Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
1'ACE EIGHT THE LETHBKIDGK DAILY HERALD FIUIUY, is, LEAGUE NATIONS L Hon. N. W. Kowell. Speaking on Throne Dehaio Tolls is Beinsr Accomplished OTTAWA, IVh. is. L'oiitinutuir the dress, Hon. N. Uo nuon uildrussi'd tlio tio on thy work of i'roviously. puinied df sta ;ill lo idoji. vnitl Mr. Unwell, luul n.iiidiis to form alliances uUt'-r thus oft'sritinn r ulliarees preserving whal iiurvvn tho balaiK-o of power. of this policy was iin of ihi1 Krcat war uhich had J.'CU flUlldlt. aliitiule of the that should look on every oth- lii.'t: a friend and natinu-- sluiubl band (iiili.'i'to iu inier- uial disputes between ua- had ti.'cn purely and simply th'1 i if nations directly involved. ,-vt'f. iho world bad tn the war. or the threat uf luul its I'fl'ect on i. league of Natiiins had cneral jui'i.-iiiction over di EXPERTS TAKE A Called in To "Talk About Type- writing hi "Famous" Keceipl t more ur loss than the tho eunipalKii stavU-il trades unions ot (his country. Luhor, national tratio union moveiurnt. hint aecomplished much for the toilers of and other ho said, an.! would not lightly relituiuiyh what, j it had ruined, nor it eGtinlen- i jam-.o tho vc'iled which botii in Canada and the I'nited States tn create "open nhon" I'iitiditiotis utilch would nn'au tbe uis- riiptiun of the union uioveinent, Fl-NERAL OF LATK MR. JENNINGS ON TUESDAY >f lertaliutH'Mt ofl'ered the boys in KiMtiru and hiler to tlfit thuatrtMioors 10 of Canada. A Wt: feature uf tho imw nlmw In a Oii-U-li of Wo IK'hind thu UIIUH by .lin-K Imvo loft [liu imvn to hoconio part tin: u now unu. Tom Mix tho caumt of tho new town, ami whuti tlio leatU-r of tho old santf triufl to sU'ui iho hero IOVOK, surtos ut' tights that, stiuxi nut rvt-n days of huroUiu, tooth ivul mid u rid real, TOM MIX HURT IN MAKING PLAY Tom tii Hll- nu In ti .sild he intend i i ails. Any necessary (ju inurt! properly be put ;'ur tlio wer-- nmi I'p iu i he presenr turn won; cadi nation h. mi every other :L> a r.'al or imiential enemy. A nation it'll com- pelled pniu-ct ajraiusi u-ression by ereeLnii; works of defense, by up armies and navies, by MOTHER: "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative li as reparation by ivt'H many: crjnifs of ili-rimm in juri.-d ie of ih" Mipr-'iiie co'.r.u il. 'I'll-1 primary purpose of thf inn. tl, pivst'rve peace by piwui.t hr; '.veil ami providing other ui'-' for ib'- of international or. nispure-i. n had other minor ob- 'oin- j jt'cts. Dealing with tbe work ci' the assembly ai the recent meeting iu liem'va, Mr. Kou-eil said Sir (ieorgi1 Hosier, hnad of the Canadian delegation, had been chosen as one of vHo-prosidontd to head one of the six commissions r.f the nspembly. A. II. Mi-Master (llrumf ed a question as to the political nature of the in the assembly. Pre- sumably orieli delefttion would be expected to vote in support the policy oi the government in power a pitch of interest on Kridny iiioir.intf. win a th" evidence ol' experts wa-: in ivpani to ilie receipt which i- a important 1'cauiro of tli'- This is in reference to the addition of tho words. "If loan cannot obtained i he mortgages will b.1 returned to tlie in or las; or.-." tleiiL of tbe tiitrbutt Bupine.-rf Colleges, wiincs.- for the- defence, resumed. U" stated that tlio words in question. Mix. ir.tn'pid portrayer oi' Wi-stern ndon, had t-.vu nurrovi capos I'roni soi'ioiH injury wliilo ('in- in tlio ni'w.'st l-'os Idpluy, and hr- IiiK filniml. us tho hero, htul on- sagetl tho orookott sheriff in it lisht iii a courtroom. Mix ciumht liiiu willi so hard a, iihnv that SiioriA' turned a lorward somorsaull, with tlu1 spur. I'omini; from behind, ilaolf into tho sido of Mix's faco iiboiu au eighth of tin inoh from his riidit oyo. U happctuul so qniokly. thai Mix VICTORIA, Feb. IS.--Tho iT.-nialns of .Milton U. Jcnuirurs. maiiagUiK-div- :ector uud editor of the KUmouton .lournal. who died hcare AVednesday, leave Victoria tomorrow Kd-1 unable to iret cnii of tho way. iimuuoi: where tho funeral will 1m] Hhowins his indomitable jilw-U. "Mix hulil at, three o'clock next Tuesday af- continued tho scent-, with even a more Ill-moon. Services will bo liaxanlous stunt to perform. He had !at Christ Church cathedral, Kdmun-1 to divei through :i plate glasrf window. i ton. I Mrs. Mrs, I mother, and .1. II. j When he arose, it was discovered that Sheldon, her I lie hail had his nose skinned with a ods, managing- Jasgeil piece, or glass." v Herald will! 