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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAIU'.H 28, 192t THE LKTHMIIUGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Were Lust to Get :i All Civil Servants Here to 'Hold Mwting A mooting of indignation juid pro- was held by thu Kndnrated Postal Workers of tho oity on Sunday night, at 5 o'clock, In tho let tor car- rlsri' room In the iwst ofliet; build- The moetlnK, which Included the letter carriers and tho clerks, was to protest against tho 25 per cent, reduc- tion in tho bonuses hitherto paid. It wfu; held In reply to instructions from the cxecutlro of tho Dominion foiisr- fcted hody In Toronto. It Agreed at the meeting that tiie present reduction was unjust, Jn that the coat of living had not de- clinod Hufllelontly to warrant It. It argued that the bonuses vrere not granted until two yours after the war and, thte being the caao, the post- al workers should have been tho last to come into tho consideration in the reduction of the bonus. It was con- tended, in view oil tho fact that tho Alberta government and the B.C. gov- ernment had taken uo action in reduc- ing the civil service bonus, that the action of the Dominion government in the circumstances was inexplic- able. The following resolution was draft- ed and wired to Premier Meighon: 'We, the united poBtul workers of Lcthhrirlge, AHa., at a special meet- ing called on instruction by the feder- ated body, unanimously protest deci- sion of tho House re reduction of Civil Service bonus, as cost of living has nut decreased sufficiently to war- rant a.ciy The resolution was carried without a dissenting "voice. It is probable that another meet- ing pf'protest will bo held this eve- ning by ,tho united members nf tho Civil or' tho city, at the G.AV. V.A. Club, it1 tho premises ar0 avail- able. GRASSHOPPERS MAKE SPUING APPEARANCE IN BRANDON DISTRICT BRANDON, Mir dim- nation of araMhopptn It prob- lem again confronting the farm- erf. A. P. Wilton, whom farm li five of the elty In the Aealnboine valley, that Thurxlay, were quite thick on the lite of the hill where the enow had melted. V GREEKS CAPTURE AFIUN-KARAHISAR CONSTANTINOPLE. Mar. nouncoment ot the fall of Afiun-Kurt- p hisar, the Important junction point on the Hagdart railway, where tho branch I from Smyrna the main line, was insult) here thla afternoon. This is one of the two objective! at which the Greek offensive against tho Turkish Nationalists haft been aimed, the other beliiK Eski-Shehr, the junc- tion point on the line to Angora. It was reported from Greek sources last j night that the Turkish troops worn r evacuating Eski-Shehr. j HOLIDAY VAUDEVILLE SHOWS AT COLONIAL TONIGHT A classy show will be offered at the Colonial Theatre tonight and Tuesday, four fine acts of vaudeville, and a special feature photoplay being on the t bill. Amons the acts will be seen Law- rence and Harvey In a neat dancing specialty act: Edyth Snyder in a cJerer flinging specialty; Deems ami Daris, a team of up-to-date comediens i in their original sketch "A Debate on and Lea Boyces in a sensat- ional acrobatic novelty act. Mary Miles Mlnter will be featured in her latest production "A Cumber- DETROiT.-JIar. that the! trend of industry definitely is up- ward, was; reiterated here today by j Henry Ford. everywhere are manifest." lie said, "that the bot- tom of tho business depression hao been reached and passed." He pro- dieted the Ford company shortly j would be operating ar fuir time pro-1 duction basis. Orders for April, ho aggregated nearly or 10.- 000 more- thau those for the month SHELLING INSURGENTS HALLE, Germany, Mar. al artillery taiviug a prominent part today in dealing; with the insurg- ent in this disturbed sec-, tion of Prussian Saxony. The artillery shelled the Commun. ists who were Kroupeii on tiis lillls to the west of Eislelien, (IlanorsInK them. After a brief engagonient (he town of Saiignrhiiiisen was occupied by fed- eral forces which now control" that place. SASKATCHEWAN SCHOOL INSPECTORS IN SESSION REOI.VA, March school inspectors in conference here today, decided to ask tho minister of education to recognize an inspectors' council of three wlr.h fuithoritv net for the inspectoral body in any discus- slon with the education relating to the proper carrying out of their work. It decided to draw the attention of the minister to I the question inspectors with an opportunity of studying tho application of intelligence fests in the schools of the