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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY '26, Tin-: u-rnumiiHiB HAILY PAGE FIVE TORONTO. May prob- ability 0( a general In To- ror-lo v-a. areatly by the announcement sfterivoon that tht employers of the metal trades had conceded a week without deduction from preterit pay; double pay for pvertlme and recognition of p'rln- o'plt o( collective bargaining. The striken are asking for a 44- hour week, but It ii thouahl >he' may eoWromlse this and avoid an appeTl to the other trade ill- Ion. for a -strike which 1> to Voted on tonight. SHORT NOTICE of AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 208 19th STREET SOUTH TOMORROW, In ttw preotrible-ol.ttielr request lo the minister of labor for an .arbilra- lion board, the civic employees Ihroush the president ot tho local union, Xo. -iO. John. Marjh. :md Secre- lary Derrlcott. lhat whereas. Jll attempts heretofore made for the ad- justment ot the dispute nave absolutely failed and tho present situ- ation, if allowed to remain la its un- nettled condition, may result In a ten- eral strike of tlio clvio employees, therefore, n board Is "lied to endeavor lo adjust tho matters under consideration. The demands of tlio employees particularized as follows: Hours ot ulorracnt shall lie changed from those .aV present in force in tho city offices to tho following; Monday to 1-Ymsy CONSIDER BULGARIAN TERMS I'ARIS. May coun- cil ot four today began consid- eration ol the Bulgarian peace terms. 't to tho following; -iiomiuy w ._ working hours to bo from s.30 Soldiers' I'lot at Cemetery Was to 5-pni arid ou Saturday frflm S.30' to 13. A wage" Increase'ot J29 por monlh to be Braulaa, Powerhouse engineerE. an clgui- ho'ur Uy with a 25 per cent, increase. Jlachinlsts tbe same rate of Increase. Ttrao and a half for all overtime for nine liours.' Douolo time for.Sundays and all civic and public holidays. laborers. 5j renl3 per hour, with working day ot eight hours. Water- works department: Ditch diggers. r.OVb cents per hour; pino layers, CO Street railway; Assistant-foreman, 71V' cents per hour, ilotormen, an eigiit'liour day. J5 reaJs an'liour. with t'roo and a half for first five, hours overtime and" double, lime therefrom. Two weeks' with pay. Truck greasers, GO'.cents per hour: A working day ot.nine hours is Wed tor leami'ters.. with cents per hour. aarbajo-inon. COM, cents Jack Unfurled v Iu spile of an uncomfortable wind blowing across (fie cemetery, making a goml part of the service inaudible, the memorial service arraugej hy the Aleiaudor Call Chapter, of the I. O. U. K., tor' the soldiers plot1, which llie order has lukeit In U-usl to look after, took pWce on SimdaV afternoon. It WU5 a solemn in keeping Extension Uxpires Thursday of This Week and Germans Will Then Sign? PAH1S, May 2G.-Thu I'rmch government lias rcccivt'tl from the German peace delegation j Ilic assurance that il will ask for no Cnrljier oxlension of time for consideration of llie lerms. The extension granted lasl week expires Thursday. Three New Notes I'ARIS. May Herman peace I delegation today sent three new notes to the secretariat of (he peace confer- ience. 'rile notes deal respectively 1 with reparation and responsibility.' German property In allied countries and German religious missions abroad. Delay Austrian Terms PARIS. May Is probable tbat (lie presentation 'of tlie peace terms o the Austrian delegation, will he clayed until next week, according to neuter's, Limited. Del.iys in comnlct- ug the draft of certain sections arc aid to he responsible. Resume Italian Negotiations I'ARIS, May were imit- ations today In peace conference cir- per o. im- hoiiri truck drivers, ?121 per month, with an eight-lionr day: stable lind impressive function with its nature. The to the proceedings war .no rendering pf "Hock of Ages" the