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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 25.191t> THE LETHBRIOOE PAIIA IIF-RAJ-P lt retires a ii'i a larso ot llistvoUuc past wasous is wen in OTTAWA. March 25.--A on th? tiri -r i oo bard those of small BlUnlMUon ot duty on macWn Hi tannins, lish iiig mil lumuerins. (5) General downward revision o (he a riff made alter careful invest Kalian wHl. the object o Inc cociumer. and ot bring n mare revenue inlo the cofCers ot II of lin- been one ,t tlio great uu-tcrple.-c-s. H will be sbown at Starland touialit- rt oMle trio, litdtHllnB I'nfortunalely the 'flu scsre liad i4 oe ten m jtteu.jjuce last chorus of till with the splendid iffl. o >m MOD- wliltk. in in .iis ,'reVlvimcss, One ot "the" lUOiglitful seen in LetlibrMgo for some lira- is tuc Hoad Sallic'." i" wWt Conslanco TalmaJge ami vliic-b will bu shown for Ibc last limes at tlio Colonial touielit. fcvw a fav- orite I'liotoiilay fans. oiiFianre Talmadgu c.vols liem-K in tliu K-tion. Several nof'l coruedivs are en oii Hie same Wednesday night will be Inc big novcllv niglit, when manaeenicnt ilir. iicrform- iv nuuiu JllOVOllv lllglll, uvu l.osc of small m sl'agc Ihelr first "Oift Xitc." TurnlUK to'thc effect nl.leh Iho tariff .-IllL. liinl. ol a Nat- rlcullural community. walcs Illc colouial. jaU upon liie Mr McMaster said that the progresn ol Canada depended largely uron our ability to Induce to settle on ihe farms. TUe c-ountry wan over- (leveloped alms urban lines. But, he asV-eJ "ran ivo induce people, lo and settle on our farms unier comes to'the Colouial. BEULS" AT STARLAND Frank Keciian is such a suiiKnie arti't thai lie c-ai. move one. at will, lausuier or to tears, or the revert and terror. present vn ilions? What Induce. jKta. lu moving- Ills .imcndmenl Mr. Mater held with oxceL Ion iiccossary lesWation m roga rd o fie orles and so forth, tl.ere sliMild He If Ut !e taterference 1-V LMSible. -More weallli will t'O crc-atM allowing people lo carry on liielr In U.eir own way. W ScSaster said accepUncc ot' reV-lWi'y not a ti the countn'. beet, reciprocity IK-LWMII the >nd Canada in the fear liavo remilterl Jtt- amounting to IJ.6CMOO, and the 1 Wied would Lave remitted du- ties totalling JS.Ouu.W. Hut thru mailers l.atl cl.anf.ed. The cliini- Son of duties on toodstnffs wotj 4 mean loss of revenue of ovtr ?H.- fiOOOOU, on agricultural implements or nearly {l.a'OO.CSO mill on oils ot all torts over However, ewn llic elimination -of that not make any stibstantlal iuroad on .He revenue of -the country. Today, be said, Canada substan- tial amount of its revenue direct In IS'10 Great'Brilaih SI tent ot its revenue by iltreet tasa- il.e L'nlteil -States B5 arid Canada only 11 per cent.- Tbe V'nrieU. Stales, faid Mr. McMas. ter liad Ions vegardoo as an ex- jioncnt oL-a Wsh but this lias cliangcd. Tiie Unlleil Stales was now tuWne its rerenue by direct lawlion Jron. the liocVeU of tliose ijest able Thinopulailoii in Die Uniled the greater nrosent KuiiutiiuHn. ment would there be for u farmer to come from the Culled for Istauce, to settle m Canacin" Alicr liaviog witnri ano" -Tho n a 1-6 tic Theatre (VdiiiiK, to vviiy the ji' e accorded a treun-ndom re- ception everywhere il bai been -In in Vori. in Aus iralia. in Canada, and in tact m cvi-r> y where the Knglish laneuase is After lu-Jr yews or wm-fare. if one dare draw the com- urlsou. H Is a o: the UiiOitev He ranges over of ,var. It Is a play of u.e ch jagini WEDNESDAY-THURS.' i> Thomas H.Ince VILLI Atvl S. HART ESTIp TONIGHT AT i.ul J ita lire! New York, ho rises to the stature ol classical greatness. The iilay was made familiar the _____ entire English speaking world iiy ttie There ore tew comedies before the I ne....y Irving, and lie was so idcn "that contain more laughs v.itl, the part thai Lirilon to the snuare inch ot film than I and jot or less of a Tear and terror. He ranges over; of ,var. It Is a o u.c c, whole gamut ol human emotion. indomitable spirit rf the i lllils latest triumph. "Tiic To'mmle. of the savior tie en.husiastic-ally o'-claimed at girl, and fairly breathes the the Hialtu Theatre. nr the BrliisaiT.? who made MC- "I.A01ES FIRST" WEDNESDAY Kronen gin. spirit of tbe Hrilisucii wlio made M HOSsobtotall5- .lilKif-nt to oilier war plays that haw been presented, fnat nslpns. cllou to te squa lilies First'" the newest Paramount- 1110rc _ comedy winch wm and mnnnensms. Mr. He ,t Starlan.1 ou'Wertneiilay Is vigorously h ,t ami Thursrtav The slory deals with thc trials ot il tolerant husband whose beautiful wife is fond of dress, and flirtii vtilU her man tailor Hubbv I ,donts novel and laughable methods lo i Btoi. the ftlrlalion. The principal com- edians i., productioiTarc CMster Iconkin, Maty Thurman and ilarr; lirlbbou. __ York Diaeiiostic lioanital. 'iirel of' Its kind in America, ivili he opened ibout 3Iay 1. ana lie vvas ?o iuc-n-. uruce that they were in-j falllous characters, riM Kill. All. a.ul I, with Irving. U was nrc brought to lite. V'avrt Oil- vehicle fitted to ills COLONIAL TONIGHT inn splendidly fool-loose from all tra-1 dillon and grimly fascinating Piieal to the It is his bi-iKlil peak ot achievement Xo other artist on Xo otliev arnsi on iuu lias even remotely approached it, tor for won- derful flavor, JbM PodTbasties IHABC or COKMI LAST TIMES TONIGHT FRANK KEENAN IN "THE BELLS" ALSO "Wolves Kiiltur" EPISODE SIX, AND "Just Rambling Alonf' COMEDY The nay CONSTANCE TALMADGE "Up the Road With Sallie" L-KO COMEOY .'PAINLESS LOVE" OTHER ATTRACTIONS WED.-GIFT NITE Something Mew. COMING NEXT MONDAY "THE BIRTH OF A NATION Two-Reel Paramount-Sentiett Comedy. A Scream. Children Under 16 Admitted POSITIVES YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY TO SEB THE BETTER 'OLE NOT PICTURES ay Which Ha, the Whole Wide World Laughlne. PAUL G1LMORE AS OLD BILL Harry Radford Allen as Bert Horace Sinclair as ALF YORK SCENIC PROOUCT1ON- -COHP'ANY OF FIFTY-----CARLOAD OF EFFECTS.------- -THEATRE THOROUGHLY FUMIGATED Prices 52.00, 51-00, 75c, 50c 200 Good Seals at 300 Good Seats at Phone 1722 for Scats. E M P RES TOMORROW THE MOST SENSATIONAL PICTURE OF THE S EASON. WHAT IS VIRTUE IN A WIFE? ANITA STEWART Latett Paris l Styles Worn by m "Virtaw. 'ffi? e." Anita f''" ef forty-Four feminine of raolion oictnres will .u'opporlunl r, at he Broprtss loday o .cnualnt with the most recent slVlen in a up- bv ing mnlttlndo o worn by lite pnnciiial sm In "Vlrliwns the adaptallon of Owen Jolmsoii r, celebnted novel, In which Miss Anita Stewirl to sUrdom tier a -lonf! periwl from the Wives" In n Rlorr of rled life in New York socletj-, as men II to bo and tav- Uhly "dressed." Miss Sleirirf, in the role ot Array r'orrMtcr, wews eleven Afferent and silts in lie scenes of Mrs. DeWblt wlio will Mrs Irma IKbbarre, 'o herself wilh new cowrs ml fronks lo pace Ocorge l.oano Tiirior, fll. rector for Miss Stov, ior Ihe I'rop. cr cosU.inli.K of ll.n women principals who Iho of peracinMCf "VIRTUOUS WIVES" FIRST ANITA STEWART SUPER-P1C- TURE-FROMICOSMOPOLTTAN MAGAZINE'S 'GREATEST, STORY. TUt troth about married life In New York llfedern answer to rtuWtn A theme of to feminine in Mtting. and br a jreat the itorr cf "Virtuous from the Two Million Edltlsn Book by Owen Jslinton. f Etery wwiaii-Siiifk, Married or Divorced Wffl Have Lived SWBC PewwdHy Portrayed in Thb Pidwe. Which Part Do ;____________ Attend the Matinee and Ayoid the Night Crowds. Children under 16 yean of age idiiiitted. SPECIAL ORCHESTRA PROGRAMME. Advawe in Price. ALSO A GREAT LADY KILLER'S DOOM" ;