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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT ijcr.rnnMt.iiiK UAiL-v MONDAY, FEBIU1AHY I Condemns Modern Dancing! I'. S. NKWSI'AI'KRMKN ALWAYS LOVE New (ireek Premier is SO Vears Old. and Hales Von- ATUKXS.- Dei-. lit1. >B> M-tili Demetrius ill- iu-w Crcok .Premier wlia :leii ins when the latter was deu'.itoi! in the plei'tions lus-t Autumn. sight of Vcnizolos and hits hv nn in-iiiis ;t! iviiys bofii nit ;iilmiivr cf who n mv lias btvn rorullr'd :i- Kiiif'.- KUaUis I'fsasxis Vouizelos ;jv ;i poi- a (i venturer. 'I'll is in purt in ay bo tint1 to the ini-i thai came from Crete 10 Athrii.- giount Hit1 political asccntUsitry. i P pu tat ion iis a politician sonic- br'fll i" IdgW- !U' nfion Ha.! King UKOPSH' >itr powers tliai i him seriously. ili'.'lU'. hOWCVPJ1. WANT 1'APRR DUTY KKKEj WASHINGTON. Fob. entry; i if newsprint from nil for countries us well as from Canada was unlay bct'on- thn w.iy ar.d means i ninmltter by t'nitt'd TMi-y replied n! made Saturday by J newsprint iiiHimiartunTH thai tin1 J (inly on bo a Ion thai coming from I'an- J 1 adit, which would (-liter fnv. S. Tl'iMMpsoil 01" tlio Chicago Tri- hiiii'.1, sin-.ikiiit; for the American. told the Hint VulU'tl States1 HHTSIS wcr-1 so depleted that "no tariiVi 1 imposed" would cau.-r in the 'newsprint indt C. N. R. HOARD WILL CONSIDER AWARD IN NO POLITICS ORDER TOKONTO. I'Vb. 7.- -P. 11. Ilanmi. president uf the I'.X.U.. today that llu- board ol' direr tors would iiH't-l in otl Tliursilay of this wiH'U, to deal with the results of tho hoard of i-oiu-iiiatioii. uliich wiiri ap- pointed to (U'uI the "no politics" unl'M- of tho C.N.P. POSTPONED AGAIN Zane Grey's Novel 'Riders of the Dawn' At Empress Today In -ii promi'M- IMS ijpr.enjll with th'- i-rowi lignite' witli i'np la it was "not nmi! lieihroneii by the Kru Ithallis really rtjtfard This at'iion ni' thf K KiKiUN in l irr uf has which ci an cxpaii 1 try. Priuiuri.'oii In the i'mUnl Static only To per n-iu. of i-oiiMimptiim I of hist year, ho said. j adding that h-1 lieiievetl flie ratio would i be lo'.vert'ii this year. NEW ADMINISTRATION FOR TERRITORIES I'UM'.UIO. l-Vh. 7.- Aniillicr iiost- iu'iiuMH i'f the roply tu' cniployyos' 'pi'osoiUutivny lo lln> niilrouds' rc- ics! for innneiJiiiU' iilti-ut'atioii of tho luuinnu! to- liy tlip I'.S. l.ahiir Ikraril uvt'r the jn-nu'sl of railroad exectt- lives. This is the swim. I delay smut- i cd at ihp rotiiiest of the eiupkiyeos. The- board sot Thursday. hVlmmry ID lo liear laljor in re- btlllal. i'ietlire "Killers of thf soryt's i-liouyh aelitni j u> any spei-tatoi-. Thero is no wiiiiine for tho action to Imsin. This preeious iiisrediciit. offered with ;i lly- starl and nuuntainint; ity uetivlty to Hie eoiR'lnsion. will inako anyone sit and take notice. The cast and are beyond criticism. This iireat will sliou'n at the Empress for three days. Stan ing today. LAST FIGHT BRINGS PEACE IN KENTUCKY FEUD to TO EMANCIPATE JAPANESE WOMEN TOKYO, Feb. 7.--What reRanU-d ;i luslorit: step toward the emanci- u.-i> NO ENLISTMENT RILT, I.V II. S. BECOMES LAW OVER WILSON'S VETO IX.Xll'KO, Feb. -r the has lie- j pat ion of Japanese' women has been ruled to the status of the Xorth-; taken by tho house ot representatives :west Territories to that of an organ-; in the discussion of a hill aiming at j Izeil i.'rriiovy with its capital at Fort tho nullilication of tho taw phohibit-! i.iuf to appoint Lieut. Col. I ing women from political as-i K. t'uni-A-all. governor, with juris- j Delations or attending political meot- (iit-iion over ihe Fort N'orinan oil fiohis. Tho bill lias the support of all SHIPS COLLIDE BUT ARE SAFE NEW YORK. Fob. 7. The Uritish t-'amer City of Auckland, ontvvanl the oil fit-lils steps are Ijeiny taken bouml for New Zealand ami the L'nit- extend some-.vhat ihe t'nnctions oflod Slates Shipping- Board tanker Be- ivil sovernment." the Tribune ile-jthel Ridge, homeward hound from -H'Os. j North African ports, collided early "This simply means. said Sir j yesterday in a fog off New .Jersey. The 'that an organzide administra-1 bows of both ships were badly dam- staff is being sent into the ills-1 aged but they made port under their REFUSE REDUCTIONS Feb. '..