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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE fE tf HERALD PHOTOPLAYS DENVER IS POWERFUL Sinnisiak, Tried in i Now Aids Police in j North 1 _______ Canadian to tie "Great While Chief for fcls to their brethero who j were to face the white man's. I Jjw expressed by the Eskimo Lands who tahibll the region on the stores of Coronation Gulf, when four two of them found guilty of murder, were .returned to their own, pecits by the Hoval Canadian Mount- Police Staff Sergeant Clay, R. C. M. P., who with ConsUbles'Cornelias and Brockie, .returned four .Eskimo 'prisoners to their in the north states In a report to headquarters here that the natives at lokloon one of the native Den- ver "hooch" his a powerful'kick. So uys State Prohibtion Director Frank It kicks Its victims Into 3 wooden box or Into locomctor adds. The moonshine of today, made and bottled In 1520, Is becoming "worse and Medina says. Its ptilsdnous.qualities lie In the coloring matter .used and In the crude -method- of distillation, ac- cording to.Medina. Recently- he made a test of a particular brand of "white( mule" that was confiscated In a raid. A heavy rulerwas .dipped In the liquid and'wlthln a few. minutes, the had been taken off. State 'officials are keeping a close witch on' the activities of moonshiners, who, it is said, are doing a profitable business be- .twecrt Colorado and the southern Wyoming. drlre cowbOys.on the ranch to dls. valet, Trevor Mr. Jarvls, tractlor.. are over- Galwoy Herbert as Ernest llerou, Joyed at Ihe news that Pinto Is to go to nephew of "Grumpy" and Frederick New York tor a year to visit with Pop Audry. Plnto's first shock In the East comes with the knowledge that New York U not a ranch as she had (bought. A young fellow of engaging person- THE MUSICAL ECKHARDTS aliiy named Boll De helps her COMING TO COLONIAL ffnd Pop Audry's.homo, and thes be- come very good friends. When Pinto decides to stags a Wild West'show for society, on the Audry grounds, t she Monti as Keblc, Mr. Jan-Is' valet. Miss Peggy Dundas has the leading female role as Virginia, Miss Violet Hall Cain as Susan. ARE 'CONFISCATED Lariglols and the latter NEXT WED. AND The intefcUtlonally famous tomyany of musical entertainers, The Musical makes Bob her first assistant. Tho Eckhardtswill' be seen at ihe Col- affair goes off well unlll Looey, Pin- to's cpsvboy "nurse'1 Is moved by fire- water, to shoot up the. place. Pinto learns that .Mrs. Audrey IB- spired the catastrophe, 'so she decides that the time has come for V. show down. She then.informs Ppp bf the things abe has l.earned regarding his wife's deception.'- He returns west with'the girl, but Bob also-accompa- nies them "JIGG" AND A BIG SHOW- AT' COLONIAL TONIGHT (SAT.) For the Hst limes tonight (Satur- day) 'the big7 bo "featured. .On the bill will be seen many entertaining items, t Tillages, rtero anxious to show appreciation ;.of the white man's (i fencj and the police'to assure I Tl the authorities that were good i were for the-white t men's "gooanees to the .Eskimo. 11 Sergeant Clay tells of taking back II Unlver- including, the latest yt the "Bringing Montreal, i comedies; Jack 'Deinpsey he paid and Beatrlz tiTi ROOO'a'nd Jephson-100 cases costing in "The Flame of Bear- toelr ..B Thn cattail in ft fire' aW fiatiirp r'TMc Jic( sity, ordered liquor from 1S9 rases for which he paid Jin and Beatrlz IJ3J572. The liquor was seized in a fine' five 'act feature. eipress .office at Windsor and on the week-end show is worth order of Magistrate Meirs of Wind- sor, was .confiscated. Both men ap- pealed against the magistrate's decis- ion, bill Mr. Justice'Meredith here to- day upheld the magistrate and dismiss- I the appeals.. The Judge ruled n iv. 1141 -i.-i-i mat the magistrals was Justified in de- priest and later cldjng itU jt was.too kuch tor chj-returned 1o fveir own people and alsoj Komik and who) fere> acquitted of murder foil 4ref acquitted" "of murVr, charges I THOMAS'LEFT iftef i prelim .nary hearing at Fortj ..FRTAT S JlcPherson m January, 1919; Slnni- sJak during hi? brief journey out to llzation, managed to pick up w4 eabugn of fyi English language to off make himself useful as an Interpreter and in later reports Sergeant Clay les, mentions the Eskimo murderer as i Sta havnje proven himself EO useful-to the 1 ten in their patrols among.