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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERAffi OCTOBER PHOTOPLAYS Regma First Stop (Wflfay From'Peg! In Flight West I P.KG1XA. Oct. made-the. first stoppms-otf place be-1 tveen Wiimlpeg and Vancouver in I the Trans-Canada fliglit. The D. ]1.. ?A airplane, which left 'Winnipeg at. 4.43 o'clock this morning, reached HP- gina S.30 o'clock aud tie pilot was forced; lo make ;a lauding here ear, according tu figure" compiled bi the LUX 1 Helps Business Girls A few minutes easy simple in yoar room and your dainty silken underwear and stockings be Lux- bathed and made like new. IIEGINA, Oct. Indications today's session were that the Bit the tariff inquiry lu Winnipeg on Thursday will result in many import- ant points being discussed. J. B. Miisselnitm anuouuced that NonnaH'Ijamberfis at present collect- ing to' sbvjw- that prices on 1-nJi- farm matliiticry are cbeap- er.'than. thbsbrbf the C4iiiudlan manu- facturers..- .This will be given, al Win- nlpeg.'i The coininission will, while In ..-Winnipeg, intiuire info the- report that western farmers this year refused the two-thirds ;advance their grain by bunks which lias been customary in: former .years. Further evidence regard to profits clanng and preyious to the war in ihe text He Indjistn Two manufacturing concepis askid for the retention of 'the proteclivo tariff i Olherwiee the sessions here TiilUba occupied bv the-fnrmera 'rep resentatives I Albert and Hoza'.la will prosenl their clever Kurojjoan novelty act, 'Thelri-. offering is one eulirelj' new to vaude-j villein this city and will provide pleii-i of I Joe and Pearl. Si alt us. a pair 'dancing marvels kuowu from coast lo roast as "the wee couple" will he a bis item on the bill in their clever duuring specialties. De Xyle, Don, and Everett, the rhirJ I act on the bill will prove to be a wo'a-j derlul exhibition of cau'ine Intelll gence. Don, the talking dos. and Ever-: HI, the wind reading do? are put; through a of wonderful tricks by: De 'Ny-le. j One of-tho most enjoyable variety; icts of the season will be'1 offered by i Ethlyn, Mae, and La Verne, a trio of talented musical entertainers who1 hive a varied and versatile program of musical specialties, sirisInE and dancing. Bessie" Barriscalo, .the popular film favorite .will be seen In "The Js'oior- loris Mrs. "Sands" a five eii special with :t rollicking two-reel VHaeraph "SqneaVs, arid day. ju (heir varied prognim of musical and the Color.iai Concert orchestra the whole show-will be tip- top. Manager Len Drown siatos that this is a Ter'y good bill. MART LOWE IS DEAD AT CARMANGAY i (From OurvOwn "CAHMiNdXY, death occurred today after n long illness of Sir. Mart lave. The funeral will be accompanied by Masonic rites. Vfe. art- sorry to hear thatrthe bro- ther of Jas McNaughton, M I_A_ is seriously-ill after'an operation. Butch Lowe was preslnt at the opera house-last night. forded a-hearty welcome'on nis--re- covery from iDdispofiltion. Mr. Koutledge of Messrs. Jlaeon LclbbrWge was .a visitor in town yesterday, Mr.-C. Chalmers is in town-tod ay, and reports that threshing is going ou fine out at Folk's ranch. -Mrs, A. McKay is a visitor out of (own this week. Mr. "Derrick, proprietor of the Orauge Hotel'here was a visitor to Calgary last Tuesday. 'Mr. Wpodhull, editor of the Cham- pion Advertiser, was :n town on business. "The. teachers of this town expect to go down to LethbridKe the first week in Norember, in order to attend the teachers' conference, which Is being held f 'Miss the teacher at the school, was a .visitor to I.elh- bridge this week. Tho Chautanqua Is fo be held at Champion, this week, commencing this continuing un- til Wednesday night. -Several promt nent Albertani are billed to appsar as speakers, among Dr. C. L M.UA, Calgary. A pleasing combination-of'comedy and melodrama, ri delicately inter- woven love theme in-a-detectivVstory of gripping Interest, tbat- In brief is which lowers Land Comp- ton Tull present at the Majestic on next Saturdaj Ocl If with hdnirrt lowers and possessing besides her Lood j looks, a very bewitching with' ami Miss Violet Ilall-Catne, niece Kiddies, Read! THERE-WILL BE A specialties, comedy dancing, illusions and other versatile j Items the Kckhardts will make many I friends hero-this week. Included In" the company this sea-1 son will be O..Eckhardt, the popular comedian; Mons; Courtiers in his clever Parisian Illusions, Francis De Holds, a singing .comedienne of note, and several other fodtllsht fav- orites. ,x MATlliE Immediately after school at '4.30 TOMORROW (TUES.) AFTERNOON AT THE YOU'LL SEE Albert' -and' RozellaV Funny Marionettes Something yoti have- never, never seou boforoiin Lcthbridge, .and. De Nyle's Famous Troupe; of Performing Dogs With Don, the funny down dog, and. Everett, the elds that talks and does everything "See the wonderful mind-read- ing dog. You must come right after school, but don't rlay "hookey" or we won't let you Lin. Ten cents .will admit you. Yours for fun, LEN S. BROWN Today and Tuesday ipPODROffll CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE "Every Act a Feature" ALBERT AND ROZELLA "European Sensation" DE NYLE, DON, i EVERETT Great Canine Novelty Act ETHYLYN, MAE LA VERNE v Harmony Trio" JOE AND PEARL MATTU8 Wee BESSIE BARRISCALE In her latest feature photoplay "The Notorious'Mrs. Sands" V1TAGRAPH COMEDY CONCERT.ORCHESTRA We state emphatically 'that this is, the best bill we. have ever offered, you. Nights dren 25c. Matinees dren, 10c. Special rnatinee Tuesday 4.30 for children, Adults, 6Dc; chil- Adults, SOc; chil- at of the famous Caine BrltiBjl Unlit THE 'MAPLE LEAFS' 'Influenced by the' nhenominal suc- cess of his 'Dumbells1 and.in.response tq the thousands' of rerjuesta that ho! gather together the fourth-division 'Maple Leafs' for a Canadian toar in their -biggest success' Capt. JI. W. Plurihett is now offerins this crack entertainment corps throughout the- country. cast of, veterans includes Sammy Birch, Ernie' Pcteli. Hughie Williamsoii, Hobby Scott, Bert Wilkinson. Ormond -Perloy. Jim Flarley, Syd Walsh. Jjinmto Gralimn, Morloy 1'lunket't, Jack; Kelly. 1st Div. Girl, Art Mojrison anil Ash- ton ami Benson, the latter two having been thi; star 'girls' C. 2's. Lieut. Ben Allen Is the O. Gi'of the company.. "Tho 'Maple Leafs' were great fa- vorKea Tyith all the.tioj's'.in France and xir Lieut. Wm. Draper Won By Bravery Draper told hh eiperlences with Tan- lac. trou- r C- I J n W L. bied with rnonmatlsm In my arms and On Field But Knock- hack. My muscles were OCR! ami ed Out By Rheumatism }'ack was wcak-and Says Tanlac Comjjletely j position anrt Restored Him, !was Helpless when I lay down _ being hardly able to move. i "I EOt so 1 not inpve about of nlen or walk without 'effort. My appetite X.ll., popular officer in the iirmy. Is still another re- left me and'-A-hen I sal down to the table two or three biles being all I