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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGli UJTHBRTPGE DAILY HERALD "FRIDAY, NOVEMBER to, 1920 or St. Hyap- iztht to Become Minister of RiiiJiivay.s and NQV, 19. -A Jgcal carries ihc fgliQw front Us MplUt-ea) Natel isjlsy: ''L J, (Jqriiluer, Jwr for of and Hon Reid, the to llu> Thai the 'rupoitsuc'ia of '.he teach- ing p( History in iho publk- fcBooli Uei' in its being a foundation study lii jfce appreciation ot one's own country, Is tbe opinion of Jcibn T. deputy minister of education for (he, (irefinCQ, He points, oijl that evea Iq tlwi United Slates.. British .Hlf'W wnerjlly tfV4M lit HlEji sehpole. Ta Cjanijisii nuyils s'pavs pe jres'Jy raqr told to the Edmonton Journal, Mr. Slojs stales that tbe request o( the Southern Alberta teachers, to have 'imilsh history eimi'lnatej, as umHretuoJ, froni tiia public schools, not likely 10 ba granted. Canadian jilslory, lie said. Involves aud resin upon Brltlib, history. ot Briljuh history 1> abso- lutely iiecessary to an Intelligent mi- rjerilandlag of our own iwiinlry qud Us hislonr, Tie (tails Pf our hi.jory IE British, spj .the So BruoS lislrusfather at (be Kuyii Aiett'anVr hole! last night, when ho reached Winnipeg on what ho calls a, J'thasc alter 'OlJ Hill' s-ao got dU. With Koliiliovljnl and strikes over to CMMta." "Aside from trying to make people smllo a. Httje in. of ell the seri- ous the yvar linn not settled, my one u'eslra (he should not neglect the mon who fought aud he H is fo easy to forcet the a.njl al) Iho trouble It Brought, and 'gbyl It It uvsr aud turn to else. But there are thous- Wiw' In (or-, jet It, feecft'uta fame are maimed and disabled ihroiisii wounds and some (Fan not work as they did fore, and if forget them, who is lo'jee that they get a fair fif YWlfM facuJljes pannuxtt MoQUl, uintirik out their .v MtoBlQ "fhWuYtJv1 l'm? with _'HR unon SDjrjt anil immojiR of nur loin OaVadlpii Wory." ISu H k reported, The currJculupi Is now uu- ,'Se der hut Mn HPM that Jl- LW'' lnc any eliminations made are not likelv fowgl 306 Iirfe potUn, 65 of whiqa to f9 59 far as tje etlmlnallou of Brlt- werphand paraled and hid uoen di.- history, PupllV I" tta public Biayad throughput the city, advertising begin to' study at a to their donoreijirjtish history in grades 7' and S, PT jn 9 j{ lne onlv up (p taught, as Canadian hislory and civics orgaji-1 (5 (he o.jty hosiery course, jn. grage, 1Q. pihe? thai: that Mpnlfcal.' r In the maUer gf subEoripllacs.. ''Help tg place MeQljl Hrjjere her position never be greater her nauio tha better (or (he ilcQIU peptea- -f-rytf 4f- tttu nial enrjorvment reached it announced the. Jiyipheon. tpdjy irj gt, Lawrence Today's canvassing hrougljt fn fie rjjmes cqmrnittee a r.-. BPa Webster, H5.QOQ: British nglumbU JUjSJa; >Ir, and] 3Jrs, Qep, P, Lygl] and gpns, p. Sputharn, Press, JIO.QOQ; Option. Cp... S, nuffgan ani} R-' teams ,announced No r NOv.5, Graduates tesms-i lawyers I, f teams, G. Sir r make their W >f, Juncheon introduced the Dean, f p Ailspjs, as a Mpq'r [realer by birth, a pr.duate of McQili, and a professor had pres'lded over university a djfitull per> the agenda of Sir Auckland (leddes and after hU rosigr nation, until Bir Arthur Currie'cama to atsiiffe control, Ills rrplnlon Jhat It was'JrflBSsslble (o look upof a BWherlPg 88 rt the'ca'nj. plRn luncheon a withom a sen so qf Inspiration to ioju in tbe efforts which yrers bejns by the grrtiuiteii arid tho good cause. spoke pt tie rented in the hands of MSfPpa and lie duly of trie educated pyhllp to ape tho full 0, r'- J lay. pis Cle Md, M.