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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIPGE MtLY HERALfl 'iTiUHSDAY, NOVEMllKH Ti, ivaiy ARMENIANS HAVE MADE ARMISTICE COXSTANTINOMJC. Nov. is reported from Eatum that the Armenians have con- cluded an armistice with the Turkish Nationalists. The armistice conditions give the Turks possession of the fortress and I railway station of Alexaudrppol and the surrounding dlslricts during tho peace negotiations. I The Turks, it is stated, guarantee the safety of Uie o? 'ha ADGUt and. the of Preparing to Defy the World NEW YORK, NOT. Randolph Hearst celebrated the second anniversary ol the conclusion of hostilities by pub- lishing for the edification of his fol- lowing some startling "ficts" which -purported to show how Great Britain plans to "defy the world" by a now Imperial defense extension scheme Which, the paper alleges, was evolved it a conference between "represents- Protest Against Stamp Method Of Collecting Taxes OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian PremJ-Compiatnts continue to reach ttves ot England and her vast over- 'he Department of customs and tn- B3U possessions" held In London recently. .'The dispatch, which was carried from Washington, says that it 19 learned that a military and naval forca Is planned, and Includes the construction of a: series o! individual navies by Canada, India, Cape Golonyfaud New Zealand. Great Britain Is io plead, Hearst that each one of Ihe minor navies U essential to the defense ot Its individual dominions to which It Is attached, but v.-ili be a unit of the central British naval poirer. The Scheme Includes also a "colonial, army that must bs maintained by each of tie he says. land hare against the stamp method of ccUeettui hinry taxes and also: seaicst llueaalat lys- oicorporatsd in regula- lions. of UWM it Is intimated, an he lag neerred from firms who a short ffa arpraated themselves aa being in favor of or aoine almiUr means of col- lotting the tai. Moat ot "kScta" are stated, to be baaed on the Incon- ot the present but while ta a possibility ot some being made in the roefula- tlons" the" taxation. It is not thought here that there will be any abandonment of tlie stamp which is said to be working out Canadian war as well as very well, generally. H is expected ot other dominions, are also! that -ilth stamps the collection of involved In the scheme, which would I Uies would be mane more simple compel them to belong to a "vast I and "also that the goTsfnment will reserve" which Is, according to i secure more revenue than under the .Hearst, provided for In the plans to former regulation. augment the regular military estab- Hshmcnt. air also con- templaied, has not yet assumed a def- inite'shape, the dispatch says. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN SAILS QUEBECrNov. C. P. 0. S. liner Empress of Britain sailed for Liverpool this morning, the last trip of.the season. Oh her neit trip she dock at St. John, N.n. NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK, Nov., Bales: p. P. R. 121 H: U. S. Steel Steel "preferred RESTAURANTS CUT PRICES MONTREAL, Nov. cuts In the-prices their United States restaiirrints, Chllds will lower their tariff shortly" by from 11 to IS per cont, according to E. L. Burnett, local manager. THREE BODIES FOUND NEW YORK, bod- ies were discovered this morning In the hold 'of the Morgan line steamer M Aftmdq on which nine men were seriously injored yesterday whea one of. the. TMsel's rael tanks explode! Vfhiid she tied up to her Hudson River pier. Latest reports night indicated that there had been ao loss of iiie. Results of Imperial Challenge Shield Competition Are Announced LONDON. Nov. The National Rifle association has sed the 1920 results of the imperial challenge shield competitions which hzTe been held annually throughout the empire Since each tram shooting with the miniature rifle on Its own In (he senior division, for boya over fifteen, 820 teams entered, and in the joziior division 569 teams, represent- ing a total of The cbaUenn medals and prises an prasected UeuV-Coi R. W. suell, ot SeraUl Africa. A anlque of tie results: ot the senior competition'is that most ot the leading priies are anin won by Anstrallan Zvalaad cadets wtiose excellence. Is .very.marked. Canada wins six prires out of a total ot 119, ;team No. 354, Grelth's Palls Collegiate- cadet corps, "A" team; 3Kh Smith's C. C. C. "B" EZnd, team No. corfs, "A" Hth. Christ- chmxh Boy Scoitts, B.C.; No..41, No.'1 platoon, "A" company, Collegiate lust! tute cadet corps. Jnnlor 133, Port Artlur Collesiate Institute cadet corps, "A" team. V Of the remaining prizes Great