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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TKR T.BTimnThftp TTFTTAT.D Members of Manitoba Curling Many Old Timers WINNIPEG. Man., Jan. ton Big Crowds See "Nomads of North At The Empress JAMES OLIVFR CURWOOD'S RE- MARKABUE PICTURE WILL BE SHOWN AGAIN TODAY AND TOMORROW. houses havo been tho or- delightful comedy drama Ire today and Thursday. SiMtlnji of Abounding in dramatic and macnlAcauce In which him comedy situations and with it wealth I drwU of beautifully Kuwncd wurae upbear lend bri WEDNESDAY, JANtTAHY 5, 1921 der at the ij witness James Oliver Curwood's lilm. "Nomads of She North." it is one of thu best i photoplays seen in tlm city for BOIUU members of tha Manitoba Curling and should not be mlsee.! sedation who joined with the Can. I The motion picture screen has long udlau Curlms Team for Scotland are! dace bccoviu the leading centre for fitted to represent tha greatest j physical combats, but it remained tor ourltns organliatlon In Canada and j James Oliver Curwood to offer a tun- ire most ropreeentative of the assocl-i city In the wp.y of a aglu in "Nomads atiou. Ernest Diion divert. Hainy River, the Kmpress theatre'today and to- Ontario, a druggist, is 40 years of aje morrow.. Olio of Uie bigsosit moments He........ which will b? e'toda plioUxlraina is -a. deadly strug- gle botv.'aou a man and a huge hear, the lattar of .vblcb fights in order to life of itc mUtress. advance reports this Accsrd- conflict and was born at Hull, England, came to Canada when quite young and has resided at Hainy River for 16 years. He is well known in western curling circles, being a regular visitor to the Winnipeg Bonsplel for a Bum- between such sharply contrasted sladi- of yearj. j "tors otters a series of thrills which William Connor, Momen, Man, U' "Avoidable. years of age and bom at wlil a children's land, Man. has resided ?t Morten tomorrow (Thursday) after- where he is .deputy to North." veclstrar. He is one of the real voter of Manitoba curling and hu miss- 8re "re ago. Mr. Conner is an honorary life; member of the Manitoba Cnrllng As-i I John Johnson. Baldur. Man.. W'. ywers of age and born si w Icelandic settlement of I He has been a merchant at Baltinr! 'The Law Divine" Is Domestic Comedy Of An Exceptional Charm tar many years and has been among When (he disting most prominent of outside skips tior. Esmond, tbe Winnipeg Bonsplol for the past B'a Mo VAQW UA I. n.-_inn MalMtlf! ho When the distinguished actor-au- lond, and his brilliant Moore, come "to the fifteen years. He Is a splendid onr'er theatre here on Friday and has anneied several during Saturday, January 7 and 8, ia. "The kla career on the Ice. Divine." Mr. Esmond's latest Duncan Ross Forsyta Porreet Man will find in it a 4! years of age, and was born at entertainment of quite u- Brasses, Ontario, but west ''optional charm. many yean ago and has been a proa- A comedy from the pec of Mr. Es- perons former at Forreet for many mond ls a pleasant eiper- in. Mr. Forsyth will rank with the 'enco- human note is never lack- ing. "The Law Divine" is fcest In tne Canadian team as a curler be is among the very best who Tlslt the Winnipeg Bonsplel and name Is now quite famous In the Itoba festival also at many other western carnivals as he devotes most of the winter to curling. Walter P. Payne, Winnipeg, 57 years of age, was born at Chatham Ont. He came west when quite young and lias been a member of the Manitoba fret Press staff for 39 years, and news editor for more than 85 years. Mr. Payne, a past president and hon-l of the Manitoba! play on Carting Association, Is one of the out-] which might be described standing figures In western eurlinr! to and a very circles, having been a member of the warning, it may possibly be, Manitoba association executive since cases. Its inception some 33 years ago, and tk adorably told by is among the most popular of the deftness, skill and a many skips who enter the Winnipeg w't. not forgetting a modicum bonwiel each winter.. .His executive- he Intro- abiltti. has done much, 