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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -TWELVE THE Dec. Moran, or IPittehurg, knocked out Joe Beckett, the English heavyweight pugilist in tha second round In Albert tonight Grant Board Of Conciliation On Hanna Order OTTAWA, Dec. nilnlsttr.bf labor has granted an application for a board of conciliation to deal with the dlsput'j between the employees the Canadian National Railway' ''and '.he management of the' sys- tem out of the how fam- ous' ".Manna order." .5. IMMIGRATION EMBARGO FOR ONE YEAR WASHINGTON, Deo. amendment to the Johnson im- migration bill limiting the em- bargo on Immigration to' ono year instead of two was adopt- ed today by the house, 87 To It was offered by Representa- tive Mann, Republican, of Il- linois. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 192C Coatdale Farii! Had jBdtli' -Brofcerl Pranier Hughes Looks To Have Broken the Law LONDON, Dec. Canadian Associated Daily Mall's correspondent at Sydney, Australia, gays accurlous cituatlon has arisen In respect to the testimonial of pounds recently presented toTremier Hughes. A clausp In the Australian constitution provides that a member's seat shall ho vacated if he "directly or indirectly, takes any fees or honor- arium for sen-ices rendered the com- monwealth, or rendered In parliament to auy person or state." The worts on the cheque presented to Premier Hughes .were "On account ofjserrlces rendered during the war and peace" It Is reported that members of the opposition, advised by high legal au- thorities, Intend to test the matter. Wade of- British Columbia, said this empire could not he made at the ban- quet table. Canada had led the.way to preferential ot- British trail o but had received In :embargo against' ilrelr' cattle government control of salmon, fruit and Jjacoa marketed in the Old Country. Mr. Wade declared that the allega- tion concerning' caltlo was untrue. Prolectlo.n was'the real reason for the embargo; it was time to stop the 'de- faming bt Canadian cattle before the world.. Mr. _Wade also protested against what he called the stupid and unpatri- otic practice of certain British firm's, which insisted on do Ins business with Canada through New York- agents, thus, making. Canadian business pay tribute to Applies For i Vacant Job t OTTAWA, Dec application has been receiyedjfor appointment to the position on the Canadian" railway commission rendered ;Ticant by the death of ere Tha applicant' Pherson, a prominent railway construe-, tlon It Is nqt'.expected Uhe will'be filled: before of tha year and other naraeis meirtlfra- In connection wlth'ih'e'nbsltion'are" those of-H. H. Stevens, .eonyer RfF. of-West Kootenay. Tta severe accUeot-" Sydney Blanchard, 27th last; .when both his legs were' broken through 'falling- wacou, Coaldate. .'has, had termljaaUoa ill his death at Ihi tbdayi '-At itieitlmSfOlJhg -.'jiijiSl- j dont he: was', employed J i hauUng.hay. He' wh'eii the: "battles" of'a more or leSs spectacu- lar nature. 'In some has had Just "rlllain" to handle and In others he has even far as to "beat up" entire glny exception all light! Indulged i in by the athletic star have beau re- near but not so with the fight in The Mollycoddled was thB'tomjpjl Dsht I have ever star after scone so, was tknis's opponetttp.-'aftl. Itkewise the ihoiildirs. the thankless burden of "vilialji1' (u ihe.iilcture. Tb> till was the nq' moijDer of the company mew- that iiiclr a scene to je> taken It ;ioluulea before coming "In had Sii' 'd'J not seeking About Cattle Embargo and .Othpr Matters .Affecting Canada ened and bolted., 'slop them he Jumped 'or. of "the. uieht realist; 3' In In dolni; '59'fell ilrider whe'els.' wheels 'of- thie weal Pfer, thigh; and..-the just missed roll before Dec. Canadian Beyond the-general Association din-; ner here last night, Agent-General ;are {he present .tha'e :iyii 1B understood'that'his pifenta-'live DIVISION MAY BREAK UP CONFERENCE TO HAVE RECOUNT WINNIPEG, Dec. A re- count of the mayoralty billots cast In the recent civic election wilt be taken before a county court judge next Friday, Decent- her 17. An this after- noon by repre- sehtihg-S.r'Jlr'Jamier, defeated by Judge court. TO LEVEL OF LAKE OF WOODS Canadian on transfer rtoriiinlon government otf.the WASHINGTON, Dec. of delegates of'France and Japan against those of Great Britain, Italy and the United States at the International com- munications convention fh ses- sion Here for the allotment of the seized German cables has brought about an (mpawe, again threatening to dissolve .the con- ference, according to officials of the conference. PROTEST REFUSAL TO GRA'NT: PASSPORTS WASHINGTON, .Dec. H. Mnurer, president .of the Pennsylvaulu State Federation ol. Labor and a member of the "special committee" which Oswald O. VUlard's commis- sion of the committee of one hundred had planned to send to Great Britain to study the Irish situation, sent s cablegram today '.to Vfm. Adamson, chairman oMho labor party In tha British house of commons, protesting against the action of the British gov- ernment In