Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. FKBWAltY THE LETHBRIDGKDAILY HERALD PAGE Alberta Farm Land For Whole Dominion Is 'laims d'ovcrnnient As Much fo Hlame As Miners1 Officials I OTTAWA. f'Vh. ,Thp uvrrapr vali'ps of farm hind in I 'Canada woro higher in wrro farm wages hut values of fisrin j valu iHvesioi'K ami of wool .showed a con-! incl gsfilrnihlc dtv'roauo. iici-onlUiK u> Ih" Dominion h'.iroau of yUUstii-s annual report for 1320. Tho average values nt 011'tipifd fitrm laml in Cnnuda. inrhuline Imth improved and un-improved laud, lu- put her with nil classes of farm build- ings. an arro. as against }l'; in U'lit, 541 in IMS and S3fi in HUT.. Mfitiah Columbia led the nwins to thf special value ot laud for fruit prowinp. The uveragf vuliiH in thai province was In other provinces, average values were: Ontario and (jueiH'c I'rituv Inland Xova Scotia Manitoba New Brunswick S3o: anil Alberta j Average farm wages increar-eil iid wr-tv i t 11 month; wouiiiu hcjii'd ;il, JL'O u month. for 5 1-! for The in AlbiTtu and tiuskuu-h fo against slr ho.u's approximate vahr. in 1P20. with ,l! i; milk1 I vp S Hi a-; upatnut Th" of 1'arin Hordes atlie ugainst J-in5.070.000; against JTOSiSlIt.m-t': ?hcep against. i hogs SM.lS'i.itno apainsf. Thy total vahu' of slock.; tor amounted :o agataFi Thy value oi farm poultry in was OIU.OW. I-Vh. 'Jti. Tho oxo- tutivc council of the American Fed- eration of bur HUM hero today to consider ihr action of tho uovoni- HHMI! in proset niinR the I'M tied Mill-1 Workers of America for alk'scil violation of the Shernmn Anti-TrnM law. Hie m "ft in a bojum. Win. nccrt'tary of the miners' union am! one nf [hose Ind'cUnt yesterday ai Indianapolis. Usuod ;t forma! stute- ment thai ii the union oftlc iais were pu'lty oi' conspiracy "the itself is .1 parly thereto" milters had suli- regulation and h" last three years, w-s Woll. ii vice-president ol'i rk an Federation of Labor.! iho indictment ot' the oxecu-' the union a luirt of the j to destroy the tioii MARRIAGE ANNULLED: BRIDE WAS MISLED OTTAWA. Ftb. Bruno morning annulled of Bertha J. Splegal, a and N. A. Ap.tsllnk. per- formed by F. S. SprflOI. a Methodist minister, on the ground that the bride had been milled by the grwm Into believing that the marriage wai being performed by a rabbi. The bride wat a minor. i ftcratn in the IBI hli or I wo conHiumt-, Ib.i Culimlil mm. The tuoilui-iul tty im a was br J. unil In imr at nioct phulu-nlnyii ovur prcit-nled tu pub Mr. Sklunnr. who, on the loKllimalo ytapo hi ihio country, fronted tlu1 ItriiK'lual role io that of llaij, Iho bt'K.iur, tnd ll s (bo E WEEK MM. 14-20 Committee Has Outlined Program For The Big Week Kin i prs will write lo t heir boys who ar.1 away from. bunii1 and boys who are away from home will write to thei: fathers. Wednesday will he family Thursday fathers will go with their sons to lheir group meetings. Friday hie. fa! her and son bamiiict for all fatlu'i't and sons in A lime wilt be had thai Suttii'day lather and son hike, er and son gym hour, t'aiher and swim mid father and ton iour- uament. j Sunday, t'aiher and son in all Put her ;md yon walk on Sunday afternoon, father urn! :son go to chnrch. i Thjs will he. u. real father and sun week alright. i Xo merrier medium for has ever boon created than Gilbert and union movement, as the action Sullivan's famous comic opera, "Hud- at the very foundation of the j Us wit. comes the fool- nf collective bargaining. j lights in never-ending flashes, its t tunes sjntrkie iuerrily in solos and choruses, ami its satire i? k sustained throughout the length of its two loni; acts. I presses tlio KViiliiri of Gilbert anil Sullivan ;tt tho top notch of their art, i rt. sud it is the Itostun Knslish Opera rfiP wilh :l LLnUUL; In "PtiHlilisrore" the famous Gilbert