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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE TWrHBRTDfiR HATTY HFKALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE Once Highly Organized R Business is Practically Destroyed ASPHYXIATTED IN -1 A LUNCH CART SHiEBROOiCB, Oct. In their place of busluees in a laoch cut, two brothers, tinII and Bomtta. were foaod dead br jUMn-ky tUs Borolnz From imair ww toU at Uw Inqueit It that tike-two men had started to prepare breakfast bad pot a pot of on a gas barnar to boil. It Is assumed that fell ulee; and the coutents o! pot-boUed orer, pattlne out the aBovteST to es- cape. UXfUON, Oot Associat- ed- throojhout most LOSDON, Oct. Siberia, formerly UM aoU-bolshevii headquar- ters, ot the late Admiral Kokhak, has been transformed Into a boltheilst mat of the soviet gov- ernment for all Siberia, chjefly' by. the use of red banting, red and red propaganda posters anil pamph- lets printed in Moscow MX) sent to Siberia. _. New; street .signs, featuring bplaheT- Iheroie street Scotland to. 11 the country arches and monuments constructed of dry neit Tuesday and and painted-red are other than- will aatll the middle of Do- ges, The Associated voters three correspondent who recently ''crossed Namely, first, no change; JUissla. of licenses by a Behind', the scenes, Omsk is the aAd-. thirdly, no. licenses ex- pime city of suffering refugees, scant cent for Md hotels clothing and dlfflcu1trllving'..ih and for conditions 'In iccordfng to clubt >cd wholosale Rnsslans who talked to-The' Assocla- Both the "dry" and "iret" factions cor res pendent, and his com- in Olangow eipress confidence. panlon, the first Americans: to'enter'.1 Bdlnbnrgh Is considered doubtful Omsk after Admiral Jtolchak's hur- "drys" have organized rled evacuation. been little for tpelgat "a whole night of prayer relief in an.economic way for the peo- for deliverance from the drink ovll." thare being as much dissatlsiac- under the reds as there was un MANITOBA INDIANS der Kolchak WELL AND HAPPY Gone from Omsk are vari-color ed uniforms of allied missions from WINNIPEG, Man, Oct, Paris, London and Tokio 'and forgot Joba Indians are well and hippy, ac- Is the Omsk eipress the weekly fording to IrJormatlon received at the train loJVladlvostok. The former are Indian office here. So far thore are replaced by eftvovs and missions out no indications of epidemics In any from Moscow, usuall) for food or any part of the country fuppllsK thut for Bummer haa bsen a good Dne" ment to the bol-hevik capital Am inspector J R. Btran Fishing in erican Red Cross nunes and T M Lake Winnipeg Tias been fine Many C A men have bean replaced bs Bol Indians have, been working in the Ehevik workers who wear the red harmt and employers report is Uken Jit Toronto. where he has been engaged erally by the bolshevlki At the other ,8 a specmi wrlter ,or Mag- end of the street Is a great red wooden .line Mr Jenkins has been twenty Wii .1 ".T.1? >Mt man In eaat- tbolihevikl kHlei! ta the fighting near era, western and central Canada Omsk LONDON, Oct. ters of the League of Nations here was closed this morning and the main body of the 'secretariat, numbering more than 200 persons, left by special train for Geneva.'... The secretariat body will (take possession of the lea- gue's new home In THINK EX-KING CAN COME BACK LONDON, Oct. to tha Lucerne correspondent of the London Times, ei-Klng staff seem more; optimistic 'chances today. One member Bald: "Uia .day Is coming." V The idea of Prince Paul being Call- ed to the throne. so :rempto until King Alexander's Illness'that it is understood the prince h'ad been wait- ing for. several weeks for, a. passport to the United'States because he was tired of Lucerne. FamoiM Mtuionary To Vwk Canada any other aitlat OQ the stage oonli Or. W. t.vGrenfell. the great iili- slonary worker, who has inaugurated a campijgtt for the raising o! nn' en- dowment.fma- for