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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TOURIST ATHLETES Rev. Bruce McDonald Says They Lower Moral Tone of Athletic Sports TORONTO, Mar. of the tourfdt type were handed nome hot criticisms at the meeting of the Oatario Education association at vocation hall, UnlTensity of Toronto, last erening hy D. 'Bruce Mac- Donald, using "Athletics in the life of a people" an his subject, show- ed iu striking TiiBhion the demoraliz- ing influences such, tactics in part of the so-called amateurs haro on the community and the way In which they arc apt to misdirect his conception of sport. "When players are brought !nto a, said Mr. MacDouahl, and given a position in order that they may play for that town's honor, they are in factf if not ifii name, being paid for their athletic services and yet be- ing knoVn as amateurs. Such a con- dition sets up a false situation which is bound to have an undesirable effect on the moral tone of the community, and particularly upon the youth of the town." RUSSELL, EMPIRE HOTEL NIGHT CLERK, SAID TO BE IN CREStON, B. C. There is a report that the night clerk of the Empire Hotel, Macleod, J. Russell, who was found missing at tho time it was discovered that the safe had been robbed, has been seen north of Creaton, B.C. The B. C. police are working on a clue and developments are expected to follow. The missing clerk is said to be a returned man who had lost two lingers in the war, and had been engaged as night clerk in the hotel at Macleod for about four months. MICHAEL CLANCY IS IN TOILS; HAD WATCH STOLEN BY CHANDLESS A further development has taken place in the robbery of Cook's jewelry store at Medicine Hat. for which the man Chandless was sentenced to three years' imprisonment after being ar- rested in Lethbridge and taken unde escort to the Hat. This rs in the an this morning of Michael Clancy b Detective Wallis, of the city polic for being in possession of one of th stolen. Clancy's is that he purchased the watch from another party. He is to be taken t the Hat for further enquiries. MAVIOATION MAY OPEN TONMHT'IN PONT AUTHOR, GRAIN PORT ARTHUR, April late Port Arthur ll expected to vnm thli evening with the arrival from Duluth of the ttoaner Peter which to tike on a of train for Ue eut. The In entirely free of leit It hue winter. INLAND REVENUE FIGURES TAKE JUMP Tales collected by the Department of Inland Revenue, in Lethbridge took a. jump during March over February of this year. The figure: are: March Manufacturer's Tax Sales Tai February Manufacturer's Tax Sales Tax CATHOLICS ENTER FIGHT IN THE HOUSE AGAINST ROBERTSON OTTAWA, April forceft are undftrttood to be pluming an attack on the labor department ettlmatei when they are knnght down In the houte aid man particu- the attitude laitn by SaMtor RobcrtKD, minister ot labor, In re- tard to the Catholic labor ncioni of Quebec. Recently when a deputation repre- senting the Catholic unions met Sen- ator Kuberteon asking tbat they be given representation on the forth- coming building tradati eonfi they were informed that auch a re- quest would have to be submitted to the executive of the Dominion Trades and Labor Congress, and the Canadian federation of international unions, which arranged the conference. Senator Robertson, at the time, al- so took occasion to warn the Quebec organizations that the continuance of their policy would only lead to the creation of u racial and religious gap between them and the workers of other provinces. LARGE PARTY BRITISH IMMIGRANTS REACH WINNIPEG FOR WEST WINNIPEG, April British immigrants, passengers from the liner Mlnnedosa, including sev- eral hundred women arrived hero to- day on their way to Western points and British Columbia. Unemployment in Ktagland wax responsible for the majority of the new arrivals coming to Canada ana many stated they had made arrangements for positions be- fore leaving the homeland. More than 800 of the new citizens will settle in the prairie provinces. including a party of 29 domestics de- stined for Saskatchewan, and over 100 in Brltiah Columbia. BELGIANS ARREST 281 COMMUNISTS CREFELD, Germany, April 1 Leading in tho Crefcld district, to the number of 281 were arrested last niebt and early today by the Belgian military authorities, who bold the Communists responsible for ordering a strike of workers and inettlBg rioting. The Belgians hare the situation veil n hand and do not expect further trouble. ;AT May Rotoon Stars in Vehicle Presenting Everyday Life In Homes Everywhere SOLDIERS SAY MAGISTRATE TOO LENIENT; DEMAND HIS SUPERANNUATION, VANCOUVER, April atlon of Magistrate South is demand- j ed in a resolution passed by the Unit- ed Soldiers' Council here. It JR claim- ed tha't Mr. South has imposed too light sentences on drug traffickers. It was also decided to take up with the minister of justice at Ottawa the case of the returned soldier, Kehoo, sentenced in court to five years' im- prisonment with 24 laehea for burg- lary, Kehoe wag a drug addict. This action of the. council is a step "Nobody's written by Alan