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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALT- MONDAY, FEBRUARY CHINESE MKNACR TO CANADIAN CTnZKNSHII' THINK LAUNDRYMEN MOOSK JAW. 1'i'b. men- Mrt. Clifton strtort Mlia C. reck; Wlnalfnd Clifton (lln. Cllfton'n (i. Peck; (a ludj of color) Mm. Goodner; Brldumiid, M. Klower (ilrl, Mini R. llov; Wires Acting Premier Mitchell Setting Forth Understand- ing on Natural Resources EDMONTON, Alt.i.. Feb. Shortly af'tej- noon Monday, Act- ing Premier Hon. C. R. Mitchell received a teiccram from Hon. A. Msighcn, premier, briefly out- litlirn the iattcr'o understanding conc-rrnirirt tho pr .posed agree- tncHv in tlu. transfer of natural resources si arrived at during the verbal ccrr'erer.r.e with the prem- ihrce western prov- inces 15th last. The gist of ircsscrse is that Mr. Mention's of the arrangement of December was this: That the subject of the transfer of the natural resources was to be studied and "a rough accounting" prepared u that sug- gestions could be arrived at to be submitted to representatives of the western provinces. Of course, so the message saya, any agree- ment would hive to acceptable to al! the western provinces be- fore it could be accepted by the federal house. Mr, Meighnn's message with the hope thr.t material progress will be mnde along these lines this year. Mr. Meighen's telegram was in reply to one sent by Mr. Mitchell transmitting the motions of the subject now before the Alberta legislature. ace to Canadian dtlirnshlp anil In I II. C. Woods returned from! Canadian in tin- admitting MoBlelno Hat on Krldiy irter attcod- of Chlnuso into the country, wan the Tresbytery mcetiim there. subject of what was votuil tho most Mr. J. Pock prevented by intercRtlng address of tho cduvcutiou tho stormy weather from ntklnf the was Riven Ihir. morning before the Business in which oar church Northwest Canadian I.aumlrymon. by; is interested came before the meet- A. of Keginu. The speak- j and disposed of iu a Mils- er referred to Uic fact that the China- factory manner. man was not assimilated oven with Hev. II. C. Woods will utiy and yours of residence In tho country. this field until the fall. It not considered a good mato for to find that at the Pro- OTTAWA, Feb. Canadiai raten ou llnuor li will bo increased shortly. Tho board of railway commissioners to day permission to tho C'anu dian Freight association to raise the classification of liquor daughters of lawivlnclal Seed Fair held at Calgary on to double of Saskatchewan forbids him from'February Httrto 17th, tuat some of Unt-etoM ir. less than carload quanti' omployiiic white holp. The Hindu. tho awards came to thin dlntricM ties and to third class iu car-load lots. Uritiilli born ior generations r.nd more GiSon Bros, were marked No. 3 for i Tho liquor dealers arc expected to cnliJlitwKHl than the Celestial, was Winter Ryo iu class 43; In class 45, ibslr tho COB. No not fallowed to enter but tho alien; third for peas; iu class 46, third Chinaman was. Civic Improvements !nai, and also awarded fourth in class e" on wore mocked by the Chinese laundry j 52 for alfalfa seed. Ernest Wegcnest which invariably was an eye sore. was fourth In ctass 21 for oats (uied- Campbell Orion Talent Gives a Play ium The warm winds and sun made The board's order Trhtch is signed by the chief commissioners, Hon. r. B. Carroll, sots .Jirth the reasons tor Wants Election After short work of the snow on Tuesday, i adds: with the result that a lot of water "l6 business will in the was flowing through the. coulw b? Tt.ry largely by tho Provinces, some of whom arc al- ,iI1B. "'l4 th remainder Gordon Wharry has returned to the I district after being away since last OI la' fall. n of whom probably erpect to do so, I am of the opinion that some further Member for The Pas Introduces Amendment to Amendment On Throne DebiiU- amid applause, that they de- siroil id see Canada looked after first. -A rosoiuIiDii 0 the ronunons this iij; ijy .1. A. rest sucli unrest as was hi j with credit to themselves. 