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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SEPTRimKR 10, 191 m LETimnmcE DAILY HKHALH PAGE FIVE staled thut in tin y owners had do-slrc'J thy transfer fur somo lime, j but Uie of fearing huriaso ol bad declined lu Debate Continued Dr. McUibboti. continuing Ihcs de- bate on the treaty rt-soluUoo, referred lu oiK-nius t-j llic iivniondoua losses Ifi fafiunUIfd ami treasure re- I rum lUo war jusl concluded, luida, he having maJe grea; rifltcs In the war, had ilia rlgbt :o (ilscuss (be UTDIS of tho peace and 10 assuro herself that (hosts Ihliiss Mr. KoweLt Heads Correspun- won fur on the uuieripi.u tknce to How Mouse Showing Secured OTTAWA, Sept. Mr. Mowull. of ParkJalc, hi the boiiso this afler- noou presented Ma bill to substitute clcclrocutlim us ;i mf-zns of capital Irunhhment. This bill was read a time. Mr. llowoll rcml correspondence which iiasscd betivec-ji Sir Thomas ihcn acting premier, nntl Sir IloLerl fiorden. at the lime In Ixmdon, In regard lo Canadian re [ires cut at Ion Ht tho peace conference. The corns pponilence opened with :i cable from) Sir Thomas White to Sir Robert Hor- ficn OH Dee. 4. H that tho cabinet council was strongly nr the opln'ou thai Canada should bo were pres-orved al Hon. II. I.emEeui said ha would liko lo eeo a full report from Iho Caimd- iuu delegates lu regard lo lUelr work while overseas. Ho thought thai Ibo prlmo minister had shown a Uick of dignity in threatening (he re nig nation uf the government if his JUFINERS JUMP SUGAR PRICES SVDXEV. N. S. sulo dealars In Sydm-y been noti- fied by C'auadla'J ri-r.ncrs lhat sugar has advancM is) jmic ;.0 a hun- dred pounds. siipvist agent, anil Kale V. Toncray, JMivard 1'cil Itaymond Cantiun cuinplece llic. casi. all playtrd vt lUe uighcsi ability and rcputaiiou. uere not passed. Mr. Lcmleui: said te agreed with Ihe seiirtirjK of m-ia and KMS duritig Iho war. but did not apree wtlli Lliu Kovurmceni war policy. It had been one of exploitation, extrav- agance, profltccrliis and waste an I was the thief cause of Iho present un- rest. Canada v.-as not a treaty ranking lower nnd She only treaties Canad.J could iiiiLo would b? the ludlans the uol-Mi. i Ovation lo Sir Thomas Sir Thomas WJiilo cnLercd at the In chamber whllo Mr. Lciuleiix was I view ol Canada's war effort. Ihc cable! hpeaklux 3nil VTAS an ovation i continued, the council of tlic opiu-j whlca lasted for several minutes after Ion that the Dominion was entitled la repryiicntalion. (hut the tharacler of the Ilritlah conjiniFaton composed of Great Britain am] otacr nations under he taken his scat. paid Mr. IjCinieux. :i lirillsh tlc-ctor I would insist ihat my nl. .WcstmiiiBler do Sept. Can- adian whsat board has Issued an order (No, which stipulated that no wSital shall be transferred by any railway company in the following ere as of Alberta and Saskitchcwan without a permit from Ihe Canadian wheat board: In Alberta, the area bounded on the north by the Canadian Paci- fic Railway from be to Compeer, on the western boun- dary line cf the province, on the south the international boundary, and on the east by the Saskatche- wan border. In Saskatchewan, C.P.R. sub-tiivisitna Culknife. Wll- kfe. Hardisty, Macl'.lin, Biford, Bel- Meld, Kerrobcrt, Coronation, Swift Current, Empress, Maple CrteV, Mnynard, Shaunavon and Goven- lock. C.N.R. cub-divisions Klnderslcy. Hannj. Elrose and Detisle. G.T.P. lincr Trandora lo Art- land, BJggar, Calgary branch, Cut- knife Branch and: Alean, Cattle- ford branch. HARRY CAREY IN "RIDERS Or VENGEANCE" AT COLONIAL Just at ihe inomc-ri when Lapp'nc-ss vaa his and he out uf tin- v.c-atern iliurcu wiih his brldo !HJ arm. a u( rifles spurt- mingling the of shots with Uio :iiu-ic of the w ending bells, ami njcycinie ra.ihi.