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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1020 PHOTOPLAYS C. P. R. Employees Awarded Chicago OTTAWA. Nov. (By CanadUiu NOTHIN'G-TO PREVENT liEUULAK AIR SEKV1CK VROM EAST TO WEST OTTAWA. NOT. Canadian route marked out every 50 miles and with wireless con- trol ol the plaues, lUcrc would bo ttoltilns lo prevent a regular 40-hour air. service between Halifax and Van-' couver, acconling to General A. K. Tylee. air commodore, who reached minister of labor; has j Ottawa on .his return from the Iraus- rcwived u from tho Itoard of] caueda night.-. General Tylee flow coiidi'aliou which, under tho chair- j from to Vancouver, as a inaushiii of Hon. Chief Justice "ilaih- j fluFsenger during Ihe reccnl flight and crs, ol inquired Into tie returned to Ottawa impressed with .liisl'u'.? ul i (jig EossibiHiiis.u" JlevelLmlng u. coui- libar between lie Canadian Paciec jmercial' cross -country service" Kaihvay and Its conductors aud train- men ou 'western lines to tiie j ol aliout saw. The of Ihe board were I K representing the David "Campbell, representing the j men. The finding o'i uie- board Isj unanimous Insofar as (lie major por- tion of lie dispute rolalius 10 wages is concorued, recoinir.radatton be- Ins'lhat the dispute should be scllled, by application of Ihe so-tailed j Chicago aiTcc-mei.t ul July 20 last- I lu regard lo other mailers rc'allng to certain Mr. 01 Wl HAVE K Lionel Barrymore In Screen Version Of The Augustus Thornas" Great Play Made Into Excellent Motion Picture. Only Way They "Will Gel Urit-i Uarrymoro in a striking sh Trade and Fix Ex- change Hate to tiie number _ Olter ft (1 II I'iiblido.l M Y Y company, and iMi I I ST. P.UiLUE METIS. Alia.. Nov. 1. -Koiir 'Alberta "provincial police con- atiiblcs beaded" bv Constable K. J. YOHK. Oct. of exchange rates is tcudinK to reiiuco the fust j'Oit lipllniii of Grc-at UnWili ilic. Uriled States, according to I'aul 11 manager of tho American IThacihnr of Corn' Loudon. Hugo purchases by Ilriiiel firms in the L'.1 S. were cancelled, Mr.- Der- rick said, vhcn '.he depreciation ol silver c.ime'abouL Tho hiph cost uf through ihe operation ol screen version of "Tho Copperhead." j the play fu vhlth he scored his srfat- success oil tbe will bo the s'.irscttorst ibe Krapress tiwatre'io'r com men clng today. bell, on behalf ot the mcn.'has siiii- Boritdl, rere lively lo toe urgent, Insiieclor thai, accortllns lo Ihe ly be confined to the care" of-incur- ables. :jln Ihe ineanllme the pension, sold- iers' settlement and insurances bran ches ara being run prclly well as scp- arnle nnd Individual organizations.' ''.Sir Jas. Loujheed, minister of the s eiill "nominally head.of re- -It Is now anticipated a new department will be.formed embracing all of the Rclivilics wilh .Ihe returned men." MEXICO PAYS UP. aulhGrity.. I'osl. informed Taking the market II round, he siiil, freights.have Tal- on by uhoul SO per cent, since the icglniiiug ot thn year. This .siluallon s nliribulcil. lo the increase lu the CODD VARIETY ON VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT COLONIAL TODAY AND TUESDAY A. noticeable feature of the Hippo-, drome Vaudeville show which will be offered at the Colon hi theatre today and Tuesday will be the great variety of onlerlaluraent presented by the dif- ferent acts. Frederick the Great and company will top the bill with tlieir "modern in. Fredrick is as- sisted by Mmc. Louise, queen of mys- tery. Judging by tiie success which Fredrick's performances are mEetiue world's shipping tonnage with, it Is readily apparent that me- ieneral scarcity of. goods-Tor-csiiort. I deru vaudeville al'.tfienras likp to be sra 1-avir.s oilier i mystifierl as well [is Many Unilcd Kingdom ports nilh parl-car- goes. "Hc-forc Ihe war' Iho Unll.ed King- dqm was the carrier for 'halt Ihe goods of Ihe said the shipping -ee man. "Our share about qnc- Ihlrd. Thn United Slales 'which be- fore llie war owned a noniinal'ainount of tonnage is now our chief compet- itor nod swallows much would otherwlso be carried In Britbjh holds. Operating cosls Iremend- ou3ly high, the coal Uem being 'one of Iho biggest factors." a surprise is in store. for Colonial aiid- ionces tonight when Iho Fteriflck com- pany are working. Hay and Blanche McKay will he ien in an eilraordinary musical dl- ersion, which they' introduce in excellent variety songs, dances and comedy. Some clever llano playing is also part of the act. .Harry Hume, an entertainer .who can both slog well and supply a real OFFERED TO GO OUT pF LIQUOR BUSINESS of killing of Win. S. Bcnton, a British subject, Juarei on 17, 1014. Mexico Is lo cash lo Mrs. U-jntpn uml a peiiFion of a day BS Ions "s Mrs. Denton remains Nov. Ifawk ot the 'i-lqnor Cbnimlsaiou in a town the b.PJl. main line found two drug-] stores, ono selling llnuor uml CLOSING SALES YORK. Nov. sales -0. P. Ill 124't; U. S. Slecl SStf; other not Imndling It. The store "ioing i II. s. Slcel prrfcrre'd CJ-dlvlilend. the selling was searched, arid the >'v-proprietor becoming renllcnt -volun- j'.ta'rlly offered lo go out of the linuor .business altogether. 