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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOR ETGHf THE LETHDRIPGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, ITO FRENCH TANGlf OF RED TAPE SID IN SUIT HALL PACKED TO Him Striped Of HU Rank There in4 Made a Privaie LONDON, Veb, 4. (Canadian ASSJC. iatld iuwspapfrs carw iBtwtliuJng siorlos concerning tlw comedy of red tnpe ill wfcUb Brig. General Urullnei, vrnn MTM4 wUi ttittanrtion in the I'anari- itf irmj tmttat the great war, has taiuone in his native laud of Prun. When child Brutinel went with bis parfeuLs but at the of IS rtfvroed to France anil spant L-WQ la military serrtw. Wfem ho left fnjice to go back to rarada ke forgot to have his name rcsfeicrad la hie I'lise. On the nut break ot treat war, being theu about 35 ywro old. he went to the Prench opiuul at Montreal and adTised t'i) join the Canadian forces. In tie Canadian army, to which he machine sunr-, he won and various distinc- lioui, anwBX them the companionship at the BaKh the French War Crosi. Gliieun KobM'tson, nointiilfMi minister nf labor, for his "lurk of backbone" in tito matttr of wall's i'or employ-: etl by Shipbuilding u t minion company's yard.1' hire. wa.s passed by tbe Toronto' an 4 Labor hist night.', ir watt decided tKjit stiould he iikeu ia jTSMon1 tbo i BCLUI gorttfiLnMAt to force company to i pay ihe union Sh.i (eats an hour, j of or 75 ms offered by reeding. eel Grass-Milk Uivcv Case in Bank Basement BEDCLOTHES ON FIRE; MOTHER AND INFANT StWOCATK IN VKRNON'j j YKKNO.Y 11. C.. Keb. Uujh j Haggle ttmf her threo months' old! j hahy wero suffocated iii their home j f j early this morning when the bed-1 clothes and mwttross in Uio room _. I which they siooptim caiifht fire, Program Put On Was Greatly which it. Is believed started I'i'oni a j lighted cigarette. .Mrs. lU'KRie was the uf the city magistrate. QUEBEC. Feb. bill re- wived in France as a Can-i strain from charging exces- adfan he asked to be allowed! sive rentals was placed on the order to retota French nationality and aj paper of the provincial legislature pmKUwtixl decree issued in 1915 gave) thi? morning by Peter Btircovitch, M. him sailsfactioo. But Trhen heiL. A. for St. Lawrence, and it will wwit to France recently the come up for first reading neit week, tiw discovered that his dossier was} The bill provide? that not more not correct, so the general, who is an j than per cent, increase ou present nfllrer of Legion of Honor, appear-! rentals can charged by any land-; .j before the military authorities, was: lord antf that if any tenant has made and examined and certified; any contract or lease to pay a rental the "bon pour la service" as a pri-j shewing a greater increase, it shall Tula. be considered null und void, and Lived Near Edmonton i should he hare paid (mything in ad- OTTAWA, Feb. General' vance. he can recover the .same Hrnttoel was regarded as one of the: through Did courts, most efficient officers on the. head-! In order to encourage now building staff of the Canadian corps j the bill provides that the rent c ;i i-rnwded court the Di' Joseph Schwartx. in ihe' on Thursday ai'icr nuoii. II" siuted that ou his re turn in came ;o iiiw him to do him 1 a favor. This tarried the request lliat he .siiDulii sisn note- for io sei the ailvunco from the! farmers und .Mercliums Bank. Sweet, Grass, so they should enter into1 in new business. Asked what tho bus-! j iness was Schwartz said he saw H 'when he visited the basement of. the j bank premises, where, as he put it, there were cases und cases of i He was accompanied at the tiiue by i one Sieve Korassa who also saw the supply and in fact, said witness. bought ;i case for ?3o. "This is cheaper rhau you can set, it said Mr. Harris in examination. Quebec Will