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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PA ntf ETfiHT THE IJTTHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD SATUKDAt. ttyRCH 12.1921 i MM Mil Had Been Awarded StO.OOO By Supreme Court 15ut This is Set Aside Juclprnient lias lieen handed down in tho case of AloxandiT Mnir vs. the taken to Urn Appellate Court of Alberta hy the m'.lv-ay company to a.sl.lc the award of JlO.iM'i' to the plain', iff for damaRcs sustained tho ease in N'o. 6 mine ilc- sci'nrtiiiji on him and crushing him. The award given at the Supremo Court here has been set aside by the higher court, allowing the appeal of the C.P.R. Their lorrt-.thlps, Chief tha" Mui'r had8 a ircTny Sanitary and Heating Engineers Al'l'EAI- 1JJSM1SSK1) I IN YASKI.UNAK CASE! In (he (if Uio brothers Sieve ;IIH! IVlo VascU'iiilli, takrn lu the Ap- I'oiul. tlte jud.Kiuont of Mr. 'Jus- IK-: it was heard tho civil liittiMpi of tho Supremo t IUMV. Mhunminl, and the dismissed. In (1m original aivoi; tho plaintiff sued for a decl.ira- tioil Out Pelo ht'1'1 a certain quarter S'.'ction at C'oultlnlc. us trustees for luitli tlin brothers, whilo Pete maiu- miueii that he held the land for his own benefit. Judgment was given ior Urn plaintiff. Stove, and the case uken to the Appeal Court. A. O. Vir- vue of Virtue and Walsh, for the and H. A. Smitll and John Yase'eniik. for tho defendant. F R.J.PRIES1MED received compensation under the I Compensation Act and was, therefore, barred from any action in common law; further that he was gnilty of a culpable omission which the court considered was in reality the cause of the accident and would be sufficient to defeat any action under the com- mon law. Muir received .1 cheque for antler the Workmen's Compensation Act. The accident out of which the action originally arose took place on March llth, 1917. while Muir was ex- amining the shaft at Xo. 3 after stepping out of tbe case he by the bell system used at the mine signal- led the engineer that he was. out of it and that the engineer could have Will Meet in Calgary Next Closes Calgary wa, chosen by the Albert. Seventh Anniversary of New G, W. Kerby Special Preacher The seventh anniversary of the urns- em Wesley, chun-h will he field tomor- row. March The occasion will he coiinii-tuoia'.ed by special services. The Rev. c. Kerby, B.A.. Il.D.. pres- ident cf Mount College. Calgary, has secured as the special preach- er. Tlr. Kerby needs no introduction to a audience. For years ho has occupied a very influential position in the city of Calgary, as well as in the province itself. He Is tho ministerial representative on the Hotary Club, an ex-member of tho school board, an active Mason, and active in questions making for the moral, social and well- ing for their annual convention. The convention closed last night. The election of officers resulted in tho following being chosen: Priestly. Calgary, re-elected president for a third term; Fred Hick, Leth- bridge, re-elected vice-president; E. P. Fletcher. Calgary, secretary-treasurer. The lecture and demonstration giv- en by James Marr, of Calgary, on the j proposed method of reducing the cost; 31 anu niaL lue ongmetri umuu tune it. He then proceeded to examine the of plumbmg, which provoked so much _ in tVio cmix-oiitinn Tnnrs- being of the public generally. Hll many friends here will be delighted Tho music will be iu charge of lead- er Mr. Ernest Layton. The choir will render three anthems, one in the and two iL the evening. In ji" 'i'! addition to these. Mrs. Ernest Layton, L. A. B., will render a solo in the morning, while in the evening Mrs. Hugh Crawford, contralto, and Mr. Harold Kirby. the brilliant young The evening service will' bo pre- idcd by an organ recital conducted r Mr. Layton. "Well soon nettle uM Jin to Mamie; without telllaf her nil plan Mt town and held up the ex- press, felting the mutiny axdtd. In the meantime the sheriff, dinuiied Jim, was holding up the tows gamb- ling ball. Immediately after handing Mamie money, Jim was arrested, the victim of this barefaced gambling hall frame-up. And