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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HEKALD TUESDAY. FKHKUAMY 1921 Unhed Fanners Of B.C. To Discuss Irrigation Needs Vnrmers of Coast Province Alive to Needs of Their District j YA.NVOrVKK. Feb. n'.nudun Farmers 01 British Columbia convention which i.s i.'.vpecied to reach decisions on mauy impnrtai'i question? before adjouru- men t on Friday, opened hern ihis i :noniinp. Tho lime of the MOJI largely taken up by a lormul or w.'Ieonifi en behalf of the I'V Alderman J. who roJiiin'MMiOii the delegates for nrsaniz-j Tin-! farmer, he said, wan no; longer regarded as a "mossback." but j an aristocrat. J.nng alter ihe! initifM im-1 been depleted and the oil dried the avouhl be' v- wealth front tho soil. j I.t was intimated thai proposal an American army who niir- a you tic society girl in Krtnce. tfhfl is in love with his uniform morv rluu with Ihu nuii whu wears it. Consequently wlimi, after a he ho bo- Moved him killed in trtioii, ho re- turns to Auicricii uuii eiUU upou her In ill-rtttiiiu eiviliuii r.lothaa, eau- pot eout'eul hor disgust for him. Thereupon, ho sets out to teaeh her a much imeded losson und HUi'd'eds be- yoaA his I'oudest hoiui.s. Martha lifld is clwrniliiK as tlui and jtlio jticturo, whteh is was direrted by Ford. I COMING TO THE KING'S T.R.O .AL ;CA AT THE COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK. stnblish ii half million dollar stock- yard somewhere on this coast. President K. A. CopeUnd is acting the ques- j British Columbia similar to that now S in eli'eet iu Manitoba. j Referring 10 the livestock situa- i tion. the president stated that a com- mittee appointed by tho board of di- j rectors had found tliat stockmen ofj Discuss Irrigation j this are entire.Jy ar. the! J. Wilson, of tho Vancouver i merc-y oC two large firms as 10 Avh.it! _________ lizard trade also fpolie a few words I prices they receive for their iMttle.! .if welcome. Ho nrpcti that the gov-JTIie solution of thii problem was the j Legislators, Khvanhms, Kotar- crertion. bv the association of stock-! yards, cold storage and abbatoir.s un i and Other Bodies thc coust Are Represented lie hoped the delegates take j _________ Many Bodies At Jennings' Funeral BOMBS ENLIVEN WARD POLITICAL FIGHT IN CHICAGO Aro you one of those hospitable- nouls hj) issues standing invitations to nil your friends Hospitality, loosely offered, is u dangerous thing. Like u ncgloiUctl goos off j unexpectedly, and most anything j might, happen. Tho farcical OC Blanche j Sweet's newest Je.sso D. 1'atho feature, "Her ruwillinp Hus- coming to the King's Theatre I on Wednesday, hiuges on a standing invitation. After a prolonged ab- sence, John Jordan, a glad-of-it bache- lor, decides to drop in on his old friend, Gilbert Lenox, for a visit. Instead of his friend, he found in the. houso only two Chinese servants and u pretty girl. He thought the Ktrwt in I Inly being toppled Into ground In tin earthquake. A ski nit la h siipputtuii to Ukc pluce In the- Kuybur I Puns between AfKhmitttUii troops mid Hrltlsh Infantry provide tho iilelura with moments of tho most intense t_-x-1 uiteitiimt. An all-star rust headed hy Jack Mul- hall, Frank Elliott. MaruufiHlii tin JK Mottu und Huth BtoiutbutiMti, will bt> seen in tho production. Mr. Mulhalt's volo is of the and ilar- j inp hero, llurolil. Karl of Iwslrf. U is the role that was in Lmiilon j Frank Elliott, uiie'of tho "Itoyal i Players." Mr. Klliott [A now in tho I screen version, but this tiiiio, instead or vallum HaroM. he is tho wick- t'J CtpUiu Hector Grunt. .UariEiittrUu tie Iu Motte, whoM' ad- viiiu'ts in tu'rttiMi world UAH been olio of thtu nioHt IntnrnHtinr; drvol in imp of the year, is us Mrendit rurlyon, u of un Id KriRlit-ih family (hut is IUUR un and short on money. Sioiu will Olive Wbftmirn, din ii iiotorlotitj. money k-nder. a rl Ii in charm und worldly