Dale, the well known critic and author will bo the vehicle which Augustus PI ton Inc. has secured to present May Robson at the Majestic theatre tonight only. "Nobody's Fool" suggests comedy and after the public have been sur- feited with the morbid themes and wearied by a long list of crook plays, bed-room dramas, sex problem plays, and pessimistic themes of all sorts, what a relief it is to know that when May Rohson'a name goes up you can fee! perfectly safe to take your wife, daughter, sweetheart or minister to see her. .lust a pure, clean, wholesome comedy, everyday happenings homes everywhere. A mother's love for her boy, a wife's devotion to her husband, a diplomatic hostess who believes you can gain a point if you go at it quietly- ami let everyone have their own way, thereby gaining tlfe confidence of even schemers. The part of Mrs. Bixhy fits Miss Robson like the proverbial glove and toward securing enforcement of more 'AIan Dale has wonderfully blended severe penalties on drug peddlers. ONTARIO TEACHERS WANT BETTER SALARIES TORONTO, April step forward to insure improvement in teachers' was taken by the rniblte school section of the Ontario Educational 11 Its 'dos- ing session here ynsterilay fifu-nuon 'hen the delegates went on record as 'aroring.an arbitration board Lo act in i the Robsou comedy and pathos, and no one can excel May Robson in her superlative transition from tears to laughs. Your lawns and tears are always mingled and you juat love her, that's all. WILL ROGERS IN GRIP.......... OF LANDSCAPE ARTIST Will Rogers, who is the star of the DOMINIONS WILL ACQUIRE NEW STATUS WHEN THEY GIVE MORE HELP TO NAV LONDON, April A; aociated Justice Irving of Australia, has been exhorting th people of the commonwealth to clea their minds of what he calls the sen timental humbug so often voiced i different parts of the empire regard Ing the new status which the domln io.jp are supposed to have acquired a a result of the war, according to cabl advktes to the papers here. The prln ciple enunciated in some quarters tha the dominions are independent in the! relations with foreign powers, is re garded by the chief justice as unsound The dominions, he thinks, will onl acquire a new status when they hav made proper sacrifices in helping t maintain the naval power which a Ion guarantees their security. RAYMOND (Prom Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND. Mar. the Wo men's Institute next Wednesday, Mr A. Bennett will discuss the -writings ot Agnes Laut. The delegates to th( district convention at Taber wil report and there will also be a cook ing demonstration. H. S. Allen left this morning loi Salt Lake City, to attend the genera conference of the L.D.S. church. While in Utah lie will visit with his dangh ters, Viola, Hazel and Lucille, who are attending college in Utah. Mrs. Niels Anderson and famllj bave sold their property in Haymom and are moving to Barnwell to make their future home. Miss Zlna Allred, who is teaching at Woolford is home lor tho Easter holidays. Miss 0. Tiryner is spending the East e.r holidays with her mother. She will return to Foremost to resume her duties as teacher the end of the week K. E. Kverett, of Chicago, who spent the winter In Raymond attending the A.C. has taken a position with Mr. J. K. Nieison, of Cardston. Mr. Evorotl. was assistant scoutmaster here and was well liked by the boys who regret his departure. Mrs. Hioebe Smith, of Cardston, who has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Thompson, of Raymond, left on last night's train for her home. U D. King was a business visitor lo IxHhbridgo on March 30. Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson, who have been spending the winter mont.hs in Utah have returned to Kay- mond. Mrs. T. O. KinK left last week on an extended visit tci Idaho and Utah. Miss Vllato Fairbanks sflenl. the Muster holidays -with Miss Sarah King In Cardston. II. Crlpps ami son of Lcthbritlgo, have been in Raymond the last two weeks Inning pianos. They are ex- perts in this line anil their worlt in town lias been highly s.-itlsfuctory. With 11 picture gown of silver nnd white velvet girdled with pearls n London bride recently wore it wrealb at gurdiiniiM with her la.co veil. MAY ORGANIZE ALL HAILfOAD UNIONS IN UNITED STATES SOON NEW, YORK, April sentatives of approximately 000 organized railway workers in this diitrict will meet here next Sunday, to coniider plans for amalgamation of all local rail- road union organizations into one central body for offensive and de- fensive purposes, to be known as the New York Railroad District Council. "This movement should not be considered In any way as an at- tempt to organize along the lines of the One Big Anthony president of the district council of maintenance of way lo- cals in New York, said. case of trouble over salaries. It was Goldwyn Picture, "Honest proposed that the board for Ontario which comes to the Kings, for two should be modelled after thai of Man-1 days, commencing today, learned re- itoba, where it had met with success. QUICK TRANSFER OF PASSENGERS