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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta F THE THURSDAY. JANUARY 1021 N.Y. REPORTERS Honar Luw's evident enjoyment of his clxtir. Imt by tlui tinio he cuine to spiM'.k, thi' evil .hull lii'i'H (lone his words were, us he hail prmllrted. In- iimllblp to all but those seatcrt quite litMf him. Special Correspondents at Coch- nne Equipped to Withstand 100 Below Zero Proper Care of the Baby (By Brice Bclden, M.D.) Backus Gets Power Concession TORONTO, Jan. special dis-1 patch to the Star from Coi-hrane, pays: "The absence nf wild Indians rtin- nfc'K amuck throughout the streets Cochrane. whirling their tomnhawks with murderous intent, has rvldontly been a source or great dis-. Among the many important points j to ho observed in the proper bring-1 i ins up of u baby arc those of e.xer- rise and Ther.o tilings quite as important in babies, 1C not j as in older children and adults. A MTV small baby is limited to kick- tho'haif "corres-: inft r.nd' crying for exercise -Prolong- po'ideats representing New York cd cryinp senorally means that there who arrived here last night to is some-thing quite definitely Wrong report the experiences or the Amcr- with the child, and it is not so good lean balloonists who drifted to Moose for him as some aeojjje Kick- Factory i Is tho very bast thing for drrtlop- "Even as the best western cowboy ing a baby from the beginning, and materail for the movie thriller orlg-: should not hampered in any inates within the precincts of New: way. vrhich will integers with thlj York City, so the newly-arrived Am-; sort of exercise, erlcan newspapermen fit better into At first the baby should carried the picture here than do the most' about on a pillow. Later this may haxdy pioneers. Attired in sheepskin! be gradually discarded. In order to j coats, mackinaws, heavy woollen head- prevent curvature of the spine the gear, resembling in shape that worn child should be carried on one arm toy ancient imights in the hour of and then on the other, and when he mortal combat, four ply breeches and reaches the age of abont three leather leggings, the scribes are months he may be allowed to sit up well equipped to withstand climatic with the head .and back well support- conditions more rigorous than were eel. At about seven or eight months ever conceived by the unimaginative the child may sit up unsupported, and Indian who ekes out an existence. at nine or ten months he may be amidst the glacial vaters of the Arc- allowed to creep. tic. i A baby should not be coaxed to "Local storekeepers who were for-! stand or walk before he has reached tnnate enough to have a stock ot snow- the proper age for this sort of e.v heavy fur-lined ercise. or even at the proper age gauntlets and other apparel that has nhout twelve if he has not the appearance of being indigenous to himself shown the strength and in- James Bay need extra clerks to handle dmation. Mies so long as the special corres- Outings should occur every day nn- pondents' car is parked in Cochrane." ]ess baby is ill. A short outing is advisable at first, and if the baby starts to go out in mid-winter it is I better to wait until he is about two months old. and then to taXe him out j only on sunny days. In the spring or summar Photo shows the White Dog Rapids, on tne Winnipeg River, near the Manitoba boundary, and the adjacent land, on which a power plant will be erected to furnish power tor the pulp mill in Kenora. The concession was granted by the Ontario government to E. Backus of Minneapolis. Popular French Diplomat is Leaving London After Dis- tinguished Service baby a may be taken out as early as the tenth day after birth. i A little baby should never be trot- I ted on the knee or lifted by the hands 1 or arms. Over exercise and excite- ment are very bad for infants. Cambon, who has TRIBUTE TO Mcuii-L'S LATE PRINCIPAL LOXDON, .Ian. Asso- French ambassador at the Court dated Times, comment- of St. James for over twenty-two years, ing on the death of Sir William Peter- left London on Friday on his retire- son, says that he resigned the great ment. His successor is M. De Saint of principal of McGlll University, Anlatre. i wrecked in health by his exertions M. Campon has been one of the out- to keep the university going during The