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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rmnAY SKPTomEn rur. i.ETimmncF. IIKHAI.H PAGE FIVE Declares There is No Justifica- tion For Spread is Too Great ALL PEACE MIS o- 1'hul is Ottawa I have miiii ti in Council AITcding Pro wUh al1 tlle llali hibilion KlTetlivc i ATSTARLAM) Ttio characters lu "A I'.oniam-c of Hauuy Vallov" ,aro such IILTSODS as D Criffiih knew in bovhood days when ho riuiLled ibroujcli uplanJs aloug Oliloj peace is 'in tiio role or Enid Arden. uulutorej daughter uf tho and man who lias won lis-r love, uio, confronted by vifo frora whom he I believed liu had been .'ri-ej. Vuevv tho had proved I river in Kentucky and Indiana andJ unworthy and had no claim to his I Ohio. Simple follu they are who lived j love, yot when called on to renounce-1 laoil loved aii'l had llielr weariness her own idve that ihb wife might i i and M'oea all In one small area. Ihe reclaimed for him, dUl sh'-; From Hit? lives at the keeper o.'. doT i.i fur the birila and flovrera and elie k-arns of the greater leve and glorlci Eu il. The tellings arc of ci'iulsile lii-aiii y, such us are favored by the author uf Ihe story, James OlUei (.'unvood, acid the dirccliou Is QUO Hie finest pieces cf work ever doce hy Jtalph luce. Ihe country lioarding lioine. his fam- was ?n experiment The slalcmcnl 'ivaa filed as an exhibit. Harry Whlila, K. I1., representing the Eorentmi-nl. was inuih hiiereatel la the prlco (harged Tor slicing bacon. In Kitten's tincl Itudsons Hay rotu- WIN'.MPEG. Sept. dd not BCO tho Justification In bacon nt C5 and 70 cents a declared Judge If. A. ItobEon. chlof commissioner of of a It is tho opinion ol eparunoui thai ilio War thid was tcMwo'or three i Measure :.c-i rtmili-s valid until i-oacu [is. but many other dealers charged and it 13 the further! much as all cents. Ono in oHieially proclaimed aiu and (hereafter Ly ___ i general -In-couiu-ll in M-iirccly probable Ir.at OiKiwii1 year witness Hint lot al afternoon The go m.ila. tho In Menioriam In IOTIDK memory inoiher, wliu dlcil on our dear 12, 191S. baton, Figures G that lucon LougLL from .Armour's in was 4 ccrUs clieaper laid down in Winnipeg. dospilo necessity of puyta? duly, (relelit. oxchatiBQ and all luci'JxUI expenses, than Ihe product Ironi tbo local phcXers, in a one and t opinion of ULC 4uiiiiniJim.it iliat peace on. dear molhpr, take thy tan not bo iiriKlaimM until such linio I as n Elate (if w.ir teased Lo c-xibt i thy uead ujxiu thy Savior's breast, Wf loved thcc well, Jesus loves urodUL-eJ, Qiid It was tills ihal drt-vr j Bulgaria. JMUUU _ i jf ihoory 15 romtt and adlicrrd to. order3-in-couIK-il. including pro- hibition and race track orders, parsed A. AcV.laivJ. a member of tho under ihe War Measures art. shall board, sit wiili Judgo Ilobson the remark from Iho er that he saw no Justification hi Lho high price tif retailers. loved tlicc well, tiieo lies I, Goodnight. -rlriFtried by dauijhter and grandcblldrcu. Mr. and Mrs. II. I Peebles, their lillle hchqities uud iheir grcal rifiLts. with trivial events iha> ve them to far artiotii.I with thu of Ihelr llvei and its] penalties and rewards, lio drew the j talld of the draQKi. Il Is EU Finnic it BL-eniB a lain about one's .so (orceful it seems all life in one! white (lime. i II iiounds home no propaganda, il. thumps no pulpit; iL IB without tor-( itioa or moral, nnly such BS lile ea In ila quiet, -way, TLc Crllllth inact-' ery connived It, ihc Griffith artistry! produced it. It ivill be at Slur- land 10night and tomorrow. OI equal faafiuaiioM aro tlio vliPM-. this tnan finds out this chili j 'I' or flrtypp.tli Hi IN. uhnsc only lovo BARGAIN Irrigated quarter section for sale on crop payment. will handle. TO RENT Small 17th St. 3., 58.00 per month; 210 1st Avenue S.. VO.O3 per month. We make :i Specially ol Col- lecting W. M. Harris Agency Successors lo Wilson fc Skcith Rhone 1343 Sherlock Bldg, Tho clitflt comiQhaloner unuounccd that Mcut.