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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT HBKAI.D DECEMBER 8, 1920 U the British Embargo Agaiitsl Canadian Cattle Was Removed WINNIPEG, Dec. (Canadian Pending further investigation the matter of the British embargo on Canadian live cattie Is !o be lefl with the executive committee of the Can- adian Council of Agriculture, who are empowered to (ate such action as they may find advisable., spec'al committee reported (o. the council tociay thai while the v believed; "restoration bf thejpri'vllogd of ship-M ping 'Canadian cattle to inland Brit- ish points on the'h'oot" would be' of I Terj great advantage to tie Canadian! producer', and the British consumer] alike there wero other considerations on. which they lacked specific The fear was expresses that the removal of the British embargo on CahadlaXcaUIS would mean the estatv llshmta' of a Canadian quarantine American catilo as a moans of preventing disease from reaching Canada and thence the United King-: dom' This would be followed by an] American quarantine against Canadian hlr-h would absolutely close tha United Stales-market, the loss of1 the committee, "would! more 'than offset any possible benefit from the' opening of the British mar- ket I If the executive committee finds thai the Removal of the British embargo- IB HL a ueiure ay would not jeopardize the American thealra Friday and Saturday eights this week and market they are asked to line up __ Ualdah Is ither's feet before he leaves iur the in "The at the Majestic Saturday matinee. other! forces the .embargo. urging the removal of New. Mayor of Winnipeg DEMAND CONFERENCE ON NAVAL NEEDS I LON'DON Dec Asso- ciated Times arid, ths Daily Telegraph today -comment edi-} tonally on the demand? of the adrair-! ally for an enlarged shipbuilding pro- p-am ba'ed on the United S'tn'es aid Japanese which demands do rjoPmeet with the approval of some members of the British cabinet. Both papers agree that the admiralty should summon a conference, not only bf naval men, bnt of. shipbuilders and scientific men similar to that which took place berore the era of dread- nought building was entered upon.: Neither' paper remarks -on the fu- ture participation of the dominions In defence i rAPPLfCATlON STANDS OTTAWA Dec. application 6f -the Van- couver harbor commissioners for an acts ihoV the pastoral home'of the Prodigal Son amidst the beautiful hll'.n of Hebron In Judei. In ths second act there is much elaboration of a scene which shows "The at the palace of the luxurious and unscrupu- lous Nadin.a in Jerusalem, Re-vela of wqmeu who live hut for the moment, games of chance that adventures con- duct for the fleecing of unsophisticated youth, every Indulgence of the baser senses, combine to make this scene most effective. Robbed at every turn, Inn Prodigal deserted by those held to be his slaunchest friends, Just like Youth Is In "Experience." Finally stripped oven of bin clothes, the Prodigal Son Is' driven forth Into a. storm to find! his way home where mother love per- suades the stem father to take back Into his. heart their erring boy. A most lavish and sumptuous pro- duction has heea given "The Wand-' which will be interpreted here i by many of the original New York eajjl, Including Frederjck. Lewis, Mary Ric.liard'.Thornton; Dwlght' Fred Mosleyi Josephlue' Bryn, John i RECTITUDE, ROMANCE AND -REVENGE AT PHOENIX Hla trust .and. confidence violated bjr his dearest fluancially ruined his father and stole the love of his wife, "caused' love of "God- fearing and upright Kelix O'Day to turn to hate and revenge until the aparks of lore and romance again en- tered his life. This Is the Iheme ot the dramatic offering today at the Phoenix: where II. B. Warner. In I he he pro- duction, "Felix IB being ahown ------------------ire, and1 In the' first act! a flock of sheep, goats and'dogs.a're introduced. Maurice V. Samuels, wrote "The and.David Bolasco.stagcd it. Appropriate by Anselra played by an augmented orchestra, DANGEROUS SCENES IN "VIRTUOUS MEN" AT .COLONIAL V NEXT WED. AN? THURS.: Edward K. Lincoln. tuous Men." tie Ralph Ince film at- traction which will be presented'by Manager Len BroVn on next Wednes- day and Thursday at the Cohnial the- atre, was called upon many hazardous scenes during ttfe produc- lion of the picture. Tbe toclety melodrama- teeming with'ac- contains innumerable specta- cular scenes. A tremendous forcat flre, Iff which the torch was actually placed ALBERTA TELEPHONE OFFICIAL RESIGNS EDMONTON, Dec. R. Pearce, general superintendent' of Alberta government tele- phones, has resigned. He will1 vat'nta the post next March to fl- become chief the C" New Brunswick Telephone company at Sf. John. sportanan, who.will be seen at the by Director Ralph Ince to an enormous i i-mpress theatre .tomorrow in "The tract of land embracing, hundreds-of Is the proud owner of jhilge trees, requires the the cow, and the manner in which the roie of the hero, to lead a, brigade of animal performs is attributed to.the untiring efforts of the owner, wio has devoted nearly five .months of his time to develop trie pasture freak. 