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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE TtTF> T FTFTPRTIX7E HKKAI37 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920' PHOTOPLAYS I! PKESIbENT'OF POLAND QUITS WAKSAW, Oct. eral Hlsudski, president of the republic of Poland, tendered his resignation as c-hleJ esecu- live today. At tbe rejuest of th.6 government, uovever, Cea- eral Pilsudski withdrew bis HE SAYS ARE ALL PROFITS FROM BIG BUSINESS SLOCK Tkeir Case Comes-Before Cabinet t- Denies: Complicity Canadian sugar refiners appear lie cabinet ou October 20, full will be required at tU pro tit ica4s la receut years. The pres- ent litnalloa el tie reiluers Is regard- .ed, in official circles one undoubted- ly worthy of sympathetic, considera- tion. But It 1> fell that. inaub-y should jBOtreai Uie present financial'dif- ficulties 'of'the refiners! There IV also tbd question of jirofits made the Wir such profits irefe distributed or placed in fact whole recent financial of the refineries.- I'hU History Will bare to lis given by the 'iWlth anything less 11 la felt (be !n- Qilry would be incomplete. As emphatic denial is made lodayol that tic cabinet ic any way Inspired the. order of the Board of .Commerce. ODD cabinet minister des- critwi the order as "a bolt frpm the ,Wue." "We know nolblug of he added. WM complete surprise." flood of on (lie continues. One branch now being made to the gOTenmjfnt U the manner inflnstrfei interlock The reflne're appealed Iijr.aa In the marketing] their manufactured product, now Industrie's which retard esgar as a raw ma ttrlal art pretesting their side if tlio The confectioners are :Tbey complain that resignation provisionally. ,5 v candy made from tie cheap of the United coming Into Can- ada and hurting their business. They rant either Uo be permitted to take advantage ,themselves of the cheap sugar icroso (he line, or to be better protected .agalust cheap caudy from the CajL W. chairman of the RKGIN'A, Oct. of i car.; li estimated by B. D. Mcliae ol tbe Saskatchewan Cooperative Grain company, to cave caused the National lUihvays a loss of iu'the past month alone. to ibe diversion of ihree million, bushels of grain to C. P. H. points by Saskatchewan farci- j crs. The congestion woull have aggravated much more, said Mr. Me-; her of farmers sre holding their grain, I Giving to the dissatisfaction with the present price WINNIPEQ, Oct. (Canadian landlord at in: Wj'nnfpeg, cannot rac accused of profiteering. In ari affidavit tub- mitted to the joint council of In- dustrial rental Inquiry today, he showed that his Income on n large business block would be ?234 for the'ytar'at Increased rentals charged from October 1. Board of Commerce, denied today that pruf the toard_waE in of business lost the the tma.rd-iras influenced In the order by the Dominion cabinet. "Neither indirectly had tic Board or.Coninierce any connec- llon of any kind iriLn the cabinet with regard to the sugar ho said. OTTAWA, Oct. SUGAR REFINERV CLOSES OUT OF WORK ST. N. B., Oct The Atlantic sugar .refinery Is closed IndcRnlteiy, presumably because of the sugar, crisis. Some thous- and men are out of work. WONT GUARANTEE DIVIDENDS official an- nounceujedt Jssued yesterday, says the government lias decided to' refuaa guarantees ol dividends to the Inch rajiway shareholders uutil the rail- ro'adB'are prepared to carry all traffic. CRITICIZE WINE AND BEER LXW MONTREAU Oct pro- hlbition'and of race- track gambling were strongly urged by the Presbyterian iynod of Montreal and OtiawViere jwterday The irlne and Ifl Quebec also was strongly criticized. lonantanwaysi.real.y alarming, of the depa made 'to blow up tho Portsmoulh pen- believes Barstow's action afceer bru- 'When tha Eoathern Cross docks at the Latin Clayton a-id the crew WASHINGTON. Oct. allegations agiinst cerum nccuse-the captain of attempted maa- Wilson has requested Governor Allen ct officials at the penitentiary, Una slaughter on the high seas, and he is PUTS IT UP TO THE GOVERNOR i'entlary at Kingston. For some time past, Invesllgations have been In pro' allegations' agilnst certain l "Under tio Colos- of tho screen, Elmo Uncpln. Crtnuoa- BkleV 'Is ao orl- etory by J.fl'.' Hawks lj ramlnlicent Ules of the by Jack-Londna and Boberi Louts Steveasou. K tells Btory p( Yank Btrstoir, of the Southera Cross, who H. mlHnjr Souta' Arjerlcan pfirt with a cargo of Clayton. owEer his wile and baty davjhtcr are the only possenjera aboard.: .Clayton Is a juu rainer'.'