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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VHBIJSTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, LOSE JOBS Nor. A. lively Eltr created at the Ontario Woman's "Tjiatitijto COuTvutlca tblS fcrcavOu by the Eomewhat revolutionary Idess T pressed by Mrs. J. Sexsmlth of Hi lock, In regard to rural school address given by Mr, 5t' NKYV YORK, Nov. ly members of tbo Unit- ed Hebrew in New Ycrk stive Uave Ihrowu. cut of work In the last three vvecis on account of a s.teady business recession, Morris P. secretary ot the or- gauiratiod, announced -hero to- day. Of these are tailors NEW YORK, XOT. explo- sioa occurred this afternoon in the enflne room of the Soathcrn i freisbter El Mundo, lying at Pier 51. and cloth and dress goods mak- Httdson rlm, "kUlfd aud eight erf, moeuy m een UTeatre today and to- orrow In Paramoiat-Arlcraf cturintion ot ,tbe famous slate arce, "Mrs. Telegram." the story U a Uogli'ahte mixture o 'aloua wlrfli and tnubands arid iii3 to fret a pits. Mr, W um hu the rale of Jack Temple, In enteiy Clara, hla. so In tdrn ia. iaxceurVely 6 Fin. At ii store Jacfe ounlers a cojf youc? miss, who pro cee'ds' to "famp" him In the most au roved IB the end they- ar ockeil oa the roof garden of lh lore tar the nlgit, and Jack- i bligod to'' ihvenf an a so sailors by killing animal, and rove several harpoons Into it, but i9r_brojte._away aud_the nien were arried down by The rot cat .was raW to hive- been ia feet one and to have had It tucker; i big as saucepan Ild9." Ona of the exciting features of OSrl of the Sea" U 3ghl between ac-octopus and a diver, H vai photo- Tspstd hr J. K- WllHacuaa 'of tba ibmarlae Film Corporation. -Bridge again elected Mrs. Summers 'and and Mometon. chose 1 f :vii 'i ladies first -timo. I elected 'a labor lord >iriayor lot ths first time, Alderman Wrn'. Ardler. Button chose Lord Hartlnsios, son and heir of the Duka of Devonshire, governor-general of Canada. so. far the results have been satisfac- tory. Full particulars will be sub- milted later. TOR MAY DIE PHINCE ALBERT, J. one of the best' known con- tractors of Northern Saskatchewan, jfeH feel irota a building to- day breaking both legs and arms and iSsustainir.g-imfi'rnal Injuries. He is in a precarious conditions and hia recovery .is doubtful. Mr. Wright had .-ibeen.tbe contractor for many of the large buildings here in i'tlie'past 10 years. c- BUMOR8I 'f Tho Calgary A'ibertac gives currency to a rumor that Hon. A. L. Sifton Is to retire from politics and that C, A. Magrath will succeed him as member for fj Medicine Hat and as member of the government. Another ft, rumor is that J. H. Woods of the Calgary Herald will bc- coma .lieutenant governor of Alberta. side of the house who has taken similar Deny. WINNIPEG, Nor. 10.-rWhen shown n dispatch from Ottawa'today stating that the farmers intended forming f group in the Dominion senate, loca' officials of IBe former movement de Bled all knowledge of action, D0IW' FORGET f OF THE MSTFRY f F Ori 11 till r> ON THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1920, AT 8 p.m. AT THE Y. M. C. A. A few seats left for Ihose who have not already secured theirs. DON'T FORGET WINNIPEG, Nov. 10.--The first ses- sion ot the eiiUenth Manitoba legli lature will open about the last wee In January, Hon. T. C. Norris, prem ier, announced today. v It is not expected by memoers o the legislature that the next sesslo will be lengthy as Very little impor ant legislation is to be brought befor the house, with tbe exception of. th eight-hoar'day law. Th.ellegislarture will rtrobably -b asked to. etpress opinion on co atr'ilction of railwky from The Pa to the'- HlnVFlon reino' district: MANITOBA LEGISLATURE TO MEET END OF JAN frieaTovei3ber 15th. As. an added attraction to blgj peciil production "The Devil's Pass; which Is the cutreat attraction toe Colonial theatre, Manager Len' irowa has arranged to shov the only, ulbenttc picture of Babe Ruth, the rorld's