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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1919 Tin-: T.RTimmmiK U-VLT PAGE FIVE I'a.. Tho between organized labor and Ibo Ktvcl companies ivas In full force today. In Piitaburg and nearby cilioa thousands of men r.Uoycd Ibo orders or ill Mr leaders and Tailed lo report for work. Ilou many Joined in tho walk- and wltu what degree of effecllvc- licss llio strike, was inaugurated was definitely by either aide in the comrM In the early hours of tho day. Karly reports from centres ol Alle- gheny county showed that the strike went Into effect without any disturb- iinca.t. At McKceaport where strong efforts wero tnaio to bring out tho inon. nil streets leading lo the slcel mills TV ore heavily guarded.' Haln fell in Ihe early hours, which had Leon cffcellvo ill avolillus rouges lion.1 Al llie Tube rouiv works al TilcKcesporl, ona of Iho lar- pcst industries Ibcre, large numbers of im-7i to work without incidenL Wlirrt percentage of Ihu workers ported for wort officials of the com- pany would not say early lodny. Tlio ifn'cf cf police, who is In close loucli with the oMchilaot'tbc works, paid Ibc majority of the United Slates rruiiloyc'.l there v.-cnt lo work nnd lhat produced as "John wnicli hat ilisquallflcaUou shall be conlin- Chareca oi hoycotling by Ihc WInni- eomoa to Iho Majestic on pctober ued in the casB of a uyctleclion, Tht pc-g U'liolcsalc (irocers' Guild were ttlll really raised. Mr, Gutbrie brought hy Edwin for [he Question of the oriental lole. 1 Ncal Urpihers, I "TLiey did hot In answer to a question hy Thomas think that wt sliould ship direct to the Hay, the eovcrunn'iJt staled that farmer." he staled; 250 Itad been subsiirllietl In the 101S Victory loan In Commission' was imid on A 15-year-old girl at York slep- this atnouut. In answer to a question on a vcntilalor lo by nga'.ns Senator uharles .Humbert, Kfov-ing out aUefjCd ling been dismissed by-the courts. Jxita In July thoro was an examination be- foro the court of'evidence lending to show that Ecnctor Hticnbcrl, who was acquitted In May "of a charge ol hav- ing dealings with the enemy, had Irleil to corrupt oHicials in the mat- ter o( contracts In the United Stales. At the hearing n fetter was read from former Deputy Attorney-general Ucck- er, of Mow York, vylio said iio trace had Leon loiind. .in .-bani's ,of which Senator. Humbert could be connected, ou ve noticed wt have a deal to say about robust brains and happy faces. That's because Grape-Nuts food helps wonderful- ly to produce those happy conditions. All the gpodnessof wheat and barley, delicious.econonv gj ical, nourishing to what commissions tuad Ijcen ygreed on betivccii iho deiiarl- mcnt of finance and the various brok- erage firms in connection ivith the new loan, il was staled that detailed ar-- had not yet been arrived at.' Tlic general basts of last year I would be followed. lion. Mr. Doherly, replying lo a question by L. A. Lapoinlc, slated that Ibc treaty of peace between Iho allies and Austria followed In general the lines of Ihe treaty ivilh -Germany! If] llic'-authenticeled copy .pE. the treaty 1 arrived In lime, submit it-lo parliariieot at the pres- ent session. Jf-H did not; Iho' goverii- menL would not. feel justified in Euni- nioning another, syccful session for that purpose, but.would take I MB're- sponsibility of advising Iris ratifica- tion. The house, then took up tion of II. M. gov- ernment "nssistanc-c fbr llio erection of houses in model lOTvnsHcs or gard- en sites for returned soldiers. Mr. Mowall allribuled certain aruoiinL of Ihc nnrost among return- ed men to tlielr inability .Lo find liomes In Ihc large cities..The govern- ment house scheme, he satd, did not provide for (he