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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THP HFRAfD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, t920 PHOTOPLAYS Are AH Apprentices Until They Reach 40; Rich Thereafter laundrywomen o( Madrid are probably (he flnttt ol their profession in the world! Nowhere else does tie linen come home so delightfully clean and It Is all accom- plished with cold water. Withlu sight ot tto windows of Kins Alphonso's palace any flay-of Including Sundays, may be seen acre after acre of snow-white Ha en spread out to dry along the banks of the Manganares. In the turbulent water ot thin creek, lor St IE nothing more In spite of its sonor- ous name, virtually all the washing for the-million or so inhabitants of Aladrld is done. Closer corporation .than that of the Madrid washerwoman .can scarcely be conceited. ;Soae of -those- working here in the profession over 40 pastinistrcss, lor they'hare to eerie an apprectice- abJp years before they are permitted to underUte work oa their owa account." the call of tub Is too strong for them ever to desert the Mouzauarcs until the Heal call comes. CITY AND DISTRICT Attention Jilt Battery ThP annual dinner will tafce place at falpary on November ISth. All those wishing to attend will Bead I their name to W. M. Harris. Sherlock reception meets any new bejore 5lh- corae'r coming wila.a, bundle ot Jinen to wash. Ail kinds of Insults are hnrled. her by the regulars; her linen disappears as "if by aiaglc aud Is found again only after long search. Any man not an ordinary dirty linen porter Is in tjven worse case. He is splashed: with acds and in If ha escapes with his clothing Intact. The experienced laundrywomen. as- sert.no yomari learns how to wash properly imtll she his pasted W years of age. Till then Bio must work as an understudy to the others, earning only the small pittance of one peseta daily while doing so'. When she sots up for bertelf she af once takes ap- prentices and rapidly imasses a mod- est fortune. It seenn however, they never retire to enjoy Velr riches, for Aspirin at Air without the: "Bayer. Gross" Rheumatism, Lumbago, .Sciatica, Neu- ritis, take, Aspirin marked with the serihed by pbysictuns for over nine- Memorial Service to Dad In the Salvation Army Citadel all day tomorrow. Adjutant Hartr and Lieut. Ede, wlil be la charge of all services. In the morning, and at P-m- officers and com- rades will take yart In a memorial ser- to our late belored aged bixrthor Datl Haynes, special music and songs for tbe service. All soldiers aro re- quested to wear their arm bands. All are welcome lo the meetings. of teen years. Now made in; Canada. name Aspirin a L? Accept an unbroken is cmfy one must say vj .Aspirin the tradsrnetk (rtglittred In of VanufactcrB of Mopo- of SKtScytlcacld. TVblle It la lo rrslit tti'i public bf-'Eaye'r CompADy''! Handy" tin boxes containing 12 tab- lets cost hut few cents, pruggiata also seU larger packages. with present condition of the liquor traffic with bootlegging, and illicit sale.'you can vote or stay at home, But if you are NOTSAT1SFIED with things as they are YOUROEYCHANCE to have them changed is to Shall the importation and the _. bringing of intoxicating MfV liquors into the Province forbidden? Shall the importation and the bringing of intoxicating liquors into the Province be forbidden? Inserted by the Social Service League William Farnum In Striking New Role In nothing that h'e erer: did stage or screen has Wlllbin Farnum given a more convincing tion of his Tersatillly1 than the giyes In "Heart the Fox-produc- tion vrhlch opens at the Em'pjess the- atre on Monday. Thei public, jnoat familiar is-Ith Karnum as -thei. robust, daring, fighting hero, here him presented as a musical only a but a master the Tiblm." ?'-Vl" Here is a contrast as it is effective, woven inti'.i'story marvellous heart thrill- ing throughout with the big dramatic moments.