return to Canada for a trans- continental tour of Mr. H. V. Esmond and his distingnished wife, Miss Eva Moore, In two of the former's delight- ful comedies. Is a theatrical event of considerable importance. Mr. Es- mond, Miss Moore, and their all-Eng- lish company direct from Wyndham's theatre, London, Is in no sense a war play, although It deals with a prob- lem that arose IB every country which participated in Great War. It tells the story of domestic upheaval and the final happy conclusion to -what at one time threatened to become a tragedy. It is rich In kindly it pung- ent philosophy at the type Mr. Es- mond has made peculiarly his own, and it abounds in situations of a most entertaining character. Between a husband and wife, happi- ly married for nearly twenty years, there comes estrangement, due to the Statistics Say People Very Superstitious Douglas Fairbanks' Production All Jlnxt By Disproving Many Ptt Tluortoe, A recent bulletin issued by the Na- tional Bureau of Kcsearch status that more than sixteen million of the United States und Cumula, mug- iiiE in age from sixteen to sixty years and of .both ioxes, fail to follow the dictator of their ova minds lu decid- ing the everyday happenings, of life, but that they rely on fortune tellers, palmists, mediums, sand readers, clairvoyants, phrenologists, astrolog- ists or others who profess to have power over the human destiny. The remarkable statement of this research society goes on further to state that In this country alone thero is :i circulation of ten million Oulja boards. In this mystic little toy, men. women and children place their faith in future happiness, and deed! of glory as well as disastrous happenings are attributed to the weird predictions of the Ouija. Douglas Fairbanks fc one of the ten million Ouija enthusiasts included in tha findings pf the research When the great question of future happiness, marriage, confronts him in his latest United Artists screen pro- duction, "When the Clouds Roll which will he shown at the Empress theatre on Monday next, Doug ap- peals to the Ouija, and, strange as it may teem, the little felt-footed in- dicator furnishes the answer in an amusing manner. James Oliver Curwood'i remarkable picture, "Nomads of the will be shown at the Empress for the last time tonight. Capacity houses are greeting this remarkable Clm, which shows the popularity it -is 'receiving. Attend the Empress tonight and you not regret it. Terrlss was avslfued to direct the special production. I Tito surpassingly sensational turc of the production IK the wrecking ot an airplane hoarlng a bride and groom through a terrific electric storm and I'll) crash of tliu plmltered uu- I'hlno !stu i tree on lonely Trumpet Island. daring is beyond anything attempted In the Held of motion pic- tures in the past. The realism Is flaw- less and the effect tremendous. With equal fidelity anil artistic ap- peal, entrancing symbolism of thd three roads Is presented, and even the little frogs, buttcriUes and volcunos appearing in the title cards on tho screen add to the genem! effect of this wonderful production. COUNTRY STORE .WODVIU NITE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT Tonight's big fun festival as the I Colonial Theatre, the Country Store i Vodvil Nito will be one of the big- gest and best events of It's kind ever offered for the enjoyment of Colonial patrons, for not only is the show it- self a dandy, but the novelties of the Country Store are superior to any yet glvon away by the Colonial manage- i ment. The first prize tonight wili bo a five dollar bill, and othor prizes will include five other cash prizes, 1 boies of apples, statuary, a beautiful butter dish, and a hundred youiut bag ot flour. a la Harry Lauder will furnish ilfuon mlDUtfts fun. "A Day M Club" will lu> presented by The Waldoras, a duo at accomplished athtetts. Mary Mlnter will he seen hi her latest feature "Nurse a picture-play which fc'ives Miss Mln- ter ample scope Sflr her versatility. Earl Montgomery, the great Vitu. graph comedian will raise the' film laughs In his comedy riot "The Laun- dry." and with some music by Charlie Beresford and his six jazi boys, the show will be right up to the mark. A special matinee will be given ou Saturday afternoon for the young- sters. TRY THIS IF YOU ARE WEAK AND NERVOUS