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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TCKSOAY, SEPTEMBER IB, lUl'J TiK, l.KIMHHUXip l-I.Ml.V IIU.HAL.IJ PAGE FIVE TQ SHIES ID 10 But Packers Admil They Make Two Profits on Certain (ioods o------ prude of pork locally, ilirre was virtually no niarkei Tor poll: prepared. .11 the ninnntr for es- port ROoJa. Just Ijc'ore (lie adjo'jrnnirnt. A. T. _ McLran, uT lhc .Canadian WINNIPEG. Kepi. today's i Limited, explained Ills himemeui ol of the probe into the Monday ihat in product cost of living il became evident Hint no o'Jior of his firm lie It Is lhc intention of Iho board of cliarcea lliem a jnofii and thai ilioy commerce to BO into every detail uncharged another. Tlic Wtiinlueg pro- operating expense of private firms pro- Jilt, he declared, was only one -fourth duclng utilities. The greater pan of lot ant per tern., the usual brokerage the forenoon was taken up In a tcrli-iciiarpe. lUiile lhc pastern Ueparimen; nlcal examination or A, W. lloll'nv soM the goods ai lite prevailing mar -i' o v v V HON. BALLANTYNE v NOT RESIGNING v OTTAWA. Krpt. lal denial is given lo the pub- v li.-hed story io the offm Hon. llallantyno conic in- platea resigning from the guv- crnmeui. Mr. liallaniym; re- i-emly Ml ihr hospital, where v was a paUiiiLt. Lut found v was not iiiiproviiiB as lupidly could uMuMl and bus iv- -I- turned lo ihf iifji-pitLiL for trout- ment. v v v v -I- i nothing bin the bosi aeis arc used, her latest photoplay.'Three Men and i KaiJi road v.'ill with! a Girl.' a picluriralioiN of KdvianJ I'riucc Albert Veterans Are Very Against Action of 1 of brie at ''oaicrly, high-class novtliy p.cts. and the brsi there is in every department, anj every bill will 'appear ID as il u-as put lojjoi'.iar and wiincssed under Ibe i supervision ol the WA'.M A. i-xperts. [That what lias ppcl.ed s'u-eeas for 1 llJppodrouie Vaudeville." The followIiiK is a list of 'ind iciuvs o-j Ihe IlippaJroniC' rircu't: I I'alifurnia: KJII Lo.j An Ktlr-a. San Diego. liico, Sac- nuiU'iito, Marvsville. K'.orkiou. Siii SiPiila Krc-stiu. in her lite lhal the other uomau might be re ma do. Chitds Carponwr's play or 'The Tluce. janjes Oliver fur wood, author ol Ucars.- ivhk-U scored ;i :n nuRY screen successes, wrote New in October, 1M7. In Uns 1 lllls fascinating talc of couliastins ctianning plcluro Miss Clark apppars iypcs whMl SPX jn lhot is Sylvia WiM'.ou. a young woman who mountain (ouutry he Ire- rebels agonist her quMniy willi lelling .ottcit me dirccii-d Uie pic-lure, and (he rJiiinp K iliu work ol Ceorge Ran- ilolj-h Chester, Anotht-r of the i.oi.-jljr i-onif-Jk-.-i and Dandies" to- wiih :t rich old muu whom sbc natcd.' who later conle.s in cyiiiati iljrt'f Iif-arlite im-n hate wuman- Slio brings iht-ni; to her by uias c ol her inieic-n n'utrurJs .MifJ Clark aa. j I. Ko verc re priovcd lor t-hO a lhc iiilniilc-r fi.minlay. ,veteran 'iJie cily h iviis iti uurt council en- 'Oorscd the Ijnih liifci] bei-ausc I'K' ihc re.ison given the 1 (il work of Justk" fruru :ihe cviUuiU'C. CORPUS CHRISTl REFUGEES HAVE BEEN RESCUED tan.'. Vak'iua. W.ll'a Walll. Abenlpfl'. Moniiinu: ll'iuo. UIYUI Kails. Miles Cily. Anaconili. ll'.l Iliire. (Miinook. llnnlili. Idaho: i. Waliaci. Mullan. Hurto. Kcl Uoiso. Twin ANITA STEWART IN '-TWO WOMEN" AT COLONIAL vpr. Junction. I.oarivillp. Hal Ida. dreelcy. StP I'taln Sail l.akc City, -YURiien. I' Shcridah, Horkspr I.a ramie, XcbrafiKn. COL. BLAIR RIPLEY in the OTTAWA. Sept. Mr. asked in the bouse, of co'rmrions if Iho njCUL Of the bouse to1 discuss the qucs- return lo (By Sgl. S. H. nicakh Toronto Siarl The khaki of returned men is fast being- relegated lo the" limbo ot half-[ forgoHcn things, and the thoughts ot war cxijcriences are