ST. JOHN, N. B., April record was established here yester- day in the quick dispatch' of passeng- ers from the Empress of Britain. From the time the vessel docked the passengers passed through the im- migration examination, baggage eex- amined end checked, ticketed and the last of the three special trains carry- ing passengers to the west was away In less than six hours. NAVY SAILING FOR HALIFAX ON APRIL 13 OTTAWA, April On April 13 the Canadian naval squa- dron consisting of the aruiser Aurora and the destroyers Patriot and Pat- rician will leave Esquimau, B.C., on the first leg of its mile return voyage to Halifax. If the proposed program, made public by the depart- ment of naval service is followed, the squadron will arrive at Halifax on or about May 31. It will reach Panama on or about May 16 and Bermuda on the 26th. It is the intention that the squadron shall alternate between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts ot Canada. Rep is the only word to describe the new braid dross trimming which recalls the borders of austere Mid- Victorian curtains. EMPRESS "BEHOLD MY WIFE! COMING TO THE COLONIAL. tnmmm Call at the Empress for Information about free trip to Famous Players' studio. Con- test opens next week. KINGS TODAY AND SAT. WILL ROGERS Honest Hutch Remember ALSO LATEST TWO-REEL SUNSHINE COMEDY 30 minutes of hilarious laughter. FREE! Every chilli attendini; Satur- day be given rrcft of charge a pure chocolate r bar. Admission ...........DC to the tune of wverel thous- ands of dollars, that an. every day gardener is more satisfactory than the highest priced laiidicape artist leant that is his opinion, formed while building his beautiful home In Bsrerly Hills. The actor decided that bin would bs the finest example of It- kind in archi- tectural boaiuy, and that a fitting retting BkouM be made of Its spacious Kroudi. He retained therefore, the higbeHt prici 1 landscape artist on the rout, and says the star, "He looked oft one way, sighed, did some Deltarte with his hands, and murmured, 'we will have heavy massing Thm he looked the other way, repeated the show and announced the same thing for that side of my home. "Well 'bout that time 1 could see that house in the middle ot the Black Forest, .or something like that, but seein' as how'that seemed the proper caper I says to him 'Go as far as you can't-make me mad.' An' right then I made my big mistake. I ordered a whole flock of California trees for this here 'heavy massing' he talked about. Yep, that was one big joke on me, taking that artist liter- ally! 'Cause why; 'Cause I waifed near one whule month for that forent, all' nothing "One day I did think T tmw two meesly little sticks with 'bout half a dozen leaves on 'em standing by the doorway, but tliey" weren't there the next day, an' I lost hope. Sn now me and the old gardener are pluntin' thorn trees I bought, tur suy, why we can pn.i in more in one day than that expert feller (lid in a COLONIAL TONIGHT AND SAT. 'GREAT WEEK-END SHOW, SHOW AT COLONIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY The Colonial theatre will offer a bumper week-end "hriw today iind Sat- urday. Gladys Htar of "Pink Tights" will be featured In her lat- est production "Rich Girl, Poor a fine six act photorirama which is an admirable vehicle for Miss Walton. Eddie Polo will be shown in "King of the the serial sens.-t- lion, and Jimmy Aubrey will hand out many a ljugh in his new comedy riot "The Decorator.' A special kiddies' nickel matinee will be run Saturday afternoon. SCENE FROM "HONEST SHOWING AT THE KING'S ______ TODAY AND SATURDAY. LETSGOtotheMAJESTlCTHEATRE lues, and Wed. Evenings, April 5 6 THE LAUGHING EVENT OF THE SEASON Oliver J. Eckhardt AND HIS OWN COMPANY, PRESENT "The Naughty Bride" A Three-act Comedy Farce. Tho Rhoiv that kept New York laughing for two years. Cast includes LETTA CARLYLE, the American beauty, a.-: "Tim OLIVER J. ECKHARDT, as GERTRUDE WALSH, Lulu Netlnvay, Len Townson and James Jnurdin. High-class vaudeville acts ami musical numbers. 75c, 50c. EDDIE POLO IN "King of the Circus" Episode JIMMY AUBREY in "THE DECORATOR" A positive riot of laughs, CONCERT ORCHESTRA ADULTS 40c; CHILDREN 10c. 5c CHILDREN'S SATURDAY MATINEE..........___ j Jesse L, Lasky Presents. GEORGE IT'S THE TALK OF THE CONTINENT. From Sir Gilbert Park- er's noted novel, "The Translation of a Savage." Tho superb production -which comes o the Colonial four days startlnir out Wednesday. AUCTION JALE One of the Best Carloads of Good Broke WORK HORSES AND MARES ever offered for sale this season will be sold at the PORTEOUS SALE BARNS TABER, SATURDAY, APRIL 2ND AT TWO P.M. One registered Clydesdale stallion, "Alberta will be told with this lot. "PORTEOUS SELLS 'EM." EMPRESS ODAY TOMORROW "DAINTY ALICE JOYCE" !N Rex Beach's "The Vengeance of DuramT Mack Stnnett scream. "IT'S A BOY." city for time. prlcci. blggcit ihow sein in the Majestic Tonight One Night 8.30 Sharp. With Miperb symphony orchestra of H mur.ici.ins. 75c. SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S. Four Days, Starting Next Weclnestlay, April 6th ;