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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LKTHBRfDOG DAILY HERALD S.VrrillUY. MAItC.H IE F ,j Convention at WelUnjc Decides There Should Be Represen- lation in Dominion Politics Mar. the provincial labor iu convention lirre ihen> should a Domin Inn labor p'lrly in noli tics. A resolution alonjj, thesv lines adopted by the executive. The reso- lution read in part: "That we rmior.so Ihe request nf the Ontario section of tlie Canadian party in calling joiui of trades unions and 1. L. P. of this prov- ince for thg purpose of solidifying our forces and further that ;i Domin- ion labor party can be A recommrndai ion from th" ways rnd means committee that the capita tax be increased from 15 a year to ten coiUrf a quarun- created considerable discussion and brought CUP FOR TILLOCH TlHT" art; some think tho wnulit inuls in UH> last bout t'f I'.IL' iiniatuur caiuivul im U'l'ihu'siUy night. t-Y.uik IVr- ryinaii .me nl llirm. and ho h.icUs liis jcilgmcnt with u nip v, hlcii will br donated to 'I'll- loch. A medal also bolus In Khvyn who pill '.ii> ;t yanu1 scrap in ilu- re' i in t na ry rn u in 1 u f i hi1 i11 terweight, chumptonship. A A A A A A A A A Ms in KiuJitnd am] Austniliu. 'I'hcy j lufi serial "KlBf of tin1 with of roniArluhlP JCdJU in the lend in nl- tho Ixjuuty ui their j v of Ufo 'bu d Mavis, a duo of bathing fctrl comcdio will offer their fa mo in j (tie hill. Women." u eonunly Hot j A full ihow will fm- Hu'luilmi in Siron aftur floor thn ocean Hincinjr miiQ-muliti They require neither IKc that i- brimful of laughter. nine-thirty tmtght for tho hanotU of Kilylh Snyiler. in a repertoire of I late ni'w ami whiitltnK solos will Uiose who appreciate an act fourdtM-inn on ttic artistic. i? liy act on the bill will be lUluy ii.v tJie Hoycpd. of SPECIAL. VAUDEVILLE MATINEES j AT COLONIAL MON. AND TUES. ;idm In Hicir mm-P .utd tests, f As a special adileii attraction to tin1 ;bill. Mary Mintor will be sfvn in her Kor tho hftnmftt of tlif Uidillns, Man- HKor tjCR Brown will run two sptM'ial matlnfie? nt the ou Monday inul Tuesday, at grently reduced prices of admission. tor air pipes to connect thorn with thi I surface, With a supply of oxygen In icoiuUnsod alv taiikn, marine gardens ami cotil cavorny where human never veil- tui'oii before. Century old wreck a arc found und pcun'lied for lost treasures. There Is u tomiyinj combat HOT SPARKS Fsoni the Training Camps pecial future "A Oiim- Tbe k'lcldlca ivlH injny the vnmlovlllc nhowa. Send them to the ,hey wm he afler and sont homw Imppy. writ ton impress! y for Alan tlio -rlilc uud jiithn V round lirr by known drainuU. "'Xohody'rt h'ool." AuuutittiB IMtou Inc. pr( Kob.iuji ;iKvuyu, th nilrably mounted ;ind ul well r un- und rc-Hwiwuit and living in tho mont ivajcnut your of the worttl'K hit. iu rity U wliru cotton flannel uliu n for ermino untl no t'ritk; iil'MiUonuiI it, now rullmi Itanncl is Former W. C. Leaguer Mar. idyl! of the Cumberland by Fox. jr., author of "The Trail 1 uf tho I'ine." ;--id was, ao.OOO LEAQVJSS UNDER THE SEA adapted trern his fry AT KING'S MONDAY A TUESDAY i MAY RGOSON IN novel, "A M.Kintaiii Ivirnpu." Motion! j "P403ODYS FOOL" AT MAJESTIC APRIL 1 ovon exroila the best work ever dom1 fnrotnM. fiftv ayo bv lU'iv.lilur" i'f bniin.s unl JIM ermine. Cotton KOWRH arc j.iay is clo.M, dainty, i'ul! of mu t.) lie scoffed at now, prifsfis or thft kin-1 .niilj To roprcs'Mit this play pnr clever The ac'.lon I.A swift; nons in their siirrodixiihigg Jp'-1111 up- and intei'iV.tlnK al ittl i propi iate ami cnr.vltMiini; nlviner, tin The enllrij I liven r.-iic-1 nli'rv :U coiublncd rfforlK Mia.-' Hoiiwm uml der-p. betwoon Cuptuln Nemo and limn- of .Mr. Hisbv I'itou have anil tlie Riant octopus crushinK a pearl_ diver on KOIIK Island. 