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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK EIGHT v THE LKTHBK1LIUE DALLY HERALD WEDNESDAY, .SEPTEMBER 8, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE Winnipeg Talks of an n Made in RESIGNS AS PROTEST 1IKLFAST, Ml- ibsel -Francis Cox Ibe noted Dublin physician, has resigned the.Irish privy touru'il as u protest against the. govern- iiient's policy In Ireland. v Up Trade With Gt Britain Is His Mission! Sept of nnd -5 per cent, cases, amounting or., the executive of tlie ooanljan avenge to uct more than 35 per of trade !alo today went Inlo the in j -creased nites awarded by the railway j .tlie, .Increased 'commission of psr.cont. in tho i-mployees of Canadian Ml OFF SEPARATOR -_-_-_ I Kepresentsitive of Important British Trade t'ubliciiiion. Pays Visil lo City On a mission of linking up trade re- lations with Urcat ilriMin and Cau- acla. iu ,thc way of iiroiaganda, and for interesting Canadian cities iu the Canada is a serious blow.to Hie, railways when the jr.lplj Working At Yu- and tbalevervlhiuE possible lie'c-aeo wage schedule soes. into, clone to avert it. -effect iu Canada. j can Meets With i'afal The executive was etill iu session j "At tbe iOsiiys, "Howard; Mt 3 m i Kelly, speaking for the Railway -As- j -Smaller Towns Suffer Most i relation, of Canada, stated ihay J e- had pay the'miiv.ay (Special to the Hfrnsldi lo! plo.veesthe to tlio Anu-r- i Vl'LCAX, Alia., Sept. man. Accident SASKATOON. Sept, hauls in. the vest are sufficient a'difference in rates of from' icaii employes -by :tho Chicago av.ar.l. Altered to be A. Doble, working as 'granting back pay .to.the first i.i. separator eipert for W. J. Mclctyre. 10 to 13 favor of 'the west, instead of the fivo per cent. winch should granted. Tin: opinion ot J. Millar, i tho Saskatoon board of trade. -Less! would-be R. seneral strike :-.bont May last, aod cross-examiuaii.Mi 1 'iiis Is tho: frankly admitted that if tlicy were nc'i this morn estdeut he firmly believed Ucaih wa ast of Vulcan, fell off the separator morning, breaking his neck, nslantaneous. Deceased five feet ten inches will bear a larger pro- i Canada.' Realizing, as are of Ilia'increase, and eerily of-bis statemen carload lots portionate sh prices will be affected more in smaller (owns than iu tbe larger distributing "centres." Local merchants sire unani- mous in their opinion that tbe increase is excessive. AUrmed -at -Calgary CA1-OAIIY, Sept. trade cir- cles here view the-new railway in- crease rate'with alarm. Some Indus Realizing, as 1 do, the it and the tor- Homan nose. t, dark, complexion, with a long The only identification tries Will be more "or less crippled lite-Canadian Pacific Railway company owing to i stagnation of trade which I alone, amounting to nearly is anticipated Criticism the com-iP" year." missioned finding is beard on every The judgment states that the rail- side particularly by wholesale grocers i ways; during the hearing ot the ap- and millmen. j plication, "filed statements showing rible results which would necessarily' is a medical prescription to A. Dobie fall on tbe people ot ibis country as j signed by Doctor Wray of l.ethhridge a whole under such a contingency, I found on the dead man's body, have taken his statement Into consid- eration in adjusting the rates herein. It must not be forgotten that a very large'part of the increase hereby granted will be necessary to take care of this increased wage, in the. Canadian'. number tif the "Kmpiro a, British trade publication for encouraging trade within the Empire, Mr. Theo. Feilden. I'tlilor-lp.-chiet of the. publication, and director-general ot the Imperial Track- Tropagantla or- ganization, was a visitor iu lha city on Monday.-, "Tbf "Kmpiro Mail" is embarked on n new enterprise which is regarded of treat consequence io Uie future of Empire trade. U is ii.