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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 25, TET HBRlDflE DAn.Y HERALD PHOTOPLAYS PAGE FIFTEEN VAUDEVILLE And Murder Charge Will Be of the Far North EDMOXTOX, Sipt.2o.-The charge "ot raurdcr against Joseph Omar Bhar- -on, thejBaptiEto.Lake who vrij uccuSM of being resppnilbta (or tb> death of Roger Kill be withdrawn at rie.it' week's Msskrn of the supreme court, according to an announwnnftiH made bj Crown Prose- cutor .B. fl. CotPwell, K.C.. on morntes. N'iplssing catnQ to bla ileath near Atha- basca Landing, August 82 last In a Bttndup Hiit-wlth. Sharon. The evi- dence taken at he regarded It a> a loria ot iou: propaganda' ought to be stopped. It IB supposed that ths of- fensive slip was put In tbe parcel by one ot the packers, i BACKUS MAY GET NEW TIMBER LIMIT Back- us ot Minneapolis, Peter Ilenan, M.P. for Kenora, ari'd various govern- ment officials were In conference to- ay with Premier Drury and other On- arlo government authorities In regard o the proposition relating to tbo at- lulrement by the Backus interests of big pulp and power privileges near the Uako of the Woods. Al the con- clusion of the conference It was'elat- ed that no agreement had yet been reached but it was intimaled that the >rOBpects of tbe negotiations were [man ot tho Russel Sage Foundation, avorable to some agreement being York City, is in Ottawa confer- enlered into. jng with labor department officials on ndustrial conditions in Canada. HE URGES STRONG MERCHANT MARINE FOR THE DOMINION Sept. start of all navies has from the merchant Eefvicej" said Csptain Donald Munro, U.N., ,today, discussing Can- aval future. "I am convinced that the! best thing for Canada to-do is a sound sea Instinct premeal- ins through lei' population. This can fce doaeicnly by training the proTiiion of fishtinj ships neoea- must follow afterward." iinrp.was chief adviser to rfmirally duHns the war 'defense. He Is on his first visit.to Canada.- He eiprensed the op- inion' that definite contribution to the empire. ;iavy must be forthcoming eventually froni all tha chief British dominions. Meantime he advocated the training of young sailors and the cplAbllghjnent'of port defense on both Canadian1'.; coasts. He will address N'aify league gatherings at several ypiDts lu Canada! LUTHERAN PASTOR DIES Sept. J X. Kildahl, vice-presijjen! of the Nof- wexlau Lutheran. church of America Jicd toda'y local hospital, aged CJ3.. Rev. Kiiaabl for 16 years, was president of SX'Ola'fs College, North field, MinneEota. In 1305 made a knight of the order of St. Olal by the.king ol-Konvay. LUMBER KING DIES CHATHAM; Oat., Sept. B. Bay City, Mlch.i and for years one of'the leading lumbermen of the states and president of tho Do- minion paused away early thlp-morning at the home of Ms son He suffered an attacl "M ocute iu'digoElion Wednesday wbl] in the city, a meeting ot the Olrcclors of the Dominion Sugar Com pany here. CHARGED WITH SILVER THEFT U. S. FARMERS WHEAT CHICAGO. Sept. plies to questionnaires sedt to 200 grain elevator companies In middle western states indicate tlist farmers are holding wheat higher prices, according to a.Btatement today from the Farmers' Rational Grain Deal- ers' 'Association. These re- ulles showed, the statement said, that wheat sblmueuts this y.ear were much .tcrvver tban-last sad that elevators which normally were tilled lo capacity now were only about one-fourth fall. The statement eald farmers were holding their grain "because they cannot make, a fair prefit at present OF1 mm. BE ITALY RATIFIES ST. GERMAIN TREATY "ROME. Sept. senate unan- imiusly ratified tbe treaty of St. Cer- main today. Tho treaty has already been approved by tlia chamber of doputleB. On Octobsr 1, the provincial de- :irtment of education will bo again In possession of the nwchjufcal i.nfi scientific equipment owned by tUe jrovince an 3 vaiueu" at niors than "anil through. tho seneni-iily of the CaiEl.ry school beard and the loard. of ccwnilssloaers of the city of Calgary, will bavo the use for ed- ucational pirposes of the Colonel schco! the adjacent. luilu- s, fn which tho equipment is in- stalled.- organization will consti- tute tho provincial Institute of tech- nology and srl. lu this valuable plant It Is propos- ed to organize and establish various types of vocational training for men PROBING DOMINION LABOR CONDITIONS OTTAWA, Sept. M: Eelek- DID HE ASK PAT BURNS FOR AN OFFER? President Wil- son IE going into tho mutlon busi- ness, telling them on' the hoof. The much talked of "While House sheep" are being sold as tha first step In the departure of tho Wil- son family. A number have al- rosdy been disposed of and It I5 eald that, while some have been given away to Menus, others haro fetched each. PASSENGER -PLANE CRASHES IN' ENGLAND; plane crashed In the outskirts o London this, afternoon. Tho pilot of and four passengers' were killed and another passenger -seriously mjured. RAILVMY COMjviiasioN TO KIT IN WlNNIPER sept; Z5.