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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHWRIDGE HERAtJJ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1920 US. Will Bang Fast Door Aainst Our Wheat May Be Britain's Next Queen! o- Senate and House Leaders Agree wheat combined total less than (so, to Proceed With Emergency Tariff Measure ho exact about it, we have sent, you !is3i S! per cent of It b; water) between September 1 and Be- WASHINGTON, Dec. and houso leaders practically agreed price ot a bushel. We conference today on a program Jso sent yoll barrels of for the enactment of an emergency a{ total of. With tariff measure to serve as aa embargo navigation this business. on the Importation of wheat, cottOB, Kjll COIEe ,0 att -wool, beans, potatoes, livestock, farnisr Of' mutton. v the Croat'-Lakes who does'not know The conference which was between well lhat inMormor yeiri the money members of the senate finance com--to eeUiB'hV-machinery v'and .'-other ndttee and the house ways and means mi in-the stales as'well committee. that some such leg- )ha Dm, Of our eastern manufacturers Islatlon should be pushed through to there larso'ly" from tha farmers and the consensus of .Canadian'wheat. ''They ill of settlements opinion was that it would be effective ,-understand. for one year.- Senate leaders embargo, while advocated a high ti they said would servo the same and other'markets rose Senators declared the house alwaj.s wllh thi tremendous auvan.- of the consumptive demaiiaa of their great home markets, setting the requirements 'of Chicago, Minnea- polis, and a large against our one market. ..In normal -The Wall Street Journal this the Canadian farmer has met publishes an by a (ha{ C6nditidn steadfastly and wltt Canadian' who says that oul members were solus ahead a tariff bill, but that It might bo chant i rd to a-flat embargo later on., Canadian Farmer's View NEW: YORK, Doc. mom Ing ''promlneh the proposal SO cent tariff on Canad- necessity still to a Ian wheat at this time seems to him 8lngle crop producer, with what I like 'pretty small potatoes. His In-, fe6llngs do you think he will approach i: n .Ithe growing subject of his own tariff "Total imports of Canadian wheat with every condition thus autumn to this country in view of .nj-Esrketlng In their fav- the..slM or the American farmer and manufac- crop, magnitude of our InoWed- bang fast the door to a neigh- nesn to yon, and tha enormous toll we who ha5 lhe prtr. i pay oat on exchange, are so small as ratb'r breeder of m-will than.a measure :of toportance to the United States. "This year your trade balance e wlDE but R amaU part of hli against us will rnn nearly fo f 1 Were, we called" on to settle it all In-dollars It would lake at least to Canadian dollars to do it' 1920, J )6nf imports of Canadian' floor and Simple Phosphate Real H'Builder of Strength and "1 Nerve Force Says New -YJ serae as well as exper- should- teach those who suffer from nervousness and that ithe mcist logical thing to do Is to.put .into their systems the substance that 'ta lacking, and that Is 'pure organic phosphate, says Dr. Joseph -Harrigan. Hlglnbotham Co. 1 or any good druggist can supply goo- nine BItro-Phosphate at .reasonable COSt. ''..i' SASKATOON BANDITS HOLD UP CHINAMAN; USE GAS PIPE FOR REVOLVERS SA3KATOONr.bec. Three unmasked bandlta held up B. C. a'..cKfne.M Sutherland, of and escaped In in auto with In cash. .Not until the robbers cltmbedjlntj) their car did the 'Chinese reafizo ihat what hatt tho right to be big rivol- yers. were.'Jn reality only Tenjrths of cle.verly camouflaged: A DAIRY BUILDING LEAP YEAR Lady Margaret Scott, daughter of the Earl of Buccleugh, aald to Queen Mary's favorite u k kclto for the Prince of Fifteen Ceiit. More Wed- dings in Letkbridge this Ycur u the Claim Leap Year comes every four yeui Is no rejptcior ot the high coal ol llvlnj or the high cost of fetVui married, It Its wonders. oo. the minds of the young lust she came' and hot teoa itltfercnt from Leap Years. The ladies hare not been backward In using their Leap Year prlvllesoa. Touirj people of Lethbridse, despite tbe fact that statistics: have ahown that the cost" of getting married has Jumped tkla a a to rol-married and U all who obtained tho necessary Mld-fws to loual mmisters the- aanual- Encome: of thesergeatle- nc-n was coaaiderably augmented. L One Irx-al Jeweler this morning saU tha number oi he has Isassd this year la la eicesa oi i.ind led to some very thrilling eipcriences In the circles ot mixed nobility. "Passion's Playgrouad" a First Rational attraction. See the great hall of puhlio nmlette room and the couplers who rake In the gold. Miss MacDonaltfs Greatest Trioph ess Screen Tear on h' marriaiei can 'per-' .j American Demand is Keeping it Exchange Pays the Freight The exchange situation between the United States and Canada Is respon- sible for American buyers 'coming to Canada this