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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. OCTOliKU J'JIU TUT? IMILY PAGE FIVE House Will fiit Wednesday 'HII [he End the Session Always Held Their Ground in Tighl do To Ottawa NIAGARA FALLS, Ocl. 6. Canadians In Flanders always ]n tig hi places, but they always held Ihelr This was the tribute of the fighting king of Lhc Belgians to Canada's overseas army, as ex- pressed In conversation with the Hon. N. W. Rowcll, who received Ktng Albert and his party, on half of the governor-general and the government Canada, In reply to tlie Invitation of the govern or genera I lo make a visit to Ottawa, His Majesty said he regretted that lime and ar- rangements would not permit of the acceptance of this. I OTTAWA, Oct. C.--AI uuritfou lime I !li i ilit; o( commons ilj's ader- noon. .Mr. McCJiliboa aahtd If il was the Intention o[ llic government In nc.y war to Im- 's lo prepare a nourishing, nholesomc lunch for boy or girl or man or Tvoman PEANUT BUTTER Here yon have the old time Pennut liutter vailly jmpj-ovcd, Every can conlnlns quantity, quality cnJ cronomy. You'll like Your kat il aid die "n'anlmtre" SuffrJ R, L COMPANY LIMITED CAI.CAHY SASKATOON REC1NA ale nurses who scried with Uie perial forcce. ''Under the present order-In coun- cil war eerr.'ce graiii'li'." Hie minister of militia answered, "Can- ad fan graduate nurses serroJ overseas with tbe imperial forces -on: v I arc no I entitled ti> I Mr. Lcmtcux 'Informed Ibqt DO iaclloii iraa COD I crap la toil the sov- I ernuitnt lo remove the handicap wh'ch vow eilsls against the Imporlallon of IFreiicU goods on Uie decline ot tho Prencfc franc. A resolution ivas passed to Fermii ihe house to sit on Wednesday Bights LIU the end ot tlie session.. KroLsl Lapointc asked Ibo govern- ID en I If (hero was fmy definite Inform- ation OH to when Canada would be at j peace with all European nations. At I present the country was m a stale or war with certain European na- lions. Sir George Foster replied that it impossible to give lliis informa- tion at present; rcrlaln conditions in Europe precluded giving sux-h definite fnroTmatfonj He (old Mr. Lapolntc that 11 was improvable it would be available at the present session, Kir yam Hugiits asVci 7vh ether the report of Hie Guelph. novitiate iuvejll- gation was available and it it would be laid on the table. The leader of thi! government re- plied thnl tlie might bo obtained from the minister ol Justice ivlio was nol (n his seal. age of this infant the author, Joseph Franklin. Poland, has woven a coin- I'dy-draua that dctuandj (he child's I, lireaence in. every reel, Irom first lo 1 flfiK And well does Kmmett J. Flynn. I who directed tho picture, realize tbe trlaU of a "famiiy Hundreds of feel of dim were spoiled; liy Uie child's sudden flts ol "temper, j iment." Putletico and jieraeverancc liowirvfer, finally won through to suc- cess. many remarkable close-up.'! were which arc certain to e strati auilieucea nclalm "Jiow or "Sume Mary Miles M inter Las never look- ed lovelier or :rtore adorable than in ,be scenes wli'-ro she and baby hold ihe center ol tin1 tiage. And that is most of Ibo time, though not half often enough it you ask her ardent admirers for an opinion. Tbe picture sbe gives of an impulsive, lovjus, de- termineii little Irish lass Is cue that ivlll live in your memory lor many a day. A roinjnJHee of seven to undertake the organization of British Columbia for Iho next Uoniln'cn election has been appointed ty the eiccutlvo com- inJHeo o[ the D. C. Liberal Assoclallon. The Prince-Inspecls Guard ol Honor At Fair Ground, cfl lor Cardston on a business Irip conceded to be by Mr llio that niLh Mr- A. IJ. Hogg, o[ Hogg and has ever surrounded Hie comedian. Jnmioson, -Eacli artist having been carJuily chos- en for his or- her abilKj- to get lhe most oul of the part assigned to them. Amonfi lhe well known inoinTjers ot "'o nro Beatrice Carmen, Ilic charming jirima tJoiina of "Florartora" Visitor Mr. O. Taylcr. well known hus- css man of is a visitor in U'C city. at tho .Moiin'ed I'olice Barracks, Nick Ungar- ftn was, on Saturday, fined flO costs for being without and other successes; Patsy Salmon, nj charming Illtlc soubrcttc who has won many Ireinds throughout Canada by her clever worh; tyyrlle Cree, a con- tralto ot no Ittilc ablUly; Phyllis Huges, a lyric soprano and Miss KdUh Barriscale, (n ihe comedy eel cosliime ot a French Uwseusc, glv- the ADDITIONAL LOCALS Calesburg Visitor v Mr. N'eJson; H lavrycr of CM isrti iiiijJUijiiu I It-WED. THURS. ten S. Brown, Resident Manager Phone 1722 NIGHTS ONLY THUR OCTOBER 8th-9th D. E. LANG PRESENTS THE INTERNATIONAL FAVORITE BILLY OSWALD In llio Original Comedy wllh Music. 1 love a lassie' By Bennett Scolt and Jemes lA'llh an Exceptional Company ot Musical Comeili Favorites, Including BEATRICE CARMEN 20 Sparkling Gong Hits. Special Scenic Production. THE "SURPRISE" SHOW OF THE SEASON ngw itlling at Arm-streitg A. Raworth's Jewelry Store. PRICES: 7Sc, and 50c MAJESTIC 2 S'g FRL, OCT. 10 ten S. Brown, Rei. Mgr. Evenlngi. lo SOo. MATINEE SATURDAY Hltlnee Saturday, to Me A. S. 3TERN AND SELWYN CO.'S PRESENTATION With JOSEPHINE SAXE and the same Crea: Cast and Production LAUGHS EVERT MINUTE, GROWING INTO SCREAMS Fun TlckleJ wu 11 If 11 v Tht Real.Thlrq Ideas Climaxes !.i .1 New Lines Mew Laughs' A FEW REASONS WHY You. Muel Sec lhe Fun Play Thai BECAUSE 111 Is the tuiir.lcst play ever written. BECAUSE ZBvery who lias seen It was fascinated by you aro no dllterent cthfrs, from tlio BECAUSE 311 (iron'lng room cunvcr'sntton, club dlecusaton. and you surelx want to know whnl It 19 all about and harb your sny, Ha's Taken This Country by BECAUSE 41L makes you forget where you you anlccs you Irue' happlnftsg, Joy and pleasure, uot.prob- lems. BECAUSE 5H I; n comedy classic, a hun- dred crlllds In a kundr'cd.clt- your own expert hewspaper cditora. have animqualy. decreed II is Ihu best farco Jn years. BECAUSE 6 ft makes you young and man's Is yearn lor bis ;