Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE UAILY HtiKALD TUESDAY. JANUARY 4, Holland vs. Town Judgment is Giftb for Other Judgments [tamo group, the following homocftn- 0miH con bi lift t ion! will (1) Principal (3) KIVICCS and (3) Qambas und Sullclmi- als, reprosftnttac 'strings' 4 Reeds; (5) Mixture, to the fortissimo, S foot stops which are the basis of all registration should bars a wldo variety of tone colors, the other steps bolng used only to giro furthur color. A reference to specification which follows will clear- ly show how ibsse .fundamentals hare been observed In the Weslay Church ore nn. The following Is the specification of the organ: Great Organ i hire been banded down r Hit Honor Judge Jack soy of catei which he tried at the sitting of the District Court held at Csrdstcm. In the case of Holland YI. the Town of Cardston. damages were civen against the town to'the amount of with costs. This was the case in which Lyie Holland, proprietor of tho Cahoon hotel, sued the town for personal damages and injury to his motor car, caused by the latter mn- nine into an embankment left in some street grading by the town. His Honor found that the defendant corporation, in grading the street Double Open OUpanon 16 J First Open Diapason (large) 8 3 Second Open Diapason (medium) 8 4 S 5 Stopped Diapason S 6 Octare 4 7 Harmonic Flute 4 S Fifteenth 2 8 Mixture........ranks IS 10 Trumpet 8 Western Representatives of Canadian Coring Banqnetted By the Manitoba Carting Association Bourdqn Swell Organ where the accident occurred, left an; 113 Open Diapason embankment about eight inches and st the intersection of the jtreet. There had been a heavy fkll of .now, from 12 !o IS inches, and the plaint'.S while going to his home in his ear struck tho embankment and thrown jrom ji-. TII, HoBOf found also that town had a duty to keep the street In c-ues- tlou Jn reasonable repair, and that if the ditch or embankment had been properly levelled down no accident would have occurred. The plaintiff exercised all .reasonable care in his progress along the street The __, fendaut corporation waa negligent in Oeigm Principal not levelling down the grade. It is j JB quite possible, held His Honor, that K Da'clana Ihn defendant was no more negligent Orcbestre thuu any other western corporation, 2a oolce Flote but he Sid not think that this made Piccolo 11 Oboe 23 Vox Humana Tremulant 16 Notes. 6S SS KSl Gil 204: GS 809 73! ranks 219 T3 73 Choir Organ (Enclosed) it tho less liable. He fonnd that the plaintiff waa 'entitled to damages to tbe car, for examination by the doctor, for the hire of a man for live days to look after his business while he was incapacitated, and (35 for permanent damage to the car. The objection that the plaintiff was not entitled to succeed in the claim tor (kmagee, in thai he had no license Clarinet Tremulant 31 Open Diapason 1S 32 Bourdon .........t, 16 33 Oedeckt 16 34 Flute S 35 Stopped Diapason 10S3 73 73 73 73 73 SI 7! The ten western members of the Canadian curling contingent for Scotland given some Idea of what they may expect when they the pond nest mouth Tor a two-months' visit when they were given a rousing send-off in the way of a banqaet at the Fort Garry hotel. Back Peterson, R. J. Buckingham, W. Umphrey, W. Davidson, D. Forsyth. Alderman Wlgginton. Secoud McDiarmid, J. Holman, A. C. Campbell, W. B. Ellerby, Thomas Vernei, Ct A. Andrews, A. Grey. C. Chisholm. Third Campbell, Aldenaan George Fisher, W. Evanson, J. Matheaon (member of J. Johnson (member of Ron. McLeod (member of President J. O'Hare, J. T. Halg, Mr. Foot. Fourth J. Lojre (member of W. F. Payne (member of W. McKenzie (rtember of W. Connor (member of Alderman A. H. Pultonl (member of E. Calvert (member of Duncan Forsyth (member of Bottom F. Campbell, R. H. Hamlln, W. J. Finloy. Ed. Pringle, Hon. Sec. Fred Palmer, and W. 0. Graham. vlllu bill, ami other vaudeville turea were alio merry and bright. Tonight (Tueaday) the company will offer the Duo play "Tho I lirnken one nf