'Director Reynolds thonglit litat his al ,ia 1U11, the same inn j and by tin j reason for this sam-1 evenness won! both hiue or a similar one. s-aino operator. ,MS there was not the as there was in the preceding and whieli appear i the receipt and the carbon TH "per cent" were twice, apparently for the put- f the correct alignment, wen: two impressions on tho and only one on the carbon The paper was taken out of the Country. Mr. Ilowell replied i typewriter, and put baclc in its proper that while the chairman of the dele-! place for the purpose of adding the Cation represents his government r.ml words on the. receipt which do not consequently his government's show on the carbon copy. The addi- ihere was nothing to prevcr.t other: t ion would require a fairly good typist members of the delegation inff as they saw fit. from vut-, to make it. Expert For Plaintiff For the plaintiff Mr. TVade of the School save evidence us an PX- pc-ri. in typewriting. He said that tho i Carbon an exart copy of the re- ecdpt as. far as it wont. The two docu-: monts ytiporiinposcd exactly in what Boy Screen Actor Scores in the New Marshall Neilaii Newspaper Film Wesley Proves To Be One of Its Big Ability. "FAME AND FORTUNE" IS THRILLING DRAMA AT EMPRESS An extremely interesting and thrill- I ins picture fame to tlie Kintr's Thea- j ire yesterday, with Tom Mix as tin1 btiir. Tho pluy, ''Fame and I is the best ihins Tom Mil has yt-t. The story of a young man who, i born in tin; wildest part of the woods.. suffers trnm tho roving spirit. Al'iei" j years of wandering ho retnrn.s hojiu; to find his father dead and an effort being made to cheat him of his ir.- lierltancu. Tho conspirators- try inci- I don't ally to murder him, but he es- capes and falls into the hands of a i young woman who nurses him back to life and with whom ho falls in love. But tUo real activity of the play is .centred around a- group of men who I Accept "California1' Syrup oC Figs lor the name California 03 rbe package, tlieii you arc Kuro your ..'hild is haying the bast and mos: imruiless physic for the stoni-icli, Kver and bowels. Children love 513 .Managers Will Only Make Loans of Money tp Men Who Use Good Methods the Marshall Demonstration TOMORROW invite all our customyrs and others to visit our store aiul try the (favor oC these goods. R. B. DONALDSON 801 9TH AVE. S. PHONE 1150. Su many "child OL' the ihey corresponded in. but there was boy type have dn-vn in slight variation of alignment as if; motion pictures of ivvnt years that referred to the addition ivhieh appears the average patron m tho cinema has 'iu the original receipt The addition, j begun to associate the various "Little liri his opinion, was made on the "Willies" and "Baby Harolds" pro- typewriter on which the receipt was Cammed, as angelic faced cherubs [originally mado. The carbon copy with halos of golden locks surmoimt- Iwas removed before the addition -was, their innocent heads, mado to the receipt. The comma ap-; What then will be their relief 'pears on the receipt and not on copy. watching little Wesley Barry In what was regarded to be sus-: precocious copy boy in the examination ot Mr.'Allan's forceful newspaper photo- Gurbuu. that the addition was mado "Go And Get It." By no stretch bv William Schwartz Mr. Wade wu; of imagination could one classify Wes- showu by Mr. Harris specimens of ley among the beauty prize winners tvpewritmK done by him (W. Sen- juvenile filmdom. But thid handicap wanz) and save it as his opinion by not worrying tiiis a the comparisons that W. Schwartz ljit- Dcnvii in his innermost subeon- was not the author. He particularly jcioua sclt, young Barry knows that ..directed attention to the fact that W has what a lot of others haven't- 1 Schwartz alwavs inserted the letters .the to UBe and "th" after the number of the great things dates, while In the addition to the Fanners attending the "Byiier; Farming Conference" here Friday j were entertained ui luncheon by the, l.ethbrUlge Trade and heard some straight on the outlook for this year. U. .1. Dinning. the ot twolvo if he sticks to of the hoard and man- "ugust ''5 tllp Ilittllrc contin.iRs to am.