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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIIXJE DAILY? iz THURSDAY. MARCH 10, on mictttii rjvh if IIOIIUK by Ihf poUry ot Ihr gov- Reid. minMffr of mr- rected an error In1 had made til an- mrrrinK nuoatlon yesterday. Ho (hen' said that itfnre locomo- tives had liotui ordered from the Mont- 1 ITU! Locomotive (lnmlNitiy at u of clerical emir n'twllod in the dropping of olphor. VICTORIA WELCOMES to aisnr.iiin with It, und 'picture tattvuti recollection hav- PERSONNEL OK FLEET jlBi mMlielMnK worth VMIHC. Mar. IO.--1H-. Simo VICTORIA. Mtivh ID.--explain II. R. A. B. E., K. iht- of- i tlcfrt tad mcu of hlf majesty's fai I abliw Aurora, 1'atriot und Pi Irlclaa. were formally welcoiuivl this I afternoon by ropreiwnU-1 tiro of community :mtl tho Navy I a small mutter, luummtcd Hon. f Chits. Murphy. itiul tho house laughed. premier Meifhen Per- Veterans Ask- ed for Re-appointment WHO MAY FILE ON CANADA OIL LANDS reparations conferoiice, ni-c-umpanWU rtepresentnttvea of the four wOBtertt by the other members of-the party, I provinces ot the League of Can- arrived in Herliu last night and re-! waited uuou Capt. Adams at the coiveil a great uviitlott. Ksiiulnialt navy yard and presented in Like Shakespeare. Doug Never Repeats tbc which anri n stations of deny similar or llkn OTTAWA, March the opening 01 house of commons this afternoon, Premier IMelghen moved for the appointment special committee to consider lix FALL IN COTTON HITS SPECULATORS IN INDIA BOMBAY, March recent heavy decline in rotlon has hit the bazaar speculators here, ivho have been buying continuously ou the fall- which had "assembled to get a siimpso of Dr. Simuns, maintained respectful silenrev but no sooner had ho pagsod through the barrier than a roar of cheering rose from the huge. Eastern Splendors Of Old City of crowd and was repeated again again. Insistent demands were made; that Dr. Simons was able to elude the get into his car and drive j away. Will Workmen Strike? To lie DUISRUKG. Mar. hints j "maRit; carpet' thai work throughout the Ruhr tHs- j atnuwph'crc outdoors and from trlc-t of Germany will cease Tflthiu the j glush of the falling snow, and to lio nexL few ciavs as I ho immediate re- j transported to the eastern splendors sult of allied occupation of Dussel- 1 o? the old city of Bagdad, all in That's Why Feiti Are So Won- Succeiiful. PLAYING After all is said o: the Ability Doug- las Fairbanks is cuuthuutlly ttispluy- inn in tho performance of real, hazard- ous feats, one must not loao sight of the colossal nerve exhibited by him In his motion pictures. Tltore are occasions when at the spur ot tho moment tho thought of. tho elocution of u possible etunt nauy arise in his mind, a rehearsal of Tvhicn would bo superfluous as well iui- practicable. According to his way ot thinking, a perilous stunt successfully t accomplished can he filmed .when in operation for tho first time. Hence no need of repetition. If unsuccessful as u. were by the I courts diro disaster, from the unlnrltingi A caso to illustrate this pomU-au 11 Ifh btjplUtUm or 8tittn) ut thr fhuRo roof and whilst the toldltn yuraued him, niado a runntnit thrvufh tho ilr to tho root of the bara and thence thy crovnd uiado os- r.ipo just as the hrvtthtaM mull nerrouily cltckinc Away und rcconlhi-; all thut tranttplnxl In llioae t'dw nvcondi. It wan Ihoimh for tbi? flral. and no rehearsal was vi'rtisctnonr, NO COUNTRY STORE NIGHT THIS WEEK Bagdad Wonderfully Portrayed (By W. A. R. COCQ.) ing market, and fears were expressed rtnrf rmhrort and the seizure or'! twinkling, experience of play-j scene ,In, latest United pro- "The Mark of which be shown at tha Km press thea- tre, beginning today. There is one tho j Beeu m Auction, be as follows; Messrs. James Ailimrs. Sound; H. S. Bfland. J. W. .Brien. Eseei South; T. W. Caldwell, fhe settlement prices. The dealers Purrv j ware jiot satisfied vitfc this action "Doug" to bo tilers who the'co'l-! Pursued by a group of soldiers on the onial theatre on Wednesday niftbt to c'n'rch- A lmit to.lie T'.