Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATOIIDA.'Y, TOM 21, TJIK MlTHimiDGlfi DAILY HERALD FIVE UQDt Winnipeg, Calgary enii put'offices lo replace slrlkefa. NOB! ol Uift oicu Utaii on. Mr. Cow- en said, returned loldlers. It was nol possible. It the publ'c servtca vrore to Ija carried on, that ilie men tliould It? acted to-lako the tr dliiary ox MU 1 n r. I1 on. There w> tliuo tor it. Tho object of the WEB lo aulhorlia tie clrll ooinmlsBton to appoint tie men who bid bean taken on. temporarily, provided tho uofit- v master cortllied they were evident. Mr. Cahlll. K.U.: "Does It apply lo future Mr. Howe 11 x "H applies to any may have.been taken on In Ihrco IJoetoHlcea in -May The house vent, Into comtuitl.ee on i resolution to provide Tor Salaries for (he chairman nod members of ths purchasing committee. The bill pro- viding for tho constitution ot tbis com- mission Is now before the house anil stipulates that the number of Ihe COID mlfisloncrc shall not be more Ihnii Ihroc. Tbo resolution before the tom- mons provides for per annum for Iho chairmen ami JO.OOO each [or, the olhcr memlicrs ol Ihe commission. II. Morphy the civil PArnlng JSOO'a year were scaul consideration., lie lliaL the cahrjr ol the chairman ol the commis- sion bo placed at and (he other inombers at I5.00Q earn. Mr, Rowell paid thai IIG could not stale just what increases ivcro provided for small Bai- rn by IbD civil service re-clas- ieclnrcd. Sir Herbert oLJcctcJ to what tie described as the aspersions cast ty leader of the opposition upon men who had given their tcrrlccs to the eeutrr during i'ie iicrlad ot Mr. VcKMtit tULwl heatedly lliat Arttne U of the ot men to he hU referred. Perhaps, te Mid, tfca caenbor for St. Autolna would like (o p'ul himself In that crass flpii ilrop hli liDlfhtbood. He suggest cd that SlrtHcrbcit should pn (o the olflcc of Henri Bouraaaa ami what he thluks of his (Sir Herbert's) honoaty In regard to Ihe handling of bile aioney. Derore Sir Herbert Ames spoke, Mr. F. NicMe's IJill given Second Reading Catholic Mem- bers Are Opposed OTTAWA. June s'ronf prob- ability i.'iat divorce courts will established in Cana-lu was lot In the commons today, when, with tie xpproral o( sir Bobert Hordc-D, W. F. relating to dUorce vraj fciven. second reading, This stage was not reacircd ivllli- out a light. A. K. FrJpp, of Ottawa, seconded by Mr. -Melsaac, moved the six hoist for (he bill. Mr, frlpp's amendment was down on a d'.vlfclon ol 3> to fiS against. Tho measure vas considered' In commit- Dial It will get ttoivell had suggested-thai It It and it Is the desire of Iho committee lo further'a third reading this dlscujB Ihlg mailer he ivould ask thai! Is some tfoubl eiprcsseil as to Ike It stand over because llic're were a'bill securing the approvn] of Hie EEH- numbcr of olhcr important Items of ete. which now deals with divorce government it was deatr.iclc to lafco aiiall Xeilan, one ot tho new wonders la form the icd Background if Ihc screen world. Mr. Nell an, IE foremost In tfae and, a very youug j but Jroady Ho has ivon the nauiu o( "The' Mark Twajn of 1he BO hurcaa sind humorous are hJs louchea. The early purl of "Daddy is eclally full of laugh-wJonlaE sll- uatioijs of mauy EorLs. How tho patheMc UtUc ones "carry i" when the liyprorritcal matron la IryiDg to make them "ahoiv off'1 for ihc trustees of the Institution; how they on strike against prunes; and how Judy Abbott (trio sunshiny little orphan