Bri- tain takes thirty-seven. Including the junior shield; Australia 52, including the senior shield; New-Zealand nine and South Africa) li. j The governorgenera! -ot. Canada senerocsly offered a trophy to he awarded eachjyear to the school or otherVunit.In 'Gaaada suc- cessfclly entering these 'competitions with a view to eicouragingrall-around excellence and entries from Canada. The trophy is awarded this year to the Smith's Falls Collesiate Institute cadet corps. The 1921 conditions now belnf sued remain the same' as those 1920. Judge Frets Giil And Order s Jury Tried for Murder Honorably discharging the girl cul- prit and declaring that the jury must be .tried, Judge Mackecsks of Ken- tackr, sdd; a few pointers to tha !IK books in "Heart o' the adapted from the ttory by John Fox, Jr., Mary Pickford's latest picture from her own sludlos'wbich will be seen, start- lag tomorrow, ths Empress thea- tre. As Mavis HawB.'Miss Plckford Is on trial for murder in the flret degree charged with kill log Norton Sanders, a pronioterrThe prosecuting attorney has apparently proved that Maris was the night-rider who fired the fatal shot htn the foreman of the tt9m his seat of honor jury and I don't like to disorganize the prosecutor, but I fired that 'shot, tuyaelf The trial naturally ends in hilarity, and tils Is juet'one of the inany humorous Incidents In the latest pro- duction of Aaerla'B sweetheart Mrs. Templet Telegrani, in. which Bryant Washburu Is the 6 tar, will be shown for the last times tonight Much can be said for this show. A good comedy and other pictures are on the bill. It la without doubt the greatest lauchlac (how here this season. grouuda to the story ia a very u..- tural manner. "The Devil's 1'ass Koy" is tatclnatlug. Go see It by all will take you from (ho hum- drum of everyday life, and give you SOsTethius'to think about. Olher fine altractious. Including the. Bate Ruth baseball picture will also be shown, the whole show receiving its last showings touljht. .how hers vorsalllily iu her latest pic- ture. AT THE PHOENIX THE ROUGH RIDING ROMANCE happier he is. This thriller which has ia-fme lova theme be'continued for three days. Don't' miss it. n DEMAND THAT SIR THOS. WHITE RESIGN THE "MAPLE LEAFS" TO RETURN The fam'ous fourth division party, the "Maple LeaTs" have; been booked to play s return engagement ot ona night at the Majestic theatre on Mon- day, Nov. loth. This clever company of soldier ac- tors a. here on the occasion of their first visit anil their return will undoubtedly be most popular. A of special interest in con nectlon with Uiolr" return; here. IE the tact that the company has.recently been augmented by the addition lot four new comedians, among thenV be- ing the well'kiiown and much'loved Pat whose popularity with hoy's in FraicVrivalled that of auy'ot the Idols of the'London pantomlnes'- Captalti PliiEkett his added several new song numbers for the return visit, as well as having' rewritten most ot the skits' and ikatchn to fit the per- sonalities ot tho new jreup ot COUNTRY NIGHT AT COLONIAL'FRIDAY NIGHT .Although the Colonial theatre will sliow the superb and costly deep sea vt oil' Friday and Saturday this week, Friday sight will he as usual Country Store Vodvll Nile.' The "first prize, will be five dollars in cash, and the second a llvo twelve pound turkey. Scores of other guod prizes will he Riven away as well. "GIRL OF THE SEA" FEATURE AT- TRACTION COLONIAL' FBI. DAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK In ''Girl ot the Sea." the attraction at the Colonial tor Friday and Satur- day this week, the audience Is taken to the bottom of the'-ocean .where nany pictures were taken through a vonderful invention 'known us tho fubmarjno tube, which enables the op- eratdr to tako photographs of the won- derful life on the ocean's bed. >'VA11' of the scenes were taken in the roplcs and most of them on a little sland in the West Indies where the iclion of the story is "IMd. Here flrl has been cast' ashore during ihlpwreck years before, and has lived nost of her-llfe alone, depending on :he resources of her sur- for her subsistence. With the coming of a rescuing party, a live- follows in which the girl Is the central figure. 