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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT fHfe MONDAY, JANUARY 8. 1WI Beckett's Dream of Conquering: Invasion Shattered by Moran By Hok. NEW YORK, Dec. Jou Beckett's dream of coming to America and win- nins honors to carry Inu'k to land di.sptilled when ko was knockorl out in tiicoml round by Frank the heavyweight from Pittsburgh. His defeat also put [Jerk- p-tt out or running ;IP far as the world's ritlo is ronciMiied, for he lias showed ho is not comparable to pome of the Amerii.an To at- tempt a nuitf.h atrainsi Jack Dpmpsey the champion: Fulton. Brtfr.mui or any of a host of lesser ability. lie lint court ins a f-MnliLy. .Moraii is not a ring man who Im- uxrciitins in one particular hf is tr.ime. 1 dn.egerl i- i lie niiribiu.1 u'hich has kept hint iietive- in rins to date. Of or spee'd Mora n knowt1. not even ;i pr fciiowledgf: otlior than IK'riHivcly wihily iTiibiiiae blov.-s. Ho is of fhc type which ab--.orijs a for the opportuniLy oi" landing one. and In thii lit- if ihirserous. But '.here have beon wheu Moran absorbed Iilorrs by me dozen. vnitin.-c for the rhancf in retaliate, Tvliich lit1 never did rifseriveiy utilise. Dattered by Fulton. Fulton bnr.ien3-] liiiu info a mass at Nov.- Orlriuiir. WHIard. pave iUe> PiUsburgh title. Tho French boxer out TJHi'kelt in om> round, and iiu'liuutloji to hail (.'arpunUer inarvtl of spocd. Moraii's quick. jrltMiM'Lit victory over Hediett demn.i- I clearly that it is not j to lui a riup marvel to topplu over the, j British champion. A comparison ot' Uu1 uatiuully tmds in j the iiuestiou: "Hiiw long will t'arpeu- tier stand before the annihilating Carpentitr to Meet Moran. Carpentier is a fighter. Ho proved this when he met Levtnsky. He is like a pr-Tither In the ring, though not in j Dempsey's class as a battler. And he Is now going to meet. Moran in a i round bout in February. Carpentier should win. But he will have, to whip Murrn qiiickiy to prove to the Ameri- can fight followers that he is the man to moot Jack Dempsey. The Moran match, however, hinges on wli.U Frank will do 'n his fight with Uumburdier Wells. Moran will meet Wells nex! month. The American fighter should huve no trouble in dis- pnsinp or" the former English cham- pion, as the latter has last been going back. If Moran should dispose of '.Veils quickly, and the-n make u credit- able showing, against Carpentier. what chance would the French champion have with the title-holder? Tho nit'luK si-nsoit In Ken- itwuy from that it rtfc.ulrott tim-ky wilt ujK'ii In Li'xlHUlou April yrurs tu nittku rotnrti irin unit ho t'ltemi til -IityMo July S, .iirnrt'il just in :iU-U Tor i Itui'uit; Commission ik'culttil ;it u moot-! slm about la In1 fonvd iiRuinsl i ins here thi-; aru-rnoon. hot own will to In'uimu lhn wife of 'will luivo ton of racing, Louis- j the man who luitoil. Tho re- will have L'O .lays tit tho Church- Jipnvaranco real lover on tho Kturts pxdttnj: OVIMIU whlrh novor iibutw until tin1 viM'y finish of the Ti'tuiuph and happiness crown the protractod offorts oi' the coiiiilu to cdnibat it wide variety oi :md I.utonia was al- ill Downs rum's lotiril 31 days. A deputation rt'prMentlnB Thorouchbreil Horso Assoriutioii peared before tho connnittiH ed that the dub increiisr .the value ot its purse race.-i. Tho roquesl will be considered. D. J. McKeown, one of North Bay's oldest residents, was his office. found dead in Jas. 0. Curwood's Nomads of the North Showing at Empress aerlous obstacles. The cast includes Stono, who did such spUjuditl work iu "Back to God's Country." Kxtra added attrac- tion, a Smiling Bill i'ursona coyiody. "Hill Down." derful fiiitrt-protatUm of the IrUh IUBS uniuud whom tlu> ntory tu written. We am very huppy tn beltiK able to present this exceptlonnl and you owo it lo yourwlf uot tu nilt'u You'll love It. "Ciod loves the "Kathleen Mavounieen." u E" AT THE MAJESTIC The Arlie Marks Stock Co. who am appearing nightly at tho Majestic