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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT THR DATT.Y HF.RAIJ) TUESDAY. JANUARV If, 1W1 ttBOR INTAKE P MANITOBA'S 1920 CROP OVER BUS. 1 WIXNIPKO, (field c.ropv vrodttcUon for 1920 totalled in jioW tit 121.355.-jOO bushels for un I uere.iBo of according to tht> official t'slimate ma ilt? public today by Iho MaaUota ilopurtmont of agricul- ture. j Tho returns jointly compiled by tho Dominion statistics office ami tho provincial (U'partiiUMit ot agricul- ture, pcioli of which hiis received re- cor- For Pledriitr SllDUOrt ports Manitoba crop cor- OTTAWA, Jan. persistent .roviae r or ringing auppun Kt.p0rts made by rumor exists in certain chrlcs of con- of Candidates to Labor Measures farmers each reporting upon 1113 own which have boon held during jfurm ilorm the estimate for tho recent weeks having for their object i Vic Id estimates are bused upou' the return of the Canadian the crop returns (rom meut railways ;o private owuership. (Special to TBC Herald) SOU townships. UHMONTON. Jan. hour ami t half WHS taken up this mnminc in coiisitU'raiion of the report of the constitution committee and a consid- erablo number of recommendations; vorc adopted which included elimina- tinn of following The executive shal! see that all legislature measures and resolutions j approved by tlie provincial convfcn-1 tiou iire presented to each political i provincial convention held within the province, for approval or disapproval of such convention und the action of such convention shall be reported t'o the unions ot' the province. The cpm- mittee shall also cause same to be presented to each nominee of each party who, upon election, would have vote upon the passage of any oC the bills approved hy the federation. The bills shall also bt presented to toe nominees ot the different politi- cal parties' for their approval or dian of u federal bar. approval; the approval, in every case, j on immigration the labor mar-1 to be signified by a promise clear and ket becomes stable, el use Uidpeotiou in writing, to support the of all text books ro disclost? subject j kills as presented by the nominees. inimical to workers and amendmeius j The committee pointed out that j to the Jury act so as to make moro j democratic selections possible, were expressed in resolutions which featur- ed the morning session of the Alberta Also Want Amendments Jury U. M. W of A. in Federation No immediate liction to this end is contemplated, it is stated by those I ivho profess to know, but rather ihe opening of negotiations toward the return the roads on the basis of valuation laid down by thu board, composed of Sir Walter Cassolls, Sir Thomas White and Hon. William H. Taft. former president of tho United j States which is now engaged in mak-1 j ins a new valuation of the govern-! ment's holdings. One of the argu-' nients to brought up agaitit-t tho i continuation of government owner- j ship of the railways. It is stated, will be. that objection is-being raised by the government of the United States 10 asainst the Canadian government be-1 I ing the owner of a road which oper- jates partly on United States territory. know of the great flood when I built bin irk. a tew o( in who paw a real Hood. Kulrbtnki was uiurJit in a rtiriMar orw during the making of Ms I'nttvd Artists production, "When the Cloudi Roll and It toftm Iho background lor uomo of Ilia most tacular tho athlete ever dared und untquo setting for a m- miuca you can ever conceive. To correct an erroneous impression i that is around, Manager Len lirown 1 stated today that the famous "Dum- hells" will positively play the Majes- tic Theatre on Friday and Saturday I evenings, anfl Saturday matinoo this iweek, Jaa. 14th and Kith, j The same original company aro I still on tour this together j with the famous "Marjorie" and the other "girls." 1 A new show is being presented by "Tho Dwnbells" this season. t'd nboutilur that, the doctors toll him, will prevent him from ever playing a violin again. Music Is life. Without it, ho becomes morose und, twllovlnv hl.ti- cripple for life, Is unwilling to marry the girl he loves. Hut In a wonderful manner the clouds clear away and he it once atialu made nippy. Rubens, Vein Gordon, Gaston Glau and IXmi Davidson In the chief roles In tho picture could not Im- proved upon. Frank Nonage, tho di- rector, also deservoH honorable men- tion. "Hmnoreuquo" is a CoHmopolI- Un production released by 1'aramount Arlcraft. CARPENTIER FILM PACKS THE HOUSE IN "THE WONDER MAN" EDMONTON'. Jan. Ca tion fact si Latest Ray Comedy To Appear At Empress "Humoresque" Is Appealing Picture; At Phoenix Theatre