Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, SEPTFftDEn 23, TIITC LETHRP.IDT.E HEIUUl PAGE FIVE WHAT MINE WORKERS WILL DEMAND ave Six Car Loads in Store Bui Use Car And Halt a WINNIPEG Sept. Tlic board of commerce did not hold a session today owing to the (act that Harry Whllla. K- C.. conducting the inquiry for Iho government, was engaged in court work. Commissioner Auld announced. howorcr. tliat hearings woulil be re- sumed Wednesday. Mr. Autd also an CLEVELAND, Ohio, Sept. 23. convention ol tho lTulc- cJ Jllne Workers of America lute today unanimously adopt- ed the report of the wage seals committee, which demands a tlal salary pur cent. Increase In wages, a sis-hour day. five ciayj :i wtek, lime and a half for overtime and for Sundays and holidays, rnlli Municipal Hail Insurance Hoard Ing dlstrlbulioii of sugar for western Premium Rate Fix- points. In a statement Klvcu out .today -by J. U. 11U5B, K. C., a representative of the Coca Cola company, il Is announc- ed that it It can be shown that fruit Is solng lo waste in any part of the west Iho Coca Cola company is pre- pared Immediately lo ship direct at "cost" four cars of Bflgar. Tho Coca Cola company, Ihe state Tho Coca Cola company, me ainii.- rncnt -says, has been placed in a wrone -Premium Rate Fix- ed at Six Per Ccnl (Special to The Herald) CALGARV, Sept. the meeting ol the Municipal In- surance Board today, official state- ments showed that the llv surance carried was about ONPHOTf INU.S.SE1IE WASHINGTON, Sept. the first roll call on the peace treaty, the senate today adopted. 43 to 40, a motion by Senator Lodge to postpone until next Tues- day consideration of the 40 odd amendments proposed by Senator Fall, which would eliminate the United Stales from different com- rnlcslons created undtr the treaty. who under Mr. Capellanl's direction mads a most merry rollicking comedy- urama out o( lb.0 famous musical comedy. The story? Why spoil perfectly good situations by spilling the "Oh, Hoy'." is TIIKIIB as a motion AT STARI.ANI) melo-drama which scored so heavily Ing Iho truth, becomes tho willing two decades or more ago, is one of i tool of Mrs. do Carterel In doping 1-te the greatest motion picture spectacles Just as ho is lo step Into iho ring, produced In this country lu roany I Lord Woodstock takes his place and not only wins the flght but thousands of pounds as well. The story of a young nun wbo Is generally known as "simp." because of bis supposed bone-Kfadedness, is 'Toor lloou." a I'jramounl pic.- lute wlilch will be sci-n at Slarlaud tonight and tomorrow, with IJryant Washuurn as star. Tho Simp, however, has really some- thing to him. as be proves when he gets an opportunity. The'natives of [be lieine town, who predicted thai he would never amount lo much, are forced to take hack their prophecies be returns to llie town as a millionaire. He puts suc-h a big ulult that he not only their hom- age but also rcaily establishes him- self in business and gets nominated for Congress. AT THE MAJESTIC. years. "Sporting Life" will be shown at Starland three daya commencing Thursday. The scenario by Winthrop Kelley departs from the original play mainly in the elaboration of detail. The general outline Is not disturbed, the plot concerning itself with Jxird Wood- stock's winning of the Derby wiiu Ills mare Lady Love, and LIs stepping in- to the ring to lalto tbe place of an MABEL NORMAND MAKES SIS HOPKINS HUMAN How to be lovable though gawky was .but oue of the problems f laughing-stock throughout the play. Yet 1 fell I couldn't do that, because there la much that is appeiliog In her character. Sympathy must not be withheld from tho village cut-up be- cause she never had what sho called an 'education.1 I have tried to mike mr heroine funey without belDR repellent through her awkwardness and outland- ish costumes. This I think I have ac- .Mabe work rnadu ems lacing ihrough tho girl's love for Xormand when she began her father, her willingness lo do any- on hir first Coldwvn picture thin; to ease his offering aad her In California. As moat people sLoru disapproval of everything pugilist whom ho backed heavily and vt.o hail b drugged Ihrough tho asency of Oliv de Carteret, (he vamp, at the instiga- tion of her husband, who Is Lord Woodstock's deadly