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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE E1UHT THE LETHBRTDGE DAILYjgBRALD SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 19, 1921 Price of Graves Increased Effort To He Made at and Tho public cemetery which lins boon hi uso for the last twr'.vo years has pnvitH'ylly every lot sold, and an ex- tension will have to be inada us soon as the opens up. The land to the -west anil north of tho present fom-ed-in portion is part 01' the cemetery .site and the exten- sion that will be made at this time is to the west and the size approximate-: ly doubled. The existing frnro is' dilapidated and posts rotting DUE. and n new fence will be placed tho existing one ar.d the new extension, with an entrance gateway at about the northwest corner of the present fenced-in portion. Tho now poriiim will be. laid out slightly different from the old, as luis been suggesteii by experience. Tho water sendee will be extended. The penn'iuent improvements, such i as fencing, water service, extension, j roadways, etc., are estimated to cost j Price of Graves To Be Increased J Then, in order to provide for better upkeep and maintenance-, the price of graves will be increased, fruit a fund of about per annum will available for this puri-ose. This work Will be placed tho parks Jiient in future. Th6 first improve- meat that will be aimed at, in addi- tion to the permanent Improvements. will be a belt of trees and shrubs. around the whole new existing area. Name To Be Chsnqed Objection has been raised on ninny occasions to the cemetery belns called the Public Cemetery, and henceforth tho proper name will be the City Cemetery. Commissioner Meedi says some people aro itnvious to pay an annual upkeep oiiarfip for special work and care of graves, but it is hoped to iiKiV.( arrangements where- by this money may be paid into the city treasury direct and the responsi- bility for this expenditure being made placed in the of the r.ity paries department. This matter is still un- der consideration, and if there is a demand that this course bo taken, an endeavor will be made to meet it as mentioned above. UNMASKED iANDIT A ijwlal feature nf new pnr- IN WISCONSIN li .snappy ostiimlnent by Jack McLai'on who (li-st STOCKHOLM. WIs, Kttb. AM Hired it with tho IM'.C.Ul. party uninaskml robbed the Hank hore thta morning and escapod with hH an auto driven by lis, SCENE FROM "GO AND GET IT" WHICH HAS BEEN HELD OVER FOR MONDAY, AS WELL AS TONIGHT. TO ACCOMMODATE THE CROWDS WHO HAVE BEEN TURNED AWAY. en plains of Armenia, while other TJol- sheviS; forces crossed the eastern shoulder of the mountain ran so an J invaded Georgia from that quarter. IJ-'lio; is -seel hero that Moscow to hold Tiflis as a base from which the s'oviot. government can dir- ect the advance of troops through Persb. VERY BRASSY UDEED! MONTREAL. Feb. in barrels labelled as brass waste and valued at has been seized by t'lh-toins officers at Malone Junction. New Yurk, on the intenuitioiml boun- according to reports from Mas- sena. X. Y. The barrels contained bottles packed in The seat sale for the "Dumbells" second edition of "Miff. Hing' Hang" has been heavy and remembering the capacity houses which proved tho rule when they were here lust season, it would be well for all those who con- template seeing the iifw show to bo on hand early for their reservations. The new show has been staged along similar lines to that offered last year, and tho cast and chorus remains the same, with the addition of1 some new members who joiucd late ill the season. I Thin bus heon hu'lmh'rt In rosponse to tho many nMiimstB roceivt-il from thfl hoys who saw It when It was during ttui oarly stagos of the WMF "MUTINY OF THEdELSINORE" AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT (SAT.) Jack London's stirring tah1 of the sea. "Tho Mutiny of tho will bo shown at tho ('nloru.U u.r the last times tonight together with u great array of comedy events. Inclu-'liiiK the showing oC "The Scare- tho comedy with the new comedian Muster Koaton. MONDAY'S-HIP VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL CONTAINS MANY FINE ACTS A special double bill will be "rim at the Colonial Theatre on Monday Tuesday, tho bill including; t'lJur ai'ls of Hip vaudeville and tho special foa- turo "Sweet 'starring M.uy :u inter, on tho vamlevUlo bill will ho thH following ami The I'olumMn fotmMly Trio, in ill ye allied comedy nlTui'lnfc; Arthur .lames ami Kdna Shaw, in :i comedy Iduckl'tun) act