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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE THE LETHBRIDGE'DAILY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER tO, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE PICKED UP if .PORTHE BUSY MAN UApproiimateh Imml- CTants have entered the I'. S. In the century Of these 7.205.676 carno the British 1 les; from CWmanv 4 TOO740 from Italy; 4ft jfrpm Austria Hungary; L Russia, and 2 .34.414 from Scan- Arbulhnott. new head ot Scotch house, ;is now a rn Canada. Tho new vis- nla "Rife owu the Spotted ranch In and are cow residing. Aere. Ho recently succced- M 'if the title CoabtMler J. O. Ramsden Is sus- gcsteJ'by the Globe as the prob- able iihdidste in Northeast Toronto to fill the vacancy cauSedvby the retirement of Hon. Dr. H J Cody The dite of tho election lias not been given out by the govern- jnent CJ A blood sucker which fastened it- heel uliile she' was fading In a treek caused the death pf'Enua BHeise. leu-year-old daughter '.of at lientou Harbor, Mich lira bcllued the sucker was !rahQfiried so in the flesh that i head remained when its body was f -i off i iJ ciuscd blood-poisotiing. i "Asked vhat he thought of. tlioj fv. adrniLhtrUiou in Oulario. CM Liberal t i uld in an at Vancouver 1 that Premier Drayy was winning f new supporters steadily. He was giv- j ing the soveriinienl and j doubt but tflal he would be-returned In the of a general election. The first legislative assembly of consisted .of twenty-five NEW CANADIAN LINER LAUNCHED Ankle''Is New Picture With Young lace Stars May Tully Stage Farce Said To Pro- vide Excellent Vehisie For Lively Pair EMPRESS TODAY and TOMORROW Mar Tully's well known stage farce "Mary's'Ankle.'.' hes been adapted into what Is pointed to be a 'hilar- funny Thomas-H. Ince motion picture ami -will-be'-shown for two days commencing today at the Em- press Douglas MacLeao. May ?is the costars. These well Vy this time Country Store night big jaiiKb, night and id- alghfs eTenf ,wlll be no exception; Owen Moore, the popular star will be seen In Or. a rip- roaring fiv.i) act as special photoplay feature on the bill. Jimmy Aubrejr, thje rollicking Vltasrapt comedian, will appear In "Dames and a .two-reel screamer and Jack Dempsey, world's champion, will be seen in the second episode of "Daredevil the Colonial's aew serial. Added to all He aiovo which sched- uled for totiighl, the Colonial orches- tra Is now up to full strength for the fall season, six soloists'being in the organization.. Patrons are advised fo attend early tonight as seating capacity la limited. 'SHERRY" IS LOVABLE SHEEP BLACK- young 'already made a. of us, There Is BO much bad In the best runic "lor- ktliemjelvcE in "Tv Three and a-linlfdlours' e and a-HnlMlours' said best comedy pic- ture lhevBeasbn. "Jlary'it Ankle-" is about a doctor and patients who was persuaded by. friends to announce, his marriage-in order to collect a fortune troni a rich When tie uncle "Twenty- And BO much good in the worst of That it hardly behooves anv of. us To talk, about the rest of'us. That Is tho way we feel after re- viewing the Edgar Lewis- Pathe .feature which opened its en gagement at the Pheonlx Theater yesterday. with her parents. In early I and nsuslo tUal could be desired bv chlldhoocj she settled In AlameJa, suburb of Oakland In California. She will- appear Mikado" singing Yum yum- to Jefferson Da Augolls aud J. Hvimblrd ilulfey's XankI I'oo." wteu the libyal Kug- lisli Opera company appears at Jhe Majesii? theater on -Monday night September twenfifJ.h. the most evicting lalron of tbls type 'of entertainment, and comcihlux bs- sides' that 'class." may be deserlled as The new Canadian liner "Empress of as she took the water for LADY BURNHAM SAYS WE ARE WASTEFUL The assembly today has J Blxtj two members, only thre.o of T whom 'occupied' "eats house I years ago These" are Hon. 'George Langeb M. L. A. for'Red- 1 berry and provincial of affairs John" IX Stewart, M. A. for Canmngton, and deputy of'-the house; and T.