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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT Says He is Nothing But Self-Centred American LONDON, Mar. London Times finds tho fabric of Hard- iiiR'iS inaugural speech lust; UMVO inoro emoiioual than Pre-sHe-m sou's imuigural address. It contrasts Mr. Jlanling's speech to thai OL" resi- dent Wilson in 1D17, declaring tiuit it "rcstnunc-dly suggested again that a momentous innovation in the I'L-i'.cii State? policy ot world was inevitable." Commenting on the part oC ihr ad- dreys ot President concern- ins United States sympathy in .uT.iirs. thri Timos says that theie ho the; thought of civiiizL'il Inmv.imty. He-! aardisjg the (ioi'lara-tions with rc-gard to tho 01 al sovereignty and tha; a super- government could have no tar.t-'ion in the republic, the Times says, "nor; vould it be sanctioned by any civitiz-: ed nation, were it Tho; newspaper asserts that mnv sorer- j I "The vitiec of ranp out with a vhtillenj'.e. Mr. HurrtltiK ml over tin? (irosjiuct of thw old IUUT attuniliiK and loht the work- j ors with plenty ot tUuiufer, tUat the j I'niltd w.is no place lor rovu- lulion.'' Opportunity Mar. its commrnt on ilm inuuguml nddross of eniliMit Yurksliire ist today .nays himself firmly ou reality, rsu'ent i I a riling may carry the world's iiror.ivsy further, mHwith- Bland iijg i hat his ideas for eifoetinj: Iliis protfivs.-; are, ai tho moment ot liltle value, a t-Iastiu." The newspupiM1 iliiuks tho function of tho United Status in world politics may best l-o performed by an endea- vnr to an atmospliere unfavor- to war rather than by an attempt to invent machinery for rendering war impossible. j "The United Slates, it adds, "may advance under Harding as un- dor Wilson toward tho samo goal. j but, by another and more easily pass- able route." French Opinion PARIS. Mar. of this city in commenting today upon tho uciilrooS delivered at Washington yes- terday by President Hardintj, appear- ed to feel the elnusge, in United States' administration is one ''from the fry- pan into tho fire-" as far as Europe is concerned. Disappointment over tho that Mr. Harding failed to m.ihA1 dcttnite statements regarding his aUittule on important affairs in Euroi'i? Avas evident. "Xo word for the allies." says the above bwforv K-iiviiiK Canada will bo fron from tiiw- i-.ist' tlin lout; vuynKti to llrltlsh latins. Moreowr. thu United tiUtes 'us lately not be.Mi from cuttln di.va.so and the Tiiiien thinks Ilia ad- mission of Canadian cuttle woi'ltl tend tn the importation cf Americim cnttb1 into Catuda for trans- shipment, to isrutiiti, thus throwing u much increased strain upon the pre- cautions maintained by both Canada and Great Britain. In conclusion tho Times atOrnis that tho advantages or otherwise to be trained by making an exception of Canada are greatly exaggerated' by both Miles. THE LETHBR1DOE DAILY RgRALD OH trio, will hftarf Kill wtth .H SATURDAY, MARCH 5. 1921 B. C.1L ASK TUe Heart of Youth Attraction At Hie Empress Monday CHAPLIN ON SAME BILL IJU Lee, who has boon rapidly fort- ing to tbe front as it screen stir, In coming to the Kmpriws theatre on j Mondsj- anil Tuciday In "The Heart j of Youth." a new Paramount picture. She itf said Yi.v t." u fine version of KUKOIIU Manlove Uhotl.'s famous glory. Tho story is Ideal for Carey's pecullai characteristics and glvca him great scope. "One tho now comedy fea- turing the new comedian, Busier Kenton, is a riot. Nothing funnior tias ovor been seen on the local screen. With another really good two reel comedy ou tho bill, "Tho Back featuring Jimmy Aubrey, and a neat orchestral concert by Berosford's con- cert orchestra, tho whole show is bang up to tho mark. COLONIAL TONIGHT (SAT.) Harry Carey In "Went Is Buster Keaton in "One jimmy Aubrey iu "The Back Yard." A great Saturday Night Show. MON. and TUES. HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE MACK, SINGER AND MACK The Harmony Trio. CLIFFORD AND CLIFFORD "A Bit of a Circus." PHIL ROCK Comedian, MURRAY MARTIN "On With the Fight." BEBE DANIELS IN .________ Comedies and Orchestra, Same Popular Prices Three shows 7.00, and 9.00. Starting Next Wed. "KISMET LAST TIMES TODAY TOM MIX "Wildernes. ALSO A SCREAMING SUNSHINE COMEDY, "HER PRIVATE HUSBAND" BROERKEN CHRISTIANS Art. MAURICE TOURNEURjWuctoa VVATER.S' A PARAMOUNT SPECIAL Also ROLIN COMEDY and MUTT A JEFF No Advance in Prices. ;