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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIIUY, SEPTEMBER 2C, 1913 Tin.- urniHMllHUi II IIKI That Ik Effett of Byc-Gleclion Ad AmtMlmtnl Now Before House' OTTAWA, SepL further questions Ibis atternnu In Ibe iouse la regard to tho treaty. Mr. ArcnambauH liked II II true Canada was a parly to the truly with Buljarta and II the treaty had yet been, stcaed.' The nlnliter'of Juitlce replied to MI as yet unaware l( the treaty had teen aicned. Ai lo whether II fault iobmllled to the house (or (.pprOTal, rial would to a question for xooiIderatlOB liter. It would, hon- ker. DO doubt be dealt with In the wty ai the Auitrlan treaty. W. r. llaeLean aikwl whether Can Ida wa> a party to the treaty between Enilasd and Franca and whether iKe treaty would come before Ifae house. Mr. Doherty: "That treaty dlfferi from Ine others la that It Is just a treaty between France, and Great Brit aln. As to what may be the aclloi or the Dominions or. the question, thai It a separate and distinct Sotdlera Flrtt The minister ot Ihe Interior inlro duced a bill to'amend the Dominion act. The purpoie of. Iho hill li !o continue In erred, OHtcrs-ln-couiicl Hivlnc priority in entry to returnci Eoldlera. Another iirovision ot the bill deals with entrants on Dominion lands who come from enemy countriei Second reading was riven lo a bll (o amend the Dominion Uye-eleclloi Act. The hill hud become necessarj paid the solicitor-general, by reaEO of what appearoil lo bare been overHight when Ihe nye-Elcction ac of 1913 was passed at. the sprlnc ses tion. The act of last session provide for rtisnuallflcalion of oriental vote In Dritish Columbia and would hav no effccL Oriental voters would be Blifiiblc lo vote-on bye-election. Ernest Lapoinlc as'rfetl It It wa correct that under the provision Japanese who Iiad been nalurall and who was a Dritish subject woul be disri'uallflcJ tram ToliiiK in a I) minion hyoclection in British Colun bla, altliougli iiualillcd to vote In th other provinces. Mr. nulnrle: "That Is tho effect Iho bill, 'la effect H recognizes II rig'il of the provinces to make the own franchise." Dul why was Ibis dlscriminatEo Mr. Lapointc jirocceded. Why shou GOOD-NIGHT. O.B.U. v HAMII.TON, Sepl. 1'5-r-Tho v One- Disunion movement re- celled a decliled eeltack at Iho 4 evening of ihe Doinlu- v ioti Trades aud Labor Cou- v greas when tbe delegate! eii- v dorsed the report of the eiecu- lire council which denounced the movement. For LWU hours in embers espreaaed Ibetr teull- merits fur and against the idea, but when the question was voted on lliere vras only uua volte declaring bib support ot Ibe One 131 g Union. Follow- this ucllcm n. motion was eniuublKslicttlly carried lu Ibe effect dial Ibe One Dig Union iboulij never again be discussed In the conference. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 SEC.-M FOR IBEEFFfCTEOM OTTAWA, Sept. In three weeks tlmo tho reorgauiftiUoM of iho Can- adian army on Ibe a of Hie fornia.- These troubles kepi up Just thai way! m for aiul I had atom, P readied the point ivhcre I (bought I would never be any buHtr. "Allef reading a number of slate- 1 menU about Tanlac 1 came to iho conclusion that If it was helping so I inaiiy people who buffered as 1 did lLat it ccrteinly dit me any barm. GO 1 decided lo il a trial. I figured that 1 would have to Ink; about Bis Lotties o! tins medicine be fore t would notice any change IQ my condlllon, but to my great tsurynsej 1 began lu feel like a different tion put iiitu efTci-l in rr-incu in the FIVE decides 'Tbe Steeple Iruchio did llie He kid na west replete thrills ruid Li r acJ of a most imlure. randy tries to rescue her bul Char- tte Jimmy and refuses to bo :scueil. Tamed Charlotte and toer jutr prepare to lead a Jes3 streii- jU3 life. Toulfbl's great S. art In biases' ami iher by tbe lime I had finL-hed my first botlle. lly Ibe lime 1 hid finished my Canadian way. (Jen. Sir Arthur Currlc is west today uud if In; rtgahja tiis lu-alth vill Le hick at Ottawa as generul of tho Canadian forces uLout tho middle of next mouth. It U known that Sir Arthur desires to have tho home forces organized on the new baals before the end of Ibis year