Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHfiRIDGK DAVLY HUKATO MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1980 Canada's Need Of A Central Reserve Bank LONDON, Dec. As- sociated the plea for Imperial co-operation In banking and currency Tarfoua corres- pondents, the Times today remarks that It Is a. startling fact that the re-j latlons between the Bank of England: and the United States Federal Reserve Bank aro closer (ban the relations be-i tween the any hanking lu- !s that none of the dominions possess! a central reserve bank.; It the- Times a disadvantage to' the empire that less financial cckiper- atiops should he possible'between the Mother-Country- and Canada than be- tween Britalu and the United States. It reveals a'break In tho chain of im- perial" unity 'which is now of serious consequence to (he exchange ol goods within the empire. _ The Times sujgests that the an-' proaching'establishment of a central bank in points a way to. the remedy for the existing chaotic position in Imperial banking. Polit- ical and other objections to the scheme recently outlined by Mr. Darling at Toronto, ate .serious., but none so ser-. lous.can be. raised to the rcerit.in tha. different.countries of the; empire-of-proper central banks, ing currency arrangements suited tpi the peculiar needs: of each. eluding a ballet of 30 girls led by cnre.ln the beautifully'furnished llv-jtbe spectacular episodes 'which class' comedian'sand dancers, will Charlotte the beauliful (lug-room of punmfiige' In order) abound throughout the entire length of goffer fifteeu minutes of fast'and fur- dancer, "JINX" [lo secure the proper realistic effect, j "Virtuous Men." 1 decided to have no rehearsals of 1 OF TRAV- EL'ING CIRCUS LIFE Critics pnneitates photoplays jiu col contend "ffiiT always whole- some for Juvenile audien- Mabel IS oruiaud s iery latest Goldwrn Pjlstaje, which will he presented the Phoenix theatre today is, a production Crom the parental stfesfpoini, for It Is thorough- ly clean aud Ihe fuony these scenes, but let It go irltH tie ad- fiiQBiilon. to the two players "to make a real-rough-and-tumble fight for It." Thejrjlld. Throwing all 'caution as to actors engaged in a terrific struggle. Chairs ant" tables are overturned, chande- liers aud portieres pulled dowu aud the furnishings of the room .completely wrecked.: Lincoln is picked up bodily byrCummlngs aud thrown across the table, narrowly escaping eevero cuts from.a broken glass bowl. He picks FINE VAUDEVILLE At COLONIAL TONIGHT AND.TUESDAY With an attractive vaudeville bill, Nlmz, vloliuUt of note, will otter his clever opuetalty act. Starr and :Uudeu. in "Dowa Mel- ody will please music lovers the Colonial theatre will ba a popular jwlth their fine singing voices and place of amusement today and Tues-i pleasing 'day. i "Korftst a tala of tbo The Wllsons.-a duo of will be tlia feature athletic gymnasts, will bo seen in photoplay attraction, and with.a new In new Terry and Bell, a team of firet up to the mark. aredevil act, oue whfch abounds jVrUma colorescope sabject and a flri thrills and sensations. -comedy tha whole show will be rlgh right A SCENE FROM THE GREAT MELODRAMA 'VIRTUOUS THE COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK. AT SIR ARTHUR.CURRIE ON BANK DIRECTORATE MONTREAL, Dec. the meeting of the Bank of Montreal shareholders today it was decided to Increase the slie of the board from IB to 13 and Srr Arthur Currle. principal of McGlll Uni- versity, "and Sir Lormer Gouln, the former prime minister of, Quebec, were appointed to the new The old board and officials wert re-elected. ESKIMOS THREATEN REPRISALS ON INDIANS CITIZENS' CANDIDATE WINS WINNIPEG, Dec. 6. Jack O'Hare, candidate of the citizens1 declared elected-to the council'this.afternoon for.the onp-year term In Ward 2. Elim- ination 'of the lower candidates gave-him a slight majority over Dr. S. J. JohanneEon, labor can- CONTEST IN SASKATOON SASKATOON.-Deo. eleventh- THE.- PAS, Man., I Falls, on the Copper Mine rivef, if the Eskimos havo Iheir way, some I 'day be the scene of a fierce hattlo be-] ___________._____ _______... tween': Eskimos and Chlppawoyan In- hour candidates for civic offices In dian> of Lac du'Brochette to avenge Saskatoon nppsared on nomination the massacre of thirty. Eskimos :it day. Mayor A.. MacG.-Young and Al- Bloody Falls more than a quarter of dermarf- Howard McConnell are ean- a century ago. The Eskimos ol North- dldates for mayor. era Manitoba still harbor a deep hat-' red of the Chippaweyan Indians and' declar'e their treachery will he wiped1-! out in tho blood of hundreds'of.Chip'-y pavreyans. .1 Certain .death awaits the Indian who dares to .venturo into the-Eski-i mos land, at any .lime and Ilils-has! 