province. COLD WAVE STFUKKES MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CHICAGO. Mar. cold wave Which today was moving eastwari over .tiio Mississippi and Ohio r'hn valleys, caused widespread damage to some of the frnit growing sections of tho middle west. The. damage wa; especially severe in Southeastern Mis- nouri and Saufhern Illinois, fruit trees bding in bud and winter wheat; with- out the protecting blanket of the win- ter snows suffered. SUGAR TO ADVANCE AGAIN MONTREAL, Mar. ad- vances in the wholesale of sugar may bn expected In tho near future, following the advance made by refin- ers on Thursday last from to Stl per hundred pounds, is the opin ion of local sugar men. DEFALCATION WINNIPEG, Afariih 28. Loss through alleged defalcations of Char- les Steel, former .secretary of tho fivran Rural Credit Society about according to a statement issued by C. Clifford, supervisor, following an audit of the rural credits department by the provincial government. Prop- erty which Steel has turned over to the. society, will provide sufficient equity to cover all the alleged loss, aa f'ar as Is known. ESOS CHEAP THEY'RE FED TO PRISONERS SASKATOON', March are solllag in.-tliG city at 22 1-2 cents a dozen. Travel- lorn report that farniurs ill tlio oountry dlKtricts arp, selling thorn at 15 cents a. KRK broakTawta aro now sc-rvod tn prlsonors iu tho cnlln. land Homaiicn." a fine Him portrayal of .lohn Fox, Jr.'s famous book. With u nno line up of and orchestral music, the whole show will be right up to the mark. "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" GREAT FILM PORTRAYAL Coming to the Colonial Wednesday and Thurtday This Week. When Alien Holubar, assisted by Olga l.inek Kclioll, wrote "Onco to Kvery Woman" as :i starring vchid" for Dorothy Phillips, there was no in- tention to preach a sermon or point u a view of providini; a drama Unit] would appeal to the oublk 1... its sym-1 'pathetic iiuallty, human naiiire and gentle humor, und to permit Mijis Phillips to exercise that skill and art- istry that have made her beloved by all theatregoers. "Once to Kvery in other! words, wan written to entertain the public. Hut in spite of this, there is.; no one who can see this phutodramaj without, realizing the benefit of Us! human wisdom. Any man or .woman i will leave the in ;i moral and mental .statu after viewing this production, and no can afford to not have her daughter sod this romance of today. I The story ot Aurora i role portrayed by points the same muni! convoyed by "The Bluebird." H s'iows that true happiness is to bo found at home, where lore is genuine and affection real. Only in "Ones to Kvery Wom- an" the authors have made use oi" no allegorical character.-, or incidents. The characters iuo of to- of tho average man and woman in the audience, and the situations are modern and thoroughly human. The story shows tho futility of seeking for happiness through so1'- ish motives and the shallowness of throuKh Fliiahliu; scram from ocean, narth worl.lly ,ky (bat all the dreams Tin' IIIHSDII Is gtiiuly lirniiKht home of flctiun. throuch n scrlw of inont enler-! to floor of the ocean amouK ihmrki. They require neither life lines nor tlr (ilpei to connect them tho condensed ui- tunku, they visit wonderful marlnu and corul caverns where human feet norer VPH- tured before. Century old wrecks are found and searched for loot trcamtrcs. tulnlnie Incldciiti that mukn "Once to Mvfiry which IB to nhown at the Colonial theitni on Wcdneiiday and week, a suceoMsor tit Mhn Phillips' former BUCOOHSCS, "The Honrt ol Humanity" and "'1'hn UlKht to Happiness." JULES VERNE MASTERPIECE HOLIDAY OFFERING AT KING'S Ho" men walking on tho bottom of j There is a terrifying combat fath- the, oi'can. ami many other wonderful OIIIH deep, between Captain Nemo ami Klrat only photo drama'a KUint octopus crushing a pearl illvuri over Illmcd allowing (he greatest Us monster tentacles; positively' ruveritia ever seeu in motion uic-1 tho most thrilling spectacle ever lures. j photographed. EMPRESSJdaysstartingToday SPECIAL ATTRACTION This Week DOROTHY PHILLIPS The amazing talo ot i crook and u iiiil- ioimire who lookeil vxactly alike. tVhen the sharper rfidnupped his dou- blfi, took over hln wealth and hin .iweetheart, then hmghed at his vic- tim's return----- You'll want to see .illtil thrilling game Jnishcd! WITH MARGARET LOOMIS presents WALLACE RCIO in. 'ALWAYS de ta winttn'i lite comw a certain II .VIM tnomwt. Once in lifetime some. comts to her