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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT ;HE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, IKM; IOWA BANK PAILS TO OPEN ITS DOORS In the world today la "fcttlnj; ut" of grout dally In Marshall Xoibn's latent'ulfwlBK, "flu ;'.1OI'X t'lTV. Iowa. Fob. j and (.let It" tho making of u un-at 1 nion Trust and Savings Hanic. a I city newspaper is truthfully pictured, stain institution, failed to open today, j And it not set studio stuff as every A MS" on the door said tlio bauk had bit of it wag taken in the plant of bcva <-loHcd by order of tho shuo bank oiu- of tho Los Anselos dallies. No statement U has lieeu )ver Tons Increase inj Sales Last Cut Price Mr. A. E. Wilson, sales the JIcQIlllvray Creel; Coal Is quoted-in an inuTviow that unless thore'is a cut in (bo pricoj of Alberta coal und Manitoba market is likely to be 1-' Healers in thatj) rovinco autioipate a) cut in American coal and for that j reason arc not likely to stock up i Alberta coal next summer. The propaganda conducted by the; provincial government in making tests in Winnipeg has proved beyond expectation's. The in-1 in the amount' of coal sold in Manitoba ill 1920 over IDlfl was in the .-nbuHiood of 220.000 tons and at -lie present time Alberta coal has gained a preference over the American product, which position, Mr. Wilson claims, will be hard to hold unlep There is a drop in the prices. There is talk of the- provincial goy- eminent stopping the tests in mm RECEIVED BY Feb. Hi.--diaries .H. i' sclnvab was received by 1'opo Hone-! Hct a' a most cordial aluUenro here j oday. The highly praised tho iity shown by tbt'1 riijn naiion, as well as by imlivi- j and was greatly Inter- I :'U' suu'l maker's views States. Marshall Neilan's "Go And Get If Has Appropriate Title luiiion to or Bwt Krrol. while his voice, u remarktbk gonulne falsoHo anil artistry wuitW deceive moat it Quite the matt fascinating female creation any Mon- treal ttago has seen In Kovg portrayal la the BKIICO ot refinement, la ges- ture, in and in pictorial qual- ity it ia u remarkable udilorcmcnt." Such pruUrt from a critic of Mr. Powell's wldn eiporipucc. Ir, t-nough to turn tho head of most Kills; how- ever. is un luiassiimtaa; fellow, roritf of out-door ;aports, preferring to lie ouo of tho gang, rather than an individual star. am ntuprOcd ptitor and ou the may Imaflnecl too, when REX REACH SCORES GREAT "SUCCISS WITH "GOING SOME" AT THE KINGS In turning from red bliAded drama Packed House Sure to Greet Dumbells on Return Engagement When tho Dumbells of overseas- fame return to the Mnjesik- on Eatur- new and alluring angle in day night playhis their Gohlvryn-Bcj; Boacb Kminent Authors ail tiio o'd Production, ''Going Some." based up- nanuger of the loarna that bin ID the mlrlyter's bedroom. Jai'k has [he of and newcomer to motion the, circus mana- ger. Stauton Ileck ID seen MS a hiuky villaw, and RORU Ourc. (irim- aiins and Dorothea Wolbort aro amiiS' Ing vlllafro types. Two spirited boys of tho kind called "naughty" but real- ly only misohiovous, are played by Martin Xellan and Keovcs Kafon, Jr. Tho latter is the son of Hoevos Eason, rho dlroeted tho picture, and who was i fortunate in being able to secure thi- nnest circus atmosphere shown ou the screau in sonic time. Every feature of the canvas exhibi- tion, from its dressing tent to the sideshow and from its menagerie to been repro- with mar- Mi u-uiii u people the Maraud ur ono of tho Bt'elles. watching: mammoth gas bag. :ory is by J. U. Glesy, aud Phll- -u made the screen adaptation. "THE MUTINY Or THI COMING TO COLONIAL FRIDAY AND THIS WEEK Mnllnjr on the high ut ed by the mutter jxm of the Juck lAiudon pluturlaed for tho by tho Metro aintar be Iho forthcoming at thu Colonial theatre on Friday and Satur- day this week, with a uneclul on Saturday for tho kiddles, when "The Mutiny of thn Klslnoro" is owi1.. .lack Ijindon lias written a Btirrlns story of Ike high .seas and tbo utroiiK men that attl on them. "Tho Muting of thu Klitooro" will an one of the plcj turei by Ibunu ,wbo noa It. GALA FUN i NIGHT TONIGHT, No DUD cun to nuntour nilKlit ut tlie Kbigs Thentrw toulgbt.! It is 4 ouro for the blueu audi In addition to the amateur contest, Hex licuch'ii famoiiH story, "UoiuR Somo." will bo sbowu for tlio last L'onia und urins tlio wliolu! family. SPLENDID OUTPUT OF COAL IN PASS MINES Tlia McGillivray and lutcrnation- .i! mines at are v.