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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f PAGE EIGHT THURSDAY, OCTOBER NATURAL RESOURCES FROMPREIERM Pis 'el. ployed.Mr. Drown did not specify. It: provincial control is held that the of natural resources from the Domin- government may apply directly to the ion government, a Manitoba govern- Imperial parliament tor an amend- ment delegation will nuke a final ap- nient .to the British North America peal to Premier Melgben upon his re- i Act, forclus Ottawa to rellfiquish. con- turn to Ottawa from his western tour, j trol, Slid still pay subsidy (or lauds lion. Edward Browh, provincial treat- a'Unated.- 'urcr, announced, today, Tie minister also stated that on this 'If fail on IBIS said the minister, will have' to under- 'to cpeclal consideration even apart occasion Manitoba's undoubted right take means of righting the.frbni the other prairie' _ provinces, wrongs done thli province Ottawa ba advanced, "although, tialur- gONernmcnts throughout 50 years of ha added, 'western history." in Ma uv, lu loba's case would benefit tie cause of What "other means" would be em- Saskatchewan and-Alberta." DruiinheDer Mines Can't Operate; No Cars, Is Reascn'l TWO SOLDIERS -SHOT IN IRELAND fJALGARV, Irurd Oct. to TIPPERARY, Ireland, Oct. soldiers wsre shot wbunde-3 at- tatkod hy civilians near Thomastown, about 10 miles s'o'utheast 'of this morning.; ad-three.wera wbu "whefi a raillUivy lorry Very Efficient Says the Chief Veterinary Pathologist from Thursday mere were' morning there !4 mines Idle on among the civ-' "Wednesday and seven-at .the present time owing to the car shortage-Other, mines in the" 31 only getting .a'small portion of the cars lhat they i t' need. It Is slated that the P. B. Car-, 'veil, chairman of the W'r.v.l of Rail- lias; l.cea made .fully'aware.ot the the Hon. Reid, minister of railways, hut! have not yet received any 'reply from-either. In iho meantime all parts of the country are clamoring for coal aud many at the j miners are becoming restless thraujh j Idleness. -I Dr. J. C. llarsrave, chief veterinary officer for the province Is in the city today (rom Medicine Hat in connec- tion with the- transfer of the office Iu ibis Csllivan to Dr.' 1'ajtoa uf VcErevUIe. Dr. Paitoa is already its- the city and Dr. 'Galltvan leaves to assume his new position at Ottawa at the end of the wsei. Dr. Hargravo paid 'a very high trl- bulo to Or. Gallivan. Ha said he was one of tte most.efficient men iu the service aud hail 'done excellent work ln: Alberta. He also spoke highly ot his successor Dr. I'axton, While here Dr. Hargrave vislled the pathological laboratoiy. A new oftV cer, Dr. A. K. Cameron, formerly. as-- to Dr. Hargrave at Medicine Hat. is in charge there succeeding Dr. j Watson who is now chief ot the pathc-1 ilogical division at Ottawa. Dr. Cam-. had a distinguished war record The.-battle raged half an hour; C-Und wojrtlie Military Cross.- there were. At.tre Colonial Friday and Saturday "OTTAWA, Oct. ''ressl-T-Prdsecutlons which-have been colninenccd as the result of hearings Not Enough 'SJIbistnre'to s War- rant, Successful Fall Plow- ing, Board' of Trade Fiill; niowins :ls not' good business this vypar, W. H. Fail-field. told th( 'board yes- ____ that befs of'thq board. ..In the cases where j precipitation was not as conducted, by the BoarJ 61 Commerce, this "Vf. H. F be abandoned'he-jjqGmbeTS ajiis'e. oC'tlie resignation of the IE em-! to reason JUade b> Textile Manii- faflnrers Possibility, of Being wn u Out of Work already under vra'y, statements and evid- of Commerce1 inline" first hearings, have teen turn- fed byer'to'tbe the province in which the charge was laid, that provincial department now cases in hand. Heavy Fines in PHILADELPHIA, Oct. ;t. managing director.ofjthe Phll- Textile go-riatlon m a statement, declar- the red to "free i as Tvell as; of n'um- of incffieieht Heavy, as the usual amount-aiid at tha present' time the.' top 'and subsoils are 'dry no. moisture can e conserved. Fall plowing under tbege. conditions will, not result''in ns' rgood .crops as spring plowing, ho salfi.