i Eat what you want. i peace and tranqullity. lost with Regain your vigor and nerve force. Bltro- Phosphate is purposed to give you added weight and strength and to make you well. Obtainable at Hlgln- j bothain Co. and every good drug 1 store. Strictly guaranteed. CLASSY VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL FRIDAY, SATURDAY Atop the fine Hippodrome Vaude- ville bill which will bo seen at the Colonial Theatre on IViday and Sat- urday will be- The Kole Koinedy Trio, "A Boob and Two who will j offer a clever comedy act.. Harmony singing and an excellent line of com- edy are offered by the Kole Trio who will be firm favorites here by Satur- day night. Eagle and Ramona, Indian Novelty Entertainers will present their spec- Itacular scenic novelty act Into which they Introduce some remarkably flne singing and dancing. Donald McAdam, a real Scotch com- ____________ i GOUVERNEUR MORRIS IS AUTHOR OF STORY "TRUMPET ISLAND" figures'ln the diplomatic life the war and in rallying all the re- j mood and Miss Eva Moore occupy a fact that when the husband returns ot the British capital He has been sources of Canada in men and mater- unique position or. the English stase I from tne trenches to do War Office described as one of the shrewdest and ial to the aid of the allies. Tha Times memb'M of the corns iliplo- describes Sir William as an excellent matiqne. He was sent off from Vic- classical scholar and an ardent 1m- worf..f.n.a 1 work and women's movements that toria Station by a great gathering of perlalist. who however, disclaimed I any sympathy with militarism or over- my lordship and strove for the reconcilia- perconal friends "After all, England has been home for twenty-two years, and it is tion of the spirit of nationality with hard to he said to one of them. the Idea of a united empire. "but, we must all cease work at some time In our lives." M. Cambou has boen the guest at STOLE THREE CASES WHISKEY SASKATOON, Jan. Innumerabla'gatherings recently and Jacob Zell of the Winnipeg police at one of them an unfortunate inci- force, today Identified Jacob Segal, dent occurred. The ambassador was Pager, as a. mifl wanted for burg- expected to make a speech but he iarizing a Winnipeg store and steal- toM his host before luncheon that his ing three cases of whiskey. Segal was Toice was In such condition that if arrested by Saskatchewan provincial anybody smoked a cigar he would in- police at Vanscoy, Sask., and Is being lallibly become inaudible. His host taken back to the Manitoba capital consequently gave directions that cig- tonight. ars should not be handed around to the guests and consequently only cig'-VWILL URGE LABORERS were served with the coffee. BE ADMITTED TO U.S. 'Bonar Law, who was sitting next to NEW YORK, Jan. Cambon, and whose partiality for tives of the national immigration strong, black cigars .is well known, council will go to Washington next quite unconscious of his neighbor's week to urge on the senate committee throat trouble, took out a huge Corr on immigration that unskilled labor ona and puffed it happily. Mr. Cam- ers be encouraged to enter the United bon, with a smiling gesture to his States rather than be restricted, It lest, deprecated any interference with was announced here today. toda. They are tho leaders' in high comedy, and their work and their art- 1 work and women's movemens a istlc stature alike entitle them to i 8he has forgotten their former high serious consideration. Miss Moore is domestic Ideals, neglects her home, Intense and sustained Interest, sus- pense and astonishingly spectacular situations combine In "Trumpet Isl- and" to make the great Vitagraph special production a notable achieve- I ment in the motion picture world. j The picture drama will be shown at I the Phoenix Theatre on Thuarsday, Friday and Saturday. The original story was written by Gouverenur Morris, and has been con- sidered one of the best works of this popular author. The adaptation for motion picture purposes, by Rudolph de Cordova, was edited by Mr. and Mrs. George Randolph Chester, who devoted their well talents to heightening the extraordinary effects attained. To do justice to such ma- terial, an all-star cast, headed by Mar- guerite de La Motte and Wallace Mat- Donald, was engaged and Thomas _ stage, and Mr. Esmond, both aa