-H. i Garry 11 L. A for Yorkton, and gov- whjn The lor Won war memorial com-i rsiittee'is'now takins :tsp: to complete jt has decided to erect a monnme'nt and open a boulevard in the central portion of the city. The site selected for the'iriemorialMs at the Inlersectioii of .Second avenue and Darlington latter "thoroughfare widened by 5.S feet from .First to .Third avemues, and'to be re- Linngstone boulevard, "hi memory of an ex who made the Eupreme sacrifice in 'France. f __ In the senatorial primaries In Okla; 1 liqnia and North Dakota the present Senators from these Owen Gronna respectively, were de- ated The result qf the. latest Sena- primary that is it has he'en 'a defeat'for tSe iMr. KIrby. Tho Terits in North Dakota and Arkansas td ji complete exclusion from Senate of the twelve "willful men" hS talked to death the'bill to arm. ilups against, Germany in FREIGHT RATE INCREASE 1 HITS LUMBER -BUSINESS i WINXIPEG, Sept. The Increase k'. .''fin freight rates will seriously affect .j ,y i j Canada's export trade in lumber to ''TORONTO, Sep'i: Burnham, llie. British, Isles, so G. Owen, a lum- who-with several of the latlles in the Dcr dealer from London, England, said Imperial Press party visited the Can- adlan National Eshibition here yes- terday, expressed asloalshmfnt at [he wastefulness cf tho Canadian people, j MORE: VIOLENCE IN "Yoa waste she said. "Food, lumber, walerpower every- You cut down trees and In- announces his coining, the youth Isj "Sherry" Is a delicious contribute unable to produce L the bride. But fate [from the pen of George Uarr Me causes.'a pretty 'girl to sprain her Cutchedn, who writes romantic tales that appeal to tho masses.. Men. as! well as" the more susceptible sex, ad- mire his. fighting heroes and his: beautiful heroines. i The story tell ot a youth who' thought money was for the sole pur- pose'of spending, and Sherry knc'.v the quicKCBt way. to get rid of- It. When he bid good-bye to his last dinu NOVELTIES OF 1920 That which promises to bo one of the notable events of the season will take placo at tlio Majestic on Tues- day H, when tloyle Wool- folk's Novelties of 19JO will be prc semei. H is ills latest aud uest et- fort, a travesty on important events. "The Novelties of 1920." which will have tho popular comedian, Bloom, ('That's iny Iu tho principal comedy role, .lias been characterized as possessing distinct originality, applying alike to baok. music, scenic effects and costumes. This production fa sard to differ from most EO called revues In that It takes as material for travesty, not staply theatrical hits of recent months bu't niaoy avents of current interest in world 'history and tho most blase' theatorgder. must concede that It is distinctive, is different, it has all the sparkle and .brilliancy of book, lyrics Ing Hies. Ku oivr. 1 atlou Or. Om-e's Oiiitiu-iit will relievo >ou at wicy 1 ana srJurJ lijlinj .bcustl. a dtalcrs, or Kalei A Co.Ljnilted i XcrcutA Sitaiile H-jx free It jGJ> riienllwi ttda '-----r and enclose 'X. sumip to pay postage. ankle In front ot.bis ofiico, and then j the fuu commences. Also Paramount Msck Sennett ccgi- edy scream, "The Gingham Girl." Children, attend iho matinee to- raorfow. Get your coupons on the Fatty Arbuckle car. ATTRACTIVE "HIP" VAUDEVILLE BILL'AY COLONIAL -MONDAY- TUESDAY. That the Hippodrome circuit vaude- ville will 'get away to a good start for the new season whlcb. opens at the. Colonial theater on Monday and ho turned to the straight and narrow path, toed the mark, went to work. and finally, became the town's moSel citizen. Ot course, there was a certain Miss Somebody who played an Important part in the regeneration. A deep, dark mystery involving a burglar or two ________ Tuesday by the excellence and a family peps the story au AS CIRCULATION OF The circulation of the London unday Pictorial, a tuppenny news- aper, is: now in excess of :ie newspaper has admitted the pub- c into tho ownership of the property by offering for public subscrlp- v-T i Have You 'FURNITURE I For Disposal The big Inefease In .freight