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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FtOHT THE LETFTBRTTXiE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1, Election Coining, Don War Paint Maharg's Advice Saskatchewan Grain President Talks of Politics in Annaul Address MOOR JAW, Feb. fet busy and the cam- of misrepresentation being car-1" in .declared J. A. Maharf. M. rtad on president of tlie Saskatchewan Grain Growers' association in his address be. fore the annnal convention here today. Signs of election are In the air and leal purrwsus. Hn Hppoak'ti to the people not to be deluded by men who In the house at Ottawa will attack Great Britain to Rain their und politically. Talks en Banking With regard to banking, tho presi- dent held that banks must change their methods of doing business other- wise lew sources of financing agricul- ture Trill have >o be found. ob- jected to the attitude ot the banks In furnishing only a seasonal credit and continued by saying that if this is continued tSa rural credits plan will have to be extended. Many have occurred. Mr. Maharc said, where'credit has been refused when security offered could not be bettered. Tbe general attitude the banks Is. he declared, that the mors must sell their grain as aoon possible regardless 0! i the price or condition of the mar- I ket. I Two Retiring Directors Re-elect- Section Hears Prcudent advised the de.egates to "don.the fuii c t i poor Edmonton citj. jjairy, Dclburne, crops. She appealed tor continued ,fourth. H w Trimble, Red. Deer, ;ombe, tenth, ards in the numerous competitions will be com- pleted this afternoon when It is ex- pected the sweepstakes winner will be announced. ultcd in the province irom> poor Edmonton citj. jjairy, rops. She appealed tor continued, H w Trimble, ffort to make the piovince an ideal fifth a'nd w Hanson lMa ilace for the farmers families to Tue majority Of the aw; plai grow up in. FRANCE SEES RELIEF IN FIRST PAYMENT OF GERMAN REPARATIONS Acfees And Pains- Sloan's Gets 'Em! Famous Pain and Ache Liniment Kept Handy, Warming, Gratifying Relief RHEUMATIC twinges ease up soon. So do tstiff joints, lame back, neu- ralgia, overtaxed muscles, and tliose pains from weather exposure, don't fight long against the counter-Irritation that Sloan's Lini- mertt produces. Always keep this old family friend handy for instant little pene- trates without rubbing, leaving no skin stains, muss or clogged pores. Its Tary stimulat- the good. It will do. Made in Canada, Ml druggists- "Three 70c. Largest size la moat economic-Hi. Sloarfs LinimeniCSa SUPREME COURT OF CANADA ALLOWS ALBERTA APPEALS PARIS, Jan. of the general public of France over the plan for the collection of German Happy nunorlM aays gone by wew revived by WmKermM and Hopkins In their pleasing sketch Thrim Mile Unilt." The sketch doala with the dolnsu'on board tie "bar- boM" plying between FlorWm and Cuba- Westermau Is seen M .slightly inebriated passenger, and Mist passenger ou the an ablo foil !or his comedy talk. Somo tuneful musical numbers and a correct and very good stage sotting enhances the act. Bill Pruitt, a typical in erery sense of the word offers an entertaining singing act. Ho a fine baritone voice, and his alternate falsetto and true stugint; was well received, particularly so lu his ting- Ing of "Your JJyes Told Me- So." An act that had the audience won- dering "how it's dona" was used as big punch at the end of the show, with the appearance ot Electro, the electrical wizard, and his supporting company In thlt cue being two girls, a etunner of a blonde and the other a ditto brunette. Electro fairly eats the electric "cur- and does aonie remarkable work with the juice. He has an In- teresting act. Wanda Hawley in "Food for Scan- a five act feature, the newest Prizma color pictures, and a good comedy complete the show which Is bang up to standard. When the same bill is offered to- night for the last times, the Colonial should' be packed to the doors, for the bill is a one hundred percenter. HAPPY HARRY CAREY IN "SUNDOWN SLIM" AT COLONIAL A member in good standing of tlie T. W. U. is Harry Carep in H. Her- bert Knibbs' story, "Sundown