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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGB TWELVE THE .LETHBRJDGE PA1LY ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, LONDON, Nov. cap- ture during raids In Ireland of Sinn Fein documents alleged to give of conspiracy -for damaging government buildings was tild .today; In po- lice clrchM-to he the'cause of the erection of the formidable bar- which. have_been.-nut up 'at the entrance? to Downing Street-and King'Charles Street. In addition to the plot reported i In the house of commons Wednes- day bjf Kamar Greenwood, the chief secretary t Ireland 'for the destruction '-of'property' in'' and Manchester, it is stated In police quarter! that num. I erous other acts of terrorism were j being planned. According to pub- j Ilshed reports members of- the t government have a number of i threatening letters recently but jhe officials 'aM- ence-on this It Is atso stated that sensational discover- ies, have been made concerning the activity of plotters In London. In one case, according to the po- lice, motor cars were to. be em- to various p'srtvof'London the "destruction" of -'the govtrnment Ocurgc nor other.members cf the government had asked for the protection now affordcH by the barricades, it Is the police decided that they'were necessary to pro- tect the government property a'nd lives of the officials. 0 THEATRE NOTICES WILL BE FOUND ON OPPO- SITE'PAGE PREMIER STEWART GOES TO MEET C. P. R. HEAD EDMONTON, Nov. ier Stewart of Alberta leaves for Winnipeg tonight, where he-will meet of the C.P. R. io talk over matters In connec- tion with the cperation of the Ed- Oimvegan and British Columbia Railway recently taken over by ths Canadian Pacific. Stewart takes up thtse minister of railways. MONTREAL, Nov. firemen are to get yearly salary la- creases raising from 5124 io J2QO If recommendations of the administra- tion commission arc adopted. This would cost the city MONEY FLOWS INTO i THE u. F. A. TREASURY! Still the money is rolling into the tho United .At-; ncrta and according io the report Is- from, Calgary covering returns including November 24 the total col- JscUoos are gjvea as 54S.50S.90. There ia Hoiking in the report to Indicate tie rtotal membership obtained but F are salisfactbrj'. i Beturns are still being sent'in from ilodicino Hat, Lethbridge and Mac- leod The largest return frorif Leth-' bridge during tho past week was made on November 20 when J990 was sent in. On that date Medicine Hat sent In and Macleod I WANTS SPRACKLlN TRIED AT SPECIAL ASSIZES TORONTO, Nov. L. Brackin, M.P.P., for West Kent, counsel for Rev: J. O. L. Sprack- JTn, special license charr-ed vith ki'linq Beyerley Trumble, hotel keeper of Sand- wich, Ontario, has requested the Ontario have apracklln tried at a special ses- sion of. the assizes, instead i of waiting until next spring. It Is regarded as improbable that his request will be granted. REDUCE PRICE OF ENGLAND LONDON, Nor AB-; sedated Pre-s) -On Monday the price' .of tlour will be reSiieed'two shillings i per, sack and sugar by, pence, .per i pbirn'd. 3111k'.will lie'Increased.'. PRINCE ARTHUR WELL' IN ,8. AFRICA LONDONY NOT. As- sociated Arthur of Coanaught, the new governor-general of South Africa, has had a splendid reception In Pretoria, according to re- ports received here. It ia understood (hat the South African elections will lake plate io- "ffard tlie end of January. CARIBOO PIONEER DEAD WESTMINSTER, Nov. L Bnggs, 79 years, owner of "Forest JUms" one of Cariboo's richest gold rriines, died last night at his borne, here He went into the Cariboo conn-. try in 1S52, and came "to New West- i minster in early '70's when he became head o fthe .Canadian Pacific Navigation company, which operated steamers onrlho 'Fraser River and tho Gulf of Georgia for years until pur- became head of the Canadian Pacific .way. He'Icarea a widow, three sons and two. daughters PRESIDENT BEATTY IN WEST .'WINNIPEG, Nov E.. W Boatlv, ot tho .Canadian. Padficj Halfyrav, will arrive Sunday on an in-i spectlon trip It Is not expected that' lie will go further West. HALF MILLION FOR MANITOBA UNIVERSITY Theatre WILL PRESENT NEXT WEEK MARSHALL NEILAN'S M1RTHQUAKE All those v.