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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOHKH 1, 1919 Tin-1 llliUAUi PAC.E FIVE R.NIM.P.IJ of Name Planned lo Cuver Amalgamation of Two Forces OTTAWA, Oct. North MounUd Police ll lo IU In the heuac (till afternoon Mr. Rowcll bill to North Mounted Police with the Dominion police to conttltute one federal police force. The nime ef the North Weit Mounted Po- lice will be to inat of the Royai Canadian Mounted Po- lice. Major-Gen. Mewlmrn announced lhat from the chief engineer of terminal! Iho JIudsuu Hay hallway. The report said that rumors of the work done on. gone to l-leces were wlihout [oundation. The work rjad successfully withstood alorm and life TrJthout'material Jmpatrmenl. Speaking on Ihe second reading ot his bill to ameud the Adulteration Act, Mr. Donald Sutherland declared that adulteration ot bran, and eliorls was carried on by nearly aU the m'.llera lu Canada. Ho charged the govern- ment with lnHy, Inasmuch as Ji had noL laken action to Improve conditions or force millers lo refrain rrom adul- terating the hy-producli of wheat. of trying to eliminate the nuisance, Mr. Sutherland, tho goveromcnt had contracted (or ovor pounilR or Bcrccnlngs from It is a play for. I vbote cravlog l.s klraljtit dhtiDi, drama ot tense of vivid In- lercst and JuceBfiaul actiou, tho wilh Iho heart-touch and the lore In- terest. It Is the Ihlrd of fen tie by Mr. Kec- nan sinci' ho. has become an latlepen- dent iiroduccr, and every inlnuto ot LJ run dc-uolcO Ihc master hand, very sec no to the- care filch ODC may DOI only expect from ul demand of an accomplished aclor Province Plans to Provide Them jAl Cardstairs and Al Vermilion UU Sept. 30, 33S.S33 members ot tnc elavators and had distributed them tbe Canadian forco had broadcast, to Iho farmers of Ihla coun- "I would like lo he "whether Ihe minister ol agri- beeu demobilized. The tolal number j (ry of liospllal iiatlents now overseas was 5 126., All Ihc military patients had been returned lo Canada. The lotal number of hosullal cases now In mlll- Ury hospitals in Canada was 6.59S, vhlclt was tho peak load. The TO In Islet; of railways, to a Q.UOS- tlonfc asked yesterday, read a report culture (or the past tew years con- sidered be was la the employ of tho government of Canada or (lie Grain Growers' Grain company." Mr. Sutherland said bran ,dls1rlhut- cd throughout Iho country was not bran, but iioteon of the rankest kind. FLYl SUGGESTS PLANSIO RAISE OTTAWA, Oct. were many gcsllons before- the commiUee. i which Ihe government. cpuld ratsc money. TKe resources of the coun- try." Including undeveloped resources, should be taied, as this would force warm momenta at this morning's meet- j ing of the special commillee of the house, ot soldiers' civil re-cstabliah- i ment." F. C. Flynn, prcBldent of Ihc United I Veterans' League, occupied the slain! anil prelty much -under a verbal barrage lor Ihe whole ol the morning, Mr. Flynn would give every man who serred In France In Kni Oct. training farina for soldiers stltlsrs will be op- ened by (he Canadian soldiiyB" settle men I board in Alberta this fall. The proviuclal demonatralion tarm al Ver- niilllon. with all Ilic present Fluff, has beet) placed al tlic disposal of Ihc board by the Alberta government, and will ho optiticd on N'ov. JS. Tor tho training uf soldiers wbo must have had tlireo montlis practical fanning re before commencing Jlxe course. Tho second will 'be in Hie Cars La district, nine miles from the Lown. will consist of 4QD acres of the ajres ot (lie Ealey