which comes to the Colonial Theatre AMERICAN VESSELS LAND BIGGEST CATCH OF HALIBUT OTTAWA, Jan. lieV arises in great part from the ex- j w'as Sc-S! pectation that the first_effective to plan tor me coiiecuon 01 reparatioDt decided upon by the al-, off b ments by Germany, will make avail- OTTAWA, Feb. the first sit- ting of the supreme court of Canada this morning the following Judgments were rendered: Kelly VB Watson, appeal allowed with costs. Idington, J., dissenting. Puller vs Garneau, appeal allowed with costs here and in the court of appeal and costs to plaintiff of the motion in an event. Chief Justice and Idington J., dissenting. Davidson vs Norstrand, appeal al- lowed with costs here and below. Duff and Mignauit, J. J., dissenting. and tU- THREE STEAL IN FREiGHT FROM C.P.R. MONTREAL, Feb. Labelle, Alphonse Dubois and P. Laforce ap- paared in the court of session this moraine and pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing {45.000 worth ot freight from tho Canadian Pacific Railway company's yards at Sortin, Quebec, and were remanded by Chief Justice Decarie for sentence. next five years Inaves the financial that per- e, not only her part of the 12 per cent'tax'on' irk states a. report from the ma- irine and fisheries department, "that French SLiSl billion gold francs' yearly for five years. BRIGADE ORDERS 18th Brigade C. F, A. CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS 3uDnU...Mch. T 15 Caaaandra.Peh. 20 Caawndra.Apr 1 "2 NEW .Mch. 8 Caronla M Caraanla.Apr. 16 NEW SOUTHAMPTON 'Aiiettania.Peb. II Imperator.Mch. 10 AqnlUnia.Mch. U Mauretania.Apr 7 NEW Saxooia...Mcb. i Saionia...Apr. II NEW LONDON 'Albania-----Feb. 8 Albania. ..Men. 19 NEW (Via MD- ville) Columbia.. Feb. 13 Algeria... Mar. NEW Calabria .....................Feb. 24 PORTLAND, GLASGOW CwsMdra.Feb. IS Cuiiandra.Mch.30 Fill information can be secxued from all agents, or company's office, 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. TO EUROPE ST. Feb. 9: Mar. 16........Metaiwna Feb. 11, Mar. 11, An. 7.Em. Britain Feb. 26, Mar. 26, 27...Maiita Mar. 3, Apl. 2..........Miniiedoia Mar. Mar. 22.......Bmp. France Apl. 15 .................Victorian ST. Feb. is; Apl. 1 ..........Prutorian Mar. 8, Apl. 14 ...........Sicilian ST. Apl. 18 ..................Tunisian wit ANTWERP Fsb. 88, Apl. 1 ......Scandinavian Apl. 16..................C'orsicaii Main SI. Asa if WINNIPIQ (mini, UmM ALLIES HAVE DEFINITE PLAN FOR REPARATIONS PARIS, Jan. the resump- tion of the conference ot the experts on reparations, which ia called for February 7 at BruBsebj, the allies have a definite and elaborate program as a basis for the discus- sions. The German delegates have been notified of the date and asked to attend. Simple Phosphate Sap pile's Strength and Energy Build- ing Elements That Modem Foods Lack Just one or two little tablets ot real organic phosphate dispensed la drug stores under the name of Bitro-Phos- phate taken with each.meal Is prob- ably juat what you need to cause you to jump out of bed In the morning eAffer for the Industrial battle of tho day. Modern foods lack sufficient puorus, and that Li why 40 per cent of men and women today are nervous, weak and run-down. Bitro-Phosphate is safe to take and J. D. Htgtabotham Co., Limited, or any good druggist can supply it at reasonable vertisement. They WORK while you sleep" 1 many ae a basis ol loans during the t.8, tJ' imaM inovftc tha rtnnnnlal leniai nerrina market to woiga tne were brought in by American vessels and 808 cwts. by our own ves- 20th Battery C. F. A., Major, Bvt. Lt.-Col. C. C. Stibbard, D.S.O. 39th Battery C. F. A., Major "ST. Bar- nacal. 1st February, 1921. No. 7 Parades 7.30 open. 8.00 to 9.00 gun laying, gun drill, saddlery and equip- ment; trumpet practice. 9.15 to 10.00 and dis- mounted drllL Detail No. 1 Group Lo- thian, 8.00 to 9.00 p.m. No. 4 Group Roach 9.15 to 10.00 p.m. No. 2 Group (gun Harman, 8 to 8.30 p.m.; Bdr. Roach, 8.30 to 9 p.m. No.