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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC.E EIGHT THE LETJIBMnGB HRBATH WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 28, ALLIES FIND TROUBLE CONTP.OLUNQ SILESIA NO LAW OF GOD OR MAN CAN MAKE ME TAKE YOU DOWN AGAIN" All Costs of Extensions Paid Out of Earnings Wire Kate Enquiry Hears 11. J. Symington, solicitor for tho Wimiipeg Board of Trade, who was tho chief examining counsel this niuni- ing, took the ground ibat replace- ments now were r.Ftussiutcd by the that the company had not made'( good depreciations as they occurred. I The original capital of the com- pany had only been and this had never been added to. The com- pany, instead of creating a deprecia- tion fund, had paid all thcso coals out ot earnings. 11 had allowed the sys- tem to run and now expected the public to pay for it. Examination of 0. 15. Perry, genera! manager ot the Great Northwestern It. J. Syiulng- iiiy Canadian Vctss OTTAWA. Jan. will pros- ibly be tho final hearing in the ap- ot tho telegraph companies i[ Canada for increased rates, was jpened before the railway commission ibis "morning. There v.as a large at- tendance representative of ihe tele- graph companies, boards of trade ami aiunklpalities Interested in tho The examinstlon of C. IX Perry, gen- jral manager of the Greit Northwest- ern Telegraph company, which con- _ sumed the entire morning, brought ton. solicitor for Ihe Winnipeg Board forth no evidence ot an outstanding of Trade, consumed a large_ part ot aature. ile took the ground that If 4.he company whieli h? manages was to BERLIN, Jan. special dis- patch io the Vosslche Zeituug (rom ilCattowitz. .that the i allies will and tho situation In Upper I Silesia less simple to overcome than I tho present official bulletins might leaj them to assume. Miners In thai region says tho dispatch, including the Poles constitute au element difficult to con- trol, a fact which the allied officers now there are discovering. Criminal a'Is also aro Increasiug. Ihc dispatch I adds. It is declared that since the rtaraian troops left thO lawless I clement has been liberally abetted by Polish insurgents who recently crossed i ihe frontier in large numbers. the hearing this Mr. Perry the. original amount of oring Its lines up to proper condition capital Invented in the Great North- ind' mWlalu. them there, they must western was ?50.000. There had been bavo more money. Over par no further capital investments. innum was required for this purpose. Swollen Joints coastaat headaches, constipation, iloce IB tfctfctadder. nucui kldntj trouble in all its canbeefeci. entty rf lictcA ard opcratioiu by thctiniely KIDNEYS Cft a bar from Vcur Tsoscy refundctl il jou are not r lltrri. 1 il Oral Torcnlo. The first of the .eminent English tv.. actors to visit Canada since 1914 sup- All ported by his original Queen's Theatre -Ihls had been repaid by [Company, London, Is Percy Hutchison, '1SS3 The great bulk "of tho system i one of the best known actor-managers 'been replaced with earnings, ab-iln tho Old Country. Jlr. Hutchison, thud EOlutely without further capital ex- penditures with the exception ol aban- doned A large sum, approxi- mately S140.000 per annum, hod been spent ou reconstruction and replace- the (Wednesday) "The Luck of the a receni London success which ran two consecutive years in four London theatres. Tfco play was written by Mrs Clifford' JHUs aud deals wllh jincnls. Including the lines of !Canadian Northern system, it incidents in the closing ol !considered that over {400.000 per an- the great war. It is not. howeier, a ilium would be required tor replace- The surplus of assets over .inabilities .was. now over J3M.OCO.. Chief Commissioner Ca-vell said that what ho 'wanted to arrive at was how much money would be required to keep tho system going. Perry said' Ihe company must war play in tho general acceptance ol the lerni, for not a single shot is fired and except for the prologue all of the scenes lake place iu the polite ntmos phero ot-an English drawing-room. The central characters are Uritish officer" who find tiicmselyes surrounded b> Uerman spies in disguise. Mr. Hutch- ison appears as the British cominan- TENSE DRAMA IN NEW ENID BENNETT FILM Thltt" Is a Well-Bat- Photoplay. Kuld-ilenne.lt, the- charming Para- mount'star. "Is a stenographer iu her latest picture, '-TUo Virtuous which comes to ihe Starland tonight und ionioncw. lu on effort '.'