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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 3B TWELTW THE LSTHBRIDGE HERALD HAMILTON'S PROPOSED WAR MEMORIAL Was Big Question Before }he Members of the Medi- cine Hat U.F.A. This :'P.; Week CALGARY, Nov. tarmern were absolutely unanimous for tbe first tune the., history of our or- when they voted for the satisfied that they will staild behind the pool when'It is formed to a declared Charles H. Harris, president of the Medicine Hit U.F.A. district association, in discussing the recent Albertan last evening. "The lew who were critical of the wheat board year ago are now the most determined that the barrest shall In future be market- ed co-operatively and convinced that in no other way can a just price bo obtained for tha farmers' product." Jlr. Harris declared that interest in the wheat pool Is the most powerful tingle factor making for tho success of the big membership drive now lu full swing-throughout the constituency as in every other constituency In Al- berta. Ho predicted that at tb'e close of the drive the farmers of Medicine Hat riding would be ninety-five per cent, commented only one delegate to the-convention had opposed tho group form of organ- ization, and that he could not flnd a seconder to his proposal to abandon this principle. The U. F. A. Drive' Mr. Harris has himself been one of the most icllvc wprfccrs'jlu Ihe drive, nnd has covered a largo part ot tho uency since Henry B. Spencer, U. P. A: nominee for Battle is in the city. states'that'the membership'drive is proving very successful In the cod- stitueuey, and that the vajsl majority of the farmers of Battle Hirer will be members of tie'U. A. before tbe campaign Is concluded. Co-operative Marketing 'interest in plans for. the co-opera- tire marketing .of wheat and a re- markable, solidity of opibioh In'favor of the group form at organisation were tbe oustanding features of the Medicine Hat U. P. A. district conven- tion said H. Higginbotham, provin- cial secretary of the U. P. A., on his return to Calgary from Medicine Hat yesterday "The citiic'ns of Medicine Hat, as well as the delegates, stowed great interest In the proceedings. "Tbers was no desjre to nominate a candidate, It being felt by the mem- bers ot the convention that the best Ilan Is lo.wall'until-in', ejection has announced." ix, Gui., Among suggestions mado at a meeting aero last nlgbt of the committee in charge of the city's proposed war memorial was an elaborate project that would cost and will not be completed in all detail for 20 years. big scenes are gripping. This will be Ehown at the Empress, start- ing Monday. THE BEST OF LUCK" AND LARRY SEMON AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT (SAT.) Capacity audiences enjoyed the big _. i Among the characters ore Fashion, wrapped-up la dancing and I dout SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920 Beauty, Escitemenl, Do- cell and Frivolity, and with them are their escorts. men who fre- quent the cabaret, especially whore dancing is Indulged ia. They are Sport.. -Style., 'Suob. Conceit, Blue Blood, Travel aid DIMvel. To look at these week-end show at the Colonial thea-'would think they wero'simply Intent tre yesterday. Tha sauio bill will be-on eatiug and'chaUiiig repeated today (Saturday) for the want to take the corer oS." THE OKLAHOMA CO.WBOY'8 INVASION How an ".Ungainly, Rural Person" Invaded Broadway and It Now a Famous Goldwyn Star. No I so many, years ago an ungainly rural appearing slooil -before nn audience and twirled rope. He also chewed-gum and talked quietly great melodrama 7s tlio' all-is changed. memorial should be submitted to the electors at the next elec- tion. I bill. TARIFF INQUIRY IN ONTARIO NEXT OTTAWA, Nov. Henry Drajton. minister of Rnanee- and chairman of the Tariff Commission, arrived in Ottawa this morning and will te here for the ncit days. The commission expects to leave for Ontario points', "about the middle of next wetk. The Ontario tour will occupy about a couple of weeks. The Bnal meeting of the commission will bo'held In Ottawa. SHOCK CAUSED AN AGED MAN'S DEATH WINNIPEG, Nov. it is saW, from shock occasioned by the- (scene .the famous.'laV'Je. ot the bottle iho'bird ii fousht. Drivel de- i w.. ROLLER SKATINC, MUSICAL NOV.'1strlbM it'.bStt by savins: "I ELTIES, COMEDIANS. AND