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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOP THE LETHBRTDGfi DAILY HERAIJL' THimSOAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920 Over far Trophies Have be alive to a wider sjrni- j pathy and better understanding be- j Itween.our kindred nations. I... i "While political dissensions are i threatening to rxilngutsh the honor- able comity of the great European g states, vre pray (hat we may help to port which ylclorja civilization-demancK ratio jjedlclue' iiat I quod dies Impctretura esl." VHE WBATHEK 4S 30 LONDON. Nov. Mail Cana- dian Associated Is official- ly -stated, that the number.of war tro- phies (excluding Issued up to middle of October was-10S.95S. This number guns. .gnus, siu other Trophic-s. "Of machine guns, and thesa guns, 9.JS7 machlna guas, and 920 trench mortars'were-sent to Uie Dominions, the direct distribution lie ing as lolloVs 31 T. U c 3 Australia 357 Canada 539 Zealand 12S- Iqdia........... 30 South Africa___ 4} Newfoundland 12 In addition, 43 guns. 3751 2S22 '1490 490 349 63 13 400 2S9 S7 29 29 20 333 machine guns, and 76 trench mortars have been issued to the Colonial office for dis- tribution among the remaining British possessions: London Times Jumps on Them Far Doing Not .Want 'Their Friendship signatures are appead- ed to thejetter.-lucludiag W..Q. S. Adams, professor of Political Theory, aaci Sir Hugh Allen, director of the Royal College ut Musics Key. 0. A.'Cooke, Regius pro- feiser of JJebrew; Sir Arthur Brans, Archaeology; 41 34 24 29 20 44 30 Winnipeg 26 20 Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy "iVeather the past 34 hours has been generally cloudy and mild la the whole Mostly fair todty and on Friday not much change In tem- sessdi a peculiarly winning per; engaged Miss Kitty dUJcre, materially frcia whose lovely voice and en- certain other players pf.tb.f ecresajn .-.gaglfe -presence would lend dlttlac- hat he possesses decMed-'acltogabll- (ion :tb'any Miss Zara Clinton, ty, combining a perfect type for-plc-! whose distinguished personality and urjs with histrionic_talents. Kreat comedy gifts are well known. Prior to hts debut In tho field of! vrlU. interpret the role of Molly, the molioa was a well- English girl, while that of the plouant known actor of the legitimate drams.' French maid is safe In the'hands'of te appeared jn several productions ot: Miss erace Reynard, Mn J. V. Barrett- he'stage-, which plated him In the .Leonard will be found In the principal IqreiuoEt ranks of leading mea Jor Iterature. Saskatchewan aud Rev. A., C, professor >ilgh, Iofal snow or df -Divinity.; professor of fair Moral and -Melaphrslcal Philosophy niaL'v other well' known. college prlnclpals.j LIQUtDATOHS. GET BARGES MONTREAL.. Dec. Justice ana OB change In Umpefsture hut mostly not mach BOOSTS TRAM FARES PETEHBORO, OnL, Dec. found it Impossible la make the Peter- MacT.eanan sitting as a special judge radial pay on a five-cent fare In bankruptcy aud on a pelition pres- basis, the Ontario Hydro-Electric Pow- entcd by the French government made er Commission, which controls tho an order yesterday that five steam operaliou of the system, has authorii- bsrg'es now partly completed and held an Increase of two cents. The new at Quebec shall he handed over by the seven-cent fare will be ID force to- llquMators of the National Shipbuilder Ing She Throe Rivera! shipyards, limited, to the French re- public on payment-by the latter of representing the balance of; price owing on tho work of -construc- tion as ft has gone. The peti- tion was presented on behalf of the French government In order that the vessels which were then at Three Rivers might not become Ice-bound for the winter. pisjers as DarUug, whose after the Inimitable Gilbert and urea are known from coast to Sullivan creations. lu rovlving It, Mr. lue to a trans-continental tour made! Smart Whyte has brought once more a few years ago, and Clara Joel, j before lie public an entertainment egltimate actress who scored av-dlt-j.yiBch.-tbr-beiuty of lyrics, charui of inct personal triumph In the success-Tmelody, vivacity of plpt, and general ul Broadway plays.