-taiiog fhlpmeat .of rifles And, 'amxnnaitlqn; to -bis nsedjlu a re- bellion, and, ths firearms are stored 'iBty'pliao.icases. :-Tha se> and part of tho crew are In pis' employ... f i Pu ring. a. storm Captain f low, discovers .-tnat lie Is carrying threatens to cut Clayton !n Irons the crew mutinies He Is forced to shoot tbe ringleader, nncl CJoy ton's who arrlies on' 'the f scene' top late torwitness the mutiny ct Kansas to forward to tile federal o official statement is made, trade commission any information he 1s understood that some interesting has tending io indicate that the recent cvHence ba? been gathered. It the decline In wheat prices in the United evidence, shows that any official has States was due to unfair practices or competition causes. or to other artificial action will be taken. of mlscmdact, immediate ENTERS PASSENGER BUSINESS MONTREAL, Oct. Canad- CALL FOR WHEAT BOARD SASKATOON, r ian Government Merchant Marine, Limited Tflli enter tha passenger busi- ness it was announced at the com- olfices fere today. The'pas- daring that -the; business of C- Western Canada 'Is paralysed senger steamers will begin rannlaj by the preVeut congesUon'. of In January neit to the Bahamas, Jam- wheat market; afid'thataW anrl British'' Honduras fromi-SL John, N. B. ff 'colonization schemes.Kanld''te 't 'doomed to1 inlesa ;the situation was t t'ne Saskatoon today passed a urg-Y ing ft Canadian Wheat: Hoard. 4 ._ A Great Canadian Mining Region 'SINN FEINERS HELD r ,up WORKMEN BELFAST. Oct. party ot men, said to Sinn Feiners. raided tho Spence and Johnstaue engineering works here last night, held ths work- men with, revolvers and set fire to. tie building. The flames were quench- ed before great damage was done. ttaiiaen at BrtUil Columbia is flfty per cent larger than tbo slate ft Tuu; ud KooUoiy 1s i 'square mile block. It Is covered with oMUUJnji throughout, there are doMM ol exceeding feet in hftjfbt Aiad tbeje mountalus ora with wealth; nearly all the 1 eid tine tnd muci of silver and (Aid froui KooUnay, ud it Is the leading bitumlnoui coil prodneer of Western Canada. Bat carfaoe Laa only been icratched; it wUl a told what It at present Hootenay has tlie minerals, timber, aad the pulp, and It has tha wnterpowcr to turn the wtcfls of a tboBMiul ml He. On the Fend d'Orellle tune power can be dereU iHt, tot on the lower Kootenay IQ90K bonw power, with half a mil Ifoa nore scattered throughout the district' mountain streams aro fewer generators. Tb> dtalrict U weil supplied with The mala line ot Itc PaclHc crouea the north part of Kootena; and the Crow'5 Neat line, of the same railway crosses the flonthern part. The Lake Wlnder- inere Branch, running north anil south thrown the beautiful Winder- nlere region, connects two In ZMt KooteMf! In West. KOolC- may several roulcs con- Laest "87-lsiokecs tismaln lies with on Crow's Neat Car fcr- >ies operate on branches ot the Oreat Northern, croseln; the 'Anerlaui border, connect with the Rest at Grand Forks, Trill, Ndnoa and Fertile; a branch Nest runs from Yahk rcrou the border to Spokane, I leadlac Indmtries of Kootcnay fn lattbflrtng, mining, tod dull At prwent other lines of IrtuiM) an In Ihelr Inlancy, JQfkty per cent of the total arm (t Iflonnd wHfe (met The question of U 'IctlmaMy aeaoclal- with the lumber Indiulry. demand for palp and the of felt in Cin- eliewnere. Canada has. S3 ptrtp mlllfl, but there is not (i mill' VbwiwAen the west coast of British tnt Rainy River, a distance 0t Arer milts, "GRUMPY" Evidence of the response of British players to the call of tla empire dur- ing' the '-war'is' given -in tho rccordi of the male members of tha cast of exquisite English comedy coming to the oa Sat- urday night. -V' Mr. Compton served as a Captain In the Royal Irish Lancera, and suffer- ed rserere wounds. For his valor he was awarded the Military Cross. He is a ton of the famous English come- dian, Edward Comptoit. Frederick '-Slonti English- Army, in