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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE BIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY I THURSDAY. FEBRUARY to. 1021 Hon. T. A, Crerar, Progressiveleader, Declares Government Tariff Policy Already Settled and Is Well Known N'esitt-rn Farmer Leader MaUes Contribution on Throne De- on Imple- ments Not Needed nl ihui tariff 'odm'o tlir mM 1 iH-ovklo proti'i-ium me in of industri to i revision would 'ssury ivu-nm1 ami t'uv ilu.' develop- aRrin'.Ni OTTAWA, I'al V Tho new member for 1'eterboro, X. Corlon. took his scut lection was im am i already produced more J a.criculturnl implt'intMUs than could be 1 tiseil nt liome. The prices Tor tho ex- ilian I portable surplus were fixed iu tli" i nwirkets of tlic world. To say pro COURT RULINGS OTTAWA. Fell. -I. conn of t'aiiiulii Ilils morning. Uio follow him Jlldtmciils were rendered: .Mbortu vs MoHllccllo, appeal tliSitlUiwed willi oosts. Saskulcluiwan -Oillailluu Northern Railway vs Horn. dismissed wilh co-Us. .MliiluiuK. J. uisstmius, 'Desert Gold' Made A Great Hit At The Empress Yesterday in parliament today when the bouse assembled. Ho was Riven a great re- V'irst ill Int'i-diUieca p d ill members ot .be ridiculous. Tile premier, saul .Mr. Orerar. had placed tile issue cleatly reading was given u before the people in his speeches bv K .McMasler, f throughout tile country. -Mr. Orerar to maW it'incum-i'Icdared tluit he a believer in m.m ot Uio senate siraiRhl talkins. Mr. JMshon di.l not or house ot commons, who accept gov-1 always support his poiuncs by sound e-nmcut portfolios to reoigu director- arpinu-nt. The Eaverument talked ol .iiips iu anv incorporated comiianioE. a wriit for revenue in the same not diseased. as it tallce.i of protectton. "Desnrt Gold." tlrey's latest titost powerful story, opeiii'd its at the popular Knipross! yesterday, where il scored tho big-1 hit of any X.aue (.Irey pictures: yet. C'oiuineucinj; with Hie afternoon matinee, "Desert played to a packed house, and by it o'clock there was standing room oniy. many being unable to gain admission. The photo- t i 1'lay. while co-directed by Mr. Grey The prime numsier men reienuu iv was a distinct (lillercnct; no-1 follows his storv correctly iu HIP -Hidden death ot T. P. Owens, ccli- tween the. two classes ot the Umlf. j lv.iv Thp beilutiml sccnery, tor of parliamentary delates. They were ou inconsistent grounds (he f ..Dcs. Mr. Meigheu praised the. work of, when they tried to make the people onp o( Mr Owens during his 33 years asso-; lielievo that one tana coulu cover vMl.h will llleet ,vith the ciation with Hansard. The warmth I both and geniality of his Irish character, ho said, will be missed by members I cu both sides of the house. Hon. W. L. MacKenzie King asso-, ciated himself with the tribute. Hon. T. A. Crerar also endorsed tile j tribute. OXO Cubes are wonderful invention they contain just those elements which nature needs to make good the wear and tearofdaily life. A cup of 0X0, with a biscuit or two, sustains for hours. Cubes Urilinh tmyyH'Hml AfehiinlKUii natives In Khybt'V Puss, Unit is a of realism. ticrtMMi version wus mudo by A. Shelby Vhio, and tho rlaboratrt art wero designed by A. Al- ley. Herbert Blanche Ulroelor. with iho whole production under thu norsoniit of Maxwell Kar- Metro Director Ueueral. aSt'o It tonight. editoriul niiiil lha bent t'liUTtttlmuiMit New York I tun ever StMMl." rarrlvs tts own or- rhtwlru of its tlin music, of he. pUycd satibtuctorlty vnly by u vomuituy to( playura gathered emvocially for that COUNTRY iTORC VODVIL NITE FRIDAY NIGHT AT COLONIAL LARRY SEMON TOPS WEEK- END SHOW AT COLONIAL Larry Somon, the comedy king, will be the. star attraction on the bumper Kriday and Saturday show at tho Col- onial Theati'v-, in his very latest com- edy riot "The Head Waiter." The comedy is one-' long howl nf laughs from start to finish. As the head wait- er all Larry has to do is to organize n restaurant full of dazzling beauties j into a cabaret mob. Dick spaghetti line I of all who see it. Harold Moyd is also seen on the j bill in -one of his fast, rollicking hack of the Duchess of Caz sotllo a strike, knock out about- a dez-, en villains, and raise -the dickens in Reneral. A wooden Indian would have England. There sho meets her lover, a young English nobleman and mar- protege. Margaret Hill is happy and she has her choice between happiness and duty to Levering from which to choose. Tier choice may be seen in "Out of the which comes to the Kings Theatre for two days, com- mencing Friday. Diiu'iiifs. in which Lloyd himself set i house spellbound with his daring. HER UNWILLING HUSBAND" A LAUGHING MATTER Tho liouse then went into commit- t-jy on the bill to amend the Pom in- iim HIectious Act in regard to the jiroliibition plebiscite in Ontario. Hon. Crerar Speaks lloii. T. A, continuing tlcbate on the address, congratulated Hon. Arthur Meigheu on his sioft to the post of prime minister. It -was perhaps an