Into Jail he went. With his rival out of thtt way. sheriff went to Mamie with a bunlnfss proposition. said be, "It was 1 who robbed the gambling hall, but how are you going to prove it? I'm the sheriff. Look here, Mamie, listen to reason. I will pay your father's debt, confess to the robbery and frw Jim, and thai out ot town quick. Is only one condition, and you kaow what It Is. Will you marry me, to save your father and JlrnT" Cornered, the girl consented. With her husband fled from the town. Then jhe money back to him. asking him to repay the express company. But the messenger did not carry out instructions. He kept money and took no message. "Mamio has double-crossed Jim told himself in his cell. The thought tortured him during the lone hours. He feared it would drive him mad. He was consumed with help. less rage. But a vision came that quieted him. He saw the face of the j Saviour, and the psirit of an executed 1 prisoner who warned him to keep the straight path and not to seek revenge. "KISMET- AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIOHT "Mnk TtfkU." will be featmd Ik her lataat druaatlc "Illikj Bua> a ctonr atorft clewrly acted by HIM Walton. With a erlf ht attractlou, and exception- ally brcheatral miulc by the Oolnlat Concert Orchestra, the whole will make a rlslt to the Colonial well worth while. sump by ouening up a trap door at the bottom of the cage. He said that be- fore doing this he noticed that the cage was about thirty feet above his head and stationary. Wliile be was on nis knees the othe.r cage, which was the one immediately above the trap- door, came down upon him from above and he was vory seriously injured. The particulars of negligence charged against the defendant were: That he was not warned of the low- ering of the citfe; that a proper sys- tem for the warning of workmen bad not been provided; that there was no person stationed at the bottom o[ the discussion in the convention Thurs- day, was again taken up at the Friday afternoon session. A resolution was finally carried to apply to the provin-1 cial health department for permission i to install a system to demonstrate the Obituary feasibility ot the scheme. DIXON._The deatll ot IDi.ton, aged 17, youngest son of Ed- The magnificent spectacle "Kismet" will be offered for the last three times at the Colonial theatre toniiht The same wonderful symphony chestra of fourteen' pieces will again play the superb accompaniment. To- night two complete showi will be given, the tint at 7.04 sharp, and the last show starting at 9.90 sharp. These will positirely be the final per- formances In Lethbridge this season. SPLENDID "HIP" VAUDEVILLE BILL AT THE COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY miuci n till, tt.lt Vydtll.HJL! UUt It prtJk- convention here, and )n MTj his punera, :rtinent contributions to arrangemcntg wll, be announced later. whole of the made some pe: the discussions. Just prior to adjournment a hearty Frederick Is a son of Edward Dii- One of the finest vaudeville shows seen here in months will be presented at the Colonial theatre on Monday and Tuesday, the acts both In point of quality, size and versatility being about the best ever offered. Emmett, the scientific humorist, and his company of five I top the bill In a clever novelty diver- j t ut in ui ut jnuiiuii ami vote of thanks was extended to the He was a student cage to warn workmen that the cage Lethbridge association and the city tne Lethbridge High School and a was being lowered and that a proper ot Lethbridge for the cordial manner member ot the batterv. Hu man.. In which the delegates and the con- d on of the tailoring flrm of Hutton and' which will delight Colonial pat- ast. of bells had not been provided. The defendants' claim that it was absolutely in the power of the plain- tiff to protect himself by ringing the bell. He admitted in his evidence that he could have done so, and in a con- versation with the pit boss, Reber by name, it was stated that he practical- ly admitted that it was his fault. Wage Cnt at. North American Collieries Mutual Between i Men and Management It