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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEf EIGHf DAn.Y HTOALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, PHOTOPLAYS WOMAN'SAYS IT IS' DISTINCTION TO BE DRUNK IN UNITED STATES NOW BALTt M'JK Annie Kclztrr accused o? biting a patrol- man who broke up a party which was held In her honor told the couil was drunk at the time, and wai proud of It, "It Is a dlttlnctlon to be drunk In the United States these she declared. British public has' Jast learaed from tho a gor-; emment committee that n morlng plc-l ture aim prepared by direction of ottice at a cost of was de-i etroyed after the armistice by govern-; ment order because It was considered; nnsultable for eihlblllon In peace time.! 'The aim was Intended by the sorern-i ment to thotr what mieht hafe pened it England had Invaded byj the Germans but it was not ready to' be exhibited before the signing of tbe; armistice and uoasequqently was never publicly produced. The Star reports lhat tho film was' a masterpiece of realism. There wore many -scenes depic-llcg the British' countryside under enemy rule, taken from real incidents obtained'from Del-i Sium aud France and "battles" Wero arranged in which actual army corps 'took part. William Davies. a well-known pas- eant producer was given .carte b'lau- che by the War Ofiics, which supplisd' all accoutrements needed and a EtsfJ and military officers to en- feure every.detail beiog correct. Ger- man uniforms, helmets, riiies anil .other paraphernalia from prisoners of war were appropriated to equip the Vinvadlng forces." A special ciifrma camp was estab- lished in the neighborhood ot the In-' '.land town of.Chester, sd'that airplane and. Zeppelin raids should not Inter- fere wlth''lhe production? Por two or' three'hour j Tm R-iHCTber of days, a railway station at Chester was closed to the public. In order that British and "German" Iroops might be Rioted entraining and delraintog. One of the principal-' difficulties was inducing': Brftish soldiers to appear nrilfqrm'sr I fights were --faV more real than the biggest fighting fiction films have erer shown, says the re-' port. Rome RMAY was a blank' charge sheet at the cllf police court today. Closed Tomorrow All North Lethbrldga have dediled. to continue the Wednesday half holiday and will therefore at one o'clock tomorrow. Action DEsmTued la the District Court, on Tuesday, (he action In the of John Gutetta vs. J. Watinough, miners of Coalhural, was iHsmljEad. The mailer before tha court was a dispute pier the pnr- of hay ty the defendant from Ihe plaintiff, the ialler, claiming the sum of as owing to him. PAU, polished gentle- man wearing the full regalia ot an aviator and presenting a pilot's certi- ficate entered the shops of au air- plane works here a few days ago aud expressed a desire to purchase an alr- pisne.'i'Accr-mpanied by a representa- tive: of the firm he evoiuted over the Pauj field in various machines, show- ing jrrest virtuosity in aerial gymnas- the loop, sliding on the. wing, doing tho falling leaf nud other! slums until he decided to purchase a biplane, toe which gave H certified check payment. He then flew away. la a field near San Cebasllan, Spain, yesterday, there was found an aban- dcacd airplane in which there was a satchel containing several thousand! frkries ih French silver and gold pieces. -V polished gentleman wearing the' full: regalia of an aviator bad been! seen :iq leave the plane a few minutes' after it landed, carrying heavy grips j of the same, tyj6 -as' the one left in j tho' plane.'