fall and winter. They are doing practically all the baying in the livestock market is characterized as being dead. There is practically no demand.for sheep or hogs. and horses are, a drug.. ;On-the ranges; difficulty ia being experienced in obtaining water. Tha rivers and creeks are freeling and-tbe re Is no snow. j American buyers.claim they can do 'better than aave the price of the freight owing to the exchange. Se- attle and Spokane- buyers have been more in evidence, than buyers from any other tectioi ct the United SUtmment: Wittln the'past few, months complaints from fish ennen that the seals had numerous -that they ire destroying and damaging nets., As a resnl! the govrnment began the issuing oi permits These ore being grantee preferably to returned soldiers or ti persons ;who are willing to kill up ti on naymeit of a smal royalty to the department. EXPECT LARGE HARVEST JN AREA 'LARGELY INCREASED MELBOURNE; Australia, Dec. 3.-n (By conditions: continue favorable in Aus- tralia and a large harvest is looked for The area under wheat has been increased thousands of acre" due no doubt to the better outlook an'i to tho Federal Government's guaran tee of over the State Govern ments 5s per bushel The comple- tion of another contract for ths sup- ply of butter to tho British govern ment at a price of per cwi fob has given a great stimulus to the dairv Industry The contract per n Most 'tlful Screen Star In Adap- Utlon of "Girtsts of Hercules" With. a story, star snl production hat bid fair to set the pace for screen attractions for months to come, "Pas- i Ion's'Play adapted from the lamqus story of Monte Quests of by.C. N.'a'nd A. at the Era- theatre yCTterday: L Reared In a convent, the blood of a her unknowing of hs ways of tie world, MicDon- >14 tikes the part of Mary'Grant who eavM ithe convent .upon receipt of ier; Inheritance to make her way-to Monte Carlo. Here, Mary bscomes Involved in the schemes of a set ot society bleeders whose cSorta to en- snare her prove to be repleto with thrills. o Perhaps, no other flcttoniied work dealing wUhXthe attempts of titled and TveiUbr-rueo and wo- men'trora alt'-pfrU of the world to stake their tortanea aijd, titles _upon the chance-devices a.t Monte Carlo has met >ith.the popularity of 'The Ouetts of Herisulee." SHIRLEY MASON 6TAR CIRCUS PICTURE Announc'emeat Sl4 of the presentation lu thU dly of the William Fox moUua picture. 'Her Elephaat bYIng to tho screed with tuli honors that most Miss Siaaca.1 The attraction [s to be 'shown jit phoenix theatre today and tomcrrox1. und as It Is a storj dealing circus it L. sure to prove a drawing attraction 'Her Elephant- described as the beet 'cireuer story ever writ ten, Is by Pear) -Doles Bell, who spent many weeks .with'-' the" show get- ting her facts "atmosphere" It has given "snperb produc tlon by William Fox ani-wtll present the clrcns with greatest realism. One of the. scenes cir- cus in full action, and later the great tent Is shown as a wreck in the path star rider of the- her guardian fines childhood Is the old clown..; She: Calls In. love wtth the eleph.snt iti la soon a casa "lovo me, love my ele- phant" Tha "picture was Scott unlap.': :The cast Albert noscoe. Henry J. Herbort, Ardjto Mel- lonlco, Harry Todd and Dorothy Lee. Also'a, Fox Sunshine comedy and News Gazette. GREAT WEEK-END'SHOW AT COLONIAL .TODAY AND 8AT. On the immense snow which will be offered at the Colonial theatre today snA Saturday will, ba seen the; follovrtog great attractions: Larry Semon, In bis latest comedy 'riot, "The Suitor." George B. Scltz and Marguerlto Courtot in the opening chapter of the uew.g'erlal, "Pirate Gold." "The Blue special sti-act feature. Tonight (Friday) will be Country Store Vodvn N'lte. Tomorrow afternoon the special Children's Christmas Tree Matinee will be.given; of a storm; Miss Mason plays the part .Of the ,.0 September 1 to March 3} the welfare of ones own the Australian Batter deeply at heart, hot one should be a commlssloi re alns the right to sun- Canadian first of all, rather than a Aff.Ica the provincial lst.; Saskatchewan has a'great many English and Scotch settlers who Know .nothing about eastern Canada escept what the? saw from the train windows 33 they came through from the old land Western Canada [s Can ada to them: American settlers also know, nothing about Eastern Canada, Western C they know l-ialloh fro! 3 perhaps the most provincial of all; Not nny too familiar with the Eng- Ish language, these people understand still less than tho' British settl- era about tho eastern part of Canada over which they travelled en route from Europe. Only settlers from Ontario can un- derstand both the viewpoints from Africa monthly quantlfj not to tons. exceed 00 COAST LUMBER MILLS CLOSE; '300 ARE IDLE VICTORI of the Cameron lumber company's mills here nas been closed and the other will be Western Canada Is the only I ?nBt down ia a (ew days, throwing