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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THR NOVEMBER .18, .1.920 armim s fsw Jnonlhs later. This almost In- variably niippens you a sultar under Bibthcr fa street asd forget the first trindovr." I i i in Jangle Trail PLAYING The discovery ot a city hidden in African tity 'iaaabtted by a strange idol-worshipping part Of the theaie of a Wliliaa: phoiopjay, "The JUH-] file Trail." in whicto William Farnutu is featured. The picture will be the Jeitura of tie Mil st die Empress theatre far three beginning to- day. The hero of this story goes to Africa to shoot big gacae and Is fol- lowed there rby native of his riral in kite. Tbcse agents undertake to lose him In the jungle, and .bribe the natives, from' he escapes after battle, finding his way after znany Yicisfit'iiles. to the strange city. Here he is seized as an infidel and, sentenced to be burned at the up the posts vbich. he is. bound, and thereafter, unin he overturns statue 6T an idol, .Is worshipped as a god of strength. The picture Is said tg be 'strong in romantic interest and to dude t Farnum hand-tp-hand fights. 3 other good -THE COMING OF BAIRNSFATHER THE PULL BROTHERS SENSATfON AT COLONIAL The famous Fiill Brothers anil Co. opened, their JocaS ejocagement at the I Colonial ;theatra lest nlgnt !o a lea- j and by fcaususl cleverness of iheir wori. a veritable Sftnsolkm. Tie question Oa everybody's lips Was, %'Hovr Is 0 Puill'i Tviih z virile per- a short series oT demou- etratktt'S in ralhd reading and mental telepathy that, whilst being very in- tefestingv.aroased a "deal of curiosity. He werfes without asy apparent, ef- lort, and sisorotely TrKhont tLi aid of any nectasnical devices. To. the .The iTToefal plight- of those lonely men who write to newspapers, com- plaining that they are to lire la single wretchedness and are EO socially nurooued that thej get witbin stalking distance jot will be interesting. Other members of.the Company wtre seen In a num. ber of clever illusions and esrapes from various devices. The whole show is well seeing, betes quite a tJepariare from ordinary tine of theatrical er.lertalament. Toe Fulls.are cchcduled to appear for the last tltiies'aX the Colonial tonight and Xm'coaouess attract anoilrer large ttowS. RECORD BREAKING SHOW AT THE COLONIAL'' FhlDAY AND SATURDAY Jdst'.write down in Httle book (hat the ColtmSsl theatre will oEcr what looks Ute one ef the 5SOKS ,ta': its history this Krldsy and SaturHsjv It Ins re is any doubt in mlnfl to the veracity of this glance over the fbV loirlng ttst ot nUraCttons'for week end at the popular Colonial. sti screen'' raelodramatlc version of the sensations! Druty Lane dramatic BUC- %tth all its thrills masnlfied len- Its hunt. Its scenes, and the one thrills that made re- fold, fights underseas, aeroplaiift" scenes, its thrilling Idle Woman, hai 'not e'sckjicd the notice of Captain Bruce Balrasfath'er, produce a; in detail on the screen. the popular English humorist. This. (comedy .visit Canada to lee-, lure "Old Bill, Me and the In-, come has given these unhappy mortals "some'original advice in his own .satirical way. s Ton flni he says that at last the attractions ot midnight motor-car rldes'.are losing'their drawing power.1 Von are feeling somelhlng vfithln you which says pracllcally whal your friends sa> Thej ire uividetl into two 'classes., and.'what say is thfs One half VS hatever you do marrred.'old man; .Take it from'me, irfen'l'wtrth it." The other half: ought to get married with- out delay." ,The qnestibh then arlqe's, "Whal about Firom what you tell us, it's pretty hard work carryirig out the if you decIde'bnJL You have fi rst. go t to, reconcile your I feminine public to your I lobked at mine, for iuj the morning in a and 1C mean's monastery for me: JEIow-i ever, with a little massaga and a com-j postcards of Owen I daresay could be worked) up out of It you want some the rub That twenty five dot lars a week one gets at the glue fac- tory iB.'not enough and lacks romance. Then, of course, the great 'difficulty Is 'choosing your .victim. 