Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEPAtD TUESDAY. MAnCH 1. 1TO1 Dr. Michael Clark Says Progressives Have Only True National Policy o- Twils (iovernment Members foi1' (irain Probe Agitation is (jrain Com- mission? sponsible for the Knfn laws that pre- vail anil thero is a grain commission in I'listencp. The proposal H thai we should appoint one government commission to inquire why another government commission Is not doing' its duty. Are wo going to pyramid OTTAWA. March 1 (Can. Pressl commissions upon commissions? !At the opening of llie house ihis after- we don't know that the nrst coinniis-i noon. Hon. .1. Poherly. minister of is doing its duty, how do we know! justice, moved first reading act j the second oommlseion will do' to define a "CanadiHti national." its This, he explained, was necessary Dr. f.'I.irk predicted that if a grain j nnilcr the present condition-. A Can-! inyeKlig.'.lion commission were ap- national was. under the aer. any; pointed, its proceedings would bo very British subject ordinarily resident in i protracted. Us would not like-' c.uiadu. i ly by submitted until the successors of the present parliament were doing business. REVOLUTION REPORTED IN RUSSIAN CITIES LONDON, Mar. agent it Rival, the capital of thonla, acnt a cable menage on Monday which was received here today, reading: "It Is reported, and we attach some credit to the report, that a revolution has broken tut In Petrograd and Moscow." of the picture anri an result It la the The.tr. bcnltmln, Wed- by old and yount all ...day week for a run.'of four around the town. CHARL'ES RAV PULLS TAFFY WITH DIREFUL RESULTS IN NEW FILM Th? hill was iriven first reatiius. debate on the Dr. Michael (.'lark Hied Deon '.-I in- wisiiod to extend his sym- ;uul conKrat'jlation to the 1-'. Huiton il.issar. .Man.i Clark said, bad lost the war and since One of the most humorous Incidents in Chariot Rajr> latest rlp-roarlng comedy, "An Old Fashioned scheduled the feature Paramount JlTerint; at the Kings Theatre today, Thlf la reputed to be the tit plcUra of decade. Replete with Interesting .characterizations aud iltuitlonn, story Mr. Skinner Mi CTMteit itarrini vehicle tho legitimate and tho sorwn lion Is eren better. H Is a privilege to SM the (rnt character star In this plctureique pro- duction which, as the mniihlng hit of two contlnenti, marked v. epoch In fillers uroiiiv! A wherein: legitimate drama. It was with effort lljy. as David Warrlngtou, plays that Mr. Skinner was persuaded lo ,M tin1 rolo of "kitchen-knisht" for the perpetual amusement of three kiddies, whom he' asked to secretly shelter liome. his "1 thiuk." he said, "we' had better I Exports From Canada to U. S. leave tlie findings aud ihe investigat- ions to our successors.'1 Strong for the Leigue Referring to the League of Nations. Dr. Clark declared that any effort that the administration made toward pro- e in the world would have eartca support of the Can- e. The league was a tre- mendous step toward peace. As Ions as any great cation realized that if it j broke international laws, it becam A. Also Show a Falling Off ciarbeil in a tea apron, wielding kit-, cbeu utensils in a most awkward man- j nor while endeavoring to make- the taffy, Mr. Kay soon transforms a spotless kitchei Into something re- sembling a gambler's diM, after a raid tho police. Mr. Ray's strenuous both the drama ami him portrryal of the fimous character of HiJJ the beggar. Having finally con- sented, the nctor, as is his custom, threw himielf Itno the work with all n audience (hit thoroughly enjoyed thi good HIppodroiEi vnildt- ihuw Ikil wm preiented. Once la it long while ou the aver- afro VHiiilerlllo circuit a muilcil act li printed that ll rwllr merltorloun In every Irue MEM of the word. Such net given by Henrietta and Warriner lilt night. Attired in im- inkctilitn evening thin capable duo were heard to good In i of which were artistic- ally rendered. Particularly so was the cam in Henrietta's sins- IIIK of the "Maytlmo" iiperntlR suc- cess and In Mr. Warrl- nor's rendition of "Mamlalay." The Colonial management will flii a long felt want if they can rnauase to se- cure-more acts ot this class. tlurold almost in person was hln Tim and enthusiasm and the re- j seen ou the stage when llurna and suit Is maiterpiece of moving pic-j Lorraine came on tho stage, with Mr. ture irt. Burns in his comedy impersonation of efforts to remove the taffy from bands and face at the end of The story of "Kismet" placed in the the famous icreen comedian. Hums historic old citr of Bagdad, calls f NYASill.VOTOX. Mar. 1. from the I'nited States to Canada ed to a during: montll. acrordinj; t' eo.upired with tile nrevious trade review molasses, sugar, ot cetera. issued today by tlie United States do- which ho had actually used in making partment of commerce. Imports from Itnc rouble? :i a Canadian should do, had bis sous, who liad i siven their lives for tbe empire, had upheld Their splondi.