- 3 Group (gun Hen- drie, 8 to 8.30 p.m.; (gun Sgt. Hendrie, 8.30 to 9 p.m. No. 5 Group Jackson, 8 lo 8.30 (gun B. S. M. Taylor, 8.30 to 9 p.m. No. Group Roach 8-to 8.30 p.m.; Jackson, 3.30 to 9 p.m. Groups 2, 3, 5 and drill. Capt. Rosewarn, 9.15 to 10 p.m. Trampeters, practice, 8 to 9 p.m. Strength Increase (39th Bty. C. F. A.) Taken on strength- with effect as from 28th January, 1921. McMeekin, Daniel, Leitch, David. Dougall, John. McDoueli, Percy, James Muir. Promotions (33th Bty. C. F. A.) To bo Sergeant with effect as from 28th January, 1921, 639, Hendrie, Jag. Mulr, Postings (39th Bty. C. F. A.) To lie No. 1 of "B" sub-section with effect as from 28th January, .639, Sgt. Hendrle, James "Mulr. Barnacal, Majo'r, C. F. 18th Brigade C.F.A. NO NEWSPRINT INVESTIGATION WASHINGTON, Feb. of a resolution to investigate the newsprint paper market and prices was blocked in the senate by Senator Penrose yesterday Senator Penrose that the reao- referred to the committee on printing and' the motion was adopted, girl at the piano. Dorothy Gish Is A Flying Bride You are bilious, constipated, head- achy, full of cold, unstrung. Your I meals don't is bad, skill sallow. Take one or two Cascarnts toolght for your liver and bowels and waka up clear, rosy cheerful. No grip- inconvenience. Children love Cascaretij, too, 10, 25 60 ccnta MARTEN FIFTY PER CENT. LOWER THAN LAST YEAR MONTREAL, Jan. about 50 per cent, lower than those on the occasion of last year's sale of the Canadian Fur Auction Salos Company, Limitod. .were brought today for mar- ton at the first session of the four- day sale. Martell rangftd from about S0.50 to and Last year the highest price was 5201.00, tlio lowest 00. Fisher today brought from about lo and J125.00 as com- pared with and 5365.00 of last March, a reduction of GO per cent. HON. N. W. ROWELL TO SPEAK TO SASK. TRUSTEES MOOSE JAW. Feb. J. L. Bryant, of the Saskatchewan trus- tees' association, announced today that Hon. Newtou Wesley Rowell will attend the convention of tho associa- tion at Saskatoon on February 23. Fr. riowcll will w "Tho League ot Natlouas" Vivacious Star Is Up in the Air in "Flying Pat" Dorothy Gish is a high flyer in more ways than one in her new Paramount picture, "Flying coming to the King's theatre Wednesday and Thurs- day. The peppery comedienne has the role of an amateur aviatrix in a rollicking story of young married life. Miss Gish 'is Jaiie Van Nuya, who married Captain Bob Van Nuys, an aviator, overseas. When they return from their honeymoon and Bob is set- tled down as an airplane manufac- turer, he insists that his wife pick a career for herself too. She decides to a champion lady flyer. Bob is too busy to teach her the game, but a Captain Endicott, hit superintendent, is right on the ways. There Is an airplane accident that causes a domestic crash also, with Jane leaving home in a huff. Then follows some disillusioning adven- tures out in tha cold, cold world, friend husband searches frantic- ally for her. The climax Is declared to he mirthful in the extreme, and, of course, brings about a reconciliation. James Rennie, Miss Gish's loading man in a previous picture, fills a simi- lar role in "Flying Pat." Kate Bruce and Morgan Wallace are also In tbe cast. Richard Jones, late of the Mack Bennett staff, ment. "HIP" VAUDEVILLE PLEASES .BIG HOUSES AT COLONIAL "Hip" vaudeville patrons were last uiBht treated to a fine bill at the Co- lonial Theatre last night, each of the acts being well received. It was the iirst bill on the new Monday and Tues- day schedule, and if Manager Len Brown will continue to give hie pa- trons full measure oj enjoyment such as they received last night, he need not worry over the success of the Colonial. The Morris Prince Duo, in first placo on the bill, were well received, their combination of juggling and music suiting tha amusement palates of the full house. The male member of the team does ggmo clever juggling, Interspersed witii a witty lino of talk, turn is jbly assisted by very prattj; KING'S THEATRE "The Picture Houae of Quality" WED. AND THURS. on Wednesday and Thursday. The T. W. U.T It stands for Walkers' Union. Sundown Slim in it long, lean lanky, hobo who ho ii "a good cook asil a docgonn good Sundown Slim Is shunted out of a box Mr into the mtdtt ot a typi- cal feud between cow aud shoeu ranchers to .trliona. Ho gets a job