IransieiiL now In i the of the mncli Inngel for; N.P.L. CORPUS CHRISTl. Texas, Sept. 175 refu- gees have been rescued al Odcm, about 30 miTes of here, ac- i cording lo a telephone message received here. Thcv bad, been i carried "across NUCSCTS Bfy on j All of them I ferinj greatly from exposure. They are being cared for by ctt- rzens. A military relief train from Brownsville.' bringing 5.0CO rat- ions and beds, has arrived here. A sucond addit- lonal suoplies hospital sup- plies is on its way. The Cast Kniil A i den Anita Sic-wan Jolin Kai'o Williams Kaiiiv Julia SWI-JIH- Cordon j Aiuo.i ArJeu Ardon........Kiauk (.'iiirlor J CriRK.i........Harry N'orthrujt J as Newspaper Hevicw) A iiuv.'orful uraiua, sj-lendidly acted and wiLli rare sellhigs. is "Tno tlir- Anna Sievari picture J is bpine sboivn in the Colonial ihoalre i today j-rd Ueralliiij: Miss niunv j under ViiagrapU's banner and PS pec- 1 ially 'Troni lleadciiiariers." her most! 1 iff enl relr-aeo. i: may be said that, i'Two Wnmcii" KLVPS her won leciivc rote. Slip seen as Eis-d Ar- H bcaiLiifiil. carefree ilaushlfr ihe v.-bo fiivea her Jove. wilhoiK [lie j -kiiifi. lo :t man bound 10 H fairness. sr-lfisU ivoman. when he. believing himself free, of- her his love iHe steps mobility of ibe 5urienie 1 (Jji Tlnirailay Tk-an come-i to The Toloniril In her success "1'nuy auil ;uiutifcig drama wriiun by Hayartl Veilfcr, author of The Law.1' fpr.s her Ins love V bcl'.vpen. Kuid Fhows ilie i. I thcr affection by LAST TIMES TONIGHT WM. RUSSELL -IN- "SOME UAR" "SI SIGNOR" i Conie'ly. is funny. Anna Case Sings and Studio Becomes Silent government had fixed Oct. Thanksgiving dny and il so if Lhix was to be inlcrprcicd as an announcement ot Rovcrment opposition OL bi3 tiill to make' armistice, day. Nov. 11, a per- Binncnt TbankEgiving Day. Jlon. C. J- Dolicrly replied Ihat Thanksgivins day hail been fixeti for Monday, Oc-l. but it UiJ not n iarily follow ihat Thanksgiving day nn on Ihe same dntn DOIL year. Fnlure policy ivould have to Le deeld- cil later. j of lo rcumied civilian occupation. A toast, list beside- me. with the simple. I but apt quotation "the trut and the Tlic power of the human voice has bddom keen .so forcefully detnon. sirated ns 11 was during one of lhc weeks of lhc filming of "The Hidden Anna Case's first upueanuico Lii the ?crccn. and -which is dlstrih-- nled liy Select Pictures. It will b-3 j seen totlay at the KmpresK Ihealrt-.! During the making ot one of the; scenes --.vhicli reprc-ient.1! K drawing j JACKSOX, Minn., Sept. C.' room wherein Anna Case, the HEAD GETS THREE MONTHS IN JAIL! AT WIEGAND'S BARN, COMMERCE hill lisiiincnl notv 01 he the order paper, said "imliring industry aiul Jackson foiinty jail' here today liyj Uie kcynolo of tbe produc- douahle iiriilc in hii crack'raiiway con-1 Judge K. C. Dean, without Ilia (0- Juliue Hteger. lhc j motion out ol order, ImL more'properiy i UJ1jt mailc his name lobe a j live of a line. Townley ami .Oilbsn director, Anna Case sanj.i lo submit the question lo Ihe house. one amous Ibe 'mei wlio had vrere eonvlctcd here in July of pUL tlcr hean ictu Ui'i thc fcirtunc ,0 com? uiider hlsjspinuy lo teach illBloyally. H. comman-J, A nuiel. and reacrveil man, i Nieliols, stales rcvietrctl Ihe! sound C.CBF- he ba's'lliRtlilsii'css-wlilrfi comes (row [case for the slate and declared Ihe. wjth their undcrlnkiiiRS. As a C, V: R. since Ihe Inal. liad been ami Lie Lcthbritlgc Viaducl, and in an attempt to c.oiid Ihe is-j mfo lo aTbetter vanL- court ihen asked thc nnd efl tlie (jol. Curric'a wotlon VMS then snb- mitteil and carried and" Col. Currie proceeded willi his argument.'