'KOWHS of llu- ludieK luivi- bi-un nuid- Most ol productinn ii n fac- hy the. most export and expensive N. similo of hoanUi'ul sum- j V. ami Paris modistes, am! their homes mor homo and the uluy is at tho j provided with the' thousand .and out time thereby showing the sldll of j imHspiMisi'hk1 and costly both decorators and modistes. j i.iean so much to persons of trnUe and In "Nubody'rt Kool" nil tliu (hereby insiirius' n Brouidway aro Kupsmtit'ii to na personn of woiiith prodnctlun. in its monster tcnlacloa; positively the most thrilHiiB speotaele ever nhotoRnipIied. Scunrs from under tho ocean, on tbe earth am.) In the yky combine to make this first and only nubnmrino (irtuna truly tho amaxiiiK won- der-picture all time. by Mary nekton! i.i tliin nnnluetloii. l certainly have a bis v the rhilailijlphia AmiMic.uis' first base- i i1' i'or Hwm was the individual star in the i "A llnnutiice." Aihlprift' victnrv th" Vnw Vm-k- A 1'lit' lip (if eXCOlU'Ilt coll Alhleti Nationals vest La. lie mcdn .1 two 'stole (wo and plnved ftpldintE forth many discussions. The tjon was fiiuilly adopted. j The treasurer c-aused Surprise at the convention today he outlined the ftiiauci.il popi- tiou of the party, whicli showcnl it to wobbly start in iie in a very bail condition. Business! showed m last year was carried on on total: the WiHiHa Ko.l receipts amounting: to ?311.4fi. loagrii Ker I'HU'ACO. r Goin9 Good for a in th" first inning, Hick cason form Texas, t-am of flu- ertUiy. A 1'iie up of excolleiit comedies amU j a p.nod pniRrrini by the t rnlnniai I'lvicsTl orchestra i ploii.1 til.- bill, which is easily iho i in Miriuiis. i -ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" AT i COLONIAL NEXT WEDNESDAY! ;l re. 'the than 2r> per rent, cf the affiliated: Sox won Four hits :ind branches had paid ilieir per capita pass let in three runs, bin in the levy, tho remainder (.oininy from ininuss. h.'ld oiijionci] the sale of buttons. literature and fees j to four Kt! Karl, the numi-p: collected from the sale of Jive char-! fanned (hreo in last tv ters to newly organised branches. innings, allowini; EV.-O runs. The membership .n frood pames with Wichita Falls it does not number 1300. The f uled; treasurer reported that tho t-xoeutivj-' bad throughout'the year to continual-' !y dip down in their own pockets to meet creditors, and v-ay travelling ex- peases. Expel -McBrtrie WKLfjAXO. Out.. Mar. --tC" iliau Press.) Kx-Mayor MoBrldf, i labor member for Brantford in the; provincial legislature, who recently; crossed tho floor of tlie bouse, was today expeUnd from tlie labor party by the inous Tote of the delegates attending Grimes is Star i CHICAGO. -Mar. tin; i Cub first baseman, was tlm bai- ?tar of ycstorday's Cub victory of 7 to over Angeles. His threa hits, one 11 double, drove in runs. 'ffective in (he last four innings. Complete Training 'CINCIX.VATF. Mar. 26.--Closing 'sent day thrilling foretold, iif'y Venv. tho greatest inuitri'iatift' who ever liveii. Toiltiy Ihey liU'iurcd down to ilu; mtnuvo in 1'niversalV v tort line; photoplay .1 ''Twenty When yon see this epix Ivmakiiiij; dra yon have seen ilie niosi the most srisatioual most revolmionarv acliicvomeiir in cinema history. Von Jules Verno'5- ''nion- ster" that terrorint'il th? seven Yc.u v.-iil fee the tviuiny comman- der. Captain Xeiiio. tlr.i Honuhy 1'hilKp.