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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKAID TUESDAY, DECEMBER Uourassa's "Paper Publishes Some Interesting Political Talk MONTREAL, Devoir Bays today that the" eulraaco of .L. J. Gauthler. M. P. for SI Hyacinths, into the federal cabinet, has been settled and tbat an announcement to tlite effect la "only a master of hoars. Le Devoir adds that Sir Loiner Gouln, from, the mauage- icont o{ La Tresse In to de- voto himself to his duties as president of the Montreal University was uouriced ycstprday, Is no stranger to the arrangement to have Mr. Gauthler enter the cabinet. LQ Devoir milter "intimated'that 1} is believed in well- informed circles tbat Sir Lomer blm- telf wlli shortly go to Ottawa. became situated more In the ,fote of Starr and IJnden line drawn upwards from the spinal with, a .neat and plenslaj Mngla'f and cord until in tho case of the dog this harmony set, rlshtly styled "Down Datable cuts tho camera. evat-jassembled beforoUnd Gesti have staged It under the! j "VfperMtial direction at that master oil I ot'thelr children b'y "the rod. Dvv_ r.....-------- profsssor declared-he would rather Wi3 uv fjlmz, a good looking have bis child's back broken than j.oung tellow js-. rignt at tomo will. He will speak tonight on Sue- wleh hU violin. It's not so much what cess or Failure; Mmi as u u tba way he. does It., tie just "lays on his fiddle" and It'e "some music" ho geU-from Ills neat appearance, and nisi act won the plaudits ot a well pleased auiliiuicA latt nleht. Perry and a couple' of real MAY NOT ASK FOR RECOUNT WINNIPEG. Dec- declar- ation uf election results was mado at noon today at tho city hall. 3. J. YWuous _ by j modern stagecraft, Belasco. uivrviy u I ctt nils the eye and' contrast pastoral! Doesn't He keofRoii Speaking before a good sized sud- Sence In the K. of P. hall last nlgnt. Professor W. 0.'Alexander was''acvord- ed a_ good reception. ..Tfhls Was: Ilia first In Lethbr'idge this season anu-ko will speak each Anight ezcept In tbat'-hall this Professor' Alexander is' a ph'fehoi- ogist but he. doe a not believe. In "bumpology." Last night bo gave his .-talk In a .clear cut manner and his .Irish his audience In 'good hunor ''Brains and tho Man" wa.s the talk ami In expounding his iheuies he-compared .different shaped heads of men prominent in the life of "the "world. He also compared heads .of animals. "fBeginnlng wllh the reptile, acknow- ledged to possess the least Intelligence animals, he showed Ibat as in- telligence became taore and more pronounced the heads'of these animals Farmer, defeated mayoralty, candi- comedians hafl the crowd laughing date, stated .today that he had not yet last night for a solid fifteen minutes.! definitely decide! whether a re-count ono of the boys hi an eccentric make-1 of Ihe election asfced. up supplies the laughs thick and fast.! And best of all. It's all good, -clean humor. Ono of. the best novelty acts seen season was Son a play remarkablo skill and strength, and work nicely together. In a special stage settiug, with little: dash of special lighting effects, tho Wil- son's act pleased immensely. The pictures' this week arc. good, this being especially BO of tho short Prizma colored film showing scenes In .Glacier Park. These Prlsmas are an artistic treat, and it IE sincerely hoped that 'Manager Brown 'will be able to secure one each week.! The same show- will be repeated 'for the last times tonight (Tuesday) and makes a visit to the Colonial well worthwhile. series pfj u nbroken, screen .f ucce ss QS. It jhas anil forms! an engrossing entertainment..-r The management ,pf ito Colonial stales that "Virtuous Men" cost over J250.000 to produce. Five cameras were used to Insure photographic per- fection; thirty, massive and unusual sets were constructed for the-produc- tion under direction of Charles Chap- New Wallace Reid Pbtoplay Travels over 1COOO supernumeraries were used by Italph luce s.cenes.. The star rola will bo Interpreted by Edward KV Lincoln, supported by tj season was offered by The. Wll- W Kuwam K; Lincoln. Euppgrteu uy us. a tou ot gymnasts who perform! Clara Joe Broadway avorlte; Grace variety of new Blunts. .They dirt- Darling, Stobcrt W.Cttm- 'WtlllBm DTnnVt.Alf Irving Brooks, William Cohill, Danny Hayes'and othersiwell k'nown on stags and screen. Added .to the .wonderful feature 'Virtuous Men." on Ihe same program will bo shown, the..only authentic pic :ures of the classic race between Man 0' War and Sir Barton. nedy Star Provides Laughs In Adapted front Stage Wallace Reid in a spirited Eoreen verslon rbf the" stage. farce, be Ui> attraction at the KmpressUhep.tre today'and tomorrow "VIRTUOUS MEN" IS .A BIG. PHOTOPLAY Comes to the Colonial Wednesday and Thursday This One or the most Important prbduc- The one Reginald tlons of the year has been secured Jay, who gets himself into laughable for the patrons of the Colonial theatre by Jlanagtir Len