. No one. returned for the third grip and It hn's been confiscated by; the. Spanjsh authorities. The Pali airplane firm has noticed the'A'bro ol Prance and the A'erol Cjub of England as well as tbe-Ser-j rice of" European Aerial Navigation to'be on the lookout for an aerial :SPENT MILLIONS ON BRIDGING AND BARRING THE SEVERN RIVER Go To Aaber A. S. Dawsoa. chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Natural-Resources department, Caigary, with G. P. V. Uotse. assistant engineer 'of the de- partment, arrived iu IxUhbridge this morning and proceeded to Tiber with S. G. Porter, the I.othtrldse branch of the C.P.R. Na- tural Resources department1 The Canadian Brotherhood of Stat- iraary .Engineers and Firemen will with his'qtliilcry and a ym girl who fa theu- rtwlnj numben won srejliitlcjly Into Ue hdarUi'si the twlttnce. It's eyMint that Crane.aro I ha in the act, they're clerer: but they're snnjly got some proud of. this show at Cc4- odial enjoy it AS Thrlllt and Twlrti In Serten of Paul Crook Play-. So eotuammaUly skilful, an 'actor la Bert ty tell that With each sive appearance there lo.neceiaarjr in tbe spectator's mind a procen ot, n- adjustment. One says to "He's not at all like his iait ielf, but H must be Bert Lytell, for the titles In the pictures say -l. Is all by way of saying that lo "Alias Jimmy Matro's tcreeb ot tbu farnQnasiFjart Armetrone crook play, which veil-known as the movies" ttimselvej, Mr. a utterly' d Iff er.ent from either' his in '-Tjom- d.' or in "The of hold a meeting tomorrow (Wedaes- and he crincts-the papular day) evening at 7.30 o'clock in eitraordmary clever-i jrlsej a bit of eteryihing with a little skit calM "The Papers" ae final Ijosb.., sijcor-.d part opens with a cofuilal scene1 Introducing the "Keys Of r.nd "The Duel" and Operatic." are mirth pro- qacere. Ttie costumea throughout are The gowns worn by the "ladles'- are most attractive and they have unlimited of them. J In fact 700 will like the whole show because fan cannotvhaljt yourself "TJie Mapie' Leafs" will appear it the Majestic neit Monday and Tues- Oct; 11 and If. "GRUMPY" "Grampy" the comedy classic made famous by the 'dlnlingulshei English actor, Cyril to the -Ma- Jestte on Saturday, Oct. with a record of ten years eicraonjluary pop- ularity In Great Britain, Canada, United Statea and AusUfOli. Mr. Maude Is no longer with the company hut the title role Is taken by Edward the eminent former associate of Martin Klrrejr and Mantell. Mr. lowers U veU kaowii aa one of the of.the.theatrical world who for some years has played tha.comedy with outstanding success'in the Shakespear.iaB BfoducUons of Mr. Mantell.' lie in juppgrted by a notable all-etar" cast.'of Enillah players in- Mr.'FnintrCorcptou, a former leading man of ItA Driiry Lane com- pany of London aid New York. Mtss Peggy Puiflas. lady with tbe "Grumpy" coaipahy, appearing here eujon .tie. distinction of ha Ing played leasing" par IS liiroush- oiit ADstrails, New Zealand, IU'Ji-4 aiwl the Orieoi, other lesdiug In- cetme of her standing. Sho has also supported such well known stars as Sir, Herbert Tree, Sir Alex- ilu .Maude. etc., both In London and in the KUB- llsh provinces. Miss Violet Hall Caine bewitching little of the fa- mous author Hall Calne Is another im- portant member of the cast. Labor Hall. Buslaessj important. .All poiver planl workers invited, Vladuct Lodge No. 53, 1. 0. 0. F. The first Degree will he conferred tonight in the. Oddfellows'.hall st 8 o'clock. Visiting brothers very hear- tily welcomed. The SiKokotokl D. B will hold their usual meeting at tho T. M. C. A at S o'clock Tuei- day eveniug. An to all menibers la to be discussed and it Is hoped that eiery member will do her utmost to attend.' 