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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH KEHSMYEVE AFTERM Decision at Tuesday Afternoon Wiih France OTTAWA. Mar. Canadian (ho opening of the today, hnn. Arthur Mc-ipluui ta ihe correspondsnoe bntwoen tho ''rmnont .HIM! thn premier of Ontario :n rrc.'ird to the Lako of the AVoiids control Mil. A bill to amend the Pr.nadu Snip- ping Act so as a) the irovern- ment to increase penalties for thti pollution of harbor waters by the dis- charge of waste oil, was given first reading. The prime minister's motion for Wednesday evening sittings on and after April 6 was carried. Hon. W. K. Fielding said ho was sorry that the prime minister had de- cided to abandon thu Wednesday eve- ning recess. He felt that K made for efficiency in the conduct of business if members knew that they were cer- tain to be free on "Wednesday night. Jos. Arohambault, Chamblpy-Ver- vheres, drew the attention of the government to the fact that a Mont- real paper had published a news item to the effect tiiat the commercial treaty between Canada and the re- public of France had been sicned by the minister of trade and commerce on January 27 last, the same to be- come effective within a few days from today. Mr. Archamhault .wished to know if the dispatch was true and why the government had been keeping the terms of this treaty secret for so long. Admits Treaty Sir George Foster said the govern- ment had not been keeping the con- tents of any treaty between France and Canada secret. He had admitted that a trade agreement had been con- summated between France and Can- ada and signed by him and by the, then minister of commerce in Franco in the month of January. Subsequent- ly to this there had been a change ot government in France, and it was necessary to have the agreement rati- fied by the new administration. This had been done only in the past week. The reason why a copy of the agree- ment could not be laid before the house was that the government was not in possession of the exact copies, j Sir George stated that he had a copy of the agreement which he thought was correct in all but minor details. He proposed to submit it to the house shortly. SASKATOON TUKEK (iKUMAN MAOUNK GUNS SASKATOON. Mar. Advico baa hern nv viv -il this morning that four tlui city of I vftor of war j to tiui tliron n-iidy been ;fty hall. :L vuhmhlo Perpetrators Of Wall foreign will be Riven tn recom- Hens, h' any one European nation mendations from the G. W, V. A. and other soldier organizations. The committee proceeded with the wall has been mentioned as a probable first governor of the new territory." RUMANIAN QUEEN NOT TRYING TO OUST KING CONSTANTINE accepts tho eoltl no doubt all them win. "ICuropo cannot recover its eoon- resolutions tabled by the G. W. V. A. nmjc stabilitv until Russia returns to C. G. ItacKoil. Dominion prodiu-tion. Trading for this parcel of j --1--' that pensions he paid a widow K0iti not affect this remedy, nor would ilie goody obtained by the Bol-1 shevik in return for it restore their production. That requires the aban-, donment of their present economic sydtPin." _ ________ i INCREASE PENSIONS BEING PAID ORPHANS individual type humor, but pre- sents him as an actor ot varied tal- ents hitherto unsuspected by his ad- mirers. "The written by Ed- mund Day, was produced in New York in August. 1907. A highly dramatic story of Indians and rough and raady plainsmen, the big scene of the stage play was a battle in a narrow Arizona canyon. In the screen version, this scene, staged in natural surroundings with hundreds Indiana, frontiers- men and soldiers, gains tremendously in its melodramatic appeal. Supporting Mr. Arbuckle is an un- last night boys fast workers, and have one i fouowing another .U through j I Chad returns to the mountains mn j lands that Melissa (F whom'he has left behind, Is more de-j ?i "singles" seen here for some time. She 7 nold f i nd i 1 i appears in four-different numbers, a' e logical sequence leading from one to the other. The Scotch Macks offered a good Scottish singing and dancing act. and Teets and Wilson furnished a funny comedy 'duologue. Constance Binney in "The Stolen evin.ion and some fine comedies neighbor of Major Duford's. Two years Ip.ter Buford comes after Chad, who decides to return to Lex- ington and complete his education. While Chad is In Lexington Molis- i sa devotes her time to finding out about his parents, and later goes to with her father. There she pleted the show. The same hill will offered for the last times tonight "ARE ALL MEN ALIKE" AT THE; COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND I THURSDAY THIS WEEK A big surprise for the Colonial man- agement was the receipt of advice yesterday whereby It has been made poRslble on short notice to play May Allison's flrtt big super-special, "Are All Men at the Colonial on Wednesday and Thursday this week. "Are AH Men Alike" is a powerful drama of Bohemian life in New York's famous Latin quarter, Greenwich Village. This latest vehicle of the captivat- ing Metro star presents ler in the role of a rich'young woman possess- ed with the idea of living her life in her own way, without let or hin- drance. As such it carries the head- strong heroine into all manner of ad- ventures in the Bohemian quarter of New York'a night life, where she en- counters men and men, and