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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 3ERALD OF GRAIN GROWERS GRAIN CO, OB Big Turnover Earned More Than Half ofOne Per Cent. PROPOSE TO INCREASE .PHONE RATES WINNIPEG, Nov. order to meet a defisit of In the operation of the provincial tele- phone system, the Manitoba gov- ClALGARV, Xov. the opening' ernment.wilt make session this morhinsr of tie United and 400 delegates were present. It was announced by the president of the company, theJJon. T. A. Crerar. that-hte combined profits of the com- pany and subsidiary, companies it owns, totalled which was earned on a misiuess turnover of "mare than uuriug the year ending August 31, 1520, representing .little- more than half of one per C'anatlian iililttles Icoftimlsslon fnr- 15 per cent, in rales. If was iearri- ed todar. MORE-SLAUGHTER AT DUBLIN i into the baa graces ot Pat, whose bad I temper lias been further aggravated v by his 'own failure- to secure aa ei- for trucks -from the TT T.I. I Co. "Dusty V on, _ ixmunliy comes when the v -Dublin correspondent-of the company's dsm starts to "give Central News says policemen a .raging storm .Jle leads a fleet of soldiers were shut.dead In 1'as.ro trucks into the breach and Inurmary Road last evening npt ODlrrfavea dam, but also during a search for" Vaiited Pa'tyaad' Virginia froui'pos- men. Bible death. "The- number of killed ou- Lois supports Wallace Reid i v viously has been deleted from leailiiig woman in "What's Your the says the London THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920' offlce of the Central News. SARN1A. LABOR-MEN DENOUNCE HANNA Nov. Sarnia Trades and Labor cuuncll has adopted a resolution ccudemuiiis the order Is- by D. llanna, -tres'denl of the tliaa National Railways, forbid-1 ceqL upon the turnover. The net pro-, ding- emplojt-es ot Ihe system from: fits shown by parent company were accepting nominations as political which was subject lo candidates. The.resolution calls (his business profits taxation. order on attempt to treat "this vast The press, as Is customary at the boay c-f vorfccrs 'as civil servants annual meeting of this company, were when" in reality they are corporation not admitted, but these figures v.-'ere employees aid entitled to the samo handed lo waiting newspapermen at rights as other railroad and cor- the conclusion of the session bv Sec- POratlon employees'." rctary Fream. Tbe annual meelicg is held this year BELIEVES SCOTLAND' in .Calgary in accordance with the "geaJ WILL GO DRY era! plan worked out at the time ot: TORONTO. Xov. believe that ths amalgamation of the Alberta Far- Scotland will be the first part of the. niers Co-Operative Elevator company British isles to go dry, though to many j and the. Grain Growers Grain company the vote.may EGBIE discouraging." said three years ago ft was "decided thcii George memher of the British I to'hold Ihe annual meetings alternate- .Columbia, legislature, in an Interview, i Winnipeg and Calgary. One of; Mr. Bell has: just returned from; the tatetesling features in1 connection Scotland, where he has spent three I with the present meeting ii the fact months ig interests of Dominion Alii- Wallace Reid Star In Racing Picture, ,'fc's Your Hurry' Popular Star Is Again a Speed King of times In IxinJc: "SAM TOY- -Mr. Fred: Walton, the distinguish- ed Knsllsh comedian, who plays the principal role of in "San Toy." will uo doubt be remembered by many Canadians; whose visits to Sew York J include a night at tfcc> Hippodrome., His Inimitable portrayal ot the Toy Soldier In "Kverylhina" was cue of tha Guest bits of characterization ever The role of ffl ts one in which he excels, he havltfg played It hundreds sides the two mtle child stars, Dor- othy Mackay. and ilay Strachan, are Charles Cartel and'Harriett yawn, .who have with their Cockney delineation, Dy- er and Thomas Ullls. llcgtnald Hincks aud Frank" GUUomC also 'clever Kag- Ifsh actors bive engaged, and the Canadian Ceo. H. Sum- mers, wl.ll laughable part of "Capt. KIdd." the'bold bad buccaneer, who quit the Spanish Main to go Into tho real business. Tha principal boy this year will be Miss Mona Warren uao Is-a stately beauty with a nsafnlflcent voice whom Air. Why la. c adlans by lief splendid vocal winsome stage presence. The dancing wlll.be supervised by Mme. Jean Van'Vllss Inge n who brings her talented, troupa ol dancing stars to Interpret- the terpslchoreau-interpola- tions. This glorious galaxy of beauty and talent Is tbe mailer effort of this well known producer to entertain his pa Irons. No one can afford to miss the pantlmiue this year for Its an epoch making 'presentation in the theatre. But Drives Truck Also This Film Wallace lie id in another thrilling automobile picture, "What's'- Your will be the attraction at the Kinpress tieatro today, tomorrow and Saturday. Like 'ts "San Toy" with tho all-star cast which Mr, pro- vided for It. promises to-be'one of the revivals ever seen here in Canada. "San Toy" will be the attraction at the