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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE l.ETHRKIDUE DAILY HBRAJJ3. G.W.V. !N ANNUAL C01ENTION AT 'HAT-PRESIDENTS ADDRESS __- Welcomed City aild Provln- report.-'ireport of committees, Dorain- "1 '00 Present (Special to tho Herald) MEDICINE HATV Dec. Tho pro- Tlriclil'-O.'Wi'Vi.A. convention opened here thb morning with sunny mild weather, and cot a semblance j of sntxw. !ti the neighborhood of one' hundred delegates are in 'attendance. This morn Ins, led by the pipe band, the delegates nround the ttreeti calling at Iho city hall where Acting Mayor Montgomery, himself a veteran, was ricked up and tho pro- cession wended its way to tho new club: rooms of the local G. W. V. A. Before entering the building, Major Bruce, local' president, called upon i Hon. G, S. PIngle. speaker ot the ler-i Islature, Kho spoke to tha asssiuMago on behalf ol Premier Stewart. was .unable to be present.; -Tha con- vention then convened In the now club rooms of the Medicine -Hat branch, Hsjor Bruce taking the chair. -Acting -.'Mayor- Montgomery extended report, and dresses? from fraternal delegaisa. __ _ SKATING WITH BAND TONIGHT. will be skating at the rink tonight with a band on deck. Last 'band rllght the rink was Crowded, vets ana Mounties hockey Friday night Is Jim Calder Going to Quit? Winnipeg Paper Carries Ottawa Dispatth Hinting at Possibility WINNIPEG, Dec. pa- per- carries the following from Ottawa correspondent today: Provincial presJuentW .A has'no cance, though there" Is littlo doubt that, the, minister .Trill do some coa- a presen then called to tho chair President's 'Addrccs At 1 o'clock this afternoon routine with regard to the ultimate I an hour's llrao Into effect of iho terras of the after which Iho. provincial president {reciprocity pact recently negotiated addressed the delegates, and snid. inml awaiting final ratlficallon. 'That comradeship made sacred by "There lire those who believe that will not much longer re- ties of service find sacri- has stood the test of unother main In .public life. By his speeches on his vostern tour, the minister, it .year, and a more convincing answer is oa tour, tho minlsti given to tbe oostructlie and destnic has pretty 'well cut tlvo iilways I with western connections. It that seek lo disrupt and destroy an been rumored prior to.the tour organisation such as oura an organiza Mj Calder contemplated joining n-v, _ a western land company." has earned tte rirjht to We are a force fof- gooa construe jiive, aggressive and progressive un't in the community the pro.iuce nnl this Can ft da 6t ours and to Canada and to the mother of nations we- again pledge our faifh Long may the flag 4 of empire gMng the message -jto the world of freedom and liberty r ueo. ministei Canada are creating nat'on of labor Is in receipt of a communl- "clean, strong and nealth} Mothers ca'lon from the inanagament of the j who their wives who bad" Canadian rational to the to their husbands and our effect that a meetingat tho .directors womanhood their sweet has been called-.for'-Monday', Decem C, N. R. BOARD ON ARBITRATION; BOARD OTTATVlA, minister THURSDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1920 UJe fills role by Miriam Cooper, long a favorite film actress-here. As everybody who reads or ought to fstory deals fclth' Acidlans from their native .laud, with, .their subse- quent-waifderint-s what'now Is the Untied States, and with the love of Evangellne aud (ha Istter well played by Albert Hoscoe. SpoUUwoode Alike n, (he veteran actor; James Marcus -and Paul Welgel are tor their lood In au exccptloaal suDDcrt- tnr; cast Thij. picture was staged by R. A. walsh, on wham It reflects great Credit. It-Is a (tellght to