--Z Board of Railway Commissioners will hold a session hero Tuesday, September 28 and probably Wednesday, according to word received by City Clerk S. J Brown today from Richardson, seen lury the board. No mention wag made of what mailers would be con- sidered at the sittings. The board ia also scheduled lo sit here on October 25, to hear tho express rates case. B. C. CONTRACTOR DIES IIAHA, B.- 0., Sept, Hatch, 75 years qf age, for 31 years resident of Vancouver on the died arid one of the contractors Victoria parliament buildings, here today as a result o! being gored by Mr. Hatch was a. member of the Orange order.- NEW YORK 1 GETS PAPER MILL ST. JOHN, N. u. Sept. proprietors of the New York Worli oewspapor have acquired conlrol o the St. George Pulp and-'Paper Com Jisny of St George, N. B., Alfred C Troy, manager ot the nounced today. concern, an COnALT, Sept.- Burka was-sent for.trial by1 jury today on a charge of hayinE silver illegally. The police failnd nine bags of high grade which ho had-hidden and which ta said he WILL GIRL'S HEART HALIFAX, 'Sppt. The heart of Winnlfrcd ot Mahon, -the cir- cumstances bf- whose 'death In Mon- acal are. being investigated by Nova authorities, has arrived hero for oiatriination by Dr. A. 0. Nlcholls, provincial, pathologist. It is hoped the enmijatlpa will establish lha fact of whether -or not Wlbnrfrod Hatnm died. of heart failure, as reported. The result will probably be known on Mon- day. CALGARY LAWYER DIES SUDDENL' CALGARY, Sept. 25. Edward Coleman, of the firm ,of Coloman am Warren, barristers and solicitors died suddenly while silting :at hi: desk In his office In tho'Trust am Guarantee building at 3.30 on Fritlax afternoon. Heart' failure ja Ibough' to bo the cause, QUEBEC HOUSEWIVES WANT CURFEW LAW QUEBEC, Sepi; the meet- ng of the Housewives' League held ast night it was again decided to re- quest tho city council to adopt a cur- Caw law. In tbia city. MANITOBA MINISTER VERY ILL OF INCURABLE MALADY George Grier- SOH, minister of public, is critically ill at his borne in Mlnmv doso. He has been in poor health for several months. After a breakdown during tile last session of the Legis- ature he afent some mouths on the Pacific Coast. He is suffering from a malady from which doctors say ho can never recover. requiring instruction alo: lines. ng practical dlsn production into which Henry Ed- wards has woven into the luaglc ot his art tho soul of the artist. From tlio humble of life ho selects his artist aui his presents them to 113 at tha miimen[ when each in his or lier own way and driven by the of circum- stances are about to fall from tbelr ideals. With the strength born of their mutual understanding, how they picserve their fidelity, constitutes a picture as eloquent as If it had the of speech, so strongly does It stir the emotions. A truly great pic" turo must not only possess excellence In technical skill realistic acting, but It must windows of our Eovis to let in ttio light of truth and beauty and this U what Mr. Kdwards dons In this great production on "Ills Direst Possession." ORCHESTRAL CONCERT AT COLONIAL THEATRE WISCONSIN CITY GETS WARNING SUPERIOR, WIs., Sept. warning that the Douglas county court house and every prominent busi- ness house on. Tower avenue- would be blown up Saturday morning at o'clock was found in a mail boi hero today. CHEAF-WOOD FOR SOLDIERS city baa launch- ed. Its 1920-21 .wood scheme, which it IB expected will provide cordwood worth. before spring.. The wood 'will be sold to returned sold- iers' families and charitable institu- tions at from }3 to n cord less faau tbe prices charged by dealers. D. W. .McKinloy, wood commission- er, announces that be will be able to employ every iiiiiii who desires to go Into the bush. Approximately cords were cut last season. H Is'liop- ed to cut this season. Work this year has been started two months earlier than last. IS ONE HUNDRED AND NEVER DANCED WINSTED, Lucy H. Tho EupcrvlE'on of the Institute work will be done by the provlncia1. director of technical education ami tho direction ot the work shop will bo undcir tbe management ot J. JI. lioss, at present principal of tho pre- centre.ot Kast Calgary. Instruction Specialists It Is the intention ot tho depart- ment to advertise courses ot inr.truc- llon'and to'provlde for the inini'jdialu futuve a staff of lo fur- nish. Instruction 10 meet tho most pressing needs and demands of the province. Applications will'be Invited from