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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY; OCTOBER 2, 1919 rm- i.KiimnuxiE PARK FIVE. ELEVEN POSES OF LETHBRIDGE'S ILLUSTRIOUS VISITOR France Ratifies Treaty PARIS. Oct. chamber of deputies today ratified the German pedce trejly by a vole of 372 to 53. The'chamber (hen took up the treaties between France and' United States and France and Great Bntaln. The Franco-American and Franco-British treaties were ratified. A total of 501 votes was cajt (or the two treaties. CALLED 10 LONDON, OCT. OF- FICIAL CONFERENCE FROM WHICH AN ADJUSTMENT OF THE RAILROAD STRIKE WAS HOPED HAS BROKEN DOWN. NO SETTLEMENT WAS-REACH- ED. LONDON.'Oct. ties have decided thai parliament not be cilled together In con- nection with Lhe Industrial situa- tion. jA. demand to this effect wa0 telegraphed to Prime Lloyd George by William Adam- son, chairman of tha labor par- llamentary party and leader of the houte of commons, yeiterday and rnnounctd that the.govern- ment had determined to abide by the original date of meeting, Oct. 22. :rsl oj my Intention lo run ajatn si members of tLe Theatre Gullil. Inc., hal you can organize your who direct and act t be. play, squint al portraits of the two former I day. wllli IcautEful Mary Marl.iren, Mrs. Hanksc-s. against me. I'll light you like hell." are wonJtnus bow (hey can satisfy The sceila Changes to New The mayor inlends lo carry tua the public's demand for srats lor U-ork amj out of a co-iElomerale mli- Shl into the enemy's territory, be -John ['crguson" aad carry out turo 'of Uroailway iigM3 Child's res- :clares. 'I will go lo places wnera ibe'r original plan oi presenting iral plays each .'nlvcrsa] star, as Abby Hopkins; 'hursLon Hall, as the actor, and mini- lhe oppbrlunily ot cither vindicating or disapproving his course. characters dellly of speech and maniierisms. Thla is Hie grcal play tliat comes to the Majtsllc on Friday and Saturday this week, with a special on Saturday. There Is a slrady. deraind Tor coats at Anu3trouu and Raworth'e. where [he advance siile is being held. These Are Two Great Principles That Canada Should Follow Today VICTORIA. ,3. C.. Oct. AT THE COLONIAL Llfcc all uthcr girls of her age and her beauty, Abby Hopkins, daughter of a small [own newspaper man, knew that somewhere in a romantic future her Prince Charming would be wailing outstretched arms. And Abby was- a mighty sensible girl. Is it any wonder, then, when Ab- 's failier, groaniug under ibo in- creased cost of a large family ot girls, insisted on Abby's marrying the ril- lage's 'chronic and fossilized widower COLONIAL STARTS TODAY ZScandlOc [Are you'tryiny to o------ Sir Edward Kemp Gives Fig- ures of Soldiers Unde'rgo- ing Imprisonment October. 1019, 24; "November, 1019, .14; Dcccbmer, 1910, 32; January, 1020, "fa) Number of prisnnerg whoso sentences expires after 'January one; where sen'lonce'd .bv 30, Oct. I. Questioned by lap' courts, 2, 'where sentenced ;Wr. PeJlow- In; 'till) .house', this afteS civil courts, 25; noon, lion. Arthur Mcigoen slid it cflseg wero convictions (or mur- Traa not cdrrocl that the government dcr. manslaughter, rape, tuglary, lar- had neen advised during tho war by j cency._ '5lr. Kattiom. of Iho I'roviilenco Jour- aal, thnl evidence existed which In "Number of cases not ret'reviewed, 5. (Those cases have boen tried in more I see and the more I hear orlhat lhe girrs soul crietl Ollt for her Ih's country, lhc more I am a conTlnc-j Princc charming chap lo come from" cd laid the Duke of Devon- to gel her. Dul. alas, he store governor general of Canada. not, So Abbv Wame Mrs. J. Ihe Canadian Club luncHeon today. B IUnha numher three about lie spoke or ihe posl-war atitiea oil hV mInutC5_iusL lo Ihc country and lhc relationship to, UVe a )ook the cheapness ot "the Blurted bird in a glass cage, take a mansbin of Iho Canadian people evolved the jirlnciplea of confederation, so H Is for the statesmen or our son.