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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta }r 'PAGE RIGHT THE LETHBEIDGE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920 tornied. There has beta only a hitch in th'e- peace discussions aad the be- lle t Ss expressed that the negotia- tions will soon be resumed with good prospects oj'success. His Proposal for Relief of Un- employment? Problem is AssaiUd LONDON, Dec. Time's and Dally. Mail both scornful cora- iooiiy u'pbn f reinier...... George's suggestion that Knows Nothing of Federal Con- tribution Towards Relieving Unemployment telegrams from Premier Oliver would ft from Ottawa in. island" creaseu ntlng out that dominions and the United Statss are braised- the concern'today of those ig to solve the unem- ,1 t..- details of the offer ot -donatin grants are of the type that would he readily accepted -abroad, wo cannot' afford to lose them, while if they "ceded f''' g ern- ot Tad Times'dlrecti altcnlibVlo what it calls, the fiasco of- the recent emi- gration bill, when it says the domin- ions were told in-so many irords that' were trying to rob-thia country I oL useful presence was ab- solutely supply, the.rav-l ages made'by. the war. Now that 1 hard, the Times aJds, the government turns In a panic to a sug- gestion which it then did its utmost to discourage. NO TRUTH IN RUMOR DUBLIN, Dec. is no truth In the rumors peace nego- tiations have been broken off, the As- EOdated Press Is authoritatively in- govefament. here caa get started with the relief work through cities. The complicat- he n'ember. v', sajd thah PIRATEg HOLDING OUT PITTSBURGH. Pirates '.started the long-eipected .hold- up arraojor league players f6r higher Culshaw, Carey, Qri.mni.aridr Cooper have announced their determination to make Barney Dreyfus 'come across with big increas- es in.. their contracts. Served frotri 11 to 2, and from 5 to 8. _ RELISHES Green Celery, en'Beunche Siloed Cucumber .Bloctvr. Paste on Toast" Eifatorn Oyster' SOUP" Chow Chew Cream AapsragM a la Vlotarla .FISH. Gomfcrmne' 'Xavler Boiled. Prater Hiver Salmon, Oyiter d Halibut 'dutlit.'Tortiato.'Saiioe- CWcken Mayonnaise -Crib wish' French DraM BOILED'' Younj Capon, Sauce Supreme Ox Tongut with Peelwl Cfilte ENTREES Breaded Guinea Chicken Cutlet a U Frsncalse Grilled Lamb Chops au Pomme DaUrro Frlti Boston Cream Puff ROAST .Prtwe Ribs of Beef, Radlth Leg bf Pork and Apple Sauce Stuffed 1920. Turkey, Cranbtrry Sauce 'Baked Domestic Goose, Sauce. v-. Steamed and Mashed Potatoes SpreuU a la Bruxells Stewed Tomatcej 'DESSERT Steamed Engllih Plum Puddlnfl, Hard and .Vanilla San Apple, Lemon, and Hot Plo AMorted Cake (Jafe Nolrv MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE Under the auspices of Thos. Cook Sons, and American Express Co. The S S. "CARONIA" will sail from New York Inn.i JStlr, on a GEVEN WEEKS CRUISE, MEDITERRANEAN and JoYPT? V. BAILINGS From Now York... New York... Portland, Me. New York... New York... New York... 1 York... .'Dec. 28--Carmania..........Mvcrrool Dec, .Dec. SO-Cassanrtra. .Jan. ..Jan. .Jan. A. Victoria. --.........Jan. New York......Jan. -To .Liverpool Liverpool .ChernrmrK-Soulhampton ..Plymouth, Cherbourg, Ilambur .Liverpool POLICE RAID "IJBERTysiHAlL" he picluro, but at any rate showing, an orer- abundance of pep. mtschlevouBness and fun, !