-.ere seemed to he very little i see "Kismet" and all its wonders, as i of escaping capture lhat tlie workmen lest narrated in llio press in ihe advance! serve an audience a real thrill, notices. Press notices arc. occasion-i To ll? "10 ranl: woro made by (lermati mine aud workmen here last I'nll (ailed a meeting to decide upon their future cuiirse> The settlement A'ictorii-Carleton: A. W. Chiatiolm. to- was fixed by the cuntnct board at L'. verneas: Col. K. C. Cooper. Vancouver! rupees per i-andee (S4 ponuil-'i. South: A. B. Copp. U'sst Moreland; i Hume Cronyn. London: J. M. Doup- i Sti-athcona: .1. Kron-! t'ehac; R. K Knntenay West: Thou. MacXutt, Coattis: A. Me-' PIctou: II. il. Morpliy. -Norili Perth: K. NesliHt. Oxftird -Vorth: t.'ol. C. I'cc K. V. i'.. Ske-na: t'. G. Poirer. South: C. JMhldlejpx Sarurd. Chieou- tiuiJ-SaKiienay: K. K. Spinnpy. Yar- mouth: O. Turgeon. CluiKesto.r: W. H. White, Victoria. Alta.: .1: H. Wll- Fl .lay's work, however, and thousands j "ir'sometrmes j about twelve feet ad- L-aihered on the streets to watch the happens that enchantment of Jacent to lhe building was a rrem-li f.-ntries and to inspect the [anticipation -entfs in disillusion. This barn containing a Cabled roof. Doug l-ranch liiacliino sun lants. They ls an experience with which theatre-! immediately decided to leap from Hie appeared quite cheerful and showed I goers are, 'on occasions be it said.! 'Jurcli roof onto tie gabled roof of 1 no resentment at the presence of the j familiar. Vl'o flnd a picture film not I "J? an'' down to a allied troops. I oKy coming to expectation but, it nlle hf th'dt deposited on the i Weil informed allied officials de- may truly eicecdlufr it. is L f Glared they did not believe there something -worth noting. tmif Fairbink. wSJr would he strikes in the Ruhr district, i Take all the glamor of the Arabian flrst time, ranbauks, the one asserting: "The people do not in-! Xights, all the romance associated I i tend, to strike. Communists are point-1 with a ilirouu Alraschid, add to theso ing toward Russia as Oerniany's salv-! all tho familiar oriental gorgeousuess. arion. but workmen already have re-} and there is thrown on the screen tile acmo of the marvellous evolution in the Him history. Rolling in pano- rama, with a story of love aud 'in- Owiug to the length of time re- niilred to screen the production of "Kismet" Which takes hours and fifteen minutus to properly present) and the fact that the Buperb orcheR- tration IK exactly synchronised in harnuiny with (he different scenes in the picture. Manager Ijm Brown of the Colonial theatre stated today that It will bo im- possible to stage bfe usual Friday night Country Store Night on Friday evening this week. "Kis- pi-esented at the Col- onial all week. H. B. onl-JImmr Valentines hJjBMU u -Jlainr Dorlt, a jewel tilef left lu of nil dauiater. Jimmy way out of the crook i.' to wltk an bua baud, ud to that straitii: falli in with fifl blm contlnntl on vut In duublr-croiied ky a crock tvho traced hloi and who wants the In hi.i power. The result It prison again for JiniBy. Ha thlxks thfl lectlvu framed him, and when dea- tiny piat'pu the detnctive Uelplws. in his power, the story helrht of its dramatic climaies. swifi- ly followed by a surprise, human, conedy twist that Is only one of thii roiny "touches of dlsnlayed