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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Kiunr 1-HF fl PANT HFRAU) TUESDAY. NOVEMBER mail PHOTOPLAYS OTTAWA, NOT. was given iu the supreme court today in a number of British Columbia and Al- I'erta appeals as Britlsh Columbia appeals: Skeena vs. Royal Bank. Appeal allowed and judgment of court below varied in sdro Kaiicut vs. the King: Appeal dls- Idiagtoa dipsentlng. Municipality of Surrey vs. the King. Appeal dismissed. Siaudard Bank vs. McCrosscm. Court being divided, the appeal is 'dismissed but without costs. Godson vs. Greer. Appeal dismlsse_d with, costs. Jukes vs. Donald: Appeal dismiss- ed with 'costs. Kennedy vs. Inman. peal dismissed Wllh costs. Kennedy VF. Mellck. Appeal dis- missed with costs. MAHARG TAKES MEIGHEN TO TASK Vlltahlrv 45 miles northeast of Kor- no, Lithuania, have killed or wound- ed a large, nuraber ot persons, ttji a from Kovno today. Meet In Geneva In December OTTAWA. Nov. (Cansdlan Press) Word has been received by the minis- ter of labor that the next meeting of tho governing body of the Internal-. _. ._. lonal labor office orranlied uuder the Cigar company yesterday declar- peace treaty and in connection with ed a 60 per cent, common stock dlvid- the League of Nations, has been call- end payable to stockholders of record ed lo meet at Geneva on December.December 15. .A special meeting of E. Kulure meetings will also be held stockholders .will be held December lii which has been cbosea as 24 to vote on a plan to Increase the the permanent home of the Internal- authorized-common tbaro capital from BOMBS FROM AIR novelty. They were thoroughly en- KILL MANY PEOPLE Joyed, last night. ;_____ I' Marry Hume, a sieging comedian, LONDON, Nov. dropped J third on the bill made an Instant hit by Pclltlt avimtore over the town of with the audience. He alngs a couple FIFTY PER CENT. DIVIDEND BY AMERICAN CIGAR CO. of talltds with a fine tenor voice, and thea by way of variety Introduces couple of comedy numbers, one of which, a burlesque on grand opera, is a scream. Frederick the Great, assisted by! Hme. Louise offerei an entertaining lonal labor offlce as well Leagne of Nations. Formal notification has also been DECLINE IN NEW YORK. Nov. Amtri- Huston act whicu furnished the id taiicS of novelty to the bill. I ;Bert Lytell tops the picture this' sb.ow in "One Thins at a Time" a flno circus story. .The other items on the- together with, the Colonial or-j chestra make the wh'ole show well worth seeing. ..The same ehbw'will be repeated to- night for the, last times. as ot the tan to fifty million dollars. received by minister of labor of the third International labor confer- ence to open at Geneva on April 5, 1921. OF COMMODITIES TORONTO, Nov. of com- The agenda of the gathering modules keep going down gradually, which has been received from Albert according to figures prepared by Prof. Thomas, director, indicates that the Mitchell of McMaster University, this NINETY BOYS HAD GREAT TIME AT "Y" ON SATURDAY LAST (Contributed) Although ths prevented the .boys eoing en the prvner chase planned for Ibem on Saturday, caused a little disappointment Ihe declared i m t n j thUthev hid one of tho times of Canada Land Co. Took Grand Championship for Both Berkshire Boar and Sow will Include: _ iProf. Mitchell's computation is based Technical agricultural education; an rtotly foodstuffs the weekly rest day In industrial anil allc] 30 manufacturers' goods. The de- commercial and giiaran- cnnB from August last to September tee of the rights of association and was 7.8 pc-r wiit.: combination. their lives on the V.M C.A. gym. .up. with a feed of ice cream and cake. The af- ternoon jvent by veri pule all tqo rTulcVIv for ihe bn .were Divided up J-ito J'lil cqm- 'vn: many group games on the At the recent annual sale of dairy floor and enjojed lots of com-1 and swino which took jelllion the pool vas raised place in Calgary for three days, Oct. up coas'derahlj hr tl-e avoirJuoois Oct. 33, -inclusive, the Canada ..the of boys. It was aj Land k. Irrigation Co., Ltd.; were sue- great sirV seelrc all plunging j cassful in obiaining grand champioa- anil tumbling; arojnd in the water, j ship .for both boar and sow In the There was hardly room to dive Into I Berkshire class. of their young a clear spare on accounE of the num-f Berkshire boars sold for J200 and a her of fnsgs In the water After Ihls young: sow for Good prices were boys were all marched' upstairs averaged: throughout the, sale, and given a feed of ice cream' .and) '..A-.number of Suffolk, rams 'were cake And the funnv part: of t he-' the Canada .Land afternoon was that this! company, and these sold juicture in tho events BO boy refused halter than any'stock contributed with Us" Ice cream and cake. Mr. the 'exception of the Shropshire sheep rams fetched _____ _____ __ _ _ that classified Tery grateful Also the joung ladies 1 breed, the delicious cakes BhoviW mentioned A. Craw-] wford X'm Higlnbotham and L. Simp-' son were on hand to servo the boys .the necessary as-they filed by. We are ven- happy In hajjng girls as inter- ested as they_were on Saturday.