-'She hae the part'ot Prud- ence Thprne, a society girl her leUuro .time iu her airplane and when it comes to a choice._. beXkesa.. larlsnd, and the decides hi "the Utter. She fakes a kidnapping in order to get money" father for a aevr llano, WH'HowHtiVtoniB the tables in her' a noV'. arrange a a kidnapping pt -owri.i iCrookB'whose aid he ias- eallsttd make a reel kidnapping of It, and make Prudence walk the chalk line incessantly. Finally, at a the crooks are cap- urerS and to escape to her parents' There, when she be arrested, her latheix her.. identity, and rlewHtt makes. a shame-faced confes; aion of his ATTRACTIVE HOLIDAY "VAUDE- VILLE SHOW AT. COLONIAL FRfDAY AND XMAS DAY il 'Photo shows .some'of-the prisoners taken rn a racrn! raid headquarters of the "Irish Citizen iu Dublin. Th'os. Farren, ei-presldent o( the Irish Traties .Council, and Thoa. Johnston of the Irish Trades Congress, are bn'th'e left, facing the camera. Orion Hears About The Wheat Pool Farmers View 'Proposal _With Barb CITY AND DISTRICT The Lucky Winner The holder of the lucky.number, jn Kirkby's cake, guessing awarded today, was 1S56. Salvation Army A special service will be held to- night (Thursday) at S o'clock In the citadel. Tie. officers will conduct an Important meeting arid all, are wel- come. On Friday night weather "per- mitting the' citadel band will'-'give their annual music iu the streets, also the singers will go'out carol a good "and ranchers'in his will be 'very ac'c'epjableV as iri Thursday, Decembof 'cominun- On Slonday, December 27th, con.-1 Saturday. (From Our Own Correspondent) ORION, Dec. .Sunday the 9th, we were favored, with a fall with the yourig people's work; estimated at-abduUsii-iiiches, to n program -will be'rendered conslst- ig of musical'drills, recitations; dla- __ _ 'Sues and singing. At good many cases'the the program Santa'Claus will stee ered. with the supply-'of-water.- The every child1 a. useful present from'a raer'e fa'ct'bf looking but upon a-white; !arge Xmaa tree.. Admission by .ticket; world, realize toattho'fe's-' tivai season is here aud this year there will be no daiiger of "a" green Xmas. Santa Claus. Is with us on Onef our Farmers Endorse Pool James famous :the world over, the fezture attraction at the Colonial Wen- day neit. .TMs unusual leatura is a .celebrated stage drama which" James A, Herno wrote, throughout the civilised world. If it a riperb pic- ture o( rural life In sloepy New laEd villaga'on.tna coast of Maine, and tatrolaeai .illtt M a star la her flnrt' The management its utruns at unusual .Jo this extra- ord.lnar7, feature, faithful picture oi' Ken SMeOMt life, toass with stirring drams and tender (From Our Own Correspondent} ONB-FOUR, Dec. inchi of.'jight snow fell yesterday. and MacBaln bought a .bunch of cattle over In 3-6 and turned them -3 onto their One-Pour farm last week. I them iti Addition: to being the posses- Insofar as theatrical attractions are ncercedrthe 'Xmas holiday season will at'the Colon- ial Theatre; fo't_ths_brlBhtesfand best Hipnodrome Vaudeville bill of the year will be'the attraction there on Friday nnd Xmas special-matinees each day.'and the two regular shows each evening x i Fayette and Company, an aggrcga; tlon of famous illusionists who will headline the' bill' will be seen ic a masterful act, staged elabor a (el; with an Sg'yptlau atmosphere A special scenic production'Js carried by the company, who Including Fay etto himself number fonr people In the one act Fayelta was last season a successful attraction on the differ ent Eastern Circuits, and is meeting with wonderful success on his pres- ent tour. Valm'ore. a talented young singing in vaudeville circles as "the king's favorite" will offer his breezj specialty act Valmore has a winning', ipersonality, and will ddnbt- less make many new friends at' the Colonial weekend sweetest tenor, Gerald McCorrnack will present an elaborate and artistic song revue, in which he is asslstediby his sister. The two of J. H. Wallace and J. E, 'WethereU J.The U. P. A. local