-5 oration lo determine and settle (he precise share of our Inside and the outside oTiligations to LbaL great com- munity of nations jvhlch go to make up lhe British -Emplro. i know that it will be nrged that' ire are fresh llabllEUcs and fresh obligations. But ]ust as in war we d W nol shrink from assuming Ihesq and liabilities, so: .n npl shrink from sbo'Jll of the number of. Canadian soldiers ulill under going terms 6l imprison- the most Important, feature-of the mcnt overseas. The figurca showed, mcausro was thai It asked ratifies- ho tfil'd. that Iho conduct of Canciillan j lion-for the nenr'ciTll service classlfl- wag inosl eiemplary ant] the cation. Ho eiplnlnod lhal durlnj tho discipline excellent. x recess, lhe classif'cation'iubmltled lo gave the foUowlnff as re- parliament nl the lasl session had jiorted by Judge Dennison, of AVinnl- peg. ilcpnly Jiitigo advocntc-Kencral: bfeen amended. The Scrrlcc Act of 191S, said ed two inclpics upon the people of Canada In theso -and economy. "Tola! number or members Of C. K. Mr. MacLenn, truly revolutionary P. In prison, July 1, 1910, undorgolng jluaaiuucli as it gave tlio power ol raak- sPout- tvna dlcd- lenience Impoged by military Iribun-; Ing appolntnienta Into the hands of A railroad employee" at Chicigo fell! on an oil can, ivns Impaled on the long Ihe clrll service commission. more.B. nnw 9. undorco I y Q VIIW LUflV UU cMi i mm uftH ?i LL his, by military Iri bnnala between July 1, 1D13, and J, 1919, 2D. Total 1D9. "Tolal numher o' mcmbfii F. hi prison on July 1, 1319, Jug sentences Imposed by Grilles, G4; sentenced by civil lies -between July 1, 1919, and Sept.' i; 19V19. 29; Grand total, 274. "Number ol military senlcnces: A: remitted, 77; Fl: commnttod, In pnrl from Imprisonment to deten- tion barracks, GO. "Number of cases In which no ac- t'on in respect lo sentence was rccom-j tnended, S6; niimlier of reserved lor future consideration, 16; number civil sentences Tor the commula- lion of which, application to the home' WINNIPEG, C. F. Mcrclary hag been inniit-, ioiai, 27i, today his In Icntlon lo seek re-eltcllon for another "Dale of release or of prisoners' who liavo Two negroes at Chicago were sen- tenced lo life .trnprisonment for par- HcipatioTi in race riots there in July. Elizabeth 'Harrison, daughter'of the late rretdent-llarrison, ivaa admUIed to Lhc Indiana bar to practice law. year on Nov. 28 next anil optncd camnaign at lhe Canadian been released .from frnprJaonmcnt.! when SioOO worker; '.between July 1, 1315 and Sept. 1, 1910, were al lunch. A certain perccnlago "Number of prisoners to.bo releas- .J driving months of September, 19J9, fcO; October, 1919. 24; November, injji, December. 32; January, 1950. 42. "Niiniber o! prisoncr.1 lo be released luring montbs.or September, 1919, 20; "Xur ril ilftr of the inert did not wish to hear what he had lo say. you want (0 hear asked Mayer Oray umiil a rcgulir liubliu'] of voices, some contending for n (air hearing and others for' him to Icave. "All right, ItilCD, am Quite salts- he sali. "1 want to tell you CAN YOU READ PARROT TALK? Can lhe increasing army of er.s tell what a parrot ja talking about? Thld la n problem which nave consid- erable worry lo Mary Pickford and her company during ths filming of "Cftptaln Kidd. Jr." which will be shown at Starlajid for the balance of the week. Of-cour.se, ivory slory which