--Doltigates i'l'om ilie [.laiiUh. Sueilish. Xorwi'iziuii liiifi unions, at a nieet- hi Stockholm yesterday, tlec-ided to tlii1 clftinands for reductions in the, wages of the workers they r'jpiv- and an imTeaKf iii tho work sonate vote was ti7 to 1. itru-t. but it wlll'be eompeseil of-! own power. senator K.rkby. Democrar. fu.ers mv and alone voted to sustain the veto. imier will be looked after by the! SUGGEST CHA U. S. MUST LEAD IN DISARMING MOVE Mounted Police.' PROTEST CRAWFORD PROPAGANDA WASHIXtiTOX. Feb. im.VXlTORD, Out., Feb. re- I solution of profust against the "tlis- _......... asreemeui tor limitation of loyal imnwsrwndii of Lindsay C-raw- ing hnurs. It was declared tho duty j aimamenu is absolutoly essential to i and the Self-Determination Lea- of tho v-rious governments to laid j the "voidanue uf bankruptcy by some j SUe for Iruland now openly car- public- work for th? unemployed or to, OT thp mnrc nations ot" the j ired on throughout Canada" CHANGE IN O.T.A. TORONTO, Feb. mem- bers of the comminee appointed by ihe Ontario legislature lo investigate the workings of the Ontario Temper- ance Act to suggest possible amend- ments, have signed the minority re- port favoring that a defendant should have the right of appeal from the decision of a magistrate. May MoAvoy and Bruce' Gordon will be co-starred at tha King's Thealre here in "Forbidden .1. Stuart Blaekton's newest Pathe fe.u- H're. An on.nina! story by Randolph "Forbidden Is concern- ed with the last night between the Lees and the Mitchells, wlio had been, enemies for generations. I In tho Kentucky hills, a feud had reduced the Lees anil the Mitchells to the. last of their lines. The remain- tug Mitchell was taken from the val- ley when a child, and the Lees lived In terror of tile day when the Mitchell would return and fulfil the curse that a Mitchell had put upon the Lees. "Whoa that tiay came it brought a surprising revelation that will iie as greatly appreciated by the King's j audiences as it was by Morning Glory Lee and her sweetheart. The cast supporting MeAvov 1 and Mr. Gordon Is of the usual Black- j ton all-slar calibre. William li. i Dunn, Warren Chandler. Charles j iC5nt and Nellie Anderson play prom- iueut roles. I "Tho MarriiiKH H Ktvat live act rt'aturfl photoplay, and aw a upuulal iidtlutl uttrartion, tho wild itnlnml com- edy riot, "A will be shown. With tlio PriJsma Color iMctunas und CulunUl Conci'i-l Orohosira, under Chus. Ueroaford'8 diroctlon, in a lino orchestral concert, tho whole Mil will ho right up to tho mark. MEDICAL AUTHORITIES. Y.M.C.A. SECRETARIES, ARMY AND NAVY OFFICERS ENDORSE "OPEN YOUR EYES" Place Stamp of Approval On This Wonder- Picture and Urge That It Be Seen by Every Man and Wsman. "Open Your prepared under ihe HiipiM-vision of (he Public Health Service, will be shown ai the Colonial theatre on Wednesday and Thursday ihis week. Medical authorities, public oflk'ials, V.M.C.A. secretaries, social workers, and army and navy officers httvo stroiiKly oiulocHod lliirt "piclitro with u mlBslon." lU-aUlcn .c.'.lltm u Ktory replete with und puthus, the plctnrfi IK inMtidud to ]tc a potent fitctof in educi'jftig the public on tlnj unbjeia of dfseaaen. The pro- IdKiic docK thin by inuaim of pluhi, text, dlcliitud'hy liinli iiuthori- lies, while tho picturu itatdf drives the of Lho text home in mi- inistaUublu mannur and wltli m'eat So powerfully (loot? thin Him tell the story of the (lungers of social disoa.v' that authorities in many communities have especially re- quested that it be exhibited. Your Wyes" begins with Urn picturea of a tact tire before u j clinic, in which tho plain facts 01'v what is coininonly referred to as tin-. I "social evil" uro set forth in airongesi possible manner. The dan- jjicr