Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKinnE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MAIU'.II at. I1IUI CUTDEADIOOBUIOFMCJ.il. FINANCES, THEN SETTLE UP WEST That is Hon. T. A. C'rerar's Solu-' (ion of Canada's Railway BIG WINDSOR ROBBERY Tana wixr-soit. Mar. 'rcss.) KaitMl My Let-. pi-i Larson and as e.s I'nu.-r in lilisinc.-.-.-: inid pei in [ouch t'M its .V'v v. ith sjicrial IM'i'd Vork it) Kdmc.ntun tun iivci jur.cunv fur is hied in this area up noon ctmdme.'MUOi! hv .ill ilu1 pi-oplo of iluv ________ problems NORTHERN SASKATCHEWAN (he Iinrden an.! Increases of taxation.' LAND OF GREAT WEALTH' runner I'i-r.vincml. liMer.il an-.l municipal. :tmi i who Tiif -inistii' need of economies in all RKCJ1NA. in a report jiui tlu- made public. A. tlaniiicr, be. bnuislit dmvu ;i ho made a .journey over Norilioni '_________ statement the nther (lny showiua a Saskatchewan of of STu.OilO.O'X) this year on om- fhas. A. Dunning, pmvincial Ireasar- v v but without a single i-mi-' or. with a view of the j siruciive suggestion as to how or' mtttiral reiuiiirce.-. says: pos-; our railways are finally to be. sibilitk's of immense uv.-yit i put on a proper business development in the northern purt of v v v v v v said Mr. t'renir. j Saskau'hr.-.van." lie? declares that tn rotnni to Hungary the fOitBriiiirit YOUR FAIR EARLY PASSAGE OK i THE FORONEY PILL WASHINGTON. Mar. I tdent Harding today te i Chairman Fcrdnry th.lt 'he house and means committee 1 out the aenatt Republicans i> to the fiaalblllly or e.irly pauaga of in tmarjeney tarld that would Uke care 'of farmers. The pro- possl was diicussed at Icneth. but it laid (he committee raport- ed no decision. It was ti'e Idea of the prtsldent. members said, to avoid an flinb.irao and to limit the bill to a very few In- cluding wheat and wool. Weil-Known Stage Now on the Screen i Roscoe' Arbucklc In Role of Slim i 1 Hoover In George Melford's j Prodticticn. (Inn1. UIM! aiv Imttt in bHttlit. Kcho ac- ipntri ,laoU upon his I'tHum. A nultibltt catfl Mr. Ar- hin-klc. tncltidiniE Tmn Konimn In the of Mubel Jullwinm Suott- ac Irvlnu Cimiminitii. JMI.O Ai-Uor, (lny Oliver, ami l.HtM-y. In udiiltinn to [iluyinR tin- hern's vole. Tom Forman also wrot'1 Uh1 Itioment. FINE VARIETY OF VAUDEVILLE COLONIAL TODAY AND TUES. AT THE EMPRESS NOW.. A plonsinj; coinbliuition ul" villf's heel vnrloty acts will be offer- oil ;il tho Colonial thoutru today and Tuusriay. Tlic Si-oti-h Macks will top the bill in thoir song uiul dunce rovuw. Miss lllllio I-IHI-I. duluty cometl- i.Mino. will prctjent her origluul sing- in K a one Hint has been fuvorubly I'pcoivnd all OVPI" tho cirouil. Miiriu'lseii and Leo. A team of eo- ronli'H- In their clover comedy act will bt> sure to t'liriiish ;t of Uuiyhs. Toets and .another duo of t'ouH'iHana will cuniplefs tho show with tlu'ii1 comedy Constunco Hinncy. in "The Stolen a iik'HsIng photoplay feuturo, .several aood comodies will round out the bill. where mi nxhlbitlon IK given known as ii 'jump.' The pcrformui1 wln> iTMls on bin buck nod with his doos 4 uiul iK'rob-ilK who jiiKitlu eii-h other on tliwtr ilu a 'HigU-y.' Tho In- horern uronnd a eirciiH are culled UDd the rinK-nintJter is the 'Mt A (milk u "keosiei'.' I'ood is 'chiH-U.' and (1m boy who soils pcipconi and leniotiHiIe it; u''luiUitior.' Inttm.ite Kcunos of circus life, both under tho "Iiis top" au'd In thw livhiR qtiarlers, are nlunva in "Kins of (lircns." to be soon at tlus Colonial theatre, surtinj; Friday and Satur- day tills j The famous western nu'.loilraiua, j Jj''The Round hii? reached tho! I screen and will be shown at the ll-lmpress theatro for four days; com- Ii your is moro notable for its, ]Iy arrange. CIRCUS LANGUAGE Mr. Crerar denied tlif ih.tl farmers -'.vert- narrow minded. "Th-.