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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAKCH 22, 101 <1 1 UlillllMil': D.MI.r ill'.rf.iU) PAGE FIVE "Spite Fence" to Shield Juror. From Feminine Fascinations NtW YORK, March Inch, and clwmlnfty attired young woman now to be-trifd s time gn a charge of attempted extortion, entered Justice Oavis' found that car- plank boards UH raillnfl or .witness tUnd, which at the trial vivacious and per- son had ylclble to the Jury, who laUr-had rvfuicd con- vict. "It's a spite smiled Mrs. kftch, the, came into court. Interest in opening proceed- ings In plainly were cec- ondary to the question of who ordered "the fence." At the form- er trlzi Chief Assistant Oistrfct Attorney Alfred J. Talley. who is th< caie, threatened to ask the Court to prevent the lady practising feminine arts of (aicinatlon on the jury, and is I'JS- pected of responsible. Jus- tice Vernon M. Davis, who Is pre- siding at the trill, itlj with a ifTiHe that he knew nothing about Et, while William J, Fallen, coun- tel for Mrs. Inch, exclaimed iron- ically: "I am surprised they dfd- n't build a box completely hiding Kn. Inch from the jury, and let her shout through the lop of It" Attendants slid carpenters ap- peared at the court room early this mofnlnrj, and announced they were to do Ihft work on the orders of ths Court. The had alieady made to measure, and when the carpenters got in- side it tooK thsm only a short time to complete work. They had flone when the court attend- ants put En an appearance. .C. PI ILFMil Amendment Offered by Switzer- land re Sovereignly Meets With Approval Conference of Oflirials Al PI! Montreal DcaU With 1'rao tical Problems I (Ion. The balance Is made up of fines aitil monthly payments levied upon low us, cities, provScccs and public in- iutlons. hcEt i'guros were made public to- day by the financial commis- sion on reparation. niU'SSELS, March Jip Uclgluni for requisition? ol cash rffeiJo hy the (ieroieus and other money aloue aggrogatei of which represent Gormaij marks, i" Belgiunj after iho rmlsUce aiid taken up by Iho-Wel- elan Bauiiuo_NaiIon3le. anil 000 by the from the 'Uanque; Rationale and the Socito Generale during the PARIS, March 22.--lii connection MONTREAL. Murtli li with the league cf nst-ons coimn lesion increasing HIQ frien'ily rclainns le- Eesslou lo consider the various amend- ;vreen Canadian Pacific Hallway oltl- ta to Ihe league's covenant vhicli acd employee-1, ha-e been proposed, tbe !ezt of iho unorganized, were ut ihe amendment proceed by the Swiss conference of Canails.Hi delegation ti the conference oi ntu- way officers hjeM the- irals was given out this Aborning. It UUi-OrKon, C. K. readf: "trade manager, in <-i' -This covenant not be Accounts wtre by me-iibers preU'J as containing jiiythiug of ihe uaeicrn ansl trary to the sovereignly o; states ex- the various employ ic-pt insofar as lhc.L sta'o Itself, by soclatlons, and reco: to the covenant, filial! cor.- :nadu viii c sent, and ihe covenant itself shall not crease the welfare interfere with Ihe internal affairs oE pany, any of Its meir.liers." While the amendment does TRIUMPH Those wlu. enjoy i-d Mr. Frank nan in the cfferints. "Morv Trjublo" uii'j "J.ns'ied have a and i1, dig .inrprirf in lor them, when [Key bi'iiold liifii in n" v.'Ji'ch will ha u'L uii'l Tuesday. ro'ti of Maihiua. iunkc-ciJtr uni inuJe famous by Lito Henry Irvitig. "More described as a farce, but on.; Kienan as :m ami eum- illug even a ni QEK-. It is a irai- ter-iierfjrrjiaucc ivas Fliovvn at (lie IttaUo Theatre, New and fctainped by the criik-s as one- of Hie greatest screen jiroductlons. f I Mr, Kcvuan portrays the workings uf a lort-jrc-d ECU I. relentlessly lashed jy conscience, wiili au artistic coni- that cannot be by any o'hcr character iicl'jr on the tluge toilay. JMclorlally ihe etory is with (he best, that screen technique ami the most skilTu) direc- Hun could give it. achieved au enviabie record in thi of "Tom it'a se- "Jluck aii'l Tom" and ".Hia Maj- 1 f ry (limber and oilier Para- i.uHint Road With SalHe" is a UP- li-rlnf'jl comedy drama, and will uu- prove to bo one ol ihe otophy Jilts of the season. they to UIKMV them loUmitely is Iznposslblo without seeing them hi in the cxcotlent hands to for IrapW- n there is brought out a human jqiialiiy ijL'iuihiely iLtipressive. Mr. Gil- I as OM has won another f triumph. His