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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE! MINERS K) JEIURN TO ffORKON MONDAY NEXT lONDOK, NOT. 4 (By Canadian Associated work Is os- pected to be returned in the coal Blnej, dosed down by .the. miners' on Monday when 'the railways are expected lo institute a normal Restrictions on lighting in since- the beginning of the probably Iw removed to- but limitations on the supply of coal continued for the Iteports from the I concerning the men' work are optimistic, can not start lully is anticipated that (or all the 'cd by the tleup to mal again. probably will be neit two wwks. coal fields today i's quick to but many mines until iMouday. It it vill take two industries affecl- set back to nor- ftrcids Farmers Wffl Have A r i Majority In fat Parliament WINNIPEG, Nov. ftniMft Cantdi will have a Mjorlty-In th.) fedarmj .parlla- .mtnt'iftir tW tieict aenersl slee- tiwf, J. F. fnatr, of Burford, prtwilcttd todiy. Cot. mrho IB chairman of MM political committee of th might mean Instant death, The bolght was scaled, how- ever, without accident. Together with the great Faraum masterpiece, a good comedy will be shown, also-a Mutt and Jeff, as well as the perfect projection which is al- ways seen at tltf Empress, with a splendid musical program, will udd to the enjoyment of this great show, CHASE GLOOM AT THE COLONIAL THEATRES FRIDAY-SATURDAY To forget your troubles this week all that will be necessary, will be to meut to the big laughing show Earl Montgomery and Joe Rock, Vita- graph's famous will be shewn In "Kubes and a special two. reel riot m which laughs come thick... Add to this the thrills of "Daredevil Jack Dempsey's great serial, and you will'have "souse" show boy, "some" show, And don't forget that Friday will be Country Store Night as well. MARY MILES MINTER IN "JUDY OF ROGUES HARBOR" PLEASES BIG CROWDS -AT COLONIAL Ytstsrday'j.pitroni at the popular Colonial with the production, of "Judy of Rogues in which Mary Miles Minler Is starred. t r The hundred's of .thousands who have read Grace Miller White's book, "Judy of Rogues' were thrill- ed by Judy. Her sufferings brought forth tears, her primitive pleasures produced smiles, and her pranks pro- voked peals of laughter. ThQ story, so rlsltrthe Colonial theatre on Fridayifull of human interest, has endeared or Saturday and take a long look at itself lo the-great the big gala comedy show which will readers. mast be Healart has made. It possible for the You'll laugh unttl-yon cry at-j'jlggs millions of nim fans to see "Judy of and the Social the very latest' Hogue's' the screen. Mary of the great "Bringing Up Miles Minler, the beloved little Real- comedies. Jlggs, Maggie, Dlnty, and the old-gang will be there with bells on in real cartoons. You'll giggle until your sides ache at "La La tho screamingly fnimy flye act feature comedy in which and Lea Monyi play the leads. This popular team of clean cut comedians are now making nothing THIS' FLIVER ROAMS THE SANDY PLAINS Mliile Tom illx was In Arizona mak ing scenes for the William Fox photo- play, "Treat 'Em he met an old cowgirl friend of his. This was practically bora OB a horse. When Tom met her this lime, how- ever, she had an' automobile, arid she called it Henry. She out for a spla oae Tvnen any-" thing went wrong she would turn to Tom and say; "Henry's hind feet are slipping and when Henry needed water she would eer the car right up to the water hole just'as she used to steer her horse In the old days. One day she broke down.' Many tourists were coming Into Prescott.Jt was raining hard. No one offered to help the i rl. She did not really need help. When she arrived In Preseott she said in anger: "What's the matter with these folks from the east? I'm not sugar, I'm not salt and I'm not honey and [won't' melt. Those evidently' con-' sldered themselves too sweet to stop, oa the road In a rain'storm to help a woman jml Henry 'on his feeL" "Treat 'Km Bpusli" will be.seen at the -Empress theatre for, three days, commencing today, but five act feature and "La-[ your art star, plays Judy and Is supported 'I by a cast nf screen and stage stars whose names ire legion. .Whether you are fond of problem plays, preach- ments, thrillers, the plays which make you cry: or. those which you, laugh, "Judy of Rogues' which Is being shown at the Colonial today: (Thursday) is sure to receive In the Balkan? Is lookcd'upon-by Canadian Grain Board, In people as a result of fate. The peas-'session here today; probably have >ntry has been educated in superset- gathered togethenfor the last session, Ions Talner .than'In laws of sahi- was the announcement at headnuar- oppbsed.to the.kill- tors this afternoon. The grain trade flies having-been' returned ly the govera- mln. belte.viag that they are aipart of ment to regular channel the ofllce life. T.hey .know, the will be dosed up within a few mon- carrlcrs of The .importance ths. At the present siltine, arrange- of protecting tbelr-food supplies fromlmcnts are being made lo terminate winged Insects has not been Impress- business. 'A upon them. Little or no attempt Is made to drain mosquito pools or marshes, so that the -Balkan states claim the distinction of having some of the worst malarial sections on earth. .The peasant his little failh'ln meS- ica! science, "How can a bug give us they ask, "Every.'living thing harbors insects. Why not man? If the good pod sends us disease and misfortune, we believe that He knows best." In most.dls.lrlol.3 in. the.Balkans the houses of rural population 'arei small and poorly constructed. JJany of'them are built, of. mud and straw and have i no provision for sanitation or ventila- tion. ThB only air admitted lo the homes Is obtained through accidental: Imperfections In construction: A few of the hotfses ha've the lower floor, being occupied :by( tae horses and-cattle, tha nnp'er-by the family, In; such; hous'es 'as these families: live crowded together.under most unhygienic conditions. T _. Years pass without a doctor "enter- ing tho huts. Disease goes untreated. In top country districts dentistry .is virtually unknown. Batn tubs are rare in the Balkans, even In'the larger-cities. The pfeople in that part of Europe-rarely wash. PRICE OF SUGAR NEW YORK, Nov. lined sugar was unchanged -at to lie wholesale to lo 16c retail. Tho -latest pro- duction, a srilendld of 'Tou must be very tmcleari'eopie'Tn S8 Grey MTe1' ''The'Last of the United said a Wlam Farnum STARTING AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE TODAY ir ins Bomfl of the locations ever itorekeeper of Sofia, to an American I K .InaPlirice'lt locations ever 'if you find it necessary to'.bathe J ?n character ivcry day." Duane .in- this-.stirring, story ol Texas border life, which 3UARREL OVPP I by QUARREL OVFR yuftMKEL OVER HOSPITAL LOCAT.ON t ''il hunted by many possog, always' elud- ing them until ho voluntarily gives Innber 1st, Samuel J. Jlarney of the 1st church by the minister, Kov. C. K, f The home of Mr. and Mrs. Welling- ton Man., was the scene of a very pretty homo wedding Oct. 20, when their yopngert danghter, Orota V., became tho bride of John O. Bassell, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bassett, Canning- ton, Ont., Her. C. H. Beat being the ofEchtlng clergyman. Tho bride yu given in marriage by No need for sugar on your cereal, wHsn you eat ltd rich flavor, sweet ftomthe' pure sugars of waeat and malt- edtarley, pleases every appetite. SUCCESSFUL PAGEANT