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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT RAILWAY APPROPRIATIONS ARE MAIN CAUSE FOR THE INCREASE IN ESTIMATES TABLED AT OTTAWA OTTAWA, 5iitr. il'aiiadic.n Press.) The fnilnwiim .-talement uives ft eye rieu- 01' the main estimates presented in p.-irliaim'iit unl.-iv Mis minister of tinaiu-e eomptirini; them with until estimates Tor the Interest and Expenditure Resulthiti from the War THE UBTHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD GERMANS OBJECT STRONGLY TO OCCUPATION OF CITIES I'npulation Sulkn Hold Confercare iio Orand Tile Decreases main deerva-.'s ;iiv nllicc depart in'f'ir railways he. and cola'.uioii of roTwnuo il.- ami canals ineonie l SfiH4.SOT.7S: Hallways Cauie Increase 5 rttvmship firmer, the larsc hi-.ynl ranat'.is'i tuned above, there is a t.iui! iucreaso in of S.iJ.45.'- sn1dle.nO in the railway upprop'ria- anrent SL'1.07 air lions, Expenditures shOTi" a showir.s; roduetiu'.i cf There is a or ileerease in the marine niwiEiCiij adeerease of department vole. Sfil.SI, In l-dii iftimatiV due to reduction ilie shin-bnildinj; ths J.-.ttr-.- liiiid. aidiiional and .1 ivriui-tlon nf for inor-ieawrn railway pquinnipnt and for of the yjyablc to suf- ami lie-.tern-.-utu on Can- ferine slisiit. Tho rteereasc government -S An appropriation of is pm-posr this year. This il-'O The mam items of inc-ivaw: ur.u represents the amount and com.nen-e. v.-hieii is ,-quired to dean up Can.. to provision for the eensus; post adu's outlay. of fentUt ed riuriaf the Objtet of Occupation viiDirir UIMTAUV IIKAIIQUAR TURK. MAYIKCH. Murrh 8. tluls- nurj occupied by French and Kiait while possession ot Rub- ier! was taken, by the allied Rhine i flollllM. j The hKulqiiurtcri nf Ofnernl Goiiltfr. who was eoninmider-ih-chifif i of (be French foreos ahmz Hie Rhine esn-i'iui out Ilie orders from Marsha! Pot-h for the advance, aro situated a: i on the west hank of the Rhine, opposite Ousseldoif. At DiiDiuldorf the inliabitants wero i warned in a proclamation by the mayor against taking a provocative at- iiuiriilii? litudo toward the allied forces. l-.iihrnrt. After the occupatioti at Dusseldorf, Goutte isstiei a proclama- eti the not a measure ot hostility against the population, but oue intended tci compel the govern- ment of Germany jo earry out its ob- plete now insiallation. is S3.00 fur iinsiness tslephones anil foi- l-evidential telephones. .MAVK.N'CK. Mar. of ii'- Ceriuaii li-rritcry. tile allies liatl anmnuu-eil tliuy veiiM iak" pussessioM of as one of lie i-vaalties for fienniiiiy's failurp o meei the demands s rrjed out today. iiiroivani Incideiil marked the tre.iv" nf tho allieil Iroops. so r 'is icpurts up a !ate hour the the taken over by the allies. ,i'.td linn ilie liii'ir coal am! tiiis aitenmon. Tile entire nuiveinent was effected in a way 10 nhviate. so far as possihle a of fori-c. but the French and ____ _....._ Itrlilsb Rhine flotillas lisatians. No otetiiele ivould be "rais- for i-veiuiialities. The troops moved ed against the carrying on of the PC.OU- fonvard both afoot, iuiraiiiioiis and ou omic life of tho regiou, he declared, board i-'rcucb and Briiieli river crafi. and the allied authorities were ready The Hi-lKian troops entared by way of to aid the'workers in improving their rlie liridKe over i.he lihine. The i condition, especially as regards pro- French and llrltisli proceeded by way visions. Lhe bridjeliead. marching along the east bank of the Hbine anil fillet-ins Uusseldorf from the south and east. Socialists 'Diccuis it Mr.r. Ger iliaii Sdrialis' leaders are in cimt'jr- enee ai Berlin, discnssiug the qiies- tiun uf leparations. says a Herlin uis-' pati-b to the Journal. Preparations tor', a i-outerence of E'rencl'i. English and I liennaii