the perpetuation of hti misatan In labor. He will per- sonally extend this campaign into Western Canada.' ARRESTED rive Hsh players of tke day. are sufficient until they to. ensure for him a welcome which Their ralf H. V. EtMONp AND MISS EVA MOORE '--I', reich the BreakinfrpulnlycoiJNTRY STORE VODVli 806'ls Old anoujhf (0 -v '-'aiiTt> iT rninuoi -i i TIVAT. COLONIAL ,1 enlist, and their yoiiajr daufbier "is living away.from At seems tSj wife reilltw that ahe- eanndt hope regain her affection iinlean she.' on her uniesn sne. oa tier The arrival Oaaada of the dls-l'lde, takw up her" life where she drop- Ungulshed, Efecltah comedian, ff. It for the fasdnaUoh of her war JSemood, and Ma brilliant wife. Miss i work ud the various phases of-the Bra Moom, an event ot the women's movement. The manner of createil to alTtkeatre-goera! their reconciliation and the results .hn .v. t 'thereof constItttli basis upon which Mr t Esmond haa built up a comedy which. In Its wit. lib genera1 philosophy, dS> aitiaf and who appreciate the In English comedy. Mr. Kamocd and Mias Moore will within few days open an all- Canadiaa toor endar the auspices of Trana-Canada which! will brine public of this Domini appealing home-truths will I.UAB i WILH tue delightful theatrical jEnglish saccessee of the past CANADIAN STEAMERS .TORONTO, Oct. C. C. Bal- mlnlalar'of marine and fish- eries, was waited on here yesterday by.' represenUtlvea of steamship coin-: panies who protected against the action' of the- United States authoritlw ln: 'arresting" are Canadian following, search and demanding bonds .0 amount of for the re- ease o( the Tessels. The bonds hart Iwe'n given aad'the vessels relaasid. The minister promised to look into ._______________ written a cptnwiy lhat 'atOI etude oat u.oac of the few notable state roc- UM wmr jwted, but it Is In W> a wmr play. It deals with a aroge ot the.combat and the trenches and the human McrUce ot the do' not eater rate this pjay. It ktnjtead a comedy to high- est dealing with side of: war aroblems. A husband who returned from the! Iront to do dory tit the war office finds f his :wltei Ul .wrapped np to various kiBda of war work that the has for- fpuen all iioct ber home -The two drin farther and further apart, I i .TONIGHT Ih the big array of good thingi tor the Colonial 'theatre pat- rons' 'tonisht at the .weekly Country Store the theatre will do'ubtless bo- filled ;to capacity. AE suual the first prize'will ba H five dollar bill. Scores of other acceptable gifts will also be given away. "Among the special week-end attrac flP Ubna aud Saturday will be found the following: Anne Cornwall In her sensational dramatic picture, In the and a great two reel Vltagrapb comedy, and Jack Dempsey in latest episode of "Daredevil Jack. Together with the Colonial orchestra theso attractions will raakt up a fine week-end snow x MAGISTRATE DIES SUDDENLY Oct. Myers, magistrate of. Windsoiv.dled suddenly here" this afternoon after, vjeltlns' the parliament buiidingsj SAYS HANNA BAftKING: -.-IT upJWRONG TREE OTTAWA, Oct. Canadian to tho re- marks of D. B. president of the Canadian National' Railways, re affirming his "no- L. G. Pelletler, deputy president of the Order of Railroad Conductors, stated that Mr. Hanna J'ift Marking up ihe wrong tree.7.: The- employees, he jaid. were anxions that national own- ership succeeded and deplored any- thing liable to dissipate "this spirit of good will 'and co-operation. NEW YORK. Oct. the: world's first electrically propelled passenger and freight ship wax sont on her flrirt trial trip from Brooklyn yesterday. The Cuba Is 300 feet In length and has accoraodaUon for 260 passengers.