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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK KIGHT Tjffi rFTTTffRTTWB KSHMJP TUESDAY, FEBRUARY in lha Mils, falln in low (Jlory in !ovo with i Olorj- and joaloun oUtR'r nmn, limbo rvtutod ittaBpta OB nir- vojor's llfo, liut wktn (Indi mi- dunce thtt pramfl UHS tiunroyor to tbu iniaiini; Mltohell, It lilory's duly, M tho member at hfir fuiily k Leo, to gnadfeUw, wppowdly killed by HOM la of Your ki Colonial starting tomor- Aftar a brief prelude, In which a rUlM OBoalt subject IB handled in a Mtorward and definite manner. MIC actual itory, which amply lllwtratM the dtaMtroai conBetjueucen of mil and the way !n which so oltea till upon the most Tnnooent pernoni. The lilt on Baoadwsy ot Alox. Valwrtlna, a wealthy scion of ono ot I New York'n loolally prominent famil- ies, ta claarty depicted. Frances For- rottsr. an innocent yonns whoee nwtiw- haa kept her la complete is- naronee of the which sur- round JOUBI paopla, oomea to the Val- ontiae household on i visit to tho I voting nart. i Dolljhwd with girl's curiosity ta see Broadway and Its gay life', young Alex, tfckea her ou a round of! ran urlflliuit cabareU. where, for the i first time, drlnki wine and ly absorbs her hoct. Bafore long Valentino ptratiadan Mies Porreatar to take nil in N'sw York, hi? ta a constant visitor. Stjir.n, tlnm latar thu 7011114 aian frlls {TonulBely w'.th Kitty Wal- ton. to whom ho be- Just it this time Frr.r.riv. t4 '.ntoraed by her tliat. i'.j :i rtssulc ot her ra- lalkin? sha Is the of which hiu hilht-rto been tn ig- iiorance. rsarlnt: In -.vert Klttv. visits nii.-ick doi'lor and is asaurcii fhat Is mi whatever In MB pitirrylnsr. An elaborate waiidtas arrtiTimd but Francos Forrastcr, da- teruiinrd no crhr.r Innocent girl suffer what site haa wni'.ured. the rtirutiiuny ihe startling announnciaant that tlm iiri'l-.M-'room has no right, tu rtmrry. in niauncr froic V'alen- n-hu fiventually xoea Insuoe, Kit- 'y finally turns to ber youthful swest- licurt. while Frances Forrester, cured liy propnr treatment, roarrlcil n vontb was dovoted to her before her fatal visit tn tho Valentino home. This Iml has also fallen victim to the pit- falls which beset the Ignorant, but lias been saved from the consequences by lie wise treatment ot a reputable puysician., A strong appeal Is made for the education of young persons of both seiea- In all matters pertaining to bodily health, acd the keynote of the photoplay lies in the emphasis of the dangers which result from Ignorance, rather than from natural rlclouoness A delicate iubject ti handled In a Hoar and uncompromising manner the picture, being.realistic In the ex- treme, but neither vulgar nor offen- sive, tts motive Is education, not sen- satlor.alism. It thrills and entertain- and then leaves a sobering thought Uelumi. person under 16 years ot ago will be admitted. At till Is a bl( moment ot and pathoo, tho rout of the Btory w0 will learo for your enjoy- ment, uttle May McAvoy, whose U in no wajr measured by her dallfMtvl, displaying r, and comedy talent that her previous rolaa hare >ot permuted. Featured with Kin McAroy Is Bruce Gordon, who U good-looking, maaly and vigorous as tho surveyor. Comedy relief Is by Gene Layman asd a decnplt flivver that I The tscluilas Will lam R. Daan, Kont, Nellie: Andenon and all splendidly j colt i ASK FREIGHT RATE REDUCTIONS IN U. S. WASHINGTON, reduc- tion in freight ratea was asked today of the Inter-state commerce commis- sion by plx of largest cattlemens' In the weit. They told the coiumUvtoa that market prices of I sheep, cattle and wool had fallen so j low that cattle raisers and farmers lu I the west of the- Vetted States wrb no longer able to sell their products fur i enough tfj the freight rates. t Kari HomirtS. Ixibor member of tho Ontario Legislature 'or South Water- loo, .who, in seconding tha reply ui the speech from the throne, itrongly endorsed Drury's "broailan- ing-out" policy. When a linife hag been nsed to out CMiions. i: with a damp