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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE THR DAILY HERALD 7, JULLOON1STS MAY BE DELAYED OOOHRANK. Jan: F t. Lendrum, c.amidlun Press Staff weather at the mildest winter Northern experienced for .somo likely to snil further delay tht iirlTnJ on the C'uniilfan National at the American ballocjUU who alowly heading fur their native land after landing from taelr non- (Urlglblo on the shorts at Bw Overnight, followiiiK i1. ifc-mpoiaH to something like real winter esperieuced in the iiorthland. wnmv ngtm began to fall ami this mornitij; still coming down steadily with milder temperature prevailing. MAKES CHARGE AGAINST AMERICAN COMPANIES FREDKRICTOX, X. B., Jan. 7.- Am- erican companies carrying on lumber- ing operations in Yorll county, the New Brunswick and Maine inter- national boundary, were charjed by Councillor of Horth l.ake, at today's meeting of the York county council with cutting pulp wood or. crown lands and it illegally to the United States U" haullns the Troort throHsh private the> r VI jSHRSSSSSaS it appor .13 H it I its: v had been eat rn prtvattety-owiieii iamL. DONALD McACAMS from which expert: ;j Scotci: :iu- HtppodronH "Our resources arc r-oinf takyu YaiHleviile shoft- at Colonial of the country while HT? sic back and Saturday, witch It joins on." Wardan Everett _______ during the aiscnsiios. C. P. R. NOT TAKING OVER GRANBY PROPERTIES PRINCE RUPERT, P.. C., Jan. No examination cf the at lifts been made by the Canadian Pa- cite Railway interests and tile rororc the hi? corc-prnthy.l is ta tike orer the Grcaby properties is anfountl- ed, stated Mr. R. H, Munro, general aauaagar of the Granby company hare before leaving for NSW York. 8_ys everything is smoothly under a reduced wage scole and tho Oatput of copper is greater than for- JMrtr. arranged thut Cliuiilln Is ulili- to ilo it prouor uuii will uudouMi'dly please the vioel MIS! CLAYTON AT HER Hid you rc'inl l.uddi-r or wrHten hy Harold Vlckorx. whirh iwarcd In Stories" linw This dolnhl'.'ul story beon transferred to tho screen Tia Paramount ArUTaft, with charming Kthel Clayton in the starring role. -Miss Clayton is said to lie at her best in this production, which will bu shown at the Empress theatre for two (lays beginning today. Here Monday. Douglas Kail-banks in "When Ihe Clouds Hull Bv." Hml hU ao wrapped up In war work of Iduds ud In the uuui vnmrm't muvumenti thttrafroitf, sin' has forKolten Bur domestic ilullxe. Xi'nlwtnl home ho aoiaco clsowh'M'O. Sha (ol auit. is an umluenl proe pect of a blaited whon tho wlfi realltee that tho only way to win buck her huebvnit'i Km> is to return to thoi.e Icteale o( homo life which had lemporarily forgotten. The man ner ot her realiiatiou uiul the mvthodi vftlch ahe achieves eventual iuc constitute the major portion of a comedy bright, us winning In its humor, and us ricii in pungent bui kindly philosophy as any the kug stage has known of cent years. Mr. Esmond and Miss Moore are suppurtmi hy an uli-Knslisli company in the original production 1'rom Wynd hum's theatre, London, exactly, BIG WEEK-END VAUDEVILLB BIUL AT COLONIAL TODAY AND TOMORROW 'Humoresque Film Of Intense Appeal To Be Shown Here FIREMEN INJURED MONTREAL, Jan. 7.- Firemen fieaufils and Lup'.erre suffered, respec- tively, u c; t artery In tbe right hand severe bums and partial asphyx- iation, in a tire which paused consid- erable damage to a four-storey build- log at 201-203 Notre Dame street east Jait night. Both men are in the EOS- Ksntor. a hoy of Vital. Nearly a scoro of firemen car- escaped with their Ifres when la section of. the ceiling Fannitt Story of Ghetto Otnius Strikes Pine Human Note at .Picture Fannie Hurst's most appealing story has been transferred to the screen and 'will be the feature at the Phoenii theatre next Monday. Tuwdav aftd Wednesday. The in- tensely human atmosphere of the novel is said to have been incorpor- ated into picture with singular suc- CW3. Tliu story centers around Leon the Ghetto who MEASURED SERVICE FOR TELEPHONE USERS OTTAWA, JM. service to uers in Halifax. S-, has proved savins to ike majority uukMrUMra, wms the Brfdence sfven- to tKe Rail- way Commission this morning by J. H. Winnteid. manager of the Martthna Telephone compaay. serving the pro- vince of Nova Scotia. Mr. WinnfieM said the usa of bad creased under meuured sertice. Peo- ple who conld not afford telephones at J52.50 a tas Bat rate previous to measured serrire, had telphones at the rate of JS a month. The majority of users under "leasur- ed service found k a saving to them on telephone outlay. WANT CALIFORNIA PROTECTED ON JAPANESE SACRAMSNTO, Calif.. Jan. Joint resolution requesting the fed- eral government to conclude no treaty with Japan that would extend citiicn- chip tights .fapanese or that woold nnllify the California anti-alien law, favorably reported by -the state senate committee on federal relations yesterday. FRANCE TO INVADE THE RUHR REGION WASHINGTON, Jan. Through its embassy here, has informally npti- fled'the United States of the ir contemplated invasion of the n'uhr valley'because of the al- leged failure of the German 4 government to effect diaarma- ment in that district. shows an intense love for music. His mother, who has always wanted a musiciiui-son. is delighted and on his seventh birthday buys him a violin Leon's playmate is pretty Gina Gins berg. Fifteen-.years later, Leon is a recognized genlns. On the night of Us triumph at a big concert given for Us people of the Ghetto, he enlists. returns- from France with a shattered shoulder and it is said that he will never be able to play the vio- lin again. Leon's music is his all. He becomes morose and discouraged. Be- fore the war he had become engaged to Now he wishes to release her from marrying cripple. Bit in a rery wonderful war he is restored to full strength and. to the joy of his mother and Gina, turns to- ward new conquests In the realm of music. Alma Rnbens Is the featured in and Gaston Glass aid Tera Gordon are also liclvded in the CUL Charles Chaplin InTVCounf At Ae Empress TODAY AND Tt "an truly he said that Chaplin has norer been seen to better advan- tage than he is in this splendid pic- tnre. The situations and plot are so PHOENIX Picture of Quality" Friday and Saturday IRUMPFT ISLAND" A Tom Terriss Production Here is a talc that enthralls with ita sheer puwcr and vividness and charm. It has packed full of the tutath of romance by master Draftsmen, who have impart- ed thase big and those subtle touches which act it apart as a classic. Stirring in itt ever-present dramatic qua'l- Ity, appealing In its human ilde, ravishing in its exotic display to the is a production which enchants mightily. Also the screaming Sunshine Comedy "ROAMING BATHTUBS" and FOX NEWS Trumpet Island shown at 7 and 1 9 o'clock Children 5c Saturday Matinee Full Shaw NEXT WEEK "HUMORESQUE" PHOENIX MON., TUES. AND WED. NEXT 'HUMORESQUF A Photoplay Featuring ALMA RUBENS Story by Fannie Hurst Scenario by Frances Marion Directed by Frank Borzoge. ALMA PtUBENS in, CcsmvpohtiK Prcdu.cti.crv A PARAMOUNT. ACLTCftAf T_ PICTURJ to extra cost for thii production, admission will be Adults 50c; Children 10c Matinee Usual Prices. 'The Law Divine" T City lonight And Tomorrow attraction of exceptional inter- est is announced for the Majestic theatre here tonight and tomcrrow, when Mr. H. V. Esmond and Mifts Eva Morre, the. distinguished English ar- tists whoso work in high class comedy won for them the premier posi- tion on the London stage, will be seen in "Toe Law Divine." Mr. Esmond's latest and Jn many respects his most, brilliant comedy. Mr. Esmond and Miss Morre are universally admitted to be the leaders in comedy on the English-sneaking stage today. have attained this distinction through long years of earn- est and in many instances notabia and their public has supported them through the most depressing periods of the drama with a loyalty ihat speaks volumes tor their popu- larity and their, skill. In "The Law Mr. Esmond :ias taken a subject which his an ira- 'ailing appeal to everybody who interested in the developments and :be problems of domestic life today. It it essentially not a war play, al- though it depends for its basic prin- ciples upon problems arising out ot the war. A married conple who have lived happily for nearly twenty years nnd themselves, towards the cloaa of the war. drifting swiftly apart The hus- band returns from service abroad to With four classy variety acts and a wealth of flue photoplays the Co- lonial theatre will be H popular pliico uf umusement today and Saturday. On tliB vaudeville bill will be been the Kolo Knn.iody Trio. "A anil Two in :i Kreiu comedy act: Ilonaid Mi-Adams, a clever Scotch comedian; Tlu- V.'ilduras in. "A at tbo Sportsman's a sensa- tional acrobatic and symastic act: and Eagle and itamona in an elabor- ate scenic novelty act- Mary Miles Minter will be featured in Israel Zangwill's powerful story, "Nurse Marjorie." a tine six act fea- ture, and Earl Montgomery will com- plete the show in his big comedy "The Laundry-" A popular priced matinee will be given on Saturday for tbe kiddies. BIFF! A musical extravaganza ot big novelties belt described the second edition of last season'3 theatrical suc- cess "Biff! coming to the Majestic for two nights Friday and Saturday, Jan. 14th and loth, with Saturday matinee. An elaborate scenic investure, un- usual lighting effects, a riot ot chain- ing costumes are some ot the big fea- tures the new edition. Not forget- ting the many dance specialties which are also and eccentric. The skits in the new version were written by that erstwhile member of the out Jank McLaren. The dances arranged and staged by Alan Murray and the gowns were designed by Leonard Young. "BiB! is chuck fall of foot clean comedy from beginning to end. All in all "Biif! is a merry whirl of beautiful scenery, gorgeous tuneful score, clever amusing gklts. The same great cast COLONIAL TONIGHT AND SAT. HIPPODROME CIRCUIT........ VAUDEVILLE KOLE KOMEDY TRIO "A Boob and Two B Jon ties" 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 FEATURE PHOTOPLAY MARY MILES MINTER IN "NURSE MARJORIE" EARL MONTGOMERY in "THE LAUNDRY" Vitagraph Comedy. 3 shows 7. and 9. SPECIAL SAT. MATINEE Children 1! Mntt. SOc; fJijhts, COMING EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow See hurt stirring tiory of love, and a girl who won the right to answer. ohould a wife or a sweetheart AL- WAYS :teN the truth to HIM bout EVERY- THING? ALSO LATEST P. A. MAGAZINE Charles Chaplin IN "The Count" This one is very funny and sure to pleane. Pricee and 3tt' Special CHILDREN'S MATINEE Tomorrow 3C of inldfer ua last HL-UHOII un ajfklu In tbu smuuil million and eompuM Roil Nxwmau, Jack McLuruM, HUM Hamilton. Ainu Murray. Arlbur Midland, Fred Konwick, Chnrlli' Me- Dill Tumiut, i-'rauk liniyi'onl, Jack Albeit I'luakitt, Jtaimy Good, Leonurd Yuung. Arthur Wlthani, Purcjr Camp- ball ajid Arthur Nicholson. Tim ram- OtAnbetl iiuartotte composed of Mmn. Hrayford, I.angley and Pliu'kett is >one ot the uuitunil- lot fpsturi'9 of the new edition and hfti-' achieved tremendous success in the many numbers fea- tured. Their reuiftlion ot U0iy Johnson" a ra-n treat and in many an encore. To have seen the last sea- son version of "Biff! is no reason for your missing the pru sent edition. the .hist how the two taUHlml liven ai itrtlghtuued out Is portrayed wllli mrvrloui bean- ty. darlnff and speVd i "Trumpet Is- it master proili 'Unn. tho rom- hlnution uf a Kl'e.'il sU 'y by u muster teller of UK's, mllio aibpte'd and dlrocted by (unions experts and acted by u cast of stars such at) only Vita- graph can muster. Here Is the win nlng ruder: Houverneur Morris, Ihur of the story; adupted for tho Kcreen Hudloph do Cordova, edited by Mr, and Mm. Oeortce Hundolph Chester anil dlrwluu by Tom Terrlw, with Mnrguerltu do Motlv and Wallucu MacLXiriald as the herrlim and hero. SPECTACULAR STORM SHOWN iN PICTURE Thrilling Scenes in Big Special "Trum- pet Island" Draws Large Aud- ience to Phoenix Kidint: an alrnlane In a tmiflc thun- derstorm with the man she hud just boon forced to marry. Eve do Alorin- court looseued the strap which hold her to her soat. Another momont the bonds which kept her in the midst of life's tragedies would be freed. She would plunge to eternity. Circum- stances had been too much for Eve, tho little convent bred girl. Then a sudden tremendous flash and crackle about the frail aircraft. Tho storm had burst right on them. A splintering roar and one wing of the machine was ripped off like paper. What happened to Eve and to the re- pulsive old millionaire who had pur- sued and finally captured her, using her sense of iluty lo ar bankrupt father as the bait. "Trumpet the ronderful special Vitagraph produc- tion being shown at the Phoenix i theatre on Friday and Saturday tells i vividly and with smashing dramatic force of what followed. Eve had always dreamed of the, kind of man shtj wanted to young, handsome, at last she was to be thrown into his i MAJESTIC TONIGHT AND SATURDAY EVENING AT 8.45 WITH SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 TRANS-CANADA THEATRES, LIMITED, AND PERCY HUTCHISON PRESENT H.V. ESMOND -------------AND------------- EVA MOORE IN MB. ESMOND'S DELIGHTFUL ENGLISH SOCIETY COMEDY THE LAW DIVINE With the identical, same company and production at presented at Wyndham's Theatre, London, Eng., for over 400 consecutive per- formances. It in earnestly requested that patrons In their leaU by 8.30 and 2.15 (Sat. matinee) as the Interest the play com- mences with the flnt rise of the curtain. 12.50; Orchestra: First 10 rows, last 10 rows Balcony: Flrtt three rows next three rows balance I SPECIAL SATURDAY entire Orchestra floor Balcony, first six rows balance 75t. COLONIAL NOTE: After seeing this production I immediately booked it for an early shewing for the Co- lonial Theatre, knotting that it will offer a delightful evening's entertainment to our will be of especial interest to the ladies. LEN S. BROWN. CARPENTIER He Won Honors hi the War. He Won Fame in the Ring. He Will Win MiDions of the Public on the Screen.' The Beau Brummel Hero of the War and Idol of France in a Romantic Society Drama. 8EE The Stunningly Gorgeous Ballroom; the Bevy of Beautiful Bathing Girls; How a Real Hero Makes Love. Three Days Only Starting MONDAY ;