Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
EIGHT M THE LETHBHTOGE DAILY H2RAU) Secretary Ml' Andrew W. i'llon. I'MlinlHHHa. ol" -John UV'fks. ary of tin- Kilwln 11 en- I Coroner's Jury Places Some Re- sponsibility for Porter Train Wreck Srcrt-lary of Full, of Mexirn, SciTt'lury ol" C. Iowa. of I Hoover, of California. M. Dauph- ,.'ty, of Ohio. Will H. Hayes. of labor-- -James .1. Pav- KST1MATKS DOWN NKXT WEEK OTTAWA, Jlnr. 1. (tly (Mnnillan lliis altermum, tin.1 minister (if jus- MilimitliMl hill 10 uinonil the court act. At thu iiroseut court from a ruling of the commis- sioner of patents, a private party has the rtsht ol" appeal to thp supreme tv.urt from the court. The bill is to jrive HH> coiminssumor of patontw the jiiimo'risht of appeal. Hon. MneKeimo King nsked They will bo sworn in Saturday. d k A W 7 f. VALPARAISO, lud.. Mar. liam onpineor. ;nid fire'lniiu of the Michigan Cen- tral ir.iiu struck by a New "York Con tral train at Purior, Imt., Smiday night, today ordered held i'or rial on a charge ol involuntary man- .uushter by ;i jury which vr.stipitpti the uisus'er. The Michigan Central aiul the New -H.'ork Central railroads were charged Vith responsibility lor thu wreck at Porter, Intl., and Us toll of lives Vsl: Sunday, in statement by WM. Long I'.ku'k. disi-hanuv! Michigan Crniral tndmnen, at wreck inquest today. C.N.R.BH I when tlio esiiimiles woulil lin brought 1 The torney Sniit'i. has been fLtr "clared that th joint owiHTsh! cartla ayaiu. r engineer an.! of sponsible the ruilr Sir Henry Dray ton: "Xoxt week.'' SHOULD SAY NOT! WAS111XGTO.V "Tamlstloks- fnbriks" nr "s.ikeriiHts uuiclstiekor" or I similar ivnrils or symliols "suggestive of Swedish origin" arc regarded by the r.S. fejleral trailo commission as pruiier markings for matches made i" Jai'aii to be sold in the United OTTAWA, Mar. (Ian. Press.) states. After trial, the commission ccrtitii-atos ami bonds of tlio] found that such symbols "have a npt- Xoniiern Railway issued tendency to deceive the Tublic" Jlay 1. to the of I has ordered importers of the ,lap- Herember 1. r.iio. to the aimse' product to discontinue thoir ol ;ind (Irnnd Trunk t use. .ur.ountiiii; to are IMIU n-u in trailing wuniBTl "im Adele Kmrlnxlnn, Boulub Kd- win Stemm, Jlorw, 1'iilricU -Miiiwc, Lincoln Slodimn. Kutti Ton- Cray and others nro In tho oust. Oilier attractions uru on Iho samp hill, Including a Christie comedy, unit nn all-Canadian Scaiilc: a show Hint will moot with tho approval ot ull see MAGIC CITY BUILT IN "KISMET" FILM Otis Skinnr Appear! In Perron Screen Version of His Pity. In nwn "bit" until the Uit board was milled imil last brick A inaslo city. A city of silver and domes, of mosques anil mln- arols cli-aniliiK nuioiillslit. unllsht, sunset ivtn out by At- Laportc-, hiil.. who by the men, "tinder Iiavo stacked the r iho .Michigan Central -irviaiin, Long niul as re- riie disaster, declaring U) blahie i'or per- a crossing system. They derbiT'l what they tcmpil "con- fUliou in til-' lower .'.viu 11 tile two trains seen tu be wus the cause OL the collision. byi Duff of Mr. Puff, wants to it" the bonds and ccrti-i (Icatcs V.YT- issued Dil-1 leu and Keiul cnnin.my of Xew York i and commission they reepived. Jlr. Duff r.Iso wants to know what j bank or individual acted on behalf of I tli" sovermneat ar.rl what eonnection "Tiller Lash of Toronto had with tlio sale. I A. R. JIcMastcr. Drome, is asking' if tiie government guaranteed the. I'liMiul Trunk issue and if no; were But the bonds issued with the consent of j the government. He also wants to1 know if the cost of distribution amounted to SI.000.MO. Regarding Canadian Xorthern loan, Mr. Me- asks if the commissions amounted to 5350.000. He wants to if the government in October guaranteed Grand Trunk Railway i bonds to the extent of 5J5.000.000 anil after the commissions were paid, if j the railway company i 31. WALLACE REID TEACHER OF CHARM! lifo and dizzy with color: pal- aces and harems straight from the Araby of. Imagination, and dungeons such as childhood bending over the, "Arabian .Nights" never pictured. Hack of this magic city, a Bagdad of Fairyland, built for the Robertson- Cole production of in which (His Skinner makes Ma juitial screen debut, und which will be the attrac- tion at the Colonial theatre for four days, starting next Wednesday, is a story of achievement. I'mler the direction of Prank Orm- stou. art director for the "Kismet" production, over three hundred crafts- IWH labored day4 and night wrought a moderil miracle. HARRY CAMY TOPS WEEK- END SHOW AT COLONIAL. Marry Idol of iilnply per font, of thi> movie funs, lops thu MK week- end show lit the Colonial Thmtw to- day and Saturday In Kuximp