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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta |�AGRTWEUT5 8 Aims to vindicate her dead husband SATURD/iy, DMMBEa 4, 1920 I 1 :'ARmiORE, Ojg�!-Public d will be sou;?1it by vindica- 4lon of her husb^^i Mrs. Jak@ L. Hamon, widow of tlip I(6publtcan national- cnnnnittcfiiiKui ttnd Jinillionaira oU liing, who died from a bullet wound Friday, acrording: to tbe widow's plans today. Mrs. Hamou, endorsed as a candi-flate to succeed her husband as tho Bi,ep\iblican national tommittrouv.in from Oklaboma a;t an informal jiieoi ing of Kepublicans who attended !Ia-njon's funeral yesterday, has di i.liMOd her .willingness to make tlie riii. licr selection, she believes, would b'- ;i w-pudiation of tbe charge that licr liiis-band had been sldin by Iiis foimr.- iri;l secretary, Mrs. Clara Smil'i M.jraou. wife of Hamon's nephew. 3^3- New York has one hundred nnsolv-(d murder mysteries this year. MAJESTIC TOMT your LAST CHANCE TO SEE "THE GEISHA" THE ONE BIG ELABORATE PRODUC~!ON EVERYONE is TALKir;.^ ABOUT By arra-igoniciit with llio �;'y;'-!i 'e rKiM';'r in wiiich the i'a!i(:ouV>�r !)(i)pli,> ini.'rt tho c-.>n.siit;!i-ly incn-as'Tiily iiTiraln'r^ ol Xortluvebl rc;;:di.ilt= wiio visit the eo.i.sl city di;r-ihf '.vinter ir^ sV.ov,-n by the roce:r ' nct'.iTi of t!>'> \:i;jcouver Golf and :'C'our;(;-y Club wiiifh' b,is acrurdtd prairiu vi.^iUirs polling privileges over ; its iiiuc'MtiiU'r.i liirhs, just cutsidf UiO ! (Jiiy lir.uis. \isitor's cards are is^in d j oil appliCaiioii to V.r. .1. R. Davi.,;.;! ; at the Viuicouvor ruhiii-iiy Biirt'i'i, ; llie sumi-iiublic � onuiinziatioii wliii'i'. i looks after conu'ort and wclfa;-.', I of prairie vis'tor.s (iaring tlioir i--.ray. ' Agricultural readers who arc lUiiiU-, ' iiif? of visitins XaiaMuver wir.tcr ' will be iiilercsicil in tho ;.aurL iclu: o course in agrimlture which will boPRESIDENT-ELECT I !.."�"> RING i-ivati .'uring Junuarv ami Februarv : � RETURN!;-:g TO marion i  _a._-. V STEAM SHIP I i'.y Wi'.elPSB to LO-4dON.-Sir Herbert Frodorlek Colo, nuilti-millionaire h^ead of a big dry goods firm, was plaintiff in the famous Old Railey Criminal Court against Mrs. llolga Sawrey Cookson, �12, in the most sensational blackmail caat' in locont yi:ma. His fatiicr, the late Sir Frederick, died aliout a year ago leaving ?(!.r;()0.()00, and Mrs. Cook-sou in her blackmailing lettor demanded from Sir Herbert a yearly sum of $?5.000 to "buy and furnish a house 'in London" and for the payment of her debts. It was revealed in court that Mrs. Cookson had known Sir Herbert since 1913 and that in 1914 he gave hor 550.000. , . j\;rs. Cookson got, off with a light sentence. She was bound over on i\er to write letters to prominent nolgh-bors of Sir Herbert making certain al-leKfltions against him and to burn his, valuable collection of pletufos. EARL OF DERBY WOULD RATHER ^lAVE RESPECT THAN ANYTHING ELSE LONDON,-The Earl of Derby, retiring British ambassador to France, speaking at Liverpool yesterday, said: "Don't makcj any mistake. Great Britain is bang at the