played Mi 53 Pickford) a'.ti- ed bjr n rrecklo-facpd lilUe boy, play tricks Iho moron's Caught or. only a few of the humc-rous :.odes In ivhlcli tho pifluro abounds. As well aa being a picture which will tug at tbe hearl strings of every i "Daddr LMk" will aike IDa children and the ckpldtcu laugh, (or there ire doitna of sweet and funny Httla children lo ii, -who play Iho parla ot orphans In the great hcuie where the early part ot ILe nc- Uon Is laid. tor action '.hat expresses the of tho Crus9< '.a working ncdcr the vory uwu-.ba of Oerinuu lo restore lo CELEBRATED STAR UNA CAVALIEBI COM- ING TO STARLAND There arc lew stars !n motion n of Ki.uirc and Belgium made Ijulit'tleas, motliLrlesa and homeless by war. The supporting cast of of HuniajiHy" Includes William Kiow- cll, lUihcn IV.l O'Malley, ar.J others, whh Uorotby Philips In the leading role of Nanr-ttc. fr cndshlp. It Is in tUo dUloguo lhal Iho fine points ut the wro brought out. "1 ouly indulge in reoiLrks the frit-nd of wife. "I've seen too" many uiamc-d people f-ver lo anempT to fathom Hie myhlery of ivhy .they inarrif-J each other." There !s a rtul human, interest runiiiutr Ihroufjh iho The friend wbo thinks ihc triaualo ean be squared is ably played Hat'kc-lt, who givAi a mistor-ful handling of the rolo of a mau ol the worlrl. Alsa llyan, Ihf wifft, plays tho charar.'or ol the wo man who loves ln-r hul who requires a cot la in amoral cl uhlch hi- is lailirt-' lo give I.IT. "Tea for Ttroo" will be iilayt-il nsa'n athhe Majcj'.ic for iho last tiiLE LonUlit. i There arc lew stars !n nation nir- "ut more wlclirated artistically than bc lwice AT STAULAND William S. Hart's new Arlcrati' pholovljy, "Hrecd ol Men." is a re-1 markabfa one anJ it! !s altrat-'tiiiK iarzc lo Star- land. TLe glory ii fuU of Incident and human nature. It hu aa well a Jffcbtful love olement sad plenty ot the will riding that has made Iho Hart pictures EO altractWe to those who like action. Seena Owen Is tie lead- Ing woman. Sho was acen with Mr. Hart In "Ilranillog his recent Artcrufi success. Owing to aa error jti shipping1, a great ParamountScunctL coniody, ivblch ivas to have been shown. lasi night, did not arrive in lime but will positively Mine. Jjina Cavalicri, who Is said lo be "the mnet beaulitul wnman in Eur- and who will appear at SlarlanJ up. Dr, itichael Clark ci'Von Ihc troubled walor by that l.'iis course bo adopted and tbc committee' reported progress. DOCTORS UNIONIZE TO RESTRICT WORKING WEEK .TO .144 casos. OICOI.L [or the mar'.time prov- Monday and ruM.lay in sriJcndiLl pjc- -Inces and JtriMsh Columbia. The ob of Alina llamscy s story of aimed r.t by Mr. Xlcklc's bill Two Brides." Mme. Cavalieri to c-staljliEh (nets wliero divorce courls in prov-1 as a prirna donna, ffrid her sification. lie lhal I was ncyessary to pay lo a proper man as chairman of the commission. Too Many Commissions John Uest ariyjinccd Hie view that the country iras being run altogether TRENTON, physic- ians have passed ,up (tie forty-faur- worklng-hourweeX'as a un- allalbable Ideal, 'so .far a a they arc concerned Hut (hey arc 3 of fcElrlcllng their w____u (a one hundred and forty-four hours. The doctors--IiavQ csiaMlshed Ihfa limit without consulting tlieir employ-, without threat ot general.strike, 1 and ivfthout waiting for-Premier Dor- Ao nol ciUi, by giving jyriprtic-tloii in sut-li mailers lo Ihc superior courts nnd Jurlsdiclfoa to the piclicquor court for illvone matters for