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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE!THBRTDGB Pjj^TT.Y HERALD i^t is those With Bfg Cam- . F^owB With Airplanes WIHNIPEO,. Am.. 9^A .special dlspatcfi to tha^bune from Ly-leton. Mm., "P|BUl';air�s learned today.- ^ REIAND WANTED : government Calls Them in- Sinn Feiners Do Not Obey "hoboes" are accompanied In their wander lags; by children, usually their own or t�inaa of some relative. :In most casei^thes^ children are temporarily placed In an orphanage Or similar Institution, at least until It appears^hat the refugee relative Is ready to settle doWn and make a hothe somewhere. - The children refugee la the greatest present-day relief problem In Poland, accordlngrtp reports gathered by the American Red Cross, for It is these chlMren, devitalised and weakened by the wandering life of the past years, that must soon take their place as the men and Women of the new country. The |led Cross reports indicate that there are more than 500,000 orphans in Poland. D'ANNUNZrt)'S WAR DECLARATION A DUD TRIESTE, Deo. 3.-Up to 1 o'clock this afternoon D'Annun-zlo's declaration of a state of war between Italy and the Flu-man government, which was to nave aaken effect at midnignt, had been prfaductive of nothing but complete silence. So far as appeared no preparations were under way on either side. Official word from the Flume administration on the situation was lacking, no communique having been Issued by the D'AnnunzIo administration. --- U. 8. GETS INVITATION DtTBLIN,, Nov. 10.-(By >^Iail.)-AU arms and ammunition in Ireland have j ^j^^t__________ _____ ___ ,_. been cafled In by the government, and i g^nment had not yet come to a decls- WASHINGTON, Dec 3.-The Invlta tion of the League of Nations that the ] United States name a delegate to sit In a consultative capacity with the league commission on armament was received today at the state depart-Offlcials said there the gov what the British navy had to ooBiptitib with during the great war. Taking the picture as a whold^ it is. remarkable, and etery Canadian should a6e it. Mutt ft Jeff in one of their delightful comedies are also on the bill, which forms a show that .will be wall liked and appreciated by all theatregoers. ' "THE GEISHA" F. Stuart-Whyte's elaborata revival of the world-famous musical comedy, "The Geisha," the moat famous and at the same time the most delUilitful of all the long lines of musical comedies which followed closely VQpn the Gilbert and Svflllvan era of... thirty years ago, will be the attracUpn at the Majestic theatre on Frtds^ and Saturday, this, we^lfc . * " . This revival has been mada,ta; response to the wide-spread demand for more of this typQ Of reid musical shows. Th^ music of "The Oelslia*' '� considered by most people to be as far ahead of the tuneless Jazs offered by the present-day so-called musical comedies, that' It's melodious tuhes will seem like a "breath of fresh ah-to a fever-strtcken man dying on the desert." when compared, with the musical fare which weihave had dished up to us in the last few years. In selecting a cast for this oharm-InK musical play of old Japan, Mr. Whyte has chosen Miss Kitty Arthur I for the title role. Miss Zara Clinton for the part of Molly, Miss Grade Reynard as the French maid, and Mr. John Barrett-Leonard for the principal comedy character, all the other parts having been filled adequately with a large number of t!l.e i foremost English musical comedy artists now available. f1%iPA% DECEMBER olosa toaeU wttli the "^xttas der that.the enomous" eapwd might; �ot naturally and to atmf lon[alT-4he, popular Coantrx.. Qtore Vodvll Nito-promises to eclipse its ftredecessors In the number and aual-ity ot the.prises to be given away, and In the laughs that will be provoked. It is now a criminal offense lor anybody to be in possession, however Innocently, of such articles. Permits iiave been abolished. Needless to ,5�ay, the Sinn Feiners have not given MP any weapons and the order has ,j>nly Operated against ordinary people d t his . delusion.. But that did not If save him from prosecution and the .�howed .how. needful wa^ the qpmehl's "precautions, for the' an Feiners got Into his house and do away with his gun, while the pn was pending. ion on the qnestion pjC representation on the commission. CUT WORfaNd HOURS OF COTTON WORKERS JIANCHESTER, England, Dec. 3.- The section of the cotton trade that uses cotton from the United .States lias decided by a ballot, the result of which was announced this afternoon, to reduce the weekly workii^ hours from 48 to 24. This decision affects 100.000 operatives. The action of the Industry is attributed to a heavy decline in cotton and the poor demand for cotton goods from all quarters. ^ The nine-year-old son of Dennis Beli-vean, of Three Rivers, Que., was burned to death when the family residence was destroyed. Kingston children will not be allowed to attend the public schools unless they have been vaccinated. IRPHANS FORM N WUND AT PRESENT Big Job-Professional Hoboes OhBoylSomeStiints Choosing a semi-blind man as the mate tor an old maid, and a paralyzed woman with an ear-trumpet to be the bride of her elderly father, were among the achleviBments of Babs Hardcastle, played by Constance Tal-madge in "The Love Expert," the Emerson-Loos screen comedy, which will be shown at the Empress theatre today and tomorrow. But these were only a few of the triumphs of , the love expert, .who conducted ex CitOVemment is Trjing To Settle peHments from Boston to Florida. - A special