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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE IiETRRRinOE HAW HWJ6AID KIUDAY. KKUHL'AHV It. 1'J21 SANGUIDO FARMER KILLS WIFE: SUICIDES KDMOXTO.V, Feb. 11.-Word hHK boon received at Alberta provln- I'iiU polu'o headquarters that Win, .tiirvis. u rjtmier of SauKuhlo, had shot ami killed his wife. i-omniitUnj; suioidu shortly afterward. The double tragedy took pluce at an early hour tlii s mnrniuK but do tat Is arc still lucking ;it hpiuhpuirlorn owing to tho 5 telephone connections out oi ordrr. J Constable Colion. who is in charge Does Not Believe "Official A at Rouhfort. Crowd Hum Farmer's Tent wnd mal" And Tells What Changes Expected has ht'tMi sout to the scene. PHI IFF CASE OTTAWA, Feb. .Journal on Us front page this afternoon says: "Notwithstanding that the Cana- dian Press carries what purports In Ite an official denial thai cabinet re- organization is under consideration, and will be in the near future, the Journal cam atate on reli- able authority that reorganization conferences are in progress and may be consummated within ;i few days. It is understood that, according to rX S'-j of Case From Defend-, Stables and Shoot Animate at Red Deer JtlvD DKEfi. Feb. 11.--Charged .vith maiir'laii.uiitcr iu coiini'ction with the death of Chester Woolley, a. lad Loucheur Views on Germany Mutt I'AKIS, Feb. Loucheur, minister of the liberated rtg- Premier Briaud and tKe oilier of tho allied supreme funnel! In fixing- tho German repar- ations, to the Associated Press today hU definition of Ger- many's payment of her exports. "It that tho terms of the var- iable annuity of 13 per cent, on ex- ports IB Imperfectly understood he eaU. "It never has been the (mention to create, or oblige Ger- many to create, a tax npou exports. What was loufht was to establish Germany's capacity for payment. Therefore wn divided I ho annuity Into COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT It's the family night at the Colonial Theatre ..tonight, for it's Country Store Vodvll Nile with all its fun :uid Over worth of prises will, he given away tonight. A bumper show will bo offered to- .ullbt and Saturday. Tho headline attraction will be "Whon lleareat Went a six act super special feature. Another of the popular Mounttd Mlw giortos is also' on hand for the week-end, this being "When the Devil one of tho urcat Red Rider series. "The Kent a screamingly funny Vitagraph comedy will add the luushs to the bill. ,.___ one fixed, i? an irre- 'fl Kd'ivanl' his i dilclble minimum which been M-i committed for trial at the tablished upon figures close to, al retire, a new dep ment of soldiers' welfare, including pensions aud soldier laud settlement will be created, and Bii> new minlt- lers, three with portfolios, will be added to the ministry. "It is further understood thM two ant's Side of it is Told in Court With very little further devMop menlE. the plaintiff's case in the ac close of the new nimisterswlll be from the tion of Schwartz vs. Guerin .-.vest, two from Quebec, and two SBOMlv aftel. u OI, Ontario. A comlM morning, with the opening of the de- irom Ontario wilt also be appointed. (enre bv n B Beimetti K. a The maritime province repraHiita-; Ust nn in the will remain I jialntlff's case, whose evidence was conclusion of the preliminary hearing today by Magistrate Lawrence. Under the escort of the Alberta, pro- vincial police, the accused were re- moved to Fort Saskatchewan to await their trial, which will he held at, Red Deer in September. Youus; Woolley. who was employed on the Kainey farm, u few miles from town, was removed to the hospital j here a week ugo> suffering from a t series of small wounds and bruises with his body emaciated as the i result oi' malnutrition. He died three hours after being admitted. 1! The death of the young lad lias itirraU the town and district and dur- ing the past week feeling lias ruu high. On Saturday night last, follow- though below those prepared by the United States experts during the peace conference, which always have been regarded as the least Germany must pay. "The second part the annuity, called the variable, is to be calculated at the close of each six months per- iod by taking 12 per-cent, of the total exports during the six months." Xo tax was to be laid upon any specific export nor were exporty to the different countries taken into con- sideration, said M. Loucheur. It was simply a percentage of .the global fig- ure ql' Germany's foreign sales. "In a word, it is a method of calculating tho annuity npon Germany's economic II. Loucheur asserted. resumed from the previous afternoon, I for the boy's condition, then- tent and ASK FOR EXPENSES OF xr. Sehlenter. a clerk in Sch- j stables were destroyed by fire and BOARD OF COMMERCE j warU's stare at Milk River. His ex- their cattle and animals shot. avinailou and cross-examination Were I CUTAWA. Feb. Cmadiau chiefly directed In retard to the date! HIIW Arcbambault (Chain-.; August 25th. He held that the DOMINION TAKfc blyAercberefc, hks not lost Interest j wna.n the mortgages and receipt In the m the board of commerce becajiae of were signed was prior to Angus! ihe demise of that body officially. Mr. 25lbj He nied the dato August J5th notice ing the verdict of the coroner's jury "Ail the experts during tae .peace con- i which