-strange I t buds of natives that he, was taken t car on the force as special native. DRINKING IS NO OFFENSE ESTATE OF HOI fiot a Violation of Prohibition Law to: if. Have Liquor in Stomach, Court the' ATLANTA. can't blame for find NEW Thomas, mot- ion picture actress, who died in Paris from taking- poison 'accidentally, left no will, it was revealed when Nathan Burkeny theatrical attorney, was to- day appointed administrator of her estate. Burken said Hiss Thomas left "more than in property but no real estate, so far as Is knuwii." If BO': will-is found halt will go'to husband, Jack Pickford, and the'balance will be divided among relatives.--x. -i 4 a man for drinking, iirvl the fact that man's fnll of the stiff is no proof i that be possesses licjuor, the Oedrsia- court save. as 'cell C01lrt recently. rve8eryed a lower I court conviction fact a'man S-ns said to be intoxicated. Trltl- one cannot lawfully keep, possess or control Intoxicating or beverage, the mere drinking whiskey as declared, In the code is not unlawful. Whiskey B ij mas b? administered by a physician unawarfe oi' taken, from the of another merely for the pnr- of drinking whisker. In the clr- last act of whiskey from the hand of an- i merely incident to the act ot tnej drinking the whiskey and can in no Eer proper sense be beld to be within the rjtlnnibition ot a criminal statute which 't shall be unlawful an> person or individual to have or possess, in this any the said enumerated liquors 0 leverages Ine legislative intent and purpose when the words and 'control' are used In as- the court held. SHE WAS WED- WHEN SUFFERING FROM r Picture, Ihe tost Davit) Graham Phillips' Novel th Bails for Paramount Artcraft Film. AT EMPRESS THEATRE MONOA' ood. This NOVELTIES GALORE ON .MON- DAY'S "Hlf" VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT COLONIAL Monday and Tuesday's rcme Circuit Vaudeville show .at the Colonial Theatre will be a and very bit as good as last show which made so many new friends for he "Hip" vaudeville. Atop'the bill will be seen-Albert ana Rozelta in their Sen- sation" one of the-biggest nov titles if the season. Then vdl come T3e Nyle, Bon, and Everett with their -up-to-date- canine acL Trained dogs are a big feature of this act which' Trill enter- ainirfif. Jlae, and La VeniW.'a clev er trio of musical -artiste be ieanr'in''an sing ng, dancing and musical act. To Joe and Pearl JIattus, "That Wee Couple" will go a goodly portion :he entertaining on the bill, for they are simply fine in their clever spec laity act., Bessie Barrlscale will be fealureti in "ThG Notorious Mrs. Sands" a five act with good, com- edies and orchestral music the.whole screw will bo'thoroughly enjoyable; nlal Theatre on, next and 'hursday In great musical show. t IK some years since (his capable ompany lisl Lethbrldge, and that time..th6y havo sot only tn- arged their company, but have so add- d to performance that it ranks lecond.to none on the rauskal comedy .tage. Two days only "will be siren over o.the Eckhardts, imrl on those t !s eipecled that they will be nc- THE LEAFS" Lieut. Ormpnd Terloy, one of 'Ihe sixteen famous soldier boy "girls" oi he' "Maple Is a St. John, N. boy who went over with a local regiment and; afterwards became, in- :erested concert work bohiud the .'.'Ills flrst' appearance before the boys was as ah oise-ratk singer oi the Mary' Garden type, lacked Mary's Voice, especially Irish notes; ho was tlio Garden of the Lalcu'm powder: cans and perfume bottles to ..pe.r'tectlo'n, and proved to be the hit ot tlie Bbow. After the war a course in -.falsetto singing, and a .practieat'.experienco in a big Broadway revile; have made him ono of the greatest impersonators ot th he lly 'on the day. Although'there are sixteen impe-r sonators with the "Maple party they .different types of the ranging 'all the wa; trom the ISspisj school girl to the naughty and back to the chair lady.- This prevents .any feeling o rivalry among Itne boys and they ar all willing'to'-juin'p in and play choru girls in numbers, and as- EiBt in everyjvay to put the show ove; EMPRESS STARTINQ MONDAY David Graham" PhillipB1 novel o college and political life, "The Cost, has been produced as a Paramoun Artcraft picture and will be shown to three days, commencing Monday next- Violet the pretty stage star who recently made her screen debut In .the title role of "Every- has heroine's part. Tho'islorj- around Pauline Gardner, a young girl who, marries John Dumont, a rich youth pot un- certain -icbaractor, Viahea of her parents while.1 shells still in boarding, school. .Later she meets Hampden Scarborough? who falls in love with her.' Her marriage Is an unhappy one, and Dumont soon starts an affair with another woman. As head of the-. Woolen 'Trust, Du- 8LEEPIN8 SICKNESS lmont has a candidate whom he Is Frances Mont-i backing fort governor, of the state. of _ has Scarborough, tho reform candidate, ._ _- ._ a crasn jn Street, Dumont -is on the verge of ruin. Pauline rushes to his aid with {awakened sufficiently to apply for an opposes, him. her marriage. She was1 vwed, she to Frank Herbert Mpnt- In the capital, .city) May 29, !i afflicted with sleeping sickness, Trat haant 'hed with her husband .ChlNESE GIRL IS CONVENT NOVICE MONTBEAL-.