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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN" THE LETHBH1DGE DA" 7 HERALD MAIIC1I '11121 Obituary KNh'SiS- SutfurluK from injuries re-, fofvnl a few days USD in a runaway ni'ar his home in llowvlllr, j'orry fYankline Knoss died Tuesday in, flail I Hospital. Mis fuiu'ral wilt take place! Thursday from MaoKay's nndertalcUif; i parlors in llu- (Mly Comolury. Mr. i Oliver of Champion will olllclate. 1 Inspection of Uattcry Units Fol- Performed in Splendid Siylc ttirr. lun in minion ami th" llut tir1 i-o'snivai SllOVI. .'pt'lVhc: y, oftu-yrs at tiif Stiver Grii! Tups'hr- t'vouinpr, ihe iiifept-aion flic loi'iil hatfi.M'ics ,'t ihe1 Armories. In itiidition to the of the i hero were present General Bell. O. C.. of the 13th Military District: Colonel Pearks. V. C.; Major Kdwania. Senior Officer; Captain A'oipr- inary of the ISth Rnsiade; Major Bar- n a fill, chairman of the prorecdings; Major Hurrell. Major Gore Harrow. Captain Thomson. Medical' Officer, i.iomenim' T. Loncwortli ill.1 im-Midon t Pcnuc- Presiik'n; of the dns. Superinten- Chtirrh ami W. L HiKwui-ih. A. H. and H. Chuivh f' (he imporiaiu i- and pauf ;i i: i-'irstaH in ih'1 rll: in tho movMvit Hodgson rcien ''ii i'oieuco shown to iniiitai n rrrn. Ho said there in turn.' Superintendent t nr [YmuM'ntlU'r. H. Met-' The Mayor !he militia ut'1 lo Gen- part ho Edmonton Board Of Trade Asks Oil Rulings Revised ntul whoft) popularity Is unbounded, Kcorivl heavily hli first Pan- mount Feature production of ut the thestm this week. This is George Melfonl'a picturUntion of Kdimind Day'n highly successful play which haa hold tho stage- for several years with excep- tional success. Tho picture Is, if any- thine, more attractive, than tho play itself, tho story Is more developed, tho dramatic interest heightened, and llio photography all that could be asked for. Mnbcl .lulieniio Scott pliys op- posite the star. This splondld photoplay will lie at At the Request of the Kmprems two days more, today and Inspector Watson Investigating he Request o Departmeni M -.he i indif- proparej- in Mayor Ihu-iie. 0. V. A.. fatfciT. K. Navy dent Hodgson. H. yoinis iv. .iliil training ;uk-t to 1 i1 militia, a moral rljunct in the educa.tion It deiin A movement is on foot sop.tralo !iie lla.'dleville Sclmol District MC' Iothbridge district. This tho support of the trustees anil they are desirous to see it go through. In regard to this matter n communica- (ion was received from the Deputy j .Minister or Education, and road at the maetius of the Public School I Board held on Tuesday. In which it I was stated that Inspector TVntson has M'lri'li -Vn by the Department to iate reconsideration "of the new" oil ful1 In connection and gai rpenlation-s now in in lho of a school district ihwS" s d ireS M it, .centre, and to 11111 by the Edmonton hoard of trade and full-v advisability of or- 1 T.inlzmg such district. Communication Sent lo Ottawa, With This End in View uio I GREAT HOLIDAY SHOWS AT THE i COLONIAL THIS WEEK A special holiday bill has been lined up for the Colonial theatre for Friday and Saturday this week. Harry Carey will top the bill In his biggest feature. "Hearts a six act melodrama of tho western that gives Carey a fine opportunity. Tho first chapter of the new serial. "K'ng of the Circus." with Eddie Polo starring, will ulso be shown. the Edmonton hoard of trade i will be ask- j! MAY ALLISON WINS IN NEW PICTURE R. Major Nippon. Airte-de- niinr U- d'ennrai iinuvoitl prevented from heinii present. After Dinner Speeches I.-i -.tddressing ihe giither-ii.: Sir h'-ui Bill-stall. :n i f movement. t of a citizen i.- tii tici'oiul his 'I'y. U was an olilifrati.m iu1 ov.yd to his country and io the Km-iire. lie spoke or', the importance of gunnery i.i it had in th-1 war. Without the artillery the rupture of Kulge eon id nut have been i-i'- fected. and again in the buttle near Amiens the anJ importance of i-raoch of the service vat.