Manlovo Rhodes popular story, "West la West a Him version ot the story that ran in tho Saturday KvcKinfr I'ost. In "West Is West" Carey is again seen in another of hla impular Western character roles, and has a part admir- ably suited to his peculiar talents.' As nn added feature to the show the newest of the new comedian' Buster Keaton's comedies will be shown, being "One Week." a ridicu- lously funny travesty in whirii the serious faced Ktuton Is excrutiatiuijly funny. Jimmy Aubrey, the Vltagrnpti slur comedian will be seen In "The Uack Yard." a pi-eat comedy. Ail told the week show at the Colonial is a humdinger, and worth seeing. A special kiddies nmlinee will be given on Saturday afternoon. trapper ptlnrtilly Into a inmll DUO dky carrying Kiinm- on hlH hick. Tho inau'it hands und fci't were frtmn und his dog followed him hull starved. The lu.ndki 'cm his contained five Ho had tramped threo days In tho snow to their liven, ami Had Kcmu without food tin' himself Iwo days. The puppies mother, an Eskimo husky, was one of his ijog-teiun and hurl trudged with the man an this perilous Journey iii.whiell he had proved that even Hie I cold of the Canadian Arctic could not j drive out of his hour! his lovo tor thu dogs that worked so hard for him. This man bus become devotedly at- tached to his dogs, for, like, most fur tnipliers.of the north, ho had almost no companions the year round other than these sturdy huskios. part wolf. A team of these huskies, the son used in the fur regions of Canada Is SAVAGE FIGHT IN A WILDER. NESS IN KINGS PICTURE A savage fight in the snow marts of tho turning points in the bin and] snow picture. "The Wilderness Trail" Two I which is now being shown at the Kings months from the day the first null i TheatrnT "That daredevil of tho screen" was driven, the first shovel of sum! i Tom Mix, leads one faction In thli' upturned stood ready for tte fight, and' jnst you thinkthS Wi i ne.toi, L. J. Uismor, com-; ham Fox star, as a fur trapper of the niece in i lery detail, a new record in j frozen north, is losiuff. he performs! Picture production. one of .those big mental and 1 The accomplishment of'this enorm- ous task wa through the possible, however, only 3fflcieney of the various stunts that makes ind n.h with OTTAWA, Mar. The prime minister, speaking in the house this afternoon, intimated that at the coining conference of prime ministers of the different parts of the empire, called for June in London, the following among other subjects will be on the agenda of the treaty of alliance with Japan of July 13, mil. of naval policy based on the principle of co-operation. and consultation on the general course of the foreign policy of the empire. Correspondence, Mr. Meighen said, ia now proceeding on the jnbjects for discussion. On the question of discussing in the house the subjects to come up at (he conference, Mr. Meighen said "Should there be. an "indication of general decision on the part of the house of commons for a. discussion, the government would be prepared to arrange facilities and would welcome expression of opinion from all quart- bat in view of the fact that the meeting .is of the nature of a confer- ence, the government could not de- -yart from the invariable practice by making commitments in advance of the meeting. Necessarily, any pro- posal resulting from the conference and affecting Canada must be subject to the approval of the Canadian ijar- liament." Only in His New Picture "The Charm School" Does He Give Lessons. AT THE EMPRESS TODAY Wallace Reid has become a teacher pf charm in a young ladies' school! The pupils are taught how to make themselves charming, the course com- prising lessons in Grecian ami modern iiuiu, 11 dancing, swimming, delsarto and only received I culture. But before Mr. Reid la swamped with letters of inquiry from admiring RAIL STRIKE IN U.S. [screen fans, it should be that j this is only a part of the star's latest CHICAGO. Mar. from I Paramount picture, "The Charm 16 railway brotherhoods and unions i School." which opens a two-day en- for a strike over wage reductions, of' sageiaent at the Empress theatre to- employcos of the Atlanta. Binning- i ham and Atlantic Railway, was dis-l According to the story, Mr. Reid, patched to local representatives of: as Austin Bevans, inherits the girls' line unions following a midnight con-' school from his aunt. Believing that ference of heads of the organizations should devoid more time to here, it was announced today. making themselves charming, he con- --------i In the coldest region of Canada, up shacks! near the Arctic circle, where people right on the studin WHerC to wear fure the Tcar rouni1 i COLONIAL-Today and Saturday