-. wiii be the of vessels ou his at Um Culotilul tiu'ittrci on j of und next week.! Von will soe the torpedo flrod A omiostra. and untior the moan a of vocalise, will bs heard na its- deadly mission, an'l in accompaniment, to i.iie picture. i thon >-.'e a i-hip blown to "Once to Kvpry is uu-1 doubtedly ont? of the "mother-! Through the magic wimlow in the looV of the .year, and will. submarine "Xautilus" yon will sent he keenly eujoycd by those who sec victims PiiikJuu to tho pUent depths. TUrougli this window you are shown iill the amaiini; wonder of the duep. You soo the "Xautillus'1 a tropic1 Tbo thentr1! gooi'i buvo n treat In stove fur fur Urowu nt tho Mujcsiic Ins booked tlu? popular coiiiiniicnne May llobsou, in ;i new The "On it. th-.' the, fourth annual convention Clnolnnal imrty. Tills morning's session .1 McBride aeaslon. He had only oin: friend, the delegate from Brantford, who declared that the branch at Brantford came very nearly not pend- ing a delegate at all to the conven- tion. He admitted that Brantford training camp at Cisco, list night, the had apparently got in wron; (parcel that Brantford ,was iOU per cent labor. Keferring to the renolution exnel- liug Mr. MrBriile. the Brantford local branch will lose its independent labor Nationals .started out tu, play a. lonp schedule of exhibition! games, the first, of which is with the. I Cleveland Americans at UiilKis aftPmitoM. I Tiriers Braak Camo mC'lKo'lT. Mar. 2ii.--Thf Detroit i BUMPER WEEK-END SHOW AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT Theatre-goers who want to wind up the holiday in tip-f.nji .style will err-, tainly find plenty to amusi? them at i i he. Colnulal theatre tn-ught. when the dandy week-end show will beJ for the last times. Harry Cr.rcy tupa the bill in his! hi test phonomenul drumatic: success "Hearts ono of those kind of! to which Carey is so admirably Many dramatic incidents, and a powyriul srory. make "Hearts host this season. The first, episouo of tbe new ocean div human be to mysterious and ings emerge exactly Easter Sunday Evening Concert AT THE COLONIAL AT 9 O'CLOCK. Beresford's Augii Dented Concert Orchestra but ile-i Tisers laiinrhed their exhibition today with a Kamc at Fort Worth aKaiinu tin- Texas league of thai city. Tile. Timers broke camp at San Antonio lust r.ight. Cobh announced the party charter unless it takes similar i Hi'st release in hi> mmml of thirty-oi e players, by which John Bopart. rerruit Jobn Bruce of Toronto declared that j pitcher, was sent to the, XPW Huvi labor could not tolerate cowardice-i (.-lull of thfi Kiifiern that Mi-Bride in a critical poriod had! displayed cowardice. Red Sox Break Up Monday i HOSTO.V. Mar. Thfl Boston break its spring train- I nig camp at Hot Springs. f .was reported iiere lodav. Thev "wili I i wind np at the Sp today and tomorrow in KaniPa with tl i PUtPbnn; .Nat'uiuil-. BOSTON Mass.. Mar. VcLoan, fornier catcher league baseball Nunamaker is Hurt CIJCVHLAXO. Mar. Xiin ii'akfi-. ciUchfM1 for ihe CK'veiand I ilians. is on tbe hosuital list, p.rcordin vonf received her fr.nn (lie sprln amp. XunamakfT ti imii ;is killed and Jack McCarthy, a friend, en the ankle liy a foul Inl] 'iml th severely wounded today in a quarrel pain war, su Krfnl thai hr- In t a near-besr saloon in Ihe south onil. his room. I The police took Into custody JamfcH .1.1 The Indians mnpf Connor, the bartender, (lending in- vestigation. Connor was sabtequently nharecd murder. He told the judjre or the court that -McLean and Mr. Carthy had quarrelled recently with another bartender and had threats against the saloon and Its i force. After words today, ho said. McLean tried to climb over the bar to attack hrm with McCarthy follow- rag. It was in fear of his life Ihat he fired, Connor said. McLean was struck in the breast and fli'jd almost instantly. bullet struck McCarthy Another the r.ii- domen. His condition was said to bo critical. Keds at Dallas today and tumnrniv Indications an: that an I Bfigby would pitch for NINETEEN YEAR OLD HORSE IN FRENCH RACE! PAUIS. .Mar. the nlneteen-ynar-old race horse on-n- i cd hy .lames Henue.