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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE IETHBRIDGE DAILY HRKALD 1S20 VAUDEVILLE be served, BO you had best come along. Miss Rose Marie Benin spent the week-end in Lethtridge and New Dayton, her home town, i Miss Berg, Mrs. Bobsled. and Williams niotured to Lctii-l bridgej'and .back last Saturday. Miss Mary Derficlk; homo from her. school, at" spend thej Mr. JacS" LiUker, who has in the Lr'.hbridgo, hospital some past Buffering 'appon, dicitls op'eraiion, 'Ui ,'now .home con- Hls'friends are nil pleased to see him'afoul .tils oliTu'aiAils onco Mrs. SagnaUi prohibition "organizer wrecked and that he was flying fhel for.this bcutae'rn1 district; will speak S'2-L machine '.which Captain! in the .Evangelical church next Sun- .rer had slaridlng by for relief pur- day efeaing. October 30th. Mrs. Bag- ''From; Riviere ,bu -Loup, .Col. nail proved on he'r last visit 1o War- Leckte end ;Major Hobbs will fly an OTTAWA, Oct. air boarrt wraonnced this afternoon that Col. Leckle had started again froai Long Beach, where the Fairey seaplane was wrecked E H. S' 2-L machine P-S boat. Their" Ottawa ii 'now.set for between mid- night and 2 o'clock Fridam morning', though It Is thought they will be able to pick up some of the lost time en route. n-r that she is no novice at the art ot oratory, or argument, hence every- one should arrange to hear her if possible. ronuses Natural Resources EDMONTON, Oct. :the question of natural resources at MS meeting touight, Mr. King.quoted the Liberal platform In favor ot hand- ling those resources over to the prov- inces concerned on terms that ,ire fair and equitable in-rcgard to all the other pronnces. "If the Liberal party is returned to power, and am sure it will be short- Eald Mr. will see'that dvantageously and pleasantly. will be a masquerade dance tm Friday evening, the Sth, In the The .widow who became ot her "husband, after retirement discharge, from service, is also elig- ible, well as'the widow of a re- turne'ii soldier dying before Septem- ber iVlOSir; r money Is payable only In'the 'event of .death or on the occurrence, of total and permanent disability. Endowment insurance Is not Issued. Cash Payment The cash'pavincat death of insured 'maynnot .exceeil one-fifth "THE MAPLEV.iEAFS'r.Af'MXjES: TIC NEXT MONpAy AND TUESDAX In response ;to the many .requests r from ex-service men in Canada, ;eVp'e- The premiums are as a rule slight-- daily, former fourth division- raeni n._ captain M. W. Plunkctl, the producer of most of the-Ebldler entertainments supplied our. boys ia France, has gathered together the "Maple Leals" theatrical company and will present them on a home coming tour of Can- ada in their original overseas revue, ..The "Maple.Leafs" were the offi- cial party of, the fourth division in Francs {one of the greatest panics. The insurance money is unassign- able and cannot be attached by creditors of the insured or ot the beneficiary. The object of the in- surancg Is purely protection. As the scheme is intended to he supplementary to the Pension Act, there is a provision that il on the death ot the insured a pension bs- comss Dayable to his dependents under ih'e Pension Act, the present value of such pension or pensions will-bo deducted.from the amount of ot by tho insurance and tho'proportion the premiums paid'represented the amount ot the 'said, .deduction will be relumed to the beneficiaries with interest at annum. If for four per 'cent, per instance, on the party of, the fonrtt ca and-.'wer'e {one of ;pjf p- nA'ftvuo wa s written GREAT ARRAY OF OFFERINGS AT COLONIAL FOR FRI.-SAT. "The'Colonial Theatre'will, be right at the top tor the week-end with thej unusual 'show which will be offered on Friday-and Saturday. Friday night will he Country Store Vodvil another fine line up of prizes, the first of which will be TODAY AND BALANCE OF .WEEK Mildred -Chaplin A dramatic comparison of the sexes In a 'romance of modern marriage. Every wife see that her husband tees this picture wHh hen 'It strips man and woman to their Very souls and bares their secret and Innermost thoughts. A DRAMA OF :LOVE PROB- LEMS The star-charmlng's first pic- ture for First National. Also CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "SHOOLfiER: of'the insurance. The death ot a policy holder'insured remainder is .coTivcrlpd into an an-! for -his 'child- becotneg eii- .beneficiary.' Various j titled to a pension under .the'-'lEet Options'are given in-the choice oflsion Act the present value'of-which this-annuity. It may be certain porioil' choice .oflsion Act the prcsenl. value' of-, which an annuity tag _ ______ 'of 5, 10, 15 amount -will or 20; years, or guaranteed for such a.] be jie re- term-.but payable thereafter as long' turnedJta-fher-te'nSfitsSry two-fifths as'the beneficiary, may live, or it may be- an annuity' for life. lowing. will the The fol- ___ benefits payable imd'er an insurance of assuming tho beneficiary to be aged ot the in- sured, J1.0P0, and'in addition. (ij A'life'annuity to the beneilc- lary, of ?2JO, or (2) -An annuity guaranteed for flve years of ?23S, or for 10 years ot or for 15 years of ?228, or for 20 years i ot ?323; and.'