dramatist and actor, has won for himself an enviable reputation few okn boast about. "The Law Mr.' Eimond's :kes it the paradise it was before. Both husband and wife seek solace alon? the customary lines, and it is only when they are on the verge of a social catastrophe that the wife- suddenly realizes she must u nlc nllo OUUUCUIJ' IGdtuGB HUB [HUB lcb w111 j return to her old ideals if she Is to ed at the Majestic theatre Friday and i win back and retain hi: husband's Saturday, Jan. 7 and 8, by Mr. Ea- love MAJESTIC FRIDAYS SATURDAY EVES. At 8.45 THIS WEEK V. Esmond, the distinguished English nctor and playwright, whn win kffwar with Mlsi Eva Moore and his entire London company In "The Law the delightful English society comedy, at Ihe lYlnjitiufc theatro on and Saturday evenings this week, with a special matinee on .Saturday. WITH SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 TRANS-CANADA THEATRES, LIMITED, ANB PERCY HUTCHISON PRESENT H. V.ESMOND AND EVA MOORE IN MR. ESMOND'S DELIGHTFUL ENGLISH SOCIETY COMEDY THE LAW DIVINE With the Identical, same company and ss at VVyndham's Theatre, London, Eng., for over 400 consecutive per- formances. It Is earnestly requested that patrons be in their seats by (evenings) and 2.15 (Sat. matinee) as the Interest In the play com- mences with the first rise of the curtain. Boxes Orchestra: First 10 rows, last 10 rows Balcony: First three rows next three rows balance SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE-Boxcs entire Orchestra floor Balcony, first six rows balance 75c. NOTICE TO MAJESTIC PATRONS "If we are to be accorded continuance of attractions af the calibre of Mr. H. V. Esmond's The Law I urge you to give it generous patronage. Upon the success here of 'The Law Divine' depundi the proposed visit In tht near future of a number of other 100 per cent, attractions. "LEN S. BROWN, "Manager, Mijestle Theatre" PHOENIX TODAY-FRI.-SAT. A Tom Terrlsa production. "Trumpet Island" FROM THB STORY BY GOUVERNEUR MORRIS Edited by Lillian and George Randolph Chester. Here Is a tale that enthralls with Its cheer power and vividness and charm. It has been picked full of the breath of romance by :riftomen, who have Impart- ed those big and those subtle touches which set it apart as a classic. Stirring in Its ever-present dramatic qual- Ity, appealing In Its human side, ravishing In Its exotic display to the Is a production which enchants mightily. Also First Run Sunshine Comedy, "ROAMING BATHTUBS" and FOX NEWS Above special program at usual MANY WOMEN USE GLYCERINE MIXTURE There is nothing better for stomach trouble in women than buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Ad- ler-l-ka. One lady says: "It is doing me lots of good. My sisters also say it Is wonderful." Adler-i-ka removes foul matter from BOTH upper and lower bowel which may have been poisoning the stomach for months. EXCELLENT for gas on stomach and chronic constipation. Guards against appendicitis. Brings out matter you never thought was in your system. T. D. Higinbotham. Co., druggists. EMPRESS LAST TIME TONIGHT JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S "Nomads of the North" A finer picture was never In thli city. Do your- self justice. See It! HERE TOMORROW Charles Chaplin IN "THE COUNT' HERE MONDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "When the Clouds RoDBy" Cuticura Soap -----The Healthy----- Shaving Soap MAJESTIC LAST APPEARANCE OF THE Arlie Marks Stock Co. TONIGHT "WHY WOMEN DIVORCE MEN" (Repeated by popular request) COLONIAL TONIGHT CARMEL MYERS in the brilliant play of New York Bohemian life, "In Folly's TraiT 3rd episode of "PIRATE GOLD" "A SHOT GUN WEDDING" Comedy, And Country Store 1st in Cash, and one hundred other fine prizes. "Uiusj Prices. FRIDAY- SATURDAY HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE KOLE KOMEDY TRIO "A Boob and Two Blondes" DONALD McADAM Scotch Comedian. THE WALDORAS In "A DAY AT THE SPORTS- MAN'S CLUB" Great Athletic Novelty Act. EAGLE and RAMONA Scenic Indian Novelty. CHARLIE and His "HIP" ORCHESTRA Six Jaizboya Six FEATURE PHOTOPLAY MARY MILE! MINTER IN "NURSE MARJOR1E" EARL MONTGOMERY In "THE LAUNDRY" Vitagraph Comedy. 2.30, 7, mid 8. SPECIAL SAT. -MATINEE Children .15 cents. Mats., SOc; Nights, COMING NEXT MON. GEORGES CARPEN- TIER in 'THE WONDER-MAN' ;