Not Give Franchise' To Women As Yet QUEBEC. Feb. will not be given the vote in the pro- vincial elections by the Quebec legislature this year, nor will the house adopt any bill permitting women to enter into competition with of the province. Both the bill for admission of women to the study and practice of law and that giving them the fran- chise will be held over at least for this session and maybe longer. v BRIGADE ORDERS Kepetitvd Tonight If U comes to tho choice of enter- tainment, with tlit) spirit ami action I iu which It is produced, In tbo way it meets with public appreciation.'Frank Waddington's Black and White Pier- rots know how to do it. This was made evident iu tho truly fine show- ing the company umdo aud the pleas- ure they gave the packed audience ut at, Ausustin's Parish Hull on Thurs- day night. As a Pierrot entertainment the program was fully in keeping with its name. The songs were well chosen, and iu every case called Cor eucorcs. These were also given to the violin j and piano selections. The spirit of i fun which ran through the pcrform- j unco permeated through Mr. Frank 'Waddington. who was the of the performance and iu excellent j form, in this he was very capably I i supported by the rest of his troupe, j .__ Each one was at his and her best, aud SMright royally entitled to the plaudits- which greeted each individual num-j Particularly taking was the; i quartette "Another Little Think" iu Milk Uiver. Gucriu promised to help; ISth Brigade C. him in loaning him the money to get i 30th Lieut.-Col. C. C. Stib- stock On the strength of this part, local allusions to C Stib- sioner freeman's boat oil Hen t tbo front. He commanded what such premises shall he fixed so as to was known as Brutinel's Brigade, allow a return of 15 per cent, gross which comprised the motor machine on the cost of the land aud building, guns units, and practically all the j the value to he ascertained by the j machine gun battalions in the corpg j city assessor. came under his direction. During the; 'German offensive in March, 191S, the- Canadian motor machine gun bat- terns were a considerable factor in saving the situation. Throughout all the engagements in i which machine gun units figured, j General Brutinel played a conspicuous part personally; He was greatly ad- mired and respected in tbe Canadian army ,and his ability as a strategist recognized by high officers in the alletd armies. Befbm the war he lived in Alberta, In the Edmonton district. Brill. TORONTO LABOR MEN ASE HON. ROBERTSON TO QUIT; NO BACKBONE TORONTO, Feb. resolution calling for the resignation of Hon, ASPIRIN Only "Bayer" is Genuine VANCOUVER, Feb. city will shortly be in touch with Europe and the Orient by means of wireless, if the plans of the organizing commit- tee of the shipping bureau of the] sparo io carry on his bust- board of trade are carried out. It is ness. This dirt not come off. Iu rc- jntwded to have installed in connec- j newing the loan of averred jtion with the merchants' exchange i thut Gucriu did not return the first which bureau is forming here, what n0ies, and ihn loao was to IB will be the most, powerful pay Of[ the who were press- wireless receiving sets on the Pacific jns uim ;mti ono Of whom the Cana- coast. 