Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT fHE USTHPRinCF DAILY MPNIMY. JANUARY 10. 1W1 Held Conference At Calgary On Uniform Wages Freeman Wts Prtsenl as Prom ,1 FORD FtANT RE-OPENS i "It tcdint to Uiilil CommltH WINMPKG. Jun. 10. winner Krot'niiiii at OIM litugo ill j liBaflmhllnji: I'lant. of thn ruru "thin, it would bo a Mi) M'-tor comuMiy I'f OunailH. which las 'The-, uufcus forced to it, >voulil been uranlicallv since last MUNICIPALITIES TO GET TOGETHER At the ri'pular mceiir.s 01 or. Monday. Cm.ialsstciL- cr Krvi'iTUiii i- reivtt of 'ho inf, lie id Calvary en at p res.? ill. in repre- tent nt ires o." ihi- iMUiiicipalities of -Minonton. Hat and lA't.uiriiikj n'i to urranec ;i uniform Bel) or Nothing pruclii'iil -Iccidtid t.n. it bolus ap- prKn: ti.i-.r, Turien iu thr vcr'u'js dtiat. It vas tiiat Gulsary uud Edmonton shuuUi "cueh Ui rngard to uitur-j raises in wage-'. U ivH-kuW'J i-iii-ossibl.? -u a-1- liir r-.s tu fix clthor uu iutrt-'aau or docM'.'KHi of wiii'Cj the i-rosuni tiir.o. Tito bixst L'nii do is to try fo iMTivn ;it bOiii'J general of nnii'ormity. and try to work to j it jtra'iuauy over a iicriod of iftuo. dimcuKy is that uouililloiia vary 'in thj Uiffpruut' cUiy. Tukj chic Hat. for instance, chwip la a uad where, I niiil-jivtund, ovtMi mon employed by the hour got paid for bick it-aTe." La tor, on this imino point, Mr. .i-'ruumau Mid tluit city entpluyeo.! paid In Lt'thbridgu on basis lh-: coal min-.Ts' atrretiiuenti. j luiri ;in 'or coal untile co j I Them to then: with th" i niir.on? :-ot their toal ;.t iniiu' s j This aniount-'d tit j (he Uifl'd-eiict', on IS tons of real pdi' befvoon n vost i'ri'--1 uf ton and thf nirrket j Minimum Wage I U .v.'ii? that the jrauai wast'" ortliuary labor waa GO j t-3ius an hum- last year hi Calfiti.'y j 1 for ablc-bodlad mcu uncl Ru cents for i I ,-slanHined as not ;iblo-boduxl; the sains scale iirPvaiWd iii Edmon-1 the minimniu ir. Bl win rc'uiii'ii Wrdtiosdny John K. iSPlslant man- ,mrnr UUlOUHCed tOllUV. Ctlt wlll mailo, it was umionnciui recofnlxuii geuhitf. On tho '.ilulit of hlH trluiiipb at u loiiccrt ijtvmi fur >um peuplt! ol thu iiliuttu. hu oitltlt'. Which from Franco with :i tonlfht. vhattitrud ibouldcr and It Ix xaid (Hat will abli> to pluy thtt viih j llu afttlu. innsfc is his all. I fore war hatl bocumo mifCMicoit jlo Olna. Now ho wishes to release Ihxr from marryluf. cripple. i Uut In a M-omlorful >wuy he IK matured to full stroniMh und. lo the joy of hia ntulher anil (ihiii, turns to. ward new corttuests iu tho ntugic. Hubens tin- featured player in "Humoreaquo." uuil (lustoii ulass I aixl Vera Gordon are slso Included in the call. C A I TAKES NO CHANCES An intimalo view of tlio Eurojwan champion pugilist, i Carpontler, will not be the only mag-' net to ntlr.icl niaieullne mollun pic- lo "The ut IliB Coloultil a part of thin there It a 1'ivlah awlniinlnic In which a ilolrfn of New York Cily'd vholrett buthhiK beauties am divlns and HwluinkliiK III minui with Car- puntler. M. CitrppnUvr hlnv ;o lie nx nt nwliniuiok- ai IB at the varloun oilmr xtiiliitk imdur- lakinirH ut which trie: baud. ulrla who ovulil C'arpwitlor In tills urciH! aolucteil with w- to' beauty amd Ho did aviUmnan to whom wu entruited dg bit work thnt prudettt Carptntler looksrt on wii> wntiMifii! durltif thu "nhootlm" of tha wnala :jhe waa l..eujurniire TUS o-i tains. i caisarr civic empioyeea arc asking Fairbanks Latest nroauc- Tor higher, acale all round. i If'll All stitious Ideas Tax Conference lit rfurard lo H eonnnuuicatioii re-: i-eiTed from the Dental OL _____ 'cue city, tliat th? dentist pi-ofi-ssion EXPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW is ol' the opinion it is not equitably _____ tr.imt compared v.-ith other profef-1 i, statement of an eminent psy- twe.eu the city cor.adl and tho Ueniid. to the matt5" ol the business tax, at 10 on Monriay, the 31st. SWIFT A CO. CUT MEl-ON: SALES CHICAGO. Surplus timings of previous made possible 8 U" th choingist is to be taken perionGly. tlmt MiM cut 'ot every tec people in this big arc maiie misnrable j ol thu lear ot superstition in I one lorm or another. DottglMS Fair- lianks is doomed 10 be ;i mighty g.'.oomy young uiuu tlie li-.lan'jd 01! his natural days. L'OUK may not have the regulation f Ph.D. un his calling cards, and it id j certain that, he never advert very deeply along the lines of belief in. su- its UIBtluua UUBVlulb w p.r cent, divldir.dt imountlng to pernatutnl agencies; liowever. be dis- rst'U'jt'J to .-ifcii c erf? or. (he bit. u; afcreer.if the rH-jrrk-t., an'3 i.s had boen t-vro or it in all the in hy tiiey citod cities Tvhieii yaiJ ilia ty smployees and never (host- v.-'Hi :i I'lnu city tho niipliust'cn uji iut-r'-iio'.