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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta U mdE TWEI.VJS v4 \? Italian General WUl Now Proclaim Strict Blockade of Flame Educate Public To Handle Electricity � SASKATOON. Dec. 21.-An open vprdJct, recommending that means be taken to educate the public to exert greater care In the handling ot electrical appliaaces, was returned by a jury sworn In by Dr. J. A. Valens In tlio casie ot Klmer Hyland. Hyland was electrocuted Saturday when he caught hold ot the detective socket ol an electric light extension which was handed to him when he was re-palrini; a leak In a boiler at the plant Ol the North Star Oil and Reflnlns; companjr. The evidence showed that a ground In the city wires had caused a shock ot 220 volts, which Hyland received with full torce owing to the HOMB, Dec - 21.-Replying to the ultimatum ot Oeneral Oavlglla, commanding the Italian torces surrounding 'Fiume. Oabri�le d'Annunzio de- , ^j^^ j^,, ^^^^^ ^^ clared today that he would maintain ^^^^ standing In water, hla attitude and would not recognize . the treaty ot Rapallo. D'Annuniio informed General CavlgUa that he had decided to resist. General Caviglla's ultimatum demanded the disbandment ot d'Annun-�lo's forces, the evacuation ot the islands of Arbe and Veglla, and the release ot (Italian war ^aterial In Flume. ^D'An&uncio was given until 6 o'clock this evening to reply to the iiltlmatuh!. I ST. TAXTL, Dec. 21.-A rapidly Oeneral CavlgUa now will proclaim doopenlng blanket ot snow covered m strict blockade ot Flume and the the central northwest today, assuring Uilands of Veglla, Arbe and San Mar- a white Christmas while further Inos, It was announced. The new reality was added to the official ad-hlockade. It Is said, will completely vent of winter by the weather bur-isolate the tiSrrltOTy occupied by eeu's prediction 4�t sub-xero-tempera-d'Annunzio from the rest ot the tujes tonight. Heavy Snows In Northern States TUESDAY. DDCEMBl^I^ 2|� 192(^ world. Cost of Uving Downm The snow, coming later than usual, 'was general in Minnesota and the Dakolas and extended to various, cones beyond those states. From tour to twelve .taiohes of snow have fallen in .10 hours up to noon today. South Dakota, where the storm Is believed tn havp originated, faced a toot ot snow, whito .Nrtrth Dakota had less. ATTHE COLONIAL WeONBau.. AND THW�HIOAV trtiS WEEKr RACE RIOT IN AUSTRAUtA LONDON, Dec. 21.-The Central News'. Perth, Australia, oorcespond-ent says that an armed Japanese, claimlr^ racial equality, tka amuck a I Brooke this morning and a riot resulted. During the fighting, two Jap-auese were killed and o&ers injured, according to the correspondent, who adds that troope subsequently patrolled the town and disarmed all the Japanese In it. PtKASINQ VAUDEVILLE AT THE COLONiAL IHsplte th� exoremoly cold w�^ ther, the Colonial theatre was w'Ml filled last night, the audlance thoroughly enjoying the vaudeville bill. Cave and Penny, a coiiple of plMs* Ing enteijUinen opened the show with a versatile mua!ca^ offering which was viity ahjoyable. Chet Wilsbit, i very talented oar-toonist. :win doubtless be well remtai- rr-berad in Lj^thliiddge for his excel- ^*l!5JrS? OPPOSITION lent work hight He is an adopt FRBDERICTON, N. B., poc, 20.- with his' c^taiiylnwlng several pic- iOWpertoiiil'Jn'iioiiSeM"^^^^ Dr.-J. B aetberingtofn, provln- tures, :hbM:'i^ii(lb-and otherwise. ti�Kaf ^ SbUmrT w^^ cai Becretary-treaaurar, and Hon, .J. His InlMati'^a^p^^as splendid. �e w"^ "ndwht^ZS the enow ^.^I-^^f.^'L �f agriculture, has a c�ftnedy talk that t,QNBON. oec. 21.-Mmytry or isr in arms. Ten bSlow IS the weather ;;i,�-i,^,;;rr",^ Ti�!2;.T"SSS52 ^ ^ . . , bori^latistics issued today show that pr�MdUo* far tonight to this ricln- w S- '^^^ r^-'^^t'nS^'St^!^ "^^^^ ^ thp cost ot llvint-in Oraat BMUto at Ity.  ^"w, toda/fleetediby py LU�aita itadfjljlttl Cobum. tlie �t%t of Deceinber had faU^ seven > -:_._acclamation In the hye^IecUons in* aro thd,best exponents of the Jwtota as compared irtth the previous __ Queens and Snnhurv �.ni.nt��  mnkinir i-..�, EUtll^QE DI8PLAV8 FLASHY WEARING APPAREL, COLONIAL WED. THURS. THIS WEEK Only an actress very sure ot her "iines" would wear the gown Julian BItinge wears when he starts ou^ one IttternQon to be "an adventuress," in pi(iture by that name. It is heavy itmbroidered net over a gray founda> tion, with wide bands of fox' around the bottom and at the back of the neck., that's alt there is to it-but. the cut! You've seen these empirlsh gowns that wrinkle all over all wrpng? Well, that's the ktod his Sn't It follows his form like a eath-and about Elti^ie all the world knows "it isn't his face so ^vu�>� �M> ww^nakviw �T MBU ' ya v a.