Brown and will be presented as a special attrac- tlon on Wednesday o( This week. "VIrtildns Men" :ls the production. It stars Edward K. Lin- coln, was personally directed by Ralph Enco and con tarns of .the most Grace Darling, appearinE in "Virt ens Men1' at the Colonial Wodncada and Thursday tblr, week. Dr, Lectures K. P. Hall and "Failure Why" Character." Silver'Collection. Consultation In Lctubrfdge hoi HOom IS...... Don't mlaa his- famous iectnro Courtship and Marriage." lectures to men Sunday at X p.m. and 8.30 p.m. in Phoenix theatre. replications through trying to help n-old friend of his father's out of a rape. -The' latter has earned the rath pi. his jealous wife because'he it} a road-house ynth dy customer of bls.'fiiThV Regmald wanted as a star witness In the divorce suit. To escape, ho Igns. sick and a Is as- gned to'.attend him. Not only does Eggle put over, the deception suc- he. wins' the nurse in ,e bargaiu'. Vivacious Bebe flaniels figures as he nurse and an excellent comedy Mr.. Kald. Winifred Join Steppllng, and Tully also In the Eupportlng picturei which is a Para- mount, irtcraff, was directed by Sam Vood..1 '-J'-. attractions. irusalcm of the leriod of King Solomon, the magtil- leent. but it also makes wonderfully vivid tho great story of repentance md forgiveness. U has boen called be greatest spectacular sermon ever jreached. Very sensibly and offec- lyely, .the simple scriptural modd of speech has been retained, and not a faw of Iho actual lines of the parable are used. ttie of :'Th9 Wanderer" em' iracea such flayers of note and Inter- national reputation as Frederick Lew- Is. Mary Condon, Rlclunl ThorutTO, Josephine Deffry, Dwlghi Dana, Char- Fred Mosley, -Charles Cllae, Margaret liryn, John Dougherty aud uearly one hundred clhers, i COMING THIS WEEK WANDSflER" The most interesting of all the par ablcs recorded.'by .Iho evangelist Is that of the Prodigal Son, who farei forth from UiQ.Bweet simplicity of the sunklssed hilts of Judea to Tho Golden, when he "wasted his sub- stance in and then re- turned broken and body, to. receive forgiveness 'for his sins and feast upon the fatted .calf. In to the Majestic Theatre next Frfday and Saturday, Dec.'10 anil 11, with mat- inee Saturday, Maurice V. Sanuels has stage version of this old but ever appealing parable, transforming its simple narrative into, dramatic action, and djaloguG and with true prodigality.'' thSso enterprising young Messrs. 'Comstock PHOENIX LAST TIME TODAY -.V-'AT THE PHOENIX Is tfisjrootlve of revengo ever justl it' be. supplanted by That Is the auas- oil Qiai'ts propounded and answered u a Jesse D. Hampton- starring H. B. Warner, 'hich .will open at thti Phoenix theatre nobleman.'devotcd 'to his father, is suddenly unscrupulous.machin- friend, bis father's ofriines fiuVaiso the love f fils wife- that he has pipped he bitter draughts pi dfeappolntme'nt, 0 'Day baa hut one object in To Neir-.York. City, the melting pot 5f the world, the.trall leads. But Fate akes a'rhand. .The footsteps of Felix are drawn to a little antique shop. It s here that! he tastes bis .first touch of liapplDcss. Bow he. finally'discov- ers his. wlto and -his.'method of re- Tenge that he conceives, forms ,pne oJ he most Intensely interesting and en- ertaining Him dramas seen'for some] !me, f Supporting H. B. Warner.-'are Bueh r well-known screen Celebrities as LH-i Ian Rich, Eay Marguerllo 3now, L. M. Formes and Q- Andrews. Company of One Hundred Flbck of Sheep Large Ballet ithree Full of MABfiL NORMAND PROVES HERSELF A GOOD' ACROBAT proved ho'rself- .n..acrobat'." In her latest] Goldwyn.plctafc, EhovT.1) at. the Phoenix theatre! for the! last time tonight, Miss Norriiand .tburj lesqucs'-a series of circus stunts.'ghe1, appears in loose-titling tights ami n] pair of gorgeously flowered corsets j trimmed in rosettes, and walks tight ropo over, a wooly, moth-eaten'1 mattress. Then she conducts a clr-' cus of her own with all tho animal' pets of an orplian asylum dressed up' 33 "wild animals." Her director, Victor L. Intended that tho, circus amuse some future audience; but he opened his moutli in amaze- ment when his star began turning back springs with all the case aiiil agility of an old performer, walked, rope -.with perfect poise her hands while.ho counted7tt AND 469. PRICES: Nighti: 11.50, 12.00, Matinee: 75c, V.OO. li.BO, STARR AND LINDEN Presenting "Down Melody Lane" AND SELL Offering "Nonsensical Nonsense" .Special Feature Photoplay "FQREST RIVALS" A story of primitive passions In. the wilds of.Quebec. PRIZMA COLORSCOPE L-KO COMEDY CONCERT ORCHESTRA Adults Children 2k. COLONIAL WED. AND THURS. The Great Melodrama of the Year RALPH INGE'S DRAMATIC STORY OF TRE- MENDOUS.POWER AND VIRILITY; I With a Qrtat players, Including the notable acto.r, ED- WARD K. LINCOLN. Seven months Iri the making tri Thrlllfng 'and exciting' Spectacular forest fire! THE. GREATEST 'REAL 'RED- BLOODED FIST FIGHT.EVER SCREENED. Thcllls Stunts