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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OF TWELVE THE LETHERIDGE DAILY HERALD ATURDAY, DECEMBER TORONTO-MONTREAL FLYER WRECKED 'tlOD Douglas Fairbanks -has msdo ihe United Artists Corporation, was suggested by Hirold McC.Mth, one ot the greatest of America's story uritcis. The coartqi IT- ol (ha title role i tint which coaWual'tty proves that Is thicker Uuujnater and that ll the environment In. wuld will never change 'he real Ulent charge- (eristics of Your very last opportunity to see H it today. Other good .attractions. in size-and ouality, The Four Ever- etts will complete Ihe bill. Thn Four Kvcretts. will. a pleasing 'com- bination o[ music and sous, comedy, harmony, ami all told will bring the bill to a happy conclusion. Wanda tUo new star, will be a splendid pIcturizatloH _ot. Jerome K. Jerome's "illss ilobbs." the play which enjoyed phenomenal runs In England end the Unttod States. "Miss IJobbs" Is s apatklirift comedy con- cernfng a yoang woman who hates men and Inclines to smocks, futurist. art, barefoot dancing, and other such ope being of the beautiful HI- [ads. JtH 1C. Jero'me, i au .excelleut comedy, and onolhcr fine orchestra, concert by Third lisrceford'a concert' orchestra, "the Colonial show for Monday and Tues- writing of "The Passing of-tlio floor Back." With another of the beautiful Prltma natural color day will please the most Ing theatregoer. TOB Goldwyn star, was elected'by an overwhelming ms Jority to the'office of Ma'-'or of the town of liKthe latest Gold- wjo picture. "The Great which comag to" the Phoentt theatre commencing Monday. Aa Wlnt .Chase, good nat- ared. uaerjetic ton. pf Chase, Sr, wao wu In winning the inai onltr Moore will more' than em delight youSlth his ability, Interpret the role which Is so to Two persons were killed and manv Injured when pullman sleeper Is split ID two In dead of night bnttlde causo.of the nccldent.'was a split rail which threw the middle section of the train ott the track. Picture 4hows the wrecked pullman w'here people met .nstant death WHY QMstiong the Herald Re- "porters Hear on f -Their Rounds Number didn't Tie Herald start that "Why" column "before? It may bo a means for'a poor creature like a mere cit- to- be able to make a mild com int from tlire to time on my affairs a. I have had my pulse as -we are for difficult times that are ahead for 'everybody. Citizen Nuniber is it river waler Is so clear, to pul chlorine and other chemical Into it at the filter plant thai one'can smell It as it comes from costs money, and be- sides it ,15 hard ,on people s health, especially'that of children Citizen does an em- ployeo. in the Public. Utilities .nepart- rnent ijse the Nash truck for going down to .the city store and returning during thus. eipeffiling gaso- line when: a fire cent car fare .can- save the ANSWERS TP QUESTIONS ASKEDjYESTEBbAY Answers to questions Commissioner-_-M earth 'felt, my hand read, my bumps gone orer, my stars 'cunsul'ed, but 'm> natural modesty revolts at having mv face In public by my xnavor, JWjiict Is the latest form'of Ireatment is meted ont to anrnne who has to make or a criticism to pat forward i 'Citizen Number can't Old Biir realize that we put up with a Ibtlrom him not from anyone elee, because it, from the t excavation referred to used on the roads, the cart going down to the [rubbish end.v..In regard to the auniber. the-burning of RussIaT] tlilstle, this was essential for fire protection? OTTAWA" bfSCUSSES UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE OTTAWA, Dec. (By Canadian Whether or, not the govera SOCIALIST'S SPEECH CRITICIZING SOVIET PRECIPTATES RIOT call, -were turned. In Jate. Sunday wticn'a meeting of came_ disorderly, .-.after Meyer London, elect from New York, hid criti- cized the RujiTan lavlst, govern- A detachment cf police arrived nhortly' affler the disorder utarted.." Mr. London had Socialism for an hour before: the disorder" began. He; wat loudly applauded.. Suddenly, however, he Began to criticize the soviet government, asserting that "the principles of Lenine were not necessarily-the principles of pure that the New .York: .Socialists, were out of sympathy with'RiiB- sian "But in he continued, "you are tod slow to realize the faults of th pro rranged unknown to him, so that he, nstcad of his father, would be elected o ottlce The scheme', as planned PV a crafty Coneressman thought t wiser to slip" CfiSiel Sr's political aspirations ur the he bc- anio powerful and asserted tho in. iitence which to wield lowever, as ,a serious question, "of merits men.who were Wlnfs constituents that they played an'Immense joke on old nan the-young man.who leld office was characterless enongh o be a