-Col. A. Iluhae, a Vancouver I a higher grade were produced by John cat, nianacer of a larso In Msmoriam In luvinj; memory or our dear wife and moilier. Annie Knox, wuo died on Sept. 12, !91S. You Jiavu left behind soino nchinE hearts Tliai have loved you dear, Hearts that never will lorfict, your memory is nriuen litre. I ofltn think of liy i TiVlien we wore all toprtihcr. .shudon1 o'er our lives In i-nst, i A dtar forever. Jnsericd liy hiisbaml and son. O- Declai-es Also Thai Spct-ial Com- millcc AH Dclo- alst in Ihe rc-esUblishmenL ol od EOldlera was now senate j ihut as ihc hoiisc had adjounioilj I till Sept. 22, it. hart decided 10 in- troducc HLO liill into HID house nf coin- mons v.-ithoal delay, appointing :I_ST.DC- OTTAvV.A. Sepl. 12.--Two wpro lal cooiniULcQ Lo give It consideration, presented in tbe house ol commons Pensions Iliis afternoon bolli of whirlfTverc pro-j lio then read n comuaraiive table iluced las: session, but lo or the granted liy various Annuunccnicnl Made in House! of Commons Hy Hon. N. W. ttowcll OTTAWA. Sept. regard lo HID vi'ar request for n lomruiEsion to tlio prantinff of a, furthrr ivar service graluity. Hon. W. Howcll nn- nonncc'l in ihft coiinnons Ihla uf- tcrnooii that si bill dealing with llic rcesLubHshmcnL or a spci-ial i-rjinmittco nppoint- ed to consider il. Moose Jaw's Attitude MOOSi: Kept. dorsation was given Use nelson of tbe Dominion in demanding n HARRY CAREY IN "RIDERS OF VENGDANCE" AT COLONIAL NOW- IJarry Carey, tho screen's most jnopulir Western cliuractcr actor was at the Coloalal last in his A qucRlion that arisea after seeing "The Heart of now show- ing ;it Ihe Empress Thfai.ro. for tho last time tonipot. Is "Where did Ihe director get :ill those child actors j aiifl j j Tiic answer They are not act-! ors and Dorothy I'hll- lipfi, the slar ot Ihe liltn c-i plain it. "Allen Holubar, thR director, cn- Eagecl aboul cJiildren. Tliey were picted up from all of Los Angclps, anJ it may be intei- lo thoBO who liave seen J lalest proiluction "Iliuers The feature Vcn- j p re- today orplianagc in 'Tho ol Humanity.' to Icnni lliat FOIHO of Ihem were orpli.inage childrca. Their BIG DANCE The North Lethbridge Baseball Club Will hold their first ciacce of the in the K. P. HALL on MOD., Sept. 15 Dancing from till 1. Gentlemen extra lad- ies, 50c. 210-3 D. W. Griffith PRESENTS A Romance of Happy Valley NOT A WAR PICTURE we told you lhat D. W. Griffith had- lurnej his talents lo peaceful pursuits werp rlgtit. This Is certainly a. love- ly picture Rtd one that roil will riever forget. It la a. delifibL to turn away from ihe srtieso ol war (o a beautiful toral Don't Miss Tbt5 One. Also Another of ihe Eitreruelj Populnr "TOPICS OF THE DAY" and "EAST LYNNE WITH VARIATIONS" Tils is a scream. "We have had ao many enquiries and ic quests for tins comedy since played it iasi. that ivc liare si cured It for a. second, shiotv Don't miss this program. isciitec] a-nin at the Colonial today ireRt aMhc ond of rach day's irar1! !nnd Saturday. Uvas a rea5t Of creaTI1 cones. For Dig, virile playa of (he .-To osplain. jjr. jiolubar's inelhodr, typical of thn, last; r onji.c- an igreat Carey Elands EU-J cr-s'lrict" .l.rcine. His popularity grows marching nnd ap- i every new picture lie appears-in. pircDtly timo ivith its Iniln- T.r do not he deneived. The trainer is today he stands as ihc ecicens' [ore- most, In "Riders ot Vpn- uuanc-e" Carey is Been al. his demanded. Tho resoluiion j lhc af0 [o bc ivaa ordered forwarded lo Sir Uohcrl' nvcnt 0[ v: ,0 n Jem.U.lon of Great will ECTVC on'a renally of a day ttons shall bc puWic holidays, llotli bllla were rend a firpt lime. Mr. Jacolja nslted if it (rue thal J tlic Canadian trade mission in London j v was being nliolished. f agkoll thai il be mode Hon. Mr. Dohcrty reiilicd Uiat dc- J UiRt OFCIltaLivcs of Grcal on the lyulerliainieen rcarhed. LVar VctcrAns- Assocbrion, v.