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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KIGHTV, THE IJETHDRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29..10S) PHOTOPLAYS EFFECT OF WALL STREET EXPLOSION Counsel Points Out Where Increased Hates Ser- f iously Affect AVesl OTTAWA, Sept. Hy the prime minister in the railway Vales appeal ns to tin- proV-Uiio snr- pms of the C !T.Ei. in view of fact ihut Ihe full a p illicit ions for was not grained by the railway luxurd. Mr. Symingtou repress mm p Mauitutei. that it wouiJ fce difficult to ar- rive at definite coiu-lusious because of lack of definite inforntatiuu. thought thai the estimate mailo by Chief- CommlSFLoner Carvell of a Gi'O.OiJO surplus was" tit low thf mark. to another fay ihe. miuisior counsel for the Maiii-v iulia government suij he lui "tuXe the ground that the increase in should have fceeji re-Iuscd by the railways but they should be con- sidered as only one step in :i gradual process of increase lhal had been tuk- log place. 'Mr. Symington saiii that the judg-1 uieni of the railway commission pro-1 Tideil a feature which was whll to ,11 the wesl. Ii Provided) be [ione_ SUPREMACY-OF SEA i Tear Thai Lead in Shipping I Wouid Go to United States Disappears a cent, mprease ihe mouths nc January to take care NEW Canadian Press.) is now definitely assured thai old Kalher Kent line, will remain', a lirilish jdtijen. according to an article troih I a correspondent published In I die Street" Journal: "The writer, Herbert N. Oasson, luis'mado a'close study ot British lie de- clares that at one ttirrre was iit Grent Rritaiii ibat the lead in tlie shipping world m'tild so the United Fatter N'eptune would :becunu3 a naturalized .Britain, by a remark- able boom in shipbuilding, has now re- giuiK-d supremacy. Tlio iirticle is, part, as follows: i "Every lirilisher is uoldinp his head a bit has hcanl with deepest satisfaction Hie nowe that i Great Britain lias beaten America as u shipbuilding country. "Last year. "America was easily first. But a Symington, could not, in fairness he' more than one-half ot the eastern in-1 crease, assuming that any increase j was granted. He stated that, during i the hearing in Ottawa last August, j tlie railway commission had issued an I -j order pro Aiding for increases in the! j domestic export rates from the ports i'l of .Montreal, Quebec, Halifax and St. John lo conform with the United H States rates. Nothing was said about j h d pn: oraer'- this order to the people who were Ottawa righting increased rates, ami it had only come to his attention with- in Use last few days. Why was It not discussed at the time the subject before the board? He strongly objected to it. CALGARY, Sept. Gideon Robertson, minister of labor, who ar- rived in Calgary this afternoon from IN mm j British citizen. "in other matters no Englishman I worries his head about the supremacy jot tie United States. i ''An American may t-oine here, as a j certain Mr. Liggett ilid last .mouth, of "the best nritish Brug one worries "The Idol Dancer" Coming to Empress STARTING TOMORROW Christians have been known by tarious' symbols throughout the his- tory of the world, but no where do a people stamp themselves as a be- liever in tho religion of Christ in as strange a way as on the -South Sea Islands. All over tho Islands a calico wrapper on a native woman or a cot- ton shirt 011 a man IB ah 'unfailing sign that the wearer has adopted .Christianity. until the arrival of a girl from tho Kast, whom he falls in Thr struggle then becomes more iuvolved and mounts to'-a stirring climax. Keeves Kasoo I'irecteci this failure, ami the