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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 1913 TITF. i.rVniBRTIXiE DAILY HETUUi PAGE FIVE ftO.ME. Sept. ministers lo not conceal the enormous gntlty of the situation and the serlout dif- ficulty, not to Bay Ibe ImpaesibiliLy of finding a sil.fCtctory solution to the Flume problerh. They do not -wa.it Lo USE TCTCO asalnsl d'Anminzlo. Jailing to arold fratricidal conflict D It Is sild that this poiHUm may ,-artly due to the fad troops nrJercd afcilniL tio poet'l ralEhl retuw io orders. rersuaskin, II Is Mid here, it use- los.i wllhoui" ojiruehiK to Capt. d'An lier erntwhlle epemles, hcndeil bv which perliapa would il- rcndy Mtwl bul for Internal 1 1 on li If, ud Ihe Uck of i responsible man in power, fte Uallin lovern- infnt Ike Urtl tn recognize lit y- of ioWlnt ILr. will of (lie puce conference. The advlwbllily of Iho cabinet re- bas bwn. considered but Lliat Iden bas been abandoDcd, since a minlj'.erlal crisis would uol help to solve (be problem, nor is there avail able a man with greater authority or more energy lhaa Premier Nilii. whc nunzlo's anneiailou I is jenerally coneidered Iho strongest nf the port of Flume and the Sinter-! a'.a'.ojman possessed by Italy. He hns hud to Italy proper. II il assertedf considerable opposition, however Out If tho Italian government should j which is fomented by nationalists jccei't the conditions she would have; and of IJaroTi Sonnlno her not only her allies, but; former nildster of foreign affairs. Declares Labor Can Gain More By Organization Than By Revolution BLACKHANDERS BOMB BUILDING IN BATAVIA Sepl. Tillet. British delegate, addressing the Trades Congress, declared thai the trades union movement embraced some workers .ariose power Increasing rap'dly. Events In tlic "Old Country, lie Bald, were drlvJcB the YBTious elements malting up the movement together After a reference.; to the trials of Ihe pfoneera of the dockers' organl- tallon, Mr. TilleL declared: ''and' we BOW have the temerity Lo KO htfore representatives of the government and talk with an ait of wisdom and confi- dence. We are snar.'nn a very lieiltby- respecl on Ihe part o-! Ihe other siile, too. In fact, U plight be. called u 'liro-lii-oiie nioveiaeut.' I Hen Tillel then took the political1 labor movement in Great Britain. point- Ins out that 11: Included trades unionists and a small percent- of exfreintftls. The movement, he on KubstanL-'al organi- zation tad with greal Idea la and wblcb li ablfl to-wieii a "Ttfe real porter of the Lridea union movement expreued in Its organiza- sate the BrlllEh labor member of '-'We In Great Britain did more by" organ fza I ion than by all the talk ol revolullQLiMhal has p're-; Tilled tor Our class Is not ilares: JortTer. Our novement IB BTOT-ring we will aemand tbat this God Clvoa earth shall.belong to the chil- dren o( purs yet tq The-war was over, he sa-'d, but an- other war is going on and would f.o on until a different kind of, aralsllce IB alEoed. A new trades unionist in ternalional had hcen lormed, which, he hoped, "would bring all workers o( the world together. H 'was in denouncing Lho condH'ona a peal number of Brit- Isli workers lire that Mr. Tillet sllrreu the congress to-a high pHcb W in SuIIcring IhroiiRh the slress of the war and now through its aftermath milliona of mothers there wore, he exclaimed, who would unable lo b'rlnii up anything but ft C-3 race. "The r.ice' of men who would- allow ila women to become rhothers'iinder such' is they who should bo he declared amid ringing'ap- plause. Again in referring sacrifice of Ufa rt.irfnE the war, Mr. Tillet evoked applause. "The sooner wo can bbliltratc the memories of lho war the better U would be for Ihe working he said. "I will con- tinue .the for Ibc class that saved lho irorld from inllilarism In order thai a new harvest of brotherhood and love may come fo m'anklnd." BA1UVIA, N.Y.. Sept. Black linden ire beltared to be responsible for lho wrecking br bomb at Ih two Blorey building of'Carl TrlnurchT 4 o ILa Russian Bolshevik paper Izvcstia, Uie Bolshevik expert- int-nt of Ihe aocializalion ol children la'noft' making Headway. Tlie Uveslia slates thai all children from the ngc of three arc iblv taken Troni tlieir. parenta antl IitecerJ in stale iastilu'.iuns tlicy ire educated alone Uolshevik In order