makftB abfe as to whct'h'enjt'jWlH p.ay tOjShlp if you are v There Is a for good used furniture at the present time ami prices ob- tained at auction eminehtjy Batlsfactory. BEFORE YOU DECIDE what to do, I should appreciate the favor of a ;call, tind 1 will gladly advUe you t6 best of my 'ability. I have saved people hun- .of dollars (and have the letters to prove It) by giving them straight forward advice on how to get the most for their goods. DON'T SELL ALL YOU -CAN PRIVATELY and then what you are unable to dispose a not the class of business SEE ME FIRST and when 'you 'have heard my proposl- tlqn, use your own Judgment. It uuc i ut n'rfctler if you have only a small quantity; you will receive the same courteous treatment as though'you had a carload. My service at your, dis- posal FrankWaddington AUCTIONEER 770; 469 BROOKLYN STRIKE YORK, Sept With a, cad of cutting them near the ground deadlock apparently -reached in the m saw several feet from strike of Brooklyn Itapid Transit com- ground. You allow your fallen paiiy employees, Violence was tuber to lie around and rot." i reportsd today, the twelfth since the Bnt the waste of food was what ap- The company has ailed the visitor from, overseas mo'st asked for greater police protection. i Reports were .received att police headquarters that tho body" of a man alleged to have bceii a strike breaker had been found in Coney Island creek; that alleged aitempjls to ehort circuit currents .had resulted in several coaches and railrqad-Ues catching fire and: that break switches bad been pulled near the Brighton Beach elerat- on 500.000 cisht per cent. cumviatiTS ed termi'ia lln Coney Island. ______ referonce. shares at each. The endors retain ordinary shares i each: The advertising rate ot.this news- aper ib pgr page per iuser- on. type pages 13 1-2 10 1-1 ichcs. That Is, the single column ate is 13 1-? inches, which Ives a line rate of about or 90.16 an inch. The circulation revenue .ft 1 cent et per copy works out at over 00 per week or issue. MAIL PLANE RECKED KbKHAUT, Chi- ago-Xew York United States mail lane driven by Lieut. Iltddelsliarger ras wrecked In landing in a corn field icar here this morning. The pilot "as not Injured. GREEKS LAND TROOPS- CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. ransuorts of Greek troops have land- at Israldi on tho Gulf of Ismld, piles southeast of Constantinople, replacing the Uritislt hcreraccording to advices received I of the' opening bill. Four fine acts make'u'p th'o bill, together with a spe- cial photoplay bill and an orchestral concert. ISrady and Wilson, a clever pair of raudeville artists will present their7 entertaining' musical specialty act. The'rhave fine singing voices-which harmonize well with their inslninieht- J playing. Colorful costumes and' lighting effects enhance their act "special event on the bill will be the -appearance ot Bob Roberts, last season's featured comedian with the Cohan "Follies" company.' Roberts styles himself "A.Corter In and'as a blackface comedian he has few eauals. Comedy songs ahrl paro- dies with a good stock of stories anrl witty sayings are offered by Bon Roberts in his owri' Billy and Babe drove will--offer their own briginoM'Einging and' danc- ing act Into vfdich they introduce some lively instrumental -work. Babe Grove, a pretty little miss, looks dances well and sings and with the versatile Biily-Grove keeping up the comedy in the act, the.pair otthem I furnish a breezy fifteen minutes ol fun. Tho novelty act on the bill will he offered by Deveau, Dell and-Joe in their? act which; "Brilliant Bits ot have sur- rounded themselves with a vehicle which embraces comedy and song, pro duced in a manner- that shows care ful attention to every llltle detail. "Who's Your a piclorla: sensation will top: the photoplay bill Other items on the bill will be some good comedies, and a fine orchestral concert by Ihe Colonial concert orches- tra. A special dp.ily matinee will he given at and Iwo shows at, night, 7 and 9, will be offered. up into a romantic