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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920 THE LETHBR1DGE DAITA' HERALD PAGE. FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS UTI Must Not Put Men in Jail For Upholding Their Rights WINNIPEG, March The local fash markets wore vary dull today, the offerlugs bc.lng light for all coirso grains. accompanied by an Indifferent Uomand. Oats spreads' unchanged to l-2c low- er; ail ot.her spreads reported un- changed. Trading !ii the future markets .was light all prices fairly steady, She. exception o( .barley. Oats dosed 3-4c higher for and July lu up; barloy closed 2c lower for July l-2c down; flax closed IB dov.n for May with July 1 l-2s; let- ter, and ryo closed 2 3-4c up for May. OATS Jlay July Wcy July Quotations: Opon. S4% 1C2 153 S64 539 Close. 160 155 55 S Claim of Defense Counsel in Dec-k Again hilv Jlay.......-..'.___ '19 Cas'n Prices No. 2 C.W...101H Xo. 3 C.W... 07% Extra No. 1 feed 1 feed.. S05i No. 2 feed. Truck------..................100 S OAV...173 Fend ..140 FLAX- NO. .1 N. W. C. No. 2 C.W...538 Tr.-icV ___.... Hyor- Ko." 2'C. W. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, March Livestock hundred jind eisty-onc cattle and 167 hogs were unloaded at the stockyards yesterday nnd today. All the hogs wero No. 4 O.W...15SV. Track......ICO ..............55C No. 3 C.W...J98 ............----S5S ..........___193 IViNXlE-EW, (March Cana- dian that country had uot yet reached tho slage where men could be put in jail for attempting to correct abuses and up- hold their rights, E. J. -McMuiray, de- fense counsel, continued his address to tho jury this morning at the strike leaders' trial.' Ho declared thatjthe Jury alone' stood between the accused and a reactionary element which is at- tempting to crush them and the rights ol labor. Dismissal and reinstatement ot con- stables who are in charge ot tho strike trial Jury resulted today from a complaint by It. 'A- Ilonnar, K.G., counsel for the defense, that they had been lai in their duty and had al- lowed possible ouUido communication with (ho jury. Boiinar asked that an investiga- tion he made into tho way in which the two constables iu charge ot the jury and constables in charge of the court had conducted their duty.. Mr. Justice Metcalfo refused the request but dismissed tho two con- stables who had charge of tho jury. Statements by defense counsel to the effect that they did not believe anything wrong had heeit done, or that the jury had been influenced, led to tho reinstatement of the two con- stables who were, however, severely reprimanded hy Mr. Justice !Metcalfe anil ordered to be more strict with gard to the isolation of the jury. William IvenB, who went homo Sat- urday sick, was afeain present in the court. Mr. McMurray concluded his ad dress at 12.55, and Sir. Ivens on Thursday evening In honor of Mae Hood, a jolly Urns was had and Gladys presented Mae with a pretty finger ring as a token of her friendship. Mrs. Ira. Fletcher was surprised by a number ot lady friends on 'Friday afternoon. On Thursday and Friday, March llth and 12th, Magrath 'streets -were minaturo rivers, some, streets were covered with water for two or three running Sunday blocks 'others had streams some places a foot deep. brought an extreme change, a real blizzard raged all day and night, leav- ing a few Inches of frcjh snow, now have galore. Everyone CHECK-OFF ORDER IN FOUR MORE MINES The check-off system was es- v tabllehed today in four mines in Alberta. The mines are Can- more, Colemau, Hillcrest aud McGllllvray.. This rueaui that the tsr at tho mines will forward the union dues of the miners to tho head offices of the U. M. W. of A. Sylvia Ashton, John P. I i "i u> a Charles French and Robert McKlui. MS 10 UP Won't Be Forwarded fo Soviet Government of Itussia For a Week Yet lated Press) A week or more may' elapse before Poland's terms oE peace roc anxiously wailing for the goiid old summer days, with six months of win- ter, warm days will he welcome. Is tho proud possessor of new business house, the Taylor Hardware, just opened. Everything Is new and clean and their .motto is service, satisfaction, quality guaran- teed or money refunded. Mrs. Amos Peterson and sons Claude and Clarence of Woolford, also Miss Dora Leonard, aro spending a fciv days visiting In Magrath. Situation In