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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AUE SATURDAY. MAY MADRID STRIK5 SETTLEMENT MADRID, May meeting of mployers delegates of the work- ers, called list uteht for the purpose ot endeavoring to reach a settlement o( the strike In Madrid, ended at three o'clock tbls morning. Thb employers accepted the the strikers which contain reservations. Another ineoltae'wlll bo today and It is thai a settlement will he el fectcd. Chipman vs Chipmah Evidence Taken Into Court Over Temporarily Supremo court-sittings temp- orarily QU KriJay, to bo resumed on Tuesday morning. Uecision in the ill vorcc suit of Chipman vs. Chlpinan was reserved by Sir. Justice Walsh for considering a legal point in reler euce. to tho ease. Tho parties both in Magruth, and Mrs. Chipman Is Buius for. divorce for various acts U? to liiiTG vJ6C'ti committed by her ill LetL- brtdge and Bluirmore. Osllnnd ap- peared for the plaintiff, and the ca.se of the was undefended. The case of Ingrain vt. McLetiLghan and Taylor ended In a settlement be- tween th'e parties alter the hearing of the plaintiff's evidence. The plaintiff, n farmer of Suii'lhil, was suing in the matter of a plowing engine which he purchased from the defendairts itnii which he alleged was uot satisfactory. !n Iho purchase of the sarao the de- E Sfart on June 21 in Many Cen- tres and Conclude on JiiTie 30 The Departmental Examinations fo Grades VIM, IX, X, XI and XII will be held this year on June Slat. 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th. 28lh and 30th at tho fol- lowing centres: Acme, Airdrle, Alderson, Alix, Al- liance, Argyie S. D. Arrow- wood Con. S. D. Athabasca Banff, Barnwell, Barons, Bashaw, ___________________ Bassano, Bawlf, Bearer Lodge, BeUek- fcndunts part payment an old cr, Bellevue, Beutley, Bezansoa, Blde- englne from the plaintiff and received ford Con. S. D. BlackfaHs, J400 In cash with a note for thu bal-.BIackie, Blainnore, Berlha, Bowdon. H. H. Hull Coming to Line Up Forces to Fight Liquor Importation LetHwIdge is to receive a vlsil early next week from H. II. Hull, of Edmonton, who Is the organizer for the prohibition referendum that ia to be held In Alberla some limo during tho coining summer or autumn. This referendum Is to ha taken by the Do minion government as provide! by the Canadian Temperance Act passed by the Dominion government at its spec tal session of July. 1919. The date upon which this vote wil be taken is yet to be announced b> the Dominion government, and It waj ance of tho purchase momsy. By the seitlemeiit arrived at the defendant returned tho cash, eugiiie, and noto of the plaintiff, taking back tho en- gine sold. C. F. Jamieson appeared for tho plaintiff, and G. Rice, of Shepherd, Dunlop Rice, for the ESCAPED PRISON RETAKEN WINNIPEG, May to Information received here today, Ar- Dow Island, Brant, Bruce, Burden, Cadogan, Calgary, Cariirose, Canmore, Cardston, Carmaugay, Carseland, Car- stairs, Castor, Cayley, Cereal, Champ- ion. Chauvln, Chinook, Chipman, Claresholm, Cllre, Coa'ldate, Coal- hurst, Cochrane, Confluence (Rocky Mountain Consort, Coronation, Cowley, Cralgmyle, Crossfield, Czar, Dayslund, Delburae. Delia, DIdsbury, Dnimheller, EckTllle, Edger- iton, Edmonton, Edson; Elnora, Em- thur Davis-, IHe prisoner who escaped press, Encliant, Erskine, Evansburg, Friday while being taken to Stoncy i Ferintosh, Foremost, Forestburg, Fort Mountain penitentiary, was recaptured Saskatchewan, Frankland S. D. expected until very recently that I would ba taken before the summer. I had been agreed however, that vote should be taken on the new lists to be prepared in-accordance with tb terms of the Xranchlso Bill, which i now beforo the federal parllamen Delay has been encountered In tl passage of tbls bill and consequent! it has led lo a postponement ot th proclamation concerning the date. Th also means that the date will be late than at Ural expected. Prohlbltlo leaders In Alberta :are looking fo sorao announcement as to the date the very near future. In tho meantime plans for the can palgn have been under way. A pr vlnclol referendum campaign comin tee centered "in Edmonton has be< setting up the organization for t! province and plans are well advance In some sections Mr. Hull as provincial organiz will take up the question of organiz the same night. FORMER AUSTRALIAN PREMIER VISITS U. S. NEW YORK. Slay Vaughn, recently premier of South Australia, who came- here in 1913 and talked to the workingmen all over the United States to arouso their interest In the war, arrived vesterday on the While Star liner Adriatic. Ho will lecture here on tho labor problem. tlon for Lethhridge on his arrival WILL CROSS CANADA NEW YORK, 22.