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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SKITHMHKK fl, VJIH THK LETimniDGE IjAHA HEIttLB PAGE FIVE OTTAWA. Rent. following Iho western representatives wliu v.-ill alleuil tho national industrial con- ference and tho committees til which they ivIH alleud. Itcjireseulhig Manufacturing inter- ests In K. Pavli'S, Mcdl- iliui Hat; J. Durns. Calgary; E. Par- ncll, Winnipeg; T. II. Deacon, J. B. Thomson, Vancouver; A. II. Weeks. Vancouver; J. J. Coughlaii. Vancouver. Lumber and Nf. Newton. U. Printing, Publishing cuJ Ilookblnd- J. liulman. Winnipeg. JlulltUng auil T. I HuEelton, Whmlpee; G. A. Whlllock, j Mousn Jjivr. i vcr. Wholesale 1L Aslidowu, Itomliilon Keinia, Vancouver; James Somer- villo. Moose Freight C. Hay. Win- 1'oiver House Employees: -J. W. Frame, Calvary. Priming A. ItlgK, Win nlppg; W. It. Trotter. Vaiu-ouvcr. Irvine. Calgary. Van- couver. Civic Hisliop, Edmonton. Clerk-ill anil Ilnlall S, WeodwarJ, YiL'torii. Women Doris Mi-akin. AlKPl.ANli FALLS INTO LAKE ElllE, PILOTS SAVKD DETROIT, Mirb., Sept. An air- j ane, bun in] from a southern Hying i li to MinncaiJulis. fell fulo Lake! 1'rio near Ont., late yes-' tenlay. uuonling in vronl receive J herd last PJloi Clay U re one, lle- troii, CMIO Sianlc-y. Ciucmnaii. his IJJSK mixer, rcscuoJ by u inutorljOiiL after cUugiiiK to the wrecked s'-M-eral hours. One tlio iiii'ii, disyateti did not ihe hearts of Iliose wlio see it U "The HARRY CAREV COMING Heart of appearing at the TO COLONIAL THURSDAY 1 ihpatrc Wednesday .Thursday. No ordinary war is Coinonlrate-J, logii'al :mi don. Hut, don't eomo and ask uio which in London and which is Angeles. heoau.U' I don't know. Vou'il have to write to Dorothy." Ikivid W. (jriiliih'4 suptrb picture "A Kniniincc of Jlappy Valley1' which will lm the aurai-licm at Slarlaud on Thursday. and Saturday ol this is a jdiotoplay M-iili distliu-L moral. 11 is a slury of simple folk, bui its i Tlic various roles arc charmingly children wrecked and stmiy of ihe and man- tMycd. tho prlnclimla being Lillian The rlury i; of u itiijthty craving lor ri'Vi-HKt' whirh was ssvpcic'iiwl the love til ;i young plainsman for a school who ciitiif to y.i-skuito 10 marry the slieriflf. 1'oiuiilir.auuns the war. Tao clarity t.t ..irrvinp a tolcil ul I'anaiii-Au sol- a UriisLi. and fouiiU-d wiih ih.- Idiera, of iviiom Til> LLJ-- officers iiml suhtlo hnijdling of Uie pUn, uiaki-n belong to other arc now Ihc iiroduution a iiiaslerpieco. for .oiMiielr way across ihy Aildiiiif. Tlu-y Allen Ilolubar. ILc director, fcnuws i.nro the- Adriatic, win. !i s-ailej on ifce value of and has used 1Scpl. 3. carrying and knowlpdijo wlili tho highest dc- other raukiJ and will .I'.- k at Halilas of succr-sy. As ihe chru- ;on or al'oul llic jhc- Cedriv. actcr wh'j tbe Klory IsaiJed Hcpl- witli '.ffuTr.-; :ind ]'li.-licil hy ivoineu in the war, JXirolliy mhtr ranks, due ahout proves to he (Jisli, Uarron, ticorfie KawcetL and Kato Urnce. Cheyenne Hurry, the plainsinau. H.-.'-TJ- Carey, has lo kill "j I the shnviff anj others of a hireling j 'band who murdered his father, moth-; Jlcleim Outtcridge, Vancou-1 I jiljU.llk 1 .Tl'iJi. 'J.---- I IJU inil-'.-i it" IIUL- IJ.L JM. i i aav Public Oil _ta, Sapl. carrylBg K, o Uny voices o .bo d.Hrtu 0 or.