'DM. attractive; ins the. western curling carnival the youtas- greatest In the world and his name corporal, and Ted, will no doubt be mentioned as captain ,Bub ln the Senior lor the Canadian team. kno" BUI Ted is to Harry A. Pulford, Winnipeg, is not a war play, but it is based upon an aspect of tbe 'Win- that has not been touched upon, and can fce described at once as a domestic comedy ot estrangement and romance, of breezy youth aud i middle-aged philandering, and abovo I all as a revelation iu good talk. j The war has changed many wives more than H has changed husband t Women are in the limelight today, and at times are perhaps apt to bo just a little too full of their own importance. Realizing this, Mr. Es- mond has irrttten a delightful play on years of age and was born at Dun- edin, New Zealand, but came to Win- nipeg at an early age. He has been prominent In Winnipeg civic affairs lor many years, being alderman for serea terms. He is now retired but tor many years was one of the lead- Ing auctioneers of the city. He. first became noted In sport u owner of the Winnipeg professional baMball club, which he conducted with meeees for many years. It Is oaly in the last ten years that he has taken up cnrilna; bnt lie has made good at the game. Alder- Jnan Pnlford will be accompanied by wile and daughter. Ron McLeod, Dshitli, Minn., is mlaa something of the joy of living. AIRPLANE COLLAPSES IN PHOENIX PICTURE One of the most effective and thrill- ing scenes of action in the air ever presented In a photoplay is Included in the special Vitagraph production, "Trumpet when an airplaao containing the heroine and the villain i collapses hundreds of feet un In tho i air. Staunch faith in realism caused Di- rector Tom Terriss to insist that this scene be not as is often done in screen drama productions. The problem of presenting the spectacle of "i "Sc ouru un the Me of Lewis, In Scotland's High-' lands. He came to Ontario wben quite Toimi and resided for some time in miuu is UL 51 years of age and was born cm fn, 'with human occupants "i losing a wing IB midair was a puzzling one for several days, and many elab- m, orate plans were suggested onfy to be the vicinity at Seaforth and Ooderlch! bjr Mr Terriss. Finally Mr. Imt later located In Dnlnth. where h9( himself hit mpn the solution, has been a neceHtnl building con- plan" worlted. being the builder of the fa-i f'e. vlew thia 'Pectacnlar moos (OTernment ahipyards at Dn-: Trumpet at the loth during the war. Re baa been iden- on Thursday, Friday tlfled with carting for many years no doubt wonder _ aor actress and actor escaped has helped ratj materially nukfoc Dnlnth the of curl iff In the United Statce. James lUtthewgon, Wtenlper, a Merchant, Is 41 years oM and was without serious injury or death. To di- vnlge the manner In which the scene was made would spoil its effect, how- ever, so the audience must perforce to draw its own conclusions. ___ _ ibove attraction -nT" -the Sunshine v-umt-uy, nodnimg Diitntubi. A visit to this popular theatre, which is under now management, won't be re- gretted by ita many patrons. tarn at England, i He hu been a rwldent m Western! fnr monv T. _ i Cina and Calgary for aome time coming to Winnipeg about a year William McKeniie. Welwyn, Sask, farmer, years of age, was born Aberfole, Que. He started curling at MooBomln some 20 years ago, hut later belped to organize a club and build a rink at his home village. Last yew he won the Grand Challenge at the Welwyn Bonsplel. Mr. McKeniie i is prwldent of the, Pheasant Hllta baseball league. JoTin. McBwan, Winnipeg, Is 66 years nt and was born at Stransaer Scotland. He is in the wholesale com- mission bUBlnesB. In his younger days hs quite prominent in the Yukon being postmast-r at Dawson City dur- ing the famous boom days in tho gold country. Mr. McEwan has been a ctirl- fr for many ARUE MARKS CO. PRESENT "PLAIN PEGGY" AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT Following up with their successes all week at the Majestic Theatre, tho popular Arlle Marks Stock company will offer at the Majestic tonight