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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SKPTKMBIvR 15. 1913 THE LETHBNIDGK DA1I.T HEAALD PAGE FIVB ILIRYIOlNWINIfl I folks bclicrcd every marvelous a rojr.iiat President Tom Moore of Trades Congress Urges I'lacing AIL Cards on Table easily be fanned In Tho war was HIM OTTAWA. Sciil. tho after- noon silting ot llo Industrial confer- ence. E. G. Henderson said Iho dele- gates wished to express regret at the abieiuo ol Premier Uordeu through Those present Lit thu conlerciiec had vishcA for" his alltnj-1 ance at Iho conference, whlrli It ivas j hoped, would have such Important cf- j feels. Speaking a member of tho j employers group, Mr. llcndorsou .sihl they had come, together lUc hope that general good would reBull. He coududpil :L resolution of thanks to those ivlib liati add res sen tlie conference. President Tom Moore, ot the Can- adian TraJen ronercBs, hi seconding Mr. Henderson's motion, said ha hop the conclusions ol tlio conference would be of tlio best for ilio country as a whole. The conference had becu called, lio said. Tor tho purpose of bringing into realities. For years the workers haul been allempl- under Ilia crust and coi Into llamei. oa tbo picsfut period wits even more said jlr. Si'iHf. and in Ihf ueit, few mouths Hie tloc-ks of progress must either be moved ahead or retarded. rd he said. So did ho give a niun-nillf-r, Lhal Colic Sterling picked In in to >ol-, nines ot IHcrntire Batute.-Sl. IMiU WIT-! placed in Hie I'nnci! of 7 'l-Si special car, Hon. 3lr. Iloivcll said Iliat i Ilia selection ot books on Iho train was left, to Ihc Canadian 1 way. The literature e.l liy Ilio I I Bovcrnnionl eonsisleil inoatly ol TONIGHT AND WM. RUSSELL In a Kivu-Ael Coinetiy Uraina Some Liar From ilie by James Oliver I'uni'ood. G folks arc liorn acliievo lylirg. liar-T McTahb nuarJU was all .Ihrery kindf. Sec "Sonw ami tor get your UubV.'s. "SI SIGNOR" l.loyd "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" CMPRESC Where You Like to Last Timts Today Constance Taimadge "Mrs. Letfiig- well's Boots' r.'i-c tliu H-IIL lo) j on nf }il u.h r nn of (lc.slrovcrt Yiri._ Anna Case, yraiiil prinia don- j speakcr-aod :L moving picture actress, aa ami star ot the concert who j Miss Case, ia an. accomplished horse- appears in Select Pictures' bin woman. did Anna Case learn trial attraction. "The Hidden tu is a quoslton that ivas 5s one of liie must [iceornplislied -cnnuy limos during Ihc of the ;'u7ItnSics Ctl 'TSS cai.ISP of, tlie. women the moving picture world Western scones iii Her niclurc "The t'oi Johi rurrle who cave police "in I lather. be loved lo liav L- been j k niddon Trnlli." which will Uo seea m lUSay thai io Dl a lamp j Priraa donni of na-Slotnorrow ,1 the Empress Ihealrc.- Ldjournmciit of the house'lo discuss ja Uonal repute, a popular ntter dinncrj Adverl. DANCE The Norlh Lethbridgc Baseball Will hohl tlieir first diinec When look off A firm In Saxony is seekinff lo ob- tain Canadian trade by writing lo au Owen EJdunil music dealer. A fake advertisement In VTllllainspnri. I'n., man j m SG.50. uiil lijlit stuff is bard to'sell spigot to remove an -will only realize to struct ion in n water pipe he round a emnihlctl hill liatl enuscd Ihe trouble. AUCTION SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And on the Premises, 120 llth Street South Wednesday Next, September 17 AT 1.30 PROMPT FRANK WAODJNCTON AUCTIONEER WATCH FOR FULL PARTICULARS TOMORROW TheWaterton Lakes Hotel: Will be Open Until OCTOBER 15th To provide entertainment for guesls visiling Waterton Park J. HAZZARD' Proprietor Yearlinj; liclferi arc drapgy at lo and cm tin? ninl cnnjitrs, to with Ml kinds ot oif- colorcfl stockcrs tlicoc latter prlcc.i. anil receipts light, ivIlli the prevailing price throughout the wccfc. ligbi ami very If- tic compctlllon. quots choice fiit lambs, lo wcllicrs. 510.00 to and fat cwcs, to Wo expect (lie callle jnnrkcl lo holil for the coming v.-cck .intl uollcvc fair prices be. oLlalncil for ahliinicnts sent in. The negligence oC the. pcrfi In providinp Ihemsflvcs ivllh loc- al health is scr- lo themselves nnd J-i (lisposiiiff ttf Ihcfr shSI-mciits. With Ij'ght recefpts (ho sulecllon of stocker cattle not as easy as Uag Ijecn! tbc. case for same time, bat any ord- ers received will receive our most' j careful attention. Co-operative sldp- iliiiip is bccomfn-jj more popular as Ihc tanners grndually become more con- versant rtvilli Ihc ndvnnliife.4 thrl cruc lo Ilicm of Iiavln? Hirlr nlock sold on the ninrlLel. This wa.s exciniilifled in a shlnincnl of four cars recc.lvert c.o ojiftraVely from fall which conlalnrd ncnrly 100 cuttle anil oirncd some CO or mure These were prnmpily fiolrl anil by tnc second .day FcltloiuRnts were ready to lio sont out. "SOME LIAR" AT STARLANP It sounds like a Enicsorac sort of Job lo bo fioinfi aljoiit llio tountry sell- ing coHlns, luil IlouGjl WIiK-FiGStcr McTnlib niniinEr.j lo cheerful by carryliij; craillCs fts a side-linn. His sample case liclJ Llio cniesl miniatures you ever san- onlsldo a doll's lionsc. csiOcs, lie had ft pleasant. humorous about lilni, tint in (be Htllo towns ho tlsitcd pcoplo fonnil II r.ilhcr gocxl fiport lo buy their keU> nbeail of tfine. codger invested fu both r radio and n cof- fin, on the ground that hr? had Just married Ills fouTlti wife, 'twas; to be prepared for any cincrgciK-y what- soever. The Tforst thing about Bob was his Inordinate habit of lying. Ho lied as naturally as hrcaliictl, from hivb- II nnd for fun. .And the worst nbout lilM was Ilifll he did it so well, OME WOMEN ANITA STEWART TKe cily tTanked.onjYinningovarjhe Bul She Had M .Becfcneti With. Raie.l thrill'ajd life JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD DtrtcttJ by RALPH INCE Produced ty VlTAGRAPrt COLONIAL TODAY.-TUES.-WED. MATINEE DAILY AT- -2.30 NIGHTS AT 7.15 and 9.15 35c. Children, lOc ;