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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT T1ATLY HERAfJ) FIIIDAY, OCTOBEH 8, 1020 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE NEED FOR NATIONAL REVENUE ENHANCE INDIVIDUALS'WEALTH Farmers Present Strong Case and the average prica received by Ihe For Tariff Reduction at Sit- ting of Tariff Inquiry At- Saskatoon Oct (By Cana- dian Ucre en- ddrsed the stand taken by tlie'CaBa- dlan'- Manufacturers' association and. .ashed the jreteoUon of the protective tariff, before the session ot the Tariff commlsLson which opened in the city hall at p.m. today. Rep- resentative farmers 'appeared under the auspices ol. the joint council of agriculture and urged the 'reduction of the tariff on farm'implements and necessities of.Mlfe. The commission yiU hold sessions Saturday." Farmers" v Recommendations Tie commendations advocating the alteration of the present tariff sys- temi werejmade to the Tariff commis- sion at afternoon session today by the Saskatchewan Grain as- sociation as follows placing of all foodstuffs on free list and the removing of the import duty from lumber, cement, gasoline, kerosene, agricultural im- plements, farm and household mach- inery, yehicles and fertilizer. 2-r-The gradual general reduction of thejimport tariff with a view to malt- ing all Industries self-supporting and compRtent to produce at world values. artificial assistance is to be continued that it be by open, and direct methods making Its cost fullr evident, 4r-That as rapidly as feasible direct znetbods of taxation be substituted for indirect. above all ths need for na- i tional revenne should not be allowed io be exploited for private gains, j J. B. Musselman, central secretary fcf Jhe association, presented the state- ment. It began by .assuring the com- 'mission of the loyalty oE.the Saskat- chewan, farmers to 'Canada and to what they- believe to be In the, true national, interest'. Their requests for a change in the tariff are not actuated, ;Jt continued, a desire to further vocational clasB; interest a at the cost of others, bat for, what they, believe will be fairer-to [all legitimate (industries in Canada. throat to the nation's fundamental democra- tic have'come from tlie centres and not from the farm We are not it.was slated Ihe Its suppbrt popularizing direct methods of .tax- ation on Ihe groun'fiMhai. the 'greater the proportion raised 'hy direct taxation, thevgreater the Interest of ite masses In Securing good Not Opposed to Manufacturers .The assoclatiotrfurthsr Informed the commission .thatit believed that an informed agricultural population fully conscious of the responsibility of cit- Jizenshifl and persuaded that it is 'suffering no-legalized injustice from other 'classes, ofiera the only perma- "aent foundation for the Canadian na- tion and ..that any abnormally rapid development of the majiufactur" ing Industry under protection affords no such basis. Grain raising farmer, it Is evident ttat even (luring recent years, prosperity has been ccn- ftafil to those who have harvested more tnari an avenge crop. Cattle raising has, it continued, been uupro- fltable except in a fen- cases where public and free- pasturage has teen available. CONSIDER DISPOSAL OF GERMAN CABLES International Corpmunicattons Confer- ence Held at ada Represented WASHINGTON', OcL beasts ot burden for transportation by land and sea to the Immense labora- tories at Dayton, Ohio, and Vi'alUer- vlllp, Cunada. One ot the moat striking features ol t the display ti the reproduction of i magnificent laboratory at Here the artist has very ami impressively portrayed the popu- li-it> of Tanlac by introducing a group j of people iu all_vralks who are j ioukina at ihe "jauiac isDoraiory witii expressions of confidence, plainly in- dk-atlng their beliei and faith In tho medicine. Another distinctive feature is the bulletins accompanying the display. They tell briefly and concisely of Liarvelous growth and development of Tnnlae, until today 1) has- the largest salt; of niiy medicine of Its kind in tho These bulletins also quote var- ious standard medical authorities us to the therapeutic value and physiological effect of the menlclno.. Bottles a Day Flirting Often A Tonic To Careless Sweetheart Or In- (Mereni Kusaand Love la Like s of Poker- Never Show Your'Hand, Says Mildred Harris Chaplin. Mildred Harris-Chaplin, the star charming In "The Interior Sex" girls how to win the men o! their -how -loTd'-After they 'are married, and she says that the same plan will work in real, life, tor the.'play is bfsed on facts and COMEDY GALORE ON COLONIAL WEEK-END SHOW Comedy will be predominant on the Colonial Theatre's week-end show which will be offered today and Satur- day.- j The second of lha'laughable "Brine-1 Ing Up comedies wlll.ba a' big Him on tne bill. "Father's Close' Shave" Is the title ot this new comedy in which Jlggs, Moore 2Si -'the stis" 'fKHne'tfl life.. 