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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KJtllUY, SKmiJIBER 5. HIS LETIIBIUDGK fVilI.Y IIKIULB PAGE FIVE MayE xtend Gratuities Another Six Month O'l'l'AWA, Sept. u.- II Is stul- cd liere on wluil would appear lo he .Uooil iiulliorily Ilitil Ilic iueiit lias in umtcMiplnt- (ii-nluitU's grunted lo the uhovc dale will iippl'uxinuitc about A similar iiiiiouiil jjov- will lie minimi should llic Icniincnl i-xli-ml lilt system for ion llic cxicnsioii of grutiiilics' fm.lluil. sjx lllollllis; lo soldiers iiiul depi-iulcnls for ii sysk-ni ;i private nrcicvcs further period oT-dx mouths, a iiiuiilh. n SI Oil ami slurliiiH from Dcccnilu-r i, I oll'icci-s above lln-se, UK- pay of llic present gratuities ivusi-. their KING TO RUN IN PRINCE, P.E.I., SEAT ________ OTTAWA, SPIH. King, leader o" llic l.ibcjMl p-'irly. dus b'jcn tl.Ted Lind liao :iccoiJtnrl for J'rince. Ills was (or- MjrJi-il in tin; l.iiKT.il iissucU- en-'jinlve ihertf tonlglu. 1'rinu.- Is wich late repre'ie in narllaiiicm Mr. King's tlcc- lion any iit Ujai riil- ILK is :ilmoal a fuie- [mblic 'Ihpcilre. ACIV York Cily, Octo lifr 31, 1J1T, iMLli KrMityiag resillls. tu tin: .tLT.hor ami IheMrt1 manage- mi-m. favorubly with ulbir division NOTKI) AMERICAN TO uuJ tliil its crc.lit. He] .mvrmnfL' look uctpiioil to correct whal lis) I OMK 10 LA110H COMiUESS sulil was u impression, Ihul! tho nrOTlutial pulii'e anlaiiunls-1 WASHINGTON'. Scpl. J. i --------------------------f lit- !u Lho cily police. Thul was Tauct. former secretary of thc iia-JMAE MURRAY AT THE COLONIAL tninly not Iho case. Ho Lad a grenl l.ojrJ. has iicceuttd an in- TODAY IN "THE BIG LITTLE regard [or Chief Hardy and valut-U Iht-i to .Mcnt Canadian i PERSON1' jsaislance ho at all UUKS ..._... i Evening Fealurcd Hy 1 Presentations tu Inspector j and Mrs. Muntlv For today and tomorrow at Ihe pop spector. "can convey nil that I feel for' 10 si'rve'in an whisory i k'iMlly tboushl and uood fellow. the luviiilenl's cooler- i ol' OTTAWA, Sept. The-c was n sharp discussion on rati- fication of Iht peace treaty irn- medi.ilcly the house opened this afternoon. Sir Robert Border? presented a- bill lo carry the treaty Into eHeel. In reply to Mr. Devlin, Sir Robert that this was the legislation to which ine resolution on ific or- der paper referred. Mr. Ueviin then asKed 'now H happenefethat a bill was introduc- ed in Ihe house. 'A resolution also was introduce d and at the same time a resolution had been passed by Ihc senate. Could Hie prime minister- give on why such a procedure should have been adflpled? Sir Robert: "It was perfectly competent lo proceed either by Jolnl reiolutlon or separate resolu- tion in each house. The latter course was adopted and Is per- fectly proper." queriefl Mr. Devlin, "shall we be slltinq on this resolu- tion AS a court of to the senate, or as revising the action of the "The 'Sir Robert rejoined, "is for the purpose of eliciting the opinion of the house. The fact that the senate has giv- en its opinion dees nai. cllect the action of Ihis houss In any way." The bill was read a first time. (ship shown you fa nil the I jfoodwill in ihi' j.n-Fcnla- i lions