-Col. Roytl H. Geo. W. Co. Ltd. J. W. Benning Hra. A- Sims J, 1- A. Acer Congleton Lor4 W, H. TUIw, K.O. H, 8. t ct at the pres- time he felt ba of benefit t onljr to yoslreal, but to the whole t) Canada, Ho rsvlenea briefly too Catarrh Of The Stomach thein luted Jf ty MlsUken fqr Itt To Recojuizf f.iu Treat .....of roogle more from coaled breMh, srjur b.umlng --.P, vpajltlug, rumbling In stomach, gas vlnrj and am) call ii tn reality thoii tronhJe ia (0 gaatrip catstrh OL hidroQlilotfc acld'ibat hn ip your stomach and awcelen'ita food contents nttural pf Rho ;Bpon follow. Hisnra'ted' Mngnesla ffl n pleas eas} to tako cin bo obtalnpn consemerice of the jittenipta raade S? Wa uaro ol the f lory, ihown atain tomorrvw rAlBOjParamount- MaSntine; Matt Jeff, wj.ChrUlie comedy. u.ti7 A ON OLD in iii M; 'J noon, a tear down, h.. grpnohy.pld. faqe ffljiny jeople of. papt, !s in Win- Ipeg to a ttfic make some 'to tlluslrate it in Central Congregational church tonight, does gipt gne as the wpfld-figura hp M.MJtjRit (thil personalitytoot WSici riufetly riomlB atP "drqwd. 8 young wt (HBvemejit anil with a. eys, gijj so inodest itn4 gg- tssmiUB! 9ne yypuld Ihlnk hs his 9VTB nthfr MJS.U (Se lusde Ih? wUpJe vis bis shut flcevos, in du room at the laying out his paper, paint and, brushes fur ait early start this, morning pa the eartppns apQqt Winnipeg he will send to the Umilcm Dally Graphic, ami the Bystander. he have to draw aucj paint day, every that :l am OB tour, i have to send the Gra- phic two fartpons a week, lolling in detail of mjr March for Bill.' Ill be up with the toniorrovv morn- ing, and hi ha at work all morning and aflernpon. "Thers'have, heen so mans strjkes, and so much talk of Uolshevlini, and llje pf England have forgotten war pretty much and things all over the old world tiro generally .BO. tjiat 'Old escaped and came to Canada. "It was Just by luck that I was able to pet f Groat: to follow him. The ccel strike jn'Ungland had forced tho caneelUtloa of all coal-burning liners and I gej on the last ship whpee sail- 'ng was assured, an oil-burner'. I'll tia'ye to raturn in about a month, and apparently-I will have to sail on an ollpurniDg liner "I caiiiipt blame 'Old Bill' tor corn- Ing to he sairl. "As 1 was looking out of tho train window a> we pulled into.Winnipeg, I said this was just the kind of a uiaco lie would like to. make'his home." "EXPERIENCE" COMING The apect.a.cuiar morality pljy, "gi- perience" which ha.s been eptlyr called "Americs'a Pilgrim's wjl] he presented uy P- Ray Cpmstticfc and Morris Gesl at the Majestic next Ttinp- and Wednesday. Kov 23 and 34, CerUinly George V achiever] a new classic he adapted tha right guaranteed to everybody by Aiafcrican of euce. He meets such real perils ana temptations as bujet the average youtli of lodsy from any small town, who to "the big elty" to epek his for- tune. Those Influences are named af- ter tbslr leadlnj lusiance: Pleasure, Siander, l-ashlou. Beauty, Excitement, Frivolity, Puastai. if they were labelled vllh conventional pat- rODymlcs. (he >-ould be a regular p{ a spectucular alle- JPry In dramatte fgrui. the specially se- ifcled qf character actors nud stage who typify all the fenil- aino play rivals Be- est follies for its eolpr, comeliness and op the dramatic side it Is as teuse and thrllljiiK ss rslslntog many old the maiiagpuiejit has felnforced with'a number of eB-cdrains youpg recruits. i. and Gcst, orisinsl pf have pr season 'revival bo pffered on same bill (q hla 1st- covered murdered, Ifca hypnotic couijdy sensation "Belwecu tte one pt Seracn's eaorU. "Biiltt'ocji (he Acts" is one Iqag liuger- ing Jack nempsey will be seen :itt latest episode of "Daredevil and the Colonial Concert Orchestra will render some" flue music. "ONE HOUR BEFORE PAWN" A CORKJNG MYSTERY AT THK WJTBer IB sp contoellloE as to him really think; that ho killed, Davlee. The unravelling of ft pay tha Henry King has hs.ndjed the dirtc- tlou of Before Dawn" vyitlijeiicclleut attention to detail. VpDVlU NITf AT COLgNJAL TpNjOHT (FRIDAY) Although [he Cojorilal. theatre will a if a, Olllsbetl attor is dlspljiyed to full Yeslerday's KuJIpiice at the Theatre was! HjrllleS snd Its .entlrs (iyp reels. Tha ac- tion takes -placp iH Ipiiso njtrly H. B. 'Mdnilts hypnplist, ai over (ho njoii, to the hut instead of old bogies pf BunyaA's day, The Giant pffspair and "Dsith on a pale ha peopled his' play modern types who "wise chatter' Instead of the doleful, stilted blank verse dialogue of the old ilmes.r 1 Youth, Instead of '.Christian atarta put on the pilgrimage of life hut in- stead p( being befogged by doctrinal and seeklnr salvation, he is frankly tn pursuit of happiness 3 SKATIN6 ACT -TOPS "KIP" VAUDEVIV.LE BILL AT COL- ONIAL MONDAY Qqe of tha best noveHy ot the year- will headline the Hippodrome vaudeville at tha thea- tre on Monday aud Tuesday, when Connors and Martin, in their "wonder- ful roller skating act will be the fea- tWQd atlj-ftctipn. Connors and Mar- tin., pwln? to fhe illflicult, natMre of their act, are cpmBe.Ued to carry with them their own Ijardwpod sVating gpor, -Khjch lajd mi tpp pf Ihe uijiia] stages In tha vaudeville theatres play. TNy ejecnto some diRicqlt qiul feats wltila BliiUna at tpp speesj qyer tbjs Spar. H is a splemlidly act, on 'ftfl'WU pn, Mpnitay laplyde tlie jiuslfal P-rniarfs. in a fiiie rflusicalactj cpmecljap, anij LOWJE. a.n'c] I" a clever of eily, end S la Ijlack face. .WM'er i.en Brown states tJial this il one of the. season's most costly UEUB! prices will prevail. MAMMOTH WEEK-END 3IHOW AT COLONIAL TODAY AND 'i SATURDAY A .show that, will set a new mark in photoplay history in this city will be preseiiteil at yis popular Colonial today and Saturday. On top of the bill will be the stupendous Drury Laho melodrama "The past of Luck." Writ- ten hy the internationally fnnious Irlo of dramatists Cecil JUIeigu, Arthur .Henry. Hamilton. "The Best of lias bean considered to bo dne of the notable hits iii Druryl Lane's history. the thrills are re-] tallied in the photodrama, notable among thsm lieing a Bght to the death i jt. the bottom ot! Vho'', a' hunt, abro-' a rice helwccn! niotoreycles and v Larry Semon, the comedy king, wlllj TO PEOPLE SHOULD