251-i MANITOBA HAS NEW SINISTER OP AGRICULTURE Joins F.Thatll G. S, Genunn has'accepted a posi- tion with Fted Thaell tS'lake charge of. the clothing and furnishings depart- ment. Review! ig VYorfe D M Campbell, of the Votailonal staff in Cajgary is in .Lethbridge to- day reviewing the work of'.the stud- ents in this city. (Winnipeg Free Press) Ceorge John Hunlley Jlalcolm la likely to be sworn in today as minis- 'ter of agriculture for Manitoba, in suc- cession to the late Hon. Valentine AVInkler. Mr. Malcolm is member (or Eirtle constituency In the provincial legislature, which seat -he has held continuously since his .victory in a by- election in 1909. Ho was horn of Scot- tish parents at Kussowile. India, Aug- ust 20, His fatter -ivas CoC George Malcolm, of the Border regi- ment, and hit early education was ac- quired at King, Edward Vf. Etbool Sherbprne, England. 'Coming 'to Can- ada to takO'np farinlrig, he entered'in KM, the.Ontario Agricultural College at Ouelpb, from which he graduated after a successful course of two years Ho came to Manitoba in 1SS5 and took up hjs home near Birtle, where he has ever since resided. As a practical farmer, Mr. Malcolm has consistently taken an active in- terest in all things' agricultural a most successful etpolient of the in- dutlry. baa fpr.a number of years member of tho Manitoba Grain .Growers' executive, noVthe Formers of Manitoba. He has also held the office of secretary-treasurer of ths Hirtle Agricultural society and served on the school board of his district. During tho Hoblln government re- gime 'Malcolm ttns a'member of the opposlllon. In his lirat general election he defeated B. Graham In 1910 by'110 voles. Iii i9l4 he had a majority of 303 Over William TayloV and In the following year defeated F. Arnold by are In a measure' familiar with story I The photojjlay ilarts with Jimmy Valentine aprisoner Ing Sing on? a. tharge rjf trafglsrv Sho has, earned the enttity tf Ui? warden hls> refufal to acknowledge that he can' open safet without burglar's tools, audt too Jimmy has always "pla> ed thfc immediately upon the prisoners release which Js'effect ed -.through Innuenc'e'trought. by a girls Interest in him the young and. as. the would pat 'tints' himself dog-' ged -Detective Doyle, who threat- ens To ffesll etldfnce against Jinifny'uTiless he gives a dug to the1 whereaboTrts of pal his Jlmmr fefnseS, >offer-3d a chance make a frath in another and dlnlant city, clndeS (he plain-clothes man What follows after this forms ont of the1 most engrossing siorim of the underworld ,and and quickness conceived One1 might imagine thU, for the pity lUelf was bfiEdd apoM a story bjr that Ara- eflcan genius 6 Henrr MArH.E5LEAF8" TAK6 WIN Real comedians, clever acrobats, fine harmony singers, snappy dancers, cule "an audience and n bewitching female r-ontoriionlst arc the various Ingredients which all go to make up fine show-ai'inV-Col- wilal. This surprising' mixture of talent made up the1 flow Hippodrome Vaudeville show which delighted "a capacity audience at (ho 'Colonial night. Madge Lncas opened the show with her clever and original .dancing act into which she introduces a, line of contortion work which is little short of wonderful. She certainly .made last night's audience sit up and lake not Ice. .Second on tbe bill were Morris and Adeline In a new Idea of comedy, with Jlorrls In (ho role of the theatre "property man" who Is called upon to] assist in the act. Adeline as the sing-] ing and dancing girl is a clever llttlo' miss aud good to-look upon. A bright line of comedy chatter with the mer- est vesllje of a plot kept the audience In a lino humor, whilst their bit of acrobatic dancing was a distinct nov- elty. They have a pleasing act. llolund. jwial Harry Wilson 'occu- ptacl Ihlrrl position on the. bill and sr-orerl big hit from hls-firjl appear- ance. He opens with, ft comedy song and llicn swinging fnto a witty dis- course on Inn fair sex and "his" wife keeps the audience in