-'. other ranks, :a Quebec' on Sepl. H, and tlio sailoil Winnipeg lor M. A. McTnnis, Saskatoon. (fiiins In Alberta in the iiroKpcctlng of Itelail A. Danficld Witml-i and Marine oil will make a larRcr oui- pCB 'Fred Vancouver; T. C. Me-I lay next year Hum over in ihe past, [Sppi. carrying officers and 11 V.Ias'T Vancouver. I'JttU-hoon, Winnipeg. Ulcclarca O. W. Mayer, vice itrchidenl i oilier ranks. E. s! Whilcsldo, Cole-; A third comprising munlc- ol tho company. Mr. Mayor, wno j-------------------------- man, Alta It. Wilson. Fernlo, n. [pal roprufeulailvos, mt-mtiers ol by C. McCobb. sctrctary- C. 1 royal com missions on industrial relat- treasurer K. D. Gray, special Paks IlriMsh Columbia Kioployors1 ASROC- C. Knight, Vancouver. Building E. Stirling. He gina; Janice Winning, RailtvAy Frank Mrs Itns iind rcprescnlalivcs of returned TMen ,nuniht-is among ita westerners. Chief Justue Mather, of Winnipeg, ana Alderman C- If. tinnif, of Ed in on- [OtL L. CmisiiiT. tlic Rcplv of Hon. Mr. Duhcrly Tolw MI. -i 1 Ucccivou Soldiers' Protest OTTAWA. Si'iil- reumiv, in Iho house uf commons this aflernoDn, referred to a statement that 51 as- sey, premier ,of Sew ZcaUinA. estimat- ed i hat 'Xcw Xcalaiul would receive .C as indemnity Cram the Germans. Mr, I'edlow atkeil what Canada ux- pocicd to receive. 'Mr, Uoherly, minister nf justice, rejily, polnteil out IliaL Ihe IIL treaty determined how any indemnity received would iie apportioned. lie did not know on whnt material Mr. Massey had his csliinalu mid j ho did not Ihtnk any atlvanlagc would be gained endeavoring to guess as. lo the amount. Canada would re- ceive. Mr. Gauvrcau, on a question of privilege, referred to made figntnal him in Mincryc, as -ol u "low, common, cownrdly Major C. G. Power Inquired whether any protests bad been received re- garding I he' 'prime minister's refusal ;o grant a commission to deal with the matter of n further LjranL 10 re- turned Eoidicra. Hon. C. J. Dohcrly replied that ho ,vus not aware of Ihe-receipt ot any i -Archnmliaiilt naked whether the govcrnnic-ni aware that a threat ot a several which ivonld tie. up Canada; unless' the strike leiulurEi wcro released on bail, lad been made in the press by (J. D. foothills, but be Mai'J.achlnn. lion. C. J. Dolierly said he was no aware as In whether Use altenUon of ADDITIONAL LOCALS Supply Medicine Hr.t K." McCann Agpury nnd j Mr. K. B- MUler, hrnnrli maiuiscr James Mayer: son of the vlcc-jirc-ridcnt ur (hr; Coca Cola left lodHV Is making a tour of inspection of ihe j for Medicine Hat to auond lo ihe dii- tlislricl oilices m tUu western jirovin-1 of a carload of vlio bus been in busl- fruit Tlio oil resoiirces of the iirov-i HOSH In l.cthbrldgo for n number ol inco'lio Faiil. arc yci unproved. is moving lo Ciliary con-1 Imperial Oil is UIIXLOIW limit in the same line of UusiiiCFs.j to develop tli-i imlnstry. but does not CL-O. I.aivford Is taking over Mr. Jack's a monopoly of tlic.field." lie lie-jbnslucss here and will continue it clare'J "Once the poasibilHy nb- 'iimlcr llie title of The Wtld- talTiinf! oil In commercial n. u ant i Lies i ins Co., as he emphasizes acetylius can be proved, it will not matter to us j and electric welding. who develops thorn, but we want an; puiinlv" ImprovemeniB to Block Complete Mr Mayer paid llnir drilling Work 011 itnprovcnitnts to tlic Oliver lions" to he curried out. in (he Block Is i-ouhl not 3ay wlm across the st-j that call tu her