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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGKT THK UBTHBKlLKiE WED.NKSDAYs DECEMBER J Canadian Wheat Pours Over Border 'Big Shipments From Govern- ment Elevator'at Moose Jaw 1 Via Soo Line MOOSB JAW, Dec. here !s a nioyemeul of Canadian-wheat to south over'the' Soo line ani! all available foreign, cars are being load- ed at the Dominion government eleva- tor for> Minneapolis and Chicago. Agects ot Minneapolis milling rjimnanv and several. Canadian com- panies have representatives hers who are- buying xvheat from samples at the goveriment elevator at a premium over Canadian pricey. St. John Snlpmtnls ST. Dee. is a .fairly steady movement of grain com- ing here'tor tho C. P. R. elevators at Sandpoiot, although the quantity-.can- not ba compared Jo last season Urdav seventy nine cars were unload Up tho present time, bushels of grain hare reached the ele- vators End chipped out At the present time there are" orders :bn hand for more bushels. As to whether conditions will Improve or not, officials are uot hazarding any Stiess. TEACHERS'ALLIANCE HELD ANNUAL BALL (From Our Own Correspondent) ..Hee, 'contractors, .from Calgary are busy tatMIng tne new addition to the Blalrmore school, .and. are likely to be finished so that the two new rooms opened, after .the- Christmas kolidavs The new picture theatre heing huilt on street by P llbertinp Is neanne completion and will finest theatre of'its kimTttiroughout the Pass. .The'.Kecond'annnal.ball given by the Alierla Teachers' Alllinr.e, Crow's Kasl FridaT night last-was fa huie.'Butcess it being attended by the largest crowd that bas been at any one dance la BUinnore FRENCH TR'OOPS IN SYftlA AMBUSHED PAHIS, 14 body of French troops was amlnuhed near Djebll, on the ilgtt of December 3, los- }ipK 20 killed and having 48 jOtSers wounded Premier Leygues in- tie cabinet council lo thli 'effect at the meeting of the council jprealdaA orar by Preddeat Millennd was received at Victoria to-' day (he .stranded slearaahlp Prince liupart was flpated at Svanson Bay this morning. Hues of and costs were tod 17 imposed en three Elstow, cit- izens, who pleaded guilty to charges of. having'failed tip malts their income returns Fourteen prom- inent fhliens of Sasialooji' have been summoned to appear in court Friday for the same-'offense. D'La Pocatiero, situated on the mer St. Lawrence, about 70 miles'1 from Quebec, was destroyed by flre this rdornSne. The vis rallied at The Sasiatrhewjn legislature was prorogued today. Krank Fedley. former deputy minis- ter of Indian atftin died at Ottawa after a short-illnesi. W. T.Jtfawtings, school inspector for at Moose Jaw after a Mrs. George dark, of a tanner living near BeDwood, OaL, was almost Instantly .killed.when the roof blown f ronl' a bam; Her husband is also sedously injured. U.S. THREATENS NEW-'YORK, Deo." Metro- politan' Golf association night pledged Its allegiance ot loyal sup- port 'to the United Golf as- and noted "with regret the proposed action of the western golf announcing that forma- tion of aTnerf association which alms to usurp the power' of the national body The Tetlon was taken in a re- solution adopted unanimously which declared that, strongly .opposed to any attempt to supplant the authority of the govern ing association LATE GREEK KING'S WIFE FOR TIME ATHENS, court deci- sion has teen banded down autjiom ing Madame Mamos, the wife of the late Kin Alexander, to enter into im mediate possession of-the'-fortune left, by the king tThls is Tallied at "two million drachmas (about normally) and consists al most entirely ot money and jewels. Horse Market WiD Improve HORSE MARKET T E CALOARY, Dec. tor a steady