And It Is contemplated thai maiiy changes In itc-rnonncl be put into effect shortly; ADDITIONAL LOCALS Lo well un-ltrl second bottle I had gotten -back my HAMILTON', Ont., Sept. of Ihe Doniin- on Trades and Congress will not be inaJc a permanent oCCEcc. ac- cording to a decision o( the convcu- lon In session this morn Ing, P. M. declination Lo stand for re- election lo tMs position became a pos- Iblllly when resolutions I.ivbrlng the appointment u[ a permanent official 33th Gallery Ngtlcc Members of the 39lh Uattery arc requested to appear at a meeting to- night at the "Y" for Hie iiurposo ot cussIng funeral arrangements for Ihe Jate Trumpeter Slowe, at 1 p.m. sha r ji. ppelite, and noiktj that J ale was agreeliLg me better, aud was doins ine Lioro gooJ. Well. I Ju3t sluct to Tanlac, and now 1 can Lit doM'u as liearly a meal as any inau and I never suffer a paniclel afterwards. Why, 1 hardly kaoYir now lhat I ever had any Glomach trouble. The headach'ea are gone, and my erves are In such fine condition thai sleep like a log every night. Yes. Sir, Taulac is all right, and I never one an opportunity to Bay a gotxf vord for iL" Tanlac Is sold In John D. Higintotham Co.; In Co hurslt by Diamond Drug Stallone Store, and in Warner by Mrs. N. Boy Scout Notice The fill) LcthbrldEC Troop. Boy Scouts, will parade In full uniform, Vllhout slafTs, at the church hall on Sunday the 2Slb Inst.. at lO'.JS a.m. Card of Thanks anil Mrs. R. G. Merrill ivlsli to tbanV their many friends for sym- pathy and kindnpss shown during (heir nouncci lhat It tht position was marie anii permanent lie would not stand for Q. net with considerable approval. Voles "bereavement. lleauttful flowers taken seemed lo Ir.dlcalo Ihe majorlly' wero given'by Iho following: Cross, favored the resolution of the Toronto! molhcr, faiher and family; sprays: machinists and the Moose Jaw Trades I Mr_ anj >irG- j. K. llalloivcil. (Jlei- nnd Lahor CoLiiic'l. clicn. Alia.- Mr. and Mrs. U. For- At this Mr. Draper and T. It. "ln.......A. I-anilry, Mr. and ,____ Mr. and Mrs. R election, and Ihe cnlllnp of Ihe Mrs. McCallum and .Mrs. Feltcr Blioivcd a large number Ihe resolution ot mm concurrence In Ihe resolutions. The congress ndjourn- cd before the volen were, counted hy Ibe Ecrutincers, but of-ficial counls placed Lhc niajorltV at 250. Little other business was transacted at Lhc scss'on, the roll call taking about 3D m in Lite S- NAME NEW SECRETARY i OF ALHERTA C05IMAND OF THE G. W. V. A. CALGAKY. Sept. D. Drown, of Calgary, has succeeded Major C. W, LIFE" WILL PLEASE YOU ALICE BMy IN'Ti HCIHiVK Ho you lilic melodrama? The real Drury La'-ie braud filled to the jriin with sllnlng atlion, suspense and ,-enuine tlirill? doesti't? If you lo, you should not fail to seo "Sport' Maurice Tourneur'e superb picturizitlon of Ihe famous Drury ,ane success of twenty years ago bblrh will be shown at Slarland to- nlplit aod tonjorrow Just as iu the daya when the vivid melodramas IL rilled young and old alike, the p.cturizationB of the more famous of theae thrillers, is rousing popular interest to a litgh degree of Intensity. When Mr. Tourncur began ork on "Sporting Life" as his Ural ottering aa an independent producer, ic gave orders thai no expense should spared to make the photoplay a distinct work of art. and lhat his wis- dom wai appreciated by Iho public was demonstrated on its presentation In a Xeir York theatre on September 15, 191S, when it vas acclaimed one of tho best photoproducLions made in jcars. Tony'a 1'jelons ambition baa been to pave enough money lo go west und buy s cattle ranch. The day be- fore he leaves, vilih laboriously saved American dollars in hla pocket, Tuny befriends a little uewsle uf tbe Italian quarter, nJopts tho boy Into hid MfeitSona and blru west. b'g Tony develops Into a l.gbL'.ng man, the boy be- comes strong and ruggecj. Life In the west, however. Js a long serlos of obstacles. Tony a f'lond o( baniey, a sierllufj old fightor, lo whom he his IniitrucUoii In the ways ol tho west. All bough Tony has promised to marry Carloila, an Italian girl, Lack j In New York, there cornes into Irs, ife KMo llllllngti, played by Ilhca daughter of Lbe Royal saloon I md hold, a girl who Is both angel