cbitmplon.home run hitter la lh seaaatlonal game with the Clove- ind Inillans and the New York Van- in which Ruth, with his char, cterlstio prowess, bails out a couple f !s a remarkabia motion picture Ruth'a firet appearance oa the screen. It Is film against which coiuulecablc litigation was sllr- ed up, this, fall by the basaball iuae- lates. It will 6e shown today and omorrow at the Colonial exclusively. .THE "MAPLE The return of fourth division 'Maple Leafs'' torthte-iritr will be marked introduction of several Including several new and new musical numbers !roia London. Captain M. W. PHnnkelt who was with the party during their, lour through British Columbia, has tried out sev- iral new pieces fri 'Vancouver and Ihese wHi'fonn a part of the second [Wediiction of "Camtmnago" when Jt is presented here again sooa. the hare LOOK AT THIS! THE PHOENIX hu' cohtracfed to'run the output or William Pttota- pliyt'.for 'year 19ZO-1C-21. Include tbe following WliJiam Farnum, Pearl Whits, Tom Mix, William seil, George Waljh, Shirley Mason> v Sunshine Comedies, Mlrtt Jeff Cartoons, arid Fox News." TO LATEST FOX PICTURE'S GO TO THE H NOW PLAYING Today Imd'Thurtday Matinees at 2.30. Nights at 7' and 3. Carl Laemmle Offers THE DEVIL'S PA88KEY" NO PLAYINQ AT COLONIA Written by Earoneis M Mere with wBosn Brlc ron Stroheim colla orated in eteparrn( this rematkabl scenario, "Ths, which In how playing-st the Colonial s the story of an American htigbud! and wife and a crowded hoar in tkelr' lives in Paris Warren Goodwnght is a writer of i plays, not yet successful but moving with his wife, Grace, in the best Par- isian -j. OracCj for., love, ol .her dream of her, gets badly In debt Madame a. in- te ertricate herself she Is" forced to meet clandestinely as attractive Am- ericas army officer, Cftptara Rex Strong. ,0111 ol their aocent a scandaloos story which all Paris prorhpilsr !earas aatf which Goodwrigbt juet as innoc' ently takes for tho plot of a pi ay .la which he presently ,a great success the Theatre rrancala. Jeered at and scorned by all society hlnk, his own for: making, as thoy think, wlfe'a indiscretions a smirca ot fame and Income, he suddenly wakos to the terrible truth and goes sorrowfully g'rjmly'home to the suppSsedlT.guilty have his. settlement "The Devil's'-.-Passkey" peg Tribuno this'-'afternq6n says "The recent'.order of p. president of Ihe C.N.R., prohibltin. C.K.R. 'employacs from holding" -legis-j Pi lative offlces, was carried into.effect Tuesday, when. A. E. Moore, :M.UA., splendidly clean and enis happily. Its president of the Winnipeg district I powerful story is stronger, rathsr.than eorniriand, Great War Veterans' asso- weaker on Ibis account. If ever or, MUJfSTIC 1 Nov, 15 .RETURM ENGAGEMENT FROM THE COAST imm Under patronage of General Sir David Watson, K.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O. Now playlna a of return engagements alter a record-break- ing run throughput (he Middle West and-British Columbia.' A tremendous atory of wick- .ed, wonderful an "American playwright and his butterfly wile who was caught In the net of scandal. PRODUCED ON. AN HITHER- TO UNHEARD OF SCALE OF UUXURIOUSNESS IT IS THE PICTURE OF THE YEAR ADDED ATTRACTIONS BABE RUTH (Himself) world's greatest home run hitter, In the great baseball reel, "HITTING HOME RUNS" Showing an actual game be- t.wee'n the New York Yankees nnd the Cleveland Indians, with BABE RUTH out a homer.. ALSO iTOpAY Oil Century Comedy Riot Special Orchestral Concert 50 cenrt; chll. Friday and Saturday QIRL.OFTHE SEA" LIAA Today and Tomorrow elation, notified, that he would resign his sell, or give up hla position. "As' Mr. Moore refused to give up his seat he was forced to leave the employ of the "Mr. Moore would not make statement regarding the matter never you've felt almost unbearable suspense you will feel It.all through! the latter half of this remarkable pic-j ture. You will sit helpless before tho wondrona pictured march, of Its Inevi- table events. to- day. lie will take the matter up at a meeting of the district command, C.W.V.A. Thursday evening, he an- nounced." ARMENIA IS IN TERRIBLE STATE LONDON, Nov. Conditions In Armenia as a result of the preasura of Turkish troops, are reported to be SOME FINE THEATRICAL ATTRACTIONS AT THE MAJESTIC THIS MONTH ifl" fct P m HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS ane ON TICKETS ROUTED VIA Spokane, Portland Seattle Railway "THE NORTH BANK ROAD" Leave Spskane ..