Increase in the horee industry of .Canada to such an tkat It woila ferlotislr affect the autoaoblfc and tnfck c-f the eovBtry, and ukihg on behalf o( the Domtfitou department of agriculture tor ttoni ot ai to the- UM of; hor- from an economic standpoint asi Kotora, H. S. Doaiia- loa llTftstock eomnlBckHier. -voiced opinion that the hone is whlAh TK lilrftly In tn real proBixrlty, aud a steady increase of their over that of motors, in his addreis ou Wednesday. morning before the annual meeting Not Western Canada Uvestoqk Union. THREE FISHING SCHOONERS LOST ST. JOHNS, Nfld.; Dec, ot.tvo fishing schooners lost at sea and another ashore ami probabt) a total was rectlved heio last laljht. All three vessels were from Utli.pbrt Trfo Ludwlg, laden with a cargo of fish has been lost off-the "Spanish coast near Ma'aga. costume ball given last Friday. Mr Sorensen and Mr George also won prizes. The nominations for council resulted as follows: Mr; C. G. Noble.' Mf.'P. W. Hunt and'Mr: Charles DePew Mrs. J. Is going to Cblcago to spend Christinas .wuh her A chess club la Jiobleford with Cpl Slun- caster as president. ,Mr Bucanan as1 secretary tsasurer. The club will meet fourth The meeting was held at the. hotel, where. ;elght wore present; is iho star and ftadmg woman. married couple In- the ecstasies of a mix In' an- other man's stolen Jewels, anj a vouldbo Vampire and you hare '.he recipe for the joyous en- tertainment afforded by this He ports received by. tho manager from other cities are that It is by fa; one of the- most amusing pictures in which Mr .Washbure has jexer appeared 1 James'1 Cruzti directed the production, le obtained an; excellent cast-which ncludea Guy MUhan, Ha'zel Ho-rell, Vera Lflttie WUliams, Wai I CoVIng- and Frank 'EVANGELINE" HERE AS A MOTION PICTURE 'AT COLONIAL TONIGHT best loved wprk1 of Henrj; SOVIET TROOPS -LAND AT TREBIZON VNGORA, Dec IB The landing of soviet Kussian troops at Treblzon, pn the BJacsr Sea coast, has begun according to reports here The first csntlngentpit is said, com- prised 400 Chimse and1 Letts CITY AND' tasTRicT f Arrange The sficial the GW V A arranged last night _fqr a dance m their hall on Dei. 21'tfnd also for a social evening for the members cf the club, their sweethearts and Drives to -take: place on The- social ill lie free and vs ill prboably conalst of a whist drive Finished Purchasing Members of the Military Cnapfer, 5 O D B ;Wbb havo heen purcHaemg gifts for Sanla to distribute to child- ren the G A rtnctloh on Dec 23, hate finished their purchasing. Matm-e fe- ie Manager Len Brown la giving the Kiddles a special Christmas Tree Mat- inee at the Colonial theatre, on Sat- urday afternoon. Four huge' trees loaded down .with gifts light tlio joungsters Each and every child will be given a present: I Great Big Christinas Treat for the Kiddles At the COLONIAL THEATRE THIS WEEK, SATURDAY AFTERNOON FROM ONE O'CLOCK TO O'CLOCK OH! BOYS: .THERE WILL BE SLEIGHS, SKATES GAMES, BASEBALLS CAKDY, ETC. Four Trcts, all landed down with Gppd Things will be on .the stage. The lusky children will be taken up on tht stage and bt given their choice of any-Chrlttm-ii pressnt they wish, will aet a prize of some kind. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TREE MATIHEE OH! GIRLS. THERE WILL BE DOLLS, GAMES BOOKS, TOYS A big, holiday time'for every youngster In Lethbrldge. A BIG SPECIAL ALL COMEDY .CHRISTMAS SHOW WILL ALSO BE GIVEN THE CHII.DftLM. Any child, any seat, 15 open sharp, FRANCE TO RETAIN GERMAN SHIPS PARIS, Dec will retain all German ships which she has'been managing Islocally under tho terms of Versailles says Matin which asserts that recent eonTersalions oh the subject hard resulted In an agreement. These ships agjregate tons LIKE RAPID-FIRE COMEDY? New Looffeltotr, the' tumults Vwet, will be shown on tho -screen whaa the' William .