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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WOE ElfiHT THB UAJMT MKKAI.U FRIDAY, JANUAHY II. 1021 A Popular C.P.R. Official Manitoba Farmers Hear Th'at Tremendous Forces Are Op posing Them BRANDON. Jan. this after- Boon's session of the United Farmers of Manitoba conventiou, Jultn Evans brought greeting! from the farmer organizations in Saskatchewan. One flf the great problems to Jw overcome, be Fold, was the lethargy among tho farmers. Mrs. Gunn. Paradise Valley, Alia., the greeting from the Al- toertti Women. She discussed the hope i'or greMer Nation Among young people on the farms. cannot over emphasize the ti'eiKrndoJis loss ara toeing made by thoso opprtf.-J to us. j'or a which to i.v; .1 oon.aincd in ;lv lii? ti'.'jtl rO'Vi U. (i. the r.cvr jr.L'an3 tho organ- 1 pro- HULL PIONEER OTTAWA, .Inn. H. Hi'. Churlex R. Cinthain, Jigud t's full of class all tlio way through It wl11 IK hard, and twhaps unfair; to thU another. If I "iiiuhulls" return it inlKht he lies" is at Vhuenlx tonight iher won fame and ad-i Jimmy Goode In "Nonsense." croat- und Saturday in his latest Uoldwyn miration and suitors waited upon herjeil much fun, some of his local take photoplay, "Juhllo." trim tho 1 P'fsure. and how she found all thlsjutt's eausiug much lauKhtur. Evening I'ost story hy Flen i sun-'ss tn be dross and vanity Hed Newumu was u great favorite Ames Williams, directed hy Clarence I Compared to her mother's love and [with his fnnniosities anil roars of Badger, liemomher lovable, human'the devotion of her girlhood sweet part in "Almost :i Itusjand." You'll are told In the latest UnlvVrsal- iind hint even morn irresistible production. "Once to Kvery He plays tho part; starring- Dorothy Phillips Mack SeniiPtfs fiv edy sensation, "Dor.-n on the Farm." n-leased by United Artists (the "Big i human in "Jnbilo." v.-ill be ihn big frat Empress theanv fo ninK today. of whom laughter Breoted some o; actions. The balance of the pnisramniG was of an equally high standard and there was not 'a moment tile and- big feature :U the i of a dyed-in-the-wool member directed by Allen Holubar, which could not find something to ap- ir two days begin- j of the ancient and honored Society !w'" hc shown at the. Colonial theatre predate. To describe ihe merits ot hue transtoVms !m Monday, Tntriay and Wednesday i everything good that Is cuntalnad In "Our objective must ba the election for t H strerj ivr-s-'i-a' In tho principles poHcy. To do thii izatic-'H oi t viiico tho porroEul and help Oi every farraer ia 'he re- 1 port ccnciuuod. W. Pctert-. super- n.-lent Tor Krltlsh or the i3 'v'lj'.vn ro CLK'.i-t news- tho st rr.'ii ii: ,-ni: -.viio when aii-iiuKJi.'; raitv-ay alTE.irs spend-.' J.i of Ms leisure Umu uu the goli i BRITISH NATIONAL DEBT INCREASES BY A BILLION DOLLARS "Down on the Farm" represents into a Frlnco in latches. He had the n6xt- Mack pen-Ins "romedy} audieneu homing iheir siuus last added artistic treat to the pres- kln.B" at Its he'sbi. Thff.i'.eh five t nijjhl. entations of the photoplay will bo the he the ulic-r-1 It's funny what Htrangi- things a man rendition of a (specially written vocal :f will under the spell of a pair of be- hy the soloists and the splendid blue tenuium Jtibilo operatic orchestral aecompauimcnt. haii lii'cn n wandering Nabob fnint No-: this revue by the "Dumbells" would CLASSY HIP VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL TODAY AND SAT. With four snappy new acts, a wealth of new scenery and costumes, new pilot oplays and good music tho Col- onial Theatre will be a popular plaeu of amusement this week-end. On tho' vaudeville bill will be seen the Karuzos In a clever shadow act; I-Jilly Mann "tht, minstrel Shea and Rich, two uifty and Kam- se.y and Stone iu their "Cabaret Do Larry Semon in "Dew Drop Inn" and June Elvidgoiin "A Woman of Lies" will bo the features on the photoplay bill. A special Saturday matinee for tho kiddies will be given. iiiluirtotis satire, drama anil er tiie acilon to languish an instant but keeping it up at u spued typically in "Sennett tempo." The story relates the adventures in romance and finance of "a rusting corn-fed namely, Fa- rt-rda. Tho romance of her life is p-ovicied by the "hired help" whose fists are as big as his heart. Finance I LO.N A "white j paper" jusi issued gives ihe total i British national debt to tho first of j HON. J. P.. BOYLE WILL ATTEND LIBERAL MEET "n during the year end- CALOARY. .Jan. ov" the previous year. crnl J. R. Doyle, who is a nicmher of" tlio national committee of tho Liberal: DUTCH INDUSTRIAL party for Canada, is leaving Kdmon-' other words, a hobo. Dods-: "DUMBELLS" DREW PACKED ing work ,-.vns his a fine i HOUSES AT MEDICINE HAT art In which hs had no superior. Then (Medicine Hat News) he met Rose Hardj. a rustic That amusement lovers of iledicine then the miracle of miracles. Hat had not forgotten the previous Jubilo itctually went to t visit of Capt. Plunkett and his "Dum- ed his combed his hair! bells" was evident last night when And he might have won Rose if packed the Empress theatre to hadn't been for a 1m train hold-up j the doors to witness the return pf the is brought to the plot by the village to which he pleaded guilty. See Will i boys in the second edition of their re- kind of a cross between the'screen's most human "Biff, Bing Bang." It must be Khylock and Don Juan or a mixture i tor, in hia latest c.'oldwyn comedy-; said that the performance was every ton Saturday [or Montreal to j attend a meeting of the committee.' The gathering is in the nature cf an1 organization mealing and will' lie laid for the canting campaign when the Liberals will, the leadership of Hon. W. L. MacKeuzie King, lock political horns with the National Lib- eral-Conservative party headed by Premier Arthur Meighen. New Bruniwick Labor Men Urge Co-operation With Organized Farmer! ST. JOHN. N. B.. Jan.. its tlosinR session yesterday, the Na'w" Brunswick Federation of. Labor by a j vote of ten to one went on record in i favor of the formation or branches of an independent labor party .wherevsr, possible. Thav also endorsed co-oper- ation with orsanizod "farmers. A re- solution for government control of liquor and fc referendum on importa- tion was defeated. The convection adopted resolutions against night and Sunday work by bakers as far as prac- ticable; for equal rights for women; uniform ballots; old age pensions for all workers; proportional representa- tion; against slopping Sjinday work in railway shops; for legislation to _ lib AMSTERDAM, Jan. Dutch if'.tarstrial slump has reached serious pi JiMirtious, according to the Tele- i Xortit JSrabant, one of the chief manu faclir.Ing districts, a member declar- ed had been informed by the min istry of home affairs that there were hundred thousand unemployed rowfci Holland and that from nfty to slxly per cent, of the Dutch popula- .Uop, VQnM ,be dependent urxm th.3 state for support and this probably would continue for three years. prevent landlords discriminating against persons with, families. GREEK ACTIOIS DELAYS PEACE 'BIG'STRIKE IN FRANCE PARIS, Jan. potfal, telegraph and telephone employ- :tet ( and police were sent out to preserve order during the atreet demonstratlona incidental to the reconvening of parliament. It ia feared the, strike will spread throughout the com- munication services, Including thi rallroada. Australian Crickit ADELAIDE, Australia, Jan. H (Canadian Associated Press.) third test match between the vlsitinf English cricket team and an eleven representing all Australia began here this morning and at the close of play the home team had scored 315 for seven wickets. The feature of the CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 1-1. ______ ________....... Newspapers here declare the object: day's play was a brilliant innings by of the Greek offensive northeast of Collins of Australia for 162. Hmyrna is "obviously political'' and is intended to convince the allies that! FAMINE IN INDIA SERIOUS; King Conscantine Is determined to ful- l .the treaty of Sevres between the allied nations and Ttirkey.' -The ot- fensive is regretted by newspapers, which argue Greet-.; might have shown ARE BEING FED Jan. ia of- ftcially .declared to exist in ten dis- tricts in India, while there is a food of Turk and "shark." The farm hand loves her for herself alone. The vil- lage house broker and home wrecker desires her for an inheritance, the existence of which he. for a while, knows. But Cupid gets up in the country with Chanticleer and starts on the job with the sun, so it happens, after five reels of excitement, hilarity, bursts of laughter and tlirills j of suspense that love's labor isn't lost and that though the going may be rough in the country for romance, the altar and the preacher await at the end of the lane to do their duty by the sturdy heart. Sennett comedy experts to be seen in this pretentious spectacia and mas- drama -'Jubilo." by Hams, noted author. Ben Ames Wil-! bit worthy of the I From tie. opening largo attendance, until the close of hour of the of your household conies along with a nasty cut or bruise, a burn, scald or sore. It's then you realise how it pays to have Zam-Buk always handy. Jujta touch and Zam-Buk takes out all fiery pain or smarting irrita- tion. At thesame time it parities the tis- sues, prevents dangerous festering or uiceration. ensures speedy healing. Zam-Buk's unrivalled antiseptic and licalinfi virtues are derived from a unique blending of herbal oils and extracts. Animal fats and