Germany HEIlLrlN, .March in Germany were "described by the min-' ibVIormrinfeht boTnterpreie'd Dog's by Kindness Saves Girl's Life on Alaskan Barrens Screen Version of Famouj Curwood Animal Story Is Great Novelty in Entertainment. i..v- ureniwoiM omy to insulted bv a masher'and Company a special attraction. then half-d to the Night Court on hlV The latest Pathe Kuvlew. and au trumped up charge. toniaay, entitled "struck There her fortunes chauge for tho bettor. A novelist, seekiiig a "type" for tlie heroine of his new novel, takes bur .nomo and studies her. Their TilcJidship, which is at first casual lu- teivst on his part, although It Is ab- The devotion of a dog (o those who treat It kindly and its hatred of those who attempt to master it through cruelty. Is grippingly shown In "Hack to Cod's the screen version of James Oliver Cur- famous magazine story. t'Wapi, the and which will bo seen at Iho Empress Theatre. Wapl Takes Hope Wapl. tho killer, is a great Dane Jot', mistreated and brutalized oy tho inhumanity of his owners, who live in the Arctic regions. The dog Is a descendant ot a generation which knew both kindness and cnieltv. Un- 111 it is brought into contact" with WAHSAW, March ASEOC-] Dolores IxUeau, Ihe animal has never da friend. Her kindness is rccip- ocated by ther dog, .who makes a au- prcmo effort to fight for her when her life and'that of her helpless husband. Orchestra offerlug' nnothev. fine orchestral accompaniment to whole show, j Mauaxer Leu Broivu gives this i sbov nls persona! as. be- jeit devotiou on hers, ripens lug Uwhest of the year Three shovel VHlty romance, which Is said to be da.ij will be gkeu, at 230, 1 and a j unfolded with many surprising twists Ji.ni. A sptcia school children's captivating.incidents. Ineo will be given on Tuesday after-1______ noou at 4 o'clock. NAZIMOVA TO APPEAR IN ROLE OF "THE BRAT" are sent by wireless to the Bolrhevik government in Moscow. The prin- cipal points of the terms have been laid beforo Premiers Lloyd George imd of Great Britain and France, respectively, aud conferences between Polish delegates and repre- sentatives ot the Baltic states ore continuing hero. Poland demands Ih? right to suiier- vise the destiny of provinces s'.'.iiated west o! her eustern frontier as it Blood US years ago and asks that the future status of- these provinces be determined by the people themselves. j It bad been suggested that this sec- is at stake. A large percentage of tho scenes of this production were taken farther norUitlinii ever in motion pic- Great Screen Production of Maude Fulton's Stage Success Promised At the Colonial Theatre The supreme Nazliuova Ju est production, "The has been 1 'boohed as the attraction at the Colon-1 lal Thcalro starling Wednesday noxUI r.nd tha management promises a rare treat lo Its patrons. "The Brat" is I COLONIAL Tonight Tuesday Three 7 and 9 N'azlmova'K own Maude Fulton's stage play. She screen version of] highly sur.ceRsful i _ ccllabomtcd with 11 Charles Bryant in the adaptation o-t; the drairtutic vehicle, whidh was made Into scenario form by Juno Metro Pictures Corporalkm Is the elusive dlstilhutor of tlifis'new Nazi- mcr.-a production, which Is "presented A. HowJaud, and Maxwell- Karger. ture history. Camera men wcro forc-j In "The Brat" Xazlmova Is to he! ed to keep their macblno in motion whether they were filming a scene or not in'order to prevent iho emulsion in the film from freezing. Ister oE defense this mcrums as ex-J trenvQly serious. "You can not paint the situation throughout Germany loo fin of. through billing. The market was slow nouncei that lie will be able to con- but any good stuff brought fair prices.! his address to the jury follow- an- flcial at the ministry declared to the cows -.510.15 to fll.75; good butchers 5S.OJ to ?8.75; good veal calves SI0.75. No bogs OR sale. j FBRMIOW afces' and-both alike, 1ml in all caaea tho treat- went should be directed to remove the for the cause-removed the liendaches vanish lor all time, What IB'necessary for a permanent euro' is something that will RO right to iho Beat.of the trouble. rW Uiia jjiirpo.se it impossible to find a. liet- icr rameriy for hcnilnches of all i'e- Fcnptfon lhau Blood Hitters, acf..ng ns it does on every organ of tho borty to Ktreuglhcn, purify and regulate tlio whole system. rio-ra iJ., have hcen troubled vitli nick hendaches for the last ten years. had loEl faith In nil remedies until yccriilly a friend ot inino advised me lo try Murdoch'Blood Bitters. This ,1 found relief in a very short time. 1 would now recommend B. U. U. to. anyone v.