51r. and! to iue country. Great Britain and other i Mrs Hoyt as Mr. and Mrs. Mason (at huropoan countries had had an cleo- i ti1Q farm house where all tho events! but they still had the unrest in wern staged, took leading part, as i NEW ihoso 7t was natural that aid their two nigger servants Ebony i "CANADA WEST" opnosiiou should demand a ersl election, but Dr. Matiior. declined iT'io M-ri v-hicli virtually'10 that rhu people of Canada for of Uie Imuse sonerally wanted one, and for this rea- havo been votc.l. and aiso" opposition' general .dection immedialely aiU-r re- 'iistribntiun. such reilislriittiuon to bo i.rouaht about as stion as H in tNc .'arm of an nnK-mlmf-nt and srsiiiins charge iluu tile prc- seni. inlniinisiratiini aupport tho leader of, tho jrov-ernmout and the policy he wished to carry out. The opposition! isaid that the government bad no man- That miRiii be. "But." Dr. Manfon added, "when they.aak me to t-ross tho floor I ask tbom ''Who gave mo a mandate to go behind Uie leader af tbe Mandate Not Raised Tho, government, ?aid Dr. Manion. i had bop.n cletif.eJ by an overwhelm- j ing majority of votes raaf. in Canada. On no occasion in constituency ha'd the question nT din of ihe; mandate yver been raised, and doubted if it had bcenj raised anywherfi during that elec- fioii. majority of people who were Imhincl tho in liHT, wore etill behind it. The opposition had made practical-' Iy no criticism nf thu government.! They had claimed tliaL they were usurpers, which was a chtini ;niy op-J position, could mulo-. Some criticiHin i made against the premier un-1 fair! Tho present, admii.jstndioii and lircdecfissor had pnf. tiinjush mur-1) j n-iae and li liad car-; rtcd out Cany da's purr, in ihe war! fTeclitnbly; other duties di.schitrirod were those of demobilization and rr.i state, ;iml sonui'uu.s p-'n sions; thn formation of a depurtmnnf-! ni' liealtii: development rif Hcionlftii', n'sei'.rr.'h; tin: .to wnpicti mill a fair Crunrhtet! fyi-i HO KuuRhi, tu have ('anadfi, jiropor piaf .Tiiioni; Uie, iKUinn-; of l.ho'i Mi'itiiif-rs rif i son of Mrsi. Clifton'i. Mr. Eggleston; Arthur Floyd (a villain) M. Peck; George Clifton (a returned Califor- nianl J. Everson; Pai-son Swift (an astonished clergyman) Billy Torry (a fbatman) R.'Gilchrist; Brewster Cpolicc Chambers; Ebony (a colored individual) G. W. Beattie; Mrs. Mason (David's wife, a good adviser, Mrs. Hoyt; Dolores (the Miner's Miss J. Season's Biggest Event POSITIVELY ONE PERFORM- ANCE ONLY TUESDAY, MARCH 8 Gilbert and Sullivan's MERRY COMIC OPERA WITH 65 PEOPLE t BOSTON btaiSH Uiw THE WfTH GOHPANY or STAGS INTACT, ji.QO and 31.00. MAIL OKDER.V NOW JU THEATRE U NOW PLAYING Prices, 10c and The Days of Old, The Days of Gold, The Days of '49 -And under a giant redwood, on wild Sierra I] slope, a little 'troupe of wander- In0 minstrels. A trembling girl, with a violin. playing "Nelly Gray." A band of listen- ing. spell bnokenl demon awakes "Who shall take A maddening bandit leader wins, The rest is a song of a soul's regeneration. WILLIAM S. Block" Also 'i opics of the Day and of comedy. month after month. Laughter ot all kinds from tlie gentle smile to an uproar of merri- ment is the reward of every perform- ance of "Ruddigore." Its slde-splittia? foolery provides laughter all the way FORGED PASSPORTS MADE 'through every act and every scene IN EVERY COUNTRY Gilbert and Sullivan outdid them- selves in. the making of, this comic WASHINGTON. 'Fell. Forged passports, to enable undesirable and dangerous aliens to enter the United States are being issued iu almost every European country, it was an- nounced today at the state depart- ment. opera, and Gilbert himself never vented a better plot, wrote more de- licious lyrics and gave voice to such j humor as expressed in the appear- ances and words of his characters. And the they are Sir Arthur Sullivan at his very best, and EMPRESS THEATRE-NOW PLAYING SECRET OF "SIERRA" BILL'S IDENTITY REVEALED "THE TESTING BLOCK" BANDIT IS WILLIAM S. HART Outlaw Had Periods of Happiness and Worry After the Pan Creek Raid, But Bill and Family Are Happy and Contented Now. The secret of "Sierra" Bill's identity and disappearance after he had kidnapped Nelly Gray, a member of the Ellis Traveling Players, near Pan Creek, in tho Sierras, many years ago, was revealed recently when it was unnuunceil lliui. Uie onco feared outlaw has reformed and is living happily .with hin wife, son and famous pinto pony near Placer. It develops that Sierra Bill is none other than William S. Hart, ranch- man, ccwpunolicr, actor anil motion plAnro star! AowmiiiiK to William S. Hart who haa piclnrizert the thrilling scenes of "Sierra" in remarkable photoplay entitled "Tim Testing which n-ill be shown at the Empress theatre, today, Sierra Bill's happiness van interrupted by a member of his band who mine-ceded in sepor- atinK Rill from his wife by rousing her jealousy. Ilo manases to flml her latur and she succeed! in savins tlio of their son when she plays un old air ou her violin. Both then understand. The picture is exceptionally beautiful and the best Mr. Hart ever made. Tile story was written hy Mr. Hart hvnielf and it was dliwted by N'ovufc h'ads a capihlr supporllnp rumpiiiy. 