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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THfc USTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALb MONDAY. KHHfttAHY 2t, '.PREMIER AND LIBERAL LEADER TANGLE GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS CURTAIL SERVICE IN WEST ion. Mr. Kinp Contends Hill] ti1 Cnnnot He Introduced at mu.-t ho luwidfMi. Present Time new lifts ill UTT.VW.V i ran. tho house, reassembled Hit.'- Ht'leruoim, the stHiiilt' bill to LUIUMH! Dominion Klyctioiis Vrt in siu-t, ;i way that the provim-hil lists be for tho ]irohibitioii in Ontario on April IS, eunu' up fur lirst reading. Uoii. Arthur Meiglu'ii I'xpluiiieu thai UK: Dominion Election? Act pro- vided iu event of a vote taken, in any of tho provinces. ulv bfforo the 1> vision nf Hi it-. it csti- t-n'ed (hat Ihoiv before tin- houst1 n ilu1 utidross ovt'i' i all business oxeopt the iutrodiicMoa of j The -prepenL motion by the] minister to consider Hic> bill j TO ;imentl Dinujmon 'elections Aet. would uppurt'mly defeat the- puniosv! of tbe first. i Tho serum! motion amounted to un i li i'ei 1-vii. --Spnm curtailnu-nt op. western branch HUM uf tho CauatlUu .Vutioitul atmomuHMl today iu effective next. trains arc not wf- v WAUGH AGAIN HEADS SAAR VALLEY BOARD Sir Robed May Be Nam- WILSON 8UQOV3T ACCEPTING HUN IONM WASHINGTON. Koli. Wilson is exiHicU'd io recommend to before Ue loaves uftlcw that I I Authority bo for tho rnlkv! HUlfa to accept Ucrmap bonds to b" npnUm1 ucalnitt tho tic tit that Holtfium owes tht- I'nited Stutea, It cil today ut tbe stute ire .imuilnc In ind, of course. itory ends luuplly. Mr. Melghan's supporting company includes MarAa the beauti- ful horoltiH of "Dr. Jukyll Mr, flax. rye, L'M.U'i. Hcct'ipts: 63C.K7 bushels: outs. 241.BSS: barley, U3.720; flax. Kail shipments: Wheat. bushels: oats. barley flux. .'..HIS: rve. ed Chairman of Another Committee 5o'.47S Claims Lloyd George Acted on Wrong Advice In Policy on Ireland Rheumatic Pains Raising a Rumpus; adjournment ot' u rtebat Colonial Thuatru toduy land Tuesday, four clever of ST. JOHNS. Xfld.. Feb. Snow j vauijcvillu will be offered, tile nets lie. and ice iiitorruutud c.ommuntca as follows: The Columbia Ti-lo In tlon by rail aud water between differ. I comedy, James und Shuw in "That'j ent purls of Kowfouudlattd. The rev-1 -My u great bluckfaco comedy nue cutter Daisy, which left here Hut-1 Appleby tho wizard banjoist. and Ralalfh ind, llaralltou aud pru- ducwl on by Arthur Collins. larft u< tUboratv soUlnts vora for tliu picture, tuont tie ballroom ot an But Indian uataco. an orluiital (unlit at tbu Metro th. army barracks where hceui" were tukou showinc the retufn of vir toriouM tvoopti ufter u buttle with Af- ghanistan natives lu Khyber Pass, und tho Itrdlun sir-ict. built at tko .Metro I'urk. night with freight r.nd passen- sere for the Bay De Verde district, where snow banks havo tied the The Itica female impersonators. JIary Miles SI Inter will bo featured in "Sweet lavender." a fine adaptu< railways, was obliged to abandon her tlon of Sir Arthur Wing Plnero's fam- trip by tho presence of a heavy, ice barrier at Northern Head, and return- ed to port yesterday morning. ous and -thc bill will be com- pleted with a number of other attrac- tions, and u special orchestral concert by the Colonial Concert orchestra. MAY ONLY DRINK AT HOME QUEBEC, Feb. amendments EARTHQUAKE AT END OF FILM PRODUCTION which will, it is understood, be made I The destruction of an Italian vll- to the Quebec alcoholic linuor bill, it lags street furnished tho final scenes will ba illegal to drink "hard stuff" for "The great spectacular anywhere but in a house: u'husband j melodrama released by .Metro, show- will not be held reaponaiblo for the Wednesday and Thursday at the action of.his wife .where a term imprisonment will apply to :.n of- fence. s tu be tho most serious the great problems which endanger tho Lloyd George other" being plexity rising coalition today, the n ever-increasing com- out of the treaty of Versailles, and tho widespread indus- trial unrest in England. Liniment OCCLUSION TORONTO, Feb. -western newspapermen, H. M. Ilueston and Allan Holmes, publishers ot the Albert Daily Herald, have looking over tho Western On- THOMAS MEIGHAN IN SCREEN VERSION OF "CIVILIAN CLOTHES" Star Has Role of Captain Who Turns Butler to Re-Win His Snobbish tario newspaper field with the view to Thomas Meighau's first Paramount the purchase ot an existing daily When this deal is win- OCCLUSION" means tho fitting to- gether of the upper and lower teeth when tbe mouth is closed. Iood cooks- know that better coxne from, mind milb and the house, the most remarkable char-j In the1 normal mouth the upper ___ ucteristics of Capt. Wallace was a degree of popularity and personal de- votion which manded. his character com- teeth extend slightly over the lower teeth all around. Each upper tooth strikes two lower teeth and each low- j er tooth strikes two upper teeth. Hon. MacKenzie King, leader of the This arrangement acts upon the Liberal opposition and