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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK EIGHT THE DAILY H5HAL1) I'EHMlJAIiY 15. I Hill Grain Growers' Locals To Talk Freight To Railway Commission Ulrtiirc will (In- .Nallolial ut- more. I'api-iiii riunkclt, has provided. In tbn airsnicioarf Kid who (ineiioii ,il tho ln'i-.iniilns on .111 entirely :IIH! innch imiiv club- dirt not .iplii'ar. Billy (iayles lUlcd In lor tin! prcsont lour, with J comrdy "sinKln" on short I'at o'.MaUey, Ilic youtluul scrrcn AsSm" It, SIM :i spirit which should bo en- licro today- Norman I1, t.aml rotary, me lit: inniii ijiioriiion Hion diirini: the morning v-vs the eh fort oE tho raiUvay rates Kill upon UM uKrk-ulturaL industry throughout tho-Poimnimi. It iridcd that each of the provincial as- toeiations affiliated ihronph iho conn rtt should Mukii representations 'to fure tho hoard ol1 rail WHY commis- sioners at various hearings wiier. they travel through tho countrv in th Norris Government Not In Control of the Special Committees in House' WiNXH'KG. Fob. XorrU nn on the various srk'i-s. randing committee' in I hi- At. a joint of Liberals, t'onservativrs. Iixlepoiiilor.: farmers ahd li.-ld today, ton olot-L piamiliij: rommiitocs were chos-; 'i for term of the sixteenth legis-' Idturc. In. the. past bavo bct-n roinnosed of majority Members, but the com- nvittec.- today aiv only t-on- ot' prr cent. Liberals, I'iclopi. ndni- Labor per com. Tills K'- the standing of tin1 various Kmpivris. beginning Thursday, and lial.uu'e of' In this startling- drama ol nnwsiuiper life whieh ;the J-'irst XatiiHHil is releasing. O'Mallry performs almost impossible feats daring. LARGE AUDIENCES GREET "GOING SOME" AT THE KINGS In tunnnj; from red blooded drains ol' Alaska u> a farcial comedy tho Nevada plains. Hex Beach's punch and for telling ehanicterizatio'.i ur.'.l rapid uutou arc shown from a. nc-.v ami alluring ungle hi the Samuel Heaeh Eminent Authors' Production. "Going Some." based up- en Mr. famous stage comedy. The characters are pro sen ted with i hi1 voracity woieh makes Mr. favorites and iho. rollicking 1'un has tli'Liiiii! .tii-1 the t-iuhrallinff i i'i Beach never fails; EXTRA GOOD "HIP" BILL AT COLONIAL Vaudeville its, it should always be was imvoutml ut the Colonial lust it, wlu-n one of the. best, bills over the pntiro bill up to tho length of tour The ]ticlurctB. with Jurftlno John- I stono hendliiK in un fli- cellent (triitiiiitiu feature, tiro right up to standard. Tho bill will bo repeated to- night (Tuesday) tlic lutit timeB, and worth braving thn cold wen-' tlutr to see. scon hrrt1 was presented. 1 Tho optMiiiij; iict on the bill, (.Juyles I and LaiiRlcy, caught on with the GREAT CIRCUS TiCTURE AT nice frnm tho very start. With aj COLONIAL WED. AND THURS. new lino of oomnly talk, and a clever! yont; arrangement this hunpy couplo) l.lvos there a man wilh soul so dear scored a I who new to himself has said: "I Two 1-uth the opposite in j wish I were a kid Especially "embonpoint." the Mitses when ho thinks of his first circus. McKrv and Gaffer gave the audience Thero are only u few joys that enter new last night in their i one's litetime." and not the least of' art. A dash of operatic i these Is a hoy's first visit to a circus.! b'jrh'souo. a tuiieh of comedy danc- i This may not apply to tho present ing, .sumo new comedy soiiffs. mid a circus quite so much ns it did to the; witty dialogue kept everybody in a tented show of a. generation ago. when good humor while tho girls were- j theatres