sug- giisls pliatej. ,nndj burled v treasure mujl have a parrot and this was no Pacific exceplion, in casting about for a gifted ivith'spftoch, 11 wag Jpuml lo obtain one whlch'could SATURDAY ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT Mary Pickford "Captain Kidd, Jr." A rolllcklnrr comedy-drama In five acts. This is one of Mary's heal and most onterlainins pic- ''THE LITTLE WIDOW" an excellent two'-rcel comcjy, and OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE Adults 35 CtnlE, Chlfdrcn 'SATURDAY MATINEE, CHILDREN 5 CENTS. A Saver to pocket book and HeaJth, and a deliqht-to the palate. Do as ypur neighbor is doing and ciit the hiah cost of Irving by Instead of tea and coffee, :o taught the nctessary cept a Panamanian parriot, which was rather loo well'gifted colIqcu'ilally. Tliat Is, wlich lie asked to eay 'I'rctly lie WAS inora likely lo cl go a airing of profanity that would an army mule ,IJy Llie time the picture was completed Mfas PIclifoTd and her corps nf fel- had been iinible to get an answer lo their query, "s.6 llial Hie showing o( play must deler- mino Iho Question. 'JOHN FERGUSON11 AT MAJESTIC FRIDAY There 13 a tinge'of Irony (n tbc'fact HiaL "John the play of St. John Q. KrvJne. which was produced In New York City by iho newest of "Hlllc theatre" niovcmenls" for an en- gagement of only one week And afl fl reproof, to the "commcrclalV managers who bad feared to put on a .drama (IfRt'had an unhappy ending, should roL only h.ive made a BOnsatlonal ar- lletlc And hox otdco silcCcES, but should actually outlive every oilier production of all kinds In .that cily, ft VAS'Another case o( lhc managers gucsalng wronff. Tndccd, Lhn enor- mous success of UiH Irish play has proven ftbsnhitcly emharress- ing, for Instead of Iho ono week orlg- Innlly announced, li'Mh and ran lo cnpaclly audiences, nnd (a now In lie fjflh month, after having noVcd lo blgepr theatre In order lo accommo- dale the crowds. In Uc meantime tho PPRESC l_l JONIGHT LAST TIME Frank Keenan Crcalcst Jlasteritiece vgjr "The World Aflame" Also a ChrfsUe Comedy Find Ijfltest Polhe N'cw5. COMING FRIDAY j'THE MINTS OF GOLD" Vormer TfMe 'prints of ifcll" liable Johnnie Cooto as J. B. Hanks. "Elmo Tbe Mighty" and lots ol comedy vi'ill also bo sbov7u. "THE WORLD AFLAME" AT EMPRESS TONIGHT FOR THE LAST TIME. Sesutifal HaryMacLaren 'oitftrfecf Gem off Photoplay: THt WEAKER HERE'S a picture that's too good to be of types" you know, city matic to the last notch ycl.packed with- but full of thrills. See it and you'll have the most-delightful hour you've spent this year, Now playing, ALSO SHOWING SECOND EPISODE "ELMO THE MIGHTY" -AND "Footballs and Frauds" ViUgrapli Comedy, M A ircTir TWO NIGHTS ONLT MAJtDllt-WED.-THURS. S. Brown, Resident Manager Phone ,1722 OCTOBER 8A-9th B, E. LANG.PRESENTS THE x INTERNATIONAL FAVORITE BILLY OSWALD la the Original Comedy with Huslc. 'SI mm 91 acc'ra' I LUffUU LUUU1U By IJonnell Scott and James Whltehouse Wlli an Exceptional Company o! Muslcil Comedy t'avorllca, Including BEATRICE CARMEN 20 Sparkllno Song Hits, Special Scenic Production, THE "SURPRISE" SHOW OF THE Salt Opens Monday At Armstrong Raworth'i Jewelry Store. PRICES: 75c, ud 50t MAJESTIC Ltn S. Brown, Rcildent Manager SAT. NIGHTS WITH SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY OCTOBER 3 AND 4, THIS WEEK THE THEATRE GUILD, INC., PRESENT -.1 "Oae of the most significant events in the history of our theatre during lhe past fifteen Daily 2, 1919. By ST. JOHN G. ERVINE THE MELODRAMATIC SENSATION FULL OF WONDERFUL THRILLS THAT THROB EOOY AND SOUL. ,1 "A ONCE-IN-A-GENERATION Pricei: Saturday Matinee, 75c, 50c selling M 75c, 50c 8tore' ;