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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGirT x THKUSTHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD "THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS. is JL, G. N.R. ANDG.T. P.'MEN TO ASK MOHE MONEY; 1 Oliver Curwood's greatest story ot the Vllagraph'comedian, will bo seen iu i Canadian North ''the Courage of "Maids and MuBiic. a two-reel riot. Marge uiansger Len Brown fl PHKS AND FREIGHTERS'has decided to give- the school chll- (.LbKrVb AIMJ r ntiun r-rxa spetiar opportunity of seeing As usual, Charlie Beresford and Ills orchestra will otter a line, musical fr___ .__ gram. Y A'uiorning inatlnee will Iw i Patrons are resiifiifully asked to glvtn on Monday morning o'clock altenj as ear'y. as possible on Krlday at whli'h the children will he admitted j nlehl as; seating' rapacity Is limited, for ten cents, this telDK a considerable; and no tlekete will be sold once the Of what was Tavlsh afrildT Set "The Courage of. iCplonlal Monday. WINNIPEG.. SepL i for aa increase In wages and for a re- [vision of working conditions affecting i approximately clerks and freight' from the regular prices for i lionse Is sold out The doori will ho 1 handlers oa the p. K. K, and ft. T P.) hu aUracUou. lines hetweeai Armstrong and wjll especially revel in; j opened sharp! at T o'clock. District Exhibit Will Be Feature Program 'i is Lining Up "Well -Brerythiug is 'being done to make ihe fair 011 Sep- tember 23 and 23 pi month a suc- f Ro- tan Cluh todair add these are of Cecil B. Deittiiie Ranks High Among Artists of Screen Beauty Is Keynote .of Producer in Photoplay, Your VVhy Change run in Ruperlfiland. WILL HIT WINNIPEG PROFITEERS particular interest lo farmers of the district. The Coaldale Commercial Cluh offered a special prize of two hundred "dollars for the best dis tnct displav of sralLS, grasses and The Dittnct Competition Entries for this must be in the hands of the secretary not later than the lath ot September The fqllow- Ine regulations govern the contest: 1 Exhibits are limited to. one from (2) The Coaldale-LUhbndge dis- tricts will not be allowed to enter this competition, The articles exhibited in eacji display must be in each re- spective district during this year. (4) Pour or more districts laiist In order to make a contest. less than four districts premium will be reduced one half. The exhibits will be judgei1 on the 'basis of 100 Ter cent as follows: On of vegetables on variety of grams on adaptation rand 'commercial eml artistic etfecl, entry fees will he made for Another Special Special pnie No i is for individual gram aud Tegetable display and Is 'donated-, by the Siiggitf Agency, of Coaldaie The become the: property ot.the donor. .For it 'flfts dollats or a cup of the same value awarded to the winner. This special is governed bv.regu- No. part .of Exhibits entered In this competition ian compete for any other 12) Fntry for space must be made by Seplimber 15, jlisfilay adapted to space allotted. (3) DisplajB must be completeh installed bv 10 am September 12 (4) All ex- hibits must have been raised in 1920 s products must have been raised ou one farm to) Only pro ducts ;of the soil used in the making of mis exhibit .The.exhibits will be Judged "50% iiO% for variety, and 20% rfpr arrangement. t a potato display a special.prize offered. This will he.donat :ed'by the CoaKiale branch of tbs Standard Bank ot.Canada and .will be for the best general display of pola toes of' not less than three Tarietle or more than six One half bushel d each varietv IB called for Tbe first prize v.ill be tlO.OO, ond'tioO, and third Jo 00 Forcthe'bcst peck of white'potatoes prizes vrlil be given as.follovrs: Is 50, 2nd ?5 00, 3rd 00 t ForKthe best-peck of potatoes, cjher1 variety "than wi be given as follows 1st 2ni 000, 3rd The; potato displays will be "Judge H% quality, fo fiuenesa of type, K% for uniformity for color, and 10% for smooth ness. r iJ'roffesslqnal market gardeners wi: 'have a'llttle .tmttle of'their own fo the best display, ot vegetables roots. '-This is another of the man altracUre specials, anil for first prls 116 will te siren, and J10 for th second. They will be jsdged as fo lows: Commercial value, (jua Hy, Tarlety, arrangemen 1-% For Oraln DfepUy Tho Ellison JMilllng anrt Mevato .Company has donated a special-priz for the best collective display of gra'" 'n of tario1. liinds The sheaves must be in bu dies of not-less-th'ah four Inches diameter just below the heads. Th exhibit cannot compete In any oth classes, and Judges are to pay pa -tlcular nviButiOri to the rfualfty, iety, excellence and'designs of d play and adaptability of the .gra to .this rtistricl. :The first prize will be the so ond JlO and the third J5. t t'arni I'roduilB Limited have do atcd prizes for the display i Brasses and .forage, crops. Thu ,exhlb miist he put in by individuals' and on of each 'Jklnd mugt; he shown The first prize Till bo j. r third WINNIPEG, ;Sept. plan by which Ontario.'.'fruit growers will sell their apples direct to Winnipeg sum'ers'is .beiug'worked out lyr Mayor Gray, who says the people are tired prices" of the fruit man. Slandins shoulters high-ahovc the mass of motion directors are tbe few.men who .represent tha mas- ters of the profession. Among them. Cecil B. DeMllle ranks with the high- est.. A pioneer in the "photoplay Mr. DeMille brought to his task of Picture producing tbe ideals .of a true artist MEN' ON STRIKE CITY, Sept. one thousand workers unexpectedly went "put on strike here yesterday. They arei mostly "mill hands, but it is reared 'will spriad.'to the street car the best vehicle this popular aud well. known comedian, has appeared la, and one thai gives him better op- portunities to exploit his well-known talents as a: favorite laugh-maker. "Vt'oolfolk'B Novelties ot 1920" which p.t tbre Majestic, matinee aud night, next Saturday, is ot the revue style oi musical tomedy. and of this class is one of the bMgntest winners ]6( the year: The. irtofc is by John P. author of aud many j vaudevplo hits... Music by Felix Rice, composer, of "Honeymoon another, of Boyle W'oolfolk's many successes that rah all summer at the La Salle theatre, 'Chicago. This pretentious offering will con- sist of fourteen scenes ol satires and travesties of the leading events ot thc- day, among' which the funniest are "The "The llevo iAvm launch Hoom." and Max Bloom land his horse also the many i song which are "Nobody's i "The pllv'er "Dinah" and ifereut Ways .of Making and NOTICE la ocder that school pupil in the city may have an opportunity of seeing "The Courage of Marge O'Doone" the great Canadian story by JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD A SPECIAL MORNING v MATINEE will'bo given at 11 o'clock, at ''THE COLONIAL THEATRE On Monday Morning ;Next (Labor Day) 'At reduced-prices' of 10 CenU EMPRESS FOUR DAYS Starting Mon. Perhaps the secret of ilr. .others.; The'scenery and costumes are successes the fact that lie is a rare ;entirely new and a joyous rainbow of comblnatlijn of Imaginative artist and beauty. realist.. He is a dreamer who sets r' Among tlie company, in addition to about making sher- Dons Can- in a perfectly natural manner. If, as Jack O'llalley. lienee Kayne Ar- in "JIale. and a 'tropical Ihur Selby, Harry O'Lynn. Lillian Ray. island were necessary as a' hack- i more' others, with ths fam BROOKLYN CQMFANY FIGHT FOR CARS YORK, oper- ation was resumed under -heayy po- lice guard .in: Brooklyn this rnornlng tor''the first lime since the, Brooklyn. Rapid Transit.strike began. Eighteen heavily screened cars were sent .out oh'tlie first attempt, and a .were added later. Officials lioped increase 'the number of surface rs during the day, It was stated. BropWyns Rapid Transit officials nnoiinced that 90 elevated .and ay trains were In operation at nine ground; Mr. DeMIlle' set .to -work' con- structing one. "When completed, it he .told froiiv the "genuine article. Beauty is tlio keynote of De.MlUe production. To secure this, no -expense of .tinie, niqney, or effort Is spared. In-this latest Change Your scheduled for the Em- press theatre next DeMille has taken for his theme a' strikingly dramatic phase oryoung married life. Thomas" Melghan and flloria Swanson "William XH'cJ of C li an agio In Kitchener are, the jleading though the cast is practically..; all-star .'and in- cludes such favorites as Bebe Daniels nnd Theodore Kosloff.- COUNTflV STORE NITE AT ous "Girlie" chorus that look, sing, dance and fill "the eye anil ear. Boyle Wo'olfolk.. the producer, has personal atten- tion, and his fame.as a producer of high-class "Offerings has been outdone In the'present'whirl of song -and dance.. _ STRONG SUPPORTING CAST FOR BLANCHE SWEET PLAY .Friday and Saturday Blanche Sweet IN SIMPLE SOULS A Romance of Lova and Laughter; also SUNSHINE COMEDY FOX OF THE DAY Last Times Tonight' VIRGINIA PEARSON m "Queen of Hearts" Cecil B. DeMillQ? PRODUCTION CHANGE With Thomas Meighan, Gloria Swanspn, Bebe Theodore Kosloff Where was the girl he married? Where the jure, the glamour, the ecstatic sweetheart Faded, into drab matrimony. Was he wholly to '.blame when another woman, aglow with the Joy of liv- slipped into the place in his life which his wife had left vacant? Was he? A vital, intimate picture of the greatest problem pf love and Dressed In all the luxury, color and feminine beauty that distinguished DeMlEle's "Male and and: "Don't Change Your ANK OF; ENGLAND STATEMENT. LONDON, Sept. weekly atement" of Bank of England s the following changes in pounds' crifng: Total reserve, decreased 1.585.000. Circulation Increased Bullion increased oT535.f' Other, securities decreased Public deposits increased Xotes reserve decreased government securities Increased -I The proportion of the bank's reserve la 11.56 per ent.j last week It was H.30 per cent, .ale of discount 7 per cent. Blanche Sweet was so impressed with the possibilities lor superb.acl- ing-when. she. read Ihe script -for her latest Pathe.Spe- cial, that she personally insisted that every step be takpn to secure the very! ________________ .i best actors obtainable for her sup- curiwiiur L. t .COLONIAL FRmAY. NIGHT porting cast As a result, careful LAST SHOWING t- Uhought'was given by .the casting di- to the Individual members' of a_ thousand'laugns', hub-1! the. company, and "an exceptionally ITMPRESC MARYPICKFORDIN1HEHOODLDM' It's good, clean, high grade comedi with just enough drama to you r fc to hroathe dred -novelties, a big special stage set-: ting, and Si Perkins himself, are all: ready to be turned '.loosoi into -the arena at the Colonial 'Fri- day, night this week, on the occasion of the grand special 'opening'of the Fall and .Winter Country Store Vodvii Nlles. "Colonial patrons, this Frida'y are golng'to see more novelties and bigger ttm> than eyer. before. The alone 'will worth- carrying away.' Three' special-prizes will top the bill, one of which ;1s a brand new'Bra dollar bill: i Attractions on Friday and'Saturday will Include the opening: chapter of .he new Jack Dempsey serial, "bare- devil Jack." This is a.IoiiB.waitecI-for COLBY TO ACT