the pictorial us' well. as an Intellectual treat, THE MOUNTAINS" has ever been -attempted on such a gigantic scale to -supply the wants of a theatre-going public thau was the importation to Canada of Va'd ot the which opens a.lhree-day engagement at the Grand theatre, Calgorv, on Monday, Dee. 20th. To secure world's greatest mus- ical attraction for a tour America Immediately following Its five years'; record-breaking run in London, re- flects great .'credit upon .Mr.' Oeorgi DrlscplI, .who arranged the tour with representatives of -the .estate ot George Eitwardes In' Londou, end amply evidences the tact that the I .Trans-Canada Theatres Limited are ready and willing to: supply Canada with the biggest and best theatrical the world's market. Nearly, "everyone In Canada is familiar with the story and the music of "The JUald 6! the the. returned seeing it walls oyer br iiieni rave about aud the balance of hearing tho music played by hands orchestras, aud finally by hearing Loth. and.music bl the Eouga' via Master's Of all the twenty song numbers, "Ldv Will Find a'Way" Is probably the mos! byre -v n ulspatch to Kuumiiuuuu ineir sweet caiieu-.iorrflionaay, uecem- the London Times from Milan renorls stand foeether in this land bei JO, when the matter of naming a'a fight In the public square of Lucca jnadtffrnn by tho man who fought and, Peroon to represent the railway on between Socialists and Nationalist the boaid of conciliation recently es- laolished be taken up. The In- Tho president warned "Tonr days'dustrlal speak stand to! it allows only five days'for nomma-' Battle Not Over ...jsldent warned of, battle are not over, ctanu 101 n lufc nays ior nomina- is the front only that hag changed -which today There Is new work to do, ao Under tbe however, let its go forward and upward, and the minister has agreed to an'exten- onwnrd holding fast to the principles s'on of the time-until.next Monday of our association" [The board nan been in _ complete" reorganization was aarj and appointment of an invesll gating committee which are reporting to the convention He asked the con vent'oT to reaffirm the.posltlon form crly taken pensions; land, andilnsurance, and'he urged the con in all It did not to sacrifice principle expediency Thanks the Premier He. thanked the province o' AlberU, ihis- col leagnds, forT the; trust in' the dent Hanna a order in regard lo par- ticipation i S. ADMIRAL CALLS ON TIKO; GREEKS CONSIDER THAT AS RECOGNITION association which he. was, been'discharged oompotnnr and States I......__i-h __._.. Dec. Among those on King' Con'atahtine-htre yesjerday was Rear commander" I, units iii tho Adria One hundred shots were .fired and eral persons were wounded The dis turbance resulted from 4 Socialist meeting which had been eilled to pro- test against price of bread. TRAIN CRASHES INTO PUMP, ONE KILLED TRENTON, N-J, Dec man was killed, oae Injured and 200 pas sengers narrowly escaped injury late last night when the Southern Es- press on the Pennsylvania Railroad crashed Into a large hydraulic pump on the tracks at Pennsylvania Valley, Pa, near here and was wrecked S Rvmpalhelic manner haying In mind the greatest good to We greafe-t num lorl I "nU OI lne UreeK naB' S0me lot of great strew Economic condi of. Cpnstanline's entourage said they lions are chnnging unfmplovment consi'dered an official call mado b> I lorce TVIH.L nnd we will bol Admiral Andrews as tanlamount to do tj, dollar in order that in this time when need Is greateM we would have tbe weans to relieve our comrades and my opinion we should carry on 'l- ,r U WAGE REDUCTION Dec The Elizabeth Jlllls at .Mills Grove have posted notices to Its employees, announcing a wage reduction -Decem- ber 20. The compan> makes its first wage reduction