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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK EIGHT_______ Alberta "Drys" See Cabinet; Ask "Bone Dry" 100 in Delegation Which Wants Law Strictly Enforced THE IJSTHBKIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 14. 1MH HON. J. A. CALDER'S MOTHER IS ILL KKillXA. Mar. 14.-lion, J. A. raider arrived In to- day. Krom Hie train he wu lakun stralKht to the ot his mother, i-onilltlon Is ri'lKirti'il to In! critical. Since Ills arrival this morninK Mr. Crxlder has remained at the bedside. 0 AT WESLEY CHURCH TONIGHT EDMONTON, Mar. dele- gation of over 100 persons from various parts of thfc province wait- ed upon the provincial govern- ment this afternoon and asked for the enforcement of a strict prohi- bitory law in accordance with the referendum vot; of October last The of the moderationists, who have already presented peti- tions to the government against prohibition, were denounced on the grdunds that petitions were not representative of the electorate and that they sought to defeat the will of the people as expressed in a constitutional way. Thc government had only one mandate, it was claimed, and that was to make Alberta dry. IGIIY1LHELP 1 i c'apt. Manioh in House Says I Ounce of Action Worth I'ound of Oratory OTTAWA. .Mar. Canadian j J -Captain Manion (Kurt 11 Ham and Uainy River> thc House I j this afternoon, moved that "it is ad- j visable that tlie government should (bring forward a policy havhiK for its object tho development of tho natural j Board Doesn't Expect to Make "sources of ointHU." I I tapt. Manion saul thai, in regard i Deficit Isut a :i0 of nstura! resources a pound of action was worth a ton i of oratory and the party -.vhicH v.-ork- j ed ont some SLhemp whprehy natural The tiuesilon of the city hand i resources were developed, would meet i for discussion at the meeting of the approval of The country. Ho thc ciiy council Jiflil on Monday, but referred to develoimient of the "rein- nothing was derided on. i deer industry in Alaska as illustrative din. The Kherlfl umrcliixl for incnu to punish Jim ami fill. Ho found it In the discovery tfeu Minlc'i filh- old Ciirwlu, hud i chunk to yuy fur Mitmlv'i mmleal education. xntm MtUo Jim to Mauiic: without telllnn hor lilun hu'lftt tpwo and held up the us- prnsu, money lit) Hi tUP meadow. shsriff. illiitulRil .Tlni. up the town Kamh- MllK after hamllliE i Mamie the moufy, .lini was arroittnl. i the liaretaced (ambling iuill IraniH-up. into jail he wont. It's a pi-out story from Hee it! Harold Kirby, the English Baritone in his Indian tone poem at Wesley Church Recital Tonight. chorus Rirl by members of an aristo- cratic family, and many laughable scenes attend tho process. Mis.s Bnrke's role is said to be one of the j best in which slip, has been seen iu! many months. Donald Cameron is' I leaning man anil he heads nil cxuon- j tionally large ami clever supporting j cast. Tonight- for the last time, Donslas GREAT HIP VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT THS COLONIAL TODAY AND TUESDAY The, most costly vaudeville hill over offered 'locally will be presented ut tho Culop.ial theutref today and Tues- day. The scientific humorist, Emuictt, and his company of five woiidtir work- ers, will lop the bill In an amazing comedy act. un act chock full of novelties and surprises. This is (lift art of It'll kind ever n-ul ovt'r the Hll) Circuit, and should prow wfnnvr with ColouUI nudtenceM. All uddxJ to bill wilt be uppearntico itt perform- ance of the fanioux KnfHsli mtulr hull (Nimedlentie, Murle In )fer ov iKlnul WHIB revhe, (Shnnni lias just arrived un this