'been number-'' ing abonyifty.'swooped down uponHhf 'asieep.beside .VlJie' fills': and themUp last j. Various reasons have'been assign-! ed for this wholesale murder. Thai Eskimos say they never saw. a Chip- paweyan before.: Tho redmen claim ..some fancied .wrong, .but what that really is they tail to make clear. Any eicuse seemsi.good enough to ex-' Proteed with the examination, doctor. So Wallle became the hero of "Sick Abed" again. According to the pic- ture, hs was just feigning illness to help a frleud out of a laughable mess. The film, which Is a paramount Art- craft, will be shown at .the theatre today and tomorrow. WAR IN THE HOLY LAND AT EMPRESS NOW .Lively Star Leaps Out of Kole.-when Dance .Music Strains Invade the Studio plain it was after "tho pelts and 'HtlECTED MAYOR .v De't. T. The scene, as they say.' In the 'print- ed plays, was the Lasky studto.: Un- der the. Illy sjieets that adorned tho' bed'laV Wallace -Held, ia (irpund his forehead and a'.'pained Beho Daniels stood Davis wa'5jje.lected :mayor, of Prince Albert byta'cclamatitmV; GRASSiCK AGAIN REGINA, Dec. Mayor Grasslck today by. acclamation of neiina 'Ifor wa.- chief niogistrato 1921 Free Lecture Tonight '.Those Interested In the study of htiman nature will have. 'the oppor- tunity tonight to hear 'Dr. Alexander, the and talented lecturer, who op.eus Ills engagement at Ihe "K. of P. lialfiwlth a free lecture. All who heard him'- on previous occasions were dc- liglitcd with his lectures, and ho will History Repeats Itsdf In Scenic Ef- fects and Bibllological Import in "The Wanderer." It is an interesting coincidence that just when the Holy Land was ngnrlng daily in the news dispatches, a.drama- tic spectacle which Is placed' within the area i recently fought over; by. the British army and tha Turks should be announced for presentation In Leth- bridge. t This dramatic production Wanderer" which will be'Presented at tha Majestic theatre next Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 "The Wanderer" will carry audien- ces back 3000'years ago, when war- 'are was more simplified but when hu- man passions ran as deep and plex as they do The scenic effects in the spectacle lave much of historical and.biblical mport One eceno enows Judc-an dwelling, set 'amid a panora- ma of the hills in Hebron liear Jeru- salem. It was over these very hills thai Saul waged his victorious warfare. It was there that the Jud defeat by the It wasr'there that the Crusaders fought to redeem Jerusalem. And it Is there that man wars against his.lellow .nian today. The period of the play' Is in the i time of King Solomon.' The costumes! and; scenery have all conformity ..to. his-1 toricaV' teachingB, for; him self. staged-" th e; cast has iltgations of vulgarity, himself up and after several inInules marking Of terrific battling, lands a real knock- Tna story situations are grouped out blow ou Curamings' Jaw. It sends about a fraveling circus and an or-jibe latter tumbling headlong down a phans home Although tho little steep flight of stairs, where he lands of the picture wear simple uuconsclous at tho took gingnam irocss ihics sidci-1 more than ten minutes of first-aid! iags and.shabby Buttoned shoes In the treatment to revive-Cummlngs. Tte' orphan's home, it would he mlerest- result achieved on the screeh will send ing for a.udiencesito-seo those sameja through the mpvie au- lots on their way lo tha ttudio in. t'ue dlences who witness tho battle. LJn- morning. Little Frankie Ue, who has himself, suffered severe bruiaes, played so miny Important juvenile roles in and who car- ries a .comes to_ :he studio'wlltf'hlSinipther In his own' .quite the smart- est sallor suils eve'r tailor. With all his modest and soyish .a'tiaj.lovaSje.'-The other well- known! 'JiiTjWlie1 players' who with :Mls8.'JNorrnnnd'8re' Buddy -Mes- tAlice and Mayj Giraci, Pelejies jackson.-Jack Coudon snd Ypursijl'Rourk. OF ALL' VlHTUOjJS MENTAT VVED.-AND THURS.. while a grave doctor eiamined lie's heart with a From another set came the strains of jazz jmuslc.. ,i uneasily. The doc tor frojqiad.. Tho director started forward a warning shouts escaping losing two of bis Manager Len Brown states this flgbt Is but one of cumber of drama Ktarring.Eiii-ar'd.K. Lincoln on of "this week. scenei ever filmed will th'riltvthp audiences. Star- ring Edward K.'Lmcb'ln, directed by Ralph Incc, and with a notable cast, Including Grace" Darling and Clara Joel, this picture has been in the mak- ing for several'ifl'onths, Ralph Inco was particularly selected to direct this production because of the reputation which he has achieved for the handl- ing.of "puneliV scenes. The script'of the Initial production calla for no less than two spectacular.flght scenes, In both of which Lincoln figures as the leading character. Keeping in mind the wonderful flght stuff In '.'The Spoil- the producers decided to go this one The fight occurs between Lincoln and-Robert W. Cummlngs, who the .