Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
V-PAGE EIGHT THE TUESDAY, OCTOBfirt PHOTOPLAYS KING SENDS MESSAGES TO DOMIMONS UPON THE RETURN 1 HOME OF PRINCE OF WALES The Menace of Drugs (By Brtce Btlden, M.D.) LONDON, Oct. As- King has sent the following telegram to governors ot dominions and states visited by the Prince of Wales on his recent Aus-. traUan tour: "On the return homo of the Prince el Wales I ask you to express to my representatives In and peoples of the dominion! and colonies be vUlled, my heartfelt appreciation of the universal affection and loyal enthusiasm evinc- ed toward him throughout his travels. warm-hearted and spontaneous manifestations of regard for our old- est son _hav'e deeply touched the -Queen and myself. Wo have follow- ed with pride and the triumphant.success of his mission and all the more BO when we recbgnlaed that these happy results are.chiefly due to his own personality, to the buoyant and jovial spirit In.which io has played-his parL to his sense of duty and to the unstinting manner, in he has given of his bcsL "This and previous tours have glx- him special opportunities to gain knowledge of our overseas dominions colonies and to become personally aconainted ;witb their people. "May such Intercourse create fresh ties, .of conGdence and "devotion be- tween the throne and the generations Second Select COLONIAL DANCE K.-OF'P. HALL Thursday Evening This Week 'Dancing from 9.30 to 2. Lunch at midnight. BERESFORD'S SIX-PIECE ORCHESTRA Perfect Door. Sectsn Invitations from Len S( Brown or Chaa. Beresford Phones or 1806. i present and future of these great lands and' thus promote the unity, strength and "prosperity of tbe em- pire: spu this wide and happy ei- perierice will ever be a priceless tms- session." The Prince's LONDON', Oct. on lauding today from the battle cruiser Renown-tho Prince of Wales "I have visited two great self-gov- erning dominions-and-British colonies. British institutions are not, of course, in the same slate of development in all these British lands, but every- where, .without exception, the spirit is the same.- 1 return most deeply touched and Impressed by the unily and Etrength'of sentlmcuc which binds, al! "parts of the dominions to the crown and make the future of the British ..Empire .secure. So firm and clear IE ihis devotion to Dritish Ideals and_to their head, the king, that my travels from beginning-to end. havo been a profoundly loving and inspir- ing experience. 1 am looking forward greatlj-'now to my stay at-home. We Drug habits of all.kinds can' often be traced, to hereditary neurotic ten- dencies, the neurotic being ove'rsonsl- tlvc to drug stimulation.' The recently enacted federal will help many neutrutictq attain futurg success by nulling out of his. way-the narcotics like ulcobol, which enslaveil his. an- cestors and to which lie himself, has perhaps succutnijd' temporarily. Alcohol Is often used under the im- presskra that it is .a nourishing food or that It Is a valuable tonic for norv- ous depression. Those Vho feel the need of a narcotic like alcohol are al- ready in a bad way and are very prob- ably of the defective nervous type which most readily becomes a victim of drug stimulation. These people suffer much more than the normal types who can physiologically afford to Indulge in the temporary effect of coffee, alcohol, or cigarettes. The most deplorable effect of drugs Is not so muca the physical reaction, which Is liad enough in itself, but the terribly demoralizing meiitsl effect which weakens the will. The action of alcohol and tobacco indulgence on the will is an interesting process, by which tbe depressed victim of a de- The old Canadian cruiser Rainbow, shown above, is to bo iouvorted Into a barge to carry ore from tbe North. are still, I tear, only at the beginning fective nervous system is temporarily of the labors necessary to restore our i relieved of his sadness and sense of credit and prosperity after the pro-1 inefficiency only to find, when the aril- longed