you made Mrs. Muinly uetordliw 10 present pro-1" Tim, popularity, r-stcom and retail I On 1'thalf of the W. A. it. in u'hk-h luaiK-Uf.j1 :nnl Mr-- Wmly lvxprPKSorl (Jic apr-rcnalum of aro liclfl the local dislsion y[ kinJLiocss anil Iho 1 c-iu-mlod hy Inspector ilumly., Appreciation of the was' csiirt-'ssctl Ijy I'orouor Humphries ;iii'l T. of ilu> Inland KC-VC-TIUP, Only Husis For Safely of Eni e Discusses Lord Fish- er'.s Proposal lllc LID J ili [liiink-jpnfuin in any war j Ihc dtrelUliou or one or more of th a he-re today. Lord JpJI'i'OL- alter remliJig list A.IMV was in juon made to nt-ht in thc 'tourlruoni UH- p 'ili-i was Rlvi-n a Wnliiiani solt-1 .wattll a ami Mrs. Mim-ly :i set uf ]io.irl-lianrlled Knives find forVs. i'fhc watch, in ail'lnirji nioihi- frrani of Insjiitctor Siuiuly inscribed on i ii, bore (lie injcripilon: i to inspoctor H. H. C. Munrty, orficcr 1 cornlu'jmlJDK. O.'.s and men uf Division of iho A.PI', in token of 1 reject aiid EGod-Tc'llowsJiip (in his rc- lircnicul of thy torrc on Kept Plli, Mrri. Mur.dy's jjift lirid WIRELESS FAILED FAH1S, Sejil. wa.- tlj. f ilm iraiianiii-aiott roperly that lluuiii nco the them ami Vie i Inspector iu Iho fourse of Iheir itu-( tits. I Colonial palrons will remembi-r till a good deal of pleasure Mai former big hit. "A Dclirion? one of c.) tlie EKmn'j hits al (he Colonial. In "Thc Uis Pcrsoii" whlci ii Irv- shown Today, Miss Murray Is HIE i sumo "dovllisli Imp. full of thai liff I and sprishlliuess whuh hah raadu be: aiisniission lo fatIIOUB. a long VOL Jtuuiitna d s-u- screen a picture whirl notes o. Iliu long In your memorv. Such a J5 ,Tbc nJK IjUUc lint to [cdav's rl Ttie defect not until tho de ol the smash Inspector Mumly, In irosppil Ihe he fell were ex I -.vciik. when Iho first of thc hi rail. Itailn ay romniun- .on lias bceti interrnpied ?inc-c the Iiiul at all (imps L'xistcJ bcnvecu (licm j cars Ila5-Cl1 ollier of the great Vitngraph comedies romedloa which arc ihp Kilk of I.i'liibriilge. Tbis or.o 13 u verilablc "bowler." scriljed on a [iklc in Hn- ease conlahi- Hn paid n Irilmtc la MaeiE- hif Ihc hulvc-s am! turki: -PresentccI jlr.uc Irwin anil lo JuilKO Jncksou In lo Mrs. It. II. C. -MunOy liy llic X.C.O.'s Uio lonnnor in wliicli they liand- men nl Division nt iln. (livtsilon to Mil whlcli Itispuctor Mundy uas former- ly conacclcil. I'carl uses hut two disguises I in "The Counterplot." she is compel- j led to appear aa the Countess ItaiiJer, I a social huttcrfly. I.ighlnins and TODI j Norton have dlscuvereil that Wu FaiiR has just stolen a Tiiluable ebony OTTAWA, STe.-H. tliargu that in jail nl tills thnc of Ihc year for I nicuilitTi of tin J inlriMEcmculs of thc Military Service arv force iniide to embark Act. anJ of fifh knives and orks lor I lhal your hcallh Scpl. 6.