'I'he oiltrr was f.lakea" pp and the linuor re-shipped '.'' Iho wholesale house from had becttimrcliased.' HIS ONE BIG NIGHT "Old Sir. C-rithle loots like a man >ho has led a humdrum lite." "Very lltllo ot an cicltlns nature Tot 4ver lappcncd to Mm. Years ago he'eat In" the front row when a 'Dly- exhlbhjon In our and ho tolks about II ycL" LEGAl-LY PAYABLE IN NEW YORK FUNDS MONTKlUU Nov. a result of nrhllraiion, It has been "decided that Ihe million dollar Abilibl Tower and Taper company seven per cent, dchen- turen rcilcmmcd by the company In April last legally payable In New York funds. DUTCH FILCH THE KAISER; LORD BUYS IN GERMANY A.MKHO.XGES'. Oct. The "Made in Germany" sign is still a ic-llsh lo the former German TSmpor- IT. Thoush he Is renoitcil1 lu-fe-ri that his country treated him shame- fully, Nevertheless he continues to buy for himself and his lllllc courl at Doom German goods, neiil .direct from Ucrlln when pOEsihle, notwilh- the fact that he has. been In Holland nearly two years. This was most recently demonstrated when, in furnishing Iho little hospital %VII A NEW DUTY The land lhat rocked the cradle wll aow proceed lo rock the candi- America. helm of hi has built here as n memorial slay In Amerorjcen, ho llad prac- tically every stick of furniture nnd other equipment sent from Berlin. In revenge. It Is paid tradesmen with whom tho exile has lo deal at Dnorn, and also workmen whom he bus to engage froni "tlmtj lo time-, charge him all lhat the .traf- fic will. hear. The Militia Deparlmcnl haa a.niim her ot 1514-15 Stars yet iindistribu uted. EMPRESS THEATRE SHOWING TODAY, TOMORROW 'The, with LIONEL ARRYMORE 'presented. ADOLPH ZUKOR When Lionel Barrymore played "The Copperhead" on the s'age, women and men alike wepl ilhe from their seats' and che'ered. Now the patrons of this, theatre wills'ee th's same great by a 'cairpf Barrymore title roltl y ONE OF THE GREATEST SOUL-Sf OF THE YEAR Christie Comedy, a Travel .Picluire nnd Paramount 'Magazine! An. evening well EpDntiis worth-.while- See this great show. ALLSTARWEEK THIS WEEK COLONIAL TODAY TUESDAY "Hip" A CLEAN, CLASSY ine of laughter will he a welcome ad- diliorf lo the till. The comedy event ol 'the show will the wiirauce of Campbell ami jlcvcr, a icain of colored comedians who, have tho reputation ol ueing able !o crca'.c a riot ol laughter on' every bill on they appear. "Miuslrels Front Memphis'1 theso clever boys. Mcrt Lytell, Ihe pood "name for popular screen star ,T .MiLES MINTER. In JUDY of K-EAL-AHwT WEDNESDAY ANO THURSDAY OF THIS for Voiles, Linens, Batistes, Cottons- Do not think of LUX as a cleanser for only georgettes, chiffons, tricolettes, crepe-de-chines, The bubbly LUX lather means double life to anything you can wash that pure water will not harm. Chiffon or linen, .it's all the LUX. LUX free booklet, "The Care of Dainly CIoUics" sent on rtqutst. Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto Listen, Girls "I'm going to lelf you something about my relations, but I you to tell the I'm In love with, because it's 'strictly ccnfi- SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRESENTS MADGE KEN1BY, IN "Strictly A ploy that covers the whole range of society and It's all about Madge Kennedy's "sisters and cousins and auntc." It Is a fetching, com- edy photodrama with a stray heart throb that will round out a happy hpur. SNUB POLLARD COMEDY, AND FINAL EPISODE OF "tLMO THE FEARLESS." AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS and HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, ETC. ON THE FARM OF EMIL JOHNS'ON 12 Miles Northwest of 10 Miles South- west of Burdetl ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH AT 10 A.M. SHARP JAMES L LARSEN, Auctioneer FREDERICK THE GREAT Assisted by Miner Queen of Myrten'i 4u '-'Modern Mysteries." HARRY HtfME In "Chit-Chat" CAMPBELL AND GLOVER Minstrels, from-Memphis RAY AND BLANCHE McKAY Eslraordiniry Musical Diver- Blon. BERT LYTELL Starring In his stunning picture of circus life, Thing At A Time' A great big tala of Uto under the big lops. SCREEN TOPICS AND COM6DV ORCHESTRA, PRICES TODAY AND TUES. Sue; chil- dren 15c.. Adults 25c., 'ALL STAR'WEEK WEEK SPECIAL ATTRACTION WED; AND THURS. WEEK First appearance "hero "in inoiiihs ol the girl you liavc- .been waitinc' for, MARY" MILES MINTER, in "Jadyof Rogues' HE loved her ud j ioved him. HE leanu that hii gitod- ihe n fa Wolf ii nil of J Thci d AppeilinV, jV huma'li dnvmallza- llou of.Ufa boolc by GRACE MILLER WHITE which hu beeu read by mllllDiia. love Mary. (only mjore To Inlroilure "VARY MILES MINTER In her now. series of hook plays, we-uro-going'1 you tlio benefit of popular prices on Wednesday anil Thursday this ,w6tk. Prices will be: Adults, 35 cenU; children', 10 cenis. MARY MILES MIN- 'TER'S very latest productions .will bo shown exclusively nt :iho COLONIAL ONLY. WATCH FOR OUR GALA COMEDY SHOW FRIDAY-SATURDAY THIS WEEK- COLONIAL ;