to protect Ihe children, lays the Izveslia, from the pernlcuoiis ntliiciice parents with: bourKeois sy IP put VSaits of these parents lo tir children are [orbi'Mcn. ,.j, It is admitted that ono of the first isuHs of the erperimcnl'Is (hat many cltlldrcn have died owing to IICR or i} and PASSPORTS NOT-DENIED WORLD "DRY" WORKERS -23. Slate" department officials said today thai no policy hnd been adopted of denying paasoprts of agents of the Anti-Saloon League seeking lo go'lo Kurope lo further-. Ihe wprId-wide prohibition campaign determined upon at a recent conference in DECLARE TREATY PROTECTING FRANCE IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL I1KQIXA. Sask, Sept. few re- ports which have been received from points in ULC northeast of the province would indicate that damage from rain to Grain in the etoop Is extensive fcriaus. practically nil the lerrltory In Dial parl of the province north of Melville lias been adversely ntfecled by the weather, and -rcporU? of damage as tar west as Kosthcrn are forthcom- ing. Al rains followed br hoi murky weather, lids causod growth in HID stooks. point only live per cent, of the crop hag lieen threshed and almost a toUil damage of s esthnated. Oats out for green feed i re though pastures arc now.' n goorl shape. Therd has heen' no threshing in the foricton district, but threshine will be general in a day'or'ivo II the weather s dry. There is no scarcity of farm abor in this district and wages are rilling :IL a day. About' 40 per cent, of the crop in the-Vereein district was hreslied by Sept. 12, bul further op era lions have been-suspended uyiains. AT THE'COLONIAL AT 2.00, 4.00, 7.00 AND 9.03 P.M. Maurice Tourneur PRESENTS THE GREAT DRURY LANE MELODRAMA CLAIM STEEL UNION7 SECRETARY IS I. W, W Sept. unan- nious vole of lha_six .'members.pws- en I, the senate judicial y committee Med (bit the proposed treaty ;uaranteeing immediate assistance of he United'Stales lo 'France In event of an nnproroked attack by Germany was unconstitutional. Twelve members .were abacnt and tbeir voles werd not cast. WASHINGTON, Sept. made in the house by'ReyreseulaliTe HepubHcan, Ohio, lhat Wil Ham Foster, secrctkry-tfeaaurer of Ihe commjl represents radical naion leadership and was active in I.'w. W. propaganda will be investigated by. the senate lab-' or comihittea during Jta inquiry into the steel slrifce. DRUMRIGKT RIOT NOW ABOUT OVER MEETINGS Special Scoirt Maitera Notice All Sr.oul Masters and helpers Ticroby requested to allenil a spe olTiccrs mcetlns it the Y. M. C. A. on evening at S p.m. Z. SkuUBOn, .Seoul Coram. I. 0. 0. F. Meeting l.ethbridje I.ixlso No. 2 I. 0. 0. F. ulll meet on Friday nlshl In the Odd- fellows hall when (he first degree will he conferred. -A full nUenrlance Is rc- VJGltlng brpthcl'a welcome. Special Scout Notice All.officers anti arc request- ed lo meet In eit.lt PfX on Sopl 2Slh at 4.311 p.m. 'If posilblc In full uillrorm. Special husfne.ia U) 'ransnct Irnpoilant. Z. Skouaon, Seoul Comm. FRENCH JOURNALIST DEAD An- nouMcemenl -ie -made of .ths .death of Henri' Hud former director of the HivaV Agency, the KVench'iiewi dlstri- bating orfan.' He was' a. menhir of tho legion of Honor and o[ French Academj'. SCAFFOLD FALLS- WOMAN KILLED DRUAirtlGJIT, Okla.. Sept. stale troops ivalkjng post In Ihe streets of this cily and others, standing EUard in most of Ihft -impOT-tant build- 'ngs. thc'rlol situation [bat nrosc out of UiQ-slnko of IS lelcphone workers has lessened Injhtensily; The troops lasl' anil were sent oft lo guard the cily before daybreak this morning. BATHING IN A SOUP BOWL Bathing In a EOui) bowl Is not an PETERBOTtO, Ont., SepL Wesley Oakley was killed ypslerdar )r falling from a tho roof of a bam. Her hiishandrwaa engaged In thfngllng the-barn at. tbe llme'ftnd sho was carrying nails to him. FIX PHICE Of MILK DELIVERED. IN TORONTO Wholeule Price Suggetted Ta for ElgM-tallon Can Qeneain inu [awning sery-ile exter- ior o( Tony Vallcro, an Italian immi- grant, beat the heart of a lion. Irnr- ing the'ycarn of bl3 young manhood lu Tlsly and the long1 difficult month's ol toil In New York's Little lUly, Tony's spirit had never ivavered, for always before Ms eyes there floated the vis- ions' of life in the lanJ that meant to him ..Then came llic with a lit- tle naif-foci newsboy of New .York, he started on his