top of tlio tree abroad. There niay be some who {16 mjt like.us. There are many who, dp not in the least understand us, but there is not a slnglo one who does not rospoct us, and I would sooner have that than anything else." PROV/iVliEXANGBR AT � THE K. OF P. HALL Prof. Alexander who is well known thtoiighliut : Cphnda apd ihe United States, as a lecturer and phrenologist, will open his series at the.K. of P. hall w IH' a fr^ lecturd 6!t Monday evening, Dei:!. 6th. �e' will bB renlehi-bered as delighting houses when here years ago. The Saskatoon Star, speaking of his opening lecture In that city, says: "Sparkling with wit, the lecture given by Professor Alexander, the noted phrenologist. In' tho Sherman theatre, was one of thp most unique and enjoyable that has yet boon heard In Satikatoon. A capacity house greeted the speaker, who hold his audience spellbound, now with dramatic effect and now with flashes of humor and the enthusiastic ap-plnr.r.o that punctuated the entertainment throughout, spoke well for the proCoHsor'k popularity during the rest of his stay in this city." die wjl> no doubt be greeted with a crowded house. POINTED PARAGRAPHS The, things people want to know rtie ihost are usually none of their business. Contentment has one advantage over wealth; people don't try to borrow it from you. 'uri'ig Jinnuiry iimier .iijlnt aii.jnti^os of the I."iiiver--j i.y r.r. una iiio y.m.c.a; t:;.' lh month in I'.!...i'ion. A few i;-..;. ,s will be i--c-C'.ipU-'d with clFav.iiL" �,,;> his a'.'cir.nu-'I'l:'^ Vuion of South Africa has ae- I L.ted correspo; dci.rp ; .1 the Konaior qui ,i orh'Vs Hotel, o'ri;i)vin;; a. fine I vH! hold hid iivM. 1fp of Na'ions >!'� in 'i'rai'.il.r^Jir Siiuare. Lop.don. audi in:ii': reupe on Derc r ll'. llo hopes iiu;ld there cxtei't^ive dominion : t;i ly.uaplc'.e "ihi�se co,:;liCi.cea by the vi'.i  -d 7 Also a thrirdnc; t" ferring to the r.'-'iy ..River's End" .^.n,;i 'iV;, cluslvely at the ilr,-,:,; madgo iii "Tl,  ,'_o.l ' better photoj;!.-./;. �.h' pleased the: t: c-^;oc;.-, niiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Remember! "THE WANDERER" is not a motion picture bu*, i.=; the biggei-.t and liest attract'on ever in this city llilllllllllllllll FRIDAY and SATURDAY, DEC. 10-11 MATINEE SATURDAY Seats on Sale Wednesday Don't delay-^Get them at once before you are cro'wded out. iiniiiiiiimiiii You Will See Tisha lure Jether, the prodigal son, on to ruin, dishonor and destruction in this wonderful play. niiiiiiiniiiiiii What th^ Winnipeg Papers had to Say-About This Wonderful Play Winnipeg Free Press, Tues., Nov 23 Winnipeg Tribune, Tues,, Nov. 23 "Tk Wanderer" "The Wanderer," a cla^-sic plory that thrillK the soul, v>Mth a st-rlin.:^ ; ';ast in a ni;',;;;ui;cent setl.i"K. opi'ii- j id a �weok'.s eu;-ra5enient at tho Wal'cer thratre last nish!. to a do-I;u'l'.'.-d audiMice. This groat Biblical play founded on the world-old slor>-' of th.o Trodlfxa! Son, U 011-3 (';:'t ti'aidies t'-e ruprr'ne l(!'.;soii- -fa.'ih and oliedi'^iive-ai'd it i.s roiMe witliin the r^ark to state that "Th^ \Vard-r"r" i-; just as well Irt-M'-prettMl thi;- yenr a.