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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKTDGE DAlL? HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1920 DIAMOND CITY AND COMMERCE FORM A r JOINT SOCIAL CLUB Our DIAMOND Nov. two towns. Commerce and Dijmoiid Cify hivo Joined, forming u club which i la to be as the "Commerce-1 Di-iinom! Social club." Its aim is to prpinote the'social-life at the com-i liiumty aud to relict in case of j accident or epidemic scourge. The sworth Film 'Below the Surface' PLAYING 'Slit sea again fiirnlsiies the back- j pla club will meet every Thursday j be seen on toe, screen at the Era from 8 to IS P.m., and each month's j press, theatre today and tomorrow. program will consist of two dances, j The locale is a tishitig village r.ii one whist drive r.ud one concert. j the rociy coast of Mains and the star All members arc looking 'forward to lias the role of, ti eteru Xcw. Ens- aa enjoyable season. Very j land diver, His partner Is material lias been, selected his sou. The two are for the production- of a which is j preached. i-ith a.frauilulent enterprisu hoped to oroduced" Sometime in 'to eitrnct treasure from, a sunken Ja'nuary. I wreck. The old diver docliccs, lint Tie IMaraoai hotel list been secured Luther, attracted by the pretty drnii- i promoter, accepts lie pro- at during the past week tho members j rwju-onlc1 have engaged preparing it' pesi'.iou. marrying the girl for the opening dance. "v !ame ltoe- The opening dance.was given on Dramatic events follow, Thursday, Nov. IS. Over fifty couples attended and spent very enioyahlo. evening.'rcliicfamly realizing the last "Till Wo Meet Again" of'the Duuiiing'orcheslra. Miss has heea lit charge of "the Diamond- City hospital for tho-past levy has resigned her position. Ted Mnirhead Is pulling up a new j re ulcncc In Commerce AND, TUESDAY. Mumps hos been nopulT the j A1, varied and; entertaining "Hip" past few weeks. O.i account of it the vaudeville show vriH ho offered at the including tho wreck ing a steamer. !u which Luther's wife and the promoter ate dro'A'iied. The ending is! a happy one. Also Christie comedy, "Oh. Doc- tor, alid Topics of the lias ROLLER-SKATING, JAZZ, MUSIC, SONGS, COMEDY, ON HIP VAUDE. VlLLE AT ...COLONIAL TODAY school is suffering irregular' :ince, and Dahlrymple and are minus a clerk for awhile. Neariy nil the' houses are occupied. The fyllowjng families have recently moved in: C. Neshi-.- from Coal- Collins, from Edmonton1 .pfckie, Silslic and Sliorlielin. Haley., an entertaining young Wee porothy Mackay is dainty leading lady and sis famous fun mak- ers headed by Georgo It. Summers, will furnish the laughs which interlaud the musical and Brooding over a warning brought by her father that he has "married the darter of a bad wonisu" Pierre features, becomes furious'over an Innocent In- IJttle Gloria Thompson will play "Oil-' cident between Joan and the Heverend pid" and all through the story creates I Frank Hoilivvell (Albert tho (Jauies a young, raucher. enaa." Moreiia is io produce :a play: tha love Interest with cliarialng grace and appeal. The music Is by the well known composers D. C. Hllllaui, 1'i- erre Bayard and Clive Hamilton, who i New York were responsible for the tuneful set- ting of "Llltlo lied Hiding Hood" and "Cinderella." Those enjoy the pantomime this year will asreo that Mr. has spout hie time and his i 530.000 to some purpose. SUPERB CAST LATEST GOLDWYN FEATUPE AT PHOENIX THEATKE Moving Picture Conipany Devoted Weeks In Procuring Suitable., Players J'icrre Landls, rancher, turned into Iho shoulder of his own ;wlfe tho mark of. hie