j and Imp. According to Ihe environ-1 nent In wbJch she has spent her life.; Uilllngs admires moat of any- else brute fighting strength In J QUEEN BRAND LADIES' SUITS AND WINTER COATS Heine sold al half niamilactur- er'a FREDTHAEIJL 315 Fifth Street S. "Tfic IndesLruclible Al Hrady's lalesL Select Picture, win seen tomorrow at the Empress theatre. The slory deals with lolle, the strenuous bride of Orrtway. She athlcllcally Inclli AT THE COLONIAL Salisbury's well-known abiV Ity for character development is ampli- fied lo an unusual degree in "The "ESccpInK I.Ion." a Universal special attraction, which is heing shown at Ihe Colonial theatre today and Sntur day. picture gives Saliahury an np for what might well be .ed, termed u rorlrayal ol dual roles. while her husband is not, and he fipds I widely different arc the characters ol a great deal of trouble In, keeping up [Tony Valtcroi, the cringing Itallai with her. lie meets Brandy, a prates- immigrant v.-lio models m clay in Nev UKEDPISIORE Becker Hid Tried Everything Since Health Failed Fifteen Years Ago. "I want lo get tour more bottles Flrillsh Biibjecl be problbilcd from Mclnnea. of Calgary, as secretary of line In ana nrovmcG and vet eutit- i 'ne provincial command of the Great i i tn vclc in TnTlhef War Veterans' Associalion, with head-'of Tanlac, please, lor itria Iho only. Ltmclc m another. Barters In'Calgary. Mclnncs medlclQC lhat has done me any, good tendered hiB resigDatlon lo Ihe pro- vincial executive a month ago, bay- sional athlete, -A-hom he the Rorrcct man. lo lire her out. dy [alls ia love ,wlth Charlotte. When in need of tive, do not resort to vio- lent cathartics, but takcihc gentle, natoral A PHENOMENAL SEASON MOOSE JAW, Sept. This year has bsen 3." record rail in lied fifteen years said Alfred ing been compelled lo Bive'up his. Br. a bak.e-i wort ll.rough Ill-heallb, and at tbe., Alberta, -7.-b.le In the Owl l meeting of the provmcW exec- far as escaping -frost la cbnccrnod. No utlvc committee, called Promier i Treat WQ3 expcrlcncad'-iinlll- rWediiea- -Edmqnjon. on Wedncad iy, J day Bi-and lhah wly H. D. wo. f tt. npppfnl- J Drug Storo in E "tried" tered-. J- K. who compllca Uic VenlLer BtatisLks Tor pthc province, staled lliat uc record such a season. MAJOR EATON WILL NOT BE CANDIDATE Create Gas, Sourness and Pain How To Treat Medical authorities state thai, near- CALGARY, Sept. Rl 13. M.IJ.A., ivlip was the principal speaker at the openiriE meeting oC the new Calgary hhld in Volati's 'hall, laEL, ,at; the close 6( his" spVecli nn- nonnccrt liis withdrawal from Hie fed- eral candidature in East Calgary. "My selection a few months he said, conrtiUonal on an election be- ing called before, ot :nt last continued Mr. Becker, "that a regular drug store in mj I'D use. I suffered from stomach trouble, and It seemed dial 1 was never going to Eel- any relief. In fact my condition gradually got -worse all tbe lime instead of belter. After eat- ing L would be perfectly miserable for hours on account of' pas forming anrt bloiling me un. I would have worst sort of cramping spells sometimes' Ihis gas would choke me up ao bad I could hafdly breathe. Sometimes these spells would, come on me at night, and I would have to get up and walk Lhc floor for hours in order to get a good hrceath.'I also suffered a lot' with headaches and parliament. The session being would get BO dizzy nt limes I could' held automatically cancels my nomtna- 1 hardly slnnrl on my feet. I was very ,3 nine tenths of (be cases, of stom- ach trouble, indigestion, sourness, burning. gasr MoatinB, nausea, c'c. arn One to an of hydrochlprlc ac'd In not as some bjjileve to a lack of illgcsllvc Juices delicate alomach llnjng Is Irrl- talcil. digestion ia delayed and food; sours, causing Iho disagrEcablc. aymp-, stomach sufferer Vnowfi EO well. AriiUclal. are not needed Jn such CG.'CS and may do real harm- Try laying aside nil digestive aids nntl any druEREst'.a IGW-OIUICGS of Bisuraled Magnesia and 1ako a leaapoonful in a quarter glass nf water rlglil after eating. This the stomach, prevents the formation of excess: acid ami there Is no Kournesa, gas or pain. U.suraled Magnesia (in powclrr or lahlel lorm litjultl or milk) la