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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRmfiE DAILY. HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920 anes For Fort Norman At Cleveland EDMONTON, Dec. ZV-The mall or the Fort Norman oil fields in the orth Kbich left Edmonton November 1 and passed Fort McMurray, De- cember 1, one day la to, it now said to be passing in the vicinity of Lake, The two big airplanes en route to Edmonton for the imperial Oil com- pajiy fop use to Fort t'ormau, are jtlll CleioUnd, Ohio, according to advloea received in the city. Stormy weather has prevented fie aviators from continuing their flight, .heavy snowfalls, with and rain, having prevailed-in that region for the past tern LADY ADMITTED TO 'SASKATCifEWAN BAR MOOSB JAW, Dec. A._Roscr and R. B. Scotl wero pre-1 MDted arid -admitted to the bar before: Brown of tho court! of> king1! bench here this morning j Hit1 lordship remarked that' he was I verjr pleased to welcome a woman to j the profession acd slated that-he had always been favorably, inclined 'to. the admission of women to'the ptofess'lon. SPITE PRO! ARMS iETOSDR! 1 week, V'ayetle and Co.. two clever young Ijmen and a sprightly looting female, will" present a spectacular ottering which they call "Novelty llluntonliU." itJs_au act typical o( ancient Esypt, .tie. fiozno of magical Ulusiona. It is in act of lieauty, mystery and artls- the act. haw heard him on your ticaity presented with appropriate atsgoc settiufis und 'entertalnlogly Charming beyond Valmore. -The King's Favorite, a and clever -young chap with assortment that Is sure to please. consisting pt singing, talking ana imitations, appear- (Us .repertoire of songs ara qj the ktrid. an d: ara from tie popular jurors of tha day. He ha.1 a seia.it lino, of comedy '.and imitations of :he''var'tous Instruments Is taally d.e- A misfit doesa t last long in lie business or political world and as a rule U IB a lack of training ana not. a lack of right- that is to blame. Grover Cleveland., Let it not said of that you are incap- able. Start a business course '-with "us. on the date of our NEW YEAR'S TERM4 Day School, Nljht School. Individual Instruction. Read Mr, Educator's Talks Pisoto.shows Bavarians assembled for rifle practice. The Bavarians, unlike the inhabitants of Ilsrlin, did not surrender ttieir arras in accordance with the peace treaty, They claim thai their rifle practice is harmless'and "recreative." EVERYTHING GOINQ UP IN AUSTRIA VIENNA, Dec price of bread .throughout Aus- tria will bo raised 30 per cent. haglnritng.January.L- The pos- tager 'and telegraph rales will bq increased a.simitar The price of potatoes in Aus- tria Is 160 times that -charged ibefore the war. TWELVE MILLION TREES TO DEVASTATED LANDS and be will surely bo a ponu- !sr JlcCornmck and Sister present a classy refined comedy, singing talking act chuck full of comedy in- lerwQven with a No. 1 harmony and solo singing. Gerald McCornmcX li well known as. "Jreland'e sweetest tenor" and vlll Vendsr solos during phonograph. and hear him in person. In addition to hls'itngtns he willvbruig back to the old days ot the country dance with, hla Jigs and reels on the .'violin.- Sister McCor- mack will entertain you with up-to- date songs and display .some eloaant wardrobe all of which (.ends to stamp this act a big success and In a clsss by Itself. Gerald t Orlfflo will otter the theatra patrons a brand new net compose-' and written.by Richard J. FUJsernla1, conslstlng.of.rieat fefiued comedy dla- logue and ATTORNEY GENERAL ASKS STAY, OF PROCEEDINGS EDMONTON, Dec. in tbe Liquor case appeared be- Several Dignitaries uf English Church Going to Give up Palaces the English church ore making their of- Dec. Christ- mas gift of twelve million trees, 16 be used In re-foresting the devastated I regions .of .Franc.B.imd Belgiua" ajid I also certain sections' of Britain, was shipped' to those countries today j through thoir embassies here through the American Forestry association. Tba seed, wore of the Douglas fir collected from the west coast, a spe- cies which grows rapidly. fore Mr. Justice Hyndrnan in the and leave to appeal from tbo Bloa In St. James Square. :and an raont ot his lordship quashing 'Jat be is quite prepared .to vicllon and forfeiture order against-Klve UL magnlrt- iho company The applications nrgued at considerable length by Mr. Wood and C. C MtCaul, K.O., counsel for Ihe I'-.asr company.: Hyndman reserved NO WORD Of BALLOON. BROOKLYN, tf T, days after its'j rom. here, the naval balloon, sill! missing and officials of-the navai' -i air station were o'fi'any 1 OUT, EMPRESS STARTING- TOMORROW GREATEST HOUDAY ATTRACTION SEEN FOR SOME TIME Bored with pouring society teas, she ran'away and held herself for ransom. Thtn a robber band kidnapped her arid taught her fancy tlirjllng. One wild-woolly See tho loveliest girl In pictures in her merriest madcap romancel LAST TIME TpNIGHIT is Maclean and Doris May ia "HieJalird" DOUGLAS MscLEAN AS CONVICT i MAKES.RECORO IN "THE JAILBIRD" A CHARMING PICTURE 'A, deeidediy-'iliaritilng picture is "The starring Douglas Mac bo shown at the SAWACLAUS HAS JUST ARRIVED AT THE lately, ;p from the three officers on'board: hope has nqt been says grave fears are Bl h 600 annual IV In "a'', plight. He has to maintain Parnh'amV Csstle, the.larfSBt bishop's palace in this country, wllh whicK is ona of !ho sights of England. The Bishop ot Lichfleld .rle.flnltely announces that he Is about to'change of the law.' But all crooks agreeable as Mr. 'MacLeaii is'in'thts mle, stata prisons would be as residences for, certnin neritfils. 'Doris May plays opposite the the-Evening ALBERTA PICTURE GALLERY IN THE HULL BLOCK With a beautiful line of Dogs, .Trains, run by also Staifonary Fancy of all. kinds. Silver- framed Mirrors and Picture Secret: Boxet; In fact every- tblng ySu'can think of, all at a big reduction. ALBERTA PICTURE GALLERY A. HULL BLOCK. To The Impress I Dnrke, o'ne'-'pMho most popn-1 lar of screen to the ES theatre tomorrow.in her lat- his palace for a small house. 'Ha states that, although the'yearly In- come of his see is the' necss- sary official charges leave him only cst' Artcriirt picture, upkeep'oftho'palace, MV3 Is-a delfghtfu] which really requires per-year Photoplay in which com.edyand drama Tho Bishop of Worcester, who blended. Percy Jlar- drawa is also "considering-the advisability of leasing- his'vast palace, i ca- Hartlebury Castle, to take a more mod- est dwelling. v SCHOOL AT CRAUi WAS DESTROYED JULIAN ELTING'E 'As''AN ADVEN- TURESS" AT COLONIAL TO- MIGHT Bettor set your old kit hag packed. accordlug to "aldsf -news -from thr I Colonial theatre, for 'beginning to- I .HEGINA, Dec. A'Blx-rogiu school roulHl lo Alr'anla, (hat fn- :at Cralk was destroyed by .fire that mon srepuhlic tor, tho silv'ry shores of broke out early this rnornlns. The "a'satlan Sea, are' to-he offered total loss is estimated at Pas- al reasonable rates, when Julian El- sengere on a passing train discovered 'n litest; Hepuhllc 'picture. the (Ire. and the train crew gavo tho "Tne for a alarm. The school was ono of the 'wo