to'establish be- fCXO" the" world, his absolute, ownership of Jber. -About that Incident is woven thp dramatic story, "The BfaudlugVJron.y tomes to tho Phoeiiix today tomorrow and Pic- ture Is a Kegiuald Barker production from the book "try Katherino Newllu BerL Jpait Carver (Barbara held prisoner for years by her drunken i father, John Carver (Russell Simp- I escapes from hia mountain cabin ai-d meets and marries Pierre Landis young parish niliilsler; and in his fury he brands the-girl. Prosper Gael (Richard Interferes, shoots Pierre, ant) takes Joan to the luxurious cabin which ho had built in the distant iillis for 'a clandestine af- fair with Betty Morena, wife of "Jas- per MoAna (Sydney York play producer. Betty has not dared to come to him. and so, knowing better, ho .tells Joau that Pierre is dead-: Believing that, she consents to remain with him. Hearing from iielty that.far husband, dy- ii'.g, Gaol. leaves Joau and goes to New York.; but Is Informed when he rrives that Moreaa Is recovering ml that Betty .-Is-going with hiu to Arizona. Joau learns Pierre is alive; hut, feeling that she.has slimcti Irretriev- ably she runs away to.vaoid his search far her: Sho gets work on the ranch! where the are when Pierre, seeking her, comes there, she Sees to New York wilh tho Mor- AT THE COLONIAL, STARTING MONDAY Oolonixl theatre today and Tuesday.] many new and novel features heiug on V j Connors aiid Marth! will lop the hill -r------ with Iheir. sensational roller skating j moonlight on a silver river, Every- jestic next Saturday, Xov. novelty net.: This is Bomething new j wherei there are while arms that beck- matinee and night. 27, for in vaudeville, and will bo a thriller. on me. Oh, Pleasure, how wonderfal Mr. Weisaisd has moved his house j fellow will present his original comedy from-Diamond to his ranch In Com- j singing ami ditnctng act. and is r-eniodelllng '.J lAwIs-aiid Lewis, In a pleasing con- T Godiu i a; ouded the Teicaer5 icoctlon of'comedy, harmony, jaza and Convention In Gge j Instrumental music will be a big fea- Lr has icieptetl tne Coal jture on the'show. hurst practice, whither he has moved. He; retains his diamond asid-. Com you aro to grant ino .Iu his fascinatiou with the scene Youth turns to Keperlenpe'nria .asks him Isn't wonderful; And Experience answers Wonderful in in '.that- she: has ;knowleGgo of the paiii that-follows.e'vdr-in her He Las alreadv mov-1! ulete: the bill. mer.iic jiractice. cd.his samge'aud hia "pint Alice delightful screen and expects to move his house anri-star wiirbe featured In Owen Tho Jlusital Shermans with their j footsteps, clever musical-specially act will com- enthusiasm, however. Is not liayb it rcniodoile'J. Miss Hutch of Lethbriilge, is taking "charge of the Cjjalhurst hospital. i The Coalhurst'hospital will be used also. for Diamond and Commerce, af- ief when.the Blamoad ho? pltal closes. Aii Trill he in.httendaoce. Mrs. W. It. Hughes arid Reft return- ed-from England, where they have been visiting for several months. ilr. Shoveltan has" impofled -some Jersey G Christie is expecting his daugh- ter to roturn some timo this "week, from High.'Hlver, to snend, the .winter. Services are be ns he'd m j great stage' success one of the fines.t of this season's draihatic productions, and "with an abundance of comedy and good orchestral music by the Colonial Concert Orchestra tlie whole bill givei promise 'Of beiiis somewhat abbye- the average. "the' rhurch, the minister taking charge. FASCINATING DANCES 'SEEN IN EXPERIENCE" The latest bfirnndern-daruceii are showu In the Golden Cabaret scene oa the-Primrose Path of Pleasure in "Es-. Coinstock ami Morris Gest will'present at the Majes- il.o'bu Tiiesday. and Wednesday, Kov. 23-24. i Seated at the various tables dampened, .and'Pleasure: "1-think you are the rain- bow, ann all the the'world are in your keeping, lithinkryou "are the sunshine of a cloudless' day and all tho flowers of look up to you. Experience has a different; polnt: of view. He "I think Pleasure is but the stain of last nlgrt s v, ine spill ed upon the She IB-bnt a snowfiake fallen' into the'ocean.