'The unirtuejessfof this particular. cow, who haa been trained to toss her tail up and rlown, and not from side to side, PRESIDENT COMPLETES ARMENIAN TASK fessC Edward Paraell. president the Winnipeg" Board of Trade, Vas tils week elected mayor of Winnipeg over a 1U1 Ull wycft U1UL.LUU I _ -u order permitting the operation of the'B. J. Farmer, the unsuccessful labor commlssioa s trains over the V. V. I candidate. and F- and Canadian tracks at Burrard Inlet and Falser Creek, Vancouver, was adjusted this incrnjcs by the Hallway Commission. The board felt that there was laauf- representation of the parties interested and ordered lhaf the ap- plication be served on the city of Van- couver the Canadian .Pnclfjp KailWay the British ColumfiS Electric tho application to stand for A New Trial in Manslaughter WASHINGTON, Dec. dent Wilson has completed his recommendations with regard to the boundaries of" Arinirilij.Varid has forwarded them to the League, of Nations in session, at it was said today at the state .department. ters' against the flaming forest.- The star of. "Virtuous Men" declin- ed with, thank's an offer to 'have -one of: tha Beasohed lumberjacks "double" in this work' for In company with' Danny Hayes, who interpret a the role' of "Hick" Hogan, and a ba'rid' of WED. AND THURS. jThe'FaihioV Plate ifBWarner real lumberjacks, the steadily for several hours-while a bat- 30 .ollowed by Felix O'Day is uae that should have a wide spread appeal. It brings the reality 01 Jifo itself direct to our own doors -It lends color to the old adage that make It." In the case of Felix O'Day, however, the ef- fect.of his friends.and other people had a greater result upon his life. It changed him from an Idealist to that of a man bent on dealre for re- Tecge. But fate entered In the form of romance, and trust and confidence In all mankind returned brinjlni him complete happiness. seen or even'heard of a cow capable ot .enough intelligence to do tricks. Douglas immediately secured the cowand since that time has been se- cretly teaching her what she knows. Not alone does the beast astonish While enacting these leading figure ot Men" 'was In constant danger from the fast-mov- ing James, enduring a heat which sev- erely scorched many of the lumher- Lincoln himself suffered pain- v t the hands and ful with her tricks but Bbe-'also laughs' plainly; and so far as" try' to speak The'.ath'etlr and se- "rough this effort on the parts and Lincoln arc said'.Id be of their strenuous j in the world and further, commenting .most peculiar thing about my cow la floes not give milkV You have lo'thKe it from-her." WallacqsReid in "Sipk Abed" will be shown .at the Empress for trie last time tpnfght.' aerjlce in the meantime. New Archbishop Charge Against Calgary Mas Has A Trick Cow A trick cow, one that does all the stunts of a well-trained dog or horse, i i 1 i% i __ _ ____t __ death of Mrs. W. Campbell, who was t EDTONTON, Dec. Henry Etrack by an automobile driven by K' lat9 of Prlnce Edward Xicklo in Calgary August 14, has been Island this morning was formally In-lover-ridden by a judgment' of the Douglas Fairbanks, screen star and Sall8fy Colonial theatre when. they, wit- THROUGH THE OPEN 'DOOR He saw. the doom of the man who stole his .wife and tricked' his confi- dence. A. DYNAMIC A WARNER AT. HIS BEST CDLDNiAt TODAY AND THURS. Two Daya Only.) The picture you hire been waiting for, Ralph Inee'aemaah- Ing sensation, VIRtlfdUSMEN The great-melodrama of tie year With a a real cast'Bf players, Including the notable actor, ED- WARD K. LINCOLN. Stven montha making to Thrilling and exciting _ Spectacular forest fire. THE GREATEST .-REAL RED- BLOODED FIST FIGHT EVER SCREENED. Thrills Stunts pure un- adulterated JMELODRAMA stamp "VIRTUOUS MEN" a> Ine REAL BIG PHOTODRAMA OF THE YEAR. 'The Race of the Age" motion picturea of the greatest horse race In his- Mkn o'War vs. Sir Barton YOU TELL LIONS I ROAR Wild animal comedy. 