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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JPAGE EIGHT DAILY MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1920 CORK FIRE LOSS WILL TOTAL OVER THREE MMION POUNDS X CORK, Dec. week-end off terror and wild, destruction through which Cork pasted bft in train a terrible of rwin. have been no frech breaks thootinq and the corv mMtly" burned ".'them- selvet out. but today the part city liy a maw of engineer, stated .today that. destruction on a too vnat for him to offer an Immediate Mtfmati of the number of dettroytd, but in 'otKer ft said that mere .than 300 houses been wHii; the loss of thaii It waa nutter of wander In Ortc tMlay that no one appiara periiSed in the (lames. Thh vna due largely ta'the fact tySt niwat of were locked-up, >vhil0-Jn other cases residents had been warned and fled. .The terror which possessed the .city -Saturday night was- unptral- Ictled..Many residents in the vi- cinity, af Dillon's Cross, where the military cadets were Saturday night, from their homes early In the evening .ind (pent tip night In the fields. Throughout Sunday the panic continued and an exodus from the Center of the city occurred. Strong bodies of soldier? took pos- of the streets to prevent further acts of incendiarism, and attempts at looting. The curfew houre-pasted qvletly., Today life In. Cork was strangely quiet with crowdt gating hopeless .and awed at the Cheaps of smoking ruins, the belief It that the were the'.re- 'suit of Incendiarism. Ofejeci: tc Sahiy Of lie League "EVANSELINE" AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND uupei tUu wen known of the who "of Her jtefnf TjEs-feigel'fe is aSd 10 a beautifully sensitive Interpre- pf ihe role the iuihapp> her the great love epic Miis dbopc. Baltimore girl, was educated at the New {Art School, but oar career as an ar Hurt was call of the !screen. j Mtsb Cooper e. ablliti soou brought 1 ber to tho front rauk ptjeweei. She was -firmly established as a j leading woman by her promineut part i In Tie Birth of a Nation.' I Miss Cooper followed Ihjs part lohg.lina of roles iu Foi successes, including "The llonpr Sys- tem The hll-iit Llo The lnno-1 cent Sinner' nnj though Miss Coopers art corns Vilde of chiraUcr la at her lest-iu if -MadoncE-llhc role In which' her lujlroii-i eies, and appealing beau j I ara seen, to eiccpt'onxl uiu0e rhp ot Biangellne is just such a1 work as the liero ne fe ruled among the best act- lug yer to posterttv by .mo p'eture HIPPpDROM.EfvVAUDEVH-Le AT COLONIAL- TONIGHT A, TUESDAY i. classj arts, borne remark abJy good photoplays, anil .'a, ftue or- concert the Colonial Thea tre will be. a popular place of amuse- ment eud, Taeiiiav I The Four Merits clevv uggrega jtlou qt artists will ton the bill lq their musical aiL Some singing, snapp} coqw.lt. and other feature! make tha act a food one aud GrUIln a couife ot up-to- date their own Idea of comedy in their new fare- leal skit. '-TfcesCeasoa a bre'ety sfcettK Ed4n> Coe.iwh? kUU hlrowlt aa 'an old bird with .young Ideas" wfll offer his original fmjaical coiaedy specialty aqt aoaa line cornet, trombone and uuptono solo work la his act Leo and Caajman, a iuo of remark- able acrobats win round out the show with, one of the fastest cymnaHio specialties seen here this year Miss Hohhs a freat ffln rerslou ot Jerome" K. famous play of the same Dime, with Haw- ley; in the bead the pictures, and another of the beautltut Prkma colored Jilnu irtll also be show 11 These, a good comedy and the usual good orchestra] concert wiU complete the show. Centres Of Infection 8rice Belden, M SCENE FROM "EVANGEL1NE" AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK. AT WEDNESDAY! number tgf, writers hare pre? qnestloo of sa'anes Co a "committee Ire of a morbid The tonsils {export at the next convocation of fake first rank in this connection, then aasembly This action wa.s foflosi the teeth, sext the sinuses upol British j (auxiliary chambers communicating yone. having vigorously protested ag 'nlth the nasal passages) and finalK _ ajnst the salaries Sir Eric Drum the middle ear (that part ofAhe ear ,moo3, secretars general, of (ha iea inltrnal to the drum) and hie assistants which the do-' The'causatUe relation 6f these prl contend a-e nut of all foci of infection to constitution i Sir Eric received pe- aUdlsease Is now established beyond 'animn Witt in expanse allowance of all donbf and a Several dele In -orHer to cure the pfi mary focus or foci must oe, foupd and ei h4Te objected