-Aeroplan9s 111 cross' canadlariyterritory in the rejected aerial Uiiefc. between Seattle nd Skagway, Alaska, according to announcement iiiade here today. routs ot the first thousand miles eludes Victoria, Delllogham, Van- ouver, PrlncQ Rupert. Ketchlkan, Taagel, Petersburg and Juncau. I CHIEF JUSTICE MATHERS COrigiLiATlCm BOARD CHAIRMAN OTTAWA, May Canadian .Justice Mathers of Winnipeg has'beec appointed by the minister ol labor as chairman ot the board of conciliation which will Inves- tigate the dispute between the Cana- dian National Express Company and its employees, who are members of tho Canadian Brotherhood of Kail- road Employees. W. J. Christie, ot Winnipeg, will represent the com- pany, and Bancroft ot Toronto, tho' employees. SCHOONER CAPSIZES PKATTLE. Wash., May gteam schooner Fred Baxter, which put into Port Towusend early this morning with a heavy .list caused by contact with a tide rip ol Marrow- mono Point, Straits ol de Fluca. reported to have capsized, la Porn Tovnsend harbor early today In com paratlve shallow water; The "tug. Monitor reported to be EtandlnK by. "--._._ A Denvor policeman was held up by two youths and robbed ot tore flledical Inspectors Being Put on Immigration Staff For This Purpose OTTAWA. May recent ap- pointment of a number of extra medt- :al Inspectors iu connection with im- migration Into Canada is understood o be consequent upon tho rcpresenta- ions of public health bodies through- out Canada that many Imbeciles were admitted to Canada without pro- ?er inspection. The staff ot medical uimlgratlon inspectors has been more :han doubled and every precaution is now heins taken to prevent Incurable imbeciles from entering aud becoming a public charge. 'Fitly per cent, of tne patients ID an asylum in British Colutnbla are salO to be recent Immigrants. Four ol them are said to have been admitted at Atlantic ports after they were re fused admittance to tlio Unlter Stales. In answer to inquiries on the point, the Dominion-health depart ment slated (hat thero was no lack of precaution at the present tima and modern scientific tests wore being made by competent alienists at port; ot entry. CAR MEN GET INCREASE HAMILTON, Ont., May ees of Hamilton Street Car Rallwa; SILK FOR DEBS NEW TOnK, 'May Engeue V. Deis. Socialist prisoner candidate for Moanmm VIBW, the United States presidency, 'Is now In tho "silken' slot-Sing The Nordegg, OkotoU, Olds, needles trado union have sent him Gaclsby, Galntord, Glel chen, Glcmfoodvllle, Grande Prairie, Granum, Grassy I-ake, Great Bend on. S. D., Griffin Creek, Grouard, Han- na. Hardisty, High River, High Prairie, Hill Spring. Holden, Hugbenden, Innls- fall, Innisfree, Irrlcana, Irvine, Jasper, Jcnner, Kaslmlr S. D. Kll- lam. Kilscoty, Lacombe, Lake Saskat- chewan, Langdon, Lavoy, Txiduc, Lelhbridge, Uoydmlnster, mond, Loughced, Lousana, Mncleorl, JIagrath, Mannvllle, Marker- vllle, Medicine Hot, Milk ntvcr, Millet, jilnlmrn. Mirror, Monitor, Morlnvillc, Mountain View, Mundare, Munson, New Dayton, Noble- ____ _______ )kotokB, Olds, Oyen, Pakan. Parkland. Peace River, Pen- thls city, and it Is anticipated something- definite will be upon. complete outfit of silk. Acknowledg- ing tho gift from the Atlanta peniten- tiary, where he serving n term for obstructing the United States govern- ment's war activities. Dobs said ho "felt richer lhaii nockefoller." Beautiful Women yean have relied upon it for their distin- guished appearance. The soft, refined, pearly white complexion it renaos Instantly, Is always