roars, "Oh fel- lows, lay off the women" Is a catch line that will bring back many a smile. There ts a surprise In this act that it would bo n shamo to spoil by toll- ins. Anyway, Miss Kirk ts fn on iho deal, so if you weren't ono of last nliht'.t audience, he ono" of 'em tonight and hand yourself a big bunch of laughs. Did you ever see a hunch of lovable little kiddles that you- simply wantod lo; grab up and hug tight? If you did, you'll want to climb right over footlights- and steal thcsu ttonuVrfiiJ little Crane young- sters who arc a blR part of tho (Iranfs act. There's a little lot of a fellow who o riot last nfghl. Of interest to local playgoers is the following commen} o! The Maple Leafs' performance at Winnipeg list week, .which was written by the "Tribune" critic bjyhat-clty: 'Cambuflage pre" leafed x by the 4th Canadian Divisional troupe1 .at the Walker theatre oa Monday evening was a great succltt. There was not a lagging moment in tho whole pres- entation and the insati- able in Its demand for More. There'ls an about the Ma'ple Laafa that II jrnm'Utakable, tho fun Is ihe audience hung on to ready and ansious to'burst Into 'another laugh. And such in liio-gchtle art ot flirting and playing tho coy maid, Ihe boys w.ere adepts-and it was im- posslble'td detect not the budding prima they rep- resented.'- In a company it is hard lo seem-' ed as good if not better than the and fdr TefMllllty the Maple Leaf4 funnel be Too Will likS "IW-gui pf by -Leslie aensoni'.-ItS-Tflelddy. Is a' lilting Leslie Is a real blohfl Cortie hither look in his eyes, "His" droSS Is'just as .attraclive as bis, singing and he hag heaps of pep aW IcT'spare. Krnfe PMch ns tis character man was ediially as good as the funny Jew, and dignified Frenchman. What', ever he does he does well and ,hij sketches stand out'arnpng the many excellent things of tho bill. Harry Ashtcn iliicontested stai' among the ladies. He looks Ilka one. He acts and-dancca Hue one. In fact you wouM gUSSS his roi'- ley Is the vamp, and ho Knows how tor do It. His costume's are daring, and his eye Is his songs and sketches ho delfghtflil and the oriental dance executed in Ihe second part ot Ihe program was Irue to the real Keyjiliati style. Itughle William- son also made a splendid girl. j If your tendencies or ancestors are1 Irish Jimmy Oraham will suit you. Syd Walsh has a splsniilrl voice and his selection from Pagllacl was ono of the gems of the evening. Sam nirr.h acoroB as the general but as makes a hit; As a'dancer Morley'Plunkett sleps lo the foro and Anderson is good as Ihe lieutenant of ihe guards, i first part of program com-. COLONIAL TODAY THE FIVE'CRANES :MADOE LUCAS -MORRIS AND ADELINE KIRK AMD WILSON' SESSUE HAYAKAVVA in the dramatic thunderbolt "THE DEVIL'S CLAIM" LYONS-MORAN COMEOY CONCERT, ORCHESTRA THE SEASON'S BIGGEST Cast Cbona r.. of General Sir David Watssn, KOMG, CB, PSO, Offlier Commanding 4th Canadian Division Ir) the field Captirttlng the finest cast of female Impersonators on our A RIOT OF C.6LOH, MIRTH, AND MELODY SEAT SALE OPENS THURSDAY .MORNING DOORS NOW 'She followed hirri 1'iito the Street of Sorrows; 'dewn alleyways only by the of the pevll't part heavily Birred portals and Uwir lynx- eyed undergo' an experience that has fallen to the lot of birt feW living vmmeh. -Truly "The Woijan 23 you shall JOSEPH M. 8CHENCK presents TALMADGE .IN 'The Woman Gives7 ALSO Fox Sunshine Comedy All- first-run KOI Sun- shine comedies are shown jt ihe Prapress ALSO SPLENDID FEATURE ATTRACTION WEDNESDAY THURSDAY THIS WEEK' crooji.piay Paul Ai-msti-i tefovc it 'Mi J- 'o ncc'd'to cxpiiiii who jfsiiiny Valintine iff________ notorious than leap yap as dano'ci-pus. than a lier third! victiir, afidi stotitefof heart Tlv stai-'of ii OX 'wXxWELL KAROEil ;