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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TllUUSDAY, OtVrOHKH 10, i'JlE LETIIBHIDGK DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIVE Men Returning lo Work Every Make Opposite Clium- CI1ICAGO, OcL 1C.- -Tlie luduslrial Htuallou at tbo slecl'plauls in the Chicago district' today M-H reported better than at any time iliice the filed workers' strlko was callcil, nearly (our tveelia ago. ilauy of Ihe mills, iv said hy company lo bo run- ning at 50 per cent, or more of tbeir usual capacity, while virtually every plant affected by the vralfcruil was o era ling on at leapt a reduced-scale. Oii Iho olher hand, (hero were stale ruenls by labor leaders Hint (be un BlcilleU workers tho only ones reluming lo Ihcir places in appreciable numbers and that so far as Iho cffec of Hie strike lias not been diminished Striko leaders yesterday at Gary, In dlaiia, where, for the lirsl llrac fllnce the federal trooya took control, an out door mads mcellnj? was permitted made optimistic speeches to the strifr ers. S Men Returning PITTSBUnp, Oct. num bers of workers who went on filrik Soul. -2- last, when the nallon-wld walk-out of slccl iron employee Ijecjirno effective, arc rnlumins 'c dally In the PillBliurg district arcordinfi to representatives of tli companies who claimed loilay that Ih mills In this rcc'on were fast rnlurn ing to normal condition.. Product LO: 35 on the increase, they declared, an the situation, sn far as the compnnie arc concerned, Is assuming a brighte aspect each day. Union leaders countered the cmnlp> era claims today ivitli the slateraei Ilia I slrikprs ivDrc not deserting- the ranks tint lire strike is ns cf- fcrliTc at this lime as it was during Iho parly days of Iho walkout. Lpp.'lcra at union headquarters ivnre vlans> lor carrying Ihelr "free speech and free itsscmbbgc" into tho courts today. A test 'cuss on this qucst'on, they saiij, was provided last night whrn the police ''refusatl' to allow strikers lo meet on Iho roiilh stdc ol "Pitlsbure .without a imrmrt. CITY COUNCIL VOTES AID TO A. I. D. A. The city council has resolved lo emranteo (lie grant of llio for Ihe promotion of the aclUUtea at Lha Indus- trial Conference. v. Costs Now To Secure a Com- niissionership Fur Taking Oaths L cd while Ihe supporting players are of the, best. Tho picture ia warmly COMI- meiidel by all who sec it. "LITTLE COMRADE" A TIMELY PHOTOPLAY Now ILat Ifce war 13 over, thfre 13 a itudouey'ou the part of iimny lo forget (bat lha nKietisllles [or food pnjjucuuu unu con se nation are as great as (buy were during Die period uf actual UEhtliiK. if- not greater. Viv- ian .Martin's new picture, "l.lltle Com rade." ou HiU account particularly timely, for it dtals u youug- farm- crelle who determined to do whal she cau lo produce food lu eplte o( ihe barJehlpi connected wlili Hie Job Tho picture, which will be sliowi at Slarland Friday and Saturday, ib .ijapUu froia a story by Juliet pkliij, well knoxvu as a writer o jotli book-; wud screen stories. Alice on wrote the aceuario, and lh> production was direded by Cheslcr Wtihcy. ThfTQ Is considerable bard swcav- Ing going on among the commission- ers for oalhs in Lhe city. Tlio boot Is on tiic oilier Cool. Riid they are doing .he swoarhiK In the ordinary rouline of their buainess they have been accustomed (o hear. This baa been caused by those holding such corn mi 33 Ions being; notified Ibat in the fulurc, according 'to tbc amendment In the net, tliero will fo.e a fee Ju.OO payable fur as comtnls sioner for a lurlher terra of two years. In'other words, these EerHlcpien have to buy Ibe lilies which Ifiivc been hlUierto conferred without ihelr be- iag'nsked'lo pay for llio honor. As a consetiuencc of the payment, now