the plays In their repettrlre, and should on tin oV their perfarmances draw a capacity The rwrformance will commence to- night at 8.30 sharp. GREAT MID-WEEK SHOW AT THE COLONIAL ON WEONE8DAV, THURSDAY A positive dramatic sensatkm will! top the big mid-week show at thr Col-' onlal Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday, when "In Folly's Trail" a! spectacular drama of New York Bo-1 humian life, starring Cancel Myers will be the featuro. I A Bacchanalian feast such as might have been staged In the princely balls of fcnclont Babylon comprises one of the several big scenes In Camel My-, erV Universal production, "In Folly's which Is to be shown at the Colonial theatre on Wednesday and Thursday. From all accounts this Is the most sumptuous scene of revelry produced on the screen in time., The third episode of. "Pirate Gold" will also be shown, and with ample comedies, some fine scenlcs, and a splendid orchestral concert will make j Wednesday's show, one long to he I membered. I An added attraction for the week 111 be the staging of tho weekly! Country ,Store Vodril Nile at the Coi- onlal on Thursday an un- preceiMhted array of gifts will be glv- en away. I The Effect of Exercise (By Brict Btldtn, M.D.) to dampen the ardor of his far north- tat scenes down to the bif surprise ern hero and heroine towards each i at the closa. other. And, they triumph too. It Thedt Bara scored an emphatic still remains probable, however, that success as Kathleen, a type of role a vast majority of all thn people will new to her, but one which she invests prefer to undergo their experiences in with beauty and charm. COLONIAL LAST TONIOMT (TOO.) THEDABARA IN 'Kftthlera MavoanMen' PMure. OTHER ATTRACTIONS, conflict with Dan Cupid .nearer the seeing the privations of lore in a mate of indescribable dif- The marked effect of exercise upon I flcultieg is a genuine diversion. Hence lor the year 1MO, was. not sustained. Violoncello S Hogg and Laurie for the plaintiff, and Elton and Jacobs for the defendant corporation. Cahoon at al va. Stuckay This vrsa a claim by the plaintiffs' 37 Trombone IS Echo Organ M Sallcional for money said to have been contract- ed by tho defendant as one of a syn- dicate for bearing the eipense of winter feeding of hones and cattle belonging to several parties in the j aBreenient, including the defendant.' His jicr.or held that there was no doubt in his mind last tiie defendant Bourdon (Pedal) agreed with the plaintiffs to boar his just proportion of looking after his horses. Defendant knew .what plain- tiffs were doing, and, at least tacitly, agreed to pay his lhare. 39 Rohrflote 40 Muted Viol il Celesta 42 Fern Flute 43 Mnsette 14 is nrade i! "MUM DUE" the system can be Imagined when it, no doubt "Nomads of the North" J" j is known that eveni moderate exercise enjoy Its full share of popularity. causes the heart to beat more quick- s' ly, in ono case where test was nrade the increase'being almost 50 per cent. 301 Increase in rapidity of the I beat as a result of exercise is ent in different individuals, the increasing in some cases more than as much as in others. A quickly beating heart, provided that it is strong, facilitates the func- tions of all the organs of the body, because the rapidly beating heart causes an increase in the flow of blood in a steady, rhythmical manner. The Increased amoux up more oxygen than -ill It will be shown for tht laftt times tonight. ARLIE MARKS COMPANY AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT 68.' 