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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERA7.-D Tlll'HSDAY, MAVU'.H 17, HI1U ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LA WS (DY LILLIE YOUNG McKINNEY) MRS. McKINNEY WILL WELCOME ANY QUESTIONS OR D1S iwt iuy. eaiiiiot. psss any whatever for money KM- any whatever ro- (-11 inn: en lied by a mes-ape from the lioiH'-MKsiu srovernor at that sumo SCS- sion of the Kacli momber of tho legislature ro- reives a year, and no moro. Ten dollars a day is deducted for every day that a member is away I'rom the legislature or committee 3iieetin.cs. above five days, unless nc- comnanied by a doctor's eerthieato that the member was unable to b-..1 present. Five' cents per mile travelling expenses are allowed each member. The speaker receives for each session of the legislature. It must be remembered that tlin k'gUhtturf} may make changes in this Act during the present session. eneino was th U i til's Kooil mad.-' rgost pub'.ic ownor- in the province, of i. K. 0. iiiirns. min- of imit'ie works, in adilve.-s i'i i lie and Walodun pe >il roads association, said irpel td have every mile of the i of provincial highway "I'soiiai'Ie shape for the people to iiy fall. :e staff il that contracts for road work this year .uly had been awarded. SHIPPING REGULATIONS wee-k. Nominally a "crook play. Tod Hruwniiif; has woven into his picture n woiilth of human action uml emotion against the warp of an intense Oriental devotion (n an iilenl. After IVhu'iMa I'can etulearot.1 her- self, to us as a u wild- cat, it spttliro. flu exquisite thief, some of us felt partway resentment at seeing her as a Turkish he-Knar maid. In "Outride Hie" Miss. I Man has tlio part sho wa-- horn for- that of Silky Moll sweet, wise and unsentimental. I.on Chancy plays Silva. a product oi' slums whose- roveur.e when Der.di steps iu ated us in "The M astounded us in "The the Law' I'.enith (so furl oi' h with a dual char.u-te absolutely A. a appears us Chang LI' whnsp Oriental teachings sway those who know him. It i-s a tribute to his bearing .nut appearance (hat only the Occidental name on the cr-1'1'' lifif betrays his impersonation. Ralph Lewis is seen as the refonu- ii "square-playing" gambler who Is railroaded to prison. Whoeler Oakmiin is a dapper "gentle- "Mlack Miko" Krunciaeo's only Chancy fascin- nu-lo ho but in IK> reaches the man crook." Melhourno JftucOowfll. Wlllou Taylor unit tiot-thiils coiupkHo thti cast. Hen rrisH-rross eyes uro called upon lo mirror the nubility uf Uml liny St. flair's hevph; in Mack Setinelt'.s bli; (ivt'-reel colileily just released through tlai First Na- "It'ti a terriblo strain." :-a> s Itoii. "but art demands it In tho plot of "Married Life." This; voker Mil be attraction at the Empress theatre today and tomorrow. LATEST GISH COMEDY I Minn Uebolllnii." Horothy Olwh'rf lut- e.'d screen coincu'y, that's exiu'tly what happened. T'le pii-hire will be nn view at ihe Kinj'.s The.itre today, Friday ami Saturday. Mis--; tlish liiu; the i-ji'.n uf I he royal little miss. Lonjxinn 1'or freeilom THIS WILL BENEFIT LETHBRIDGE WOMEN Stomach trouble in M !n of ton dm: tu rctulnt-il wiistu mailer. This From Duchess W Flapjack Maker hi "Little Miss Rebellion." Ilavc you ever stopped in front of tit window to clad in spotte dramatic art j restaurant window to watch a young that is j woman, clad in spotless white, outic-i ing steaming tlapjacks to loop tho ter of mako-up. ;loop liml in {V noat llu :l in old t'hinose t what would you say. if you WtTC lh" was nono otlier than the tiraml Duchess of Kulgravia? Probabl.v you wouldn't believe it. Hut, according to "Little NEARLY CRAZY WITH ECZEMA QUESTION BOX I tr.F.W.A. Local, per your j This column will answer part of your i question. It