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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT TIfE IJETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD NOVEMBER 15, Reeenl Arrivais Say There is Considerable Mining Acliv- itv in That District NearCrashOf Trains Feature Of Lady's Garter" Bulletin) UeceDt arrivals from Hudson's Uivt-r, report consider- able mining activity in that locality during the past season.- A parly o! Kdnionton are operating ou Brennan's Flat, seven niUes below I Carbon Creek and above the head Two .'passenger (rains rushing, at tho Roehy Mountain Foriatje, toward each other was beln's secured as-well as a-thrUl Sri "My Lady's. The property has 'recently beca sold j Naurleo JTourneur photoplay, lor A railway survey party eruploy the B. 0. government recently TOURNEUR' PICTURE THRILLS AT NOW PLAYING ed to a nick of time. The 9 L ilriS US il i ill Ml il The JVace breaks through (he main wlnuow. to-him. flan to, chain of the Rorty Mountains, apprehend the criminal, but .their ar- Some of the coal properties -at I lead io several surprises Carbon Creek have-been taken over i amlau_excit1ng chase, a United States company. The I, The Tourueur picture was adapted claims have been snrrevc.1. This a mystery-romance very high grade bituminous ljy cast free of both ash and sulphur, and 'avorites as fixed carbou of geological in tlie of the Dominion govera- ireut has bcea workiug Selwyn 'all summer; It is said that'n number of claims have been taken on Mount SelwynJ by the Trail Smelter company. The "wagon road over the Rocky Mountain Pprla.ce is-now iu good con- dition and was being further improv- ed thisLyesr by the B.C. governmenL Holmes 13.; Herbert. Jol'.'x comedy. '8 the "Cleau- as a screen heavy. Hector does some excellent wort as the Indian, Constautiue. as does Carl Gerard in the strangely contrasting ,'a.n of Alton a youlh whose nvultb serves him only to seize tho pleasures ot life.........f- Xeola Mae is a- pathetic figure lu 1'ie of Snowbird, the Indian mother ot a halt-breed cbild. H. D. Mad.ean as Ways? is aiij from on Wednesday and Thursday lliU week, their tremendous )uystery show. .V big featuw of the perCorajinnces 'tvill'tio tho appearauee of l1rot..Theo. Pull, the world's greatest hypaolist, in 'his mo'derii nypnotlsm mental -psychology, leu a. flofeii ladies fyr a coinoilUw -ol Itupresslvo banker whose Wall Street characteristic --knowlodso ot tha un- tst-lics do pot sublsxls honesty In .business. Murdock Mac- through a'serles ot unheard ot feats.' Quarrie as Jones, Dull nurliam osj Wonderful illusions and untathohi- M. K. Flyun and R J. Doneeko as the lliuss cotaplete the REX BEACH PICKS CAST FOR "THE SILVER HORDE' CASE CONCERNING PATENTS OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian number oE. appeals were argued today in the-exchequer court from the commissioner ..of patents, having to Sb'ivlth tho rights of na- tionals of tho powers allied or asso- ciated with Great Brllain.duripg the war to file patent applications jn Can- ada tor.inventions .which had jrahlic; use during the war." Under the terras of tiie'peace treaty, placed ir, effect by the treaty of peiice (Germany) order, 1920, pro- vided that prlrrkr ciiiJlcl be obtained I for apy" application'wliich might hare been filed before July 11, 1020, The commissioner of patents held that this section, and the peace, treaty itself was not effective la- overcoming public, nsc of the invention by the applicant l The. that the effect of. the peace treaty was eliminate the period from .'August to January as affect- ing the right application.'and consequently, n palenf- might he ob- tained whether or not there h'ad'heen public use of the..'iriv'enfiori' 'during that period. :TIic- matter w'as argued at length. The .appellants Included the Eisman ;Magheio company, the American Lo- comotive 'company, Norton company, flcrjiphlll company: Goldwyn succeeded in assembling li truly wonderful cast' for Hex Beach's "Tho Silver a Cold- wyn-Beaoh production, whleh will be sbowu today at Rex Beach personally, supervised the casting of VTho Sliver and made a point of getting players for tho picture- who coincided in type with the characters he visualized' in writing tho book. Frank Lloyd di- rected the production. To Myrtle Stedniah was given the role of Cherry Malotle, and Mr. not have found a better interpreter ol that sweet simplicity, firm determination and fine womanly instinct .which makes this daughter US FACTORIES .