30 Hia. Honor not think that all ex- penses charred to the group of men concerned wero made known to the (Tilting Tablets) Great to Pedal Swell to Pedal. m That ths Artie Marks Stock Com- pany are by tar the most popular ag- gregation of playera that have ulayed an extended engagement in Leth- bridge for some considerable time is proven by the reception that was giv- en them last night at the Majestic In their performance of "Why Women Divorce a fine comedy drama of the rnral type. The play was thor- oughly enjoyed by the falr-sljed aud- ience. Laughs galore greeted the ef- A theatrical entertainment of an "forts of Miss jrflle Marks as "Susie" f MnnA exceptionally attractive quality is and L. E. Perrin as "Toby" a couple ii oiooa now- at Majestic theatre on' of country kids who were always on i Friday and Saturday, January 7th and hand handing out many a laugh. Each when Mr. H. In ?S wu utilized while 48 Choir to Adal 49 Swell to Pedal Super 50 Swell to Oral Unison .'1 Swell to.Ornt Sub defendant, and ou this part of the bill ho should not be made llahle. In fix-1 52 Swell to' Snper ing the amount his share he took i 53 Swell to Choir. Unison into consideration the fact that the I 54 Swell to Choir Sub charge should be less for keeping 56 Swell to Choir Snper horses than for cattle. Oil this basis 56 Choir to Great Unison found that tho plaintiffs were en-137 Choir to Great Snb titled to judgment for the sum Choir to Great Super J100. with costs. 39 Great Sob i through the blood. Oxygen must also vaudeville was right t i n, t Vi k v." w play whlch attractied thousands of UP to standard. Madame Salona be had to replace that which has been men fr overseas, in addition to appeared In her amazing dem burned up. and turned into carbonic capacity civil audiences, throughout a onstratlons. Laurie ;md Hogg for the plalatiffs, and Mr. Jackson, of Pincher Creek, CO Great Super 61 Swell Sub for the defendant. 02 Swell Super Cardston Motors vs Boyd et al I S3 Choir Snb This waa a case in which the plain- 84 Choir Super tiffs sued tha defendants, of Leth- 85 Swell Unison Off bridge, for the return of a deposit GS Great TJalson Off made on certain tractors purchased j 87 Choir Unison Off from the defendant flrra. and which j 68 Chimes to Swell were not delivered. His Honor Chimes to Great to the conclusion that both parties! Couplers (Draw-knobi) mutually waived the agreement as to i 70 Echo to Pedal the delivery of the tractors but they j 71 Echo Sub to Great did not waive any other conditions in I 72 Echo Unison to preat the contract. It was evidently in thV j 73 Echo Shper to Great minds of the plaintiffs that they coultr 174 Echo Sub to Choir have, under the circumstances, de- 76 Echo Unison to Choir manded delivery of any of the trac- 76 Echo Super to Chotr ton at any time during 1919. It was 77 Echo Sub shown the defendants were in a posi-178 Echo Super acid or waste. Oxygen, it may he add- ed, is a source of energy in the body much in -the same way as is the- case of a machine. phenomenal London run, deals in a most entertaining manner with Haverly tne the Great effected his escape from .the mail sack. The male quartette by Messrs. domestic problem which has had its Perrin, Fendell, Hale and Crawford I parallel in every British Dominion he a riot on any regular vaude- of the blood vessels of the surface of the body and an Increased excretion of sweat as a consequence. The evaporation of the flow of per- spiration during exercise when that T'ua temporary estrangement of a husband, returned from service over- seas to "War Office duties, and a wife has neglected her domestic duties owing to the allurement of war work moisture reaches the outer atmosphere of varloU3 klnd anfl thfl tt5tonlahlng. Keeps the body at a normal tempera- Iy numan meltad of tnre even when the exercise is of the tlou eonstltute basis Oj a comodv most vioent kind. Excess heat la so aa entertaining, as fascinating, and I well controlled m this way that the ag diverting as any that have packed! ._.. ----------gasanythat have packed] You Can Just Tell By Its Healthy, raises the London theatres daring the past] Stimulating Odor, That It Is most intense exertion seldom________UM the temperature more than a degree, i years" Mr. Esmond and Miss Moore present 'The Law Divine" with the original: 11 _ 'liOiirlnn production and the original1 Jsn- London company, j o'clock this afternoon, a rescue party Going To Do You Good. TRY TO EXTRICATE MINER tion to deliver the tractors according to the terms of thf