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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta C PAGE TWELYtt SATURDAY, OCTOBER id, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS Not Satisfied With Conditions But Not Enough Money to Maintain Strike '.j. N. Y. HOTELS HAVE REAL HEARTS Oct. (Canadian hotels in this city have'prom Isod to revise -their restaurant price list to help reduce the'cost of living, according to Special As- slslant Attorney-General RIley, head of the squadron." Other hotels are expected to follow In this respect, he said. MERCHANTS Q DONATE FOR POULTRY SHOW (Special to The Herald) COALHURST, Oct. slrik-! Ing miners went back to work thtsj morning following an 0. B. U. meet- UK last night. The North" Aiheri'.au Collieries are now operating with a tall force of men and lifting SOO tons of coal a day, according to a statement made to the Herald by Snpt'D. H. Qulgley. The mine was Idle only one day in consequence of the strike, the company has plenty it orders to keep them busy, r men decided to go back to work realizing the futility of the strike. With winter ahead of them the miners interviewed' expressed themselves as being anxious ia, work steady. O. B tl Ism is not altogether dead ta Coalhurst. This organization in- stigated the strike following the walk- Dnt at Drurahelle'r. Lacking financial backing they were unable to keen tho THANKSGIVING DINNER A COSTLY ITEM Thanksgiving dinners will cost quite a With fur-- key sixty cents a pound and spring 'chicken at fifty, the hcusewjf: who wishes to make a seasonable. spread will find she will have to open her purse strings extensively, Cranberries setm about the only thing that will not run up, a big bill. They have been selling for two pounds for 25c re- cently. (From Onr Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Oct. T. Ver- men out, TV. Clark of the Coalhurst distributed tho ballot local of the 0. B. U. told tho Herald, boxes and the polling booth will be at 'he fern's WOT are fighting for inevitable although It may lake secure them." he said. Mr. Clark defined .the dissatisfaction as a question of "selt- leterminatlon as against outside dom. (nation." Said he: "We-.are dlssatis- Mr. Tolley's Store. Thb.sXRunt has been appointed re-, turning officer. of Medicine Het, gave a very; Interesting talk on the refer- endum question on, Monday night In Ellert's hall to a well filled house. fied with the agreement drawn up by! J. Calgary, was a SES- the U. M. W; of A. We want 'men from the pit to arbitrate "for ns not men from tho States who are out of touch' with' conditions here. They don't know our wants, can-, not represent ns consistently. There v ire many local grievances which'only men. bat of our own ranks fully ap- "There will never be. industrial continued Mr. "until have an agreement drawn up, not by the U. M. rather by repre- sentatives directly appointed by; the men who wield the pick." It is understood that the Drnmheller threaten to in two The Lethbridgo Poultry Show, which takes place in De- cember, promises to be one ot tho most successful of the series held. .There will be the largest list of special prizes offered. This has been made possible by the liberality oi the local merchants, who have donated to it. The prize list will shortly be out, and a copy may bo obtained from J. C. Graham, Secretary of the local Poultry Association. work la Mighty" and Ifering "The Violin -with sented in brllllan by "Elmo (he lias' tho leading (the; merest vestige, of a. plot .the? a-comrjiuiy, oi 300, people. It is now In role la "Under Crimson tbe fun rolling along. ills fifth year in London, and'lt ran'an part of the..captain of a tramp echo on- er plylns tho southern teas. TKe story atto'rds some'-wonderful oppdr- tunlUes for marine scenes; which have been taken advantage .of by the and his The "view of a drew i US fifth year in London, anoVlt ran' an Tho "tils acU' OB .the .bill will-be' entire seasoii in" New.York at the Cent- iio appearance of the- famous "Lake uryTheatre; It Is taslly Iho biggest oppor- City.Trio." Male tnos and qtutrtelttfs- theatrical taken on oil of are'often classed as the w'ost popular toiiri iew terri ----------------------populi, ot al! ynudovilio acts, and In the ap- jKiaraiice at-tho Colonial-oa -Monday and.Tuesday: of the Lake City-Trio, local vaudeville'fans "Ere'going'tb be reefing sail during a terrific storm at sea is ona'of the most effective scenes [thrown oh a screen In a long tlmvv thcf seiion. Classy harmony The story of "Under Crimson hers, 'some wonderful plauo deals with the attcmvl of a gun-run-i aer to rcunillons to tho revolutionists of. a South, American, republic -'the, false Im- prisonment Gsiptain "BarstoWi'who is forced; to shoot the ringleader'of tho crew durinsf'anjktleraptedlmut- iny. How the 'captaili makes hia es- cape from'the becomes engsgemeKl -.-of "Onimpy" lie to- vey and RohertxB. Maiitell is now in the title role, supported by an all star cast. Strenuous Time As Bride In New Film Pretty Star Appears In "Sadte a Screen Version of Popular Brtiadway Farce. AT EMPRESS MOM. .AND TUES. tbo master, of beach ers. and later the rescue of the American colony just as'Ihe'plot ,df the conspirators .is. about to-bfe turned oh their afford ma- terial most thrilling and interesting r 'photoplays of the year. There is the oeojssary love in- terest to give the story the proper touch of sentiment, and ajfight on tho be.sch between two physical giants gives the picture a tremendous punch. Under be shown at the Colonial for the last times to- night iness visitor. !h town on Tuesday. Miss Long has taken a position in the store of Mr. A. R. Shea. Mr. .of 'Calgary, -was in town on business on Wednesday. Mr. Allen, of the I.H.C., Lethbridge, was a business Tisitor In town on Tuesday. f "Aliss Evelyn Jbchemn spent the week end with and MrtlJ. Jochernii. i "Mr. H. L. Thompson left last Wed; njsday for a Visit with his parents and relations, at Milwaukee, Soldiers' Grove, Wis., and. other points. Dr. and ilrs." Giles .and .-Mrs. Bar- tram jhotbred to Lethbridge on Sat- weeSs If thero Is'any.discrimination urday..' asamst the menrand theCoalhursii Jack, Doherty. lUTfil1 -Mr. local may take'the' same stand, Clark: averred 3ohn Snow an'Sther O.B.TJ. leader, fald the movement was gathering 'strength and reiterated substantially the statement of Mr.-Clark: of Lethbridge, HEAVY TRADINGV5N was in-town for a couple of days. last week. J. Dugan, Af the Bant of Commerce, eft' on: Saturday for Medicine Hat, where ha has been transferred' to the Sank.of.Commerce.1" Dan O'Connell and ,f DROPPING MARKET ..Trading in wheat through D. B; Har- office this morning, was market. October wheat on the Winnipeg exchange went down four cents and November, dropped al- most Tyre cents. down slightly more than fire, ceuts, hut oats yrcnt np'.half a cent. .On the Chicago exchange wheat dropped-, four cents for Decemher and for March the same Binonnt. Oats dropped in Chicago. ;The prices are: October wheat, at Winnipeg, opened J2.41; high low close 0.37; November, open I2.35U, high low and 'close December forr open, for high and for low and close 12.13. Chicago wheat opened at and closed at f2.H. ANGLO FRENCH LOAN PAID NEW o family 'returned on Saturday from a week's holiday spent at Edmonton. Mr, F. a trip to last. Mph return ed to jridge-oh Friday after spending'the week in town'on business. Mr. -Thompson was a' Leth- bridge victor on last Friday. Jir. S. 1. Harris was a Sweet Grass visitor on Wednesday. :Mrs. C. A.. Hunt left on Saturday for. Lethbridge where sho will visit with Mrs. Becker and her sister, Mrs. Grant, at Barons. The Women's institute met on Wed- nesday at Iho home of Sirs. S. T.. Har- ris. The ladies decided to hold a ser- ies of: card parties for the winter! months; .also appointed their commit-] tee to 'work at tho polling booth on[ election day. They are to meet at the homo of Mrs.- H. L. Thompson at their next meeting. A dainty lunch was served at the'coneluclor. by the host- ess, assisted by Mrs. Thompson. Sirs. Bagpall was entertained at the home of Mra.-'-Tolley during her stay Playing much the same sort of role In which she proved BO charming in "The Misleading Billie Burke is again the misjudged young wife gets herself in and out of a laugh- (ib'le mess -in; "Sadie hor new Paramount-Artcnift to be shown at the Empress th'eatfe-neit Monday and Tuesday.- The: story, was adapted from Avery Hopwood's well- known Broadway farce by the same irame. It beaters around a vivacious girl who Bhuitly after her marriage to a handsome Italian count imagined herselt in love with a "twin soul" with whom she had had an'affair some time previous.- f -The entrance of her soul mate's wife and "of a French (lame of the young Italian's, compli- cate matters and cause an'cstrahge- ment between the newly married pair. However, Sadlo, the ters Etralghten themselves outgirthe In love with her husband, and iriat- eud, but not before amus- ing episodes. Prominent in the cast supporting Billie Burke Is James-L. Crane, .the talented young actor was her lead- ing man in "the Misleading Widow.'! Others are, Heddo- and John S. Hobertaon was the director.' T Tonight for the .last S Hart in. his., the best'Haft-'picture shown In the City, GREAT FEATURE AT' COLONIAL LAST .TIMES TONIGHT At the Colonial theatre last' nigh theatregoers of.this city enjoyed the! first view of "Under Crimson the Universal-Jewel feature of which so much had been, heard, i: only fair UTeay that in spite of thi high anticipations of the p.udience, ni one was disappointed. EUnio Lincoln, the physical rcarre ol the screen, who gained promin ence by his portrayal of o the Apes" and more recently, by. hi VAUDEVILLE'AT COLONIAL. MONDAY AND TUESDAY In full; accord-with the Thanksglv- ng holiday, spirit rManager Len S. Brown of the Colonial theatre has ar- anged a special holiday variety show or the Colonial for Monday and that is: really so good as to ID worth giving over; Spicy and s'na'ppy vau'devilis attrac: Ions will make the entire show one ong to be remembered. j an athletic, young gym- nast, will start the fin with his SBU- iationar acrobatici npyelly act.; Bal anclng himself on'his tist things Bud nicka 'ease: file lithe, s'dpple, well developed chap, and will furnish quite a ew thrilb for" tie'holiday audience: Knight.and pay'''vrxllf'bffer their nj- istic musical Epecially act, into whicl :hey interpolate a. number of .-late' song successes and a line of amusing comedy chatter? iThey. title their 6f- :ies, a bright line .of. comedy "splendid sloging will stamp tae.mark of approvol on this act. Comedy In big chunks will be fur- j by the Frauko. Brothers, a speaklng stage. Cyril Claude made ''Grumpy11 famous of continuous sue- "THE GREAT GAME" AT THE PHOENIX Squire Cransham, of the old school, is conSdent that at last he la to realise his ambiiidu to win the derby with his horse "Uoa Heart." There is a plan so that the horse will never reach the Epsom by a bunch of dopers. Tho tu help the his master, his b'oss the iieit and after a tremondouily exciting race. Lion Heart a short head. The boxing it fitted into a suitable place In tint .of comedy lugglers who offer a cess throughout Great Britain Amor. cyclone" of laughs'in their ka and Australia. Ednard Letvers, amazing juggling' act Ttia'act is a r'10 conxedy, ing tight Last time today, 'The lively, one from start to finish. rolei in the productions of Martin Her- Broadway Cowboy J acd'with other good screen attractions and tho Col- onial concert orchestra in attractive orchestral selections, the bill will .un- doubtedly prove- to bo a winner. A special holiday: matinee will be given on and two Bhows.each: evening, at 7 and 9 p.m. J CHIN "Chu Chin the most cele- brated .musical eitravagaura of recent ye are, ,wl 11, b e presen leu F. Ray Conutqck aid 'Morris .O'es't r at tha Grand an> engagement of one commehcihg Monday, November When the'scat sale opens not more than all .tickets will be sold to any one unless credentials are In'order to defeat the alms and plans of the horde of ticket speculators who follow Chin Chow" from city to city'In' order to bny'up the best ceaU and then sell them at increased prices to, limit- ing patrons to sis. tickets only, except in the case of authorized theatre part- ies, has been adopted to protect the Interests of the public. Chow" U a big musical' extravganza of ancient Bagdad, pre-, Sunday Evening ORCHESiAL iTWO-.DAYS, STARTING MOM. -GREAT ATTRACTION ii Beresford's Augmented j Colonial Concert v Orchestra :COLONIAL SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS underwrote the loan in 115. It is understood that payments will Involve more than the gteater part of which will represent the French portion of the obligation, England having anticipated the major part of her share. Today's'payment to' tho largest ever mada In connection With an International transaction. .ft A. P, FROST WILL A NEW SUIT WETASKrWIN, Oct. 16. Big Halg. chief of police here, will boy ex-Aid, t. A. P. of Calgary, new suit o! clothes, and will pay a floe of and .costs Into his polled court, as tho price of his drunken attempt early Wednesday (0 search Mr. Frost for con- weapons, and .found himself (nddenly wjth his own handcuffs on. CIRCULATION 'OTTAWA, Oct. notes fi circulation.'now total They are covered by gold to the ex- lint of atd by deposits ap- securities, to the extent of an- other {14? THIS PAIR SHOULD BE THANKFUL JOORBIN, Ky., Oct. IG.-Capl. pilot, and I. H. Con- y, machinist, members of Barbourvllle, Ky., areo club feel In a burning air- e yesterday afternoon bat eaped Injury, They leaped m tbe machine as it ap- ached the ground. A mo- later the gasolfao tank exploded. left on Wed- Services were held by the Luther- ,ns on Leth- irl'.lse, officlatiiig. Mr. Scarlet left on Monday for Mcd- clne Hat. The United Guild was entertained ast Friday at the home of Mrs. Thomplloh, a dainty lifnch being serv- ed at the conclusion. Mr. Klrby returned from Lethhrldgo on Monday. Mr. Atkinson Calgary on Frl- dny after spending tho week In town on .business. The Catholic ladles' hazaar will be icld on Monday, Thanksgiving Day. n Bliert's hall. Thanksgiving supper icing served from six to eight o'clock, and all kinds of fancy articles Vclng on sale. Help the rorthy cause along, Mr., Chas. Egan, o( Warner, and Mrs. Mangln were visitors in town on Wednesday. A surprise party was given at tbe Komo o( Mrs..'Bell.'on Friday tvening in honor of her birthday. Dancing was the (caturo of-the occasion, a dainty supper being served at the concluslon> There was .07 of an inch of rain fell hero on Thursday of last week. MONDAY AND TUESDAY HlPPOBROfflE-Circuit VAUDplE The best Vaudeville Bill we have ever offered you. It beats last week's great show, SPECIAL FEATURE WESTERN TOUR OF THE FAMOUS LAKE CITY TRIO Comedy Harmony Singers In a Brilliantly Entertaining Act BILLIEBURKB idiB THE ATHLETIC GYMNAST MARVELOUS ACROBATIC ACT The Nifty Couple Knight anS Bay A In their clever comedy Instru- mental sketch, "THE VIOLIN LESSON" United Textile Workers will con- sider raising of million dollar fund to combat nny move to lower wages in that Industry. DR. CONNOR, FELLOW OF AMERICAN COLLEGE SURGEONS Word was received today that, at the convention held in Montreal yesterday. Dr. B. L, Connor of Iho firm of Doctors Cpnnor, And Leech, 'was elected a fellow to mem- ff hershlp In Ihe American Col- lege of Surgeons, EXTRA AODEO ATTRACTION The famous European from the London Hippodrome In a mllc-a-mlniite cjomedy juggling specialty act! Feature Photoplay The Popular Star H. B. WARNER IN "Uncharted Channels" A drflrna of love and laughter. Comedy Fealura "Three of Stocl ings" SCREEN MAUAZINt CONCERT ORCHESTRA children 25c. Adults 60c, Children 25c. Nlnhts: Adults 60c, BIG SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEE MONDAY AFTERNOON AT 2.30 Arfolph Zukor Presents BILLIE BURKE (By" arrangement with F. ZJeg- fleld, Jr.) in "SADIE, LOVE" "Why, my clear, -the thing is perfectly scandalous. "Imaging1 Sadie hadn't heen married, ten mlnulea till she said a mistake and