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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta X PAGE F.IRHT MONDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1020 C, P. R. DECLARES A Wt PER CENT. DIVIDEND MONTREAU N'ov. i mec-ting 9t the directors of the C.P.K. iodaj a i.'t two aiM cent, ou common ElocS t'or the 'quarter ended Sejttaiber 80 Issl Ite- ins at the 'uf seven per ver from revenue and 0 per cent, per annum from Fpec-bl buome ac- count was declared payable the ihfrty- i first ol December next. NAME CANDIDATES IN EAST ELGIN Ont., Nov. There r. bycK'loi'lion, and the following wore lumcd candidates (or (Hi- National. Liberal and Conserva- tive. tne liberal, anil Farmer parties, whole, much ca-i be said for it, and no out tho fire and 'march ahead pt bin) doubt but what it will be enjoyeil byito tho county Judge's home. Here crowds. J'hry aTrt.fr.yned to purchase for 'a handsome figure what thev desired to steal. Although the hero In the- story did not encompass any physical danger in the filming of, this scene, the Impres- A storm at sea, the crash ot the big slon-ct the danger ho is supposed to no last lalmito withdrawals to I WONDERFUL SEA PICTURE COM- ING TO COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK Uunvell PERLEY LEAVING .FOR HOME OTTAWA, Nov; ranaciiau Georsi) Perky, Caiiadlin high corumijslouer tu Euyl-Ar-.tl, leaves for Caiiada for England uext wee's. PICKPOCKETS TOOK WINNIPEG, Nov. Sapara, a wealthy Polish farmer from Tou- tiiUon, was robbed by pick- pocket? of 59.SOO Jth'.le about to board a train at the Canadian Pacific rail- way station Sunday jtght oa his way home to Poland. which will be tlio feature attr jc- tiou st the Colonial on IVIday and Sit- unlay this week. Deity Hillburn, tho beautiful sfiteen- year-old screen artist is tho featured player ia the production which was mmle by the Submarine Kilm corpora- lion, owners of tho submarine tube, an i apparatus which enables them to take When that Is conveyed 'he srreen, the. Appeal lo man's noWcr qualities ia indelibly, registered, and the ruction picture finds its justHk-atlon. THE "MAPLE LEAFS" Many ot the charxrters appeaYing iu tlio fourth division "Manic Loafs" hava had successes in big London hive one of fho season's uiost artistic eluding and musical acts. Williams and Valentine, a team of colored singers and dancers wiH tho show wllh a riot.of, laughter. Constance lUuney, tho talented screen slar will be-Jcatured In "Erst- while ;v Una 'dramatization of the- novel and with some screen comedy and the Colonial concert orchestra the whole show will be right up to the mark. PARISIAN SCANDAL SETS PARIS AGOG are not used in the society sheet. but everyone in tho fashlouable set knows that the woman in the case can bu uonc Gthsr than the pretty Ameri-, can playwright, Warren Goodwright., and that the man is Captain Hex Strong; a military attache-. Ueodwrlght who is an idealist, and whose latest play was rejected by the managers because it was nut true to life, decides lo uso tho story printed In the newspaper us., the plot for his nest drama. OE course, the Idoa.that his wife was involved never Akron, Ohio, claims the world's twins .championship. One baby out ot every 50 born (hero SB ft twin. In 1919 forty-six pairs-ot twins were born. FIT TO FIGHt greatest battles I are between strength I and weakness. I Scott's Emulsion i a high-powered tonic- nourishes and fortifies the whole body. i m Dorothy Dalton In "The Dark Mirror" Unusual Photoplay Star. Has Dual In Screen Verslor; of Louis Josrph Novel. The .ttew Dorothy -picture, 'Tie Dark which Is playing it the popular Empress theatre to- day and tomorrow, is declared to be most unusual end absorbing in theme. j photoplays beneath the ocean, not revues since tho war and gave np i without danger us several encounters appointments there in order to with sharks and giant devil fish have be back with their pals again on this attested. ]side. Kiieriors for "Girl ot the Sea" were Leslie Benson, one of lue s made on a small island In tho West i clever female impersonators, lias been Indies known as "Devil's Heef." Mere j with the "Luck of the Navy" for sav- ing survivor from tho' shipwreck. months lu London Just re- inera child, is washed ashore and for joined the, troupe again in Toronto a number of years lives alose in a cavern or In the wafers surrounding tho reef. When resculce party flu- ally reaches the Island thoy find her a primitive bclne. who tr.ows nothing ot the outside world. Drama entoro Ibe story and provides a series ot thrilling; situations both above and beneath the watery, a: All Paris is talking about the latest scandal. A young woman of fashion j led to extravagance in clothes beyond her husband's income and fearing lo tell him ot the threatened suit by the scheming modiste, accepts tho latter's proposition that she permit a dashing foung American officer lo pay her bill. The nanles ot the principal parties his head. -When jilay IB present- ed all the Hying characters story are present be- lloves Coodwrlght knows that his wifa Is tho centra! figure, lu tho story. Yet thero sho slta by his tha play- wright's "admiring Kaio divided ba- tweeu.her anil thy This Is a true Parisian situatloa and It is told In true fashing by Erich Von Strohelni, the genius'ol, the 'BCrscs, iRr als Istsst-Uplverfail' Jewel profiucticc, "The Devil's .Pass coming to the Colonial IhMlre Wednesday before Iheir starting out this season. Uobby Scott, the company's popular ieuor, had been takius tenor lead in. "Monsieur In Great .Bri- tain nnd also appeared for several months In "Who's Hooper" at the Adelpbl, London. Others iu tho cast >th of the "Maple who have been In .ndJLoiidou since tho war include Harry Miss liillburi! is called upon to female impersonations form some hazardous aquatic stunts, have set him.In tue front rank along The story Is unfolded in a panorama of life in trie and One of the bl? scenes in the play is a fight between the hero and giant octopus who Irian' In Its ten- acles. This scone grows in interest whea the girl Oives to- tho rescue of her sweethart. and .helps him Yau- the big fish, 'HIGH POCKETS" IS PICTURE AT PHOENIX Pj'orrhEa'sinfKtir.ggsnnscauseminy UlE. Medical sciencehas proven this, Diseased conJitioiB, which not long ago doctors were unable i trace to a cause, are now krwam ofUa to be the result of Pyonhea Eerms that breed in pocketsaboutthetecth. RheunatiEm, anaemia, nervous disorders and other diseases have been traced in many cases to this Pyorrhea infection. Don't let Pyonhea work its wicked triUonymrbody. Visityourdentistfre- eing one of the snappiest of the llflly Spencer ami company "the spinning marvels" will furnish 'the ihrills on the show with their seusa- :1onal and clever juggling and spin- ning act. Spinning all manner of ob; Jects with lightning rapidity, they hold the attention of llicir audiences till tho last stunt. Al. Albert, an European, violinist o_f note will offer his meritorious vaude; TODAY and TUES. HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE BILLIE SPENCER AND CO. "The Spinning Marvels" AL ALBERT Musical Genius. WILLIAMS AND VALENTINE "The Jazzy Couple" SUE STEAD AND SIS