'Jlmmjr Vitagraph comedian Is-starred-.in "Squeaks aud a.special Vitagraph two- reel comedy which will also be shown. Mlchelena will.top the bill n the One Bve name of and Jack Derapsey will be there witi the thrills in the latest jeplsoda of "Daredevil Jack." is Country Store Comment oh this Svent Is uu- qecessary, as It spells a good time for everybody From these bulletins one also learns j conditions of today. This picture', that the new'Taulae laboratories at i released by National, will shown at: the Em press theatre to-day Dayton ami Walkervllle have a com- bined daily capacity and that the medicine'Is now selling at the rate of approximately bottles per year. and tomorrow. "A certain amount ot reserve swill add -lest to-an'yJ said Mildred lUfris'-ChaplIn. i._._ ,_ from five of the allied and associated idfans Vere among the British dele- gallon. Foremost of the problems to be set- tled at .the. preliminary conference Is the. disposition-of the German cables system. Many strong local endorse menu, from those who testify as to the benefit they received, have appear- ed in the columns this paper. Tho. manufacturers of Taulac are ui ttiy ECiied by. Great Brlialn. Franca believers In newspaper-adverlls- Japan at the beginn.ng of tho war anil i and hare presented to tie United States proposes] public the merits ot their product In lo.clajm. a share. German cables to this ;way. Their total annual'appro- be allocated are estimated to total uriatlon' for nawspaper "spacb eiceedB miles. one million dollars, their copy ap- .BeHerment of press and commercial; pears li> practically'all of ths leading cotiimjmtcatlpn Is expsctel to be an daily ana weekly newspapers through- out the United States aii'd Tanlac is sold In -Lethb'ridg_e by John D. Co.; In "Coal- j '_ tr A man at sixty years of age is either- a- failure or a success. BEECHMl'SPitLS have bedi. i and have any medicine'' outcome of the conference. BROOKLYN t.EAH 1 REACHES CLEVELAND CLEVELAND, Oct. Brook- iyn.Dodgors, accompanied by "a Cewl neVspap'ernJeo and officials, of the] club, arrived here afternoon. The players went Immediately to their j hotel for luncheon alter which they; went to" League Park for practice. All' the men were in excellent condition. hurst by Diamond Drug's Stationery Store, and N. Der- essentially a 1'glrl show." Taking tho original party as a nucleus for the present .show, CauL Flunkett gathered together nil the famous trow thf other .divisional parties "as well froui of .tie twenty-eight con- cert _.wnltb.. he in Fraace. Tho result has been that Itis augmented "Maple ;5jrd 'oftQr- tog tba greateet j ol all-man "girl Their entertainment is a veritable riot of- VGirlsX .and .gorgeousuess, staged, as M." Plunkatt whose experience as a, director pver- seas has "irif aiuable In Held as a theatrical producer could present It; "Camouflage'' will be' tho attracllbh at ti a ;MaJest Id, theatre: for. i nights.'1 nest; Moujay Oetoter. iajeyery son'to JjeiteyeTthVt'lt'wUl'proTa the biggest sensation of" tho current theatrical season In thin city, as well as over ths entire of Canada. THE "MAPLE LEAFS" One of the most beautiful ensemble numbers In-.tho Leafs1" big musical comedy revue, the Colonial "ball, where all the. soys as belles This- dainty number and the big "rube" Jte To where. tJbe ;boys all protray old ample..eTMence of their; widej aad real .histrionic: ability. ;Although ithe bpyn of, the ible .bodied fighting men, each one a loug stretch', in ;the trenches prior to his liaTlng been chosen by Capt. FiunUett to eniertain his. comrades; overseas, ot "Camouflage" IB INDIGESTION dry on tongue. or ,with .hot or. cold water. feELIEF! .'Price, MACK BY scdTT BOWNC .v MAKERS Of SCOTT'S .'EMULSION was Elated as the Unique And' Attractive Display Celebrated Medicine Attracts .Much Attention Of chief Ih'e province and tho major source of her buying power and the prosperity of the country de ponds on its development. After declaring that tho association .Is not antagonistic to the manufac- turers, the statement continued, belieire that it is economically unsound and unfair to raise national revenue hy a method which affords the oppor- '.tunity. to enchance private' profits and that to make the-nced of raising reTcnue-the.excuse for sub- Bidlairig industriea Is wasteful and Immoral." Saskatchewan farmers have not ttade She proDts attributed In thorn, it .was said, and thatitaking into consld- ;Ari 'advertising display which hns attracted unusual, interest has been placed In the stow-window ol' J. D. Hlglnbotham'afJd Company, on Fifth street, hi this city, the local agency for the well-known and highly success- till. proprietary medicine, Tanlac. display is not only interesting frqm; an advertising standpoint, but Is educational, combining In an nt- tractlre-and