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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Rir.irr THE MONDAY. JANUARY M. 19M NOnSALL AND THE WOOD'S FULL OF 'EM of Protest Over Order Pro- Ubitir.g F'iclunw in On Sundays -Tan. >vavo of protests 1ms boon launched Rgaiuat the order nf Hon. Edward Brown, provincial treasurer, in prohibiting the showing of uny Jilms or lantern slides in, theatres Sunday. Protests wore made :it tvo largely attended meetings in downtown theaires yesterday. Today Premier Norris annoimo ed that no order-In-tonnci! lias hcoa pasmxl by the provincial jrofornment placing restrictions ou Sunday amusements. Skating, Sunday concerts and all forms oC amusements will continue as far a? the provincial government is concerned. T, A. ReviugUm, provincial sup- erintendent of amusements, said today that his oivier.? were to re- jusa .permits to open theatres on Sundays unless the restriction Im- posed compile tl with. The pro-. treasurer was out of the today. MONTREAL CITY GIVES WORK TO :eo MEN EVEKY TWO DAYS .MOXTKEAU morn- ing men rpptied 10 the city roads yuperintcmleni for work. la all cast- rs il provided. hut Uie men are only allowed to work rvvt) days, when thev must take fhc next two days uif. This enables tup. city 10 employ twice an many men. ice harvestfojr has now started and this industry employs between 700 anil 1000. Joseph Ainey, superintendent of the provincial employment bureau, stat- ed tlii.; morning that the high mark of unemployment was passed'nvo weeks [INDIAN PRINCESS I "TIM3S HER j PRESENTS WATCHES Hearing in Application to Un- seat Mayor Set For Friday, GENEVA. Dec. J Begum (princess) of. Bhopal, India J who bought silver watches id take back to her.people in the cen- tral Indian state when sho visited 'Switzerland in 1911, has Just sent for another lot timepieces. SHe wants her subjects to bo punctual aud not rely on the sun for the-time of day. j The Bebuufe. or Mohammedan Prin- cess of Bhopal. probably Is the only j female ruler of a state in India- and Scheme of Emigration Will Be Policy of the Future Dec. The British gofernment is beginning to put into effect its plan to keep Smoke Your favorite tmoln EDMONTON, Jan. pro- ceedings on the application to unseat j Mayor D.. M. DugBau took a new 1 course this morning the name of ex-Mayor Joseph Andrew Clarke was introduced by E. B. Williams from J the law office of George Massie with, a request that the name of the de- feated candidate at the recent elec- tions be added as substitute or alter- native relator in case J. McKay Dick- son should see fit to drop the actio.n. Mr. Justice Scott, sitting In the chambers, refused the application, taking the stand that Mr. Williams had failed to sliow sufficient grounds tor his request and tentatively set the date for the hearing of evidence for Friday, January 28. His lordship considered Jt very doubtful that it would bo possible to Jroceefl with the case Friday. There are six cases on the list ready for trial this week unless these are cleaned off before Friday, the bribery and application to unseat must necessarily go over until next week. is also called sultan. The throne of j within boundaries of the British Ern- j Ehopal has descended in a female line pire the emigrants from England, for more than 75 years and many of the begums have displayed modern tendencies in looking after the wel- Scotland, Wales, and Ireland who want to eeek new homes in distant parts of the world. This empire settlement scheme has been hold in abeyance since the war Central India and its capital, the city o? Bhopal, has about popula- tion. fare of their subjects, who number The Sultan Jahan Begum, i succeeded to the throne in 1901. j because there were so many soldiers Bhopal is the principal province ofjto be repatriated; but the first large party comprising emigrants has Just left JOT Australia. This party ia under government direction and the emigrant! received a certain amount ot government assistance. Sir James Connelly, agent here for Western Australia, announces that for the next two years emigrants will be sent to Australia each month, their passage being paid by the gov- ernment. 