\�UCi monfh,, making the average of ^ices 169 ^r. cent aboisi the average tor ,Julyi,il91 a, decrease-Of four pence per pound of sugar. There are also re-dvCtUnis In ,the ciwt of clothing which, . howe^r. are counterfbalanced by in-, crcaseb in the price'of eggs.-milk and llfch. '�Some commentators are disposed to' think that the corner of high -- - - really, been turned at last. - ^ -7 . jvv--c~IJr ---- - luersereau,, muHster.ot agrtcultnre, has'ana , . wind whtch-^ whipped the anow vjio were recently made members of waa very LONDON. Dec. 21.-Minjptry of tor in drifts. Ten bSlow IS the weather the provIndaIg�venm AImoiit?a':'i-Nomlnatlon prOceedingk -were held seen here for- many a long day. I rings, the fairest hair that eyer came at Gagetown and Burton, v  i Whilst li�|MWiin|t>�hd: looking at their fi>.,m a beauty parlor. i Jovial, haiwjr;-gb6^'natured work it -go much for an afternoon gowo. i U impossibn to nufse. a grouch. The But ever since Blttoge appeared on .----- - jjgjjj jj.. Come;the stage in "The Fascinating Wi- dow." In a bathing suit, he has occu (rallest ohiffaq completes' the/. en? Bemble-�all Mt the hat, which de-serves a parAgr�ph to itself. "An Adventureqs" will be the faa vaudeville show will bo oiftired.for the last times, .Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thur day will be feature picture days, Country Store Vodvil Nite will be changed to Thursdays, with this week's Country  Store Vodvil N;lte being held on *Thursday'night thilk ^eek. "f^e Colonial theatre advertisements carry full pkrtlottlars ot the changes lu policy, and Colonial patrons . are asked MM�i4he i^B.ciMftdllr A>^ their oiwi 'iofermatl6ttlue simply have to Rhallls yesterdiy-tindelpeltf ^tff Kinigi again-LU,tad"SI belie., ,____ Will :9(i�ntinue. _____,_____,___T � Lethbridge, Dec. 19, 1920. prices-have been steadUy Editor Herald: and althoiUA there may be i Sir,-I notice some- statements and / upwara movements, the comments re early laying pullets in that.the.downward tendencyvyohir papers of the 17th and 18th Inst. - tVom the tone ot the same I take it that it is unusual for pull�tB to start to lay BO early in the year. Almost every Ancona breeder in the city^s had thiem laying since Sep-tember.v-My own started on the 3rd of Septanb^. and sis others began during the month. F. H. Endei^ton, S16 16th St, N., had his begin on the 15t&. ot August, and some ten Or twelve''were laying all through September and �re yet, I . reckon, as there is no reason why Hears they ^shouldntt, ' Look up the records of the egg-lay ing contest being held at the �3xperi-mental Farm here; Anconas are ranking third now., and. will be first in a very short time because they are go-fng to prove to be the best layers. Anconas have come to the front more Censtantine the resisnatldn'of^ the' Greek cabinet, but was requested to remain In office until parliament begins Its session. Durlilg his visit to the palace, Premier Rhallls encountered Princess Catherine, youngest daughter of Constantlne. "What have you brought me }�-^~* nounicement Tnai nave jrou orougni me ""''M^o'u'sm. ii from abroad? He asked the prin Showing At The Empress Hit ---- --------- ^-.^'-^.r conas have come to the front more ' Douglas' MacLean. the popular [ GBNbvA, Dec. 15.-A signal tribute .the last' five years than any other Thomas H. Ince star in Paramount, was paid, by South America to the breed of chickens raised. ; pictures, has scored a big bi^ ini' his: saanner lb which the members ot the ^t seven different contests held first individual starring vehicle,"The j Canadian"delegation to the Assembly jast year there were 163 pens consist- Jailbird," which is showing to enor- of tluB League of Nations have taken jng of ten pullets each; .ot these en- mous houses at the Empress theatre the lead in npholding pan-American tries the Anconas won, the total num- tbis week. Mr. MacLean has the Tole interpits. l^he delegates, of all the ber laid by the winning pen being of a cheerful honest crook.whose ef- countries of La,tin-America, except 2041, no other pen coming closer than forts to victimize a community fall those; of . Argentina, who withdrew 1840 for the year. 1 when he is unexpectedly enriche'l by from'the Assembly last w^ek, asso- it is not necessary to hatch them' an oil gusher. The humor of the pro-, elated themselves in a luncheon given go very early either. I sold eggs this ductlon Is quite effective, but there ; in honor of. tbe. Canadian representa- year which were hatched in June and "'^ dramatic momenta of axcepticnal tives, and took occasion there to ex- the gentleman who purchased them strength. Doris May heads a compe- press a desire for further and future gays two ot the pullets started the i'"*l'P*"^'^*�f^*^*^^^�',P'*yr'''' co-operation. �7qou r.