refusing to.vise the pass- ports of the -members; of the com- mittee. ASSISTANT. DEAD there .mdrnihg. ferenci XMcElnndi has tory is brought to happy and suc- cessful conclusion. .Laughs galore -will be handed: out In the rollicking comedy'1 "Switches and Sweeties." In which the funny Vltagraph comedian Jimmy Aubrey U featured.. Tonlti'. (Friday) will as usual bs Country Store Vodvll Nile at which tho first will be a five dollar tilll, the seqond prize a live pound turkey: ooe hundred other ac- ceptable wUl also bo eVeb'unter with Is the The iti two men Thev fifty w Wash- Nobody home! .That's what people the said about Anthony Osgood. A good man when i came, to handling.. the microscope or digging the Ysneer off somo for. rotten Greek poet, but when It came o juggling the teacups at a society jarty or sitting In at a game of poker, he simply wasn't ..there. .Take his clothes, for instances-trousers that id never felt a tailor's Iron, celluloid collars and a ready-mads tie, and hose Impossible'' Congress gaiters! They all handed the horse laugh to Anthony. Then ft B-, worm the. slovenly young scien- tist blossomed Into "an 'Imuiaculato dress-suited Beau Brummel and the leading light in the Jazziest parties town. The explanation was a certain graceful llttlo dancer In a musical show who But you really can't appreciate what happened unless, you -sea "Ths Sins of St. featuring Bry- ant Washburn at the Phoejiti theatre tonight and Saturday. Elmer. Harris adapted the story from an bris' by Charles Collins. HARRY STORE COM- EDIES AT COLONIAL TONIGHT With another mammoth week end show lined up for today and Satur- day, the Colonial Oisatre will be tlie popular place of amusement over the week end. 'Harry most popular actor, will top the in'.his-, latest special production Streak; photodrama GREAT "HIP" SHOW AT COLONIAL MONDAY Colonial Hippodrome vaudeville pat- rons are In for a big treat on Monday aiid Tuesday, for.the bisfcest and best show of tho seasca Is duo to appear. The Four Everetts In a magnificent maiical and singing act will top the bill. Eddie Coe, "an old Iilrdlwlth young will furnish an abundance of comedy. Van and Griffin, "tha census tak- will be seen Iu.their great com- edy act. sn..extra his sensation, the mysterious Sa-Hera wtll appear at each.performance. Sa-Hera is a men- tal marvel. She is wonderful. Man- Len Brown has received permis- sion fo Jnvits all his patrons to bring along 'etuestlobs" of any nature; Sa- Hera them. EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD ORCHES- TRAL. novoFRT AT COLONIAL "SUNDAY EVENING .The" most artkstlc orchestra] con- cert of. the season will be given In the" Colonial theatre on Sunday even- Ing, commencing at nine o'clock, by Beresford'a Augmented 'Concert cheslra.'. -Prominent among the various num- bers to he played by the orchestra will ba.the following .musical gems: Selection of Scotch Melodies; the famous William Tell overture -with full symphonic the latest musical'melange "A Young Man's tho Very latest foi -trot suc- cess; .waltz "Ever or and by special request the famous orchestral suite'.'Tour Indian Love Lyrics" by Amy Woodford FlnJen., Mr. G. W. ParsoniVwlirbe heard in: baritone solos, Amy Hen- well known Calgary so- prano, has also'promised to appear. Owing to the limited seating capac- ity, children under siiteen will not he admitted unless accompanied by, par- 2 n ts. "THE WANDERER" The wonderful Influence ot a moth- er's lore is said to hare never had a more striking eiposltlou Upon the than !s afforded by some ot the strongest In the erand biblical drains, "Tao Wanderer" which will be presented at tha Majestic tonight and ;oraorrow. The two brothers in "The Wander- ,'r' aro aJways warring iecause Gaal, the elder would dictate to Jether, the younger, and the resentment that Jeth- er feels is brought to a serious climax in the first set when Gaal upbraids him for having sUyed onfall night. Thou worthless cries Gaal, when Jether returns home after ne- glecting his Bock of sheep Jor two days. "Whlre were ihou last night "Whera I chose to answers Jeth-- er gruffly. v "Then I cin cries Caal, con- trolling his anger with difficulty. "While have sweated in the sun to bring the harvest in before the holy day, father snd I and all of us, dowa to the meanest thou hast and one task like the oth- about by-day and by night, companion to the worthless of the village, or'on thy back staring at the iky." Jether become? so enraged tkat ha dashes water Into Oaaj's fare: two brothers clinch In a fierce Sle, but they a-fl'Interrupted-by tha t arrival of Jesse, their father, lie corn- I uiauds Gaal to let Jether alone. The .younger inau thorerars'aeclires thai no man-shall dlctate-.to'-blm, and he demands his portion that'he may go forth Into the world and be his own master'. Tho succeeding act shows how Jeth- or, .his substance wasted in riotous liv- ing, beggar-to the dooretef of his father. U Is here that the un- dying devotion of his mother brings about not only the forgiveness o! the stein father, but tho reconciliation of tho two brothers. !n a tnagnlnccnl outburst