'AUSTRIAN SECTION SAYS SOLUTION OF FINANCIAL QUESTION IMPOSSIBLE ARE YOU WISE TO OUR WELDING 1 itij you kiuv.v oi its iu saving your cylinders, pistons, shafts, jears. am! other steel anil iron yarts of your car? You can avoid tlie outlay for many parts if you use our welding on brokou parts. It restores the break ami Ibe mechunJsm well. Car frames a spe- cialty. LAWFORD WELDING CO, Opposite Lethbridge Hotel. i PARIS. Jan. Austrian question may he taken up by the al- licj premiers at their coming meeting it_was learned today. If. Mr. Lloyd George, the British, premier, does not find himself obliged to return to London after the pressing questions of German reparations, German dis- armment and the situation in the Near j East are connidered, the reports made I by the members of tho Austrian sec- i tion of the reparations commission to the effect that it is impossible for the commission to make any headway to- ward a solntion of the critical finan- cial situation, will he Considered by the premiers. VICTORIAN AND CORSICAN DOCK -T. JOHN, Jan. C. O. P. S. liner Victorian from Liverpool docked hero this morning with passengers anil mails. The Victorian will go to Antwerp on her next eastbound passage instead THK KNITTING CRAZE HITS VIENNA; FREE AMERICAN WOOL CAUSE ally ai It rolatea to Central ant South VTHNNA, Dw. VlenMa just DOW there il ai great a ctue (or knittinj them waa In Gotland during the war. This re- vival ii due to Major Batfmin. the American Ked Crow commlMloner, bvcaune It WM cheaper for America to furnish wool than to furnish gar- ments for the people ot Austria, tie organiied u band of "Volunteer Knit- ters" whoso number has now grown to women and children. The yarn with wkich they >work ia furnished freo and the finished gar- ments, most of which are for the smallest children, are distributed through American organizations. Austrian women Invented the so- called "continental" method of knit- ting, which is said to be faster than any other and involves fewer mc- tions, the familiar click of the needles, for instance, being entirely absent. They claim to be the best knitters in the world and have already turned out thousands of garments, using up the wool faster than it can be sup- plied. Douglas Maclean And Doris May in Let's Be Fashion- BREEZY PARAMOUNT ART- CRAFT COMEDY OF YOUNG MARRIED LIFE. LOWERING COST OF PRODUCTION the cost of production should bo the aim of every producer, more at the present time than ever said A. E. Archi- bald, of Ottawa, director of experi- mental farms in the federal depart- ment agriculture, in a recent ad- drees to dairymen assembled here. "It; means a lowered cost of he continued, "and at the same time a larger margin of profit for the produc- er." The cost could be lowered by more intelligent, more systematic and more business-like methods, Mr. Arch-' ibald asserted. AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT Those delightful young persons, Douslaa MacLean and Doris May, are at the Empress theatre today and to- morrow In their latest comedy bomb- shell, Foshlvnable.v They keep up .the name- rapid, joyful pace that they in "Twenty Three and a Half Hours' Leave." No movie goer could ask more. This time the pair are a couple of newly-weda. who take up residence in a modot bungalow in an uHru-Iash- iocable summer reaort. Their efforts to ftbnaat ot society's fast whirl retulU IB a hoit of laughable compli- cattona. Finally they decide that it is more important to tie happy than to lie fashionable. i Also a Christie comedy, "Going, Going, Latest Topics of the Paramount Magazine, und Felix Cartoon. HOdllctlon. Oddwyn kit mrroniiM rtau u Hari Mo with rach ceitbrltlM at actinj u BaUMtt Wm, a Davidson, Wllllan Marld K. Utjanol, Vtaout Cofcraan, who play lecdloc roto. hiti of ckaraotcr acting te b> Lew O'Connor, Ed. JlosJder aid WrlikL "THE GREAT nCOtlMEN- AT THE COLONIAL TOMIOH1 LethbrliUo ham an ceptlonully fine treat la store tar then at the Colonial Theatre tonight, iu< until Wwjuesdty alfct, want Manrir< masterpiece, Greai will be Krou the jwn of II. 11. Van Loan tke well known author, "The is a story that carries) a ol enlistment to all who see It. In connection with 'the showing! Manager Leu Brown il making a clal effort to lift