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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEK THE LKTHKRmGW DAILYHERALD SATI'llDAY, MAIU'.ll liKJl HOHAII WANTS I'. S. TO MAKK AUHKEMKNT WITii Kl'SSIA ALSO Gossip From the "Y Mr S. T. llatsford .uave n very Last weak John Penoou took leiv.-liiV; .nlilress on "Why Ui'liovo. j the wwlily [irizu wllti a miro of -'52. TOltOXTO. Mar. MMII about sixty lulin freight carrying id! to the1 ocean trade Ihi-; war anil only I- or I.-, have rnniriii-ii. The others will never return for they are eitlier nl Ihc- of sea or have been burned or sold. The majority went tknvn tile activity ot Cernian submarines. Capl. .1- Foote, a well known mar- ine insurance ngent. I he loss will rnn up to ton miilious anil may a great deal more. The Canadian fli'aiiiship -eni IS vessels to the oeean. Six of their heats itave li'turnoii and ;tre nou- he- j ing put into shape at Kingston. Col and Midland. Capt. KotHOi said last night that navigation would open for .steel ves- sels on the. Great Lakes on April 1. from whieh date insurance he ilival hri- i.v! Ki'.s-ia is to all 111- a n hy .vernmeiu of Hussian soviet BHVel-liment. Senator Hanh. one of the peace treaty in-.-- oracilaliles v.vterday. lie said tlic- I rniiiiil f'lales :--hoiild follow ample of oVhiy resume trade ,'ela'i. Russia as he rrptrdi'd the C.reat iiritain as of vast hene people of that country. There a (iml" at last Sunday's i ami this wei'k has rolled up just Men's The last meeling of j start .ivitli. Sonic fellows aro always :iie season will bo held on Sunday. greedy! Miirvh at five o'clock when an] On Hie ollitir tide of the line par- largo crowd is expected I lietilar emphasis Is beinj; r.iven to the to hear I'r. Uiverins on a subject community work of tint Y. M. C. .V. IMS hcoii giving n pri'lU deal siuily to- "Kvll. Real Uunreul. v hhniii': lls Orii-in unit Purpose anil Our Atti- with tudu Towards It." There will also lie Minn niutflcu! under tho direction of Mr. I.f-o M. Coombs. lies an- also invited to this imvtins. Here's an extrude from :i recent speech of Krwl Smith on the sub- Jvu't: "Tho Community Movement is not to organize new aneuiiios. it is not to Rain now members for itself, it is not to exploit a society, but is rath- iiiCorniHtioit today, intoixU shortly to Invado tho for for his new professional soc- cer ICHKUO. GRAFT CHARGIt ies recently by had boon I'AUIS. Mar. made In tho chamber of dejnitlyi inanity Urouvl, that th thefts of I'nitod States iirtny stocks aold to Franco were thu HUbjtiut of die c UK B I on by the de- puties yesterday. Tho subject WUH dlsmisJMl with a vote of conllileuco in the Kovornmont when it ttnDouueed Its intoution to bring all tloHuqueiiU la connection with the liquidation of war stocks to justice. Tho last o: tin' mid-dny Lemon UEEND PRINCE WIHESS Oil r to lend its good ollices ;uul 11IU V14 lonco to tho end those oxisllnj; Ivicos was luMtl on Friday when Major! uin-es in the community may be drop- 'Usrnnv an interesting address ly spiritual, thoroughly Christiuu, above all. loyal to the Tho scents real that if tiiis unselfish .il.lo clasn nlsn held Ins wivk ami will not 110X1 I'll 11. NAPLES STUDENTS STRIKE I XAPLKS, Mar. students of j Naples university have gone out on a program is muiiitained, -10 jiK-a critic i strike in protest, against tho ever-ris- may truly any that the Men's j in upi'ioe of text books. Christian Association i.i aiiyiiiii1'?! Maivhfni; round the city to the book been soni ilic ami Sun i Thn Di the ;i dtn'ot CJirjHtiun have i-ini; to Father! BAD LITTLE GIRL still at Ihi? of: JlarkotlKill Mexican bean tin to' I't'otle is the only bad liule girl of tho "lady bug" fumily, t-. S. governmenL nf whops they presented, a. (lotnalid thnt each publisher should grant nil round fiO iver cent, reduction. Those Si wlio refused had their