strain of war, and we arc Octal sense ot security is over, that deeply Interested in onr problem of reconstruction which all parts of the nation uiustpulj together to solve." Warmly Greeted LONDON; 'Oct. Prince ol Wales made a triumphant arrival in- to London yesterday. The prince travelled from Portsmouth iu the royal train'with Jfiis brotb'ers, the Ditice of Prihco ijcary, and rec'eWed frdm-- great crowds Uuroughontfhts .Victoria Etfltion. ;whero they jjasV- profiijj'ely .'large itahnefs'SoVe and "Welcome Home." The King and Queen, Princess Mary and the Dowager. Queen Alexandra, other members of the royal family, LJoyd George, several members ot cabinet and .other distinguished per- were at station. Tho prince with" his brothers proceeded to Buckingham' Palace in the carriage with n; mounted escort along streets blaiiiig with.Sags and bunting and overilo.wjng 'jvlth which ,had Wen gathering 'since Nearly-morning. Everywhere be was-giveu'a' tumultu-: ous reception., Many Americans .-are dodging the high war- lax by failnjar) tickets In' vVindsor'Trllh Canadla'n money; the problem is still farther from solu- tion than ever. This Is because these' drug's bring on a mood in which the sense ot inadequacy common to neurotics is dispelled for a' short lime, and it seems as tliongh.his dem-essiou .will chauce of a genuine flgrii. against his IUD handirap is lost. 'Vj In, the case of tbo t-igarelteisinqk' er, every, little ofcjjaiiy existence Is. met-'.with, the-arlifiqlat drug.-. rary satisfaction fails to'appear, be- cause the system has become deaden- ed Id the effect of a sedative so often nsed. It is now that Eome crisis arises, some crying need of'great strength of purpose, and the defective Bnds that has been displaced by drugs. GOLDWYN STAR SHINES AS EQUESTRIENNE Mabel Normand proves to be an equestrian of co llltle skill in her new Goldwyn Pjclnre, which is showing at'the Phoenii theatre to- ilght. Her long scre'eu career his icrctofore- beou'- punctuated with >roofs ot her; ability to swim, run, tamp, dive; handle fast motor cars, and otherwise'perform In the field pi sport, but It-woa aot until hef dires- or, Victor Schertzinger. wrote and limed "Pinto" that she was given a chance to Ehoiy her prowess in the saddle. The beautiful spirited horse which Miss Normaiid rides in this picture was found only after a long and diil- gcnt search by Goldwyn's cowboy scout. The, Edendale owner at flret" refused to loan the animal for picture wort, but afU; being the is'be.is "l ent.rcly, fondly upon tho tbe'show being seen'-here for large sum offered for the horse's use, the first time yesterday iml yflvfi Iri'i, i_ perhaps because lie really'did :have legs, and appointed herself champion of tho spotted beauty. Sbo rode him down to the- stables every evening after work, and personally saw.'to It that the cowboys treated Legs .with care and deference. j Alter Mabel and Less had gotten thoroughly acquainted, the stunt scenes were made. Tbe principal'of these nndMhnt most difficult tp set was'the oiijNn which Pinto raids ttie cowboyc' crap game at a gallop.. vvbojjlns flojvii and guihering up the] mouey a.s passes through' the' the' '5 scatter quick enough' occasions their move- VICTOHIA, Oct.. (Canadian AUCTION SALE Horses, Cattle and Fam Machinery SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16TH AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.. SHARP ON THE W. J. REDltiON FARM TWO MILES NORTH OF BURDETT' JAMES L. LARSEN, Auctioneer. two, hundred delegates In'-attendance annual convention of the. Army and Navy Veterans' as- sociation of Canada opened delegates being welcome's hy'lilV-Wor-" ship Mayof Robert Porter, Jlrig. Gen; jeral J. A. Clarke ami ulheri convention ha'd to o'hior I by W. J. Timper. K. yresilient. The I business session pt the 'convention will continue nnlilVFriday; i An elaborate'program 'of enterlain- [menl for.the Ytstllnj; -delegates' has j been prepared by the" members'of the [Victoria ami provincial-, branches ot the