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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE rJETHHRtnTF THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1921 ing Boats Will Replace pog-teams For North Travel '_________________ YORK, Jan. you want to get to Moose with 11011 and dispatch. boat ia far better tliitn tho tallOQH or the doK AS v? hu le. P. O. Krirksnn, formerly chief of> the Inqxtrfal Munitions Board and now of n Toronto Aircraft firm. Speaking brr? day at luncheon sivcii in hits honor. Mr. Eriehsim made :i UK- inn flying bout us a of ir.r.v-l in the northland. In tlie ispriiiK h.1 is to open it commercial tlyins st'rvitv between Great, Luke and l-'ori Norman in tht: basin. In his talk today .Mr. ICri? scribed fi'f. rum1 if- Moose Factory. each taking' H'ss iwo hours as weoltv by dmx tPani or canoe, the native; methods of trnveUing. Tho Mavfi Lake io fort N'or- man air soi'vk1'.1. he Mid, would bo', opened in May nr.d would be conthiu- i I'd from six io eight mojitlis in each year. The flight from GnMt Slave Lake to iho Mackenzie ti'Ms would bo in -4 suid there- were HEAVY SNOW IN Hallway men coming In from tho ('rows Nest Paw country slalfc that there Is .1 heavy full of snow all along the lino west of Sentinel. Yosterclay tlu'rmomt'tor 35 low ut Koriiic. flights fruin Coch- j the oil mad'1 at jire i'iU ti nil f'ahn stalv'T? there ih everyone te veral M -and prospective Kilmomon. held supplies starting in the Mias-McMahon Suit Discussed Fraud on Part of Defendant Judgment 1ms been handed down by Mr. Justice HymlmaQ in the of Henry Maas vs .MrMnhon. which "was up before tho Supreme Court at tlie sittings here last November in the judgment the is dismissed with COSTS, and the erated from any intention of fraud in the land deal which formed the basis of action. In the case Miuts sued McMshon in regard to a sum of which he was represented to him by, McMahon to be ihe value of eorinin properties, with a house. at Port Washington, and at New Westminster, B.C., which IIP offered as part payment of certain Ing leases, with livestock and chattels In 'the Etzikom district, of the total ralue of which he purchased from the These the plain- tiff contended were not worth anil he suffered damage in conse- quence, for which he with the extra sum of Found no Fraud In the judgment his Lordship states that, as he intimated at close of the trial, he found that there was no fraud on the part of The de- fendant MeMahon iu connection with the representation as to the ,value of tho B.C. and Port Angeles iiroper- Uea. In his opinion the plaintiff was tri.il in the ease. Tiie i'l.iuuiiT. his Lordship was of the opinion, was quite well aware of uu-t that the defendant had never .ti'iM tiii- PiH'i property and re.illy knew nothing about it person- ally, and the plaintiff was.taking just tlie same with regard to it hat the defendant himself did when lie purchased, anil there was uo fraud !n connection therewith. "I prefer." said his Lordship, "to believe the evidence of the defendant in with the circumstances "hat br01 uhont tho the For; Aiisrles property to the the probabilities and cir- p-'iintins more in that di- reciiua ilian other. Tn any eveni regard to the B.C. property. even if the plaintiff did rely un the- of the defendant, the or id en re Is lost as stronsly if not more in favor of the hirer's valu- j ation and heing cor-. 'reel us to the contrary." j Action Dismissed j Tlie evidence, his LorsUhip hold. short nC fraud on the part' of the defendant, and the! action on that respect fails. As to 1 rhe remaining porMan of phiintiff's i claim ho was of the opinion that ihe; claim is premature in documents in question Will Rogers in Phcenix Tonight If a prophet had told Jubtlo that he'd inherit a or be crowned kins i'f Jijii Island Jube he might linvp hpllftvpd him. Hut, If anybody 1 had told him that soaje day he would i go to work and fall In love, well, Jubllo wouhl Into R panic' For he a ,lighlv hobo, ami what member of hia cult, no how lowly, would admit susceptibility to the despised instincts of work, and love. But it did happen! Jubllo ac- tually did full in love and as a re- sult, did po to work. And he found himself plunged into a whirlwind ad- venture which started with 'a big train hold up, and from it emerged a now Jubilo who knew the meaning of work, fighting and ro- ninrue. See Will Rogers, the screen's most human star, as "Jubilo." in his Goldwyn photoplay, at the Phoenix tonight. victim ol town's shyiock tod hill for but: rant. Tim villain In thi> tuft uC cross Turkish Dai Juan a "toan ihurk" t'laj-fd with ram power ud comic rwultt ol verlousnuas by Jamvii Klnlaysou. LJttki John Henry, Jr., Ihu star At ClinUiul, It suon In from nite to tragic, and all (altkfal ami gallant trirud, Star. Bofcly IB acenes of hazard and thrill. LlknrlH Pipper, the of mtajr ia seen in momtnU of climax authority, while the menugerio of foutherad and (our footed "ensemble oclori" are invulnd In the ipccfaiMilar -venU of tkla nntlc masterpiece. I'har'.n Ray in another of thane funny small-town screen comedies. "Homer Homo." will be our attraction for the last time tonight. The star baa the role of a country bny who gmi to New Yorl; and comei buck to home town with a scheme that makes the nalivos' heads fairly swim. It's a Paramount Artcraft prvuufedii by TiiGiuss II. lacs. Seanett s Gsnhis Fully Revealed BIG SCAT SALt FO3 THE DUMBELLft The rctnm