Thejniied foreign popn countries Come and meet Miss Brunswick i Like her, you will appreciate the wonderful Tone of the Brunpwick as it comes, with mellow swcctnesa, from the all-wood Oval Horru This all-wood oval horn is cmfe of several exclusive Brunswick betterments that have revolutionized phono- graph standards. Another feature is the all-record, all-needle Ultona that plays every make of record exactly as it should ba played. Nothing lo take off or put bother- some attachments or expensive extras. The Ultona cornea fully equipped with Diamond Point, Sapphire Point and steel Needle Holder. Before you buy any phonograph Just hear the Brunswick "YE OLDE FIRME" HE1NTZMAN CO., LIMITED LETHSRIDGE'-- 403 5fn Street South, Next Jacksin's Drug ,p. s. MOORE-MAHAGER. the east and the west, but happily, tho hundred men ont of employ ment Lumbermen say the action Is made necessary b> tho serlons condlt Ion of the lumber market, that pres ent market prices are lower than coat ot manufacture. HOUNDS AT FUNERAL OF ENGLISH SQUIRE "WHADDOV Enj, Nor ._____..........._ nflf of hounds Ontario people who Save. settled past the grave nt the the west are influential-and largely ifllneral of William Selby-Lowndcs, a dominant In. tho leadership ot the 'well-known English country, sgjiIre of prairie provinces. SIR JAMES LOUGH BED TO CALGARY FOR CHRISTMAS OTTAWA, Dec. James Lougheed, minister of tho Interior left for. Calgary last night where he will spend tho Xmai holidays, returning to Ottawa the day before New Year. Hon.-.A. L. Silton will bo acting minister o( the Interior during his absence. the old school, who had'been'master of thg Woaddon Hounds for 25 yeari- The Tillage churchard overlooks the famous Wliaddon the burlsl service, tho members of the ImntJefl the famous Whaddon Chaab pack past tbe flower-lined grave, :V. "CONCHIES" NEW YOHK, Dec. MAY REPEAL UNDERWOOD LAW WASHINGTON, Dec. of the Underwood tariff law and re-enact- ment of the Payne-Aldrlch tariff sche- dules abolished In la proposed In a resolution Inlroiluccd today bj Representative Dege, Ilcpubllcan of Ohio. ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT ALBERTA OIL PROSPECTS an Interview on his arrival from England, Major-General Sir David Watson said that what ho had noted particularly In England was tho unqualified Interest which English nnd the jiubllc In general manifested ia Canada, 'and the desire ol business men-to come anil Invent tholr money In tho resourc- es of this conntry.' English Interests were on- llnielastlc over the oil Holds of North- ern Alberta and he knew of three companies that hail been organizer! with a capital of each, to ex- ploit oil In Western Canada, Prlcu reductions ot 25 per cent. announced by three comeut com- panies having mills in Illinois, Mich- -objectors; several o! whom served prison sentences because of their refusal to berar_prms during the war, were "guests of honor" last tilght at a dinner given by the Ameri- can Civic Lllxjrllles lauded as the "bravest of tho brave." Pointers Abort The Remarkable Film At Hie Empress The American heniity, Katherine MacDonalct, never appeared to'better advantage than in "Passlpn'a the plclurlzallon of C. W.'and A. M. Williamson's story "the Quests of Hercules." lieantlfnl gowns, beautiful' women, Itko. brlllianla In platinum. A feast for the eyes Is "Passion's "Passion's romance ot Monto Carlo. See the great gaming tables In ac- tion nUJlonto Carlo. "or unconventional, though Iimo- igan, stntos. conduct and hugo winnings at The Theatre That Changes Its Prices TODAY and TOMORROW HOOP LA! Evtry Is Clreua when the Elephants come to town William Fox 'SHIRLEY MASON HER ELEPHANT MAN A Romance of the Realm of and Spangles In the Sweetest Cfrcut Story Ever Tjold Colonial TONIGHT Country Store VodvilNite 1st In ami' 2nd prize......12 Ib live turkey and scores of other fine -prizes Children not admitted Friday night unless accompanied by parents. Special matinee lor Kiddles Saturday. Today and Saturday GREAT TRIPLE FEATURE BILL LARRY SEMON In hli "THE SUITOR" Opening cplnde of our .math. Ing hew uHil SPECIAL 0 ACT .FEATURE Blue Pearl" A GREAT MYSTERY PLAY SATURDAY MATINEE FROM ONE O'CLOCK TO FOUR O'CLOCK: SPECIAL- CHILDREN'S XMAS FREE MATINEE. Fflur Giant Trees all loaded down wHh; presents'for the kiddles. Be sure and let them Colonial HAVE YOU EVER READ THAT STRANGE BOOK "The GuesU of Hercules" by C. N! and A. M. Williamson? Here at last Is the all absorbing story In pictures Passion's Playground WITH BEAUTIFUL KATHERINE i MacDONALD TODAY, TOMORROW Prices 10 and 25s In the role of Grant" the c'rl ,who- broke the bank at Monte Carlo., If you never do another thing see this one. WHY NOT TONIGHT? Also Smiling Bill Parsons In a 2-reel howf and Mutt ant) Jeff Cartoon. The EMPRESS' CHILDREN'S SPECIAL MATINEE Dec. 18, will remain at the usual Saturday price Gifts. do not expect the children to come and buy their own GhrislThas ;