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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta vnnuv. n, 1010 u-rniimmnK DAILY ifETut.n FIVE Unionist Caucus On Thursday Paves Way For Permanent Union OTTAWA. Oct. official state- ment, covering thejirocecilinga at the Unionist caucus today was g'vcii out tonight. It is aa follows: llunio Cronjii presided over a cau- cus of government supporters this morning' at which there was u very full attendance. Tho proceedings wero characterized Ly carne.slness atn! unanimity. Sir Hdberl Ilordcn ad- dressed I ho caucus for an hour and pointed out In lhe first nlai-c flic plat- form cons'Ming of twelve articles thai was Bubnilltetl Lo the people ot Canada on Oct. S, 1917, and upon.which the KOVcrDmcnl received Its mandate from the people. Ho emphasized the Tact that hi Iho policy thcu outlined, there -nrcrc Involved nol only the vigorous prosecution ot the war. but many im- portant subjects. Among them were civil service reform and the abolit'on of patronage, the extension of the franchise to women, adequate taxation of war profits, effective arrangements for demobilization, the care and voca- tional training of returned soldiers, for assisting 'in enabling them to lo- cale, upon the land and for adequate pensions. Resides this, lhe policy Lad included the development of transpor- lation facilities, co-operative manage- ment of the various systems, the cn- and development of liuilding and the investigation of the possibilities oi air service. It also ccnbraend effective measures to pre- Tent excessive profit and II included the general development, of the varied resources of Canada, llielr cunscrvn- tion and utilization for ihe advantage of the consideration of the needs o[ the tmlusirhil popula- tion and the matntenadce of goud rL-la- tlons between employers ami em- ployees. Fulfilled Its Pledges The prime minister strongly empha- sized the fact that the record oi the govpmmcn.1 In'the fulfillment of Us jiledgte to the people was unequalled in llic poli'.U-al history of this coun- 'try. He then proceeded to elaborate at considerable length the policy which should direct and control the adminis- tration of public affairs during the life lime of the present parliament, He. invlied the close and earnest cons id eraiion of tho supporters of the gov- ernment to the program ilius outlined ami he suggested a later dalcTlhat the should be held' at'which Iho opinions of Hie iiionibrTH of the parly, after due consideration, should ;be expressed upon Iho program which 'he suggested for their .consideration. The proposals of the- prime inln'sler were received "'with' enthusiasm and approval. Severn' members. of the government, including Sir Henry Uraylun. IUr. Bifton, Mr. Novell. Sir Ccorgc Foster, Mr. (.'aider unit Mr. McLean were called upon to speak and their addresses were received Tvarm applause. A" Warm Reception Sir Robert llonlcn was greatly touched by Ihc spontaneous and warm ivelconiG with which he was greeted. Jin announced his intention, under the advice of his physician, of tak- ing siich rest from active v.'ork as would enable him thoroughly to regain Ills' usual health anil vigori The caucus broke- up .with enthus- iastic cheers for Sir Robert Bordcn, for tfic ministers who liiul spoken, and for llic Union Government. LONDON, Oct. The outstanding event of Ihc week In couth Russia IE the rapid ad- vance of Gen. Denikine beyond Kursk, while he has been continu- ing progress on the rest of his front. He is now only about 240 miles from Moscow, where it Is rumored martial law has been proclaimed owing to fear of raids. Admiral KoCchak alto continues to make progress. The