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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGF FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1920 Interprets fet Empire Government I Intended To Mean NOT, As- ieclated Times today dis- .cusstng tie calling ot tha conference of premiers of the empire for uejt June, possibly in Ottawa, points out that this gathering was foreshadowed as long ago as May, 1917, in a resolu- tion -which gave a clear view of the International position of the com- ponent parts ot the empire as a col- lection of self-governfng states bound together by (he common tie of the crown and conducting tie' eomhion affairs of the national partnership through periodic consul tat Ion 9 ot their leaders- TKM conception of empire, the Times adds, has certainly captur- ed the imagination of the dominions, tot the importance of It Is far joo SEND CARS TO DRUMHELLER CALGARY, Nov. C. N, R. officials here report tint 153 were supplied yesterday and that iflOt tons ot coal were shipped. They hope to get an alnxwt equal number Into the valley lodav. They claim a breakdown some- where in the east (Or the shortage. South ffiadeod Petition For An Irrigation Dist B. C. LIQUOR LAW EDMONTON', NOT. Petitions frcM ratepayers la tbe country south of Uacfeod asklug for the formation lot a new Irrigation district, have beyi (received by Ox minister o( j works and are being considered with a view to proceeding onrfer the irr act. The dbtriet will' he SEATTLK. Nov. j tho territory to be served lying south .Miclwxl town and west of tho Jlta'e HkiogBhted In England as yet. inB'00 Donald, federal prohibition director Walertown and Belly rivers. Water for Uasbiigtoa. said today'that he! win be taken from Wntertoa river. Dominion government survey- ors hava made a'survey of the ground adian officiate, to on what Curing the past summer and have re- IM may in stop- ported that tho project is entirely ping whiskey runners from enlarluK JsasiMe. About will be tbo United States along the Wash- included in the area to be served br had arranged a conference in Van- couver, a G, next week with Can- Thefo hait, it thinks, been tendency efnce etching of the peace treaty for, dominions to. slip back Into a hi their fopre- I by tBe British government H fetcrtaJlona! affairs. This Is no. more than natural as all the dominions. Savd been-absorbed in the re-adjust- ment of their Internal affairs since the war, the Times says, bnt adds that it is eodrlnc'ed that tho dominions will not be 15 return to their pre-war international stains. In their view earpire government must be a government by consultation between equal a principle which was tried In war time and found workable. .FORCE JEWELLER TO DIVULGE THEN BOBBED SAFE 5" water. the district about 'half rcvads from Canada Into the state of the sfse of (be, Lethbrtdgs Northern. m.a? be uscd by u the" department finds tha automobiles bringing 'in contraband liqudr. TOEONTO, Nov. gun- men held" op Nathan Jacobs, Vonge 1 sWBet Jeweler, 'n bedroom over fid BfSfe (faring the night and after !d snoot him. force'1 !ilm to hand orer his keys anil wr'loi down the ctanbUiiiors his Then they bonnd nim-ha'nd to uis bed, gagged him arid walSed down- stairs, opened the safe and stole S1.500 In diamond xlngs and in :cash.: READY TO POUNCE UPON UNION JACK NfcW YORltj Nor.- Mclfanus was "i j j iS. _ and sufficiently signed, steps i will be taken shortly to organize the Ooreretneat sals ot Hniiof, recently; district and make preparations for a Luubrlted to British Columbia, prohibition" officials hero add- I ed worry, they bcllovo that lltinor may be obtained with much greater freedom...