way. His'greeting In Llic Royal saloon al Red Bulls was a klsj from (he belle of the lawless cat- tle lown. A few mome'nlj later came a blow from Ihe town bnlly that laid him flat on the saloon Boor- Al lhat moment was born .a hatred'that could In only one a man whoso .sleeping strength was., soon to Jirouae Itself In fury. The Iwo strong- est men in the .Weal most clash. H was.llieTltable. v' 'To'know he story of arllon wboae strength had been hmiien. under Ihe form of a lamb you1 moil "The Sleeping at the'Colonial Thea- tre today, Friday ind Saturday, with Poultry Fancier! to Meet A .meelhig of IjOthbrldge Poultry Association will be held tomorrow fFrJday) ejcnlng al J p'n. In Ibe Board of.Tradt rooma. to Prorlnelal Poiltry lallon'. RBd olher. bflahiess of Inp wrrnler show, Hihetlnf Friday An Important .ipeclal rnecllng of the l.elhbrldire -Trades and Council, will be held In Ihe Labor Hail tomor- row and-fnil-' deuls and are re-' to be present, >lao the lite rvmlalon Utwr party.. annnl rtfori of (he.Xe'ntyrt- Porcnptte ahowfl'ii higher grnde of ort now being milled, and, though operation cotli were hlgheh, profrtt (bowed ullght (nfrcutt, TORONTO, fair price commission silting tit .part of the board or commerce' Sere Inresllgatlng the claims of the milk producers for a higher price, arcninenls from dairymen mornrni In faror of in Increiae. of Ibe Ontario AgrlcnHinll CtMtft, Ooflpa. irodiicW f'ggrea to (how that at the pmeit price of foodilutfj, ihe dalrriaen ihlp- ptng to Toronto ikowd get per gallon can lelfrered >t Toronto, or tl hli own'aiailn, He al- lowed the farmer. jM lor hla and a profit on nfs.nTastaieit on imrm oreryday Is likely that anyone would .want It (o be, but such a bilh is belter than none at Ml. A man recentfy re- cently returned lells.ot aii .experience he had overseas when with the men were chasiny the Oerinins In their last long retreat. In their Hunb leH.behlml them H nnmber "of very large soup caldrons with heat em attached, A certain siege battery had come lo the plncc where these cnldrorm were, and were due to for t few dajs The "Y" man, as usual, Irled lo make condition.! ns goorl as possible, hul couIJ (fnd no way of providing a. balh Jng place for Ihe could they find one for themselves urtlll llic Idea fjflsheil Inio'.tho mind of'ihe Trl angle "worker soiip'kcllles could bo used, :Ily 'dlnl oflcpnsltler- nble effort lo fill Vctlles, onrl; In of a week the whole' 130 men, had tha exqalalle of a bath In a soup bowl. Thft wordi pasierl Maurice motion Ihe lines, flnrt more !than one ptctore director, whose first fridepen- Monroe grant. Tho first chapter Mighty" will also be Totiy, Ihe Imml- of "Elmo the shown today. The late. ,Her; Jobi SomerTllle, Tf.i IreaHarer pf Ihe Preebytertan church of Canada, by a will rude Jdtid 21, Ull, beqaeathed hUr eatite, coirtlsllna; Of In estate, hoods >nr( rjih, lo al< wife, Martha bunch of rr.er.' HiicfeiBusintilod orferlng, plc- crf Oermaiu' Ilitii iotipi kittilu. of'lhe famous Dniry GALT CHAPTER It OIVIfHS A Tea in Harper's Hall On Saturday Afternoon, Sept 27th TO IKUilCAL PIOOHAM _ i j -1. "Blue Blazes Rawden" His Createsl Masterpiece Artcraft }'icture. "THE MUSICAL TROUPER" Pearl White in "THE BRASS KEY" AND MEW OUTING CHESTER AND CHfilSTIE COMEDY. Prices 25c and 10c Only1 Mutic in Ihe City. Hart and Chaplin Mitlnee Saturday, Kids.......... 5c AN ALL-BRITISH PRODUCTION .THE GREATEST SPORTING PICTURE PRODUCED, SEE THE ENGLISH NATIONAL SPORTING CLUB AND THE THRILLING BOXING TOURNAMENT, AND OTHER GREAT' SCENES. THIS IS A BRAND NEW PICTURE, NO SECONDHAND "SPORTING LIFE" Will at 2, 4, 7.30 and Sharp' 'Dally. 35 Extra Children 10 ctnU, Saturday Matinee, Children 5 Cents SPECIAL AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA EACH-EVENING BIGGEST WEEK-END SHOW IN TOWN OPENING EPISODE OF lie of a ycttetfa drama of hmm The SLEEPING UON A POOR little atarrinc "sleep big -txartrd Tendor ot images on New York's Eaat a chance tot both to ID and a acrid of wonderful adTtnturei for duiftr, romance, thrills, home and YooTl mnt to alap the man on the and hug the little boy. Set tills picture .withoot fail, Monroe OalliburT at ruj in a rreat drama of hornan hearti, EMJlliCMJI CKACK COftAJW ROLLICKING -VITAflBAPH COMEDY. "TOOTSIES AND TAMALES" It's a flrly, whlrly, Uoghln? comedy COLONIAL ORCHESTRA ORGAN SELECTION S.L ;