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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY SEPTEMBER UVTHRRinnE FIVE ABOUT pDi LOSSES INI BIG BWILESMY WERE ENGAGED IN Is U Critical Mood But Speech Kroken lo Welcome Lord Kinbiy OTTAWA. Sejjl. In Hie house commons this afternoon Mr, JierLy I U formed Mr. ol Ar- ftcnlurll, Hi at deposits last year In the post oKltts savings bank amounted. to s Consideration was then given to (be motion of Sir Sam Hughes for a return showing ttio Canadian casual- ties by battalions and Bother subordi- nate iiDiLa In each .of Hie battles, 51. Tullen, Fes tub or I, Glvenchj-. Winy Illdge, Parvllllorcs. Passchcndaelc, Arras, DrocourL-Queant. Cambrai, Mons; also tbe plans and conduct o[ each action. Including Incidents and events leading up to and bearing oit them. Speaking In support of Ills resolu- tion, Sir Sam icferred iu opening to the attitude f which ho had preserved during the war. Ho could, lie said, have gone In (or iiersonal glory and criticized the government from var !ous points of view. He could have criticized Lhe outrageous loans and bad financing of the government, but he Tell that such criticism was Bubor note to TirinnlnR the war. Now, ho ever, the war -was over Hnrt ho allegiance to no one but hts conslil Bents. The Unionist .party wag, ho the same as the liberal -Censer .valke party ol Sir John -MacDonild. There Trere, Str Sam. various 4- -a- METAL TRADES STRIKE IN GERMANY SPREADING BERLIN'. Sept. ?S. TUB in etui workers' strike Is spread- log und 24.000 out ot ineu are now locked out. Skiy-one firms arc Involved and 115 more aro preparing lor the Eli-ike. COfflflEOCUSI War Seryice Performed After Ttfal Date Will Not Count in Gratuity Dispatch Says He Has Retired (o Monastery For a Year WINNIPEG, Sept. speciaP to a local afternoon paper from Ottawa itatti: "It would appear from news re- ceived here that a once promi- nent and spectacular figure In Canadian politics has retired de- finitely to a qufeltr sphere cf life. It EG staled that Henri Bour- rauj, originator of the Natlonal- ftt movement and for many-years the ilormy petrel of Quebec.poli- tics, has taVen a leave of absence of his paper, Le Devplr.i and hat retired to a monastery in Montreal with the probable ulti- mate purpose of entering the life; 'arid from U has beeD evolved a big, "throbbing; human drama, so lu-, limate Iu Us relations to the lite ,at t'ue mouieut that its siiell ia compelling. It is big iu Its emotion. llg IQ the problem -with whkb H ls'aud bigger 'siLU In its ultimate purpose, which proclaims: "Hero is tho It. offers a remedy for the euuulless conceded evils esistcut iu this viork-a-day world. In tense sit- In graphic action. IQ evenly siialained inioiest tfiroughout, it- fa a play cakulatcU to spread Its tructions through tho Lest advCrl1f> iog a [''ay can praise frum caterlalued unj uiillKbLeueJ aud- Jeucss- "The World Aflauie" will be the feature attraction at the Empress theatre for three days starling 10- Tuesday. Tonight for Ihr lime. Charles Chaplin in "Shoulder and Alice Brady iu 'The luueslructible jeen knov.-D, when confronted by ous questions thty are unable Iu ctdf, lo open the Iliblo at random anil rest -their decision on tho chanco cl seelnR BOIQQ particular phraso such as "U came lo pass" ou tho page. Other men draw lots, or Illp a. coin. or turn card. It Is by the dealing out of cardi. that characters in "Tbe Gamblers" reach a decision troublous ijutbtion.. The forms of calamhy uid slander which been rcsortcd'lo by different peo- ple durlnR the war. Hia o'wn aim haa always been lo filvii even-handed Jus lice to all. At this polnl C. J- Doherly entered the 'chamber with Viscount Pinlar, forfner chancellor1. of Great Uri- taln, and the speaker Immediately sus- pended proceedings and welcomed Lord Finlay to the house. The distinguished visitor, in a brief ipeecb, expressed the pleasure It gave him ,lo vie it the Canadian commons. llo had, lie said, been Interested in cases concerning Canada, and its boundaries, and therefore deri-reti sat- isfaction nut of seelnp the "central workshop" oC tho Dominion in fu.ll operation. that he was. IcaTJnp and assured the members tliat he would never for- Scnj. 29.