, Tolnccon- 1st, Hotel, Inn, Tavern. IcoOroain Pnr- vlor, Oandy or Contcctloncry Victualling, -or, Kefreslinicnl llonse, shall closcil on each and of week', be- tVecn 6 o'clock In Iho afternoon; 01 each day and Iii tho forenoon ot liip following day, cjco'illng Satur- .-i.rlays'and ilay preceding tt legal 'iLOllday and Ihd three days Iniincdlale Clirlslraas shops its' aforc-iiiciitWHed rtay b, opened front 5 o'clock in tlie foronboi ohtll b o'clock In the afternoon oj _ Ad C eyes >train eastward to Premier Bord- en: !'Sisier Anne'. SisleKAlluc, is there I Tlicr.C.U somebody .AT THE EMPRESS On Monday. Tuesday and e asn for lhe tariff. Moderate philosophers (11i portrayal of leading Und there- arc somejn Parliament- ing in Ilobert..- My.Lhat the tariff 13 ot two of the really increased cost Eriups 6f extremists; on.e 'croup that of lhe producllon to the Lolonlal. man- reular JIay. KrvSOTious rioting ccurred at Stettin on Tiiiirsda'y nlghl, ccordlng to the A stormed the prison liicrc.and ttacked the barrncks. hat all roads and railways-leading nto the city linv'e been-.occiipisdjby he loaders cf-the, moh. lo. proior-t-Uis of of nent troops. Ihe relnforcemenl Icadci's of the.ilispr- )orled-to have- been plundered.: rioting continued all Thuraday nlghl. Iho trooiw In.ihc barracks of- feriiig stubborn resistance. Thcyium- bcr of casualties, is unknown. rj VETERANS 00 WELL; TORONTO, jiay veteran's of the grcalxwar wlio have taken courses at Iho 'Ontario College of Pharmacy, under 'supervision of soldiers' civil le establishment com mlllee arc among Iho men who par- ticipated" in recent examination Tiro ot thesis men nrc incdalllsls Wllllaih M Motinrlllcld, ot Brantlord, carried Oft two medals, the college, silver medal tor general profio'ency nnd tlio botany intrdal Anolhci t.ot of the' practical chcmlslrj The oilier Ilirce mcli nre Charles Ho> I.nld Port Arthur, anil llarolii S.'Slnnley, Lucan limry Hooseu.illegcs his 'wife was given R dose ot'deadly poison In mla uSte for salts In A llos on liospllal He Is suing, lor OOJ________ Cut" Cljaritiea wrapped In TIB I 1JH coming, ot.course, sometime, but not zane Grey. ;Whcn the House, runs, mil lo 1 would su'gesl a series of academic tonics inch as '-'Resolved that.Sir Sam Hugh- es Js.a'greater gentral than Najoleon "Why Is and II EC'' how1'1 and others which will MONDAY and TUESDAY PATHE PRESENTS MARGARITA FISHER 1 IN FAIR ENOUGH IN FIVE ACTS ALSO WOLVES OF CULTURE AND GOOD COMEDY Oa) ilJlULHei .fjniio vii I "The Light of. Wester n willj be-shown at-the KmpftES.' "Wlt-D YOUTH" AT COLONIAL MONDAY "Rldar. of Purple Sage" cndi Trull" will bt- by all who at- Undtd the Emprcu. Sorting MONDAY NEXT for Thne another amathlng Gray 'will be mm IN LlfiiT OF IHL mmm This ia dtfMrrti fni 'fir superior to tb4j'twcj jAcr- J. .Stuart, Blacklon's 3. ix hat iniist be avoided for .with the' tariff attraction --------gets tack with mount Pictures his dlplomicy-lt any. iii te.ture. One greatest all has trophies so milcli the better !lar casts ever assembled enacl the hasn't then sn mnch lite Worse I melons roles iu i at the Colonial theatre by the Para- COLONIftL Lait Tonight (tUturc "Sun of-Tho South" "Lure Cemtdy THREE DAYS Erups exe would keep lias lilsh tower ot Babel, the, oilier group j- lea've only a lurrpw in; will bf offereil at regular UlllJ uii.f" where Uie lariff wall was hiloriv-in other words the Uaslem inanufactur- c-rs and tlm Western Jormer.v Oiirl811' iioderalc Wends nro Inclined on holh your houses'." and that would np Tuesday anil W ed- the. 'ground END SHOW AT'COLONIAL TONIGHT MONDAY-25c and lOc THE DRAMATIC TREAT PARAMOUNT PICTURES' PRESENT S, J. STUART BLACKSTON'S PRODUCTION OF f llio past. prcsenlod Is Sue O. Tires to be Cleared at Cost We aie overstocked on 33x4 casings (the ovei- will clear these off at cost. thisrweek. 1 LETHBMDGE MOTORS, ltd. Front Ibe famous novel bf SIR GILBERT PARKER With THEODO'KE hoitrrs and large capabhic cast Despite Ihc trot cost of this aplenuld allractlon be ;