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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IK I.K11IHHIIM1I-; I1KRALO PAGE FIVE MJJ- jS-E cipeitallon thai a will haTO to be readied In Winnipeg be foic it can lie reached pon olHi-o is working ul almost .lioruwl capacity, volunteers LUVIUJ been added to lake Iho L'lacco o[ ibosc who wenl out on strike. Tlie telephone. o out. but the- voted to l.lias au- before .the vlce will be available. I The carpenters union voted on the syinpathelli; strike. HKil tho result was two to one in favor o[ aiayiiif on tbo job. Tho bricklayers' look iliir action and will not go out. U.F.A. Convention At Macleod Didn't Name a Candidate OTTAWA. Moraec wre house at question time Mr. Art-ham- haul', asked bow inuih the eovcrn-1 .j. mem had ftuni the cold age- companies amlcr urJi-r-in- .cmildl Uniitlng llu-ii- profits to 11 per ccul. Sir TI'OiuLiB While: "Perfont. auJ engaged in Ibcl... ii-ilnu ot livestock and, ihc _ jtlurc. of Ihero-ron liable lo taxation under Ihc ordiT-lu I of March 'J, a'e able, for all profits in excess ul I.. ner cent, ol' capital anil mit-lislf on I ._ profits in i-xcess ot 7 per cml. up 10 15 per ctnl. of such capital unJi-r the suld order iucouncil were in from Jauusry 1 lOli 1'lic- commissioner of taja- lioi'" has been engaged in Invesllgal- ilic Ihe anil accounts ol all ncrsons and firms and Incorporated who might be liable lo smcnl umler ihe onlcr-in-council. i Niuvcstisalions are not com-. )leled, but KO fur as they bare, uto they do nut disclose prouls I In excels ol ibe amount exempted u> Ihe'ordc-rln-couucil. Many firms companies cngased 'DENY WHITE WILL QUIT GOVERNMENT TOIIOXTO. May of ibe Ottawa story ihdt air Tuoinas Willie. uiuMer ol fi- nance Is to withdraw trimi Ibe government aud hi-' appointee! general manager til ihe Canadian' llauk uf t'oi-i- merce was mi'-l; here by Sir John Alrd, Ihe teneral manager o: Ihc Canadian Bank of I'om- -luercf. Ih the ubftnce from Ihe city ol the president, Sir Kd- muud Walter. The conveiillon not down to cases j I AT THE EMPRESS riekct 1'utureV preiems Mi'.cbel its new star, in "CodI- nf th Yukon." at the Empress ioi j thy last tonlthl. I'oile o.' the! Vukon" Is a story of a VreiKh C'aiKi- dian prospector. Jean Dubo'a, whose aim ill life Is lo find IhB man who wronged his sister. A Kuuir of vrool-is 'Iry tu steal his mine and Ihey iicr- suade his wile thai slip Is not happy him. She ruus away wllh one llie baud, 'fne leader of llie bauil Cretan, for whom a woman. fallen in love wilb.Jeau works Slii' tells biui that Cregau Is man fllio Ills KiBfr. Jtau at- lenijts [o kill Cresao. but a llinboi Power saVM him tbe trouble. Jf .ill's I wife returns to h'.m an-l thluES litke a i Brighter turn. 1 I BARNUM AT MAJESTIC THURSDAY j 'flic kius of funmakers. Barnum. llie i hypnotist., ojiens a three-days' jiitui ii Mijcctic. Thealro lomor-j row (Tharsday) evening- Acclaime.ll by press and public everywhere be has aLUC-ared as Ibe world's grealcat hypnotist. Iterouiu, in addition to ol- Ifcring an atlraclion thai gives food ifor tboueht 10 .the sludenl of liypno- tism and nsyciioloE.i-. gives lo tne imb' tic in general the greatest, show of Ihc age. An entire change of prosram nil be oUcred'eai-b evenlne. and the per romances will commence promptly a S.M. LETHBRIDOE VULCANIZING WORKS We are the doctors tiro. We have the moll up-tv- datt eiiulpmtnl in Alberta for Rim Cuts. Brckun Beads our Rc-lreading li dor.t by si- perls, plain or nonakid. AH work guarantied. Oul ol orders paid PHONE 1664 712 3rd Avenue South BASIL E. CHAPLIN. Mgr. ED. Prop. IF YOUF RADIATOR IS HEATING SEE ANDY 5th Street South Ing a name