-''Business-Before I pfcturesquentGE remains uaeicellcd to Pleasure" and "Within this many other'favorites yf fanU '_____ FAMOUS READER Or CHAR- -ACTER'AT K..OF p. HALL ".LONDON, Oct. Mail) reason of the tempest sMrred .op' as the result of overtures bv Oxford pro les so rs -1 o German- and Ail strlan edu- cators to join them in burying the hatchet Qnd retard to previous.amic- able relations, the teit of the appeal Is attracting widespread Interest. .ThB'VTInie's. deiioiraced 'the letter urglrig jesumptlon of friendly relat- ions'between Cerman, Austrian and as "i! 1 called ihe Oxford men to failing to distin- guish between ammosilies created In England xhj sinking of. hospital ships and Vombing of open, cities; on the one kanti, and the black passions of the wretches who perpetuated' those crimes" The text of the Oxford letter fol- i lows WantToKnowWien He Loves You? "THE LOVE EXPERT' PUTS YOU WISE Constance Talrnadge in Newest Emer. son-Lrtos Picture st Empress Has Jolly Message. Citlss Where Number of Publications Helpful hints to girls or boys anx- Have Been Cut Down i lour to ascertain whether one cer- TORONTO, Nov. indicative' 'a'n member of the opposite sex it of the changes which have taken place resronslvo to their respective emo- in the newspaper field In Ontario, at- ttons are given In "Tho Love tentlon to which was recently di-awn Constance Talmadge and by tho dramatic suBpension of the Thlcn wil1 be shown at the Empress Hamilton Morning Times, due to commencing today, hlghcoslsof production, the following' 7-1 proii'lclion ls workman summary Is significant. The towts and Emerson and Anita Loos cities recorded form but a pattial list whose former stories and adaptations of those which now have but one news- Constance Talmadge since her paper instead of two, three four or af'illalion with First National ExhibI NEWSPAPER FIELD GREATLY REDUCED THROUGH HIGH COST more, as formerly; -7Brantford, population Brockvlile, population Fort William; "population Gait, population. Lindsay, population Niagara (N. population Peterhorb, population -Port Arthur, population" Port population Samia, population St. Catharines, population r j SL .Thomas, population Woodstock, population j tors' Circuit have beon greeted by the theatre-going public at large classic I gems of comedy production. Canning the Square-Root As Babs, romantic boarding school girl, Conni3 is probably In her most delightful characterization Eschewing the- cut and dried educa tional subjects she devotes herself to self-instruction in tho of Practical LoviS-Making, LONDON, Dec. defeat of the government In the house'of lords last ''To the Professors of Ih'esArts {and-.night-is'' not'a matter' of -'great. 1m-' Sciences and to members of 'the" tinl-i pbrtancc. The imeiidment carried ag- versities vana societies government probably will be inany and Austria, tSince there wilt'oe, many, of you fully share our heartfelt sorrow regret for the breach' tnat the has occasioned In our friendly intercourse, and since you cannot doubt the sincerity of the' feeling which enesndf-red deleted when the bill goes hack to the house of commons.. QUARRELLED OVER THRESHING LIEN; ONE MAN SHOT ieveral yean. Mr.. IJncola Is ably supported In Virtuous Men" by >ell-known comedy part. Shjce Sydney, Jones Orst TTh it has teld. uticlutllence premier place among all musical com- HEAL CIRCUS IN HYLANO.PIOTURE AT- THE PHOENIX (inn Prof. Alexander, the noted phrenolo- gist, will visit the city next week. The, tv i m Press of'the larger cities all over the mil- speak In the most flattering a, me nowj terms ot his work. It !o unusual for 1-1 k fi Di. to attract crowds, but froin of him that his lectures are and an He is the Baraum Balley'show; Otto Poll, one-time flying rings chaniplon of this hemisphere, and the De Coma Broth- ers, acrobats. REVIVAL OF THE GEISHA" UNDER F. STUART WHYTE A NOTABLE THEATRE EVENT To the .rising generation "The Geisha" Is In tha nature of'a tradi- tion.. .To the present generation it stands (or one'of the most delightful of: musical comedy memories. In Us day It'was the most popular and most melodious of all.mnslcal entertain- skill of his demonstrations, betraying a marvellous knowledge ot the science. He will by many who had-.the pleasure of hearing him many i years ago, and as the opening lecture Monday at the K. of P. hall Is free there will no doubt be a crowded house. "AT THE COLONIAL With a wonderful line up of attra lions, the Colonial Theatre will be popular place this weekend. For Friday and'Saturday the feature at- traction will be "Under Northern ments.known to. the stage. great tale of the It.N.W.M. Mr. F. Stuart Whytethas staged In the North Woofls. Jack en to. revive, this production, and his Dempsey In "Daredevil and a company will be seen here at the Ma-Janghable Vltagraph comedy' "Nymphs ieitic theatre on Krlday.and Saturday, and Nuisances" will complete the this week j show. Friday night will be Country Thls: revival .has; been undertaken' Store Vodvil 'Nile. with a full all that i! -_----------------------------! _. means to bring once more before the theatre-going public aA'e'ntertainment which establishedjn its day a stand ard that has never befrt.escelled Mr i'. suit that the Board of Regenfs'slinm- late? another for the railroad giving Babs a chance to try out many formulas.