was the purpose of your' scribe not to discuss Dominion elec- tions, and who may vote thereat, until: ihe present session of parliament is over. There is no knowing changes will be made. AYe are cer-; tainly hoping that the Election Act! will be brought up to date a little i better than it is now. If, however, your local wishes to study the question during the winter, 1 shall be glad toi take the matter up with you outside' the column. In any event, I shall plan! to review the situation very soon after the closing of the present ses, parliament. March Associated imperial commit tec. has unanimously iTrommended the1 adoption of uniform j legislation throughout the empire con- i corninc the limitation of shipownevs' I ________. liabilities under bills of. hiding. The j xo rest day or ninht for those who recommendations tho committee are afflicted'with that terrible skin flfro. it is said, basorl on the Canadian dUctisp. eczema, or us it is often call water carriage goods act. jcii. sait rheum. With its unbearable., burning, itch WILL CONFER ON ST. GERMAIN TREATY ROME, March newspapers here say that u conference of dele- gates from states of the former Aus- ing and torturing, relief is gladly wel- comed. There Is no remedy like Burdock Blood Bitters for giving rellef-to such sufferers; no remedy that has done, trian empire will meet in Rome at the j or can do more for those who are end of the month in accordance with almost driven to distraction with tho the, provision? of the St. Germain; torrihle torture. poixuns Iho Ktonmdi for months r S mixed In Adler-i-lwi. ItOTIl upper and lower liowel, Adler- 1111 AJLss (iish is Mippin'ted on the stomach and chroni cons! i put ion. (I nurds Against appen Oh, Indy! grasp your jealous husband firmly by the nrm and lend him to Mack Sennett's "Married Life." It wili do you t'ath good. V Is matrimony serious? Not in Mack Sennett's "Married Life." i ft Whether you're single, married or divorced, "Married Life" will prove that you're right. Give me liberty or give me "Married Life" is the cry of the dis- criminating picture patron.. Even if you are'married you can enjoy Mack Sennett's "Married Life." treaty. An Italian representative will preside. Austria. Czecho-Slovakia. Rumaaia wil1 be ACCIDENTS KILL OFF MANY CHILDREN IN UNITED STATES REMUNERATION UNDECIDED TORONTO. Mnr. Raney in reply to a question by C. H. Bnckland in the legislature j terday afternoon, stated that Coni- i Riildcll and Latchford had both been paid 52DOO on 30th. 1920, on account of services, hut that their tola! remuneration has not yet Apply it externally and it takes out i the stinging, itchim; and burning, and j promotes a healthy healing. j Take it internally and it gets at i the source of the disease in the blood for eczema is a blood drives it out of the system. Miss L. JI. Boutilier, 89 Victoria ,d Road. Halifax, N. S., have R1_ I suffered for years from eczema. I could not rest -day or nisht. I suffer- ed great agony, and was nearly .crazy with the itching an'cl burning. I' jrtsed all kinds of salves, but nothing seem- I "MW Burdock Blood It's the Talk of the Town With superb sym- phony orchestra; novel lighting and scenic effects. NEW YORK. March Tn-enty ttiousanil children irnrter fourteen years aKe are killed hv acdJents each year in the United States, accord- j-dB puwic hy th equest of Jai for Rainy River, j ;hg irdwh BInort has been on. raarkct yCarS' anU an, other mry cd vehicular accidents, drowning and bv n. C. Hurdman, on behalf of th- poisoning eiact the heaviest toll child life. Forty per cent oc tho chil- dren who die before reaching their fifth birthday are killed accidentall Limited, inent. government ASKS INJUNCTION AKRON. Ohio Mar while almost twenty per cent of the Thomas, president of the