continent, lu'i- lust Did Country enmneinHii Iwlui nine weeks nt the Tbea- UT, London. Herbert iind In their fareial iilmurdlty, Aflresa and ilie Kta.se AlanaKur." will furnish uiuny a lunch. Utmo and Keiiilnetoli will be lieHi'd in u tine musical act, in which they feature their (slant accordions, and some remarkable, singing- Gladys Walton "illsky nusiness." a line feature, and a number of other film attractions will complete the show. The council received a oommunka- jot what misht he done in a tion from tho Vnion ot Municipalities I poaed to I.e barren. So successful Emerson Brantingham Co. Sues in "The Mark-of it hail ihe of reindeer Iwen that! 4___t J I Advertisement. of Canada, Montreal, asking Thai endorse the action taken to prevent i the Vancouver. Kraser Valley and Southern KMlway Co. from obtaining certain legislation. This rorporaiiou luis a bill M be to Parliu- Tnion of Mimicipaiities of Canada lie-imiKln not lif done iieve Uanseroiis to the interest- not. lands of Canada with it was estimated there "would he reindeer in Alaska in and a million and u quarter might he killed every year. result could be obtained m ('apt. Manion proceeded, vhat tho tl a Agent There to Recover Price of Goods Supreme. Court resumed its sittings.! on Monday morning the hearing' t'L' the Emerson Brantir..clKnil Co.. with SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO ACCOMPANY "OUTSIDE THE LAW" urea Regina. vj J. M. Ilrat-1 "S I Patrons last week in aquompanimem Mr. Justice His Decision Labor eiecutive council nf tlie trades and labor congress of Canada has no pow- er to expel from membership in lhf> congress tho Canadian Brotherhood of Hallway Employees. This a'eiion was taken by President Tom Moore, after communicating with other members of the espeutive. council, on account of the brotherhood haying entered :tn affiliation with the executive of tha trades labor congress considered undesirable. Justice. Hose points OUT thai, the brotherhood had Imen a mer.'.ber o( the congress for three years. S. 1919 and I MO. While ihe executive has power to net for tile congress Cana House of Commons, and A. Bitch- j richest countries of the world in nat-'i anan. 11. P. of the. resolution. Mr. ;lmi1 resources, but despite that had; J! Buchanan -was asked to sn in bar-1in imimrtetUlSl.Odi'.OOO worth of i inony with the I'llion w" 'rcm nm' lies'of Canada I'auada, one of the potential iron! To Help Fair Aoard producing countries! had in ISM The council felt that rhe Board defendant, B and CounrHnim which has the organizing1 of tbe Leth-. briuge Fair, on July L'O, '21, aud must bft encouvaped autt helped. TUc Honvd (loos mot to niakR a de- ficit, but money will be required to oats the Vale pel only 6 per cent: of ihe" in the Dominion. More than I 5 000 tons were iiupoiiet! from tlie hat the sum 'i of by j ioht. The city will, accordingly, sup- j port the by rovcrins any ik-lteir that may martp up to the sum States and XewfouiHlland. Tliero worn two reasons for this. OUR warf_the opinion tliai ihe quality-of Cumuiian iron vtus not t-oiu- parable with that ot" other countries, u-hiie the second reason wan that the vast plants of the United States cu- the sale pric by th consisting of cash and notes, was paid I delivered by him to the plaintiff. retaining this orchestra this week" as a special treat for his pat- rons, realizing tho long felt want for symphony orchestral music in ihu cilv. j PRISCILLA DEAN IN GREATEST ROLE Daughter and pal of n Sim Fran-1 crook is Known 5 as Silky Moll, she id Juven an enigma than woni- who accepted the said iioodp. -ash, and Ml sha. is sweet with the tendv uotes respectively. ,u in 1 