- western farmers WLTO. tho old jiofitical .Mr. 'mu'. m'V I throughout the eonntiy. Tho story various parts of Ireland iaclude'Uw bc iin but he is llrnmul thft ,ove .Tuck Pay. following: ;a the for Pt-ho AliVn. tho ranch In county ono l .HTOIO n m. ,or... tugiiged to policenijtn shot dead; in Greenoro. j The ritiiil sort of virtually :ni who falls into misadvon- couaty one policeman wound- of tin- year's proKretiS in tiio i tures at the hands nf a band of ed. was a civilian arcompi'iuim; itl vvhioh U is. held. Us real Apaches led by hatf-iu-ecd Buck Mo him; in Uochestown. ootmty juirpos-j is to .see what others are Kee. In HickVi ubsence. Echo fulls d> policenuMi wounded; in All the raided fi-niure-i jn 4Vith Jack P.iysnn and inay-i -ir i county Tipporary. one policuuuui shot j are :l5 nuin-v "rtiiifirtl ries ninit boUoving Dluk dead. CM j dead. J UK'iitd. srow to aut-li pro-; uf tho wedding Hick portions as to dwarf or coneeui tlu-jat uw Allen rtirich. When he learns i actual purpose, tht-u ilio fair ha.s uiarriay-p, he- iliniippuars into nl nt fniKiio.'i us .such aad has be-1 de-tort. sc-Tid.s Jack after -urneiliini; ciuiri.'ly. j him ;o prove, she, lias m.t broken faith. [i-porit- fr.iin various pyns of the j Tof.'e'.her thpy light iatun-ry indieaio u tDndn-icy to sot rescued in the uick of. rid of evils that have to fairs, ilnt :t ini oil invariably liiul to take mat-' 1 -into their own liiinds. Since their products furui-sli the oniy excuse for I ;i uii: iiicy t.j have Hie. control- j lint; voice In nvard to tho kind it I be.. KOI fanner speak out and Iiis fair shall truly1 of his farm and its j Country Goatlenian. j Every trade and profession has Its own technical terms and slant; phrases, und none is more colorful than the idioms used by circus folks. Eddie Polo, starring in the Univer- sal serial, "Kins of the was in a reminiscent mood the other day and told about his early days, when he toured through Europe with a dozen different shows, and later when he appeared with the Barnnm show throughout America. In the conver- sation lie mentioned a of the ex- pressions and superstitions 'that are current on tho circus, lot.- "Circus folks never refer to canvas as tents. The tent iu which the main show is given is the 'big top'; the side show is the 'kid and the menag- erie is tho 'animal top.' The town "THE PALISER CASE" A POWERFUL MELODRAMA Pictutrization of Novel by Edgar Salt- us Pauline Frederick as Singer A novel IJUo Pali SIT CUBO" (Uu'Kn't rumtiin unscreened for any length of tlinP. And as noon us it was published, the ijoldwyn company sueeiHtded In acq.nirinj; tbo screen rights dramatic, and powerful melodrama. It is now ready for pre- sentation ut the Kings theatre., with Paulina Frederick in tins role of an impoverished singer wbo marries an old roue, Monty PtUlser, to secure medical aid and physical comfort for her invalid father. The adaption was made by Edfrid A. ninglmm, and Wil- liam Parkt! dlreclod