-Acllon i men ol Division, Alberta I'rovin- Jdcan of Ihe faculty of at icial I'oJicc. jAlberla univDrsily, wlifcl-jvas cnrried J. J. at tlic ineoling of the rnarmacciitical Htadquarters Sergc.iut. association here yesterday liy a. slim In acknoivlcde-.ns Ihe ntldrc.ss anil i malrmly, jilaccs llio association on the sifts lo himself anil his wife, In- rccorj as being opposed lo tho present fur i spector Slunilay said lhat he was lo- i'ally taken by surprise and Cully val- al Ihc point m Hie liayoncl anir feelinE or II was Ihe duly_ or HIP Eovcrnnii-nl i Is being brouElit hr-torp the house lne .to he merciful anil ID forgive, ihnt the I couiitioiis by Aroliaiujanll, c? .cscnlalions made. Ho emphasized vnluihtc aid'and co-oprratlon of lluu-er him ami the the practice of so much subter- of Ihc "country may be best who hi'is Superabundance of Ministers as iu the slrengih uf ibc forVu scnL! 'th.U and tleccit to oblain W. K. Daldwin, St. Andrew, referred to Siberia; Hie proportion, of volun- Ifjclwcen them' He felt'-lhiit had This resolution was warmly dchaUd. j to Ihc absence nf tho iircmier and leers in thnl force: Ihc cosl of scud- j donc bv tho msmbors nl the di- Ihc meeting, and strenuously opiios- _ [incut, had been doing business in Ot- niln- system of dispensing liquor under th prohibition act of Albcrla, and ex- tho belief that Ihe govern- ment should devise some system dispensing liquor which should eliru- COLONIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY A Shew You Will Knjoy FEATURE Mae Murray In Her Latest Truiinrl" "THE BIG LITTLE PERSON" A Six Part Special Attraction With Delicious Mac Murray at. Her Very Bust. COMEDY "DOUGHNUTS" Two Part, BILLY WEST com- edy ILaL is a positive knodiout. SERIAL Latest Episode of "THE RED GLOVE" ilashing MARIE WAL- CAfViF iu a new uimcli iu inriiis. Colonial Concert Orchestra t pieces, o, Playing Heal Music. Mas Peculiar Id-as JoEepli Dcmeri, continuing Iho JacKirly, Is ndmlrnl of Iho clartiil i< canoe fleet on the voyage. Virgin Knlls In Camp McOoiiAld lo Camp Vldoria Iu Piuc 1'orlagc Is lo- day'3 program. This brings the parly to 1U permanent camp, and fishlnc anil KhonMuR occupy- the attention of Ills Hoyal llishncss until Sunday evening. Sunday night will he spent :il Narrows Camp and the parly will rejoin Ihu royal jit Ciimeron Falls on Monday morning. This c-xiicidllEon comes as a welcome real lor His lloyal Illqlmcss. Added lo Ihu fnlJgucK connected wilh his labors of past 15 tUc prince Is suffering from the effects of stcrl rlusl hlowu In his eyes at Snult Ste. Marie ivliqn he inspected Ihc steel plan I. Commander the iiriiftc's physician, expects that thc prince's will be all right In a day or two. BULGARIANS DENY IT PAIUS, HepL The pearc delegation sent, tnc peace con- rerenco this morning a note protest- ing ngaiint representations thai (lie Mo3ltim populntton of finstcrn Thrace had been cruelly I rented hy the Uul- Thc represc-nlalions nrc clc- o bo wilrnc. Tivo thc jjcatn confcreiu-c coin inissl oners held inocl- Ings tills morning. Thc commission lor llio of Iho (renly nnd that dealing with Ilclgiait- ami Bulgarian a flairs. .AT THE THEATrt E TONIQHT AWD Hig and sllll hlggcr Icoomollvcj aic tPlns.turnprl nm b) Hie Can: dJan Pacific Hallway. Slxifrn nT-w ones are tiic A i Shops, MunlrL-al. at ilir rnie ot orip for every five ninl a' half t-ays. Thty ;irt? uiasioi of on- [argi-sc finil Leavlesl in the. Dominion. nnJ ronsiruninn vnmlrrl up so Hint Ihcsn icqiilicd liiighl le rt-adv In [Imp HI ihc Hoyal Train currying tljo 1'rincft ot Wales across Canirla. They wore and inlder ilie diu-ci