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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta t'AGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY MARCH 2. Ittf Allied Answer Messrs. Copp and Lapoinle Say; 11 Is Hanging on Despite People's OTTAWA. March tlio upeiimg of ilio Dr. Chirk CauaHiun WOULD ANNUL EFFECT OF PRIVY COUNCIL JUDGMENT IN QUEBEC MARRIAGE QUKtlKC. March K'an. rresB.) M. Lamay. im-mber of tho logUlulure for Shi'rbroolu1, to study- !ng tlio question of giving notieo of u motion to amend tho civil code witk a view to ttunulinic tho i-ffcct of the recent judgment of the privy council in tho Tremblay-Despatio marriage dispute. mure laughter, said. I lie report. iva> a very ai'i-uraU1 and a far too of his observations. A. B. Topp i iht-ii foiiiinued Lite uebatt: on the. People Want Election i'.'t Mr. Copp said he bad interviewed had a large number of rle'ctors during'; prim? tho anil almost, unanim-1 party oiisly their was that, there must party bti a sitMH'rai olpciiou to clear up the the scats of parliament. Whatever was a change1 hi tho policy latter, ho said, had iu taking tlio of; Uuni) ui'U'i' it had been re t'n- member for Leeds v'.mada. ho saU.' pretended to was ;'1 mmliatini; and any iruvenniu'iil hud of "the nest of 'Hit1 eminent was re- quibbling ami aiso tu tlif purpose of until Justifies Amendment by the York wltni'muid "Itud- tlUortV u wt't'klv avyruno of mwrty Mr. Wuoluvtt It Hvo tlmus, Mr. Adams six Dr.-Fruuk Cranu unnumlwrcd llmos, aud Ulllao Kns- uell, iwho in more comic operas u blur than sho him imil olglit tiinm. TOM MIX AT KING'S FOR THE WEEK-END Tom Mix is comiim lo tlio theutro Thursday for u .stay of tlirri1 (lava in a brand now thrillor. "Tin- LONDON, Miss have reached a connpiete agree- ment upon their answer to Ger- many on the reparations ques- tion, and upon the consequences that will follow her failure to ac- cept their terms, it was learned today. The position uU-ien tile lion in its umomimollt to tin.' iiddrosS; II I lusiifiBd QJI ihren sroimds I I 11 I'lmioil of was held Ui Ui T Wtliioruoss a William Kox 1'hut.opiny from .the book of that tillo j by Frank WIHiiiins. U IH a story oi'i iho sjjow-bouiul (ur rcglou oC Camilla. I Tom Mix, it is announced, porfonns I as many exploits in tlm "snow as lie j does in his well-known pictures of tho trrrat southwest. One sueno is it llglit to llio doatli in the snow be-j UVCGU two in on wbo routly t-un light--- one- of them buiug Mix. Tlio rommu-e. j which venlers about u dainty new i loading huly, Colluuu ubso-j lately all who fcuow the book are aware. j When Mix. uttucked In a cabtu byj l Hart is some strapper, as a gang of fur thieves, 'attempts 10 body kuowe. but in his new I'ura-1 esi-apo by tho window, hi; llo ua lumnplo (or ult polltieul In tho ho in- vades tho ciu'niy'n territory. Ughta tbo "Imrd liiiiior" boya. ami the vet- orutm at tUulr own K uiu1. There IB romaiiop aplenty mUod with U, batMoH royal HI to Wfirni tho hearts of all who liko to MOO Kood lipht or a frolic. Tho producorw have provided tnuny olaborato eot- tittgs, mob and an excellent supporting cast. A number of other flno nttraotlona will also bo shown. Scrapper In His New Photoplay "The Testing Block" Continues Draw Big Houses at Popular Empress Theatre. To the spec i-umiitions of the Since the election n new reign v-n and a minister chosen iintl a new The program of the iiU'Iudod subjects snedliralJy >f! in (lie election. f-es.s the confidence of the country the! and there was a deeply rooted dit- the trust 01 ilio imHis'arial leader. ;oit-! The jrnvorimiem was now propos- ing: to legislate- subject whirh he ministry should be exdiukd from the issues of in.' they hud tbe roiUld-j gonyrul ekviioii. inistitneius. Mr. Coup Continuance of. the government in .hi1 minister of inimi- i utiice was not ;i question of right.. I- initiation did uoi have [was a question of public morality and of common honesty. U was as gross a breach of faith at- was ever known in iho history of