-. The management maintains nothing like it has ever been shown or written be fore. The an original scenario by, Emerson and Loos. Also showing on the fame bill. "The GsrrFiar.-Sabmarrne the most! realistic sMown In this cltyN'pf 'the done by the Ger man Stuart Whyte "has jleff nothing undone to bring together! abj Eggregafion of artists who can'give charming wort of art Interpretation both In telllgent and satifefving from point'of view For hVprima'a Cuticiira Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin prima' donna, to sin; the PICTORIAL SENSATION.COMING; News of particular interest'to the motion picture of Lethbrldge old friendliness you must, we Blals Is 'under arrest on a' charge of he _sharlng our hope for .its speedy i doing grievous. bodily Injury as a re- re-esfabllshment i SUH of a shooting .which, according to We therefore doc-i the provincial police followed an argu- tors, heads of m-ofessors and1 raent between, the two men ycslerdoy Blumer otftomes In the announcement of Mau North BaWeford, is in tho hpsplia! lager Len S. ;Brown that E. K. Lla _ .1 and cherished that' in a critical condition and favorite-mate star of the screen, is soor. to be sef.n at the Coloniai Theatre a big soc- iety melodrama personally' directed byiRalph Ince. For several years Sir. Lincoln has been regarded as one of the bright particular luminaries of the photoplay world. Through bis cessful appearance in many 'produc- tions he has established himself as one of the outstanding figures" ot 'the present 'constellation stars who dominate the siher screen Lincoln Is the- Ideal tj-pe of' Ieadin'Bv man St-inilmg a trlflo over six feet In height, with handsome featiires-'whlch j lend themselves admirably to tr-a arf I of motion plctura photography, ha tho cn-bitlerment of animosities that south of Dattleford. He Is alleged to under the Impulse of loyal patriotism have lired on Blumer with a shotgun may passea between us. i I J'ln the tsld where our are INLAND REVENUE, UP one, our, enthusiasms the. oar JIpNTREAL. Dec: Inland ret- rivalry antl ambition generous, we can enuo figures' for November for ibis rarely (look to be reconciled and the city show an Iricreaso of .f as leilonsnlp of learning offers a road compared with November 1019. Cus- which and If our spiritual Ideals i toms revenue show a slight decrease. MAJESTIC (The Big London, Gaiety Theatre Success By arrangement, -with, the estate of toe late George Edwa'rdez, London, THIS WEEK MatineeSaturd'y F, STUART-WHYTE THE COMEDY CLASSIC A LOVE STORY OF OLD JAPAN WITH AN ADORABLE MUSICAL SETTING. NEW COSTUMES-NEW SCENERY SPECIALLY IMPORTED ENGLISH COMPANY PRICES. Positively the one big attraction that you 50c, should not miss. COLWAL TONIGHT (THURS.) LAST TIMES "THE AWAKENING OF A NATION" X Stupendous Panoramic Pajeant Flrat Show at Show at 9. Positively your'last chance to ceo IB Another Record-smashing Week-end Show for FSiJAY AND SATURDAY HERE'S A GREATER PICTURE THAN "RIVER'S THRlLtS TO GOD'S COUNTRY" A Galloping Pomence of Love and Duty ond the Royal Northwest Mounted Police A bTg pulsating romance staged amid the giant trees of our own Canadian northern forests, and telling talc of the heroism of our own Canadian tt. H. W. M. P, Jack Dempsey in "Daredevil Jack" AltJo 'Nymphs and Nuisances' A Vltiigraph Jlowler. FRIDAY NIGHT COUNTRY STORE VODVIL N1TE 1st in 2nd Live Turkey. NO FOR Trjis BUMPER SHOW. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The theatre that never changes Its prlcra. wiLUAM POXPR.OOUC7.IOK Hitlhe Sawdust Trail! IT WILL LEAD YOU TO THE CIRCUS IN WHICH' PEGGY HYLAND TAKES WOOED AND WON. SEE THIS LIVELY STAR IN IHE MERRY-GO-ROUND" A William Fox Production. BULGING WITH ROMANCE THAT IS MIXED AND FROLIC. FRIDAY Sunshine Comedy, and Fox LAST TIME TODAY "MAN AND HIS WOMAN" STARTING TO-DAY Production Attraction ALSO ON THE SAME PROGRAM EXTRA! "THE GERMAN SUBMARINE RAIDER" The moet reilTstlo picture ever, shown In this city of Lethbrldge. ALSO MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON, ;