-' ARE NEGOTIATING; NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK, sales: C. P. R. Nov. U. S. Steel, NOT FIGHTING TORONTO, NOT. are nego- tiating, not said Premier ?eaterday afternoon as he hnr- v: S. preferred SHANNONVILLE M. 0. KILLED BELLEVILLE, Nov. John Moore, aged (5, of Shannonville. rted away from-the parlismwt build- a wen-known Hastings cbnnfy Ings to catch a train Ha stayed his was Wltd this morning when progress long enongh to add; "It a c" in which he was rMlng wa3 looks brighter." f struck by an express train near Thur- ,These remarks had reference to the ,Iow Station- continued deadlock over the question t ot the fifteen thousand horsepower j CONSTABLE VERY LOW whteh Ontario Hydro-EJectrio com- WINNIPEG, Nov. this afternoon thft Provincial Constable James Uttley, shot the raid on the Stockyards Hotel unj WASHINGTON, Nov. Realr Admiral Wm. ShnB of the United missed aid Tnomas Wal.h was states nary, want, hit distinguished i yesterday, when they, appeared in i serrice nMat awarded him for his part 'or recovery. paay wanta from the Electric Develop- ment company. In the meantime tho users ot hydro- electric "conimisslon power have to get along' without the extra promised Thursday morning, was reported as poWer. The chief trouble, it is under- iolding ont little Btoodr ti era the qvestion of determin- ing the price to be paid for the horsepower. On this, Sid Adam Beck afid the company cahnolf agree. ADMIRAL MUST CALL FOR MEDAL IF HE WANTS IT WOULD HAVE BRITISH EMBARGO LIFTED J. D. McGregor, prominent ______ livestock dMler, of Brandon. Man., who of the opinion that the time Is .the government ot Canada a strong eland, and government for the e( Uke embargo on Canadian cattle: A CENOTAPH AT TORONTO TORONTO, 'Nov. wfll have a cenotaph, accord- ing to declarations by Mayor T.LL. Chnrea today. Thero Is also some talk of making November U a permanent civic hctidar, or at least, of submit- ting the question to the ratepayers.. THE "MAPLE LEAFS" RETURN The fourth division theatrical unit, the "Maple will again present their delightfully entertaining musics! revue, "Camouflage" in tola city, for they are billed to return to the Majes-; tic theatre tor one night. Monday, No-! veraber loth. Since the last appearance of the company here they hate been mater- ially strengthened by the addition of foar comedians and Captain Plun- kett has prepared several new and novel song numbers for the present series of returns. Pat Rafferty. known to every soldier in Prance and admittedly the biggest favorite of all the many good come- dians uver there, has Just rejoined the troupe, having given np a post'war latest episode, and tha Concert Or- chestra. Toaisht (Friday) will also be Country Store Vodvil Nlte. "EXPERIENCE" COMING aptly described M the Sat play Iu Amorica, now In Its seventh season of remarkable prosperity, will be presented by P; Kay Corastock and Jlorrla (Seat at the Majestic oil Tues. aad Wed., Nov. 23 and 24. The career of "Experience" In the past few -years has been little less than remarkable and the announce- ment ot the this big dra- matic and comedy success U sure to result In' capacity houses. Seven years ago Messrs.'Comstock and Gest produced this play for the first Hmo ponitlon In Holland in order to betaui1 siuce then it has played In most back with the old bnnch more. SUBMARINE MELODRAMA "GIRL OF THE 8EA." NOW ,PLAYING AT COLONIAL of the moat unusual attractions ever shown loeaBy will be tho' feature "Ctrl of the the snbraariDe melo- drama, wUch..itUl be presented at the and Saturday, From utart to Uatsh oJ "Qiri of the Sea" Umli-.iiot a dull monieat, jthrill In rapid.' succession. Many of jtha scenes taken on tho bottom of thb ocean, one. of the most renarkaMe betog an actual light be-! a deep sea diver and sa oclo-' pus.: The UfdenwA scenes were taken I by the patented Williamson device, which, by means of the marvellous panatus, allows tha camera to b-3 lowered to the bed of the ocean and of (he big cities of United SUtes from coast to coast, and has enjoyed remarkable endorsement from press and clergy everywhere it baa been sented. KOw for 1U seventh season tho managers: have'provided a comk plete new steiilc production and new ocfttumes: for the ladles in the com- pany. Tho cast has been selected with treat care and wilt be one of the strongest that has ever presented Ihii wonderful morality play. TOM MIX SCORES Bid SUCCESS IN "ROUGH RIOINQ ROMANCE" AT THE PHOENIX At list night Tom Uu played to a crowded house at hotb performances and this shows that he undoubtedly the greatest' western