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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SATURDAY, OCTOBEU -I, rrrnnnrnfiE HERALD PAGE FIVE Suggests November in Washing- Senate io Dis- cuss Treaty Thursday PA I Orl. Cloinun- louu has -vvrillcn 1'rem'fcr Uoyd Gcorse and Col. K. M. House, a mr-in- bcr of the-American iicacc urglnp lhat a meeting ot Iho league of nallons be in Washington un- Ihfi chairmanship of President Wil- son early In Xpvcmber. Discuss L-fevre's Motion I'AIUS, Ocl. 4.- Depvuy Andre Lc- lev re's motion asking the government to oncn negotiations ilo liavo a rUJcr iiitileL1 to tlie Versailles treaty, ivhirti would render the disarmament ol Ger- many effective, was discussed in the clianibtr of deputies today. Ttie de-" puty, in llio course of tus argument, clleil Hie caso of den. von tier Goltz, tlic German commander, whose men are yet uniler arms anil making Iron- lilt in (he lialtlc ami ex pressed liis regret lliat Germany nut (Unarmed al I he moment ot the armistice. lie, however, finally witJidreu- Jus mot'uTi in favor of ihe government to rearli an understand-1 inn with tlie. nllled aim associated jMiiviTS ;i view lo the execution of measures iJic illf.inua-1 mcnl n[ Germany and her allies effec- tive by the inlerdtcllon of certain inanufaclnrEs of wur and oilier neces- sary measures." Tliis was unair.- innusly adopted. Trench Senate to Act PARIS, Oct. of the treaty of peace with Germany will be'- Bin in the senate nest Thursday and lireliably will list two or Ihree days. The belief is expressed that the pact will be ralific.il Inie in week. New German Ministries UEKLIX, Oci. billed com- niiyec of the national assembly lias approved a large majority a bill lirovidinp' for remuneration for two additional ministry to carry out the peace terms, llic rebuilding nt France and Ucl- atul (he ministry ivithaul port- folio, under tlie plan to admit demo- crats into the cabinet. I'AEUS. Oct. appointed I by tbc i-xuuilnluK details of tlie between I aiirl Holland have concluded, llielr In veEtigLillon and will present their purl on Holiday, uhen ihe full com- itilfalou will meet. The report avers that it Is In the iiUcrc-st of lor llio military to uafc the Scheldt river in times of war, but il Is hel'l (hat ft is Impossible to reconcile Hel- g I urn's claims with the neutrality which Holland Intends to retain '.n the event of future hostilities. Tho perls admit the necess'ly-of defend- ing' the Mne ot Ote Meuse and (hci provinco of Mmbourg. Lut LcMeve, Jonklifcer van Swirideren, head of the Netherlands delegation here, Mill remain obdurate and sea no I) me I leal weans ljy which llulldnd moy Le conciliated. NEW MINISTER OF JUSTICE IN GERMANY 11EIILIN, Oct. Sc'iaeller, for- mer minister of finance, has ticcii ap- ntcii minister ol justice In I be new LJerinau tab'ni-t. llerr Koch, deputy burgomaster of Chscl, becomes minis- ter of (be interior, und Dr. Kdouard rld, ivlio Jias been holding the port- lolio of of tlie interior, will become minister without portfolio. Tli'.s reconstruction of llio cabinet was forecasted a few days ago, wb'.'ii l Mat fluent, uas iss wing ihm be giv- en nhuva In the cabinet. that region whero nature is bru'ul.wllh tho man. How she ul- particulars of the Reason's line-up ot and men BO mad ia the truest lor gold, limately straightens out the matrl- acts, and la more- than pleated with The production 13 n smashing bis menial tangle and in tbe process ii ihe variety which is being routed over drama of adventure ivlth tho thrill of .wooed aud won by tho deserter's the circuit. The headline au on tic red-blooti and prituilivc emotions sure- cousin, forms the climax of thl? ab- npen'jig nil] be v! the biggest sorblng tale. .novelty acts ia vauJevil'e, In the 1 ins of "A Canine featuring ing through. There