enemy. The slory has to do wiih the attempt of do Cir- leret to ruin Lord Woodstock. Tho romantic element is provided by the Earl who Is in love with the j daughter of his chief trainer. Her j sister loves JOB I.co. a prize fighter, not wisely but too well, ajid when she I attempts suicide, her father on learn- [know, it "Kis uow play- ing at iLe 'Colonial, that marked iho sprightly comedienne's return to the state she loves. Hut about the slar's difficulties. "It would have been easy enough." sa'd Miss Xorraand lo a friend who visiled her during the making of the play, "to make Sis a doivnrigill Is not right. Her keenness, too, In teeing through the lolly pretensions of Miss I'cckovcr. principal of the sL-miDary, ivill show ruy audiences that Sis is not altogether lacking in per- ception. Miss Normand finished, with a jump toward her director in response to his call, "I do hops so." light hy tlic evidence given bcf'jre Hie board of commerce Monday. They have in Block 210.000 pounds of sugar, or six carloads. Tlio company requires one and a halt carloads a week, or it will he compelled (q close its plants in Winnipeg anil the'west ami thereby lltrow 250 employees out of .work. Tins company, similar to all other com- panies manufacturing sirup, places definite contracts for sugar In advance and must do to prevent interrup- tion of business. Up to llio present. llio statement adds, in order to. meet the require- ments of the counlry during the fruit SEa.ioii. tills company lias already re- leased at cost seven rarlouds of sugar. mounting to 2SO.OOO pounds. Hail losses for the year are a little over J500.000. The premium rale was fixed at six per cent. This will be 48 cents per acre for S3 per acre in- surance, and 36 cents for in- surance. A proportionate rebate will allowed for crops withdrawn be- fore Jul> 20th. Over DO per cent of the insur- ance carried was for M per acre. Trouble Over New Melhud Of Fixing To lie Adjusted LONDON Sept. sudden crisis In the British railroad sit- uation owing to the dissatisfac- tion of the men over their wages caused a conference to be held this afternoon Sir Eric Geddes, minister -without port- folio, who had been active recenl- ly In connection with labor mat- ters, and Premier Lloyd George. The men complained that in some instances their wanes had been reduced under the method of fixing them. In authoritative circles it was declared the difficulty will likely be overcome before conditions be- come serious. The much-talked of New York suc- I cess, "John Ferguson." hy St. John C-. JKrvino will bo seen hr-rc at the Ma- Joctic on October 3rd ami 4tli. Wherever the play has been present- ed the critics have unanimously pro- nounced it to he the most powerful and intensely Interesting production of vcnrs. The Theatre Uuild. Inc., who produced tho play have entrusted its interpretation lo an excellently bal- anced cast 6f unquestioned merit. It Is the one play thai you should sure- ly see. "SPORTING LIFE" IS BASED ON FAMOUS OLD ENGLISH PLAY Showing a phase ol English 'life that under llic stress-of the wur may never he seen again, "Sporling Life." Maurice Tourneur's splendid lurizat'.on ol the famous Drury Lane M GRAITK No Limit (o What May He Dis- cussed Declares Hon. Mr. Calder Is Repeatedly Called To Order Hy Speak Again Next Session OTTAWA, Sept. question of privilege iu the house of commons Ihis attcrnoon, Hon. Cbarlcs Jlurphy dmll-with the'speech made by Mr; Itowell the other day replying to the speech made.by.5Ir. Murphy IS months ago. OT.TAWA, Sept. question Mr. Murphy this afternoon was re- nt gratuities and all other matters at- pcatcdly called to order by the speak- fecli'lig Ihe re-eslablishmcnt of sold- or. The ground taken by the speaker Jcrs in civil life, will come before the commillcc of Ihe commons on 'soldiers': civil 'ac- cording to Hon. J. A. Calder, chair- man of tho committee, In a report jnadc shortly after the session opened today. Tlic question arose as to how far the committee was competent lo go tho matter. Oulsido of those set forth in bill No. 10, on soldiers' civil re cs lahlishmcnt, Mr. Calder said In his opinion II was quite competent lor the committee to recommend any amend- ments to the hill creating the depart- ment of soldiers, civil re-establishment which it might see fll, and if Ihe com- mittee found thai the. objective for tho department was was not being attained under the pres- ent act, it. had every' competence to recommend alterations. F. F. Pardee askei if lie committee had the righl'lo t'ako up the Question of gratuities. Can Dllcuit Any Plan. Mr. Calder replied affirms live and said Ihey could also take up any olher scheme In regard lo placing loldiers back fri civil lifer' "It Is perfectly eorapclnnt-for us-lo calj anyone" who can enlighten, us on the'se p.lans the chairman STARLAND All Production! 