-.rt of tne gen- eral progressive policy of the Journal. In connection with this, agents, spec- ial correspondents, and special com- missioners have lieen appointed in all parts of the world, who lire charged with the furtherance of the propa- ganda work of the journal, and -who keep it supplied with first-hand com- Dr. Brown, district coroner, visited meraul information. Iu addition to 'iiial a the scene of filial .wldent decided an-inquest was iniuet-essury. Deceased had started ivork this'morn- Ins ami met-bis death almost- immedi- ately; Commlsslontrs Concur OTTAWA, Sept. Canadian judgment of the Board of Railway Commissioners in the rail- way rate case, covering some 20 printed foolscap pages, was issued this afternoon. It was written by Hon. P. IX chief commissioner, and is concurred In by four of the- ether five commissioners composing the .board. It slates the reasons ot the their financial conditions for some years past. Though' all showed sub- stantial increases in business, iu oper- ating rafios (the number 'of cents whicji a railway must expend iu order to earn one showed that in practically all -cases with the excep- tion of the Canadian Pacific Railway it was, costing as much or more lo operate.jhem than they were receiv- ing. Tbe 'statement of tbe Canadian 'noard' tor arriving at the decision to Pacific .Railway showed that the or> erating- ratio- Sad risen from 53.8( In 1916 to S7.-58 :in six months of IP20.' the month of July filed wiih .the board, this ratio had ad-ranced'toi. 91.43. The operating "ratio bit 'the Grand Trnnk for Uie six months of the pres- ent .year, says the judgment, was grant Increases iu freight and pas- senger-rates, aud emphasizes the fact the'railways have not received advances in rates consistent with the Advancing cost of operation. 'I said Mr. "that these riitea will be substantial bur- den upon the'people of Canada, but it i.was admitted by all parties at the hearing that the cost ot everything 'entering into the operation and -main- .le.ianco of railways has increased ;more than 100 per cent, in the last four years, while tho railway com- panies have been granted increases, in what are known as tbe 15 per cent. there has been recently started an extensive publicity 'campaign on lines vhft-b, it is assured, will be of tho greatest, service lo British trade and industry. To'.'ObUIn Data The object of Mr. Theo. Fellden In visiting Canada is to secure tho ini03t reliable infonmilwii and data [possible in connection with Canadian commercial and will be placed be- fore renders of tlie "Kmpire Mail" unil made toown. the world over. This information 'is intended to por- tray all the best elements of Canadian life and lo indicate hmv trade can be expanded betwonu the Mother Country and tins Dominion, to show tbe advantages of settlement IirGaii- DISASTROUS FLOODS RACE IN AUSTRIA VIENNA, Sept. uous rains during the last (ort- nlgm .bavo resulted In floods throughout Austria and enor- mous property losses arc uoi'ted. propakanda for this pur- shoulder with successfully uncovers a rich vein ol vr 4 lieai1-" .unns a fortune for iho 'i "I1 hero. Still later is sLowu the money- hit )ou on the bead with this chair I i mj 8tock exchange In New York iu would have to nse all -my ttreuslh i thc of a "bear" movement that and would he compelled to coma j mean3 ruin and disaster for hundrena down-nrelty heavy ou your Of frensted operators -Never nilud me or my head." said j with Eugene O'Brien playlug a rolo lorn. bit uio in the proper )i8 [a meailv Xeua place and bit me bard too." Keefs as "his priuclpai support, aud After the actiou the said I surrounded by a cast of players who A, j ;are among the aulest ever asaembleii lhat mau doesn t rare what hap- J for a Selznlck picture, it Is noi pens to