of the famons "Dura- tells" In a new edition of their show "Bifl, Blng Bang" on Friday and Sat- urday with Satvirday matMife is being hailed with delight by theatre goers. This Is the original company with "Marjorie" which created such a fav- orable Impression to three packed houses here, lust year. The seat sale is proring enprrnous and S R. O. sign is snre to be hunj: nut. Tickets now selling at Armstrong and Raworth's. and orderad the huge auditorium du- plicated to its smallest detail. At a stvpemlouK cott tht Ihtatre wai rAjllt at Unlvemul City la record time, workmen by the hundred work- ing under the supervision of a corps of architects to complete the structure OB schedule. For the audience scorns of Loa Angeles and Barbara society people asked the prirllege ot appwrlcg in u phctodrama with Doro- thy Phillips. Instead of the usual personnel of extra photoplayert the seats were It II oil by wealthy amateurs of the drama. The costumes woni by the women will arouse Interest be- cause of their originality and rich- neas "Once to Erery In which Dorothy Phillips is said to excel even her work In "The Heart of Humanity" and "The Right to will be shown at the Colonial theatre next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. A distinct feature ot the presenta- tions of "Once to Every Woman" will he the vocal and orchestral accom- paniments to the play. show with their clever ncvelty act, In which they present an exhibi- tion of ahadow pictures that la little short of marralous. Billy Mann, minstrel man" In his great comedy act will be a big! feature on thli WMk's Hip show. Shea and Rich, "two nifty uuta" will offer a stunning comedy niiiKliiK and talking act with new Ideas lu variety entertainment. j Ramsay aid Stone will complete' the hjll by presuming thoir "Cabaret Dti a fast furious dancing net. I Semon will be- the featured j film comedian in "Dew Drop Inn" hla latest comedy, and June Elvidge. will, he seen In "A Woman of Lies" a great .six set drama. Manager Len Brown will offer a special Saturday matinee for the kid- dies, a reduced price by way of a spec- ial treat for the youngsters. SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE ACTI AT COLONIAL FRIDAV, SATURDAY COUNTHV STONI VODVIL NITf AT COLONIAL TONIGHT THURS. It won't be Manager Len fault if the popular Colonial tbiMtnj Is not filled to its utmost rapacity to- night (Thursday) for bus spared DO effort to Hno dp show that will IOIIK b'o rt'iiiembt'tvil an Iho Ki'eitteHt Tlmr.-'- dny night show ever stuped at tho Colonial. Country Store Vodvll Nile with iti hlK array of gifts will be the cvon} to- night. I'Mvo dollars in rush will lie the first pvl'e, and to thl." will Iw add- ed a loliK of vnlir'1''..... Larry Sonion, the comedy king, will bo featured lu uae.-t. i......... "Dew Drop. Inn." u comedy that fov laughs has no uifjal. "The pakdalc u fine six act melodrama, anil the latest episode of "Pirate Cold" will complete the show. Patrons are respectfully asked to attend as early as possible. This week's Hippodrome Circuit vaudeville show at the Colonial thea- tre on Friday and Saturday will be a worthy successor to the many fine Hip shows which have recently hem offered at the Colonial, I The Karuzos, a duo of wonderfully 'clever shadowgraph will open SHE GAINED 33 POUNDS ENTIRE GRAND OPERA PRODUCED FOR SCREEN In "Once to Every Woman" at Colonial on Monday "I gained 33 pounds." one happy woman who EHro-Phos- phato. If you are thin, nervous, lack strength and vigor, get a box of Bitro- Phosphate and took for increased weight, new energy and better health. Obtainable at Higinbotham.ft Co. and all good drug stores. Guaranteed. Exemplified in "Down on the To Be Shown at the Empress j Theatre Tomorrow. "Down on the United Ar-! latest releaaff, opens when the that certain champion rooster of the ranch puta were to he the snu to work early In the morning to defendant's solicitors Of what proves to be the busiest lit- for "inspection. This was a condition tls day ever experienced on any precedent to the plaintiff's right to farm. From that moment until the recover, and was not complied with, {close ot this Mack Sennett five-reel j Viewing the case as be did his Lord- 'comedy sensation that will be shown 1 ship held that he had no alternative tomorrow and Saturday at the Em- but to dismiss the action with costs, j press theatre, every resource of the S. H. Adams, of Calgary, appeared enormous Sennett studios in the The Metropolitan Opera House, the world's most famous shrine of music, was duplicated at Universal City for one scene of "Dace to Every Wom- an." masterpiece of the screen. Allen Holubar. directing1; Miss Phillips irwher Universal produc-i tions, declined io use a lesser edifice for the plaintiff at the trial, and A. L. Smith. K.C., of Calgary, with E. C. MaeKenzie, of MauKenzie and Menzie, of Lethbridge, for the defendant. suburbs of Los Angeles is involved with results, thrilling, comic, hilar- ious, farcical and furiously funny. guided as much, if not more, by what brought suit to colect money due him as said to him by the witness Jiuil-j for 21 years' work, was allowed eon than by the defendant. Hudson impressed him as a e'audid and hon-1 est witness, and at the Limo of the but has to pay the court COEFS. which amount to Frank Rennie, M.P.P.. of Walker- was married to Miss Ruth Brown, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Brown Mount Forest, Out.