-r of tlie Lethbriage branch of the Um Tho toll'h on prpgreas aa he has in the past. Barry additional words'on the receipt was the character of tho than that on what preceded irucklod-iaced wonder of the Harbor stop loamnu money to the mm t was no carhon City Gazette, is one of the hrigtest 1 .f i spots iu this .Neilan masterpiece of uncier it. Previous to the examination of the two witnesses, Mrs. went into tho witness box and deposed that she was in Edmonton between August 2iiud September 17th. Bank of Commerce Witness Mr. Thompson, accountant of tlifi Bank of Commerce, Milk River, was on the witness stand on Thursday af- U-rnooa. and was examined as to the iniiisaciions of Schwartz with tho hank. Loans to the extent of were raado by the bank to Schwartz. Asked as to the reputation Schwartz being brought into contact with the ha th t t fcnow city and with Wils outsWc hut ilerchants Bank, told the fanners tlnit tlie time is here when the banks! who ''scratches his seed in." G. M. Marnoch, president of the board, welcomed the delegates to the luncheon and spoke of the great bene- fits that such a conference as that in die K.P. hall, today, presents and j it was a preliminary to the weedj1 i special campaign. Fanners, he saitl. over the districts in Manitoba and I Saskatchewan, have heen rrayersed by tiie weft'T special, agree i that most of the problems facing them are the aftermath of the war. A significant point of the coufer- the fact that the fanners are iu t Whenever Dintv- is in 1S Uier a lftUSl a Tlie transference of tbe brain of a. human to the skull of a gorilla in -MarsluiU Neilan's newspaper plioio- play, "Oo And Get ut the Empress, has caused much discussion among local surgeons and scientists. This is one the most amazing pictures seen in aomo time. ......nessnieii of he was regarded outside hut so and every br.u.di is desmoua of se-1 lho loanBs woro he athcnvlse. cunng advico trom tho others. gh ,ft. y fch u Tho community wants to get f a fftw h best out of the united efforts ,of K was iyo ll j t n KCizure3 marto t n KCzure3 mao ivtnz'i these classes. Caution is advised the tv to creilltor fanner who wants to and main- of what was real- i his outfit to work permanency. There can bo nothing! t'or tlio community at Inrge unless; j tlieru i.-i perniaueucy. Mr. Marnoch j appealed to the farmers noil buainess men in bfi prepared for tho worst itmi I j to bft Hblo to take advantage of ihc! Tlie are comiuy, llouray Keep a Body Well Good jam is u tonic na- ture puts up us. Fruxli fruits are t'uli of iron and salts that a body needs. QUAKER JAM is th'i fresh fruits of KiiiUDior pnjservtjd with white I'imi! llic purity is DOMINION CANNERS B.C.LTD. HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER, B. C. Want to Know In opeuinK hia address Mr. pointed nut that he not its au accredited represyuta- live ut" tliR b.'suks oi" the city but i ;i.-i ;i private individual with many years' banking experience. 1 pe.ojtle, he said, hav-f- formed tho on- iniun that the bankers wish fo dic- to tho farmers. That is tho last thins; ;i wants to du but j banker Iras a riirlit to know tho nieth- 1 odi-: pmployod by farmer to whom he 1 bus loaned money. I Thi: :-pfaker the placing i of ;in export on soil questions in l.eibbrtdce. who would have two or aPriistutits. Tho duly of Thes..- iiieu would IKV to travel around country visinnjr Cartucrs who vtHjueHi fitdvii-o. iir- n> W. U. j r.'jlrt-fld. ol' tin- Dominion 1 KKUTiuifUfiil as courlrtsy and i 1 Mr, bas recovered irom' hooniy! Saturday should be a Holiday, j IMS I'uiniing. out has been ndvi-seri by'. Captain JMunketr, ;uid his all-star tho doctor to remain in bed. H isjgregation ut soldiur-actors are now on- that eviilriir-e will be tak-j their .second conat to coast tour OL j en in his bedroom, if it is desired that; the joyous rovue, "Biff, it should be coiitinued. I Jiang" at the '.Ljestii: thestre Satur- j day iiitfht only. by tho reception accorded it.liis wnmif rfnl Ininr.b ot taltiut on 1 their visit IIP re last year, there will bi'! a "irand