-Both-meY-are evenlyl The action oo oo'yt. FAIRBANKS WILL .-TOWN THIS WEEK; imr? coLomu Today and Tuesday .ANOTHER ALL-STAR BILL THE WILSONS In a sensational athletic and gymnastic novelty act. In N1MZ "Music a la Carte" STARR AND LINDEN Presenting "Down Melody Lane" PERRY AND BELL Nonsense" Special Feature Photoplay The Cashing Tale of tho Great Pine Forests, "FOREST RIVALS" A story' of primitive passions. In the wilds of Quebec, PRIZMA COLORSCOPE -Marvelous natural color mo- tion pictures. L-KO COMEDY CONCERT ORCHESTRA Same Popular Prices Matinees at 50c.. Nights at 7 and 60c; Children 25c. The Attraction Ever In Lcthbrldjt Company of One Hundred Flock of Sheep Large Ballet Three Baggage Cars Full of Scenery; MAJESTIC FRIDAY A.ND SATURDAY Matinee Saturday. Don't you go- Ing to he crowded put Get seats at once. PRiCES: Nights: 52.00, 52.50. Matinee: 7Sc, SEATS ON SALE- WEDNESDAY MAIL ORDER PRIVILEGE F. RAY COMSTOCK AND MORRIS GEST PRESENT 'THE WANDERED THE BIGGEST DRAMATIC SPECTACLE ON EARTH Written by Maurice V. Samuels.' Music by Anielm Gottzl. Staged by David Belaico. Company of large of sheep. The greatest all-star cast ever organized.- The magnificence of the Orient in, the time of King Solomon Is re- vealed In all its grandeur in this wonderful play. WITH FREDERICK LEWIS Fill out the. following order and mall to manager of'Majestic Theatrel with an addressed and stamped envelope. 'Include the proper amount by jnoney brdor'or currency. DO NOT FORGET TO INCLUDE WAR TAX. 1 MANAGER, MAJESTIC THEATRE, .Lsthbridge, Alia. Enclosed please find 5- war tax of of in tho location the evening perform- anco of Yours very truly, (Address) "This-attraction has.my personal endorsatlon. It is'the' biggest of tie LEN. S. IHIOWN, Mgr., Majestic Theatre. Th i fSIosiey, GSa'rles and i many.other flayers of le'nVand reputation. j A dock of real .sheep ts includad' among tbe-impcrtant duction. Then.'toQ, over one hundred in 'the. company; in- i'.'Tljdei, put I Wallle suddenly to the camera men "and sprang out of bed.; A ffiw hurried words to Bibs Dtin. Icla. She amllcd and nodded. Wallle placed lita arm aijout. her 'and, disre- garding ithe scandalized director, ;a lively -jazz dance- step. Just, as they did in the previous Reid ''Tho -Dancin' Fool." When the rnusic stopped, so did the danc- ers, .and .Vallle climbed bock Into bed.- V no" doubt bo greeted with a lino "I'-cqUldn't: help he apologized dlenco Exlu chairs have, been EC- (laughingly.' "J'm sick of acting nick, cured to accommodate the crowd. land the :jazi music slarted mo ofC.i laydeez and Genlmen, le PHOENIX Presents TODAY and TOMORROW That Great Circus Story, "JINX" The.Biggest Show on Earth "Jinx" Is one of the liveliest pictures that you'll ever have the pleasure to see. It Is tho best Mnbel Normand" picture than hotter than and that's going Some! it, in bigger and better than 'Tolly of the Circus." :SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRESENTS MABEL NORMAND IN "JINX" GREAT MELODRAMA OF THE YEAR This Week Wed. Thurs. this Week RALPH INCE'S SMASHINGLY DRAMATIC STORY OF TREMENDOUS POWER AND VIRILITY WALLACE R-EID' ft'SICK A8EO' A fWWWOUNT AftTCRAf T PCTUSt 'I don't want to get well' WAIIAfF RFID ITrtLiLfllrLi ULiiL1 A Paramount Artcraft picture. of scandal: 2 paHs. Essence of ro- mance: 4 parts. Spirits of youth: 3 parta. Dissolve with two quack doc- tors and a Jealous wife; the for- est of Arden, n rainstorm and a madhouse; the law, a detec- tive, a saxophone and a ue.iuli- ful r Botllo It all up wltii Waltaco Rold and shake wol! with laugh- ter. OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS A Picture That Makes You Sit Ujg With B great cast of players including the notable actor EDWARD K. LINCOLN. Seven months in the to and exciting Spectacular Forest Fire, THE GREATEST REAL RED-BLOODED FIST FIGHT EVER SCREENED Pure Unadulterated MELODRAMA "VIRTUOUS MEN" as the REAL BIG PHOTODRAMA OF THE YEAR pRicks Adults 50c; Children 25c. Positively no reserved Attend tho matinees If possible and avoid tho night crowds. 3 BIG SHOWS DAILY -Matinees, nl 2.30. Nights at 7 and !i. MANAGER'S NOTE I wish lo emphatically Btalo that this Is tho most extraordinary mid-week show I have over presented at tho Colonial. (Signed) LKX S. BROWN. COLONIAL NEXT WED. and THURS. IN ADDITION "THE RACE OF THE AGE" Miirvelous motion pictures of tho great- est horEO race in Man o' War vg. Sir Barton "YOU TELL 'EM LIONS I ROAR" Wild animal comedy.