city baud. This was foliowciTb; prayer ov Hie Rev. De'noon.'who otfi dated. Then -cauie alt address nj Mayor Hardlc. who dwelt on whaV thi men at'I he front had dona and they hnfl laid down tlictr lives to de fend their country and to protec the -ivomen and children. n monlh. with free house and'light; iractor driver, cents; parks ami boulevards, 65 .cenln. r or flrn, department a monthly in- crcast! of Is asked. iliic: USB in uunui ui n.t In'the. arbitration request It Is Mai- the baring of heads by the ail- ed that tha pcrsorfs affected number Ujence sud the playing ii the 100 H further stales Hot Donald I Anlhern-'lho Union Jack rose to its ol the -Trades and i On tie..flagpole which ivas pre'.or Council, is -willing- and ready .ny jtr. very The most impressive moment of th ceroinony came in the stepping for ward of the resent of the order, Ewcrt announcing the nnlurltng of) Has in honor of the dead heroes. COMMErfCING AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT Frank Waddington ItistrucltJ by ihe cmuer, who ij leaving tho city, will sell by public auction as shove Ihe Superior Household FURNITURE And effects Includes--SI'LE.VDIO PIAXOKORTE in MAHOGANY hcautlful loin- anil in A 1 tilape; HASDSOJIB CHINA CABINET In diumered oak; Secretaire In Solid Oak; Oak Eitenil- lug DinlnB Talilu; Set O.ik Dining Chairs; 'J Occasional Tables; Oak Morris Chair; Oak liockerfi; Very Large Jle-ater; Oak SideN hoard; HandEonie 2 Al Klectric Fixtures; Home" Seiviut- Machlue: Oak Dressers and Stands; Beds, Springs ami Clock; quantity of Cluoleimi and Car- Pl-ftlnK and llug.v Kea'her lied; Pictures; Toilet Ware; Drop Leaf Table; Chest of Drawers; KITCHEN STOVBj Kile-Sen Utensils and many smallpr t'.ema of general utility. SALE COMMENCES AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT TERMS CASH PHONES 770 and 469 Waddmglon sells Without Reserve. you have any Furniture lo Sell see me at the Sale Tomorrow, and give me lull particulars. You ian get a bigger price through me than any other medium. three days comroenclns on Thursday les that Ihe negollalious lor the set- lemcnt. of the Italian problem ivere icing resumed after a week's suspen- sion. Indications that a strong effort s beine liiide. by Ihe French, Brilish jnd Ilalians to Ihe Treaty nt signed hy those powers 1915, just before AT8TAKLAXD child, Fahnia Wa sirens piclurc-E, Is seen In the leading role, and, one more. 'AS a Frencu-Ca nadian prospector, lie gives a wonder (ful characterization. When he np an pears on ihc screen as Jean Dulipls il OJ1UU, ruillir.} LUiiu.; on u adorahle cuplj in tUc pro'ductiou. hvilh his giaut form" and bewitching now, ill ''The Narrow smile you can alraost smell ihc fresh Path" the screen version of the 1 Canadian norlhu-c'sl, and feel th slage production, she is uent on Cupid's husineES ami noble -sulf- The play i 'A.' in'Jcr the Is had a streiiKlli and pov.-cr of the great en titlng outdoors. Mr. Lcivia is espe those powers n i Italy's entry into crtul appeal and the cinema 1915 just be'ore taiys eu.ry lu he var, formUlie the kettle- lion ot it, bvOuito uni-Jiirk m t f Cuuninghani heightened by quicik- .N- Bolshevik Dcfested lening efTefLs possible only on May a surprise screen. It Is released'as-one of Pathos attack'Friday night Esthonian forces Selected Stir Photoplays and brolie tliron-h the IWshevik positions lit is an addilional giinra'itcc ot high along the .Pskov front, capturing Is-1 merit that ifiraS produced by Astra horsk and advanced to within six and'directed by-Doom; Filimauricc. miles of Pskov.'capturing pris- Un acknowledged master of screen ar- oncrs ami many cannon and machine guiis, according, to an official story has bis emnuonal mo- ment issued at Kslhonian staff head-1 racnls pictures-unerringly certain quarters. j phases of life in a treat city. It lally iidapled to play such a part, lie