foro hundreds of of people, pleased to believe that Ms screen varelon is his Rreatttrt interpretation of .tho part, Mr. Skinner dec-lured that his screen portrayal liis IUBL appearance in the character. WhEte always malnuinlaf a liigh sttimliinl in all pictures released. Hob ertsou-Cole In presentation of outstripped previous efforts. Placed In old Turkav in Asia, in the city of Bagdad, thf jives many opportunities for richness of settings. Realising (hat to duplicate and outdo the stage version of "Kis- met" it was necessary to go the limit and embrace each and every one of these opportunities, hundreds of thousands of dollars were spent in obtaining exucUiucle. ot detail and perfection of setting. ox'! CHARLES HAY PULLS TAFFY WITH DIREFUL RESULTS IN NEW FILM trouble Iniulvtd In romovlvc It from photodramas Qrv; aod the hi buJr, which hftd become completely cut plrtiira of this much admired FLJJ? corcrwl with the ntlcky pro- alar, "Thy vokftd nuch mirth it the Thinnun M. dared to he Incn whcrt tho picture wus I he booU of ftlmcd. I If repetition of scene had bocu trapping rriiiittttcd by Director Storm. Mr. Uuy emphatically declared that "prop" ingredients would have been suhstit- titixi for moliiNrtg, sugar, oi. cetera. Huid to which ho had actually u.Td In making the cuudy. TOM MIX COMING TO THE KINGS THEATRE As a gunlighlcr Tom Mix never has flre. Nor has any one of his Trail" it from H> same numc by about the Canadian futv 'ti-and bnnliiK a ruu ut the Theatre iifxt Thuruiluy, C'olloe.n .Moure, who is tin.! loudfnj1, ludy, and an unusually cast lu'u the usual vim and Into (his play. Some of (he features are snow sc.tMiery which, according to "eporl, never have beon rivaled on thfi ntrreon; two [lerco lights by Tom Mix. Hitd'a wholesome romance tint should po home to every human lieiirl. The scenario is by Kenyon. nnd the; direction by KM ward J. Le Saiut. Eva Novak Is Leading Woman for Wm. S. Hart in "The Testing Block' Charming Young Actress Has Role of Nelly Gray, Whose Muiic Wins Love of Bandit Chief. In S. Hurt's new Paramount picture, ''The Testing ;i thrilling story or the, Sierras in the oarly days, the, loading is Novak, wbo. doubtless, is new to many Paramount audiences- Misi Novak The i'wther tfon coiiunJiief. ip- poiated by the Local Boys' Work and Ttixis Council, hare met and outlined elaborate plum for futher and son weak. The week will be held from' _ __ -March 14th to the UOtli. Ii was first) decided to hold the week from March I POLICE INVESTIGATING 7ih to isth. btit un account or STRYCHNINE CASES IN activities crowding Hie week it has! SASKATOON DISTRICT det-ideci io put ii ofT for one veelj SASKATOON, Pruvincial ThU week 1ms i( great snrprisf ile-ipolfce are investisating two sirych- Jhind it. For a number oi year? father nine cases in lllis The land son week has been observed as hod-v oi Buczniski. a ..Rinnan i> national week. Thousands of falli- Uifliculty Over Island of May Invite U. S. to Send Representative I'ARIS. Feb. While L'nited noio on the mandate uucstion i -Mortals ami ghosts abound iu its dm- iias nor. been considered in ihe Personae. Thc airs are sethic- siuns of the council of tbe Uague oi making'the entire opera world has written a lihruuo and lyrics which are ;i continuous of melo- It shows up the foibles and absurdities of that pupnlar form of i j.'( play, nnd its chanuters are exact re- productions of many seen in many a inelodrania ihronyhout u period of many years of stage history. udy "An Old Fashioned sched- uled as the leature Paramount offer- ing at the Kings for ran of Xalions since Thursday's meeting, private conversations between the of enchantment. songs, orchestral combine in "Ruddigore" Melody, dialogue. these account for Us great success in New York last season. It comes to the Majestic Theatre on Tuesday, March Sth. and sons have come together and (enjoyed rhat closer chumship which 'means so much to fathers and lint which i.