aro Borne remarkably graphic ecenca of Alaskan snow-storms with ao, exciting dog-sled race down the mountain trail. An excellent cast supports Des- mond. Tonight will be (he last showing of thid big extra at Ihe Kmuress. BILLY OSWALD HERE 11'tarls Pels, a _ _ DURING COMING WEEK' which has succeFEfully played the. ______ leading circuits for ihi past lew sea- An important event of the lal) There arc Illieen dogs In tho trical season !s tlie forthcoming ap-, K'oup, ranging all iin> -Aay from tiny pearuDce at the Majestic Theatre next terriers to big bulldogs. Thef are in. Here Monday and Tuesday, Bessie MADRID, Oct. 4. (Agsotiatfil I Durriseale In a "Trick of which Os Wednesday and Thursday. Ocl. and 'he capable liania ol their trainer the ever-welcome favorite. Billy and ihc spectator is kept busy aid. In his latest starring vchIO, following ihc various antics ol the sa. n s aes srrn hundred porsoiis the. management baji.no heslialioa l.ovt- a hi whlc> he Is saiil canine per for !ii BRING ACTION FOR AGAINST ONE BIG UNION been drowned und loss exceediDR jiesalos lias been enured, it lj eslimaUd. by the floods In southeast- ami ,buj ni-ws contlnuca to come In. TLe c'lty ot Carlegena, where -I EUH-SO mauy werc Ilooi] 'of the lower part ot tbo town, and 20 villages were slill isolated by the floods Thursday iilglil. Two fishing boils WITQ wrecked In Uje Hiralt Tortvsela, near i AjTii. lor IIIOB It la proposed (hat, llelgium and] tec lion anj conversion of the UINNII'KO. Oct. 1 Tlio In tin- liuttk' beirtcen llio One iliK Vniim ;ind was fin-d toiluy wlu-n suit uvis IJU-d in court of Ltnch by the local bruiu-li uf Tin- lirutlivhoo.] of lliilway 'lortvsi'j SLoinuci) ot thfi Oneicf'nl HiK 1'iutm on of railway-1 "l men carmifii for aiiMuxIma'.elv ('rusjicj- Tho acliun is lo retovor In one (wo liuls in >vlnch H The ju-lioiL ii for iticwcry of fuu-Iu persons hail taken reiuge were car- leged to have hccii inequity aiiyrcp-' lifd avray by a torrent ami nil the in- riatcd by ihe O. IL I.', hnini-h follow- [mates were drowned. Iiiff witli iiiterunfioiuil in A.prll. nii'l-for for illegal do ID the meantime, there is llllle to do Lut wait for Lhe big opeumg of the "Hip" vaudeville shows aL ihe Colon- j lo have unlimited scope to display bis j Three olher classy acts i inimitable drollery. ej on the opening bill I Mr. Oswald's company this season is the that lie lias Her ever had In Canada, including among I the more prominent members lleatrito I'atrica Salmon, I'hyllia PIQO-] Hughes, Mvrlle Crf-c. Al'cc tioiial screen and star, comes Shorrold Krnie Iinpitt, James .to the Colonial theatre nexl Monday, j Mount. Jamfes Wbitchouse, UIck Darr I AUcantP by the re-1 and Wednesday in (Jie wide-1 and Arthur Doyle. y jly heralded United Picture Theatre.1- According to press reports, Mr. Os- nuinher of buildings wercL_ of wald is scoring Ihe bit ol his career! Tvhich picturlzes a thrilling story of j season in "I Lore a It! artist life In the Latin Quarter, Par- is. The scene then shifting to recommending as FLORENCE REED In Her Latest Screen Success Code of Honor. Florence Reed, iho talented ill be uffer- i-riy ami documents of ihe l prop- GOVERNMENT MAY HAVE TO HANDLE ALL SUGAR Holland Le asked to agree along Ihc following general lines: First, nn arraufn'raejit on economic questions, where agreement is pos- sible; second, a Dutch ilcclaratioti con- sidering1 the violation of Dutch neu- trality liile 191S, when German sold- WlNXlPKn, Ocl. 3- Scrrclary'Unylc itrs retreating from Helghim crosseJ of lhc Detail trade bureau of (he_Win- Dulch-territory; third, a which Holland undcrinkc-s Oie plot runs sviflly through moi'irntous situations, and holds, it Js f-aitl, (Jie audience fn suspense as to tliu nUiniulc outcome until the final ?cene. Wilh this dual role, tlial of Ibe struggling