-; given testi- mony to. It was a responsibility at- tached lo the batteries that the oltictM-.s should continue their studies; to mak" for continued efticir-nry. It was f-ary from the lessons of the war that. should such a tigaiu the cflicienuy of the artillery should carried on from the standard to which it had arisen rather ;han from the initial stage of 1914. Efficiency a matter of the education of offi- cers. He impressed the importance preparedness which training in the the Dominion government win oe asti-; T d the sacred ;H -mnnint t invrtcM Aspect to a fomnnmicatlon re- right of defence of country and Em- tSS ei" re on rith a view fron Ulfl Alliance iu porting the mi.itia. THere .ere the referred lint-M lot 01 N. t. O., m I.ethbndge. the to a has i ed there was no provision made for I tbe teachers in Hardievillc fchjiol. Dentil Clinic "Are All Men Has Story Laid in New York's Greenwich' Village M" "V ihVa CV7yi regulations and submitted a report, ,uppon. Mi Metcalte peakin tr tor Navy velenms. sail! not conflict Luu Business delegation city as to suspended to hear a u dental clinic in the the general purport of which tliere is good reason for dissati: with the terms and conditions upon conons upon i in common Mr. Cocq -poke ani, d ,he press m rcfcrrinE to the are ,low h-t h these have to he built up. ot the commissioners should be u cit- izen of XoAhern A1herta. ont usioii o t e (iinnei-uie been made about the purpose anil wftere I he 'Ot'li'ana the eSe''' new lie was greeted on his appearance a sHlue ot trumpets and the 1m- bv the orrlers issued from Ottawa. Its finding is that the regulations are unsatisfactory and that a revision is urgently necessary terio? then marched past, in splendid style, fin- thp Genera! Salute, at the point indicatPd by the Union Jack tlie General took the f _, muiiifi mat leuiiiiiium m ,'k'' Thf D{ tllis national enterprise went through their gim drills In uromoteil hisllly efficient manner, making a very line and smart appearance an.l earn- ing the of _the General. An inte.rsting feature of'the proieed- in order that legitimate development may be PICTURE BUTTE NEWS at. the Armories was the turnillE tingencies but for dangers which may arise -Major Barnacal followed impressing the fact that a citizen cannot content himself with receiving all the bene- fits of the country he lived in without assuming its responsibilities, ft was necessary that a nation should ue-p'.-e i pared. He referred to the old prac ttt-e of "'hit and miss" and "short bracket and long and pointed out how important it was that the modem science of artillery should pro-! gress in the training and instruction; the militia movement gave. There cannot be too high a'n aim in the iden! of gunnery. The objects of the mil- itia cannot be achieved without cour- age and a stiff backbone. General Bell spoke of the status of j nationhood which the Dominion arrived at and how important it was to assume the responsibility of this nationhood by being in a position defend it if necessary. It ill becomes a country to be without national de- lence. On this the future of the Uo- j minion anii the Empire depended.; ('anatia can have an efficient militia j if it is the wish of her people, and the country should not have to rely on! others to defend it. There has been opposition raised to militia expendi- Battery to the care of tlif: neu- The roll was presented to the keeping of the battery by Sergeant Lothian. EXPLOSION' IN STEEL WORKS KILLS FIVE and" HARRISPURG, Pa.. March Five men are three more arc dying and several are bsliev- ed to be injured in many feet of molten metal and white hot bricks, as the result of a blast furnace 'slip" at the Steelton plant of the Bethlehem Steel company today. The force of the explosion blew n hole in the side of the furnace, letting out the molten metal. FALCONS TO MEET STRATFORD TEAM TORONTO. Mar. cons of winners of the Abbott cup and the junior" championship of ttie Canadian west, will be here tomorrow and Saturday night to meet the Stratford team, O.H.A. junior champions. fFvom Our Own Correspondent! PICTURE BUTTE. Mar. big fall of snow of the past few weeks lias done much toward giving moist- ure io the land that in such pom- condition for spring work. There is more moisture now in the land than there was this time last spring, so with such good prospects at this time and a few good rains later there is no cause to feel that there will not be a bumper crop in 1931. Everybody is pleased with the re- :nlr. of the four mails a