REAL LONDON FOG Ihrougii her own baby. Ic-avesl SHOWN IN DOROTHY j her little one .'Yith her husband's! GISH'S FILM, "BOOTS" I mother, lo niinisler to the needs of i Von have read and heard nf l.on-! ihe children ot Franco. Many udvent-1 don but unless you have been oti lire's await and through them all 1 the actual ground, you have a very I she; serves her high purpose, risking j vague iJea of what they really are. hr-r own life tn pave her little cbarEOrij And because Dorothy Glsh knew wliat when the town they are in i.s taken. London foK3 were like, having: by tbe Germans. A Hun officer tries i been in London rturinE the lime she] to fcircc himself upon her, and Xan- was working on of the; elto. half crazed by her is she insisted that the real Ravi'il from a gruesome fate by he used for newcsi husband. 1 Paramount picture "Iloot.i." which i5 Tonight for the. last tinio Rlarland (or u iierlort ol two will showQ. This ono is K dandy. Tim rctls have been taken and so Also Fatly Arhucklo coincdv terrain. "THE FRINGE OF AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Two of tho greatest fights ever slag- in any picture are seen in "The i FnnEC or Society. (lie great seven art in rememljer it's not all f to Lure which is hehig shown at the Colonial tonight. MilUm Sills, who is seen In the lending male role in Ihc cleverly woven inlii the foreign photo- graphy thai it Is impossible to ioll vrhlch were ma tie in Ilio United Slates and1 which were made abroad- Mod- ern molion picture making taxes Ihc ingenuity of every department of pro- duction. "So" ?ays Manager Fleming of Star- log Lon- .Ot 1 Sr02t the gnvernmciiL Hart been drawn lo the press diJiiiatch'iti He might liowever, that Hit refusal of bail to strike leaders was done on tlic orilcr of Court and'he doubted niicllicr such n UirdifwouM have any ertccl In altering, their ilccislon. [iilhculty in oblalniiiK piping, i said be. hail caused, tte 1 lay in tho boring openuions ot tho 1 Speaking of the avllviiies l oC the company in the north. Uio dunL said that Ihc machinery for the wells to no drilled in llic Snake Icr.untry is now on the groun'l. but that ST. PAUL Minn., Sept. cost of Ijvine. I'rcsiilcnt Wilson declared In ;in atldrPES (o the Minneaola leuis- laluro today. Is largely due to "si world situation" growing out Ot tho sacrifices and waste OL NIC war. U.icV or Hint, ncjdcd tlio prcsiderl. lay the fact that Iho world had not yet leaniert what tho neaco status would he. "The wrrld is not goins to It is loo late to shirt operations this season. Material has also been taken i still further north, to iho MacKenzlc river, where the company will havo the most iiorlherly oil well in the world. The crews will remain in tlic Mackenzie river country throughout 1 the winter in order Ihat they may commence ilfllliu? U'C earliest pos- siblc date next year. The Picture That Will Live Forever. A play destined lo live forever in play ]s 2 fine athletic type of man, and lo sec him battle bis war through Ihc greatest, thrill of the year, llulii Roland is seen in Iliy principal rolo, "The Kringe of Society" is an excep- tionally fine picture and will afford ample entertainment lo Colonial pat- rons. A laugliaLTe comedy "Reared anil the latest Screen Jlagazinc aro also heing The Colonial Concert orchestra are featuring Iho orchestral selection from "Tlic Bohemian Girl" lonlfiht