11 hut a (rett deal. "KwUfeort" will broujthf I. ________ _____.....W1..... this city Ht Mtjei'ir T Kent re on hoyavtr, entct-i tho houtc. TnoHdity ulckt. .Mirch Stb. it will I for htnlmom Ihu chfldroi uttemyu to >end him prvltnil have Ihu of beautiful netllnfii, custumn and u cut of nuiwrUtive eicxllencv. There will aleu mtr.y ustoiinding el'.'drlcnl and the chorus, cs- In the briaesmaldu and fain 1 ily scenes will ho remark- ably qflective. In u word, "Kuddiitore" is the clev- erest and funniest operatic liurleinue on drumiitic that bus ever been written and acted and sung. AT KING'S TrlREATRE .Herbert i-hntn In about to niter. aroiising llerliert's COASTING AS TOM MIX DOES IT How would you like Iu eel a at the top of a hill and coast down It u mllu a mlmitn and plow rlghl through un enemy cknip'.' Uallgerous sporl, you say. AVoll. 'I'om -Mix. In "Tho Wilderness Trull." which In being shown at tin: Theutic dooH this thrilling act. It in a plcco of work that makes you liobl your David Harrington! who has old- is !iml Tom'.Mix fashioned Idiu of love, m.rrlago U homo, awkwardly proposes to his Reity tJravea, a society girl, vrho ii a bit of a uiiob. His pro- posal accepted, Uaye announces that ho has built und furnished a bunga- low unbeknown U) Betty, on thu as- aumpttorrthiit she would surely marry him. lu Dave's machine they visit tho bungalow, Betty believing; the expedi- tion to be simply a house-hunting one. Learning, however, that Dave hud built the home for her, she accuses him of tailing' her actfetftance too much Tor granted, and peevishly re- turns homo. Dtive, In pic- tures liUrfuturo life that of a loncly bachelor. In tho meantime, Sybil aud Herbert imve quarrelled aud Sybil asks Dave o secretly shelter her three children rom her husband. Dave agrees, and with the Wdctiei. for companions he targets troubles with Betty. A 'taffy-puU" and over-eating by the children results in their illness and Oave summons Betty's father, Dr. Graves, who arrives with Betty and one oC her admirers. Ferdle. That night Herbert calli and Dave, 'earing.lie will discover the wlld tho lllc GREAT HIP SHOW AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Easily tho'bcsl bill in nionlUa will lie seen at tonight's Hip show at tiiu Colonial, for four genuine licadliLnj acts are on tho bill. Henrietta and TOirrlner will offer tho best singing act noard here in months. Uoth havo magnificent voices, and will render a number of old and new songs. Paul Savoy, a comedian of inter- national repute will present Ills ori- ginal comedy act, Into which he inter- polates a line of clever singing, danc- iug and Instrumental music. 'Fowler and Carlson have an extra- ordinary acrobatic act which for sen- sationalism has never before bceu equalled. Burns Ijjrrainc, with Mr. Burns in hiSjdever Impersonation of Harold Lloyd, the screen star, will close the show with their fast comedy act. i Alice Brady in "The and a Century comedy entitled. "Hot Dog" will complete bill. KINGS Quality Pictures at Regular Prices. TODAY TUES. WED. Charles Ray "AnOU- Fashwned Bftf A Guaranteed Attraction. WEDNESDAY-AMATEUR CONTEST COLONIAL A Week of Wonderful Attractions The Best Bill in TONIGHT AND TUES. Great "Hip" Vaudeville Show Don't Mist This Show HENRIETTA AND WARRINER Magnificent Songsters. BURNS LORRAINE Nifty Comedy. In 'THE FEAR MARKET' PAUL SAVOY Eccentric Comedian. FOWLER A CARLSON Acrobatic Sensation. "HOT DOG" Century Comedy. CONCERT ORCHESTRA Mats. 50c; Nlghta We; Children 2Sc. WED. and THURS. The Smashing Dramatic Thunderbolt "THE FIGUREHEAD" With Eugene O'Brien and a fircat Cast. ____FRI. and SAT, s. HARRYCARCT IN "West Is West" Carey's Best. COMING NEXT WEEK OTIS SKINNER in "KISMET' THE MILLION-DOLLAR SPECTACLE. ;