-, But wtio'can help being interested In real boy" stuff.'- And we have It !a Leth- hridge. 7" KANSAS MAN BUTS MORE LAND IN DISTRICT W. F. Zeigler of Salena. Kansas, who wons land In Barons, and wtioivu In the city a few days ago tb visit his arm, at that iirac great atisfactton in the investment he made even years ago and also, the gjeat alth he had In irrigation. irs- -lemented his professions by a' fur-j her purchase of half a Bectiou of land n the new irrigated district of Barons, hrough Ear! A. GraafTpf that town. LEAVE IT. TO-PEOPLE ATHENS, Nor. j "Use Copperlieaf LOCAL LAWYER AND CAFE PROPRIETOR MIX THINGS UP A fracas took place in a cafe'In I Nov. to proceed'.Immediately with a survey for.ti railroad Into the ?IIn Flon min ing: nnrth.of The Pas, wa given the Canadian National Ilailwa: by Premier T. o COLONIAL FREDERICK THE GREAT A HUME RAY AND BLANCHE CLOVER BERT LYTELL In "ONE THING AT A TIME" and Empress Monday "The one of the best photoplays; opened its engagement j yesterday at the Empress, when it' i proved to be a great success, playing to full houses at all shows. Tho cast supporting Lionel Barry- iflor, declared at a public in the screen version of "The yesterday lhat he was.-wUling that his greatest stage suc- he return of King- Constantlne to the contains .the names of several hrone of made one of the' cclcbrctica. Supportin? ihe star and for the Greek.people to decide playing the role of Ma Shanks: is n the coming elections; There was Doris Hankin, in private life Mn. no hint at the- formation of a republic Lionel Barrymore. This is Miss .kin's first appearance hefore the cem- era, though long been well- known on the stage. William P. who supported Elsie Fergu- son in Society is Tom MARY MILES WINTER AT COLONIAL WED. AND THURS. IrJ "JUDY OF ROGUES HARBOR' One of the scones In "Judy ot Rogues' calling for a violent} struggle, resulted in lots of blood and braises, Mary Miles Mlnter, the Rea-, laH Pictures Star, makes an attempt toi Bears, the from beating Prankla Lee the "orphan and In a TejyVeallstlc struggle theTdalnty Star administers several punches on the nose of tho giant heavy, bringing the "claret" toll flov freely and was herself kicked on I the ankle, bruising It considerably, arid, thrown violently against the jamb of the door. When asked by her William Desmond Taylor, If she was hurt any, the brave little lady "Not In.the although it was quite that the Star and the powerful Allan Sears had sought! make the scene as realistic as poss- ible, and had succeeded beyond a chance of any, doubt, of Rogues' is being presented this week at the Colonial, theatre on Wednesday and Thursday. ;n the premUsrV address. FRENCH DELEGATES-TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS PAP.lS.'Nov. today REALART PICTURES presents "Judy of Rogues' Harbor" At the risk of the'direst kind of panishment, saves her mistreated .little cousin from the dutches of their brutal "prandpop." "Judy of Rogues' Harbor" is the story of a courageous little girl whose wonderful character, determination, and desire to help thoM imposed upon, helps her to overcome an THRILLING DRIPPING nominated Leon Bourgeois; president j Hardy. Frank Joyner, recently with. of the council of the Leagiie of Na- tions, former Premier :Rerie Vivanl, and former minisfer-'of foreign affairs, Willard Mack, has an important part The role of Lem Tollard Is played bt Richard Carlyle, a Civil War veteran. Oabrlele Hanotaux, as France's dele- Others In the company are'Carolyn jgiie' Nations as- Leslie Stowe, Anne Cornwall, Arthur. Rnnkln, and N. H. CartmeiL gates to the Lea sembly In Geneva-beginning Novem- ber 15. SLACK TIME IN i CLOTHING TRADE -MONTREAL., Nov. Is given today to tha "rumor circulated over the week-end that the clothing factories of Montreal are to be closed Holmes' travel picture. The photoplay, which is a Paramount 'Charles Other' good pictures.'are- on tie program, including a Christie com- edy, full of pep, snap and; beauty, a- Paramount Magazine and Burton; down In accept wages. It is, however, admitted that very alack times are being experienc- ed by Ihe clothing and garment trades In the city and that about slity per body unless the