satisfaction I of drv wine and wise with of any claims against tlie defendant. Defendant connterclaims lor the the I CO-OPERATIVE SHIPPING certain matters in tlio intervals lie-1' tween sessions and even hail nower to iiispmil unions violated the constilution or did other specitk; acts, L It has nojiower to eiiiel s. body which I OF LIVESTOCK IS NOW ias been rccocuizeil as a member ofl vvnv T the congress without tho question fcK1 1115 raised in the congress itaelt'. Kvyu if the executive council had the power j WIKN'IPEG. March that country to place iron and I iron products on thc market Ut a lo-wcr i price, 'WILL NOT ALLOW "WJ96Y FOOT" TO SPEAK to expel the brotherhood the consli-! of livestock has become f Foot" American tfrohiWtion ad- vocat0' wi" nilt; Permitted to speak of and interest for i'nlight paid on car from Winnipeg .and freight to Swift Current, with e-xtras i and lacitideQ in noto and fendant to plaintiff in J. N, Ritchie. oC Juanstoue. Ritchie and Gray, for the pIoiniiiT, and y. Robertaou, of Calgary, for tho dei'on-i daiu. thc of mc wh sum by witi. sffll, her heart unchipped flint. 'Her hard little philosophy is as uncompromising aa L Xeitsolio's whom sho never heard) (le" or Darwin's, whose "survival of thtf-; fittest" ihftovy she IIvos by. With national reputation, b.uL nervy police record, Silky Moll's dad re for di- SALA2AR MAY BE NEXT lution requires that the executive j realized and established form should meet for the purpose of act- marketing iu both Canada and jnc. There was no meeting of the exe-United States and "it has proved of curive tu discuss this matter and benefit to farmers, declared C. hroUiftriiood was not called iipou TO }r.n in defense. Tiie judgment iloos not enter on ilie qiiesciun iher iho congress could expfcl the brotherhood us this Question was no in issue. i in the local armories during the On- j tario temperance referendum cam-1 accordiug to an announcement by Lieut. Col. Ilobinson. commander! or the 21st Canadian KegAient. SPANISH PREMIER -MADRID, Mar. Manuel Allende fonnerly premier and minister of public works, has under- taken the task of forming a new cab- inet in succession to that of the late T i Premier Dato. Fie will endeavor to MONTREAL. Maruii M.-Thos. j form a coamion ministry, n-on different conservative groups. WATCHMAN ARRESTED BRITAIN MAY DRAFT TREATY ON RELATIONS WITH AFGHANISTAN' Kice-Jones.. general manager pf the Grain Growers, Limited, in anj address of welcome at the opening; ses- j of th? Co-operative Livestock! Shippers' second annual a watcliman employed by tho here today. jtitv to watch the mnuhnlo through Co-operative shipping of livestock little c'Sht rear old Lilly Mau- !has meant a tremendous saving to !nlDS fel1 into a fiewer a days ago, I DEATH BED STATEMENT farmers, the speaker declared, as tho this mornius arrested on a charge jiroiiu that formerly went to the mid- nf manslaughter. The body has not WASHIXCiTOX, "Mur. rSritain has entered "into negotiations with the government of Afghanistan looking to thc drafting oE a treaty, shall take into' consideration Die relations of the latter jrovernmeiit and India, with particular reference to the influence of Russian soviet pro- paganda, according to advices receiv- ed here in official circles. At tlio invitation of the Afghanistan povennnent, it is understood that the British government has dispatched U mission there and meetings have al- ready been held between representa- tives of the two 'REQUEST WITHDRAWN ihc INVOLVES CLARA HAMON AVhen her dud is "framed" for jail, by' a treacherous ally, Silky Moll "hookd in" Svith "a gentleman crook." At. a smart reception, they mingle