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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB ETfiHT THE T.FTITPPnvsT? HMtAlD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921 f, SAYS HON. NJ. AH Uritish untl Majority of Dutch Stand United for Self-1 Governing Dominion the British Empire Rather I Than an Insignificant Hepub- lic Without the Empire. OTTAWA. Fch. vital Im- portance to the nrltlsh Empire, of tho recent political victory of Snnits government in South Africa stressed by lion. X. Unwell In Ills .'indl-oss beCore the Ottawa Canadian chili hero at noon today. Mr. Howcll APPLE PRICES LONDON', Feb. As- pociiitfHl ajiplo price quotations: Xova Sootiun Hilssots 55 to sliilUiiKs a Canadian i (n shilliiiKs a Urociiings 53 to 57 1-2 shillings a bur- ro 1. Reporter Gets It bor'a outfit, When the Ktnps with a crowd of vUltors find their men ilownrnst broke. Their star rmuu'r had beaten by Hal- lanhor's man Skinner (M. B. KittHM-hi assures (hem that Covlngton nimble to run. aiul Huberts offers the will win bark their money, but ho It iiu-u Sjx'od as their ctuwpiou. Speed has brought tho colleco trainer along with him as n Huff. 01 am (Willurd lIIP traluer. and Speed art ob- liged to start in training. Although ho Is put through u rigorous course of training Speed knowa that he no chance agalnat Skinner. Mrs. an Inveterate ganib- lrtr, foots her entire ranch against the Reaps' run-down outfit on tho out- 'f tho nic-p. Just before the race oil is discover- ed on the Keap raiu-h, which en- hances its value a great deal. To k'.vej> the hot on the original terms j utttTr discovery of oil would mean a bis loss to and would bo unfair. Tliu straightening out of this puzzle forms tho climax to a story of absorbing interest. There is n strong appeal in ?.lar- shall Neilan's milc-a-minuto melo- dcnlt comprolmnsivL'Iv with thn roliti-; drama of newspaper life, "Go and cal conditions In Smitb, Africa and said'tli't It." for overseas men who have that the sijrnifU'ant lesson to bo aro unitemiJlatins returning to j learned from (ho recent election was civil life, in the adventures oC the: that (he election clearly showed all; hero. Kirk Connelly. During the war the British a majority of th-. Connelly's against his Dutch people. unUoil for a was that of cook. Hut he found governing dominion within the British time between meals to do some ronl Emniro rather than an iiisisnifieaiu hero stuff and get wounded. On his j republic without the empire. It meant j return to private life Connelly gets j that South Africa stood with the; a job on the editorial staff of a big I other commonwealths of the empire j daily newspaper in the hope of bocom- lor thfi largest liberty. HIP VAUDEVILLE FOR MONDAY NIGHT tury conwdtau In "Twta Crooki.' comedy, und the Color Picture wilt oompktt Mil, which itMtriifeed to tM OM of tht beat ot COMPANY VERY Thoie who availed themielrM o( the opportunity to visit the thoatre last ulicht were amply reward- ed lit tho perfonnanco staged by Maudb Henderson company of lighttul comedy drama, "Tho Minister." The company are ucil- .ent, each and every inerulwr ihiniaf the respective parts. Mlas Anna Hughoi MS Nauce a special word o( praise. The whole company compare favorably with any "A world rank with dissension the British Empire, no matter what internal conditions may bs, confronts the world united as the greatest bulwark for peace and liberty that the world has ever he said. Great Problems were, first ihe relations Between the and black and secondly, the relations between the British and Regarding the first, Mr. Rowell em- j phased that the black population was six times greater than the white and j was rapidly paining, and further, nn-j der British rule, was securing a rac- ial consciousness and a, knowledge of 1 tho possibilities of ruL-ial action. Two solutions were advanced to meet this! problem. First, education with a view' 5tirnnS toward eventual participation in civic reporter. Hut to his great dis- j gust the managing editor sets him to writing cooking recipes. But for- 1 tunrtply for the young veteran this j condition does not last long. He is eventually assigned to a story and it. j leads to one of thu most amazing assignments a reporter has ever had fall to his lot. And the ex-cook book j editor acquits himself in a most i story" and a "scoop." But you will have to see this picture at the Em- press, beginning next Thursday, in or- der to appreciate how truly big it is. j Monday and Tuesday's "Hip" vaude- ville, bill at tho Colonial theatre is guaranteed by the booking offices in Chicago to be an exceptional event. both in the quality of the acts aud the material they present. The