ranch, purehaEcd by the boafri some lime ago. This farm is equipped with modern buildings, and while tomo additions have still to lie made, it will be opened for (raining purposes on November 1. Al Ihc Vermilion farm there tn ac corn a lion Tor aboul 100 Bludenis and al Carstalrs provision will be made for 50. ftunfeUouEcs and other buildings will bo erected al an early, dale. A gieal Tiarl of4.bc Estcy ranch is already un der cultivation by FoHier settlers." The above announcements were made at Iho PalliEer hotel laal even Ing by I C. II, Inncs Ottawa, director of the agrkjulluni brancli of the. board. Col. Inncs wll leave thov city tins morning to- vial Ihc CarstaSrs farm and make Aual ar raniieincnts for tbe new construction and Ihc carrying on of ono schpDl thi I fall. He will be accompanied by Cap' Burrows, M.C., and T. Smith sou e a. development. Fifteen grand lotteries i chairman of the Canary branch of ihi should he formed and the puhllc: "oard- should he Invited to participate; all L Carstairs will be Tor Ihe benefit c incomes over and wealth settlers who hare n ovcr'a certain amounL should be heav- j previous farming experience, Col. In lly laitd so lhat Ihe poor' pfople 1 nps stated last evening thai ii hearinp Iho hurJen ol he- Inadvisable any men-who ar I- would not be hearing Ih _ land Canada This Uhcie gratuities, aud theatres should 'now In employment lo tafcc Ihe i te paid ivitbout regard lo Iho length of service in each theatre o( ffXTf and the dependents of men who had losl Ihelr lives in any Berticc ot wan should be paid accordingly. Us estimated'ItmL this would cost the couDlry between and and It was up to the.gov- lo find a way lo S money. ghould :a commtl- f formed and charged .'with tbia v Usk alone.' T.ien, he would-lie pre- I lo bu Ihrown open on Sunday wilh a spe- cial lar of two or four per cenL nn :lcketa. This latter plan, he esllmat- cil, would lirlns in two or three mil- lions a year, since people would at- tend tbe Sunday The liquor traffic' ihould 'be-also controlled, with Lhe. gOTerniient hand- line liquor sales-from start lo.finish and reap'jyt llie prof'itq Ilqnorlu well u from Uie Ux- commlUee, and a of his -was now .irorlt seek- briwlich i. iiun HoweTer, Mr. Fljuii lilJ certain sux-' tcr course, na the accommodation strictly limsled. No inlending seflle who has less (nan 10 per cenl. ol th amount of the loan ho requires can b enroled for the Ilolli at the Vermillion'iincl Carstnlr farms training will be concluded o March 1. 1920. aflon. Flynn iras still on the when Ihe conamltt.be ud his eTldence van followed a' Urge altendaBce lo'ltt back cf Ihe r 5K 51 PARiy'S FUIURE but a manllcslatlon of some Divine] Miss Dalton mada her first big "fall in it tells of the adventures that plan not to be questioned by mau. He pictures In a dramatic role In "The the Mar.Tavlshes-graudrather -and' accepts the oihortation "Love thine enemies" literally und even risks his life to prevent his friend from aveng- ing the wroijK done to his daughter Hannah Ferguson. A less brilliant playwrjgut Iban Enine would have given a happy ending to but ot the and has estsb- granddaughter (tbe latter role beloe llshed a reputation as an emotional played -Miss PIcMord) when (her actress. That sue Is delightful comedy draiua was also proven u j get hold of ft book, In the course of 'H I theft dealings In Ibelr book and curio he dared to carry it out 1u Hie Jogiral of lied "Kitravnganre' and conclusion which though U brings "Quicksand." "Hard In which she appeared !phop. which contains the plan of. a as a theatrical trooper.