him. 1 never saw anything slraugo that tbe wealth of action necessary pose, Mi-. Keilden was for some time as- sociated with the London Times, be- ing the manager of the Times' Kngin- cerlug. Supplement. U was through him that tho Times started its Trades Supplement, which he induced Lord Xorthcliffe to undertake, and whicb Jlr. Keilden pronfbted and produced. REAL ACTION AT THE PHOENIX Tom Mix demaiids real action, however painful such action may be. In. the making of his la test .William Fox photoplay, which will shown at the Pboenix theatre today only un- der tbo direction of there is .a furious barroom fight among striking miners aud Mix and An as a striker was told to hit Tom over the bead with.a chair. Tpm at the tisio was on a raised; platform and the "ex- tra" was on the floor. As the camera was grinding.the "extra" lifted the chair, reached up and hit Tom on .the. shoulder. Immediately iTom1 raised.his hand.and cried: "Stop the camera." Turning to Mix'said: like it .He will uke u chance en anything." EUGENE O'BRIEN'S NEW PICTURE HAS MANY THRILLING SCENES ''His Wife's Money." tho new Selz- nick picture, stirring Eugene O'Brien, which comes to the Colonial theatre for a two-clay engagement, beginning ia properly Bescrllied as a com- edy drama. Its Btory Is such as to permit of the paiatlng of real life with plenty-of light and shadcVand as a consequence there is both wholesome! comedy and gripping dra- ma. The picture public is always inter- ested in the "big tilings." which pro- ilucers for tha screen find It possible to uses iri telling their stories. An early incldeut of "Ills Wile's Money" shows' a -disabled motor boat with" a liqautilul ijirl. as 'its lone occupant, silalched from sure'de'strlictlon as it hangs-oil the very brink of a precipi- tous waterfall. Deep in the bowels of the earth, later In the action, thers Is shown-a terrific, explosion which which is Indicated by these big scenes makes for drama of tbe kind thai rarely encountered in the picture tl atre. NEW MUSICAL REVUE- noyle Woolfolk's Novelties of 1920. LI new. musical revue vcb'idi returns to the Majestic oil Tuesday, Sept. 11. under the direction o( Boyle wilb the inlmttab'le Max iilconi in the leadiug comedy role, is of the intimate dmvlng room type of efttei1- taiumeut, which IB achieving such In- tense vogue on Broadway today. Boyle Woolfotk Tiaa established a reputation for presentius only the brightest and cleanest style of musi- cal revue. He bas realized it ways the ideals prevailed in Ixmdpn at the famous Gaiety theatre. Presented iu the original swnic set-! ting which are marvels of taste and beautiful design and interpreted b> one ot the strongest casts ever taken on tour, it is little to bo wondered st I that the Novelties of 1920 Is. taxing [the capacity of the tbeatres in Uie cities In which it is being preiente'd. and for Canadian Northern lli.Cl months ending May 31. 1330. Ac'cWdrnsTto estimates filed the. hoard. 'the result for5. 1920 oil the Canadia'n.' Northern if increased wages, were granted and up'. increase was made in traffic would- he an operating ratio of 13J.23. Vietory-Wfangel; Defeat-Soviet PARIS, Sept. .Russian soviet official statement from Moscow tor September 6 declares that General Wrangel, who Lad assumed the offen- sive on (lie south Russian fropt, vras repulsed by the soviet forces anil thai I nda aud to present an up-, the army suffered lieavy' todate and true, iiiclurc of tho Can-r losses, including three tanks. juda ot: today, and its potentialities j Talks Differently i and bppbrlunities. SEBA5TOPQL. Sept. -Ministers Will Contribute two weefcs in were productive.' >Tr. tho dele-' of a "considerable harvest In prisoners i Sates to the'Imperial Tress Confer-1" and guns for .the 'forces of General Ience. leaving tbe party, for Wrangel, the anti-Bolshevik