COLONIAL TODAY Special feature Ruth Roland And an all-Mar cast, in "The Fringe Of Society" Two ol tho greatest fights ever staged, are seen in this picture. ll's a EinaFJiInK talo ot society lite ADDED ATTRACTIONS "SCARED STIFF." A IteaL Coaicdr LATEST SCREEN MAGAZINE CANADIAN SCENIC 25c and 10c COMING THURSDAY HARRY X "RIDERS OF f VENGEANCE" LIFT OFF CORNS! Frcczone is magicl Corns lift off with fingers without pain settle down." said "unlil it learns part (ho Ur.itnl Stales is to play in llic pcaro." MHO OCT. 20 TORONTO, Sept. The He adde.1 IhaL tlic United Stp.tea 1 dnin on the prohibition was the only nation whicli have cnougli fiipitai In tiie near Future to rehabilitate IhB world economically. be (ahen on Monday, Oet, 20, refcrcn- ion -will Sir Wil- _ liani Hearst, premier ol Ontario, niado j (his afternoon, lie not stole when Ihe provincial gen- FIRST LEAGUE MEETING cral elections would lake rilace, but It IN OCTOBER POSTPONED Iseeins to lie generally believed Ibal members of Iho government desitc to liavc'lhii double event on the one (lay- However, there, are ronflicliTifi Inter- nf is thri't [he maforily WASI1TXGTOX. Sept i3 now practically certain'LbaL Iho firsL meet- ins of ihe lerignc of nations 'will not be held in-Washington In October as originally planned. Tho exact dale ile- ijicnds upcn Ihe constitution of Ihc United Stales in regard lo rail (ication of Ihc peace treaty containing thf1 covenant which creates the league. Should Ihc senate i-atify thft treaty in lime lo jicrmil delegates lo arrive for j a inuclirfS; in-Novembcr it probahly j- will be held lhcn: but H the discussion is much prolonged the nicsting Is ox- pcctcri iu OTUI oiiLiJ nOnjc time in January, TAKE GUNS FROM SOLDIERS of tcmporanco -workers wish lo keep ihe referendum vole separate from politics. Farmers are snid Lo preftr lo have the rcferenilnni and Ihu ion on the same day. elec- Irish Attack From Ambush Force Re- j turning From Church. IIurL? No, nol one hit! Just drop I a lililo FVcezono on llut loucliy corn.! inslanllj- ft stops acliJTig. then yon lift) that hoULCrsomo corn right olf. Yes, matjfc! Co-sis only :i fcnp rcnlK. Try Freczone! Your drugpijt ec-IH a liny bottle, sufficient to rid yoin1 nf every l.ard corn, soft corn, or corn between Ilio loca, and 'one parilcto of pnin. soreness ur irrllallon, Kroczonc 13 the myster- ious ether discovery oC a Cincinnati nCLFAST, SetiL Apsoclalcil iiarly of IS soldiers re- luming lo barracks from church at Kcrmoye Sunday was nUnckcri from .milbusli. One soldier ivus killed and Ihrcc were wounded. The others were overpowered. The allacfclni; forces, wlilcb ap- peared to inimbcr about 20, used ie- volver.i, ,iml rjulckly left the pccnc in intoinoljllca wliicli were [or (Fcrmoyc lifts nbout In miles north- northeast oT Cork.) AUSTRIAN RAIL STRIKE ENDS Employees Granted 50 Ptr Cent. Wag? Increase. VIKNNM, 9epl. AssocinleJ T'ho Auslrliin railway striVaj tins ended ami llic southern and cm trn trains hnyo resumed service. The cntployeea hu'vo been granlurt loinj arlly a 50 jrer rent, advance lo lo meet Iho'Increased cost of living. DEMAND THAT GERMANS TELL OF KILLING OF AN AMERICAN SOLDIER CODLENZ ' ('cmanJ upon the German military authorities for an immediate report on the kill- ing of Pie. Mowell Msp'son of Sac- ramento, Calif-, who shot on Saturday by German soldiers while he and