cause his physique alone represenl V I Ihe s'lrengtb, yet gentleness, the Yas iness. the the cleanliness, the unflinching courage of the, great N'orthwest country- where God rules and man learns to ILVU. This smiling giant who handles .a .baby wilh H mother's fights with the MAJESTIC THREE DAYS STARTING THURSDAY, MAY 29 I'm, the. Is sura to be en joyed by everyone who sees the pro- to get you aud hold you." And "Code oT the Yukon" Is being shown Cut" at the Empress-today, and tomorrow. and in addition, other special selec Is are being shown lo complete abandon and course .of a fiend, and has a shy way.wtfh the gentle sex. which is as effective as it Is dis- tinctly his own, is in a class by him- self. Ho looks out from the screen.' wiUi his mnsslve frame and the smiifi cf a boy and. sa'ys: "You see me? l.alior vouncn. is "i-- Bnd desirous" of silling as llve of the employees OB.llie hwrd iml lo act as a member btjbe board, Ottawa Confirm! H OTTAWA, May of. L> i I' A rt lilaj AU. i.iv.i.v labor has appointed of concil- those -wh ialion to deal wllh' the dispute between cemetery. appropriate lausiiage, fulj of llie spirit ot tiic occasion, Sirs. Ritchie, past regent, paid a., tribute to those who bad fallen overseas, and wjiose memories were along with J a revelation a-warning and a safe- guard besides betas hish class en- j terla'inment It will bt shown at the Starland Theatre today and toruor- row. 'Wolves of Kultur" will he shown also good t-qiliedy .'Goinjr, Going, OOTIC." lallUlL tho city of Uthbrldge and municipal employees, including street railway E. 11. of I.etU- T j. at present sjep. in the She expressed the proud privilege .the chapter p'E Ihe l.O.D.B. Had In keening as a'-sacrcd trust the plot hallowed for the soldiers onTilie city and'Jlr. e'r. lly'Coil .lo came from the "also of l-ethbridge.' tlio band, and with an "address and benc- They are'conferrins on by whojald thc'selectlon of a chairman. PROHIBITION AND WOMAN SUFFRAGE DALIvAS. Texas. May returns from-more than one-halt'Q- tbo stt.le loday showed lhat the voters of Texas 'In' Ihe' election on Ealurday _ probably bad adopted 'amendments to "tvd" state constitution pro- htbillph'of Ihe'llquor to to women. Tho vote For against, 55.153; .-against, netine revert 47.142. 51 .MS On Sunday. May IS, PCI ed lo the old time. :hat Ihe" occasion reminded ilm ot and move valhclic occasions al Ihe front where heroes o consigned lo their graves, the closed vsilh tho feeling domi- nant amongat those present that the jiMghlers of'the .Enipke had laKen on" a NEW SECRETARY FRENCH May Mosson today was elected perpetual secretary of liie French Academy, to succeed the late Bllen'ne 1 jiniy. He received 2S voles', while one vole wns'blank. Ilenrv- Bordeaux nag eleclert a tneinher tit the lacadomy b> votes .16 lake the seat of the late Jutea In .Sympathy With Winnipeg, Locals Are There soorl representation at Is hailed hy critics as the coming the special meeting called on Friday, pickford of Ihe films. AT THE COLONIAL TUe. attraction at the Colonial Thea- tre for three days starling today will be 'the'delightful Paramount feature "Such a Litlle in which IM; the neycst Jnspe Lasky star Is featured. Those wto have had the good fortune U seeing Lila ill her othe'r pholoplay successes have been charmed with her clever work, fur in corn f TdASTIES Like em Lusctous flakes feature of the" best' breakfasts and lunches! I eriiiiinB Insl-by-tho Lclhbridge Trades anil-Labor Council, to consider what action should he-taken' resard. to Ilio Winnipeg situation.