-bo were asked what the rniannlal 0! thn house. Uonlen ftinl lion. J. A. Caliler. The latest eplsoiic o( the lied Glove completes the hill. Nest opi- jsodo of this great serial be ih'c I finishing one. Anita comes to 11 ial on Monday'in her greai li'ne ivith ihe elephant Tonight will positively lie the last ahowlup of J1The Heart, of at the Empress. There will be a sjic- cial children's matinee tomorrow. Ihu price being only 5c. Let. llic children see this wonderful nicLure, "The. Heart of SCENES OF GRIPPING INTENSITY ABOUND IN "TWO WOMEN" Scenes of gripping intensity that lest the lull measure of the remark- able power of tlie -star abound in "TTTO tlte Anita Stewart picture which will be seen Colon- >n tbe Colonial "Ihe.ilre on. 'Monday. These reach a irr.inEniloiis climat in the final scenes wbcn Miss Stewart, Veterans' Association, v.-bo here in rngcird Xo the war sen-ice Mr. MnrKcnzIc. acllns Icailer of the Woulil be heard by the special 1 asked what the financial pcisi'.lon waa In 'regard to Himiiuiiji. flVhail-rcud in the press that '.he credit was cshansted and tbal Canada bail no security. }Jr. said he would commun- icate wllh the minister of finnncr and give information Inlcr. 'The Wsr Bonus IEEUC Mr. Ilowell read n slnleinonl in re- gard Lo the gratuity for rctiirncu Bpld'crs, whicli, ho said. Sir Ilounrl Bordcn had intended lo lay before the house, bul was to do so on lit- count ol his The statement i nviewed the rorroapoiidence Itefore Sir Koberl Harden and (he-Great War Veterans' AEsocintinn in reaped ot Ilio leriuosled appoiatniciit uf a commis- sion to inciulre Into Ihc ot n furllier bonus. .Gratuities Compared Mr. nowell also read a comparativo of llic granlcd hy Ilic dlflerent'allies (or war The fiRiires given were based on Ihe sralutly of a private with throe years' service. 'I hoy sboiv that Australia Braiiled her marrlcrl THPII in this class ami single New Zcdlnnd married Ja4.a5 plua for earh child under 16 yours; single men, ami CanfiJImi, married men'with overseas service and single ?420 and with home'service, married men and single men In ilil it Ion lo Use gratuity, said Mr. Hou'cll. Iho (TovornmenL ncceptetl rc- prjonaihilUy for elvlnff pensions to the ivldowd and orpliAiis for dead soldiers; pensions lo soldiers partially rtj.-ahlcil; re-tr.ilntn? ol fi old I era partially dis- assisting rclurncd' snltlicra to obtain employment and settling sold- JdVs ilcsfrcd it on'llic Inml. Mr. staled thai ft Mil lo aa- Mr. Kowcll replied tlierti be lull urovisioh'for the hearing of all interested parlies, the samo'as there heen iii the case of pensions, The honse thru went into tommilloe nn the resolulion respecting provis- I Ions lor Hie military orcupallon of the llhinnlaml for asrcc- mcnL Tielv.'ocn llic allies and Germany j on Hi at snbjcrL j slated tins was really i Have To Do With (ion of Occupied Territory and Polish Treaty OTTAWA; Rrjir. ndditton ai artsinff-from the peace I will come before Ihe of commons Iliis afternnon. One Mr. McKcuzIc held thai Cann'la had no right to sign and Ihal it was super-! 