the source ol flattering comment. company who work in the car barni have been awarded by a beard of con dilation an increase ot from six t nine cents an hour each and a reduc- tion iu their working hours from 6 to 55 hours a week. t! s. -Gouraud's Oriental Cream contains directions EO simple Hint nnv fadeless color into worn, shabby fw.r- menls, draperies, coverings, whether hold, Plnchcr Creek, Ponoka, Provost, lUjmond, RedcllH, Red Deer, lilmbey, Round 11111, Rumsey, Ryley, Seven- Persons, Severn Creek 3. D. Sibbald, Spirit River, Spring BanX, S'an- mere, SpAlbert, Stave' Stettler, Stir- ling', Stony Plain, St. Paul, Strathraore, Strome, Sundial Coii. S. D. Taher, Three Hills, Tofield, Trochu, Vegrcvllle, Vermilion, Veteran, Viking Vulcan, Walnwrlght, Warner, West- lock, Wclasklwln and: Youngstown. The Department will supply the re quired foolscap, drawing paper, blot- ting paper and squared paper, bnt can dtdatcs shall provide themselves with rnlers. compasses, pens, etc., also Inl In districts'wli6ro it Is not supplied bv the school board. Candidates wrltini on the examinations in' Drawing mus provide IhemselyeS.with a soil eraser a good drawing pencil, ruler, India ink, water colors.and .'suitable brush or brushes. For the work In watt a supply of. water and conven iences for cleansing the should bo available. Candfdales who: have not already selected one of the' above centres, should advise tho: Board at' once at Farmer Leaves Letter at Board which centre they desire to -write. The examinations for the First and Second Year Commercial Coursa will of Trade Offices Giving His Views Farmers are still worrying about rain and tome stiil want to employ artificial means lo obtain it, For some time the Lethbrldgo board of rade has been issuing correspond- ence on the matter of obtaining rain by artificial means, and this-morning a letter was left in the office, advocat- ng this means of getting moisture. Tho letter read in part: "The banks have assisted ua notly and the gov ernment has done Its part. Dealers have done all in their power to lielp us out. Now wo must make good li return nnd to do this we nuist gc rain. This wo trust will come in gooi season from a Hource provided by P.n all wise Providence, but there nr< limes and circumstances when artlfl clal power also has come in good play. With generous rains this year we far- mers, witli prices In sight and no other draw bnck, will be able to repay our banks, not only our government and our creditors for all assistance given us so generously, with Interest, MINE WORKER ROBBED OF UNION'S FUND SYDNEY, N. S., May Cai adlan Colvey, trca urer ot the United Mine Workers lo-. cal at Florence colliery, was assaulted and robbed of ?300 yesterday while on hW way to the branch ot the Royal Bank, 'of Canada at Little Bras d'Or. The money was fmids ol the mine workers' local which Mr. Colvey was going to deposit In the tank. The as-! sault was committed by threo masked nen. DAYLIGHT-SAVING ST. JOHN, N. D.', May city ,-IH go on daylight saving tonight at midnight and will change, the clocks igaln on September 11. i BIGHOUDAY PROGRAM TARLAND "But you say you ARE My Wife" EVEN .TWO PER. GOES UP'IN PRICE NOW "WESTERN BLOOD" The Greatest Cownoy Actor in the World in a Real Western Thriller. See HI MONDAY MATINEE f CHILDREN JC "You've proved It to my family! You have the marriage i tificate. You have ring. You have my mother1! locket." BUT WAS SHE HIS WIFE? Two yeart before. In a weafc moment, he had married a chorui left her and was o'.ven up as dead. Now when hs came home he found this girl posing ai his wife. Quite i situation'. You'll say so ?Nhen yoJ Kt this romantic drama. And you'll be come away with a different idea about choni, ladles. It's real entertainment; i Last TTime Tonight MAKE SURE'YOU SEE By Proxy' H'AMILTO.V, Ont., May ton are doing their liltlo bit: I to help prohibition. They gave beer I prices u. tilt this morning that gerert :.thiraty souls. Quarts, per dozen, advanced from J2.50 to ami pints from ?1.S5 to 53.00. The two', and a halt per cent, brow from S4.50 lo J9.1P per barrel. By the glass it sold at 10 cents