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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGB RIGHT THR SATURDAY, JANUARY "SCOOPS" FOR STATES PAPERS BY BALLOONiSTS jry Daniels Says it's Not Fair to Papers Would Pay Well STEEL COMPANY CUTS WAGES 20 PER CENT. I SYDNEY. N.S., .Ian. S.- A 20 per cent, cut in wages, effective January 17, is announced by tile Dominion Iron uml Steel company Uero this morning. Tho rou'.iclion will affect ap- proximately men, of whom about are temporarily laid off. K! E J! A DRAB MI Majestic Shoyld He Packed To the Doors Tonight For Season's licst j WASHINGTON, Jan. of be United States navy department to Ike threo airmen now making their kay back from the Canadian north, not make public any account of their j Bight from Rockaway station and sub-j sequent until the official! reports have been submitted will staiul Secretary Daniels said today, despite fthe appeals from newspapers and! magazines which have reached him.; Yhe official account, ho added, would fee made public as soon as it was "re-i "Since men are pr.Ul by the gov-' rumen t and iiv.veiling: in gov-: rrnment service ;u the espenpo of the Mr. Daniels sain. "I believe the story of their experience should! fee available to all the before1 exclusive stories are given out. 1 do not think it would be lair to let, eome big newspaper get a on j a story, just because it can af-1 ford to send a correspondent up into Canada and cffcr a rum for it.'' Mr. Daniels said one paper bad aa.uthorii.jd the representative it SMII north to make the ballooniets an offer, -of for a signed exclusive ac-j count by anyone of tha trio or by all j three. Travel Faster Now i COCHRAXrc. Or.t.. Jan. F.I S. Lendrum, Staff Correspondent of the! Canadian Pjess and Associated diatinct imuroTementj la conditions along the Indian trails leading from James Bay to C. N.j R., WMt of here has taken place with-: Jn the past 24 hours and with tho f all- Ing thermometer, the American air-j men headed for this point, by a route tot yet determined, should be able! to make faster progress toward home.; No word of the near approach to either Mattioe or Clute. one of which routes Is certain to be selected, aa 1 the road out, had. been received hero up to noon today, Former Canadian Commandtr Says Temper of People in Favor MEDHCAL CERTIFICATAE AND MARRIAGE LIC- ENSE TOO FOR MAN- ITOBA COUPLES NKW YORK. Press.) i from General Sir Arthur! Ciirrie and J. H. Anhdown, ;i former mayor of in connection with international (liai.rman.cnt. are published in the World this morning. The limitation of naval armaments by ayreement among the nations, is considered by Sir Arthur to be an insreclient-of world peace. "The suc- cess of the League of Nations." ho says, "'has not been conspicuous, yot even its sharpest critics will admit J tii.it it has aroused an international! sense which has hitnerto been Kick-j ing in the-councils of the world. "There now seems to he an oppor- tunity for a further step. The limita- tion of naval armaments has been proposed on both sides of the Atlan- tic almost simultaneously. Statesmen of higU repute have advised their countries to seek the adoption of this step and the temper of the public in thew countries in mani- festly in favor of adoption." Mr. Ashdown aays "To continue the rivalry in naval construction'is simply to prepare tho way for disastrous conflict such as the world has just passed through and would in my opinion, be the height of madness for all con- cerned. "The British navy has always been a protection to the United States; the two coun'trlm are one in language and should be one in helping to hold the cMHaation the world." WINNIPEG. Jan. of i medical certificate to show that con- tracting parties to a marriage are medically fit will be compulsory if leg- islation to be aaked for by the Mani- toba Social Hygiene association is enacted, according to Win. Battley, general secretary of the association. The association -will hold a convention here startiug January 20. during which delegates will wait on the'government requesting that such a bill be placed before the house at tha forthcoming session. New Students At Raymond School HOLD "NO POLITICS" ORDER SESSIONS IN 1 TORONTO ABOUT JAN. 17 TORONTO, Jan. John If. Godfrey, o" the recently-appointed hoard of conciliation to inquire into the dispute between "the management of the Canadian National Railway and tbelr employees, over the "no politics" order issued by President Hanna, that th.o sittings of the board will take place iu Toronto and will begin the weak of January 17, either Monday or' Thursday. Today A. Godfrey received a tele- gram from- D. Campbell, representing the employees on the board, in which he expressed the opinion that there was no necessity for holding hearings outside of Toronto and that all -em- ployees could attend the sittings