----9.00p.m. I Arrive Portland.......8.00 a.m. Leave Spokane 8.10a.m. Arrive Portland.......745 p.m. The night train receives direct connection from the Canadian International train at Spokane, and tho day train allows an over-night stori in Kpokano. Standard nnrl tourist sleeping cr.re, dining cars and coaches ore carried. Trains enter Union Station, Portland, cpnncctlnj with California trains leaving nl 0.30 a.m., S.OO p.m., 11.30 ami n.m', Local ticket acents can glvo details, or tliey will bo snpnilcd by tbo undersigned, on request: 'OvL. MORRISON, 0. PAINE :'1 Trav. Pass, Agent. Asst. Ccn'l Pass. Agent -r Spokane, Washington. R. H. CROZIER, W. O. SKINNER, Asst, Oen'l-Pasa. Agc-nt, Traffic Portland, Oregon. desperate, says a Constantinople and F. St patch to tho London Timeo. Tens of Wby.te's beautiful proditctlon thousands of refugees from Kars OIK! other districts are fleeing In a pitiable state for want of food, clothirig and transportation. Amonf the attractions which are scheduled to appear at the Majs'sllri theatrs this month, ia addition to tha return engagement 'of the Maple Leafs in on next Mon- day evening, the 15th, will b6 thoj tremendous dramatic- spectacle companion play to. and F. Stuartt ofi "San'Toy." Theatre goers may conndently look forward lo two or three exceptionally good attractions during th6 latter part ol November. L PIONEER VANCOUVER PHYSICIAN DEAD VANCOUVEH, Nov. A. Mills for more than 30 years a resi- dent ot this city, illeil toilsy. Ilo was horn In fiurord, Ontario, 63 yearn ago. lie- was a brother of the lato Kov. Dr. bishop of Ontario. MAYOR LOST LIFE QOKDKC, Nov. t'Are, a fanner residing ,it Stcannc De Bnan- OF THE SEA1' AT THE- COLONIAL FRI, AND SATURDAY Ooorge Noble, famoss marine pert, believes that octopaaas or cuttle- fish destroyed tbe United Slates Naval Collier "Cyclops" that sailed awny from the Weal IndleS on Marcji 4. ISIS wllh 255 men. whose, fate has ro- malnetl an utter mystery ever since. Ho points out that thoso octopuses in his burning barn. pre and mayor of that, municipality, i have committed similar depredations last nlgbt lost bis life in attempting j In the region where the "Cyclops" wan to save his catlle which wero locked lost. "Dcnys tlo the French! Noble says, "declared lhat six men-of-war, captured from.the French by Admiral Rodney in tho West In- dies. April 12, IS72, together with fpur lirillsh ships, were suddenly cngnlJcrt by colossal octonnscn. He ulao'roc- onla a atatomonl of Captain Jean Man- gus Deus. u Ir.idcr to China, of an ln1.60, 78c. Seat sate opens Nov. 11th at Armstrong Raworth's. PHOENI FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Hubby wns home again! He'd been out all was Yet his true slory would Have Bounded so false that he told Krierul Wife a alory that sound- ed true, .And slio caught suit: that telegram! A PICTURE THAT'S ONE LONG, LINGERING I.AUOH. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS fhc wnlop aittl throw one of Its arms aronml two of the sallnrs v.'honi It toro away with tho scaffolding on which tlicy filoort. With aonther'arm It scize-1 tho thiril man who held on 'ROUGH RID FOX NEWS COMEDY LAST flMEiTONlGHT LOUISE BENNESON in "HIGH POCKETS" lightly to the and amed NO SERIAL TODAY -.._... -----..--0 luy ,HIHl atauOard cf snoSKS: the- latest thut fe I xx- icip, thlpnialp> ran lo his Special Christie com- edy, "Lobster Dress- a Burton Holmes Travel Picture, And other subjects. Tlici BCUB- ,fm'fl laughing' '.real, iJsttnl prices. WATCH FOR MARY PICKfORD ;