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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBRTDGE DAK.Y HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBERS, 1D20 VAUDEVILLE i for consideration i Statistics! year; equation .ot .i2g; population ot school ascs, age, i rex and grade, tables: sffiools open liable; attendance; Ubie: sradinjf. ei- j I'erieuce.. and salaries of teachers; i iu training: (schools attendance table; seobndary schools table; secondary teai-herV table; subjects :o? secondary educa- tlou, fl'iani-ial Statistics; statistics of I special schools. Following'the mteting this morn- ling, the various provincial'delegates 'will a liiucheon at iha llldeau Such -a Conference Hat; Ueeii P. Smith is Chairman OTTAWA, Oct. (By Canadian the first timo in Iho his- tory of Canada, the: ministers of edu- cation of the various provinces, to- gether with their chief cdviser'a are electing In conference-here io dlseuss problems. The questions before tho .which opened this morning, relate more pnrtinilar- ly to technical education, anil arrange- ments for the conference were-made The meetings of tbe'cotiferance are being held in private, b'ut a statement 'ONE-TIME COLORADO'S handql to the uress loday anntmnced CHIEF COES that proceedings had been opened by i; TO" JAIL FOR CONTEMPT a short address from Hon O J) wh'im'I min.tcr otlabor Th, confer-1 oWooo'ad'o'1 wice then apnei iled Iio-! 0 P Smith, court, spent several hours minis er of cd ,calloy for the for'contempt ol ?f ihilraica, and T. juilgl> Morl Gill, director of technical as. lrkt Sentence was pronounced tetrelan i'followjug Mr.-White's refusal to obey a The fo'lowitti; subjects relating to court order to change tha pleadings in technical education arc listed-en fhoja divorce-action- agenda paper for lyill.nbt obey an order that is be- Teac'ier vrKontional th? .jurisdiction ot this classes ami gu'dance: told the court, .courses of textbooVs, umdi- White 'Wats' released lUter" on .parole tions for entrance to technical classes: length of school -Trrarr length of EChool div; J'ducatioual reports method of preparing; general'supply'Df teachers; fliid'other subjects. Tlie toiifereiice on tecbnlcal.eduKi- ANTICIPATE 3r A DEADLOCK British Government Going On With Measure to Deal Situation Created By Strike by order of Ills cuce was for 21 hours' 'ELECTION RETURNS meeting for workers rfnd ctbsrs r sirous of getting election returns wilf tinn will be followed immediately by I be held at Wesley Hail from 7 o'clock a conference ott educational; statist! onwards, tonight. tics which has been arranged by the j jjitistics of the Jspartase.-l o. A "oi.ndBd chimpanzee slops the trade and commerce Under, ibis bleertmj T3t the wonnd In placing heal the following subjects ate listedileaies and griss on the injnrV I.OXUOX. Oct. the house of commons this afternoon Mr. George Bald he. was" hopeful that the present negoiiatious between the gov- ernment aud tho miners would obvi- ate tas necessity bt'Eettiug up a tri- bunal to inquire iato best means of increasing c-oal productlbu.' Coii- trary to cipcctaiious, it'was 'announc- ed in the bouse by -Mr. IJonar the government leader, that tte govern- ment Intended to proceed today with the bill introduced last week grantiug Iho government unusual powers for dealing with, an emergency, such as might grow out (it. the strike 'Eltua- lion., Ilo moved'tho second, reading bt In discussing his Bounr law said the had reached a point where it was-iinpos- say anything whatever about them, but it was cbn'ceivablo that 'a deadlock might arise. President Hancs Talks -Again About C. N; R. Employees r and Public Positions Oct: a slate- meat given out hero today. B. B. Hanua, president ot the Canadian Na- tional Hallways, "declares that Canad- ian National Railway employees can" not accopt nomination for any politi- cal oStco and !f any should do so they automatically ceaso. to be employees of the road. URGED SISTERS OF CHURCH ORDERS TO REGISTER AND VOTE Supplennntlng his general advice to the. women of th: United states to rtglster" and vote In the coming e'ltctlon, Cardinal Gibbons ..das Issued a statement urfjlnjj. sisters of .the various orders of the church to take similar steps. The cardinal says Is a belong to nuns in other women, and recommends strongly that observ- ed. Householders 'should lieware ot itinerant pjddlere of cloth for men's and who, to sell their goods, give names without any warranty, and often nctUlous, ot'firms and Individuals that will tailor