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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT Tffg HART HETMVJ) THURSDAY. JANUARY 27, 103 Total Reached Tons, An Increase of Tons Over 1919 The largest output of ronl in the history of the province is tho record of the Alberta mines for tiio .is announced Jrhn T. Stirling of (lie Rove runic nt mines liniiii-h. The Inures Cor t'm months will total about tons, :'.-i compared with tens for the preceding year. Final returns are not yet in from all the mines for tho monOi of De- cember, but it Is known that the total production will be approximately as stated and probably somewhat j exceed those fl.miroB. I A marked the shipments j of Alberta coal to both tho eastern tmrt western markets was the out-! standing fen turn of the year's bus- i iness. To Manitoba there went tons of domestic and steam coal, with an additional 11R1 tons of anthracite, as against a total of tons in 1919. EAMONN DE VAL.ERA IS FOUND IN FRANCE PARIS. JHU. Kamoim do Yiilera, whose in Franco has bovn runuirc-d re- ivnily. lias boiMi found at "IUUIH, Central Frame, accord- lu a correspondent of tho newspaper Oouvre. Tim Jour- iiiiiist finoii's the Irish Itepuh- licaft leader us declaring ln> projtoard lo travol back to tho JJniisii isles by airplnuo will: UK- intention of hindlnt; in Scotland in the vicinity of Glasgow. HAMILTON ROCKED BV DYNAMITE EXPLQtlON HAMILTON, Ont., JM. was forthcoming today of hUMICRMEN'S CONVINTION WINNIl'KO. Jan. 25 -Tho thirteenth unniial convention ot the Western He- tail Lumbermen's association will the explosion which rocked Hamilton. open luiru tomorrow morning. last night. A largo quantity of il.vna-1 tween 3f.O and 400 delegates from vur- mlte bi'inK used by tho contractors on j ious parts of the weal are expected tho Toronto-Niagara hiphwny anil to uttou.d. which stuiod In ground near Stoney Creek, was deliberately ploded by an unknown, man for whom the police are now searching. A CENTENARIAN DIES cans secured and the ud off. Social Service Council Dele- gates Claim Educated People Criminals LONDON, Ont., Jan. stand and future policy ot the social ser- vice council of Canada on many mat- ters of national importance was indi- cated in tho several resolutions which Jan. tool box way broken Into, fuses nnU vier, who if ho had lived until nou- May would have Iwn yours old, Uioil last night at the l.yiulhnrst hos- pital. Tho lute Mr. Bouvicr .wag bom In Quebec and (or many years ho was in business there. "RomaEce" Attracts Large Audiences At the Empress DORIS KEANE INSPIRED "ROMANCE" the greatest ot sll stor- ies, written by Edward Sheldon, America's foremost dramatist, which gambling ed market for Alberta fuel during the i ventions of the prohibition laws, while j. past year. Shipments of 10.6SS tons j the persons and organizations, includ- were mude to Toronto and other On-1 ing the license Inspectors who were helping to bring about the abolition ot betting and bootlegging were com- mended for their efforts. Investiga- i rions were ordered into conditions ['governing local police courts and also tario points, as compared with 20S tons for the year previous. The foregoing figures for 1920. in all caees except the estimated total output for tho year, cover eleven months only, to the end of November. BAPTISTS HEAR REPORTS ON FOREIGN MISSIONS EDMONTON, Jan. tion of reports from the foreign mis- sion b'oard and the board of religious into the relationship of crime to the facility with which revolvers may be purchased. Election of officers saw Dean Tuck- er returned as the president of the many other Dominion council and officers re-elected. Discussion waxed warm for some time on the contention that many Not little old New York, as usual, but New York in its most fascinating decade. It is a story unconcerned with improvements and written to put everyone in a sunny glow of sweet- ness and sentiment. Its heroine is a radiant, dazzling singer ot opera, whose contact with that art has left her sullied on the surface, but pure at heart. The handsome rector suc- cumbs to her charms, but is impeded by her past. Mr. Sheldon took several years to develop his story and he himself says thai it was only when the inspiration of Miss Keane came into touch