of ifinorance in regard to the vitni facts of life is emphasized and tho false modesty of parents, which pre- vents them from explaining to their children the danger! which may await thorn, is roundly, scored. K ING'S THEATRE Photoplays with Musical Settings. E MONDAY and TUESDAY A romantic drama told in the Kentucky mountains. Also MUTT AND JEFF and 14th Episode of "THF MAOM PirhtfDC 'THE MOON RIDERS. TIP TOP "HIP" VAUDEVILLE AT i I COLONIAL TODAY AND TUES- -nflicioiu allowances to a out of, work. per- i with its attendant measureless ed here on Saturday at MONTREAL BUILDING MOXTRKAL. Feb. total net FINDS BIG STAR ILJ eti nere on baturuay at tlie anniuil i MOMKKAL, leu. total net conrusrlon and distress. Representative meeting of the Brant county Orange J number of building permits issued in -MuJKlel ot Republican lodge association at which eleven 1920 here. Including permits for re- house leader, declared today before j the house naval committee. f If an agreement is not reached in gn lodges oi' the county and Lon- don. Lincoln and Grimsby were sented. repre- _. __ _. senteu. j the near future. Mr. Moudell said, the fault will be that of the United States. H. Glover and three dilld as in former days'ths fault was that reu perished in a fire which destroy-J construction were representing u value of an increase of over the figures for 1919. A classy bill Hippodrome vaude- j ville and photoplays will be presented I at tlie Colonial theatre today and j Tuesday. On the bill will be seen, the follow- ing acts: The Westona. in an extra- ordinary Oriental novelty act; Lou Elliott, in character songs and stor- ies; Violet Alallory and Company iu "A Comedy and Thornton and Berkely in "Her First Sweet- a clever comedy sketch. Frank Mayo will be featured in WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ENID BENNETT IN "SILK HOSIERY" AMATEUR CONTEST WED. NIGHT of Germany. thoir homo in Lon-lon. I'ruf. Alburt A. Michelsdn ot Chi-' fatro who dectarea that j the star Alpha Orionis is limec ;i3 large as our sun. COLONIAL TODAY TUESDAY "Hip" VaudeviDe .nest novelty hill of the season. THE WESTONS Stupendous Oriental novelty net LOU ELLIOTT in character aunxs uml alo VIOLET MALLORY and Company Offering "A Comedy THORNTON AND BERKELY in "Her FJrw, -f rural cmnn'dy absun-Jity. TREMENDOUS SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY FRANK MAYO IN THE MARRIAGE PIT Universal Special Attraction TIlB story of ;i woman wliu fell iu love with lltfi mart islie hUHljaufi. Special Added Attraction ThP latest wild iini- mal conmdy "A LYIN' TAMER'' A Hpifflicating comedy riot, with tho Cnnlury Biithirig Cirls anrf forty wild lions. Luteat Prlzma Coloroscope Siine popular allows 7.00. and fl.OO. Thli a retl feature show all through for ttdty and Tuesday. Dent miu H. DONT Show m Different THE SCREEN SENSATION OF, THE YEAR THIS WEEK QUICK I CURES CONTEMPTIBLE FAKIR IT'S YOUR KIND THAT CAUSES UNTOLD SUFFERING AND Miseay' A PHOTOPLAY OF THE NOVEL, "THE DESERT OF WHEAT" BY ZANE GREY A screen Epic of tho Great Northwest. GroCV 'He Law prove mightier eat lhc 'imts wi'h heart Inter- And he nude a wreck of that quack and Ms offict THIS patient had his eyes opened by a REPUTABLE Physician. I And It's at the EMPRESS TODAY, Tomorrow and Wed. A Flaming, Dramatic Thunderbolt of Youth Disillusioned and Love Betrayed! The r'-iv that is nfaking a nation lose-its sleep, the picture with 100 lessons, direct from 252 performances at the Central Theatre, Broadway and 47th St., New York City, and S weeks at the Shubcrt Theatre, Boston. Every parent whostil] believes that "Ignorance is that "Silence is should see this tremendous photoplay.. Tt tells the truth, wipes out excuses and calls "a spade a spade." Prices, all seats, 50c. Times of 7.00, and 9.00 p.m. Positively no reserved seats. MATINEES Each Day at Ladies' Men's Matinee. MOTHERS, BRING YOUR DAUGHTERS! FATHERS, BRING YOUR SONS! PERSONS UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE NOT ADMITTED. EYES ;