stores raided i u and their stock torn to nieces or I pitched into the streets from bal- j conies. L yhe Una nufii coming from live apartments of Luinmx, tho girl con-1 Ouvfcy ami her father can no i longer their bills, tho lirl accepts' Monty PHUser's ofl'or of marrUigu. When the ceremony rcail. she no- ticen llikt thu minister hus u thumb mlRtiinc ou one hand. A few later. Gassy haiipous to -catch a gUn.ntiC of the hand of ono of PuHsor't1 pardoners und ".he Is convinced that this man performed a mock ceremony for his employer. UUIVOH s-M' aL cnce, tells her story to Lennox, und that 1'aliser has eiiKtitced hlniECtlf to Margaret Aut.ten even after hm mock niRrrlaKO to her. Lennox, at his club, is overheard to say, "I'm going to do for Ptiltser." Later, at a pei'forimi'-.ct' of the optTa, Paliser is -Hubbed in his box and suspicion is directed to Lennox. C.assy, bpcaust; she loves hi it confesses to th? crime herself, 1ml. her old father rlears them both by showing he has long roncottlj.l in his slender cane and with which be lias jusUllei! the wrong i ;i Mumber ot- tho to i Beetle from Mexico feeds on plant! he leaser nohihty. rhe o pc_tnat-s tt-hat Ule hoy3 fortilizers and the soveruiueut pert iiml the general i-.imbineil j j j jioo.tmo to spend in Kir.mag it out of i 10 make the Grand National League tin- i the United States. the most r.u-e nin in the Tnited Kingi.nm smrc the war. Shaun Spaaali. T. Mi'Al- piao's veteran gelding, a TOO to D .-hoi in the finished of the four horses to surmount all ob- "HardhitU'rs" still retain the league. I having won three sanies, but as there NO INCOME TAX FOR MANITOBA WIN'NiPKO. Mar. iiossibil- Trainins for the National C.S.E.T. I Uy of a provincial income tax'being arc stl I a many guinea to play j lots of time for London spent keep its streets clean. last lO-j athletic meet starts in earnest next i brought Into force this year has van- s of the grilling four mile run weeki aml competitors are' "lied, Hon. Edward Urown. provincial a field of S6 barters. An 1 as it remilule.] (liat to oligiblo for the treasurer, stated this morning. He int-ton_ happens in a the j they must huve introduce a Mil during the coming "Raw From Eczema Doctors Do Their Best" "Forty Tears I One leg raw i from IIKP lo body. Naliviny cauid bsl-CTs what I sufTeretl. ItwaiD.D.D. tliat relieved me, ajitl for three years I a nga of eczema.'1 ThcM wonli are taken frHB the letter of QnUrio. Mr. Oarrett wil' MMWer my yoa care t> bio. It roa haven't tried tbe coolinr. healini; fi D. D. prwcrirtion for ikio diuue, we tiialt heirladto aell von a bottle tndiy on our tooa) frnaraBtee Sl-M a bottle. Trr D. D. D. Snap too. favorites tumbleil cut of the scene I after the first hop.-. K-avlnp: A D., of lheh. respective silKe Brown's The Bore to finish spcontl at n lo 1. i-'id Lord Wavortree's All Whit- third at 3t to 1. five Sunday and five miil-woek meet I week to provide for a i per cent tax on profits of all operating In Manitoba. The. b Uorotliy Ciish will be seen for the last times today in "Little Miss Re- bellion" at the King's theatre. This vivacious llttlo comedienne has pro-, vokocl no end at laushter during the past few days by her pleasing an- lii'S. A pleasing feature with Miss j Gleh's comedy is that she is not com- pelled to resort to any vulgarity to get hor audiences into a state of con- vulsive laughter. A deep mystery and a profound love confuse tho lives of four people in Paulino Frederick's latest Goldwyu J NOVEL ACTS ON. VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT COLONIAL MONDAY picture. "Tho Paliser Case." from Ed-1 gar Saltus' novel ot the same name.! The picture is the first to be directed A variety of acts seldom seen In by William Parks Tor Goldwyn, and I vaudeville will be presented at the his work has been highly praised hy Colonial theatrj on Monday and Tues- seen tho the executives who have photoplay. It will be presented at the Kind's theatre, Monday, Tuesday and ends of the gym work jiist now arc1 the boxing and wrestling. uiKiiis unm at .iT_iu i. ncnv ;iri? and wrestling. Bia Theru was a recor.l gatliernig of i fellows mtfe fRlIows an3 i.