association during their s.tay; in this city. I Outstanding matlers-t6.be'discussed In the national convention' the j returned soldiers' pro- t.posal to petition the federal declare Halifax In.lh'e theatre of war, and a new constitution. .PROVINCE OF ALBER-TA, By virtue of a Writ of Bxeciitlon Issued -out of the Supreme-Court of Alberta at the milt of CAMPBELL, .WILSON HiDiRNE, LIMITED AND HENRY SHIELS, doing business as the NORTH LETHBRIDGE and the NORTH LETH- BRIDGE SHIELS, Defciirtfint to me dlrected-flgatnsl (tieEGoods nnd Chatteln of t HENRY SHFELS and the NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY I have seized and taken Into Execution the following Poods and namely; Complete Confectionery and Bakery Business Locat- ed at 404 ThirteenthrSt, hforth, Lethbridge Oven, all equipment-arid'stock for Bakery; also e1uiPmcnt Confectionery" Business, Including SODA FOUNTAIN, CASH STOCK, FITTINGS, 'FIXTURES, etc. stock Sheets msy be seen at the'.oifice.of the undersigned In the Court-House, Lelribridge. bc jade en bloc, at a dollar, and detllt-. mtnt be made from the Stock Sh'ctts'as presented. WHICH I SHALt, EXPOSE FOR SAtE ON TUESDAY, THE NINETEENTH DAY OF OCTOBER, At 404 THIRTEENTH ST. NORTH, LETHBRIDGE At the Hour of 2.30 in the Afternoon Sheriffs Office, Lethbrltfje, Oct. Slh, 1920. I, MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff, j i Judicial District of Lelhbrluge. YOUNQ SAFE ROBBER Locked Himself In With Him When Released. rather Ingenious plan to burgalize the vault of the Brm of i Eugeno Jn'Jen fc Company.-.UmltciJ, jol this city, -was, it 'is allegc'd'-by the police, carried out.on Wednesday iTght by Joseph Whtagne, junior clerk, aged fifteen years.. :.Locking himself up the vaultjat closing lime, on Wednesday evening with a .screw driver and a wrench, he endeavored to get out later in Ihc evening, but .broke the', sctnw -.driver in the attempt, lie Ihe.n jwu'mlcd ori the door ;and attracted Hie attention j of the night released (him. One of the heads ot Die firm was silmmoncd and 'fha lad's 'Sl6ry ncrcpled "that he'ihad. been iockcil -.in the .vault accidentally. He was then ilaken (t> his home in an outomobiie. I Yesterday, howo.vcr, when ho fait I ed to .ippiiar at work, an inspection jot the vault was nmdo and [found that a mini of was rniss- (Ing The Provincial Police were '.tncn put on the case and locattd. tho lyoiinfTburglar and a Ihirtecn-ycar-filii j brother at Sic. Anne do 'miles'from this city, having ;i ride In .a taxi: They were brought to Ihis city and held at the Parliament CAN SPARE AN EAR, HAIR FASHION COVERS THE EARS ANYWAY DETROIT, Oct. Mabel Truckey, 21, mother of two chil- dren, wants to sell her left ear to Frank S. Quecada, of New York City, Cuban planter, who recently offered for one that could be grafted to his head. "Vanity aces out of the back floor when the wolf Is at tbe front she said. "I can spare my left ear, for with women wearing their hair the way they do now It will never bi eRUlSER BECOMES ORE-CARRIER tlo'n's of "canfne Intelligence ever seen on tie local elage. Don and Everett arc two wonderful dogs, "Doc" Do Xyle being trainer, A wonder- ful enhiblllou-.Qf-ufivv tricks made the act enVpniest act ,ol Its kind yet berftj'an any "Hip" chow was Mae, and La a trfd who nave a penchant for criterialnineal.0 Vornja plays Jiflbii. 'Toil'' ture The two elrls-in look .well aad are Excslleht Vlolet Hemlng which will be on view tne Empress theatre for today and tomorrow. However, tho photoplay'is by no' means of .1 depressing' charac- ter, abounding.In jolly scenes ot small town and colteso. life and carrying a happy ending to- send you away smil- ing. Her motion picture engage- ment was as the heroine In the spec- tacular Paramount Artcraft picturiza- tlon of "Eyerywpman." In "The Cost" she has a role of unusual appeal and dramatic force. She .will continue to appear In pictures under the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation banner. Other good attractions, including a splendid