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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 1-HR IBTHBRTDGE DAILY HERAUJ MONDAT, OCTOBER 1, 1'JL'O PHOTOPLAYS Recognizes The Players Wb Were Honest Whh A Cbeck CHICAGO, Oct. A; Comtskey, owner of the "Chicago White Sox, today sent cheques for each to the 10 members of last year's team who were not, involved in the baseball scandal. Letters accompanying the cheques said the money was sent to relm-v burss the players for.the amount they lost- when the White Sox. failed to win the 1919 world's series. The cheques sent to Rzy Schalk, Lynn. Urban Faber, OTck Kerf, R. R.- Wilkinson, Erf- die Collins, John Collins, K. Mc- CicMan, Harry Lie bo Id and E. Murphy. one of the baseball players of the Chicago White Sox of 1919, I feel that you are de- prived of the winners' share of the world's series receipts fault of Com- Iskey's letters to the players said. do not Intend that you, as an honest bait player, should be pen- alized for your honesty or by rea- son sf, the dishonesty of others, and therefore .take pleasure in handing you being the dif- ference between the winners' end and the .losers' share." SCOTTISH LEAGUE FOOTBALL RESULTS l.ylell wlU'Le' seen at tlie Co- lonial theatre on Wednesday 'and Thursday this inreek in Metre's screen version of the internationally famous crook drama, "Alias Jimmy Yalen- iur." fiOiu iiie play by Paul Arm- trong. To remark oil the nature ot this play borders on tlie superfluous, for it probably is tbe most popular aud successful melodrama written in tho ast decade. 11 was first presented 011 :he stags In New York, with H. II. Warner in the title ro'e, anil ran for a long, crowded bessou. The extend- ed career tho piece has had on the road and in stock companies needs no comment. "Alias Jimmy Valentine" U a role entirely different froni any.he has portrayed In Metro's "fewer and bet- ter' series of special productions. Jiis previous appearances, as iSe tem- peramental modiste In "Lombardl. ami ns .the supercilious and jrilliant Charley Steelo in'Sir 011- bert Parkers "The" Right of Way." are far removed in from the magnetic Jail-bird hero. Alias Jimmy whose name is a household word in America. CLEVELAND, Oct. S cr. matiasec of the Cleveland Indians, of the American league pen- nant had Iris team at League Park LONDON, Oct. Asso- elated .results of tlie ScotUsh League football games played today were Uuudea 0.- Uaith Rovers 5; Queen's 0. .this.morning for a conference during! -GrinJsby defeated Brighton 3 to, I Svhich he fonnnlated mode in a third division game played this tack against the Brooklyn Dodgers, I afternoon. the National League champions in the I ,'gqmlng 'world's scries. The teamW-f DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE rived from. Detroit last night and will j Wave for HrooWyu tonight, accom- panied by many fans. i Although Speaker would, not an-] noiinee definitely who his pitching sel-; fiction would be in the first same to- CONFINED TO BED B. in recognrtion of gaTlant deeds per- formed In the great eight officers and. one nursing sister were decorated by her .excellency morrow, it is likely that Jim Bagby.; thc Duchess of Devonshire, wife who won thirty-one gaiiies for the In-1 (liana this season may be called upon.j 'Stanley Covelcskie and Walter; Mulls, both are ready and may be' called upon If Speaker, does not think! "Jasuy lias had sufficient rest. X j Should Manager Robinson start one) of his left banders in tbe hoi against j .Cleveland. Speaker may.send his right; handed hitting crew, which worked eo -successfully In (he Detroit and St.; a tnanuc in nrs plans n: Louis series into the lineup. to'leave Victoria would mean George Burns on ntsday. batting in the ;cleau-up Joe .Wood in right field. of the governor-general of Can-' before a large number of people in the legislative chsmner of the parliament buildings this monytng. The governor-generat con- fired lo his bed at Gov-rnment House here with a cold anci ccnld not be, Ihe ceremony. The.cfuUe's illness will nscessi'Ms a change in his plans h- with'! I .STRIKE AT VANCOUVER j Oct. bun- j dred and plumpers, I steamfitters and sheet metal workers j engageaMp. the pipe of the ship- building firms of 3. CouEhhin and !..Limited; and the Wallace Ship yards. on strike this rfiorninc to enforce a wage deniam! of eight dollars a day. PRAYER REQUIRED the. jury with- dr'ew to consider the evidence in an action against the C.P.1J. at Moose I .Taw orj Wednesday, one of the jurors that they, commence their deliberations with prayer, to The in the case WALDO lie Oct' meeiiuz ncmV" remarked Mr. Justice Embury '.MoiHi'av ev'niii'ng' lust! menflier of the bar, afterwards, .in the office of the Baker Uimber Iho highest conrt of r.p- pany, limited, Jor the purpose of .Will be Accessible lo Cranbrook, Fernic and Other Knotsnay Points Ibe WaMo Oolf club. amongst those present lieiug Messrs.' ;Fred R'ank Ailnlnh. C. llur- J in gddd playing condition, and during tbe preseut Ideal weather Is