- Further 1 wilt tend' to assist soil drifting. He told the membars'of the board not to be discouraged if the reports tbla fall indicate a falling off in tlie amount ot fall plowing as the. farmers would be acting In their best, ipterests. ,-ases (By a Staff Reporter) Alta., Jlagis- "e--Nr Barker-who the Cosieily ana Mutt anfl Jeff. will complete the biU. which forms positively the week-Slid ever offered lu show slunning.cBect. him a 'locket contaiutac tke atenr Th? of 'telling" him nbt to open it, tiat tt story, wtlch by june'Mstbls 'youli brinj him good ,AT THE COLONIAL FRIDAY Friday night at the Colonial theatre ill bo Country Store Vodvil Nile as raal. FJva dollars In cash will be the first prize. In addition to which fine lineup of other: pritas Vili be Iran, away. A great ahow Is also 'In Search Of A Sinner" Touches Delicate Situations Peppy Conrtanoe Talmadge Picture At Empress Tells Plight of Girl With Saintly Husband. John Kmerson and Anita Loos, whose efforts for the last six months been confined to protidlng Conslaneo TalfnaiTge, brilUant First with unusual screen mat trial, have completed what Is protmbli their moEC daring adaptation in -Mln Search of a Sinner, which will be shbwri at the Empress theatre commencing toda> Jtanjr tinnsual angles that have never, teforc embodiHd.m jConstcncc Talinadgc make "In Search of a Sinner" one of mostrdistinclive offerings to .be .shown on the Empress scree u in the pa si r.G. H. Mamoch; president ot the bdard, at' yesterday's meeting, Jamiesonv; :Jook the chair.v.and a. nu'mber of ira'promptu toiks were ;j given., Mn -Mariibcb' is confined .to Ws room Jhrohgh illneag. is not considered1 serious. M; Whiddinston'; reported' that Calgary Is getting the bus Iness- from been dropped. _ lndDr Infringements .of the able eitcnt'on the workers. Vfhea the COM recigenora Sa-. of perjury -aBalnst a witness tne Icxllie" trades within' for the prosecution. Intimations were textile" rdaye, folfowed by a mark1 ______ji In prices to Ihe consum- JWak'es tflll not be he add- .made by counsel that they will prove ?n Ixiw.l.s '3 allesed to Bold liquor to detectives Delaney manager of id to the offered his as- ilstance in the''worlc of the board, f. Charles' Medicine Hat, laid work of "prgapiztng 'a.chamber of commerce, to' take the of the )oard of goiiig. .on.-In thai :ity.J .0 pledge themselves for ?25 for three rears for Its'support. d.niHtiPlho purchasing power of tho. and. Booker: Sept. aiioui; 7.3D ollar Is as near posslhle to normal." BAR SILVER NEW YORK. Oct. silver omeetic 90 1-2; foreign 87 1-2. who sworo en oath in their testimony this morning that Lewis did liquor on the days staled in Ihe information. FREIGHT MAKES U. S. SUGAR COST XMAS SAILINGS' From New York To Dec. A. Victoria. ..Liverpool Dec. Plymouth-Cher- bourg-Hamburg Dec. Cherbourg- Southampton. Dec. QUsgoiT Dec. S'mpton From Portland, Mo. iTo Dec. Glasgow OTTAWA, Oct. 11- "lient sugar In the United Stales rncant 19.cent sugar by the time freight, duty, exchange and im- porters' profits'wort added, was' the, statement, mads Is the Cana- dian Press this morning-by an Ot- Uwa man Interested in the-re- till sugar trade. He elated that one shipment of tons Had bosn purchased itri "the United States at a hundred and brousht; to Canada for dlslribu- tlon'following "the rescinding of the Biar'd of order pro- hibiting Importation, NOMINATIONS FOR A TORONTO SEAT TORONTO, Oct. Kippci ommjttee. Mr. It. W. '.Greenway, local ALL READY.FOR. Do Good Men Die