-) family tradi-j tion. the enemy of the world, there i larger home "mit-'llOIK> Peace' as kot." in to iho policy of tte I'rogiTs.sive.s. What Protection is The member for Ueil Deer i liiatod flu' prime on his of present rosition. filso cuniU'auilafod tin- ;ind seconder of tlie an tlleil splendui speeches. Mr. McKelvie. in moving the addivss. Dr. Clark eon- "nnrd. bad ut-rj-'d protection for tbe ripple industry of Yale. B.C. TJuit pba illustrated the dliierencc- hrnveen tbe view of the- protection- ists and thai of the'ProsrBS.-ives. The icene. to say nothing of the time and trouble involved in removing it from his hair, which had become completely I covered with the sticky mess, prorok- i ed much mirth at the Thomas IT. Ince1 studios where the picture was filmed. If a repetition of the scene hird been requested by Director Storm. Mr. Ray emphatically declared that "prop" ingredients would have been substit- his settings of unusual magnitude and the picturesdueness. While Hobertson- and Larralne hive a "nut" act of the Kpal laughing variety, and niado a Cole did not "shoot" any of the scents In Bagdad, ths particular lo- cations of the city used In the pictu zation of the storj-, wero literally transplanted to Hollywood. Califor- nia. Tae espouse Incurred in pre- senting perfection ot detail was enormous, but nothing was stinted, with the result that the audience, goes hand in hand with Mr. Skinner through a real live Turkish atmo- sphere. Twonty-flvo thousand feet of lum- ber: tivo hundred, square feet of beaver boarding: an average twenty men working day ami night! He Suffered for a Year With Hit Back NOW JOHN BOWERS SINGS THE PRAISES OF DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS. Severn Bridge Man Looks on the Great Canadian Kidney Remedy, Dodd'l Kidney Pilll, at a Blessing Sent from Above. ._ HKVERX BRIDGK, Ont.. Feu. 3Sth. for three weeks; a sheet of plate indeed is the valued at and large enough to j tribute Mr. J. W. Bowers, n well- cover a floor two hundred feet in known resident here, pajis to the the League of Nations. of finance and trade would be of prime importance at ibe pres- ent session, said the member fur Red Deer. Til sharp falling off in United trade with K States photoplay from the well-known book trade Lnrope 11, .lunuary as com- Dy Frank W1Uiams which portrajTde. pared will, Decemoer and a reduc- Ughtfully the lite ot the Canadian fur t.sn ,n the volnme ut trade with region. The scenerv alone in this America. government had frankly its on the tariff in fr.mi HIP Uiroiii'. II.> had'mi syiupmhy with ihe contention that thiri parlia- ment should not discuss tariff matters, and characterized this, eoniyntiou as ''parliamentary nonsense." si." said Dr. Clark, "is in maViug Tllls Sovernmcnt. said Dr. Clark. I. ,1.....' "3 as mnional. "Mr. i er- apples dear. in maklns (hem' ,'v'as to It was fond of starting organization? i play is declared to be well worth see- wild country of forests and deep snows. In this setting Tom Mix will perform new exploits that will make the heart of the spectator neat faster. The old battle between love anc duty, in which Tom Mis more than i once defies death, centers round a new L Uj leading lady, Colleen Moore, who will length, etc... were required for the building of just one setting, the iu- terior of Caliph's palace. l'ive the tr-i- cinvk added, n-iiimiii flourished but for a season and naUorll applied to protection .is a mis- i torr production. Th? minister of trade and commerce bad j been the loudest exponent of ihil. last the bottom had fallen 1 Asks For Program of Arrange- Affair Tir. Clark c-reed wiih the siatc-- mem in tlie speech from the throne1 that there was less unrest in Canada mt ,of because of over-; than in possiblv am other beltiseren, said Dr. Clark. I CALUARY, March. l.