'Announcement of the plans of Uian Swift Co.. had already obtnmed the committee were made today at a i judgment against him Wft- luncheon bureau by J. H. atuck to tne statement that he Ilton wbo has carried on negotiations (iul not receive aDy loan from Guerin. with the Marconi Wireless company He went on to teU hov :in Offer was on behalf of the bureau. j made by ODe Tolley to luy tlfe busi- instnimenta it is proposed to sei j neg8f for which. presumably, Schwartz up here win receive messages from creed to take Carnavon, Wales; the station at "fot of land H employee ot" the Sweet Grass hank, came to him at Milk Uivcr. at the time Mr. Guerin was badly hurt over tin explosion of gasoline, and told him i hat it was impossible to help him umber in regard to money unless he would sign notes and mortgages.; together with his wife and sou so' Drill order. that he 1-ould get further advances i j from the hank. Tho money was need-, Trumpeters, practice. S p.m. tu 9 p.m. i ert to pay off his creditors. As a re-S i suit of this he eventually, with liisj i wife and son, signed the notes audi mortgages for T An Effort for a New Loan Resuming bis evidence on Fri- j morning, Sclnvartz said that Guerin told him that he would give him a recommendation whereby he could obtain a ioan of from the Bank of Montreal, and, with this sum paid into tho Sweet Grass hank aad the loan from that bank, he could pay off his creditors and have some- p.m., Armories open. calling for several repetitions by tbe S.OO p.m. to 9.00 p.m.. quartette. Section Gun Drill; Gun Mrs. Frank Colpman played the role. Saddlery. Pierrette to the manner born. It 9.00 p.m. to 10.00 a crisp and sparkling perform- ance, with a good singing voice and manner. Her rendering of "Ma Dusky accompanied by herself on the piano, was particularly clever. Miss Paterson showed to consider- Xo'T Group" and Xo. 4 Group, advantage in the serious part of the program, with a pretty and mel- odious voice. Mr. Cranny proved that he is possessed of a voice of fine man. s'p.m.' to 8.30 p.m'.; Gun Lay-jbor, and his contributions to tho pro- ing Sgt. Harraan, S.30 to 9 p.m. I gram met with liberal appreciation. Xo Group Gun Laying. Lt. In a piano solo Eileen Waddington nailing, Sgt. Lothian, S p.m. 9 p.m. No. 2 Group, Gun Drill, Sgt. Har- S p.m. to 8.30 p.m.; Saddlery, Bdr, Roach, 8.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Xo. 5 Group, Saddlery, Bcir. Roach, S p.m. to 8.30 p.m.; Equipment, Lt. Jackson, 8.SO p.m. to 9 p.m. Group, Equipment, Lt. Jack- showed that she has the gift of music, and rendered her selection in very artistic fashion. Geoffrey Waddington has a place in the popular as a violin play- er of no mean ability, and be was son, S p.m. to S.30 p.m.; Gun Drill, very effective with his instrument in B. S. 51. Taylor. 8.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. the selections played. Recruit Class, Sflth Bty., Cpl. Chap- lin. S p.m. to 0 p.m. All Groups. Dismounted Drill. Bdr. Mrs. Waddington on the piano gave the necessary and very appreciated assistance as accompanist. p.m. to 10 p.m: If the. Black and WJiito Pierrots iu-j Strengti' i tend to. give any future performances, I "Oth "ua'tt'ery 0. F. on they have, iu the fine showinc they strength with effect as from 1-2-21, 'he assurance that so far as J29 Gnr Diion William Robert, .the public is concerned they have come 39th Battery. C. F. on to stay. The performance.will be re- strensth with effect as from 1-2-21, Peated tonight._________ IHO Gnr. Harrison. Samuel. j 641. Gnr. Andrew, Robert. SHORTAGE OF WIND IN N. D.: Lyons, France; from Nauen. Germany and from such stations across the Pacific as Cavite, Philippine Islands i and 'Fimahashi, Japan. part payment ai e stated that he went} Warning! Tuke no chances with sttjistitutes for genuine "Bayer Tab- leltft of Aflpiritt." Unless you see tha narue "Bayer" ou package or on tab- you are not getting Aspirin at all. In every package are directions for Coida, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheu- Earache, Toothache, Lum- bago and for Paiu. Handy tin botes of twHhra tablets cost few cents. Drng- stata algo sell larger packages. Made in Owada. Aspirin is Uie trade mark irvcivtered iu of Bayer Man- ufectnre of Monoaceticacidester of URGE CO-OPERATION TO ADVANCE ICE to Sweet