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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SF.PTEMnun 11, 1010 Tin; aim1 HERALD PAGE FIVE U.M.W. of A Convention Deals With the O.B.U. in District 18 CLEVELAND. Ohio.. Sept. The convention of Itie United MJne Worken of America went on record today against the One Big Union. I.W.W. and other such movements, endorsing President Lewis' sharp condemnation of radical tenancies. The question came up during the Etderallon of the report of Presi- dent Lewis. A committee recom- mendation approving the action of '.he international executive In re- voking the charier of the western Canadian miners for joining the One Big Union, organized at Win- nipeg llils summer, was adopted with only one dissenting vole. It was stated that 95 per cant, of the scceders wefre now back In the miners' organization. TWENTYSEVEN LOSE LIVES IN HURRICANE WRECK v MIAMI. Kb.. Si-pi. 1J.-- v Tivciity-scvm HI i'm hers of itio crew of MIC Waul Liin; steamer Curydun losi iliclr livis when tlio rounder vil In Ha- Iminu HfaimiH in ih._- Lurri'.-aiio v.-b tell iiassi-rj over KLori'Ju on TiU'sthty. Survivors clinging lo ;i drifted lo shore al runt Florida ilri-; u! war. It pay.i jj triljino to WODLIllUOod ill tllL' I'.C'J Cross niH-sD. It a stdu of tlio wer which hriu too [none ovevlook. Thu story uf 'The of Hu- inanily" WAS by Suholl and Alien ior n-retu by Mr. ll'.iubar ami prodncf--! hill1. It the rbmanco of Nunelle. tit-.- liulc o[ I-Vihcr Debate on Throne Address Will Be Concluded Today v v ity in liie Caiw4ii pariiiliLom .i marriaKc 'jf aMesi and brnv- iricla's five ilcrLiralion of Through llic; iln-rc runs a lljr> I ilmt mtkus "Tlit- ost ta.ii u I'onnnun- Northwc-si. LLLI! Jn'-ll. tiprmauy. t-ntirf> product] or 'I i.f ii'.tcrosl of Humanity1 K ttA.-' slcry (.f Ihe yet iiJm.-il. 'Hie cast In san- cf Miss 1'hiilip.s LricJu-lc.-i sucii M-eli known' HCTCI 'i fuvoritos as Ham Stowcll. I'-AI O'MuUey. AnJrtrioii, Mann. George Hraidivcoil, OTTAWA, Sept. Debate on Hie R llrantford. K-acc IroM'v continued in iho house miical of ilis leasuc-. aULioush de- chirms lio would voic for ratification. loJay. louiorrow it concludes, JIo ihut Die lime inlKhl lion. It, I-fUileux, look liii? come- Germany. ailtiiilU'd t.o iho major of iljnL a ft? moon, J league, would largely constilulo Hi iliai Lhc i-mcaani of iliclvuiin; He was convinced TnorATPP nn IU DLftl n.U. lit OF nations was would have more wars. Itccoinmendalion Likely To Uc Miiilc IJy Juilgc Kulisun of (he Jloitrd uui nrlEt-lc 10. Hut by nilffyiiiK treaty he asketl wan Onacla nut sur- icinlcriiiB full cott'-o] over iiary an-1 IFe tiic Dominion's Vr'ar iis one' tiT cjEplnilatiuu, (.-slriv- aii'l wasio. Thcr.- (no con elusion tomorrow oi alc on ihc treaty, de- .ihc ?word and. and pounded nnrl rofkcd by Rrrat German suns. H de- picts Hie Icnderncss of the mother- heart In Us ctiTifltcL with the horrors PHONE 1766 A limited quantity of Plums in Peach Boxes, and in good condition, per case Oat Cakes, 2 Scotch for 2Sc Apex Slrswbcrry Raspberry Jam, mixed with apple, per 4 pound lln 75c King Beach Pure Strawberry and Raspberry Jam, per faur pound Un Crab Apples, Peaches, Pears, at lowest prlcei, Corn, 2 tine for 45c Bath Soap, 3 Lavender for cakes 25c Senator Totiacco, half pound tin 85c SUGAR EXPECTED TO ARRIVE TOMORROW FREE DELIVERY 220 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH Tremendous! i No other word describes colotwll The mod heart Kircliuif, picrnrc ever drama of iho love that pasaelh all im- dcretanding, presentee! wiih R skill, an art, ihit carry ila lieauliful story itraight to your ioul. AN ALL-CANADIAN FEATURE f THE GREAT HUKAN DHAMA OF TODAY Mother's Son and in Allen Holubar-s The Heart Of Humanity" The Picture Tktt Will Live Forever It's positively being shown today and morrow at prices within reach of one and' all, rich and poor. Come early and avoid the rush. Times oi Showing, 7.00 and 9.15 35c, G.W.V. 25c, Chfldren lOc. Special Mask. EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow ;