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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THF WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1920 PHOTOPLAY Pensions Act Should Apply To 1 TheOJJ. BULLETINS v by William others. The production vras Army and Navy Veterans DM! Niw- Insurance Act For Soldiers VICTORIA, OcL (Canadian Discussion of, proposed chan- ges Lnjtlie returned insur- ance act took up of the fore- noon session which started lats of the Dominion Army: and'.. Navy Veterans' contention here todav. The first amendment the convention desires is! a change In the title returned Bold' lera act1 to eisenica men's Insur anca set" in order to recognize pub j JUDGE KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT IT (Special.to The Herald) MACLEOD, Oct. K. P. acXelll rays he has no information thai ho has transferred to the Calgary Judicial dlsirla. mond, the Jesse p.Hampton etar'whohnade under the- supervision of Re; comes .to Phoenix, theatre tomorrow In gram. Friday and Saturday, ll's an original story by 'Byron' Morgan, who created the plot fpr the sole purpose of enter- taining and acau3lug, aud succeeded admirably. ECKHARDT VAUDEVILLE CO. AT COLONIAL TODAY ANC THURSDAY, A distinct tteat-Is in store for loca.! SEVEN ACCIDENTS IN TORONTO TORONTO, Oct. 13.-Seven dft m dents, one the serious poisoning of senled. An attractife variety of _, i theatre goers at the Colonial Theatrd 1 today- and .Thursday, 'for' the 'fainbus (B staff MACLEOD, Bassoff BIH act ia one eliminating the instalment plan of Ballet, sentenced to hang at The veterans desire Out the msnr of a deceased comrade he pala LelUbndge on December 22nd. to his beneflclan or beneficiaries In-------------------------- a 1nmp sum If to desired. Tha insur-j ELEVATOR BURNS ance U was contended rhould be op v tlonal as the amount piid Tho' Bask, Oct SaE-! matter was referred to a committee., Jiatchewan Co-operative elevator at Thrills Aplenty in The convention, endorsed a resolut this place- was totally destroyed by' Photoplay Sandi submitted'by the British Coliim-" fire this morning with Imshels bla provincial command asking Inat of grain lost more he done in tho way cf pensions BO that every pensioner ma> be BOLSHEVIKS WITH TRUNKS ed of Just and generous treatment nti OF MONEY ARRESTED the hands of the nation It was also especially saxaphories, musical glasses, Swiss, handbells, aod scores of other unusual instruments are nsed by the Ectthardts. A brlgh t arid breezy-hour's-fun is assured. Olive Thoriiaa, late wife of Jack Picktord, will' be 'seen In "The Glori- ous Ladyi" special feature made-jusf before 'her fatal trip to Paris, will be' shown, together wllh Eoveral ;6ther fite Attractions. Latest Western To Bt Shown At Empress Tomorrow.; To leap from a high cliff, towering above the river, and land' in. the .water while sticking to the saddle of his pinto pony is .one of the thrilling luiuuo ui luc LL noa aiau. [113 iJiiuu J3 uuo Ul luiniuig opinion thnt MI prmj sions of the! PARIS Oct Russian Bol-' feais accoiniillshed by' William S. pensions act should ha to fpply sherlks from J'oscow were arrested Hsrt In his neyrcst.prodnc- also to members and ox members of at the station. With tion for Paramount .Svhich .i thorn vthey bringing into France will be seen at the Bmpress theatre, trunks! containing 'roubles-starling tomorrow. In the effort to reach tho 'scene of a train .star.viu the-role in jiliisslRii and numerous Bobhevlk booklets. the Royal Mounted Police and men viho not allowed to go overseas on.the ground that their ser- tfces in] Canada for ad- ministration instraction and other purposes. .The committee passed a re olution Introduced by. the command, recommending that "a thor- ough Investigation'be made Into the record of r the Soldiers' Settlement Board of British Columbia. Another resolution passed and which) will b6 forwarded to the department' of-justice, al Ottawa, urged thdt allt members and eimembers of the Royal' Northwest Mbiinted Police now known) as the Royal Canadian Mounted Pol Ice, who have served for the neces COSTS MILLIONS TO period of 20 or longer be granted the'long service auxiliary and colonial forces medal, to which they entitled GENERAL BANKRUPTCY' FACES THE FARMER "WASHINGTON, Oct. fcral and ruin are In- evitabfe .unless some Immediate remedy' Is found to relieve the pre- price situation 'as; It affects the says a report, milled 'tbithe 'agricultural confer- ence heje today by a general co'rnmltteeman appointed to study the' sltua'tlon, Oct 13 his way fnfoi what'Is known-ns the "meat1 room" and 'sawing through iron bars across tie window, George Ing an 18 months term at Regina jail lor forgery and theft, ascaped early last bad already served one year 0f ihe term and classed as a '.'trusty.' For some time he had been cooking lor. other'; prisoners at the jail and more freedom than the others. He was sentenced in a Swift Cur- rent court. OPERATE NEW YORK'S 1 FIRE DEPARTMENT NEW of the is'ew 'lire.' department 'during the' fis- cal year'192X will cost Sew York City according to estimates oubmitted. .to the Comptroller. This is an Increase of almost over the 1920 budget MAMMOTH" PRODUCTION "UNDER i CRIMSON SKIES'1'AT COLONIAL I FRID'AY AND SATURDAY Memories of Jack London and hob- hert Louia Stevenson at their best will he roVlved Colonial Thea- tre next Friuiy and Saturday, when local theafregpers. will ho given their first.view 'of "Under Crtafon the production which so many'flattering reports have beon" and on which nearly expended In tho the Colossus of the screen, has the 'leading role IC this photoplay, and ho is supported by such Mabel Ballin, Harry of takes a. short_cut and in order sto ,be on the death-defying leap. He Is for the bullets from the bandits' guns as he starts to swim his horse ncross the river, and to save the animal, he sends it back and nlone. .'As n bullet passes his head'.he' dives, and the bandiU think .Then he r'andVcqmes out -In time to tiirn the tables and save the treasure so because on ILIs tfie girl he loves; better than his own life; The picture abounds in.thrills and in human auallly that in- sures its reception by. Lam- bert Htllyer directed and also-wrote the scenario from, a story by Kussell A.-BOKS.; Joe, AuguEt, the camera work, which Is declared to.be admirable L Vzu Meter, -Kthelyn Irving, Franfe Brow'ulee, Pail-; Weigcl, Dick La Reno, .'Beatrice Domlnguez, Nobla little Nancy Caswell and J. O. HawkB, aathor of "Under Cripi-' BOB contrived an original story full of the of strona men. full of scones that stir the bloo? and reelete with Incidents calculated to keep one's interest centred closely on the screen. It is.a story of life and adventure on the high eeas, of a whtf la CErryJng contra- rt....tpr. .purposes, .of thejpye of a'sl-ong man for a woman to whom :tell of his. Many and jntojreillng scenes are crowtled' .into the stc reels of film which comprise "Under Crinisoii A storni at sea, Raid lo be the moat realistic ever filmed; "a mn- tiny of a crefr on the high seas and their subjection by the two-fisted between two physical giants on the surf of tbe Pa- cific; a revolution in a South American republic a'nj.tS? fes.cue of a handful of besiege.? Ainertwis from the Am- erican coJjBiihrtf.'jy'iB band of ragged beach. are'H few of tho high Iiv a. jrtKjuctloa which fairly action. X ftriiggle. In j.he.'darknesa, silliness, brolieh by groan; and a robbery, with, tho onus on a lad you Yes, a touch of the'thrilling-mid niyslerious. But it is.iualuly (o'iaugh, bright, sparXllhg, refined comedy jyhcu ".Grumpy" comee to tho ,ou next Saturday, Played Ihe le.adInj roles wfti'Mr. Mar tin Harvey." vtyte lii More recent years he has. takeii the comedy parts in the-Shakespearian-productions of Mr. Robert Oct. 10, iiftw In its tenth I year of friends-mallrag success 'in la thei wholesonie niailp fa-' inoiiB distinguished Cyril! Maude. "Edwards. Lewers, is the acd according to those, who have seen, the, -play; ho portrays the part qulte-as.triumphantly as Mr. llauile. .for, inaiiy years TONIGHT FOR THE The brilliant star of "Every- woman" VIOLET HEMING IN L In Brooklyn Kagle. TODAY AND THURSDAY TEN CLASSY ACTS MUSIC AND AND FROLICS-SONGS AND SKETCHES ADDED ATTRACTIONS OLIVE THOMAS in "THE GLORIOUS LADY' A FIVE-ACt 'SPECIAL FEATURE COMEDY ORCHESTRA DAYS ONLY THE COLOSSUS OF THE SCREEN IN A TERRIFIC RED-BLOODED DRAMA OF STRONG MEW'S PASSIONS AND A WOM- AN'S PURE NOT A SERIAL NOT A SERIAL A story that carrleo you out of your huni- drum life to the volcanic pasaions cf the trop- es and the mighty struggle of a man. woman for Ufa and happiness. Sec If sure. A woman on board a ship packed with for southern mutinous nly one strong, silent man to hild therrl the ever TO MY. is 'ssldoni worthy enough to give it raj it to you to tell yoti that I one of'the greatest Faillifliy 'THE COST' Also comsdy, "Fresh From the Usual lOc arid 3Sc. Empress music. ;