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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY FRIDAY, JANUAlt! mt fU EIECINS Smote Strength! But Labor May Hold Hal- aace of Fewer LONDON, Jan. AB- special cible to the Canadian Associated Press from Johannesburg saya that the elections .In South -Africa pare growing more 'fierce and that tho iaeun appears TOO MUCH STRETCH OF HIS IMAGINATION Londoner Subscrip- tion to a Toronto Morn- ing tho (ThurcU letter formerly hoad Saints doubtful. Despite the slatoaants of in Canada, and lattr fecBder of an In- General teat hn i., m-euncl dependent wot, who died m Toronto to allow the question of secession to rest In abeyance for live years if he is to power. It is apparent- that thu rank and file of the Nation ist party regard severance of tho i: connection as tho only iMu in tho contest and in event of Hert-' ZOK being elected H is believed majority would force their loader's hands. The fusion ol' the Unionist with the South African party has given j Premier Smuts much additional! in the towns 'where the Jua. IS. iiFROZENBEEF MTougin m me towns wuere toe can- _, n.. 0 _, didates of tie South Atritan party are Irom Ottawa hays fcggs in Storage Num- erous I OPPOMQ by labor The labor party is admittedly strong and probably will secure many votes from tJuteh-speakics miners iu constitu- encies whero no Nationalist OTTAWA Jan. Dominion u ,-0- t, iah of "atlstlc6 gMds v in iM'1! storage or in process ot cure Milnnent merauers to hola the m Jaulury j 1921 Bnnouuces that the 'ialaiK-0 of power netwoen the two beef stocks are of who frozen: pounds of fresh inn Tliey will monl, ut.MiiB, but shows u decrease of fifty tioi-ahsts of Smuts' coalition on econ- per ceut from Ust vear. fresll un. 03-.I5 issues. CMdSOates of the South ifolm decreased 69.2 per cent, from -U.-ic.-iE party declare that unless Cen- December and 29 per cent, from Jan- the province. niLES HINTER OF GREEN GABLES ordinary "hired girls" ?50 or a month for general housework will be interested to learn that Spanish do- mestics are forming a labor organiza- tion to enforce a demand for an in- crease that will bring their wages up to the equivalent of or even ?10 a month. Cooks, parlormaids, kitchenmaids. cwefnurses; and general help, have lin- Hed in a movement -not only" for high- er wages, but an eight-hour rtnv. may look ridiculous in America but it is serious business for tUe Span- iards. They are accustomed to paying their hired girls the equivalent norm- ally of about "J4 a mouth and requir- ing them to be on duty from early in the morning to late at night, or even until 1 o'clock, the following morning. The servant girls ot Spain usually are allowed a.half day off each month; The eight-hour day proposal hits tho householder hardest. One newspaper satirically asks: "How will baby get on if the wet nurse declines to per- form her duties for mpre than Alght hours a Isaac Ststcher, itis chauffeur, claim to attractions, the show at the Co-j have Canadian passports by means of toljay and Saturday which they escaped from the United wj" I States and reaches .Germany by way of England and IfcUunti, says a dis- patch-from Baden, today. Carl Neat and Frank Zimmer, the al- leged United States detectives who at- tempted to kidnap the two men, are still in custody. Reports received by United States department of justice agents in Phila- delphia said Bergdoll had secured last May the service button and discharge papers of an American man in Winnipeg and got a passport out ol Canada. Fay, Healy, and Anderson, a trio of acrobatic marvels; Bob Cloepfil, the jaiifiend; Corlnne and Olive, in singi ing and dancing; and Williard Hutch- ison 'With Miss Billie Stewart and Co. in "Dropping a a clever com-, edy sketch, will all out the "Hip" vaudeville bill. Mary Miles Mlnter, the dainty star, will be seen In a splendid dim adapta- tion of L. M. Montgomery's