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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'J PAGE Eicm- TMj forHBRIDGJB DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920 PREMIER BOESN1 ANTICIPATE NATIONAL RAILWAYS WILL BE ON A PAYING BASIS FOR LONGTIME O- Telb Calgary Audience There IB No Thought of Taking Over government would be ta a chaws of Mr. Mclzhen said that tha govera- nseat had not desired on Us own ac- count to. take over thi hasTy racpso- Eibillty ot.wraKiig a creot rairwaf sysUo. kit etents had forced the Is- CALOARY, Nov. "I aa he said. w. an ststement by Hon. Arthur i EO intoxicated wlla Cfcs Me ig hen on the government's polio lea j govern onentdp tkat we shall respecting railways and soldiers' ut-. owr thi tlement and. an appeal by Hon. J. Raflway. My.nflj k. tkat Calderfor.the at Ottawa while- tkat srvUan fc operaUi as of a strong government "based on I Ueiently. at It Is at tilfc time It sanity and moderation" featured the] stttutei In macy wan a for as cddresses of the prime minister and! to follow. It Is better the way it Is. at a thui embodied hi any government stem. any _ Our task lo make oar ow> the minister ot Immigration 1'jochecE to their honor here Ibis atternooEX' About 500 men and women _ ye're preeest. wlU tkce to think Mr. Meighen declared that'the man-[ of getting mtd waters where we hava road, as eSclent xt can make it, of- tho Canadian, National Railways' was free from all govern- ment interference. "It Is he "to establish and maintain sacred the principle that the management of tho road Is in reality the management :and must lake full responsibility; _8nd that the" only interference by the- Greek HadGone Canadian the hanker, has pre- .'sented the.French Natural History .Museum, with pounds for the restoration of the build- tag. '.A Greek by'bfrth and a Frenchman naturalltation who :.'recolro-' a no to be." The prime minister held .out a 6 hope that the Canadian National would he oa a paying basis for a long.time to OOMM. Much ot the raid was mlontiaUon and other purposes, and much of it was through' territory which would not pay expenses ror years. The only thing was to operate the roads, fitand th3 loss, and niake as few as possible Ih'e years between present deficit and future surplus. Mr. Meighen etated'that everything In the way of patronage and every- thing "extraneous to business prin- ciple had -been eiintinated ruthlessly from the operation of "tha soldiers' land'settlement scheme.' More than men had .been settled, but this work would be doubled or trebled be- fore" completion. He did not at pres- ent anticipate extension of the scheme to -others than soldiers, but the ben- ent to agriculture and to Canada gen- erally from the settlement on tha land of many thousands ot returned men would "he Incalculable. Gaidar expressed his belief that It was essential that Canada should have' "a strong government BritisTi; knighthood for iwar services, with a good majority in the house ol .jie was'strolling through the museum, to deal wifh the urgeul .recently, when he said to an attendant i questions of the next few years: 'II ''The' placo wants repairing. I'll give for these rooms to-be retuDL" The attendant thought he had a mad- roan, to deal Tvlthj and cent for Pro- lessor. Man gin, the. curator." _ Sir Basil -j'nlled out'his' checque-hook, and lean- Jng'.pn a ahow case wrote a chenne francs. .He then hurried awayVleaving Si. Mangln with the slip ot paper in his hand. INEARTH CLEARING HOUSE FOR STOLEN PAUL ST. Nov. 9. Posing as pur- rthed chasefsr ol stolen States secret officers today unea what they term' for stolen bonds and through wnlch they charge more than 4 worth passed and Clyda A. Smith and Mrs. both 6t Min- neapolis, are' the- county Jail hete. Smith, according to ageiits, has con- fessed. When Smith was arrested at Roch- ester late yesterday he had worth ot stolen bonds In his posses- sion, secret service amenta say. Mrs. Bearse was arrested at the same tone ill .Minneapolis. RESERVES FALL NEW YORK, Nor. actual conditldn of clearing house banks and tfnst.companies for tho week shows a deficit'. In reserves of due to a decrease from last week of below legal requirements. Prominent Visitor to A crowd of teeaptayBt, lined B; Ihe pJaon at WILUNG T.TAKE MINERS'PLACES has Just' recently arrived from Bel- whore he has beon In vtritty since tie 600D AT COLONIAL 'MiifteVUlebill U being___ at the Coloulal (or the' list Umo to-. 