. DANCING FROM GENTLEMEN S1.M 5 TILL LADIES' FREE' CONFERENCE OPPOSED lOfflHI the -North Toronto (Irade Separation. I were nre-vrar lesllmonials lo his skill the lay O- tlcclarcs il Would Decrease Production When Canada Most Needs il nTT ScTil IG lliO Opening Iiad been much, hdslilily when remed- ial laws were sought. Mr. Ilrace ad: vocaltr] the dppointmcTll'of a lee lo .conducl .ah investigallon inlo Railways are lhc arteries- of mod- ern lliis [act re- by Sir UcJiles. and miles of light guase railway track was laliTH-iiti Uie rapidity p[ spread- ing a slair carpet, till IL oiily imr- tially rrlicred Iho conBestion. Hroad gnaec railways were nrRCnLly TC- Qiiircil io tiring troops milil.iry supplies lo the rail heads. In T.OXDO.Y. Sept. Itj-Thc rolish. n [orres campnlgning against Dol-l i llitt voice of an old clothes man, bus'- hushea in lorres againsi i-.ic uui- ,.r ,hr, shoviki have cfrectrd .a crosses o[ "'5 V 'hf Ilic Bereslna river, snd- have orcupie'i; t (lie town of Horlsoffi ondhe carl bank- pose of coordlualintc laws fo> the pur- autumn of 1916. Ihe 1st BulUlton C them, li T. worked on the Sommc, builrl.nB rested Ihat-il-should Le made up ot narrow b. 1 i- 1.1__-i er the 'afternoon session ot lhc representatives from each 1-orcl trial conlcrencc, Mr. Shaw, of ince. one labor, one Ihe vesnes. stock refcrrw lo slalements wliidi employers anil the provtnrial gov-j iiad appeared in the Montreal Gnzei- j eminent and three representatives te Ihat llio' employers onil lahor Ihe. federal government ingp. at Markourl. Comb Farm, noSige, ajid Hone Ilolshevlk. rclnforcenicots} allaekilig in Ihe neighbor-1 hood ol Koplau, east oE Drinsk. Jatior (IMdwl ar.d giving the. impression thai llicre was antigon- iani and friction. Mr. Shaw was applauded irhcn he reminded thit lhc parlies were otilr Hammer or Rifle The red was a dislinctivc ami a respected badge. The men will wieldnii 'be maiil could BOSTON FIREMEN WON'T STRIKE 1 shoillder .1 rifle. Due C. H. T. unit distinguished Itself al Villcr? lirelion- DOSTO.V. Mass., Kepi. Hoa-icons. hoIiliiiB a part of lhc line relief came. until [ton (Iremcn will not slrike to support divided because It was more nclv union. A state- icut for the members of each group; m6ia (Oluy ty officers of Loca: lo he logclher In Ihe hall. There was no friction uo nnlaeonisni would be noticeable. Hours of Labor Melville P- White, of Toronto, prc senled a'paper on hours of labor, in j No. Inlernational Association of Fire Fighteri, of ".vhich the men of the department are members, said: "The firemeu liavc never voled to and will not vote lo slrlfct." which lie pointed out lhc vital nccil VERNON KNOWLES NEW o( n-.ore production and (ho hope that very serious -consldcrallon would precede nny decision to reducs lhc hours of lanor.- Mr. ustiinaled Mhal nt prcs- I10U11CH (llaL Knowles. latter- r.nt 111 Canada hours of labor avcraRCil ]y pMar assllinM over fifty per week. !Kciieral direction of the Telegram, in A reduction to -14 lionrs re- C'ol. lliplc.v ransl have accepled Ino that "actions speak louder Ihnn words." early professional arcrr. and ho followed that mollo in thc army, lie was on Iho Wcsleru Ironl lo build railways and Old it. Oratory and verbosity are for- r-iKii lo nim. lln sliunneil cnlocisinE prCiS-men: Completion stated TEC TELEGRAM EDITOR j >ll. Ilie blue print frame lold its story. __" The nnmcrous Idlers he. received XVIXX1PM, Sept. army comraandcra pleased him noon Ihe Winnipeg Telegram ?.n-i bci'anse thev reflated rrcdiL on his that Vcrnou Knowles. latter- balliliOn. Us liad .1 very warm eard (or those men. who raw turnips willi hini in IPlb. A silen mil B reservoir ot warmth and CANADIAN OFFICERS AND BRIDES ON CELTIC VOTtK. Sent. Wliitc Star slcamcr Celtic arrived here loday with 273 cabin passengers on board. Including 49 Canadian officers and Ihcir wives most of whom are war brides. Licul.