-ain-. notable during the race. Tnejing; hanl and from tilo lium. i Prince of ales, always popular in bei. uf likeiv tu be ,-oceiVed for VOTE OF CONFIDENCE oruoratlons! AVednesilay. The sfory in detail tol- lows i Aug'elo Cara (James Neill. an old violinist of Portugal, has a beautiful IN JAP GOVERNMENT HONOLULU. Mar. The Japan- daughter, Casey (Pauline Frederick) who has inherited his musical ability. day when the special Hippodrome vaudeville show will be the attrac- tion. The Scotch Macks will top the bill with their internationally famous Highlam! act. Johnny Mack, who for years was a feature- with the famous Lancashire Lads company is with the Scotch Macks this season. Devotees uci cnii.m.-n ID uu ivi Sho has a remarkable singing voice.; of vaudsville from the old countries anv fiatherins. and pnrticiilarly pop-1 championships tlw -Gse house of reiu-fisftntativea deteated Her teftchen Mme fambourlna (Car- 'will remember with pleasure tho Kight ular in the sporting crowd who hope ho a big success_ Tho overwhelmingly today a motion de- rie Leo Is wholly unscrupulous, j Lancashire Lads, tho most famous ag- one day 'gtwtl j orrterert as and when she learns her spirited gregatiou of hard shoe dancers in ami beautiful pupil is desired by tho vaudeville history on the British mu- .ruiuio uic B-u-.i u-j ..u-i _ rich Monty Paliser, she creates several sic hall stage, and when Johnny JiacU .course at seven o'clock in the mora- j tuincd from the YMCA or (leo Me- Manclniriiiii railway scandals, a Tokyo ,_ .i._ striding along the road, watching, K.uop. who is looking after tho en-1 fable to NTtppo language jthe horses exercising, and getting Tno wejghts Wjn 103, jjj( I newspaper here. says, (latest chatter from jockeys and train-j 125. 'lJ5. 145 aiuf 158 Ibs., lotion jar Skin Disease J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, Druggists. Lethbridge. 145 and 158 Ibs., and two I medals will bo given in each class. Full rules to govern the competition shortly be published. About the PLANS PROFESSIONAL SOCCER At .1 oviodc the 35 starters lined Flln rllies tu govcrn the comiietltlon JbTf-in "1B MONTREAL. March IS.-Con m pnt Tiv n' L h ,r L fv 1 a i M" J" arafeilr rule? I he formor Pacifle quent. 1'Hc 01 ihu I.uu-a .it i the strangles, double lie son, :ind ham-! i the first fence, ran wild, ilirew their' morlocks Rt'member the nte Vnril! u.ut vi.iers or refund to take the leap. Friday-anrl entries' m'uat be.! soccer' "Cording to JFor cold in the Head and Chest use BAUME BENGUE hu immediate effect. OF SUtSTtTUTESl I SI.00 mtubc. I THE IEFMIHC MILES ro, in.I MONTREAL Lxfntd Dr. BFDEQ RELIEVES PAIN j bnt six leaders followed suit before jn Wednesday. April 6th. Ithfi first circuit was complfited. Am- petley was speaking at Car-1 I ong them was the Irish favorite. Earn-1 mangay last week where they hold a I ou Beag, who came early ta I bis Father and Sen liauniiet which i the run. Ha.linV entry. Turkey Buzzard, i ridden by the crack nuljtary jockey, i Capt. Bennett led the pack n greater I part of the distance but fell when j cloije to home. Bennett re-mounted, ibut'his effort was futile for the three was ah unqualineil success according to those present. i There are now two groups of Trail j Ransurs at Church, and are growing ail tho time. i Your groups held Father- ami Son I meetings tins week when the fathers i.slow bat more sure jumpers remained came to sec what their boys dirt jin front. McAlplne's Irish bred Sliaunitho midweek meetings and then took! part in the group Kames. Somebody I I Spadah