to be made, it may ho tafcen that, with (lie high of living, there will now lie tlie phase of Ihe high coat of swear- Ing to Ihose irho liavc lo innltQ use of Iho commlsslonflTF, as they will have lo mabo up for Ihe now Im- posed as Uic cosi. of tbo dlgolly of the office they inild. v AT THK MAJESTIC. which dim the most eous ever atleiuptcd combine clean fun and Irollc lo make Jon1 Corl's grealcst musical comedy sui enlhled. which pla) here at Ihe -Majestic on Friday au Saturday, Otlober 24 and 25 lor DETERMINED TO KEEP x ORDER IN STATES -CLEVRLANDk Ohio, OcL lG.--Snc- rctary ot War haker, addressing' Ihe KINGSTON, Ont.. Oct. im- press ivo caremony look place in Grant Hall Ihls morning when Rev. Dr. Bruce Taylor was Installed as prin- cipal ol Queen's University and E. W. Beally, president of llic Canadian Pac- ific nalln-ay, as chancellor. A large and tllsliugulsbed audicbcc was present. The principal was installed by Iho chairman oC the board or to tho convention of the ..s-iUon Cassels, K.C., of Toronto. Ohio Federation ol "Women's Clubs last night. referring to Ihe in country since the ol the armistice, manlfi llraesLin race riots mob disorder, tuV for Ihi; most evidenced by APPEALING CASES UNDER M. 3. ACT purl I MONTREAL.- OcL COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN I AND I BEVERLY BAYNE In ll'e Feature DARING HEARTS' Wo Cheerfully liccommcnd This Oreat. GOOD COMEDIES AND ORCHESTRA 1 COMING FRI. AND SAT. MAE MURRAY "THE SCARLET SHADOW" I A picture cvc-ry mother an daughter 'must see.- wide spread industnnl phase in thcf matter of proseculion ol cohlrovcrafoE, said Ihe adimnlslratlon HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE mlled, ViiVaf erne-iil of two days only, sbla lillle maid, on whose good name Tor Ihe last lime. When eiecutitcs ol iih matinee 'Saturday, one of tho 's cast a perpoluul shadow becauao undertook preparations for icst sensational bits that erer caught of a "toarlet etraiu" which her this pitturo ibey that Al- ie fancy ol Ufoailway ihealre-nai-: eu auH alleged existed in the life of "ace liad been finest entirely igoor- ons. I her dead mother. On ihla account! c-J by all previous films. Its "pe'rieit Mu chorus is arrayed In Ilne aiml KlenCa virtual prisoner I-------------------------- display of costly eyoLiug guarding day and night from con- folbles and lingerie which daz- tact wiih tlie worm, fearing lhat ih tea the fye. TDe chorus supi cast ishlch takes ihe "scarlet slralu" of the mother wouhl Itaelf the daughter came of (he beautiful and shapely I face to face with the lenipUlion of orset model, tue imilation count, the] the unlvtrsd. ia.1 chin a king" mother, the Araerkau1 liul one day a roirantic young col- firess, tho country sweetheart, lege boy Invadtd the sanctuary the lie yroyricLors of Lhe Hrldc Shop acjlaunt had built arouul FZlena, lie comedy's "Sherlock Holmes and) ed her to go lo the movies, and 10 .who brlLg about tbe happy J take of a sinful chocolate Ice cream 'iiding. soda. IL was then that life began to take on complexities for the girl, for AT THE COLONIAL J the [irfit visit to the outer world Should a young girl bo made to I changed her -whole life. H lools her ;ulfcr (or a "scarlet slram" in tho life from Greenwood, a little New mother? Would you marry a [land village, lo New York, ihe whirl girl over whom hung a cloud because fpool metropolis. What occurred there T a supposed misstep if cue of her va question are asked and ansiverc-d In Tho Scarlcl, Mac Murray's newest Uuiversa! Special atlracliou, which comes to Ihe Colonial tbeiirc on Friday and Saturday Iras week. sslep in (iie career graphically iiificrlbed on tho silver reals? These two ahect In "The Scarlet Shadow." COLONIAL TONIGHT ONLY, "DAR- ING HEARTS" Alsace, the beautiful