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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBUft'S, tUUl in? IJKTULTV PAGE FIVE OTTAWA, Oct. Leslie, lug parents who ncro dependent on Clly clerk of Saskatoon, has forward- an only eon vho bail been killed over- ed a rcsalutlou lo the special conv seas. Ho auggealcd they Ehould re- mUteo CD EOldiorcj' civil- r e-es labile ta- me nt from llio city council urging thai tomb be laketi lo provide ivork lor returned men now oul of employ- ment In lUe hoiie ot carry IDE (hem thrdugh unlll spring. 11. II. Stevens, M.K. Yirote regard- THE CHERNIAVSKYS UNCONVENTIONAL MUSICIANS The Inspired young Russian vlol'u- Isl. iihuisL aiiJ ci-llist, Jan and ceive the same gratuity as would havo done Lai Ihelr fon re- LuroeJ and Lcen paid hia (Fatuity. Col. Arthurs, M.I'., brought up lha, of t returned EoliUfr brothers. n ho sought, without success, La get a settlement loan for Iho pu rebate or fltoch, etc. The matter was referred lo the settlement -board for explanation. One of IheBo men was a Is and though he had been ordered to return lo a. sanitarium, he la nc-.7 vHhoul any pension. This CJic-nilavsky will bo here phase ol Ihc question was retcrrcd Thursday, Orlubcr 1C, al KIWI church. They havo brought Into llio field of jnuEic Rumoilrng thai has never be foro IJGCH. discernible, this elusive fcometlilnp, if analyzed, la n comb "mu- tton of qualities tint not icainl- ]y been dlspTayi-d by vie1 tins vlrutoso. Their micmiventloiulily is not so' much a rebellion against llie lallvc as a spontaneous ro suiting front deep ami foncenlrateil thought, emotional cier- to the pcnsionB board. Mr. MaeNIcll Eubmttled a Ilia case of men enlisted In Canada for motor transport. They IhuuglU they were to ba part of liio C. E. F. but upon reaching Rngland found they Imperials. They ask- ed I same treatment Can ad Ian a In regard to gratuities. Tho leitcr was rorwartlwl. Dr. II. WJlbsrlorce Athens. Dr. mutiil Klnp anJ Dr. Fhnerson, of tho HtPPODROME VAUDEVILLE Everything Is now set for the big opening of the HipiwJrouie Vauderillw1 Circuit shows al Iho Colonial Thealro uoxt Monday and Tuesday. The Blums will open, with a suecial holi- day raalineo on Monday (Thatksgiv- Ing UayJ. A wlro received from ihe Calgary management ot the Hip Cir- cuit ID that ciiy states Ibit the Ehorf ihcre has gone over with un- qualified EUCCCES the bill being even letter than Four acla will bo seen on ihe first bill, including an extra gooJ photo- play I'rogram and an orchestral con- cert by tho Colonial Concert orchestra. LA Terese, a petite bit of feminity, will bo seen as a his feature of ihe bill iu her original dancing creation styled "Tho 1920 Dance Vaudeville, fans like a certainly. They also like snappy E ing Inp and snappy a certainty also. These attractive fea- tures will be SMvert a la i-arte by tbe well known vaudeville loam Lewis and Ilarto, extraordinary clever duo of fun mtikcrB, Young utij old alike will revel In the net prtsentwl by Pearl's c-lcver ricrfarrning do-js. The acl is entitled "A Canine Jubilee" and a jub- ilee it sure [s. The young ar.'l pretty wo in-in exhibiting the proup of casino performers is not only ai'.racL'vo. 1ml very capable giving t'ie act in a cheer ful ami Tlic Menke two talented son need not be present In the flesh lo i IKrforiu a ceriain fuuclioa or execute wonJerful bit ofiaL Tliia cowbinn- ion