young arlist in I'aTls and being one of tbc few real mus'ca] hits of (he dccudc. I VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL TO BE ATTRACTIVE FEATURE j The Colonial iheaire management j fire looking forward lo a busy season viili Ihe Hippodrome Circuit Yaude- immediate admission to the league of de'cla'raVon jlllrcg Hoard of Trade, today declared j Brawny' Giants Settle Dispute to for that most, if not all. or ihe retail Bare Fists in "The Minis of Gold" vflle Itoad Shows, the first bill of J then as Ihe n-eJMo-do American girl wiM open at (lic Colonial ,in New Miss IteeJ-is said to of- (hoatrc on Thanksgiving Day, Monday i Ifer Iho most powerful work of hov Oct The bills will be'a weekly I screen career, and in fact that talented at .ihe Colonial, playing them, star is reported to have said of "Her evcry Monday and Tuesday of each 1 thc Tivo evening performances of MAJESTIC LAST TIME TONIGHT at The TbeaCre GuilO. Inc., Oiler 'John Play that has pierced tie soul of America" By St. John G. Ervioe Prices 52.00, 75c, 50c Code of Honor" that it BELGIUM BREAKS WITH LUXEMBURG HRUSSKLS. Ocl. uc- potiiilions between LuxenihurB nml Belgium have been broken otl by Bel gium as a result of thn rcfrrcndinu In Luxemburg under which France .he cptne Luienilturg's rimncial ally. The Ilclgian minister in Uiscmuiirg lias lieen recalled. STRIKERS GO BACK NEW YOllKp'Ocl. fiien who walked out' in Uryokiyi yartls are now back at. work. Oliver Norloii, financial or the iotvil nnion, said [odny. aiions. merchants who handle sugar'in Win-1 Desmond Drama. nipeg arc coining to (he conclusion I that cahnot shoulder any further: in the Yukon, where life is in losses in connection with it. and Hie1 the mvr. men scltle personyl in Domin'oi] government may Ije obliged in. prtmiiivc-pcrsonp.l way, Molly coil picture she has ever made. MARY MILES WINTER AS I AN IRISH INTRIGUER isamc 01 capiain 01 a spanjsn government mav ue OQiigen i n. prtmiuvc-personp-i w.ij, .MUJIJ iuu-1 leatn'slKO now at a New York to undertake the retail dfslrlbulum of dies invertebrate arc lost in Uic vh" said s Gamtcbooccocchca. 'sugar. I thutflc anil only the filtesl survive in aplivalms role Mary Miles Mintcr will be seen in nc of the most SP.A2IL MAY RAISE COTTON H1O DE is likely lo entar Ihe cotlon producing Held. H Is cal'matejl the country could raise bates of cotton a year. (icrmnn syndicate lias obtaineil val- uable concessions for exploitation of miihogaiiy timber in Mexico, some o( (he cancesEion being forfeited IJrillsIi nuil li. S. holdings. OUCH! CORNS! LIFT CORNS OFF the ColDnial Tonight Only. Doesn't hurt a bit to lift that sore, touchy com off with fingers Drops of macio! Apply a on tbal bothersome corn, fn elnnlly thai, corn slops hurlinff, Ilicn you lit! il oft wllh tho (inecra. M.) pain al all! Try II! x Why wailt Your sclla liny hotdo of Krcezoho ceiil Biifdclcnt to rid your Tret or ever) Irani corn, soft corn or corn bftlwcnn lire toes, nnd calluses, wflKout sort CC83 Bl Oil--Advert UBIQUITOUS NOAH WEBSTER defines ub- iquity as "existence every-- where at the same lime.' While the power is not given to mortals, its closest approach is giv- en to'you through the activities ol a newspaper. The activities ol men, the progress of events, the new dis- coveries in science, alL over the. world are brought to you through the far-reaching facilities of the newspaper. In every land, on ev'ery sea, in the air and underneath the earth and waters, the newspaper for you the news of the. limes, the lore of the past. The wings of ihe wind, the flash of cinema, the spark oj electricity are all potent powers newspaper employs lo bridge time and space for your education and the most marvelous machinery evolved from the brain and ingenuity of man have been adopted and adapted to youi1 