-Plea- sure, my boy, is tho lastxrramon'ftood that the setting sun has left to'ulc In a cold gray sky. Other years-have had these English productions under his supervision, and they have all been popular, but this iear tho acme of gorgeousness .is pre- sented. A dozen magnificent scenes painted and.costumed by artists, of-re- nown comprise .the stage pictures, while forty people take part in the en- The dancing this year 'la under the "direct supervision ot-Mnic. Jean Van yiisEensen, who possesses the unique distinction of being .the tutor: of Isadorc Duucaoi ard.with her are Audrey Buruham, Arliuo Gbldsby, Elsie Spielman and Cloria Tho'mpsou. Sprightly little queens of NEW SERVICE HELD IIP THPS-r UI THREE Cqalhnratjin the -cabaret, dining and Chatting, lave such' faBciriating ladies as JBeauisv Incitement, Song, j-Pleasure, Slander and Pride. With escorts (hey Bit Intent simply on Idininsand chatting, hut as soon as the t j music strikes up-a dance step, every- On mi; to difficulties Jiavmg j thing "is and Golden over tho termination-at the present' Cabiret hecoriies a whirl of merry dan- agrcemQit fo- li-e n-al he- eers; 'whose greatest ambition 'la'Ufa %tweea fomnerce Diamond Clt -ml I seems to ha to keep Kipp station ll liesn found One can very, easily, realize the im to postpone tho putting into effect] pressipif that iiSfit of: the service announced Ytjutti on his fi'fat-Tislt to the cabaret, for a pcriot! of iliou't three months, us he, turns and says: This is tho IICK service to the above let me thank yon. It's glor- incrtlloned points direct from tho city, iious! -The fmislc. and tho laughter; "BABES, IN THE WOOD" The master effort of Mr F Stuart "Whyte in his pantomime Babes in The Wood, to the Ma GIVES RELIEF FROM RHEUMATISM chronic or muscular "rheumatism are very >inuch bRilefitfed by i the appHcAtfcfc of -Jjljiimcnt. Massage Uic parts the j liniment -before going to hed and relief and Asleep 'you many r'' 35c and 65c ith a continuation to the Iron Springs ami Turin districts, returning to the city with mail the game tjny- The new serrico ulso provided for an eictra day in the week to'tlio Jron Springs and Turin (JlslrfcU, rnaktng four de- ilTerles of mail instead of three as :tt Ijrcscnl. the'atr is sweet with tlie far faint odor of dying ro Everywhere there are woipen's eyes Ibat sparkle liltc the BELIEVE WHITE MEN ,EATEH ;OYS NATIVES IN- HEW- GUlMEA BRtSEANE, Australia, Oct; (By: is reported from Newuutnea wriite men'and 1C native cafrlers are missing and are believed to have been killed and eaten, by the natives on the Fly river. The missing men were liunt- ing birds of paradise In Dutch New Gufnea, A party reported that on-visiting a native village onHhe the .vil- lagers fled Some bonklets stained with blood, a photograph, some clothes and ofher, evidences of the white men were found.. TODAY TUESDAY ONE MINER CUTS AND BRINGS COAL TO MOUTH OF MINE STRIKE CARDIFF, Wales, Ocl. million' of tho coal miners ;6f Great Britain participated in tlie Btrike, hut there ia at least one vho (Ud not obey the union call to quit vork. He presented himself for work at a South Wales pit !8 men wore 