for Ihe' organization and this-was 5vl.nlu.illy. pitched up. by amalgamating 3 pronusals, with the rosulL that the. orginliMlioll will be known as Ihc "United Farmers w e of Alberta I'olllical League o! Jlac- Ico.l District or Constituency." J Change Form of Government There alsp-Bome warm'discus- aion orcr the alms of the orsanlzotioil. ami the final conclusion was llial the ICIO Polllical I.e.iEUe. bill by an overwhelm iiii; inajority It was decided to limit. it to members in gooil slanclinB of I. F A aid U F. W. A. locals only. This means Ibat NM'. I- memljcrs who nre not ucliv.c farmers and members THERE welfar larmcrs' local cannot-become member of the IcaEUc. Thc object of the league as setlle iipmi by Ihc convention is "Ihe nctiv participation by members in ail [ions affecting Ihc polllical of- 'Returned Man.Speakl Mr JlcCowan locol iiresldeiil of th Qreai War VeterSiis Associaliou a neared before. ...Hip coiiTp.nliDn.-ai ftioke.on behalf oMlio retuniadisol idn. He-de'clarea That'ii.-farme chose1, a good cafldldalc- mill, one wh would act forUlicmsclves alon year which year was most unfavor-1 able 10 the packing industry.'' -Mr JMICK llobb. Hie chief l.beral he wished to direct Ilit len'lion of Ihe prime milliner lo o speech from the Ilirone in whicli considerable legislative program was omised There was Ihc question of c franchise and the house had been Fcssion Uiree-inomlis. lyit no II hail been introduced. He asked Hie xpccl il. Ho also asked when ihc ovcrnment would open up vac-ant constituencies so tlial lliose embers who have llie privilege, of ollnc on their reprcBcnlalives In arliamenl. Sir llobcrt llonlen replied in o the riucstlon of vacalil constltuen- ics-an answer linil already been giyc-n iy Ihe act'ng rrlmc minislcr. ceard lo the iiueslion of Hie tran- hisc he taid he was 10 give in today. He had not yet bad hue lo even look at Ihc papers in inection with Ibe matter. i Nol So Well Orgiin- Here As In Oilier I'arls of lion'n'odolplic l.einieuv brought the altciition or the povernmenl .vn neivspaper _larg0 to nvcrl the strike LONDON, May The Man- Chester Guardian, in discussing Ihe Canadian labor troubles, re- marks that fabor in Canada has until recently been weaker polill- cally thai in ony other part of Ihe empire- The present upheaval can not be conveniently acciunt- cd for by the familiar bogeys ol Bolshevism and German machina- tions. Profiteering on a scale un- known in this country has been rile. At the same lime the scarcity 'o( labor and the vital importance ol the ends to which it has been directed meani that Ihe workmen realize that now, lor the first time, Ihe remedy for abuses is in their own hands. The demands of the strikers are apparently more dras- tic than those which hive already been conceded in this country. _ Ottawa Mediating OTTAWA, May 2S.-IU alleimil Tonight and Tomorrow Elsie Ferguson 'The Danger Mark' PARAMOUNT PICTURE in .Five Acts ALSO GOOD COMEDY COLONIAL COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN LAST TIME TODAY Paramount Pictures Present L1LA LEE IN "SUCH A LITTLE PIRATE" By James Oliver Curwood J. Stuart Blackton's Screen Masterpiece GOOD COMEDIES SPECIAL "THE WONDERS OF JASPAR x PARK" A Beautiful Scenic YOU WILL THOROUGHLY ENJOY THIS SHOW PRICES: Adults 2 Children................... 10 FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION F LIBERAtS OF THE CITY OF LETH3RIDGE At St. Augustin's Hall At 8 p.m.. tHURSDAY, nTrouS anii at other places. thai For the piifilbsp-bt electing 111 convcrsal'Oii with tlic- lleralu ho asked Ibat a_ report ..._ CalEsr-' .licvald-of Ihe effect llml the miners in Iho W ..f dale mine ut Druiiihcllcr arc SUi