Yanci.. Trevor Bland was a major in the Royal Field Artillerj- and Sir. Jack- son-Dunn, a lientenant5in the Royal Flying Corns. tried by a marine court' martial. Keep- ing silent on account of bis love for Claylon's s-ife and is sen- toncSd to prison: from which' he escapes- and becomes master of a baud of beachcombers after vanquish- ing the leader of the lawless mob. How: the revolution Blurts and threatens-to engnlf the how Barstow and Ms gang of beach- lELHOYSll WTO EAT Avoid indigestion, Sour Add Stem ach, Heartburn, Gas on Stomach, Etc, combs rs come to tho, aid of tlie be- sieged Americans at the and how he regains his liberty end re- putation an told In a series ut intania- ly interesting scenes, Rei Incrim directed the production, rhlch clerer the eorvlcei of ouuiy FINt HOLIDAY. VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL' MpN, AND TUES. holidays- wai ap- propriately a I the popular Colonial theatre on next Uoaday and Tuesday with a; gretl holiday Hippo- drome Vaudeville show. General et- presrions of appreciation have been heard all over toira far the past two or three weeks over tin grut improve- ment in the etandard of Taudevllle Manager Lea Brown Is offering hla patrons how, XT. Btatea that this great improvement Is das to the hft-nge made some 'three: weeks ago n the Chicago booking offices, where- by acU are now belnr booked through tie Low and Gus Sun book- ing offices. Letibriige majr'lw of a conUnuncA of thase good acU IB the fiture. During the Eeatoa a number ,ot great bead- liners will'appear. On the holiday alow for next Mon- day and Tuesday the following acta will appear on tho bill: Budnlcka, aa athletic young cymnast whose peculiar specialty IB hand ani ftnier-tlp iil- anclng; Knight 'knS Cay is a tnBtrumental- comedy aketcb; Th'o Lake City comedy harmony ling- and the vrorld bunoas Frankp brothers, comedy jugglers. II. B.t Warner will top.tho pictures in his latest vroductlan "UBctartel .l COUNTRY 3TORE NIGHT AT COLONIAL TONIGHT addition to the great ahow'at the Colonial tonight, the regaiar weekly' country nlgbt wiii be run aj naual Ihdte'eertinn and pracltcally kll forms of stomach, trouble, say medi- cal authorities, aro due nine times bat of. ten to an excess of hydrochlor- ic- acid, in the stomach. 'Chronic stomach" is 'exceedingly dan- gerous and sufferers should do either one of two things. Either they, can go on a llmiieii and. often. ayqiding j food's'lhat ''disagree with irritate tho stomach and lead to ex- cess acid secretion or they can eat as they please In reason and make it a 'practice to counteract ths effect of the harmful acid and prevent the- formation of gas. sourness or pre- mature fermentation by the'uao ot a I little..Blsuraled ilagcesia rat, their J meals.. V.J" TBere Ja probably.- or more- reliable antiacid i than Bisurated' Maghosla arid iiiio It Eds no direct action on the stomach and: LEWERS ft COMPTON PRESENT EDWARD LEWERS SUPPORTED BY AN ALL-ENGLISH CAST CYRIL JMAUDE'S GREATEST COMEDY SUCCESS An-artistic performance of the-play that 'de-; lighted London and New York audiences. SEATS NOW AT ARMSTRONGS RAWORTH'3 75c, 50c. Bill Harts Western Picture Mr Has Fine Human Appeal Quality of Heart Interest Is Promln ent in Big Screen Story of the West AT EMPRESS NOW The quality of human .interest, the thing which reaches Into Ihe inner- most depths of the spectator's soul and grips the hear! strings, is pro- rr.Inont in a new. Paramount Artcrnlt picture produced by and Btarring William S. ia presented ai the Empress the- nlre luis week. [1) trail Smelter, B.C. [2) Obo of the Mine Buildings nay in divided Into two distinct parts; Ine coal mining field and tbe metal mining field. Tbe coal measures are limited to the extreme eastern part of the district, and there aro no me- tals there. The real of tbe district is rich In metals, but liaa no coal. There aro three known bituminous coal ureas In Canada, two of them on al llio extreme-ties ot the country, Cape Breton Island at (he eastern end ol tlie country anil Vnn- v-jiivef Island at the western end and between these two islands no bi- tuminous coal produced save on the slopes of the main chain of tbt Rocklea, the great bulk coming from the Crow's Nest'Hold. Tht mince of Uio Crow'i Nest were opened In 18S3, since wnlch time they hare produced millions of tons of coal. Tho annual production Is now in eiccra of tons. The following fiffiirtn, glring tic eiports to the UrJttd Sutes alone, will give some idea ol the present production nan potential resources of this coal fieid: ,In 1618 the coal exports to the United Slnlra amounted to 685.1S7 tons, valued at In 1517. 