i nsii for tb'i box utlicu 'lYoiii (ill Saturday night. The new show staged' iilunji similar to the en-. The trial reached its in Friday. Canadian Labor Will Fight Open Shop Movement Tom Moore Declares Canadian Employers Trying to Fol- low If. S. Lead JU THEATRE LI TODAY AND TOMORROW NOW GOING OVER BIG MARSHALL NEILAN PRESENTS THE MOST SENSATIONAL AND FASCINATING ROMANCE OF NEWSPAPER LIFE EVER PICTURED GO AND GET IT 100% ACTION THRIUtS 'Q SUSPENSE Also Abundance of Comedy LOOK, KIDDIES 5c super-special will bo shown at the Fat. utturnoou matinee (or only WESLEY BARRY, THE JUVENILE STAR, IN HIS BEST ROLE. OTTAWA. Fel drop buildiujr costs was pi'i'ilicit-il fd and mill miiny lasl night by J. M. nx- ke advantage, of his! pre.Mrtfnt of Hamilton. Out.. KMvlodjif und fxperinnco. bniueh of the t'anadiii.n liuildins and Mr. I'iuuii'Lf h'.iiil Jjeljevr-.-i I'ann-i association hero s are far-mini; Um miif.h land. Thninlphi. IL of this i'< iiiai. noun tho land N. J. Kennody, president oi" thr Ttuilding Kmijloyri'o' associjtioi! oi DP t roil, ib'cJareO [hat the 1'iiitcd H talc-5 "h.i'I bf'f'ii i-im 1'or t.b" pusf four and a half years by Samuel Gom- and that the last election waii uiitudut'! to thiif. the people v.-cro tired of Imiiif? dominated hy thn Anierii'tni Knderatiou of Labor.'' "Why did nut Mr. Kennedy put a.-idn all camoiiMaKC; am! come out in the Instigators of do i IK funned i the pouhlons r.f Uonth Mr. fmirtir.. Jiavu loo itt'idi ;tt s I lierta to up. IVpmy A. fraii; I h hi to i 1 in ;--aiil ibn brinks! 1 ilJ MMltlKTll Al-i tahlo i of Ilie aisled, of tli.! MiinsfiM- ui H. spok-; for a Me iiHt all by their mrils oil th" r.d tn tills inruiiUT the fanners v.-nuld If- un-atly [In u-antrf t get branch j iho open as one of the 'the movement, slarted i Si.ate 1 in the United and having us its object thft I r. -r. n t.bn HOCKEY Aijmd labor ajsked Tom LEAGUE STANDING j Moor.', 'prudent of the Dominion and T.abor this after- nu.-sii. to the above. "The procedure- which had been id opt i'd in Iain II ton. mentioned by :b'' Wit" nnililr.r ONE NIGHT ONLY MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT ENTIRELY MEW NOVEL MUSICAL REVUE WITH TMC SAME IN THEIR SECOND EDITION OF BANG NO SATURDAY MATINEE V.OO, V.50, i2.00. SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG RAWORTH'S Here We Are FRANK WADDINGTON'S BLACK AND WHITE PIERROTS (At thr request of the Local Council of Women) will reneit their IN ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL ON MONDAY NET, FEBRUARY 21 COMMENCING AT S.30 P.M. A SNAPPY'PROGRA-Y! OF MUSIC, MIRTH, ami MERRIMENT. The delegates to the Short Course wifl be admitted free of charge on production of'badge to door attendant. General Admission, 50c. Doors open at 8 o'clock, and an early attendance of the dele- gates is 'advised so that all may secure good seats. COLONIAL EXTRA-TONIGHT-SPECIAL Twice nightly, at 7 and 9. Matinees daily at 2.30. The most vivid story of the high seas ever filmed. JACK LONDON'S GREATEST STORY The Mutiny of The Elsinore (IN SEVEN ACTS) It was Eight Bells (midnight by the sea time) and the girl on board the Ef si no re was waiting for what the morning would bring. Suddenly there was n shot. It was the beginning of THE MUTINY OF THE ENSINORE, ALL S.S. ELSINORE will sail on her regular trip around the Horn. She carries the hardest crew that has ever been shipped, and there Is a beautiful combination always means TROUBLE. It is certain that this will be a DANGEROUS passage. ADDED DOUBLE COMEDY EVENT First appearance on any screen in this city of the new comedian who is rocking the world with laughter, BUSTER KEATON in "THE SCARECROW" MONTGOMERY AND ROCK in "FOOTPRINTS" A Howling Vltagraph Comedy Riot. NOTE PRICES: Adults 40e; Children 15c Special Sat- urday Matinee for Kiddies, 10c. KINGS THEATRC SATISFACTION IN EXCELLENCE.' J TMIAV AND SAMMY startling romance oFthe Vest- fhe stprp three companions and, the of it "William Fox presents TOM MIX iiy "FAME AND FORTUNF A THRILLING WESTERN DRAMA THAT SNAPS LIKE AN ELECTRIC SrARK. ADDED ATTRACTION ROARING TWO-REEL SUNSHINE COMEDY "SHOULD DUMMIES WED" A SURE CURE FOR THE BLUES. MOTHERS your children to the mat- inee; we will look after them. 5c; Adults 35c. lOc; 40c.