service, News, editorials, advertise- ments, illustrations all contribute lo your fund of knowledge, your better living, your gayely and the mould- ing of your mind and character. And all for 15 cents per week. Such value and service is not pur- chased elsewhere in the than is given to the subscribe.' of ibis newspaper.1 J iho complete shows will be given at 7 and 9 m., and a ladies' malincr; will be given each vaudeville day at TJic conijilele show will be made up ol four distinct "IIIp" circuit acts, to which will be added a snappy photo-1 COLONIAL TONIGHT ONLY Beautiful captivating roles of her screen career jj when she is uresenled aL Slarlanu on j; Monday and Tuesday in her new Am- ericau feature, "A'Dachelor's Wife." M This Is a delightfully refreshing comedy-drama, specially M-ritten for the star by Joseph Franklin Poland, wellfcnown writer for the screen. The irodurllon, which was directed by EmmelL J. Flynn, is among the most amiiiliou3 recently underlaken by the "Flying and reveals Miss Minter in a distinctly new characterization. The story has lo do with the amaz-ns adventures of a fiery little colleen from Dallyhannock, Ireland, -who comes lo America lo visit, her cousin. Upon her arrival she learns that her cousin iV Ihe mother of a haby nnd that the husband has desertefl Ihem tivo years before. She sets out lo effect a reunion but Lecomcs hill and extra orchestral music. .xHhbridgc theatre goers have een asking for a more diversified or m oi aniusenient, and ivilh the 'oonial matiagtniPHl's decision to ot-er lip.ioii vaudeville, il is apparent hat Ihc deniiind will he well IHled. Manager Drown is daily receiving a perfect Gem of a Photoplay THE WEAKER VESSEL" "FOOTBALLS AND FRAUDS" Comedv "Elmo The Mighty" 25c and 10c 11 TONIGHT j, LAST TIME No Advance in Pricei "The Mints oi Gold WILLIAM DESMOND A virile story of the Kreal [roz--en north in the days when men risked and gave Ihcir livcB to the cold in a maniacal rush Tor A Gripping Drama of the Yukon PEARL WHITE.in "THE MYSTIC BOX" LATEST OUTING CHESTER BIG COMEDY SCREAM EXTRA! The Great Comedian "The Crown Prince of Germany, Himself, the Laughing Stock of the -A ii Effective Oct. 12, 1919. Trains Nos. 13 and 14 between Moose Jaw and Vancouver will bo withdrawn. Last through No. 13 will leave iloose Jaw Ocl. 12, irassinc Calgary 13- Last No. 14 will leave Vancouver -i Oct. 11, passing Calgary, Oct-12. Trains Nos. 1 ana 2 will he op-cratcil via Ihe GlcicV.cs sub'Ji-yislon as follbu-s: No. 1 Dally No. 2 21.20 Lv Mea. Hat Ar 7.40 1 25' Gleichen LAST OPPORTUNITY TO SEE-MARY P1CKFORD "Captain Kidd, Jr." IN order that no one need miss this feature we arc shelving it three times this evening. FIRST PERFORMANCE AND TUESDAY PATHE PRESENTS MARY MILES MINTER 'A Bachelor's Wife' ALSO 'BACK TO THE WOODS' Lloyd Comedy, and "THE TIGEffo TRAIL" Episode Seven. f 1.45 Darstow 3.521 f 2.09 Strangmuir 3.27C 2.21 Carsclancl 3.1CI 2.30 Dalemead 3.01f f 2.50 Indus 2.50[ I 3.1S Shepard 2.111 3.55 Ar Calgary Lv 2.10 Train No. 3 will arrive Jlciil-1 cine Hat dallr at 12.45 anil leave at 13.05. Tratn 511 will leave Medkino Hat daily eiccpt Sunday at 12.00. For further particulars apply lo any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or to J. E. PROCTOR District I'assenger Agent, Calgary, MONDAY BESSIE BARRISCALE in "A TRICK OF FATE" Thl 3 will ho played al usaal prices and UP lo Empress COLONIAL 3 stoting MONDAY THE SEASON'S MOST SENSATIONAL PICTURE FLORENCE REED The Brilliant Emotional Actress supported by WILLIAM DESMOND, IRVING CUMM1NGS, and a huge cast in Parisian Night Life The latin Ojiarter A Girl's Fight Againit the Taint oi Heredity. The Play That Makei 'YouTnink. -3- B1G STARS IN ONE PLAY What is Honor in a Woman? Love? Modesty? Chast- ity? Faith? Hatred? Pur- ity? Find the Answer in the Picture. 3ScandiOc ;