-Mr. Farpum'a per- 'formance Is one of esqulsiteH finish and tender'appeal.' Tonight for the last Hay In "Alarm Clock AndyV'-and a reel Slack Bennett BLANCHE SWEET ACCUSED Blanche who Is Girl In the Web" at the Phoenbt neit Monday and ed of so many crimes de- fense, she has to turn sleuth and catch the criminals. Hiss Sweet social secretary-to Samnel; .Van Zile Janncy. She Is accused of i stealing Mrs. Jannoy's jewels, kidnapping her granddaughter and alleriattieiHhe :af- fectfons of the child's has .quarreled -Lwitn -.his Th'ere J rhing% w. Blanche Sweet who. caught the thief and aided In rescuing the child. After her name "The Girl In the Weh" says Yes to her" hero, enacted- Others', in the cast "are 'Christine Mayo, Artele Harrington, Thomas "Jefferson, Hay- ward and Peaches Jackson. theatre on Monday and Tuesday when the new Hippodrome Circuit show is offered. J The big feature; >4 on the bill will b3 a spectacular naval and military musical novelty offered by' Saxon, Chaoard, and Leonard. This clever trio present one of the snappiest and fastest acts of its kind and make an admirable- headline attraction. A touch of miLSlcal comedy will be given to the bill with the appearance ot Westerly and Chase, the late musi- cal comedy favorites. Miss Westerly Is rightly called "the girl of many and Mr. Chase has the abil Oriental tacln at His Theatre, Lon- don.. This seuoa tarty4Te new nequlru are used te Ue famoiu Ba- unh scene In Bagdad, and a new lea o( balleU have beee staged by Mile, Gulda who .eame trvm to Buperrlia the big After the local engagement ol "Chti Chin Chow" .will, hire an extended tour; that Includes-every .-city In the U. Cauada, and require two years of playing to complete. Usual mattneei wtU be Wednesday and Saturday. SUNDAY EVENING 9 P. M. ORCHESTRAL CONCERT COLONIAL THEATRE Beretford'i Augmented Orchestra -And He was dierl a back-country fld- He became Society's pet! He sacrificed all for love of his sisterl How did he redeem himself? WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS MUAM -HEARI STRHfGS A Big Sacrifice of Brother for Sister By Henry Albert? Phillips Directed.by J. Gordon Edwards r SEE IT-AT CALGARY, AJta., POSITIVELY ONE WEEK ONLY COMMENCING MONDAY NIGHT, NOV. 1, 8 P.M. Owing to enormous size ot production! and length of performance, curtain rises promptly at eight o'clock. Patrons are respectfully re- quested to be In their seats by that time as POSITIVELY no OM will be seated during the first scene. PRESE'NTATION IN THIS CITY OF THE BIGGEST AND MOST COSTLY ATTRACTION EVER SENT ON TOUR 1 ,THE HiSTORY OF THEATRES IN AMERICA F. Ray :Cprristpek and Morris Gest Present .The World's Most Beautiful Production Positively the pit Gorgeous, Gigantic, Magnifl- cent, Fascinating, Enihralllng and Superb Spectacle: Ever Known In. the History of the American Stige CHU A MUSICAL Extravagtnu OF THE ORIENT I Company of 300 14 Big Scenes Now ln: Itx Fourth W Year at His Majw- f W ty's Theatre, London B a Written, and Created by Ojcnr Atclie H Muilc by: Frederick A Norton DIRECT FROM ONE YEAR AT CENTURY THEATRE, NEW WITH COMPLETE, ORIGINAL PRODUCTION INTACT POSITIVELY NEVER BEFORE In the history of the English speaking stage has there been produced anything so superbly gorgeous, so brilliantly artistic, so magnificent In its staging, coloring and costumes, as this beautiful extravaaanza of Nights, 51.50, J3 and" Main. Floor Wednei- day Matinee J1 50, and Main Floor J2EO Saturday Matinee J2.50 and Main Floor Positively Only Times in Western t ress MONDAY TODAYFORTHE LAST TIME THOMAS n. INCE PteBenfs CHARLES COLONIAL J HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE UNUSUALLY GOOP HEADLINE ATTRACTION SAXON, CHANARD AND LEONARD IN A SPECTACULAR NAVAL AND MILITARY -MUSICAL MELANGE BLANCHE HAZELTON ZCMth'.tCenUiry Girl" In Songs, and Storlet and DAGNEAU "The (jouihirn In an Artlatlo Specially Act MUSICAL COMEDY FAV6RITES THE KLE.VER KOMEDY.KOUPLE PRESENTIWQ THEIH MUSICAL NOVELTY 'SPECIAL PHOTOPLAY The DellBhtful Star 7 Tlt'tt 1 i Ol Zasu nits in Tho Most Original Comedienne of the Screen tn a .Drimi of Love and" Good Cheer PRICES, 60 CENTS MATINEES, CHILDREN...................'. 10 CENTS CENTS CHILDREN.. 25 CENTS AlARM CLOCK A show that "goes off" for an hour and a quarter! And gains speed overy minute. The smashing (ale of a stut- tering salesman who starts to work like thirty cents and ar- rlvea in lovti like a million dol- lars. Alto Two-Reel Mack Sennetl ComtaV. ;