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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATOKIMT, MA.V 31, 1-.MUS, May Hilled and associated powers, (be I'arls newspapers declare, uusmtnousiy will accept no important inodln- lalion o( tho peace terms as a re- suit o( tho Qerinau counterpiopos- als. The allies also will reject .oil verbal discussion. Tho Kciio de Paris, says that (he answer of the peace confer- fni-e 10 the Uermsii (joanler-pro- IKMls will be. very short. The answer wiH reject almost entirely ihu German susscslipiu, Hie Kx- telsior says. lew points on details of territorial clauses, it adds, may receive some retouching. BERLIN, May German (or Uiilrlcls to im- portation Into Ofrmany of Krencli an.l olhar goode. such as food, cigarettes, soap, which hava found their way even to Tlio prices of these- Boot's have been very hlth. they have forced down lha prices of interior substitutes rallible heretofore In Germany. Won't Modify Blockade. UERNE. May 30.-Tho Swiss fed- ml council today save om a slate- man! in which complaint i? mailo that has been unable lo obtain of the transport from Anienca with blockade, of Germany, Hie j troops airoa'l. w jrmiiR ui. lliera to the entente. The newspaper; stales that this violates tile rerohit-1 m ionary principle o! the righl of delerminaUon and points out lhal un-; tier the old regime no action was legal until approved by Iho bundesralh. the machine la traveling at the rale of sisty miles an hovr. On .Moniiay lUe the government.- -responsible- for the; Knowledge 01 miBiisu. j government.--respousioiu iur me "It has been noted that the preamble! constitutional, political'und historical i to tho con- j en-ecls of such procedure. talneil .many-phrases similar lo those. ot Ih'e- stalement ot May 29. I :Would Sign Separate Peace -May number of prominent Germans, cblcfly llavar tl conference In Swilzer- Wild''with representatives of tlie a] j powers, dispatch rcccly at and it is be- ife'vcd that 'Bavaria and other south j German slates' have been offired peace' conditions 'In case there slioulil be n. question of a peace.' fiTie .German'" government, Iho report Adas; Is wllti' Ihe sttualltm and it thai severe niJi-l surcg wll.l be; UkenNa'tainsl the- per-1 Eons involved. r. Talks i BERLIN, Jiay can fonnd who ;would attacbfbts name catlivalent to a'death isenlcnco of. the !alherland.: 'rnan ambassa'dor at Washington, .-.vheu '_ .reporls easier lu iTHE MAN I f to work and tor eistitecn monlus he labored, during which liioe lie spent nearli- seven liuuilrfa1 IhousanJ dol-H 'and Ihe rrsuH of bii work i and pulpit, critic an] cynic, and Fpectalor cverywlu-re shown, Ilie one oulsUiidin? an.l supremo achievement in the history ot mniion pictures. Herbert Itawiinion. Sylvia nrramer. Irene Castle. Leslie Urosimlth, Philip Van I.oan. Julia Arthur. Kfflu Shan- non. Marjorie Ilamheau and a host of other internationally [nmous screen and slago celebrities seen in tbe picture. A total casi ot over livo tuousanii people appear into tho big j scenes It takes over two hours to present upon the screen. Everywhere Ihe picture has been Rliov-n in tlio big- ger cities thousands have been unable to gain admission. Manager Brown ot the C'olon'.i! is confident thai thu sliovvlnn ot "Tlio Common Cause" at Hie I'oloninl Monday, Tuesday ami Wednesday will eclipse all former records and advises liUOmlins patrons to alteiul early. Not since Ihe proilat-lion of David (iriffilh's famous ii'.m! "The liirih of a Nation" has tliorn '.been any motion picture produced j u-hii-h for sheer iind Tcffect inn compare with the mighty jmln 0, ......L-. iiiroduclioii "The Common Cause" Me builds a-brldgo U> -.1 belter job, (which opens a three ilays engagement to cjlnib In t'.io at tbo Colonial Theatre starting EMPRESS He'Gain, By Thrift? an rjuestiqned rcBardtng iiress" frbra'Parls -would be. jcf n'i.rh 'stgB'.the, .''ilian 'Count He sfits up.a ladd world.' 7 He himself "anU his family a. better.chance. .He develops self.r'elbnce. He: is'-ready tor sickness'or haul 'luck, it it What Does Thrift Mean In His Work? He has 1oo much respect, for umo o w'aste it. He has too his ilrength-16 ool's lo injure'.of waste capable ot. 'iiandllriB men's is marked1 lor- a bolter jpb. other he is Lone, amend.tlic.unacceptable unfulfillabie slipulations of...the A .'German; Press j Comment _ BEtllilN, JlaV news full peace not as yet been published lii any entente conn- try, saying- Itat or. Ihe contrary the German legal .union has Issued iho complete toil in GBrman, French- and English-wllh'a map showin'eUhe Ger- man'territory lo bo ceded and Is', giv- ing widest, clrculallon. Tho news! papers declare the publication of Iho treaty "text Is especially curlailed In France, where Uie Carman replies and answering noles.are also sakl lo havft been anpprosaed hy Iho censor. 