- was being Th? result vras tiiat ,cily TTSJ I agrees -with the learned student and j iu reply his theory lias takea a broad- I side at superstition in every phase, j countfng it out for the full ton units in his forthcoming production, i the Clouds Roll which will be added" ta the company, wrplus i l.he :Lt the Emprsas theatre and an. Inercm qf in j tonay and tomorrow. It may bo tUat the dynamic one is the tenth of one of the particular short dozen embraced by the doctor's remarks because Doug hasn't lost even a, suggestion of tho wrinkles in his smile, despite his very harsh treatment oi1 the numerous agencies involved in the superstition clan. The "Bis Four" star iudulges in every conceivable nhuse oi supersti- tion recorded in tho jliix-docket and his unique manner disproves the ilthaugh ultl fell off during 1920, according to the y- nuai statement of Swift Co., a.invurtctd at the annual meeting of iharwholdere. here Thursday. During year was real eatatd and Improvement was shown. ''Our during the past year wers svei- Louis F. Sw'ft, president, told share- holders. MAYOR OF GUELPH i Oat., Jan.' H. 1 Burgess, a. of ;the 'council hjard for a number of years, was this 1U uia Jr.duuor morning elected mayor of the city of I which have long been estab- Ouelph on the ballot taken at the in- lighstl facts in the minds of the other ttttgural meeting oS alderman. njne_ n remaina to be seen what vriii happen to one who merely teases j along at superstition to show tho ri- I dlculousnesa o! it all, but it" something unexpected happens, companies take notice: Charles Chaplin in "The Count" will also be ahowu. DODO'S KSDNEY PILLS Humoresque'Fihn Of Intense Appeal i To Be Shown Here I Fannie Hurst Story of Ghetto Genius Strikes Fine Human Note M Picture. Fannie Hurst's moat' appealing story j has been transferred i to the screen and will IIB the fosture I at tuo Phoenix theatre Monday, Tues- j day and Wednesday. Tho intensely humnn atmosphere of the novel is said to haYO been incorporated into the picture with singular success. The story centers around Leon Kantor, a hoy of the Ghetto who shows an intense love for music. Hia mother, who has always wanted a j musician-son, ia delighted and on his i seventh birthday buys him violin. Leon's playmate is pretty Olna Gins- Iberg. Fifteen years later, Leon is a. Tuesday antj Wednesday Special Attraction HE WON FAME IN THE WAR. HE WON HONORS IN THE RING. PRICES Adults SOc Children.......15c SEE HOW HE WON THE GIRL IN A MILLION DOLLAR ATTRACTION The moot magnetic man in the world in an absorbing drama of high society life. NOTE: After seeing this production I immediately booked it for an early showing for the Colonial Theatre, knowing that it will offer a delightful evening's entertainment to our patrons will be of espeoial interest to the ladiis. LEN S. BROWN, ADDED ATTRACTIONS WHICH MAKE THIS THE SHOW IN TOWN TODAY GREATEST "LOOSE LIONS" A howling, yelling, ric wild animal comedy. 'A SON of the NORTH' A fine two-reel R. N. W. M. P. drama. POSSIBLE, ATTEND THE MATINEE3. Two NifhU Only. mufsnc MmtinM Friday and Saturday, Jan. 14 and IS AN ENTIRHY AICW ft Novel MMKM. wevue THeSAHE GREAT CAST OF SOLDieft- BANG J3econ4 Season's Sensational Revue; Same Com- pany, but "by a Bigger and Better Show. 79c, fl.OO, 11.50 and 12.00; Mat., SOc, Ttc. J1.5O. Advince at Armstrong 4. Rawortti's ton Tuesday at 10 sun. EM PR ESC TODAY AND TOMORROW The Best in 10e and 35c. NOAH SAID IT the clouds roll by we ought to have good said the Cap- tain of the Ark. And after forty days the sun did .shine. is the same sort of optimist.. Yet he has of life's.' then some, including even a flood thaV will sweep you away with Its excitement and realism.' It's all in Doug's picture, When the Clouds Roll By" A snappy romance M youth and love, full o? laughter and happl- nets, thrills and daring. Charles'Chaplin in 'The Count" ALBERT "Tho Kticoud cdulun "i" "ilifV, Hi Jig, ut tho Majos- Kviihiy rind bfitiinlay. .fun- 1-iib and 'j5th, with Saturday A GREAT BOON Tiiere are many rrfcthers, nervous and rundown in vitality, to whom Scott's Emulsion would be a great boon. Its the very genius of Scott's Emultion to build strength. ONCE SOBBY CSNKSLLY in Hi Camatcl ESttUS A FAR.-AMWNT. AfUCIWT PICTURE PHOENIX mmft TUESDAY AMI WEDIBDAT A Photoplay Featuring ALMA RUBENS MORESQUE' Scenario oy Marion. Story by Fanny Hurst A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE NOTE: As it wai with grest difficulty the new management secured this picture for Lethbrldae, patrons are respectly adviied to take advan- tage of seeing a film which caused a sensation in all the large cities of the American continent. In New York as high at per teat was paid. ni (jASTON Oxnupoliio Aorf y A PAR AMOUNT AftTCflAfX for Above Program: f Chlldrsn 15c; Adults 35c; Children 15o. ALSO SHOWING Funny Comedy, "INSULTING THE SULTAN" "THE MOON RIDERS" and "MUTT AND JEFF"