Cliavtes Kay in a motion of though tho constitution provided for three representatives on the federa- executive board "owing to the that the international commis- Federation or Labor. After spending stan is temporarily conducting the I the opening day on committee work, uif no -vice-presidents have! the delegates struck a business stride small town lite ulvraya nroinioes iMen aelected by that Ajody, not-vrith- j Tuesday morning when receiving com- evening of delightful oiitortainment. standinK the efiorts our eiecutive i mittee rsports. -Changes to the con-. "Homer Comes Home." His latest ami we wonld recommend that our i !titlltlon which means the striking Ilite vehicle. ,is declared to be no ex- aiecutire be advised hy this con-fen-1 out of the clause requiring the resolu-, ception. .Mr. Ray has the rols of r. 4km to leave no stone unturned to se- of the mine work- ers on the federation executive as pw constitution." The recommendation precipitated a vHd clash between President Vvheat- i w A. F. of L. Orjanizer Farinilo. tions passed at provincial conventions vmase ne wiiu to be presented to political gatherings j stesfls t'i were passed, while increases to offl- j ho.m.e town thllt ls "R cers on federation business from 50 Mr; Rfvcd I tfi laughter ami something closely 'rkiii to tears." The picture has tho humor of "Potash and Periniitter" aiicl the pathos of "The Music Mas- ter." Fannie Hurst, author of the novel nnon .which the piatiiro is based, I shows in "Humoresque" why she is j one uf the highest-paid and most i popular writers in the country Tho .story is simplicity itself in plot. Leon i Kantur. a child of New York's humble j Hast Side with a soul Cor music, is the central iTgure. Under the watnh- fitl and loving eye of hLs mother ha develops into a world-known musician. At tho height of popularity, he o'oes to war and returns with u wound- heavyweight chiiniDion of Kurope by gradh of hid victory over Joe Beckett last year, made his bow to the theatre-goers of this city as an actor of the silversheet In "The Wonder the Kobert- son-Colo production which opened at the" Colonial thoatro last night. HrS Held being strictly the drama, the reviewer Is in no position to com- ment adequately on M. ability us a flghtpr, but he can and truthfully Mr. Carpen- ter, regarded solely on the strength ot his performance last night, is a capable and convincing actor. Had he not chosen pugilism as his sphere, the noted visitor from France, might have achieved as great a success as a moTio actor as he has in his own calling. 1 M. Carpeutier, with his blonde locks I and dimpled smile, and his well-set-up and strictly tailored form, is u noie- worthy advent to the screen. Aa the i hero in "The Wonder uu American society drama, he gives a capital interpretation of a French secret service man in the very heart of diplomatic and fashionable j Washington. I How Carpentter solves the rldjlle i which is the basis of the plot of the DON T FORGET _, ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN 11. 14, IS, ID, 22, and 23 adopted. WASHINGTON, Jan. 1 Variation of Donald O'Catfaghan, lord mayor of Cork, who arrived at Newport News last week as a aiowaway and without passport, was requested of the department ef labor today by Acting Secre- tary'of State Davis. Mr. request in writ- ing He quoted at his authority, ihtt proclamation iisucd by Presi- dent Wilton on August 8, 1918, dMlflfiaftlnfl the secretary of u the one who shall decide an coming under regulations should be or denied admission to the United States. and other representatives of official and private bodies to arrange rciief. GET NEW JOBS TORONTO, Jan. E. Arm- strong of the former provincial board of moving picture has been appointed censor film advertising at a salary of a year. The other two memba'fs of the old board, Robert Wilson and Miss Cassels, havu been appointed inspectors amuse- ment tax at a year each. I'olks remember AVe all They WORK you Mary Garden thus voices her Parlia- mentary ambitions: have the qualifications. I am well educated, have travelled much, and kuow what the public want. Aberdeen has invited me to contest a seat, iiud before very long I think I shall." ITALY BARS SOCIALISTS ROME, Jan. Epoca says j Italian government has decided to j tar entry Into the country of foreign j TfTolatlonary and Socialist leaders desire to attend the Leghorn Soc- ialist congress, on the ground that it dulrn to avoid the possibility of dis- order. Instructions have been issued to arrest anyone disobeying the order. Clara Zetkin, the German Socialist, is among those who aro to be exclud- ed. What Every Woman Ought To, Know THAT DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS MAKE HEALTHY KIDNEYS. Do you feel bilious, constipated, headachy, upset, full of cold? Take oiui or two Cascarets tonight for your j liver and bowels. Wake up with head i'-lear, stomach right, breath sweet and feeling fine. No griping, no in- j convenience. Children love Cascar- ets too. 10, 25, 60 cents. And that healthy Kidneys by itrain- fng the Impurities out of the blobd make for goofl health all over the body. Carmichael. Bask., Jan. Hazel Mace, :i well-known anil highly respected resident here, is numbered among tbo many friends Uodd'R Kidney Pills Iiave made on the Prairies. "I have four.d Doild'a Kidney Pills thy bust I ever ahe stated, would not use any other kind. "Yes, you may publish what 1 say." she concluded. "I only hope It will hulp other sufferers." Thousands ot women, not only on the Prairies, but all over Canada look on Dodd'8 Kidney Pills as a friend in coed. They are purely a Kidney romedy. By toning up the Kidneys to do their full work of straining the im- purities out of the blood they Btriko rignt at the root ot the Pare blood canning through the ipeedily relieves that weariness Ud to many women know. It In their a health UHt If the foundation of htpplnaes. Kidneys an absolute MOMrity if the body la to be healthy. If TOO tanrnt nod Dodd's Kidney P11U for any Und of KldVy trouble ,Mk your tbont Two Nights Only. 1JESTIC Sat riday and Saturday, Jan. 14 and 15 AN ENTIRELY MEW NOVEL MUSICAL REVUE WITH THE SAHE GREAT CAST S CHOWS OF rACT i I N THEIR SECOND EDITION OF Second Season's Sensational Revue; Same Com- pany, but "by Bigger and Better Show. 75c, ahd Mat., 50e, 75c, Seats now selling at Armstrong and Raworth's. UntxrtKui'Cola picture should not dlvulied. kut It will uot detract from i.itewn ot the story to ttate tbat lu tho many scents of life In which Carpentltr Is seen he Is courtly, dlrninod gMtle. man that you hare pictured aRtr bar- IIIR read the KlowInK reports of the Frcmch Idol's arrival In America, his sayings and Obiervlnc the really clever actlni of this rather remarkable person, ont caa hirrvlly believe that he had been in the prUe rinc for fourtten years and that he It contender (or-the world's championship title now held by'Jaok Dempiey. Lovers of boilng Oftlr DM ew Of. tinr Pllli aratu kMMp ft t OM (IN lie. tH fatten. Simple Phosphate a Real Builder of StrengtK 'and Nerve Force, Sayt New York Physician. "Common sense as well as experi- ence should teach those who suffer from nervousness and weakness that the most logical thing to do is to put into their systems the substance that is lacking, and that is pure organic phosphate, says Dr. Joseph Harrigan. Higinbotham Co. or any good druggist can supply gen- uine Bitro-Fhosphats at reasonable cost. CHILD'S HAIR You cannot pay too much attention to your child's the very timo when care is neresnary. Rub the scalp once .i-day .with Delmays VlUIeno French Hair Tonic, it will strengthen the hair, and make it grow. Price in Canada, Jl.OO a bottle. Sold in Lfcthbridge by Sydney Jackson, Pre- scription Specialist. Phone 364. Across from Alexandra COLONIAL TONIGHT AND WED. The Idol of France, and the Hero of the Hour, Georges Carpentier in a great six-act melodrama, "THE WONDER MAT OVER ONE THOUSAND PEOPLE SAW THIS WONDER. PLAY YESTERDAY. ASK ANY OF TELL YOU HOW GOOD IT IS. SEE IT TONIGHT an t ran ul umnal onar- tunity to tkll MOMly ol tbo rlni la acUon. BwUu ID a form-akovtaf walblttoa Ik the early part at four wilt the vIDUn In (Ua In cue Rolwrt Barrat, an actor who li an amatattr boier of ae ability. nMMiiiW nk> JflfcsH Charles nay Homer Comes Home day tkt ekf burg ever uwl And who but that blamed Homer lay- In' corner itonft of the new town hall! Him that foIHa had thought would never amount fo ahuckat A glorloua atory of plain folks. Empress WED. AND THURSDAY I' Tonight for Time DoufiM FurUuiln IN "When the Cloufe Roll By" .4 OENIX MONDAY. MSDAV AND ffiDNESDAV MORE LAUGHTER THAN "POTASH AND MORE REAL PATHOS THAN "THE MUSIC-MASTER." Scenario by Frances Marion. Story by Fanny Hurst A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE NOTE: As it wai with great difficulty the new management secured this picture for Lethbridfle, patrons are respectly advised 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 as per scat was paid. 1 6GR.DON uii GASTON GLASS (bsmteolitn AwfcrticA OR-ESaUE' A PAR. AMOUNT. AR.TCRAFT_PCTUB.6, _ 96ftA GORDON mi 80BBY CONNELLY Uu OtmomliUx. 'HUMOR-CSaUE.' A PAOAMOUWTARTCRAfT PICTURE Special Prices for Above Program: 50c! Children 15c; 35c; Children 15c, ALSO SHOWING Funny Comedy, "INSULTING THE SULTAN" "THE MOON RIDERS" "MUTT AND JEFF' ;