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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT Tl'KSDAV, ALT.I-ST'IO. 192t. YUK LETHBRIDGE DAIIA' VAUDEVILLE hcit Ktauuiug, bead o( tbi Criterion Is Full of Rumors About Bandits In All the Pass Towns Mrs'Holloway is Certain Bassoff Was the Man Who Made Call Upon Police Continue Search of Houses in Mining Camps of the Crows' Nest. (From Herald cm the Spot) FRANK. Aug. night passed here wlthcul any nic.ro in conuei-tion wilh the pun I.nnt. its.vllght brought a fresh tau-h nipes came to Regina and asked Ihe .Homey-general to hold an iiivesliga- ion. i Ball Furnished RKG1SA. Aug. men arrested she went r.nrt ten o'clock that night to the. bush lu an effort to see -what was maklns Ihe noise, but it loo dark. T'lis niorning -Mrs. ilailoway is that Bassoff was in hiding near her around back ot the Halloway uincii and lelt a few meu to continue the search while ethers again started houses. Houses iu Frank ate being searched. Claims Railways Must Have Increased Rates In Order To Function To Meet Demands Ottawa. Au.u. to thC 'increases allowed )iy the board of railway coniniiEEionera. ..lion. F. H. "Phippen. counsel for Canadian railways, said that these had heen practualiv lost in the sreatly in- v creased co'st of operations; the com- panies had been compelled io fsce an increase ot 100. per cent. The' as- Eisiance which had heen granted thehl TsaE approximately SI per cent; It ivas imperative that railways should te operated in a manner as to give satisfaclionvto ths and to supply it with ah etiic'ient service. The roads must be allowed to operate in sitiou whei-5 they could .iiot properly function. The United Stales railway companies bad beeti reduced lo carry on their business on short borrowings which had iecoine their only policy and this was followed by the taking over of the lines hy the government. The United Slates lust over a roil liou dollars a whilo the railways were under government control. They eventually decided to hand them hack lo the .companies.1 Congress learnei that somebody had to- finance the roads and in! conseuuence certain legislation was passed. The presen ot the wilhj he alleged kidnapping of C. II. Chris-1 ophers, O.B.I', orgaaiier have bail in each'rase. The men have icen liberated to appear for uarv hearing on August 17. Ball noney was fixed at JlP.lHI'l with two additional sureties of or a total o! for each man involved. Commissioner Mahoney of the pro- vincial police stated today that he xpected further arrests in cotmect- on with Ihe alleged itdnapping. He stated that the five arrests 80 far were the results of an investigation i carried out by his force acting on in-j Btructions from the. attorney-general. I ____ table. A murder-mystery the .'olonlitl theatre and Thursday this The title to this pictorial ion is chosen, nol because it is ly-.reuKiilviiil. but because it expru.v a very grave, condltiou arising from our conflicting anil chaotic mar- ;iat laws, laws tual make child le- ;Hiuiate in one state und a bastard in another; laws that vitally affect .the home, the child.and Ihe mother, and the .very foundation .'of our American social welfare. .'lie plcluro is'a.coinplele-ldeparl- ureVfrom anything yet1 ottered to the s.vfeelv.arid carries a.big'theme, full ol .thrills, a heart-Interest that ap- peals and 'grips the first to tha lasV. and of1 highly 'dramatic value, entirely 'aloft-from Ihe usual run of today. It has pronounc- ed by most brilliant, experienced a'utl technically Ihorbugu directors of cinematographic productions lo be the liest moving picture .material iu the Un-.teil States today. .11 has been prououuceil by Mr. Her- theater, Lundou. Kug., as "a very -vit- al play, involving a vital national ti'.ieu- lipn which -has beeii' quite neglected by the ami theatrical world, and should'-'inake a 'sreal hit." F. Whitney, ot New York, one of the greatest theatrical and producers In the fouutry, owner and producer'bf "The Chocolate says: ''Tills playf jvll'l create more dis- cussion in IU8 publtc.pross than any play 'ever iirmlucod on the screen, and will do more good. Us_vlrility Is lo be m bii. The play e'tubodies fear. coitsplraty, dognva, amljitlou, ti-ageuy, coutedy, and introduces ;t modern character vfbose transitions oscillate fKbm the comedy o! Kilai Tuck to the subtle leroclty ot Cardln- Jl Kicuelieu. Us conttn'jily und diamatlc sense, sa rltal to ihe is nia iii I allied, it is so I rite to nature, tho law, the dogma and title. 