- Among her j secretely burled treasure. They seek other recent successes are "The LaUy i treasure and are involved 11.1 tears to tbc eyes o( tlic au-Jieute is EO thrilling that "John Ferguson" broke nd stage technician as Frank Kee- records lor a .serious in run- experiences before I hey that it is after all only a hoax. Dot Is. Hummed "The .flame" is ono of tbc s eaturcs yet released by I'alhc Bx-1 ,._, hanse. Inc., which will handle all -.Jollll Ferguson" Is prrsenlrd by W.B Keciioil productions. I Ihe Tcatre Guild. Inc.. a litlle cooper- body of men anrt con. Iii "TLo Homcbreaker." Miss Dalloa lo make up lor tlie cruc-l dlsappolnt- s supported by Douglas iJacl.ean, t merit there is a legacy which brings man; Edwin Stevens, a fam- to a happy conclusion and ning throughout the entire Summer jous musical comedy star; frank Mary finds happiness ID her love for j season In New York and become the lirverly Travis, Xora Johnson anJljim G! CUE on. a Blruggling young au- laibari ,.t 1.I-.V- nmin.- VMT-B I MniHe McC'onnL'll, It IS a chariiiiiig I Hi or.' Douglas Maclean supports her at a moat propitious moment. ,.--._.i hnfAF. HCLICU cvery Lrancu wbo pul it on lor a week's notice of the film fans. The siory c thcsia on industrial conditions ot country today. It Is a problem lay which does not lower its cur aiii with the mere expounding of ihe roblein, but ROCS further In that upptics the to the problem: f-l'lj-tj' undfulaWy.conviacLnj fashion. run and found II impossible to take ll ihe ciamcr ior seals. ]L Is the ouly plan runiung in New York with the consent of tho striking aclora for its casl ia composed ex- members of the Actors' nil thcroforo ful- all Iho ideals for which the picture in crt-ry respect. Iho role of Jim, and there IB splendid cast throughout. 'ho nation's big quesllon now-Secre- artors are slrlking. nry of Stale Unalng, in the last1 VTho ct seals Is open pcech -tis made.Just bcforo leaving at. ArmstronK and llawortlis Jcfl-clcry said: "the world is facing] store, great lhal cf employer and i ployee. "Tbe Aflame" vis-! DOROTHY OALTON ualirea Air words. HAS FINE ROLE IN Of Bplcndld continuity in "THE HOMEBREAKER" "The World Aflame" is the story of, CaTEon Burr, a mllHooiirc manuracl-) Dorothy DP. 11 on hag a decidedly urer, wbo iras his. character'zalioD in tlie Thoraas city Is misgoverned, he runs for may-! H. photoplay, "TJic Homcbreak- or and is eluded. A tia'lion-wide', which comts as a Taramounl ot- strike threatens lo have Its inciplency; fering to Ihc Starland Theatre for to- n his city. Not only docs he quell the' night only. unreal, but lie abolishes'the cause of- She appears as ft IrarelHtiE sales- Til strikes for all lime, by adopting _ woman aud offers her ojipor- Ihc Eystein of iirofit-sharlng ia liis'iunlty for eoinc clever comedy work. own plain and inducing all other c.v-1 lenslvn labor lo Jo tho same tiling. Meantime, his secretary aud chief aide in Ihe dark limes of menacing revolution, bis former who earned promotion because bu such "a good had fallen IOTC with Ihc mayor's attractive young daughter. The love story of this wooing and winning In itself is an entertaining play. i Mr Kccnan's individual perform-1 anco is all Lbal one might expect of.. him. His supporting cast Is carefully) chosen and sives most satisfactory backing. His "big. at- tack of the alien disturbers, In Ihelr effort to corrupt Americayi working-; men, the repulse -.by the arrival .of .soldiers, -and llic midnight visit of the mayor to the secret headquar-.er.