met Saturday and jlc-cted'the following officers for 1921: President Alex Hay; "rice-president, David; Ormlston; secretary-treasurer, T.'L. buucan; directors, Axel Carlson Lindsay. They also en dors- Wheat Pool) Old Timirs Meet i: A meeting of the Old Timers eiecu-. tlve committee will be held on evening next to consider matters ty tree -and enterfalnment' the Old Timerfi n evidence at the TJnlpn church ie evening ;of: that 'day, aid-it is to expected jer the children with.Its good things the season brings: Neit Sunday the Sunday" school les- sons .and_.service, will be' Cjirist- mas m the; Sunday, school an offering' famraa Fond. The RTT. II: 0. Woods In making tha annoncement pleaded for" liberal an ainount.'aa-p'Dsslple..! read the Herald see. that ,it was an almost. -npp'eai to ielp the starving '.millions-, of' Qtiina. As a church remember tlat the famine Includes tbit part of where otir own missionaries are work- ing. t Last 'Thursday' the .farmers of. the tho .nrlyilege.-bt. hearing all 'about- the pfop'baeiJ'.Wbiat'pbbl' by Mr. McRory of- the U.- O. i The audience was not tor larga as-was'ex- pected: those Tery favorably .Impresae'd T .with npeaker and his farmers here'seem very much In'faVOr of the proposed scheme.: The'danger of-'barbed'..wire .fences teem to be always with' Harry Elliott bad one of hls'wo'rk horses bad- ly cut by ccr.itactvf of barb wire a few days-agoV Mr. Win. to lose, a !valliable h'orse .last week. Mr. S. Egglsston' lost i. young horso last Wednesday. With the thermofncler "at Zero the scholars who Orion Con- solidated school will not be sorry that today Is closing day. On-Mnnday some of the drivers used sleighs Instead of the cars. ._.'. The closing of took placo In the senior school this afternoon and under the "direction of the teachers, Mrs. Messenger and Miss G. Cress, the scholars gave recitation's dialogues, choruses, etc., .to the school and tho parents and friends'who com- posed the audience. 'Stores Open Tonight AH retail- stores in the city will be open o'clock tonight, -.arid large crowds of '.Christmas -shoppers are expected to' taka advantage of trie 1 prlVllegei': stores H o'clock. evening arid Fined Ten Dollars Johu. Stevenij, was. lined J10 ___ costs in police conrfithls haying liquor in oilier 'than' his pri- vate residence. Chimney Cfogaed Owing to the. chimney having be- come clogged D. E. Harris and tardily had a'close-call on'Wed- nesday night. The fumes- of the 'gas burning in the furnace 6ould -find'no outlet snd backed up through trouble the HUMMEL" QUITS READING HEADING, Pa, Manager John Hummel has reslgncd-as leader of the Heading Internati6nal. league team; Hummel has no plans'Tor Jest sea- son. Comes to Toronto University fered IE time, and though som? family were III from the polsoii tie day there ub serious a Bjan is a millionaire he can sw all the fool things he wants to without impairing his reputation. sors-of'.wonderful'slnging voices, are up 'to adding to .heir numbers a bright line of corned} Richard Gerald and :Faye Griffin will ofter a smart domedy singing and piano speclalt) act Both are able jerformers with that peculiar tmacfc In to. the, esteem ot Ijcir audiences and will doubtless spore a at the Colonial on Frlda) and Saturday I As an extra-holiday treat, Manager Len Brown has booked as his special feature pjiptoplay attraction the time-, ly Chrlstrriastlde.