Grass and there the agree- ment between and Tolley was entered into at a "law office. Tolley, he said, afterwards refused to carry I Lost and Found Receipt i Witness then v.t-m on to speak of CRE4M INDUSTRY the notes aml executed ___ "____ j which are the causes of the present! i action, lie was not sure of the datoi VVIX.V1PEG. Feb. which these were signed but was I between the manufacturers in the dif- cri-tnin that it was noi on -August j ferent provinces in the development -''th and not at S-WBCI Grass. He j All ranks are ice cream industry was urged i stuck to his story that they were at" the third annual convention at Milk Hirer in tho oflice of his Western Canada ice cream mauutac-1 store. Gueriu, be said, wanted him; turers' association here today. Ice i to sign the note and mortgages, hut i cream aa a valuable pure food pro-! he Uept on telling him that it would, duct strongly emphasized by all! not he necessary as Toltey going: at the morning session, J.! to buy the store. Guerin, however, i Carlyle. president, declaring ihe j told him that if the money was not ;ral public should upon with ihe rood G42 Gnr. Masson, Charles. U4S Gnr. McKcnzie, Ralph Wallace, j C44 Gnr. Hume, Robert (145 Gnr. Rernier, Edward. Gnr. Hill, Edgar Lawrence, i Pensioners Joining Uie j It is "notified for .Information that I I the Board of Pension Commission- ers of Canada have ruled that the enlistment of a pensioner with Xon-Permanent Active Militia, will nnt in any way prejudice his eligibility for pension from that Board. D. 0. Xo. 23. Dat- ed 1-2-21.) ENGINES NEEDED FOR PUMPS again notified that; WILLISTON, N. North Dakota is not only witnes- sing a shortage of crops and mon- ey but even a shortly of wind. Farmers who have depended on the usual heavy winter winds irx running their windmills to water their stock have been compelled this winter to purchase gasoline engines to pump their water. The winter has not only been a wind- less one, but has also been mild, with practically no snow. Stock is thriving on the open prairie. military clothing will not he worn! except on drill nights or when v v vv v v v v otherwise ordered by the Officer Commanding. H. n. ROUTtER. Capt. R. C. H. A. Art. A-ljt. ISth Brigade, C.F.A. HIGH SCHOOL DOWN BOARDING CLUB IN THE "v BOWLING Tl111 JUST LEAVE IT WITH YOURSELF luscious fruits gath- ered, fresh in the joy of June make QUAKER JAM Leave it with yourself; your own sense of taste and enjoyment will tell you. The fre'sh {ipe fruit ia there, for the truth.ran deceive no one. Get one tin from your fruit you llko best. DOMINION CANNERS B. C. LTD. HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER, B. C. y- lait when the High general public should he impressed t'ortlicomiup; the- wholesalers would value ice; he. down on him. He thc-u related cream. {thai Gueviu, Mrs. Giiurfu and Hurry Morden Xelson of Toronto, honor-1 'Hoycc- came to bis fitore. and. after ary president of tbe association, out-1 some reluctance on the jjart of his iined the eiteuL of the ioduairy and v.-ir'e. inortKases woro nxecuted. gave an interesting sketch of the ad-: Coyi-e. ho said, wrote the receipt out vancement. of the industry. D'ArcyJon the typcwritr-r in ihe ullice. and i f Boarding Club Scott, secretary of tbe National Dairvitlu.- mortgages wore brought by fj- was scor' Council, outlined the work tbat had j in duly mini in. lie was not satis-inr the "igh School with an aver- beeu carried on by the council to I lied with the roi-clpt so asked bis son] !lge "f for thc- protect ihe industry's interests und to I William, if ihorc was anything in it further itg cause. whiuh allowed 1'ur the return of the A resolution was passed commend- mortgages. He was told that he ing the work of the National Dairy! thought so. Hcv.