held the Haineya rssponsible fereace in 1919 agreed that payment Archambault given notice Uiat he will ask iu the house of commons for A statement as -to the expenses incurred in connec- tion with the board from its incep- tion to the preseut time. RAILWAYS FROM UNDER COMMISSIONER'S HAND? of an indemnity beyond a certain min- imum must be closely related to the economic expansion of Germany and declared that one of the best indexes J was the volume of exports. To sum- jmarize, it is not a tax upon exports; it is a simple meaus of calcination. Any otbev interpretation giveu by the German press is misleading." WONDERFUL PASSION DANCE IN FAERAR'S LATEST FILM RELEASE Thjs latest of Geruldine Farrar stories, "The Woman and tho Puppet." showing today at the King's is -the joint work of two masters' of drama, Pierre Louys and Wterre Kronduw. authors'of the luxurious, colorful and poetic drama, presented by the Century Theatre of Xew York this season, and acclaimed the most artistic play of. the season. "The "Woman and the Puppet" is the adaption of a fambns play ivllich .stirred Paris'to its deptts. It offers Gevaldlno Farrar a tempestuous, color- ful Spanish.tUnner of moods and passions, temperamental, hot- blooded, ivild and tho man she had dangled like a puppet, turns and tames her with a blow. Lavishly staged, spectacular in its rich, exotic Spanish atmosphere, and ji directed hy Itofluald Marker. "The and the offers enter- tainment ol' an unusually high order. EXTkA GOOD VAUDEVILLE BILL AT COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY JCvery in a while on every vaudovillo circuit in the country u hill U sent over the circuit that shines out above all others. Whether this Is accidental, or deliberately planned by circuit hooking offices an open question, buL it is a fact that the specially shows seem to stimulate Interest in whatever vaude- ville circuit incident happens. An instauco of thin will be witnessed at 'the Colonial Theatre on Monday and Tuesday next when the special Hippodrome road show will be pres- ented, marred on the hill arX the Fairlleld Trio, who present a magm- OTTAWA, Feb. Canadian as being the day ut which Nelson, who brought la the cattle purchased by Schwartz, came to the store. In this: An important constitutional so far as his presence in the' store i miestion will come up for argument went be corroborated the evidence I before the supreme court next week previously given by Nelson. Witness on a reforeuua by the board of railway deposed that on the occasion in which! commissioners to the supreme court! it Is alleged hy the plaintiff that the I to determine whether the parliament! and mortgages were signed at of Canada has power to enact provis- II Milk River he saw Mrs. Schwartz in i tears iu the office. He did not see [the receipt until the summer of 1920 when it was found after it- was lost by Schwartz, and was shown him by the atter in History of Sweet Grass Bank Mr. Bennett in opening the case for Guerin said that the' action was found- ed on rumor and gossip and on infor- iona of the railway act of 1919 declar- ing certain classes of railways to be for. the general advantage of Canada and thereby brought, under federal jurisdiction. j The case arises on an application by the British Columbia Ele Rai: by lilt: jsriLiau i ihvay to have certain rates fixew the board of railway commission- j ers. The of Vancouver arid the i city of New Westminster object to rd of railway commissioners xlng these rates, contending that the Hudson Bay Boats Built to Look After Company's Busi- ness First horn .1 moing to the Slat.. hp made his home in section of the Railway Act in question V'nnLT. He returaed to ftnida is the Power the federal "a'- MOTHER! "California Syrup Of FigS" j Montana regards mortgages and Best Laxative1 Aeapt Syrup of Figs very wel- coine. The company are a clever afgregalton of players, and iippeur to the best advantage in "The Ne-.v Minuter." -Saturday night tho company wilt present "Snue Harhor." a (our uri drama of the New Rnclinri qpam. WATCH for great Hippodrome Vaudeville Show at the Colonial. You'll see the best bill of the All Dwlx-m loo, kox. or ThS Twwntt. "The Woman and the Puppet" NOTE I A wonder thrill in this pic- GERALDINE FARRAR in THE PASSION DANCE Latest Fox and-a Side-Splitting Comedy POPULAR PRICES GOOD-MUSIC MAJESTIC NEXT MONDAY EVENING Feb. 14 At 8.30 THE UKRAINIAN DRAMATIC SOCIETY prtMnt their native drami of the sirugn'e of the Ukrainian pemantt with landlord! and czaricm. COMPANY OF PEOPLE Native longs, dances, and choruies. SOc, 7Sc, and THE FAMILY SHOW -TONIGHT- THE BIG NIGHT COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE in Prizes Given Away -COLONIAL- COME EARLY you'll SOME thow, too. BRING THE FAMILY WHOLE EM PR ESC THOMAS H.INCE E N ID BENNE i'THEWOMAI un the SUI1 Here for the Time Tonight MARYPICKFORD IN t LOOK will be a special Children's Pickforcl Matinee at 11 a.m. tomorrow (Sat- C _ Feb. DC ALL PARENTS ACCOMPANYING CHILDREN WILL ONLY BE CHARGED 25 CENTS. This Is positively Mary's last appearance in "Pollyanna." Maude Henderson "OUR NEW MINISTER By Dtnman Thompson, A greater pljy thtn "The Old A companion play to "Shore" Acres" COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTION Entire orchestra floor Balcony, 75c and SOc. on salt at Arm- strong and Raworth'a NOW, ;