- Americans \ entertained the same ideas, ahd that their future ':o-operation would be of; mutual advantage. This sentiment was heartily reci procated by Sir '3eorge Foster on be Also two good comedies and Latest Topics of the Day. Yours truly, JOHN PIMM. 113 16th Street. N. Going Strong. I 610 14th St. N., City.  Editor Herald: Sir,-In regards to Mr. Pimm's pul- __________ ----,~ V,.. ua- Sir,-In regards to Mr. Pimm's pul- half of the wholo delegation ^rom the lets thinking it was summer and nom-Dominion. mencing to lay and Mr. Johnstone's ; There is no doubt that Canada's pa^"- pullets laying three weeks agu. ij tlclpatlon in the Assembly is proving have seven pullets hatcherl in April j to be to her great advantage. Tues- last that have been laying since the day's function indicated that it had I5th of September. Last month I got Identified herewith her South Amerl- 150 eggs from them, can neighbors as a champion before, Yours truly. the w:orld of the rights that themselves value they Kapuskasing .cltizenB-are now Ilght- Alex. McPheat. Potato buyers estimate that Northern Michigan warehouses hold 1,000, Sfad'^of^cinSles atd^roif In'",''' busheis"of potaroe7 tor* whicirthe stead ot candles and coal on lamps, grower* are demanding $1 per bushel. mfmiifiiiiiam NEILSON'S CHOCOLATES ^ IN CHRISTMAS BOXES Ranging in price from 7Sc to $8.00. OUR STOCK OF CHOCOLATES FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING: Demonttrator Cliocolates Supreme Roasted Nuts Chocolates Eplcurlan Passe-Temps Chocolates dcs Aristocratcs Masterpiece Assorted Hard Centres Lampland Assorted Creams Reception Fruits and Nuts Homemade Super-Six Carnival the Glide Fairyland Coral THE \mi mm dig co. P<^ONE'772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. EMPRESS NOW PLAYING Thomas H. Ince Presents DOUGLAS MacLEAN IN m JAILBIRD A Paramount Picture.' WITH DORIS MAY The crowded career of one Shaltespeare Clancy, who ran from a cell to run a village journal. When he tried to be honest and pep up the natives, they'd swallow nothing but fake oil stock. So he fed 'em .what they wanted, and was sneaking out with the profits when- Jloly smoke! You never can tell about Mother Earth or a Woman! A thoiisaud-barrel "gusher" of laughs, heart-tug and excitement. OTHER ATTRACTIONS "Should a Woman Ted?" "Monkey Shines," two dandy comedies, and Topics of the . Day. i 1 � � �� 'AN ADVENTUPESS" With JULIAN ELTINGE, the world's greatest female Impersonator, first as "Jack Perry of Harvard," then as "Mam'selle Fedora" of Albania. You'll Laugh-Thrill-and Epjoy Yourself as Never Before. '4^ The Theatre That Never Changes Its Prices. TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY The Crowning Achivement of William. Farnujn's Career WILLIAM FARNUM The Greatest Romantic Actor of the Screen in I WERE KING A Superb Picture-An Event of the Season .:''i NOTE:-''if I Were King," u a big super-production and the greatest spectacular effort of ih* year. REGULAR PRICES SPECIAL MUSIC ADDED COMEDY FfATURE "Love and Gasbline" With the Century, Bathing Girls. ;  Prices-Adults, 40 edits; Children, 10c. t. Also LATEST SCREEN MAGAZINE COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Featuring "THE MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS" Overture, with effects. THURSDAY NIGHT THIS WEEK EXTRA SPECIAL CHRISTMAS WEE COUNTRY STORE VODVIL Nm 1st Prize, $5.00 in Cash; 2nd Prize, 12-Ib. Live Turkey, and a Great Big Assortment of Special Christmas Prizes. Come Early-Djoprs open at 8.45 sharp-Usual Prices. WATCH FOR OUR RECORD-BREAKING HOLI-PAY HIPPODHOME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE SHOW FRIDAY AND SAT. THIS WEEK AUCTION SALE EXPIRATION OF LEASE STOCK OF DRY GOODS, ETC UNDER THE HAMMER 18 INSTRUCTED TO 9EUL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISES, 316 1ST AVE. SOUTH Thuniday and Friday Next, Dec. 23-24 FRANK WADD NGTON and ootainoncihg" each" day at 2.30 and 7 p.m., the whole of the stock of Dry Goads, etc., including: Men's and Boys' Suits, Over-coatSi Pants, GVeralls, Smocks, K.,veater.s, Underwear, Shirts, Socks, Gloves, Shoes, Overshoes, Hat:;. Caps; also Suit Casea, Blankets, Comfortors, Jewelry of all kimis, iuclu(]ing Watches. The HfjXTURES will aUo be sold, ini:Iuding Counters and Shelv-. ing. Oak iBookcases, Counter Cash Kegiater, large Heater, Show Cases, and-ihany smaller items. TERMS CASH, PHONES 770 AND 469. I 92 ;