Early? For the first time m a Talmadge shown at the opening of a, picture married wool in She is young .nd beautiful ard married at the age l inenl) Her husband Uifyrjce hq an old fogey borei his Inelj The Emerson i0os collaboration cleverly ihijde thi unsatisfactorj husband 'so goo .hat the put him nwa) with th< rest of the thus leaving Con stance Talmadge "sa the heroine o the story free to romp through fou reels ot spicy searching fo a sinner. Im so tired ol good men that never want to see another aS long as LIFE V .FOR; REALISM'S SAKE till from a high wreck iia autoadbblle, being uorj ndssed, B" 'safe are all succeeded iu establishing a lease the h leasant the the Verag'e motion picture player as com- ared to making a ralrstorm scene. The actors dread rain stuff with he same enthusiasm that the devil supposed fcp'teel for holy water, B the cold, chilly water dampens heir ardor u well as their clothes. The starts out to do a rain scene knows he Is in for a wet and uncomfortable dar The scenes must be orer and over again, the water has a habit ol reflecting ho rays of the earn and causing that much SWaded known as halation For 'that reason all tho ctlon rnustTW registered as high as dozen order to make sure that at lesst one perfect EDO I has been secured. Haln shown In a screen production Blna'tlaes "o'ut of ten. of artificial ariely which is mucn more uncom- ortabls Ihatt the -water which falls from the sky !n the ot real rain has 'the satisfaction of knowing} bat It falls alike on the just and un- bnt tho screen player sees' the llrector and cameraman perfectly dry, covered i by water-proofs if thoy are- while he must work in the dripping net, iu what- ever garments required by the story. The actor, has trouble .with" his or ier- in'ake-up In. rain scene's, and one between .showers to touch op '.aV cheek an eyelash. One. of the most effective rain- storm effects ever secured for the icreeh is shown in "The .Girl In the r a -Universal production star- "Ing'-Anne Cornwall' and directed b% lollln Sturgeon, which is 'coming to he Colonial theatre on Friday and Saturday. It a rapid pace throughout the ac- tion. Credit must bo glign to the mem- bers of the support Ing cast for a num-j her excelleat characterizations. Joseph Kllgour's work as the wealthy j New Tort suitor An! Emory Johnson I as tho young Kcatucklan stand out as partkularl) brignl Clalie Du Broj as a society Is and Yvonne In Soaia.Mhe Russ'ai model injects sqapc qluRiit and delightful comedy" toto the Phoenix. AT THE PHOENIX, THURSDAY' FRIDAY -AND SATURDAY, A lornier xvcilthy suitor Ian turned down when she fell heir-to. the follows her west and is go- ing through some cave-man niauoeu vers v.-hen hero Buck Intervenes and orders hint from tha house. All this time the .hero' Is gradually falling in'j loyo with_ Vivian- and when he goes in pursuit' the rustlers she gives Today, Fri. and Sat 'William- Fox-presents BUCK1 JONES IN "The Last Straw" Sec this'wonderful cowboy'actor. SUNSHINE COMEDY and :-FOX NEWS IN THEIR CLUB ROOMS INVITATIONS CAN BE SECURED FROM SECTY TURCOTTE DELIGHTFUL ROLE FOR MAY ALLISON Beautiful Star Scores Big Hit In Soc- iety.Part at- Ih'e. Colonial Theatre May Allison's many admirers have been given the chance for which- they! have, frequently longed to. in a B mart; society- role. This has been af- forde_d ner in The Walk OBs" that op- jfied yesterday at the Colonial theatre for a ruapf isfu iliy She delighted the large 'audiences which greeted her appearauce'by-the appealing charm of her beauty framed to Its fullest ad- lentage The successive arrav of beautiful) gowns which she dlsplajed held'thej of the audience in breath-i less amazement Her striking blonde 1 beauty was particularly well set off LAST TIMES TONIGHT (THURSDAY) I in'MWALK-0! AND CURRENT'BILL NIGHT live