DANC-'i whpro Is always perfd'here is eight cents per'ton gross onuage. bill REAL CABARET LIFE IN "EXPERIENCE1 Cabaret life-as Been in the larger OTTAWA, N6v. again is shovi-n in the Golden WASHINGTON, Nov.. fjovcrnmtnt has present- od to the government of India-100 Do HUvilnnd and Avro airplanes. of the .planes have been turned over fe> local governments and administrations, others to ruling princes and flying clubs and the remainder to former avi- ztton officers living In India. FOGGY WEATHER PREVENTS GAMES LONDON, Nov. As- to foggy wea: tnnr a number of rugby and soccer games were postponed. These games included the Rugby Union champion- ship matches between Yorkshire and Lancashire and Cumberland and Che- shire and tho first division game between Bradford City and West Bromwich Albion. Cabaret act oil the Primrose Path of Pleasure in 'Experience" which F. Ray Comstock and Morris Oest will present at the Majestic Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 23 End 24. LAST TIME TONIGHT WnLfarnum in "The Jungle Trail" He iUcojrers a second Garden of Eden buried In tha wilderness, OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS. STARTING ON MONDAY mujsed some simple trick a time or two: v "You can't expect me to be as good as the real ot the show. These folks have been rehearsing for a coupla months, and I Just got took in yeaterv 'Mr. Rogers ts now appearing in Goldwyn production, and his latest picture, Call Me Is pecul- iarly adapled to Ills ability aud per- sonality. THEATRE VENING AT 9.00 SATURDAY, NOV. 27 MATINEE AT 3.00; EVENING AT WITH A REAL OLD COUNTRY COMPANY, INCLUDING WEE DOROTHY MACKAY AND A BEVY OF BRITISH BEAUTIES 10 BIG SCENES Kid- Seat, on tale Thursday at Armstrong 4 Rtworth's Jewelry Store. MAIL ORDERS NOW. "le Jungle Trail" Run Eds Tonight AT THE EMPRESS The last screening ot "The Jungle starring William Famnm, will take place tonight nt the Empress theatre, where this William Fox luro haa been shown to large houses since -Thursday. The production tells the loie story of two men and !i girl, following one of the men to Africa. Here ho haa many narrow cs- capes from deatli. discovers n hidden city of Mol-worshlppers, wins lion as a god cf strength, and alto. gether rasaes through cnoneh unusual and exciting experienced lo provide- material for threo areraso photo- I'laya. Mr. Farnnm's poituluritv with jiudienccs at tho Krnpress Is nilestod tlie fact that al! of the olion-hign of 'Tho Jungle Trail" havn ottractod capacity houses. Also other good attractions or, Ihn, same bill, including Ctirlatic comoily Mult and Jeff cartoon, aud I'a'ra- mount Magazine. Evening Below the Surface" thc melo, dramatic, picture featured nt Ihe HI- n 8ivos Hobart Dos- ftortn a 6piendid tn rTom cnstrate .his aquatic prowosV n" deep Bcti diver rescuing the c-rew of r. -unKcn eiihranrlne. Thomas H luco has produced a thriller, and thc NOV. .23-24 eligcted 8nrd ork for over nine months, Cbmstock WQNpiRFMi PLAY v. STRAIGHT SEASON journey p-hi11 Youth House of Lsst Resorf Street of Remorse1' "The House of Lost Souls'! "The Street of Forgotten Days" _ lhe the Dreamer Land Where Dreams Begin" Street of Vacillation" the Primrose Path" the Corridors of Chance" Street of Disillusion" Seat salo opens today. Price: .UJUBUKEKe the world's greateat teacher. LAST TIMES TONIGHT (Sat.) "The Best of Luck." Larry Semon In "Between the Acts." "Daredevil Jack" with Jack Demptcy. MONDAY AND TUESDAY HIPPODROME A GREAT BILL Connors and Martin In a sensational ROLLER SKATING NOVELTY ACT Special SiAtin'g stage. The Musical Spectacular Musical Act. Lewis and Lewis Comedy, Harmony, and Jazz. t Leo Haley Singing Comedian. Arthur Tribaudeau The Globe Trottor. BRADY CENTURY COMEDY SERESFORD'3 JAZ2BOYS Same Popular Prices for this GREAT DOUBLE SHOW Hatlneet-Adults 50c. Nights-Adults, 'eoc; children' 25c Three chows at 2.30; nights at 7 and 9. 1 PHOENIX The Theatre That Never Changes Its Prices. LAsTrTiyiE TONIGHT "ONE HOUR BEFORE DAffr MONDAY AND TUESDAY SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRESENTS WILL ROGERS IN "JES'CALL ME JIM" By J. C. Holland. Directed by Clarence-Bndcer when his best pal wan cheated out ot a fortune and rJa'limV'" S Jlm And act he does, In'a picture that throbs with thrills hn IaUSHS' A plclllre' in bat beings by that ls of numap PATHE NEWS AND COMEDY ;