young men on tho farm, in pow- er plants, lu railway shopp, in mines, in commerce, and whero t'ue numbers justify it, a courts will be establish- 'ed to provide tbe required instruction, which will havo a direct application to their needs and their chosen oc- cupations. inquiries Respecting Courses Inquiries have already been receiv- ed by tho department from account- ants, from miners, from power plant attendants, from students lu high1 schools, and'from graduates of blgli schools, asking for iTai-ioits kinds-of business and engineering courses.' These inquiries havo corno from all of tbe province and letters have becu received also from, Sas- katchewan and -.from Manitoba. The demand for skilled men with techni- cal insight and education has been brought homo to all young men by the, world-quaking events of the past few years, and tho_ economic value of5a proper- vocalioriJIItrafning bag been revealed to every one who has Watched the thousands, of returned men who became efficient through short intensive training in the school at Calgary and in other similar schools throughout Canada. Courses 'for Miners The institute -will carry on the work which has proved BO valuable tc the miners throughout the prov- ince, .which has enabled so many of tb'em to quality for the certificato required of mine oilicicls and which has increased the eQlciency of ail as miners. Tractor Instruction It Is proposed to establish and de- velop to the greatest extent a course in tractor operation, and ropair, which .will cncblo farmers and pros- jieclive owners of tractors through- out the province to acquire the prac- tical training which will enable Ihem to operaln their machines in the most Another splendid orchestral concert M ill be given at the Colonial theatre en Sunday evening at 9 o'clock by Hereford's Augmented Colonial Or- chesira ot fifteen soloists. A number of popular asd classical orchestral sel- ections will be rendered. "The Maid of the Mountlaus" overture will be I Included In the program. FINE ATTRACTIONS AT COLONIAL NEXT WEEK For the week storting on -Monday the Colonial theatre- Manager Len Brown arranged 1 splendid list ot attractions. Hippodromo Vaudeville will receive a big boost on Monday and Tuesday by the general excellence of the bill to be presented on days. Top- ping the bill will be seen the Kittle Brothers In their wonderful acrobatic act. Tjie Rlttle Brothers are muscu- lar marvels, and their ottering Includ- es a roiitiuu of sensallonul feats. "The Jazz a heat comedy skit, will bs offered by Kapler nnd Monna, a duo of clever artists. In- terpolated iuto_ Ibe action o" the sketch are a n'ucnbor of singing dancing specialties which wil! en- liven the-flct. Walter Gilbert, "tbe flexible come- will bo a welcomu addition to tbe bill with his original comedy anil clever novelties. The T-ivo Wrens in a concoction of Scotch and Irish singing and dancing will Complete the bill in satisfactory, style. In addition to tiie vaudeville on EOMJl f rtZMAURia At WH THE bANCE.' SHOWING AT THE EMPRESS FOR THE LAST TIMES TONIGHT Jmo. Throat, who has Just observed her efficient manner ana without loss of ]00lh birthday, has only one regret. She has never danced. All her life, she confided to friends, she has want- ed to, but her parents' religious, be- liefs forebode it. NEW MINISTER IS PRACTICAL FARMER CALGARY BOY VICTIM IN ELEVATOR ACCIDENT CALGARY, Sept. Harris, 7 years of only son. of. Mrs, J. Harris, a widow, residing, lo tie Al- berta Corner, was Instantly Wiled laal night -when ho ifaa caught be- tween tho floor ot the elevator And the first floor In ibc Alberta Corner building at 7.15. CONSTANCE TALMADGE A IA AT TUB COLOmAL WKDNESDAY AND THUK3DAY7 WINNIPEG. 0. J. H. Malcolm Manitoba's new minister ol agricul- ture, Is is practical farmer. He is a graduate oinhe Ontario Agricultural College Mil has successfully operat- ed a large farm in Ills constituency for many years. Mr. Malcolm has boon a member of the provincial house continuously since- 1910 nnil has been an able sup- porter of tho Norrls government since it Resumed power and when It was in Opposition to the Rohlin Con- servative administration. He was horn at Kitssowilo, India, August 20, 1S66, tho aon ot Col. George Mnlcolm of tho Border Regi- ment. He cnmo to Canada In' 18S2 with the Intention of farming find In order to gain scientific knowledge ot agriculture, went-to the college at Ouelpli. Ho Ima been prominent in the Grain Growers' organization fof ninny'years. THE HUNGER STRIKE (Kincardine Review.) "I see hy tho Ilennes- itojr, "trial Terenco McSwcency la uttrrliT hlmsilf, and hla frlmls Bay that if he dol3 thin Uoyd Ocorgo Is a murthlrer. Sure I think a man is a fool to lalk that way." "Xpt