production abov< the ordinary clan, with th< introduction of the Quartette singing a fine rocal ao compaulnHut to the play, and wit) a special bceulc and light ing effects during the screening. PUSH LABOR MOVEMENT .IN CENTRAL AMERICA MEXICO CITY, Jan. the Pan-American Federation of La- j bor officially closed Jts sessions last night conferences were held today in i the quarters occupied by the United States delegatiou, which did not leave' as was planned, owing to a change In the steamship arrangements. Samuel Gompers met virtually all the delegates and discussed the labor needs peculiar to several countries and elaborated on the extensive trade union campaign which the Pan-Amer- icans have voted to undertake iu Cen- tral America. Mr. Gompers said he believed the most transcendant thing accomplish- ed was the adoption of the resolution proposed by the United States delega- tion, dealing with the broad aspects of the trade union movement, especl- PARTNERS OF THE NIGHT AT THE PHOENIX TONIGHT Motion picture producers have long tried to buy tke screen rights of Leroy Scott's no-sift-.-tat- he has held back until the Eminent Authors company gave uim-the soopo to produce "Part- ners pf.the according to his own high standards ot story telling art. The result Is .a photo-drama which steps along-" at a very lively pace. Only one policeman in Leroy Scott's picture is a croot. Mr. Scott believes that the police perform a very impor- tant function in American lite and that their Job is to save human lives by preventing meii and women from be- coming criminals. Leroy Scott is a social dramatist TV'ith a conscience and a clever way of clinching everjt situation so as to win the sympathy of h'is audience for his characters. Ton will livo with them through tlie unfolding of "Partners of the Night" at the Phoenix Theatre, beginning tonight. In the cast of this Eminent Authors of Liverpool and will go into drydock j The government has openly express- for Her next trip to St. John ed its disfavor toward schemes for is uS- expected to tw until me middle of April. The Coraican rhich arrived yester- day from Liverpool and Havre brought 501 passengers, 725 tons of cargo and mails. CONCILIATION BOARD FOR EXPRESS EMPLOYEES HAS BEEN APPOINTED OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian board of conciliation has i been uamed in the matter of adjust- i ment of .wage schedules between the Canadian Express company and its emigration from the British Mes to South American countries. In conse- quence, a campaign by Peru to in- duce English and Scotch to come there has been abandoned after hundreds of them had accepted offers for free transportation to that1 country. PASSES BIG DERELICT I employees. IT. B. Gillen of Toronto Tl in j will be chairman of the board, and F.im latitude 47.90, longitude 40. I H. McGuigan will represent the com- pany, and J. T. Gunn, the employees. RESTRICTS MICHIGAN BOARD FROM LOWERING RAILWAY RATES DETROIT, 'Jan. Michigan public utilities commission was per- manently restrained by the federal i court here today from reducing rail- NEW YORK, Jan. road passenger rates from 3 to 2% imperialism" was STAKING NEW CLAIMS TRY THIS JAM The strartvberriea used in Quaker Brand Jam come from one of the fin- eat 'fruit districts in the They are picked while tue berries arc at their best "tiud preserved the ssnic day. This is way QUAKER BRAND STRAWBERRY JAM lias such a delightful fresh truit flavor. DOMINION CANNERS B. C LTD. HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER, i. C. cents a mile within the state. The order waa issued on application of I'j Michigan roads. MANGANESE STEEL INVENTOR AWARDED FRITZ MEDAL NEW YORK, Jan. Sir Robert PORTLAND, Maine., Jan. Norwegian steamer Ottawa which arrived Saturday night from England, reported having passed a; seven thousand ton derelict steamer i TheyJ were unable to determine her name and said there were no signs il lite' on board. He expressed the opinion that the steamer was either ot Spanish or Italian registry. DR. FREDERICK C. HOWE LASHES "IMPERIALISM' lashed by Dr. Frederick C. Howe, chairman of the so-called impartial "Committee of One Hundred investi- gating the Irish question" last night at the