-f ot ibc done with lavlsb precision. Erperioncod judgment con.i- pels the verdict-that" "Tho. Aflame" declared one of the great film lilts of thc> current "CAPTAIN KIDD, SPLENDID Mary I'hktord, It Is safe- to ?ay, hus career had :i more'eft arm! tig story as R vehicle than nor latest Arlcraft of-1 fering, "Captain Kldil. from Ihe play by KlrJa Johnson Young, which Tvlil be the attraction at Star- land for Thartday, Friday and Situr- day. I In picture, directed by William I Taylor, a story o[ hidden treasure.! forms the nucleus for a plot as whim- si pleasing ay Rarrie and as full ot genuine humor u one of the old-, time Hoyt comedies.. I Feed? can Ilx you up. Our prices are right. were not stam- peded into paying wild prices. Kee our samples and prices. PATTERSON-BELL HAY AND GRAIN CO. Union Bank Chambers; LeLhbridgt. AT THE MAJESTIC 1 Although thiT'slory. ot "Johu Fer- the play comes lo lla- jestic on'Friday and-Saturday! Oct.' 3rd and 4l.li, .wiUi.'malJnee Saturday, alter a five month's run in York" Oily, is laid in. ItjelXorth of Ireland 'and the dialogue had that slight traco of Scotch EO frequently found in thai part of the Emerald; Isle, it is unlversjil in its appeal the'sensation- ally successful Mtfrdpojflah run oYerj' "section of tha.1 cofm'opolilan city paid" tribute to: the, genius ofTSL JJohn.fi. young _ Irish >vplaywright and, novelist.. is a de- vout oM farmer who accept5 iirs phy- ailments and family-troubles as OTTAWA, Oct. Robert Bordcn presided over a tpeclal meeting of the cabinet council called to'1 consider ques- tion i of Union lit policy, which will be submitted at the government taucuc tomorrow. In addition to Mr Robert there were pressni Sir George'-Foiler, Sir Ed- Vird Kemp, Senator I. Doherty, Mr. Senator- Blondln, Arthur Meighen, A. L. Sif- Look at Tongue I Remove Poia ons from Stomach, Liver and Boweh ton, N. W. Rowell, Gen. Mewburfl, Senator Robertson, A. K. Wac- Lean, Hugh-.Gulhne, Sir Henry Draylon and S. F- Tolmie. Mr. Calder, the only other min- ister in town, wat precidlng ever a preliminary committee. able to, attend thii 'meet- Ing of the council, Sir still suffering from Ih'e effects of hit Illness, coupled with the itrain of the war He' to leave for the south on Thursday or Major MacXclll Is- In Ihe cily-iu connection wilb Iho Inspection of Lhe cadels-here. by'the Prince. bomb officer wlllr Ihe original 3rd C. M.Ml.'s, llie LallaVion with which President Longwortb, .of the lortil p. W. V. A., was connected. The major is proceeding from LeLIi- lo Macleoil returning to the city on the iloyal train and thcii going 'lo Medicine Hal. io.thcm to paased cs, the small regard paid to extent lliaL they were brought Sims and e before Matfstrale Irwln at the city police court. Sims was fined and for run- a" bootblBctlns; eitabllshment .with oa I a license, and George Howe, 95 And costs for Mil In R withnt Un anncr neccs- Accept "California" Syrup of Figs for tha niinic California on thn rflC'kicc, then you ara sure your child la having tlio "ftrirt most hArrnlCHS liuadro or physic for IllUesloinach, llrcr ajul-bowels. Child, ren love Us dellcfona fruity laale. Full directions for child's rioie on each KUle. Give it wllhout tw, Mother! You rnnat sny BIG FEATURE AT COLONIAL Mary.