Theatre in u repertoire of dramatic successes will tonight offc-i groat dramatic sensation "Why Women Di- _ vorce together with an entir.c 1 change of vaudeville and apci-'sHies. AT "KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN COLONIAL TONIGHT Have you any Irish blood in your veins? It really niattors not for, no matter to what stock yon may trace your au-1 f-ostry, you are bound to enjoy "Katu- I _________ leen the beautiful big Thn -ttriHimi if tbn Fmni-M- Thi Production inspired by the fa-1 od name, which of the North." a pho'todrama I Vv lluam Fox lvl11 present today at the "e.vtraordiiiury" irom toy pen ol" j Nearly twenty years ago Harry Es- mond, os he is popularly and affec- tionately known, wrote and produced H charming out-of-the-darkuess-into- the-light comedy at the Comedy The- atro- iu London. It was called "When We Were Twenty-One" and in the long interval that has elapsed since then there have been fey plays more then huve hren plays more in ui thin "Tho Pi- in which Mr. Esmond and hrt BlfUMl wife, MUM Kva Aloore, urn now Thin play achieved an mnnenpo BUC- cess at theatre, where it played five hundred consecutive pcrfonnancini, and it is duplicating; ID this Dominion Its Ixnidou success, proviiiK itttel'' u play of beauty, of the moat appealing any drumstUt old or younjf, has produced on tho 'stage for years. lAImo.st uvf.j> thing that huppo.ns in the pluy could be told in five minutes, but ita sweet nature, its fvugrance, its beauty ynd charm of Keiitiiuent. ro- main Ions after the porfonsianctj lias closed. It ia n play that contains :i splendid reviving tonic for husbands and wives who huvo boon so absorb- ed in their -own Interests to tho ex- clusion of those huppy hitinmeiefl with which their married life began. The cast selected and the play is beiiiK produced by its Hiithor, and at every city and town visited in Can- ada the success has been emphatic and immediate and both Mr. Esmond and Miss Mooro distinctive personal triumphs. "The Law Divine" will be presented ftt the MnJ.rtlc Ott Jfttk 7th Sth under tbt of Ud, Percy Huichlaoii, vtih Mr. (lunoud und Miai Moors in tha Iwdluc roleb Collins Haw often lockjaw, tU- koning, tht loa ol or kt or mractimn mn lift todl ft- from tbt neflKt ol t bum or little cut! Huilw'i WinH Ol i aid effective firai aia trett- rnent It if powtrM udieyt-c: promptly lo of i this kind wil kutn of' blood haw IB tM for who mv to IW n y (Miktu tMUHt (Jod's Country" and "The Elver's j ilnci." This third product of the Cur- i woo-1 -icnowledge of the Far North ir.irt of natural history is being presented I by the Associated First National as jalso were the other two efforts. Thf i title tells a great deal as to the na-1 lure of the story ot "Nomads of the North" and it has to do with an in- 111 tense love affair which wanders, j through many nooks and corners sel-1 doni called mortal man's ken. Tlla' great piece-de-resistance is -the per- for'sistent effort of au iron-fisted "king- at pin" of a trading post to impose his will to the extent of forcing a girl Colonial theatre. "Kathleen Alavonmeon" is an em- erald romance, hedecked with sham- rocks, replete with heart Interest and reaching powerful dramatic heights. It's a breath straight from the ould sod. blowing its sweetness to you. It j is us appealing as the laughter of j Irish colleens. Theila Bara v.-ill surprise yon as the heroine. This is the exact anti- thesis o" the parts in which you have Iireviously'seen her. She gives n won- PILES t smother day vith Itehiii'', iug, or, I'rotruil ing Piles. No I surgical optT- i a Clou required i u ijooil drubbing in York. I'-.is as a r.