-.sv of Cognac ami1 winner of the Grand National iit Llvnriuiol in haa lieen cninred next Sunday in the I're.iidcm of the itupulilic Stakes. This event is for w-vcnty-fivii thousand iranrs over! a 4 kilometres cuurse. j Trainer Uatciiclor saya the old i liotEC is lii fine condition ami if tlin I track is soft and heavy will have a i-liatice to win. I GREAT DOUBLE SHOW AT COLONIAL MON. AND TUES. from "Merely at the King's la Mar; t time todav. MAJESTIC-NEXT FRIDAY, APRIL I One Night 8.30 Sharp. 7Sc. Seat sale opens Tuesday at Armstrong and Raworth's. Coniolcte Show A'ftfir 9.30 Tonight. LAST TIMES TONIGHT (SAT.) HARRY CAREY in "HEARTS UP." EDCIE POLO in "KING OF THE CIRCUS." CENTURY BATHING GIRL COMEDY; and ORCHESTRA. and 10c. MONDAY AND TUESDAY MAMMOTH DOUBLE HOLIDAY SHOWS HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE LAWREN.CE AND HARVEY Superb Terpslchorean Novelty. Kkihnrate Scenic rrortuction. EDYTH SNYDER "The Versonallly Girl." DEEMS AND DAVIS "A Debate On "Women." LES BOYCES Startling Acrubatic Act. BERESFORD AND HIS SIX JAZZ-BOYS GREAT SPECIAL ADDED PHOTOPLAY ATTRACTION IT'S THE BOOK BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE. You thrilled when you read ''The Trail 01' tbe Lonesome Pine." You'll thrill when you see this delightful play of tlie Cumberland Mountains, by the same, author, with bewitching MARY MILES WINTER at her very best. WE ARE PUTTING THIS SUPERB FEATURE IN WITH OUR REGULAR VAUDEVILLE BILL ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY hfl- cauae we knaiv that you THE BEST. THIS IS THE BEST PHOTOPLAY THAT MONEY CAN BUY. COMEDY AND SCREEN SNAPSHOTS. Three shows at 2.30; Nights at 7 and 9. Mats. 50c: Nights 60c. Children: Mats. 10c; Nights 25c. KINGS-Shirley Mason in "Merely Mary Annw LAST TIME TODAY A FASCINATING STORY OF A SCULLERY MAID, A PICTURE YOU'LL ENJOY. on the alert to secure nothir.i; j lint the- very best, the Colonial Tliea-; j tre management, havo lined np a I splendid double bill for Monday and Tueaday. with a special Hip I ville hill, and the latest Mary Miles j H. A. junior clumpions Jf SIIlUl11' 'he major here tonight by to 2, in first of i TORONTO. Mar. 21. -Falcon.. junior champions defeated Stratfurd 11. A. llOi a two-gamn. series to deride J f'lfi Vi (if the O. IT. A. Memorial CUM. eni-larls 'blematic of Ihe Canadian [lode ny championship. The second pamn will be pia.vcd on Saturday night. Fnicons were nnu I1 the superior team, ns the score would indicate, and unle.sB Stratfo'-d sho'v- a complete reversal form, they have a nuuuolh task in lh( silverware the Falcons. The win-! nera slartcd lo wore early and 3 -0 al the end of the period. at th? end of the second and at tbe conclusion game. They nxtelled HI rl incut of (lie game and lock tn I best junior orpanizalion that represented the west 'Ibcv p I'ombiniiiion frame .'nd luik tn well and fnlh desened tneir Oniy :i crowd witneij.s same. HERMAN BY KAYO NEW YUIIK. .March fet man. foi-iiK-r (liJimpinr last nifht l.nockeil out CraiiTie Adlilm- of N'ew York, iu Ihe lirsi of a I.) round bout here. It was Herman's flrst match Hincn he knockeil nut .limuiv IWlldc, Driliab nyitelght champion. Is Beyond All Imagination. MONDAY-KINGS THEATRE-TUESDAY THE UNIVERSAL WONDER PICTURE The only cub-sen drama photoflraphed. REGULAR PRICES Matinee, 10c-35c; Evening, 10c-40c. TIME OF SHOWING Matinee, 2 to 4: Evening, 7 to 9. SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE Winter Scenes From tot Ocean Bed You will see the monster that terrorized the seven seas speeding under water to its deadly mission. This is a Special Attraction. Nothing Like It on Earth. EXTRA ADDED SCHOOL FILM SHOWING WORK AMONG NEW CANADIANS IN WESTERN SCHOOLS. FLASHING SCENES FROM OCEAN. EARTH AND THAT SURPASS ALL THE DREAMS OF FICTIOft At the Colonial Monday and T ;