beini? made use of diily. The site Is an ideal as soon as the comple- tion work now in progress is finished make one of the most desirable juid picturesque golf links In the Kooienay district, being both adjacent ib Crnnhrook, Fertile, and intermedi- ate points, accessible by means of Jho .finest highways in tltc- province, anil on tlu's account will undoubtedly become' a ooimlar resort for Ihosi to combine the of motoring and golfing. There Is every Indication that the c.lul) will, he large- ly supported by tlie residents of the surrounding .districts as already there are upwards of thirty members I JuritiK fonnatioii. panellnp of twelve women for jury duty when they appeared in the comity court in fall eve ress, ac- IN SUITS FOR WOMAN JURY psess, C. it. Kdwanln. (VLeask; P. i Oct. l.-AUorneys iMcXab. 0. It. Kite, fir. T. F. Saun jers. i ot' Ind. near here, solved a k'J.' V. Saiinier, Tim Verhoff. and iA. K.} "used by the em- iWhite. Dr. T. K. Saunders being ap- pointed ably outlined the puriujses fur which iiie meeting bad been, called, explaining that some two years .ago COUsiut-labie wan .done ,iii preparing a nine hole golf on land loaned indefinitely by the'Baker Lumber company, limited, the cipense :heins horns by Forme golfers and residents of thls'dlstrict. It stated that with tbe excep- tion of two fair ways, the course is LYTELL AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY !N FAMOUS PLAY Appears On Screen in "Alias Jimmy Underworld Play By. Paul Armstrong. slstea lu (tni tar. A promiiirnt lawyor in New York telle a story of a woman i'4ine to him "sseklni; separa- tion from her husband, 10 nhoru oha I bad beeii ivpi! less tbin i year. Xtiow. i ing ihat sbe alraoit idolitcd-her liiubaiid at tbe time ot tie jiivrriaje I the lawyer Ipqutred ck'rediUy iulo tbe j "I lore him more tha'u said j the youns wile, sobblus. "but be cares Jcolhiug lor aie. He Is interested in uotliluc I do. night 1 orer a friend's house until nearly midnight, just to see if be didn't little bit. anil when I came lu he never cveif asked me where 1 The lawyer was also peraooally qualuted .with husbimd. and de- pcided auglis. The photoplays on the bill have been given specuil attention Ibis week, as is evidenced iiy the fact that the notable screen star, Sesaifj Mayn- kawa, will he featured In his .latest dramatic scnsalion, "The Devil's IJayakawa fully lives up lo his wonderful reputation in this, bis latest iinMluction, A clever screen comedy, ami latest topical review will complete I the show, wllli the Colonial offering another fine conrott. Young Husband l.irio has sustained tlie judgment of lower court, awarded James H. Konklc. Oiit, dam- age? !tgains( thrt' proprietor of Ilin Orange Cafe. Hamlllon, The damagca are for injuries sustained ny Kon'liic I when lie bit n pier.e of chinavvarc in j" portion ut chocolate pie. Family target practice in which _ dislios. hrcoms Snd books were cx- v'rliaused was bad enough, but when husband threw tho family dog at u SI. Louis woman sued for dl- vorcu, Too Much Trust IivPretlylfe She Thought Hii Love- Was Gone Because He Did Not Act Curious About Her Absence. NOW PLAYING AT EMPRESS .Kiiproini! is retarded ns lieiiiK Ilio fircatcst prmst of trim love, but it IB to njjthlcf if it is PHOENIX Biggest and Best Show In the'' City. MARRIED AND LOVING ANOTHER! Was Clayton Spencer to blamed? Is the husbuBd always -to: blame Samuel Goldwyn and Fex Beach present MARY ROBERTS RINEH ART'S famous story 'Dangerous A fiegTnald: Barker Production Tho story ot a great marriaee' liroblem when two couples are' mis-mated. Tbe apeclncular production'of n great national crisis that tried: the souls ot men and women, Et-MO THE FEARLESS, 14TH- EPISODE ,SNUB POLLARD COMEDY COLONIAL TODAY AND TUESDAY All Star Feature Show Special Headline Act THE FIVE -CRANES In an elaborate singing and in- strumental" act. The biggest and best act. MADGE LUCAOf MORRIS AND ADELINE European Comedy Novelty KIRK AND WILSON In the 1920 comedy sketch, "THE WOMAN HATER" Estra .added featura photoplay SESEUE HAYAKAWA in the dramatic thunderbolt >'THE DEVIL'S CLAIM" The 'mister artist of (he iicreen in a spectacular drama of Bohemia'which is'wpTen iritq- a fantastic narrative- of Egyp- tian superstition' and intrigue.'- LYONS-MORAN COMEDY 'SCREEN'MAGAZINE CONCERT ORCHESTRA Same popular 50 "cents; thililren Three shows and 9. THE SEASON'S BIGGEST REVUfc Under, patronage of General. Sir David Watson, Commanding 4th Canadian tHe of female imptrsonators on tour. 'A RIOT OF COLOR, MELODY SEAT SALE OPENS THURSDAY MORNING Specia WEDNESDAY AND .THURSDAY THIS WEEK IALMADGE Sondei-iSpn-TKe. Model THE WOMAN by Johnsarvj Ih the-Strest-of a Thousand Sprrowe she met with an experience few living women have undergone. The dramatic Intensity of those momenta; will 'linger long-In your memory. the play tKat proves no heart is C ALIAS ALSO OTHER ATTRACTIONS AND VAUDEVILLE ional'ly _ celebrated cj-oo stick you of thrills ever ielieved you had coiv') eealecj about you EMPRESS FINIS FOX> ;