4ay. Included on the show are aeU: Al remark- able violinist; Billy Soeacer A Co., lo a tvnUsc noveltr; WUllanis -i j %i story ani teg notch have la tbe very firtt rank ot tke seam's predtctlou, tbev. undoubted- kave to Include Sea" and place H neer For tkts ranwal drama not CnlT con- tain B atl these elements, nua high edaoatfoaal value as well.' The plctiri which' comes to the Col- ouial 'for two days commencing for this wmk Is a stirring itqrjr. of lore and Sntritm both under and above the sea. This sands peculiar bat It a fact, for scenes were not only taken on the beautiful Islands ot the West IndlM, but on I he ocean feed where cvuMmble of the action talrat eh- homecmtag tour ot and 111 draw larte audiences ere their, retern. A number of features hare added to the reduction of Including avmfcer-of new song numbers ehanottrs have aUo been added cist. Including of ihe orl- lial wto i perhaps h's continued, to avoid the present political group; h parliament, bnt ono party. Bhoo.14 seul to Ottawa with a clear xnajor- ly and with clean cut policies. It Is ssential that party hoiild" stand fo'r sane, reasonable, moderate.measures; that it should be irogresslve, with its progress along ines of -sanity and "moderation; and hat It should stand for policies which would berienl all the people and not land for any classes or factions ara- ing the people." Mr. Caldor asserted hat patronage had .been eliminated rom the government's conduct of public business. "For he ed, "I have been a member of union government. Before that time for foar years I tras an; sinber-ot- a provincial tovemment. and I know the difference between the old political game, as It Special Measures Will Be The Brooks District (Calgary Herald I With a view ;to investigating the advisability of enclosing and pro- tecting the antelope'.running'wild In the Brooks and.Lake Muir Dominion Game Warden H. B. Slb- In company with other otR- clals, spent the past week going oTer the ground and counting the nun- berg of animals In the different herds In that area Intenrlewed by a Herald representative Monday, Mr Sibbald said that It Terr llkelr that the government, In consequence of the data would make the necessary arrangements for these protective measures. Near Lake Muir he counted U In one herd, and In a'herd seen.on the old Cameron raisS, one "of the old Noble ford, farms, at. the mouth of the tittle Bow river, 42 animals were counted Mr Sibbald said, howeTpr, that It had been reported to htin that ,100 antelopes had been counted In Here the Ion and fauna of under- sea life arc shown hi all their pristine beauty. Giant octopuses battle" with divers, sharks flash their razor'like ana, bwaUM schools ot dart past actors at work, and all around Is tke wonters ot tat deep sw gardens, heretofore hsv: cslr- baaa viewed from above through glass bot- tom txxtta. The. swlmnitog of Miss Betty HO- bum, beautiful lady of the Is an aa- tertalnment la Itself. Miss Rlllbvn Is not a swlsuner, she could undoubtedly of the so-called aqnallc stars a race for tint honors. Several times during the action at picture she Is called np- on to do aome exceptional work IB the water, and her retponse Is marveloas A cast of. screen artists who hive been with festnra plays sap. port Hiss HfilbOT. Dorothy Dalton In Her New Pictee, was played and the mariner In whichj'ne former herd