clolh rub il briskly wltli coarse salt. Ttie oilor will then MAUDE HENDERSON DRAMATIC COMPANY AT MAJESTIC On Friday and Saturday this week j nl. the Majsstlc IheiUra Ihe Mauiio ifemie.rson company will present two of the best known plays in their ex- tensive repertoire. On Friday i-ven- Ing "Our New-Minister." a delightful drama by the late Uenman Thompson will tw offered. On Satur- day iiighi "Snug Harbor." n compan- ion lo ".Shore will be th- attraction. The company will present both plays w'.th full scenic equipment and great acting personnel. It will be an'at- tractive woek end event at Ihe Ma- jestic. HIP VAUDEVILLE LAST TIMES. TO- NIGHT AT COLONIAL The fine Hippodrome vnmjovlllo hill which opened at the Colonial last night will be offered for the last times tonight: On tha bill are the follow. Ing acts: Lou EUllott In clever male Impsrsouations; The Weateus in a new novefty-.aot; Violet Mallory and Co. in a comedy surprise, and Thorn- ton end Berkely In a rural comedy sketch. Tbo show Is excellent all through and. worth seeing. On Wednesday and Thursday thn pictorial "Open Yot.r Kjw- will be the attraction at the Colonial. "FORBIDDEN VALLEY" la FEUD TALE WITH NEW TWIST Some decidedly new and novel twtsta and some very (Tripping mo- ments have found their wny Into "Forbidden Valley." an enter'ahilng thrilling and beautifully stated Stuart Blnckton-Pathe feature that opened nt. tho King's Theatre lerday tor two days. The by Randolph Lewis, eon oerns a feud between l.he Mltcheilij and the Lees that came to a stand- still tor many years because the Mit- chell family was reduced to one, and his whereiiboulH unknown A young government, surveyor. COLONIAL TONIGHT VAUDEyiLLE" THE WESTONS LOU ELLIOTT VIOLET FRANK MAYO in "THE MARRIAGE PIT" Tlin "fVnUjry" :i lliul cnmndv LYIN'- TAMER" _ Latest Prizmn Coloroacope SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT Maude Henderson Co, FRIDAY NIGHT THE THREE-ACT RURAL COMEDY DRAMA "OUR NEW MINISTER" By Denraan Thompson. A greater play than "The Old Homestead." SATURDAY NIGHT THE DRAMATIC TREAT "SNUG HARBOR" A COMPANION PLAY TO "SHORE ACRES" Excellent Company Complete Scenic Production PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES. Entire Orchestra Floor, Balcony, 75c and 50c. S'eats on sale at Armstrong and Raworth's NOW. INGS THEATRl Photoplays with Musical Settings TONIGHT Is your last chance to see the great Kentucky romance, "Forbidden Valley" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY THOMAS H. INCH PRESENTS ENID BENNETT COLONIAL WED. MATINEES AT 2.30 NIGHTS AT 7 AND 9 A Flaming, Dramatic Thunderbolt of Youth Disillusioned and Love Betrayed! i "SILK HOSIERY" A guaranteed attraction. Also good comedy and Pathe Ne Weekly, DON'T FORGET THE Amateur Contest on Wednesday Night SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEE WEDNESDAY for CHILDREN OC Amidst the intoxicating whirl of the "bright lighte" the of home. Scenes that will Make You Think! THE LIVELY ROADHOUSE SCENES WHERE DANGER LURKED FOR IN- CAUTIOUS YOUTH. THE EPISODES IN THE GAY CAB- ARET WHERE THE CELEBRATED SYNCOPATIONISTE. INTRODUCES A "SHIMMIE" NUMBER THAT WAS A FURORE ON BROAD- WAY. THE WILD JOY RIDES OF RECK- LESS SEEKERS AFTER THRILLS. THE MANY SCENES OF GENUINE DRAMATIC POWER THAT LEAD TO A STAGGERING CLIMAX. THE BRILLIANT ACTING OF A CARE- FULLY CHOSEN CAST. WHAT HAPPENED TO THE' UNIN- FORMED YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE DANGER SPOTS THEY VISITED. HOW TRUSTFUL CHILDREN OF SENSIBLE PARENTS AVOIDED THESE PITFALLS. THE EVIL CONSEQUENCES OF PLAC- ING FAITH IN QUACKERY. THE HIDEOUS RESULTS OF ING A MENACE THAT THREATENS THE WELFARE OF THE NATION FOR GENERATIONS TO COME. THE MEANS OF COMBATING THS CANCER OF OUR .SOCIAL LIFE AND SUPPLANTING DESPAIR WITH HOPE AND HAPPINESS. All seats 50c. Times of 7.00, and 9.00 p.m. Positively no retervod MATINEES Each Day at 2-30. WEDNESDAY Matintt. THURSDAY Men's Mothers, Bring four V' Daughters Fathers, Bring Your Sont! PERSONS UNDEH 16 YEARS OF AGE NOT ADMITTED. ;