-His 'eicel- He attriiiuted MCL u, Slr George Foster remarked that leni-y. the governor-general, accompan- th" followin" fai-iors- what was the matter with this ied by her excelleticy. will visit Cal- surely be pretty to look at in her furs, enjoying long rides in the suow behind a team of huskies, and wlio will show how a real girl acts when she is saved from death and dishonor i by a strong- man. i. The bhrh character of tho mell i to the fronl. j Efforts maae on the part of the tr-v tnat !t had Produced too much, sary On April 8. arriving here early anl1 off to employers of labor to keep positions CITIZEN V RESFinrw Bnnv -Pen for returned men and in M, Friday morning and leaving at 6 p.m. evening, "unless there is any j special reason for him to remain here being supported by the tion. APAL-ORAT.ON "RUDDIGORE" THE SUPERLATIVE IN COMIC OPERA The Boston English Opera Company, which comes to the Majestic on Tues- day night, March 8th. will add further lustre to its record by a magnificent Interpretation of "Ruddigore." light, fanciful and tuneful comic opera which burlesques the amusing features of excellency's private secretary, Capt. from the throne marie no The.request was a very peculiar one. admlnlitntion and M.C. miblic welfare are dealt with by BRITISHERS DEAD whi chs p on v aud is non- Canada. At first sight the request'' would appear to be an un-rehearsed j and tin-printed portion of the speech from the throne. CONSIDER NAVAL BILL man, makes the comedy original and fresh, with a stage-setting aud cos- LOXDO.V, Feb. Frederick turning-which are delights to the-eye, Wedmore, art critic, poet and short and with a. musical score which is story writer, died yesterday at his sure to delight even the most captious home at Seven Oaks, Kent. He was [critic. I born July 9, 1844. The Right Rev. Among the musical hits of "Ruddi-! Mocsignor James O'Hanlon, vicar-! gore" "are "The Murgatroyd general of Birmingham, died yester- j the introductory solo of Mad Margar- beuetit he has received from the use of Dodd's Kidney Pills. "I had baeu suffering for a year will, a had Mr. Bowers states. FINE ATTRACTIONS AT THE "Sometimes 1 could not work with COLONIAL BALANCE OF WEEK "le pain' Six.-boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills took the pain all out and I feel Judging by the attractions- which, like a llcr man- will be offered at the Colonial thea- tre during this week, it is an all-star week. "I highly Dodd's Kid- ney Tills to everyone suffering with ___ pain in the back and I say that the Ou Wednesday and Thursday the I Pills are a from God sent smashing sensation "The Figure-) into tne world." with Eugene O'Brien starred, will be the feature attraction. "The Figurehead" is a real "He-Man" pic- ture, full of dash and pep, and will provide excellent entertainment. On Friday and Saturday, Harry Carej', dean of all the western char- acter actors comes to the Colonial in his very latest super-production "West is West." On the same bill, the lat- est comedy by Buster Keaton, the new screen comedian, entitled "One Week" will also be shown. "Kismet" comes to the Colonial next week. VERY GOOD VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL THEATRE The Colonial theatre was. filled to Its utmost capacity last with -One of the earliest symptoms of kid- ney trouble Is pain in the back. H in itself is the cause ot a, great deal of suffering. kidney trouble, un- less given prompt attention, frequent- ly develops into much more serious form such as urinary troubles, rheum- atism, Sropsy, lumbago, diabetes and heart disease. To be assured of good health the kidneys .Bust be kept in good working order all the time. At the first sign ot trouble use Dodd's Kidney Pills. Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kid ney Pills are not the best remedy for sick "They WORK while you sleep" te trone. omvpTnv vt TL. ra o rmngam, e yester- j e ntroductory solo of Mad Margar- Second thoughts, however, would iL'v 'He was bom in 1S40 and or- jet as sung by Alice May. Carley who ad OM to think that the theme, would Into esecut.vB ses- darned in 18B5. has a contralto voice of exceptional- ave found a more fitting place in the m 7- h ,1, I ALL GO TO CHURCH beauty aud plays the part of the half- position motion calling for censure wltted girl with consummate skill.' lei luuim it mule ilLLIIlg piilue 111 toe tinn hill n I I. n. v. opposition motion calling for censure th6re hau been of the government. Tne motion tor a secret session was McCOLL, S.C., Feb. This town, i The solo sung by the twenty-flrst bar- "population the guide-books onet is entitled "The Ghosts High; years as minimum age. The females How Many Commissions? ''Sir George Poster, minister ofi trade and commerce, is absolutely re-j CUSTOMS RETURNS FALL OFF WINNIPEG. March 1. Simple Phosphate Supplies OTer hal( a mtmtm dollars g i i f, ported in the customs revenu Otrength and Energy- j Winnipeg during February as c Building Elements Thatr1' with the same month las decrease SEEK HEIRLOOMS BELFAST, Ireland, Jan. M6Aern Foods Lack. Tbe revenue foi and for Jl.lili.987. Just one or two little tablets ot rsal I--------------------------- organic