-r, mother, brothers mid wife pant cu iho church ol one of ihe fueda i luro- dr.unatUi atory of of Yen- (foanro a Harry I'urey pic- luir. Is -JUJera ol will bo shown yt the Colonial Tlieuire! on TburjJay, Fi'H'ay and Saturday ibis The of gripping s'tiiatk-ns tfiai go ici make thi-i picture ti'p ktrungrst uf al! Carey'.s Joujf linft u? turct-ssrs wjs loinrivcO by IHIII- iifsistcd by Jack Ford. Jl- recied tho filming of anil utfier pkiurea release.! by I'ni- i'oinpany wlih Harn- I'arty us ibt- character. iy abounds throiieh the r-spor.EO lo the dtmauJ of that Harry ttud Lia d.iector have salhered abyul ihera a score or more of tho otd who lived llirnugU (he hi.slnry of old in its Tho picture that Tiic mast aMiealii will live forever X love story cvtJ ono yovcreigu should ho recoguizeil j their uttnobL to settle the Irish rjues- and that provision should bo uiadn for before rillficalion ol this Treaty." EpecEal reprcseulallvus of these us- j itr. t'ocksliult: lions. l gentleman settle the Irish replica on i l'. 1510. recouulliiK Llic steps lie lifid Lcmloiix: "J would not like l-J tilien dud how he had broijeht the limnch out mio mniUT up at Ihc Impcrlnl wSr cabl- nM whlrii r "J a diacusslon of j inallcr- buL 1 commons of and pnnctioncl not 1 would In truo Jintisli iunE Careon." ian iicoplc would J Thc Of Canada's status U-.-.H AmitrU-an dele- 'al pomo icnutli further cahlc from Sir Thomas thai the Canadian appreciate live nutli by 3ir and no Canatllan dolepUe, nor he stated, was no-.' "Tonnlo. Oni.. Sopt. woulil they mipreciiitc sevcnil As far as the proposed con-j soldiers arc inaktriF; t from Orc-it Britain an-i ptLtutlonal confercuco was concerned, i for And In her drcamj. Uny fingers bei'fconed her acros? the seas. Out of tho sinoko and du-ii of Inttle.j niiiLil Ihe crashing nii.l slirifhiiif ofi .war, came the faun of the K'rl he left j behind. Thc inothcr-htarl cried but thoj Th'-ir lins I lien tho lir.l-1 rosim in th-j: tree trlted llieiu liurrs. Kcc Dorothy I'liiilip-: in an appeal- fnp romance- of Hi-- Caindlau north-; weal and the sreai j The Ifjgcard fni'f -.vis illumlncil by! the light oC pride c' pacnfk-c thalj shone in the nioilK-r-eyPs. i Her bays dead, Ihc- ?aid.] hut she knew they found a newer., holier life. The moonbeams iiit-rccQ the freat Canadian furesL ,L.._A. fore a h1mne. The most gripjiin- picture proilucllon In ivhirli Dorothy 1'hiUips over has appeared. apolugize for not heiiiR able to snow this wonderful picture tonigbt. j It's guaranteed 10 be hero tumor ro-.v. Tonis'nl Dorothy Phillips lie-' seen in an cxlraovdinary Ont., Sept. fol- lon-lni; from Sir j LILLIAN GISH HAS llenrsl. premic-r of Ontario, is jiiibllsli- FINE COMEDY ROLE i ed in ihe Ottawa merniiiE )N GRIFFITH FILM conicily ayaiii as a bfftiy worn a blot on the fair utiino ilhe Pi'eapnt-Uay audtenccs. an-J gun- jihe Ouldur. West. Then Chtyornc iP'itf lhert' he if the of Hie! raised li'a han3 and iwnre lo be i" Ftlrrins Uuys Just rtvtngcd un.lhe ot hire.l rlosu ihu civil war Li! derers. 'JP faithfully There This Is the situation on which the can no douM of ilic fidflitj- of the -----'-I scenes di'pk-ttd ii is RED SEAL ALL SEATS T25c ALL WEEK LAST TIMES TONIGHT ROLAND Lyons-Moran Comedy Screen Magazine Other Attractions THURS.