province which has provided materiil for an Indefin- ite wealth of literature, is the locale Ijove." "Hor Dody In "Danger. I for mosfof tho scenes IL. Vitagraph's 3o and ''The Hrldc'.i Awaken- new picture, "Daring Hearts." which is seen as'Bleoa Evaiis, a lov-lis being shown, at tbe Colonial tonight! '-The lEttle Bister star of "Modern IN OLD KENTUCKY 1 No play before ihe public stands wear and tear of tlms as well as does j "In Old eoou lo be given again In this thy. In (he hearts of] the play going public it never grows 1 old. Cliarlc-s T. Dazey wrote tbe pLtyj more than thirty years ago. From it's first. ijas never been withOravin Ironi ihe Antorican stage' for a single thc-atrical dur- j ing all these years K has been, con- trolled by the fame management ami has always boi-n cast and presented with, care and Now In ibe- twenty-cjghth year of its career. It- remains as fresh, as new. as en- joyable as ever. Plays may tome and plays may go but "In Old is a (iituro In the land. At Hie Ma- jestic Friday and Satuday this week. LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARGUERITE CLARK "LET'S ELOPE" Also BY WIRELESS" Two-lteeL Sc-nnetl Comedy, and OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE PPRESC j JTODAY ONLY ANDll FRIDAY MATINEE Ethel Barrymbre -IN THE Divorcee' An all-star cast comedy-drama of MoQte Carlo and smart soc- iety from Miss Barrymore's fam- ous Broadivay success "Lady by W. Somerset Maugham. ADDED ATTRACTIONS LATEST FOHD MONTHLY AND PATHE NEWS and Chaplin Comedy Scream, "Fair Exchange HERE TOMORROW W. S.' HART IN "MR.; NOBODY" ETHEL CAURY7.1ORF. Prices Balance of Week, 25c-10c. Special Saturday 5c." FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Listen Miss Farmerette! OCT. 17-18 (THIS WEEK) SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY IrlESPlRITEOAND EXCITIHO HOUSE RACE THE FAMOUS KENTUCKY- THOROUCHBRED TttEmiLICKIHeFUKOFTHE THESTROHCESTAHDLkRCEST, CAST THEPiAYHASEVERHAD VIVIAN MARTIN Little Comrdde ALSO "CUPID'S DAY OFF" Tivo-Eeei Sennett Comedy Seals on sale now at Arm- Raworthrg. PRICES: Nights 50c( 7Scr Saturday Matinee, 25c, 50c, is delermincil thai fp.deral be enforced nnd fQder.il agencies lelL un- obstructed anil lhat [cdcral troops will respond iiiElanlly lo the, call oT governor lo a'.ippreas riols and disor- ders In any .stale. FARGO BANK PERMANENT INJUNCTION IJISMATICK, X. D., Ocl. de- cision TvlH lie handed lomorrow or Saturday by ihe slate supreme court on the question of making pcrmanenl llic injunction Issued by the-court ter.inornrlly restraining ALlorney-Gun eral A. Langer and Surrctary or Slato TIall, mcmbcra of tlie uanking from In tbe affairs ni rhe Pank oi Fargo, which v.'aa clo.sctl on Oct. 2 bc- of alleged insolvency. AU argn- rhcnts in Ihe i-aso vrcrc yes- terday. rnililary service evaders will be Iho I appeal entered before court of. King's bench by the federal police ag- ainst Judgments by Judges I.eet ami liaticlot. AH lhe-cases-1n irhich the accused were convicted and dismissed with a fine of'leas than arc be- ing appealed; they, number ribout 300 and include nearly'all th.Q Judgmcnls of Judge Lcel, who gave ag a rule a' fine of J50, nnd of Judge whose fines ranged from lo i Only one point will be argued in these cases, the amount of the fine Imposed. POPULAR SONG WRITER SERENADES "MICKEY1 Fine Appearante Tliu Hoy Scouts who paradcil during or (lie Prince Ur the cily urn! Tvlio VercHnfpccted by Ills Hoy a I Highness, inniibcrttl 141, nmdc up'of ;3D from Mngralli find llic balance from l-cllibrldgc. The line appearance of Ibe boys and .Hit' way they, marched In.the parade were subjects much favorable comment. On Thursday. Oc.lobor 2nd. the Ijoy-s were entertain etl to.dinner at ttitj Athcrta (Me. Heiiorta, of. tho woinlerfOl crops In Ihe Peace Hlver country aro beginning t'o.drfft f-oulh ami they arc In (he tffpct J.hnt'the yields are much larger than anticipated. Il Is csllmaled that >norc than will go lnlo'lhal section or the country as a rc.sult of (he wheat crops. One farmer near .ALhaLasca claims to hnyc Ihrcslicil a crop of wheat [hat JO buahcla io the acrp. Adler-i-ka Did It! 