---AIV orrtcr-tn- councll lias ]usl been passed author- izing that for Ihc purpose of war ser- vice graluily tlic demobilization ot the Canadian expeditionary force is de- clared complete on October 1. Xo ser- vice performed after that dale vrlll he taken Into consideration .'n detenuin- Ing the amount ID %e paiil. The di- rector, of pay services here has au tborlly to make the first xar Eervlcc RIM SHE from Front _ indik-nl loud: buspoose and cle- force lo a picture (ull of sutii nieuts. "The Rumblers" is an qdapla- tlou of the fjmous play by tratlon from the government with a rlew to aetUlnc tbe theatre! strike. KtpretcutAtlTes will rneet Louis La- fern, naiuInter ot Instruction today. The .strike of elable boyi at nearby race baa not been nettled and the raeea.At SI. Cloud, scheduled for tbls afternoon, have been cancelled. Chicago despatch says national lead era df Anil-Saloon plan 'to raise to .finance world campaign Bands of Ynqul Indians arc orcr- running several mining districts central and western Sonora, Mexico he agricultural society under whose pices tbe fcir WAS bmng; held.' The dealh-dealing souvenir, a small roach- no with a, was handled lundreds yesterday and was supposed lo be harmless 'A returned aoldfer lodaj placed his land on (be lever and in aii fnstint he war trophy eiplodefl, with' the re- sult thiit Mr.. Alves, who was standing some .distance from i received the in the'borty, ilmost instantaneous. An Inquest will -held. MOTHERWCLL WILL RUN FOR FEDERAL HOUSE Sept. Hon. W, R..... one time minister of LhcTr efforts. tbe province o( RasXal- give hojie that Ihc situation -.on the railroads is improving, thousands hav- ing volunteered to replace the strikers. These are now being trained for ser- vice. Food supplies and Iheir distribu- tion were declared to bo now guaran- teed although strict rationing was de- clared, necessary in order lo maintain the regular NO DISORDER YET REPORTED No disorder is anywhere. hut troops and special constables aro being held in readiness to guaj'-d tho tracks and bridges if called upon to dOEO. i Significance Is attached (o meetings of transport anil vehicle workers' unions tonight, whicb may decide to strike In sympathy with'the railroad employees, but hitherto the railroad men have discountenanced such" an acticn. J. Bromley, Errretary Society of Firemen and Enginemen, in a state- ment today declared himself complete- ly, satisfied with the nrogress of the strike, savinG that the few trains run- ning with Iho aid of nmaleurs do not affecl Iho general tie-up. thiit the struggle may continue for a long lime. He c'onfinueri: 'We regret Ihe present Yosition, but .we iiro'coranelled "lo taV.c tbis stand lo support the very moderate claims o[ the Nnllonal Union of Hail- way men. Before Ihe railroad men we are beaten for lack ol funds we arc con'fidenl Ihnl every other trades union will come to ,their assistance. Thr; motto bMlii! engineers is "fight on." DECLARES IT IS NOT A REVOLUTION J. U. Thomas, secretary of the Xat- lonal Union of Hailvaymen, in an in- terview today said; "1 otiscrve with regret that' fin at. tempt is being mnde to turn lliis fight Into a revolution, despite all-my ef- forts to limit 1L to Ihe form of a labor dispute. These efrorls to transform its character into a revolutionary movement