harmlcssi to the stomach, inexpensive to tpflke nnS la the most efficient form of Tieaia for stoninch purposes H fs used! l.y (housanda of' jieoplo -who enjoy their meals wllh no more ot In- Advert. EAT LESS AND TAKE BITRO-PHOSPHATE TOtUTON FLESH A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE lion and at present I am not a candi- nervous, aud 1 never knew what' it was (o gel i good QighL's sleep. Frederick S. Kolle, M.U.. Kdilor of Weir- York I'hyalclans' Fays that weak, nercous people irtio icanl IncrcRHCd irelghl, etrongtH and neT-i'c-forcft, should lake q Strain tab- let of BltroHiospbule Just before or Aurlnf each meal., TTifs particular Is the dla (oTcry of n famous French sciential, .reports of remarkable reanltn from recently appenred in many medical journals. If you do not well; If yon tire easily; do not Bleep well, or are too thin; (to to any good druggist gel enough Bltrn-Fhcrarihale fftr a Ivo 'ireeftV coBls only fifty cents n. week. lefls; chew your food 'hprougfa and K al (he end of a >on do cot feel stronger Rid better hare for months; If roar nerrcjt are not 1C 7011 tlu'w-l belter and hare more Tim, en durance and vitality, your money be returned, an.d the tlttro-Fhoflphq'o Hill W91 y Week-Old Corn; v, Should B aeumific. It' coMlt> of a Bine- jtj pUittr, the com, and Irttiaf their The They hare been.proved to many people that corns ire now common. Corn achei arc needless. Pinnf corns fa lollf. Old-time Junh and imuy lure no place today. x will know these md Qidckly, il jonll try s BhH'My on one corn- Do K towtM, nd the wfeole corn qwntwa will Mttk itetU for, DO YOU KNOW WHY old or skin dlteaw ot yours brealta out acaln? It's be- cause Ihe remedies you hire been ealBE do not fet to the root of the dlieaee, but remain on Lbe surface. Trr Zim-But! H pcnelralea to thft underlylns tissues, destiova all germs ar.d curei from the Tip. Hence Zom-Bul. cures ara liE-Mnr. All dealers, COc. box. York, and the Tony Va.lero of a year PPRESC Ij FOR THE LAST TIME IN "Blue Blazes Rawden" His Greatest Masterpiece An Artcraft Picture- Charles Chaplin Pearl White in "THE BRASS KEY" AND NEW OUTENGCHESTER AND CHRISTIE? COMEDY. Prlcet 25c and 10c The Only Muiic in the City. Hart and Chap- lin Matinee Sat- urday, Kids Sc, HERE TOMORROW ALICE BRADY "THE INDESTRUCT- IBLE WIFE" AND "SHOULDER ARMS" NCE THE CANNONEERS JAZZ BAND CONSISTING OF PIANO, BANJO, SOXOpllONE, ZVLOPHONE, CORNET AND DftUMH In tht K. of P. Hall Saturday, Sept 27th Adbnnfwn SOMETHINQ NEWI PLUt WAR TAX Extra Ladict 25 Cento Buk TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MAURICE TOURNEUR Presenls tbc Great Drury Laiie Melodrama "Sporting Life" Seven Heels o! Tbrllllng Sceaes "RILEY'S WASH DAY" Comedy, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Stowing Dally at 2f 4, 7 and 3 p.m. "SPORTING LIFE" Will commence 4, 7.30 aud 9.30 p.m. Don11 miss this I ALL-BRITISH FEATURE 35 Cents, Children 10c; Govt. Tax Entrj. Saturday MatTnee, Children ,5c SAT'RDAY AFTERNOON WILL DE Children's Day AT THE Colonial From 1.30 to p.m. A BIG SPECIAL OPENING MATINEE OF 'ELMO THE MIGHTY' THE NEW, SMASHING SERIAL AND A GREAT FEATURE PRO- GRAM WILL BE SHOWN SPECIALLY FOR THE KIDDIES. SILVER DOLLARS GIVEN AWAY OTHER PRIZES GIVEN AWAY Htf A GREAT BIG TIME FOR THE YOUNGSTERS OC For the Whole Show MOTHERS' We are special eftort lo five the children a food, time, on Salurdar anernoon. Pack up all the kiddles, and tell them to fa straight lo ial. We'll do the rest when tbey get Uiere aad aecd them Management, THIS IS THE FINEST SHOW WE EVER HAD COLONIAL TODAYS SAT. TONIGHT SURE love with MHrrtte bogwhoi yoasee him with- HE only a poor little "aktp. out" when big hearted Tony, the imafi Ttndor, lomd koa; no fathtr hart loved htm; mort. And Ihtn came trie chanetl lo to far awar (o the ioUcn V'.nt, tnj wait, Wndly he'twd: nun and At brare little loond idrentBrci and a home and tne hipjnnos. Go lee power. tul ind beiutifnt dnma withrat fail. It fives 700 Monrot SaUjbarJ at fail verr beit _-.; This la positively-Ibe Pfc- lurc MC have olfcrcd you [or mnny months. You'll Ijnjh .Yoar Head oft al 'TOOTSIES AND TAMALES" The Vllagraph Comedy Riot 35cand.Hk Children's Mallnec Silor- r day...................... 3C ;