is Anally rescued from a perilous plight by one man who was unlike all the rest. "Are AH Men is Miss Alli- son's latest starring vehicle, and is conceded by many critics who have re- p viewed the picture to her best. Briefly told, the story recounts the mishaps attendant upon the irregular order of life known as Bohemian and of the pitfalls that await young girls who deem themselves well able to take care of themselves under any circum- stances "whatsoever. "Teddy" Hayden Is an heiress not only of millions but of the will to hnve her own way, inherits! from her j selt-made father. Being aee she j insists upon taking up her quarters in New York's Greenwich Village ami of becoming an artist among the; artists. Miss Allison is said to shine with j tells Margaret of her discovery, mat I Ing the supreme sacrifice for her rival. I Major Butori! and General Dean are I ALSO HAROLD LLOYD screaming comedy. exceptional lustre in the part of "Teddy" Hayden. Supporting her is a notable cast including Wallace Mc- Donald, John Elliott and Ruth Stone- house. A. P. Younger adapted the 3 DAYS MORE JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS A GEORGE MELFORD PRODUCTION ROSCOE FATTY ARBUCKLE IN The Round-up Roped and tied -without a kick! For under the light of maiden's eyes, Sheriff "Slim" Hoover was weak ai new-born calf. But bring an your outlawi, half Indians and things, and he'd brand the wildest maverick that ever ran amuck. A romance as btg as all cut-do on! From the World famous pUy by Edmund Day. TOPICS OF THE DAY and A BEAUTIFUL PURELY CANADIAN SCENIC. ATHENS, Mar. that Qucon Marie of Rumania was work- Ing for the dfithrom'rnont of Kins i Constantine of Greece and the ascend-I t ancy of Crown Prince George and his Elizabeth of! ,ary TO date soldiers .umution. thelr pensions for a total of ?ll.Siin.SG Rumania are without Queen declared yesterday upon her return to Athens from a tour in North- ern Greece. Port Stanley fishermen opened the season Tuesday hy depositing their nets. OTTAWA. Jtarrh commit- tee decided to refer the probl'-m putting pension commutations on an minced to accept actuary basis to thn superintendent commutation at a. considerable mone- i the government soldiers' insurance bram-h. A further G. W. V. A. resolution pro- posed an im'rpnsed pen-ion to ex-sold- IIr. MacXcill wanted the commuta- j tors' compelled f> reside in certain tion placed on a sound actuarial basis, j areas liy reason of war disabilities. Mr. Mac-Xeill a minimum of There's only one way to reform a Paris apache. Read about it In Robert! W. Service's latest poem in March Cosmopolitan. Get yours j vertlsement. FIREWORKS UNEXPECTED CHICAGO, Mar. series of ex- plosions which shook hotisM within ;i radius of two miles and hurling of .sky ronketa, bombs and other pyro- over a wide territory, mark- ed n firo which today virtually do stmyed the plant of the AW ice Fire- works company, at Reading, a suburb. THERE WILL BE AN AUCTION SALE OF EXCEPTIONALLY FINE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS ON SATURDAY NEXT, MARCH 26 COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK. Parties requiring furniture must positively attend this import- ant sale. FURTHER PARTICULARS IN TOMORROW'S HERM.D, Auctioneer's Phones, and 46'J. c per cent. Action will be taken by the Commit- tee on the resolution against deduc- tions from pensions paid xvMowed mothers hy rcupon of their sources of income. paid to orphan children should bo Mr. MurXfiill said, and should be paid to orphans of all pensioners who died Mihsoriuent to discharge, irrespective of the for death. Mr. Mac.NY-ni also asked for an In- creasf! in respect to the pension paid on behalf of dependent parents of dis- ability pensioners. This pension should pqual the allowance paid to married pensioners. HOLSHEVIK OCCUPY7" BATUM; TURKS WITHDRAW Mar. B'.'in liolshovik forces have occupied tho city of Hatum. After entering ANOTHER BIG SPECIAL PRODUCTION .4. COLONIAL .i. WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY This Week Usual and lOc, DON'T MISS THIS BIG SHOW SEE The story of a Qlrl who want- ed to live a "free life." Wherein innocent youth be- comes worldly wise in New York's Bohemia Green- wich Villags. A drama of love and lust, wherein love is the victor. Night life In New Latin quarter. York's How a girl renounced con- vention only to embrace it again. Wherein a man's kisses turn- ed a girl's blood to ice- water. ft The land of May Allison, and see life as it is lived anrong the artists of Greenwich Vil- lage. Her First Big Super-feature, SEE May Allison at A Greenwich Village artist. A gorgeous glittering presen- tation of New York's night life near Washington Square. That love and lust do not mix any more readily than oil and water. 9 ft The story of a girl Who hated convention. A thrilling drama of life and love among the artists. m An object lesson to young girts who are Indiscreet. z Wherein purity and passion war for supremacy. The struggle between the ar- tist man and the mother By special arrangement with the Metro Company, we are able to offer this sterling production at regular A GREAT COMEDY BILL WILL ALSO BE SHOWN Hear Bedford's Orchestra play "DOWN TEXAS Albert Plunkett'. "Dumbells" hit. KiNG'S--Jack Pickford in "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" TODAY A DRAMA OF KENTUCKY HILLS AND SOUTHERN CHIVALRY. ;