workers i 20 per cent, rt'ductlpn.iin CAPACITY AUDIENCE. ENJOYS COLONIAL VAUDEVILLE Thai Ihe Colonial; Theatre- Hippo- drome vaudeville shows gain cltv, on Jtonday afternoon, in which railways for tile province following a there vfaa a mk up between a local: 0[ the provincial cabinet to- lawvcr and the propro'or ot the .ep-, survey Include an estl- tabliahiiKnt Sir-Toracs hnvo .bcen-i matej constructing a railway issued against both parlies by: tho! ha submitted to'the legls- chief of polce for conduct at Uhe next session. Survey cent, of unemployment among Ijng In popular favor Is evidenced by their the flne support being gfven them by 1 Iho theatre going public, last night's I crowds filling the theatre to-the doors in i public and they will ap- it is before tho iragistra'e According to a Gtatcment made by the it ap- pears lint the row started through tho lawyer accusing the kceyisr of the cafe of bblng a bootlegger. QUEENSLAND SECURITIES APE ON DOWN GRADE LONDON, Nov. As- sociated Austra- lia, securities continue In show gen- ths agent-general a .week ago Issued a message from Prem "Icr Theotiore assuring investors that the" government would honor obliga- tions despite what had appeared In the press regarding the conflscatory legislation of the state. will lie completed in three months, INTEH ALLIED COMMISSION DEMANDS DISARMAMENT MUNICH. Nov. for the prompt, disarmament of militia de- tachments have been handoJ the Bav arlan government by tho Inter-allied commission here. 11 is asserted in of- ficial circles the Bavarian government willasli Ihe Berlin administration to refuse energetically to suppress de- Icnse organizations. If your hair in failing It Is turning grey, if Iho life has gone from it, you can bring it back by using The TURGEON STAYING WITH PROVINCIAL POLITICS at both evening shows. REGINA, Sask., Nov. is nothing to it." This was the answer ot Premier Martin when asked tonight a: as to the truth of a. Prince Albert des- patch today which slated that Hon. F. A. Turgeon.was contemplating re- tirement as attorney-general fa Ihe (GRANULES) E2LINDIGESTION ITB butuitlr oo or In hot or cold; do not to cnuh. QUICK RELIEF! IN TABLET FOU TKOH' WHO rffmt yum. KOTT BOWK MAKERS OF sccrrs EMULSION u ARMENIANS YIELD AT LAST- LONDON, Nov. Armenian town of Iladjln has been occupied by the Turkish Nationalists who havo massacred tho inhabitants numbering according lo n dispatch to tha bureau in London. These Armenians trail Tieen holding against the atlacklng forces since March last. DEATH OF MOTHER OF SIR HERBERT SAMUEL LONDON, Nov. Edwin Samuel, mother of Sir Herbert Sam- French Tonic Delmays "Vilalcne." British high commissioner for maliOB hair lona and life, I Palestine, died here today at the age .daintily-perfumed. It is not a dyo. of 84 years. Numerous messages of Price Canada, n bottle. Ijtte i condolence, have been cabled lo Sir no other. Sold by Sydney Jackson, I Herbert. Prescription Specialist, Phone 861. Across from Alexandra llscment. CASCARETS "They Work.wfiile you Sleep1' loniriil! You GIVES UP JOB WINNIPEG, Nov. McLood of Morden, chairman, in opening tha King meeting last night, nnnounceri hid retirement as head of thR provincial Liberal organization. COT FIFTEEN YEARS HAMILTON. Mov. Car- roll, convlftod of shooting Police- man H. J. Mcrritt, was sentenced this morning lo 16 years In Kingston prison. GIVEN TROPHY FOR BALLOON RACE VICTORY NKW YORK. Nov. B. Du Mpyler and Matlilew. Tlrouso of Del glum, who -won Ihe Gordon ilonnelt Internal lonal trophy for freo balloons In the raco from Ala, recently. receTvr-d the trophy at i are-bilious, connllpalcd! You feel dinner here last night tendered In headachy, full of colrl, cilzw, i their behalf by Aero of Amerlc- Yolir, meals don'l Is bail. Their balloon, tho covered Ta'lio Caocarots tonight for your liver more than 1100 miles when II landed and bowcla Slid wake tip fit find cheer-1 nt North Hero Island. Lake Champ- iul. No inconvenience, j Iain, Vermont. Plerrfc Jlali. llelatan Cascareta too. 10, 25, counsul nl New York, nml many of 10 tho contestants, r.tlemlcd tho dinner Cam obeli and Glover, a team of col- ored comedians open the show with original comedy act, that supplies many a hearty laugh. They are a cou pie of clever colore flay and Rlanche McKay presented provincial cabinet in order to outer the a different sort of singing and dancing. act Into which they introduce plenty Dramatized from GRACE MILLER popular book. Popular- 35c; Children Don't miss our gala comedy, show Friday and Saturday. EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow Lionel Barrymore MJIIS MIMTES, in JUDY OF ROOUEJ'HAJUOTU R.EALAKT PICTURES Wednesday