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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f FACE EIGHT IJSTHBRmGR DAILY TUliSDAY, NWEMUKK 30, UHEFIRSM Alberta Irrigated Farm Figures In Prizes in Alfalfa and Field Peas CHICAGO, Nov. E. Cora Hind, Canadian the Inter- __ national livestock, hay and grain show, Mani'.c-ba Is very decidedly ma; is to bacon hogs, having woo three secoads .and three coaajplonships'.against good competi- tion. The complete vrlns so far are first for a'cen of cross-breds, or grade Barrows; second for Barrows between1 25IJ and 350 pounds cham- pionship- for" pen 'of .three- grade Bar- rows aay breed; first and second for individual Yorkshire Barrows, weish- between 164 and I5Q ponwis; Yorkshire Bar- rows and championship fir best of lortehire- Barrows in (ha show. Tie- Manitoba Agricultural College -is rejeeiving many compliments, not :only oa the quaJttr of the hogs ex: hiblted, but on their estiuisite Eij months. Ho declared that after jsgo and more. what bappoucd at thf. Brussels In making this revival, Mr. Stuart- finaucial conference, when all the us- Whyte has left no stone unturned to_________________._ tlous urged restoration of tho that the presentation of British pluck and British per- iljudarJ, tha bill would be regarded first, anil, in the oplaioa ot the most severance ore yiedonitasut In tho pro- Chrbtlau women sold to the highest them as a most reactionary meas- ure. Replying tor the government. Stall- ley Baldwin, financial secretary of the treasury, Argued (hat the bill was necessary as a permanent doruaut power and aji essential part of country's financial arraor. That did not mean that the government was not as anxious as anyone tu see once more .in the free tuirket for which it bid beeu renowned foe so many years. Sir. Baldwin expressed the hope that It would not become necessar} to make any regulation against the ex- port of silver bullion but he consider- ed It necessary ID times like these to have two-fold cowers. He added that liondou bankers unanimously favored the bill. 3Ir. Sawycl did not press his mc- tiou for rejection and tha bill was given first reading. Refuse Bail For Doughty TORONTO, Nov. develop- meats are apparent today in the case of Joha Doughty, who is being held in custody here on charges ot conspir- liness and style with which they are facv to kidnap Ambrose J. Small, thea- shown Tho huge streareer'aeross the frical millionaire, and o! theftheft of pens bears the words ".Manitoba in bonds. Doughty is under guard by the police here, ball having The chief Interest this morning his refused .been Shorthorn, bulls, and, up toll Doughty's case will be up for pre-__ ....._____ _. ______ q'clojlc, only two classes .hail been UniJaary. healing before Magistrate Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday judges, the best, ot alljducllon. musical comedies shall be such as will net only delight nil who have never seen "The Geisha" before, but will also come ia the nature of A re- velation to those who will see it for the first time. Sydney Jones, the premier musical coniedy composer ol his day, wrote "The it was hailed by all as a masterpiece. It has been played in almost every country and in melodramatic is Introduced la tha dison Is known as "The Singing Min- s'mo market scene where oae sees and Is actually' one of the surviv- ors of the HiUcrest disaster. He opcns'his act'with a short motion pic- ture, at the conclusion ol which ho makes his personal appearance In a special scenic sotting typical of the mines. He has A fjro voice. KdcUe Ott aud Hazel Bryan, in a nonsensical ensemble of music, rang, dance, and story created a riot at the ENJOYABLE VAUDEVILLE AT THE COLONIAL The Coloula! Tneatro list nigul was nacicea with an enthusiastic audience' first shovv last night. They are a tliat thoroughly en'hli'iMrjei Vilh delicacy tha dif- flcujt'roio" of the untrae Chandler-, makes the vllllan iRrotiuctioS to Equal V. 7 :THIS. WEEK THE BRITISH'EMPIRE PRODUCING COMPANY OFFER SPECTACULARAMA. SUNSHINE COMEDY AND FOX NEWS LAST TIME TONIGHT R, 1 I 1 1 rii .i' Buck Jones in forbidden 1 rails A soul-stirring o'rama of adventure and intrigue In the mysterious Hast. Based on authentic historical events in the upbuilding of the British Epiplrc In Egypt, India, South Africa, ACCOMPANIED BY A SUPERB ORCHESTRAL (PROGRAM Who You'll .See You'll See In I "The Awakening Awakening of a a Nation" s Lord Kltchenfr. Egyptian slave Markets t Lord Rebelllotl of tlit Baron Lord Salisbury Sir 'Edward Chargei Through' the Fanatical DerviaheV, John of Khartoum, s Lloyd Georut The Khedive of Egypt Lord Worrwn Sotd to the Hlaheit Bidder. i The Mad Harem and thousands of other Important personages Delhi Dancing GTriii world history, all Indian Mutiny, i fully -portrayed by the greatest cast of players Horses, motion picture People, .jYOU.pWE To aecommorfpte the ihcussnds who will want to sec "The Awak- ening of a tliree dally will be given. Mat'lneci at Nights at 7 and 9 o'clock sharp. ADULTS 50 CENTS; CHILDREN 25 CENTS, ;