would appear that the Herald was nnder a. misapprehension when, in re- ferring to the arrangement come to between the miners and the employ- en of the North American Collieries, Coalhurst, as to the twelve. per cent reduction in wages, with a pro rata cut to be made in the price of coal to the consumer, it stated that the miners belonged to the O. B. TJ. It has been brought to the notice of this IMiner by the mine management ot the Collieries that this is not the case, and that the employees are organized only as employees of the North American Collieries. The agreement come to was made as such, with the O. B. U. having notliiag to do with it. The Herald, accordingly, makes cor- rection. JEWISH HOUSEWIVES IN TORONTO HIT JEWISH BAKERS ventlon as a whole was received. LATTER DAY SAINTS, NOTICE All Men Who Applied for Farm Work During Week Were Placed The report for the past week given out this morning at the office o( the Alberta Government Labor Bureau Lethbridge, Alta., March 11, 1921 Next Sunday. March 13, has been designated as Young Folk's Day in the Lethbridge Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and all members of the Ward-and espec- ially the Young People are requested to be in attendance at the afternoon meeting at 2 o'clock. Elders Hugh Brown and C. Prank Steele will be tho speakers and the shows that the demand for farm subjects assigned to them are the labor is on the increase. Twenty-four Apostasy from and the Restoration of men applied for work and they were j the Gospel of Jesus Christ, all placed in good jobs. One sheep- Tne speakers are well versed in the herder was placed, also one gas en- Scriptures and Doctrines of the gineer and one machinist. The total church and are well qualified to teach shows that 32 men applied for work, i its principles. They have spent con- g8 were placed, and 46 ara on the siderable time in 'study of the Gospel waiting list. Seven were given ana have devoted two' or three years work. in teaching it to the pennle of the Of the six women who wanted em-j world and ara now actively engaged ployment, four were placed. Five JB the Master's business at home, charwomen were given caaual employ-1 The regular music and singing ser- ment. Four remain on the .waiting j vice will be appropriate for the occas- rons with its novelty and freshness. This is the most costly act ever offer- ed on the "Hip" Circuit, and will establish a new record for entertain- ing propensities. A. special event on the bill will be the appearance at the popular Eng- lish music hall favorite, Marie El- more, in her original song revue. Miss Elmore wll! sing many of her older and more popular numbers, in addi- tion to several naw songs. Herbert and Celesta In "The Ac- tress and the Stage Manager" have a delightful little Parisian sketch, which for clean, fanciful fun has not been equalled on the vaudeville stage this season. The fourth act on the bill wiil be Bono and Pemington in a perform- ance that ib always met with approval by modern of real music on giant accordions, to which Miss Remington sings a number of vocal solos admirably. Gladys Walton, the new Universal star, who recently created a furore by her clever .work in the photoplay list. Two housekeepers were placed, one cook and one house maid. ion and the subjects to be treated. There will also be a few special selections rendered during the service. We are deeply Interested In the wel- fare and future of the Young People I of this Ward over whom we preside. TORONTO, March housewives are still maintaining their strike against the Jewish bakers. The j strike is beginning to assume a ser-1 Ions aspect. Several bakeshops which' have dared to" open for business at a' reduced price have "been threatened. or been attacked by strikers. I WESTERN MUNICIPAL ORGANIZATION WILL BE FORMED SHORTLY gVeat responsibility A new organization, to be known desire to do all we can in a humble as the Union of Western iwa? to shield and protect them from ties, to comprise the municipalities j 'he great evils and temptations to in the provinces ot Manitoba, Iks- which all mankind and especially