Akron Ex- deaths claimms those between five hibition company, last nlsht and fourteen result from, accidents, the! eA he would file suit for an injimoilon I cunip-ation Alter fourteen, the International Baseball accidents cause proportionately fewer I league from selling the -ikron fran- dcalhs. chiEe First aid instruction They WORK while you sleep" given sTTim- mer> throughout tho United Suto.i by the Red Cross reduced drowning fatal- iiic? from lO.ono to annually, ihe statement said, WILL GET GOSSIPERS aalhorltioa have de- cided to put in force an old iaw- for the arrest of any persons who spread I false reports. Under thi.i law Dr. Cam-! ille Castillo Bmneo. who was a mem- ber of Parliament the monar- chy, and son of the late Minister Foreign Affairs, in office when the monarchy fell, has arrested for .speaking against the present adminis- tration and in favor of his political ideals. i A i-onipdy fisht in mid-air, above thf> clouds, lends the beholder of Mack j i five-reel super comedy, to a state of thrill in j i which lie is undecided whether to laugh or shiver ;U the iieril of the i dauntless Ben Turpin, the jealous j Jimmy and the craven Charlie Conklin. "Married Life" is( BANK SYNDICATE FOR EUROPE SEEHATlHECOlfflBL ''Outside the New Pris- cilla Dean Film, Full of Action "DANDERiNE" Girls! Save Your Hair! Make It Abundant! plan to aid in the fin- ancial restoration of Europe by the i formation of a large syndicate of i banks and insurance companies is un-1 tier consideration by government rosentatives and leading hanker.-! and j Lon Chaney n-s a powr-rfn insurance men. Sir Robert whose heart lurks no slightest ray of President of the Board of Trade, is; loyally or fear, and huh' :a diizen conducting the negotiations for the j other Tire.sence nlnnc government. The -proposal also has j may make a picture. "Outside tlK1 been taken up for discussion by the j is the screen of the Federation of British Industries and Colonial [hr-Ettre the lurking place of by several Chambers of Commerce. [romantic and mysterious drama this Uit d heroi'ne of Vi'i of Stamboul" PRSSC8IXA Don't stay bilious or constipated, with your head dull, your stomach sour, gjissy. unsnt. Take one or tv ____ tonight sure for your iiver j aiid bowels and wake up clear and fit.} With Pri-scilla Dean as a ptony- j Children love, Cascarets, too. No! queen of the underworld inconvenience. 10, 25, 50: I Supported bij that character actov LON CHANEY famous (bi- his roles m'The Miracle Man1' andThe THIS 1? A UNIVERSAL-JEWEL PRODUCTION directed bu TOD BROWNING lt The man who made The Vfrtffn of COLONIAL TODAY and ALL WEEK Immediately after a massage, your hair takes on new life, lustre and wondrous beauty, appear- ing twice as heavy and plentiful, be- cause each hair seerna to fluff and thlnken. Don't let your hair stay life- less, colorless, plain or scraggly. You, too, want lots of long, strong, beauti- ful uair. A 35-cnnt bottlo of delightful "Dandcrino" freaheua your scalp, chocks dandruff and falling hair. This Btlmul.iling "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, dull, fading liair'that youthful brightness and iihumlant iU DOROTHY 'Urn.E PERELI.ION SHOWING AT THE KING'S FOR E3ALAMO" NGS THEATR PHOTOPLAYS 'OF QUALITY. E EXTRA SPECIE! TODAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOROTHY GISH "LITTLE MISS REBELLION1 Jtf aramoun SPECIAL MATRIMONY WEEK at the NOW PRICES ONLY HUSBANDS, SWEETHEARTS Phyllis Haver Ben Turpin Mack I R T H F U L.... ASTERPIECE of A T R I.MONIAL IX UPS FUN LADEN Charles Eva Louise Charles Charlotte Kalla Murray Thatcher Fazenda Conklin Mincau Pacha The World's Greatest Array of Comedy Kings and Queens. No Matter How Mad, You D Laud Yourself Glad "A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION" ;