Includes the master woik ol tho 'author. Urcl llarte, vhose "Outcasts of 1'ofcer Flat" lu >ook fon6 ihoiin brilliuUly .hroughout Iheso many and now bat 1L Las letn filmed will Uve.for- ever. Added to this ia Ihe arttslrr of [amou3 star, Harry Carey, who tho rolo of John_OakhurBt, ihe .oacst gambler In Iho story. Uret llarte used to say "the orllica saw a heap of things in my stories thai I put there." From all reports the of "Tho Outcasts of PoVer Klat" required additional and atmoepbere that, to be sure. Ifarte "never jiut chert." fcut i( Lhe grcal author were allfe today the producers feel certain thai he would bo highly elated ovc-r the libcrllcs tak- en with Ilia bralii-chltJ by steoario writer II. TJykm Sleek and director Jack Ford. As seen on the scheen al Colonial btalre "TJie Out casts of Poker Flat" la said to be a masterpiece. Harry Carey, fine, young man ot tho real sculioo typo that he Is, could bard ly want for a better part than riiat of John Oabhurst and ho doubtlessly has taken advantage of this superior role. In the supporting tasl are CuUen I> Ols. Gloria Hope. Joel Harris, Victor J'otel, J. Farrel McDonald. J. Webster Charles Hill .Mailea. Virgiota Chester and lister. ID Ind tat LDJ for an eight-hour day. agl and practice of lech- (College of Physicians and Surgeonp, I and giftcJ Ri-ls n cteaa anJ WAGSTAFFE1S Real Seville Orange Marmalade All Orange cnj BciltJ iriiA care In No grcal arllsts liiivc vrovc-d j Toionlo. vvcro callcJ. King mail 1lH'msPlvcs less sliiviali in .esolullon trora Ills eollrgo that rrccolltcivud noliunsjul liow llie great ,nc4it.ai orficers who were In rracllco works slioufcl bo a ve.3r Lcfare enlistment or under- Aiuoncst many Intelligent musical j should lake n post-graduilo jicople the history anil Irarlil'ons of 1 course and tTial Lhc Rovernment Ijfl Jiilcriircliitioiis ot crc.il v.'orks nave requested [0' guirnDlce the cost ot Ihls bpi'ii that COurao. work semolinas oonici '.'j lliom Klr.e said ho would extend this as a kind ol liut it is one ot I ajj Io lav.-ytcs and other Ihnsc E'.ioclss lhat is cssfnllal lo men who hud Berved. tbe ilormant iniellectyollly case'was dillcrsnl to [Uat ot and cmot'ons ,of iliosc ivlm milled thdraaelves lo be moulded into Ftit fuims so far iis The tforlil o[ art must ircalize ttiat no slnndarU can be set Tor tomorrow; that eve? Ihe Infhginahoii inust ruath out furllier. getting nearer und nearer -io Ihe original concerls of (he crcat ohl mnstcrs. No iutcrprc-ter can ever cliiini in Ills work, and Ihtj Cliernlavskys havr: thai incntally and spiritually, which per- ceived lhat liie or lo- nd In lute rr.y (ace. "I tlarlld to uu Cullcnri Soap Ointment ind 1 used two caliu ol Cirtlcuin BMO and two bom of Cutlcura Ointment when I healed." (Signed) Clifford YeOnuna, East N. a Uao Cutlcura for evcry-day toilet purposes. Bathe with tootbe Ointment, dust with Talcum. For frw njnph faeh ot Oml- 'THE TEST OF HONOR1' IS BAHHYMOHE'S NEW DRAMATIC PICTURE Tho-riow raromount plclliro. vTlio TesL ot nffordn John Ilarry- moro mnny dramatic scenes and Inrl- ilcnla which might havo been written osneclnliy for him so'wcll do Ibcy suit i.'s IjxIMgesi Ij-'po at acting nrid char- The plcluro will be uia- played nt Starlanil tonight and tomor- row. In oao scene It wag necessary to show ah apparition in Iho Jail when Harrymgro Is'serving lime for m allegcrl mrfrder which he 'dlil nol commit. A