'The beat: way I should think to do this would be to ride in a street car and watch, the side walks carefully. Get off the.moment 'you see a gooii One in .your particular lino, run back atad'c'alch' her up.' Judging by history andj legend, 1 notice .that music is a 'Creep op gently and'let off an Idyll on a guitar. "IX to your music, find out her address, for that very night you.must go round to play a lyric uir- der her' window. If the -window is open an.d a delicate white hand flings }on a small hole, you can rush in like tt football player very nearly. But If a big, brown 'band opens the win, aow-and throws something else out, pop abound to the druggist and get the barnp cooled'with'lanoline. "Neil day you must be seen furtive ly lurking about the neighborhood. Ot course, you don't know her yet, .hut you (nat shi Is the. only; woman in the world for sou It's that which will keep you playing the guitar under the same window, all the .time regardless of cost During this period you must 1 write letters, and ultimntely go and call at her house. :Be careful how yon write them though; they may easily be read aloud in a court by a lawyer in his very latest "Between the :l'Hol of laughs, with the In- Larry in the comical role of tue.theairo "property boy." Jack Detapsey in his latest episode ol "Daredevil Jack. Beresfdrd's Concert Orchestra in a blg.breczy orchestral concert. Is'.this iome show! Well say It is, SES It Thats all EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow AT AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT I O'CLOCK INSTRUCTED BY MRS. ROBERT SAGE AND OTHERS Ot '1 Including: Solid 'Oah Km Table, fumed; Heavy Rocker, fumed oak h hr nccker' solid iMtheri.i.boi: g very handsome Drcssor in eye maple with oval bev- ivenport Ixiungo; Kllshon Cabl- t.i n Slaml5; Couch; 6' x 8- Hall Bug; 6 Kitchen Clmirs; two Art Rugs 0' T in1 6" S' T ir- lwo SIngV gs am! mattresses; Occasional T.blev "tvo coal ToliH TERMft ricu and a ot smallcr "'tides.; TERMS CASH. PHONES 770 AND 469. WADDINGTON WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE A WASTED WARNING A was trateljlcg id mining awnuy ktd eoobunlcrod an iHsl- man turfitaj B windlass hauled op dirt ot a well that being Hts'.bjt_vas oS. vis pourtanJE on V.s ectfei head.1 .yen rte h- lure your brain If you eapowi it IhitJ" said the bishop.'1 j.' The IrUh man wiped tkt his (oreheid and looked S do you ttenk VJ tw doing tali all tke Itt Waid! Los Angeles times. ALLIES-TO SEND TO VILNA Nov. was 1 by Ino League of XatktbK lhat Spain t.wi vfirllaln, as France a'lJ sourt troops to to obtain order duflaR to 09 to political tats of CuUt city. M kdweeu ICOLONIAL t YtMCti TrtMlr'lfT 1 I linVJltdUAT) AT THE COLONIAL FRIDA.Y AND SATURDAY .THIS1 WEEK. "EXPERIENCE" COMING "Experience" George V. Hob art's modem morality comedy drama will be presented by F. RiV Conistock and acd commerce. Youth succumbs to toe of Vice, until; he Snds himselt oa tte brink of i-rtmij tke lowest dcctadttlon. ke: retmlled to AT THt Morris Cest at Ihe Majestic titecs by hearing tbe on Tuesday and Wednesday nejtt'n hymn rtkt brings bmck I'o his mioB Kovember 2Srd uzt mH. This drama. tender Mcollectlons of his Sear now'in its seventh season, is one of the csost successXiil of' rtecent years and is evsry city where it.has presented it has met vrith a tremen- dous success and fcit endorsed by shows the ol Uie arertge ot who leaves boyhood to go out Into the great irorld and win success in the ttrUalest waya of lite. He begins his joarhey With a pure heart, an jatnd and a ECU! inspired with high and noble purpose. Soon he meets TxmpUtion, the temp- tations beset evsry TOUHK ,aian when he leaves the f protection sheltet- of his parental root to take