in forty jcars nmounf Ing to 42 1-2 per cnut fealt'yllh hi, iltendance'al the Jalnion convention, aad at ses tfon-tft the legislature' he tfce provln command would continue to maintain the Integrity, and the dignity o store for them at tlie Colonial-theatre this week-end, for on l-rldav and Satur day Manager Brqwn will otter tho Ilrst of special holiday shows .Atop the bill will be seen the com- edy king, Larry his .very latest comedy ilon The Suitor Larry In this one is a positive riot. lie is up to more stunts and laugh- Incidents than over before "The Siiltor" will anay dull care all right. Tho Blue a special six-act feature, will fill in tbe drama on the bill. "Tho Blue Pearl" Is a mystery play, and deals with-the mysterious disappearance ot a forlunfj' in' jewels. The opening jjliaptcr of the. Colon mi's new will be shown. .Oeorge D. Ssltz Is featured in this serial thriller, which to bo "tho" serial of the year. Friday night will be C6untry Store Vodvit Nile as usual, wllh Its ray of In-1 cash-being the first priio and'a live'lurke'y-'the'Ee'c- ond prize, Clilldren will nor bp on Friday night, as Manager Brown'lias arranged for a noiisldr" Cbrlslinas Tree matlncc on Salurday afternoon'. HiiBc'Chrlslrnas tree all loaded down with presents will delight the kiddles -on Saturday the little Aiies" to thr! Cpipn'lal onw Satur- day aftetnomi.- hrWe the time of their lives: v 'EVANGELINE" A OEfji.yiNE_TREAT tlie Fox mo tlon plcluro version1 worth Immorjal. poerti, wjilcli will bo shown tor the last tunes tonighl at the Colonial, Is tin- (jucslionsbly tbo finest film -ftchlove- iment sr-ra {QDJ? I Us ouLilmdlnj; feafures are its ".fidelity lo tho posni, the -wondrous j beauty ot many of its scenes and exceptionally capable InterpreUAo'h ot Senator Thtlnnrler Knox of 1'onnr.yl- vaniii Is exported to become Secretary of Stato In cabinet, If hia health Lectures .......J K. P, Hall' Don t miss this fnrnous U-cluro on "LOVE, COURTSHIP AND MAR. RIAQE" on Thursday, admission EOc. to Head.Character by Walk, Nose, Mouth os and Chin. Admission to men, Phoenix Sunday, 3 p.m. Consolation in LclhbricJgo' 18. Theatre, hotol, THEATRE MON'DAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 20th, 21st and 22nd. Popular Prices Matinee Trans Canada Theatres, UlmlteS ard Mr. Percy Tutchl.on, Pntent By Arrsnaement with iha Estate of Edwardeg, London, Eng. 'The Maid 'of the Mountains Book by Lonsdale. Lyrics by Capt Harry Graham Music by Harold Fraser Slnpson, F Clifford Harm Valentine and James W. Tale oxce a tf JL BOX OFFICE SALE NOW OPEN. MAIL o'BOERS RECEWED CURTAINS Evenings 8 MATINEE 2pm It is eamertly requested fiat patrons wlH their by 6 and 2 pm as the Interest of the play commance. with the bf trie _i and Christie Comedy Prices 35c nnd 10c Friday-Saturday Don't forget Circus Day She didn't train the elephant but she did train the man. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS ifilRLEY MASON; .sweetest'circus story ever told A ROMANCE OF THE RING, BY PEARL DOLES' BELL, DIRECTED BY SCOTT DUNLAP SEE IT'At "THE PHOENIX THEATRE LAST TIME TONIGHT BRYANT WASHBURN FULL HOUSE" Colonial TONIGHT (THURS.) FRIDAY NIGHT Country Store VodviJNite prize KM In euh 2nd prize 12 Ib live turkey and icoret of. other fine prizes Children not admitted Friday night .unless accompanied by narenti. Special matinee for Kiddles Saturday, Friday and Saturday GREAT TRIPLE FEATURE In hit comedy riot 'THE SUITOR" eptode pf our rnnzt PffiffiEGQID ACT FEATURE "Ife KM Pearl" i OF JEWELRY STQLEN EVERY c HOWDOTHEPOliCE 3rd: DEGREE SATURDAY V MATINEE FROM .ONE QJCLOCK TO FOUR O'CLOCK SPECIAL OHILDREN'8 XMA9 FREE MATINEE- j Four Olan( Xmit Trees >fl loaded down with, presents the kiddlss. Be sure and lei them corni. Colonial ;