to his assertion ofUc" ranks that of an over by the conscientious examiner, and iyhaMfi obviously pathological is The focus Is dealt with-'nc- cordlng to its location, by well known Amoag the diseases which have been result .sometimes from focal infecfipal, somewhere In "the head, are apfTcinUpItifJ ulcer of slumacn or other portion of the digestive appara tus, neuritis, muscular and joint rheu rnaUsra, br on chit IB, asthma Bright a disease, gall blaS der disease; shingles heart nymtngltlB pleurisy and pneumonia Certain inflammations of .the and also hhes have been ascribed to focal infections A great amourt of painstaking work _ hag been done to mhow that aame aenrices for Henry J.i.oih! may be found in some remote N. OPERATORS AND MINERS IN U 8 COME "BALTIMORE, Jt Tme tenfe rentes between the 'f eperaion and Creek and upp were understood to have V I- today with sljnlnj of an "agreement whrcji will Insure, flie i "il wtdMurbed operation of the mlnei and miners The conferences were held FUNESAL AT CUT BANK OF MURDERED RANCHER eradicated The whole body i s looked FA', OLLB TALKS ON A55ERICAN..COOKS; ENDURANCE TEST o'clock. The servi J the chou- ---------------------f--------- vuulb 1 (.Ill-Jit. iucied in tie Preabyler j has become diseased jis inflay head focm -and'many. detnon Kjatioai.of tiis sort are now a matter off retard aid familiar US nJedica'l prac PARIS, Nov.- eral Fayolle said- upon-hls return.re- cenlljr from his threei weeks stay-in the States I liave just disi, covered" unfl America has conquered me. v It Is a "It has been hard fight those three weeks' in the- General went on with'the' usual; twinkle In his eye. on the verge of collapse "grim dys- pepsia IieTiiiog me In :lts grip. With- out taking ba..k anything thot I Sxpieditiona cocks being: rank7 dmateursV'I must take ott ra> lo American ehefs There were many banquets luncheons. 1 all. To.'the niost-of the chefa at the leading hotels wero French Fayolle replied They may be but certainh have undergonn an evolution Tor had strange dishes of their' own.' Did you miss voar wine with your meals" he was asked.T-1 I never missed 'my Fayoile replied Dont ask me lo taltjrfcal Amen can politics General Fayolle went on when aaSed to'espiam he meant hat he hid his v ine twice a day as is us custom it emperarjenUlljf j I have haa a grandiose reception hat I Bhatl never forget ilthough 1 im certain that it was not for me iie'f sonally hat because I Mar thai Foch and the Frpnct Army I lived through concluded the but even, the organiicTS of! mj tour hail that it a record for' endurance tres tbat-iaokeil. aiu] played ''Desert f o d to cip.-iiy business It Slis all added oresUge that goes with' the BenJamm'-D Hampto" name as spon coring. only big, successful pictares. The Sagebrush cr is anpjhei; of. thosiJ sincere of powerful ijovels ijudcr Ihe persona) tie author of the story ucanim linise of Wfiv? Sond Trni pic lure" from j angle' ice .was cop ducted Connrt Old neighbors frienils of the deceased from tie country and trim Sweet ed with local residents tp at the last rites and thejiurch was filled to capacity The floral offerings prmnse and beautittd At tha of the serrWjthl remains, rpndusfSn of the service (the remains, portals which we have in long iivttis veyed to the Crown Hill eimetery and' te found the aoivfcc.6 Ja14 to iwL brotters the wbjkh teroinale Mis in I deceased, were Martin, D Erlck M An tone, Bert, and Carl Jacobsen and the fatter' Carl Jacolaen 4n4 anoSer-trbther Andrew of Minot, were In attendance at the f jneral Press Cut Bank ,v V THREE GOVERNORSJ-ilPS VACANT OTTAWA 13 death yesterday of I leut i Col Prior lieutenant governor of {British Columbia creates the third gnhernatorlaj vacancy The other two and I created bj expiration of terms Col Prior woo appointed onb on De cember 9, 1919 titiohai Mayo the great American sur regards disease as an inflam matojy process from infection and tie efforts at repair The infections he says whjch'produce'laB greatest nmn ber'of diseases, enter fhe system by wayjgjfihe portals whiehVe have men ar of _ r whkh teminale ItTi in' the majority of fnsUnces AOTIVITIpS OF PHOHIBTKJN f ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS BOSTON, Dec. statement that personBjhad been arrested and 700 liquor-carrying automobiles seired byjj flving squadron of SO fed enforcement officers their effort lo break ap illicit transportation of liquor tween New York and Boston was made today by Wm J McCarthy en forcement agent for New England FRENCH COAL IMPORTS, ir. ACAIN