'I'h.irl pain, in ihe pU of my slpni Br.h, njipctllc, sour alomrich nntl Xcil Morel, Ihe popular song writ- er, gave Uio "Mickey" cast n great surprise at Iheir studio one day, by an unexpected ninaic recital in which he serenaded Mickey. Theie many txclnmaVong ol delight o[ course, sir.cc no one had lumeincil ho lind ever seen any ol Iho sccnca this' great photoplay, which vill be ihoivn at the Empress -theatre, slart- ng Monday. Xormand, purtic' was plcnaed with Ihe song. v'tvy gap. Moctori lift'lii-nici Tho FillS'P-doso-o' 'Adle'r-l Henry gas nnd sour Rlop'pJrifi stomach dlslrcas IN StANTfjY, Bmptlca DOTH upper nnd lower BNTlRf nllincnldry cadnl. Ilcmovcfl" fou mnllcr ifhlch '-poraoriB .syatcih, 'Often, f'llTTIIiTC 11 An Tlff-vaftta -dm. which out such sweet and melodious music, llio very spirit 'of he- photoplay. Today this sone, which Ihc photo- I'lay Inspired, Is proving one ol the nosL p'opnlar htls of the year, one mil lion copies having already sold lo ihe public, song and dar.cc records lisiYLijy been made 'by lending talking mnchino coDipanlca, nnd piano roll There was a good deal of quesUmi ine later on as lo haw he know any Ihing nhoul "Mickey." tfo one In Ihe had .ever i.ollccd Mr. lh'.-rf. during the rehcareals. In order to t'rl some peace on the subject therefore, do told them lhat he hat first jiollccd Mickey when he hat into Ihe studio (or a.'chat one one of Ihe directors. At lha Hmc the very first scenes ,wero be nnd attracted by Ihe ing personality of Mickey, ho stnyii Ihc nntlro .clay. Two hours laler, Jn f-pired by this fasclnftlln'E pholoplaj he wrote the Bong dedicated lo "Mick ey" and which he called IJul why r.Ilaa Normar.d "fttitild bi peered, afte-r Iho first aurprlgo ot thi eong, no one could qnKc fnthom. A for. Nell More I, ho Ret it down a "JLiit.Itkc S" woman." H leaked oui ae'veral days later, Vlie Miss Norm'n'rld said she wna "afraid" of Mickey. .she' com- plained, "just aa Pan Is identi- cal wllh Maude, Adams." Neverlheleag, Normand some day how MAJESTIC FRIDAY-SATURDAY OCTOBER 24-25 (MATINEE SATURDAY) "You'll Just Love You BOOK. By Jlviie By QEORQEOUS FEMININE PRICES: S.tjhls to Saturday. Matinee, 50c to-f1.50 Mall Orcfei's Now You Have Heard of "MICKEY" You Have Sung MICKEY You Have Danced Ito "MICKEY ffij.) --NOW SEE- proud phc to of her twin slater "Mick- pAn. rrea' "p- cca. o: hmc nold jnany ycnra, U-la. a nilxlure Horn, cfrvcahv anil olh- ct Co., (IriJBfirBU.- AVhal Is modern il good or eyll? for yourself by seeing ''The wllh Klhol'Harrynioro Jn Iho leading roto at Mid Kmpioss theatre .AS'much else docs, his conMdQtl .naany limes. j NEW., ft LARK PICTURE A HIT MargnrUe Clark; known -n9 "Iho ntrflelwl girl In motion hns scored anbthcr decisive hll'ln her new Paramount pliotdpfny, ''Ixsl'i which-la being presented "at Borland Again tonfght. >ffsli Clark hna a char- ming role In th'Ia pjcturo, and her gowns remarkahld Creations, The Dlcluro hfia been sumptuously produc- aw.v.A. SACRED CONCERT Under the of Corp, J.'S.. Thompson. MajesticTheatre SUNDAY Cct. 19, Doora .Open a.40f Con- cart al 9.00 OOCK! music. Selections by (hcnc taking pnrl In- (he recent silver mSdal contest, 1 rioS'3 under Id nahcd'to w.ilt until ollicrs arc sealed bcloro SILVER COLLECTION "MICKEY" (HERSELF) THE BEST OF ALL, STARTING AT THE NEXT OCTOBER the 2Oth DIRECT FROM 18 WEEKS' RUN AT THE GRAND THEATRE, TORONTO. The Picture with a Sigh, a Tear, and a Laugh ;