them for low prices aVthe'.rale of men's and ?8 for women's garments. This wasVtho experience of A.'J. (Jnincey ot Barons, who being told by tho parties :iu the game, H. Margolis and R. Wihkler, that he could get the woman's sliit made up for by.a Sirs. Valer.ol Lethbridgc, there being no such party, and the man's "D the for '515, without any warranty.'from parted with a cheque Oalnformaliori received, Margolls and.Winklcr'w'ere "a'rreEled in Leth- bridge Detective Sid Wall is, 'hilt an hour after he had received It. .Tho parties appeared at.tho city- police court on'Monday, the [.cheque obtained from' him to Mr. Quincey, 'the the charge. Refuses'' to Against i Assessment To the Rescue! ''Grace of the Sea" Sailors instinctively I'espect women. Their ancient and honour-., 'able code is: "Wome'n and children first." But the sailor's life is a lonely one and perilous. He is out of contact with women the greater part of his time. On the other hand, the, romance of the sea and its perils a certain mother-instinct in women. r jAnd, tomorrow, many women will, in sweet charity and help- jfvilness, devote themselves to raising 'funds for the work of the jNavy League, by selling tags. ever a Tag as a symbol was worth its price, it will be it tomorrow. Gei: tagged early. Give liberally for it, f ,__ t The NaVy League of Canada Mayor gary, nnfl-. Conimissjouiir Freeman back his vacatioti, t be 'coun- cil, held 'oil Monday morning, opened with a full quorum. There vvas not any. business of particular importance brought before the 1 council.. The nosition in which thtf-cflF. staidsrin regard to Mothers', .waa clearly defined In a communication re- ceived from tho Siiperlntendeut of the DppartmeTit of DepeadEnt aiiS -Cc-Ha- qiient children, Kdmonton 'brought -by tho case of Mary-Bffic'rYoung, to ivhoin tho alloirancn yas paid 'by: the AT P. P. and charged to the city; The city disputed the amojmt: 6'f 1 in that the latp the cltyr remaining long the allowance auil thptt going away. In tho letter received, by itlie.clty from Kilnmnlon it was the payment made to 3lrs. Young-was a mistake, occasioned througa'lne' clerk TTho attended to lliaf particular- biisi ness being away on vacation 'and -her substitute not being converSant'-n-Ith the regulations. the sup erintenclent stated, waif to the. city, and he gave th'e a'ssuranco that .should there be at any time which the (.'ity of Lelhiridge will ,he cliargcah'.c thit the'; Inspector will 'bo coiuuHeil as 'she has alvrays been in lae mattc-r. .Irrigation TIio council was 'In receipt of..a bll .for ?40. bting the part of the assess I mcnt considered owing to the -East Lethbridgc Walcr Users'- district for the Irrigation water on the 270 acres owned by the city lu Henderson, Park This was rcgnrdert as the amount-di city had to pay for the. keeping; clean of tho ditch. In reply, to the assess ment the council took the.altltm'.o that the city was not liable for 1L Tho secretary of tiie association ac conllngly, Infnnnnd that the- city I not desirous of coming into the wafo district, and fnrthnr was that It was brought Into such, district.; city, therrforn, must refuse to pay the amount levied, anil the ,ltor Jnstrtictorl to steps neces- sary to protctt tho The account of Mrs, Mult for Cocoa Icing J 4 tea spoons Cswan'j Cocoa 2 cups X teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons cold wattr v 3 hot water Pinch of salt ilo.] 1 hot wsti for five mfputei Adu nif.aod Add tuiar U of iht rifiht consist eacy to sp-ead. Cocoa Frosting 3 tablespoons Cowan's COCOa 3 tablespoons coflee }i teaspoon vanilla IX cups fuitr.- cocoa and turti, slotrlr, Rdd vjnHU o'r.the keep of Sirs. .Cave rrom Sept. 18th. to October 22ad was ordered paid. At tho request of lha ladies' aid ot beiQalt Hospital, a rebate for ihe.rcat of the'exbibltion building for h'B'dance'recently neld.'and charge ot iight, '-r- CLASSY VAUDEVILLE AT THE AND TUESDAY Y __! prettj-'girls., elaborate ;owns, song ciever and Voine re- markable instrumental'mU5ic''will be 'eatu'reg of 'tli'e ncw'-IIippodrome'Vaud- eviHe show which will bQ presented at'lhe Colonial Theatre today and Tuesday. Chanard, and Leonard will top tho bill'ih their elaborate and spec- tacular naval and -military7 musical aclf" This and versatile com- pany have "one brightest and iMtaets of the year; :A special scenic setting is iissd-iii-tira act. They offer fltteen minutcfl of fast, and singing, and insfrumenlal work. bbrns and other'-instruments are brought into play in act, which fin- ishes', up. a regular .fanfare- of or- chestral music. Billy Chase, the'; popular musical -.comedy, "couple will: present .their original comedy nov- elty: act, into which they introduce a-nu.mber o.f-c'xcerpls from their for- mer .jnusicai cometTy success.' With a piano on 'and the ten Billy Chase presiding at Miss" Westerly dellghls her a.udiencc with hejvclever work. r _ Blanche llazellpn; an exceptionally clevdr singing comedienne will ha LI welcome item on the bill. Hiss Hazle- tpnr. known in .vaudeville circles, as 20th century .Maggie Clinc" has peculiar way of entertaining tho modern vaudeville audience, and that she will score a hit lonight'is cer- tain. and Bagneau, hilled as ''the southern song birds" wilLoifer a repertoire'ot tuneful song hlta, to which they add delicious little touch bt nblite comedy. Th'ey jiivo a dlstlnc- live act which will prove very- popular. Fine feature pictures, with Xasti Pitts, the new comedienne, in ".Bright Kklcs" a five act feature, wifliround out the bill. "It'is worthy of note Col- orilal vauilevillo shows a decided Improvement, during the past month or so, and judging by- advance on this bill for -today ami Tuesday it la right up to the mark. GREAT THEFT esliugi robbery, case will Ixs unfohled on the screen .at tho Rhoenix Theatre today.11 and Lllam-bc Sweet Vlll bei. ieen" for Iho first lime Iti Girl In the. her newest Jessa D. Hamptoh-Pathe feature. William Fammn In Heart-Stirring Play Now At Empress TllOSO Who tO SCO M illLailt iiutu in heart stirring a treat in storo for them tn the. (omQig. ot "Heart a production, whicu will piiii ju en Why use cereals1 that require sweet- ening -when. ypucanhayg Grape Nuts Sweet with, its own sugar velopednfrom wheat and malted barley Mrs. Jannty's Secrstary and'Sort-In- Suspected. 'Mrs, Samuel Van. Zilo Janncy was mysteriously rolibed last night o! Jewels valued at Tho joli was do'no by comeonc who. knew.thc coin- Wnatlon of. the safe, antf might bavo henn performed after midnight, or earlier In tho evening while the Jan- ncys wore tho dlonor, guests of Mr. Hlihsrd I'crgUEOa and his niothcr. Tho detectives have failed to un- earth a single Esther Malt- land., Mrs. Janney's private secretary. Is the only member of the household who know Iho eomhination, n'nd In Her Mro. Janacy pays she hns'nluoliilo confidence. This trust, however, was consider- nbly shaken when a mysterious toic- phono conversation was overheard between Miss .Maillanil Chapman IMcft, the-hilsljaml ot Mrg., Janney's daughter. Mr. I'rlcu left homo yes- terday afternoon after a bitter nuap lei with his wife. Further developments in (his Inter- "Come Into -my web" Sald4he spider to tire fly AND SHE DID! What happened to "The Girl in the EXTRA in Uie great turf classic, was only run two weeks ago. The Phoenix gets its Jfews picture fIRST rj C ELECYlON RETORWS3WILL BE SHOWN ON THE'SCBEEN- gagement at the to- night aud tomorrow. A love story ot omunal thenfe and 'Croat merit. "Jlejut like iti uauif, is said to ptay ujoh tha.'omn. tious.of humanity, one forget self in the allurui beauty or 5ic- sceoei. It Is a story of. hope de forrcd; ot poignant sorrow: of sublime 'love. Abounding ia.tense rtttutloas. the clot is unfoldsd in u ot stirring most part dc nktlng life among the rcnchCauadlans The portrait tho 'huracler of Pierre Pouniel, a ma'ieious Uolinlst and composer, who gives up a great ambition end March for fajne Wa wwiklfBE r i i Inctudee knovvi! as Gladjs Coberu, IMtt) Blancke, PaulCa Robert and Rowland Ed- wards 'Henn Albert Phlllipa nrrotc tho ston, E Lloyd Sheldon made the scenario, aad J. 'Gordon reeled tho production COLONUL Tonight aad Tuesday "Hip" Vaudeville ALL FEATURE GHOW Unusually Good Headline i Attraction CHANARD _LEONARD In a spectacular naval and mili- tary -musical BLANCHE HAZEL- TON The (2Dth Century" Girl In Songs, Dancec and Stories. LAR1VEE-AND DAGNEAU "The Southern Songbirds' an; artistic specialty act The Musical Comedy Favorrtea Mm Pauline Westerly arid 'Billy Chase The Klever komedy Kouple rep rtscntma their snappy dialec tial musical novelty. SPECIAL PHOTO- ZnsuPitts in "Bright v Skies" The moat original comediennp sccecu In a. drama_of love .SCREEN MAGAZINE' COMEDY ORCHESTRA1 Adults SOc, children 10o. Mghts- Adults Today and Tomorrow .WULU'A'M rox PRESENTS WILLIAM FARNUM "HEART STRINGS" A story of Honor's fcfcrful vengeance! The drama of a musital genius whom villainy could not crush. A bis sacrifice of Brother for Slstsr By Henry, Albert by J Gordon Edwards Also Christie Comedy. No advance In prices ;