star tkat tie lovers have evei seen. Tom -iiii's iatesl photopKv. tha "Rough Riding wh1. la peiiig showed at 'the Phoenix, fui You should ccr- It not only con daring cowuoj stuiits but It givos you mate idea- of -bow'trboy would act in two more days only. ialnly go to tee tt. tains extraordinary society which In natural. It very'.conilcal. U ibe red blood Iu your veins whea YOU soe Urn picture. It Is a bltt baai story o( human en sine. Don't "forget, at tht Phoenix tonight and tomorrow only. Corno early. of tha NO GRAIN IN ST. JOHN ELEVATORS ST, JOHN, N.B., Nov. is BO grain In the local elevators al- though a' small quantity is expected to arrive over the C. P. H- by the first of next week. Local shipping people and others are somewhat at'a loss to conrt on charges arismg from the British flag Incident Wednesday night i mob Irish' sympathisers stormed the Capitol Theatre. evidence' was offered that Mc- Manns was implicated hi tBe attempt to remove the Union Jack from the front ol the theatre where together dls- with other. allied. Hags, it was played for decorative pnrpdsts fc necHon wtllt an gram. The management of the Uraafre naif talten down, all allied Hags; conHnfnf fits decorations to the American flag. EmJssarlM of the disturbers hung awirnJ ticlnily of the theatre Bni refurSefi late fa the day J when they Were Convinced no TJrrfon Jack would be d I In i ee ed to the of i are being routed shippjsfl from Port- pirt Whlla annDWeement of the list awarded for P naval'service, made yesterday at tke capitol. Admlral Siatl declined to accept the award last year a. a protest against of hftnor list gotten np by the Secrebiiy of IIS Navy Danieir The list of award's as nnairr made pnblic today did not differ from that announced by Mr. Daniels last year prior to the 'senate Invettjgation on the subject, except that it is longer, the protest of Admiral Sims being ut- terly disregarded. tHEAR CAPTURED ANO PARIS, Nor. 10. French officers .and soldiers taken prisoner hy Turlu last May jrbeat Boianti, Anatotia, was captnred ibj; the tJationsilHi! and had been given up for lost, have been heard frOrn tirdteh the Amerl- can eonunlsBtdn for relief in the Near jEast, .MOT MUCH 'EVIDENCE- Nov. Assessment BLEW UP MONUMENT ERECTED BY GERMANS BRUSSELS, Nov. 12 monument which "creeled by. the Germans at Coulilet, neai" Belgium In commemor- ations of the battle of Charlerdl) blown up (iyriamlte by order of the municipal authorities yesterday, the sttond anniversary of the slonlng of the armistice. An attempt to monu- ment wa. recently by pri- vate individual.. GENERAL 8TH1KE ORDER PARIS, Nov. French eratlcn of Miners .todajr decided to tend out strike order nnlMs the "companies agree to the discos- al of thd late Senator1 W- Shatfort si on proposed by the federation con-, will take place on Tuesday at cerntng an increase of the miners' from the residence, 1287 Davie wages before midnight tomorrow. The'street, to Mountain View cemetery. FUNERAL OF SENATOR VANCOUVER, funer- Shoots Own Father To Save Step-Mother athur than see his sweetheart's mother murdered. Jason Honeycutt hoots his own father in "Heart 0' he adapted from lie 'story y Join Fox, Jr., starring Mary Piik- ord, and which "is being Fie Empress theatre today and tomor- iw. The marriage, otths Widow Hawi Ste-ve Hoheyculi .was bitterly 6p- by the. children who knew that Uw 'elder Honeyc-iitl's love pleas were lotntng more tfian trickery to enable ilm to marry the widow in order'.to- get control of her valuable Kentucky mountain lands. Ills production is Miss Plcfetord's atest from her own studios of which lor mother Is the business manager. She fcaj ttis'cnlque feat of mixing heart larobi: with chncUes n 3 most delightful' manner in this attract WD, and the management'of :he Empress theatre predicts that 'Heart 0' the one of he most pleasing of Mary PlckfonS's ong Hst of A special two reel'Sunshine com- edy, "Chicken a which Is said to be one of the season's fast- est comedies, together with Mutt fc Jeff, and other splendid pictures, will complete the bill. operated there in the takliu scenes. Pretty Betty plays the leading