supporting compauy includes KuJolph Charles l.o Moyne. Harris, Bobby Mack. Mary Charlcsou. Rulh Fuler (Jolilen and Fontaine La Hue. CONSTANCE TALMADGE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT AND THURS. Everybody's favorite, Constance Tal- madge, will be featured at the popular Colonial Theatre for today and Thurs- day In her latest special Select pro- duction, "Happiness a Mode." Be- ing a delightful comedy dranm. rich in subtle humor, it gives Miss Tal. madge cue ol the finest opportunities of her entire career. Lovers u( Miss Talmafige's work on the screen will thoroughly enjoy "Happiness' a i.a .Oln" attractions on the bjll a uvo reel comedv riot A Villain's Broken a Centurv special comedy. CHARLIE CHAPLIN MATINEE f.T COLONIAL FRI. AFTERNOOM Cliarjie Chaplin's one and only Ihv reel special comedy feature, "Chaso Me Cliarllo" will be shown the Ool- ouial theatre on Kriduy afternoon this week to tho kiddles as a special treat. The matiuco will run from till C p.m. Kvery kldulo In lowu should be given a'i opportunity of seeing Chap- lin iu this picture. CALGARY. Sept.- of al tennis, whicl: is a distinctively ately returned men same. But no one worries proiima have been assisted by loans from Better luck next year. No Soldier Settlement Board in Alberta, is more than 98 per cent, are making! "I3ut as shipping, that is another good on the land, and of the two perlInalter' No other nation, not even the cent remaining very few are failures I United States, must allowed lo through any fault of their own, but! endanger British at sea. That' Is "merely the- free- .This fact adds considerable humor i to the delicious love story which is i told in the latest D. W. Griffith .pro- duction for the screen, "The Idol which -will he the attraction at the Empress Theatre, beginniug to- morrow. dom of investment and foreign money never hurls any country. "A certain Mr." Tildelt may come i here, and-b'eat all the ablest English- rather on account family troubles British Columbia, assured the Canad- j or force of This is (lie ian Press that he would immediately message brought to-Calgary by (he give- his attention to the new demands fi ild supervisors of ihe board who to- of tho coal miner? of Alberta for a "lay are in conference in the board. re-opening of their recently nigned j of trade rooms endeavoring to get an! Britannia may or may not rule India. She may or may not rule in industry and finance. lint slie must continue; as long as she is an island to rule the Caton ot f- c n contract. The dispute- that has aris- en is in connectiou with an increaso of a day for all day .wage work- ers at the iu reply to a cmes- j tion the minister stated at xhe ruuiii- j ent he could not. express any opinion I been -presented to him. He however, .that the whole matter and the of opinion from the staff deoit a11 reverse of the war made so tlic .British thc best methods to meet pav- uienis the loans made to the vet- as tne de'strnctlTpiicsa of the German as to me ._______ __ RUN ON. BANKS TO submarines. 3iore than British ships went is the one out- standing memory of the war.' j "It is the memo'ry-oC her shipping losses that will prevent HARRY CAREY AT COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY At the Colonial theatre neit Friday and Saturday locnl theatregoers will have an opportunity to enjoy another Harry Carey production. "Human is the title and it will show ncw evldence ot Carey's versatility. He appears as a coilege bred man'with the blood of the out-of-doors :in his veins. To please his father he tries his hard at managing his manufactur- ,ing plant, Irat admits himself a failure .as a