rather uncortniii sociii! poslli n. iL'r disUiiKuiKht'd uctorsj in tin- rn-i jre Jlobby Mack, (.'antaiu Arthur Clay on, J. P. Morse, Herbert tlrljiiwooJ, Maym KoKso und Gillian Langilun. ('olnmliiii make appli- .ainiiated with the action with reference to adoption of I ;i uniform rate per mile throughout! KPMOXTOX, Feb. funeral ruisncit of Agriculture. The Canada on freight, express and pas- ot'Milton R1. Jennings, editor and man- were of Agrk'ultiire. he j senger trailic. Britislv Columbia was ttgins director of Edmonton. Jour- pa'Eii Keb. -1-2--Three bomb explosioiiB enlivened rhe city alder- manic campaign which ended at tlie i iJolls today. Groups of five to a i en police were atsigned to each pre-i cinct in tho 19th ward where Anthony' D'Andrae is opposing Alderman John Towers, who has been in ihe city coun- cil for more than 30 years. Sixteen of D'And i Mpnnv injured when attending a cam- girl wasjjjs friend's wife. When a second man arrived, she introduced the bachelor her husband. It was a decided shock! A shock to the bachelor because he didn't want to bo anyone's husband, and a shock to the because lie wanieu to by her husband, and until a month previous had been her fiancee. The suspicions aroused by the pre- dicament resulting from the girl's i "hasty and mysterious action, make today, the official moutli- 1 obliged to pay higher rates than sister ]'oip agricuinire at Oitmva and j provinces. '.H'tiiir.o in be so. and H possess- The president referred ttftiip O.'icn- j Church hy the Ilev. J. M. C. Chiug. hring about perfect j tal question, sayiiie he hoped some wiili interment in the Edmonton the sense. i locals iri the province this year as rriin-jiared with 4i> last year aiHl an ot membership during the j car of time was ripe for j liio nryaniitaUim ro own and control i Us own official (ujblicaiioii. lie said j thu whole country suffer s loss through! laxity federal and provincial gov- criirnents iu cavryinj; out good, sound j i agricultural policies. Pressure should j lie brought, he thought, to have a rural credit system established in provinces .iff! definite step towards adequate con-! cemetery.' The pall benrers II. There wercjtrol 01' the sinuuion in the province! M. Kvans, A. B. Watt. Dr. H. M. Tory, meeting when a bomb exploded nal took place at p.m. today, outside, tearing a hole' through service being conducted in. Christ the wall. At another meeting doors were blowu in but no one was injured. Alderman Powers' home was would be taken. DYE It LIKE NEW AGNN Canada Paying Its Debts in U.S. Talk of Refunding Due in April is Very Far Wrong I James Kumsey. 11. H. Cooper anil F. j Matthews. Magnificent floral offer- j ings from all over the country od Ihe respect and esteem iu i the ileijouseil journalist was amusingly entertainine photoplay, onfl particularly suited to. the versatility of beautiful Blanche Sweet. Third and Last Cain EMPRESS-TOMGHT POSITIVELY THE LAST SHOWING OF Marshall Man's "Go And Get It" bombed several weeks previously. WANTS BETTER TRAIN SERVICE 'PEG-QUEBEC OTTAWA, R. Lemieux is asking the house ol com- mons to affirm that iu- its opinion a HOPE" STIRS PROMISE -OF NEW CINEMA THRILLS AT THE COLONIAL legislature of Alberta adjourned an- more efficient train service should Ul 4 p.m. in order that the cabinet be established between Winnipeg and. anil members might attend tho fun-1 Quebec Ott the transcontinental rilil- eral, the corporation of the city of Edmonton. Rotary, Kiwanis and other organizations represented by Lug delegations. The staff of the Journal marched in a body in the furi- erul procession. Feb. (Canadian J report is current in aitcial circles tlm the Canadian KOV- i eminent hys started iiflgfltiations M i refund the of five per cent, i I bonds which mature on April ROBBERS GET IN BONDS AND CASH package of "niaiuond contains directions to old, i faded, shabby materials whether wnol, silk, linen, cotton or mixed potcls, new, rich, fadeless color. no other HEADACHES Make Life Miserable Headaches .are one 01' the moht aii.