-.pnolch heavyweight. triumph oi was RirniiicaiH in. another respect. K rl'i further speculation as to the anility nf George-s Carpontier, is against Dc-mpsey for 1WI. has been increased to it father is in hia debt CM marry Dr. Chaae'i Obitownt will relievo you at oncb announced here tonight liy Col? Pampered and vicious son. But and jflord laatiug beneiii. sop. a box- all J. AVinn. General Manager of the a aimple-minded, hon- Kentucky Jockey Club. This sum. sturuy trapper who got so fur u4 eacloM 2c. stamp Aether with entry and nomination fees _ will make the total value of the race iu excess of JGO.OOO. Tha' value ot' the raro to the winner in 1920 was ooo. i PILES j Are Generally Caused By j CONSTIPATION There jtro few, it nny, complaints more i-mnmon than hemorrhoids, or pitej, as they are eonimonly I avid scarcely any wlijcb cause more trouble, annoyance and-.misery. I Mnety per rone, iive troubled with j them at one Lime or other, owiufi to allowing f ho bowels to become in -4 j constipated fxinililion. i FiKr. ure clusayd umM' three head- ings i.e. itohlng. bleetlln-r and proturl-i ing, anil tho exr'-m-iuiiiiK pains which j accompany tlif-ni canst- misory which i is beyond (Inscription. Ointments and may help and reltevR for a while, but to! get rid of thoro, ir. is noceasarr liavn -A free, easy and natural motion of tho bowels, ut Inast once or twice U day. and by doing tMs HIP causo be Quickly removed. j MHburn's PilLs regulate tha (low of bile to act properly oil! the Hror and bovely. thus removing! the constipation and all its islllc'd i troubles. I They contain no adamel or drastic; mineral ingredients, being purely veg-1 etable. They tire eniaH and easy to take, and do not sripe. weaken or Milburu's Laxa-Mvcr Pills are 25c. a rial ai all druggists or dealers, or! mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milhurn Co., Limit-id, Toronto, i MAJESTIC Tonight at 8 J ARLIE MARKS Daughter of Tom Marks, Cana- da's Foremost Comedian and her Associate Play- ers in a Repertoire of late dramatic successes The Great Dramatic Success Why Women Divorce Men VAUDEVILLE AND PLAYS CHANGE NIGHTLY Biggest and Stock Com- pany in Canada Popular 75c, G.W.V. A. DANCE WILL BE HELD IN G. W. V. A. AUDITORIUM ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 4TH, 1921 will be Music and Floor INVITATIONS FROM SOCIAL COMMITTEE OR PHONE 372 PHOENIX THEATRE MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY JESSE L. I.ASKY PRESENTS ETHEL CLAYTON IN 'THE CITY SPiRHOf By KATE JORDON A PARAMOUNT PICTURE THE MOON RIDERS, 10th EPISODE MUTT AND JEFF MAMMA'S BOY COMEDY and PATHE NEWS Special Opening Today! UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT J. M. EMPRESS- NOW PMC 10e and 105 and 40c The Forest Around Them! Past them plunged .-.vol! ami mountain lion, bear and moose, in a frenzy of (Ire-fear. Beyond the flro-belt lay safety for the beasts; for the man the gallows waited if he DID get through! Anil still he struggled on! Betty Blythe, Lon Chancy, Lewis Stone in NOMADS OF THE From the Novel by JAMES OLIVER 01IGOB The best since "Back to God's Country" A blaze of forest fire in one blaze of drama in every reel I Keep track of the tracki leading to the Emprew Thentre week and you'll find most everyone is going to 5ee af the James Oliver Curwood's Greatest Picture of the Nurtb. You'll nee some wonderful animals. A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION ADDED ATTRACTION SMILING BILL PARSONS IN "BILL SETTLES DOWN" MAJESTIC FRIDAY SATURDAY I JANUARY 7tt 8th, 1921 WITH MATINEE SATURDAY TRANS-CANADA THEATRES LIMITED, AND PERCY HUTCHISON PRESENT THE NOTABLES OF THE ENGLISH STAGE H. V. ESMOND EVA MOORE And their entire, original London Company, direct from Wymlhara'i Theatre, in Mr. Esmond's delightful English Society Comedy lUW Note: The play will be itaged at the Majestic on the above EXACT- LY AS STAGED OVER 400 TIMES BY MR. ESMOND IN LONDON. Mail orders for seats now being received' by Mr. Len S. Brown, manager, Majestic Theatre, Lethbridge. Price., Sat 7Sc i SEAT SALE OPENS NEXT TUESDAY, 10 .A. M. COLONIAL M Tonight presets THEDA BARA Insk drama Written directed by ACCOMPANIED BY A SPECIALLY ARRANGED ORCHESTRAL CONCERT OF REAL OLD TIME IRISH MUSIC MANY OTHER ADDED FEATURES 1st Show it 7.00--2nd Show at 9.CO COME EARLY PRICES -Mitlnees, 40c; 50c CHILDREN 10c ;