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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta : *agb: eight THE I,ETHRRTnr-F DATl.V HERATJO SAtURDAY, JANUARY 22. 1921 PROVEINI OUflR AFFAIRS N ALIA.; BOYLE So He Tells Hon. W. E. Kancy -Holds (Conference in Toronto � ? > : ? > > : ? > > > ? ? � ? thunder bay is ? still PBBE of ice TORONTO, .Tail. 22.-Hon. J. H. Doyle, attorney-genoral of Alliorta, conferred today with Hon. W. K, Rauey, Ontario attoniey-Roiir>ral, regarding the operation of the provincial Bystom in Albnrt;!. It Is underatoofl from ilia west-em minister that since the adoption of the new system in the west there hiid been considerable improvement in tho enforcement of tmperance legiolatlon. POUT ARTHUll, Jan. U2.- Tho tug Slralhmorn made a ? trip to Silver Inlet. :;n milps day. Usually these winter > passengers go over the ice, ? hut this season finds Thunder ? Bay stin practically tree o[ ico .> .> ^ ^ .> ? ? ? ? ? promises that Mr. Kerpuson may have niiidc," said Mr. r?owmiui today. FORT NORMAN OIL. MUST BE PIPED TO THE PACIFIC COAST An event of more than oniinury Interest in local tlieatrical circles will be the prcsontalionK at the Colonial Theatre on Monday, Tuesday and M'edne:!dity of Maurice Tournour'.i latest grent proed practically tho entire distance, he declared, for the. railway ptoblem is such that I bringing oil out thro\igl\ Kdmonton ' wonid he c poor inve^'tmunt. It must be brought to tho Pacific coast as economically as possible and shipped i "stingy'in the matter of lavishing to the markets of the world. 1 ,,o,ej, her supporting cast and !u Mr. Askew'a oi)inion more oil will ; gg^^ he found in the Great -Slavo Lake dio- '" trict than at Fort Norman. A sample of tho oil which he brought, back with him contained more than sixty per cent, gasoline. Mary Pickford Presents Great diaracterization At t!ie Empress tonight for the last time "Suds" mighv well ho called "The Tale of a Shirt." Mary Pickford scores a big success in her latest picture at the Empress. Rather should "Suds" bo crowned tho "Queen of Photoplays." The character of "Suds" is entirely different from ally character ever presented by any artist on the scrocii, and tho concensus of opinion is that only Mary Pic!;ford coiYld have done this characterization. Tho entire play is one of tho moat onjoyublo eiilertainiuents ever offered i to llic local public, and Miss Pick-iford. now that I'hc is producing independently, has shown tliat she ia ence by their laughable flfforta to koop thiiy turnlBh lots of fun for tho audi-up with society's latest fftds and foibles, suoW as "ftfrinlties" and tho Hire. In tho etk4 thej- decide that It's better to bo b&Vtps than to ho fashlouAblo. "PARTNERS OF THE NIGHT" BRINGS VIVID NEW YORK , ^ NIGHT.LIFE TO SCREEN DISCUSSES FRIENDSHIP WITH UNITED STATES The picture will play at the Empress for the last time today. "DRINKERS OF SUNSHINE" ON VERGE OF FAMINE lX>NDON, Jan. 19.-In an editorial Ixsaring on the tjuostion "Friendshii) with America" the Morning Post points out that the majority of the controversial subjects mentioned as  coming up for discussion between Mr. lAoyd George and Sir Auckland Geddes, British ambassador at Washington, who is visiting Ix)ndon. are subjects concerning irads. These questions, says the newspaper, are capable of being threshed out and settled in private discussions. "On the issues which transcend business and politics," the Post con-tinnoSj "we see an overwhelming desire by both the people of the United States and Britain to reach a complete uwlerstanding. It would, indeed, be a barren victory if the co-1 operation of Great Britain and tho \ United States in arms were to be followed by estrangement or veiled hostility. Fortunately all signs point to the development of cordial comradeship, despite the somewhat