- troubles ono can iiavt-. it is Jiartl to, strussta aloim with a, Jiuiitl that iiciies und pains all tht; thr.p. Headachps -SHCITI to lie haijitual jiiAiiy w'.oplf1; aninc are seldom, if frer. frfe i'roni tbwu. suffering i-tm tinuatly from the dull throbbing, ilio Intense pains: sometimes in on-j pun, i sometimes in another, aud then jigMiii ontr tiio ivimlf: head. Thrri; in one war to re- lief from these i und that is hy joins direct-to the seat of the trouMr. lor. unless the cause is ihe. Jieyda.ches still continue to exist. The that Hnrduclc Blitod Bit- i ters keei) the stomaeh. lirer and els toned is proof to show tliat it will (-liininiite the calico of t.lift headaches. Mrs. T-iUiain, Sound, Ont.. syntern was run down and my blouU out of suffered a great iteal front snvero Ikaina in my madf; nm toe I very Afier huvins IriR'I other reniprlif.s jjurchased a nottle of Klooil und very glad tti notii-f a ik-c-ided improvement in my health, su tuok aotlipr and aui 10 say tliiit. it ]ius done niR an enormous amount u' 1 have rt'tronimerided it. iu my friends, who were iti a sinnbr i-ondi- tion, and thny all say it :s a j'ul remedy.'' B. JJ. K. is put up only liv The Milhura Co.. Limited. SLOl'S GOES RIGHT I next I TOLEDO." G., Feb. investigation disuses that the herf Corking to clear up ninion has bonghl i nd rotirt'il already considerably fin u majority of the ma- irily and has completed arraiifit-- rarp I'nr the balance aj .-ithoui refunding. Thar ma- ri orie-ihird of tho n loan lionet! in Ijttcr part of at li.i.si.s runji- r hunds to r- :i-N pci1' 101- ihft i-ur bonds and r. l-ip cent. fm' j'.-yc'ar bond.-- li'; syndicate u-liii-h p'.ai-.'.l Hie iitrin Cuna r! in the Toledo pjatoflic.e morn ins, today that the rubbers were respons- ible for the theft of in un- government bonds and be- i.ween and ?30.000 iu ,pash. much, tho inspectors admitted, hud b'jen itceounted tor and Mie cheek- nit is beam c-omiiiuod. .-.1! of the Htoleii mail except that the authorities have account- .1. I1. jert ljeen destroyed, it is under- Policcj today asserted that in arrest of Joe UrbatiB ysgtorday Morgan Tnd., "the master mind" Co., in tne robbery iiag fteen. apprehend- Hank uu liMst known 'coninry hos'r-lrics on t Lshind, was burned to flu-ij ground tbh nuiy a, few j furniture beiNg The has not been estimated, but will be heavy. QUARANTINE-HOLDS GEDDES WHILE AUTOS WAIT SEVERAL HOURS "NEW YORK. 'Feb. Auck- land (.Ifddes, 'British ambassador, turnir.fr io !iis post ;it Washington uf-j k-r ;m otlidul visif 10 London was tic-} laineil for several hours today ou board tho Arjuitania at Quaramiue. ft'hile hoaiih oilicer.s were their routine w-arcli for typhus sus- AutoiniibilfH were waiting at Lhts Uaiif.'ry to convey Sir Auckland aud bis party (u 1'ennsylvaniji Railroad staduii. The coast guard nitter lay alongside the roady to take oil' the ain- soon as the first cabin ptiSSfMigortj were released. NIAGARA FAULd, Out.. Feb. Vouns, St. (.'atharines tiiid I. Ausi in, hydro cunip, were instant- ly killtd and uiher men.seriously injured iliis niornini; wlien a, liydro- olectric engine crashed into a dnu- key :it the Whirlpool, on tho Jiydro The ensine and work curs toppled over the Jnuik down to Die Hide of the gorge." ,A litilc oai'iifjr name not available, was killed' at the main disputial dump nt tho by being struck by a dump car. Last Showing Of Marshall Neilans "Go And Get If Positively the last showing at the Empress tonight, of Marshall NviUn's big "Go And Get It." This big btetf. drawing packed houses, and aoyone poaaiugr it "p will be missing a real treat. For tomorrow Empress manage- ment have secured another big spe- cial, when Zane Grey's masterpiece, "Desert will be shown. On the same program will be seen a Harold Lloyd comedy, "High