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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiK EIGHT U.S. Should Lead Way To Nations In Disarmament Fiance, U. S. Diplomat Might Not Be in a Re- ceptive Mood WASHINGTON, Jan. ing burdens of taxation resulting from the world war Imvo caused the pro- pies of nil nations to favor world agreement on disimnnment. Henry former ambassador to France, and a member of the American j commission to Paris, declared today before the house naval committee holding hearings on this subject. "I think the world is crying for some agreement." said Mr. "White, "but I do not favor the United States rlieing the only nation to disarm." The United States, he added, should take the Initiative in the disarma- ment movement ami the conference should bo held in this country. "Any Ktthering looking to general dis- armament should include France and Italy as well as tlio United Slates. Britain and he said, "but dis- cussions .coking to A reduction of naval building only should he limited for the present at least to Great Bri- tain, Japan and the United States. "Would not gonr-ral disarmament optn the way to Bolshevism through-1 out he WAS asked. j "I think France might feel that: said the witness. "The keeping i of Germany in a titate of chaos over reparations is opening the way to Bolshevism more than any o.lher fac- tor right now, in my opinion. The present condition of Germany Bolshevism a mflnace." CONSTA tfCSf to It, and thoM who as- Hrt that beauty la the lone for Kntn an to fa and what charactortotlc acting MAURICE TOURNIUR CCATURI IILLID Qrut With AM4tar Soon to Be 8ean Htrt at tha Colonial Thoatra produc- of biggest tlons.of year Crst slibt, aod he li soon contemplat- ing tha abandonment of his at bandit for a fireside anil bllltr. Temptation soon appears In the of former pal, wko Dan off to the fact that the limited can ba twld up wiU U Dan will essay one more fling at his old game. Huccvinba and -the hold-up, i tint It surrounded and captured after kit pal twe died ItglUIng the forces of the law. Dan la sentenced to ft Itmg term' In KHIDAY, tartllng touch, For latter-day miracle Is wrought that r.f fectfi not only th'e life'at Dan Malloy, but those of others la the prison and AT THE COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WITH THE "HIP" VA008VILL6 SHOW. FARMERS ARE UNANIMOUS tremendous dram. ".lew and of absorbing human Interest. Ac- cording to the expectations of Its producers) U la destined to be hailed ouo of the really impressive photo- dramas of tho year. Advance reports on "The Great Redeemer" dwell with especial force HIPPODROME CIRCUIT upon tho unusual beauty of the pro- VAUDEVILLE AT THE Auction from a pictorial standpoint, COLONIAL TONIGHT as well as upon its Intensely dram- with a daudr Hln Yandoville bill' utic themo and the tremendous moral as the muter attraction, the CWonlal i message it carries to all who view It. theatre will doubtless be a popular' Dan Malloy, as the story has pinco today and Saturday, eluiled a posse that pursues him after I DU ,Barrv and Du Freeze will offer he bus held up a train, and takes! their nove'lty surprise act, In which refuge In the homo of a girl of 'tho they Introduce a varloty of, novelties mountains. The girl, startled by his seldom seen.. sudden and unannounced entrance! Onetta. the whirling dervish- danc- Ito her cabin, shoots er. will offer her amajir.g electrical wounding him slightly. Later, after dance act. hearing his story and falling under] Clark and Bean, a due ol clever that he waa in need and could not .obtain work, while he claimed thai his dominating personal-1 musical entertainers, will be seen in i I his mother had ample means. Montreal Offers Employment to Men Parading Streets and Causing Trouble EDMONTON, .Jan.' tions asking the strictest en- forcement of liquor legislation Ware passed jt the afternoon ses- alon of the convention of the United Farmers' of Alberta here today. A resolution from the wo- men's section, passed, asked that all liquor laws resulting from the October referendum be strictly en- forced by the provincial govern- went. A second-resolution asked that ali prescriptions issued by doctors be entered on thg drug book and te open at all timet to the public. A resolution asked the govern- ment to provide for search for