-T- MAKE'BIG CUT v WORCirs'PEit, Mass., Nov. Xortoft' company, manufacturers of abrasives to- day started a 40-hour wei3k for its employees because of a re- ductiou of business. The Gralton and Knit Manu- fEicturing company, belt and leather makers, SB to put on a five-day weak; Bradley Car Works has cut its inTO to SOO men and the Whit- tal Carpet Mills are closed on- tlrely for a M-eefc at least. Robert McKini, in his portrayal of the villainous'JIar3h, adds to his al- ready. Song list of successes one more W. E. GUNDY police magistrate Tor ..Windsor. He sticcecda tho-late mm Today and Tuesday HiPPODROME CIRCUIT VADDEVjLLE LITTLE ALL-RIGHT .Balancing and Juggling, HAYS AND HAYS YodellTng, Singing and Dancing. The Musical Comedy. Favorites JACK HENDERSON CLAIRE DUPONT In their original comedy dialogue, "LAUGHS A'LA CARTE" Feature Photoplay BESSIE BARR13CALE In "LIFE'S TWIST" A twirling drama Involving, the lovea of a Poor Little nich :0irl .with a illch Little Poor- Girl. CENTUHY COMEDY r. COLONIAL NEVVSOGFJAPH -.CO PRICES 50c. Nights 'Ailults chil- dren :25c. CLASSY "HIP" VAUDEVILLE oLONiAL THEATRE' TODAY AND TUESDAY One the lugst" arlistlc "bills 'of the season. in tho .way of, "Hip" vaudeville hs; presented at. the Ccloalal th'ettre today and Headliniuj .the, bill will bVlhe lu.- ternatioual Trio, -in a classical 'and popular musical revue. lins European -artists njake up ,lhu primv dbhca linhite especially form or'fourth division man. Captula il. W.'riiinliett, the producer ofjiuoBl of. the'soldier supplied oiir 4boys.', in has gathered to'jetlier: the Leafs? theatrical -company, and. will present Iherh tour of Can- soprauo; riot v'rtiibsO. and Alexis Cassahty. 'cello virtuosn and vro- gram KV the trio. lleuderson and cal comeijy .favorilesy'-will furnish plenty of "coniedy. ia their clever act, "laughs u" la ono of the year's brightest cbm- edy acts.- V'" Fast uiinciKf, tuneful_ yo'doiling. nud are leatures of the act offered by- Hays -anil.Slays, n duo 01 yauderillb's cleverest enter- tainers, -whp will -bo" a Velcbuie a'ddi- tion to the Tlie novelty aei ori' tlie show will be filled by a 'talent- ed Japanese Juggler aud'acrobat who performs some unusual-tricke. Bessie Twist." fine dramatic featurej sonie'good screen comedy, an.i the-Oolonlal Con- cert Orchestra will cdmplet'o' tho show. able niysteries of the Orient play's larfie part in the show, the .vho'e of which will prove entertainiag to Cp-. lonlal audiences. AT-MAJESTIC TONIGHT.- to (he firing liue. Thefi> aro several "girls" among the all of whom did their bit wlth.rltlo and bayonet! berora.belug choseu bythe captain for j the eiiterlainnieut corps. It! is this fact -w.hlcu- makes tho artistry i the a thing" above the ordinary, theatrical.euterUiinmeut. -It j Is.'true that their..work often times ranVs Wsher than -that'of 'tho'old time prpfesstonals; as proved by the fact 'that tho members o'f the "Maple Leafs" have nearly in Uou musleal'showc since the war. but. (o-Canada, at least.-tholr work has a splendid significance, nothing but-tha fact that they -wore first of all fightlug side'by Blilo with our own Boys, could impart. "Camouflage" has a bril- liant production by Caplalu Mun scenery, costumes of the latest stylos in particular beiug Imported Paris and London models. that have uot yet been teen oven" in New York. Tho cosupav.y includes many of ihe- old favorites aud f. num- ber of on-coming Toero Is "chorus" lu but every ono of .tho .forty-eight female >aits is played by a girl of youlh, icauty and taleut that would win H place in the front row of any Uroad- eiposillon of feiniuinc .pulchri- udo. hi Xact. most of them have grad- wj 'i JUUIiCll, In response to the many requests acd'tho fact that this lour Is under his from the men In -Canada, directiqu Is a sufMcient guarantee to lUo Hhealre the re- turned men that tho performance will he-clean and gorgeously gowned aud elaborately' flaged. Tho "Maple Leafs1' will play a re- turn engagement at the Majestic on Monday evening, November 15th. aid were ;.oap. of tho greatest'laybri tea oC Ihe.C. E. Their, musrcirrevne.was'irritfeit for Iheui lii Ffari'ce." and It. proved- to be oue'bf the brightest and most.tuheful shows ever staged in close proilmlty COMING The most popular play in America, will 'be presented by P. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest. is now ia its seventh sensationally .successful season, both bigger aud better than. ever. The man- agers have provided sumptuous new PULL BROTHERS' LAUGHING HYPNOTIC SHOW AT COLONIAL WED. AND THURS.' THIS'WEEK One of the finest theatrical altrac-: tions of the season will be .the en- gagement of the :fabiou3-Pull Broth- ers Company at .the Colonial theatre IpBTANT NOTICE THE AUCTION SALE OF THE R. B. MORDEN 'STOCK WILL BE CONTINUED And each afternoon and-oven'ing until everything. is sold. ON THE PREMISES; 526 13TH ST. NORTH Fixtures be announced later. TRUSTS 'AND GUARANTEE AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE FRANKiWADDINGTOty Auctioneer in Charge, (uated. from K. Ray Copjstock's pretty I lime 1'j-incess Theatre or ilords C.est'8 gorgeous Century Grove. Nobody who has not seen; "EspsrK I ence" shculd roisa seeing it and those 1 who have- will bo elail at tula oppor- jtuulty to revive pieaSant memories and iu mlndu the wonder- ful lessons this .pjjy fescues .'through Bnecacular and dramatic scenes and vivid characters. "Experience" will corns to.the 51 a- Jestto on Tuesday, and Wednesday- November 23 and 24.' EMPRESS THEATRE TODAY AND TOMORROW MAURICE TOURNEUR Jacques fsmooi My Ladys Another big, romantic melodrama by the maker of "SoortlnV Life" and "Tho Bluebird." The theft "my lady's gar- The great bank hjbbery. Ths trains racing to beat Death. Every Scene a Thrill or a Spectacle WYNDHAM STANDING SYLVIA BREAMER Also Paramount-Al St. John comedy. "Cleaning Up" And LATEST.TOPICS OF THE DAY and FORD MONTHLY THE SHOW YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR WED. THURS. THIS WEEK WED. THURS. THIS WEEK FEATURE THE INTERNATION- ALTRIO .Mm2. Donna Soprana. .Milt. MJjresky Violinists Virtuoso. Alexis Vir- tuoso and Pianist. IN AW ELABORATELY STAG- ED CLASSICAL AND POPU- LAR' MUSICAL REVUE THE GREATEST EXPONENTS'OF THE MYSTIC ARTS T THE ONE ANDJONLY ORIGINAL PULL BROS. AND COMPANY In their stupendous and amazing production of modern mysteries and illusions. SEE------ Mystery, of Gravitation. THE HINDU TEMPLE OF WONDERS THE MYSTERY OF DOCTOR Q------ LAUGH WITH PROF, THEO. PULL WORLD'S' GREATEST HYPNOTIST AND MIND-READER See Charles The Handcuff King. Handcuffs, b.irs, chains, and locks can- not hold him. offered.asyar-e fastin him in any manner he fails to escape. IT'S THE SHOW OF A THOUSAND THE SHOW OF A THOUSAND LAUGHS. ,vVf i To accommodate the crowds i will want io see this Wonder Show we have arranged to give three com- plete each day. 2.30. to 8, Photoplays. 8 to 9.15, THE PULL BROTHERS CO. 2nd to 10, Photoplaysj 10 to 11.15. THE PULL BROS. CO.' SPECIAL MATINEE FOR THE CHILDREN ON THURSDAY -AFTERNOON, AT 4.30 Free Rabbits for the Boys. Free Dolls 'for the Girls. Reduced Child, 15c. PRICES 50c; nights, 60 cents. Children, 25 cents. (Except at special Thursday matinee. The theatre that never changes Its prices. TODAY, TUES. AND WED." TO TBE PUBLIC-AHENTION! For those who want stock strain of the Shorthorn Scotch Topped Durham Cows and Heif- ers (30.head to select from) ATTEND THE AUCTION SALE AT THE PALACE LIVERY BARN On THURSDAY, NOV. 18th ALSO 30 head of the best Hereford strain Cowr, and Hejfers. 200 CHOICE RAMS Wlli be offered'for sale oil Hie same dale, THE PAPERS FOR PARTICULARS YOU'RE 1 Beciu e he had been Imn cd battered and di cour aged b> of oul c-iniii, struggle they called hlmicMc-s he? uprerae test cama Love and a Fortune were slaked on hla cour- did he meet it? famous story Frank: Lloyd SNUB POLLARD COMEDY, PATHE NEWS, AND "THE MOON- RIDERS" 2nd Episode.'. MAJESTIC GteMost Wonderful Play.In, George V. Hoblrf TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NOV. 23, and 24 Tht one rjreat musical dramatic production of this day and gsner- atlon, Company of 40. Mall Orders now being received. Same will be filled In tht order of their receipt. Youtki Love tftlfe. Vivid' THEATRE A PLAY THAT WILL PLEASE EVERYBODY MUSIC, COMEDY, DRAMA, SONGS, DANCES, PATHOS, SPECTACLE. 10 WE flccncs. costumes. Seat sale- opens Saturday, Xov. 20, at 30 a.m. NOHT ONLY TnmnuT IliHIbiil, RETURN ENGAGEMENT TrROM THE'COAST J' m Oriji nat Over sias ft.. Under patronage of General Sir Davfd Watson, K.C.M.O., C.B., a scries of rclurn engagements alter a record-break- ing run the Middle West and British Columbia. New Song .Tlian Evir. S1.UO, 75c. ;