-i at last 'sv-r.-ain's Olicnin':r. althon^�h or." mi r,.'s thi; p(^rsonality T>f Nance O'NeU. Miss IVTary Condon, -who has the part oV t,he niother to interjiret. ha.s an im-pressLve sta-r^e pros-^pce, and hT r'.l."i'l.^� toi'p", have tliat ;'ini'erlty of fc'dinrr so n^eo isarv to the role, i Fr.�,.!.�; k Levi-, share- largely in | the hoi:ors as .lo'h.-^i'.. th--' I'rodisal. 1 III?, v.-ork tli''on"hi)iit ad.dod lURtr-? ' to every si ^I'o. I'.ir? ol' th.e . city was .'iv.'l' told, one of tlie b- st � sp,,. hr-''va on l.h - \Va!!:-'r i :-1:v o. In the f.eeo'ld and third ' ar-t': !.,. ro^;i- to Iv^irrht' of art l;,ti'\-. j Only he (ii'i'd play the r-on to rneh �. :i n^oiiii.T as portrayed by Miss; Condon. |    I A-iothr-r type that arrested att n-i til was that of Ti.'-h. a vampire,: !>':',by Chp-h^fl'- Wynters. It; �vvas in the second act, tiis hi:; so T.e ; � d' th'; drama, that, tliis lady did { !i;^r most ehle'jtive wnrl:. T'rs ; : !;iiv,-s the house ol' iN'arilin.a. wh' re : "Onn year.s aso Idolatovs rev(dlo I in i all their wichedness. Here thoj prodit-^al is led to diisraco and dl ;. : honoi'. One sees Kamhlers. el'i-'its j an-i dancers in Rreat nnmhirs in i unrestrained revels. !\Uss W'-'ii- j if'i'H nave some exeollent daiieinr; 1 I'f tin- Oi'iental tyre, and th.e act is ; crowned villi man.v int -nse dra- 1 m.'^t^e i"onv"ts, whi' � the si.'ene is' so d'ift!,'- h;,'nd!-^d, witli .'i lourii (>f ; del'fary, tl at rotiii'iit Is overdone, j Iticli dra'i"-i'".\', fon''li"-', Ih'lits, s'a-i t',i:;ry, wiiii the, rirnre of the idci'.'i-?or.,' od inrlce for hiirharie si)]r-ii-dor th-l almnvt da";-lc'i tlie lu'l.old-f'Y. Instead of the ci't of the lle-'n'oii home tli'- w'.inderer is s.-ithiV Cd v.'itji diH'.'-es hv ijeautiful pirl.;. whii'li to Hi-:; :!'.!(';:iator of innl �rn d:\V'- .'ir-. VI rv .''llni'lnK- it is S''n-I'Uiilisly li; :;>itiful. Tlicre ai'o r'^al slie"yi and sli"p-liii'i! iKj;;'-' inakin!.': ii heanliiifl and J.,.]�:.( ic pl/ture. and as (lie illtle Mvl Mrd. crossed in I'ron.l of the :t;!-'' ron:nls of apiiiau.' ' sir' i"d iln^ai froai (he Iv.ciy of I'l:' t': alro. ;�(> ox';nlsite were tin- il >!.:!.!. Mr, 'I'jior? !� y as Caal, t!i!' Iiro'.'ier, also mad" an e.\i'elh;nt iriij.re.ssion. Presented by F, RAY COMSTOCK and MORRIS GEST StaiPd by DAVID BELASCO With FREDERICK LEWIS THE BPSGEST  DRAMATIC SPECTACLE ' ..ON EARTH Never' in . history ^ has there be.en on toar an al-tractibn r7 3 big with an all-star ca.st. I fn the la: I trn-r.s hc.'lU'. t'Ol-rs, h"- M 1 it'':-.-  f wins for':iv( n-'-'s, am] !, c:1 into hi" I". )(h'-r's :. the stern l,''.'!;i ;� r"h-i i I..ov .�onf.-sll.:;t h �> ;��'(! still ho"'r f..r or:-slri'C'S h;:rd M;" ' !'�;! fo-c'o, it" l.i'Mli tal il n will .:;i;t rtai.i l.h rriinii.alinu. ovoi- of the hi- mi -� si-fni;^ ' i ( til" rirodi!';al re-'hrnr h 'ji rr-s and i'-r;-- f.ir i''-; sins 5 is rc.-"!v-r-^^. MM'n \"!en Ihe has. "inned Th" .ii'i'ili' COMPANY OF 100 Flock of SheSp, Large Ballet, Three. BariQafie Cars Full pf Scenery and Animals. lno;j! 