-ho Li as I ilitl. 1 only look 2 bottles, 'and survor li-oiibler! sick headaches any more." JJ. B. 1J. hag been on the market for over -10 years. Manufactured only by T. Milburn Co., Mmiled, Toronto Relref'Society Had 8ath Birth- Deluged By Floods -While oscsssivj tliinncss night be to various and subtle cana in differwu itidlrldmls, it is a well fact Iliat tho lack of phoapaor ouy hi hnninn systftin is ver; Iftrgely rcaponsiblG for this condition Jf secnis to bo well established thti tlils deficiency In, phosphorous- ma> JIO-.T met by iho tisc of Bitro-Phos M'Uicli can be obtained from an> guoit dntgfrisl In convenient table form, In many ins'ances Ilio assimil or' I': in by llio'norvo tissue uroiluoes a v.-Rtcome change Ti'trv's t'.lsappears, vigor and weakness and lack of ng commencement of tho after ioon. session. (From (lor Own Coirosponilptit) MAfiRATH, March WcUnes-fin tnc suburbs, where disorders correspondent after a survey oE the reports that had come in during Iho night. The situation in Berlin itself was characterized as "had." In one case a company of volunteers Jiatl been overpowered, by Spartacan forces, its officers killed bodies muti- lated. Tho sqnlliern and easfern parts of Germany arc reported quiet. To the north ot the Spree, in the Berlin district, the outr.osls of the regulars have been withdrawn, leaving detachments to guard the stockyards and railway station. The marine brigade and the I3aKic troops, which occupied Berlin 'during the Kapii regime, have been cleared out from Charlottenbnrg and have joined the other military units at the Doerhritz camp they are fight- ing. These troops, it was stated, will be counted as the chief protectors of Berlin. Neuokoelln and Tempejhof, the workingmen's residence quarters oc- day, March 17th the Magra'.U Relief j currcd Saturday, have besri tiuioted Society celebrated in great style, tho activities. Bolshevism in Ruhr Area STUTTGART, March Ruhr district Is aflame with Bolshevism, ac- cording to official reports. Esson has been taken .by a Rod Army and Gen. von Walter's local troops aro awaiting reinforcements. Thuringia is said now to be under control of (he government troops. Thousands Killed at Kiel ISth anniversary of their organiza- tion. VAt 4 p.m. a large crowd Bad as-j sembled to hear'the splendid program which was carried out as Ringing "Qur Mountain Hame." prayer >y O.'A. singing "Providence Over organization of Relief Society and their work'' by Annie 3fbb; solo, "O Dry Those by Mrs. D. TVatson; poem, Mrs. B. Ben- nlon; piano selection, "Hearts and Mra. J. A. Rlrie; ladies' quartette, "Pussy's-In the Mrs. as concealing imperialistic alms. "THE END OF THE ROAD'' TOnONTO, -March End of tho the picture that will be used for educational purposes through- out the Dominion tho ndwly-organ- izctl Canadian National Council for combatting venereal diseases, was put on the screen at a local theatre yes- terday when a large number of promi- nent men and women of Toronto were 'GREATEST VAUDEVJLtE 'i SHOW OF THE SEASON AT COLONIAL TONIGHT What will assuredly prove to be the greatest, vaudeville bill of Iho season will ba offered at tho Colonial theatre tonight and Tuesday, when four of the classiest acts ever seen here will.inako up tho bill. The Mysterious Myslos, exponents of mental telegraphy, though trans- mission and modern scientific phen- omena will present their baffling dem- onstrations. They are described as "a man with wonderful hands, aud a and It Is woman with a powerful .such they surety prove to be. present. The need of organized seldom that an exhibition of this kind COBbBXZ, March Assoc- iated reports received here are to the effect that Ira Fletcher, Mrs.