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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBR1DQS DAILY Calgary Teachers To Strike Friday Nothing Left to Do Says presiricnl of Alliance (JAU.AHY. W-t.l-alsi.ry teachers will follow oiu thr-ir tints1. and will work on Friday morn- ing, iiciwdiiiK to the statement mad-i to the Press nioru- injc by tkft pvc.-ncient of the Teiu-'rUM'.-.' "Tlinro is nutMnji eUe for the Jcufhrrs to do following the 0 {the school liotinl ut iho mcetiiifi on Monday evening." .-uid tho aUumce of- ficial. "I h.tvo con suited liif1 solicitor on tht' nuttier ami his opinion is that there is nothing left for the 'out a waiiioui on KriiJay." "Is there any possible chance of tho strike threat being withdrawn, order that negotiations may bo ro-op- he was iiskod. The president replied that he can sfo no possible chance of the. strike being withdrawn. The leachers have asked from the first oT 1 lift year that thi1 salary schedule bo considered bui the hoard has refused to consider "it. so the whole matter stands practically ;is it TVSS before negotiations were opened, he added Frobss Buildbor "Gv.ift" ir'u-.jnt i uiucUiiMlue u bljt bit 1. also (iid Ilin other two j is. Il'Tlicri and in "The iJirt und j Honu mid Ut'iiiitmto'.i in a nilty ix of t cd 3 wiih them in omii'lotoil Ilio hill. Til.' uluiw will bo onYi.'il for i'.n- flinns luuiiliU itiul is mirlli feoinit. j AT KING'S THEATRE tin.' of llli' tri'i-s fi'lUvl In "Til" Man in wlik'h Wil'i.iin at Kin.f.-: TheaUv. roll- uiii. il more llr.n KHi.'inil fi'c't "t 'I'lic tu1- 'J? fof-: in ilialili ior 11 vnllu'il 'I'lir of ;liis iiic-Miro wort; niailo i the rrilwimils ui' i'aliior- t t I'KSDAY, MARCH 15. 1WI1 Nott- York stat-.-. i? in the trade in N -w York. the invalidation into HI d i ut The A. IV .lurdlii C II which been closed for time h.is reopened ud ttit uni are working, full time i i i sunn -OUTSIDE THE LAW TO BE SEEN HERE Who Presides 'Over tht House of Commons at West- minster Likely to Visit -Canada This Year Jan. Associated al- cabled, Rt. Hon. J. Lowtber, of the Imperial house of com- mons, hopes if possible to pay a visit (to Canada in the spring, in order for- WA.Uy to hand over the new chair for the Canadian house of commons, has boen presented by the Kingdom branch of the association. The mow at Ottawa will rejoice In gifts presented from the Mother Country. When Sir Robert Xtorden here for urar lie took back nMth him one year a new Black Roil, which was griveu by both members of the lordi and com- ;mons of the mother of parliaments. Three years hack Sir Robert also re- at the .Guildhall a new mace, given by an ex-Lord Mayor of Lon-: ion, Sir Cftprlcs- -Wakefield. and the K-BheriffB. Sir George Touche and Wr Samuel Shetid. In, welcomins the Uisht Hon. J. W. Lowther, Canada will receive one -who i.3 certainly by no means the least Hhtatrioas of the long line of speaK- 0nt who have filled the chair of commons at Wesimlnster during the flre and u half centuries. Mr. Lowtber sits for the Fenrith division of Cumberland-, curiously enough his immediate predecessor, Mr. Gully, af-j terwards IvOrd tfftfhy. sat. for the; nelghboriug division of Carlisle, but j these are the only speakers ever} drawn front tbis northern county in all the half a thousand years wherein ilie office has existed. Mr. Lowthor has moreover intimate' family ties i irith Cumberland. I For fifteen years he has filled the j and his retirement, ow- j ing to indifferent health, has often I been considered likely. Mr. Lowther, "however, has never been in better 'health than during toe last few months, and there can be BO ques- tion of the general satisfaction with) which the genera! body of members! will regard his reteiUion of office. As j of him recently: ''He was made for the great position. He 'a finG figure of a man.' whether rising in full-bottomed wig and silken gown and silver-buckled shoes to an- jnoifoc-e some message from far 'to the mother dt parlinmeniE, or rid- 'ing his big horse or fencing on tho Terrace o' mornings to secure air and in order to counter-act .long sittings beneath his canopy in 'tbe commons. "With such a figure, .tit 11. clignitied, lha.t of a finely ilevc'.oped English- man, there was one voice that the speaker of the connnons needed, Mr. has it. It is a voice full oE deep resonant und cupabln of great meaning in its in factious." Tod Brow-Ding's n iftin who chte woman "tout know .her instantly bi) her: smile nimbk finders pl-aucd. DIM The Dazzlmd" Hero me of 'The of 25 fn Tod Broimfntfj Jewel i prescnbed bi) Carl Lacmrhlc Supported bq LON CHANEY The rrvatest chtractcr on the screen thafi famous for hit roles in1 "The Mir- acle Man" and "The and hil portrayal of "Bfacfc Mike Silva" in "OUTSIDE THE LAW" i> by far the i'tig he hafl ever dono. Get ready for a thriU with a ahiver in it when yon see him supportini beautiful PRISCILLA1 DEAN in this newest wonder drama. She was helless m masI-ei-crooHg he was epess m mas-ei- tends -and boHvcf Vhcm knew WHEEIES OAXMAN the lover in "The Virgin of Remember the tremendouK Bght with the ftkdfc the lust red? Well, watch WHEELER OAKMAW In "Outside the Law" when he wkh ne'll nuii-c all oth.-r "screeu ievlc like pink teas. One of the and matt natural Jitdt boys that in pic turm. Watch him melt the heart of "Silky MolT and ut her on tho straight road and you'll see an amazing piece child Don e miss this big "When the lighte out beaV out of t-he back door leave the rest to WITH SUPERB 14-P1ECE SYMPHONY SCENIC PROLOGUE NOVEL LIGHTING EFFECTS ;