- ________ heaalnarters been] DUTY ON BRITISH GOODS established m the new building whlrn MONTREAL, Oct '3-Initial steps Admiral Kolchak had planned to use have been taken by the customs de- to house his minlsto of justice A partment at Ottawa to clear np the red banner bearing the inscription difficulties in connection with the basis on which duty is payable on goods im- marks the building In front of H Is ported from Britain In future duty a huge granite block, formerly the will bo payable on the exchange value of tt 8tatue of a notahle of of Brlliah paper money, as is tha THE GERMAN BUDGET BERLIN, Oct. the'Reichstag yesterday of .finance' an- nounced that the ordinary "budget amounted million marks and the treaty budget forty-one million marks for.state con- trol showed a deficit of 000 marks. reign of Emperor Nicholas Now a new bust of Ksr! Man. The chief bolshevik commissar for .Siberia, Tavarish lives one of the buildings formerly used as ;an-.American Red Cross'hospital. It It a part of an agricultural college .three miles north of the city i CREW PICKED UP HALIFAX, OcL MncLean and crew of the schooner Adonis which abandoned October 19 In a water- logged condition obont 80 miles north .of Jupiter, Florida, and later report- ;ed ashoru.and battering to pieces, have been picked np by the steamer Cram Creek case with other countries, while it is understood that those who have paid duty on the par value at.the British pound In the bs. to sa- cure refunds of-'the amounts over- TWO LINERS WITH HEAVY PASSENGER LIST MONTREAL, Oct. liners with passenger lists aggregating close upon are due'this week-end. They don and and 'the Mellta, also DEPRESSION. HITS SILK EXCHANGE .TOKYO, Oct. (Associated Yokohama silk exchange was: closed yesterday when prices dropped-telpw the minimum'fixed by the.ou'ylng syndicate. are.In conanltation with the govern- ment regarding the situation. Tho general depression In the ellk industry'Is continuing. It Sprinkle of Sugar over'your cereal dish expensive and it is a needless expense, Try the rich flavor of A blend of vhsat and malt- ed barley rich in its own sweetness. drape-Nuts requires no sugar and this is only one 6 fearture of its gen- eral usefulness and economy. At Grocers Everywhere ELECTRICALLY PROPELLED .-PASSENGER SHIP "Wild Men Wanted' Says Connie "In Search of a rtarrins Constance Talmadge, opened a three- day engagement yesterday at the Em press-to' at all shows iiThe. picture gives Mlsa Talraadge more opportunities for displaying her' personality than any of her previous productions. It has proven b> fari her best In every way. s-The action of the .play revolves around a girl's somewhat insane de sire to "be wicked" and take the wickedest man In New York for a, husband. But being ejrtremeljJ wicked, Constance Talmadge finds equally as hard as being extremely i good. Hence, when she finds the wickedest man available a member of "The goes In don and Havre, and the Mel 1U, also tame man' emees with of the C. Liverpool. Both surprising success wlln liners are, due'In Quebec on Saturday and in Montreal on Sunday. ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION SAILS NORFOLK, VA., Oct. Nor- wegian steamer Thor, carrying the British Imperial Antarctic expedition under the command of'John li. Cope, the sailed yesterday !afler coaling here'for the trip to-the Shet- land Islands where the'expedition'.will leave the vessel. The next stop of the Thor wlll.be at Montevideo, Iwhere two additional members of the party and two dogs forrjhe sledging work Will be picked UNION JACK eURN'ED IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Oct. SS.-i-Sevei'nl hun- dred persons solemnly burned a Union Jack on East Si'.h Street, Wednesday as a protest against the display of a British emblem in the second storey window of the apartment occupied by Mrs. Wm. a citizen .of. the United States, born In the North of Ireland. Mrs. Sadler displayed the British flag whllo her neighbors were unfurling flags of the "Irish' Republic" In reverence to the late Lord Mayor MaeSwIney. CANADIAN LABOR TO BE REPRESENTED OTTAWA. Oct. The Dominion Trades and Lubor Congress executive has decided to accent the Invitation extended by the international federa- tion of trades union, and will eend a delegate from Canada to the conven- tion which Is to be held In London, England, on 22. JUMPED FROM .TAP. OF THE ZoYrl FLOOR DENVER, Oct.