role of the "Girl ot the Sea." She swims like t, and It at home in the water as on dry land. Colonial patrons will aisoredly witness one ot the nxur amajtnj productions of alt timo wimu they see "Girl of the Sea" today or tomorrow: Other good things on the same bill .wfll-fnclnde "Loafers and a; two-reel Jack Dempiwy la "Daredevil Jack's" strike, If called, will become effective Monday. FINES OTTAWA, Nov. is stated un- officially" here that fines imposed.for failure income tax are lo be Rev. M. H. Jackson will officiate.' LIQUOR LAW ENFORCEMENT TORONTO, Kov. Premlef Drury hinted today that the government would bavd an important' announce- less ten dollars per head. No announcements is forthcoming, I ment in a day or two with reference however, from the finance department. James Forman of indaratood that Sir Henry Dray- to government action in-life.better en the 0. T- A. He to answer" any questions cliyV id a rejort on the ijhestion of 'high, rente In Toronto, states that "there are few cases where rent prof- iteering conld be proved." Out of housed infesilealed, he eaya, there are about thirty where i "tho rental charged might be con- blgV.hs that tbeoe phly any able increase over what might taken as a.normal be LAXATIVE -2 PILLS A CATHARTIC SPILLS A PURGATIVE The Way.Mllbum's Laxa- Liver Pilli Work Yon _wlil neVer trry of the old griping, nanseatlng, sickening, purr- ing pills, coritalfilnB1 as My tali- rnel aod other drastic mineral lents, once yon nse Mlibum's Laxa- Liver, a pffl that is purely vegetable. Owtng to the great care Used in Jirocurlng the highest grade of drugs from which they are mannfactured they are aa near perfect AS it .1.1 The tfceatre ttMt never rta TODAYS AND-TOMORROW, TOM MIX In Drarnatlo Cyclone of Western Roma The Rom (omance n U Is tbe jfcory of a bold who ftt to dlBthrono a KInj, and p! course he wins the great gamn NOVELTIES ON VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT? MONDAY AND TUESDAY Tlie Internallonal Trio in a classical and popular will top the Hip vaudeville, show at the Colonial on Monday nnd Tuesday next. The per- eonnel of the trio follows: Mms. Renfsliy, prlmma donna soprana, Miss Moresky, violinlste'virtuoso, and Prof. Cassalcky, virtuoso cello and accom- panist. Their act is beanUfull cOs- tumed and ably presented. An ex- tenstro reperlalre .of; classical and popular numbers Isjglven by the trio. Other acts on the bill will include Hays ami 71 ays, a diio of clever com- edy entertainers; Little an ogilo Japanese in Borne remarkable acroliaiicis am] juggling novelties, and Henderson and DiJpbnt In "Laughs A La Carte." photoplay will bo "Lite'fi starring Bessie Barrlscale. All loW, Monday and Tuesday's sliows at.'the Colonial will he worth seelnK. EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow MARY PKXFORD In her -third picture for FIrtt National "HEART 0'THE HILLS" A great open mountain story, of the feuilist Sghls.ol the old Kentucky mountaineers. SPECIAL ADDED SUNSHINE COMEDY "CHICKEN A LA CABARET' A scream in every foot. "MUTT AND JEFF" and other pictures. The otie good FOX NEWS AND SUNSHINE COMEDY BEACH'S FAMOUS STORY, "THE SILVER HORDE" COLONIAL S COUNTRY STORE VODVIL MTE the Colonial Friday ant) week. MilMIC 1 Hon., Nov. 15 RETURN ;ENQAOEMENT FROM THE COAST mmw t -inal j ift UKM-' m ;Ca5t_ r Actors. Under patronage of General Sir- Watson, K.C.M.O., U.H., u.a.O. New playing.a of return engagements after a record-break- in i run throughe'trt the Middle Weil and British Columbia. _______Mew Song Thah Ever. aU now'tellfefl'at Armstrong t A 12 IbMiwe'hirkey. And scores of other good prizes. COME EARLY COME EARtY t TODAY AND SATURDAY THE DEEP SEA SENSATION TRhie most exciting; tense, ripping staged The Diver Devilfish See them'in "GIRL OF THE SEA" A PICTURE THAT IS PACKED WITH THRILLS ALSO JACK DEMPSEY in "DAREDEVIL JACK" AND MONTGOMERY and ROCK in "LOAFERS AND LOVERS" Comedy COMING NEXT WED. and THE TREMENDOUS ORURY LANE MELODRAMA "THE BEST OF LUCK" lly Cecil llnlelgh, Henry Hamilton and Arthur Collins. Aloro vxcllhig than "The Whip." Jtorc llirtlliiig than "Clicuk- era." Walch and wait (or it.'- ;