comninud- the special imrptiKL-s of his toiir. While r In south Russia, according to fig- j in Ottawa he saw Premier Mciglieu ures given out at his headquarters lere. In the period from August 1G his troops: took prisoner iveTnousand Bolslievik and CAiitnVed 17 cannoh'and 51 TnacKine guns. ;iAgainst, the Wr'abgel forces worso had someone beeri fcbhlng me a knife, _MK appetite dwindled away; to.' almost..nothing aud-.l was Ross Shaping Up Fine For Clash With Bert Hughes WIFE MADE HIM EAT FROM TUB George Ross, the popular coast featherweight, steps into the ring next Wednesday night, Sepl. loth, at the .Majestic theatre here, boxing fans are going to see. one of the fast- est boys in action that Ibe local clnbj have over brought here, Bert Hughes. Pacific coast chaianion In his.division. Is Ross opponent ovor the len-rounil route, anrt .whilst there is consider- able speculation over the .outcome of the match owing to Hughes' long of recent victories, most of wblcb have beeu by tlisJC.O. route, It ia a sure thing that'in lliighes meel- fng, Ciftbrge Rosa, Hughes will havo to "watch his .Ross packs a gallop in both lultts. and whilst ho isn't making any noise about, it, he quietly gives tbo Information tbat it has beeu his one ambition to meet Bert Hughes over (he ten-round'distance. "On the said Jloas loday, "you know they feature tbe six-round events I have been looki'ng'for an opportunity of showing the fans again just -what I can do over the ten-round distance, for any right fan knows It Is tho extra four rounds that toil tho big story. I know Hughes is fast, but 'from my past experiences the ten rounds, I know jufit bow to use Jiiy bead, and when tc use it. 1 confl- (leilily expect lo slop Hughes." Jua Fo.Iey, the ponnlnr referee, .will up for lhorbig doinss. So tlie fans can rely" on Ibe liMt possible men ns third man in the ring. 'NEW his wife made him eat from a tub, while the "star boarder" ate from, the table, George Lynch of Brooklyn, de.cided to get another wife, with -more wifely consideration. He carried out his.Intention and in due course.faced the court on a charge of bigamy. The court, also married, heard Lynch's tale with sympathy, arwfl- Ict him go, on condition that he support wife No. 1 and his mother. -THRIFT CONFERENCE JUTE IS. FIXED liJOARV, date for 'Ibo notional thrift will bh bold in Calgary, was tlonnltoly! for nest .Tunt; at a mcctinp of the; JoiMl Ihi-ifl board lart night. Tho, will bfi called Ihvec ilayfij befoi'c Mm bohling of the annual moot-j fnfi of tbo nalional council of women will nieali a saving of travel- and entertainment.expenses and, will enable delegates to attend tbe i sinna of bndlen. In tbs (he tbrlft be vigor-! oifaly tiinilurled by Iho local board throughout tho Dominion. and otber members of the Govern-. .EUGENE 'OBRIEN :fn "His Pictures had'- Rheumatism So .Bad He Was Tola There .Was Practically No Hope Cosine--- Now Wbll and Strong He in Winnipeg on a visit I Gives Tanlac Credit for ment. The Premier has promised to] At thc Colonial and Thurs- contribule- an aniclo to the Canadian; number articles of the 'Empire .Mail." and will written :for tbe journal by Sir Foster, Hon. lussians are declared to ,-ill.] Raider, and arming even the stu- In addition, to fh'ese contributions lenls and drawing reinforcements' there will lie articles from each of_Ihe rom the Polish front. Premieis of the different j including one from Premier Charles Stewart, whom Mr. Fellden Is pro- ceeding to KOraonlon.to see, Financially Backed i Behind the propaganda, said -Mr. Feilden to the tu-enly to' thirty of the sre.ales't bank'ers and shippers ot Ureat Ilrilain.. The "Em-- JDric- Mail' ia ;m altruistic Journal, in! [that it is fiiiaiic-ialiy" the) i sole pnpjiose of spreading trade propa-! of benefit to the Empire j ami not for profit. In addition .to trade jiropaganda of mutual'beiua-j jfit. to ccmbat Bolshevism also disseminate! This anti-Bol-! fiieviBi literature intended to get 1 right to the hearts oE the people. j The aim of the Imperial Trade 6r- 1 ganization. said Mr. Feilden, is lo .1 exploit Canada lor .the benefit, of Can- HUNDRED THOUSAND MINERS ARE IDLE WILKESBARRE, Pa., Sept. Contrary to general 'expectation, there was no general movement of. anthracite mine workers back to work today. Reports from the en- tire hard coal regions indicated that at least men arc still id'le. MACSWINEY WEAKER LONDON, Sept. .bulletin issued by the Irish Self-Deteririin- ation League at noon with regard to Mayor condition said: "The lord mayor suddenly got -'jada and of the Empire.. It is IhsS.near- much weaker. The doctors are est Dominion to Great Britain, and this being so is more closely; as- with'it. the Canadian. Gov- ernrnent Is financially backing tbe COLONIAL Tonight and Thursday Entire Change of Program EUGENE O'BRIEN IN "His Wife's Money" "MOONSHINES AND MUMPS" Comedy Special EVERY NIGHT COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA COMING NEXT WON. TUES. "Hip" Vaudeville "The rheumatism got such a hold !on me I was told there was scarcely one cUance-in ten.I .would ever be en- nircsly ricl of it :agaln, but thanks to I Tanlac it Jias- entirely disappeared, [and all my other troubles along vritli .it." saidfWm. R. Holovolsky. ot Higgins street, IJ. C. "Kpr. ..about.. years I Buffered, froin a bad case o't rheuinatisin. ily rlsbt leg became stilY, and tlie calves of legs Eiyelleii up. My arms ached ami iiaihod'mo so it'-was'agony for me to mil on my clolhes. 1 had such chronic pains across my back re.ad about Tanlao InT the papers and got a bottle. The results were so nnu tbat 1 kept on taking it until the rheumatism left me entirely, and riok I never havp a sign of a pain of any kind... My appetite is.so big I can hanlly satisfy it, and I've gained ten pounds Jn weight.' At night I slecit like a rock, and I feel every bit of ten years younger. Tanlac has cer- tainly proyed remarkable nieai cine in my case, and 'I believe the best way In which 1 can show my gratitude Is to make a statument for the benefit ot others." Tanlac ia sold In Lclhbridge by John D..HIginbotham Co.: in Coal- hurst by Diamond Drug Store, and In Warner by. Mrs. N. Dcr- j tbat I don't believe It could have hurt very anxious and have forbiddcr.- hls relatives to converse with him." IROQUOIS EDITOR DEAD -'_____ Sept, lieath occurred-here last night of R. 8 PcUon ctlicor of. the St. Lawrence publ'hhcd'at IroijHols, MlSCHA ELMAN Tho famous who ban sail- ed (or Europe lo glvo a command per- formanco before the King of tho glans, and who will tour I Kuropo. grocer a packa proves a' time-saver for breakfast or lunck Toasties are corn flakes of superior grade arid clistinctive flavor. They are unusual in their goodness, and not only save cooking but are serv- ed without a bit of waste, Canadian Postum Cereal E M P R E S S TODAY AND TOMORROW Why Change Your Wife? Cecil B. DeMjIle's Den to vorce Startles Entire World With Revelations Other Attractions Also Mies Dolly Preiton and Mr. Ben Oix ln-Duets FOWLER'S AT HOME" 7 cepcp CHERRY flNDBLflCKBERRY. COnc owiccraakcs agiubnof tWicwu Put im m 4 and 1 33 8o_z SoW (yQwctM-awgsl GpeatJxM'Ficriics.'MbuaeRaptiesetc. PHOENIX TODAY ONLY The daredevil of the screen .In a dramatic triumpb TOM MIX IN ViSffll? JIM A William Fox Production Also 'SNUB POLLARD x COMEOV "ALL DRESSED UP'1 PATHE NEWS AND SEEING CANADA Save Certificates for Wearever Aluminum NABOB THERE WILL BE AN AUCTION SALE FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING HEINTZMAN PIANOFORTE ON FRIDAY NEXT, SEPT. 10TH AT 909 7TH AVENUE SOUTH 'FULL PARTICULARS TOMORROW. FRANK WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER. ;