formidable list of problems confronting the countries and the malignant efforts of certain people to use that list for the ignoble purposes of division and strife." "LET'S BE FASHIONABLE" Cabaret tastes and a hinch-counter income don't go well together as Doug-his MacLean and Doris May discover Bo Fashionable." which will be tho in their latest screen comedy, "Let's feature at the Empress theatre next Monday. But befotc they are dlsUlUBloned, Loroy Scott has written a new kind of detective atorj- that Cho.rloa S. WhltUKeh the celebrated scenarist, has dramatized as � photoplay tot Eminent Authors Pictures. A xiow klitd of sleuth' figures In "Partners � the Night." And there is (\nly one \iXia. in tho plot. In fact a certain q'liclsr brand of cigars plays a more important role than klsaeS usually do. The stpry begins at sea on an Atlantic liner coming into port and* the plot Is well under way when New York Is reached. In New ITork tho sky Is the.limit, and gambling flguros In thiB story, inhere'is a bank and a gambling den ai^d police headquarters where an especially line type of police commissioner ;l8 in charge. Under hitn Is a crook wjho tries to queor tho horo and frame up tlft? chief. Meanwhile the young detective Clifford follows the trail of a woinan and two men. Is he In love with a thief? Ho doesn't kpow. That night In tho opart-meut houAo with the three.motor cars \v�Ulng outside was full of com'pllca-tldn'B. The big moniont8 tollow fasf. Sympathy increases where you would lease export it. Things begin to look bad for Clifford. Tho framo-up of tho crpftk at headquarters loses Clifford iils Job. Another frame-up Is planted for tho commlssionor. Odly a crook can nave him and save CUttorC But how? Arid would you hftfo married tho girl? An&wor for yoursolt at the Phoonix theatre, when "Partuors of tho Night" XyUl be the feature picture, beginning Wonday. gentlematt of six should plant a nalvo kiss, upon tho cheek of a small damsel of four. . Tho kiss was tar^from being nalve~H was tiatronlzlng. It had I to be done over again several times. When at last It was satistaotorlly^ ac-coi*npHshod, the young man In thB^ case was hedrd ,to. xomark to pi\ clt^lntj'j Inamorata: .' ; , "Well, maybo when you get as old. B9 I ant, yoMl b.eCalile i& do it a Uttlo hotter." 'v; . , _ Th6 Way^i^BJV'.'.Waa luattfllbla, but,' judging'irlrm'thB'startled look that leaped into the , Mouthful Lothario's eyes, It was not, ladklng In tobasco. "THE .�REAt RibEKMER" JUVENILE LOVERS --/ Appear With Dorothy Dalton "Guilty of Love" at the Phoenix Tonight In ? A'ftotablB teature Of \ho presentation ol the photoplB,y "The Oreat Redeemer" at the Golontat Theatre starting on Monday, will be the special vocal, aiccompanltn^^tti .wblob will be aungiljy the tt^nous -Peerlegs MiUe Quartette. The experience of 6eelhK what might be trmed "ft grand op*ra rtit)Tie"*wlth the humail volon In syn-chronisatlon to the ftllont flguren oti the scraaii will be novel. Some line etage settings and lighting oSects win also' be introduced during the screening. . Director Harley Knolbs arranged a very difficult love scene during tho | filming of "QuUty of ,Love," the new > Dorothy Dalton picture. Tho chief' difficulty lay In the fact that the chief | parties concerned were Indifferent to i anything but the Ice cream which awaited them at the conclusion of tho flrfene. Director Knoles was giving a children's party (for picture purpose) ana required that a blase young ALGIERS, Deo. :;i.-(By Mall).