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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE rJETHBRTDOR TUILV UflRALD SATURDAY. FEBnUARy BILL OF U. Si in World Conditions Excuse For Reducing Army Strength WASHINGTON', Feb. today vetoed the julnt rosulu- tion directing tho United States war department to stop further reenUtins unti! tho force is reduced to ITii.OOO men. Kc-lurnins the measure to the house, Mr. Wilson Paid tie was "unable to sec in the condition ol the world nt, ]tl'v- w- T- Manning, who has heen or in tho needs of tho United elected I'rotestunt Uishup of New S! .inT thi't would justify Yurk 'h'spito strons opposition by the s: friction upon the inininnim un-: u" S'vmid that ths 1' strength ot 25'J.OOO men provld-j clergyman is ot English hirth. in the recently-enacted army bill. HOUSTON WILL NOT DO WORE IN CANCELLING GREAT BRITAIN'S DEBT WASHINGTON, Feb. Two phas- es of allied loan status discussion cunie up today in the senate. A let- Secretary the Treasury read by Senator de- clared that hG would net "for obvious reasons" proceed further with nego- Litlle Ripple on Thursday Just Cations for exchanging allied demand C.N.R. WILL NOT ACT ON CONCILIATION BOARD'S REPORT UNTIL THURSDAY OTTAWA, Fob. In regard to tho dtaimte between the management of tho Canudtun Nuttoiiu. Railways and tho employ UPS of the system arming from D. U. Hannu'a "no politic.-; tho minister of labor 1ms iva-lved word from tho munaKPiiiont acknowledging receipt of certified copies of the board of con- cilkitiimV report. The communica- tion acknowledging their receipt intim- ated that thurn will bo no action on tho until the mooting of direc- tors on Kobruury 10. What His Planet Reading Predicted i obligations held by tho treasury for long lime obligations, in order to leave his successor free to act. This was followed by insertion in. the record of press accounts of re- marks by J. Austen Chamberlain, of truth in it. In his prognostications he stated that, on February 3rd and ISth, and on March -illi, Pth. and Mars will he square with the union. means tha't on tlinse days people will be irritable, quarrelsome, destructive, ready to tly at each i other, unreasonable and unmanage- able. According to his worship's reading of the stars, people will lack energy lied indebtedness and rejected by I United States. Senator McKellar, Democrat, Ten- nessee, inserted the press clippings ils Is Intormdtion of the most iiportance. It is the first authorita- live information we have that the proposal to cancel the debts of Great Britain to the United States was made to our Senator On Peb llth -ml i 1-th When Mars will be in trine with the moon, Feb. 6th, 16th, 20th, and March 1st, 10th, 17th and 21st, people will have a desire to do something of a constructive nature and will meet with success in such effortf. It will be seen that the last dates mentioned, when 'Mars 'will be Knox, Republican. lvanla' Ulok occasion today to say that State and treasury department offi- cials refused any direct comment on Mr. Chamberlain's statement. J. A. CAULDER PRESIDENT OP ICE CREAM MANUFACTURERS WINNIPEG, Feb.. A. Canlder trine with the moon, are the most ot Mooael'lw was elected president ot auspicious, and will serve as a guide Wcstern Canada Ice Cream Mann- to those wha are about to engage in tourers' Association at the conclud- enterprises and undertakings. It la ing session of the annual convention well to watch out for the dates when j ot Mars is in a cantankerous mood, with K- Fntheringham was-chosen Tice- its influence on the people of this F. L. Martin, Winni- planet. This is .when it will be square secretary-treasurer. with the moon. As a planetary calen- dar the movements of Marg will be an interesting if not useful one. SENATOR ROSS AND J. BUREAU, M.P., J, Van Winkslcn, a Manitoba dele- Bate, urged the manufacturers should ST. JOHN, N.B., Feb. The C. P. O. S. liner Empress of Britain which arrived in port last night from Liver- pool had some Canadian notables on board, among whom were J. Bureau, M.P., of Three Rivers, who is return- ing home with his wife and daughter, after a visit to Franco, Belgium and England. Senator J. IT. Ross of Ot- tawa returned after a visit to Eng- land, France and Switzerland. He spent nearly six months on his tour. Captain MoIIineaux, who will lec- tuie in Canada on war graves, also arrived on the steamer. In addition to C21 passengers, the Empress had C.741 packages ot mail 719 packages of parcel post. GERMANY RECEIVES INVITATIONS TO GO TO LONDON, ENGLAND control the price of ice cream. "We must fix the retail price so that a. dealer cannot make the profit on five RFTIIPM of.ice cream that normally KtiuKN [should como from ten h a -aid. PARIS, Feb. 5.