artistic manner beautiful scenes from many foreign countries where -Ingredients. of this preparation are obtained; It has occasioned- such- favorable comment, in the city that Ule proprie- tors pf .'bo sto'ro state that it will re- main in their TWindpw several days longer. Work of "Great Artist The display is the work of one ot SHORT NOTICE1 OFV TOMORROW, OOT. 9 WADDINGTON'S AUCTION: ROOMSV T .'cpMMENfcING AT Z O'CLOCK JJROMPT-., f -FRANK- -INSTRUCTED BY; THE OWNER, WILL SEUI. AS-ABOVE A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR N1TORE and elfectfl, DINING SUITE in mission oak comprising Round Extension Table anil set 'of Dining' Clialre. CHINA CABINET in mission oak, Bod Davenport Vn good' condition; famod oak Library Table; Carpet Square, 9 x 12; niah'oganv Occasional Chairs; Lounge Ohalr in mission oak and leather; FUMED 'OAK SECTIONAL top and case complete; upholstered .Chairs; 7-'.walnut Checker FINE fumed oal; cahinet, records; 'quantity; of good quality STAIR SINGLE. BRASS BED jvlth coil springa and mat- Iress; Dcdrpoin Jlugs; Child's Cot and Mattress; Solid Oak Secre- taire; OAK DRESSER WITH OVAL two DresHers with bevelled oho solid Oak Morris 'chair; 'Bei complete; Coil Heater.'Gas' tures; Lawn-Mower; 1-Inch Hose Piping'anrl many sniallcr Items A SALE FURNITURE BOYERS SHOULD NOT'MISS: TERMS CASH. PHONES'770 America's greatest lithographic artists I H Nights Comtru THE SEASON'S BIGGEST REVUE HIT U' erfal Gist Actori Under patronage of General Sir David ..WaVsori, ''C.B., Commanding 4th Canadian Division in "trie Reid. Captivating (he finest cast of female Impersonators'on tour. !A RIOT OF COLOR, MIRTH, AND MELODY 'SEATS' NOW SELLING AT ARMSTflONG 4 RAWORTH'S PRICES-i75c, P.M. and the manutccturcrs of Tnnlae state I that the' total cost will exceed sixty; thousand dollars; which IE said to be i a record price for window displays. It' is In ten distinct nnil natural'colors, and presents scenqs from the Rocky as well as Jrom Asia, -Peru, Egypt and olher foreign i countries. j The natives are seen in their natural' habitat and environment, gathering the roots, herbs anil barks thai form the medicinal ingredients of Tanhic, i packing them upon the backs of eration the average grade and yield camels, elephants, llamas and other IMPORTANT AUCTION FARMING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS To be held at the Weeks' Ranch, half-mile East of Card3tors ON SATURDAY, OCT. IS, ffl COMMENCING At 1 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTGN INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE 20 Good Milch Cows, 15 Light Horses, 4 Heavy Horses, 17 1, 2 and 3-year-old Heifers, 7 Calves, 1 Registered Durham Bull AUCTIONEER'S PHONBS 770 AND 4C9, LHTHBRIOGE TERMS CASH MPRES TODAY AND TOMORROW A startling expose of married Iffc and domestic a story that chattered traditions and tells how to be happy though married. r' Do you want to' know how to win love? How to keep love? This bares the secret. Rlctiuc, but rot too rlskyl Her first picture for First Na- tional. i" INFERIOR SLX PHOENIX FRIDAY AND THe Comedy Klro j And the latest Photoplay in wTiJch 'CHILDREN ivi.-.-i.O' IF MAKE YOU SMILE YOU SHOULD 'i for there. .-iapmethinK :wrong, -with- i Doss marrfaaa 'ktll love! EVERY GIRL IN LOVE, EVERY MARRIED WOMAN EVERY MAN want to Know flow thla Is answered by the Star Charming VAUDEVILLE j AtoGiilieOsapSninSWderArms SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE TOMORROW DOMINION IN THE SCHOOLHDUSE THREE-DAY PROGRAM I OCTOBER 7, 8 AND 9 DAILY ati 3.30j Afternoon THURSDAY j, Opening Exorcises and Announcements Special Concert.....................Nowall Readings Koy'jlpperson Admission 76c Concort Company ;Kphert I'arker Miles' Admiasipn FRIDAY ........................Serbian Orchestrft Admission 75c Prelude Lecture Musical Concert Evening-- Concert Prelude Lecture.; Kfrliiaii Orcticstra I'ollltcnl TroW6ma FachiB John Hull and Uncle SFim.'r Capl. Korman Imrie Admisiion 'J1.00 SATUMDAY flarner .Tnbilen Singers Afternoon Prelude Humorous Readings.....................Uosellh Kiiapp Admission 76c Grand Closing "Jubilee Singers Admission ?1.0l) SEASON Chil- dren Attar noon opening day, Season. Tickets for ndnlta ad- vance to Buy your Season Ticket now. Tax cx'.ra, except In'Kaakntohewan, where .no lax Is levied, LETHBRIDCE 1st in cash. 100 other r TODAY AND SAT.: GREAT .CO'MEDY d from, Geo "Atc UP FATHEll Beatriz Michelejia? In 'The Flame of Beartrap' A dram'a of a woman who resorted to primitive to avenge tlie death of her lather, it's a thrllror. JACK DEMPSEY In '.'DARE- DEVlt. JACK" JIMMY AU6REY iii "SQUEAKS AND SQUAWKS" A ftcrSnmlngly funny Vltngraph comedy. 'i ..COLONIAL-, CONCERT ORCHESTRA Wllhont (nic'llpn one of th'c -greatest xhtiws wo have" over of- fertd'you.. Come earty'niul get n gooil floul. eM 40c; Children 15c, Sat, matinee for Kiddies, 10e. ;