1 can foresee the S.R.O. sfens out now. Congratulations." e WED.-THURS. THE SEASON'S BIGGEST PICTORIAL SENSATION DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU DRAMA EXPLAINS WHY- MAY BE- A 'BIGAMIST? THIS; IT IS'FOUNDED I CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM al .Cliautanqua I i! Wednesday. tj afternoon Arrangements are practically com- pleted for the .annual which opens here August llth. The ceris open at thvea o'clock evening at S. Followiug is the pro- gram fov the week: Wednesday, August-11th Organization of. Juntor ChaulauQua and supervised s'lch a mantier-as tci permit jlrOMde for necessary..'.arrange- ineuls Th'is was necessary'if-they were lo. be in a position to properly and carry on their business. If companies were not'able to'oblaii the necessary capital In carry on they would bave tn go into the scrap heap HiicI they would lie faced with a "condition worse than those prevail-! ing.in the United Stales and govern- ment ownership would he the only other alternative. Hut lliat was not tn? nueslion before them today as one ot the' most important railway, sys- tems in the Dominion was under pri- vate 'ownership. Mr. Phippen then outlined.what hail brought about'the present railway conditions In tlie United States, in- cluding the mulcting of certain stales, Concert entertainment, j I The Old Fashioned I application, he. V.T.S baseil on prelude, The Old 11 situUar.conditions: to'., those which I fashiouedi Girls; In, States ajid enlertainmeni. Burnell l-'oril. If the railway companies ask-V ed the toaril to deal with the matter; in a broad and comprehensive spirit. They had askeil for the 30 per cent. Increase in freight rates before they knew-of the increase in wases to the American railway men, and they had subsequently amended the'application by asking for an- additional 10 per cent., making 40 uer cent, in all-on freight'and 'JO ner cent, nn passenger rales; 50 per cent increase in sleep- tig car, and parlor rains, and other smaller i -Mr. Phippen quot- ctl statistics at considerable length to show that while the cost of opera- tion had enorn'ousiy increased, the revenue had fallen Just as operating August ground classes. Entertainment; Ward Waters Company; original readings, nichard Evening prelude. Ward WalcrsxCom- pauy; .popular lecture "Social Re- Hon. 'S. H. Fbole, New Zealand parliament Friday, August 13tli play- ground classep. prelude, Jl Svmphonic. Quintet; lecture.'Norman i I A'llan Irarie. late C.B.F.. "Some Poll-" tiral Problems Facing John Dull and the-.far-rRaehing decision of the Unit- ed States supreme court and the for- 'iiiation of tho inter-state commerce commission, wliicli amongst other .tivities had made a complete valua- y :tlon'pt all the railways in the United i State's. He expressed the opinion that he. considered .that. the cnuiniission i had lost light ot the Sad thai if the j railways lost the coiiiiiipni-e of the ptlblk., they would be "placed in a charges had risen. JUST A FEW LEFT CALL AND GET YOURS TODAY After the ON SALE AT Higinbotham's Drug Store, Jackson's Drug Store, Willis Piano Co.; F. H. Wilkins, Opticisra People's Drug Store, 13th SL 'N. .'Reserved Seats May Be" Se- cured at F. H. Wilkins1 Office. linclc Sam." prelude, Xedcler iiviuplionic Quintet; lecture, Dr. Geo. Adam. Saturday, August 14th ChMtauijua play. I ground classes. for K nighl. New Vork Play-; I'jiya'to liestj "The Virgin of Stamboul" Is A Stupendous Production Kesom'ces of Filmdom Pxansacked to Produce "The Virgin of a Picture Which Has Created a Furore in the States; Will Appear Ail Week at the Phoenix. PEACE RIVER IS CUTTING GRAIN Aug. The Peace River district started the culttug of grain-Moniiay. Harvesting will be general next I Comedy in years wUb'ii cast ot-pro-1 Monday, August 16th play- ground cla'sscs. Afternoon Concert. Ferdinand Fillinii, brilliant French vlullnlsl and assislinK ortisl.s. prc-lucle, Fcrdln-l TODAY AND WEDNESDAY LETHBRIDOE VISITOR PRAISES PICTURE "The most stupendous production of the is Ihe verdict that is sweep- ing across the country, heralding niul following In the wake of Ihe big 1'ni- production, "The Virgin ol is at Ihn Phoenix for three days. All tho resources of fiTmtlom appear.to have, been concen- trated to make this the biggest pic- lure ever Ihrowu on the silver sheet. The sheik, the HtMlnuin, Hie Arab and tlic hordes that prey about the desert wastes of Die near east nr? Hiere: Ihc big caravans camels anil donkeys wend tlieir way tn the marls of Ktamboul; the slave ms'.rUeti'. slave buyers and the liareros all vie in making: thin the mrjst. re.ilislu- jihotodramn the Thronslirnit "even reels yon will almost act- UKlEy live in the world is su dif- ferent [rom this. When yon think of cities wi-ro builf tor the production. being spent upon a slnglo landmarks reproduced with picture you can have some idea of its tmarvcllons realism. Ilin (ireal Arabian Money was not spared; i'lescrt' filmed lor many scenes in thi; 'Vcwuln liroughl from IhB Orient stnrv tliotmands nf men, wnine'i to make. II an realislic: aa an.'