'The drama is full of suspense and Intense situations with thrills aplenty They include a battle with a'giant octopus, a fight in the shrouds of the ship; attempted assassination bonealh the ocean, and the effofis of'a band pr scoundrels to get possession of the wealth that rightfully belongs to the The wonderful botanical gardens of the southern with their varlagat: ed inhabitants and marine lite, are nrapng the ;hcautiful scenes shown in the photoplay, which Is an entirely different1, production from anything phqwn befOre oh the screen. a n-onderful swim- Lier and actress, tlie leading The lovers of Tomj.Mix viU ha.ve another. Qh.auce to see this wond ful western star this week in his latest picture "Boiigh Killing How many woiheu go thruush Ilft> which starts .tot a thvea days show-1 cariug little or nothing about Ihclr Ing today-at.the I'hoeiiU theatre. In; hair; beautiful hair makes beuuUfu! this picture. Mix outsteps any other v.-oiueu. 1C you will uso Doluiays "VI- .hrills'that ie has ever done before.- iuieue" French Tonic. The versatility of Mix Is belug shown become attractive, full ol life, you with- every, nev ho ..-erjM .u, To the-viewers it that bottle. One agent in every towu. Sold Torn is; continually taking his life: iu Lethbrldge by Sydney Jackson, Pra- ia his hands to put thrillers JU the Ucrlptiou Specialist. Phone 364. screen, but this comes naturally to Across from Alexandra Tom Mix. The more he does of It the i tlseuieut. BROCKVUJJB, OnU NOT. rnandlnK that Sir Thomas White, M. P. for Leeds and Brockvflie, resign his seat becABse of his appointment to.the board of arfcltraijon to Ina the of 'the G, T. R; stock, RE R. B. MORDEN ASSIGNED independent labor part of Brock- Tllla laet night took toward holding Joint farmer4abor meetinj sii? is ssSect caldWite to'coatesl :reaanrer of tin L ti.; P. here, soanced that he would stand nomnatlon tbe INSTRUCTED BY THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE, WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SATURDAY NEXT JOV. 13TH COMMENCING AT i O'CLOCK The whole of the stock In trade of the above named assignee. THE SALE WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE PREMISES, 526 13TH ST. NORTH The stock, which Is both clean and not pnly a line of.Groceries, but alto Boots and Shoes for Men, Women and Children In Islttt styles and first manufacture, etc., tic. Felt BooU, The Dry Goods Comprise Women's Wear Both curer and under Garments; alto children's. A full line of Crockery and Glass Ware will also oome under the hammer. ThU without doubt really sensational opportunity for the public stock up In Groceries, Dry Boots, Shoes, etc., and In tnete days of high prices will prove a positive boon to Ihe people of UetfcbrldBe. The Trustees have put Frank Waddlngton In charge clean up In the shortest possible time. REMEMBER, HE SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE FIXTURES Including Carey Safe, Scales, Cheese Toledo Scales Roll Typewriter, Ford Truck and Delivery Waoon" will be sold by auction after the stock Is disposed of Advertise menl will appear In due course, FRANK WADDJNGTON AUCTIONEER IN CHARGE for GOOD SIZED TOWN, IS WITHOUT POLICE OTTAWA, KOT. Jntarlo, is without a police force, the incumbent of that office having been removed .some time'ago orr'tiie score that the 5500 Inhabitants .were law abiding. Three of conncil- lors did .cat.i think the 'force" should bars' removed and the recent, were fought on this Issue. The trio wag divided against another' trio aider- rnen and during the cainjaisn whisker bottles'and hang'ontside some of the candidates' doors. Mayor Sabourla brought action -for 'defama- tory libel against a young taan named D. action 'tried jea- terday was .-T THE DEVIL'S PASS KEY" 18 A WONDERFUL PICTURE A capacity house greeted the open- ing BhowingB of the dramatic, sensa- tion, "The. Deyll's Pass at the Colonial.: laat night.: Nothing but praise for the production was heard from all who witnessed the play.-The entire presentation can be summed cp iri a. rery. Is wonderful It reflects the glitter and gaiety of the Paris shops and boulevards. Von Btroheta, director, hu "employed whole street-acHlngs, peopled them with figuresr jwcuUar Paris, and has worked in these'settlais as back- bast is 'supported by an excellent Miss Hillburn, beside being little beauty, is an actress of no mean ability has an excellent chance .to COIOHIAL Last Times Tonight AT 7 AND 9 Car) Laemmle Offers HAMILTON TIMES SUSPENDS PUBLICATION NOT; was ei- plained today that th? statement Is- sued last night by the Ontario News- papers Corporatfon, of tho Hamilton Morntrig'.Tlrnea, jriade it qntto clear that tho suspension' of publication of.that paper-is not tem- porary but .That .part of the statement which announces, that "all obligations wtU.be promptly met and money received fir unearned gnucrlnttons and advertising refunded Immediately" tells the slorv. Couldn't Get 'Printer! TORONTO, Novv a state- ment Issued last night by Pohn M. Imrie, president and general manager of the Ontario Newspapers Corpora- lion, Limited, it was Intimated' that difficulties In obtaining printers, and other uncontrollable and unforeseen circumstances necessitated the suspen- sion of the wiblicatloV of the Hamil- ton Morning Timed after three Issues of that paper. last Monday tho Times changed orer to the morning paper field after helng published since )8ST as an evening paper. The made tliat the ready-print business feccn'tly' 'puf- chaecoVirom tho. Times .Wnllng com- pany by W. Wilkinson, man- aging crlltor Dt thd Times is not af- fected by the suspension...... Ouch! Mother Rheumatic Twinge Get Busy and Relieve Those Pains With That Handy Bottle of Liniment WHAT Sloan's 'does thor: without rub: bing to the and promptly relieves jnWfkinds of ex- ternal pains and aches.