famous story, "Anne of Green with NO BACK TALK IN THIS HOUSE OMAHA, Mo., Jan. Not a word wai audible when John O'Connor of i Elaine, Neb., and Miss Susan Seivert, of Omaha, both deaf mutes, were mar- ried here. The officiating priest, Kev. Jos. M. Kroeger, a professor at Creighton University, used the sign language in performing the ceremony. LANDLORDS OBJECT TO CHILDREN IN HOUSES HALIFAX, K S., Jan. resolu- tion condemning thu practice of land- lords and real estate agents lnxrefQs- ing to rent houses to married men with families and the rights of landlords to discriiiiuaro in renting their houses against people with children, was passed this morn- ing at a session of the independent labor party convention. r. o AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE TODAY AND SATURDAY, H Tfl TUB Al n. _ _ IN GRANT HALL WILL BE IN ALBERTA; NOW IN WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Jan. Hall, first vlca-presldent of the C.P.R. arrived In Winnipeg late Thursday night. Inspoc- lion of western lines of the company is the object of his TiilL His lour, will extend to Vanrouven, TO FIRST OF WEEK That several Important changes will be' made immediately in the Colonial Theatre program policies is I the announcement made today by i Manager Len S. Brown who has just i returned from attending a theatre convention at Calgary this week. Iu connection with the Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville dates, Mr. Brown stated that the circuit is growing stronger every week in Canada, and he is now able to restore the vaude- ville to its original playing dates, viz: Monday and Tuesday of every week. This change will go- into effect with the new show which plays at tho Colonial on next Monday and Tues- day. A-good vaudeville bill is on tab for the Colonial today and Saturday, which will be followed with another, entirely new bill on Monday and Tues- day, full particulars of which will be announced in Saturday's paper. Wednesdays and Thursdays will he made special feature photoplay days In future. Whilst in Calerary Mr. Brown contracted for exclusive show- ings at the Colonial during the sea- son of a number of the outstanding productions of the industry. Friday nights starting with next week will be Country Store Vodvll nights, and Saturday nights will be devoted exclnsiTely to special feature photoplays. Many new and notel prolofno will shortly be introduced at the KING'S THEATRE (Late Phoenix) "The Picture of Quality" FRIDAY AND SAT. WM. FOX PRESENTS EILEEN PERCY IN HER HONOR THE MAYOR" A Sparkling Comedy of Love and Politics. Kin Eltoen Percy's beauty hat won the nation's leidinfj ADDED. ATTRACTIONS Tht llg Sunshlra Corrwriy, "The Merry J.il Birdi" A rtot of PrlMnen and And FOX NEWS. 4fll and 10c. Sat. Children, .Be. EMPRESS HERE TOMORROW IN "ONEOFTHE BLOOD" Special Children's Matinee............ 5c Positively Tonight for the Last Time An exquisite pifcture, tender, memory-haunting, and deeply appealing to all hearts that hold the faintest spark of love's pas- sion. DORIS KEANE In Edward Sheldon's celebrated play, "ROMANCE" ALSO HAROLD LLOYD IN "Number Please" It's a real howler. HERE MONDAY Tha Great Mystery Play, The White nek to picture rVU to pluya and booki, thtt rsrtlv. prim for thorn. It raconl tktntora, that.' tha Roilart PicUfw CorpomtUMi claims In acatilrbw motion Hu- rights to (oar fund "Aunt" by L. M. Tbuo, popular novels, which' ukauted. millions running ovtr coplm, according to the comprise1. "Anna of ot Ayonleii." "Anne of "Chronicles of four books have btM woven into K beautl- ful photoplay, of Ormn In which the Raalirt company has starred Mini Mary Milel Mlntev. The picture now playing at tho> Colonial Theatre, and has proven one of moat popular Been this season and will ho nhirirn In ad- dition to H flue Hip vaudevilljprofram. YOUR REASON tlttt tlMM M Scoffs Emulsion Afraid bat Scott't EmaUom f% Ukw in time, RMp tM