easily beating the crack a ma- I tour, Harry Brown on own horsp. jThe Bore. "Brown, however, put up a plucky fight, fli.i mount fell at the inext to lapt fence, and the rider broke j his collar-bone. Brown forged his way uliend and tlipn broke '.'i rein on the last jump, (inisliins see- pnd in a wild flight, "lie wa.s voeifer- niftantimp. final fence, but Hnllin'ri :ald some of the fathers want to know if they are eligible for with one of the groups. I The big night of the week was day evening when the monster "Kath-' and Son" banquet held in tlio] situations in order to help tlip plans of the designing young man. Cassy, however, has fallen in love with Keith Lennox (Albert but is disappointed to learn that he is engaged to Margaret Austen (Hazel Rreunaul, a society girl. Mrs. Aus- ten in' ambitious for her daughter to marry the wealthy Monty Paliser and by carrying a story to Margaret that CORNS Lift Off with Fingers i His majesty called to the reporters j writing the event anj asked them (read ihoir press dispatches 10 him during the progress of the race. THE "FLU" Dare Not Return The "TMn'' will certainly get warn recaption this winter if it ita ugly bend in our peaceful for tlie people are confident now that can dcnl it such .1 blow it will never survive. Tn every village, town nml city in Canada, families are fortifying them- with tho greatest ''Flu" am- muni'ion known f-o ley's Bronchitis Mixture. Colds; coughs. a'lvaneo guards i met with withering fire, and iclicf from those troubles is sure j every time. One hundred thousand Canadians are only too willing to tes- tify to the great healing power thia remedy contains. It has "conquered j eouL'.is veers' standing. It can- ?k'; to An fnr what k !mfl i., you jlftve everything J to gain .in'I nothing to lose, aa it in sold unilcr Ji mouey-back guarantee to b.iraalt coughs, colds, brouehitia, bronchial iiathnm and prevent you from yetting the It is a syrup, but a mixture, HO to an exciting point as the cuitinpion-l times s'ronger fhrsii any oiher cougli -ship seems to rest between -three' cure. Cue doac gives instant: "Y'' gym, but are not to hand yet. Keep in mind the next bis Tuxis conclave at the end of the immti.. The checker's from Kd- inonton has gonfi back to M-.lmonton. Lord Wave: j suimbleri badly at tlio succeeded in boating i Turkey Buzzard out Xo other the great iield fin-! (lee Youim. Out oC 11 gunips lie lost. I I four, won three, and four. Thr- At the conclusion of the race staff is always pleased to furnish Prinre of was in tbe paddock, j chess and checkers to any persons cte-j i smoking a fat nigar and jnhins happily j siring to pluy, or to try und arrange ;to an oscnrt of charming Iri-h j ganses. by rhe cni'.-en were cn-j The bowling league is i joying tbe brilliant KUCIH: to the ut DEVELOP LARGE TIMBER AREAS IN RUSSIA teams, the I.H.C., the Boarding Price, cents. Taka no. substitute. e Ptigh School, with the form- None genuine without mjr Bijnaturs. W th er perhaps in the best position. Mar-! Ask your druggist tin still retains the individual highest- SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY average with Wade Ridpath a STOKES DRUG CO. THE Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little on an achin? curn, instiint- 3y that corn stops hurting, then sliort- ]y you lift it right off -with the fingers. Truly! Your druggist sells n tiny hotllc or Treezone1' for a few cents, aiiiricifjut to remove every hard corn, soft i.-urn. or corn between the toes, and tin1 Juaes, without soreness or irritation.