with hia still unfinished play, that the education most exclusively occupied criminals of today came from the re-1 character of Mme. CaTalllnl, the opera 'singer, came forth In its perfected, spectable hornet, while strong excep- tion was taken to the appointment of the attention of the delegates to the "W'wstern Canada Baptist Union hero today. Both reports showed that unmarrlail women to committees of much progress was being made. According to the report of the board the "family." The working people are A. C. Joseph, representative of the Victorian order of nurses. not to blame for the criminals of to- ot religious education, Sunday school j day. The underworld is being recruit- work had been generously supported, ed from the highly-educated and rich and plans for further active prosecu- tion of the work were made. The report of the foreign mission board was most optimistic, and Indi- cated that practical results had been, attained in Japan, China, Korea and India. The board ot women's work at their meeting this morning decided to pro- vide funds for the education ot a young lady at Brandon College and to pay the passage expenses of Miss Jean Cameron to India, where she will engage in missionary work. Officers for tba women's board were elected as follows: President. Mrs. G. H. V. Bulyea; secretary. Mrs. Severolln of editor of the women's page in the, "Western Mrs. J. F. Abra, Winnipeg. final form. He finished the story in a romantic spot overlooking the For- est of Pountalnebleau, where he was spending a vacation with a number of his old Mends. eu irom me mgnjy-eimcaiea ana ncn j This wonderful story of IOVB In lt> classes of our citizens, declared Mrs. I Pictorial form .will be the feature at GETS C. P. O. S. INTO TROUBLE MONTREAL, Jan. Jac quet, born in Belgium, but naturalized in Canada, sought to sail on the.Gram- pian for Paris, but wag denied pass- age because his French passport had not been vised by the Belgian consul. Refusal to carry him was done on the intervention of the Belgian con- sul. He Is now suing the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services. The company pleads its obligations under inter- national law in support its action. EGGS DROP TEN CENTS ON MONTREAL MARKET CONSIDER DEBS' PARDON SOCIAL AFTERNOON AT GRASSY LAKE WASHINGTON. Jan. mendation of the department of jus- tice as to a pardon for Eugene V. Debs, now serving a prison term at MONTHEAL, Jan. ne'w Atlanta for violation of the Espionage laid eggs ilroppeil 10 cents a dozen 1 Act probably will be submitted to this week anil are now selling at the President Wil.-on within the next few Bonsecours market for 00 cents. A i days. Officials of the department said slight rice is recorded in the domestic today a study of the case bad been market price ot butter. completed and put before Attorney- General Palmer. They gave no indi- cation as to whether a pardon would be recommended. President Wilson j has said, however, that he would not A social afternoon was held by the Pardon Debs as he believed such ac- ladies ot the U.F.W.A. on Saturday tho 'ion might lower the morale of the 22nd, in the O.W.v.A. hall at Grassy lAte. The O.F.A. held their regular monthly meeting and asked the ladies to take part, after which followed a delightful program opened by piano solo by Mrs. Lawrence; recitation by Annie Salvage; Eong by Alice Bishop; dialogue by Isabel Otldle anil Verna Christenson; recitation by Florence Gold; sung by Mrs. Roestick; recita- tion by Isabel Oddie and Verna Christeueon. Program closed by singing the Maplo Leaf Forever. Afternoon tea was then served to about 50 guests. The sum of ten dollars was realized from tho sale of the tea. Next regular monthly meeting on Saturday, Feb. 12, at the Empress theatre today and to- morrow. Also Harold Lloyd to "Number, a comedy. 