and film entertainments were working, i not. .as numerous as they are today j Kairlieid Trio, :i rrio oC and when eoming of the "Biggest i hoys, may be credited wlth( ottering j Show on KurJh" with "JIO host musical net seen here for Count was the event ot tho 1 some time. They ar regular tiuiids j year, only for tho small hoy but' 'ii the Ijunjos. and in ;t varied mim- for his father and his grandfather.! that reason tnoro (Uau in- InrVal attaehui to tho cotntnx of "PinU a romaneo of the big show, xvrltl'on by J. U. adapteil for tho Dcreon by Philip Hum, produced by I'uivursal, directed by Hooves Kason, presented by a Kpluiulid cast, headed by Ctiadys Walton and Jaete I'ori'ln and announced for Wednesday and Thursday this week ut tho Colonial Theatre. U Is tiiild that ovory detail of the big ulruua is t'aithfiilly ruproducud In Ihis biK caravan' v.-indiiiK its wVy over tho rough road, tho ar- rival on tho lot, the pitching of tho tho awakening of the perform- ors. both human and animal; tho prep- arations for tho show, tho mystery of tho vldu-Hliow. tho prrfoniiumio, tha briny Joyous memories in lite' balloon imceviion and all tho minds of Beninrs. and and mu> toaturos uf clrcug llfo. I Other eicellenl. attractions Include, This part ot tho ph-turo aiono nhould "IMrato liold." ami commlliu will bo) u treat to tho youiiRsters uiul shown. REPORT ON CORK FIRE WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED SAYS LLOYD GEORGE !N BRITISH HOUSE i.U.VliO.V. Kelt. .Mr. anr.ninu-ed tiic house of coui- p.on-; tuiiighl that, ilu: iiad it. publish the1 n- uf Sstj-ioli-liin i on of the iun held in store t'tu- fan.s ;jy th? baldest outline- of the nuiin ihrt-i'd of story: A cheer li-ader af hi.- owu ostlmaie as a hampioii siiriater t; lot of cowboys v.-lif have lost to th-? fast- 1 cook in' a rival ranch. They M- nuou the cheer leader with ilie .i'. I'iity of :i for ;i bas of gold. They j.re ro that ihey draw 'ilieJr unv1 in advance to Wilder i- him. .nv hot on his ability. Thou when the i-mvbiH'? begin to ttio hint of the cheer loader's rival in -thai he may "not be such a great nicer tuV-r all. there1? a-popnin? ro a hot- and unexpected finish. MIX BREAKS IN HIS OWN HORSES r jf selections they displayed real musical talent. Banjos, guitars, saxu- But oven today there is a glamor ahout a circus which few oau I phones, xylophones, and a variety of j resist, and to the small boy it is a I, other iustninienU are played by treat ile a sight of tho promised land. COLONIAL TONIGHT '''HIP" VAUDEVILLE "FAI'RFIELD TRIO GAYLES AND LANGLEY McKEE AND SAFFER KID GRAYSOJM __With Justine Johnitone. Other1 Features. Two l' EKIT1SH COLUMBIA TEST CAGc BErORC-: HIGH COURT II o'.von is in churpo t'r.iumijio- Klectnc ami K. C-. N fo-.- tiie city of Vanfinuvcr. Other ".ti'jn'.n'ti are repre- the a number el" lines !u iho pruvince owned by the C. E. R. livery that Tom the fatuous Him portrayer of Western rides in his pictures has beeu 'ii-cken in by lhe.ac.tor himself, ami animal uhvay.-; understand.-? evei'y that is him. Just us? any desperate chances ;unl l-'oriinie." show- King's Thoatro srarting on ?.In's latest release, he speak-; soothingly '.vhii-h i1--1 tellrf hint what they arc her or in yud then they both do U. J-ii" o- in troat- Moroover. he insists body handle i-nd an impatient c liiiil- in Oie companies Csl., to "Mix's of any cruelty to animals. Picture At The Empress Now new picture, which v.