Ir agreement, and that they were ready and willing to do so. His Honor, accordingly, dis- missed the action with costs. Hogg and Laurie for the plaintiffs, R. A. Smith for the defendants. matures Of New Pipe Organ At Wesley Church musical public of Lethhrldge irho attend the opening of the Wesley church organ on Friday evening next, may rwt assured a most enjoyable trust will be given them, for not only Mr. Rogers, Tho will tho open- Ing recital, an organist of exceptional merit, but the organ is eminently suit- ed for recital work. The stops have teen most carefully selected and while there aru a'uecjuate foundation stops to give body to the theie are a sufficient number of solo itopc to give numberless and Inter- esting varieties of 'tone color.' If one blends togetlw the stops of tho Sayt Phosphate Is What Thin. People Need The organic phosphate (discovered ky Pelouz, tha French scientist) which it known to druggists in this country Bltro-Phosphato, and which is safe to take aa well as inexpensive, w now being highly recommended hy tnauy ftytlclans as real strength hiiililer tor nervousness 'and general run- towm awditions. Scores of people all country have been benelited 5tUmmedy. Hlginbotham Co. and druggists keep a supply of Try it it you aro fM3iff to good form. Combination Couplers 79 Pedal Pistons to Swell 80 Pedal Pistons to Great 81 Pedal Pistons to Choir Adjustable Combinations Four Pistons to Great Five Pistons to Swell Three Pistons to Choir Three Pistons to Pedal Two Pistons to Echo Pour Pistons (Foot) on all Stops and Coupler? General Release Adjuster Reversible Plstoni Rerersible Swell to Pedal Reversible Great to Pedal Reversible Choir to Pedal Reversible Swell to Great Reversible Choir to Great Reversible Swell to Choir Reversible Full Organ (Foot) Reversible Great to Pedal (Foot) Balanced Pedals Swell Pedal to Swell I (well Pedal to Choir and Echo Crescendo on all ami Couplers was feverishly working to extricate ETHEL CLAYTON '18 i Arthur Hayman, a miner, who was I FIIMPI v QiioonpTrf buried at 11 o'clock this morning by] FINELY SUPPORTED a rah of coal at No. 7 level, McGreg-1 or mlno here. A tapping sound, aud- I iblo to the rescuers, indicated that the buried miner was still alive. r P I only had some Sloan's Lini- How often you've said that! And then when the rheu- matic twinge hours of forgot it! Don't do it a bottle to- IN "A CITY SPARROW" day and keep it handy for possible use tonight! A sudden attack may come Oliver Cm-wood's Picture "Nomads Of the North' PROVES LOVE IS WARMEST WHERE IT'S COLDEST Cart Includes Clyde Fillmore, Walter Hiers, William Boyd nd A cast of clever artists, playing the lumbago, sore muscles, backache, stiff joints, neuralgia, the pains and aches resulting from expos- ure. You'll soon find warmth and re- lief in Sloan's, the liniment that pene- It perhaps has many that way. not occurred !mt James Oliver Light Signals Wind Indicator Generator Indicated Battery Indicator Full Organ Indicator Crescendo Indicator (7 lights) Compaq of Manuals CO to C 61 Keys Compass of Pedals CCC to F 30 Ksj-i Summary Number of Notes...............306-1 Number Number Stops............... 45 Drawknohs.......... R7 Number of Tilting Tablets...... Nu 24 Number of Reversible Pistons... 8 Number of Foot Pistons......... 6 Number of Controlling Pistons (Extra) 2 Number of Electric Signal Lights 11 Number of Keys 274 WALL REDUCTION NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Jan. wage'reduction of 10 per cent., effec- tive January II) la announced by the Sloarfs Linimenifca various supporting roles, is'one of the trates without rubbing. Clean, econont reasons for the brilliant renorts of "A! lcal-i Three 70c, ?1.40. City Sparrow." the new Ethel Clayton' iu Canada. i starring vehicle for Paramount which rvill te shown at 'the Phoenix theatre j i todav and tomorrow. j Ethel Clayton, the star, stand.) In the front rank of Him stars and'has a most enthusiastic following. The principal male lead Is portray-, ed fov Clvde Fillmore, who appears as] a noble-hearted countryman who falls In love with MHly West, a dancing' girl and persuades her to go to the country, where their love romance de- velops. Walter Hiers, the fat comed- ian, is funnier than ever in the rolo of Tim Knnls. a disappointed lover. William Boytl, a new screen discov- ery, does attractive wo'rk as Hjlghie Ray, the star's dancing partner. Ear- tine Bnrkctt has a delightfiil ingenue Curvvood, the famous quthorV is au- thority for the statement that v.