-rrA ceremony, unique 5n the history of Canada look place this mornlc'p when Akiou TVhan, a her of money, though 'sho' was .-about Mo bring suit for divpVce. pilmont wins' ttio fight, but the strain is too much, and he (liea. Pauline goes to Scarborough. Ralph Kcllard has the. role of Dumont. Edn-in Mordant, Cnrlotta Monterey, and "Warnurton Gamble are also in tho cast. Tho 'picture was directed by llarle? Knolea. "Grumpy" the four act comedy drama made famous by -Mj. Cyril .Maude will be presented here at'the Majestic on Saturday, October an all star English company ot don favorites. Mr. Rdward a ,character actor famous In London for his fine work in support ol >Ir. .Martin Karvey and who later played impqrtant engagements with Kcbert Mantel in America is.cast for the tltlo role and It is said that he gives equally as' creditable a performance as his i drew Bulilvant familiarly'known py" the -old criminal nolay, Irritable and "grorapiness" fully Justifies the nick name but who Is'all shrewdness and kindness "under the tral'. figure tbe'plo't. HiaJ tfalnfng in criminology proves !very''servijce ablejn ninnfng to earth .the .man .-who robs hl3 Haron of a'very precious- -diamond while slaying at tho Bulilvant estati In the country. thrilling situations, with" measure of comedy and lov.e-making to give a good rich mixture of reflnei entertainment. given to Mr. I.ewers ttsa honor for therein. Captain Plunkelt l-ai right idea. The "Maple Leafs" ID "Camouflage" ill be tha offering at the Majestic on ext ilouday and Tuesday' nlghU, ctober llth and 15th. Seats are now elllug at'Armslrong and Raworthi. (Jninese girl from the city ot Canton, tho Tfhlto veil of the Novice! MABEL NORM AND BRINGS the Order the Soeura Mlssln- kirea D'lmmsc'olate Conception. The ilshop ct Canton, Mgr. Gueblant, of- at the ceremony, being now m Montreal from Rome. on his rolurn to China TO THE EAST -atairmg ,Mabol, Normand, la thc'Ooldwyil Picture to be shown at tho Phoenix Theatre, beginning Monday. .51 presents the vivacious ilttlc star n a role that is in direct contrast to he characters she has portrayed he past. JMnto Is a girl of the .West who has rown up-under tho guardianship of ive care her fatlv r left her when he died. Her daring xploits 01 her pony, Legs, nearly Slgt Ounblsr tad pugiKit, who taint (Ought by the Chicago nil- ttorittes In coanect.'on with the probe Sunday Evening Beresfortl's Augmented Colonial Concert Orchestra Extra-COLONIAL-Extra NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 'Great Extra Added Vail We Attraction The famouB Mysical Eddiardts in an ejaborate COMEDY MUSICAL SHOW WATCH TOR ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MONDAY'S PAPER'.' Monday and Tu HIPPODROME aRCUIT VADDEVHUi Act i Featurfe" Albert Rozella "European Sensation" Emett Great Canine NoveHy Act TUCATDU IncAlKt "The Harmony Trto" LCrWERS ft COMPTON PRESENT EDWARD LEWERS SUPPORTED BY AN.ALL-ENGLI5H CAST IN CYRJL MAUDE'S GREATESY COMEDY SUCCESS "Srumpy An artistic performance of the play that London and New York audiences. SEAT SALE OPEN'S WEDNESDAY AT ARMSTRONG A RAWORTH'fl 75c, SOc. ADOLPH ZUJCOR, The play ahounds in PHILLIPS GREATEST STORY VJOLET'HEMING TIME Mildred Harris Chajplin "The Inferior Sex" AND Charlie Chapjin in "Shoulder Arms" Children 10c. Joe and Pearl Maltus- "The Wee Couple" BESSIE BARRISCALE In her latest feature "The Notorious VITAGRAPH COMEDY V'cbKcerrr ORCHESTRA >-We state emphatically ihsrt this; Is the best bill .we have ever., offered you. PRICESr- Nights: 60c; chll- r Matineea: Adufts, BCc; chll-' Special, matinee Tntsifay at 4.30 ;f or children, Mabel Normand w "Pinto1 PICTURES 7 You all remember her as "MICKEY." Now see In her Utest picture, "PiNTO." bst Time LLOYD The comedy king of the Screen World 'of the 'day, In "GET OUT AND GET UNDER" Which not only but is one continued faugh from -the 'to the flntah. TUES. THE BIGGEST SUCCESS.OF THE SEASON MW, Plunkdt Ihe fourth .CAST AMD'CHORUS OF Under-patronage of General Sir David 6 officer rommamii.. Canadian Division in field, The blggc.t 6h6w of its kind on Ipur, WonSfrf" chor" Impersonators, aorfleous aowns, production elaborntely >uged. playing a romtnS Canada tsur to capidty houm everywher., Th. show that app.al. to old alike- SEATS ;