indication of the j growing importance of the west thai iltis important office should now he 'iLlied by n westerner. Crerar congratulated the mover j and seconder of the address on hav- mg made the best of a nitlier I cult Job. Ho summed up the speeches of the former party leaders by lhat. in effect, Hon. AlacKeni'.iP Kinjr had said to the premier: -want j you to get and Mr. Meighen had replied: "I am going to stay here as j Ions as T can." That seemed to he i the sum of what was contained iu ihe j two speeches. Mr. Orerar said, and j something more might have been ex-j pected from both. I The speech from rhe thron? appeal-j pd to the leader of the Progressives as resembling a BtatuDieiit OL assets and liabilities uf a company which; was goiug iuto bankruptcy. j Twits the Premier Football Scores Capricious are the ways of im- solely by Sweet in the spirit- Feb. i't. seitinjr, completes the bill. !fd. frothy, farclul and highly umnsing suciated a reuluyeil howc.ver. is tlie best seeM here feature, produced'by Jesse D. Hamp- yct funny, feats. The latest Topics of the Day. and one of the most beauti- if one may judge i scenirs, "The Rocks of Klora." all i the evidence of Blanche j Canadian, together with a special I'nwilUng The spet'ial six iu-l dramatic allrac- tion on the bill will bo the intensely human story of tho sunny Californian hilly, "Two Kinds of Love." which is admirably played by an all star Uni- versal cast. As an added attraction, another of the poputar Mounted Police tales, this being, "The Timber will be shown. Charllo Jptsresfovd's musical hoys will offer exceptionally good orches- tral accompaniment to the show. Although tlic bis .week-end show at tho Colonial is of the most costly thai has beon tkfl'eroU this season. ".Manager Len Brown will advert1 to his policy of ('dunlry Btoro Vodvil Nite on Friday night, and will stngo tho big evont at eij'ht o'clock. A lino list of in as tht> Hi-rit prixe. and u large number of other prizes, .will be given away. AMATEUR CONTEST As usual (he auialonr contest nt tho King's Theatre on Wednesday evening again proved its i by its fui'Htvnces. Tho I contest consisted of the best talent procurable in and is equally as good as any high class vaudeville show. Theatre patrons who fail to witness these weekly con- tests are missing the time of their lives and should make it their busi- ness to attend next week's contest, which will be even better thau all pvreious contests. lish soccer cup tie game "today. Ply-; FOUU' nionths. and should not hi mouth and Chelsea drew, neither s scoring though exiva time Coventry defeated iu a second division missed by anyone, shown This bill will be ton for Pa the. that opened at the Kings Theatre yesterday. for the balance ot' the week. 1 Acting on an impulse born of tho Pneed ot protection when confronted by her ex-fiance. Blanche Sweet, as j STIRRING LIFE STORY IS Marvis Jerome, an actress, introduced NEW YORKERS' DECLARE BEST MUSICAL NOVELTY IN MANY YEARS PHYSICIAN WRITES 10tOOO 41PERS" IN JUST THIRTY DAYS WINNIPEG, Feb. Manitoba physicians have been suspended for periods ranging from one wick to six months as a result of the wholesale issuance "of prescriptions for whiskey as a beverage, the council of the Col- lege of Physicians and Surgeons for Manitoba announced today. One of the doctors suspended gave prescriptions during a one-month period, according to testimony obtained by a special committee appointed by the coun- cil for this purpose. Twelve of the physicians prac- tise in Winnipeg. "OUT OF THE STORM" "Out of the Storm." latest. Imminent Authors production by Gertrude Ath- erton. is a storv, of romance aud will hold its aud to the last, j tries. America and England, and the i relationship, formalities to overcome i and difficulty that a young Knglish lord experiences before he 1 marries a girl of hfs choice, Hill, sympathetically por- rfis from the first reel It is a tale couu- a perfect stranger, a woman-shy bachelor', as her husband. The ex-lover was suspicious, and more than ever in love with the girl. He acted like a correspondence school detective who stood at tho head of his class. He ?pied and glared and asked pertinent ques- tions. It was a battle of wits" be- tween the girl and the two men un- til the lover found "the in this case letters thai exposed the bogus husband. Then be stag Barbara Castleton, i? at nifty ami cave-man act. got in a resort. Her an exciting start 1 voic'1- appeals to Albert Levering finish. :i Sydney Ainsworfhl and he offers to have it cuUivate-il. Ho, supports her, I until, at the expiration of two years. j Levering is arrested for embezzlement i and Margaret is thrown upon the world -with her voice as her only i away to romantic STUPENDOUS MELODRAMA AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE THRILLS BIG AUDIENCE I Xew York's greatest jimsical hit of the past season, is coming to the Majestic on Tuesday night, March 8th. It' you were in Xew York last sea- son, of course you saw and hoard "Ruddigore." Everybody saw it, everybody praised it. and everybody applauded it. If you were not la New York last season, you must have heard of this great comic opera tri- umph, and want to see It. In that case, you will be delighted-to know that "Ruddigore" is on tour and is coming to this city. The same wonderful music, the same side-splitting plot, the same amusing characters, and the great- est array of stars ever seen away from Broadway will make this pro- j-Auction of "Ruddigore" a feature ot I the season. The cast consists of Kugene I.ocktiai't, George Bogues, Bertram Goltra, Alice JMay Marionue Godhout, Joseph Florian, 10va Quintan! and others, with Mr. Urerar was glad 10 pee in the froin tlie throue the statement i NO CONFIDENCE IN that Canada was freer from unrest than other countries. This -was true. but the speeches which the prime minister had been making lately all I Company Jesliiymjr b over the country might, very easily give the impression thai Canada was j I. nn the verge of red revolution. He verge thought Mr. .Meigheu must regret, ____ The famous spectacular melodrama, chums that is unrivalled in set. She to America, and after Hope." by Cecil Raleigh and hu singing ability. Xo money has i a Ions and hard struggle gains renown i Henry .Hamilton, way. produced last' been sptired in bringing together this i uml i.s sent on an" operatic tour through I night in a motion plrture version at HYDRO-RADICALS j__________ _ __ the Voltmlal theatre. It was one of the Feb. of im" most eiVort.-: of muny Farmers lo Operative! HUSBAND S STORY WILL sons, its LPg scenes indiiding ------___., _. ._. ilIA717 f wrimmrini? icanhquako in tlie houses (.'oinmission invpsiigut- nolALCt Ihe practicability of the Ontario, su :j-electric power comiuissiou's j for TORONTO, ihe rnitpd seen toppling into his sober moments, some of the ex- Iac travagant statements he bad been, a? "Adler-i-ka holped mi' the earth, aud a. skirmish between the stomach and projected radial railways, expressed j in TWK.VTV MINUTES! 1 works beyont. company. Alexander Wooleott of the- Nrew Vork Times, said: 'Ituddigore' is an] the best show 1 ever saw in my life." "Pitts Sauboru oC the Xew York Globe pronounced it "a geyser ot wit and humor." The Xew York Sun in lack of confidence in the hydro-radial; vag; making ill' his campaigns, played politics. There was a atir in the house Mr. Crerar aaid that the premier was aee'kinjr to revive the name of preju- dice in Quebec and to set French Canada against the section of the country. The tvovern- ineot benches called "No, but Mr: Crerar persisted. The prime min- Jstpr, he hail certainly been j Kuilty of trying to raise feeling in 1 Quebec province against the .west aud i the political movement which had 'had its rise there. There seemed. In; said, to been little response to the premier's overtures to Quebec. One recruit to the government ranks alone had bnen I made and that recruit iL. J. Can-; i thier) had not yet. got round to the, government benches, but was only working his Tray in that .direr-lion, Government Has No Policy The farmer leader then .criticixr-'i the Rovernment for making no state-j ment of policy. Its reference to old j nge pensions and unemployment, in-, MI ranee, he thought, was a tentative. I hid for the workiugman's sympathy.! Hut it was only -A reference. If the! meant to produce any j i legislation to those 'ends, parliament j had not been made aware.of it. i Personally, Mr. Crerar thought that! if such equitable laws were framed.; ;ir! would give all Canadians a fair j I'hanco to earn their living, old i pensions Jind unemployment would not be necessary at this stage. There were more useful things to be attempted. I Govt. Tariff Policy Announced i There was reference in the speech 1 from the throne to tariff revision at i the present session. The work of the j tariff commission had hardly been a labor of love. Mr. Crerar asked why! had it been necessary to make this i announcement in tlie speech or i spend all the money nnd labor (neres-j sary in the work of that commission, j The government had already announc-j its policy in regard to the tariff." The mass oC evidence collected by tlie commission would he of very little practical value. [Is appointment seemed to be just another evidence of j delay. Protection and Farm Implements Tliu speecli froiii tho throne hari being able to provide better ship- where he i than were already offered by the steam railroads. expectations." Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH npppr and lower bowel removing foul matter which poisoned stomach. Brings out all gasses and sour, decaying food. MINNEDOSA DOCKS j EXCELLENT for chronic constipu- ST. JOHN, N. B., Feb. Ition. Guards against appendicitis. P. O. H. liner Mhmedosa arrived yes- j Adler-i-kn removes matter you never terday morning from Liverpool with i thought: in your system and which 432 rabin aud 74G third-class may Imv.- been" 'poisoning you'for) era. ions of general cargo amU mouths, J. D. Hiyinbotham