replied Dooley. "A man mar toll an outrageously fool- ish llo and rot be a fool. So long as are fools who believe It and wise who pretend tc, Ilien ho in no fool." "But don't you think yoursllf It is Inquired Hctmessy. "Sure 1 do." repdlcd Do'oley. "Here le what Ihcy call a In point: am living in a dhry dlslhrlct and you Bend me a bottle of whiskey, hut be- cause I have an ould grmlge yon I refuse to dhrlnk II, M dol of Ihirst, would you he a "Mul that's no a parallel said Hennesay. "0, yes it replied Dooley, laid lierinessy, "It is not case nl all V. haweo.' With tho einiipnjent a cmirse in farm mechanics will be es- tablished. This course will Include short courses In farm''forging, farm carpentry anil gas engine operation. A good equipment Is installed for nstnictlon In 'electrical and steam engineering, nnd with the number ot power plants In the cities and' towns, as well as al thu mining centres, a large number should bo Interested in these courses. Wllli other courses, such as lelc- grunlry and motor mechanics, with ample equipment already installed, It 13 lelleved that n valuable opportun- ity Is now available to men through- hut at Monday Tuesday, Warren Kerri- gan, the popular screen star, will be scan In hlo latest comely drama, "A Burglar for a a picture which Kerrigan a great opportunity to show his true ability. The latest Topical Weekly and n good comedy l round out the show, whilst Ileres- tord's Colonial Concert Orchestra will be heard in orchestral selections. Man- ager Brown is giving this vaudeville his personal a winner. Constance Talmadge, beloved by every screen fan, comes to tlio Co- lonial on Wednesday and Thursday next in her very latest special pro- duction, "Happiness a 3a one of those peculiarly delightful come- dies which havo made Miss Talmtidge a universal favorite. "Happiness a la Mode" is so totally different from tho ordinary run.of screen plays that it Ic refreshing nnd c.xhiliaratlug. it gives Constance Tnlmadgo one of the big- gest opportunities of her career. Co- lonial patrons will enjoy H. As an extra special feature attrac- tion for Friday and Saturday the Colonial v.-lll offer Harry Carey In his very latest super-special production, "Human Stuff." Prom all accounts "Human Stuff" Is one .of Harry Car- ey's most distinct triumphs and Is ft worthy successor to his former big successes, "Overland "Marked Men" ami "Bullet Proof." There Is 110 disputing tho fact that Carey is the bust loved westerner on the screen today, and it is n certainty that the Colonial won't be big enough to ac- commodate the crowds who will want lo see him in "Human Ills lat- est production. On Friday night, as an added at- traction, Manager Brown will oilor tho first of his new Novelty Xighls. This In to lie a new entirely new and different lo the weekly Country Storo N'lglils. Watch for the announcements. out the province to enter new, most useful fields of education nominal cost, as the fees required should not deter anyone from taking ndvnnlage of this opifbrlunity lo be- come heller equipped for useful lab- Lator on, when tlio now building, which the government Is to orect in Calgary, Is completed, the scopo ot tho work clvcn, will lie very mater- ially extended. In order Hint Iho in. slllnlo work for the coming winter inny be properly organized, It la highly desirable that all prospective studoi.ts should apply for Information ami admission p.a early as possible Tho work will'bo started on Novem- ber S. All Imiiilrlos may be soul- lo the provincial director of (Thnicnl education, parliament buildings, Kd- monlon, Alberta, "HIS DEAREST POSSESSION" BRITISH "MASTERORAFT" PHOENIX BIG M'JSICAL SHOW, COME ALONG MARY" AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT Harvey D'Orr's musical show. "Come Along will ho tho attraction at tlio Mnjestic theatre for tonight only. In order that those en- gaged in business this evening later than UEinl muy not miss tills oppor- tunity, tho show Avill uot commence until 9 o'clock. With Us twcniy-fivo song hits, Its wonderful scenic proiliicllon, its wcallli ot stunning coslumc-s, real comedians, and Us original Broadway Iluauly Chorus, "Como Along Mary' will shine as one ol the season's best musical shown. Tonight ia thu oillj night, don't miss it. H you sro ir, picture lhat will lift you from tho sor- did walks of lite where men sacrifice Iho heel liiat Ig In them on tho altars of picture with character, heart snd do not fall to see "Ills Dearest (ho his llopworlh release al ihc Phoenix thea- tre on Monday and Tuesday. The shoemaker .'.vHh Ills lost Ibe Workman with his latho, the arllst with his each o! (hcso Ihoro 13 prido fn the dignity er hia work, nnd to uphold thai tllgnlly a man will fishl ngainal