1luoii3 for llic Cnnartinn parliament j to lie asked to give apijrnv.il. PREPARING TO-HAND U.S. RAILWAYS BACK WASHINGTON, Sept, paring for the return of the rail- roads to private control, Director- General- Mines today ordered nil roads to begin an Inventory of sup- plies on hand as of December 31, 1919, the date indicated by Presi- dent Wilsgn in ne tht termination of government super- vision, -I- SINN FEIN PARLIAMENT v ORDERED SUPPRESSED UUIILIN, Sept. Fein parliament was ordered supprcsHcd lodfly. oi-: Grape'Nuts Is due to self-developed sugpr from ihe long bakino of wheat and barley. This natura'l sweetness never disturbs digestion as do some otherTerms of sweets. Give the children all they want. good for th em. Nc-ilher is expected lo arouse much i (jtscussion. althoiiEh a. In tho' Poltsli treaty guaranleelns rights of r laiiKiiasc- nr.rl rellnioi] to non-Polish-; speaklns subjects of Poland, may lirinfi ronimcnl Troin Quehec members. Fol-1 lowing Ihe two rcEohiiioiiB tho house j will re's n me dehale'on the address in-' terruptcil last iveck-enil to give right- of-way to the peace trcaly. Thcre is also n lull lo come before Ihc house TvMch lonchcs on approval of the German pnarc Ircnty'although Us discussion nol delay I lion ol Ihe Irealy by the King, The aim of Ihc bill Is to give the govcrrt- meiit power to tarry out Ibe provi- sions of the treaty in regcm! to llqiridn- tion of German properly anil olhcr matters. Witli approval Riven by the com- mons both houses ol the Dominion par- rnmcul have asscnteil lo Ihc treaty. Xolificallon to In Is effect ivtis today lo Iho PrlKsh ROV- eminent. XVhen notification or ap- ot all overseas parliaments has received In Ixjmion. Llio King's formal nilKEca'lon ol Ihc treaty will deposited at Paris.., GETTING RESULTS IN BELGIAN-DUTCH TREATY PA 1118, Kept. commission on tho revision o( tho treaty of IS-f? liavo reached ft complete ngrircmrnl jon Hit? I'rorednrc lo he Bel irhn anil Dtilch nxpcrls will work out Joint formulas regarding Mic wal iways, while the deliboratlona on the safct-y 0( HelElt'n1 hy the whole com- 'mission will begin at tho next mcct- jlng of JYrJay. f- GOVERNMENT FIXES v PROFITS ON SUGAR OTTAWA, Sept. denial Is glvGn here to niraors that sugar refineries were re- v spouslblc for Ihe Ilxlug ot (ho v nnrount of profit allowed on" rcfnll sales of sugar. The pro-- fit was llxccl hy Iho boarrt, U Is ijolnLcd 'out. after, n fvill hearing of parlies conctrnei! .and after n complete InvCBllv into the facia of .tho case- HAY HAY HAY Farmers we can supply you with good prairie hay in car lots. at per Ton F.O.B. YOUR STATION HAY OF THIS QUALITY WILL NOT LAST LONG AT THIS PRICE. SEE OUR SAMPLES COX SMITH 110 Slh Streets. Phone 1970 Mandolins Guitars Banjos We have an excellent slock ot tlie aliovc instrnmonts and fire Jigcnls (or all ttic cclcbratc't makers. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. Oiir clock of Steel Guitars. Vkulefas, Accessories and Music is the most extensive! in Ihc prorince. also .re- pair iTislruraents and guarantee satistaciion, J. G. HARPER CO. Conservatory Building Phone 765 ICMPRESC I J TONIGHT ij I TIME ThEleartDf Humanity' COLONIAL 25c All Stats TODAY AND SATUpDAY The Ace of Ihe Saddle Harry Carey In Hi? Greatest. Feature Riders of ol Draniitic ActiOD-. LARRY SEMON The Screen's funniest comedian in the Iiowllag two part VJTAGRAPH COMEDY "SCAMPS AND SCANDALS" This is an extra good comedy MARIE WALCAMP In "THE RED KxLra Special Attraction nt Ihc Saturday Matinee for Kiddles 5c COMING NEXT MON. Save Money on FRUIT Tomorrow We will sell the very finest. Bartlett Pears at, per Bradshaw Plums at, per case..........., SPECIAL PRICES ON PEARS, PEACHES, TOMAT- OES, GRAPES, APPLES. SEE QUALITY IN OUR WINDOW Olympic Confectionery 137 f IFTH SOUTH Tho picture ultli a punch nn'l thrill and A throb. Don'L ml39 string it. Pearl in "The Lightning Raider" AND THE LATEST FORD V MONTHLY SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON Hurry! Hurry! Kids. "Tho Heart of Humanity" and Penrl hnd big comedy, all for a nickel. ANITA StEWSRT NICHT Cnllte cf Programme SEE CONSTANCE TALMAOGE AT HER BEST tKey'child If ifhting' woman') fight for man 'a graipinf woman of the world, the reachei IheXtery 'trett of fitr. brilliant Curwoocl. DiretllJ Ralph Ince VITAGRAPH COLONIAL NEXT MON., TUES. AND WED. ;