this morn- Ing. OLONIA r 'LEN S. BROWN LAST TIMES TOMGHT (Saturday) Norma Tahadge in "THE' 'The Forbidden City' A magnificent 8-act feature "THE BULL THROWER" -Two Part Comedy Riot 35c and be conducted..at berta. but could also assist very materially iu the irrigation project which dually will be the salvation of Southern Al- nnd Medicine Hat, during the same7period as'lhe grade examin- ations. MAYBE THE EGGS WERE MONTREAL, Jlay cross- ing Iho Pont Rouge bridge last even- Ing, a dr.iy loaded with eggs and drawn by two horses, tell 3D feet to tho Ca- nadian Pacific railway tracks below. Neither the driver nor the horses were injured. WOMEN! DYE RIGHT! SAY "DIAMOND DYES" in- a Poor Dye wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed ods. }luy "Diamond other kind ihcn perfect results are guaranteed even if you have naver dyed before. has color Wssona in Iho above art are being given at Suite S, Hull Block. Cily. I'ainttrig rlono on SHks, Cloths, etc, which will wash splen'fldly, and also on a num- ber or other surtaxes, Classes taken, i'of samples of work and terms, apply. SUITE 8, HULL BLOCK 'Let us now ask our board of trade to get In tonch with the man who In- duces rain by artificial means to come on tho scene antl be prepared for the, worst. This nmii guarantees his work rain no pay. T do not know lhat it Is possible !o Induce rain to fall, hut after following his operations closely for seventeen years, and knowing thnt where 'have taken ro? sulls have followed and contract prices paid. "I cannot believing. In him. San .loqiilll valley farmers about two months ago gave tilm a hurry up call: and results followed, nnd now I un-1 ilerstand a biimunr harvest la In st.stht.; iuphrata, tanners Just fltoly.employed him and I just heard from a roundabout source'results wore attending him there, j 'We rfided through difficulties; .0 get this crop In; let us leave no unturned -to mate good. Tho nrlce ot the experiment will ho small is all work is guaranteed. Wo re- sponded to a man with our utmost ef- forts lo produce food (or our peopla who were at war. On account of dry our efforts were a failure. Wo j sot In itcbf as n rasiilt. Now (o a man I lei im do everything In our power In not only teed the world that still needK the grain, -hut to pay our obligations no freely extended from time to tiino and get ourselves In shape to face the world heller. "Men and women knowing we have done our host, wo trust this season wo do not ncMjto try this experiment, but still no harm should result from this one more effort." (Signed) J. A. Afni- strong. Official expressions Jiave been ob- mined from the best sources on this continent by Iho I.cthbrlilge bonrd of trado on thla subject, and Ihcso opin- ions Srgno that U Is impossible lo got rain this way. AT THEATRE Monday and Tuesday BOY CRUSHED TO DEATH TORONTO, May Ham- mond, 12 years of ago, while riding n blcyclo yesterday, fell tinder a motor Iriick and Wfts crushed lo dealh. Tho driver of tho ttuo's. not held by the police, SUNDAY HOURS Afternoon 2 to 4 Evening 7 to 9 GEORGE 'CHARBINO and COMPANY A Company of Marvelom Acrobatle Equilibrists, Featuring "The Slide for life." The Frank HedleyDrug Co. EDNA ELLIOTT 111 the Comedy Sketch Entitled "Ths Elutlve Fifteen" HARRY BARDELL "The Incomoarablt Juggler" VER VALIN and COMPANY In "A Ventrlloqliial Oddity" presenting "The Mystifying Electrical Doll" ADDED FEATURE PHOTOPLAY ATTRACTION Bessie Barriscale IN THE GREAT HUMAN DRAMA "BECKONING ROADS" "A SMALL TOWN Comedy What YouTl in "Beckoning Roads" Beautiful Barriscalo (n Some Stun-' tijns ftowfU. A Gambling Club Do I-uxo Operated by ft Wall Street Shark How a Clgvcf Woman Beat Wall tSlreet Woi'f at I I'D Own Game The Moit Gorgeous and Lavish C4io Bet .Kver Shown oh Iho 3cteen A Ikin-Ton Cabaret WHh iliitlct Clog-Dancers, Wlno, Women and Song LATEST PATHE REVIEW COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA THIS GREAT SPECIAL DOUBLE HOLIDAY SHOW AT OUR USUAL PRICES- Adulfc.....................50c 25c POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST HOLIDAY SHOW IN TOWN Matinees Slut at 2.30 Nights at 7 and ;