phosphate dispensed in rlrux I COLUMBIAN COMPANY BUYS stores under the name ot Bitro-Pbos-' RICHARDSON FLEET IN CUEVE phate taken with each meal is prob-1 CLEVELAND, Mar. import- ably just what you need to cause yon ant. deal in lake shipping was put! to jump out of bed in the morning through here today by the Columbian' eager for the industrial battle of the j steamship company, "taking over all! i vessels of the XV. C. jlichardson fleet. M n. amounted to parliament. They are heirlooms of a'rd Dauntless and May Rosebud, by: Robin Oakapple and old Adam Good-! heart, and that by Bertram Gcltra as Sir Despard Murgatroyd and Miss Carley, as Mad Margaret entitled "I j Once, was an Abandoned Person." The' i climax Is capped by one. of tho con- eluding numbers, "ft really doesn't for the new Ulster sung by Robin Oakapple, Sir Lord Massereene at Antrim Castle. The oiler of the use of Belfast City Hall as a temporary building.for the new parliament will be accepted. New Hart Triumph At Empress Theatre Despard and Mad Margaret. All in all. "Ruddigore" is a master- piece of mirth and melody unequalled on the stage of today. "KISMET" AS FILM SETS PICTURE PACE STEAMER ARRIVALS -Modem foods lack sufficient phos-j Eleven steel steamers "were included phorus, and that is why 40 per cent. in the deal. of men and women today are nervous. ____ weak and run-down. Bitro-Pbospiiute i I "The Block" Admirable or any good druggist can supply it VICTORIA-Empress of Russia I Photoplay. iit reasonable j frurn Hongkong. _ _ William K. Mart, the iiopular Fara-j j mount star, iias scored a new triumph i in his latest photoplay of the Ooiden i I West, "The Testing which I is- turning away crowds .'it every! Otis Skinnsr's Famous Play With Star in Leading Role Makes Movie History "Kismet" the Uobertson-Cole super- special production, starring the inimit- able character actor. Otis Skinner, in his first screen venture, Till open at "DANDERINE" Stop; Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. You are constipated, bilious, act! i what you need is one or two Cascarets I tonight suro for your liver and bowels.] Then you will wake up wondering-' what became of your dizziness, sick headache, had cold, or upset, gaasy stomach. No inconven- ience. Children love Gascarcts too 10, 25, 50 cents. Biggeit Event MAJESTIC POSITIVELY ONE PERFORM- ANCE. ONLY TUESDAY, MARCH 8 Gilbert and Sullivan's MERRY COMIC OPERA WITH 65 PEOPLE We Bosnw UMLISM THE JXKWT FUrMNlE.TT. COWUC OPERfi GwrWS OWN ORCHESTRA BEAUTY CHORUS THE COMPANY or Prices: 42.00, il.oO and MAIL ORDERS NOW At the Colonial Wednesday and Tliursilay thin showing at. Uio lOnipress theatre (bin wii'.ili. II is a picture of tremendous nc.iion. dramatic interest and genuine heart, appeal. .Mr. Hart is the author an iveli ,13 leading player. .He is finely supported by Eva Novak, his loading and thc.rc is nn naHl. T'ui old s is a big feature A few rentr: buys "Danderine." -After a applications you tannot find u fallen hair or any dandruff, be- sides every hair rfliowg new life, vigor, hViEhtuess. more color and abnnd- T O M i x FOX. COMING TO THE STARTING THURSDAY. bit hit lint night. Savoy, in ible YBUIIK rnmcd- I've riftetm mlnnlcs of brink en- tertilnment In ntory, uml dancti. with Juit i dish ot maiidollu playlni for food nieaiure. An acrobatic act that was "dln'er- clotnd the vlth Koweler tinri Carluon In a t-lerer "rube" comedy act. Tho pictures with Alice firudv in "The Four Market." atop the bill made up an extra nood lllp show tint was thoroughly enjoyable. Tho same bill will be offered lu night tor tho last times, and is worth seeing. COLONIAL TONIGHT Hip" Vaudeville HENRIETTA AND WARRINER PAUL SAVOY BURNS AND LORRAINE FOWLER AND CARLSON "THE FEAR MARKET" "HOT DOG" ORCHESTRA WED. and THURS. The Smashing Dramatic Sensation, "THE FIGUREHEAD" With Eugene O'Brien and an all-star cast. FRI. and SAT. HARRY CAREY In "WEST IS WEST" and BUSTER KEATON WEEK." Usual Prket All Week. KINGS TODAY AND WED. CHARUSRAY IN An Old-Fashioned Boy Also Rolln Comedy, WEDNESDAY Amateur Contest The cleanest amusement in tho city. THEATRE NOW PLAYING Prices, 10c and 40c. The of Old, The of Gold, The Days of '49 WILLIAM S. HART 'The Testim Bloc A title of the wild thrilling as their periloue chasms. A tale of the giant redwtoods as their towering trunks. A tale of outlawi and geld and picturesque vagabond min- strels. A tale of a girl and an old sweet Cong, and the heart of a bandit chief made clean. A picture to stir and every coul that entert a photo- play theatre. Alio Topics of th. and abundance of comedy. COMING THIS WEEK-END WALLACE REID In "THE CHARM SCHOOL"