basiness man, as well as in the social life to which he A filial escapade, when the young man drowns his troubles in the flowing Mrs. Grsves Says Taniac Mads Wonderful Change rn Her Condition. has given me health am hapjuness and 1 am now ready to ex press my thanks and .gratitude lor wonderful recently sale ED5IONTOX'. Sept. provin- Focal banks in the past few .daysv as a result of which. two have been closed a'nd two others have temporarily, suspended payments in their savings banks, was due to a plot, Simon Swin, vice-president of the Tremont _TFust charged. "it is a ease of business rivalry, of lion eat he announced his intention in a day or two to expose licly one of Britain from th" "'Sht of corn- cutting Ireland adrift. 'An oat tie father than .Urn Pierce is in the wrong en- vironment and suggests that he go West and take charge ot his big ranch, which has always heen a money loser Arriving in the West the young East- enej finds the cards, stacked against him. Unscrupulous foremen and i ent Ireland wouid mean a base for hostile submarines. As Uoyd George o i suoinarmes. Ljoyu ueorge BOSTON i Sald-Tnced no other evidence thin the submarine sinkings outside Ire- I land, to say that if the British. Empire i surrendered control over Ireland, it 1 would be committing Hulcide.' i "So while there has been' a heavy ranch owners have con- j fall in the securities oT. shipping com-1 lhe Pierce clal organization of boards of trada the greatest plots known, in the in Alberta was organized today at general meeting of delegates over rrovinI.B iirioi v> 'A i 11 l try Tan lac. but before i took it I r iifki'd my doctor what he Ihonpht .-bout il and he said. TCS, BO set'it: .liint is Jun what yim liecfl.' I tonk! [r luar Miles of Tanlar: and now am over what it has done for r; rue (hru r am telling all my friends f, alioiit it. Sly aprotltf. Is aplenrtid nnd i _'] am enjoying 1 eat. Mr' it alUisrces wilii me and I ain never' j. troubled on-i liit nderwJirils. The: fii'ins-in in.v back liavn entirely dis.ip-I I pciircil itncl I haven't bad one of those i ,5 headaches sinro I slarted {I'f.inf, Tun-' lac. iiffn-fs aro.Eteaily nim nil iiigbt, I sound as a chiM. sitn saininc in weight and iilljl riverjoytd at tin! t wnnilcrful T.inlni- has made (ji, their co-operation and to secure ami i maintain unity of efforts on such inat> ters us legislation affecting business, i etc. :The first 'prosirlent of the newly- organized Amalgamated Boards ot Trade, of Alberta, now in session he j FRBELTON, great storm I which swept ibis part of Wentworth TO RELIEVE CAR SHORTAGE i county Saturday struck with converg- H'l.VXIPKG. Sept. will be i forco nll a Strj1( ncar Clyde, taken to relieve the far shortage in a fcw from ncre A slrip om 0[ Northern Manitoba on Canadian Na-; long ami fifty ftil wide Is today "ncs- il was by A.; swept as clean ol trees, buildings, is .7. A. Valimielte of Calgary Warren, general manager, following i [entc3 arid other obstacles as it of the noard of trade ot wit'' -1- llrown, Pilot j Dt.en m0wed Mound, president of the Unite.! Harm-j The storm swept clown a torna- crs of. Manitoba.. Mr. llrcraii com- do. Trees in that narrow atrip of two .plained of the situation to Ihejloard (and a half feet diameter were knock- I of Itnilway ComniissMi-iers .bore yes- j ed down like bowling ptns. Fence rails i tcrday. were thrown across 15-acre fields'by 1 the force of the wind and a buggy in LEAVING WINHIPEG llhc farmyard that city. WEDNESDAY'S BALL GAMES" LEAGUE Kirst game: i, lUilladelphia i, i Smilli and Oi-sr] iclll. ri oorerae WMc- 1 arbitra- led up bodily and landed on to the next tlon linartl, comprising Sir