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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE RIGHT LY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER MONTREAU Dec. A gain of SIR ARTHUR CURRIE AS GENERAL (Sir Philip Glbbs in "-Now it Can Be 1 saw a good deal of the Cana- dians from-first to Last, and on 'many days at battle savf thfe totogh, hjrd fighting spirit of these zneu Their generals beliered in commoa sense applied to war, atd.uot ia high mys- in Its savings "deposits secret rites which'cannot total Is a feature of the annual flnaa- be known outside-the circle of claX statement of the Royal Bank o( Hation. 1 was impressed .by Gen- Tha KanL- oral whom I met for the first reports haVing haYa record'year i time in that winter ol 1915-16, and J- earnings KS53.K9 and assets now i ..at >ne time that 1 saw iu him 'plated at the leader of men who in open war- rnrrent loans in Canada have IncrSas-1 farf> might win great Tictories by ed to JI83.747.W9, compared the common-sense thing rap- JU3.259.518 last year. I Idly sud decisively, to the surprise of The bank's liquid assets ot enemy working hy elaborate 1ST ara oiinal In liver F.n nor ront 'SCiCDCO He WOUld. I think. BSlCUDd to the public'and actual by the simplicity of his smash- cash on hand and in banks is over Ing stroke." Those words SO per cent, of public liabilities. After were r the day when the making tho various appropriations tor Canadians helped to break the Dro- dlvldeads and a-special appropriation court-Queaut line, and when they of to reserve fund, there raptured Cambrai. .with English was a-ba'ance carried forward of on their right1 who shared tneir success. General Carrie, who (became the Canadian Corps Coin-. CIVILIANS FAILED TO HALT, TWO ARE was tomethjas "g cat and K- bis simplicity ar.d' sure- Dec. civillauF. illtE5 of judgpicnt. and real Michael allon nd Patrick 0 Co.inor lite (at tie was before "hot dead e afternoon loci to soldierlLfi) was Undoubtedly ot Uonball Tipperary for1 a mia of Eirotig ab'llty. free from refusing lo holt when challenged, ac- those trammels of red tap? and tra- cordmg lo a" stateineJt Issned from dltion which seined rouiid so many DubUc., Castle It nas not specified ot our own leaders the abootlag as done b> I He cut clean to the heart of things, mlJltciy.or the police nUhleislv like a and as 1 ambushfng of a ipuntar ol witched that men imriense in buik, jolH-emen occurred "Mn a thoughtful face and touctj Tippqrary Surday 'inVuing 'nat softened a little when t is BiEt-J v.era on he smiled I thought of him as Oilier! their way lo -sben thej wera C'onmell He as a dia-! One t' >lem wound clplmarian and not beloved h> many Tho others su reLdered their But L's officers who stood 5 fcrms nermltUd to proceed ln swe of tpat ne de- mandcd tiulh and honesty, and that JUDGMENT IN MANITOBA ihis bralr' quICKiy to sure dc- FREIGHT RATE'CA3E TUESDAY- tjsions, and saw big- problems broadly _____( understanding. He had OTTVWA Due men amateurs (-The judgment of tha Board of nail wifh hard business heads and t.t) Cojimisiloners-uealing with the hatred of red tape and nig- ot the Manitoba govern Bl DB which belonged to their! ment (or II e ot tlic recent So UlB Camdian Corps he- railway rales increases will bo hand camc a rowe.ful engine on our side! cd down by the railway oommiSEloa nhM had learned lessons in blood iomorrow It is not einecieii here auti lraBed) "1 be FUBi1 ended REMARKABLE STEfllCHASE PHOTOGRAPH plaue, does it loop-the-loop, escapes In au disguised as a woman with hostile planes dropping all around lots of other fun and fi'llls. Remarkable action photograph showing the leaders in the three-mile hurdle race at Hawthorn HU1, England, 'clearing the hurdles. that the rate order wil Kt-TWO BURNED TO DEATH FISHES..THAT FIGHT AND ;CLIMB den tanks and house cisterns.' ai greedily devourTnosriulto larvae which abound in the Enrieav- onra'were made to transport quanti- ties of "millions" from'Barbados to tropical 'Africa was found difficult to establish; them iu their new homes, and in'actual fact they wore not much superior in their attacks on mosquito: larvae, to many kinds of local fish. A9other interesting eihibit Is the Siamese fighting fish. ..These little