n corr.pnnion were on a hunting trip In Ihs neutral zone was mstic today by Majof- Gen. Henry T. Allen commander oT the forces In Germany. MPRES TODAY LAST SHOWING Prices 35c and Pay the War Tax Dorothy Phillips Star ot "The Heart o[ Humanity" la Her Mnstcrpipca "Destiny" Ruin or Success? Tno Love.of n Woman Showed Ihc Way- He didn't believe in IOTC. Ambition held him by the throat. He wealth. Dul.trio error of bis course was sTiuwti liim and desliny led him Jiiito wiser fields, Also Fatty Arbuckle in 'Tally's Diving Beauty" SOME SCREAM TOMORROW AND THURSDAY 35c; Children lOc AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture AND EFFECTS ON THURSDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER llth At 815 Eighth Avenue South, at Two o'clock FRANK WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER FULL PARTICULARS TOMORROW Apply locul ILll. or K.S. or W. C. CASEY, Central Agent, Allan. lira ft McKay Hlrtf., Main Street, Winnipeg k CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, THE GUELPH NOVITIATE CASE OTTANVA, ScpL At this rnorn- [r-B'.i inmiry liilo the ..r.ild of Iho CUielph uoTlllftto, cvidcntft devel- oped two outstanding (cnlurra. One, Ly Gen. Asliloii. ndjut- NEW LIEUT.-GOVERN'OR OF P.E.I. SWORN IN CHARL07TETOWM, P. E. I., Sept. Murdacb Mac- Kinnon wns in yestsrrf.iy by Hon. Rodolphc Boudrean, clerk of the prlw councit. The new gov- ernor will likely receive, from J. M. Bell today the personnel, of thi new government. Up lo a late hour last nlflbt the .Liberal mem- bers were In conference In ths selection of a cabinet and no th- in Q lias ycl been .inncunctd. LOSES FUR FROM AIRPLANE Wife of M on m Banker Used Ad lo Recover Neckpkcc. STARLAND Production Gvirentecd. GISH WEEK Tonight and Tomorrow at 2.00, 3.30, 7.00 2nd 9.00 Dorothy Gish IN BOOTS Ixjts ot people keep money In tiicir boots but who over UiuugliL Iliat romance, thrills, niid inlrljiuo coulii bo found in them? Sec DoroLliy Glsh's liuols hold. Don't forget lo ask tlio ciisuicr [ur n coupon with your ticket. Havo a guess on tlic BIG HOOT. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY D. W. GRIFFITH'S PRESENTS Mont., From .111 airnlsiie. brown fur, crin'ne collar. Return to M. HtcTcup. llnrloivlown, Mont. The foregoing ad appearing lit Hie Billings Gazelle, petals to something newi Uar- Journeying lu Killings from Saturday EIS a in an.t-gcneral. wss thai Hie one of Uic two Curlisa biplanes pllolcd n. Fnrrell and Harry (I given to CapL -MncAulny, who con- ductcil Ific rafd, to. Uio offocl Ihlt holler. of'HrfdRcr. .Mrs. Stevens, ivifc of was lo proceed wflh lad and care; a banker ot HarlowLon. tlrnppcil lier tho other from inor ivhn Ihc InstlUitlon during Ihc raid; wns -to Iho effect thai the paiiy arrivcil Uio in il.lrlnM.3. mcra- ben ot Iho community having rctlrcrl. lur, ?lrs. Stcvciis Relieves tht- ncck- pfrco wns teat somewhere lictneen Hycgnlc nnd Ilronclrlcn', ni tho Jllera a nearly direct croKs country THE GRtAT HUMAN DRAMA OF TODAY Father Mother's Son Mother 'The Heart of Humanity' THe'plCTURE THAT WILL LIVE FOREVER vciry J1 'A ROMANCE of HAPRy VAU.EV' ROMANCE OF HAPPY VAUEY" WITH LILLIAN GISH AND ROBERT HARRON WINNERS OF THE GUESSING CONTEST WILL BE ANNOUNCED THURSDAY EVEi'JINQ AT S.OO O'CLOCK. Wlnncra must be prctcni with their numbers, clherwl.e Ihe prirso will to the ntiil nearest All Adults 35 Cents ;