'HIP" VAUDEVILLE AND "ANNE OF GREEN GABLES" AT COLONIAL SASK. SELLS BONOS AT 97.637 IN TORONTO REGINA. Jan. Domln. ion Securities Corporation of To- ronto was awarded the tender for worth of Saskatchewan debentures by Hon. C. A. Dunning, provincial treasurer today. The offer was 97.637 for Canadian re- payments. PSTIR VERECIN WANTS PEOPLE TO BLOOD CALOARV, Jan. posali made by Peter head ot the Doukhebon In Can- ada, are adopted, ai he hopei that they will be, the eating of meat In the civilized world will be entire- ly done away with, and a diet ot preserved blood, drawn from live cattle, will take'Its place. Mr. Vereglp has made repeated testa and IK convinced that the form of sustenance that he proposes will be far more benoflclal to the human race than meat can and further that Its world-wide adoption will cause the world's supply of cattle to he replenished In a very short apace of time. Mr. Vereain was In Calgary on Thursday, In the course of a trip from his home In Brilliant, B.C., to the colonies of his people In Alberta and Saskatchewan. St. Thomas lady school teachers ara asking for au honorarium of for teachers who have had tea years' teaching experience. A LI HIT A ELECT OFFICERS EDMONTON, Jan. Alberta Association ot Architects at their tmnth annual miwthif In the lenute cbarabvr ot University of Alberta elected the followlni as counsel for 1931 Messrs. U. P. Barnes, R. P. Dlnkley, C. liurgcss, A. M. Caldorn, J. Hemler- son and K. W. Mourehouse, all of Ed- monton; W. 8. Uate.1, George b'orbey. O.K., and J. N. Stevenson of Calgary. A. M. Caidorn wua chosen president. HULL QUARANTINED MONTIiEAU Jan. Inclusion of Hull In the quarantine imposed by the Quebec provincial board of health against the Ottawa district on account of the epi- demic of there was declciod upon by tho board at an emergency meeting held, this morniug. NO BUTTER FOR GREAT. BRITAIN AT 87 CENTS OTTAWA, Jan. Press.) butler will bo exported to Croat Britain at 37 vents a pound, the price Died by the British food ministry fur Canadian export butter, according to Dr. S. A. Ruddlck, dairy and oold stor- age commissioner. Tbe wholesale price of butter Is now aboilt li.'t cents B pound. "Tho dncreaso in said tho commissioner, "has in- creased the consumption and thu ex- portable surplus IB small. Nono will by exported at 37 cents." The action of the ministry will not depress the Canadian butter market, he said. Hev. Dr. Loo, pastor of the Presby- teriiin Church at Millbrook, has been I invited to Thorold. people of the United States in the event of another war. BELGIAN STEAMSHIP SAFE That the Colonial Theatre will pres- ent the finest week-end show in town on Friday and Saturday this week is evidenced by the announce- ment that in addition to the splendid Hippodrome vaudeville bill, the spe- cial feature photoplay version of the famous book "Anne of Green with Mary Miles Mlnter, starred will top the photoplay end of tho bill. Adapted from L. Montgomery's fam- ous four "Anne" books, the picture is a delight. All the familiar characters of the book appear as in real little "orphint" by Miss make you laugh and Pie Family, Abednego, Jumbo, Josie, Anthony and Mrs. Pie are all there, and with all the others in the story accurately filmed by an all star cast, "Anne of Green Gables" will be 3. picture long to remember. On tne Hip vaudeville bill, four of the best acts of the season will ap- pear. Fay, Healy and Anderson, a trio of marvelous acrobats wit! furniih a new line of thrills. Corinne and Olive, featuring Olive, the baby Tamp, will offer a novel i dancing and singing act. Williard Hutchison and Miss Billle Stewart in "Dropping a a clever comedy sketch, will supply a new line of comedy. I Bob Cloeptil, tie jar-ifiend, will I present his original novelty musical INGS THEATRE? (Late HQUM cf Quality Pictures c--------- THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY WILLIAM fOX ler the Broadway Stage Success by ARLINB VAN NESS-MINES "A NEW STAR" IN A BRILLIANT COMEDY OF LOVE AND POLITICS. DONT Show The most beautiful etory ever told. DORIS KEANE The gifted and beautiful Am- erican artiste who'has won in- ternational fame in her exquisite photoplay of Edward Sheldon's celebrated drama, "ROMANCE" Directed by CHET WITHEY. So crowded with suspense you will remember it aH your days. ADDED ATTRACTIONS HAROLD LLOYD IN Dumber, Please" A Comedy Special. And It's at the EMPRESS TODAY, and..... Tomorrow HERE SATURDAY Doug. Fairbanks in "One of the Blood" COLONIAL. TONIGHT, COUNTRY STORE CASH NIGHT MAILBAG THIEF CAPTURED CHICAGO, Jan. Schupp was beld by the police today on sus- picion of being the leader of four men wanted for 12 bags of registered mall