In the direction of Henry King. H. B. WARNER OUT-JIMMY. VALENTINES HIMSELF Judging; by "Dice of shown for the 'first time at' the King's theatre today, the combination of H. P. Warner, star; Henry King, di- rector: Fred Mytoo. scenarist, anil the Jesse D. Hampton production staff, from property man to scenic artist and cameraman, is one hard to beat. "Dice ot is not claimed by its advertising as an eitra special super-feature, but those who age it are goiug to remember it as one of the few "hundred per cent. in entertainment value they have ever seen. eterans Asked It to Dr. Belaud, ilin j C'imEivnced' early on Wednesday minister said he was not curtain ai momins and which has.been general ijiieais teen received, hy the government re-appointment of tho wjmmitte-'. when touring tlie country it was nu: i pudiutcd that idea and will repuduiie I it again. Rusiness is not at n stand- still hero and I .think it never will stop." if so" k'eenFVet tlllr- oriental raagniflcence, with a consum- comed a of snow us tiiat which mata toucll art which gives ,.Kis. Soup Kitchens for Poor tho .distinction of being au out- tuous- j standing feature in picture craft. The doubtful' into it, there was pre- sented to t'ae audience a feast of the moment just what requests 1'nrt over a lurse section of tha province, and Belgian and French troops, are hiiletod here and French and liritish _ have been established six i ceire the moisture owing to the lack i kilometres east of Duishurg aud tiife? It is pointed out that the land is purtifttiatiy condition to rc- 'xception.not to he met by riulfsjatos i ot frost in the ground. various kilometres north of Ruhrnrt. the line veterans' organizations i According to information received j marking the new -zone of occupation asking for (he committee's re-appoint-, by C. P. R. officials about noon Wed- not having been defined as vet. meut. Many had been nesday. the snowfall extended as far The troon-j vesterdav 1 received, among those beins improre- north as Red Deer and east to Medi- L he msnts in the pension new schemes of assistance, mich as loans, aud no forth. cine Hat. Between Calgary and Leth- began i operating soup kitchens in the poor bridge the fall was particularly heavy 1 n i and continues all the way from hers i of the citT have to sur- Clogged-Up Liver Causes Headache It's foolish to suffer from constipation, sick headiche. biliousness, dizziness setting of the picture is unique, the! action live in every minute, ;ind scene after-scene holds the taiu-y, piiming kin- attention and cuthusin? admiration. There is a reality given to "Kis-j in'et" In the splendid exposition off dumb actinj. The hoary mosques, the j solemn-faced Arabs, the associations! which cling to the old East, the bril- liancy of the interior of palaces, make It had always been made clear that] to i ._.i i i I Owing to there "DANDER! NE" Girls! Save Your Hair! Make It Abundant! a presentation of absorbing interest render all arms by this evening. ot c6mpelllus_nttraetion. It is i The employees of the postal serv-1 brought to the West, with ce. the railroads and mines the radiance Uiat we are aceus- ;tcikes have been forbidden, 'No Annexation dred ailments when Carter's Little Liver PlIU will end all misery ia a few hours.. Purely veft- table. Act gently on lifer and bowtls. FIB-teall DMe-Staull KINGS THEATRC The cosiest thtatn In tpwn. f TODAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY H. 3. 