- "The Drinkers of Sunshine," as the Arab shepherds call themselves in their own language are on the verge of starvation throughout Algeria and nnle^ wheat is imported from America may have, nothing but sunshine as a steady diet during the winter. The threatening famine in Algeria is the result of a long drought. No rain has fallen for a year. This has proved a calamity for the Arab shepherds, nomads living prac tically by their ^ Hocks. Seventy-five i)er cent, of the sheap in Algeria have died as a result of the drought and the Arab "DrinUers of Sunshine dreamers and piiilosophers, incapable of any work but that of guarding their flocks are in dire straitt!. Governor-General Abel of Algeria, has left for ParjiS. to ask the government to arrani,"' for the importation of wheat from .America or Argentine to tide the people over the crisis. FORMER EMPRESS OF MEXICO IS BETTER BRUSSELS, Jan. 22.-Princess Charlotte of Belgium, former empress of Mexico, who has been seriously ill of the grippe, was greatly improved in health today and was believed to be out of Immediate danger. BARBER SUICIDED QUEBEC, Jan. 22.-Jean Beaulieu. as, a barber, committed suicide at his home here yesterday. Beaulieu ended his life by shooting himself through tho head With a revolver. A widow and two children survive. LOOTING STORES IN INDIA FIGHT CO-OPERATIIVE SCHEME LONDON, Jan. 2J.-A .serious outbreak, invoTv'ing the looting of country n)arkets, has occurred in the Muzuf-ferpur district, British India, it was .officially announcec, l'.il'.<, by Howard Ferguson, then minister of lands, forests and mint's. "So far as I know no as.surancps were ever given to the company tliat this Kovernmeni would im|)lement any flAIVWAY EMPLOYEES APPLY FOR ORDER RESTRAINING REVOKING OF CHARTER OTqrA'V\''A, Jan. 22.--Adjouruinont for one week was taken this niorninn in the weekly high court of Ontario on an application of ihu llrotherhodd of Railway .Employees for an order to restrain the trades iiml labor congress of Canada from revoking Us charter. Harold Fisher, acting for the brotherhood, asked for the i)ost-ponemenl to permit the e.iununalion "tor discovery" of Tom Moore, prosi-^tfent of the trades uud labor cougresB. COLONIAL Tonight (Saturday) Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville DU BARRY and DU~PREEZE ii-UrrOt aCOTTVj l;.ii-!M.;ra or "ll...- ;i;ht .\\\ Eminent Authors proiUirlinn. A romance teeming with a hundred thrills. A woman's soul at war with her environment. TONIGHT A SHOW THAT WILL SET THE WHOLE TOWN AGOG. STARTING MONDAY Matinee daily at 2.30 p.m. Nights-1st show at 7 p.m.; 2nd show at 9 p.m. THE SUPER SPECIAL The Great MAURICE TOURNEUR Production I KLARK AND EGAN ONETTA STORTS AND LINK Extra Special Feature Photoplay CONSTANCE BINNEY In �39 EAST" Added Comedy Feature JIMMY AUBREY in "PALS AND PUGS" A po&itivc cyclone lof l.iughG. IN , Here's a drama oo real, so close to life, that it Is certain to please. Also showing for the last time the big Sunshine cismcdy, "THE GREAT NICKLE R0BE3ERY." WITH HOUSE PETERS AND A NOTABLE SUPPORTING CAST. From the pen of H. H. VAN LOAN, creator of innumerable successes for the screen. I ON THE WALL OF DAN MAL-LOY'S CELL was SOMETHING that filled with wonder even the hardened jailers and finally brought Dan Malloy his freedom. WHAT WAS,IT 7 You can find out by seeing the play. THE HAND OF DESTINY ' ON THE WALL OF DAN MAL-LOY'S CELL was SOMETHING that brought hope to the doomed murderer across the tier-that stilled the curses on his lips as he Vi^alked, unafraid; to the vyaltlng gallows. THE PEERLESS MALE QUARTETTE will sing their famous vocal accompaniment to the photodrama during it's screening. PRESENTED WITH A SPECIAL SCENIC PROLOGUE AND'NOVEL LIGHTING EFFECTS. SPLENDID ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT IN HARMONY WITH THE DIGNITY OF THE PRODUCTION. IN ADDITION BIG STAKES Another of the stirring R. N. W. M. P. tales of the North Woods. . ' SPECIAL COMEDY EVENT THE ALL-STAR CENTURY COMEDIANS IN THEIR SCREAMINGLY FUNNY COMEDY, "UNCLE TOM'S CABOOSE" A -sensationally funny burlesque on "Uncle Tom's Cabin." PRICES-ADULTS, 50c; CHILDREN, 10c. 81 ;