-MaiT Fletcher, Mrs. ono thousand peraons kill- I-IaroM Wood aud Mrs! Hale; at Kiel. H is sahl the situation 'In the TJ3ual Mrs. A. Kriggs; solo, Mrs. Babcbclt; read- ing "Going Mrs. J. II. Tur- ner; Saxaphone duet, A. J. -Mercer anil C.' Howes, accompanied on piano Mrs. Alston; solo, "Faithful as tlie stars Mrs. Hale; reading, Geo- Gurncy; mired quartette, ol Descending Night." Mrs. "Star Mary t-Ticrc is grave. and the, whole body atul abrupt loses W, 'be- u.ciy h< coining enveloped in a. glow of perfect health and hiianty and tlie will and htroiifrib to he up and doing. IJilro-l'hosphnlo Is for the relict of tier- gonoriTl dolibity, etc., thoso taking it wim rlo ;iot ileslre to put should use nxtni rare lii fal'jii'otlKClBig FROM THE CHORUS TO THE NIGHT COURT From the court to a home j of bolng a nnme- Ics? waif lo foetomo the wife of j a CiTebrntecl author. ROMANCE with A CAPITAL "R" pervades tho wonderful story of "THE a of Maude I Fuftcn's grot stage with NAZfMOVA, THE AMA2IMO, the central rait. Sec It at the Colonial Theatre starting Wed- Fletcher, Mrs. Gibb, J. O.1 nnd J. II. Bridge; solo, "When Irish Kyes Are Smiling" and Toslie-'s "Goodbye" by Byron Tanner; singing "Eion Pros- prayer1 by Bishop Harker. After this a delicious .lunch was seived, then'a social handshake and get ncquainled period. At 7.30 the hall was crowded and a real lire fare comedy entitled "Freezing His Moth- kept everyone In a roar of laugMer. The piny, under direction of Mr. and Mrs. B. Bennlon was laugh from Btarl. to finish. Mrs. lj. 8. Taylor In the leading role; the Moth cr-in-law; J. A. Ririo as the hen-peck cd husband; Inez Bennett as the' daughter; Ell Harker, tha best man, and A. J. Mercer as the nephew, all did well anil proo'ticeri no doubt the best comedy ever seen In Macralh. Dancing was- afterwards Indulged In which ended the perfect day. The hall wns nrllstlcnlly decorated with emblems of Ireland, also Relief Society banners. Long Jim, our well known Chinese friend and restaurant man. for a long time a resident of Magralh. surprised us all last week when he rntiirnca to Mngrath, after a short visit to Van- couver with a young bride. Mr. nml Mrs. Long Jim will reside In Magralh. They aro receiving the best wishes of nil their friends here. Mrs, 11. Hood and daughter Mao Her. H. W. .Avison, of Well and Out. baa been nslicn io become pastor of Metropolitan Methodist Church, Rcgina: Hev. W. T. C. Urown. B.A., U.D., of Syndenliam street Methodist church, Kingston, 'has been asked to become pastor of Dominion chuvch, Ottawa. Fire broke out in the Monarch knitting factory iu Sty Thomas, and n serious blaze was averted by the prompt action ol the firemen. Five men who are seeking village and township offices in Onstcad, j 1 forts in tha fight against social dis- eases In this country was emphasized hy Dr. Gortlon. Bates, general secre- tary, of the council, .in an address lo the gathering. "The Kud of the Hoad" is a plain-spoken drama. Mr. Justice Hidden is president of the council. Grants have been mads hy Iho Dominion ajid pro- vincial governments lo carry on this work. Clinics .will ho established at n number o! points iu Canada and edu- cational propaganda is to he.nuder- taken on a.large scale. "FUSS AND FEATHERS" WITH ENID BENNETT ROMANTIC PICTURE The romance of the fining camps still exerts a powerful sway upon the hearts and minds of old and young alike. There ia something alluring about the search for wealth hidden from the view of men, but which when found, often proves the moral and phy- sical ruin of the fluder.. This was not j the case however, vrila Susie Bald- an uncouth girl o" Statreout Canip, after her father had struck itj fabulously rich. j What happened to Susie Is fold in] thrilling style in "Fuss and Knid Bennett's new Thomas II. ince- J'nramount vehicle which will be shown at.Slarland tonight and tomor- row'. She went to Snn Francisco with her' father to sell their mine to the president of a mining corporation and, tho doors of romance are opened wide to her. I low she was snuhbed hy the wife .of the wealthy mining man and how she resented thfc treat- ment, ultimately to find love, happi- ness and contentment, is told in a series of unusually interesting scenes. The supporting players Include sov- eral of the best known men and worn- is seen, aid It is safo to say they will set all Lethbridgo taking before Tups- day night. Jeanette, "the dancing saxauhone girl" will offer her neat musical act. In which shn displays her ability as a musician and dancer. She has pleasing personality, wears some beau- tiful costumes and offers an exlensire repertoire of songs, saxaphonc solos, and dancing numbers. Haley and Trebor, in "up-to-lhc-min- ute songs and stories" will big hit on tho show, and on the sheer merit of their performance may be