Country Store Night Tonight DEER SLAYER ON VIEW mighty deer verts the institution into a "charm" school and changes all the methods of instruction. There is a wealth ot romance, a breezy plot and manv other delightful features. The story was written by Alice liner Miller. Tom Geraghty wrote slayer, -with a side line taste for sheep, is to be exhibited soon at the National here. He is a timber i lorn ueragnty wrote wolf trapped by a government hunter j tlle scenario and James Cruze direct- j in the Cascade mountains in the Pad-1 _______-_-_____ flc Northwest after having killed a i thousand deer. AVith its mate, the deer slayer is credited with having killed twenty-seven sheep in a single night. STRIKE AGAINST UNEMPLOYMENT TORONTO. Feb. proposal of the members of the trades union section of the unemployment commit- tee to hold a one-day strike through- out Canada, for the purpose of inipres- sing the federal and provincial gov- ernments and employers generally, with the necessity for measures for; employment, is not looked upon as feasible by a number of Toronto labor officials. DOES HE WANT WOMEN? ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Feb. 'Giggling girls who powder and rouge I have been barred from jury duty by i Judge Louis Repetto. of the dis'trict tourt here. Instructions to his bailiff posted in the court room set down that women juries shall contain: "No busy wives of "No mothers of small "No ad-1 mixture of immature worn-' JM UNE-kONCtr rouge and powder but hink" WASHINGTON, Mar. precedent which has stpod since the of Washington and Jefferson. I en who giggie President Harding appeared today at j do not think an executive session of the senate I '________ utes after he had finished his ad- dress of live minutes, the senate had confirmed the cabinet nominations. Alter confirming the cabinet, the still behind closed doors, dis- Jn-the Tlrin-rint Alice May Carley as Mad Margaret In Gilbert and Sullivan's merry com- ic opera, coming to the Majestic Tuesday night, March 8th. .cussed tho program for extra sessi 'N HILLS. N.J., Feb. Passion Play, depicting the last daja of Christ upon the earth, has begun its seventh season here. More than a hundred younger members of iae MIX IN "THE WILDERNESS SHOWING AT THE KING'S BALANCE OF THE WEEK. Season's Biggest Event MAJESTIC POSITIVELY ONE PERFORM- ANCE ONLY TUESDAY, MARCH 8 Gilbert and Sullivan's MERRY COMIC OPERA WITH 65 PEOPLE ljfa UCIISH UPEIW UWIPWX3 Prvscnfs THE FUNNIEST X3HUC OPEK THE COMPANY or foraer Scats now selling at Arm- strong Rav E imlUJ it F.I.', nbiif fc.'d h, hid on and other fuy had four But when got job in mine, booxltd poor old to rtudttlU. .ind th. hurt of a .ho one. trlxi to tip him. Th.f, hunun HARRY CAREY in "WEST IS BUSTER KEATON in "ONE and JIMMY AUBrSEY in "THE BACK Usual Prices, Kiddies' Matinee on Saturday p COLONIAL THEATRE SUNDAY NIGHT, MARCH 6TH SACRED CONCERT UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Lethbridge Lodge, No, 792 Bro. Chas, Beresford's Aug- mented Orchestra MOOSEHEART VOCATIONAL SCHOOL PICTURES MUSICAL SOLOS SILVER COLLECTION. Short Address by D.S. LewU R. Jones, of Moose- heart, 111. FlUDAV. MAItCII 4. I'.QI shown in "Thn Trtill" ut tint Kinj-s Theatre. This in t iHnry ot the rjfnudiiui fur Thftro aro flvo ktiukhnt, with hurnnss urn! bulls on their thoy dniK over tho stiuw trulls H of thu nort that in on, woiuoii HIM! rhlMrtiu liavo [in riilo in tlwy travol through tho roldfttt countries hi tho world. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT COLONIAL TONIGHT i_____ uvclvly fun fustlval, Country Storfl Voilvil N'lto, will bo utiiKrd IIM usual :ii ihu Colonial Theatre touijjlit I (Pritliiy) wlicn ;i LmiurU of special ffifts will be given uway. It Is Man- ac'M- Urown'ti Intrntlon tn inaku to- hiiglit's tsvoiit n btf; ony, Kivo dollars in will be given as the firr.t and with u srotit lino up of comedy events the show will tickle the i-ri-sihilities of the audfonco. EMPRESC TODAY AND TOMORROW UETHBFjlDGE'S GREATEST WEEK-END SHOW flD WaDace Reid in "The Charm ScbooF' Positively Mr, Reid's best and greatest picture to date. "CAPTIVATINt CAPTIVE" PACKED FULL OF LAUGHS. tp'dal Sennett comedy, "MOVIE FANS" "THE Purely Canadian Scenic ORCHESTRA _ THE SHOW WORTH WH1LE IWttYvKiNGS- SAT, BIFF! BING! BANG! FOLLOW TOM Jk MIX A stirring ro- mance of the northern snows. A picture that will appeal to all, "THE WILDERNESS TRAILS" sPfctacular scenery filmed. thevm hv t to the Saturday; they II enjoy it. TOM MIX and a screamingly funny two-reel Sim ihine splendid children's pronram. Admission 5c. COMING TO THE COLONIAL resents GASNIER FOUR DAYS, STARTING NEXT WED., MARCH 0 The million-dollar mlr.cle of the theitre'i art.