nis place In the busr marls of trade er and Yokb turns (rod-his (oJlrej, retraces Us steps and bejins anew with LOTC, Hope and Ambtttoo guiding his fwotftfjjs. A noted critic hafe "It Is al- most impossible" to It mest be id be The virtues and aYe known.'ac- corrflngly. The story Is Hstfe- atlng and It is told in a Way feat holds the audience in rapt atleatiet from the opening ot the-tint episode, until the close of the tenth and last. The Etenery is the acme of settings and the producers have spec- ially selected the east which, will ap- pear In this_cily. Will Powtr and Hypnotitm "When I bjt-pnotUa a man, ho has ft will .but mine. I his GodJ" woHs, by Nor- man Osgood at house that started -an- arpQIbent on hypnotism and the power of tHrtne and human will. And It was the argument that to the demon straUons in k mjstertoiis taurder cotnmtttti one before ,BaOUng and ntftterioiii Is the Klory Before wfclch bnAes H. B. the popular TftTOrtte, to the thMtre today ,the rest of the this Jesse b. Hampton feature, distributed by Pathe, has beett the able dtrec- tloh of Htary King. The'cast m sup- port of H. B. Warner includes Anna Q Nllseon. Adsla Psrrlngton, Lillian Rteb, Prahk Mlgh, Attgnstus Phillips, TlrettiA Onlse, Howard Davies and many others. iJESTIC, lues. M Nov. 23-21 THE PLAY THAT-HAS DELIGHTED AND STARTLED MILLIONS OF PEOPLE EVERYWHERE WITH ITS WONDERFU L STORY OF YOUTH. ENDORSED BY THE As'fc GREAT MO BAt LEKOH. MUSIC, 60MEDV, DRAMA, SONGS, SAriCEB, PATHOS. Mall orders now being re- ceived. Sariic will be filled In crder of thtir recttpt A STORV OF I Company of big DIAIC AUn Au'n '____'- TRIALS ANO IN HIS SEARCH FOR PLEAt- URE ON PRIMROSE', PATH. ace cotttmiw. Seat ule'opent No- vember 20. at It a.m. WANTED MONEY That Is why this young Amer- only girl in the world' for 'a long and perilous through a strange land. WiDiam Farnum escapes death hy_a narrow mar- gin many times in .the thrilling WILLIAM POX production, The Jungle Trail A Farnum special thriller, full of Action and "pep" from the start tjll the last reel. -ADDED paramount Magazine, Mutt. and Christie 'comedy, THURS. FRI. SAT. PHOENIV NOW THURS. FRL SAT. An Enthralling An Romance When the Fatal Hour of Dawn Could hit Strength pf Wilt Conquer the UrQlnfls of thlt Evil Mind "When I Hypnotize a Man, I Alone Am AnJ lh" was wnsed In silent In tbo mystic hour baton ijnwii. Dared bo look Into the Ifnstlng eyes of Ms love, or was he doomed? ;y Happened? You'll Nerir Guew! Come and See! SUNSHINE COMEDY FOk NEWS M PULL BROS CO. AMD ORE AT SHOW. :_ ..jl FRItJAY NIGHT COUNTRY STORE VODViLNTTE Ut in cuh. live Turkey, Atad Iht bt( time for FRIDAY AND They Death slodrama ygdapted.tothe screen byA.S.Levinoj LARRY SEMON aedy king, in his intent Mot of 1 "BETWEEN THE ACTS" The comedy king, in hia intent Mot of Inughtcr, AND DEMPSEY In "DAREDEVIL SAME POPULAR PRICES AUCTION SALE i. PF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED ?OR SALE BY PUBlIC ON TWP, SEC, 20, RGE, 81, W. OF 4 W, MIL66 NORTH OF WELLAND, 6 MILES WEST OF BAY. -MOND, 7 MILES EAST OF MAdHATH ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK 6HARP One team geldings, 7 yeuri, wolslit 3iOO; 1 leani MdCoa, 10 unit 1 yeare, weight 3000; 1 gelding, 17 yenrB, 1200; 1 mate, 17 yearn, wolghl 1330; 1 mirc, 4 yc.urs, well-lit Z Kddlngs, 4 rears, 1500; 2 innrcs, coming tliroij 4 goldlngit, 3 years old; t Tiay marea. fthd X -4 7 1SOO; MeCormleK ftitUM, J250; 1 hfown 1650; 1 "how" War- Ing binder; 1 old 8-foot Detrlng lilndcf, In nitiiilns order; ,lohn Denro gang nlow; now ninsct tnillci- 5-Mclloii Jrag hap row with cart; 1 new IS-unn KtnllicV.y (loublcMlfoi! 'ilrlllj potato1 1 hsy rake; 1 good 61 new, Izt-biKhol stuln tnntr; 1 fanning mill; I liny riicli; now horso- power gas. enftltie and wmhorj 1 dcMoctall forks ami otlicr.toolj; t sen uf work hnfitees. No reserve M the owntr giving up LOUIS SCHUMens, TEftMS'bASH. ft Si.w J- Ai SMITH, Auctioneer ;