on 10 days' uotice. AMERICAN MECHANICS MAY MAN THE RUS- SIAN FACTORIES (By A. It. Cocq.) A dramatic trout. This fully con- veys the aprreeiation which "Tho Law as produced the Majestic theatre, on Friday night, convoys. H was a jilay full of human interest which, with all the totu-hus of. high dramatic art yiu into it by tho'mem- bers ol the com puny, made it u gem- among the many excellent productions, in which actors and actresses of merit aud standing in the tlnatrk'iil profes- sion have taken part, pluued before the public in Uiu city. The play hud an unmistakable charm in it. in the exquisite it ob- tained not only from tiiu leading play- ers but from on? and all who took part In it. Tho characters ware por- trayed with iiu ease and grace that added to the interest of a very enter- taining It was ono of those plc.ys which leave behind a very pleasant re- collection. It was ordinary and yet extraordinary. It was life as 'it is embroidered in the appeal it made by the delicacy of the acting. Through- out the play there was a rich vein of comedy, exemplified in a striking scene in which a search .was made for a latchkey. Miss Eva Moore and Mr. H. V. Es- mond lived up to the. reputation thay have made in the theatrical world, and they were very skilfully aided, by the clever actors aud actresses who made up the rest of the cast. It was a splendid piece of acting throughout. The interest was never allowed to flag. The pity of It was that a play of this kind had the experience of playing to a very slim house, the smallest which the company have played to during their present Canadian tour. It fully deserved a bumper house, and it should get it tonight, when it will be presented again, if the patrons of the Majestic have the wish to see a reully good piece when the opportunity 'is given. It is seldom that' such an op- portunity occurs in the presentation of a play of such decided t full of interest aud entertainment, as Law Divine." The Black Cat Jinx Disproved SPLENDID VAUDEVILLE AT THE COLONIAL "The Host Show in Months." the remark lizard 'row scores of tronn ut the Colonial thnutro Ult night after seeing ftno Hippo- drome Vaudeville Circuit hill which is buliiK offered as the main week-end attraction. Tho WaldoraB atari the fun with their novel athletic act, into which they introduce. some remurkably t'lover bus; pimchinif, artistic-, posing, and gymnastic A bis novelty in their performance is tho electrical finish to the act, which they execute with remarkable .skill. Tho Kole Korticdy Trio created al- most a riot last night with their classy siug.nff, harmony and comedy act. "A Boob and Two ia u good sub-title for the act, which is made up of a clcvor comedian of tho "nut" variety, aud a couple of stun- ning blondes. They offer some very good harmony singing, and liven up the aft with a snappy, line of clean comedy. "Hoot MOB. did. ye see Har-r-r-y Lauder-r-r-'s double his' Donal' Mr.Adiiius IB tho boirnfc laddie, and he's a real too. Singing a bunch of Lander's famous songs, in addition to several ot" his own, Don last night was the hii ot the hill as far as personality was concerned. Harry Laudcr's got nothing oil ald McAdams. "With a fine scenic novelty act pre- sented by Eagle and Kamona, the show was brought to a successful con- clusion. This duo of Indian enter- tainers offer a colorful act. into which they interpolate plenty of novelty. Israel Zangwill's famous story, ''Nurse is ably pictured by Mary Miles Minter in a good six reel feature, and rftmpfiy is added to the pictures by Earl Montgomery in "The Laundry." It's a great show, and will make a trip to the Colonial tonight well worth while. the ring buforo tlui publU: uu the silver wrecn in roles of dare- devil herom or tu serials (.Jeorfes Carpentit'r i.s K.VOU a vehi- uri intriguing romitm-i) of Ameri- can ttocUfty, with himself in the of a smart, wisll-cli'otis muu ubout town, The fact that his gentlemanly quull- tfofl and his rocord of valor In the world, war har, won.tho udmiration all' cUsai'B waken thu advent of thle popular youth rnto the picture world nV t inutlnco Idol u commendable His popularity in Amer- ica IB test attested by the unpreced- ented amount of favorable publicity ho has received throughout the coun- try and by the great demand !or his services, Wonder Man" gives the public Its first opportunity to really know this favorite son of fact it gives the first opportunity for his many admirers to st-e him. The- great demand to sea Ciirpontier In the box- ing rinj was proved beyond a doubt by the crowd that flocked to the studio to see him when a great light for the picture was staged. More than 2rOOO persons braved the muddy roads of Now Jersey to see him in his fighting togs for the first time in America. THE DUMBELLS hack 11 I'ouplc of new SOUKH from Kntt- laud, whoiw 'H- fur his short