-.." After a motion liad been that the Trades Council go on record as being in. sympathy with'tlic ynunipeg strike, the following resolution was put to the meeting ami executives of the local unions be noil- fled to take a strite vole, said Strike lake effect on Monday, June 2nd IS noon, result of such-vote to he turned -to Ihe Secretary of Ihe ados tonucilhot later Ihau KHday, a) oUth This means that ballots will be sent t as soon as possible to tho various calo affiliated, and if found'favorable generalstrike will be called in thiV ty ou Monday June 2nd, at 1.2 Don. y the various unions asked to take a ofc tvtll be the Civic Employees, Pos 1 Workers. Freight Handlers anil lerks, Brotherliood of Railway Car len, Machinists, Typo- raphical Union, Barbers, Drewer. Vorkers, Local 574 Miners, and Iflca 1S5 Miners. Although the Mlners'ar Ireaily on strike, they will lake a vot n 'this nucstioii, as in case their ow rouble is setllJd, they will he nrepar d lo come cot in sympathy with Wli .Ipeg __________ AT TUB MAJESTIC. WHAT (S HYPNOTISM? Most- psyciiolosists define Ilypno am as a slaleiot mental a'jstraclc ness. Scientinmlly speaking, lly lotlsm is tlir! conscious ot iniconscioi acceptance ot a suggcsttoii., To'tl pule tho eslsteaco and value of Hy notlsm loday would be ns ridiculo nl to dispute lhc existence and. yah of the airoplarte, o'r any other mode Invention. Kvery college and nnlvi sity In the leaches the pvlnclpl of hypnosis; Ihe medical profession recognize ils great value as a Ihoara- pcittic agenl; sitccesstu! salesmen arid liuilnets men learn Ils eecrets comn more succesffuKand efficient; parents liaVe learned that suggestion plays H very imporlant parl (n the hrlngini! of children; in fact, the. eliirly of the miml Is considered Ihe basis of nil human llnrnlim will explain iill o( Ihcsi) j lliln'gs In liitcre.-liUK. short .talks, after which he will offer the greatest j scientific'nml 'comedy perlormauco I ever wllnesscdJ If. you enjoy laughing, I sec llarnuni. l( you have Ihc "Miles" will ilisiir.l laem Iti one even- ittln her is a londld combination of 'romance ami venture, coupled with -snperb set- ngs and beautiful pnotography. Tho screamingly funny L-Ko com- y "It's a Uird" will put lots of laughs to' the program. This is a two reel nicdy. and one of the leal L-Ko's ot e year. Eddie Lyons and Moran will be: en hi their latesl comedy 'he Strike Breakers" another lavish j rovoker. t I.oyers ot delightful, scenery and back to nature" films will revel in j 10 beautiful educational scenic film i The World of Wonders in ark1' an exceptionally fine film ofj ic Rockies. i The orchestra v.ill be heard in ac- ouijianiment. I AT THE EMPRESS. j CODE OF THE YUKON'rAT THEj EMPRESS I One ol tha most gripping and fas-1 inating stories of the Canadiani Vorthwcst ever screened, "The Code f is now being shown rtt the Empress theatre. H Is full of He" and thrilling scenes, and is sure o hold tho attention everyone who leei II, frora beginning lo end. Miichell Lewis, who .will be re membercd for his excellent work in 'The and .several olher TODAY -AND TOMORROW A. H. Woods Presents Fannie Ward As Marion in TUe Kxtra Selected Star Photo- [ilay in Five Parts "THE NARROW PATH- As Played for a Season at Ihe Harris Theatre, New York Aisp 'WOLVJES OF KULTUR' And Good Comedy "GOING! GOING! NATIONAL ATTRACTION EMPRESS CONCERT MUSIC EMPRESS S WKere You Like To Go. Tonight and Tomorrow and Fascinating Story of ths Canadian North West iYUKON CODE With MITCHELL LEWIS "A MAN IN A MAN'S. COUNTRY" A Big Feature Comedy Featuring MABL'E NORMAND in "THE SLAVERY BRIDE" It'vou waiit tho'nest'in screen duality and service you vd'11 Uie Empress. 'First Kational attraclions are Ihe aristocrat, of. screen- land, and just.ordinary pictures won't go with tiem nt all. conies lo liio TODAY 'Paramount Preient L1LA LEE ifi y "SUCH A LITTLE PIRATE" 'Quo of Ihe best fi-ac-t features of Ihe 'year, L-rCo Comedy "IT'S A BIRD" 2 ncels (if Roars Lyons Moran Cemtty "THE STRIKE BREAKER WONDERS OF JASPAR PARK Educational SccnTc 25cand IQc SPECIAL ATTRACTION THREE DAYS STARTING Matinee at 2.15 SPECIAU ORCHESTRA PRICES: AdulH Children.................. 25c ;