Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE-TWELVE THE LETHBRIDG.S DAILY .HEK THURSDAY; DECEMBER 9. 1920 goveronieat. This request, which was cottataefS Refuse AnBght Dollar Increase MONTREAL, Dec. Refusal ct lady garment -workers' request of In increase of JS.OO a week is the out- standing feature of the decision which .has 'just: been -rendered by'the 'arbi- tration besrd'jointly fppolaicd by the Cloak; Dress; Raincoat Waters' Unfon' of Montreal, and'thc Cloak and -Asse- clation, which -hes been In- sewfcin- here since 7. -In ing the C.-B. Birnss', the chairman, bald; "The chairman feels that his sion chould .take into consideration in connection with the shooflng of '.......J Jake Hamon.-millionaire oil operator. tlie present depressed condition of the garment industry and tho uncer- tain outlook for the coming season, as well'as the general condition'of un- employment aafl the tendency reduction throughout the country." Several fected. thousand 'operators are at- MOB FADED AWAY -WHEN POLICE CAME TORONTO. Dec. advan- tage of a gathering of number of in connection with demon- stration of unemployed- returned sol- dlen in front of the city hall yester- Percy Cattel, of Aurora. Ontario, .headed an Impromptu parade up street in the evening and tried to raldUwo or three restaurants. Ho 'succeeded in entering a Chinese' res- taurant, bat before his cohorts c-julO .get started on -their work of demoli- Uon to which they were being urged b> Cattcll, tho strong arm of the law seized the young man from Aurora and Mwas carted to a police station. _ The rapfdly-galhering mob then faded away. Cattell was arrested on a charge of being disorderly. EARS IS LIFE OF AVAILABLE PULP SUPPLY "THE WANDERER" The fenmortal parables ot the Prodi- l goflj lo dramatlo ,otm Maurice V. Samuels, produced with GENEVA, Dec. Postponement of .perfect prodigality by that duo of dar- the proposed plebiscite in the Vllna'tns managers, Messr itav Com-. region.for.elibt. months mid exclusion ,slock and Morris Cest, and staged un-i of Vllnn itself from tho plebiscite area., djfcct supervision 9! .that! has been requested by the Lllliuarjlan wliard of stagecraft, David; Belasco, the great Biblical spectacle "Tho Wanderer." I For in this protairtloa ilr. IJela'sco i in a note handed to the council of league of Nations today, constitutes the 'Lithuanian, reply'.to the has discarded footlights and modelled I his lighting system upon teat of na- re fusil to accept the protest 'ct ture. Accordinsly all the Illumination usnia'fagalnsl sending lo.thal country coaiw from above, with reflected and an array under tho auspices '.ot ths IS IN EL PASO reiracled sHe lights, of result the curtain rises upon waatj appears to be a sunlit panorama ot tie i bills of picture that must1 have Inspired the Psxlmiit of old.' Down the distant hillside are seen[ coming a (lock of sheep, led by a skin-' clad shepherd, just IB was the custom years agu; and by wludlrif rua'-[ is in Els Paso, to Sheriff waye and sradual descent they reach' Ordonoff. She arrived at the homo I the stage level and are into ot her parents on San Antonio street their foM. Furthermore, EL PASO, Texas. Bar- ton Smith, wanted in Ardmore, Okla, here'Tuesday sheriff. ,'according-to the Here At Last- Dong Fairbanks- Empress Now HOW TO BE DOUGLAS TORONTO, Dec. years is the lifc-ef-Canadian pulp :wood stipply for.cpnnnercial.purposGF, present clrcnmslances, accord- !ig to Dr. C. D. Howa of the Univsr ally of Toronto, who addressed the Canadian Pulp and Paper asspciallpn, yesterday.: -There was ample author- for this; statement, Dr! Howe said. However, In British Columbia and in the more remote parts of .Ontario and i Quebec there were sttil unlimited sop- he added, but these would be Inaccessible for many years yet, Indiscriminate, cutting down of mil- ;Jlons of young treea yearly for no ''other purpose thin Christmas cele- orations was deplored... hy George Tho first thing to do in ing Is to smile. When you waken, i( -yon will