'lis-: GET YOUR SEAT AT ONCE BiEFORE YOU ARE CROWDED OUT MAiL OKDrRS NOV/ ON t;ALE .\o :honh rV." lad �-'�] ( ::;ii.l 111" ". .t i:i !� V laiir'r ilve. l.il � lid si'o that 1 I (he .'ti rn:i] s o ',�(".; of >"i " I", I" |.ot. until 111 ."Ir llle h.-M'o "1 ill! :;l;Ui-. >�" at"i -ri'r" V-ii: ; a pi.iht ::�"> n '^."i- and ;i f;! �* \- '.\ � / rl,.l>- euacI'Ml, si 1 oil 'v. liih i-ania , 1,,;-. Ihld ' Mil. lard !lie 1 (" and is 11 "�, .) .I.e. pr^iCES: NightE-$l.'3tJ. $1.&0. $.2.00 7.2.50 tvtatinees-;5c, $1.00. ?1.E0, ?.2.00 Gaturd.Ty iristince for oiit-of t ^'.vn People; C'o-tai.'i 2.30; df^'.vn at 5.00 Soul-flrliig in Its intensely d,;:^ers liirliiiig abroad, not the I least of which are the women, is hcart-rondiuK. -And'what a mother is Miss Mary Condoa, her sympa-thet'c pleadinKS wearinpr hard on tlie heart, she attalnin,;? the ilrama-rict with great emotional interprota-� tions. ! And what a father. ]''rederick j IVTosloy. who finally yields the soli I his poi'tion that he may not starve, i his mother's courageous thon.'jht. .'Vnd Naomi, too. Miss ICleanor Sandman, is .adorable and winsome. .At:companied hy his new friend. Tola, plnved ad'nirahly by Charles Cl'lne. .Tether leaves for .leriisalem, (iiere to bncou'.e the prey of Tisha, tlio vampire dauKhter of Nadina. The si'i no is immense, colos.sal, reflete in detail, a palatial homo w'lli Its couches, elegant drapery, IV'hts, and there Jether meets his doom, sr-nids his substance in riot-j ons rove'*-,', awal.-ening, yet iuum)!!-' Kc'.ons in his mad pursuit of ,the I lov'i' of Ti"ha, Hero Jetlinr, played j hv l'"rederick Lewis, as in the first ' SI"Mie, ri"..'s to great dramatic ' h'-'-',iits, aei.no'M.ing liinT-elf woiulor-: fully. It 1." upon tho Itnlitning jires-; en"e of N'r-oml, sho again swiftly i vi'n!"h!-'r from tho scene of revel, I that .lilv>r is .aiven the lirst i.-laro jot li.!',ht. and "aad-! aware of his sin. Itrt rot until he has sonnn-di-i'od his all in .i;amhling and iio(, and ei-i.^n hi-; "Iriends" turn a cold shonid'-'T' upon his overtures for Jinan'":-. i A': !'u. in (he l;i,,( s;-'"'le. a repo-Itit'loii oi' (!"' fir:l in setiiti::;, Ji-ther (I'^s |i i,tl\'-r, l.;s, father and Naomi, jte'm to r\,'\i;o the retiini realistic, l^>artr!''t .'Old tense in dramatic mo-n'l i'.fs. i;;i;il. too, .lelher's brother, I hara"terb.ed hv T!ii i-ru'd 'i'lnu'n-lon. is a Iv.rd. h.'n.rtei! clniracter, ;s,;!,ii';m o'llv atler (he mother's 1 Vi^ ''!>� ph"i,.llnas. 1 :'h."iill. l\i'. !S .Alarriaret lU'.N'li. .\'a-'I'i' �;. 1 ".'Il r ijf (!>.( pal;:!hil lod'-inj; ; iii .l"ra:''"ir. and in r.yt all in tlio : fa �\. M'h.' . - . h, I. n:' � I r. tir; : 111 II I:-' ''�oil'lv cl!:ir:i"lorl;M> lli,. �i'.hn' not (ill' sU;;hte:,t -'�ii' ji's'irovenirnl, �n.lerer" will long he roil and rheri,dir"d as one of :! 01 .nortiinitii's for lov-n.'.--li'f.Miia, of tlio wholesoiu.-, hil". n!oaiii!);j ful niavs of v; III he a iiiai irn"- on \\"i d-''�'y "ii'l f'tttiirdav afti-riioons .�{ : n-.ij V,.�(!<. B. A. K. DOM'F M!:;S SE-ING THIS LilG Ar.D WONDERFUi PLAY. 11 iS GUARANTEED TO EE ALL WE SAY 725734 ;