TAKE i.aa kill memher of tho house party q IftVifUfwr'ntf alteutlgiis. oil AU- Q. vrhbrii loves', hp payjes ia dls- Sayes Them Your woollctu raiMl te aide In ai long s lime i duty. l no Intoxicating effect. They drlnH But Tlsitors fro the dry land Irj drink copstanlly, oncp lbeyflni{ a To however, the most diaagreoable and sickening picture is the hpho from home, a hopclees, wretched flguro that hotel lob- bies. Hla panhandling [3 brazen. Thoy pick out people sjioaklng tliflr own tpggue, and without shamo boldly an- nounce that they wani money for drinks.. Thoy long ago discarded Ihe appeal for help lo get (hi) from tne Mon of these unfortunates did not follPw Ihe flag; they followed tha trad, generally as. alowaways or in crews they deserted, onto wllhln of Ihu docks. Hut for passport regulations, Havana police auUibrilles' say there would be hundreds tiefe from tha stales with a thlrat and no visible muans of support. "foreign slate's! and offlcialu declare that the fact ifrnt Iho Island isn't'dry6 n ia a of reveiDie, arid'iias itVli- cu lo pul up prices 'fuf That Plsln Biiro.PhoiphVte Help; to Build Stranij Nerves and Put on Firm Healthy Flesh.; your nerves plenty, of'.- phds- with enough ieft.'oyor lo givo. :hfl blood artd.Dono-.eellsi'a.generpurf helping anc) >r9U should "'quieWy'rioto a; return to ,oId-tiniB vlgpr a power ot endufsacp that'wlft surnrisb you, _ So .say two prominent New York [ih'ysicians. Thinness, and lack of ainlilllon are in most cases diia tp (his is so, simply tjecause murtoni are weak in phpspUorie cta- mcnls. '-'Over-IB per cent, of tha peb'plo'Qf America need more phosphate, and about the only way that many thin people can takft on raore pounds of firm, vigorous flech Is to feed (lie wllli Illlro-T'hosplialc, a plain, phosphate that druggists know all about. Teng'of thousands, ot run-down, del- pponle havb learnca thp way- to oettnr health through Bltro-PfiOfphatc. Jt'w'aa just Iho one clement lacking to put on much desired flesh, ami Uiins them health, happiness, and a mind free from, TQNJQHT (FRI.) GOXJNTRY STORE NITE .1st ineMh; 2nd Ib. live turkey, '.'and a hundred other prizes. ihirj Saturday One' pf the. greatest shows !n our hjstpry. The tremendous Lane melodrama, The Best of Luck By Ccoil halelgh, Henry, liain- ilton, a.ntl Arthur Collins. You win gasp and tingle with the of It. LARPSEMON Tile comedy kinE, fn Between the Acts IJIJTJ-'II latoal iiiiiBhlng auc- CCES. And JACK DEMPSEY In "DARE- DE.VIL JACK" CONQERT ORCHESTRA USUAt PRICES Send thi to the Sat- urday matinee. Found: Another Garden of Eden American escap. Ing African cannibals, discov- ers grange taco of idol-Wpr- ?BhlppIng people in heart ofvtho If wilderness. arnmn WILLIAM FOX picture, Jungle frail Direction" of RICHARD STAN- TON.7 marvels the Jun- with dfa- c. hurnlnB at ataks pf pvcrturninc of Wol. V, Positively Farniirn's best jijc- ;ttire'.to date. ADDED ATTRACTIONS snd Qomedy. The lildgost and shot. In tho city, Children's Matinee Tomorrow 5c MUSIC, 9.ONGS, Mall orders now nttng re- ceived. Same will be liHed in .of their receipt.. ENDORSED BY THE CLERGY AS A GREAT MORAL LESSON.'' TRIALS AND TEMPTATIONS IN HIS SEARCH FOR PLEAS- URE ON THE PRIMROSE PAT Hi s--: 1 Company Of cccturnes. Scat sole opens Saturday, No- a.r ;