their Meosrs. Champagne, Cameron, Ellis Balhar-la were elected controllers ft Ottawa on Monday. Try Musterole. See How Qmekly It Relieves S-y ths ls delicious. Boothmgcomfert comesto takeitsnlace white ointalnt madswith oO of mustard. Uss it instead of mustard plaster. Will not blister. Many doctors and nurses use Mustcr- oicand recommend it totheirpatients. They will gladly tcli you what relief from sore throat bronchitis, croup stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, plctirisy, rheumatism, luS bago, pans and aches of the back or .sp-ams, sore muscles, bruises, feel- thl cheat. Always dependable. of Fiitertaiuincnt value ____ will bo one of thn .most enjoyable since tht< Arllc Murka Co. open- ed their miRjtgements here. I3y special icyaest tho company will again prownt "Why Women Divorce Men. on Thursday night. This play has created since Up lirescntation on Monduy ulxbt. The vaudeville and specialties, big Ing of the Mark's shown, are be- changed nightly. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT COLONIAL THURS. r.ew stunts be introduced at tho Colonial Theatre's Country Store Vudvi! Nile Thursday night. A special sotting. loaded down with a hundred acccptablo Klfts of every conceivable variety will greet Tolonial patrons when the curtain raises at Among the prizes will IK- given away s five dollar bill, five other cash prizes, a hundred pound bag of flour, a full box of ap- i pies, some gcnuinn marble, statuary. a beautiful Derbyware butter diah. nnd a host of other great prizes. Man- ager.Len Brown is firm in his deci- sion to make this week's Country night the biggest event of its kind ever staged. Patrons are advised tliat the curtain will raise at. thereby giving everyone an opportun- ity of being seated before the fun commences. to the prodim- lion. "In Koll.V.s Trail." is a story of love and roniwo rnuldxt the Itoc- chanallan of New York Bohe- mian life, and is classed as one.ac.the moet daring of the recent iilcmres. The third episode of tho Caluntal'a new serial "Pirate Cluld." will be ou thu program for tuiluy and Thursday. The itory Is tottlnj; more Interestlni! with each episode, and la of adventure and fun. "A Shotgun Wedding." a corking nne two reel comedy will complete thu screen attractions, to which will be addBd tbe further'enjoyment of a reul orcheetrel concert by the Colonial Concert Orchestra. Thursday niglit win be Country Store Vodrll Nile. C'umo early. STARTLING FEATURE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT AND THURS. "In Folly's is the title of the superb photodrama, Carniel .Myers, which will be the fea- ture attraction at the Colonial Thea- Irmtmtft for Coutln and KeMt The for V.po-Onolcno tha nm indication of a cold or ioro thront. It in simitle to you jmt tlio little lamp that place it near the aoothlnjf atititrptic 'Vaotr hiun lur. nlhru thu couth. the and conKrstion. nini j.r.iti-cU Li lUwmnMndcd loi Wlicciii mckJIil. Cos.W. Bull Cilirrii an a Crcfiolrnp has been uied for the past 40 yearc. Tho benefit in Send for bouklet. VY DuuGoiara VXPO-CRISOIENE CO., LnmiBt-Miln BUf. "HIP" VAUDEVILLE FRIDAY AND AT COLONIAL A WINNER Four of the classiest acts seen here Ie many u -long day will be seen nn the Hippodrome circuit Vaudeville .Wil.ai the.ColoulHl on' frlday and Saturday thlt week. The Kulo Koniedy Trio. "A Doob and Two Itiondos." will be in .one of -he -best comedy acts of ths sea- son. Their harmony shijlug Is a upe- ctal, feature of their act, and-this combined with n routine of M-oal comedy will make the Kole Komedy MAJESTIC ARLIE MARKS Daughter of Tom Marks. Cana- da's Foremost Comedian and her Associate Play- in a Repertoire of late dramatic rucceases TONIGHT "PLAIN PEGGY" A delightful comedy drama. Trlu popular Kaxle and Itanona vlll a spec- (Hculur Indian nuvelty act, ly ataited, in which they are seen Iu u variety of unotual novelties. "A Day at the Spoctamen'i Is the title of (nnt. athletic and nnrobatle novelty act prreented by i Tho Waldorae. Some arllMIc poslnn by Miss Waldora Is u feature of tho act. During her stay In Waldora will a