vacation. I'--U (hat promluw to excel "Tuko u Look ut Now." Bert Nowmun litiu a oiio that new muff which gettinf over ti> great manner. CupttilM t'lunktttt liaH proven him sol a m-nducur by tlw manner iu which tho latQHt "Dumbells" show IH flaged and his you I lion M a Canadian theatrical mannRer hal Itrtniy established. CARPENTIER, IDOL OF IN SOCJETY DRAMA Georges Carpentier, idol of France, whose notable record in the hoiing ring has won him fame and fortune and whose fascinating personality has made him the Sdol of two continents, will be the, chief attraction at the. Colonial theatre in "The Wonder a Robertson-Cole super-special production, for a three days' showing, beginning Monday. The picture promises an entqrUln- ment unique in the realm of cin- ema art. Unlike the previous afforts of producers to bring champions of Tha famous third division bells" entertainment corps, which played a record-breaking tour of Can- ada last fieuson, luive been held intact for the coming season of 1920-1921, and ,will again appear from coast to coast in a second edition of their bril- liant musical revue, "Biff; Bing, Bang." Their latest 'offering, 'which comes to the Majestic theatre on Jan. 14th I and. 15th, with Saturday matir.ee, con- i tains all, of the speed and -joyousnoss of the original revue and will be stag- ed in an even more elaborate manner. The song numbers include many of the latest London and New York suc- cesses and the boys put them over In the same snappy manner which made "Biff, Bing, Bang" such an apt title. "Marjorie" has two new "vamp" numbers, while Jock Holland brought PARIS, Jan. wireless from Moscow saying that a great many me- chanics from Detroit, Michigan, now are working iu the Donetz coal basin of Russia, has caused considerable speculation in diplomatic circles here, coming after reports from Berlin to the effect that United States citi- eeus now in Germany are going to the same region to man the factories. Most of these men aro said to be ex- perienced in automobile construc- tion. An Editor Recommends "A DROPS Sufferers1 Mr. L. P. Bill, editor Etulc writei: "1 ttint U Ml you that I been In there no mAD that it better known than I am. j tell yau this Becnus? I want you to know thai I am BO stranper to the About t-.-enty I OTta down on my back with UIR worat caaa of rheumatism and I bcRan to uae rour and in about u venk I was on Bid Eiuhn utonlihcd to rru sS wsO Mqqtektnd wanted to know what metJi- I took I told them "t-DBOPS" and IMA WM hat tha rhroRiatfam know, ur f.hw will 01. It 1 Mi IT one of the virtua of your raw4r md J aaxun it will InectaH to ur Barion Oanlumat "c-DHOra" sold hr the lading putt tt ths Uoiud sutn ud (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Jan. Agricut lural eollegs is again holding regular classes, and opened its doors for work Tuesday inorning. There are a num- ber of new students enrolled nines the holidays, viz.: James Prince of Beazer. Alta.; Leonard Johnson. Barn- well; Basil Rolfaon, Grant Holt, Ar- thur Jensen and Miss Eva Kiel, Raymond. Elaborate preparations under wny for tho banquet and official open- ing of the A.C. college tomorrow. Mrs. (Dr.) A.C. Greeuaway, Mrs. Love and Mrs. Wm. Lamb are in charge of the Banquet. Principal Longman and In- structor Benu are looking after the program in the opera house Friday evening. The addresses will be given by Premier Stewart, Hon. A. J. Mc- Lean, D. Marshall and Mr. Myers. Sev- eral musical numbers will be given by local talent. Dr. A. C. Greenaway was the victim of an auto accident this week, though ho considers he escaped luckily. Hia arm was badly cut by the glass from tho windshield. The doctor is in LeihbrWge for medical treatment. The Athletic ciub, assisted by the Opera House Co., have installed a shower bath in one of the dressing rooms in the Opera House. This will be hailed with delight by the boys of the town, especially those interested in athletics. At the First Ward services on Sun- day special prayers were offered for Mrs. Bliss Roberts and Mrs. Mildred McCarty, who are critically ill and have been confined to their beds for the past month. Mrs. McCarty was taken to Lethbridge today to the hos- pital to undergo an operation. Mr. and Mrs. W. Winkler who spent tha holidays with Mrs. Winkler's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holmes, re- turned to their home near Taber on Monday. Melvin Christiansen and Arlo Pal... er leave tomorrow morning for Salt Lake City, where they wili be assign- ed tneir missionary fields in the inter- est of tho L. D. 8. church. Mrs. T. J. O'Brien is homo again from Layton, Utah, where she was called because of the serious condi- tion of her mother, Mrs. Watt, Mrs. O'Brien left her mother convalescing, able to be in a. chair and improving nicely. Pres. H. S. Allen and son John re- turned on tonight's train