by the Inhabitanta i.i_ __i and 76 antelopes K the tmslncssSof Canada has been con- ducted last CITY 1' AND DFSTRICT Express Thankt The local committee of Canadian the was quite likely to be the correct figures for the com- plete herds Enclosed herds had already been established in Saskatchewan, ndrih of Medicine Hatband tar'.'ls eal to have been afforded .the best oppo tunlty yet to display his ta Wanda HawlsyMs-'th'e woman. James Cnue dtrArted. Is a Paramount Artcraft picture an a laughable ralnp of Vlvr snd husbands and a deslgitng litti THE DEVIL'S PASS KEY AT. COLONIAL WED. AND TMUR CpLOrSIAL tONlGHt tPENCCR AND CO., AL ALB1RT ANO'VALENTINC CUE STEAD AND SI 6 Feature Photoplay Coiwa'rt Cotenlil' ScrWn children Valentine, a team ol colored corned- lus, and Sm Stead and Sis In a masaol act IB dp to stao- MCTHE SHUI PO4.LARO COMtDY "THE MOON Ml OCRS" Tfonne Bagrange, of an _ Birlnft author, nnds nersftlf; deeply I debted to Madame Malot, a 9chemln modiste, whom she owes Bfty thous- and francs. At the proper tine, Mad- -me Malot springs ner trip aid tells ap tho big successes ot this year the girl of a young American; Hugh which tor pure novelty, Interesting New Lord Mayor London Randolph, who wDI par her; debts. Dcsperato, the girl goes to the man. Handolpfi, realizing the girl is Inno- cent and unsophisticated, klndhesrted- ly refuses her the telHnf her that he has exhausted his Income. H6 advlscB her to tell her ibaband ot her debts, at the same lime informing her to call upon him if Madame Malot gets nasty. Knraged. the modiste allies hergelt j with Hugh's former eeeklng to discredit him and at the same time i Implicating the girl. Tha schemers are foiled, however, and tie modiste is forced lo receipt TTonneVWllf. How Bagrange achieves nccejs as 2 playsrisU by tia ' of his wife on the stage, and how, up- on learning her part, he a dlv- hut Is reconciled npoin learning j lho true fact from Randolph, presents a sequence o( events in a manner only I characteristic of von Strohelm. Again he shows his mastery at handling del< Icalo sllutiions, hit mailer) hand be- ing ovlilcnl thronghpnt the drama. Aid. James Holls, toril Mayor-elect of London, Kug., who started life as an office boy lit an Insurance conv pany of which became tt director.' THE a most Ruccesaful run through- Out the middle west' and British Col- the famoiis 'drVlsfon "Maple txsafe" wflj.fttr rstoni here the Majejllc theatre for one nlghL Monrtay, Nov. I5lh. SI' This "popular soldier enter- (alnern have estatjlfsheJ record for INK5HT ONLY i IX I III ENGAGEMENT FpdM Under patronage of General Sir OayM WaUcn, C.S., D.S.O. paying a serJM return alter a record-break- Ing ran thmmhovrt the Middle West and British Columbia. _ New. Song New Ever Seat Nov. 11th at Armstrong Raworth'sl LAST TIMES TODAY ion IN The Dark Mirror Scene after, scene ot romance, thrills' and mystery. A good comedy and other pic- tures. j Coming Tomorrow, IN "MRS. TEMPLE'S A picture that's one long lin gering Hugh i WATCH PICK FORb' AT Triejr, EMPRESS SOON Great Special Attrs Wed. and Thurs, This Week Wonder A photodrama of greatest by man who who knows YOU know. Human, because it it i true and because it some people YOU KNOW WELL, in the one crisis of their lives. YOU SAID Wheri you near the end of wonditnra drama you'll be on the edge of your scat, unable to take your from the .creen. It'. REAL! It's HUM- AN! It's DEVIL'S You'll think you're there! The at the Thea- tre Francait, the gay boulevards, the glittering shops, the whirl of society, in the mid it of it all, an Ameri- can Blsywrljht and wife, admlr- td and famous and suddenly, storm cen- tre of frightful scandal that sets all Paris by (he ears. PASSKEY." See it without fail. Genius doesn't show every day. re fco ADDED ATTRACTIONS great basebail picture, "HOW BABE RUTH StOR- RUNSt 4 1 Special Orchestral Concert Feature Comedy, ROMEO" AN OIL CAN dren, 25 ;