und which should ugaia draw the crowds. One of the most spectacular produc-l ttons of tho season is promised in "Tlie Hope" at the Colonial theatre for two days beginning "The Hope" is a Metro screen version of the famous old melodrama Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton, and it is reputed to have preserved all the j thrills of the stage play with a lot more added in a way possible- only motion pictures. Announcements lay special stress up6n scenes which show an entire MEtGHAN A BUTLER IN LATEST PICTURE "CIVILIAN CLOTHES" Becoming a butler In one's own household in order to curd one's wife OL snobbishness is going pretty far, but it workri ont effectively and re- sults iu much good humor in Thon starring vehicle, "CMviliun which will occupy the screen at tho King's Theatre foi the last times today. The picture was adapted ironi Thompson Buch- anan's stage play of the same name. Mr. IMeighcn's role, in some ways, re- sembles the one he played in "Male and Female." Cecil B. De Mille's pop ular picturizaiiun ol "The -Admirable Crichton." hi that picture also, Mr. Meighan was a butler and inculcated some democratic ideas into a group oC aristocrats. ''Civilian Clutlies" is the story of. EMPRESS-TOMORROW ZANE GREY'S CREAT PRODUCTION "Desert Gold" THE MOST POWERFUL PLAY YET. ALSO ON SAME PROGRAM HARLD LLOYD U >ecia.l% STATE WIDE TONG WAR BREAKS IN CALIFORNIA SAX FAXCISCO. Feb. Ijil.-lii what the police say ia the first dyiinite out- break bftre of tiio state wide war be- tween the Bing Kong ant: Mop Sing tongs, Ji Leong, un aged Chinese fish- urmaii shot and killed early to-1 day. AH Leong was asleep five U.sts weru sent into his head by tho j slayt'r. police threaten a blockade ofj Chinatown. GSPOIi You Can Just Tell By its Healthy, Stimulating Odor That is is Gofng To Do You Good THOUSANDS uf men tnid womru. whnn Un! Icjjs-t, liitlo flM-niiKilif "i-rick" assails ilidn. luivo Hldan's Iu knock it out. I'uu- nhir third of a MMHUTV far more tnday, Thal.'.'i because il is :.n -.vondpi-rnily in rnlicviiiL; (sxtcniiil jirhns ami j hur.liiiMO. b.'irUaclu-. neuralgia, over.straiiKKl juusclos. HtilT! joints, oxposui'e A j littlo is all thai, is nwftssjiry, for it j penetrates rubbing, t the sorn sjvjt. No inusn, no Ktatiio fckin. Made in Canada. All 7Uc, Sl.dO. Sloa Linitnentl Constipaiion is quickly reliand the liver is aroused to tetnitjf by the use ol Dr ChiM's KMiMy Liver Pills Qua piU tea. 25c boi, til tfultrs. Dr. Chases SCENE FROM "HER UNWILLING WITH BLANCHE SWEET, SHOWING AT THE KING'S ON WEDNESDAY t-.-JD THURSDAY. Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcum New York Physician Claims Phosphate By French Scientist Is God- send to Weak, Nervous Folks. "Lei. tJmst' nro wtiak, lliin. voii'v aiK-.'-uii" or run-down, u siaiuriil, subHtanlfc sucli ;IP ISii.ro-I'hosphal.fj and you will soon BOO (i-noiiifilifng rnsitlts In thft iii'i'vi- Ptrcitfcth At' botly i'nrt ininit ami of (Mulur- tiiici-." DI-. .iostip-i Harridan. .1. D. Co., Limited, or any pood will simply (ho uiui! at. nelson KING'S RH "Say It wrth Pictures." tt LAST TIMES TODAY THOMAS MEIGHAN "CIVILIAN CLOTHES" WEDNESDAY AMATEUR CONTEST ALSO. Blanche Sweet IN "Her Unwilling Husband" COLONIAL POSITIVELY TWO DAYS ONLY WED. and THURS.-THIS WEEK THE CYCLONIC DRURY LANE RACING MELODRAMA "THE HOPE" From the colossal stage play Cecil Haleigli and J-Ienrj'Hiiin- illoii. Proiluuort In seven acts with ail all-star cast including JACK MULHALL, RUTH and MARGUERITE DE LA MOTT6. Ifcaping son.satlon upon nep.sation iiml tlirill upon tliriU, ond swcDpiiiB to a climax- that leaves the spectator dizzy with breathless excitement. YOU'VE NEVER SEEM A .THRILLEH LIKE THIS BEFORE Added Comedy, Screen and Bray Pictograph. Matinees 40c; Nights 50c. Children 10c SPECIAL MOOSE BENEFIT PERFORMANCES RUN IN CONJUNC- TION WITH REGULAR SHOWS TIMES TONIGHT (TUESDAY) GREAT "HIP" VAUDEVILLE SHOW ;