1 IN i STEef ORDERS XEU' VORK, -Mar. month- March British jly tonnage report of the U.S. Steel prime minister in the supreme coun. corporation made public today, aaov- cu yesterday, alluding to French i i-d tons of 'unfilled orders on de- newspaper comment on the occupation of additional German territory asked diately ai'ter u JnaasAge. your, hair takes on new life, lustre and wondrous beauty, appear- i in? as heavy aiul plentiful, be- j cause each hair seems to (luff and hand February 2S. This is crease from unfilled orders on Jan-j the French premier for assurances iiar.v :n. which were tons. that annexation was not contemplated. i The French comment indicated the i belief that the institution of customs i barriers was likely to lead to com- Blete separation between the occupied territories and tha rest ot Germany. Former Premier Clemenceau'a re- pudiation of permanent occupation was brought into discussion. Mr. Lloyd George said that although he had complete confidence in M. Briand 1 and the good sense ot the majority jot Frenchmen and although he had j received assurances from former Premiers Clemenceau and Millerand iwho had fought hard against the an- nexation policy, he would welcome 11 new and from 51. Uriand. j HI. Briand denied that any such feel- j Ing existed "even in the back of tlie minds" of responsible French states- men. Not fire out of every hundred Frenchmen, he dreamed oC such a i Mr. Lloyd George expressed satis- faction at this announcement. j JWINSTON CHURCHILL IN EGYPT HA-ROLD KIRBV j March Winston i Spencor Churchill, ths new secretary j for the colonies, has arrived in Alex' thicken. Don't let your hair stay life- English baritone, in one of his favor-! andria, Egypt, says a dispatch from L'83, colorless, plain or scraggly. You, 100, want lota of long, strong, 'beauti- j Till hair. A 35-cent bottle of delightful "Dan- fiRrinc" freshftns yonr scat p. shocks dandruff and falline hair. This stini- j niatlns "beauty- to oic'1 gi-ps to thin i dull, fading hair that youthful bright- i new and abundant All druggists' impersonations. church Monday night. At Wesley that city today. He will also visit Mesopotamia and Palestine. ST. CHARLES EVAPORATEb MILK Itu le to beep louder for. SCENE FROM "THE DICE OF SHOWING AT THE KISS'S BALANCE OF WEEK. Herejwe are again .with an- other One CWRESC I J TODAV AND BAL-1 J ANCE OF WEEK flOl It costs no more to ste the best not? "Doug's" latest Unite} Artists production in which fhe big punches pack tremendous wallops- rapid fre actions-appealing romance thrills _ fam ins e urse iy Johnston Ditacfed by' TRED NIBLO ADDED ATTRACTIONS MACK SENNETT COMEDY SPECIAL, "FICKLE FANCY" WITH DAINTY MARIE PREVOST. SPECIAL MUSIC FOR THIS BIG SHOW. lOc and 15c and 50c. Greater i n sympa- thy than "Turn lo the Right'1; greater In max and laugh- tetvthan "Allaa Jimmy Vakn- iine." Human are but dlcvin the; handt of fite. Agbintt Jimmy Ooyle dice wen nt played on tho level. tt OF DRAMA SUSPENSE ACTION ADDED ATTRACTION Snub Pollard Comedy, Mutt and Jeff Comedy, Latest Fox Regular pay rrforef COLONIAL 'TODAY AND ALL WEEK Matinees Daily at 2.30. Night, it 7.00 and iharp. The prqduction that is generally conceded to be greater than the greatest. OTtS SKINNER Edvard Knobbclo Directed by GASNIER The Arabian Nights come to lift in ill their mystery, romance, and whimsical humor. Directed by n Master, and played by the GREATEST CAST EVER ASSEMBLED, in settingi of remarkable realism and magnificence. IT COST A MILLION TO IT'S WORTH The extraordinary magnificence of the entire production'can only be seen to be appreciated. SPECIAL Accompanied by a superlative symphony orchettra of 14 Musicians at the evening performances. Brilliant Scenic Prologue, and Colorful Lighting Effects. Mats. 50c; Night, 6Oc. Children 29c. Note: You will enjoy presentation a hundred per cent, better if endeavor to be In .'ttendfince at the comAienciment of the showings. f No Country Store Night This Fit I ;