from Salt Lake City where they apent the Christmas holirrays. Miss Emma Nalder and Miss V. Meldrnm returned to Calgary on Mon- day to resume their studies at Normal school. Douglas Fairbanks af the Much-Talked-of Hoax. Has a black cat ever crossed your path? What a terrible sensation followed when it did and for w23ks every time something went wrong at homo or there was a business reverse, thd poor kitty came in for all the blame. It was back ill the Sixteenth Cen- tury, according to a learned historian of Rhode Island, that the superstition of the black cat fable was introduced. A clergyman was returning from his church after the Sunday evening ser- man and he carried with him the day's offering of the congregation. A black cat darted in front of him, without warning, and as the story goes, ten steps later he was felled when 3 heartless bandit attacked him. The victim was robbed and the assailant fled. And all of this wits attributed to the act of the harmless feline. History repeats itself iu Douglas Fairbanks' current "Big Four" pro- ui'.ctinn, "When the Clouds Roll which will be shown at the .Empress theatre on Monday. Doug is not a clergyman and he is not attacked by a thug, but a black cat crosses his path. Does he worry and fret.over it? No, he just tightens his mus'cles and squares himself for a mighty attack on this annoying superstition, and smiles at the original fable. Today, Charles Chaplin in "The and Ethel Clayton In "The Ladder of Liefi." FUNERAL OF COLONEL M.CLEOD ON SUNDAY .Tail. crlctnn and York and Simlmry, UK coMKtitufm'y ho represented in parlia nient, are mourning today the 'death of Col. Harry P. McLlod, M.P., .who dloil laHt evening at his residence here. The funeral will talie place on Bun- day afternoon, under the auspicOG of the Masonic tho Orangn lodge and other fraternal societies of v.-hioh he was ;i miimhor. Tiio AtiKnt'iation, Uin Great War Vetoranw' Association, ;ind thn Sev- enty flrrt York Kegliwnt. n-hirh formerly commanded, will 1m i-epio- BeulcJ. A REGULAR BUST! i Ever see everything "hurt-up" and 1 go to smash? Hard luck ever stick j to you like a leech? When it can you mile? If yoO think you; Have troubles, come we (DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in his new picture "WUEN THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" Arthur Holland .'Mid Alan Murrey in a Scotch from the "Uumbells'" I'ovne which will hn SOPH at tho Majflnl.ii; Fridiiv nnd Saturday, .luu. .11 :ind 1C, C-'lui'day LAST TIME TONIGHT Charles Chaplin IN IHE COUNT" Ethel Clayton IN "THE LADDER OF LIES" Prices: 10c and Sic. PHOENIX ''The Picture Houtt Quality" TONIGHT 1RUMPET ISLAND" A Tori'i Production Here Is a tale thst enthralls with its sheer power and vividnest and charm. It has packed full of the bmath of romance by master i rafts men, who have impart- ed thote big and those subtle touches which act it apart as a classic. Stirring in Its ever-present dramatic qual- ity, appealing In its human ;ide, ravishing in its exotic display to the is a production which enchants mightily. Also the screaming Sunshine Comedy "ROAMING BATHTUBS" and FOX NEWS Trumpet Island shown at 7 and "3 o'clock Children 5c Saturday Matinee Full Show NEXT WEEK "HUMORESQUE" PHOENIX MON., TUES. AND WED. NEXT HUMORESQUE' A Photoplay Featuring ALMA RUBENS Story by Fannie Hurst Scenario by Frances Marion Directed by Frank Borzage. ALMA R.UBENS Vi CosmafolitAn A PARAMOUNT. to extra csit for this production, admluion will be Adults 50c; Children lOc Matinee Usual Prices. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8.45 Trans-Canada Theatres, Limited, and Percy Hutchison present H. V. ESMOND AND EVA MOORE In Mr. Esmond's Delightful Eng- lish Society Comedy, The Law Divine Or- chestra: First 10 rows, last 10 rows. J2.00. Balcony: First three rows, next three rows, balance COLONIAL TONIGHT HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE KOLE KOMEDY TRIO DONALD McADAM THE WALDORAS EAGLE andJtAMONA "HIP" ORCHESTRA FEATURE PHOTOPLAY MARY MILES MINTER IN "NURSE MARJOR1E" MONTGOMERY In t "THE Vitagraph Comedy. Two Only. MAJESTIC Matinee Sat Friday and Saturday, Jan. 14 and 15 BAN6I1 Second Season's Sensational Revue Same Com- pany, but "by a Bigger and Better Show. Niahts, 75c, and Mat., 50c, 75e, Advance Sale at Armstrong A. Raworth's ttn Tuesday at 10 a.m. Special Attraction COLONIAL Monday-Tuesday-1 HE WON FAME IN THE WAR. HE WON HONORS IN THE RING. PRICES 50c Children.......15c JARPWTIER feVondwMajv SEE HOW HE WON THE GIRL IN A MILLION DOLLAR ATTRACTION Tha most magnetic man In the world In an absorbing drama of high society We. NOTE: After teeina thti production I immtdiittly booked It far in showing for the Colonial Theatre, knowing that It will offer a delightful evening's entertainment to our patrnna will be of especial Interest to the ladles. LEN S. BROWN. ;