'employed keeping the colliery In onlcr. lie went down for his Heveii-hour shifl, .cut put it in a tub and look it to tho pit mouth einglc handed. HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE A GREAT and Martin In a sensational ROLLER SKATING NOVELTY ACT, Special Skating Stage. VENEZUELA SEEKS DUTCH HOSPITAL THB-HAOUE, Oct. .Mall.) is now making serioun ef- forts-to interest European capital io its resources. With this object in view, that' country tins sent Cesar Zumeta, -Inspector of consulates, to Holland to negotiate with Uulch capl- talfaUi. PROP IN PRICE OF BRAN AND SHORTS CAIX3ARY, Mor. Follow- ing upon the announcement of aa crit of five dollars a ton on bran and shorts In Winnipeg, local mills have made a rccliic- lion at This will make the present price ot btan In Calgary }37.50 and aliorls ?U60 a ton. This .prlrc 13 f6r carload lots. The Musical Shermans Spectacular Musical Act, Lewis and Lewis Comedy, ilarmohy, and Jazz. Leo Haley Ringing Comedian. Arthur Tribaudeau Tho Trotter. CENTURY COMEDY BERESFORD'S JAZZBOYS nmi Same Popular Pricss for This GREAT DOUBLE SHOW SOc. Mights 60c; children 25c. Thrte' shows -at 2.30; nights at 7 and 0. MAJESTIC THEfflE MATJNEE AT 300, EVENING AT 9.00 NEXT SATURDAY, NOV. 27th a Oorj WITH A COUNTRY COMPANY, INCLUDING WEEfpOTHY MACKAY BRITISH lO'BIG SCENES Matlnsc, Kid- dles, any Ssats on sale Thursday it Armstrong Jewelry Store. MAIL; ORDERS NOW. EMPRESS Today 'and Tomorrow A Thos. H. luce-special, pre- 'sentins by Prosper' Gael. .The opeuinK night of the play which 1 chased oa the branding.Iron, Joau is presunt with the Morenas. Pierre, who has followed her, Is jircsent loo. The play, anil the slsht pi Gael, are a shock to Joab, leaves.tntl goes to Iho nparlmont ot tlie Morenae. .follows her, hut she scathingly repulses his advances. The dramatic to "The Branillrig Iron" vi-lll' Its Impression lone after you have seen the picture. of trouWt, Dr. KMnay-Um nitv'tW wtlMdiowi komi trtitimit. pill 25c. i -o HOBART BOSTORTH IN m. "She's my daughter, and she's coming horile .to her Then the grim old sea-dog draggedxfrom the say .cabaret thp. beautiful, who hart.wrecked a latl's life. Bras- Eed her aboard the hoatj ;Come and thrill r.t the rest._ 1 A tale that's full of the surge of the sea, of fog and wreck, of danger'and daring and hound- less love. tho most sensation-- at.; iinder-water. adventures. ever shown on the screen.: Even finer "than .Bosworth's "Behind the Door." ALSO CHRISTIE COMEDY, "OH, DOCTOR, DOCTOR" ant) TOPICS OF THE DAY .ANNOUNCEMENT Ji CANADA'S PRODUCER F. STUART-WHYTE OFFERS AN EXCEPTIONAL TO THE THEATRE-GOERS OF LETHBRIDQE TO SEE HIS THREE BIGGEST ATTRACTIONS At the MAJESTIC THEATRE SAT., NOV. BABES IN THE WOOD." MON. and TUE3., NOV. 29 and TOY" FRIDAY and SAT., DEC. 3 and GEISHA" THE ABOVE ATTRACTIONS ArlE SEPAnATE, EACH COM- PANY, CARRYING THEIR OWN CAST, CHORUS, SCENERY, COS- TUMES, ETC. BOOK SEATS FOR THE THREE SHOWS The recep.tlon accorded .Mr. former productions; Alad- "Rcd-y Hiding etc., In i-clhbrklge was.aa responsive that he resolved (c let ys-j have 3 chance to see his three latest companies while they ,-ire !n the West. The theatre that never changes Its prices. TODAY, TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY BARBARA CASTLETON IN "The Branding n, Iron neidy; %11JLE "Thie Moon 3rd episode. MAJESTIC: THE PLAY THAT STARTLED NEW YORK' FOR rJlNE MONTHS, CHICAGO FIVE MONTHS. ms. Playjn America ENUORSED JY SOME Or THE BIGGEST 'MEN OF.-THIS' DAY'' AND GENERATION, INCLUDING THE UNITED CLERGY OF THRfiE GREAT. ,YORK, BOSTON AND 40 PEOPLE COMEDY, DANCES A PLAY THAT PLEASES SEATS NOW ON SALE ;