two-reel Mack Sennet com the City." EXCEPTIONALLY. GOOD VAUDEVILLE IAT COLONIAL A-varloty of -vaudeville seldom seen the Co- ere y the Ver- Albert .and Roiella In the iorm of-n MUSICAL ECKHARDT'S VAUOE. VILLE SHOW AT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, Music, merriment, eong, dance, lull, snappy .vaudeville sketches, clever in- strumental specialties, amazing illu- sions, remarkable violin playing, and a general pot-pourr] of all that Is best iu polite vaudeville will- be. seen at lite Colonial theatre on Wednesday Anrl ThyrtfrtaY th'S famous EciSardrs Company will EU the bill. Their appearance will make an ac- ceptable mid-week vaudeville attrac- tion ot the Colonial, A special photo- I'lay bill witb Olive Thomas In "Tho Glorious Lady'" the feature, will also be sliowii. nn'd Tearl Mattus furnished fif- teen-ininutes of snappy song and dance-put over wilh.lots' of pep. They art" a diminutive couple, full of life; and sure can'dance. De-Nyle, Don. and Everett proved I to be one of the most "GRUMPY" The all-star English cast supporting Ediranl lowers in the UelightCut.i 'English comedy, whicli will! bu seen at the Majestic for. one night j oniy.rtn next Saturday, Oct. 1C, in-: eludes Jlr. Frank Compton, a former f leading man ot the Drury Lane "com- pany, of London and New York, .who served In the late war as a, captain of the Koyal Irish Lancers, and.- who in his: service Empiro .-suffered severe wounds aad won'the Military Cross for valor In the field. He is a son of the famous English comedian, Edward Compton, and a brother of Compton MucKcnzic, author of the delightful littie book, "Poor: Rela- UOIIB.-" The war service rebord.3 of the members of tho cast are j creditable; Trevor Bland seirecras a! Major In the Royal Field Artillery; Frederick -Monti was a member.of the Iniperial Army Transport corps In Franco, and Mr. Jackson the'rank-of Lleutonant In the Royal Flying corps. Tho lady members ot the cast include Miss Peggy Dutidas, a Lewitching ingenius, who won-fame with'Bcn Greet and Sir Herbert-Tree. Besides -'her varied experience dramatic work she has given evidence of considerable ability in musical comedy., in which direction, she'-has sUstained-inany leading roles. ECthor a most attractive and talented young lady, and possessing besides her, good looks, a very howltnhinR "way and Miss Vlplet flail Caine, nlec.c ot the famous author. Mart Coming less Dill Hart v.( "out Into the caUns counlry of'llic (treat Southwest; to inakii'hls np-.v iilclurc, wlitcli will lie the nllractlon at Hie Empress for t'nree days, commencing Thursday, liill IjBlIovos In aliSolulc rcaliam in all his pictures. This lo positively Hiiro best, TONIGHT J, ETH 4J.A VE'R JOE AND PEARL MATTUS" BESSIE7 BARjRISCALE In her latest feature photoplay "The Notorious Mrs. Sands" COMEDY. Adujts 60o, children 25c. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT' The "Maple Leafs" in "Camouflage" A few good scats still avail- able. Phone 1722. Violet lieming InlheCosfA Strong Picture AT THE PLAYING The IrnRcdy of love when ft bo- stowed upon an unworthy object Is shown tellingly ir. "The the I'nrarnount Arlcraft picture fcalnrlng EMPRESS THURS. AND FRIDAY SAND Today and Tomorrow Violet Hemiiig Star of in "THECOSF Mack Sennelf comedy, "Freati from the City." TODAY ahd TOMORROW iNormand airrememijer htr as Now ne'rier iri.-her.lit'ctt :'.'''rl GETS ITS Sept showing toir4y; 3nd torribrfpw Attraction Thii Week MODERN VAUpEVILlj HE IN THEIR 1920 VAUDEVILLE WiTH C. G.ECKHARDT, the Popular Comedial MONS. COURTIERE, Parisian Illusionist; FRANCIS -DE -HOLLIS, Singing Comedienne, and the original f _c in'it Fun Galore.- TEN .SPECIALTY ONE A FEATURE .The season's most novel and entertaining show, In addition to regular great feature .photoplay show WED. AND THURS. FEATURE OLIVE THOMAS in The Glorious Lady MAJESTIC THEATRE ONEDAYOllSATURDAY.OCllfi An" artistic performance of the play that de- lighted London.and New York audiences, ,SEAT SALE OPENS ARMSTRONG 4 .j 7Sc, 50c.