may succeed- T am ont responsible for this. The railroad men are neither Bolshevik nor anarchists, hut know what they aro fighting for and they arc more determined than rrer. Let'those who art.fanning the fUme bo prepared for Iho results of MAJESTIC NEXT FRI. and 3rd and 4th t.n s. SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY Phone THE THEATRE GUILD, INC., of NEW YORK CITY, OFFER "THE PLAY THAT PIERCED THE SOUL OF AMERICA" JOHN FERGUSON By ST. JOHN C. EHVINE, wilh a guaranleid'Ntw York Catt and Production. The melodramatic, sensation full of wonderful thrills Ihit throb body and soul. "One of tht significant events in'the hirtory of our theatre during the past 15 Montreal .Dally Star, SepL 2, 1919. "It certainly never has been excelled at the Walker Free 16th, 1919. NOT AMOTION1PICTURE ehewan, was nQminated by Ihc Litj- erals of the Assinlboii. constituency al n conrennon held In Arcola, lo con- tcpsl the by election for the federal acat Vacated by J. Q, Turriff, Wo Bliall not ho besten- No av- 11.50, 75c and 50c Saturday 75e, and We Seat Salt Opens'.Juesday at Armilrong and Raworth's Jewelry Store. Biblical lujunuirm lo "rcluru Tor and finally (raged..' [all to btir hi.-. trofoLtncI bcllcl tbal man Lias no lo or unlil a teusely dramatU1. twist la cvfnta causes liltu to ict this belief. Tbe author, Tiiih marvellous skill, shows the continual conflict be- tween tho old man's n-ligkus ortho- doxy and Lis children a modem philo- sophy, a conflict Ibai is by some of the subtlest au4 most bril- 1 liant charatcer dellneaiion ever en- Joyed on the stage. Thii is the play that comes to the on next Friday and Saturday. October 3rd ani lib, vi-iih u special matinee on Satur- Jay, with a distinguished cast. The advance sale of seats opens on Tuesday at Armstrong and Ha-north's Jewelry stoic. STARLAND All Production. Special Attraction at The Starland Theatre The Hudsons' Bay Company Have Arranged With the Management to run their full Showing all the latest styles in This film has been shown to crowded houses in two cities, where already displayed. Don't miss this opportunity Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights at 7.45 and 9.45.' STARLAND THEATRE UMPRESq JLj TONIGHT ONLY YOUR LAST.CHANCE TO SEE CHARLES CHAPLIN IN HIS SECOND.MILLION DOLLAR PRODUCTION f tea and. coffee are not, considered for f people, but holhin6 is miss ed-vmenjou have INSTANT POSTOM Its rich flavor pleases, and ft contains absolutely ndthind, "Sr There j a eintt of selllcmcul will be missed by me. Neither Jlgnily nor pride will prCTCnl me Irom sslllin'g nhal.I. know to bo a lorriblo Tjuaincss. 1 of the rcsnUB." MORE TRAINS AHE IN OPERATION. At 6 o'clock ttila allcrnooii an or- flclal comrannlcalion anronnceil lhal, although traffic conditions wcro gcn- crally more Iralns were Irt H adncd that cxlrapnlinar- llr larno humbers ot volunteers were corning Tforwarri. Tdo Empress management announc- es lhat he will nhorlly hate Iho ure of .presenting the FranV Keennn apeclal pfodnction In parUi, en- (itlcd "The World' Aflame" atrong, coinpelllnf and irtlstlc, wild a message, but not wilh propaganda. Here la a page taken from adw.U v COLONIAL TODAY Pricei 35c ud lOc Stiffs Another Mlgnlticonl SUCC63S1 VITAORAPH INC, PRESENTS HARRY T. MOREY Gamblers A Splendid riclurliation' of CHARLE1 KLEIN'S Kftmona Singe Sncccss Yon remember "THE THIRD "THE GAMBLERS" Is (7 the Mme author, produced nj the same com" yiany, and Is one hundred per cent, picture. We klftdly recommend It. ALSO SHOEING, "ALL JAMIP. EEL COMCDY RIOT AND LATttT IWrtUN MAGAZINE. :i "SHOULDER ARMS" ONE' OF CHARLIE'S BEST. GET IN EARLY AND AVOID TUB RUSH. ALSO ALICE BRADY "THE INDESTRUCTIBLE WIFE" HERE TOMORROW FRANK KEENAN "The World Aflame" THE PtCTUHt OF THE HOUR ;