Canada. Turning to his second point. Mr. said that the prime minis- ter claimed that the new party was .mount picture. "The Tasring which has made such a great hit with Hie Lethhridge theatregoers, at th% Council of Nations League So Answers Note on Yap Con- troversy PAK1S. In reply to the 1'niteii States note tops hurting, ihen shortly you iil't it right off with fingers. Doesn't hurt a liii. Your Hells a buttle of "Freexone'1 for a few cents, Kllflicient to remove every hard corn, corn, or corn between the toes, and callus's. A survey uf the Lethbridge division of the O.'P.R., Japan, was made by the supreme coun-1 cil of the apies and that the League of Nations is.not concerned with the! "RUDDIGORE1 allocation, hut is only occupied with A brilliant comic opera and witty the administration ot tha territories i satire which makes. New York's record involved. '3 coming to the Majestic Tues- Tlie council adds that it has forward- day night, March. Sth. What the critics say: All the musi- cal critics and expert theatregoers ot N'ew York were unanimous in their praise of Gilbert and Sullivan's opera, "riuddigore" during the run oE that I i opera iu New York. Alexander Woolcott of the New York Times said: "There is more abiding humor in 'Ruddisore' than in all the rest ot the musical shows put together." Titts Sanborn of the Xew York Globe said: "U is a geyser of wit and humor." An editorial writer in the New York Sun said: ".'Paiddigoce-' is the best shows there is still iu the farmers' hands for shipment approximately 1.500.000 bushels and in tlte elevators on March 1, IjOO.UuO hunhels. THE PAS, JIan.. March Ian Sturgeon Landing, ram stocks in the one-quarter of the 200-mile run ,.overed. the Indian, had a entertainment that lias ever been in makes a total of bushels or ing to pass Goyne. who also had chang- about 1500 cars of grain yet to be I -early ln the shipped to the head ot the great lakes.! There is no means of conimunica- 10-mile -lead on Goyne of St, Paul, iu Ne.'.v York." the famous Hudson Bay derby. Mor- j Franklin P. Adams said in the New gau had changed his leader, and was running in third place and threateu- or to government mills in lloose Jaw or Calgary. of r-ommereiiil coal, fur the past, two weeks haiv, averaged eighty cars u day and coal for railway purposes, sixty cars u day. lion with Flin Flon. the half-way point in the race, taster than the dog teams York Tribune; "Doubtless there ia an evening of higher entertainment to be had, but we don't know where or Dr. Frank Craue, who speaks 'with authority and not as a scribe, said; "I make -hold to say that no comic OIL LEASES WANTED We denir" to Southern of Oi! Leases in west price, etc., to CANADIAN-AMERICAN SECURITIES CO. Manning Arcade, 24 King St., W., Toronto. ._ ___ ______ and it ia probable that no further re- 1 opera composed by anybody can give ports will be received until the winner me the genuine pleasure I get from a is approaching The Pas some time performance of 'Jluddigore.' For deli- ter iioon today. <-ac-.y of touch, for oxquisiteness of A short distance out from The Paw workmanship, for freshness and orig- ttio struck a heavy blizzard and inalif.y of conception, no musical work .11 the drivers forced to put mocassins on dogs' feet. The storm was accompanied by a. sudden drop in temperature from degrees above zero yesterday to 25 below this morning. Drifting snow may delay the finish. Seven teuuiH were In the nice at lust, report. Stewart dropped out ut thirty miles. ot tho last thirty years, no moderti novelty, slapstick or subtlety, can compare with It." During its first eight weeks iu Ntnv CITY OF LETHBRIDGE BONDS TO YIELD 7 WE OFFER CITY OF ALTA. BONDS AS FOLLOWS: due 1st July, 1939, at 74.29 yielding due 1st June, 1931, at 81.63 yielding due 1st June; 1941, at 73.00 yielding 7% IntoroFl payable liull'-vnarly. Prii.ciiia! Inmrnsi iljlvalii.' itl LetlihritlBO. Toi'oilto ami .Mnulivul. Orders may Ije ttHpKi'.ir'lH.v! ut Bell, Gouinlock Co. BONDS FOR INVESTMENT. BANK OF HAMILTON BI.OG. TORONTO. Fell. niands'that Japan fix a definite date for evacuation of the Siberian terri- j 1 lory have been sent to the foreign of- j I Hen in Tokyo by the minister uf for-1 I 01511 affairs of the Far Eastern repub-1 i He.'