WASHINGTON, P.' Valsh, chairman of the American onimisstpn for.Trisb independence, fter a conference today with Secrc- ary of Slate .Colby, announced that Ir. Colby had' promised lo endeavor o and do it quickly" n tehal.rof Terence JlacSwiney, .lord mayor'oE Corki now-'on a hunger strike .t Brixton, London. .Mr. Walsh said he askedjhe stale eparlinent to either offi- cially or personally, with Premier jloyd George to "who, he said, would die. within 12 hours. He made a similar request of Presi- dent Wilson la a letter left at the While House. Secretary Colhy, after Mr. visit, in response to questions, said he had plea, which had been present- ed to him, .under consideration. Cnrwfo'rd Impertinent TOI1OOTO, Sept Craw- 'or'd, who shrift himself as provisional ireeldent of the national executive of .he Sftlf-DeterminaUon for Ireland ple of Carwda, sent a telegram to .he secretary of elate al Ottawa, giv- ing warning that tho British govern- ment would he held guilty of murder If Mayor MacSwInoy of Cork died. strong aggregation of players appear In the.production with herl who plays the opposite. Miss Charles Meredith leading male role chance- to hroathe HERE.TOMORROW: CHARLES RAY; IN "PARIS GREEN" Sweet Is well known-on the stage, asj well as the screen, having beenjead'-i Ing man in a number, of Oliver Mor- osco slage productions. .Herbert Standing, who plays'the role, of his friend'and one' of .our best known character actprsr He has had considerable pearlng at one time, in the late Sir Henry Irvlng's company.1 Herhert Grliuwood :-ls a finished character actor whose ability, reaches its pinnacle in role of. Samuel Shine. well-known on opportunity to see Dempsey. himself, I botn and screen, gives a striking) I antl that the serial and" Jack" wlllprovt characterization of the: too-religious I Immensely.popular-goes." without say- mother. Kata whose Ing. Comedy will 'run riot th'rougbout tho rest of the feature is a special five-act coineily. "Every- thing But the a comedy mix; Up of newly-weds. Jimmy Aubrey, the In vrfhat'section of Coun- try are'heroism' danger part of the dally routine? See ''The Courage'of Marge O'Dtfone' at the Colonial dam? rolea are theatrical history, and; who'bas appeared with.Richard Mans-f flclrt, John Drew. Sothern. arid. Mar-' lowe, and Mrs. naw laurels in this.production.. Others prominent in the cast are Aaron Edwards, Oliver Bropst' and Frederick The production is one of the most lavish of -its kind ev'ir seen, there being over a hundred beautifully gowned extras employed. See-them at tbe Phoenix. IB SEEM FILM In Tleir of the fact that grekt In- terest Is being shown In the comlr.K cihlbltion at the Colonial Theatre, on aeit Monday and'Tuesday ot James Delmay's French Hair Tonic Ilen-.oves Dandruff. Daintily fumed. Strong antiseptic. Makes the hair full of life. Feeds the roots. An ideal hair Btlol-y. Bold by one druggist in every town. Price, Ono Dollar.a Bottle. If you are not satisfied wilh.lt your money will be refunded. S. Jackson, Phone Prescriptloii Specialist, opposite Silver Grill; COLO LAST TIMES.TONIGHT (THURSDAY) "THE END OF THE Friday Night Grand Re-opening of our Fall and Winter Country Store Vodvil lies All New; New Novelties; Spec- ial Stage Setting; One Hundred Prizes BIGGER, BRIGHTER, BETTER THAN EVER SEE SI PERKINS Come Early to get a Good Seat "MAIDS AND MUSLIN" Friday and Saturday Jack Deinpsey "Daredevil; Jaclif AND" LYONS and MQRAN In "EVERYTHING BUT THE TRUTH" Y Special Five Act Farce ANO JIMMY AUBREY AND HIS GIRLS (n. Some Show-35c and lOc-Some Show THEATRE WITH ID DANEINC MQVELTIES AHO 20 BBG SONG HITS IMSf RUJBtiyl ITCHING MELODIQUS BEWILDERING A CHORUS OF PRlf TY OfflliS GQHCeoUSLY COSTUMEB 75c, Matinee: 50c, 7Sc and ;