-; so often missed in these, turnetl tiays of hastlo and bustle with fathers 'laVcn up with their business and boys so huay with all their social activilies that the one has very little time (lie other. It is a mistake when thifi comlitlon. arises. But today the iioy seems to'.jjrow up HO fast that as soon as IIP puts on long panis he for- sels liow that flue ok! man, his dad. would like to have his company, and often ?o on walks and hikes or go place together. The hoy forgets farmer of Vonda, Sask.. was removed from its grave yesterday and a post- mortem revealed that the man had A coroner's jury re- n open verdict. At the in- cinest into lite fietitb of AiGxan- cler a I'roininent resident uf Outlook, a siinikvr vt-rdict v.-us relurjierj. .WLIS t'ointd in Fraser's stomacli. members bavo been in progress with a view to finding a way for giving sat- isfaction to tlie Washington govern- ment trespassing on the pre- _________ rogatives of" tbe allied supreme court-1 cil. Dr. Koo. Chinese j MONDAY'S HIP VAUDEVILLE of the'league council lias been AT COLONIAL LOOKS GOOD active in these conferences. It virtually decided, that consul-j i-'0nr clasnv acts of both tbe "A" and ami' TucydayV -B" Hhall be postponeil un-! circuit Vaudnvlllc show -Mr. Ruy, as David Warriugton, playB tbe role of "kitchen-knight" for the amusement of three kiddles, whom is asked to secretly shelter in hit home. Garbed in a tea apron, wielding Mtchen utensils in a most awkward manner while endeavoring to maka a spotless kitchen hito something semblmg a gamblers' den after a raid PffnWoKc6i Mr- Ray's strenuous ettorts to remove tho taffy from hid aands and fur.e at the end of the -cene, to say nothing of the time and START WORK ON APRIL 1 ON PACIFIC EASTERN ROAD fttrui'tiou will on April 1 .--tart f kidneys. Naturally the kldners are the is filled, irkh poigonons waste nuttor, vtecb aettles in the feet, millet and whcta. 'Ai a reJBedT for ihoie easily npuitd Bymptoms of infiamtoaiion iraaMd by uric Bcaldlng urine, backache and frequent iirjna- tkin, is "well as sediment in urine, nr It nric acid in ibe blood Ins caused traeumat-Uin, lumbago, sciatica., lit BimpJf wonderful bow quickly "A-n-nrle" (anti-uric arid) acts; the and sUffness uiiiially disappear. "Ajmric" ia tbo rfi.icoverj of Dr. Pierce of Buffalo. N. V. SUp into any drug- store and ask for package of "Ar.iiric." whis-h many timei more poient than liibia. APPOfNt" LIQUOR MEN QljKUEC, special m.-.-t- ing -f PHI. mutiov of soviet yaiiurs at j u-on.tadi. says the- Central Xeu- SHIPPING EXCEEDS fclfiingfurs correspondent, Ind to ihn j that thn tho soviet j liitiJciship Andrei Pcrvo.svuiini. the- i nut If cruiser PeLropavoIovtjk. iho j Fiossivu. Admiral MaharniTo-1 (IR am! Aurora ;uid srtverLil _ jrunboal.-, HI rt id paled in the rrvnlt and miirder- a mi 111 b.--r of commiKsarierf. Sovir-i, troops i lie urn-. iiituM'i-; v.-e-re uimlih? LIJ i-ope with them. .ovi'-rnrnrint it, trying to rcac-h u ami Lorraine, with ir, hiri i-ifvpr iinpersauations nf Harold l.loyd f unions rninmlian, will tlH'ir suinpy comedy which harf no equal on the Hip ci.-ccmt. A r.m-'fnlly hil! of feature -wirh Alifp Brarly "The Fear Market" will aUo Monday aud Tues- day. "Tin? I-Var ?.Iarket" affords Alice iii- iirrivillllraiiy thc opportunity of her succese- jftil rareer. Tn it she rises to heights of dniinrttir ability seldom reached. "Hot nog" a ridiculously funny Century cnmpdy. the latest Bray pic- anfl n nnp nrenestral rnrtrert AuHtralfiin.