Walter farm 300 yards away The barn and Hon. Win.' 11. Tatt ami Kir outbuildings at fh.V Coverdale farm Thomas While, Vhich nrrivwl here Insiiecliiig (ho Iho (J.T.P. tliis were in the contro of the storm and wore liloivn dtiwii. Ttif, house escaped the worst part, but all tho windows In Second game: Philadelphia K Tuesday iijfihl. K. I WiimincK property a wnows n 0 ln connccilon wilh itie the side towards the store were crush- 7 rj Inmaljwiinntlon of Iho lines. Tiieyjcd In. er iwi11 leave fnr the vest tmaorrow uiiil will nn exhanstivo survey of th Charlie Chaplin in "Chase Mo a five reel comedy at the Colonial Friday afternoon at for the kiddles. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative ft i i ll nnil Wliea.t.; KilJiiiKloi and I O.T.I'. (hrouslioiil Wpstrrn Canailu. ANSERICAN LEAGUE Vorlt and i Hi.nnahV 'lYarrk ID ill Kericca caiiflit the storm r.-pre Ilirnivn iiriih ivays. Another farm- "r. N'. UaniFay. Ills imuse ba.liy 'fiKkr is sold ill LpllilirMfre by John JliKiribntham s- Co.: in Coal- HAVE FINGER PRINTS OF EVERY YANKEE MIXXK.U'OUii. Minn. Klngd-. jH-inls uf overy man. woman and chll'! ill Ilic ['nilcd Slntr-p -.ill anil liy the government In Ihu a iKTinnnenl moans of iiltin- lilic hi Iho nrr-hanl of 52 trees only two withsloDil tlie siorin, ill) beirig pulled out by tin, rums. A peculiar feature ot the storm was that, going between ---------------------._ 6reat (l BOXED 15 ROUNDS TO YOHK. Srpt. Lynch anil Jiicu Slmrk'jj'. bntli'of X.'iv Vnrk. bnx..d_ IS rounds to a draw at Marl..........lamr-ny. nan ins imnse im.liy sqnar.-, fi.lnlens last nichl. l.-.nib i 'iumaBCd, and most at thu plno torts us pomrls nnd Khaik. lii. Krovn uniK-cl pctor Anmis were "I'molcd. Throe horses in a" pasture BULLFIGHTING BECOMING .field were killed bv falllns tret's and STRENUOUS SPECTATORS time rails. g !--------------------___ spfciauirn' [joint nt Is as pfronnrnis as busr-ljaH "fans" at Ilaro. dlsplr-nscd with lh" work of 'tllr. (f-roro, HSMilr-.l Ijini -.vldi a vr.'lloj' of He Span are not fivaihiliK' al and 50 PER CENT. AUTO VICTIMS ARE UNDER FIFTEEN YEARS OF AGE XKW YOltK. statistics' whli-h liavn hiou IBSIKM! by Iho Health killed by automobiles York i firs' if'H' "SS 'ir.-lcr ago. Accept 9yrui> ot Figs for the California on the then yon arc sure .vour oiiild is having thr? heal and most liarmlcss physic for Ihc little stomach, and bowels, Clilldrcn Uivo its AdvwUsomonf, PHOENIX Tomorrow and Thurs. A Bride with Brains Made a Man of Him ALBERT RAY WAS Married In Haste and .went broke ELINOR FAIR his prctly wife, put him on his feet'again. A .WILLIAM FOX Comedy Directed by Arthur Rosson ALSO PATHE NEWS TIME "HIS DEAREST POSSESSION" A British Artcralt produc- tion. Don't miss it: COLONIAL SPECIAL ATTRACTION Today and Thursday TALMADGE -More delicious tuau ever in her very latest special production, "Happiness A La Mode" A rtellglilfvl comedy drama. It's It's H'a fast furious. FUN! FUN! FUNI V- Added Attractions: Century. Comedy Riot "A VILLAIN'S BROKEN HEART" Two reels of roars. SCREEN .MAGAZINE Every COLONIAL'CON- CERT ORCHESTRA Friday and Saturday HARRY CAREY .V "HUMAN STUFF" MPRES -3 DAYS; STARTING TOMORROW 5Dc; 10o Appearing at 2, and 10 p.m. Positively no one will be seated during the dance She won't wear dresses because thty "smell (III you see her devil-devil dance I "THE IDOL DANCER" She's the fascinating heroine of D. W. GRIFFITH'S lalcst personally directed photoplay, a romance of true love and wild adverilSrc ?r, ih- faraway Southern Seas Youlll Ms.maroj slMngc'.artcl stirringth'lngs In this unusual'drama of nie ln a where mlsht makei right urarra Tonight Last an'd Vaudeville. ;