two-reel educational pic- ture, "The German Raider,"- is also on the bill, v?hlch is one of the most remarkable films ever shown on any screen. The film was taken aboard the German raider, which shows actual scenes of sinking British, American and French ships. The film was seized by the British government, and is being shown in Canada for the pur- PROF. ALEXANDER COMING TO CITY Will Open Series of Lectures in K. of P. Hall on Monday Evening Next Professor W. O. Alexander, who begins his series at the K. P. Hall with a . free lecture Monday evening next, holds a unique position In his profession. He is not a believer In "bumpology," but presents his subject In a manner attracting to all. While in Ottawa his clever character delineations on the public stage caused a lively stir among some of the politicians there and drew from the Journal of that city an extended notice, from whicl^ Is clipped tne following: "Prof. Alexander's lectures are decidedly original, both In thought and language, and brimming over with Irish wit. He Is Intensely earnest in manner, his talks ennobling, and bis precepts would grace a pulpit The examinations of public man on the stage have been features of the lectures, the subjects having been among the best known -men of Canada. The accuracy of his readings show Prof. Alexander to iye eqtial to x^f. O. S. Fowler In his palmiest days." There Is no doubt the house will be crowded to the doors at his Initial lecture. By arrangement with the estate of the late George Edwardes, London. It you enjoy a real attraction of merit, don't miss "The Oeisha.* Prices-$2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50c AND TWICE SATURDAY-AT 2.30 AND 8.30. SATURDAY MATINEE-$1.00, 60e. First prise tonight will, be a their �reat comedy "Nymp.ht and Nulaanoes" on. the blU. TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE IN "VIRTUOUS MEN" Will Be Seen at Colonial Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday Next Week ' WARSAW, Nov. 6.-(By Mall)- tthe Polish government Is making a determined effort to stamp out the iranderlng idlers now numerous In itostem PoMind. Six years of war ^ve elfiren rise to a class of refugee ;le removed from the professional ap;- Driven from their homes and lir legitimate occupations by the irar, these refugees have been wan-erlng over the country, fleeing from danger to another, until today it 0' hard for them to take up any real ^ork seriously. T Sometimes it is hard to tell the con-ad Idler from the deserving refu-, Be. The Polish government la trying i � got them all back to the district I Horn which they originally came. In 1 10ie meantime, in administering such | jfellef as It finds at its di.spoaa], it inlets that applicants for assistance must be willing to work. r.'Many of the refugee.^ who would be Ihbpularly classed in America as When "Virtuous Men," the big Ral^h Ince attraction stanfng ^d-waria K. Lincoln, Is presented by Manager Len S. Brown at the Colonial theatre on Wednesday and Thursday next week. It Is claimed all records in the matter ot Impreiisive crowd scenes will be broken. The subject dealt with In the picture, starring Edwftrd K. Lincoln and directed by Ralph Ince, required moce than ten thousand supernttmerarles. Several, weeks of "careful rehearsing and drilling was spent by would present "The Wanderer" on Friday and Saturday (with matinee Saturday), Becember 10 and 11. Tickets for this engagement, positively the only times tor "The Wanderer,", will go 99 sale at the .box office .Wedneadi^.-Del^ cember 7. " I earnestly advise all of our patrons who have not yet seen this superb, and wonderful production, to purchase, seats immediately. The engagement positivelly cannot be extended, be;^ond Friday and Saturday.,. ,, ( . (Signed) LEN S. BROWN,!M*r., ^ � Majestic Theatre. Mall orders now. Don't delay. There will be hundreds turned away. Get your seats at once before you're crowded out. Prices-Night: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.eo. Matinee: 75c to $2.00. # Pomence oF Love and Duty and the Poyal Northwest Mounted Police A big pulsating romance staged amid the giant trees of our own Canadian northern forests, and telling a ta�e of the heroism of our own Canadian R. N. W. M. P. Alsjo Aiao Jack Dempsey in 'Nymphs and Nuisances' "Daredevil Jack" A Vltagraph Howler. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES FOR THIS BUMPER SHOW. Constance Talmadge in "THE LOVE EXPERT" Cha'lcs Finchara, a retuiued sol-aier. anu his diiuKliter Gladys, kui-vived the tire which deBtroyert tlR'ir home at 39l' Mon. /^e Avi;., but liii tifite and threo sr-- were Piil'foeated in .the blaze by iiime.; irum ii:t' kiich;j.i heater Remember Connie, In "The Virtuous Vamp" and a Sinner"-Say, you want to see this one! 'In Search of EXPLOITS OF THE GERMAN RAIDER AND MUTT & JEFF A GHOW EVEP.yONE WILL ENJOY THE WOMEN OF MOOSE HEART LEGION WILL HOLD THEIR AAR ESSES J 5 SATURDAYJEC. 4m AT 3 P.M. IN THE MOOSE HALL, HIGINBOTHAM BLOCK EVERYTHING REASONABLE. TEA WILL BE SERVED AFTERNOON AND EVENING. A social evening will be given at the clo^e. Everybody welcome. PHOENIX TODAY AND SATURDAY The theatre that never changes its prieee. THE .KlERRY-GOi-iLOUND-WIUUAM FOXPRO0UCTION. Hit the Sawdust Trail! IT WILL LEAD YOU TO THE CIRCUS IN WHICH PEGGY HYLAND TAKES TICKETS, IS WOOED AND WON. SEE THIS LIVELY STAR IN IKE MERRY-GO-ROUND" A Wlillam Fox Production. BULGING WITH ROMANCE THAT IS MIXED WJTH FUN AND FROLIC. PHOENIX THEATRE-HERE FRIDAY Sunshine Comedy, and Fox News. LAST TIME TODAY "MAN AND HIS WOMAN" J 52 ;