headline attraction will be a superb musical act presented by tho Fairfield Trio. Every conceivable variety of musiVal instrument is play- ed by this company, the list includ- ing saxaphones, guitars, violins, and banjos. A special scenic setting and remarkable lighting effects are I't'iitnres of tho act. Gayles and Langley in "Tid-Bits of I Vaudeville" will be a bright act on tiie bill with their snappy line of comedy and songs. Two clever girls and a piano are seen in third place when the Misses McKee and the original "Blues step before the audience. Tt is a First National attraction and IAntl, i3 Put to 80me is considered by them as one of their l1 best releases. rights, and secondly, complete subjec- tion. This latter was support 3d by the Nationalist party under General Hertzog. Fusion of the British and Eoers was the second great problem and for which General Smuts was striving. In this connection the speaker paid a glowing tribute to the Jabor party of South Africa. This party had sunk its own They are a couple of peppy girls with lots ot ability. And for comedy in big chunks the MIX RISKS NECK main laughing event of the is i IN WILD RIDEl'n tlie caPable hands of Kid Graygon, ____ IWK vaudeville's latest comedy Tie and Fortune" the Ia >'OUUS fellow who has been nightly drama which Is com-i a riot of a11 tho' ing tu the Kings theatre Thursday, "Tom Mix risked his life Feb. 17 j driving his horse down the side of a. mountain. Director Lynn Reynolds had select- ed a location atop a mountain several miles outside of Hollywood, Cal. Mix looked it over, said he was ready to do the stunt and prepared for the ride. At the word "camera" be started for the edge of the mountain, MAJESTIC Tonight, at 8J One of the best Dramatic At- tractions of the Season, The Maude Hen- derson Co'y in the great four-act drama, 'SNUG HARBOR' A gripping tale ot the New England coast. Fine Acting cial Scenic Production. NOT A MOTION PICTURE Thti Is your last chance to see this company. Prices: 75c, 50c. great six-act special feature; the Cen- popnlur priced attraction the theatre. Tonlfkt tht company will offer the powerful drama of the New KuKlutid coMt, "Snu( a four-act pity that (airly grips with Intensity. To- night will be the final appearance of the company, and Majeatlc patrons will well pleued with the presen- tation. MAMMOTH tATUROAY NIOHT HOW AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Saturday night amusement seekers rill find a big show awaiting them at the Colonial theatre tonight. Atop the bill Is one of the most seusatlonul pictures of the season, "When JJenr- cat Went a six-act superfsature. 'When the Devil another ot the line Mounted Police tabs, is also on the bill, and with plenty of comedy and good music tho .whole mikes Ideal entertainment. Tern Mix In "runt Showing Klnf't Thutra Friday and Saturdty MAJESTIC NEXT MONDAY EVENING Feb. 14 At 8.30 THE UKRAINIAN DRAMATIC SOCIETY present native drama of the of Ukrainian ptasunts with landlord! and ciarit m. (i COMPANY Of 40 PEOPLE Native icngi, ehoniMt. Pricei: SOc, 7Sc, and ONE NIGHT ONLY MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT IN THEIR EDITION OP MHO" NO SATURDAY MATINEE optni it Armstrong A, Raworth's 0n Tinaday, Fab. 1Mh. tives so as to throw its entire tne director and cameraman port to the Smuts' government. It 'aelr breath. After it .was all a victory for racial Reynolds and the camera man and marked the decision of the young- i agreed that it was the most danger- est dominion in the British Empire to i ous stnnt they had ever seen perform- play its part in world affairs iu motion pictures. Had the Hon. Mr. Rowell gave considerable: horse's hoof slipped it would have attention to the mandatory of thu: meant instant death to Mix, but the Union of South Africa for German' cowboy-actor rather enjoyed the ex- East Africa and instanced this as one, j Perlence. of the benefits accruing from the cov-l enant of the League of Nations. He I DUMBELLS, FAVORITES WITH ALL, COMING NEXT SATURDAY mentioned the of northern Ithotlesia for responsible government yaid that both these districts undoubtedly become portions of Union of South Africa. The only The "Dumbells" .will offer their Uims that would eventually keep edltion 0( ..Blff m B Hhodosia out of the union was t he I at the Majestic for one niEht return tear of the Nationalist llate on Saturday Fob 19 The "DumbelU" are too well known movement, hut he felt this objection Oil Brokers in Edmonton Have Not Found Anything to Complain About in thts dty to sufflco lt to aay tllat tbe orgauizatioi; remains the same as on their first Canadian tour, and that the new show j is just as anappy and