the katchewan, Alberta, and British Col- are subject by helping to Instill umbia, forming a single unit as apart, within their heart the Truths of the from the Union of Municipalities of Everlasting Gospel. Canada, will soon come into being. It! We desire every member of the awaits the endorsation of the varigus j Ward, both young and old. to co-oper- municlpalities concerned. This was j ate with ua in this work. We cordially what resulted from tho deliberation invite you to come to the meeting on ot the provisional committee appoint-1 Sunday afternoon next at 2 o'clock od to go into the matter, at I and partake of the Spirit and receive Regina, and which Commissioner the teachings in sermon and in sons Freeman, who has now returned, at tended as chairman. Princllla Dean, who Is starred in "Outside the at the Colonial. ttarting next week. and prayer. Friends, visitors and strangers welcome. Your brethren. Oeo. W. Green, David H. Elton, H. Ostlund. Bishopric. ONE KILLED IN AUTO CRASH VICTORIA, Mar. Browa was killed. Lewis Morrell seriously injured and J. J. Martin sustained a broken nose, while a fourth escaped death miraculously when a large tour- ing car with a party overturned while returning to town th's morning. Don't Use Drags For Constipation Bathe One Natural Way. x Did you ever know of any person who was permanently cured of con- stipation by taking drugs of any kind? Drugs simply force Nature, and larger doses are required from time to time until the trouble becomes chronic. Internal Bathing with the J. B. L. Cascade Is the only permanent relief from Constipation. H keeps the Col- on, or large lower intestine, free from all accumulation. Soon the system performs its regular functions, and there te no further trouble. Mr. F. Babin, Proprietor Alexandria Hotel, Ottawa, writes: "The J. B. L. Cascade has made a new man of me. I would not sell it for all the money in this world if I could not get an- other. Through my recommendation I know of a number of mjr friends who have been using H with the .same satisfaction. For people troubled with Constipation, I say it Is a godsend, and can heartily recommend it." The J. B. L. Cascade it the only per- fect appliance for Internal Bathing ever devised. It is endorsed by over half a million enthusiastic users. Ask, to have It explained to you at the Red Cross Drag Book Co., Lethbrldge, or write for booklet to Tyrrell's Hy- gienic Institute, 163 College St., Tor- INDIGESTION Everything was going well with Big Jim O'Kane, of a lumber outfit in the California Redwoods, until ho feel in lovo with tho girl upon whom the sheritT had sqt his heart. To have the sheriff for an enemy on such an outpost of civilization meant a situa- tion that even a strong man might wtili avoid; but Big Jim was not the sort to run away from any situation. Fnstoufi, he wooeii Mamie Lee Corwln In cavoman fashion, and her heart was his. The Sheriff snarled for moans to punish Jim and tho girl. He found it. in llus discovery that Mamie's fath- er. "M Cdrwin, had forged a check to lay ior education. Pape's Diapepsin" mikes Disordered Stomachs feel fine at once! Lumps of undigested food causing pain. When your stomach .is acid, and is gassy, sour or yon have heart- burn, flatuleace, headache or dyspep- sia, here Is speedy waiting. Gat a tablet or two of Pkpe's Dlaonsin and Instantly your stomach feels fine. All thtt indigestion pain, gases, acidity and misery In the Pape's Diapepsin tablets cost little at any (Imp store but there Is no caused by acldltr IN DANGER How well do you know your neigh- bor? Rlfht In the heart ot civilisa- tion a law breaker can hide. Jimmy Doyle, Jewel thief and ei-couvtct, hid In the heart ot a small city. To his neighbors was John Carter, es- timable cltlm. and Nancy Preston, his wart, waa known ai sis slater At tie Jewelry conpaiy where hi wu paid to bandfe thousands ot dol- lars ot precious Jewell that he at one time broke locks and safe's to Meal, he had a reputation ai an honest worker. But, can a crook go straight? Can he convince his pain he is on the level? Will detectives give him a square