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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1TTF. LETTnmnxiE PAGE FIVE ANNA CASE'S DEFINITE POLIIMTY pTlnts and iurh products Advances In, cured meats and COM btorage products in general will Le drafted shortly. Tue order will very definite. Mr. Hobson saltl. The board will deal wlin all neces- of life, including loota and Not Be To Ife Included Coirenlion in Rffina Today Drawing Up CorutiluUon of New Parly W. J. Orchard, oE Trenbarrau. A reeo- lullon was adopted to effect that J pl> at Popular Empreis. RKGINA, Sept. IT.-.Wllb ap- proilmtvlely ,'jC delegMea present, Ihe llrel sfBBion of ilic federal coniiltJ-J. lloual of of suiar Is Habit lo prosecution. Saler. In which lie ihe his- 1 Afier some further remarks about lo Winnipeg dealers and is not ,K probes arc about to torr of the SaBkalchewan flraui Crow- (the political limited to the sis., Calgary, Edmonton aiion, Mr. Museelman recom- era' Association and dealt briefly iviih mendations regarding rarrying ou'. hraje of lhaie probes a in wblch a grtal many Duncan Stewart will conduct the hear- Anna Ca-ie. the beautiful grand op !Ta prlma donna, will appetr_for the Tirel time on the screen in another, sne of Select J'icturcr big Hidden Truth.1 which will be' for Ibat office should be declared a tins-president. A baloli was taken which resulted In Thomas re- ceiving Ihe MEhcsl vote and was do elated conventloa i-lialrniiiu. solution A were iuen passed E'IV- k diir iii tiled visitor? from Manitoba. executives of the Uram TJFIJA-- aTlli diruHnrR of Ihe "lhc He icel. Judging from the manner in. which has cNiubaH from Dothing to praollcally everything In mue Jcal world solely through her indomli-'_ able will-to succeed, was made in a I recent interview with Anna Case SLie professed a belief (n the doctrine; of lalalism. If, fts she claims, happen by Inevitable necessity, why! does sbe throw into her work ro t much surplus energy, why does every! lillle bit of aluiosyhere furroundlng, the spot where ehe may he 'become: surcharged with her dynamic aod force conditions to nould Them'-, selves to her control? la many of Ibe more famous I'ar- aimmni ami Artcrati p'.fiure proilue- WOMEN" AT COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT Anita Stftwari. ID her much ta of picture "Two Women" -IT ill be at ihe Colonial iheaire tonlihi Ihf lail limes. The story v by JamtE Oilier Ci tower fully dramatic, and serves as an vehicle for Miss S'.euari's capabilities. "Two Women" uonsii- ouo ol best photoplay ai iraciions of tbu year nukes n vis- it Co'.ioial well while. REDSEAL BUT-A-PATS lie suggested were, al Ilia present :no ield In Kmon- j ln IUl, jRier. 0( ln In Regina. jlVtn Deal In R wkh ing Calgary. S. Field In Edmon- ton and James K. llankln In Regina. _....._ _ _____n ......._ Judge Hobson will leave tonight for gjjecl ol (he present conference. Mr. Toronto, where the commission will the tilualion in.Flume, of wtiicfi he took poticseion recently at the bead of Insurgent Ital- ian troops, refusing to obey the Ital- ian government's order lo return with his troops, according lo dispatch- es which liavc retched here despite "Throe, Men and a Hlrl." role played by Miss forced by circuraBti'nces to meet three chronic haUra of anything that IE feminine. Three bonndiog, audacloius Romeos: what they are when slio leaves Iheinl Sylvia knew a thing two about mon! vj You can Icnrn things from Sylvia.] It's 30 easy too. Marguerite Clark doesn't do a thing iliat you can't do. Come on down! -K's a Paramount Picture.. At Starland tonight and tb> m or row. The members of the board pre5enthnc Of the censorship whi ere II. MRWHIianis, who prcsirt- been set up, regarding the. Ftu AT COLONIAL Bayard .author of "Within the and "The Thirteenth I here despite j has surpassed all Conner ef- ihip which forts, it Is declared, in writing "Prcl- cd; Frank O. Fowler. son and II. W.-Wood .on ana n. i The 5nd ur.ilsd-Slates cou- Tne chief speaker Tor the United [inKOT1t5 In the city .were Jeered nnd r'armers of Alberta was I'- Tlaker. oy Iho population a? thor ircsentcd a wrillcn iDCjiioranduni Iheir'warships, the ;iJ- dravin up by the.executive of his or- anrt this .was dealt with clause by clqase- One ot the statements In this was liac it liad been hoped lhat the Can- adian grain board would have .seen their way clear to have made-'llic ln- lial payment of equal lo the rn'inlmum price In Iho United Slates. The chairman in replyvto thfs clat Nl (hat the initial price hart of course fixed. Tho board had .not fftlt] in advancing any higher i in ice'in view ,of world There was, he