ihc The latter proposal, he oiplalncn. wauld frr-e Kumnn V'atliolic judges ct Quebec from tlis necessity of hearing divorce cases. In t'.ic diviaian today, Iho Roman Catholic numbers of the hoiiso voted against the bill, which received tho incnls advantcil Jn Favor of included lue contention that bill while "Acn to take action. They look no loo inuch hy commisplons. M1U11 iy iafti D. D. Mcftcnzic said he wns strongly dn r ih c pf the pamlan lliat ihc eovcrnmonfj (things Thev 'entered Into an ar- prpposM was ahsohitcly a mistake. u-herebv on each Sunday MUhewaa sick and Urcd oMioarlneiand everv bank holiday riurine the Qboul fcrvlng is chairman of suinmer mcm'tjis two of their number bc left 'in charge and on duty, crmUttng the remaiuder to take the comjiiissloiis p.iy and siiggcst od Lhal in many they "puttinu weicr -In the mill tor olhrf'tjay a. parDoses." Ml the opposition could I onfi has so far'chatlenrcd this tlo, he salu, was a protest jmatiirpslation optbe right oi coJIccL- ngalnsL Lno unnecessary expenditure live bcrgalnluK. -1 there should be nn change in Ihe grounds lor which divorces arc grant- they should he marto possible tor poor HB well as the rith. During consideration of Ihe techni- cal education bill at the evening slon ojiposition members exprtFaed the view dial Ii might be belter lo pay the proposal grants for-icclmical cdiicat-on directly to the provinces as a possibility of inlErlcrlng wit ii provincial righU. Hon. J. A. Calder pointed out thai an agreement in regard to tbe mat- ler had been arr'vcd ?A vrlUi QIC pror- inccs al Ihc conference ihe pro- vincial prime hitnialers. long liavr been Iho subject o[ admiring comment all over-Ihe civil- world. Jit- this dramatic flory, Mme. Caf- alieri is as the duughler of a sculptor, for whom 3he poses as a Liodcl intli lilphly Inlerastlrtg She -jneela ftnd_ IOTQS her cousin, a dissipated Italian nobleman, but later verts a wealthy art collector, thereby bringing complications which resul'. in the development o[ a re- inarkvblo glory. The picture, which is linged with (he flavor of tragedy, hag a happy and unique ending. It was splendidly produced by a powcr- tb 1 supporlin s com pany. with Court- enay Foote as leading inan. A SCENE''PROM CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S BIG FOUR REEL A AT THE COLONIAL, MON.( TUES-, AND WED, Prune Strike Broken'at- John Grler Orphanage by Contents of Hard Cider Jug AT THE COLONIAL The one and only Charlie Chaplin be the allraclion al tlje Colonial on Monday in his first four-reel com- edy, "CuarHc in a Harem." a feature comedy ea dian's oSse to bc tlje jaiuous come- sl Ijil of all. TEA FOR THREE" SHOWS ,s FINESSE Dialogue of ilio finesse is Hie moat wondcrlul fo-ature ot the play. "Tea for ThretV at the Majes- tic. Tvli-i-h waa Folloivc-l with Ihc closest allcnttou by a, crowded hbusb last nlglit. The tilay is a most un- usual cue In the treatment ol Hie molif. tho eternal In brlcC, the Elory of ihe plot Is the Jealousy of a husband for a friend and former lover ot hia Trite, In Jealousy, and finally agrees to tbe Genius of Director Develops Humor In Child of "Daddy Long Mary Pickford Film. Humor, tears (hat (read upon smiles, is Uic fceynole ot Long screen version of the lamoua slory by- Jean Webster, in which Mnry PIcMpid will lie senji at the Empress. In Lhis, the lirsL or Ihc i Iirodncllons to be made by her rery own company Miss Pickford, as "Judy easily haa Uic best role ot her