Socialists which is to be held j in April in a city of a neutral country.' are being made, it it Mid. and tlie liermans plan to submit for: 'Latat Picture Hkidt Ntur b'tion' hug u MUr- teaki wueil w mil of piotan that om "Tit >Urk of bis fourth United Artbte' on- ducttou, which will IM it- u the thMtro tliii xlllekUB tw ItBd Of BoalM t Ufttor aU vJmuHUacMi book tint ou from rlrr Uta U Ike then lUlo pou- lt brlnga lu a few and aumn Ai MMMd, tbeir uutdn of U4 thMMtk may. Iteir hlatorv will never main .tury i> Bton novel, "The CUPM nf which appeared in the "All Story Weekly" magazino. Those critics who have viewed "The Murk of Zorro" hnve proclaimed jFuirbanks any of previous perfoi-maisccs. Thin Is due to some client to the ingenious ston- I and tie opportunities afforded "Doug" to ui ike the greatest use ot bir. ath- letic ability. Tbe background of centered around early Southern Tali foriiia of nearly a century ugo wa addition 1 i HIP VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL adaptation of John- A VMltartI1, ,jhov. houae Kite, un Lhn riuuud point a utorm at night, and nuinorouf utber abuarblnir being at Ike Oo'oniU thn.lrc d.nghter for Iho'I Four iif tku bill. __ tnlcht (Tuesday) ullly" u IK iiid fnatnn; plrtures i tum8. LEAVES DAUGHTER IN CAKE OF JEWEL THIEF I From thr boru of a life of liiil PruAlcm spoke to his on t' dJuth.bHl. "There's ncv' out ot 'DEEP WATERS" SEA STOHY SCREENED BY .MAURICE TOURNEUR llaurico Tfturnenr has nuMlo his repiitittotl wlih sea piclnras. XYheu ho offerf; a nholopijy with the Olit Dill imd ke i a her act of the Kama so far, but when be VAS gotie, would and Joe protect her? Hn distrusted Uavu bu had seen in hi.; eyes u flamti of uassiou. Joe waa civedy mid treacllwouK.--.llu would tiotray a pal. ltt. julllllv (AtVH story isjor-eau an background, everybody be give thu best DOS- played tlis -jroi knows that be will Kef i Hible. His sea pictureci aro istinies were zealously suarded admirably Intorattlng. They always Jimmy Doyln was tbo one to ".mmy was and KMIC JD- has iHjen like a brother to and to him Bill entrusted his moat prec bv fuarde" They form-er to him B I eutr, 1 j History re-; ring true to aea-llfe. Such is "Deep (011-1 innseoslon emigrated to the soflthwest of North America in a cliuute uomenhat simi- lar to (hat of their native country- theatre last night. ToiimeMT hfti fashioned I bis photoplay iftw the New Kngland j atre o'u Tbtirsd, coast life, with hero I John lloroso M an Lhe charaetor.-j in ''Dice of DMtlAy." Ing II. Warner ai dn thp- be .IVould Increase Business 'Phone Rates S1.50 and Residence SO Cents Month OTTAWA. Tbe British C'olnmiiia Telephone com- liany today filed with the board of niil- coratniBsioners an application for increases in eichauge rentitls and lelepltone charges amouutins to J3U7 "00 uer annum. The increases asked for are principally confined to the larger exchanges in the company's territory. In Vancouver an increase 'I Il.ol) amounts on business on tele- Phones, making the charge ?7 50 in. ot ts, is asked for. and also an increase ot SO cents a month on real- i enlial telephones, in -addition to the flat rate service the company is ask- ing for an increase of ? "per hun- dred calls, in its measured service to small -business subacribers makins this rate for lirst 100 calls aud three for every additional call over tne hundred. in Victoria, ihe application asks for an increase of J1.50 a mouth In the business telephone rate, anrl 25 cents a month in the residential rate An nf r.o cents on individual j telephones only is asked for in xelv Westminster. Tha company i, applv. ing lor an increase of cents "a inontk ou -business telephones in and 73 and 25 on- individual and two party line residence tele- jinoiic respectively, in xorth Van- an increase of a month