0-jiranteed. Beautify your ImOHOW Complexion wng -that on a question of privilege Mr. Murphy was not cutltlcd to reply to Mr. Tlowoil, but coultt only quote a specific slatemont and deny if ho wished. Mr. -Murphy referred to what ho Billed "evasions, half-truths and false- which Mr. Jlowcll lias clorac- erizcd as a reply lo his observations made in March, lie regretted, he said, that the rules ot the house did not permit him lo deal in a question of privilege with falsehoods of a gen- eral character contained.in Mr. How- ell's speech of Wednesday lasl. Mr. Murphy went on, 'f cannot do more than state that 1 will deal with these statements al the first opportunity at the beginning of the neit session." lie denied that his Ilrf.t. speech was an allaclr. It was ho said, an atlack made by Mr. Bowel !n a speech at North Day, upon mem hers of.-French religious orders. The speaker, .called .him to order. Mr Murphy .tbat he had taken advantage of. Mr. Kou'ell's absence rom the house- Ile'hegnn his speech le the house rose at o'clock At that lime 'Mr. Rowel was in the. house. A Mr. Murplis wns called to order. The.president.of tbe privy conncl iad intimated that Mr. Murphy shoul have-.viailed tho front before niaWn hla charges. "May I tell the hons hat the honorable gentleman receive a fund.ot about. J3.760 In order t make.his trip, lo the said M Mnrpby. "Had I.-been a ftnancia a political parasite I coul made the trip myself." The.speaker again Intervened Mr. Murphy sat down, remarking tha he had uld all lie wanted to until th next (Ime. HAMILTON, Sept. Presi- dent Moore assuming the cha-.r and declaring the convention open, R. Gustav Franco., delegate lo the inter- national trades union and labor and Socialist conference, presented his re- port of the international conference at Berne. Mr. Franco, described his own stand on the S-hour day as follows: "The hours of vrork shall be eight liours a day. My amendment changed it lo: 'the hours ot work shall not exceed eight hours a day or 4S a week.' rid the skin of un- nAVi tightly blemishes, quicker and surer, by putting your blood, stomach and liver in -good order, than in any other way. Clear complex- ion, bright eyes, rosy cheeks and red lips follow1 the use of Beecham's Pills, They .eliminate poisonous mattir from _ the system, purify the blobdf ind tone CHANGE OF PROGRAM Tonight Tomorrow BRYANT WASHBURN IE Sept. SUlea stale department ta lakfng means'to check .llic extension of the Antf-Saloorr I-eas-ue's .prohlbillon.cam palgn In Europe, accordlne to the Daily Mall, two agents 0 the leagne who recently sought paa5 port facilities .In I'arin preparaloo to visiting Kriiland were unable ic obtain the necessiry vises. The which is conducting a campaign staled that the trades and labor congress of Canada had declared il self in favor of a C-hour working da; and included that claim in its platform principles. 1 registered a pica in vor or that measure as beiug the cst way to solve the problem ot un- niploymcnt and super-production auscd by improvement to machinery hlch.takes loday Iho place ot hand bor Jll various industries." Mr. Franco.then read llm rcsolu- ons adopted by the Bcrno conference elating to responsibility for the war. Prominent among the delegates is corge Armstrong, of gen- ral strike fame, who is now out on sil pending Ihe conclusion of liis rial on n charge of seditious conspir- cy. Accompanying this delegate is is wife. Mrs. Helen lArmslronB's ctivlllca on behalf of her husband nd his fellow prisoners recently brought her lo Toronto. ;.Delegate Armstrong Is accredited representative of tho Winnipeg carpenters. He Is one of the radical gplrils of-lhe Win- nipeg labor movement .and h's the