full of pep as was the first edition "Biff Bing Bang." With last season's series of record business as his guarantee of the loyal support the Canadian public, Cap- tain Plunkett has felt himself safely in a position to make the second season's offering a much more elabor- ate affair, both in gowns, settings j and numbers, a special feature of the j now show being a serio-comic sketch j of Ufa behind tho lines. The Dumbells recently in Edmon- i ton broke all records for the theatre and a packed house here is a cer- tainty. Many will go just to hear 'Flies" again. K E ING'S THEATRE Absolutely controlled by war veterans. LAST TIMES TODAY GERALDINE FARRAR IN "THE WOMAN AND THE PUPPET' SPECIAL VALENTINE ATTRACTION Rex Beach's EDMONTON, Feb. of Edmonton operators and brokers as i to the new oil regulations are on the' whole favorable. C. E. Taylor, pro-! duction manager of tho Imperial Oil' company, is out of the city but, thu: feeling in the offices of the company here is that tha regulations are lesa severe than anticipated, provided that the holdings already secured under1 the old regulations are not disturbed. Xothing in the way of an official state- ment as to tho'Impor'al Oil T> stand in the matter, however is yet at Kings Start- the Peace oil operator, looks upon the regulations I as a good movo in the interests of tliu I "Going liy Uex Bearh the country at large. They arc based.' latest of this author's productions upon much the same prill- mailo by (lie. Golihvyn Pictures Corp- ciple as that followed in the pn.trol- "ration, is a ttory of the eternal an- eum lease laws of the United tagoniam Itc-hveen the oattl0 ranc-hers which hare proved entirely uheep herders ni the "west. It ;la humorous ami contains ninny thrills The effect will says Mr. Will- ot tlio kind that lovers of the screen lams, "that wlld-uminjt and Irresnon- appreciate. The story in detail "is EMPRESS-Enid Bennett in Toe Woman in tbe Sort Case" TODAY, Sat. AND THE OUACK A MACK SENNETT COMEDY, AND PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE. LAST TIMES Tonight (Sat) 'WHEN WENT Greatest Saturday Night Show in Town. Comedita galore. Orchestra doneert. BEARCAT DRY" 6-aot "WHEN THE DEVIL LAUGHED" R. N. W. M. P. Drama. Get your shopping done early, and then aee tht big show. Full show after 9.30. MON. and TUESDAY THE BANNER BILL OF THE YEAR EVERY MON. and TUESDAY I I Story of Old Ranch Days Will sihle jobbing in oil lands will bo cut as follo out The provision that three-fourths j At tho first inter-colloglate Mrs mepl followniK thn Bar are Mrs. Roberta Keap (Ethel (Irny Helen Blulto (Lillian jean Chap- (Helen FerKiisoni. jeaii is On- _ RMl'to marry Jtuborta's brother nme in Culver Covinjton (Prank Yale's crack sprinter. Jinherta's hna- bund, Keap, (Kenneth lias Just returned [mm over-: Prior to his crossing (lie At-1 ilaiitic, he and Koherta had (luarrellod and her attitude now is not one that' proinisea reconciliation. Helen 111 'meets and is ardently by i ;nerlrel.'V Fresno (Walter the j The death sentence passed on Hector fat coliese tenor, and ,1. Waliin-ford Diimont at North Day has bemi com- Kpocd (Clullon Lamiisi, who liv" muted to penal servitude for life. to his name. To impress Helen inont was to have been handed to-' Speed tells her a wonderful t-iie of Worrow murnlng. fiction ahout his proivcsa on the Had there boon no interference track. with his sentence, Diimonl would Mrs. Callasher (Lillian Lnn-don) have been (he lirst man in Canada to owner nf the pf the oil areas he ed by the government means that tile public domain will retain a larfce part of the natural petloleum resources and that the Royal Dutch Shell com- pany will almost certainly to develop tho government to the area left to private "de- velopment, it is my opinion that 'I'M acres will be quite enough for any concern, big or little, to opnrato." DUMONT GETS LIFE INSTEAD OF ROPE OTTAWA, Feb. Press) GREATEST NOVEL PRODUCED IN FILMS. 'Going Some' ALSO SCREAMING COMEDY. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE DAREDEVIL OF THE SCREEN TOM MIX I be hanged on a Sunda ay. Heaps, id not in love with her neigh- "FAME AND FORTUNE" ACTION I THRILLS I! HEART-TUGS I FIGHT ON (HE ROOF I BATTLE AT THE JAIL I THE HUMBLING OF THE BULLY I LATEST SUNSHINE COMEDY. SPECIAL MUSIC REGULAR PRICES GREAT HEADLINE ACT THE FAIRFIELD TRIO in a musical original greateit banjo on the vaudeville KID GRAYSON COMEDY SENSATION GAYLESANDLANGLEY in "TID-BITS OF VAUDEVILLE" McKEE SAFFER Two Girls and a of the of the Year Justine Johnstone in great 6-act feature Century Comedians in Twin comedy PR1ZMA COLOR PICTURES CONCERT ORCHESTRA 0, 7, AND 9 USUAL PRICES THREE SHOWS DAILY AT 2.3 ;