largo, muscular actor ivas crigagerl lor-tho pan, and John Dmynioro nllendDd lo Hie make-up on bis. future npnarillon. know tho Rorl o[ a faco that would glvo me Lho crccp.i In the and I will pill lUal laco on said. A few-hours, later tbs aclor was liroufht down, bfloro. Lhb director for Ins'pccllon, and 'bno ancf nil nBrccd'ihat .Ihn face which peered out before K dim, lljhl whllo Ine camera Us hideous, grim- aces, wns nbsolulcly llie most fright- ful ipparillon -Hal coultl poatlbly be Imagined, find thai nothing IGSK than lobslor and .minco could produce nj.icc like thai.- Tcsl'ol Honor" Is 3.11 ndmlr- tiblo 'plctlirlzatton of fc. Phillips Opncnholm'fl ccjcbratcd novel, "The Malclaclor." MAJESTIC Two Days Starting Oct. 13 (THANKSGIVING DAY) THE NEW IRISH COMEDY 'IheEndof A With An All- Slaj- Cast. Prices ;.........J1.00, 75c, 50c NOT A PICTURE MyESTIC-Fri. Sat. Oct. 10-11 Letl S. BreWn, MSr- MATINEE SATURDAY, THE PLAY THAT HAS ROCKED THE COUNTRY WITH LAUGHTER. i1 STERN t SEI.WYN CO.'S PRESENTATION LAUGHS EVERY MINUTE, IT'S Fun Tickles Wit FlasheE Novelty Calchei The Heal Thing THE SAME GREAT CAST AND PRODUCTION THAT PROMINENT CITIES DDTPUG. J1.50, J1.00, 75c, 60o riUlXO. Saturday Malinee V-00, 6eat5 on Sale at ArnrislronQ Raworlh's Wednesday. f-flPPODROMj? CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE GREAT OPENING BILL 4- BIG FEATURE ACTS 4 STARTS NEXT MONDAY-TUESDAY At The COLONIAL STARLAND All Praductloni O'jiranlied. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW JOHN BARRYMORE Test of JOHN BARRYMORE IN "The Test of Honor" FOUNDED ON E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM'S NOVEL "THE-MALEFACTOR." "W1D ssye: "A. flrsinallc gem. You cannot recommend it too high- ly." We have no hesitation in'doing so. Wo have'heard the game opinion expressed by others who have E ecu. the "HE DID AND HE DIDN'T" Two-reel Keystone Comedy and Other Good Features. Adults 25 Cents Children 10 Cend THURS., FRI. SAT. THIS WEEK LETHBRIDGE'S BIGGEST FAVORITE IN HIS BIGGEST SPECIAL ATTRACTION. 1 FAMOUS ft'-l IN CAN -Tl CTlON TIME PATTERSON-BELL HAY GRAIN CO. Union Bank Chambers, Lethb fdge, Offer tans Good Qrlfjhl Green Oat good feed "nnd cheap. 252-6 MAJESTIC-Tonigtit at Len S. Brown, Resident Manager Phone 1722 and THURSDAY B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE INTERNATIONAL FAVORITE BILLY v In the Original Comedy with Mualc. IJy nennctt Kcbll'and James Whllehouse With an Kiccjiiional Company of Musical Comedy Favorites, Including BEATiilCE GAfiMEil 20 Sparkling Jong Hits. Special Scenic .Production. THE "SURPRISE" SHOW OF THE now selling al strong A. Raworth's Jewelry Store. PRICES: 75c, and 50c CAGE! At yon can iceit-tlic piituriu- .lion of tlic finest crcr Mrillc-n Tof onc our ueft lovul Aaicrican authors. Staged in the cxacl loca- lioni of bj a iromleilul casL A tteal if there We Say Without Fear of Contradiction That It Is THE YEAR'S BEST P1C1UXE We don'l care How many plc- lures you liavo njaltcra not fflinl your favorite stylo ol llay here In "The Out cssls of Ppker Flat" la a picture that haa set the u-hole motion picture Industry li a big human aclfon ifl tnnsely dnmatic and II posses- ses Ilic j.irc niiallly of slmniy lioldl'g nn audience lo Its finish. See It and You'll Enjoy Every Scene. THE PRICES OF ADMISSION WILL BE ADULTS v............................. Children LAST TIME TONIGHT in AND BIG CURRENT DILL ;