! chllilron used for within the power of hlimiin itr K'Tn-ct. Tin: principal role is enacted The story in said tn he rich in liv. 1'mulla a who bus [malic qnaliti1. arousing sympathy ami A lady visiting in the city during th? week noticed the 'advertising on "The Virgin of in the lobby of the Phoenix theatre, and, turning lo a friend, remark- ed, "I saw that picture In New York before 1 led, and its the best I ever taw." This Is only one of the many com- pfimenls that come from the east anent this stupendous production. "ARE YOU LEGALLY THE CHURCH SAID THEY MAN BELIEVED THEY WOMAN "KNEW" THEY TOOK IT FOR THE SAID "NO." A REVELATION OF THE-LAW EVERY MAN AND WOMAN SHOULD SEE. IT WILL MAKE YOU GASP! DOROTHY DAITON ithfnonicual strides to the front raVKs-. .She linen alisenl from tho prTeeu for Rome Itmc, however, and well marks her Iri- 'r reiiirji. "Tho Virgin of.Statiiljotil." was writ- r leu especially Tor Aliss Dean liy il. II. Vnn .1-oan. and the ttulhor hay cn- j to. jiainla jilclure wluliedest city in Ihe world." Pirector has 'laHIifnliy followed si fitnry and reproduced his word paint- VAiJS iu-living, breathing scenes. Vael thi; SUf.-clltl'J and wctp. and with a wcullf rcd-blooclcd. action trj sc.t Froni Ifn; npr-nlni; showing nnaoril city of ytninbonl, as it I and Slips Dean as the nrUutneii desert whn 'ekes5 (ml on anrt in the plyjng her Lrado, lo laat fadeont, showing Sarf, lier happy in her new-found and a THE GREATEST PROBLEM OF MARRIED LIFE! A vvifc's lictirt is ivith nnil tmsbiind. A Inisbfind's M iicre? And if a wife -ilinnM find, in anDthtir llic whip Thiit her dot'3 nut what tliT-n? Sco Dtinithy in Wife's Kricndf" -atarlring. A Ptory Hint sciiii'lsl. nivfllfiry cTiirO to :i mv.v .'mil wondrous lovf-. the falfll EXTRA FEATURE SUXSHINE COMEDY "HIS MUSICAL SHEGZE" And Miss Dolly Preslon and Mr, Ben O'i< ;'i Duets. '-Are You Legally is based on actual law. A'recent High Court decision has shown that hund- reds of thousands are'illegally wed. "ARE YOU LEGALLY This photoplay is.one of the most enlightening that bss ever heen slmwi mi Ihe screen, exposing UK- it does the chaotic and ridiculous condition 0! (he-Martial laws of Ihe illtTerenl stales. The story Is based 'on fa'cls dbo'nl hy twit years o.I careful research on the pail o( .Miles IMilwan. B.A...Into Ihe martial and .divorce laws In force. A Supreme-Court has handed down a decision that makes biga- mists nf limidredfl of thousands of men and women who Uiink them- selves la-vf'illy married; 'H puts the stigma of .illegitimacy on more than lialf a million children, and confuses properly interests thiil many VFTSDIIS are in possession of properly for which they have paid, and lo wlilch. they have no legal title-. Due; it ;iftect you, you will ask? Unless you arc bctlcr poslcd lhaii si'vcnly-five cent, of the lawyers, yon may not know or have heard ihis decision, anil il may m: the cause of your children los- Inc tti" richJ lo tlie name of Iheir father and Iheir legal rights and cltiim nu'the property ol either .parent. "Are You Legally Is not a SLJiisaliotml film in tlie ordin- ary iiml'Tsl.imiillK of that word; il is a most dignified and artlslli: effort In the with the Iraslc possibilities of a great abuse.'II admlfalily'Aclcd, Intslllsently directed and lias n ticart appeal ever Ihot draws all who arc fortunate enough to sec it, Tlj'r sicuario Is by Henry Christine M'arnack, whose beautiful cre- ations. "Tfio Honor System" and "The made so great an stiine lime ago. It is the duly or all men and women who aru working Cor stability in'llie marrlaRC relation lo see it, f.nd too, your hat.pirmsa inul Ihe happiness of those dear lo yon mny be caughl in the- nrt it so aptly explains. Adults 40c Children 10c Special Dally Matiness at WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THE SHOW IS ALWAYS GOOD v ;