the production. "The Paliaer Case" is frankly a melodrama. The actions of the char- act em. I hoy revt'Hl tltw uiul >.vnotlons by .whlrU (buy Mtecr ihfllr wuy thronxh hrouKbt tit Uii! nc roc n in all their prottlncHs cnifUy or their KHimroKlty. (.iood battluw wjlu evil and is loin- ponu'ily defeated; but. us mo often oni'UTK iu iH'al life, evirtually trt- iminhx. Tim hrroitiH c.Mrol'ully tbo Joys iind the sorrows that lii'rt boldK in store tor hor; bbo in torn bo tweou the chance ul' 'iiKirrylny u wuulthy rnttcr and I UK hor invalid t'aUior woll cared for and tlui torment of remaining sfnglo and impoverished, whilo really be- coiiuis tho husband of another. wnuUI choosci as (.'ussy d'aulino I did, and marry the rich roue. lUit not many would act as slic did whew shi! discovered that her mar- riage was a fraud, and .that she had been tricki'il by a fiike wadding into living with a imm whom she detested. StarU At The i COLONIAL i Fri. Sat. Week j TJ11KSTI-; Marcli 'M Italy T. eim.il yesturdav colrM-.-.t- 1 lheil Mnn.M annexation with i.i-- of tf; HI- iTiriiinVrru n tli.' -.vhulr n ..M Tin- fo'.-'n-i- VL-steal'iv defeat reciprocity in my opinion, mo'ruing wiili the 'firing of Uiree voi- was the stronger single tat-tor in fore- fl.OI11 Uu, shon, ing the farmers into ihe political be said. _ _ _ CAMPAIGN AGAINST SOVIET PEKIX, March ra- Tiorts from Harbin state that General yrernberg. lender ot ii' force. ofr.Rus-, riian revolutionaries and .is advancing .toward the Lalto Baikal i La., Mar. region, Bviiiently intent on cutting uit i'u of of tiie Mexican the Russian soviet forces at Chita. tin: death of Tnicinan. wife of 1 I'rnit rnul Ste.fiiii -hip company. The Chinese government has inform- G. -H. TrUfimitn.. represeu- i Orlc'.ins. sunk Sunday off Car- erl various Iftgrxtious of ihe discovery I'taiJve-'of the Stfatfoi'd Y..M.C.A. Idemis. (.'uba.'accrn'ding io ifdvices ro- of concrete evidence .of sup-j, Davis here, dillcerfi and crow mini- poit both financial ami of -March _'l as the date for General Stoniberg. thc-cohference over the (Us- j STEAMER SINKS f i.I h-ire. Oili -ft were W. E. Johnson I-Iwan, Sault .Ste. .Alarie, an j -W-II-P senteiieed to Bur-! '.viisii on a cljarKe of- illegally collect-' "rrh" I-omim, "Fruit Crowera' AflsoJ New Ambassador to Great Britain t tunti u ui 1 f-i Moil to speak at ih Ai mm ull 'n-tilt thun in ;'niUs. -hospiul- has insialleii an machine, Hy inn txjiltision 01 u dynamito cap; v.-itli which lie playin-j, Alex .Bellav.illp.. vyara olii finders ott his lofi'luiml and one, off hlH'.r.igJU. a needle ha.s been pulled witfi .from tho leg of a uii-i, wiio Hwalluwod i! i Hgfr i At the book pound, Kton Collt-V-. iusi. week, :i liicicriminating buyer r i ciuihtd for authentic copy i first of Mlltun's "Pariiditi- I Suloinoii of has', niffd tliat. .sinf; litjuor iu Uie United States has now no legal .status, it can jjt- no crim'p..to it. Samiiol Oorman, a man baby's' teeth, died recently at Ifmr-or, Aio'nt. had not loHt'his lueth. bur t f hud a rjouble row of incisors. (InnrKi? has been Prosiih-ni. Hnnlinj( to at; ay Stnto.; tu To Be Troubled I With Constipation The Cause of Many Ills IT yon do not feel vtrll and .mj your family physician, one of things lie will nin cvpu feinporary relict'. Ono (hiy my UIK induced mo to try MiDnirn's (jivor TiM.H, ,-infI even brought, uu; a i via I. 1 tried I. ho in failit. but. I BUOH loisinl they do- ing mo and us in.