organs of BEttHM PltU COLONIAL In opposition to William E. Johnso organizer of the Anil-Saloon Leagu aayn.lt '13 "corisidered unlikely Ih many more anti-saloon 'will be allowed to embark 'or England at present, Mr. Johnson as'saylng that officers of Ihe'orgnnl- zallon are scared At all Ihe attention paign here. ence hero ia tlic crvusc o( ation as lo.'wftnt "his aUltuille >s'ill be on "Wednesday when tlie gericrnl rtia- cuaslon on the weslcrn secessionist movement. Current Attraction at the EmpreM Lives up to its Fimoui Musical Comedy Vie saw "Oh. Bo on the TODAY AND WED. MABEL NORMAND Tho Screen's Most Popular Comedienne, in 'Sis Hopkins' You'll miss a We treat II you miss seeing Added Feature "FRISKY LIONS AND WICKED HUSBAND" A wild animal comedy riot SCREEN MAGAZINE ORCHESTRA 35c and lOc COMING THURSDAY MONROE SALISBURY "THE SLEEPING LION" AND ELMO LINCOLN In iho opening chapter irf ''ELMO THE MIGHTY" 'Poor Snoh' was Ihe original Mistakes: Mfelakcs: Mistakes! Como clown anil ECO how be lost hts job, his sweetheart, and his fortune, ll's very fuuny. "WOSE LITTLE WIFE ARE A Lwo-reel Paraiaount-Scn- nelL Scrcajn, willi Charles Murray. Mary Tlmrman, and Wayland Traak. BRYANT "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" Epl.ode 9 THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THE FIRST OF THE SERIES OF ALL-BRITISH PRODUCTIONS. THE GREATEST PICTURE OF IT'S KIND SINCE "THE WHIP." "SPORTING LIFE" IS EVEN BETTER THAN "THE WHIP." WE ARE DOING TO SHOW THIS PICTURE AT SACRIFICE PRICES- ADULTS 35c; CHILDREN ,10c. SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY, 'CHILDREN, 5 CENTS. which has focused on the cam- EmDrc35 theatre- last night, as a w Nothing as Good inCornriakes These? fresh crisp bits of toasted white torn pr pn. molloii picture. We.found It as rt motion picture In no'.way in- ferior to Iho stage production .In en- lerlnlnmcnt quality. Anrl this, be It said, Is high praise, for "Oh, Doyl" on tho stage wna n smashing success. 3Ir. Albert Capellanl, who as a mo- tion picture director has climbed high and fosl, directed tho plclnrc. Mr. Capellanl has been turning out a not- able number of successes lately. Ills work la distinguished by its srooolh- ness, attention to dclall, arllstia fin- Insh end Inspirational trealmc.nl.. Crctghton Halo and June Caprice, two youthful ami decidedly gool looking players arc coslnrred In Ihls produc- tion, while Iho supporting cast de- BCTTC3 moie than a mere word of praise. There Is the veteran actor, W. II. Thompson, who in the runawny brldfcV falher gives most excellent performance, and.who Is always so thoroughly In his part that Inngh af- ter laugh.dlrl him trllmlc. There h Flora Finch, who with the lalo John Bunny entertained so many persons. There Is Kcelo as Iho lively mnslcnl comedy star who breaks up two happy fimUlez. Thcr-i Is'nlso B chap by Iho name of Conyora who the "constable" and plujrs him well, Here Ts a'carefully, chosen company who work well lojelhcr U'f RED SEAL BUT A-PATS LETHBRIDGE MILK PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION A MEETING IS HEREBY CALLED FOR THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2Sth, at 8.00 o'clock In the Y.M.C.A. lo consider the. 'report of tho delegate lo the Frwer. Valley and lo decide what lotion, if any, shall he lakcn wjlh respect (o the provincial ofgftnlullon now under consideration by the Central IT.P.A. Milk and Cream CommUlce. The price of mirh for the ircil three months will bo decided npon. Medina open lo Ike public. Adapted, produced and dvKted by ALBERT CAPELLANI frem the EDiott-Coin- ilock-Gest Sacceu by P. G. WtdehooM, Gay BoHon and Jerome Kern. SOMETHING NEW! SOMETHING NOVEL! SOMETHING TASTY! GIRLS and GINGER! THE ONLY REALLY SUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT EVER MADi TO TRANSLATE TO THE SCREEN THE COMPLETE ESSENCE AND STORY OF A MODERN, UP-TO-DATE "GIRLIE- GIRLIE" MUSICAL COMEDY HIT. SIX ACTS OF LAUGHTER, DANCING, FUN AND ROL- LICKING HUMOR, j _. That's Key-note of Thli Merrr-Merry-Farelctr "Filmuilol Comedy." "OH; JOY! IT'S A "FILMUSICAL COMEDY" trW- NING BOYS, DON'T MI9S THIS ONEI .TODAY AND TOMORROW lie THE frCK OF THE THE MIT OF THE COME DONT THIS BRAND NEW MOW. IT NO MORE TO THE LATEST, AND UP TO DATE PICTURES, AT, THE EMPRESS ALWAYS.