Majestic Theatre for two days', "The Roaring Road" and "Excuse Mf -Monday, and :Tiiesday, November 29th Dust." the story was written by By and 30th. that there -ROJO quite a number of .old-timers present who have beep with the company since its inception. The president niade a' general re- of the year's business, and the Vice-presldnt and general manager. C; itlce-Jones, went Into some detail In cq'ahectlou with tbc .financial state- ment and the various aspects of past and luturo 'development. and urging -cause of prohibition. ron Morgan. The action centres around 'Dusty' Rhoades, an auto racing driver in love with' Virginia, daughter of Pat manufacturer of Pakro trucks. In an effort ,tb win .favor from Ihe'irasdble Pat, "Dusty" aban- dons racing aud becomes publicity man for Pakro trucks. Bat his well meant: efforts only land him deeply .s.urder Up to Government OTTAWA, Nov. objec- tion te the receTit order of President DVB. Hanria, of the Canadian Nation- al Hallways, employeo ich'q takes' part In politics, Is to be' placed before Premier ileighen hy Tom Mooro, president of the Canadian Trades and Lahor Congress in an-in- terview which is expected lo take pl.ace this week. The feeling of lator i is-'slnted to.he tliat, despite tie EOT-' efttment's stand that the C.N.RV has oten taken out of polities', this order is an interference with the rights-of and aiich the govern- ment muat'take'-action to have it re- scinded. V TOORiBTS'LEFT LOT' OF MONEY IN, QUEBEC C, 24.r-Accor'ding -to f. Beaupre, bec Autotnohfte-cluh, tie number of toimsts visited the province this year was'twice as large as that of last year. In' 1919, 'no less than 13.105 motor cars came Into "this province from points outride and dnring period .between June 1 and.October this'year, 30.237 cars arrived, or an average of 200 cars a day. It is cal .cnlated'-ttat tourists left al'leaet (IflCO.OOu 00 in the province of" Que- bec in. THE ADOK2ABLE SAVAGE" AT THE COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONE DAY ONLY NEXT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27th THE ATTRACTION YOU CAN DEPEND UPON F. STUART WHYTE'S 5TH ANNUAL PANTOMIME 'THE BABES 1 Mr. Warren..Lavrler, who plays the Emperor in "San Toy" was the orig- inal-creator ot the role and has play- ed the part in.', every important re- piece' during the past ten years, "THE BABES IN THE Mr. F. Stuart-Whyte's new pantomime "liahes in the will ba presented-at'the Majestic on Sat- urday night, wUh a company ot forty people and most lavish Ecenic dis- play. Ail other effects ot Mr. lo present this popular form of eqter- tainmDnt _ha've been excelled in tha present'.production of the great.Ens'-, lisa pantorninie. are scenes of reinsrkahle splendor and the coEtumes are a marvel ,of beanty in medieval eHect.' The company tains-tbe naiaetf of many .persons prominent in musical productions in England, and'tBe dancing yfjll ho a big fcature-'rn.rln'e performance'. Be- 1. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT COLONIAL FRIDAY NIGHT Friday night at the 'Colonial lie Country Store Vodvll.N'lte as usual. Five dollars In cash will ho the first :prize, and a biff twelve pound live turkey will be the second prize. A host (ft other gifU will be given away. Patrons are urged to come as early as possible, as seats are always In oh Friday nights. The doors be opened sharp at 6.45. MACDONALD LENDS RARE CHARM I -TO "SREEOY Plctnre devotees who have marvel- ,ed atrthe rapid rise of Katherine Mac- Donald'In screen realms will find ttiat the 'beautiful and talented artiste has .risen a notch higher in their esteem, .when they see her "remarkable per- formance" opposite Lon is Benn ison In his latest Beztwood production, "Speedy distributed hy Gold- wyn, which conies' to the Phoenix be- ginning tomorrow, ,rr '..Never has this little artiste had so colorful a role as her Mary Dlllman in "Speedy a characterization that eclipses even her brilliant ach- MAJESTIC 2 NIGHTS NEXT MON. TUES. -THE ONE BIG ATTRACTION OF THE SEASON With Miss Zara Clinton and an Imported English Company Gorgeous Oriental Costumes Scenery i and Electrical Effects .SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY MANITOBA, ARITIOtl COLUMBIA AND ALBERTA IN THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY SCENE A BEVY OF BRITISH BEAUTIES IN MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG AND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THE THEATRE THAT NEVER CHANGES PRICES LOUIS" OEHN1SOH SPEEDYMEA5D U Reteastd BENZWOOD PILM-CO. PRESENT Louis Beimison, Katlierine Macdonaid IN "SPEEDY MEADE" A Mlle-a-Mfnute Story Man They Couldn't Lick IT'S A GOLDWYN ieveraent as leading woman for Wil- liam S. Uart in "S.has-k In sereral itntcasely dramatic iucldeuts she prates herself an emotional act- ress of uncommon, merit. -J'le'r big scene, coines when Mary- Dlllman leaves'a.country convent school and goes to-h'er father's aphie. Tha very she arrives Mary-learns-that'the man she-has always called her father ts in league with; a haad of