tool; in-their'hands. See the disappointment those men inffered The young man to whom ponsibilitiesT simply .meant anotSer word in a big'dictionary, took ad vantage of the power he held. F18K RUBBED CO. DIVIDEND luujiL bis i... best his lightsydlm asjj- they are sometimes, and because we'- think he is entitled to hold on to the job now when prices are falling and Hvuig becoming easier' ment will any action to but ft Is pointed out YORK, Dec The, risk i Citizen Number Seven should the present situation. insurance In Eng- j land it is financed from ufed in certain propor- the Mavor and Commissioners choos'o i funds cojitribul this Time of all others to ask the City jtion by employers of labor, employees to increase its running expenses, the government The ssstetn has they are as well informed-on money i matters as thej have us believo, sureTy thev know that things are on Ihe turn and that a man who bas a proved fairly Satisfactory, but the fact (hat Canada has. certain occupations which are dormant In winter, would causa complications were such a sya- Uiat although beer more than earned, they hail decided general trade and credit condition; rendered advisable conservation' o cash resources TROOPS 'FIRE CROWD AT PRAGUE BIG AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT Tlie show at the Colonial final show ngs tonight Oa'the bill will be ieeni Harry Carey ln; its latest sue cess "Blue Streak Jack Jempsey in the flnal chapter ot 'DaredevU Aubrey n the great .Vltagrapb comedy 'Switches ana Sweeties" SUNDAY CONCERT "AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT BERESFORD'S AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA Colonial Theatre Music lovers jflll be accorded-a rea treat at the Colonial theatre on Sun day when, Jjereslord's Aug mented Orchestra offer another Sunday concert An 'exbe! lent program of-ppp'jiar and'classical music has been arranged, and'with the addUtoir of appoiranco iis itlcc-snccVs concert Rbe ftn-'t The doors will be opened at and the concert will start at 9 GOOO oul Cernnny Is almost complete children; so'what more'they get doesn't Interest me ,Cltizen Number .caa't these Commissioners be satisfied. to Jet well enough do as HALIFAX. Dec. Norwegian >Ir Jleech taya find out all we uin steamer liomsdalafjord which struck about Manager government. Let's-the Satnbro ledges, west ot-Halifax get an alternative 'in the. Charter, harbor.'yftsterday and was abandoned surely we don't to confine our was1 pounded to pieces cbotco of the form of government; so'by.the'sea during the night and aunk that when we .find the shore'last saw able, as it might be Maror Hardle the ship at dusk yesterday when a resigns after the plebiscite we can part of her hall, one of the fun then go ahead and ge an experienced rnels anff her foremast were visible- At roan as City vrl'hout the ship had dlsap- odo. In the meantime lets go along of the Greek "The Census one who were appointed during the regime snappiest acts-onjthe circuit ofjformer Premier Vonlzelos'. have been superceded by Royalist officers. Fairbanks' Ficlure Pleases Big Crowds At The Empress CLEVER STORY The story ot "The Mollycoddle" which will ha tho featiirc 'production at.the .'Empress Thn.itM for the last time today, and which Is thc'thlrrt pro- COLONIAL MONDAY LIKE FRESH CREAi Pacific Milk has tie consist- ency and favor like Freah Cream. Due to an improved process '.t never tastes ot the can. PACIFIC MILK Factories "at La'dner and1 Abbotsfori, B, C. P. Company, Ltd. Distributors for Alberta and Saskatchewan COLONIAL TONIGHT "Blue Streak'McCoy" Jack Dempsey-lh Final Chapter "Daredevil Jack" Jimmy" Aubrey In "Switches and Sweeties1.' 1 'Concert Orchestra'- r Get Shopping Done Early; Complete Show 'After By Ben Afnes Williams Directed by Harry Beaumont 'A.Goldwyn Picture Would yon vote.for Torn Moore for mayor of th'is town? The folks of Hardiston never regretted "Hi and will liven up the shoir In royal IPRESS Vau and Griffin, a couple of Illtahlo ANOTHER BILL wl" offer the1r own STARTING MONDAY As an extra added attraction, SA-HERA The Mental'Marvel. Bring Y.eur Sa-Hera Will Answer Them All. THE FOUR LAST TIME TONIGHT In the Season's Greategf Novelty'Act, Sure, it's Special Feature Photo play WANDA HAWLEY In "MISS HOBBS" SPECIAL NOTICE SA-HERA" will give a special Ladles' Matinee on Tuesday afternoon at o'clock. LADIES, BRING YOUR QUESTIONS The Crown Prince !n the King- dom of Fun in a United Artists' production that upsets ot dooms with a laughter bar- rage that will make your sides ache. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN TheMollycodle' It's now and original In story and Bdlnn. Far from anything that has been r.tlcmpted, before. ALSO FOX SUNSHINE'COM- EDY AND MUTT AND -'JEFF ;