1C Is claimed lhat Ihoaa melho'ilf have been resorled to- "concea tbo severity of, the terms from the enlfenle' peoples'and deprive them "o the opporlunilT to jitdge of Ihe apt ness ond Jilsllca of (he German coun No't Depoed Yit Y, May slory that Wtnterateln, president of the palalinalo had been deponed by tho French, .which haa been ciirrenL loday, was denied lyHho Frankfort Gaietle, which says thai he is absent from Iho palaliflata on'a buslnesi trip.' ;lt says, that Ihcr French are still ac- live In worttng for the separalion ot Iho palalinalo and Ihe Rhinelantl from (he German empire and have issued a "new handbill pointing out Ihe disfed- vantages of remalnlnfc'wUh Germany nnd !he nilvanlagcs of becoming buf- fer slates.' Tho French have absolulely'rloset Itio Iho occupied an J'.'-J-' ills 'Marines, help pay: of vic- tory. His- invejtinenl. {In Savins' makes him a part. of ibis ernmenl. Ills savinci help-to protect-every Canadian home. Ills vfc- sources'irhtch mate Canada; Invinc- hle.J What Doei Hli Thrift Mean to Jht Community 7le helps industry by the avoiilanca >f waste ill lime, energy, materials Momlay. When J. Stuart Ulanklon, the pro flnccr who was made famous over- night by his fortner triumph "The Bat- lle Cry of I'eace" was approached by the Vltajraplt Confrjaliy relative (o producing an opii; which ivonlrl typify civilizlttiQn's Iremendous fetfort to bold democracy, hP. consented lo pro- duce a picture whjch would live for all lime. He was loW that neither lime nor money v.'os to be spared .in the production, lie was yitl to gather about 111 in an. array (if screen star who woulil uphold pi the production. So limits Of aiiy were set npon him. With world to choose j from for lime and stars, with niilhing lo restrain him in his ambition, he scl The Greatest Photoplay of the Decade j. STUART BLACKTON'S Supreme Achievement The Story with a Laujh, a Thrill, and a Throb THE -THE PRODUCTION YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR md moiiey. force amons tf acquires good judgment and lelps promote the general welfare. He gels Inlo Ihe class ot those who io things; MAJESTIC LAST TIME TONIGHT Barnum King of Kunmakors World's Greatest Hypnotist Prices and. Smok Talmatlge In Liteit SELECT PICTURE OVER 5000 j PEOPLE IN THE CAST Written by J. Hartley Manners V Screen Time Produced by 21 Hours T Vitagfaph SELECT PICTURE I A i 11 Pi L "Who Cares" I With An All-Star Cast, Navy Cut" Cigarettes wrappo-J in Tin (oil. r BsM A j RSTIC. narnnm, king of funmakers. will ap- pear for the last.time "at the Majestic Theatre tonight anil as this .will be ho famous liypnotists last appearance here It is expected that j a Us audience will greet him. Uarnurn offers' the gre'atSst laughing show on narth arid maWs his sole, aim lhat of mak'ing his audiences laugh as thcy- nover laughed before. >A. cordial In- vitation is extended to all membors of tho audience lo goon Iho slage during Bnrnnni'i tests, and the bigttjl class of subjects loofccd lor tonight. The performance, will start" sharp at S.30. 'ATSTAHLAND A-thrilling face'ioa wireless stalion and the effort to fiaalf a telegram to a COLONIAL TONIGHT FRITZI BRUNETTE Cn t The Sealed Envelope THE RED GLOVE GOOD COMEDIES ZScandlOc ADDED ATTRACTION CHESTER OUTING PICTURES 'From Scales to Antlers' Also Bin Comedy Feature STARTING MON. A. H. WOODS PRESENTS Fannie Ward {Common Clay' Adapted from the famous drama by Kirikead ,A SPECIAL-FEATURE Clay" shows lha' all mankind is of one origin anr moral weakness is not. Hie chare of Ihe poor and lowly alone. The slory o! a lovely woman who stooped to folly. A sirens drama of human frailty A thriller of city life wilh a -va- mail as Ihe victim. Including HERBERT RAWUNSON. SYLVIA.BREAMER, HUNTLEY GORDON, LAWRENCE GROSSMITH, MILE. MARCEL AND IN THE PROLOGUE AND EPILOOUE JULIA ARTHUR, MARJOR1E RAMBEAU, IRENE CASTLE, VIOLET, HEMING. EFFIE SHANNON "THE COMMON CAUSE" is the most realistic, enthralling story of pat- riotism, potential with uplifting thoughts, ever produced. Everywhere this stupendous production has been shown, the theatres have been'unable to accommodate the crowds who clamored for admission after the initial performance. For your own convenience we urge you to attend the mktinee's if possible, or if you are unable to attend, the matinees, endeavor get to the theatre early in the evening. HOME OF LATEST PARAMOUNT AND ARTCRAFT PICTURES TONIGHT LAST TIME Famoifs Players-Lasky Corporalion Hun Within' DOROTHY GtSH, GEORGE FAWCETT, AND A SPECIAL STAR CAST AT TONIGHT, LAST SPECIAL FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY, WM. S. HARTV In his very Aricraft Picture "The Border Wireless" See iliu.dtcal v. This Attraction Will Positively Be Shown for 3 Days Only Monday Tuesday Wednesday Matinee Daily at 2.30. Doors open at 2.00. Once'Nightly at 8.15s. 'Doors ope n at 7.45. PRICES FOR ALL PERFORMANCES: AduHsSOc, Children 25c ;