said, nn obligation 1m-' on Lhe board by the order-in; council and that was that they imiuf for the farmer htRhe_ai pas- si Die- price In the for' t'anadian whenl. "Wrc hope H vices state, but embarked their vessels without' further inci- The French contingent is sai'J iu have remninod in Fiuine, barricaded barracks. (ADVERTISEMENT) if Smooth." another of Priscilla Dean's, famous crook plays, released by the which will be seen al the Colonial Iheatrc on Thursday, I Friday and Saturday this week. "Prclly Smooth'.', tianic into hetng because of a demand made by the Universal for a crook play that would rai k with such worthr predecessors a? "The Wildcat of "The Silk Lined Ilurglar" and other Dean suc- cessts. Bayard Veiller especially for thiaj "Pretty Smooth" is an amazing ro- inunre of crlmo and love, and affords Misr Dem for hfr well known nrtislry. Sho is supported her. work by such Universal fav ANITA STEWART in WOMEN" THURS., FRIDAY PRISC1LLA AND SAT. DEAN "PRETTY SMOOTH" COMING MABEL NORMAND "SIS HOPKINS" Where You lo Go Where Pictures are More Real and Life-Like. The "American of Grand Donnas Anna Case in her eminently successful. screen debut "THE HIDDEN TRUTH" You have hcanl Miss Case sing, I cow see her in her first master- I piece, a lovRlilc story yon will ijover forgol. IL [brills, it I the spot. Also a Big I FATTY ARBUCKLE COMEDY "CHEATING" I'osilively one, of Fatty's comedies., a scream, a roar. from start lo finish, nml LATEST BRITISH CANADIAN- GAZETTE m cilios aa Francis McDonald, George Is, Gertrude Aator, Joseph Walt Whitman. Claire Tcnnwood and IL Milton equal the price of lhat or the United Mrv Hoffman Makei the he remarked, "bill this Is all Tlma.Thli MaXel the Trip First can. ray at. the present 1ho iiipmorandnin ronliinied: "M'c are not criticizing at this lime; rnmen waa no ocay awart o. any such order. N'o financial arrange-. we an- simply ashing for snchUreat- menls, nt had been made In lhal 'mcnl at your as wilU realore Airar-i m confidt-ncc in an industry than which ell Mr., McKcnzic, ncthig leader of the ashefl If 11 was, r.orrocl that the "credit to Rumania been exhausted. If so, what was thcrfr fs none oilier subject to providfLiliAl bazard and that vro may he suvn will atv-least free frt-ni nee. detrimental human Interfcr would bs done at r. very the on the addresa. referred opening lo the pleasure .that the of Ihe Prince of Wales had given lo the people of Canada. The prince, he salil, must ha' .....__________....._ ._. ._.....D. scandalized Ihe members on the ROV- continue to Insist unqualifiedly on en N'ftw York Tvlnrtow cleaners, who have heen ou strike for n eminent aide o{ Ihe homo In Ills of the French Mr. ArcharahaiiH Bald Cliat ho pro- poied to Hie coxl ol liv- ing, lie T.-IB ,1105, nniloua lo brine Lnc mailer up the prime minis- Icr and vscro paying, a visit lo.lhc country. rain or shine. LADY FOSTER WAS ILL POM SEVERAL MONTHS OTTAWA, Sept. Fcsler n-lio dlM todny. haj hncn III lor'iov- monlh-. ,Slr. rclnmed from the pcare conference because of her coiidlttolf.' A. M. CBifholm, ol Wlrdemere, B, C.; Is abi, sby first-niarrUgs. On July 189S, she rnarrttd Ifl Sir Kosler. Sho warmly. [n Victor- lan Order of Women's Canad- ian Club, tic I. Red Cros3. anrl ottter nattonil- AOC- leliea.' I'rof. D. Toih'.ll, or lh sold In hy John TT. JliBinboLbam ft In Coal- hurst Diamond Drug Blallonery "n Wftrnrr hr X. DJCT- AT STARLAND No photoplay produced in recent years presents a belter cast of screen j players than employed by Cecil' DeMille In his superb production nf "The Squaw a ptcLurizatlon of Edwin MlUpn Iloylc's famous stage play, TvMch Vlll he prcsenlefl at. Sta.r- iid Friday and SalurdRy. From start j finish, the cast In this photoplay IE made up oT stars or players 6r FRIDAY and SATURDAY CECIL B. DeMILLE Rllloll 1n the role. wilh Vnn Little playing opposite lo him as the Indian girl. KathCrinc Mac- Donald. Theodore Robert's, Jack Hoi I. Thurston Hall. Tully >taralinH and others have exceptionally strong parts. N'carly all of those named been j PIMM FACE WJAHEALS iauscdDisfigufenienti Itchy and Burning. hoc b4 hi Unk phn I icnit CEGIL B. De.M.lLLE'3. f ,Ao iiiSlarC on. GQOAVM.AH' "The Squaw Man" In all Ilic srealesl galaxy of sHra.ln piclnre produced S In rears. SI Ihls ELLIOTT DEXTER, ANN LITTLE, XATMERINE THEODORE THUMTON HALL, TULLY MARSHALL, HWItRT. STANDINO, EDWIN HELEN DUNJAR, WINTER HALL JACK HOLT, JUL A FATE, NOAH CMAftLES OGLE; OUY OLIVIB, CLARENCE GtLDART, S (.Ml. of Others. "Certnlnlv. ilila lalesl pro.luclion ol Cecil R. De- .Mlllo'a Is l It lioMa Ihe from star; lo llrlsli, has 10 and nrllsllc rtlgtlncllon.'-' ;