-ever to make sure Council and pledging support to its, he took Ihe iiito the store and activities on behalf of fhe TCP rream showed it n: on ft Kdini. who was there j GASOLINE DROPS WINNIPEG, Feb. tion from 2 to 2 1-2 cents in the retail gasoline was announced today. The cheaper grades will now sell for 49 cents and high grades at 1-2 and 53 cents per gallon. Bowling League The scores were as follows: BOARDING CLUB TONIGHT E. Davis J. Fulton manufacturers. ut the time, and loid liy Mm that il was all r'glii i'ai' as regarded the stipulation liH tu the return of the mortgages. Schwartz had, pre- sumably, the receipt, in that, iin reply to .Mr. Harris, he stated that PKlM.'K.AbBEHT. Fau. l.-Wllliam fni il thn illnt'r "ocket ot JAIL SENTENCES FOR ATTACKS ON GIRLS McClure of Kinistino, today sen- Martin L. Dunham A. Green W. Hidpatb 1st 109 120 2nd 153 123 180 3rrl Tot. 373 j 455; HIGH SCHOOL 1st 2nd 108 IDS 142 142 3rd Tot.! 382J 456! Country Store Vodvil Nite 7 j The Schedule is as Follows j his ooat. Ho afterwards missed the som" liy Mr. Justice Embury to one month's of his imprisonment and to receive 13 "ml he told i .7 es for an assault upon his to ivirn .lolmstono Md Ritohio. Jlrs. Tharlotte Johuslon. a middle- aged woman, who had occasion to i complain ot his neglect of work. Me-! Clnrp seized her by her hair, drag sod her to the road, threw her down causing bodily injuries. .Imlge Urn- bury said women und children must bis protected for th" sake of Ihe com- munity. John for camai knowl, of ami indecent assault on his i daughter was to thp peni- y for :J yearn. of Lcthbridfje. Hiao be had found the .vy' Club, receipt, and it was forwarded on to 1''e1'- Y.M.C.A. Telephones. Feb. edge A Question of Ink Shown a document as to an afli- I. If. f. Coca-Cola davit as to the registering of the mort- gages, signed by him before Mr. Dun- blozier. or Sweet Grass, Schwartz vs. T. M C. A. Feb. boarding Club vs. Telephones. rrb. liith.- -Wednesday. High School swore that he hail never signed this I Feb. 22nd.- Tun.viay, Telephones vs. or tiny other document helore him. j. n. C. In all the notes lie had given Gnerin, -Wednesday IlourlinR IJie exception the first two.: ciuh vs. V. !U r A ho had HBcd thc same ink. which lie j March 'Tunsiiav. 'liigh School for abducting the pamn cn-l Mcm-y always kept in his office. Tho ink! v; I II f Danisuk was senleneod lo 2 years in Kvas nut in us an eibibil. lie know' the penitentiary. AH the parties liv- as "a little lawyer" in ed in Meath 1'ark. I Kweet Crass and that was all. Wit- nrjsfi waa on two or three occasions stopped hy Mr. Bennett, whon he siartcd to tell tho court what he was told hy anolher party, Keeling peer Iluurdliit; PLACE OF MEETING NOW FIXED TORONTO. Fnb. l.-Thc Institute of C'anaJu did not decide I i the question as to the next meeting place before adjourning the annual convention in this city. The matter was left to tho council to determine. Winnipeg made a bid for the next an- nual gathering. regard lo this he waved his; rinh v March 2nd'- C'luii vs. March riigb School vs. March Wednesday, V. M. C. A. vs. floca-f'ola. March ;i h. -Tuesday. Hoarding hand towards opposing counsel Kay-j March InjI, "I pay no attention lo him." This brought from Mr. Bennett tile-rejoin- der, "Hut yon will pay attention to Ihe court, and you bad better not be too fresh i. H. r. Hitli. --Wednesday, Suhniil vs. rncn-rolii. March V. Jl. C. A. vs. I. JI. March Tele- vs. I'oca-C'nla. SCENE Brown 5TH ST. promises "CASH" I biggest j try Store SCENE 2 ever GALT GARDENS Come THE LIBRARY and get a "BOOKS" SCENE 3 THE 1 SHOW FRI. SCENE 4 THE G ROCHES I ____ in "A SCENE 5 ou5 THE feature. Gibson in "The SCENE 6 two "DRY GOODS" f Jimmy SCENE in "Spring- two-act CARNIVAL OF FUN AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Toiiljlil