-- FRIDAY- SAT. Thu .King of Westerly Character Actara none from Canada. lie dc-clnrcd that It should make no alicnrtant to tho playloK .Miss Lll- Kratuily mid lining that Han Ilcwest rolc> Mut o[ "II will he a great illsnppoinitncni, chingc In the constilullon of Canada iho cable went on, "if_you arc; r.-.-HTiouL cousulllcG' the .Canadian noi a full member of Ibo confer-'people, cure." Un January 1C, Sir Thomas cabled: Birth Notices henrly congratulations -to Sir Robert! on hid success 3n securing Mr. ani Mrs. 5. B, GooJ. lion [or the Dominion. Mr. Ilowell also rtncl n mcmonintlum j cf nurdelt, Alln., Ihc Van Ilanrlem losjillal, on September Slh, a eon. prepared Sir ItoherL on behalf of iho prime ministers of the Dominions, and circulated among llic British Em- pire delegation. Thc memorandum. was In connection with tlic iiOElllou or Stli, a sou. the Dominion in regard to Iho signing oi (ho treaty. The recommendations thrreln- were atlonled, except one wliicli provided llaat Ihc llritlsti gales should sign on llie" Uiricd Kingdom. This courso was not [ollowci as Ihc -Mr, and Sirs'. George A. Lowe, of Travers, Alia., on September 1 immediate net ion ba taken lo tiEC t further financial aid u a country girl in "A Homnnrn of them. Slink lor OiHarlo. most half of our anuv, antl Iho prov-, from u-Wj-h .he Dommion [Happy David Artcrafl producUoii. winch will i 0[ shown at Slarland Thursday, a iv COIllcJv "ic ho fS position ot the counlrv warrants" Is even more Dr. and Mrs, M. Stccic, 9P1 2nrt Are. S., on Krjrloju n Uritish delegates had also, to slew ot porllong of the umpire specially represented nL..the conf cnco. l Mr. Howell-told Iho house thai.the illriliih ministry pf shipping had agreed to. the transfer of Canadian-owned ships now under Drltisli registry to .Canadian subject lo Ihc Tights of the Urilish government, lie GERMANY ORGANIZED FOR COMMERCIAL OnBodyandFacs, Red'andlichy. .Cried For Hours, LastedaYear, "A rQflh started all over my Ihite girl's bojy, and che had some on her face. It Elirtcd fn a pimple Ihst v.-fl3 fnll of v.-a'.cr, and. '.lt EO> and iichy, She las'.td "Then f clflrteti wiihfl free simple of Cutlcura Soap and OInlment. I bought mote, and I used four tikes of Soap and ihrce bones of Ointment which healed, her." (Signed} Mrs. Dora Lengly, IOJ2 Gertrude EL, Verdun, Q.UC., August iijiui'." The Calicura Trio Consisting of Ointment and Talcum la an adjunct of the dally toilet in nuinlilnEng cV'in purity end health.'-' Tor frra tirii c( Oftit- ftiM Tdnn K-ldnM pMl-ard: "Litlrvt, Sept' Huglics, addrcisins a meeting of the nationalist fed era lion, sain (Jer- many stood ioilay the test or- ganized nation In the. world Tor :L coniniorcfal war. lit said Koine people had spoken Lo Ithn of trade relations with Ger- many. -If they wanted relations wIlL Gernjany rtjust (jet soniehody (Chters.) trade Uicy else. A rich1 lather frwn SUE-! C. HI general npnlaiiEc from the critics, i Under Mr. Griffith's direction she has jcrcatcd a nerV n: i ler, and her part.; j in Ihe new protli j sparkling, In lliu eclccliou of her casts, Dor- olliy Cish demands tlial tvcry care j be taken the, heat, possible support. In her new jik-lure, ivlucli :s Hie bill at the Slarland lo- nljjht, Hicliard narlhcltnes.'! lias tlic loading uiale part, tual of Everett the English secret service rtgcnt who Is lii love with IlooLs. Fon- tinc LaKuc plays llic part ot a Hol- CALUAHY; Rent. 10.