.payable thereafter so! long as (Ho beneficiary may live; or (3) An annuity certain for five years ot or for 10 years of or for 15 years ot ?3G8, or for 20 years ot 5294. Whatever, form of annuity is actual present value at of .cent''; iiilS-force aVdv applicktidna tember will j'bel .f_ni lowing-; that, effect comes' to''-aa: end. "be' policies. Issued; by'.tho' -Board ;btjl'en- sion CommlssioncYs} j Canada, HAD BEEN VISITING ALBERTA Athletic hall.' i'os3lbly supper will'borne by the government. Tno the death of the insured is the face of the policy jfnd the options are mathematically 'equal.'. In the event of the insured becom- ing totally and permanently disabled from causes xithcr than service, the pr.eiiirams wilKceaso and the face of the policy will be payable in twenty equal annual instalments. The in- surance Is the -benefit of the wife or children, or both, ot tbe. Insured, and -in the case ot mar- ried men named must be from these .classes. Unmarried men 'aro.required to name as Luncfl- clary "Iho fulurc wife" or "the future wife and children." !f the Insured dies leaving no wife or children, tho insurance money may be paid to the parent, brother, sister or grandchild ot tho Insured. Payment of Premiums The premiums payable for the In- surance are based on a standard mortallly table and 4 per cent. in. terest. .There Is no loading for ex- penses of administration, these being (Special lo The Herald.) FBIiNIE, 'Oct. Thomas W. Patterson, ex-lieutenant governor of this province, passed through Fernie this mornnig from an extended visit to Edmonton and.other points in Al- berta. iNSJAHf POSTUH''' f-- BtVEPAGC Coffee Troubles -whether vexation over high price or irritability from disturbed nerves- yanish when you change to INSTANT Now's ra dood time to try this delightful drink of ever increasing popularity. CANAMAN POSTUM CEREAL Co. r. Ontario. Star Says Divorce Can Be Wiped Out "Divorce courts would be out-of- date if the romance of courtship days were carried Into married 'saya Alildred Harris Chaplin, star of "The favorites of .the.'J Their musical tor thorn in it proved to be one of and most tune- ful shows ever staged In close-prox- iiriity to There are several wonderful "girls" among all of whom did their, bit '.witji rifle Sand bayonet before.belng'lchossn by theiCaptain for service'- in corps. It Is this fact which makes tho artist- ry of the soldler-'aeiors a thing above :ti9 ordinary theatrical, entertainment.- H is ranks higher than I i at of the. old time protessionals, as proved by the fact that tha members of' the, "Maple Leafs' have been: featured in London musical, since the war; but, to at least, their work he's a splendid significance, which nothing'but the fact that they were first of all'Canadian soldiers fighting Si3c by SldorWiiu-; fjET- OVftt boys, could "Camouflage" Tias, given a bril- liant production, by Captain Plunkett, and tho tact that this tour Is .under bis personal direction is a sufBcient guarantee to the theatrn-going.public and the returned men that ttie per- formance will be clean and.wboleEome, gorgeously gowned .-and'elaborately-- staged. "Camouflage" comes to the Majestic theatre next Monday arid Tuesday nights, October llth and 12th, Seats PHOENIX Mildred Harris Chaplin Tnte-rior Sex" and she proves it in tha picturo now boing shown at tho Em- press theatre. Ths play dcalc wilh oroblem of The Comedy King HAROLD LLOYB IN et Out And Gel Wer" And the (t Photoplay in which William. Fox presents THE LEE CHILDREN If you need a few hours of come and smile with us at "Smiles" and laugh.your head nearly off at Harold Lloyd. Last Times Tonight (Thiu-s.) BERTLYTELL prPze's." :Saturday SHOW fdAfrte d.fram. Geo ftt c i UUKCJNCr UP PAIHEI Beatriz Michelena in 'The Flame of Beartrap' A thrilling drama of a woman who reaorlctl to primitive law to avenge the death of her father. It's n thriller. JACK DEMPSEY DEVIL JACK" JIMMY AUBREY In "SQUEAKS AND SQUAWKS" A screamingly funny Vitagraph comedy. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Without' nucsllon one of the greatest shows we have ever of- fered you. Coma early nnd get a good seat. Friday and Saturday- Adults 40e; Children 1so. Sat. mattnee for Kiddles, 10c, Nights Comm. 'THE SEASON'S BIGGEST.-REVUE HIT u -''tin'der patronage o'r 'CJcneraM Sir: .D.S.O., 'Officer Commanding 4th' Caiiadlen' Division In; the., ..ICaptivatina WltKi finest cast of on tour." ;j AjRIpT OF .COLOR, MELOoV V.jV'i OPENS ,'S, 'AT IN THE SCHOOLHOUSE SPLENDID THREE-DAY PROGRAM FRIDAY SeATURDAY k OCTOBER 7, 8 AND 9 ELOCUTION J DAILY Afternoon at 3.30) Evenings at 8.00. Afternoon THURSDAY Opening Exercises nnd Announcements Special .Concert Nowall Concert Compaay leadings jp-ny Epperson Admission 75c lecture .Newatl Concert Company "Tallow Dips and Sparks" Afternoon-1- Afualcal Concert Concert Prelude Lecture......... Admission (1.00 FRIDAY Admission 75c Robert Parker Miles Serbian Orchestra Serbian Orchestra Political Problems Joeing John IJull and Uncle Capt, Norman Imrit Admission 51-00 SATURDAY Prelude Garner Jubilee Singers Humorous Headings.....................Roseith Knapp Brsed Admission 75c Grand Cloning Concert................Garner Jubilee Singers Admission H.09 SEASON Chil- dren Aftor noon ol tho opening day, Season flckels for adults ad- vance to J2.25. Duy your Season Ticket now, Tax extra, except in Saskatchewan, where tax is levied. LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE INVITED ;