coarse found in ordinary ointments and salves have no part in Zara-Buk. It's herbal throughout, For over ten years Zam-buk has been our household writes Mrs. S. B. Folkins, Somerville, Mass: "There has never been a healer made to take its place. Wewouldn'tbe without Zam-Bjk whatever it cost. It never fails in burns, scalds, cuts, chafing, and innumerable other skin troubles." For htjlina cold-lores, cracktd and chilblains Zam-Buk il invaluable. Alio in wonnds and obstinate wounds.' of and stores at iflc. 3 boxes for TiiaJ for 1C. stamp Zam-Buk Co.. more reserve at present as her action; shortage in many other distr. had delayed peace, which was believed j the result of lack "of winter rains for I to he near. I the crops, it was announced by the I India omce this afternoon. More than I CANADIANS CURLERS WIN AGAIN persons are already receiving EDINBURGH, .fan. I relief. Associated put up a j _______________ capital fight against the Canadian' DEFEAT MOTION FOR curlers today who. however, won by' SEVEN PER CENT BEER nine shots. The total scores of the _____ teams were: Canadians SO; Biggar ST. JOHN. Jan. the session il. The losing Canadian rinks were ot the New Brunswick Federation of skipped hy R. Labor, the resolution proposed by the id by Minn., and J. J. Turnbull, Sydney, N.; St. John longshoremen, asking for S. The scores of the Canadians fol- seven per cent, bear was defeated by large majority. low: R. J. MeLeod, 12; J. A. Johnson, Baldur, Man., 15; J. A. WcFaddeil, Stratford, Out.. 15; J. Turnbull, 13; R. Waddell, Peterhoro, 10; A. E. Swift, Ottawa, 13. FAMILY OF EIGHT RESCUED MONTREAL, Jan. -famlij- of eight were rescued by' police and fife- man and :.'5 hoi-sea were gaved from, the stables when a firo destroyed the Vf. R. Cutllbert, brass finishers'' plant, Duke street, last night. START MOOSE JAW SUBWAY MOOSE JAW, Jan. will be started on the Fail-good Street sub- way under the tracks of the Canadian National Hallways as soon as the frost is sufficiently out of the ground to permit the starting of the work, ac- cording to A. E. Warren, general man- ager of the company, who visited the city today. The subway will be of permanent construction, sVT-THi STARTING MONDAY. COLONIAL TODAY AND SAT. A CORKING GOOD WEEK-END SHOW HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE The Karuzos Shadows and Comedy. Billy Mann Man" Shea and Rich "Two Nifty Nuts" Ramsay Stone "Cabaret De Luxe" "A WOMAN OF LIES" O act Special Feature. LARRY SEMON in DROP INN" Thres 2.30, 749. Adults: Mats. SOc; Nights COc. Special KIDDIES' MATINEE SiiturdiiV lOc Two Only. MUESTIC Matinee Sat Tonight Tomorrow ENTIRELY MEW NOVEL MUSICAL REVUE IN THEIR SECOND EDITION OF BANG! Second Season's Sensational Revue; Sanie Com- pany, but "by a Bigger and Better Show. 75c, 11.00, and Mat., 50e, 75c, Seats now selling at Armstrong and Raworth's. EMPRESS-TODAY and TOMORROW 5c and 35c; evenings, 10c and 40c. NEVER BEFORE HAS SUCH AN ALL-COMEDY SHOW BEEN SHOWN IN THE CITY. N'ev Cive-Peel Comedy Sensation ON THE Oh Boy! Oh Oh Lady! One glimpse of the simple life and you'll sub-let your swell apartment, sell your mansion, trade in your twelve-cylinder limousine for a threshing machine and get yourself a farm like if you can find another juit like it. And an all-star Sennett I cast to milk the cows and feed the chickens Neighbor! This is the life! Also FATTY ARBUCKL.E In "THE GARAGE" and Christie Comedy, "NEAT BUT DANDY." PHOENIX TONIGHT Samuel Goklwyn presents 4 WILL ROGERS IN "JUBILO" "The screen's most human star" in a picturtzstion of the Satur- day Evening Post story, by Ben Amet Williams. Did you see him in He even floea one "Jubllo." He's "Different." He's Human. He's Irresistible. De Massa run? Ha! De stay? Ho It mus1 be now de eomin' An' de year ob Jubilo. 'Almost a ADDED ATTRACTIONS "FOOTLIGHT MAIDS" and FOX NEWS 35c; Children, 10c. Under naw management. J. M. Montgomerie, manager. COLONIAL NEXT TOES., and WED. Matinees Daily at 2.30; Nights at 7 and 9. THE YEAR'S GREATEST SPECTACLE DOROTHY PHILLIPS ONCE In iwrjr marts life enai ctrtai. fueit mommt Onct in tar Kwne- thin, to bet on whkh future depciula. !l ha.! can. or will one you, just H it came to Aurora Hertdith. VVh.1 do you think it Yoa'lt know apkndiil DorctJir Phillip., Mr of -fh. Hurt of ilununitr" and "The Kiibt to Hie piluu'' play thij frtn fun la a picture thu woman in the wotU wIM tBdmund. A liictur. fur which a wbol. op.rj wu >n which the ;Urer> HD( jn.t thtr alnr ea Ihe .Bit-hty suit the duillna; production in which the ttcial of a city Ktcd ai the mirrtbua toM itury that you'll Haver WITH HEART-STIR- .rONB VOCAL AND .CHORAL ACCOMPANI- MENT BY SPECIAL VOCALISTS. WITH SUPERB OPER- ATIC ORCHESTRAL AC- COMPANIMENT BV AN AUGMENTED ORCHES- TRA. ITS THE PICTURE OF YOUR DREAMS ;