series of frtw Inntructlon on health and uhvileal do- velopmem. An iinusuul and special scenic sottlnf! adds to'the enjoyment of -the WBidorn's Hoot Mon an1 wo hae a real Scotch comedian on the bill tills week as Donald McAdiun. la "A Woo lilt 0 will make (he ninst forKet their troubles, .Umlnr- In hli style of comedy McAdanm will lid u riot at the Colonial thU week- end with his real Scotch comedy conga, his tales of the bounle heather ml the bonnier lualea o' the liiKli- lands. "A Woman of LVen." with June KlvldgB in the loading rolu will be tint t'oaturo photoplay, and the comedy end of thu will end In a galo of laughs with Karl Montgomery In "The one of tho greatest comedies ever produced. Manager Drown will give a special kiddles matlueo on Saturday uftur- noon at.reduced prices. The regular night shows will start at 7 and y. EMPRESS-Today and Tomorrow Seats Are Now Selling At Armstrong (Phone 1727) FOR The Law I Nanette saw the violator creep.' ing towards her, leering, powerful. At her call a door crash, j ed In and the cabin thundered with i the roar of fight as Neewa, ths j bear, and Brimstone, the dog, plung- ed to the aid of the the i man went down beneath the rip- j (ping, rending, twi-ting, crunching' fury of their THAT FIGHT'S A THRILL THAT WASN'T EQUALLED EVEN IN "BACK TO GOD'S COUNTRY." AND A SCORE OF OTHER SCENES ARE JUST AS BIG. Roaring Rivera and Fire-Girt Forests-Red Men; and Solendid Women-Beast, of Play and Beast, of Prey-Thev startle and you as only one other backwaods drama ever did. LEWIS STONE AND BIG CAST IN JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S 'i (By Mr. Esmond.) Which ths Trims-Canada Thea- tres, Limited, will present with H. V. ESMOND and EVA MOORE and their original London com- pany at the MAJESTIC THEATRE Next Friday and Satur- day, Jan. 7 and 8 (With Matines Saturday) will be one of the finest theatrical events of the present season. MAMMOTH MID-WEEK SHOW AT COLONIAL She dincta ahead at the millionaire's Bacchanalian revels like an Irrideicant bubble clad In a shimmering creation. He followed her "In Folly's Trail." SEE CARMEL MYERS The screen's most ravishing beauty. In her latest spectacular drama of New York's ian life, TN FOLLY'S TRAIL" The Millionaire'. Banquet. The Mad Revels. Tha Dancing Girl-Sprites. The wild absnden of this, the most startling picture for months. "PIRATE GOLD" 3rd Episode. USUAL PRICES FOR THIS MAGNIFICENT SHOW. Also "A SHOTGUN WEDDING" Century pomedy. THURSDAY NIGHT COUNTRY STORE VODVIL KITE i week wl" flve dollar hm' other cash prizes, 100 in. hag of flour, two hoxea of superb genuine marble statuary, a silver butter dish, and scores ot other gilts COUNTRY STORE SHARP AT 8.30. Come early and get a good WATCH FOR OUR GREAT WEEK-END HIPPO- DROME VAUDEVILLE SHOW FRIDAY SAT. n. anim" ever Producsd.-A Forest Fire so to iet Wi" have to if you wa" Special Children's After Sdiool Matinee Tomorrow (Ttarsday) STARTING AT 4 P.M. withal! wHiM T8 a1d this very Curwood picture wnn all its wild animals and great scenery. THE PRICE WILL BE 5 CENTS ONLY BAILIFF'S SALE reeled against the goods and chattel, o< H S said Distress Warrant, I have seized the fo.n. ONE GRIST MILL (Multum in PaiVo) complete with Pulleys and Belting ONE INTERNATIONAL 35 h.p. GASOLINE EN- GINE, 13 inch Grinder WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON Friday, tfe 14th Day of January, 1921 AT MONARCH MILL, MONARCH ALTA. AT THE HOUR OF THREE P.M. Dated Lethbridge, Dec. 27th, 1920. T. J. SIMONSf Bailiff. PHOENIX THURS., FRI., and SAT, A TOM TERRISS PRODUCTION, 'Trumpet Island' FROM THE STORY BY GOUVERNEUR MORRIS. EDITED BY LILLIAN AND GEORGE RAN DOLPH CHESTER. Here Is a tale that enthralls with its sheer power and vividness and charm, it has been packed full of the breath of romance by master cr.-ftsrren, who have imparted those big and those subtle touches which set It apart as a classic. Stirring In Its ever-present dramatic quality, appeal- ing i.i its human side, ravishing In Its erotic display to the eye it is a pro- 'uction which enchants mightily. LAST SHOWING TONIGHT ;