-ho disobeyed the warning are hereby summoned to appear and show cause. Bring your do the called in order PROSPECTIVE BRIDES AND BRIDEGROOMS especially see this one. Remember It's at The Empress, where the better c'ic- tures are always shown. Dojni't Forget Monday Tuesday Nights and MAJESTIC THEATRE THE LONDON, ENGLAND, GAIETY SUCCESS 'LONDON FAVORITE DIRECT FROM RECORD BREAKING ENGAGEMENTS IN THE EAST iss PRICES THE SAME EVERYWHERE SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG RAWORTH'S Nov. University will receive from' the'-Rockefeller Foundation for gen-! oral endowmenLs o! ths faculty off medicine, according to an announce-! menl made b> Jamea A. MacLean.i president of the university, following' theYrecelpl of a telegram from Chi- cago. Tho endowment .is', part of a flye milllOT dpjlar'grhnt .being made to CanadianMiniversitlps, PROMINENT WOMAN OEAD AT LONDON IXJNDON, Nflv an l illneoa eTtsnJtng OTcr several monlha, the occurred here yesterday ot Mra, Bmirta Tarlter, wldely-known all orcr tho Dominion In connection with :varjOB8 phllantroplilc works and wo-, mch'a She was an active with tho Jsallotia! Council ot VJomcn for many years and was in- strumental in the organization of tho' Order of Nnrsca. i Jews arc prbtenllng against th6.municipal elections being held on BsijiVjjay, J9ti, 1. r AJEST1C THEATRE Gwinn s FBI Ml AID p.m. Jrtr WtTH A COUNTRY INCUIDING WEE DOROTHY 1ACKAY ,AND A BEVY OF BRITISH BEAUTIES 10BIG-SCENES M.50, Seats on sale Thursday at Armstrong R.iworth's Jewelry Store. EMPRESS TONIGHT Dace Reid in "fhjti's Your Hurryf From the Saturday Post Mary, "The Hippopotamus Parade" REPLETE WITH GLITTERING GORGEOUSNESS OF THE ORIENT 30 BEWITCHING MUSICAL NUMBERS MAGNIFICENT SCENERY DAZZLING COSTUMES RICH LIGHTING EFFECTS English Company of Artists w'1 v.y- YOtf'LL LIKE THIS LATEST F. T PRODUCTjON A MUSICAL COMEDY LAST TIKES TONIGHT. "THE ADORABLE "DAREDEVIL JACK" "PIPE DREAMS AND PRIZES" Hippodrome Circuit ANOTHER ALL STAR SHOW EDDSE OH and HAM BRYAN 1 aiid HELEN MYRE 'N "KNQESBY KNEES" H U81C ,SRAIPHMADD1SON "TtjE SINGING SCENIC NOVELTY 'FEATURE PHOTOPLAY V, JUNE ELVIDGE, IN FARCE COMEDY, "HIS FATHERS WIFE" Vi; rW NOTHING BUT LAUGHS PROMOTERS OF LAUGHS IN "THE 1920 LAUGHALOGUE" WONDER CARTOp'fiiSTS'S. PRIZNiA ?OLOROSCORE Marvelous Natural Color MotionvPlctures CENTURY COMEDY BERESFORD'S JAZZBOYS SAME POPULAR PRICES FOR THIS EXTRA DOUBLE .'SHOW-1 at at'7 and 9 SOjwnlsj Nfgttts Adulfs 6o'cehts; .Stupendous' Featuri' Attraction WEDNESDAY A; Production To, Equal This THE-BRITISH EMPIRE PRODUCING COMPANY OfFER GRIFFITH'S MIGHTIEST SPECTACULARAMA tmynt ita i AWAKENING OF A NAUON" A Soul- Stirring Drama of Adventure and Intrigue in the Mysterious East of the British Empire in WHAT YOU'LL SEE IN Tne Awakening of a Nation" THE EGYPTIAN SLAVE MARKETS THE REBELLION OF THE MAHDI A RECKLESS CHARGES THROUGH THE FANATICAL DERVISHES KITCHENER OF KHARTOUM CHRISTIAN WOMEN SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER VIVID HAREM SCENES THE DELHI DANCING GIRLS THE INDIAN MUTINY, PEOPLE Accompanied by a superb Orchestral Program WHO YOU'LL SEE IN g of a Nation" LORD KITCHENER DISRAELI GLADSTONE LORD ROBERTS BARON ROTHSCHILD LORD .SALISBURY SIR EDWARD CARSON JOHN REDMOND LLOYD GEORGE THE KHEDIVE OF EGYPT LORD GURZON THE MAD MULLAH and thousands or other Important personages In world-his- tory, all faithfully portrayed by tho greatest cast of players In motion picture records. YOU 79 .YOURSELF AND POSTERITY TO SEE THIS MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION To thousand, who will want to "The Awakening of a Nation three show. Matinees at 2.30. Nights at 7 and 9 o'clock sharp :i. PRICESj-ADULTS SO CENTSj CHILDREN 25 CENTS "ALWAYS THE BEST SHOWS" ;