-i madft tho ronrnrt Orchestra will nnings IN tho L ihf Knglish t two wick-j_________________ .if iho clay'ri) diingt'i- of a OTIS SKINNER HAS Tho feature I SCREENED "KISMET" GREAT DOUBLE BILL HENRIETTA AND' WARRINER Nifty Song Revue. davs fifte AUSTRALIAN CRICKET tho n whlph IK one of tho "William Stock' plays the part of NVily liray. a violinist attached to i band of strolling pluy., era; who is abducted by "Sierra" Bill, a bandit chief, and forced to marrv him. This is the beginning of an thrilling love romance in which Miss Novak's mimetic powprs are tested to tho full. The story was written by Mr. Hart aud adapted and directed by Lambert llillyer. In the cast are Oordou RuMell, Florence Carpenter and other capable players. This splendid picture be at the Empress Monday. KINGS THEATRC PHOTOPLAYS OF QUALITY. LAST TIMES TODAY GERTRUDE ATHERTON'S FAMOUS STORY 'Out of the Storm' MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY CHARLES RAY A Thomas Ince Paramount Production ot" .McArtnt- Oils Skilllitr. j character Ki'outr.st nf American makes his rtclmt as ping MISTAKE HAS BEEN MADE ON WHEAT POOL REPORT th hy (if fhe F. Grain dispatch io Thc- poor dyspeptic suffers nntuU PRESIDENT WOOD THINKS erery ineal. and uny has dyspepsia knows what joy U [would 'give to eat three square day and not bo puniahcd fur it. af- 'tfsr. Nearly everything that enter? i the weak stomach as au Irritant land ftren tbe little that is paten Jrauscs Much torture and digested -so impBrffictly that it does littln good. Before yon can out hoiirtliy. and iiiot pick and chooKe your food, you jmnst put your stomach into'.inch a jrondition that it 'will nianutarlni'o it? rown digestive i For over forty years Burdork Blond j 3litters has boon ton storing weak 'm heal thy ronditiou HO t [ILL! Ih TIO longer catiae.s bui oughly (HguHted and I enables one to pan aXc of ,i flwr of any nnpleaiiani. uftui1 i i jilra. Alice jOuL.. writes: "I liavc been ;i from indigesiion nnd i for pevfinil yearn. I atiythinK nlniof' Votn the pain in l.ho pit uf un i. Soeins Bnrdork Tllon-l highly reconnnftnded I trii-rl ;i tod cun Klitdly HUV ii. t now, and ItPjildi." Jl. ft. IK munufiirlurud nuly 1 [The, T. MEIburi) Co.. Limited. Tiirnm SH IXC TON'. Feb. period nn-ji- comiielition in world ship- aiB foreKi'fiii today hy tJv1 I'liiti'd Federal Reserve Roan! in a Mirvey of foroign and ship- piiiK" (.'ondii ions. As ;i rfthiilt of over- prodiicUon tlio board said tlmre prob- ably would be Tor a time an of abovp. tlic iininL'diali; nc-ed.-s uf romim.-roe. Shipping ai'f1 rr-alleinic. liourd Umt. tlhi produc- tion of Hltipjtint; bfen in of fmni t no ''ds. Rf'itoi'! H abroad. board ion of shiplmildiiiK s id in f hoard di'rl.ir tl. of il on 3ra! conn- thar, thi' n Britain i'f thP otlUT M. OF A. HEAD IS INDICTED ON CHARGES Season's Biggest Event POSITIVELY ONE PERFORM- ANCE ONLY TUESDAY, MARCH 8 Gilbert and Sullivan's MERRY COMIC OPERA WITH 65 PEOPLE Vfa U03TON LNyUSH THE FUAIAIIEJT OPERA.., ef ALL TIME- pflnyJ) OWN ORCHESTRA CHORUS Tin: GOMPAHY or Prices: w.oo, and MAIL ORDERS NOW BURNS LORRAINE Orlguia! Comedi'. PAUL SAVOY Eccentric Comedian. FOWLER AND CARLSON Acrobatic Sensation. FEATURE PHOTOPLAY AUCE BRADY "TheFewMarket" ISS Bridy'j charm. dramatic ability and her wardrobe of the sea- son's latest creations in gowns, hats and furl are shown at their beit in thit REALART PICTURE "HOT DOG" Century Cometh'. 'An Old-Fashioned Boy A picture that ihows why Charlie is the beat the screen. Beresford's Six Jazzboys. ALSO "MOONRIDERS" and ROLIN COMEDY Three shows 7.00, and ?.00. 50c; Nightj SOc. Children 25c. COMING THURS., FRI. AND SAT. TOM MIX COMING SOON com win) THE MAN WHO NEVER "THE WILDERNESS TRAIL REGULAR PRICES ALL WEEK. "KISMET" Million-Dollar Picture EMPRESS-ZANE GREY'S PRODUCTION, "DESERT GOLD Positively Lait Showing AlM comedy, "Uncle Tom Without.a Topics of the D and Cinadmn Scenic. Thc hlggeit ihow in town. You take no S. HART IN "THE TESTING BLOCK"