will bo the big night ;it llio Colonial Tbntra. for il will wit- nitis the stiiglnf of tho blc scunh: Country Store Vo'dvll Nile. In seven distinct Buenos, ringing (rum 5lh St. south to Halt Hardens and Ilemlw- aon Vttk with all Bceiiery, tho event will lio u humdinger from the word M.inager IJrown has about. a dravlomi nf special prices to be dU- tribuli'd lonlslit, anil will not i-on- lout until they are all given iiway. I'ltrons are advised to come early and got u good ieat. show starts sharp at 7 p.m. FINE WEEK END SHOW AT COLONIAL TODAY AND What without question one the shows ever proa- entcd at Colonial Theatre will bo ouereii ionight and Sarurriay, with special matines Saturday. Louiso Hun' in 'A Dangerous Para- a live act, feature, Hoot Gibson in a rousing western drama, "The ami -lipmiy An terry in 1 it BVW YiUfnph dy are some on tho Rood thlnjK on titu hill. EILEEN PERCY IN ROLE OF A HU8IAND HUNTER AT THE KINO't THEATRE What dwlared of ciVit-B to it moat kiniiilQE MTflM onterLilnmfiu in "The Una hand comedy in which William >'oi is. to prwnii his 'beautiful stair. Wlwn PeiT.y, at k'int'R Theatre, opening today. Adujited from Scott 'Kilitervld'a popular story, "Mjrra His Fam- "The. Hiwbwd Hunter" tells Urn story ut a vivacious young aoelety belle, Myra Histlnis, wUo beta out to rapture the heart hand of a man who at the time is a total strang- er.. The man, Kent Whitney, that she is a chronic husband and a plot je laid to defeat her plan. IIow.Myra visits "Whitney's home, meets his "parents" .and then turns tho tables on the plotters in told in exceedingly funny situations, leading up to a surprising climax. In the cuat of clever-players Emory Johnson is the hunted man. Witness in continuing his --f tbat it Tras on Guerin's advice j v U'hlch Pierrots Waddington. Colpmiiu.; tluit he stiiripcl (ho general store at; Granule and Jr.. took! loninus- i hard. D.S.O. IPark, the Mayor's salary and the Postj ho ordered thousands of dollars'! 39th W- Barnacal. i Office Clock, all rendered by Frank; worth or goods from various whole-j 4th February, 1921. Xo. S j Waddineton with a good humored! sale firms. In 1919 Mr. Jbhnston. an; .spirit, fairly brought tho house AT THE COLONIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY (Late Houae of Quality FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE STAR BEAUTIFUL; Eileen Percy In the Rollicking, Fascinating Play, "The Husband Hunter" ADDED ATTRACTIONS SUNSHINE COMEDY, "GUNPOWDER AND and FOX NEWS GOOD MUSIC AT MATINEES. 5c SAT. AFTERNOON. BRING THIS PROGRAM WITH YOU. FRANIC WADDINGTON'S BLACK AND WHITE PIERROTS ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL, AT 8.15 TONIGHT (FRIDAY) LAST TIME PROGRAM Opening Wn'ro Here in Dells of St. Paterson uncl Chora's 1 [umorona ..............Pierrot Frank a.nil Chorus Duakey Maid'' Pierrette Colpuian By Everybody Wee LiUIs Houiio That You Live In" Pierrot Cranny ;ind Chorus Little .Pierrots Waddington, Colpmun, Cranny and Waddlueton, Jr. Pianoforte Prelude in C Minor" Pierrette Eileen Wnddlngtori My Patcrsou aud Chorus IXTERVAL Opening Fair" and Old-fashioned .................................................KveiTlmily Humorous Duet- Pierrette Colnman and Pierrot Frank Kong and Chorus Hveryhody Love Lyric .Pierrot ubllgatu by Pierrot Onff. AVa'Iclinglotil From Yorkshire" Pierrette Coliunan Violin Maria" (SrhubcrH.. .Pierrot (Jeoff. and lOilecn and Pierrot McAlpin Know AVhum tin; Klioa Modiey (introducing "Love Ship" and "fjood- Everybody CJOD KAVK TUB Kl.N'G Waddington, Colpman and Eileen Waddington. SPECIAL SETTINGS AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS Proceeds In aid of No. 4 Troop, Boy Scouts. reserved for tlcketholdtri until 8 o'clock. After thai time no aeatt can be held. ;