grin, you the whole day.' A emile, in the morning, will do you more good than a grape fruit and costs less. One. of- the best secrets of success Is'hi'start the day right. Do it with a irajle.. _ Don't be atrtfd to say VGood morn- say 11, adfl a smile to your words cp the one are saying it to wll! know you mean it. Never "Qood morning" Juet be- cause yon think it is a duty. Make-it pleuure and von will help yourself as well as the other fel- j Never take youimK too seriously. Remember, lire aro all human and circumstances or position do not change, us, boss or no boss. carries on his shoulder Uunb that has "Jslll-n by the anil thug Is pictured in pantomime the; story of 'The ninety and as a. fitting prolojue for the reaiittic draina! of .the Prodigal which follows For interpretation' of this' drama; Messrs.-Conistock and Gtst havo gathered the greatest cast of legitimate acton known to this gen eralion. The names" of Frederick Miry Condon, Richard Thorn- ton, Jogephine rJeffry, Dwigbt Dana, Fred Mosley, Charles Cllne, Margaret Bryn, and John Dougherty are suffi cient puaranlno of th'o'arj'qjr, Charlotte TFynters, the beautiful dancer, heaos a largo ballot jrnose il lustration inahe life of the'revels in: Jerusalem during the, Sol5-1 nion, the Magnificent sensation 1 but truly artlslic performance.'The animal contingent alone includes a flock ot tlieia and a dozen goafs: It will be seen at the Maje tic nest Friday and Saturday, December 10th and ]lth, with a special niatiheo. 'on Saturday. :TWO BRYANT .WAiSHBORNS St Carruthers, president Lake Mills. ot> the Inter- JndSe New Orleans, en- ittend 'jince of .women at a priz prize'fight. STREAK shake anybody by the and do it as though you enjoyed'It. Put a-couple ot. ounces of pressure behind, your grasp.'; Don't go at tt as though yo'i were picking up n hot coal. Laugh at your work and make it easy. Start, the day; smiling and keep it up until late. Then you will be a success. Take a last look in the mirror each Just before you turn out the light It you are smiling at jourself you p-ill have a good sleep Smile alt the time. It's, great for you. See Douglas PalrbanKs in'his latfest picture, "The Mollycoddle." Undergoes Transformation In Nsw Comedy The celebrated transformation of Dr. Jekyll into Mr. Hyde lias nothing on Bryant Washburn's aofics In tie new screen comedy, "The Sins ot SL coming 'to the Phoenix theatre tomorrow and Saturday. From a slo itch y, celluloid colla r-wcarln'g young scientific student, who Js com- pletelj at sea when the come round, he develops'Into an Immac- lately clad, sauve. frequenter pf rets and the dressing mnsi- al comedy queens. And !it's> a live- wire little dancer from the "glrly- Irly show" that uripga about Bry- nt's metamorphosia. "the Sins of St.- was dnnted by Elmer Harris from a popu- ar magazine story by Clfarles Col- ins. It is declared' to abound In aughs and to tell a sympathetic llttli ove story Jamfs Cruze directed the picture, which Is.'a Paramount Art- and Margaret iMomb is the fading woman. __ the Colonial Friday and Saturday. THE GREAT MELODRAMA OF TH.E YEAR, v J AT THE COLONIAL TODAY _i----- "Virtuous which will be shown at the Colonial threatre tonight Thursday, was directed personally by Ralph Ince, responsible for the biggest screen success ot few-years It'stars Lincoln, one of'.the most'popularfayiirites of the motion picture public. The production -nas eleven 'months id the i over to produce, and contains a brilliant stage and screen appearing in support of E. K. Lincoln. "Virtuous Men" abounds in spectacular scenes, magnl ficent Eets.tremerjflous climaxes and real thrills. Among the outstanding features ot ''Virtuous Men" are scenes in ..which supernumeraries ap- pear, a tremendous forest fire, a eo- of magnificence and beauty and the most terrific -hand-to-hani Sghtlever' witnessed. The ballroom scenes are the most extraordinary and gorgeous ever filmed. Beautiful wo- men, exquisite gowns, rare jewels and massive, settings make these 'scenei. the finest; epectacle ever seen. Sui played these have their share making ''Virtuous Men" the great melodrama of Ihe year. In addition, tho motion pictures tho Race of. ths o' Sir a wild animal comedy will be shown. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS j Saturday Afternoon Next, Dec. llth COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A STOCK OF Sherwin-Wlains and Bapco Paints In all colors and sizes, also Glazier's Putty, While1 Lead, Floor PalnlJ Wagon Paints, Axlo Orease, Metal Polishes, Varnish, Kaleomlno afid Colorings; large quantity of Wire and Finishing NAILS, In standard Bolts and Nuts; Carpenter's Bags; Locks and Bolts; ond a variety of SHELF HARDWARE Window Calches, Hooks, Cloak tonlls, Dnor and a great variety of small Items. AIM .for sale SyBlem; MOO.CO 'set ol Counter Scales, and Klbbon Show Csse. j BEINrf THE BALANCE OF THE STOCK IN TRADE OF THE MONARCH TRADING CO., ASSIGNEE SOLD BY ORDER OF THE BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY j i- AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE. This preterits an extraordinary opportunity to Contractors Pilntefe and the general public lo steuro and Hardware at prices, Cach, _ Auctioneer's Phonei 770 and 469, uns wxy With BPXANX "WASHBURN- In lovely woman's eyes he had seven deadly 1. .He lacked pep and he couldn't dance, 2. wildest revel was a strclUln'the park. 3. He wore squart-toc'd galten and a celluloid colltr. i 4.. Hit, cjothes shone instead of tils shoes. tea he was'a .blue-funk. pressed hlj trousers orta lady's hand. 7. Alhhe'knew of life he saw, .through his microscope. So hu> him down, and to cure his "sins" he turned to chorus of The Rajah's Pet Wife Come and laugh till jou're weak at Anthon) 's joyous "conversion." With the Beautiful Dancer, and a' Festive Feast of Girls in Glad Attire! From Charies polllns' Story IH The 'Saturday Evening Post Directed by James by Elmer, Harris LAST TfME TONIGHT H. B. WARNER in "FELIX O'DAY EMPRESS Come Ori All Ye Launh Absorbers, Fun Seekers, Pep Enthusiasts, Thrill Ehjoyers. DOUG'S Here With a New One! It's speedy and happy, fullof love and Douglas Fairbanks The MoIIycoddl by Tom Geraghty. Story by Harold MacGrath." ALSO A RIP-ROARING TWO-REEt. FOX StAtSHINE COMEDY. AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS, WITH ANOTHER SMASHING WEEK-END SHOW AY THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR THEATRE.-THE COLONIAL V FRibAY AND SATURDAY i iv.- MeCOY WK5ORCXB u txaiB-rtaAf a Uofb tr HARRY CAREY in Hi UM p .STREAK MoCOV. A n-'rV rirri i iti uimii n wining up one of ate yoa evw saw on ween. Deal UH SPECIAL COMEDY EVENT JIMMY AUBREY The-screen'! funniest come-' dlah, with.his bevy of beauttful girls, in'hls latest-comedy riot, and Get in ct the whirlwind finish. Last xni Final "DAREDEVIL JACK" With JACKDEMPSEY (It Fit Night-Country Store Vodvil Nite 1 in cash. 2nd Live TUirkeyi And oodles of other prizes.N Doors open at come early. 'LAST (THURSDAY) "VIRTUOUS MET "The Race of the o' War vs. Sir Barton "YOU TELL LIONS I ROAR" MAJESTIC THEATRE Company of .100 Flock of Sheep Large Ballet 3 Baggage Cars full of and. Animals. THIS SAT., Dec 10 and 13 Matinee Saturday, PRfCES 'to S1.50. Same; big pro. ductlon that play- Montreal, To- ronto and Winni- peg- ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ____ F. Ray Gest present biggest dramatic spectacle, oft earth' tetordyingslory'd JheGrcatwxs of another's With edericklewfe COMPANY OF 100 PEOPLE. FLOCK OF REAL SHEEP, ahcrc ar'u more ProdlB-al Sons today than there ever were in tho wildest days of anclDnt Jerusalem. They leave homo nnil como to ''IS-0' lg.i ago. They Join the alter rdbe'.plpasnrca until the iiicvilablo crash comes.' This drama of "The will cause yon to patiso and think: Wanderer" is not a motion picture, but Is tho biggest Dramatic Attraction ever in the city of Lc'lhbrMge.. Thero la hut Ono Company of this .wonderful is'tho same that plays all tho larger cities. Don't miss seeing this wonderful piny.