unn- trrlsion of Mr. U. Winu-rrow'ti, nliirf mechanical Of the O. 1'. H. Tlie tolal wcfstit or rarh cn- and lender In ivorkuiR onior la Hit- cylnidcLs are 23 Inches by JO Incliec.. ihi- dinnicirr of thn driving wheels 75 and (ho I'Ollcr carries 200 Ihs. nleani prcssnro ihe loconiclive B iiuuEnu effort of n.OOO Ibs. The boilers are very large, carh one conUlnlns ftpproilniiilely 5.000 tfjuarc reel of hcnfing an r face. A fiiipcrhealcr tlic steam (o ihe cylinders nl a Icrnporaiiire, TIja lendqr. Imperial galloiid ol water and 12 tons or coal, The nigincs Jire cQUlnpcd "Mlh a vestibule cab whlcti fxftplcirly prn- krla Ino engine mtn from ilia bad weather. These tfc coni- lorlahlc and aro ar- rangeri1, iielng priirldcd wULi Urgo clolhcg lochcra, Thn new locomolhp.i arc lo he ufcd fn the passenger service of Iho C. P, It. hntwecn Kort William find Winnipeg, and between Smllhg Falls, Trenton and Havclock, Taey arc Kifficlenlly fntvrrnil Li eliminate Iho noccsslty for running a number ot heavy pasacngor In Iwo ficc- tlons, one or ttift new pnglncs helns iblo lo (he of card that II. loinierly looU. two Iccomo- tivcs'io 'draw, hanhcr on tbfl Hudson, Tom N'orlon. o is a society man, has an iavilv lioii. but of course Lightning can not be present as she is hnowii as the cleverest llilef in New York. So Tom procures au Invitation for a frieml of liis, Ihc "Coun Less and bLning immaculate in evening clothes, appears jiarly aoJ I; nlilo lo circumvent one ot WU'E raosi. Ircachc-rous schemes before.Ihc even- ing is over. Also Clara Young, In "The Reason at Ito Empress loOny and GIRL IS KIDNAPPED AND TO A HERMIT IN "GOOD GRACIOUS, When a six teen-year-old girl is kid- napped by a man she iiellher knows nor cares for Is forced to marry him and thcrcaflcrleaves her husband without even knowing his name, il la lo be expected that ir. '.crest in vclopmcnts wiirnccnr. Tins Is amply proved by Ihc story ofi "Good Gra- cious, In' BUJic Diirke. tdc dainty Paramount star, will apjicar at Storland tonight anil tomor- row. This picture story Is ona ot thii hcst in which Miss Durke has beou seen since her entrance iuLo Ibc silent ,niB. It is a piclurlzation of Iho emi- nently Fucccssfiil piny written by Clare Kummcr, a youug playwright of N'eiv York, and it was produced at tin; lle- THEY SAY THAT EVERY GIRL WOULD LIKE TO BE CARHIED OFF BY A BOLD, BAD WOOER. COME AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS TO BILLHE BURKE "GOOD GRACIOUS ANNARELLE" TONIGHT AND TOMORFIOW ALSO "BERESFORD OF THE BABOONS" Two-Heel FlaiB Satirical Com- edy, anil "TOPICS. OF THE DAY" Gootl Music and the Ilcst in Ihc Cily. SATURDAY MATINEE FOUR REELS OF COMEDY Children 5c (1) Sixteen of ihcso wondciTuI engines will soon ba runninpcn the.C. P. R. linos. (2) A Front View The 2300 i.i cnpable of drawinc a train Iwitc the size of an ordinary train. "M UMPRESG Tonight and Tomorrow W Clara Kim- ball too -IN- The Reason ly? A Swllt SlorlnG Slory In Flic Thrilling Acts. The Lightning Raider Tcarl Vc.irlcss Heroine of n Tlitiosanti Perils, tis "Tlie l.iEhlnfng With Otand as VUf. FATTY ARBUCKLE in "FATTY CLEANS UP" CHRISTIE COMEDY, PATHE NEWS SPECIALlHlLDRENIS MATINEE SATURDAY, 5c Evening. Children 10c ;