-.' tin: l nnd vial I was of my tnm- i Mil burn's I'ilN are. I'.'ic i vial ;it all or mailed dirrrt wn receipt of by Tim T. Mil- hum c.o.t Ltinitial, Toron'o. A GoldwyiTPictursfi' COLONIAL TODAY AND TUES. "Hip" Vaudeville The SCOTCH MACKS Late feature with THE S LANCASHIRE LADS. A real singing and (lancing act. MISS BILLIE EARL "That Entertaining Girl." M1CHELSEN and LEE Rural Comedians. TEETS and.WILSON Eccentric Comedians. Special Feature Photoplay CONSTANCE BINNEY "THE STOLEN KISS" It's n delightful six-act r.omedy drama. COMEDIES GALORE CONCERT ORCHESTRA 3 Shows and 9. Same Popular Prices. DIE POLO KING OF THE CIRCUS GCBGEOUS SEOUL aSKSADOH riJLO, Me vtlliaK AtlUU tltat MfL Ten tMt nf TMr Today, Tucs. and Wed. Cold wy n Pr n t B PAUL I N E FREDERICK PALISER CASE The most powerful melodrama ever iirosented. Who Killed Monty Paliier? ADDED ATTRACTION HAROLD LLOYD "ASK FATHER' A sereamJlf single reel comedy. Eddie Pol "Kiim i t ie the Ct lull the big -serial, j vliich starts at and Huturday thi.-j SCENE FROM "THE STARTING TODAY. AT THE KING'S, Had An Annoying Hacking Cough Got No Rest At Night Had. ias very %v ear ins on th.-> The constant cougb- iiiE ('istnrb.; tin- and keeps the Innyfi find brou.-hixl tubfiB in sncb ;n: liTRjiled :uu( inilunied condition, llu-.' I nnif-i-s yot: imnuidiate relief the; may hr.-ninc nettled and serious i Inny trouble cnsni1. There is no better remedy than Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup i'oi relievyic- all kiudf- of coughg or colds, c.ombinfns as ii. does the Inng liealins; of (lie pine tree witli which is combined wild clieriT and thp ,ind healing expectorant propm-tios of other excellent herbs i und harks. I Mrs, K. Itoss, Pcnhold. Altn., ''About throo years I cfiTinht a vf-ry had cold, ucrompiuileil vllh a fttw thrnjit and hoarKniionn. 1 was BO ynti ooiih! not hear HppJik. I '-oiiifi no rent at "iRlit the tt-rriblf- annoying. liacUins couffh. f t nod Kcvoral remedies, hut I they did nni no I Hnally Dr. Norway Pine Syrup ail- ivcrfisi'd I it 'bottle. H at own Isavf: me relief. ;jjnl after tiaing four j :ir them my hud all gnnn. IS'n'.v I fllwiiys it in the house1." "Dr. Wc.nrjy [mi in .1 yellow wrapper: Ilinic trftes thn Lnida mark. TM- and fiftc a bottle. Manufactured oiily'lhy Tho T. Mil-, bum. f'n., Tni-iiMto, EUPRESS-Four Days Starting Today lOc and 40c; Evening, 15c and 5Qc. Looming as big as the West! "Fatty" Arbucklc in "The Round Up." The story universally known SB the greatest western stage success ever enjoyed by Americans and Canadians. W-tH Its struggle of sav- age an.-J romance gold; grit of the pion- eer; loyalty, deviltry, dar- ing, love. Now for the first time filmed 'mid tht valleys and crags of the everlast- ing ranges. In the world-famous role of the rotund Sheriff "Slim" Hoover, "Fatty" Arbuckfe comes to mil- lions of friends in his first big feature drama. Supported by Jane Acker, Wallace Beery, Mabel Jul- ienne Scott, Irving Com- mings, Tom Forman and Guy Oliver, With hundreds of troop- ers, cowboys and Indians in seven smashing rceh of laughter, thrill and ex- citement. From the Play by EDMUND PAY JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS A GEORGE MELFORD PRODUCTION ROSCOE (PATH) ARBUCKLE IN 'The Round Up9 A WESTERN THRILLER. TOPICS OF, THE DAY, AND PURELY CANADIAN SCENIC.