-Col. Seymonr Bullock, organizer o[ the American legion. Canadian Expeditionary Forces, was with the Canadian officers. mcndahle vigor. H .was a feat of skill and determination, and another evi- dence, of Canadian energy ailO enter- prise was recognized by the British authorities. Consequently lhc 1st T. R. T. became Iho nucleus of the Can- adian Railway Troop Corps, after- wards FO ably ndminislralert by C.eneral Elcwart- The 2nd Hailway Troops came into the field during 1917, and when Iho was signed Ihirteen nnils Tere in opera- as if a fairy had waved her and commanded complete 5115 on of all animation until the more to her AT STARLAND. XineLy days before Margnerila Clark, lhc dainty Paramount slar. widely Known as Uie "swoclcst girl in motion liecame (lie bride Lienl. IT. Valmeraon she declared iti an interview Ilial she "never T7as in love in lior lifB nnrf thai slie bcltnvcd love such an enor- mous of Lime." Sines her mar- riage, her admirers refuse lo accept her as a ".Mrs." ami she is slid, anil ever shall bo. Marguerite Clark, Lest beloved ot screen stars. Miss Clark will he seen at Ilic Slar- land on VTcdnestlay autl Thursday in I COLONIAL EMPR.ES WHERE YOU LIKE TO GO THE "AMERICAN BEAUTY" OF GRAND OPERA PRIMA DONNAS ANNA CASE IN HER EMINENTLY SUCCESSFUL SCREEN PEBUT f "THE HIDDEN TRUTH" Now that you have heard Miss Case sine, don't fail to sec her in licr latest masterpiece, a lovnWe slory lhal you will never [orsel ALSO A BIG SCREAM COMEDY A continuous laugh from start lo finish, and Ihe latest .BRITISH CANADIAN NEWS GAZETTE EMPRESS ORCHESTRA PRICES 35c AND I0c PERFECT PROJECTION hjm tion. two more in formation, wllh sub- sllcccssion lo KnoT resigned. imaii. the time, for production liy'12 JIr Kuowics ]las worked a! varloiu i khidncsa lo those wlio sciuehl IS per ccnC fl-ould hnvo lo ho o( Kwt a -month. Their bringing the tola_l to 2o per cent, "-.imniciliiile destination I jcem lo lay prcisc in eost of production. lllis Wlilttf sfalcd Ihat ,reat camii li Irlbor had opuoscd Icslslallon lor Iho (l] ror lhem ,L h Btrnlglit S-ltotir whlcli limited tlH phinesa coollrs arc lo bo rcpal- workiiiB lime lo eight bourn, hut pro- m6tcd IcKinlallon for ovcrllmc work.__________________ The basin oishl-hour would lend LOCATE BARNSTABLE WRECK lo.'r'odiicc production by discouraging employers froni ninklng use of eipcn- tK icork. Incrcsso Hrlng cost; legislation for ir.e.ov.erlimc work. lahlcd (n'n storm'Salurday nlEhVcii' Mlglnfa Ion for a S-hoiir has been 2c.k the revenue culler Maska and ono of mini. hitcrmliiablo shell torn reglcm. Couhl II It WHS a tro.mcnilons There wa.1" a illv- cr.Mly ot opinion anil many nlHpor.i (u lilph wore npnlnst the nrojccl. CoL.niploy unilcrtooV the: lob, and lu less hvo wcDlw n Irtiln ran over broad Cuase ralls'Tlilb Peronne yard, from via (Ihr, Jumping off flafe ot.firjL Sornnie orrice of on the list of Important points coast and return, playing Hippo- drome Vaudeville Tloacl SIIOTTS, I The circuit ciiinyrlaca 25 weeks ami IcmbracuS some To (owns and elites, a list pf which appears below'. Hippo- drome Vaudeville Is owned nnd con- trolled by thc Ackcrmaii-IlarrLS inler- cats, of Pan Francisco. Kastcrn book- Inge'for Ihcui nfc linndictrciillrcly liy HIP Western Vaiiclcvlllo As- soclAllon of Clr-rflRo, an affiliation of STARLAND ih S All I offenslve.l Skirling Troncs throiili Clcry. ihon a (luards the ,30 Irtg, KACli ly" restflctlnB production ATP'C n A Arii1 -c' A f -a fnt- U( S. FOU 9 Slrn Mr, 'CM.di "N'BW-VOnK; peace. g" liJk 'hs "f ynnf ifi__ItSh'n Rmrn Slates uelfij' In ratliylnfi tho peace for lo to Mntrodute the tirsl busincsa, snli I "Ion Marks, member of parliament for Ihlt It iraj lo irr lo arrived Sir prftbtems In vlitAil: alMmpl- Oeorie Ii Ijie an