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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE UJTHBKliXiti UA1LV MfciKALtJ FRIDAY. FKBHlJARY 23, IIT.'I "DEAD HORSE CASE' I TONS EXPLOSIVES OiNSTKANDEDSHIP j SCARED VILLAGERS: Highest Court in Dominion I'p holds Judgment of Appcl- v late Court Spain. I'cli. puni. risiicd unions tin? seayhoro vil-: yi'stcrday when tho i-U-amor with liMl Ions of dyiinmile on straiidcJ olT Itilboa. Scores of families It'l'l their homes, takinp their '.nrnitmv and livestock with them, and .'islicruit'ii ri'Umilng from voyages nut kick (o sea. Laliurcrs vvciv afraid to go aboard :lo unload the dynamiU1, notwithstand- ing the hifch wages offered ior ithis work. The governor, however, I summoned workmen from a nearby ox- 1 plosive factory and brought the ox- ITUlarly known ashoiv. which was i The suit of whal as "the dead hors taken to the Supremo Court of l'an-j aihi.' al Ottawtt. Mas resulted ill iho j decision of [he Appellate Division of, Supri'iiio ('our! of Alberta being) upiiel'l. The appellant in the case was i V. a farmer of Mac-1 and [he responrielH [ho tk'ello State Itank of Iowa. A. of Lethbritlge. Lppeared tne respondent, hank, and Mr. StoU. of' i'.w.irl. Scoll, Kelly, and Kelly. 01' Ot- OTTAWA. Feb. 25.- (Can. Press.) lor iho appellant. the house opened this after- Tiie casa was onsinahy inert be- noon ilio prime minister, seconded by lore .Mr. Just.c-e in Slr muveil UuU tllo iu Hay last jvar. when he dismissed ol- t; N- (NVest the action brought by the bank to those the amount of two notes 111 tho sum I the committees on private bills and against Killoran. The decision I banking commerce wa? appealed, ami the decision of Mr. i.-irjl. reading to Sir Justice Walsh set as.de. with nirther I Ueorgo bm to. amend ami appeal bein.c taken 10 ihe bupreme consolidate the amendments relating Court 01 I'aimiln. patents of invention. The circumsiances of ihe case are! The holise [llcu look ,he ameml. as follows. In February [wo lo thp Dominion Klectious Act ii.rse salesmen A. Stitu-onn and U-on ,Q ,he talijng: employees of U. P. llygert. Ontario prohibition plebiscite- in April uurouched killorm aiiout liuymg u aniendmem which sought to es- ami on the nvo resilience KiKtFi! a. sale lo him 01 a stallion L.hmse in ,ne vutilli, on thl, Ontario named -Major. The wni-o was j prohibition referendum next April. Tlifl salesmen took from Killoran in was defeated in the commons this naymeui. in sum of JSOfl, un old million.. For the remuinius aaylight Savin8 took two notes. At the time of OTTAWA. Feb. Press.l taking ihe noles me salesmen or not Dominion-wide day- documents from the appellant; sayinK ,imo be tll-s -.-alleii "liei-eipts.' State- j vear has not so tar bccn meiif and "Guaruiuee and hale lou-jullt is probable that Ihe At the time of the sale there j Dominjon government will leave the the municipal authorities I done last year. Much critic-; LARRY SEMON in scene from VITAGR.APMS Comedy Head Waiter." at the Colonial today and Saturday. TWO-FIFTEEN U. F. A. LOCAL HAS NEARLY ALL FARMERS SIGNED U. S. TRADE SHRINKING tlon, which can awn ut the Km tin-Hire Krldav und Suturday. 'I'lie nlory was written by (fartrudo Atlwrtnn, perhaps tho moat noted wrIUr of rontHnce. "Out of Storm" lieilt wlih many intricate situations, Including tho love affair of M young Kngrilph lord for u girl, who, throuxh unforlun- jute circumstances, Hnds herself do- 'pemleut upon tho whim of a criminal for. her livelihood. Margaret Hill, played by Barbara Castleton, cherishes the ambition to i become a famous operatic singer. Her voli'c attracts of Albert levering, played by Sydney Alns- worth, lie takes her to his home In Seattle, and sends her to u. professor to havo her voice cultivated. Two years later he. is arrested for em- Losing her advisor, alone in the world, this forms a crisis iu Margaret's life. Thenceforth, tho story takes on an intricate and exciting aspect. The sit- uations arising from tho love, of Mar- Karet for the yomis English lord, played by John Dowers, and the an- tagonism to their union, form an ab- sorbing and pathetic story that will hold the interest of the audience. There is a shipwreck in "Out of the Storhf and the scene has been made so realistic on the screen that it seems as though one were witnessing tho real thjng. WASHIXGTO.V, Feb. shrink- age of in United States ex- port trade in January was reported to- j day by the department of: commerce.. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT I Someone Is going to win a five- [fact was some talk of insuriiii; the horse. qllcstjon of which the ihe trial jas wa KLive different versions. The uppel p Imports for the month fell off 000 as compared the December figures. GERMAN EMIGRANTS SAIL FOR BRAZIL (Special Correspor.deli MIIJv RIVER. Fell. V. 1- A. at is still growing antl is big- ger than last year but can't grow much more as nearly ail in the districi have signed up as members. The last meeting was held at the Sleepy Hollow school but owins to the cold wcaliu r and bad roads did not have so bis a meeting. However, about turned out and had a very i Brazil. A majority of them are pen- j WEEKiCNO SHOW TODAY interesting meeting. The local dis- ;niless. The passage money for the cussed some of the things the IV F. i emigrants was advanced by the rnmcnt cpded these fields to 'the 'hnnk, which has been critiefseii for thc.m nnriproloperi. Feb. b'-rc. to- of tiu- In. rr- GASTRONOMIC CHAMPS KNOXVILLK, Teni Rogfjrsville. near day laid claim to H tronomir chamjtiiMi tilatR. i lerhert Sihcri i-ently ciime mil on tho long oiid uf a wager by fating ;u. one sitting thirry-spvcn soft lioilftti Just 10 prove ihn theory of Uilonl.s. Si- bert itenior tlifiii iu poiiml.s of honey at two meals. nd by Mm pafirig prowcas of bin ijoiKhbora, Harrison f'hii- (Iresn now fields by couaumini; 16 of poitoil ham withoul SCENE FROM "OUT OF THE STORM." SHOWING AT THE "out of tlie. KING'S FRIOAV AND SATURDAY. Golden Kmin urc of the picture, there is a warm ing of the heart, a reviving of past you and I were young. Maggie." But if the eons itself is old, there is nothing if not novelty in the man- ner in which Mr. Hart introduces it. A strolling band of minstrels in the Sierras during the days of gold, are forced to perform for a bandit crew headed by the redoubtable Bill Hart. the nomadic players is a girl 'named .N'cllm Cray, and the song .she plays on her violin is "Darling Nelly Gray." Tho leader is fascinat- ed. So an: the and Bill lights each one single-handed to win his right to tho girl. Then he forces her to marry him. Shu was the turning point his and when he found love for her. he encountered the testing block in his ladder of life. Everything that.gong to make a Hart picture popular is contained in this great story of MIR golden wost. It will be tthowii at. the Empress tlion- tiT1 next .Monday. Kva Xovak plays opposite the star. Ton fell t and f., morrow Zane CJ rev's poworful picture. "IJesort pro- duced with ;ni all-star cast. Harold Lloyr! in "High and Dizzy" will lie shorn for luiiiglu only, in ad- dition to the picture. This. Hplendhi program should not bo iniss-j "OUT OF THE STORM" IS FEATURE FILM AT KING'S nn" In the latosl Authors 1'rodue- PMPRESC Jj THEATRE STARTING MONDAY ne! His wife! The mother, of his boy! Tke woman whose love was the first fine thing his outlaw's heart had known.' For lier ho had straight, ami WILLIAM S. HARTn "The Testing Block" A golflen'romnnce of the days of "Nelly Cray." Laid on the vast Sierra slopes among: the giant redwoods. Made of the biggest, tenderest things in human life. With 3 Notable Cast including EVA NOVAK Tonight and Tomorrow ZANE GREY'S most po-wertful picture, "DESERT GOLD" Produced with an ull-star TONIGHT LAST TIME HAROLD LLOYD in "HIGH AND DIZZY" Biggest Event POSITIVELY ONE PERFORM- ANCE ONLY TUESDAY, MARCH 8 Gilbert and Sullivan's MERRY COMIC OPERA WITH 65 PEOPLE ljKe BOSTON IWillSH UPf THE FUNfllEJT COWHCOPER ALL TIME THE GOMMNY or INTACT Prices: J2.00, S1-50 and MAIL ORDERS NOW COLONIAL TONIGHT Country Store VodvilNite {50.00 In Prizes. TODAY AND SAT. LARRYSENON The Head Waiter SIX-ACT FEATURE OFUJVE ACOED ATTRACTION The Great Mounted Police Story "THE TIMBER WOLF" Concert Orchestra. Adults 40c. Kiddies' .Mat. r wiih this ad...............DC Today-KINGS-Sat. See the great ship- wreck; the jail de- livery Something you'll never garget. Samuel Goldwyn and Rex Beach, pre- sent 'Out of the Storm' BY GERTRUDE ATHERTON. ALSO Latest Fox and Paths Colored Reel, A ATTRACTION AT REGULAR PRICES. 13TH STREET SOUTH. IT'S DISCOURAGING to discover a hole like thin da tlio comfortable shoos that you rxpentort would last for a cou'plo of months longer anywiiy. How- ovor, it' you send Uiom to us for nil HIGH-CLASS SHOE REPAIRING we can resole theny restore Iheir good looks, and'put them In condition to glvn you long service. Why not try It? J. W. BRADLEY ;