week. The There are pictures and there tro pictures and most of them are seen and soon forgotten, but May Allison In "Are All Men her latest Metro starring vehicle now showing at the Colonial theatre, is a happy ex- ception to tills rule. For Mlss'AHI son's new picture is the sort that makes for real entertainment, as well as giving you something to carry home with you and think, of, for many a day to come. In the first place. It's all about a poor little rich girl who wearies of conventionality and attempts to try her wings for a flight In Greenwich Village, York's artistic colony of short-haired women and long-haired men. Fortunately she doesn't get her .._.....___.....___... wings singed, but she cornea very, regard to fire protection at Burgman's j very near. And, then some! Hall. The secretary was instructed to I "Teddy" Hayden Is a girl who has have the fire escape painted with a I inherited a great deal of money and red color and to have a railing built 'he spirit of adventure in love affairs, the foot of the stairs. The teacher Thus equipped, she insists in. spite of schools. The trustees resolved that the question of free dental clinics be 1 left over until next term on account of the expenditure it would entail, but that the superintendent be asked to investigate and report OB the sugges- tions made by the dentists regarding dental examinations and Instruction. The Board placed on record their appreciation of the good "work done by Geo. McKillop as Physical Instruc- tor in his cadet work, as shown by the inspection of cadets held by Gen- eral Burstall. Improvements were ordered made in aid, lier lending man. and John KlllotL und Hiith K. Uoneo dlrtH'tud Llui pU'luiv which wad udttptod by A. YtwiiRi'r from Arthur Slrinsur's novel 'Tins Wufflo which appuurod Kcrinlly in Mi- Cluro'tt Miigiizlno. Hen Bail photo- it. AT THE KING'S "Tim I.ittlo shepherd of 1'omo" Itt Jack Picki'onl's Ilrst Gold- wyn picture. It.Is tho story of a poor but ambitious boy, Chad (Jack I'ic.U- who runs away from Cum- berland homq and al'tor ti luiij; journoy iirrivos liy u vulley knov.u its "Tho Valley of Kingdtim Come." lu this j place tho Shepherd boy's future is moulded. He leaves this divinely named place- to become the protege of a wealthy urniy major. Major Uuford discovers that tho poor shepherd hoy is distantly related to him and becomes very devoted to Cfciad and makes it possible for him to obtgii an education far better Uian the ambtltous Chad ever hoped for. When Chad leaves the Valley for Lexington, Kentucky, he leaves behind him a devoted admirer, Melissa. She learns that her idol has fallen in love with a girl of social position and wealth; and working on her suspic- ions she gets information about his parents that gives Chad every right to aspire to the hand of the girl he .oves. Meliflsa returns to the moun- Utlttn sad at heart but contented that Cluui happy. The plot of by John Kux, Jr., ulHO of tlm Inchlcnts uf the civil war and tlm (U-aliut; with this part of tho picture urn vv-ry roalislic uud of absorbing lutcresl. "The Lit lit! KluiplH-nl o( Kingdom Como" will bo Kb.mvn at tho KUiB'si tlK'utiT tonight and Thursday. There's only omi way lo roform a Paris apache. Head about it in Kobort latest poem In March Cosmopolitan. yours vertUemonl. was instructed to dismiss the children once a week by the fire escape. The trustees went into committee of school management to go into the question of supplies. CHAMPION NEWS (Special Correspondence) CHAMPION, Mar. Don- aid Stephenson celebrated his ninth birthday Saturday afternoon. A large number of kiddies enjoyed them- selves. Mrs. A. S. Roberts and Mrs. J. V. Steele were the hostesses at a very pleasant birthday party spent at the homo of Mrs. Roberts. Mondav even- ing, it being the occasion of. their re- spective husbands' birthdays. weather has been very favorable this! Mr' aml Jlrs' J- Pellar who have been In the employ or E. F. Crawford one i winter, the mail has not missed jlrip during the winter. i The many friends of Mrs. Robert Harvie will regret to hear that she v, iu legrei io near ttiat sue; has been confined to her bed for sev-! sc'100' Wlla jeral weeks with a severe attack of: G'.R Smith presented the W. I. with AUCTION SALE AT HARDIEVILII TOMORROW (THURSDAY) OF 150 BOXES OF APPLES ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE AT 2.30 O'CLOCK. FRANK WADDINGTON, Auctioneer srippe. Mr. Tom Amieison. from Taber. has returned lo his farm at Picture Butte and is busy doing some repairs to Imildinss and settings things in shape for spring work. We are glad to see tile old iieighbors returning. Word has been received hy friends of .Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Poole, old time residents ot Picture Butte, that they intend to sail for Canada from Kngland in the early part of April, they having gone to England some few years ago. Auction sales seem to be the order of the day at the present time. Mr. Rennolda has returned to liia home here after spending sev- eral months in Edmonton. Mr. Ren- uolils some very interesting dem- ;oustratlons while in the north In re- j sard to farming, but came to the con- j elusion that as a whole he would I rather he in the south country, the place where they grow, the" best wheat and lots of it. Mr. Martin Grey is busy these days, breaking colts for spring work. Some' of them are pretty wild, but there is' nothing like knowing how when it conies to breaking young coks. for two years, left for Calgary on Wednesday. The Champion W. I. presented the school with flags for each room. Mrs. presented the 1 which will be used at each family remonstrances in engaging studio in Greenwich Village and there mingling with the artists who have adopted the Bohemian as an excuse for Irregularity In their lives. with dire results! From the And start "Teddy" is besieged by amorous ad- mirers, several of whom are so in- sistent that It is only by rare good fortune that she avoids physical in- jury at their hands. At the last, however, a real lover makes his appearance and "Teddy" is rescued from the tolls of amorous in- trigue and the machinations of male- volent men not, however, before she has run the gamut of dangerous love affairs wherein she just escapes mis- chief a score of times. In the role of the headstrong "Teddy" Miss Alli- son is seen to exceptional advantage, wh'le a cast of unusual ability sup- ports her, including Wallace McDon- MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative There's a sucker born every minute, and as a famous humorist once re- marked, "two people born to grab him." Maybe we like to he fooled, though. Read what Fred C. Kelly says about us in March Cosmopolitan, .which IK now on sale. Get your copy a fla_ The Order of the Eastern Star en- tertained at progressive whist on ___ _ _. ____ Tuesday evening. Those present i spent a very pleasant time, music be- ing provided by Miss Kathleen Wat- kins and Miss Jessie Archibald. The ladies' prizes were captured by Mrs. Geo. On- and Mrs. w. Scott, and the gentlemen's by Messrs. Vv'oodhull and Watkins, while Mrs. W. Williamson proved the best guesser of the num- ber of almonds in a glass jar and won the most popular prize of the even- ing as all enjoyed the contents. Reci- tations by Miss Watkius and Mr. Wil- liamson concluded a very enjoyable evening. A dainty lunch wag served at the conclusion of the games. Accept "California" Syrup of Figs for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say Advertisement. PMPRESC LJ Toniht U Convicted of stealing 60 cents. W. Harris was sentenced at Uiiiontown. Pa., to from three to four years in Jail. AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS ON SATURDAY NEXT, MARCH ME COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR FURNITURE and effecls. including: VIMT Hue RKDROO.M SKT in M'TKftFIl OAK. comprising handsome Dresser with hirce 'mjr..0r Chiftonlere, ami Dressing Table to match: (jr.UfT'-'KFD OU< l" RARY TABLE, very heavy: Library Table in mission pair of leather-seated Deri Chairs, in mission; ORAHS SQUARE POSTS, with coil spring and all-fell nmttiets- larce nrcs'i-r with oval mirror, Early Knglish finish, with in niatcli- another Brass Bed ivith heavy posts, in new c-umlition. with "oil spring and felt mattress; Continuous Host White Bed coil spring: MASfilVK DIIKKSKH in WIUTF. K.VA.MKL wifn extra large mirror Chiffoniere to match; Golden Oak Drfiser with bevelled mirror; COLUMBIA TALKlxi; .MACHINN m cabinet, with