-r.rking short time, the litter days in tlic week and the for HUT throe days. have been no meetings held by the P ees. who arc satisfied with con nt ions, with thai esception tin short time. In the International mines there men employed, with :i to a1 output, for tho.week ending Feb- ruary 5th, tons. Ir. the McGillvray mino there are men employed, with an output for the week ending February uth ot tons. The West Canadian Collieries, at tlie Green Hill mine Blairmore, have 400 men, with an output for the week of tons, making the total weekly output for the Pass from these, mines of 61U13 tons. including "Pirate .ediej Tvill also "be. i tt l i 1 mpress, beginning tomorrow. is I ir t. National attraction. When a mysterious crimp been committed and the entire city is ou its foes Tor the riots and o en d arc great mc.i iViMo.i he made such a hit i.- j taken at his own estimate as a tho Jl'-O show. This, with champion sprinter by a lot or cowboys 1 WIIR-.I i-: tne popular rage here, and _ who have lost their to the fast- I fxas Way." a oatchy ball.ul.! footed cook of a rival They! wjll !ii liseli draw inanw wi'Ji whom SPizo umn IfaAfr with tho' youvgcr Plunuctt is a prime avidity of miser for a has of gold, rue new revue is modelled along j they are so impress-nl they draw GOOD HEALTH LOOKING AFTER BOWELS i have the story, .nd such Is the case in th.e new Connelly is told !ifo behind the lines in Franc.. a FrcncXestaminet as .the ser-ue with The a splendidly staged episode of last i picture. KNOWS OF MONTREAL MURDER MONTREAL, Feb. A. II. Mayer, a man ot 3S, arrested by the AVestinount police Saturday and held as a vagrant yesterday, recognized iho axe with which ,the.. murder of Adeline Malherbe of Westmount was committed on the'night of February t. Ho claimed it had been given him by two young men some tiras ago and he had since thrown it away. Xnp from au overcoat on the handle of the axe is stated to correspond wiih the nap of tho overcoat .01! Mayer's. OL a series of most mysterious crimes lllon and told to get the story. After a lot i Oneness Entertains." or the most fascinating and exciting L, tnorc ls Mr- Ross Hamilton. adventures Connelly not only returns le 'Jlarjorle" known to every with the story, but he gets the beau-: Canadian soldier as the best loved tit'ul mystery girl as well. It's SOME "Marjorie's'' fame is no longer limited Ij) th.: C.E.F., be- cause last season's tour is a record oE one conquest after another. Mr. S. Morgan tho noted dramatic of the. Montreal Daily star, in a criticism of the "Dumbells" perform- ance in that city, whore they played three weeks to tho biggest business ever done by any two dollar attrac- tion, said of "I have no hesitation in saying that Ross Ham- he may not be such a great racer after all, there's" hell a popping to a hot and unexpected finish. GREAT CIRCUS PLAY AT THE I COLONIAL TODAY AND THURS. _ mo'10U "r. twlco a "He TP; ra ,half. "'s of j.c caused by allowing the bowel: to get into a cousfcpate-1 i.ondlticin When the bowels are allowed to becurao constipated, the stomach gets cut or order, and the liver does not do its work properly on account oi holding back the- tile so that it doe', not pass through tho bowels, but Is allowed to get Into tho blooj thus wing a poisoning of tbo whole tern. If you would escape, loi.stipatton, sick and btllous headaches, I-eartburn KDecka bof ibe in-es, cat'.' THE MONSTER WITH A MAN'S BRAIN Marshall Xeilun in his latest photo- "Uo and Get It." released through the Kirst National and com- ing to' the Empress tomorrow, has shown ua what might occur if some great monster wjth uncanny strength Home-made cakes jelly and fried chicken! and entrant Tt "was a aur- ert toi'gue, foul hrea'.h: nasU- prise party for tho minister, but the "surprisers" were the most surprised. They might as well have chicken home, thev found. irritating, bleeding, Itching arfd pro- tuding Diles, yon should keep your liver stirred up by the use of 'jilil- bnrn'g Laxa-Liver Pills. left the These pills, being purely vegetable, The min- j keep -your liver working actively, help- iiuini., uu uiui- i -jum it. wurKUlJJ nctivetv, netfr Istcr already had she wore [ing it. to.resume its proper fuiictious. and a mbn's brain should turned loose in some big In the Neilan iltou proves himself a female iuiper picture some amazing and thrilling sonator superior in make-up and things occur before the monster finally killed. SURGEONS AND SCIENTISTS PUZZLED The transference of the brain ot human to the skull 01! a gorilla in j -Marshall Neilan's newspaper photo-' play, "Go and Get at tho Empress tomorrow, has caused much discus- sion among local surgeons and scien- tists. Tula is one of the most amaz- tights! "Pink