- ?9.-Jame8 Rlley. aged 62, of Deli-oil, last evening Jump- ed from the Daniels 'a'na'Plilier low- er, 20 stories high, but lit on a balcony three floors lower. He broke both legs Physicians say be will prob- ably recover. NEW APPOINTMENT WINNIPEG, Oct. R. Camp- bell, formerly; genera! superintendent of tbo Canadian National .Railway lines at Vancouver, has been appoint- ed general superintendent of .western V Search of a Sinner' Is dlstribut cd by First National Exhibitors' Cir cult and Is guaranteed to hand you a laugh per flicker. A special Sunshine comedy, which Is far the best seen for sorao time, together wlth'VJutt' and Jeff, completed the program, one that you cannot help but MARTIN HARVEY TO TOUR DOMINION IN A NEW REPERTOIRE The definite announcement Is made Trans-Canada Theatres, Ltd., that E the distinguished English actor-man-i Mr. Martin.Harvty, and his Lon-' Tie fastest oomedjr drama of year, I Af 1 to Search Of A Sinner'7 WITH CONSTANCE TALMADGE at last; Handsome hero, apparently Peppy, Lively, N'aughtjr, Nice! Silks and spice anil everything nice! what this Is made out of 1 "Back to Nature Girls" A Special SUNSHINE Positively the greatest laugh- maker this year, MUTT AND JEFF In one of their funniest pic- tures. A show real- ly, 'that the m p r e s I a proud to pre- 1 lent.'Showing at popular Itli ycyf (iiiu nig IXtn-' don company, wlil leave England for Canada on the S. on JV- 20th, will. Job! v on lha will) his first appearance.-in- Canada, his Uat viait several years ago In Montreal on next. -Mr..Harvey's of lengthy negotiations which have been brought to a successful conclus- ion by Mr. Oeo. P. marK the Beconii of the series of All- British atlractlons hooked'by.Trans- Canaila Theatres, for tho special entertainment ot Canadian theatre- goers. The famous actor his'ma'de a spci- a! selection froni his extensive repnr- olre with Ibo object of giving Canad- ians an opportunity of seeing him in plays which ho has not hitherto played here, as two of the old fav- orites. v.On the tour from Montreal west- wards he will alternate In "The Durgo- master of Stllwnuilo" and Uar- rlck On his return Pacific coast eastwards he will present three Plays: "The Only "Tho Breed of the and his: own pro- ducllon of Here Is a list of plays which covers the whole range of drama from purest comedy to most sombre tragedy.- ft will serve not only 16 IlltfstraU the great aclor's versatility, but also pro- vide a variety theatrics! entertain- nienl which has not been excollod bf any actor on either side of tho Allan- lie since Mr. Harvey's last visit, and is. In fact, a more comprehensive re- PSrloIro than any be hag hitherto pre- nnes of the Canadian National and scnted outside of Sr m, Qran.1 Trunk Pacific lines, according Mr. Martin Krial to an announcement ot A. E. Warren, Ity, the higha "am'of hlWaclS thn .uunjv Ms unique sundlng.among Bog-' COtONIAL TONIGHT' Country 'Store jVodvil Nile lat In Cash Ooodln of other rme prizes. Come tarly .GREAT SHOW Today-Saturday BIG DOIN'S "WHJZ AND WHISKERS" 2-reel .-Vitagrapli scream. JACK DEMPSEY IN JACK' UNIVECSAL SPECtAL ;5.30 to 8 P.M. SALAD Sliced Tomatoes Queen Olive' SOUPS Consomme Clear _' Cream ,of Asparagils FISH .Fried'Lake Trout, Tartar Sauce hteanied BC Salmon, Egg Sauce ENTREES Boiled Fresh Chicken, Celery Sauoe Breaded Lamb Cutlets, Tomato Sauce Baked Lean I'ork, Fried Sweet Potatoes, Apple Fritters, Cream: Sauce ROASTS Stuffed Domestic Goose, Currant Jelly Prime Rilia of Beer, Au Jus Leg of Veal, Sage Dressing .VEGETABLES or Mashed Potalo SALAD Fruit.Salad DESSERTS Green Apple, Hot Mince, Mostori CreKtn Fio Plum Pu'ddlng, Vanilla Sauce Jelly fwith Whipped Cream Tea Coffee r Milk y'i ;