Bolshc- vlats have removed lo Bolsk. and It lias stuck to mo ever since. Now 1 hhve to use it in evtrylhing I ilay or the people thing I am an im- posier. IVIly Oswald roines to Iho Majestic next Wednesday and Thursday. Oct. Fergus on1 is a drama, the like of wtik-ii it lias seldom Ihc good fortune of Uia people of ihe. o'ty lo eujoy. It certainly 1ms never been excelled at Iho Walker. Tlic may not Imply mush; but the S anJ 3. in. "1 a bia Is gripping in Us drainatii: musical play. well framed in consATiic- (ion anq eiceptlonil In Its literary quality. The lure of itat haunts dramn throughout 'is (our THE WEAKER VESSEL" MARY haunts dramn througb MCLAREN'S LATEST PICTURE has a charm ,hflt IB and ll is prebentcd by a cast of ci- Story of Small Town and Bright Lights Of Broadway Seen At Colonial Theatre. "The Weaver new Unlver- sal special atlraclion. foaturius Mary! who.' however, weaves 'Irlfh dranialij-ls have done much r lie stage, and St. John Krvlnc, jilie author of Hie play, Is a reallsi around lhe MacLarcu. which is novs- playing at CLAIM N. D. BANK WA3 WRECKED BY POLITICIANS ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. Oliver S. Morris, editor o( tho non-part Izan nt SL Paul, the official organ of the Xon-Parllzan League, issued a statement hero today reGarding 'nc closing of the Scandinavian-American Hank o[ Fargo, N. D., yesterday. In which he slates that the "officers of the bank state they expect to start proceedings against slate officials on grounds of conspiracy to wreck Hie bauk for political purposes." winsome fl'irin (if this bc-autiful young star that has come from the Universal: studios. .Miss Is ca-t aa i Ahby Hopkins, the product of a New York i-umll town. HivJiy her own opinlona on tho place a woman shtiul-l occupy in the worlil. tlic is bro'ru-n heart fid when her insist lhat Abby marry a chronic widower, J. Hanks, who ias already laiil a.way two former and is hack on the. matrimonial market for H third. Tliurfilon Hall plays opposite Miss MacLaren, an] Johnnie t'oyke. inimit-: able comedian, gives the final touch of mastery to the character of J. H. Hanks. His work is undeniably fun-. ny. but the eomic effect is of a differ- ent sort from Ibal created by Hall. Klrcc-r Ellsworth is responsible for, the story of "The Vessel." I'aul Powell directed the production. Others in the casl are ElUc-l Ritchin, John Mackay and Annie Schaefer- "Elruo The Mlglity" and a good com- j edy arc also being shown. chief character John Ferguson, rays- lsin and fantasy, but the force iiicndous In us numani y. That of course, the grj-ai stjcnyth of s play. While tie play '.s almost perfect in WYOUUM A Snow nllzurd in the Klondike. I.ilc in the Gold Region ot Alaska. A Thrilling Dog-Slcil llacc Dc.wn l.illiinuit Drive in tlic Yukon. How Iho Canadian Monuted Police icl Their Maa. WONDERFUL PLAY OPENS MAJESTIC SEASON TONIGHT The Majestic theatre for lUe 1S19-IS20 season llils evening, with the latest dramatic sensation o[ New York Cilv, "John Ferguson." Tlic dramatic crillc of the Winnipeg Free Press in rovlQwins the perlornl- anee o[ "John Kereusoii" at (he theatre there "The hright lights again all aze in Winnipeg. Tile Walker has rc-opencd and a great crowd, of pat- rons were iiresent last night at the deleclaMe itltfrixg Manager Walker hail provided. "It was n glad.soinc llic DIR theatrical enlertailimcnt centre lias heen renovated and re-tlecorated. It J has a clean and inviting npliearance, i ready fcr a long list uf high-class I alira'clions tliat arc iiromiscd fcir this setiEOn. x. TONIGHT AND Mary Pickford "Captain Kidd, Jr." A Most EnJoj-aWe Plcturo. Bes IL "Did She Do Two Heel Mack Scnnett Scream, and "TOPICS Of THE DAY" Adults 35c Children 10c SrifcEal Saturday Matinee, r' Children JC its U'chnU'al Fkill. it is tragic in its I for llir irony of is there; and the outvome is rclcnilcss tvolu- j IIOJL bacV, over ihn night the thought occurs iK-rhaps thi? most us do HOL tlib liiluo the Waller lo this city. To haio the honor of giving to WJunlptg thii extraordinarily f'ne drain A. with it- conflict of ideals, a struggle between human v.