on one ranch and falls In love with ail alluring young Spanish girl, daughter ot one of the herders on the other ranch. And inuy pronto, as they My "very soon" in that country, tlio hap- py-go-lncky reamer flnds himself mixed In gunplay, heartache and blood- shed. He meets the TllllanlM of life with a and rewards kind deeds shown him by original and hoartfelt "pomei." It is the kind of story Harry was made for this "Sundown Slim." The picture Is from the story by H. Herbert Knlbbs, author and norellit, himself a wanderer andimakcr of verses. Knibbs wrote "Overland a recent picture in 'thlch Carey scored strongly, and he personally as- s'steo, the Universal star in the pro- duction of tbe present picture. Sweet little Mlgnonne plays Spanish girl in "Sundown Kings Thutn, whtni two dayi gar produced picture tfcavt offers splendid all roand entertain- ment at the it began its It Is tin- story ot ft mas who ed hlH will to success. He craved money because It would enable him to pay ILU old score against an ruamr. Though a keen business when It camn to women waa poor judge. He loved Foster (or refinement, lithe hated him and his enemy, but her luxury-loving Mul craved the things money could biy, ao- she became engaged to 'St oo the eve of victory over his ouemy that he discovered bar' perfidy.. Tlw shock coming OB top of the excitement and strain ot labor troubles and stock manipulation) that ruined the other nan, brought about a long threatened blindness. But it was In his state that he found the true love ha had blind to, but that had at hit elbow all the time, helping him. Edgar Lewis has directed the pic- ture with hl> usual skill and care. lovely Frances Conrad is the daughter of the sheopman. Charles LeMdyue His selection ot a cast Is excellent, the I with L. C. Shumway as the hero, .Ruth King as the true love, Betty is the vindictive cowboy at the bottom I the chief villains, ot the foud, J. M. Foster, and Duke Leo are the rival ranchers. Ted Brooke Is Sundown Slim's pal, and Edi Jones is 'he fat sheriff whose re- creation is reading paper-backed nov- els, his favorite being entitled "She Loved- Him But He Moved Away." Val Paul directed "Sundown Slim." M the untrue love and Charles Arling and Stanhope Wheatcrott as "A BEGGAR IN PURPLE" DRAWS CROWDS TO KINGS The observation ot that wise old chap, Solomon, that even without love is only a beggar purple supplied Andrew Soutar Old, faded skirts, waists, coats, king I sweaters, draperies, everything, whe- in 'ith the inspiration of his novel, "A Beggar 'in from whici Ed- ther wool, silk, linen, cotton, or mixed goods, can be dyed any rich, fadeless color with Diamond Dyes. Buy no other am APT nu coMaurf FU3BNT3 DOROTHY GISH In the air she could soar like a kite, And her loving was just "out of sight', But she sure could spurt flre Wherra man raised her Ire; And amuck In a kitchen, good S night! TONIGHT Your last chance to see "A BEGGAR IN PURPLE" ADDED ATTRACTIONS MOON RIDERS, MUTT JEFF, PATHE NEWS, and COMEDY. Prices 40c and Steamship Are you thinking of sending for your friend in the Old Coun- try? We shall be pleased to quote rates anil assist you In every possible way. We can Danzig, Hamburg, Antwerp, Na- ples, Trlcat and other Continen- tal points. Kor all kinds of steamship THE ROSSITER AGENCIES Phont 1412 Hlglnbotham Blk Information LAST TIME -TONIGHT, Tuc. "HIP" VAUDEVLLE SPECIAL HEADLINE THE SENSATION OF THE DECADE ELECTRO AND COMPANY MTHE DYNAMIC ENIGMA" A startling, baffling exhibition of electrical scenic production. BILL PRUITT "The Cowboy Minstrtl" MORRIS PRINCE DUO Jugollng and Musical Mixture. AL. WESTERMAN AND DONNA HOPKINS IN THE THREE-MILE UlfflT A clever comedy Special scenic lighting effects. WANDA HAWLEY in "FOOD for SCANDAL" A fine five-act comedy drama. "A Blue Ribbon Mutt" Century Bathing Girl Comedy. Prizma Colormcope COLONlAL-ffei Thnrs. This Week HAWYCAKV mocl human Vrcbem Drarm .he CJCT mode m SLIM ALSO SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Intimate allmpses Into the private lives of well-known movie behind the studio something new for Lttb- bridge. COMEDY, LATEST NEWS "HELLO, BILL" EVENTS ADULTS 40c; CHILDREN lOc. ;