which comes to the Colonial Theatre today and Thursday, is the story of A beautiful circus queen, played by the charming Gladys Wal- ton, whose parachute lands her on the NEW YORK NEEDLE I WORKERS GO BACKJ "lg P'cturei seen m XEW flve' THEB hundred small mai.iifactiirers ofj waists and dressey in this city resnm-1 oil operations today whon iit'teen; thousand of the union needle workers who went on strike last to enforce standardized condit- ions in the garment industry, returned; to their work. Officials of the union announced that the other strikers resume work as fast as thu man- ufacturers signed agreements -with; the union. SHOWN ON THE SCREEN One of the most interesting things ELIMINATE WASTE SYRACUSE, X. Y., Feb. pointment of a committee of noted i engineers to eliminate waste }n United States industry was included in the opening business here the convention of the American Eng- ineering council. Herbert Hoover, president of the council, said the'com- mittee would be directed to mako a national assay of waste. Xearly engineers throughout the truitcd States will ho called upon to aid. I BLAMES BAD MILK FOR MUCH TUBERCULOSIS WINNIPEG, Feb. per cent, of the tuberculosis, in per- sons under 15 years of age. Is doe to bovine sources, Dr. "W. A. Shoultz, of oovme sources, ur. w A. anoints, ot- of the El.inore-will the provincial board ot health, told a b, ,t the Colonial on Frid.v convention of Tvomens' institutes this afternoon. be ahowir at .the Colonial on Friday I and Saturday this week. I COLONIAL-TODAY AND THURS. SPECIAL ATTRACTION "CIRCUS DAY IN ALL ITS GLORY" UNIVERSAL featuring GLADYS WALTON A fascinating story of circus life and of a littls circus para- chute jumper whose abbreviated attire stirs the wrath of the puri- tanical villagers, and when she drops, practically out of the sky, on the rocf of the parsonage. "Am I v Bray "Pirate Gold" Concert Orchestra USUAL 45c; CHILDREN 10c. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "THE MUTINY OF THE ELSINORE" JACK LONDON'S GREAT SEA STORY. FOUR MINERS DEAD RESULT OF EXPLOSION i BVANSVILLB, IncJ., Feb. 1 miners are dead as a result ot nn ex-! liloslon today'in the Liberty Coal mlue I TL east of S and the bilo that is circulating in-the blood and poison- ing the whole system. Mrs. H: Barrows, EnfleltT. N. S., was troubled with headaches and constipation. sick Ono day a friend told me of Mllburn's Laxa-Uver Pills. -I got two vials, and.found they did me a world' of sood. I therefore have great faith' in Laia-Ijlver Pills arc '25c. a vial, at all dealers or mailed direct i on .-receipt of price by The T. Jililburu j Co., Toronto, tisement. LAST TIME WASHBURN in "THE AMATEUR DEMON" Tepica of the Day, Paramount Magazine; and a Hamilton, ,Ont., film, Canada-made. "tv' "at tht! Thwtre Thurs ING'S THEATRC DIRECTION OF VETERANS llniateup Contest Tonlqlit REX BEACH'S FAMOUS STORY "GOING SOME" cleanest apd best show in town, and all on one program. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TOM MIX in "FAME AND FORTUNE" PRICES GOOD MUSIC CHAMBERLAIN'S near .Francisco, 30 miles northeas. here. The rnina is reported aiire. British Ambassador At Washington Contemplates A Trip to the' West A cough medicine for children be harmless. It should be pleasant to talie. U should be effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ia all ot la an honest dependable medicine and is Iho mother's favorite every- where. Cb.imberlam's by is a friend in 35c and 65c COUGH REMEDY CORNS Lift Right Off i I .without Pain riRlc: Drop a little "FroBzullc" on iiHiliiK corn, instantly that is Imrtiup-. thon shortly you HTJ, H rislit off iviih liiiRorii. Doesn't hurl a bit. Your soils u tiny boltlf of for a few iTiitH, sulIiciL-lit In remove nvi-ry hard rorn, soft com, or corn (ho and ONE NIGHT ONLY MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT ENTIRELY AIC NOVEL MUSICAL REVUE GREAT CAST SOLDIER IN THEIR SECOND EDITION OF NO SATURDAY MATINEE 75c, 11.50, SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG 4 RAWORTH'S EMPRESS 3 DAYS....... STARTING TOMORROW The World's Greatest Newspaper WESLEY "FRECKLES" BARRY the live wire copy boy of the Gazette, wasn't much to look at when it came to brains and quick thinking this kid was a bear, and when the City Editor told Dinty's friend, the young reporter, to "GO AND GET IT" HE'S A BEWILDEREO "ONE" OF A THOUSAND THRILLS AND SURPRISES IN _ MARSHALL A Kiot of Romance and Realism Routed out of the Routine of a Great Daily Paper. SENSATIONAL PICTURE OF THE CHIVALRY, STRIFE, EXCITEMENT AND DANGERS OF A NEWSPAPER REPORTER'S LIFE. i ;