Hon. T- A. jpiinciple of a shock-absorber. Every Crerar leader of the National Pro- tooth has a slight motion iudeiend- gressives, joined Mr. Meighen iu es-jent of the other teeth. When the jaws pressing regret. jcome together the teeth move a little ___ i and escape the jar. All bodily movements are due to the muscles pulling upon bones ac- starriug vehicle is "Ciyilian newspaper. When this deal is con- j produced by Hugh Port from .Thomp- summated, Mr. Huestou will take son Buchanan's popular stage play sole churge of tlie property, the same- name. The picture will bo while the control of the Prince Albert j shown at the Kings Theatre for two Herald will pass air. Holmes. days commencing Monday next. j gjgjy conceras an overseas uap- WIFE AND FIVE CHILDREN j tain who marries a American BURNED TO .DEATH society girl in France. She is attracted Colonial Theatre. "The Hope'1 is an all-star produc- tion with Jack Mulhall, Ruth Stone- bouse, Marguerite do la Jtotte and Frank Elliott heading tho cast. -Her- bert directed tho story, v.-hich 1 wai adapted for the jsercen by A. S. Vino and photographed by Harold Weiistrom. The earthquake staged at the sixty-: five acre Metro Park, in the Sari Fer- j nando Valley was only one of the big.' scenes staged for ;'The a battle in Khyber Pass is another event that j makes this fanioos production a thril- i ler. The play was written by Cecil I MABOEUV WILSON in ZANC GftiY'S 'DfeSEftT GOLD' V.V Onlr.b. SHOWING AT THE EMPRESS TOMORROW "When you eat let it be the Best" MOXCTON, Feb. Ecu Dalsh, coroner fgr the Clorerdale dis- trict, was the principal witness today at the continued preliminary trial ot the murder charge against 0. Gatus Steeves, whose wife and five children were found burned to death ic the ruins of their home at Cloverdale, to him chiefly because lie Is so some In his uniform. after she returns to America, comes news of his death. She uas renewed her acquaint ance with another admirer when her husband, very much alive, comes to her home. Disappointed at his unro- mantic appearance in civilian clothes, which show atrocious taste in their LOTS TO EAT IN COUNTRY YET A tis Steeves. eldest son of the accus- ed, swore that last Saturday night his father had threatened to burn down rhe house. The case was adjourned cording to the well-known I till Monday. principles ot the different forms ot I levers. HE HAD NERVE! If the muscles of your arm j TORONTO, Feb. man who upon the same lever plan UKU the j has been Tor three weeks receiving muscles of your jaw work upon, you civic relief was found yesterday to have a batik account of JBOO. He was turned over to the police. uv men iiuiuc .vt wnicn snow atrocious lasie in lue-tr Tuesday morning. He considered an cut and color, she snubs him. The gal- land ex-captain thereupon secures a job as butlwf in bis wife's household with the avowed purpose of teaching her a lesson in democracy. The re- inquest necessary from tbe nature of the tragedy, and made an affidavit to this ofCect. The affidavit was admitted under protest from tho defense. Cur- n_ internal Uirow a horse over a su-fuot division; preliminary report of without mltcn trouble. .food commodities in cold storage and) Thia means that tUere irr tiii t in process of cure on February raense upon your teeth when follows: vnu rhfew EAGLE BRAND CondavedMiDc Butter, creamery, pounds; -A compieteiy equipped for j i dairy, Oleomarganne, fleld servlce makes a pressure oil 1972 pounds. Cheese, 074 pounds, eleven pounds to the square inch upon Eggs, in cold storage, 284.3SS doien; ithar than cold storage, doieu; frozen; dozen. Pork, frozen, the ground when he walks. The human jaws in a normal man can erert a pressure of two hundred pounds; not jand fifty pounds to the square inch. in process of cure, pounds. Lard, pounds. from side to side, back and forth, and it also has a rotary movement. If any tooth is out of its proper posi- Dr. Cfcase's Oiohnont wii! you at onca tad laating beoeit. (We. A boi: ill pounds. or EdmaiiMn, Co., Limited, Toronto. Simple Itox II you mention thti MDCT HXl stamp to. fleef, frozen pounds ln the archi it is to ozen. pounds, cured. TOceive tbe whole pressure of the jaws .0 pounds; being cured. in some of these movements and tbe irozi 410 Mutton and lambs, frozen, S69.0S9 pounds; not frozen, 1-I7.4JI4 pounds. Poultry, broilers, pounds; Smoke pounds: fowl, 1.- pounds; ducks, pounds; j geese. il-U-l-; turkeys. HAROLD LLOYD constant jarring that it receives win i start au inflammation in the peri-1 membrane that cov-! era the root oC the tooth and attaches 1 it to the hone. The sam e th in tilling is too high, b appeus trhe. ami aometimeu [pounds: unclassified, 1.033.CCS wads iwhen a tooth haa heen estracted-the Fiah. m cold storage, teetu Qn ejther fiide wm mQTO a ntrje into the vacant space and cuuse cue] or more to strifee too hard. Thia is called trauniiitic oceiusiou; you and is the- cause of many oiees death oi! tho nerve-, alveolar abscess, j plup Btones, enlargftmeut of the end j of the root, called exosto.sisf itnd pyor- Quaker Jam Spells Purity Tito tang