elfins of .houses n lie thoiighl dcsirnble. There would ho .1 better chance, tor Lha.relumed man to settle down become a useful citizen if be wcrn glveu a'goorl home Jn pleasant surroundings where could either do liia work nt borne- or In Ihc clly. This plan, would also aceelerale the return (o health ol disabled and invalided veterans. Mr. Tlock'en said irmt comforL.ibl? WRS cssenlial in any coni' linn. J. .A, Calder observed Iliul I'bo rut lorn stated In Iho rcsolullpn did lot fake into consideration Ihc. cost o the [cdcralgovernmenl. There was oo the question ot how fa- llift fede'r government had Jurisdiction, II 7onld TioL be an easy tbtng to provide and pulling up houses, siica scheme would cost money. Finance lo 'bo considered, allhough. the whole qucBlIon, lo .Mr. Calder'a mind vne what should done in connec .ion ivith nil Ihc bousing schemes which had come before Ihe fcoveni :ncnl, which ivas Hie most praclicnl ?.Ir C'Rldcr sngECslctl Ihnt MID plan EubniiUcd by Mr. Mowalt should- ba before Ihe .ipeclnl comn'ltlc( appointed lo consider Uio soldiers' civil rc-eslciblishmenl bill: I I'ershing parade, Mr. ailo down tell through Ihe the and 4. With one accord critics liave placed St. John G. Ervine, the! nulhor. Iu the foremost ranks of Ihc j Irish drama'lists and uovellsls. -A of unexcelled merit lias been stlecl-l cd by the Theatre Guild, Ins., under whose auanlces Ihp play !s beJug en she ivHJ (ADVERTISEMENT) Stamped.-as It is with the univcrsa 11-alorey commendation of Ike foremost, critics "lor Ihc couctry nod popular approval of tbe thealrc-soing public. It is the one ulay that ono should surely see. osscd Ccnlinenf .Seeking. Healtl But-Carne Home Discouraged. I really crossed lha wecl from Calgary, to lloL Springs, .let from iny. troubles but -nothing iclped me look said >lrs. H. Morgnnl' wife1 of n vealtby farmer-living Mfleen- mllco north ot Calvary; Alberta. kept crippled up the past Ihreo she con- tinue d. "N'ot a day or a nifiht passed One of the matiy enjoyable [enlurci in conneclion _. govi" AJbert Cftpellani'B "Filmusical Arkansas, and hacK--trying to. get rn j co-slnrring June Caprice j nnd Cretgbton Hale will he tho -ap- pearance of a. bevy oE beauties re- cruited .hy Mr. Capellani Irom the var- ious Hroadwfty cabarets "and n'msical-i comiiy Fhowg. Tho aggregation of girls represents lour different well- Known cabarets and five 'current hits. In- TON1GHT AND TOMORROW Fannie Ward "The Cry of the Weak" "Once a crook, always a crook." IE the harsh manner assumed bv society toward its err-. in? brelhreu. This photoplaj- proves Iho fallacy of theory.' ''BEFORE BREAKFAST" Lloyd "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" Episode Five 25c and 10c thai 1 haven't hail terrible pains run- clufljnfr ''Tumble "Good Mornms ning all through my lower limbs, and _ at limes my leet irould until I could hardly get-a shoe on, 1 look nil .Boris of medicines Ifaal were recommended .for rheumatism, but they tore my stomach up EO goL lo the ylace where i could hardly cat anything without 'puftcrlng mis- ery lor hours afterwards. When my appelllc left mo and to suf- fer so badly from indigestion, I begrn lo loso welgbl and get weaker every day. At night I woultlbc ao nervOui "find rcFftlcss. that I couldn't sleep nnd Screen's Come (cone Mabel Normand fn her enormously succesEful Comedy Feature 'Sis Hopkins' Adapted from1 Tlose Melrlllc's .Famous -StaRe Success ADDED ATTRACTIONS "FRISKY LIONS AND WICKED HUSBANDS" A Wild' An Una I Comedy Riot. Latest Screen Marline CONCERT ORCHESTRA AND ORGAN SELECTIONS 35c and lOc Judge" and "Listen Lester'' and coiv elste oT hand-picked selected with a dlEcrJmlnp.tlon Ihnl would do credit to Florenz The girls iwnv a chorris iiiac pears at Tarious.