records; large ELECTRIC 11OMH beaded friir'e five drawer SINGER SEWING MACHI.VK; handsome in ma hogany; massive. Library Table in quartered oak, with small riipboanl beneath; Hotmrl Mahogany Ktind; Hettee. and three cluurs; two Mlectric Heading Lamps; Gas Stove; Child's Set, Bedruum lio'chcrs'- Kitchen Chairs; Curtcins, etc. TERMS CASH. PHONES 770 AND D. C. JONES' RINK WINS LAST VUNCAN SPIEL (From Our Own Correspondent) VUU'.A.V, Mar. recent cold Knap has given a great impetus to curling, and mixed double knock-out bouspiel has recently been played off. i This proved to he the most exciting i 'spiel of the. season, aM was keenly I contested from start to finish. D. C. i.lones' rink, however, seemed to be j the stronger of the bunch, and he won j the final game over C. S. Hall by a score of 10 to S. Owing to the power I of the sun during the day it was ne- cessary to play the games either i early in tile morning or at night. Roscoe Arbuckle In Legitimate Picture Play, The Round-up Famous Oomedian Has Sympathetic Role of Sheriff in the Fine Western Photoplay. "THE ROUND-UP" SCORES AT EMPRESS THEATRE Iloscne Arbuckle, for many yours the foremost comedian of tha screen, I'llioil bricklayers at Tacoma, Wll.. announce a voluntary reduction of SI a day. OLDEST PRIEST IN WORLD 102 TODAY f. W XI I'M, Mar. Father Damax Itamlimind. O. .U. the oldest Catholic priest iu the world, celebrated quiet- ly today bis 102nd birthday In the quiet, seclusion of the pro- villcial home for oblate fathers in St. Bouiface. The aged priest was unable to celebrate, mass, his birthday custom for years, as he is practically con- lined to his bod. If Father Dan- durand lives until .Septetnher next he ulll celehriae the eightieth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood. c o INDIGESTION I CANT STAY Stomach and Acidity ended with "Pape's Oiapepsin" EDDIE POLO KINO OF THE emeu? COJK20US SBJIAL SENSATION than BftriiBiu. EniUK POLO, tha H.ttdrr of the 3trim! Wnrlrf. In Hmuhing elftrLteen-rUc tliKt wlpci tbmt other dereilwvil aver IB anrf OtrUU. Mini It? Out-of-order Klomachf. feel fine al once! When meals don't fit and you belch gas. acids and undigested food. When you feel indigestion pain, of distress in stomach, heartburn or headache. is Instant relief. i .lust as soon as you a tablet .ir two of Pape's Diapopsiu 'all tho i pepsin, Indigestion and stomach dis-1 tress caused by acidity will These pleasant, harmless tablets of Papft's lliapcpsln always put sick, up- set, add stomachs in order at once iiiey cost no little at drug stores. famous p a y that has thrill- more peo- plo than any other drama of the West. Rocking with laughter; load- ed iwith ac- t ion filmed amid beauty anil grandeur of scene that d TV a r f a n y stage produc- tion ever pre- sented. Jesse L Lfisky presents a GEORGE MELFORD PRODUCTION Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle nt witli JOSEPH U. SCHENCKvj STARTS AT THE COLONIAL Friday and Saturday THIS WEEK TheROUND UP WATCH FOR WALLACE REJD IN "ALWAYS AUDACIOUS" And our big Friday and Saturday Show. CHANGE in TRAIN SERVICE After March Slit, 1921, Trains 63 64 Will Be DISCONTINUED BETWEEN CROW'S NEST and CRAN- BROOfc. J. E. PROCTOR District Passenger Agent, Calgary. KINGS Today and Thursday A fighting son of '61. The grtattit picture of the week. An absolutely guaranteed at- traction. Samuel GoloVyW, JACC K PICKORD in ALSO HAROLD LLOYD a screaming one-reel comedy. to the length of the special feature, "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom we will be unable to pre- sent our Amateur Contest to- night. GOLDNW. Tonight Thars. The Dramatic Sensation. Strips ths Glamour from Studio Life Picruriud from Arthur Stringer's It vividly pictures the snares and pitfalls of life among the Artists' Studios in New York's Bohemia. Bray Pictograph, and Comedies. Hear Beresford's Orchestra play "TEXAS WAY" Albert Plimkett's "Dumbells" hit. Usual and 10c. NO, HE IS NOT AN EVIL SPIRIT from I'nrgalory nr a mad auto by torchlight, bill ono of onr nxpert.s u'orkiug on an inipurtant joii. WoUHiiK is hard on the eyes nerves our rnoti. but yo'i don't pay for that. We charge you only for re- suits that savR you muney. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbrldgc HoUt ;