341.518 Ions, worlb (n 1918, tons, valued at and In 1019, worth This ercat coal field h-is beer, tapped only at a few [.films where are available, at FeirriD, B.C. At Trail tho Consolidated Mfntni! and Smelting Company possesses necessary facilities for reducing lead, zinc, copper, and gold, and Sulli- van mine Rt Kimbcrlcy ia the great- cst line producer in the Dominion, I'racllnlly nil Uic Iciil and -Inc pro- ilucsd in Canirti rorjic from llie Kootenay. The dictrict also foaetrast rich deposits of tluorite and mangan- ese, Agriculture lafcra a rocondary ndsl- lion in tlic Kcoicnay. Only tMng river and the shorwi ol the lakes cultivalcablc; not rqiure miles out of the can ever be broucbl beneath the plow. At tho present nearly all of UK cultivated land IB devoted, to frnit raislnc, and tralnloads of pics, pears, plums, nbippwi from Ui6 neighborhood of Nelson, Crcsi.on and (frund Forks to the prairie The Koolen.ij is s sportsrain's paradise. All tbe nlrearos of Uat re- gion tccin wllh mounLiin trout ani the mountains ore alive with frnir- foottd game. The district la famed for its Mg game; mountains fall ol denr. mounuln Roald. blsclc boar, and smaller game of tnany sorta- Bighorn and bear fre' qucnt Ihe mountain and elkiitre cxtrc-melf plentiful in tho tipper reaches of Die iSS Velley, "Snnd" a double mcaninB. The story Is laid in the land where the desert sands como up to meet the frta; it is llio slory, moreover, of a man's grit. Lambert Hillycr wrnln Iho scen- ario and also directed. Tho original story l.y itussell A. IWfcgs and was cnlled "Dnn Kurrlo's Inning" but .Mr. Illlljcr ami Mr. the flno cftst, have Klven It life, vitalized It, mado It a thing to remember and to enjoy. Also a siilendi'l l.wo-rcel Fox Sun- shine comedy, "School Houso Scan- dal." SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION "UNDER CRIMSON'SKIES" AT COLONIAL TODAY At the thealro totlay and Saturday theatregoers of this city will kwre au onpo'rtunity see the lalogt Is not a digosieiiL But a teaspooiilu' the powder or a couple of five, grain tablets taken in a little water, with Uic food will neutralize the: excess ac'dlty which may be present] and prevent its further formation. This removes the whole causo of.the trouble and ths meal digests natur- ally and healthfully, of pepsin'pills or artificial dl'gestents. Get'a few ounces of Blsurated Mag- nesia from any .reliable dnjggtst. Ask for either powder or tablets. It never comes as a liquid, milk or ci- trate In the bisurated form is not, a laxative. Try this plan and cat what you want at your next meal and see if this Isn't tho best advlco you ever had on "what to G. W. V. A. Dance A DANCE WILL BE HELD IN THE G. W.V. A. AUDITORIUM ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19TH INVITATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM SOCIAL COMMITTEE OR BY PHONING 372. EXCELLENT MUSIC WILL BE REFRESH- DANCE FLOOR IN THE ciTY. EMPRESS W. S. HART in "SAND" AV K n TODAY AND TOMORROW 40o and 10c; Evenlnos lOc and 6Cc, This Is Hart's greatest and latest picture to date. Don't mix It Alia rollicking two-reel Fox Sunshine; comedy, "The School Houie Scandal.1' TODAY and SATURDAY A PICTURE THAT PLUCKS AT THE HEART STRINGS ELMO LINCOLN A RED-BLOODED DRAMA OF STRONG MEN'S PASSIONS AND ONE WOMAN'S PURE ltSvE; A woman on hoard a packed with arms for southern mutinous crew- only one strong, tllent man to hold them at bay. Thus starts (tie biggest romance you ever A story that carries yeu out of your tiunwfrum life to the volcanic passions of the tropics and the mighty, struggle of a man and woman (Or life and happiness. See It Now playtngj NOT A SERIAL ALSO JACK DEMPSEY in "DAREDEVIL JACK" COUNTRY STORE NITE TONIGHT i ALSO i V1TAGRAPH COMEDY, "SENORITAS Adults 40c, Children ISc. Saturday Matinee for Kiddies, lOc, ;