creatures aro excitable and pugna- cious, anil have .long .been _kept in glass vessels .by. the Siamese, n-hol breed strains of-' special ferocity. Other little acquarhnn fish on are rainbow, zebra, and "paradise fish, ar- sword-tail fish, and banded trichogas- Wednesday and Thursdaj; this -week nd ers> in the form of his'celluloid self when In a larger' lank are several, es-. the a small creature with "a smoothland naked skin and a bunch of sensitive tentaclcB _ protuding from the 'hentt. With them isa single'specimen of the small Indla'n climbing perch (Anabaa) It Is able, to live oVf of water loug time and b> me.aus ot hard spines on the scales can r-sgle up trees and bushec. (London Times) BRANDON Dec Before tho war there was hope of Grayson and ills son Thomas were Installing an aquarium at the o7ologt- turjied to death Sunday night in a cal Gardens, for which the space under fire which totally destroyed ihelr Mappln Terraces has been dcsigrt farm homq Ihres miles from, this ated The present of labor and of the fire Is un Srayson, a successful farmer materials has postponed this scheme there are.turno fish' w-orth seeing in the Gardens. Known Mr lu RVU pioneer, of the district and his son The Salm6n and Trout Association were, the only occupants ot the house has arranged an exhibition in the Div- i ing Bird which is at least The Congregational church in Can 'sufficient to whet the, appetite Adult 8da hea mnch than doubled its eels and elver- the stage in which program in connection with the For eels enter rivers from the sea are ward Sioyement, They were callfd on shown and a good series of labels and for HOODOO but have- contrioutcd a diagrams explains the'strange llfe- M2009S history of these fish. Eels when ma- I tttre pass down the rivers into the sea land migrate to an area of the Atlantis between the Azores an5 the Ber- inudas There Ihey breed in deep water The rewly hatched young fish are transparent flat oblongs so like' .eels 'that described and named distinct Lreatnres be- fore their nature was known These come up lo the surface and are slowly I carried, eastwards'.by the 6et .of the currents they 'reach the1'coasts of WeBt'er'n Europe or pass through the Stfaits of Gibraltar Into the Jtedi- terraijean They are supposed lo take two on this long passive voyage during wntch they grow, become ind eel llkCj and Just before tliey reach fresh1 waler acquire the black and brown-pigment of elvers and eels. So far .as is known, the adult eels never return to fresh water after having left It. Sea trout and blown trout are ex- and the probable indentlly of Ihe. Uf oafish is explained by labels. There'arc, also common trout, and a few young salmon, 'In House a set o[ small tanks heated by gas-jets have been Prepared iind stocked with some small and brilliantly-colored tropical fish. Among theae are tho "millions" fish or Barbados, to.which attention was drawn some years .ago as destroyers ol'malaria. They breed rapidly even TO VISIT CANADA Lowlher, speaker of British House of Commons, is to Visit. Canada next.spring, in connec- tion with the presentation of :i nev; speaker's chair to the Canadian Co dons by the Fmpirt Plenty of Action Andrrfsln 'Tfe Jailbird" A FITTING SEQUEL V I The Jailbird A the latest Paramount which comes fo UietLmpre s tteatre for two daya, is heralded as a'jEost fitting sequel to the four I'aramount-Ince productioWa in rising 'yonog has Ir. ifisonj1 srhor his latest pic lure, released 'by Re-' public'and eulitled "An Adveatur- opens at the' Colonial theatre for a two days' showing. ia reported that never was there sUch a melange of fun, frivolity, beau- ty and dramatic action as is con- tained .n this BWnge feature 'It all happens in a life-time' is tno -nay Juliani Elttnge regards the work he put into the picture At times the bold Jack Perry at othe- times the cov Mams ell e Fedora Ellin ge plun ges gaily through the film. Thrills? picture Is packed full of. them, Eltlnge Is captured bj an enemy aero- t; BRILLIANT.ACTS ON HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE SHPJVkAT THE 2. AND TUESDAY' With a combination of all tha( is brightest, 4nd in modern the Vaudeville Koact at the Colonial, theatre ,-and Tuesday will liuj-er long in the