savs the flashing Georgiana ag In a suit of black tncottne heavily em- she heads for Central Park bent on which she wore with a finding a man thrill Other'pictu'fes show her a rieludifTi a o re" snug 'little Hack velvet turban in one of the earlier scenes of the play. A chinchilla -fur stole completed tho MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Plans for'the A. in'emherBhip drive in the I.e'thh ridge'district are complete and on canvassers will lie on the Job.' T. S. Martin of Tp.ber has completed- ..arrangements lor district mnnagors the Lath-' bridge territory anil today he is In Biding doing Wni. .McKenzle of Crystal Lake and J. Ualdivin of Coaldale will be in charge of the campaign East BANDITS SENTENCED TO SEVEN AND .EIGHT YEARS IN SASKATCHEWAN H150INA, Oct. Braschukl and John Fischowy, two of the four bandits.who look part In the..holdup September 30 at Harrows, Man., were sentenced hy Mr. Justice 'Taylor at Mcltort today lo seven and eight years with hard labor respectively, The twc were captured after several days' fighting, with tho provincial police their companions being burned in w EVERYTHING BRIGHT AND 1st in Cash. i Oodles .of other fine prizes. Come ea'rlyi' VftDVlLITE GREAT SHOW iday-fiatuniay BIG COIN'S EMPRESS THEATRE SHOWING TODAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Uwls, larger! with Janjen Higglns, (Solrller-Llb- shooting with [ntcnl. NEW LIVERPOOL VIc.i.N'oT. 6 Carmiinla. Nov. 20 55 K.A. Vic. ..Jan. 11 'i NEW h SOO.THAHPTON AqjIUnia NOT 2 Imp'jralor.Nov. 11 Aquilanta (3. CHER- f EOURG Caronla Nov 25 Caronia ____ Jan. 4 ft NEW YORK-GLASGOW (via and John Galbralth. (Indepen- dent) were tnday ndmlnntccl ns can- dlripten for..Ihe.cohstlluonry of North- coat Toronto to illl tho vacancy creat- ed hy the 'reslgna'tion of Unn. II. J Cody, minister of education-In the On- tario government. Columbia Nov B Columbia.. Jon. 16 iNEW PATRAS, GREECE Fannonia i Nov. 9 ndra Nov. 20 P.dRYLAtfD, Cassandra. Dec. 30 Saturnla. Jan. 18 For full apply (0 any H fl, or S. 9. Agenlg. or Company's office t BLOCK, 470 Main St. .Winnipeg. WATCH OUT FOR GREAT SLAVE LAKE CALGARY. Oct. the oil in tho Fort Norman woll of the- Im- perial Oil Co. is of the very highest nusllty. the really big oil field will not .bo on, but on Iho Orcat Slave- Lake, where Iho Imperial company Is-now drilling, and which Is WO miles .in a djrect line farther soutn." This was the opinion expressed by li. A. TJrnuXc; TJomiulon Kovcrmnent omclal, who returned, to the city yesterday from a four months' trip tliroujh the entire norlh country for the purpose ol Kithorini! InformaUnn snd Uking motlnii pictures of tho mineral anil agricultural resources of ths cornlljg norttorn cmplro. C. P.' R. EARNINGS Oct. Parlfit HniKvay earnings (of thoT nionlh of September. 1925: Earnings I not. npcrease 2C1.S7; Incre.iTO WOODEN LEO SAVED HIM .VK'.V YORK, Oct. a stout onl: wooden leg saved Al'.'.xaniler l-'rank from death ycsl'-rday uben ho tried to leap frop- n llfty storey window on Krrmil avenue. Another man him nnil held on to hli (era nnlil hh crould bo las- v mcd anil liauloil b.iek to eafc- ty. Police Bay ilic leg wns so hlk'lictl that It refused CONSTANCE TALii "INSEARCHOFASSNI THE CAUOMIEST, PEPPIEST, EVER It A Special Two-Reel Sunshine Comedy. BACK TO NATURE GIRLS Positively Iho greatest laughing success this year.1 ,MUTT AND JEFF In their latest laughing success, The best city, popular UNIVERSAL SPECIAl, ATTftACUOH 1 A smashing dramatic sensation that will Tlie iiohlnlng flcpbcd and thunder pealed as'lhe fleeting horte drcpbcd the oround. "Oh, God, vyhy couldn't you let It strike cried "thtvQlrl In tho Rain." LAUGH AT "Whiz and Whiskers" 'A VilHgrapli p.crcaiii, Colonial iMusic by Qeresford's Orchestra. Scnsallons Galore In "DAREDEVIL JACK" .WITH JACK DEMPSEY ADULTS ;