-Jlls, dees not full To the loi ot many, and -we speak ivhh confi- dence that hpjrtciation will not. he lack'ng or praise withhc'.d this week by the people ot the c'ly. The pro- COLONIAL TODAY SATURDAY It's one or th" Heal Jlig of the Yoaj' Beeufiful tUiction is an event Uial is sigiiLfiraui oi Cai'ada, oti route- TO the Pai-itic in iho lilrtury rf llio lot al tlieulro cousi, at Uio Majestic, on Kn- and who sec ii will he tlio gainer, i day and Saturday iliis week, J. I Vi'iili a spec'iil on'SalurJiy 'JciJin KtTEUHon" will OP tinmented .ifu-niomi. The halo ul Ly same woti-Jcrlul That i-i un ai and ]luworth's is now louring all the tides jewel'try slure. in Gem Photoplay THE WEAKER A Stunning Six. Act' Feature SECOND EPISODE OF "ELMO THE MIGHTY" Comedy "FOOTBALLS AND FRAUDS" Anoiher of the Great VILarraph Comedy Riots Special Klildics1 Maunee, p 0C MA UrCTir1 Two NlGliTS ONLY MAJfcMlUwED. -THURS Len'S. Brown, Resident Manager Phone 1722 OCTOBER 8lh-9th B. E, LANG PRESENTS THE INTERNATIONAL FAVORITE In Iho Original Comcilj- wilh Music. I Love a Lassie' By Uennett Scolt and James Wilh an Company of Musical Comedy Favorites, locludlns BEATRICE CARMEN William A Hough-house Fight Between Cave- men of the Klondike, How the -Miners Spend Their ono in lhe Slag Saloon of Ihc Gold Coun- try. William Desmond in a Gripping Dramn of the Gold Region of Alas- ka, i AL the Kmprcas today and. tomoi "OUR MARYJT WORKS HARD OTTAWA, Oct. Z. Speaker fl, having ruled fit tlic cloao of the "ncn JOHr V They-know that most Indigestion, and studio ready for moro wort, a few Pcl ll in Purc .bisiiratcrl >'ou Iccl "ncomlortoble when stomach arc from acidly. (powder .or especially belch gases, acids or raise sourjThe relief comes quickly, no djsap- undigested foort. When you feel lump.i; iiolctmcnl! Papc'a IXapcpsin taste.-" I ,.r i_.nHnniinn [like candy antl n box of this world- famous imlfgeilloln TCllcf costs You'll like from wheat and barfey, carefully btend- ed and baked, A delicious nourish- ing cereal food. Catarrh Of The Stomach Is Dangerous liousanai Have It and Tlon't Know It." Physician FriKHieally In- To Ilecogntee Treat. "Thou-jands of people suite-- more >r less from furred, coaled ongue, bad breath, ESHT stom- ach freinent vomiting, In [ilomacb, erucl-aHons, wmO. ind slomarli acidity and cvl it indi- gestion when in rfcality their trouhla s due to naslric catarrh of stom- writes ft New York physician. Cfttarrh of the slSmach Is (lanRor- ous the mucous membrane liniiiE of thfe stonnch is Ihlclsenctl and a coatios of phlegm covers the surface that the digestive fluids cannot mix u-iih the toad and digest them. Thia condition soon breeds deadly rhseigc in the fermentciJ, unassimilalcd food. The blood Is polluted and carries the infection throughout the hody. Gastric ulcers arc ant to form and frequent- ly an ulcer is the first sign of a dead- ly cancer. tn catarrh of the sloimch a good and" sate treatment Is to take before meals a leaspoon'ul of pure BiEuralcd Magnesia in half a glass of liot water; RB hot us TOU! can comfortably drink it. The hot water washes the mucous froin' the stomach walls anil draws lha blood to the stomach while the I blsurateil mpgnesla i? an excellent' Eolvent for mumus and increases tho! 