mem- ories of those' who are fortunate enough to ste It. Ilayuea and Frederlclt, a team ot comedians whose -laughter-provoking propensities have no end, win be leaiureu: iu their riotoatly fiiuny roller skatins novelty act. After a clever comedy opening to their act, they roll into their roller skating stunta pu a wave of laughter. They make "ut> at the artistic or graceful on the rollers, but rely upcn raising :fhsr laughs by the countlesa ha-d kiiocke and buups tb9y take each llmo tliey'hit the each oth- Coburn and Lillian, a, duo of happy entertainers, .vlll, their new comeo; act Clover yodelling and singrnsc, a touch of danclnff, and Hnq 'ot bright ..comedy talk wilt imake Coliuw and Lillian's aqt >ery accept able'si. J Cliet Wilscn, m comedy talk and coinedj some clever car toomng, and incidentally tells a of ftmio stories Hla drawing of well known Characters, comic evo- lutions, ana colored eight pictures will long be remembered. -1 A pleasing flnish will be put to the show by Cavo and Penny in their class} variety act, into which they in troduce-gama good singing, whistling and music They have a new ant novel act, lull of surprises, and are houna to prove popular with folonia patrons. Miss a five-act comedy XraiicoU thVraMbond j-s serious personage. "The strang- est knave Scnfllar, poet, drtnkerjLB'woiHer, j drabber, i blabber, good at jttcJMr. In he Court 6t'Miracles'the-'call tha Kiiig ot the CocUwheUs." i Dillon Is Hrit seen into the Flrcoos' taTern.'i a of a typa ,bf Frinch. !flt (the atmos- was ssd1 ScsTr if with the ot all the rogues and the vagabouda that had haunted be hostelry fro'm'its etil As ho enters Hugette rises from the crowd and runs She throws her arms around his neck. Frgmjhls point carries Uf aim.pla} seeu oa this year. See It drama, will he the feature 'photopla; on the bill It is an Interesting tale of romance and adventure Another of the beautiful Prinna Color Pic- tures number being some wonderful Trout studies, and a good comedytwilli'complete the bill. Beres fords orchestra will eicep tlonally good musical program WHEflE IS DE VALERA? The Sinn Fein leader has disappear ed from human ken In-America. One report he is .returning to. IrelanS.'another that he merely erooiicg a fei) dass rett, Iucognlt6, in some section of Ihe United States. star Mr. Doris Jullen supported by as written by .directe'd by the personal H.'Ince.' JULIAN FEMALE COLONIAL v. Julian Ellinge Isjaue. in: towB'Ton Everything About Cuticura Soap Suggests Efficiency v PROOUCffON KV ij} al: te EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY "Prices 10c and 35c. THpMA'S H. INGE PRESENTS Douglas Mac Lean ...................IN WITH DORIS MAY rawa'd capture of S. Clancy, alias Kld'.'tJugan, re-' cenlly escaped from Sing Sing prtso'n. Snatcsroaro Clancy, editor of Iho IMd- Bon Tidlngg, 1st, ladies' nop'u- lar pinochle iilayor, wag wanletl. Come, iwatch operate! Kunny .as f.Wk Hours' .UsaVo." aa- Una- band Dolngr VHuman asy'fMary's, And G. W. V. A. DANCE DECEMBER 21ST CAN BE SECURED FROM SECRETARY 'IF I WERE KING" THE 'HOENIX The Theatre That Never Changes Its Prices, The Crowning Achivement of William Farnum's Career v" WILLIAM FARNUM The Greatest Romantic Actor of the Screen a A Superb Season I Wore b a I_____ abates! tpccUcular REGULAR PRICES C810NIU TONIGHT nod TUEfr HIPPODROME CIRCUIT r VAUDEVDJI HAYNES AND FREDERICK la a screamingly ftmny roller aVatlng CHET WILSON "Comedy Talk and Comedy Chalk." COBURN and LILLIAN "Momtntdiia Merry. Matore" CAVE and PENNY Clever Variety; Act. PRIZMA COLOB8COPE RAINBOW, COMEDY. VIRGINIA HAMMOND In the great five-act-feature, "MISS CRUSOE" COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA k A GREAT SKOW' 3 shows 30, .7, and 9 PRICES 50c; 60c; Children? 2Sc! SPECIAL WED. and THURS. THI6 WEEK, Blajett Novelty Picture of the Age, JULIAN ELT1NGE The world's greatest female mi peraonator, in his dashing, smashing, .drama. 'An Adventuress' JVUANUITNGE With Hit Gowni and His afrit. With His' Aeroplane Thrlltt, With Bathing Beautlei. With His 'High Speed Auto SEE HIM first Jack Perry of Harvard, then as "Mam'Mlle" Fedora, You'll Lauah-Thrllf-ijnd yourself at never .fcefore, Thurs. Night Thu Week and Every Week in Future CpUNTRY STORE ;