ciititl'uL "Thut'i My Anpleliy, banjo- juul tile RicuJHio 111 "Samples of V.inety." TV> wlioh) bill IB wxwHeul all through and will provide keen en- juyi'ieul fur wlio H. Miles Mi liter to tho local srixu'H HKiiin In Sir Arthur Wing i I'amoiM piny "Sweet Lavi'ii- a lien uli I'ul ycreeiL version of tho play that ran 1'ur years on tho I'lcnty of lim- t-uinodins and othur attractions will cuiuplotn the 'bill. CLOTHES" MEIGHAN'S INITIAL STARRING VEHICLE Popular Stage Piny Marks Hlflh Point in Dramatic Career of Noted Actor Merit has .n last met ils reward iu ihe case of Tm-imis Mrinhan and tbe Denial scrt en player has achiuvod lis liist stellar vehiclo is "Civilian adapted from the popular itAfa pUy of thft Mtoa namo. picture will be ihown it tho ntxt Bio u day urn! till young man, "Tommy" Molichun enjoyed u HtuKo and ttcreun such au comea ID tow pluyors in a lifetime. Hturiod hlH druniatio with Grace mid, aftwr But'tiossfu! (MiKayeinouts with Uavid Warftuld iu "Tho of 1'ctor Clrlmni" "Tho ColluKU he transferred hii tulvnU to motions pictures. Ills early ecrwwi appearances wuro In support or Mary I'lckl'ord Vn'il Marcuorltu Clark, An liiM-it or GtuirKO Loaim Tueker'tt "Tho jMirado a porsonai succoss. Ctsctl H. lX'Millu'8 "Malo and Female" and "Why Change Your in both of which he play- ed tho leading male roles, marked further mllestnnea in his develop-, muni urrt loil to stardom iu "Civlliau Clethoa." Mr. Melghan is a singularly hand- somo young man of genial and virile personality. Ho ia ideally suited to play iho ox-soldier rolo in "Civilian Clothes." Tho picture, which is a Paramount, was produced by Hugh Ford. Martha Mansfield la tho lead- ing woman. VICTIM OF BLIZZARD ST. JOHNS. Newfoundland. Feb. t If.-jSearchers last night found the i body cf Michael Delahuntc-y, watch- man at the city power plant, under a srre.it mass of snow which orenvholra- fil him during a siorm on Wednesday.: Two other mun were miss- ing and was feared that they also perished in the REDUCE PRINTERS' WAGES CHICAGO. Feb. has been served" on union'printers by the associated jobbing houses that after February 25. a week's would be rut it was announced today. The employers contend that living costs hore have shrank that much from the scale of wages. SEND FAKE V. C. BACK HOME CARETAKER CRUSHED IN PRESS i ST. N. B.. Feb. Alfred Woods, who was arrested two months after a brief but spectacular car- as a Victoria Crops hero, in hard but confessed that he had no right to war decorations he carried, was released yesterday after eight weeks in jail, on his promise to take ship back to England. LONDON, Out., Feb. life- liess body of John Lyons, his head crushed beneath a heavy press, was found in Osborne's cigar factory this morning. Lyons, who was employed at the factory as janitor is believed ro have been trying to move the cigar press when it toppled over on him. There will be no inquest. SNOW IN KANSAS MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEATH BOSSES OPPOSE CUT IN WORKING HOURS OF PRINTERS IN EAST MONTREAL. Ft-b, rc.solntion announcing absolute opposition to any reduction in tho present work week of being demor- alizing to the industry, was adopted at a FOsifmi of the execu- tives of the printing industry pf On- tario and Quelec. held here today.- The meeting also decided, in this con- nection, that a contingency, fund be created in every local printing center equal Jo three months' pay for each plant; that a committee he elected iu each center to collect and handle the fund. A very spirited debate took place when one of those present referred to the 44-hour week which the employee's are advocating at the termination, of the present contracts. The present contracts cover a 48-hour week and terminate this summer. The debate was closed by the adoption of the reso- lution. The meeting was by far tlie most important and influential body of Canadian employing printers that has ever been called together. Problems common to the printers In the various cities of 'Ontario and Quebec were freely discussed and de- cisions in the majority of cases found. GEORGIA OVERRUN BY SOVIET TROOPS CONSTANTINOPLE. Feb. republic of Georgia baa been virtually overrun by Russian soviet forces, who tra threatening if they have not al- ready occupied the city of Tifiia, Hal of the republic, from which the Georgian government has fled. Geor- 'gian soviet elements took possession of the capital after the government's departure. Advices received here indicate that three Russian divisions have been marching up to tho "Paris of the east" from the flat, desolate and froz- KANSAS CITY, Jib., Feb. belnted torfch of winter came to the southwest, of the United Stales today. Snow ranging from 4 to 15 inches was reported from various points in Kan- sas. Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas, with the storm steadily moving north- ward. towns reported low- er temperatures with, prospects of snow. BATHURST. N. B., Feb. Jno. Jagowe was instantly killed and her husband seriously injured eaTty "today in an accident at their farm at Nefton, a few miles from here. The coifple were alone at the time and the true facts of the are not known. REVOLVERS CAUSE TO.RONTO CITIZENS AND POLICE WORRY EXCLUDE PUBLIC IN j TRIAL OF SPRACKLIN WINDSOR, Feb. was made .this morning b'y Sheriff C. W. Anderson that owing to the re- stricted accommodation in the court mom at the county buildings of Sand- wich, officials have decided to exclude th'e publib from the 'Court when Rev. J..O. L. Spracklin is arraigned Mon- day on the- charge of "killing" Pever- !ey Trumble at the Chappelle House on the morning of November 6. BOSTON BANK CLOSES IJ03TON, Feb. Tremont Trust company which has aggregated deposits of in-savings and commercial accounts from many parts of New England, kept its doors closed today, aa a result of the action of Bank Commissioner Allen in tak- ing over its affairs. BOARD OF TRADE MEN TALK FREIGHT RATES TORONTO, Feb. worried have the citizens of Toronto become tVer the order of the police that the observance of the "offensive weapon act" will be enforced, that the police have been given notice that reputable and law-abiding citizens of Toronto are not to be pursued into the privacy of their homes in search-of revolvers. It is the dangerous man that the police are after, according to the state- ment, the man who has a quick tem- per, the man who drinks or who is apt to use a gun on slight provoca- tion. VANCOUVER. Feb. atives of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia hoards of trade are in cession at the offices of the Vancouver board of trade to- day preparing the case which the western provinces will puf before the railway commission in an effort to get'more equitable freight rates. The deliberations are in private. Smoke Your Granddad't favorite tmoke "SWEET R. E AL, A PIT p I 0--r UR a S THE KING'S MONDAY AND TUESDAY. COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT (Saturday) JACK LONDON'S "THE MUTINY OF THE ELSINORE" BUSTER KEATON In "THE SCARECROW" and other attractions. Mon. and Tues. HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE ANOTHER GREAT BILL COLUMBIA COMEDY TRIO In "Something APPLEBY Wizard Banjoist. RICA DUO Novelty Surprise. TAMES AND SHAW Blacofaco Comedians, iu "That's My Hound." MARY MILES MJNTER in a beautiful screen version of Sir Arthur Wins: Pinero's fam- "SWEET LAVENDER" One ot the finest pictures of the year. CENTURY COMEDY PRIZMA COLOROSCOPE 3 Shows Dally, 2.30, 7, and 9. Prices Adults, Mats. 50c; Nights 60i-, Children 2Bc. ONE NIGHT ONLY MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY TONIGHT, SAT. WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT AN ENTIRELY MEW NOVCt MUSICAL REVue WITH THe SAME GREAT CAST 5 CHOWS OF SOtWER- IN THEIR SECOND EDITION OF BANG NO SATURDAY MATINEE SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG RAWORTH'S Here We Are FRANK WADDINGTON'S BLACK AND WHITE PIERROTS (At the request of the Looif-Council of Women) will repeat their IN ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL ON MONDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 21 COMMENCING AT 8.30 P.M. A SNAPPY PROGRAM MUSIC, MIRTH, End MERRIMENT. The delegates to the Short Course will 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 [3 advised so that all may secure good seats. KING'S THEATRE LAST TIMES TODAY TOM MIX in "FAME AND FORTUNE" MONDAY AND TUESDAY Thomas A PARAMOUNT SPECIAL "Civilian Clothes" The story of a girl who married a captain's uniform, then had to live with a suit of cheap civies. A GUARANTEED 100% ATTRACTION AND NO ADVANCE IN PRICES ALSO GOOD COMEDY AND NEWS WEEKLY. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AMATEUR CONTEST inutti N a oi HewsSi MARSHALL NEIL- AN'S SENSATIONAL PHOTO'PLAY OF THE TODAY AND ROMANCE, THRILLS, PERILS AND'EXCITE- Every Man, Woman and Child in This City Go To See "GO AND GET IT" Held over to accommodate the large crowds who were unable to gain admission. A 'FIRST NATIONAL' ATTRACTION ;