'clficicricy of the hot Moreover the Bisuraled Mngncsla will; serve as a powerful hut harmless antacid which will ncul-raluic any ex- 'ccss hydrochlorifi-aciil that may he in i your stomach and sweeten' Us food' contents. Easy, natural digestion with-[ out distress ot any kind should soonj follow. Eisurnlcd Magnesia Is not a laxative, U harmless, pleasant anil easy to take and be obtained 20 Sparkling Song Hits. Special Scenfc Production. THE "SURPRISE" SHOW OF THE Sale Opens Monday at Armstrong R a worth's Jewelry Slbre. PRICES: 75c, and 50c Sit'kness pievlention MAJESTIC Tonight--Sat. Night With Special Matinee Saturday LEN S. BROWN, LOCAL MGR., PHONE 1722 THE THEATRE GUILD, INC., PRESENT. "One of the most significant events in tho history of our theatre during the past fifteen Dallv Star, Sept. 2, 1319. JOHN FERGUSON By ST. JOHN G. ERVINE The melodramatic sensation full o[ wonderlnl thrills tlmt throb hody end "A ONCE-IN-A-GENERATION HIT" Prices: Saturday Matinee... 7Sc, 50c Evenings >..L....... 75c, 50c Seats Now Selling al Armstrong and Raworth't Jewelry Store. "Pappus Diapepsin" relieves Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomachs at wailing! Read. hours later. The picture !g on view at tlio Slarlaiitl Ihcalrr, this week, antl drawing record crowds. No ono should fall to ECO it tonight or tomor- row. fiarcd" for (his Indigestion pain, heartburn or head- DILLY OSWALD SAYS WE'RE ALL COMEDIANS BUT DON'T KNOW IT "How do you replenish your supply oT comedy each wna the tlort propondecl lo Dllly by n western nRWepaperrnftn Iho other day. "t'roin Iho comed'ans In real IKc ivaa Mr. ORWftld's "Very few people rcallio (he funny thlngn they say And do, but K you will Just stop lo notice Ihosc things for ti fow days you wlJI find that vhnl I say Iruc." "Tflko fof Inatanco my catch "Is lhal a fac." 1 picked thai up at my clul) In Ihe old country. One after- noon while VBltlng (or a friend to keep AH appointment I ti a i> pencil lo note ri pollllrinn extolling tho mcrlla ot lils party lo a member who was a bil borcti nnd Hio worse from H liout wltli Johnnie Walker. The politician Bfitmcd to cr.irc fln argument, hut the ofily reply he rcco'vcd lo nny of hla al-nlcmcnlB was, "Is Ilia n facVr After n few minutes of this I bcgnn to HOC the humor of It nnrt Jolted It down In my -noloboofc, I ii5cd It Hint season ID Ihc part 1 happened Lo be playing I Patterson-Bell Hay and i Grain Company L'nion nanh Chambers, j bridge, personally superintend 1 tho shlppinc n( ihclr HAY AND GREEN FEED under Eovcriimcnt free They rto not leave H to the oth- er fellow. nclie from acidlly, Just cat n tnblei c-f harmlcsa and reliable Papo'a anil tbc stomach distress is little at drug Mores. I'apc's Diapepain helps regulate your stomach can mt favorite foods without fear. vert. SIU MOW .CHINESE AND JAPANESE SILKS DRESSMAKING All kinds of ladles' and gentlenie'n'fi shirls made lo order. 110 4th St. 3., Lelhbrldoe, Alia. AUCTION SALE ON MONDAY NEXT ON THE PREMISES, 1717 FIFTH AVENUE NORTH OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, "COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON, Auctioneer TODAY AND 'TOMORROW William Desmond The Mmts of Gold A CHIPPING DRAMA OF THE YUKON Men .froze to death In HIP snovr, porlshcd In and slorvcd in Ihc bleak Wiislca of that Yukon country In a crazed rush for gold, Tor yellow vrenlth which lay on Iho ground, and around spec'.ac- ular period of Alaskan history this atory has hcon bulHT wilh Wllllp.m Desmond Dan nurke, a tc-nrtcrfoot proapcctor who fought hard anil ho the square, PEARL WHITE in "The Mystic Box" ALSO SPLENDID COMEDY Crown Prince Himself, Ine Laushlno Slock, of (ha Wcrld" ;