-tale 'of good and optimism The Secret Gift We' are accustomed to scarlet -vampires haloed heroes and KaUnlc Tillalns that .Beautiful story will be exceptionally acceptable at this Xmas time _ lw and the latwt Vitagraph comedy hit and the concert orchestralrprbgramiwill complete .this b'.ll I Popular Paramount Artcraft Star Has pine Role "Away Goes Biliie. Burke makes her return to the niotloh pictures (.in "Aiway- Goes a fascinating funny Para- mount Artcraft a brief .interval spent -on the stage in ''Caesar's This is an original story by. Josephine Lovett and Vlll be the chief attraction 'at 'theVEuipriss theatre today. 'Perhaps; it was Jliss Burke'sditlle stage1 that to show- renewed' seat and charm in DEEP WATERWAY OFFIGERS Officers ol Hie Canadfan Deep Waterways ARSoclat'.on, re-electctl at the annual meeting last week. Lett lo right: r. Madura Schlandors FtlGS Windsor, sccretSry-trcasurer; W. K; German, K.C., Welland, honor- ary president, and 0. E. Fleming, Windsor, prealdent. Prof. It. K. Knox ot has Joined the Department at Toronto Eng., who of English WE MAKE YOU A GENUINE OFFER ON PARISIAN IVORY AND EBONY GOODS This Is not a marked-up prices are plain and just 33 taken Into stock. There are articles too numerous to Itemize, but we have every- thing In IVORY GOODS. With the luxury lax off thlt reduction is equal lo 35% off. PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. Open Sunday Hours on Christmas Day COUNTRY STbftE VOOVIL KITE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT be Conn- try'Store Vodvil-Nita, when a special Xmas program will be offered Timely1 gifts will be given away by the acoT in addition to the two first flre dolldrv A fine show, .with Julian Eltiflge is 'An Advcritoress'.' and numerous other attractions'wilUround out a pleasant evening Patryns are requssled to attend as early possible Bring the' whole familr-MVs -the -t'family night." -V FAMOUS MELODRAMA COMING t TO COLONIAL SOON 'Shore the immortal stage play of New England life that made THIS WILL BENEHT LETHBR1DGE WOMEN Stomach trouble In women Is often due to retained waata matter. This poisons the stomach for months caus- ing gas on tho'Stomach and sour stom ach The old, poisonous accumulation should be "'cleaned out' with simple buckthorn-" bart, glycerine, as mixed in Adleriki Acting on BOTH upper bowel, Adlerlka re- moves you never thought was in your EXCELLENT tor gas on tho stomafh and chronic constipa tlon 6uarJs .against appendicitis ,1. D Hiilniotham fe Co, Limited, druggists. Active and Healthy With Cuticora Soap PHOENIX J. Stuart Blaekton Preienti "The House of the SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GHOST STORY SUNSHINE COMEDY and riFOX NEWS, BALANCE OF WEEK Pricti 10c and He, Adoiph Zvktr PftwnM BUHE BURKE (By krnngWMat with Zleffkld, Jr) ra "AWAY GOES PRUDENCF A ParamoBBt Artcraft Picture. Pink teti'mide her blue. So she kidnapped herself tor a thrill and fled lo Waahlady Ryan's. Now (he's "Queen" ot tie "sweetest-looking lot'.pf despera- and you ought to see Frit- 'dence burglel The, "Coarm Girl the Screen" madcap- romance ot Love, and- Bicite- ment 2-REEL SUNSHINE' COMEDY (First Run) A Good Holiday Attraction. Special Children's Mali- nee Fnday and Saturday. .vC COLONIflL TODAY AND THURS. TONIGHT (THURS.) A Big and ExtraSpedal .._ Christmas Week Country Store VodvilNite 1st Prize, 16.00 in'Cath; 2nd Prize, IZ-lb. a Great Big AsMrtment of Spe- cial ChrlMmu Prliti. Come it 5.45 GREAT HOLIDAY HIPPODROME cmcurr VAUDEVILLE BILL FRlandSAT. SUPERB HEADLINE ACT THE FAYETTE CO. Modern Mlutlonltti. Elaborate.Stage VALMORE "Thi'Klng't Gerald McCORMACK and SISTER In a Revue- j RICHARD GERALD FAYE GRIEFJN FEATURE PHOTOPLAY SECRET GIFT" A special Chrlitmu itory ot aooJ cheer and the joy of- llr- MONTGOMERY AND ROCK' r In their latett comedy riot, "KNIGHTS AKD-KNIQHTIES" Same popular prices this greit holiday thow; 1 Nights 60 cents. Children, 26 Big Holiday Matinee on Xmas Day, at 2.30. COLDlim ;