-Chas. Laurent, French ambassador to Germanj', to- day handed the German government the invitation of the allied supreme council to eond delegates tu London on March 1 to attend the inference on reparations, according to Berlin ad- vices to the French foreign office. The invitation requested that the dele- gates he given full powers. Warns Against Ambushes ONTARIO CAN USE FARM LABORERS TORONTO. Feb. Manning Doherty, minister of agriculture, will make a statement in the legislature on the Question of immigration which has been brought up in consequence of Premier Meighen having drawn the attention of Mayor Church to an ad- vertisement appearing 13 Great Brit- ain, "Ontario wants farm work- ers and domestics next spring." "There have been few who havs come out to Ontario under our aus- pices since last declared Hon. Mr. Doherty today, "And those who have come have been farmers, farm laborers and domestics and we are taking care of them all. The i farmers In Ontario today could easilv do with 20000 farm laborers." tfj CAPTAIN.SUPREME POWER ience of his orders aboard ship, -was upheld In the federal court yesterday i when Capt. John McPhee of the steam- jor Winneconne, Was discharged after I a hearing on complaint of Christian iKarlsen, able seaman, that he had I been beaten while In irons at the hands ot a bruising captain and a bully mate. Testimony indicated that jlhe assault followed Karlen'a refusal (to scrub the decks upon which the jwnrd "starvation" had been chalked STARTLING MORALITY PLAY, "OPEN YOUR EYES" COMING TO COLONIAL NEXT WEEK "Open Your Eyes." the flaming pho- toplay prepared under the supervis- ion of the Public Health Service as part of a campaign for a clean nation and a country made safe for posterity comes to the Colonial next Wednes- day and Thursday. ia picture has attracted wide at- tention, and created a veritable sen- sation among educators and public of- ficials in every city where It has been shown. In addition to telling a throbb- ing, living story ot love, betrayed, 'Open Your Eyes" 13 a picture with a purpose. Vibrant with dramatic pow- er, it gets In under the skin of the spectators and while It entertains and brills, it leaves a sobering thought behind. Briefly, "Open Your Eyes" is he story of two girls, hoth young, leautifnl and Innocent, just budding nto young womanhood. One finds ler mother all that a mother should be. Her questions are frankly and sensibly answered, and consequently she is able to avoid the pltfals that lie in the pathway of youth. The other, less fortunate, finds her mother too busy with social duties to listen to her daughter's question's, and when the lonely girl turns to companions of her own age for knowledge, she gets it at first hand from a handsome young In years but old in wisdom of the ways of the world. The contrast between the careers of the two girls, one protected and shielded from the dangers that lie about her by a wonderful mother; and the other "going It as so many young men and do In life, makes a powerful and romantic story, especially when ths after bringing shame and suffering upon one, becomes engaged to the other. How frankness saves the in- nocent girl from a terrible fate on her wedding eve makes one of the strong- est and most thrilling scenes ever 1 staged. Interwoven with this roman- tic story is a vivid warning to parents to talk frankly and openly with their children as they grow to young man- flood and young womanhood. As one of the characters In the story ex- presses it, "It Is far more Important to consult your future son-in-law's doctor than to look up tho young man's record in Bradstreet's. Silence in these things is not golden. It is The cast is long and in- troduces some very human charac- ters encountered in every-day life, from the reputable physician to the sinister "quack' or "fake" doctor who hangs out his shingle in the big cities DEFENDS THE SENATE Senator George Lynch-Stairaton, of I Hamilton, in a recent address in To- ronto defended the senate as an 0'isen- tial part of the Canadian government.! Major-Ceneral Sir E. P. Strickland, British military governor of the Cork area, who declares government forces have finally got the upper hand in Ire- land. PREMIER DRURY TO GET THIRD DEGREE. TOnoxTO, Fob. event un- ique in the annuls of frnn masonry as well as in the history of the legisla- ture will take place on Tuosilay next at St. Andrew's Lodge-, when Pre- mier Driiry receives his Hon. Peter Smith will m-.-upy tiio ifhair Hon. Nelson Parliament and Hnn r C. Biggs will act as warden T, Hon. T. Crawford as chaplain II. If. Dewart, K. C., and iron if iMiion will bo present. At the bun-' not after the conferring of the do. re Mr. Dowiirl. will propose lunst to the ncwly-initiatrid candidate Of (ho 110 of the govern, in nt are members of the i ill have been invited to tlie funr-lion .MHKlicr InliTcstiiiK dwelopniont in connection with Qnnon's Park fq tii-.r has Is- of tho government sued a pastoral letter threatening to excommunicate all Catholic Irishmen taking a part in murder or arson. including Hon. K. C. ami lion 1'etsr Smith liave jo'nod Urn order since coming to Toronto. ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SUNDAY VENING 9 P.M. COLONIAL THEATRE BY BERESFORD'S AUG- MENTED CONCERT ORCHESTRA ASSISTED BY MR. GEO. FLEMING BARITONE and tn treat mi'ii's "coniuIUtlen Tlu< utory to id- nilrkblr acted, and tho pBclull.v (ho llrmiilway cabaret and the roadhouHQ, uro rcallstlcalljr por- trayed. Allhonnh the fate of "rounder" U tragic, (he tone of film Is one ot encouragement through warnhiK, not one of dvuret- slon and despair. Tho of tho screen one tutdurstond by all. and after seelnc "Open Your oim receives an Impreixlnn a. thouiand times deeper and stronger than and lecturei and tons of literature could ever produce. No children under 16 years will be admited to nee thu picture. LAST FIGHT BRINGS PEACE IN KENTUCKY FEUD May McAvoy and Bruce will be co-starred at tho Gordon King's Theatre here .In "Forbidden Vllleyi" J. Stuart Blackton's newest Pathe fca. ture. An original story by Randolph Levls, "Forbidden Valley" is concern- ed with tho last the Lees and the Mitchells, who had heen enemies for genersSIons, In the Kentucky a feud hat reduced the Lees and the Mitchells to the last of their lines. The remain- ing Mitchell was taken from the val- oy when a child, and the Lees lived in terror of the clay when tho Mitchell would return and fulfil the curse that a Mitchell had put upon the Lees. When that day came It brought a surprising revelation that will he Int IxMilM Huff. An added thrill to thu ihow is given In "The a ntlrrliig two part Western druma, und laughs In hundreds arn handed out hy Jimmy Aubrey, thu clover VHaKraph comedian in MM very latest cottuuly I riot "Snrtngtlmu." l-'or the biMiotU of latu shoppers, u full show will bo run aftor nine-thirty. GREAT "HIP" VAUDEVILLE BILL AT COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT COLONIAL- LAST TIME TONIGHT (SATURDAY) "A PARADItC" "TMI HUCTIIR" Two-act Wettirn Drama. greatly appreciated the King's audiences as U was by Morning Glorjr I.oe and her sweetheart. The cast supporting Miss McAvojr and Mr. Gordon is or the usual Black- ion all-star calibre. William R. Dunn, Warren Chandler. Charles vent and Nellie Anderson play prom- nent roles. BIG WEEK-END SHOW AT COLONIAL TONIGHT (SAT.) Saturday night theatregoers will ind a great bill awaiting them at the Colonial Theatre tonight, where the ilg week-end show will receive its final showings. On the bill will be offered "The Dangerous a dandy five act comedy drama, leatur- Vandovillo will ho treated to an exceptionally good lllpiiodroimi rtr- vaudeville bill at tho Colonial Thoatro on Monday and Tuesday, when u bill comprising four ot tlio greatest acts ever seen hero will bo offered in conjunction with a special photoplay bill. Tho Westons, a company of tolont- ed performers -will offer their high class oriental novelty act, one which j fnlrly bristles wlUi new and sensa-' tional feats. Lou Elliott, in character songs and stories, will please Hip audiences. She appears as a wholesome type of mo- dern youth, and through act oil- acts this role with sincerity and i_ _ slstency. She Is an old favorite here, and will renew many old pleasant uc- uuatntances whilst in thu city. Thornton and Berkely, in "Her First have a clever rural comedy absurdity which Is livened up with a bright lot of comedy, songs, dances and instrumental music. Au added attraction on the bill will be the appearance of Violet Mallory and company in "A Comedy Surprts..." one of the best of the present sea- son's acts. Miss Mallory portrays sev-, eral characters In the act, and her i protean work Is little short of won-1 derful. Prank Mayo, the popular cinema star will be featured in his latest dramatic sensation "The Marriage a story of three stirring 'con- flicts: the battle of big business, the fight of men with bare flsts and the of women's wits. These attractions, together with the roarlngly funny wild animal comedy 'A Lyln' and the latest Priz- ma Coloroscope will complete the best bill in months at the Colonial for Monday and Tuesday. NlBh, Show Town. OrehMtra. COLONIAL-MONDAY TUESDAY "HF VAUDEVILLE BEST NOVELTY BILL OF THE SEASON THEWESTONS STUPENDOUS ORIENTAL NOVELTY ACT. LOU ELLIOTT !N CHARACTER SONGS AND STORIES VIOLET MALLORY and COMPANY OFFERING "A COMEDY SURPRISE" THORNTON AND BERKELY IN "HER FIRST A CLEVER RURAL COMEDY ABSURDITY. TREMENDOUS SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTO- PLAY MONDAY AND TUESDAY TONIGHT ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL BY POPULAR DEMAND FRANK WADDINGTON'S BLACK AND WHITE PMROTS WILL REPEAT THEIR COMMENCING AT 8.30 P.M. Conceded to be one of the brijhtest, inappleit, and most pleas. In9 amateur show, ever presented to the Lethbridge public. Choruses and meladlei of the "whistly" kind. "AveG Schubert's were unable to secure admission last evening but all outstanding tickets will be honored on presentation at doors tonight. No seats can be guaran. teed to ticket-holders after 8.15. Performance at 8.30 sharp. (J The story of a who' i jell in love with the man the Iiuiband. AT high noon, two iw rlaget. One in s lolemn edifice before a robed tht other hurried routiiu before jtutlct of the puet after a night of How do theM two marrUget end? While lorainf you'll ate thnx .tining cooflkti; a battle oi bif btuineM. war of women'i wltB and t mighty