. H is suited in a dispatch received I here. The rioto a long list of I I allfigml injuries and impositions PIII'- i fercd by the people of eastern Siberia al the hands of the Japanese mili- tary forces and closed with u demand that th'-i o bn no Japanese interfer- i mice with tho people or government v.-a." that Japanese army was tnakiiiK' lifo unboarabk! for pooplo residing in territory whore the troops are cjuart- ored, and that Ilussian cities and vil- lages in the of intervention arc enveloped in u puifionouu atmosphere p j ot" robbery, murdfir and unspeakable j cfimes. Tii'f .Kipiine.s.: military com-j maud given pi'utccUon and pat-' ronago to Uc-noral yemenoff, anti- IJolshevik load or in Eastern Siberia, it chargfjd. ami asHertkm was maiie that Hi is wan dumj in n. manner w-hi.'h ;t .-haileiijzn to the i'hh.j H was naid that the prrsdiit acfcivitic-H of tlcnural "iJi'mnisn rt now ad venture '.n li'-lp. POSSESS GOOD HEALTH BY LOOKING AFTER THE BOWES A fi-fie motion of the bowels, once or H. day, shoulil be the rule of every one. as hulf the ills of life are by allowing the bowt'b.' to ytt into u 1 londkion. V.'i-ou tho are allowed to ml. the .stomach fin-! liver iiot on account of fijM I ;lii- KO thai, it. dofis n at pass through tho bowels, but. is allowed to get inlo blond thus ;f poisonjr.jj of the wlialo I em. If yon would sii-li'aud bilious headaches, b-if itie I.W.'.- ft (I t'-rguc, foul ibe Hash-, irritatiift, ituliing and pro- tuding niltrs. yo-i HhoillU keep your liror stirred .up by the nse of .Mil- burn'a Luxa-Livcr Pills. J turse being purely vogotJihle, keep your livr-r working activoly, ing it to resume its proper functions, and UifM'feby removing the bile that in dnmluting in the blood und poison- ing the whole systora. Mrs. JI. Barrows, JGnfield. N. H., was troubled with -.sick head a and constipation. Ono day a frir.nd told me of Milhurn'a Laxa-Uvcr Pills. I got two vials, and found they did me a world of good. therefore have treat faith in thrm." iMilbiirn'.H l.jiva-TJvcr Pills are 25c. a vial, ut ;tll dosders or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T, Milburu Co., Toronto, LETS GO! COLONIAL TONIGHT Another Big New Show Eugene O'Brien in John Lyuch'g spiaehing dra- matic success, "The Figurehead" A big reu-blooded iniitnre of Tin-ills, Fights, Scraps, Lovo, and action, with hie O'BRIEN in the greatest role of his career. New Screen Magazine; "My Lady's comedy; Bray Pictographs; Concert Orchestra. Usual Prices. FRIDAY NIGHT Country Store __. HARRY CAREY in "WEST IS WEST" AND BUSTER KEATON in "ONE WEEK" COMING NEXT WEEK "KISMET With OTIS SKINNER and com- pany of tiyi thousand. Biggest Event MAJESTIC. POSITIVELY ONE PERFORM- ANCE ONLY TUESDAY, MARCH 8 Gilbert and Sullivan's MERRY COMIC OPERA WITH 65 PEOPLE BOSTON UGLiSH THE TftELODIOU S Prices: and MAIL ORDERS NOW KINGS TONIGHT AMATEUR CONTEST ALSO LAST SHOWING OF CHARLES RAY An Old-fashioned Boy COMING THURS. TOM MIX IN Wilderness Trails EMPRESS THEATRE NOW PLAYING TO PACKED HOUSES WaS. Hart in Tie Testing Block" A romance of life on the redwood slopes, in the days of bandits and gold. THE GREATEST HART PICTURE EVER MADE. COMING FRIDAY tt REID Charm School ANOTHER 100% ATTRACTION The PHOTOPLAY, that is CONCEDED to be GREA TER than the GREA TEST HERETOFORE PRODUCED. INTRO- OUCING TO.THE SCREEN WORLD OTIS SKINNER AMERICA'S FOREMOST ROMANTIC CHARACTER ACTOR, IN THE PLAY THAT IS ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE HIS MOST NOTEWORTHY SUCCESS KISMET Kdward- Kuohlock'.s Kurnous Spectacular Drama. DIRECTED BY GASNIER. More Gorgeous Than the Beauty of South- ern Skies THE MARVEL of CINEMA ART With superb orchestral netting, by augmented symphony orchestra. COMING TO THE COLONIAL 4 Days Starting WED. NEXT WEEK ;