- Atacl.arcn, the American Beauty of tho Screen, Mill rclum lo llie Colbnla! Theatre on Thursday, Friday.and Balnrdny in "The Weaker her first picture Since- Uni- veraal's production, "The Unpainled Woman." A Irsal of and humor are combined In this story of a small'town girl driven by her narrow, minded parents into B marriage .with Ihc-luirn's chronic ower, and who deserls him and comes lo Mew York less lliau an hour-after Eh c has made the fatclul trip lo Ihc Tillage church. The story of "Tho Weaker Vessel" will awaken memories ot oilier days in ".lie hcarla of persona who spent thctr curly life In a typical small town. -H will bring a rush ot recollections to the present small town rlwcllcr who recognizes Inr realism of the types poTtrnyedJn this The cily dweller in general and iho New York er ui particular will lafcn pleaBare In he'scenes lhat are taken a tier the girl'readies Ihc.city nnd becomes1 >arl of life aa n waitress In a Child's reataurant. i MIssMacI.arcn's huge following o admirers who love her for her slm .__jily, bcauly and s'ncerjly In her work; will a new object for their partiality in "The Weaker Vessel." Tho will be "shown for the last tidies lonlgbt. SIU MOW .CHINESE AND JAPANESE- X DNEMMAKING i All trtar tnt to 110 4th L, LMhkrldfi, Scpl. troops nndcr (he Nationalist' Mu.ilmptia rermtly sel up A separAtlst gorcmrnont In Asia Minor, htve ocapled Ihe clly rrf Kenleh.'lh souIhsr'n' Alia Minor and Hpclled the Earlier reports naJd tbe conroklng oTHE MINTS OF GOLD' .Former, Title "Alfnti of Hell" MAJESTIC NEXT FRI. and SAT. OCTOBER 3rd and 4th SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY LEN S. BROWN, LOCAL MGR., PHONE M12. THE THEATRE GUILD, INC., of NEW YOflK "THE PLAY THAT HAS PIERCED THE SOUL OF AMERICA" JOHN FERGUSON By ST. JOHN G. ERV1NE With New York Cast and Production. Sensation, Full cf That Throb Body and Soul. "One of the most tigniflcant events In tha of our theatre during the patt 15 pally 2..1919. s "It certainly never has, been excelled at tha Walker Manitoba Free Press, Sept. 16lh, 1919. NOT A MOTION PICTURE DDTPEC Nlgh'ta. I IxlvLij Saturday Matinee Jl.OO, TUc and '50c ...A. H.OO, Tte, and SOc Scat Sale'Open TueMaix Armstrong Storaach acidUy causes indigcatlon! Food souring, Wonder what lipset-yotir stomach? bother! The-moment you eat a tablet or Lwo ot Parje's 'Diapepsin the, lumps of indigestion pain, the sour- ness, heartburn and belching ol Rases, due-to actdlty, full Millions of .people know lhat it is needless lo be boihered wilh ilon, dyspepsia' or a.-dlaordr- Blotnach. A few lablels of Pape's Dia- neutralize acidity and'give re Buy.a box of rape's Dinpejialn non-1 Uon> slav miserable1. Try lo Tcjulatc'yoUr-stoni- auh, so you can eat favorite foods without rdu.qing rllstrcss. The cost Is so lllllo.. Tlic benefits Thurs., Friday, and Sat. j> "World tt Drama of One cannot recnll serlor.s film dramft of nulto such Interest to crcrv clenlcnl comprising llie I luencj ol Ihe silent staso us "The ported In that Poniesflon 6f World seen hst rttWil th.! .cljr Is of Kreal Import- Ertpresi'Tnealre, today and' tomor- ilnce Ills the rail'head o( lha row. with Frank Mir. Prim- n in play lor a play troffl Smrrat. at anus Unc, COLONIAL TONIGHT POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE -VITAGRAPH'S WONDEHPLAY "The Gamblers" HARRY T, HOREY anrt a GrMI'Cisl. H's tho mly (llnl version o[ Charlea Klein's Famous Want lo I-aoghl Sec "AD Jazzed Up" A Hear of a Cumtty, MAGAZINE v Anil Otber Fealarn. COMING1' THURSDAY MARTIUcLAREN "The Wnket A Treasure Looking For Treasure! DOROTHY DALTON Dorothy Dalton 'The Homebreaker Her compftnlon snteBnien that she was blessed iwith Ihc best "fill 'of 'gab" Iher ever listened when she tried lo reason with her .rc (hsa ietf, him tiny from" the "merry- H took Action! And be- as, there Is aclbn- anil Ihe fur pies when Harr busy In. v 44 V Captain Children, Mitl Children J "THE HOMEBREAKER" Ctrme rfdwa and ALSO "THE UTTLE WIDOW ;