3 BIG SHOWS DAILY Matinees at.2.30. Nights at 7 and 9. PRICES Adults SOe; Children Z5e, Positively ro'reserved seats. Attend the inatlnpes if. pos- sible and avoid the night crowds. COMING FRIDAY AND SAT.' HARRY CAREY In "Blue SUeak McCov" WANDERER" A play whose .popularity with every class of theatregoers can bo compared "Experience" will be, pres-'- ented at the Majestic next Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 and 11, with matinee.' Saturday. It Is "The an'd not unlike the modern morality play, though of entirely1 different construe-1 tion. i Cnrionsly enough this sensation of! tha theatre owes Its production to F.' Bay Comstock ind Morris Gest, the enterprising young managers who sponsored '.'Chu "Aphrodite" and and they are candid iii admitting that they never expected fn fin.! "cuaccessor to I "Experience" as a big office magnet.! I The story of "The Wanderer" is that' Company MOO. Flock of Sheep. Large Ballet. Three Baggage 'Full of Scen- ery and Ani- mals. The big- gest spectacle ever. in Leth- bridge, EST Week, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 and 11. MATINEE SATURDAY Mghts, J1.00 to J2.50. Matinee, 75e to 'SEATS NOW ON SALE. CpriTdelay or crowded put. Cet your teats at once. "The er" is not a motion picture but li the big- gest attraction ever Been en tour. IS A WONDERFUL PLAY stalled as archbishop of the Roman r Oatnonc diocese of Edmonton in SL s church. More than one hundred clergy of the diocese, with appelate division of the supremo court 61 Alberta, handed down today, i Tho.'appeal lodged by'the attorney-! general's department, on the ground itim B uoimruncni, on me grounti' a number also from other parts of Iho I that Judge Walsh's charge tolhe' cpneonrse of citizens filled the church uvy did not contain a proper Inter-! pretation of the law governing the caservras allowed, and a new trial' was granted. As a rosult of this de-i clelon, Nickle will again bo placed oh trial'on a manslaughter charge. L T IW to cipaclty The papal communication appoint r ig'the archbishop was from the pul- 4 fit by Mgr Pllon, and following this '1 offioiBl inauguaratlon the locaV clergy 1 Indlyjdually paid their fespects to their'new head and were by 'him i recehed from hla throne. Addresses of welcome from the French Canadian laity, and (English laity were at the close of the rcad hj Consignor Pllon, 3I6n. Roche, re'spec- ilpcg. M u uiiu jienry j. Kocnc, n and were fittingly repli Archbishop Sinnot of WInn KERENSKY TO LEAD ANTI-REDS UNEMPLOYED VETERANS PRESS FOR RELIEF1 TORONTO, Dec. one i :housand unemployed veterans of j Toronto gathered In Queen's Park i shortly before noon today as a pro-' lest against Iho labor situation as It exits'-in the city at present and to press relief both from the provincial arid municipal governments. j They mot with a measure of suc- cess at the parliament buildings, ob- taining assurance from the cabinet' anil Mr. Hollo, minister of labor. In. particular, that some nort of immed- iate relief would be afforded them, i No dellnlte proposals were given.; however, Tim men who composed the parado wsre, for the most part, well dress- ed but numbers of them seemed to Ii3 suffering from lack of nnnrtshment. Good nature was prevalent tho crowd and only occasional out- burst of anger was observed. A. P. kcrenEkj, former. Ku.-iaiuti pro- .ktalerV who to.'lead a jobt. Hungarian i. tfMiBi the HANSON DOES NOT HESITATE TO TAKE QUARTER MILLION MALDBX, JIass., Dec. 3.-William H. Hanson, a Jandor, was telling what he would with the million dollars lhat Charles Oarlaad, of Uuzmds Day, has refused, wben a postmai. gave him a letter slating that he was lielr to about a quarter of a million left him by hit lie will accept the money, he said, unlike Carlan.l, but he will stay at MR worKiOl washing windows and sweeping floore so that ha will have (o do., limes lie Intends (o smoke good cigars and have an auto (o lake hljn out Into tno country wcok-ends m m m SSSfS W m n Douglas Fairbanks HIS NEWEST AND GREATEST PICTURE Want a thrill? Enjoy action? Something breezy, full of two-fliied, red-blooded manhood? c-f action, heart Interest and sutpensef TONIGHT FOR LAST TIME; WALLACE REID IN "SICK THE PLAY THAT PUTS" THE BRAKES ON THE DOWNWARD PATH F. Ray Comstock and Morrlj Gest Present THE BIGGEST DRAMATIC SPECTACLE ON EARTH Staged by David Belnsco. 'Written by Maurice Samuels. Dances arranged by A. Kosloff. Music bV-Anstlm Goetzl. 3 Months .Auditorium, Chicago, 3 Mpnths, Opera Philadelphia. 3 Months Boston Opera House. 2 Seasons, Manhattan Opera Hovte, New York. See the sheep down the Scenic Runway 30 Feet HlQll. TJsha, UaujhUr ot Joy, of Sin, Who Lures Th.s boy on to Ruin, D.shonor and With Frederick Lewis and lone of the GresteM Casts ever on four. There'W more Pro today man ever were In the wildest days of Ancient Jerusalem, They -lMVe.hoZld city today they did ,9d.. This Great ScerJa Dr.n" w 7au and think. Get y.our once. Dpn'i mtM this Mr L V ;