-Fox big. special ppCMluclioX. "Rvatige- wivrta -MJrUm la 'the with Miriam Cooper la the theatre. tie poem, achieved Instant success not only tn America, but all over the world, and within a tew years was translated Into every civilized tongue. A success' Is predict- ed for the Foi. 'film '.version as it adheres most .faithfully to low's .eiQUiHto' addition to .being the; most beautllul ot all motion picture productions A common declaratl6n been r thaC such a, as Evangeline" not sUBCeptlbla iuccesslul trans latloa.ii? Ite acreefrthat tls'.fat'qulv __ :ationa. It has beauty as Bet Fred Jackson with Bryant Washburn Lois' Wllaon as his be> conveved bv t means o? the camera, 'and that attempt must prore'a Jls.njjl_ failure GREAT HOLIDAY SHOWS 'AT COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1 will be. big Colonial Theatre on uiday ,f6rr Broun has one of of the year )n rbaifi As. A .special Larry'Bemoat thesi? be-featured in h! riot 'The Sullor terated laughing WEEK at' the lal's new serial qoldt will shovn This it Ml be a suc- cessor to the ColonUl'sl last "Pirats Gold" abounds" In' thrills. new sensations and new climaxes. 11 features Ceorge the atar ol "Bound and Gagged." ;lu ten episodes, It will hold the Interest ot Coloolil patroas for tha wetka, KrWa> and Saturiaj of eCery necK "The Blue a sli act melodrama will top the bill The Blue Pearl" Is a mretery story, deal ing police, inetliad.s. tie theft ol an iiuanlity o{ jewels, awl Is a tale pf ifte and venture frlda> night will be Couhtrj- VodvK as On this Frldsr, ihUdren will not be unless accompanied b> aft M Brown bas arranged for a Trte maitaea for aaiuiaai mieraogn. >ooayr colonial adTertlsement carries. ill then read 'It, Ings (o the kUdles, Lectures lomedy i Suit- bas no equal "'to lo his usual one cent. standard, auu fully lives up to bis tis the Screen's greatest comedian" The opening episode of the Colcm- _ ______ K.P. Hdl Doa't nlu on "LOVE, COURTSHIP MAR RIAGE" ou 5Cc (o CkaracUr Mouth and Chip. Admlnios-TiC'e r Sunday at 3 pm Consultation in Lethbrldge hotel, noom 18 Tanlac Restored Him So Wonderfully His Son and Daughter Are Taking It With Fine Results. Still another., well-known railroad man to endorse Tanlac is William H. of 711 Alexander nipej Mr Gibbons has been passenger conductor on Iho Canadian Pacific for the past twehe and one of the most efficient and copu jn Jhejervlce of this roa'il lost weight right am feeling like old self now. son and daughter, who haja been allin? for some time, are now'taking Tanlac aUo, with fine results We thuiK there's no mQdicine, en.ua! to Tanlac Tanlac 1-? sold In Lethbridge by J D Higmbotham Co, Limited, Drug gists COLONIAL TODAY AND THURSDAY PHOENIX Today and Tomorrow Jetse.C Lasky Presents BRYlt- WASHBDRN IN 'AnEHODSE' WITH LOIS WILSON They had Just begun tielr game-of and -.both'T-xrerc playing close. But when Hubb} drew othet "queen" and shuffled sonur -burglars tools wjth i batch of secret the rest is a riot of fan and ex citement From the fanous stage farce by Fred Jackson MIRIAM COOPER AS One of the Screen's Most' Bcauilfdf- Pictures. SCriEEN.MAGAZINE "THE PROFITEERING BLUES" Comedy Feature COMING FRIDAY AND.SATURDAY T, :'Q- Larry Semon in The And the opening chapter of big EMPRESS Tonight Lut Time "The Sagebrushers" Coming Tomorrow KATHER11 MCDONALD IN "FASHIOPfS PLAYGROUND GRAIN INSURANCE Grain Storage in Bins nnd GranHries on Farms' FIRE 1 .Month 20o 2 30o 3 Months 40e 4 Montha 60s 5 60o 70s: The EDGETT Limited Balmor4 Lethbrltfge j ,v PHONE >5t Jnsuranee and to'ane -Be' Sure Company I y; :'y. ;