-ill he, shown at thy Empress theatre today DLU.1BELLS COMING Tiif 'DiiTnbells" are over the. carry in? on for another in Cauotia. a new edition t-f their overseas vevuo, "Biff, I Bang." j _ They have been booked for a return engagement here nt the Majestic i I thcutro Saturday evening, v.-heii iho j 1 Fame capacity audiences ivhich greet- j them on tho occasion of thetr inlt- ial visit are onticipateu. i The "Dumbells" have firmly estab- i lirhcfl themselves in an enviable posi- tion, be-ins the pioneers of a Canadian .c'.ramfl. it is hoped may form n j UMmdhtiui! for more purely Canadian j efforts in our dramatic development. Xot satisfied, with resting, on his hiurnls and ronttnuing his initial pro- j I cluctinn. which would easily have. found favor for oue or two seasons EMPRESC SENSATIONAL PHOTOPIJkY OF THE THRILLS AND ROMANCE IN THE MAKING UP OF A GREAT DAILY PAPER SENSATIONAL PICTURE OF THE AND EXCITEMENT OT-NEWSPAPJERLITE O md XRIOTGF ROMANCE AND REALISM CMPRESC 1 TODAY AND 1 f TOMORROW ONE NIGHT ONLY MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT AN ENTIRELY NOVEL HUSKAL REVUC WITH TMf 3AHC IN THEIR SECOND EDITION OF BANS NO SATURDAY MATINEE 75c, Sale opens at Armstrong t Raworth's on Tueiday, Feb. 15th. The hilarious tale 4f a "spot- less youth" and his scandalous quest of a blemish. You see, his sweetheart de- manded a real he-man who wasn't too good to be true, Come and laugh till you ache, while the Amateur Devil goes to the bad and comes back with a "reputation." KING'S THEATRE" CONTROLLED BY VETERANS m TODAY and TOMORROW Rex Beaches FAMOUS STORY 'Going Some' manajemenf personally recommend this pic- ture as a first-class attraction. You have read the come and see the picture. Amateur Contest Wednesday Night A WHIRLWIND OF FUN REGULAR PRICES GOOD MUSIC COMING THURSDAY TOM MIX in "FAME AND FORTUNE" AT USUAL PRICES Adults ......40c Children.....lOc CHI ONI AI WED. THURS THIS WEEK SPECIAL ATTRACTION! _ Qniaceur I :uitl l-omorrow, iy one ol! the most do- Jig'nUul in which he lias been seen j in many a [lay. The story h I'uuti- vatiri'g and tho hiiinur most, wijoyablte. i JVIuy heads an clover supporting company. "GoAndGetlfls Marshall Neilan's Greatest Picture I In tlie of And Cut which has its first locul sh.nving at the KmprcSH theatre on Thnrsfiay wlll be seen Agnus Barry and Pat O'Mallfiy. Anil Get It" marks the fhinl indoiinn'lp.nt liroduetion of Jlainlmll .Vi'ilan's jnndcr. his histoiT-inakinic contract (ivith Associatei! First National Pic- jtiires. His two former successes pjavt! lieeu "The River's I'hiil" "Don't Ever Marry." And Got lit" ts said to eclipse Ms iirevious efforts. Opo of the moat dariitK aerial registered hy the motion nirtiiru caoiera occurs ia Marshall Nnilaii's ilatnst his; photoplay of niwaiiaimr "Go And Opt TIM? auiaulns 30 Lions, Tigers, Acrobats, and all the Glitter of the Big An Entire Circus Is Seen! Xo cleaner, sweeter, more i earl-reach ing picture than TIGHTS" was ever made. A story that is as nat- ural and wholesome as an old-fashioned country dinner and just aa satisfying. The story of a little stranded ci cus girl who, the minister's iiock thought, wasn't good enough to be allowed in town GLADYS WALTON much Jess in the parsonage until something- pretty seri ous happened to that town and they camo to seo but that's telling! Come, your- self, to soe "PINK TIGHTS'-' you'll have the Iiappiest hour and one of the biggest thrills you evnr had at any photodramu.. Take bur word for this is ;i real pic- ture! PINK TIGHTS. THEY UPSET A VILLAGE, SETTLED A MINISTER, AND WRECKED A CIRCUS." "Pirate Gold" Bray Pictographs Am I Dreaming" Comedy. ;