community forum of the commun- ity church of New York. The chairman of the impartial com- 1 CLINTON. B. than one hundred claims have recently been staked in the Clinton and Llllooet dis- jtrict along tho Cariboo road iu the __ ___________ (direction of Scotty Creek. Assays, it and leader of the British steel iudust-, Sinn Fejn administration of Ireland j is stated, show a high percentage of i ry, has been awarded the John Fritz gold. A large body of hemetite ore j gold medal for notable scientijic and carrying gold values has been locat-1 industrial achievement, it was an- ed about fifteen miles from here. EMPRESS TONIGHT and TOMORROW NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. It wai dawn! The merry party had ended hoars before. But hubby, wreck In torn clothes covered with overalls, had just sneaked back from teeing a pretty woman home 11 Slowly, surely, his well-planned explanation waa wearing down Wife't wrath happened! If It's laughter you're Bo A THOMAS H. INCE PRO- DUCTION. DOUGLAS MACLEAN AND DORIS IN- Chrlttie lereairt, "Going, Going, Latest Toplu of the Day, Paramount Magazine, and a Felix Cartoon. The biggeit show In town for the money. Watch for definite date on Doug. Fairbanks COLONIAL TONIGHT A SHOW THAT WILL SET THE WHOLE TOWN AGOG, dally at 2.JO p.m. lit 7 p.m.; 2n< fthow at 9 p.m. Tarnr up Hi. Huull SEE THE SUPER' SPEGf Af Hadiield, inventor of manganese steel! mittee, in his discussion, praised the Sinn Fein administration of Ireland anil denied the Irish question was a PROFITS FROM GRAPES I nounced here today by the John Fritz i medal board, representing five lead- iug United States engineering societ- les. HAMILTON. Grapes valued ut! Manganese was first invented by Sir about were sold last season Robert in 1803, but it did not become by the Niagara District Grape Growers generally known until the war do- 1 Limited, and the net profits thereon manded a formula for toughening totalled of which was steel. Manganese steel is non-magnetic disbursed to members of the associa- j and millions of helmets made of this tion at Stony Creek. The bulk of last i material were worn during the war season's crop was sold in the United j by British, United States and Uelgian States at 184.10 a ton net. I soldiers. religious one. WAS WELL KNOWN PRESS CORRESPONDENT who since 1908 filled the important position of secretary of Imperial and Foreign correspondence, has been superan- nuated at his own request.' At tho time of his appointment Mr. Macken- zie was the doyen of the parliamen- tary press gallery and probably the best knowa press correspondent in the cajifal. SCKNE FROM "THE GREAT AT THB OW-OMAL TONIGHT, KING'S THEATRE (LATE PHOENIX) MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY SAMUEL GOLDWYN AND REX BEACH PRESENT LEROY SCOTT'S FAMOUS STORY, "PARTNERS OF THE NIGHT An Ejilnent Authors Production. D See the whirl- Ing night life of New great gambling See the magni- ficent ball at the cf The picture hpuse seats 36S will want to nee of the Night." Patrons are kindly advised to attend matinees If possible. Shawn at 7 and 9.30. Matinees 2 till 6. Added MUTT AND JEFF, and BRITISH CANADIAN PATHE NEWS. 40c; Children ICc. REDEEMER A MAURICE TOURNEUR House Peters A KOTEWORTHY CAST fit a CompcU'mqScnaiMaiitr- fiece LOAN Directed bj? Clarence BrovJn unoer Mr. Toumeur's per- sonal aiperviskm ON THE WALL OF DAN MALLOVS CELL was SOMETHING'that filled with won der even the hardened -jailers am finally 'brought Dan Mai ley him free dom. WHAT WAS IT? You can find out by Mtfrifl tht play ON THE WALL OF DAK MALLOY'S CELL waa SOMETHING that brought to the doomed murderer acrosa thi stUlett the curiee on hit Hpt as he walked, unafraid, to the waiting THE PEERLESS MALI QUARTETTE will their famous vocal accom- paniment to photodranu during its screening. Preiented with a special pro legue and novel lighting Splendid {orchestral accompaniment in harmony with tho dignity of production. IN ADDITION "BIG STAKES" Another of the atirring R. N. W. M. P. tales of the North Woodt. SPECIAL COMEDY EVENT The all-etar Century Comedian! in their screamingly funny comedy, "UNCLE TOM'S CABOOSE" A sensationally funny burlesque on "Uncle Tpm's 50e: Children 10c. ;