the FOR TOTAL PROHIBITION "SUDS" PLEASES LARGE CROWDS AT EMPRESS ity, begins to love him. With: "Beauty and The a new idea Data .It has been a case of lore at: In musical acts. MONTREAL, Jan. hun- dred out of work ei-servlce men this mornlne; stormed Walton's restaurant, on St. Catharines Street and demand-1 ed food. The manager gave the men a raeal after they promised to behave In on orderly fashion. A squad of policemen hurried to the restaurant, but the men were quiet and left alter their free meal. A number of, unemployed attempted to raid the uptown branch of Chillis' restaurant this afternoon hut they found a strong guard of police around the establishment, persed whe: lunches were Chairman tratlve commission, announced thl afternoon following the disturbances caused by tho city's unemployed de- manding food at various restaurants, father ef i child barn out of wedlock and that If hi be found the child trull take the father's name and receive the right to maintenance, education and inheritance aa if bom in wedlock. 1 Establishment of a home and training school for first petty juv- enile offenders, was asked by re- solution. It Is asked that the In- stitution be f'ce from the stigma attaching to jails. By unanimous standing vote the convention In an emphatical- ly worded resolution, went on re- cord as in favor of total prohibi- tion and pledged its support to enable the authorities to enforce existing laws. .MARY PICKFORD AGAIN SHINES IN NEW PICTURE Conviction Upheld By Appeal Court REGINA, Jan. Saakatciie- W A wan court of criminal appeals baa sus- AUen Total of tain0rt Over One Hundred MillAns the conviction at Oration Carthy, who was found ghllty of manslaughter by c Jury at the crim- inal sitlini! of the court of king's bench November last. Judgment waa turned American-born wives of that the police will be sent to cloaa j C0nt act ot congress which per the office ot the ex-service men's as- j women who betore the war n. aoclatlon and that the city will tmd of-cni-nr i the i work for all the men, paying them WUUe about 200 unemployed were commandeering Walton's restaurant this morning, Col. Guaduet of the public safety department, visited the men's association with an offer of work. However, as there were only a few men present the colonel's visit was not very success- i tho commission will engage temporary employees through the em- ployment bureau of the de- OTTAWA, Jan. 21. Next Sunday Is partment of labor. the golden wediiing day of the father This in a radical departure from and mother of Canada's prime minis- the usual method of engaging all em- tflr, Mr. and Mrs. J. Meighen. The ployees through the civil aervice corn- day will bo celebrated very quietly, at mission, and if the experiment Is snc- the request of Mrs. Meighen, senior, cessful. the privilege will be extended and Hon. Arthur Meighen lyill he the to o.ther provinces. only memher of the family the others living some dlataece Irom EDMONTON MOURNS Ottawa. Both Mr. and Mrft J. Mel-.1 fuv T ATI? urn are stiil healthy, though Mr. j 1 IjA 1 li MH. SIFTON Meighen is 74 and his wife 71 years. famous curls and beat and instead we have the scrawny, greasy-faced, pug-nosed frump which for quite a while is difficult to recog- nize as our beautiful Mary. This ahove anything else proves she is an artist, for very few of our women ot" the films would sacrifice beauty, youth an'd clothes in order to give an artistic all this has Mary done, and more. But with her deft handling she makes this little nonentity of life a living, breathing type you have all seen' but which you never carfd to remember. Never has a fined piece of charac- ter work been donevthan Miss ford's production of Were she a man, the laurell of Theodore Roberts, Tully Marshall and other famous character delineators would ho torn from them and placed upon the brow of the world'a sweetheart. This production will remain at the Empress for another two days, and all the admirers of Miss Plckford are TONIGHT AT muEsnc TOEAHIE AT 8 OPEN AT 7.4S. Under the auspices of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., in aid of the patriotic and essay work of the Chapter. ENTERTAINMENT BY LOCAL TALENT "DEAREST MAMA" CAST Harry Clinton Mr. Roy Klevell Nettle Croker Mr. Eric Ings Uncle Browser.................................Mr. Geo. Fleming Jones.......................................... Mr. Frank Cope Edith Clinton Miu Dorothy Edwards Mrs. Minnie Haiell Mrs. Breeiely Fuesell Mrs, Conybeare Dutch Dance........................................ C. O. E. Heading Mlaa Bernlce Blake Dance of the Sunbeams ....3........................ o. O. E. Sketch by the Girl Guides. Gathering Peascoda C. 0. E Old Time, Any Old Place Miss Minnie Eric Ings Solo Was a Little Girl........Grace McNulty Cartooning and Fainting..............Mr. Robert Barrowman Illustrated Mr. W. Stott 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 30. Irish Dance. Geo. Fleming. Geo. Molvor, Jachon. Unreserved Me, Dancea are by sixteen members of the Harold Henderson Chap- ter, C. 0. Matthewa, Once Margaret Roberts, Elsie Clayton, May McNulty, Nellie Walker, Phyllis Payne, Violet Lowe, Hetty Funnell, Lorna Gleam, Liizie Watson, Kitty Fankhurst, Elsie Carrier, Catherine. LJabel Dodd, Mar jorie Scott. They have six children and 12 uhildren. ALBERTA RED CROSS DOING FINE Imcr promiar of tills province. crta courts in session when EDMONTON. .Tnn. in the city are flying ot half-mast itml the Edmonton courthouse was closed for one hour this morning as a mark nf respect to the late Hon. Arthur Lewis former chief justice and for- I Four EDMONTON. .Tau. Alberta' courts In session when Chief branch of lha Canadian Rod Cross I Justice Harvey received society opened a two-day session here announcing; the death of Mr. Hifton, todiiy with a number of dele-; announcing that flu; courts should In attendance. President R. R be closed. Fifteen hundred U. F. A, Bannett.. K.C., .presided., and dei-jruitny in convention a the opening address was delivered by i solution of sympathy. Premier flia honor, Governor Brett. ha.-i mil a' rnst to oliicnrs elected will be runsfrui'f-d at Hi'-- Kankalchiv were: Patron. Lient. Prostdnnt. Premier ilcnt, n. II. lleniir-l! Wasgans; trfasarer, O-ANNUNZIO RETIRES TO A PALACE LONDON, Jan. il'An ntnizlo, former intuuvKii; head of Plume, arrived In Venice yesterday, aays a dispatch received by tlio Cen- tra! News today from Rome under "Wednesday's ilnte. retired to j wan is HIH Tliiir lirclt: Hon.! Information liruintht from 01-! j lawa hy .1.. n-tury.. Airs.! wiio returned from u conifr- Mr. Cai- i (Mi TIQW is just mnv completed. The strucluni 10 will bn I iiii'icely for iJdmini.Htrative Nb'Wci.ste in a package O H.irlK'.ripo jwiuce and refused to tali-, tho ilia- CONDEMNS MODERN DANCES severe condemnation j of moflerii daneos wns pronounced' here hy Kev. .1. K. piiHlor of St. .lean lljptisto eliiirch. He ainrm- ed that thnsr! who indulged ill the modorn dances were nnwotlhy Ol tha holy table substantial texture of PostToasties prevents crumbling in the package and their firm substance adds to their attractiveness 9hey retain, their crisp- ness and rich flavor after milk or cream, is added SQLDBYGRQCMS Canadian Postum Cereal GxlfaL Windsor, Ontario. COLONIAL TONIGHT AND SATURDAY Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville ____ "They All Say the Beit, Show bi Montht." DU BARRY and DU FREEZE IN "NOVELTY SURPRISES" KLARKandEGAN OFFERING "BEAUTY AND THE BEAST" A CLEVER MUSICAL SPECIALTY ACT. ONETTA STORTS LINK In "Comedy From this Book of Life." atortu anil Link. comwly from the book v! iife, will round out tha bill. Tha will be topped by Conutanrv lllnuey In "n Eaat." a Aim veraton of the dollfhtful comedy that raa on Broadway for fourteen consec- utive and Jimmy Aubrny In and tih latest comeily, will comphito the show. PHOENIX "The Picture HOUM of Quality" FRIDAY-SATURDAY Entire Chungs of DOROTHY DALTON IN "Guilly of Love" From the Story "THIS MAN" Avery Hopwood. Fate formed her to men, and the did her work to perfection 1 ADDED ATTRACTIONS Sunshine comedy, "THE GREAT NICKLE ROBBERY" and FOX NEWS. 40c and 10c; Mats., 25e and 10o. EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow SPECIAL KIDDIES' MATINEE SATURDAY MARY PICKFORD IN Her new bringing From the Charles Frohman production, 'Op 0' Me Thumb." By Frederick Fcnn and Richard Pryce. Directed by Jack Dillon. Photographed by Chat, Roshcr. It (3 unusually sweat and charming, wholesome, fresh, and refreshingly natural. ADOED ATTRACTIONS COMEDY AND SCENIC AND EMPRESS MUSIC hipocial Children's Pick- ford Matlmj'o tomorrow.....DC Tht Picture gf Quality" ;