-- Action vrhir.hi Vrlhx inlo the cof- fers" of the provincial government j something like of unpaid, .ivies, has been commenced this week I :iy the attorney.-general's ilepirtmcnLj st the Canadian Northern rail-[ way, tile Canadian Xatinnal and otlier co-rtcCendanta.1 according to ar. announcement made last night by Attorney General Boyle, from Ednion-' ten. (ADVBRTISEQ1EXT) in I Latest British Gazette and "Beware of RUTH "The Fringe of Society" A Smashing T-Act Feaiure Jsnotun fnmfoaAtlo Cftut LONCtCO.UM.TtD A SNAPPY GINGER SNAP LAST TIMES TONIGHT DOROTHY GISH BOOTS Harry Carey This action, one of tlic most import-] mil ever taken liy tlie pruviDce. Is lo j recover amounts clniiucd lo he due! by these railway companies, under! Ihc act Lo supplement (he revenues of! thn province, in, the years 1D13 lo! 151S, inclualTC. Hands Were Svjollen From Rheums- lac Relieves Trouble. NEW YORK IS EN FETE FOR PERSHING AMI) HOYS AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, THURS. ON THE PREMISES, 815 EIGHTH AVENUE SOUTH AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, SELL BY AUCTION. AS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Acti effects Including: Holhl oak roll lop rlCKk suitable (or home or office; handsome dining aulto In mission oak comprising liuKcl, round extension .table and set of chnira; .c.iV. jardlnlorc Eland; pair o( grass chairs In Al condition, si Ac table; lounge upholstered Jn lapcbtry; nurse rocker; llrilssella'carpel, Jardiniere and tern; Uco'curtalns; tingle bed complete; 1-6 bed with eprlng and lelt mellress; eik tlrfsier and Eland; toilet set; linoleums; kitchen table nnri chairs. Wascana kitchen store; C'hctr heater; carpel svresper; morris chair; Eastman kodak; child's ID volumes "Wonder wash boiler; .wash tub; sealers and the usual kitchen sundries, TERMS CASH SALE AT TWO O'CLOCK N WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE "I had almost lost Ihc use of niv llmba from rhcumatistn and my hands were so swollen I couldn't, take off my rings, tout I look Tanlac I lia'vo nearly forgotlei] I over had rheu- matism at said -Mrs. Mary O'Xclll. who resides al IS Slarr Street, Hall- fax, C'nnafla, "I could talk all-day nod not even get slRTlcd tnllins how I buffered" with rhemmllam and Indigestion lor the past four she continued I "i would want to eat nnd would, try n i L iU 1 to hut it (Hclii'L do me anv good, for Ilchlni tho douiili- u h and of the guns came the divisional (rains. Gen. first NEW YORK. Kept. Pursuing flL thoir htad, the division of "Willed regulars, cr.nsisting of men marched :n Fiflh Avenue today, It was grimeGeorge TORONTO In CcnLro of Shoppinn .-.nil Business District 250 ROOMS [00 Bllhi EUROPBMIPLA-V In lliB Tremendous Success "Riders of Vengeance" You'll certainly be a. heaiy loser if you miss seeing MA111LY CAHEY in thig, his biggest and most thrilling liUoloclrama. "Illders of Ven- ye.nncc'1 iritli ILarry Carey In his fanious characterization, ot "Choyenne bolda the story of a tragedy of Ihe Early West thai cmblLlered a man's heart to Sec this picture. It's great STARLAND I Ail Production! THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY D. W. Griffith in misery Tor Lours ;il n lime. Many a (Tmo I have had lo Elop .work aliouL It ,vas a for New York houW oa o Tl zJna.s packed tho Imc or would Have SALE AT 52312th STREET A. NORTH ON FRIDAY NEXT AT FIREMEN IN BOSTON MAY STRIKE ALSO BOSTON, Mass., Sept. strike of the cHy