characterization has acclaimed as OIK- of the ho lia5 erer llonp- Hirf "THF RCTTPn -nr c- MONDAV On an-1 Tuesday nt-xt. Mar, niih Old ESDI go to make up the Jrtv- -1 and a( theatre, mortal Irio, bave achieved notabls "Thi' lititttr 'Oh-." the comedy wflh j in tliolr resyeclivc roles. Ta music by Ilruce nsirmfath- 1 tin- slaving Mr. Cotmrn havo tr and L'ajitain Arthur Cltot. with j furnlaheil unconvonUonat pet- I'aul Uihiicre in iho principal role, vll! tie The fame of lha liuniorous that are paid to furntsu ihy proper atmosphere and back-grouiift for the working out of the play. Tin; ere aroniij which the play is woven, j musical program is interpreted by a U world wide. The collection of car- sicginK chorus and augmented orches- toons in "Fragments from tra. Manager of the Majestic France" has serve-it to Acquaint the! states that this is one of tue best aU public with Olil Hill. Bert and Alf, but' tractions of the present season. lines of SITUATION IM EGYPT IS MOST CRITICAL LONDON, situ- ation in Egypt is becoming worse, and at the present time is dis- tinctly grave, a. Rcuter dispatch from Catro says. Gen, Allenby, the ccmrrander'in Palestine, will rec.ch Cairo Tuts.day, The large forces of troops already io arc facing reinforced. AT THE COLONIAL uiiil ai-1 The biK week end show attracted us were larjji.' to the theatre ;md in- Included on ihe program coin- whicli will be louight for th.; i last tinies Is the tig special altrac- Many interesting lion "A Woman'K Fool" with Harry not narle Ly Ihe nuiner-j-js Fpeakfrii KS Carey; lUe episode of the th6 Monroe Doctrino. it Is un- :p the beet uncthud.i of giving thu erful sorlal "Tbe J.ure of the derstood to apply to it. Some of the best possible service to Itic Btreamlnsly funny two reel Fatly .cussicn. Tilla mornfcif the Epiril of the Jlonroe Doctrine, Coercive MeEsurea PAWS, March an will he wim Bates to the conference oi ceatrals of tlie T-ie tiwak- ls devolea ooDiIdcrable time todny to flt ]lo b3n, uol itl are------------------ latest Selecl picture "Up tbe With Sallte." Constance the delegates ovrr Ihs .MMlreal lTi lo tho d s Mr Tavlni- Mr. Taj lor u.ujtviviauiu .nulu luutj at bamiuoi in evening are the of srlicles of tho leipue oxpectcil (o inciufie Ij0rd c: nations covenant, wlilcb provides u. w. BeaUle. I. G. Ogrlea. CrAnt Hail. BLUER TEA for coercive measures against a jj Macln'nes. 'A. D. Mat-Tor breaking relations with the leasuo Coleinan, Frank SJ. Mcre- vlthout submUtios Us grievances to KC. Occrjo Slum atid J Hie executive body of the league, j. Amenrtmenta wore prepared etiiiu3al- ______________ Ins thai farce might be used in care of iiccojilty, lhat it brought to bear after economic pressure had been insutticient and liiat sla'.es inisht decline to take. ivarMke steps. Lord liobert Cecil, GLADYS ATTREE'S CLASSICAL DANCERS AT COLONIAL WED. Of mere ordinary interest is the announreT.ent that the Cladys AL- trec Classical Dancers will iipiiear at who prepJdcd, rhe Colonial Theatre for one nigh'. said that if small states were allowed nnly< ncit to retrain from military action, the die capable dirrclioa oi Gladys By an overwhelming majority the people of Western Can- ada have decided that Blue Ribbon "Mountain Grown" Tea is the best Ask for it forces of other states would be given Atlree. a bevy of beautiful youne permlsElon to iiass over their lern- will be seen in an entirely new iicrieo of telpEichori'an novelties. A J'remier Venizclos. of Greece, de- (setting and norgcous dared incidenially dnriEB the discus- efiecti will enhance the sicn that purely defensive alliances rirctt.M jon anj H js sate 10 Fay that, would be allowed under tho league evening will prove lo ac an arils- of nations covenant. jic success. i The principle that armaments should be reduced to a minimum was recognized by Ilio conference. HERE IT IS G, Wj V. A. ORCHESTRA FIVE fjlECES PHONE 372 OPEN FOR DANCE ENGAGEMENTS Constance TaimBdge in "Up the Itoad. With her latest Select Picture, i at iho Colonial nextMonday anil Want Power Deal With Sys-L tern of Eiy- ing Strongly Opposes Aita, March F. Kwing West Edmonton, weH known barrister of.tbat. voiced a strong prqtcsl In the legiala-. lure today against the public utilities board of the province, withholding any decision 'until I coulii obtain ameniicd legislation of aracDiJnicnts Ho Ihc public utlliiies act b'y MacKay, minister of Health and (municipalities. The chief amendment, (jives the board power In deal with parcels of land of less than twenty' inside city limits in regard lo them from tho limits or; irearfjuslins the uasis of taxation and "Cerlain powers TTere vcsled In tfist ronimission the" jr.aid Mr. EsvEng, anrt their duty to perform them. To deny any appli- cant the right ho has under the lav; In the teller that the law will he chang- ed to most lho view of tlic comicisslc f is a denial of justice that not lo exist." Hon. Mr. MacKay said lliat Iho amendments had not been wholly or- ifitnatcd by the commission. One of- (born was aimed to "deal especially leglslntion which the city 1 gary v.-fls asking relation lo a On'n-planning sclienie nnrt a zone sys- cm of taxation of farm and residential property in the limits nf hat city! Tiie subject tiaJ liecn thor- oughly with Mr. Fonl, the Calgary city solkitor. nnd tho amenit- nfinta wcro drat tail lo fit in with Ihc ,'nlgary legisbtion. The .imcnflnieuta will bo discussed again on second reading. j Col. Kelson Also Objects Col. Nelson Spencer Midi- cine Hat, also roundly tn the houec Friday tho feature of lion. A. G. MacKay'a amcncjtncnta ty tho Public Utilities Act which givrs power to fix the nssesV menls upon parcels of lartfo .which arc directed to rcinfiin vUhln city limits after applications have thorn removed are refused, As the mfint Kleo gives the hoard power to deal willi parcels under twenty acres In clze, Mr. Sjicncer contended thai the amendment practically take tJie' power cf asscssntents out of Ihc lianrls of the municipal authorl-; tics. OUR MOTTO: GOOD MUSIC, AND LOTS OF IT. LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARGUERITE CLARK "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" ALSO "KICKED OUT" Luke Comedy and Other Features. MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHE PRESENTS FRANK KEEN AN "THE BELLS" Gir trving's Classic Success. "Wid" Says: "Not since Grif- fith's 'The Avenging Conscience' can I recall a play that gives the feel- Ing that this one does." LAST TIMES SATURDAY "A WOMAN'S FOOL" Fatty Arbvckls Comedy "Lure cf the Circus'1 HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ARRESTED FOR SPEEDING? COME TO THE COLONIAL THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY AND SEE HOW LOCAL BRANCH ALBERTA. MUSICAL HAVE ARRANGED A CONCERT TO BE HELD IN KNOX CHURCH On THURSDAY, Mch 27 AT 8.30 P.M. 3 Church Choirs, Large Festival Choir, 6 Soloists Fifty Cents. t ninilr.il iilny, "The Hnlter ivjUco w! .MajcsUc Theatre en Mordar and I Two cockneys were pass- a Dublin butcher's slion recently when. the owner slnmling at Ihe door, they derided on a liuigh at hts expense., "Well, old said ono of Ihein lo him, "nrCjrrHng to yoiir notice on the window you iinre cuts to suit all "AaJ sure, so 1 replied tho biilchcr. "Well, then sort of n cut canlyoa give mo for an cmply lid ira3 nskiji. "A cowl-J sliouldhor, of couras." THIRD LYCEUM ATTRACTION EH1 SEXTETTE OF CHICAGO. U, S. A. One of the most brilliant Ladies' musical organiza- .tions before the public well known throughout Western Canada. Program featuring both popular and classical selec- tions vocal and instrumental f AT KNOX CHIJRCH EwiiajL M'ch 25th at 8.30 p.m. 7Sr ft. anij flAworlh's Jewelry store, or may TJO obtalnid 'trqin any member 1 v, of iho Lyceum committee. CONSTANCE TALMADGE The Captivating Comedienne Around the Sttrn J.P.j In A Select Tbat Iho Name Implies. Rainstorms! She smiles Smallpoxl! through it and so will you. Laughs and thrills for Other Excellent paprika. Uiuil Prices, 25c and 10c. MAJESTIC NEXT SUNDAY EVENING AT P.M. SACRED CONCERT .BY THE Buckner's Famous Dixie Jubilee Singers DOORS OPEN SILVER COLLECTION NEXT TUBS. "MARCH 24 and 25 A FRAGMENT FROM FRANCE IN TWO EXPLOSIONS, SEVEN SPLINT- ERS AND A SHORT GAS ATTACK. iri6 A CpJMCpV WITH WUStC. Cjptjin Bruce and Captain Arthur Eliot (BtMtf Inimitable with PAUL Gil MORE AS OLD BILL Harry Radf ord ABen at Bert Horace Snchk at ALF f COMPANY I OF FIFTY I AND LARGE COMPANY OF NOTABLE PLAYERS. CHORUS OF SINGERS AND DANCERS. NOT A MOTION PICTURE JOYOUS LAUGHTER! CATCHY MUSIC! EIGHT SCENES OF REALISM Prices........... Sl.W, 75c, Sic SEATS ON SALE NOW MANAGER'S Is Indeed fortunate In getting a show in this It h positively the WfiBcst and best shell of the rrfsr.nl season. I'checrfnlljr recommend "ThS Uetler 'Ole 'tii LEN 8. BROWN, Manager, ;