with the guests, draw their host aside and chloroform him. to the music of his dance orchestra. Then they mnke way with jewels vnrth half u million and "hide out" in a Knob HUP apartment. Silky Moll is the 'great character role being played by Priscilla T'niversal's great emotional actress, in "Outside the the Tod Browning picture-- which comes to the Colonial for 'four days starting "Weciuesday this j week. t dleman are now retained by the heen ducer. Grading of hogs and feed charts at the stockyards was thc subject for a lively diftcussion which occupied a con- siderable part of the morning, ami is being continued this aftonioon. There arc about 4f) dde-rates from all parts of Manitoba and Saskatch- ewan Jn attendance and more are ex- pected to arrive later. The Convention will conclude Tuesday night. i has been spared to Iind it. although no efiort j IX SENSATIONAL MURDER j "THE MAN WHO DARED" AT KING'S TODAY (MOM.) BRITISH (HOUSE MAY SIT EASTER MONDAY I LOXnox. March (Canadian A.ssociated Owinj; to prosr.ure 'of work the house of rommon.s will 'meet on Saturdays and hold a on Monday. Tho ;cnimcnt is to1 var- measures before tho house and 'it is thought that when tht; chancellor i of the eschcnuor brings down hirj 'budget there' will be an uuerestiiij; d TIAUF.VX, "Mar. 1-1. funeral of j bate. The Times the !ato Senator Crosby took place budget will amount to HS at St. Marys cathedra! pcunda lowest which is ARDMORE, OUla., Mar. Haiiioii. in an alleged statement while hri v.-i-.s dying, said Clara Smith Ha- mon, on .trial charged with Ins mur- der, .shot'iiim ut; he hiid on [he bed his ovvn room in ;L suite they occupied ut a I'iOtnl here. to. lesti- mony siven ar, tho trial today. W. H. I Tion that oven Xicliolls, iVinnor cliiei of police oi: j well avoid; but KveryMiing was going with Big O'Kane, boss n of liiln-aluir. j wire, Jess du patch re-' n- Htfainci1 tliiworth Is d UIOP-.' on r r.i i Famous Play Filmed exciting.... romantic'. ..i "The Education .of Elizabeth'1 Csle-; In-.ited OM Stage. im--. turn. "Tin' Kdiicnlinii nf Kllzuhnlll." tu t.lip KmvrtiKH tlicutre i Eor Iwo TllfiHtliiy, i- j u. film of lioy Hornhii.'in'H faniou.i rrnnfil1. was in-odiii-pd In r.ondnn In wlilch liiiB hoeu iill over Lliln country wltlij grnat Tim story dials with I chioctby DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS TODAY TUESDAY HIPPODROME CIRCUIT 'VAODEVILIE Season's Best AMAZING HEADLINED 'Tby-; Hcientiiic Humorist" itiul 'eiHiuinny of live, artists. BONO REMINGTON HERBERT AND CELESTE In ;'The Artress inn! tlie Staijo Special Engagement Marie Elmore Tiio popular Knglitrh hall I'jivoritH. Direct- from Hints sue- i-essful iveeks' at 'the The Gii-i Love, GLADYS WALTON ot" "Pink in her biff success, "RISKY BUSINESS" Oh. Boy: It's SOME picture! Other Added Attractions. Same Popular Prices. Get Ready for greatest melodnmiutic sensation ol' all time. Four'Days, Starling WEDNES-' DAY THIS starring iJu: Kerotne off o a r ifc BILLJE BURKE FtORIXZ ZIEOFII41) A Broadway chorus taught her life and a ctild taught her love- And when she fell into the creme de U ;reme of hcav- ;ns! you ought 'to see Lizzie nowl I EMPRESS Tomorrow and Wednesday RISC ILLA BAN v >.'i' LON CWANEV1 SPECIAL ACCOMPANIED BY SUPERB SYMPHONY OR- CHESTRA OF1 FOURTEEN MU- S1CIANS. .The identical same orchestra that delighted you last weak iii "Kismet." Specially ar- ranged fiooVc. Scenic prologue .arid novel ef- TODAY, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY BKBILL RUSSELL IN "THE MAN WHO DARED" A '-oiniun-o of a lumber jack, unions the California Uethvooila. ALSO SNUB POLLARD COMEDY PATHC REVIEW Amateur Contest Wednesday ;