-here the climate is the very coldest the human love becomes tho very wann- est. It has long been a common idea among people that the warm -weather of ths Latin countries Is tho most role. Robert. Brower. uhlan LRlghton conducive to excessive zoal in heartland Sylvia Ashton play the character Blfairs, and thia belief seemed des-1 roles and Rose Cade also appears in lined to persist'ihddlinitely until Mr. I an unique part. i Cunvood got busy .writing his series) The picture is a film adaptation by of intensely Interesting stories of love Clara G. Kennedy of a story by Kate "..........'.Ionian.- Sam Wood directed and Al Gllks was the photographer. "KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN" SCORES BIG SUCCESS AT THE COLONIIAL Every true Irishman's heart must rejolcn that "Kathleen Mavonrneen" and advcnturu of the F.tr North. Ho has lieou living up pretty closo to the North Pole and in his minslins with the people thereabout.he has gleaned quite a of knowledge rela- tive to tiieii- JinjuniitruOb ill mating. He announces that he sets forth his best demonstration ill proof contentions In his latest photoplay, "Nomads of tho which will ha openeil yesterday at' the presented at tho Empress theatre to- Theatre. Thia picture. !s a Colonial "wii- Msy and tomorrow. Here is a case in Ham Fox special directed by Charles fiction where all tho rigors of a Brahln, who also wrote It under the cidedly rlKoroui climate plus a lot inspiration of the famous poem by, Mrs. Julia Crawford, the Irish poetess. I If features Thod'a Barm In the title! rigo of unsettled, uncivilixed, open country combine to substantially thwart most any love affair without villainous man Winchester Repeating Arms Company, abetting in the least. But, as Mr. It in understood tha company is now nurwood has built up his employing about persons in its logically, they is power- local plants, ..._ ful enough is role. "Kathleen Mavourneett" Irish plcluro, with a and atmosphere, anil1 is th iaUh c Is a real gbly en-! from the beauty of open-1 CUTICURA PROMOTES THICK HAIR Cuticura Soap shampoos preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment to spots of dandruff, itching and irri- tation are most successful. These fragrant emollient! the hair, clear the akin and meet every want of the toilet and bath.. SoM throustautthcDoi PHOENIX s. Today Tomorrow Jesrs L. Laaky Etliel Clayton IN The City Sparrow By Kate Jordon. A Paramount Picture. "THE MOON 10th Episode. MUTT AND JEFF "MAMMA'S Comedy, and PATHE NEWS MAJESTIC ARLIE MARKS Daughter of Tom Marks, Cana- da's Foremost Comedian and tor Awociate Play- en in a Repertoire of late dramatic The BROKEN ROSARY 'A great drama In tow afcta. NIGHT "PLAIN PEGGY" A delightful comedy drama. Are Now Selling At Armstrong A (Phona 1727) FOR i The law (By Mr. Which the Thea- tres, Limited, will present with H. V. ESMOND and EVA MOORE and their original London com- pany at the MAJESTIC THEATRE Next Friday and, Satur- day, Jan, 7 and 8 (With Matinee Saturday) will be ono or the finest theatrical events of the present season. EMPRESS-TodayandWed Priest-Evening 10c and 10e and 40o '--A marvel of warm love In midst of life's rigorous frigidity with a hear and a dog succes- sors to Dan Cupid. OLIVER CDRWOOD'S LATEST PHOTOPLAY NOMADS OF THE NORTH Greater thin "Back to Clod's than all other photoplays of life In the Far veritable ccenic marvel In which lovers of nature will find rare record-breaker for and mads of the North." OTHER ATTRITIONS "Smiling Bill" PM-MM in "Bill Down'