-- Xlvertlaement. A Blemish the perfect appearance of her compkiion-Permincnt and temporary llcin troubles are unnatural color and corrtcti Send !5c. for Trial Ste ;FERD.T. HOPKINS Montnwl. March I Associated ssail, forniorly of the forestry j and now bead of thn Timber Op- i orators' and syndicate j bfjre, iiiformoil the Canadian As.sodat- j pfl Pre.js today that he bad negotiated I for large timber areas in Russia -which hoped to develop in the near t'ul- that a trade treaty has been jf'iVectiHl between the BriiiFn anrl !j-t Kovfrnmnntc, Gonnrnl Mac Don- '-.ill's firm has for time linen f-trryinp on extensive lutnbnring onfr- in tho naltii: tirovinrns. ;tn '-.npnly (ios: to tho 'railwav. work his firm liu--- nm- i iiloyintr about 1.000 men.-inr-lndinp; :t mni'JH-r of px-nionibcr? of the Csinml- fnri'-try rorps an ;Mipcrintpnflents. forty million foot of rod pine ali'fn'ly been cut. .MjicDouirrill, wiio vi.-ilr-.fl thn :t in Kcbrnjiry, Uio r-rjnntry iboiu.-j is in a forward of ;ig- ura! flevi'Ii.ptiK-mt ;iinl fitTors n for rii-rifiiltunil implcment-- tii'tirlCK cent-rally. EMBARGO COMMISSION rcZEMA L nient for Eczrma anil lions. It rcii'jvi-t ai mien and IHIV ally heals tint ckln. IHIV OlntDH-rit frpp II you innilion liiipcr nml aeiid 2c. siatup makes his appearance on Monday! night at the Colonial, pleasant mem-: orles win be revived. Miss Billifl Karl, "that entertain- ing girl" will he a bright feature ou the show with her pleasing sinking act. Toots and Wilson, character com- edians, will be seen in their original comedy novelty act. MichelBeo and in a clever rural comedy act will complete the bill. Atop the photoplay hV will be Con- stance Blnney, the dollghtful star" in j her greatest SUCCOKS. "The Stolen a six act comedy drama. With several good comedies and a fine or-1 chestral concert by tbe Colonial con-' cert orchestra, the whole show will; be bang up to tbe minute. Three shows daily will be given, j at 7 and 9. The same popular prices will prevail. "OPTSIOE THE LAW" AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT For the very last times tonight (Sat- urday) at the Colonial theatre the reigning melodramatic, sensation "Out- j side the haw" will bo shown. This attraction has broken all attendance records at the Colonial theatre this i week, the theatre having been filled to capacity every night during the showing. Priscilla nean and l.on COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT (Saturday) The Meludnun.ilic Sensation Outside the Law With Superb Symphony Orchestra. Two complete and il.30. MON. and TUES. "Hip'VaudeviBe The SCOTCH MACKS Late feature with THE 8 LANCASHIRE LADS. A real singing and (limiting act. MISS BILLIE EARL "That Entertaining Oirl." MICHELSEN and LEE Rural Cmiediaus. TEETS and WILSON Kccentrle Comedians. Special Feature Photoplay COMEDIES GALORE CONCERT ORCHESTRA Shows 7, and 3. Same Popular Prices. Alice Mack, with the Scotch Macks. lit tbe Colonial Vaudeville show Dn Monday and Tuesday. He is a Grand Old Man of Eighty-Two JAMtS HATTON PRAISES DOOD'S KIDNEY PILLS SCENE FROM "THE PALISER CASE.1' SHOWING AT THE KING'S, He Used Them Years Ago for Heart Trouble and Pain in the Back, and the Results Made Him Firm Friend of Dodd's Kidney Pills. Stc. Odin (In Whltton. Quc., Mnr. j I'rltind of Doilcl's Kiflnny Pills (jl'.long standing is Mr. Janifs ova of the Brand old men of this place. Mr. Hatton Is elKhty-hvn years of ape, huf. his mem- ory in ntni clouv anil lin how y.jnra ago he used Dnrtd'a Kid- ney Pills for Ills heart trmihls and violent pain In tlin back, and huw tia.1- i.-ilir.d u-iis tlin result. liad the irrip very had last vln-' t'.'r." Mr. Iluttoii odds, "niul Uodd's' Kidney I'lllB hroiighl, us IhroKgli all I riglit." i To nvoid tln> Uidnpys mnsl IIR In good M-orklnj! order. Th? I kirlneys tire liie scaviuiKers of the i lujdy. Their work is to strain all the I imimrlties out of Hie blood. II' tho Iddneys am V.TOIIE the Impurities, tlin! I BBorl.-i of reiniiln in the blood, I and nnrlmiK trouble in hound to follow. At the Kign of trouble try Dodd'e Kidney.Pills. Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kid- ney I'llla