from a government truck at tbe Union station here Jan- uary IS. His capture followed.a spec- tacular escape last Friday nigbt when he eluded the police, after a running gunfight over roofs'ami down fira escapes. The police said two pistols were found in his pockets. NEW YORK, Jan. Belgian steamship Cannonier. believed yea-1 lerday to he tlin ship from which "S.O.S." calls were received, is safe and at noon today was about 30 miiea east of Ambrose lightship. act. Identity of the ship sending out j The above, with some other fine the -S.O.S." calls therefore becomes j attractions will complete Friday and a mystery, naval officers said, ex-1 Saturday's bill at the plaining iliat identifying letters in j best in months." the messages were garbled. I A distress call from the steamship Polar Boar received later indicated, however, that she might have sent I both messages. No further ailvlco has been received at 1 o'clock today from the Polar Bear. DISCONTINUE LAKE HURON SERVICE DETROIT, .Tan. CASH AT COUNTRY STORE AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Colonial Theatre patrons tonight I (Tburs.) will have an opportunity of I walking home with a nice bunch of j cash prizes tucked away in their poc- j kets, for tonight's Countr! Store night I will be an all cash event. A big comedy program will bo run, with I I I I FRIDAY SAT. I BThe Greatest Week-end Show in Town 1 HIPPODROME CIRCUIT B VAUDEVILLE ALL CASH PRIZES COME EARLY. ALL COMEDY SHOW "ONCE A PLUMBER" A (Ire-act farce comedy, with Lyons and Moran, and a galaxy ot girls and giggles. "PIRATE GOLD" OTHER FEATURES. of its Lake Huron service during the j Eddie Lyons and Lee Mqran heading 1M21 season was announced by tha the fun in their flvi Detroit and Cleveland Navigation company. This action is taken, ac- rorriiiiK to A. A. Sctmntz, president of tiie company "because of the bur- dens upon rnmiiany by the Latollette Seamen's Act. ..WARYWILES HINTER. ir-'AMME OF GREEN GABLH6' -J, ,n in their live act farce comedy "Once a Plumber." The latest epi- sode of "Pirate Gold" will be shown, and for good measure a number of other good attractions will be includ- ed in tho hill. AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO THE GREAT HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE SHOW, EILEEN PERCY AS NEW SCREEN STAR A charming actress, in a new picture is coming to the Kings i Theatre on Thursday. She la Eileen Percy, a new star, and the picture Is "Her Honor the presented by William Foi. I Miss Percy is as well known to theatregoers as are many players who hare been starring for years, for sbe has boen playing Important roles for some time. The story of "Her Honor the May- i which is based upon Arllne Van Neas-Hines' play of. the same title, Is to give nigs Percy excellent op-1 h" Wtnu Kl i 7 J ove and in Which It i, ,hown that a can I affair, and at tl18 Mmo leon OH.t wrote the scenario and Paul FAY, HEALY, AND ANDERSON Acrobatic featuro with Baruum and Bailey Circus. BOB CLOEPFIL "The MR. WILLIARD HUTCHISON, MISS BILLIE STEWART CO. Presenting "DROPPING A HINT" Comedy sketch. CORINNE AND OLIVE "The Baby Vamp." JOE ROCK in "FOOTPRINTS" Vitngraph CoimMy. 1 1 1 LAUGHTER AND TEARS I BRING THEM WITH YOU WHEN YOU COME TO SEE." MARY MILES MINTER IN "Anne of Green Gables" From the four "Anne" books by L. M. Montgomery. Directed by Wm. D. Taylor. You'll need them! And you'll need to.holil your allies, too, to keep from split, ting over the antics of "orphint" Anno. Really, she ought to havo been a boy! But then, she has a "sorioufl also, and well did tho know 'it. Especially the "ie family! ._ i And she has a way of snuggling right into your heart. Look at old Cuthbert above. She certainly won him over, and he diiln't want her at all in tho begin- wanted a boyl THIS 18-A FAMILY BRING THEM ALL ALONG! I I I SPECIAL is the costly combination vaudtville and photoplay chow we have ever offered you. We will greatly appreciate the courtesy If as many of oui- patront ai possible will either attend th> matinees, or FRIbAY NIGHT in order to avoid the necessity o! keeping a number of pur patrons waiting In line on SATURDAY NIGHT. SEND THE KIDDIES TO THE SATURDAY Same Popular Will Prevail. Matinee Daily at 2.30; Two Shows Nightly. 7 and 9. ;