firemen Is threatened. President Daniel Looney, of the firemen's union, said today the firemen believed the pe-Elce union should exist and "what laoor demands or us we will deliver." COBALT STRIKE OVER CODAIjT, Out., of Ihc mines In llie aro irorking again this mornfiifi after the strike. crews arc ucine cnkplnycd, but Iho staffs will DC gradually lo- cre.T3od. Tlit has conic to a sallafactory agreement ivllh ila craploicos. Coffee Ccsts some people more than money. If coffee drinking disturbs health.try POSTUM No raise in price. 'to lie down and ccL quiet until my( lire.ilMinc: would got easier. Then i Ibtarthurh Bin! a bllniMns headacTit.[ ivonllt POL in anil when I would Ret up an-1 start acrosa the room, I T.'oulrl have to calth mysclt to Ucep (roin falling on the floor. T was weak and [ell too wornoul and tired all the time lo lie anything like my natural sell Mill all the medicine I look dliln't maki! me feel any hotter. Then rheumatism set In and the jiains would seem 1" start I'n my shnuld-Jrs anil Joints an'l BO (h'rongli niy whole hoily. Jty'Jo.nls swell so that I cotllrl hardly move from the atiftncss nnd Al j nleht I wouM lay awake In misery often ivouldn't gel nny. rest nl all.. Most of tlio iiain ivoulil lie In my led IsirtD, and I couldn't hnvc slept on mv i left r.lde. nor wouldn't have tried for Ihoiuaml dollars. "1 .look the advict! (it tt nun Iwlio Is boanllni! it I ray house and trinl j Tanl3c, and I am mlghly Rlail I ilul. I Tanlnc ii n wonderful modlrliK', 'or It has not only relieved my i trouble entirely, but. the is also a Ihlne nf Iho iiar.l. I fan got arounr] Ihc house antl go Just nny wjiero I ivant to, like 1 had nsvcr had rhcumallam' at all. My appetite haj come back like old times and J c.ln ent Bud rnjoy Jusl the blggeat kind ol a meal nnd never hare n minute's Irmililc. Tho heartburn disappeared when f KOt relief from Indigestion and 1 eft all nipht long and wlke In tho morning feeling line. My fing- ers have gone dowii to thoir natural slzo aud myself nor anybody else could I ell I ever rheumatism. I'il certainly tell anybody thai t see what Tanlnc lias done for me, and will be glad to rcconimsnd II In every posalblc for I'am thankful for tho relief It has brought me." Tnnlacj M snltl (n tiy John D. lllsinhottinm In Coal hurst hy Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In tVnfner hy .Mrs. N. IXr- WRESC I THURS. FRIDAY, }J THE BIGGEST PICTURE IN TEN YEARS PRESENTS NOT A WAR PICTURE Romance of Happy Valley" THE PICTURE THAT WILL LIVE FOREVER rcgrcL lo announce thai Heart of HumtuiUj'1' can- nol reach licro in- If me for In- day "a showjnp, ao It will shnwn Thuiwlay nut! Friday posillvcly. Thc prices-lor tills monalor, colossal prnrtuctioi] will ho only 35c (or rid nils nml lOc Tor children, TONIGHT DOROTHY PHILLIPS Will Be Seen lor Ihe Last Time 'DESTINY' Tils altrnctUm itoes' not neejt unr Riiarantce, U stands on Ih own merit. Also of "Fatty" ArbucMe In "His Diving DeautFee" and sCE oF HAPPy VALLEY WITH LILLIAN GISH, ROBERT HARRON AND AN ALL-STAR COMPANY n. W. OriKilH has Spiked his artillery, disbanded srmr, turned his aword Into a ploughshare, and his spear into n pruning and mado a ilellgliHullx human plclurs tbat will appeal to oveo'bodv. The story ol ft boy who wanted to be cllj" .'nsleiJ of slaying happy In tbe tall erass. SIX flEELS EXCELLENT COMEDIES AT ALL PERFORMANCES Tjje winners of the guesting contest will be announced. Thursday evening at 9. Be there wilh your number. ;