-You'll find It fclean arid non-skiri-staihing. Keep it ha'ndy for sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, over-exterted stiff joints, backache, pains, bruises, strains, sprains, bad weather 'after-effects. For 39 years Sloan's Liniment h helped thousands tna.world over. You aren't likely to he an .exception. It certainly does produce r.esulbv. Made IN Heaito'ihe The third great Mary Pick- for FIRST NA- TIONAL.. A story of the fcuij- ist days of the old Kentucky mountaineers. LAST TIMES TODAY Bryant Washburn IN "Mrs. Temple's Tele- gram" The picture with one long, lingering-, laugh. CHRISTIE COMEDY and other f good pictures CONCERT ORCHESTRA PHOENIX Today and.Rest of the Week Usual' Prlctt TOM MIX Romance" The drama finish. mile-a-miniite Thrills from western start to NO GOOD" (Sunshine comedy) And FOX NEWS in Canada. All 5c, 70c; Jl.-iO. Sloa Liniment QUITS G.W.V.'A', JOB Nov. Cameron, provincial secretary of the Oreat War Veterans' association, tendered his resignation at the meeting, of the prov- incial executive totfay In order to take up tho rosllloii of 'secr6lary'-manager of Iho (jaskalixin 'FBrmors'. Mutual Fire Insurance company at Saskatoon. The resignation was accepted with ox- premium of regret, lie succeeded C. 0. MacNeil, now Dominion secre- tary. SOCIALIST DESERTER IN WAR, ELECTED MAYOR ROMK, Mnv. Socialist pro- pagandist Tarquinlo Pozzoli vi-ag elect- mayor of Cremona by his party which was victorious In the municipal elec- tions of Sunday last. "A .tremendous story of wick-- ed, wonderful Paris. IT: IS THE PICTURE OF THE 'YEAR ADDED ATTRACTIONS ;1BIKUTH f In the 'great; reel, HOME ALSO "An Oil Can Romeo" Century Comedy Riot Special Orchestral Concert FRIDAY NIGHT ore NEARLY GRAZY WITH ECZEMA. No rest day or night for.thoso are affllclsd with lhat terrible skin .disease, eczema, or aa.it oil Bali rheum, '-i- With Its unbearable, butnlne, itch Ing nrid lorlurlnir. rpllnf (R clsdly wnl corned. There h no remedy like liurdoc! Wood nitters for giving relief lo.sucl syfferers; no remedy' tliat hns done, :an do moro for thoso who ore almost driven to dlstraiUon with tho tefrlble torture. Apply it externally and U takes out the stinging. Itching and turning, and promotes a healthy healing. Taka it Infernally and It gels at the source of tho disease' In' (he bloorl for eczema ls.a blood dlaeaao- and drives it out ot the Miss L. M. nouHHer, S3 Vlclofin Road, Halifax, N. H., "I have suffered for years from eczema. I could not rent day or night. I suffer- ed great agony, and was nearly crazy with the itching nnd burning. I used all kinds of salves, but nothing eccm- cd to hftlp me. I saw HilrrtoCk 6loid DtltcM adverllsed and was ailvlsed 10 try a.botlle. I found great relief, ami really cannot rocomtnend II liiglily enough for what It has done for mo." Burdock ninnd Dlttnrs ha? teen on Night 1st in cash. 2nd Ib. llvo turkey, and big list of other Friday and Saturday Wonder Show of the Age NIGHT I'ONLY- Nov. IS RETURN ENGAGEMENT FROM THE COAST the market for over forty Toronto, .Ont.-AdvL ,ifid TJlC IfUd- HtM supreme. patroriafje of GeVieral Sir David Watson, K.C.M.G., C.B., D.3.O. Now pfaying a series of return after a reqord-brcak' ing run throughou.t the Middle and British New Song. Tha'n Ever. ____Sejita' how selling at Armstrong Raworth's. Montgomery and Rock In the howling Vllagrnph comedy, "Loafers and Lovers" in "Uarcdevll Jack Dempsey .Tack." CANADIAN PASSENGERS HAVE CHbtCE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS Portland and California TICKETS ROUTED VIA ipokane, Portland Seattle Railway pe "THE NORTH BANK ROAD" Leave Spokane 9.GO Leave Spokane 8.10 a.m. Arrive Arrive p.m, The night train receives direct connection from, the Canidlan International train nt iljokane, and the day traki allows an overnight fltop In Spokane. Hlandiird and tourist sleeping cars, dining cira nnd are carrleik 'frnina rnter linlon'Station, I'brtlsnd, connecting wFth Callforrda trains' leaving at