relied upon to furnish fifteen minutes of real entertainment. The Four Chas., Edna and oftcr -their sensatlona.l acrobatic act, of the fastest of Its' kind in today's vaude- ville. This Is the higgest acrobatic set yet seen locally over the "Hip" Clcnlt, and shouicj score heavily here. Tho photoplay hill will be topped hy the magnificent special fealure' en- titled "Belter a big, happy seen for (he first 'time in her screen i or slag6 career as an American girl.'j Her great fame hitherto 1ms been derived from her impersonation of. foreign types. It will bo recalled she was an Eurasian, or half-Chinese girl j in her last big feature, "The Red Lan- and In otller screen vehicle's has been Parisian, gypsy and Bedortln. As star and tfraiiEiUst, she is coming in "Tho- Ural." The story has lo do with the vicissitudes and final triumph of a name- less waif on tho turbulent sea of life u a big city. She loses her "job" In the chorus because she is too shabby in "make a Dejected and SHE SAID AND THE BISHOP CHUCKLED For she was the most unusual I girl he had ever seen. LAUGH HER, CRY WITH HER and SYMPATHIZE WITH HER. 1 See the most human drama ever screened. It's "THE with the superb-NAZIMOVA as the star, at the Colonial Thoa- tre starting Wednesday, this I week. SOCIETY SAT IN THE FRONT ROW With lorgnettes levelled at the nameless girl who dinccd In the desperation of despair. IT WAS HER GREAT CHANCE.AND SHE FAILED. What happened next? What was her way out? If you want to know, see the superb NAZIMOVA in "THE latest and greatest screen vehicle, at the Colonial Theatre starting Wednesday, this week. Tonloht %nd Tomorrow Enid Bennett "FUSS AND FEATHERS" ALSO PEARL WHITE "THE BLACK SECRET" An Adaplatiou ot Robert W. CLambers' Novel "In and "IT'S A HARD LIFE" Rolin Comedy Mich., this spring, will have- their wives as opposing candidates. tax throughout the U.S. purpnsa fo form a new national parly. Tax on land values only will bo tho platform framework'. EMPRESS NOW PLAYING Cutk-uva Soap The Velvet Touch For the Skin and son Wilson, leave this week (or an extended visit lo relatives In Scotland. Mrs. Hootl Is KOlnR on no. count o( 111 health. .Miss iVno has Ijeen the honored at a number' of social functions the past week. Mlaa Alston entertained In. her lionor, ft pleasant linio was spent! and refreshments nerved, however, the good things were limited on ac- count of "hoodlums" who helped them- selves first, through the window. Mrs. Henlhershaw 'also entertained In honor of Miss Hood, games and music were Ihc order of llirr evening. Mlsg Gladys Dradshaw enlcrlaluctl "ALL RIGHT JUDGE, GIVE ME THIRTY So said the girl when ehe fa ed a trumped up chnrnc in the Night Court. SHE WAfiTED TO GO TO JAIL. Would you like to know why? tho supreme NAZIMOVA BRAT" at I the Colonial Thiatre slartinfl j Wednesday, It's a screen, vers- ion of Maude Fulton's (jreat I stage pl.iy. NEVER A FILM LIKE THIS A CALGARY FILM PHOTO FLAY An Absolute Unique! Different' The slory of Dolores, the swimming girl ot tho Canadian wilds nnd liow tier love and sympathy for animals won love ot "Wnpl, tho Iho gTcat fighting dec ot the trails. 16 KINDS OF ANIMAL ACTORS In tlieir natural.hahlut play llioir parts in ?.ck To God's Country-' adapted from the story "U'api, Ihc hy James Oliver Curwood Special Augmented Orchestra. 40c Children 4 Acts Greatest Show of the Season I Special Headline Attraction "The Mysterious Mystos" Marvellous Exponents of Modern Mental Telepathy. Occult Science. Thought. Transmission arid Scientific Phenomena. A hafllfug dem- oustration. firing along your questions. The Joyous Couple HARRY HALEY and GRACE TREBOR Up to the Minute Eiilerfaiu- crs. TEANETTET "The Dancing Saxaphone Extra Added Attraction Fredj Charles, Edna, BessEc THE FOUR DE LONGS fn a sensational acrobatic novelty act. Special Feature Photoplay "BETTER TIMES" A happy drama (jf iove, op- tiniisin and goott cheer. You'll shed all your Irouules when you see it. We give this fealurc our guarantee. The Novelty. Reel ____ PATHE REVIEW ____ STRAND CO'lilEDY COLONIAL ORCPJESTRA In spite of Ihe greatly in- creased cost to us ot this show, our prices will remain the .same: Adults................. 50c Children............... 25o Special Children's Matinee Tuesday Afternoon at Four. o'clock 10c SEE ITAT Colonial Starting Wednesday This Week Prices- Adults Children: ;