.n from her brother when money from his erupljyer d to shield family nanio, isho aves her sheltered-life aud goes to irk.ai a typist for- llto muu from horn'her fcrolher Btok1. ller ein- over proves a scoundrel who is lead g a double life. Irles la taVc ventage of the brother's guilt in der. io force his attentions on thii rl. but is foiled. Uiler ho Is. red. and suspicion points ton'ard the ri typist, but she Is happily cleared Several good comedy scenes form elcouio contrast to the tense dra atlo the picture a.s hole. ,Enfd Bcnnelt-.does excellent while. Nilcs 'eleh', .JII'B. bashful lover; "Willis iarks as an old-fashioned Southern eutleman, and''William Conklin as ,e lecherous are well cast Two men reached the summit of i part. Francelia Jiillington aod the' -mighty Pinnacle, the- most DeGrasse portray_Mrs. Arnnlrons an majestic inaccessible peak of the Alps; raiiijo near tho Austro- HAMILTON PRINTERS STRIKE HAMILTON, 'Ont., Jan. money if it wns to carry der of a submarine who. is the special t ol, tho part of the Italian frontier. his corapany includes ent American te'.cgrnph conipanies what amount was Eystem and the. .creases. (tsked, for the easterrr section were larger than the wcslerny.in order secretary tho surgeon-husband. IZECHg WILL IMPOSE HEAVY INCOME TAXES PARIS, Jan. of fill lorlune.it o! frowns 3 contemplated by the cabinet, according to advices from Prague. 'A bill has drawn up Im- posing a graduated tax.on auch.for- :unek of from one. to thirty per t'onV Another tax will be levied on .Incre- ments fa.value of securities, ranging from flva to -forty per- cant; These taxes will be Repreientatirei of foreign countries will be exempted and funds destined for scientific, charitable or education- al purposes will not be taieii. ASK CANADIAN SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO HELP SAVE STARVING ARMENIAN ORPHANS associations ai the provincial Sunday and In and tue'V.vy. 'directed by'Fred iblo, bflderlhe supenrlslori of Thnnits i. Ince.. tho'story is by C.'Gafdrler ullivah, whose ihotlou-picture career atesfroin the'days when Thomas nie was two-reelers.' He E the author of the amqilj fnc4 TORONTO, 'rellcious of Canada, lu the Sunday school boards of the Anglican, Baptist, Meth'oVllsL and Presbyterian churches hi' Canada, the school Canada. issue an appeal to Suit day schools of .Canada a contri- bution on the.second and third Sun days In April of at least tot tuj saving of out Of the L'SO.OOC .orphans In Armenia. Dur In; the years 1918 and 18U, Canadian Sunday schools contributed over f'M.- OtQ for Aruieulau aud Syriau relief! GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE be- of the intensely dramatic IncUVehti In the unfolding of tho slory of "Blind the Universal Jewel pro- ________.....-.__________ auction, which is to he sccn..at the were shout 14-words .in (he average October. -Subsequent to ihls'perform- Colonial Theatre on Thursday and in- ance England-'sent to- Friday.ot this week. quirbd anuuaUy to keep it iu good fore Majesty Queen Mary, and the coutlltion. Royal.JTarnily, for the British I... -Mr., I'.e.rrj-.-Ssid.he -thiiught there XavalTuhd for last FISHERMAN BREAKS THROUGH ICE; DROWNS PRINCE RUPERT, D. C.. Jan. jj. fisherman residing hero, Erie the'while crossing on the ico.a'lako on Jir. thfough her private; letter expressing her Hun omceriln "The Hcflrt ot-Human- Pitt. Island, broke through 'and was to equalize coniiMions. The'rates iu pleasure at irltpe.ssins'a, performance ity" not onljL.Trrote nnvl directed the'-'drowned yesterday. Hogan canie to higher InHhe west. Luck of the 'picture, "the Prince Rupert from'Kegina, Sask. Opens tha Pores antl Penetrates i l" A Renedy fir Chest Gilds, Head Cilds, Spat- Crwip, Sin Throat, Stfff leek, Earache Ml1 kmdred ailments, flpply freely U Hie skin jntt oter the affected parts and rub .n, Beautifu Sitvokitvor ;