SEARCH FOR jfoirT f DIAMONDS MEMCO CITY leg endarv diamond mines in the state of luerrero which, etei sjtEcsT. the days of Lmperor Ifurbide have been biughl or by the are again the sub- set animated discussion here A Mexican geologist y returned from a. tour qf e-sploral ot tWVsiate ti newsnttc-s asserted hernail li the IMf. mines parties jura now'saia to bp In the profess of or General Guer-cro state'was named !s credited Arrivals of British cosl-ln Frnnce during November total- led 845 OOD tons, according to figures Coal received from FRIENDS PETITION CONGRESS FOR HIS _CBICACO of the first pfflelil the- United States totalled SS5 000 London SoclailsV oonlWs also. Near ta be l e Persian carpels [hat once adorn fhin bzars summer palace ire be >00. 1 of tta jiatlonal doc Been allowed to ;cak out except 'Jalfst coainittee Deba ta Mrrlng a 16 Fngland -4 term tor Tiolatloti'of espioriag? weeks by a BnUsh cruiser t i Thelrt agS'ls sime 120 jiars The> committee will and presented to Aleiander I bv the ths petition Sunday whdn Meysr Lon 'Shah of Persia and subsequently wore don and Theodore brother of 'aiTOa to' tte Prince of OldcnberK EageaeV Dobs, w.ill from'Xeviflrbo.ls father of present own Finicky Digestions disturbed by ordinary Food, find in Grape and easily con- verbblemfo health and strength apadcagefroM the grocer. Test tells here's .T PHOENIX NOW BAYING TOM MOORE LATEST 1TOFTH1EFT "THEoMOONRldERS1' (6th Episode) SNUB POLLARD COMEDY ENS: Wi wish it the Phoenix played 'The Gre'at Ac- unt of thti -wefe tong dis- tance by car in order to flet a Tom Moore picture, whtch'is'hls STOP to Theat Tom Moone In but. 01 ANOTHER ALL-STAR BILL SPECtA1- EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION THE FjCWR EVERETTS .In the Season's Greatest fJov elty Act EDIOIECQE "An Old'Bird Vith Young Idess" VAN GRIFFIN ".The- Censua.TakeraV a Furiously 'Fart Acrobstic feature -Phrtbolay IN SiMiss Prlznia Ccloreacope "Catillna "islands" Orchertri And SMlLlKG BILll PARSONS in newest 2 act cornedy 'Circumstantial Evidence" We recommend this as one of the finest shows we have ever pre- sented No advance in prices Adults, Matineea at 2.30.. .50c Adults, Nights :at' 7 and-9V. Children 25c laving discovered tlie diamonds more than 100 tear" ago to i.m )eror Ituroldc nnirerous goms of im neuse value The General 1 ow ever, without' of the treasure The wild rcgloi tit that'sparseiy populated 'state :have "rom lime to time been explorer) in an effort, to find .the '.i Manj a man who seems.to be boll ing with religious enthusiasm sudden ly grows cold "when'handed a ficrintlon list to'ralsfe money- to paint Lnc church THE SCREEN C Or tHE CENTUfW 'Tlie Sagebusher" Wonderful Picture At Empress Now The Photoplay of Emerson Novel -Thir, production Is being.bookctl on E ght, by all ot the bis first nm thei Newspaperwoman Held By Mrs. Marguerite B.. Harrleoii, of Haltlrroro ttho nai kun irrcstrrt hj the Souet govern lir Modern, charged with belnj a si Orel t( Ujo United i' READ EVANGELINE' A PLAY WALLY WORTH WHILE Here is a atory for every family In the [world if'is the greatest ontertalnmeht and the greatest educational Jnolloh picture in tho brilliant history jol the screen f t f Every schoi) child has read the marU-loiis poem d Evangellre the Acadian maid school child K and ev ery jgrosnjip can now see tlie story living tn the educators who hait atfeiijM performances 'ftre unatiimoufl in declaring it to. be a pcrleii tho life ol the 6f-the -American The screen version1 of' Kvange, tine fa tiiat la for posterity as well as ihe present, f It Is Bomcihlng that proves the true merit uf motion pictures, e'du- calea, tnllghtens, delights and chnrms READ WHAT THE NE DRAMATIC CRITICS SAY y. and reallstic.T-N. Y. Herald The art of motion pictures reach- ail verv near the Y. "_ V A narrative, rhythmically ,aacl .Y- .World. it is the sort of playthtlt parenta1 will Adeome'W an for their Miblng Tele- grapli fA film cyont ,pf remarkable im- Kvoning Mntl.'X. i Che slor'y is to'ltj'- ilirectly, sln- isrtly, and bcautifullyV-r-EvenlnK Tclograiii Loautifully liafrleU Un- (lerhiil In'N. Y. Tribune. Jlade with elaboration arid no "paring of N. can, A. Picture. Follows faithfully tho poem Kfephcn Ralhbiiil in Uvcning Sun Picturesque Y. Sun. and A cnmera a World. Three Shows n i NOT OF WA'STEO AFFECTIONI AFFE6 SUBLIME CONSTAfJCY OF" A -A MAN'S BROKEN HEAPT With MiriaSBi Cooper as "Evasigefa' at at 7.15 and 9.15. t t NE.VER WAS rf V It 16 A TRIUMPH OP THE SCREEN A PLAY THAT WlbL LIVE IN HISTORY ;