began carrying on with that young Jlramie Wakely.: Actual- ly. planning to marry'him, too. .And the minister hardly oat of Ihe house! "Then, to malio matters worse, who should appear but a wife that Jlmmlo had married some. where? Is It any wonder folks are talking? "You're sorry for Sadle'3 hus- band? My goodness! you need- n't bo. With a -French woman hern In (own hrazenly calling him her 'twin aonl'? That's one of the reasons Sadie lost her taste for him. Dear mo, what'a the world coml.Tg At tho Empress Thea- With Dllllo You don't say? But tho affair Is so shocking, really come, lot's get tlcketsl" A wonderful holiday attrac- tion nt prices that III Iho lOc and 35c LAST TIME WM. S. HART IN I PosltiTely his very latest, and pronounced as1 the best "Hart" picture shown In tho city. PHOENIX THEATRE 1 1 Hurl 1 MONDAYi TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 1 EXHIBITORS' D'ISTRIBUTING CORP., LTD., PRESENT Bombardier Wells (The Former English .Boxing in 'THE GREAT GAME' 'BY ANDREW SOUTAR The great English Drama that took New York by ttopnc. SEE the Race of all races (the Derby) run. SEE the Great Fight to a finish in the boxing ring. This picture played on Broadway for1 fifteen weeks straight. Same Adults 25c, Children lOc. Evening, Adults 35c, children 16c. _ V OUR MOTTO If we are paying price for our pictures; or smull. Soc'wlll we charge In the evening, that's all! performance of the play that de- lighted London and New York audiences. SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG 4 -RAWORTH'8 0, 75c, 56c. TO THE; THEATRE GOERS OF THE CITY OF Today we make the most Interesting announcement we have rnade since the drflanliallon of the Trans-Csnada Theatres, Limited. We believe.the information 'contained 'In the following statement will be read with intense all who value the best and most artistic in the world .of amusemsot. i When we assumed control of the Grand Theatre, we promised the citizens of Calgary, the btsgest theatrical attractions of all and now wo are happy and proud to announce that have contracted with F. Ray Comstock and: Morris Gest; producers of tho' world- famous "Chu Chin whereby that brilliant and gorgeous tacle of ancient Bagdad, the world's beautiful production, will appear at the Grand Theatre, week commencing Monday evening, November 1st. "Chu Chin Chow" Is a gigantic and gorgeous musical extravaganza, In 14 scenes, with 13 musical numbers, produced on a scale of colossi) grandeur, employing the services of 300 people.. It was prlglhally pre- scnted In London at His Majesty's Theatre, nearly five years ago by Oscar Ascrie, In association with the late Sir Herbert Tree, and l> still playing there to capacity. The -A.rnerlcari production of "Chu Chin Chow" was. made by Messrs, Comstock and Gest, after the payment of the biggest royalty ever known In tha theatrical world, In New York more than three years ago, the scenery and costumes being Imported from England and being exact duplicates of the originals. "Chu Chin Chow" ran one entire season In Bpston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and several other .big ,cities, This great once more presented In New York at the Century'Theatre In August, for a return engagement, and now em- bellished with many additional scenea and new costumes, comes here direct frorn engagement on Broadway, Owing to Intense Interest In the engagement, MAIL ORDERS'for this Important theatrical event will now be received. Send remittance with self-addressed stamped envelope for return of tickets, and as there wilt unquestionably be an avalanche of mall orders, please name choice of two performances to Insure getting seafa, J1.Wr S2.00, 52-50, %IM and Main Flpor Wednesday Matlneei J2.00 Saturday Matinee: (o 10c; arid over. 25c, MAKS ALL CHEQUES PAY- 1.50 to ?2.50 and over, 2ic. MAKE ALL CHEQUES PAY- ABLE TO TRANS-CANADA THEATRES, LIMITED. We believe tlie engagement of "Chu Chin will be the most notable event ever known ot this theatre. TRANS-CANADA THEATRES, Limited. M. S. JOINER, Ret, ;