chance? Onca his life is cast in a dishonest mold, can Destiny shape it otherwise? "Dice of answers these questions at the Kings Theatre today in one of the cleverest and tensest ot romantic melodramas imaclnable. H. B. Warner is the star ia a role similar to his., unforgettable "Alias Jimmy Valentine." It Is a JeaM D. Hampton-Pi the production, iltrfi'-ted by Henry King, and the cast tnclndM Lillian Rich, Howard Dairies, Rose- mary Theby, Claude Payton, Fred- erick Hnntley, Harvey Clark and J. P. Lockney. "OUTSIDE THE COST QUARTER MILLION Prisctlla Dean's first feature since "The Virgin of Stamboul." Is to be shown at the Colonial Theatre for four d.ays starting next Wednesday. It is called "Outside the Law" and Is the work ot Tod Browning, who has dir-' ected Hiss Dean in all her big screen success and who wrote: her latest story as well aa supervised Ita pro- duction. From all reports it is the crowning achievement ot the popular Universal star and her author- director. i MOM UH was taw Of "OMilte the am4 tV autlia raaUr of Who's Who It ctieaia Besides Mils then Okaney a Prtseo Wktwlar Oakmu plays a daaper rtttWIM tntok, B. A. Wurraa a rare CMMai Aftracttrlsatlon, and Ralph while MacDawell, Wilton Taylor and Ootthals, a clever child actor, are other prtacipata la the cast, ixm Coaiwjr win seen la two ot of carter thaJRnna. of the rolM tkta ot all char, acter actors, Is taut ot "Black Mike" Sllva, tailw at the oderworld. The Identity at otfcar if kept a by To4 Brownkif aM t'Blvur- sil ai a to font, aa Chaney s make-up In the part It un- believable and Impenetrable even by his personal friends. A symphony orchestra will accompany the presentation They're Worth Their Weight io Gold WHAT CLOYNE MAN SAYS OF DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS David Waddlngten Haa Used Dodd'a Kidney Pills and Recommende Them to AM Who Suffer from Kidney Ills, Cloyne, Ont, Mar. to the point It the statement of Mr. Darld Waddington, a wall- known and Ufhly respected resident! of this place. He has tried Oodd's j Kidney Pills and found them food But let us use Mr. Waddington's own words: "I hare taken Dodd'a Kidney Hlls an'd I cannot say too much In faror of them." He states: "They are worth their weight In gold and I advise all who suffer from Kidney Disease'of any kind to use Dodd's Kidney Pills." Dodd's Kidney Pills are purely and a kidney remedy. They have given splendid results in cases of rheumatism, backache, diabetes, drop- sy, heart disease and urinary troubles, because each of these Is either a kid- ney dlseue or springs from sick kid- neys. Ask your neighbors If Dodd's Kid- ney Pills are not remedy sick kid- neyi are crying for. LAST TIMES TODAY H.B. WARNER IN THE DICE OF I DESUNT A Thrilling Detective Story. MON., TUES., WED. WM. RUSSELL IN I I "THE MAN WHO DARED" A drama of the great outdoor life amid the California red _ or _ woods. I Also Coed OimwdlM. I EM mi mt mm mt mB FROM "THE MAN WHO STARRING WM. RUSSELL, STARTING AT THE KING'S MONDAY. COLONIAL Positively the last thowlnos of the million-dollar spectacle "KISMET wvuts-UT AT wlth Symphony Orehes- TONIGHT (SAT.) Musicians. TWO COMPLETC SHOWS show MONDAY AND TUESDAY HIPPODROME Circuit VAUDEVILLE A SHOW YOU WILL NEVER FORGET. GREAT HEADLINE ATTRACTION EMMETT CO'Y. Vaudeville's Funniest Act. The Setantiflc Humorist Company M FIVE Artists. HERBERT AND CELESTE in "The Actress and the Stage BONO AND REMINGTON ACCORDIONISTS SUPREME. THE ENGLISH MUSIC HALL FAVORITE MARIE ELMORE IN AN ORIGINAL SONG REVUE. And to top elf this bumper big show, here's a real feature photoplay GLADYS whOjtamxHn'PINK TIGHTS' In a picture that's up to trie minute BUflNEtt She Innocent ae a Utten morfkcy. She could chattel like a Ukt duck ana dance liax tin devtt. ButeheoouMatkMpthe men and die apt warped some terrific and whole besketof trouble, particularly with a society "Rafflea." Ptrhaps she (ot ibe didn't. See what happened. THERE'S ONLY ONE BIO SHOW MONDAY AND IT'LL BE AT THE COLONIAL. Usual prices. Thro thows daily, 2.30, 7 and t. COMING, Four SUrting Next WEDNESDAY PRISCILLA DEAN LON CHANEY in "OUTSIDE THE LAW" ;