of emotion, Mary Condon, the mother, is said to stay he< audience at will as she curses the city which has' encompassed the rain ot- her boy. SA-HERA THE MYSTERIOUS. COLONIAL MONDAY and TUESDAY SA-HERA "She Knows Everything." COLONIAL Monday and Tuesday. Streiki'! Carey -Jack periinsey wUI he s'eien, In the _ UttS premlerabf tb.B ttw been in ill-health for and fi.nal opcode premier of OntaHo, .Msnitoba..! f was- on sick leave when iiia'-'deatti Pareusvll Jack." In Industrial on; the Lake of the-Woods: which would threaten ser-! lously, IheJ.oiel -of the' Win-' nipeg, Hirer and theVsoiirce ot elec- .trlcal are pro-; It J3 conference I fffll discuss the projects with .a view on a'line of considered 'necessary, took place. sick leave when AND OWNS of with assets only were re- ported today to a meeting of creditors JJrenner Company, Toronto, metal dealers, la the office ,of Osier assignee The creditors are chiefly American and European firms; .one Canadian firm Interested to the amount of the liabilities are five millions In futures and nineteen millions of foreign exchange, purchased as a spemktlon 'The market broke, and there Is now a deficit ofthinVn'r four ffiUIIOpSTon this Mr. Wade was ordered to proceed in way to wind up the estate. '.MOTHER! Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxatiye Accept "California" Syrup of Kigs for tho name California oc tie package, then you are euro j-ou child Is' having tha host and moat harmless phyfllc for the littlo inrl bowels. Children love iti .taste. Full directions on hottle. You must say Advertisement. SEE "SA-HERA" The 20th century marvel. COLONIAL Monday and Tuesday. CASE TO BEf WITHDRAWN "Doug" Stages ms Greatest FistRgE Battle of Knuckles In Latest' Photo- play Without, Equal.- AT EMPRESS NOW. his great this epi- sode the whole plot and finish' of tho 3ec. Canadian Associated Canadian As- sociated Press Is authoritatively In- formed that while certain efforts have been made to induce the withdrawal A real flght in .which the only of tbe famous Quebec weapons used are bare knuckles, adds Way fharrlage appeal case from tho to tne many thrills included in purview of the privy council, '.hey tho third United Artists asve .not influenced their Corporation production offered-, by. fact have no jiovrer to admit! Douglas Fairbanks, which will -be such a procedure. It !s said that the shown at the Empress theatre.today delay in Issuing the judgment in the case has been partly dua to the recent Illness ot the lord chancellor. TWENT.YrFIVE EARTH TRESPRS SHAKE CORINTO SAN SALVADOR, Dec. earthquakes hare occurred in Cholu- teca. Southern Honduras, according to reports received here today, but de- falls are lacking. Very violent shocks were also felt Wednesday In Chlnandega and Corlnto, Western Nicaragua, 25 earth tremors shaking Corinlo. The loss of life and extent of the damage by the earth- quakes Is pot known. A CLERGYMAN'S VIEW OF and tomorrow. During his long career an a screen Btar Douglas Fairbanks hag had many v SA-HERA -will answer your questions. COLONIAL Monday and Tuesday.- ROCHESTER, N. Y., Dec. De- claring that self-delorminatlon was a half truth; ''Canon B. A. Burroughs of Great Britain told the Episcopal Church Congress In session here yea- Icrday that any attempt s.t seif-rleterm- Inatlon must be checked, that was not In the direction fhe whole. The canon's words came In discussion of the subject of the relations of strong nations to weak, In which tho prin- ciple of the League of Nations was titi proved. CANADA'S FiRE LOSSES TORONTO, Dec. ISsses In Canada in November, according to the Monetary Times, amounted to }2.- Including the half million dol- lar conflagration in the reUiil business section ol Quebec Clly on November 21. Tho tolal for Ita year (o rials Is which Is already 000 In excess tlio entire total for laat year. Tliirly-nnc pannm lost their lives on account of the fireB in Canada laat month. Grovels is the Genuine and Only Laxative Bronto mt Quinine Tho Erst and original Cold and Grip tablet, tho merit of which is recognized by all civilized nations. Be urelal lo laililloei. Be sure its Bromo Ttie genuine bents this signature SOc. CMcoKo's now suprrlntenilcnt of lice has ordered a chart prepared showing Iho liomo of every known criminal In Chicago. Patrolmen aro re- quired lo report each time a man with n record moves and his jiln will ho shitted from tho old eildress to (ho SA-HERA "Tha glvts a spatial larflas' only matinee at the Colonial Tuesday after' neon- EMPRESS Now Playing Advance In Prlcej. He't Here Again FAIRBANKS IM He Mollycoddle Scennrlo by Tom Goraghty. Story by Harold MacCrath. Di- rected by Victor-Fleming. Six reels of Fairbanks Humor Don't think it's an ordinary "Doug" Super-fied In a United ArtUls Production; ADDED ATTRACTIONS TWO-REEL FOX SUNSHINE and MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON. NEXT DIG SENSATION THE SAGE BRUSHER Another knockout.. With' another smashing end show at 1he people's popular theatre, the TODAY AND SAT. HARRY CAREY IN "BLUE STREAK Vigorous and cal and to laugh or (o light at tho drop of