career. As a poor orplitin child, ever helping those about her and mak- ing the most of cruel Lre-iimcnt, site tlnaHy" to wonderful heights. Produced by Screen Genius The iiiclure -wns directcil by Mar- "HEART OF HUMANITY" COMING TO COLONIAL A screen classic thai critics have placed in Ihe Fame category with "The nirlh of a Nation" and "Hearts ot- the World." has been produced by Allen Holubar under the title of "The Heart of and Kill hihiirjd (il Ibe Colonial -Theatre for Tour days, starting Monday, June 30lh, wi'.Ii Dorolhy PlilUips la-the princi- pal role. "The. Hoarl or.Humanity" Is a mo- tion picture history of woman's part in the great war, depicted in story form'and built around Lh'e'rorhance of a little Canadian girl who gave her husband lo fight against Prussian autocracy arid then went1 lo 'France berself'to care tor'the and orphaned and liomelcsA victims of German brutality. -The closing scenes ol' the. flghUns Four Days 'Starting Mi, ALL SHOWS. CHILDREN 10c; EVENINGS, 1Sc. Special Children's Matinee. Every Afternoon from 4 to 7. 'THE'PREMJER EVENT OF THE SCREEN WORLD, The Mary Pickford Company Presents PICKFORD In Jean Webster's Celebrated Story and Daddy Long Legs f A Super-Attraction in Seven Tho Love Story ol an Orphan. Directed by Marshall Ncllan Photographed by Charles Hosher i __ i SPECIAL NOTICE' LONG LEGS" Is Miss Plckford'a flfst photoplay from her own sliiilioa ui uv vu. o( moiher Is business Mnry plcktoril now selects her oini stories, anpporlhig casls and directors. No producing company controls her. She Is entitled to lull anil entlro crsilll (or this Great screen clinic. For the purely physlol distribution o[ her tl.'sl Ihrce personally produced pfclurcs nho scJccJecl Tho first National Exhibitors' Circuit, Inc., n nalloa-wlrte ol cihlljltora de- voted lo Ihc encouragement ol bigger and better photoplays. e i J COLONIAL THE ONLY COOL THEATRE IN THE CITY The Biggest and Best Shnw In (he Cilf. TONIGHT "KISS OR KILL" Herbert Ra-Tllnson's Big Feature "The Red Glove" "Call iFe 2-reel Comedy "Nearly; a Chapfcfone" L-M Comedy x. 2Sc and lie COLONIAL Wm.e.Hart IN "BREED OF MEN" ALSO "SLEUTHS" A Two-Heel ParRmounl-Son- nell Scream, in which Cross- Bycd Ben Turpln (s al his Tery Don't (orgel that you have ampin .Jo see the entire Hurl tcaluro alter 9.45, Do your ahopplhg then co'me. In and spend on hour wherA It Is STAR LAND ORCHESTRA STARLANfl All Production! MONDAY AND TUESDAY UNA CAVALIERI Paramount Pictures Pi-want Grand Opera Star, and tbe Moat Beautiful Woman on the ScrctD, In "THE TWO BRIDES" smore heautlEul than any other woman In the I-alln quarter. Pth tiro men competing for Ihe hand ol such .a one- at them, rich STiJ handsome, a gentle- man; the other a villlcn ivlib. a twelve-cylindtf briin. Thero you ha70 a picture. Eco It. A'so A PARAMOUNT-SENNETT COMEDY Cotnlnt to the Colonial Four "Days Starting .MONDAY, JUNE 30th Majestic Tonight at Of A REFRESHING (COMEDY by'ROl COOPER MEGRUE With EL3A RYAN and NtW York Cast Prices 7Sc, SOc "I AM GOING TO MAKE YOU i -LAUGH YOUR HEAD OFF" JHE MILLION DOLLAR COMEDIAN IN HIS ONE AND ONLY 4 'Charlie in a Harem' Charlio h.13 Ihe time of bis gay young life In tho Karem. For or.o solid hour he will rock you wllh laughtlr. TLis Is Ihe blfKUst Chaplin comedy ever produced. ADDED ATTRACTIONS FRITZI BRUNETTE in "PLAYTHINGS" A Powerful 5-Acl'Dramatic Treat. TWO-REEL COMEDY "VAMPING REUBEN'S MILLIONS" MON. TljES. AND WED. Adults 35c Children I'D.