-ldlervals throughout Ihn plcturo and berett or voices, they ilisport themselves J in H lively-manner nnd make good usa i of their [raining in the gentle art oE "jazz." dancing. Tho work ot rehears-' Ing the girls In Llio dance numbers. entrusted lo Albert Dorrla, BS-! alslant lo Mr. Capellani. who priori I couldn't find any relief. I went to to assuming the more or less dignified ITol Springs, Arkansas, and took Ihu balhs thtrc, but c.imc home In as bad a shape ns ever. Then I heard Tanlac recommended so and us I had taken nearly cverrihlng elan I though T might as well try It too. really look Tanlac hoping tbat I 35c, 25c lOc THE PICK OF THE HIT OF TH6 SEASON MEETINGS Labor Meeting J. S, M'oodsworlli, Ihc pronilncnl Tabor n.Ein of Winnipeg, will addresi a ma S3 meeting In Iho Miners' Lib- rary on Wednesday evening I his week. Sir. Woodsworih In a forceful speaker, and tlic labor men of this city sliou'd lurn o'Jt en Uiasso lo hear liini. Tlio regular meeting of Ilic Tradn nnd 1-abor Council, Efhcduled lor evening wMI lie poat- cd.on Ihls nccoiint. It wonltl etrafehlcn out my stomacli, Jiql (Udn'l Hilnk thai H Would lielp tho rheuinalistn loo, hut IL was one of the happiest surprises I erer had when I found Ibflt nflcr my stomach bflgin to Eet iMiller. the rheumatism WBS re- lieved, 1 'kept on taking Tanlac and a five weeks' treatment, I am not any more ,07 either Ihe Indigestion nor rheirmallsm. Myj aupctlte is wonderful Hhri I can Jual. cat anything I want dIKc.it il. 1 can loll by the way my clothes fit me liat I have gained sereml puiuidn In and I Just teel iriyGclf Kctlins ronger every day- My nerves arc aa (cady ns n rorft, l-slc2p eight or nine hours every ntghl and I only regret tlmt 1 didn't Know of Tanlac sooner, ns It would liflTR saved me ft wtyilo world ot suffering and LETHBRffiGE MILK PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION A MEETING IS HEREBY CALLED FOR THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER. 25th, I al S.OO o'clock In the Y.5I.O.A. lo consider Ihe "report of tho deltgalc to the Vraser Vall and to decide what if ahill b'e wUh'respect to the provincial organization I row nrdcr consideration by Iho Ccnlral U.F.A. Milk anri Cream Commlllto, or milk for the nciL three months tvlll be decided UDOH. Meeting open lo the riihllc w: J. LLOYO, Sccreiary. OH BOY! JUNt HM.t MOTORBOAT '-OST MONOTO.V. X.II., Sept. sldcralilc anilely oriBlo In- Monctoi ol llio Tncl' IhnL n motovtpa.t seven Moncfon young mon left She- riiac fo'r'Prlncc Kdu-ftrtl Islaiid ye.ntcr day morning nt 0 o'clock, InlenHluK lo rfttiirnjsst night, hut -up M it Into hour they have not been located on cither aide c( the1 Slnlls of N'orthnmbcrliind. Tboso in the boat are: Ouy Udgeia, C'annd'an Press Jlnrry travelling freight ttmt, Jack h'drhes. Waller Mcwllllain, Dourecols and Ills son; Joe, nhJ-L. C, 1'owcll, dispatcher, C.N.tt. NOTICE! MASS MEETING OF THE RETAIL CLERKS TO BE HELD IN THE LABOR TEMPLE On THURSDAY, SEPT. 25th SOMETHING NEW! SOMETHING NOVEL! SOMETHING TASTY! GIRLS AND GINGER! A. (arce-cornedy ivhlch ia :t riot, of laughter trc-rn slftrL lo d scream ot played by an aggregation ntirs o[ the first magnitude nn-1 fume on screen And slagc- with oodles of pretty girls furnishing piclureaque dancra nnd lovely lahleoux. The only really successful at- tempt crcr made to translate to Ihe screen the essence and story of ft modern, uo-lo- "j5irlle-3lrllo" musical-com- edy hit. Six acts of .laajhler, dancing, fun roJlIckinf GIRLS AND GINGER: ThK't kiy.note of this "Filmul- Ic4l Comedy0 In Six Acti. "OH, "OH IT'S COMEDY" IN SIX STUNNING ACTI, DON'T THIS ONE! Come Mln Thii Brand Nt-x Thrt film if anteed ntw. Not three yeirt old. It coilt ni men IrM Inert and moit up dute fMurii it IM Emprew ;