thriller: The which boasts no stars, could not have been better. Girls who ike a boy with just a flash of wild- ness in his make-up will be captivated iy Pat O'Malley as "Sherry." Lillian Hall spirited Morna O'Brien, and tlie rest of-tae cast Is entirely satis-. tn rt4 (Tablets or Granules) L INDIGESTION With or without walert pleasant to take. QUICK RELIEF! Price, HADE BY SCOTT BOVVNC MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION If we may be pardoned for recall- days gone by, we would say that "Sherry" is a flip for the thirsty. JAPANESE PRIHA DONNA Never before, however, bave we had In English-speaking Japanese prima donna, a prima donna "whose sole work has'been on-the concert stage and in light opera. Such a prima donna, (neYerthelesB, Is Hana Shimozumi, ersl- .whiio star of..the'Galip'.O'pSM com- pany, who'is contemplating thelrans- continenLal tour with the Royai' Eng- lish Opera company being rent to this city by Messrs.'John J. Mac Arthur and Laurance A'. Lambert. Miss Shimozuml has crowded more fame into her twenty-three years than many artists achieve in a life time. First she attempts what no other na- tive artist had tried before, namely to aing in English and to interpret English humor and comedy. Her suc- cess is notable. Miss Shimozumi's best work is as "Yum Yum" in the sterling "Mikado" and as "O Ttliuiosa San1' in the delightful "Geisha." Hana Shimozuml left the land of Puji-Yama as a child and' came to NOW PLAYING 7 ACT 7 ACT TONIGHT TOMORROW JiJncQ bresQirta Country Store Night at Colonial Tonight OWEN MOORE, fry "Socsner or Selznick Pictures 1 At the Colonial Friday and Satuday. SCHOOLS BREAKS ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS Tn' order to correct numerous inac- curate comnienta In the 1'ross. tlio Minister of Education has Riven out the exact records of Normnl Scliool enrolment at the'present time and n comparison of enrolment with that of Jirevious years. There are now three Normal Schools in the Prov- ince where formerly there were but two, At tho School one hundred anrl fivo students arc In at- tendance. In the Oititrary School there are one hundred and arid In the (.'.i in roan Kcluiol one hun- dred nnd seventeen, making in nil rm enrolment of three hundred nnd .eiRhty. In addition to this tiiere will Tonight's the family night at tile cosy Colonial theater, for it's Friday, r.nd that means Country Store J'odvil Kite with all it's prizes, laughs and novelties. First prize tonight will be ,a brand now fivo dollar bill, second prize will be a Back of flour, third prize will be a Ion of coal, and ninety- seven other Drlzcs'wlll be handed ouL as well. Colonial patrons know full Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor he a clnsa of I'njvurslly graduates to niter at Christmas and theso stnd-1 The jirohabltily Is that bnts will graduate with the others In idacs will puss out with .i'-.f In a special short course class yrHtlimtf'rl, but tliis I riK-nt will that of 1019 even when tlic sliort course Is included. Almnt oue luiiiiliod and twenty, or I less tinui one thirtl of tho students, j are Ijnins nssistnd by tlovernment t lofins. nnd tiiis policy is, scrviim Itn purpose In way. f 01 the totnl nimibfr enrolled only j ninety are not fully quti'Ulled. to enter the School on account of hav- ing failed to pass their recent e.vnmin- j ntioiin Iu more than two aubiects. i Jlpiiy nf Ihosn will wll.o off Ilinli- ron. dilloiial subjects In the present and the others will be given special I tuition and an examination soon after i the clOr-ro of (ho N'onnnl School year, i the entire J April. From past experience .the an any previous Wdy of leach- Tarlment may safely count ujlttn not j era. While one'might, hope tor li still fewer than thirty In this special clasp.! showintr, the situ at Ion Is not at sq tnnt the tntal rimilmcjul wjll bo discouraging, .and the. fnct that together well over four and i pcoptn oveffwhc're are renllzing the n all prohahilily four liumlred nnd ir-r-spity only paying good twenty-five. salaries. also of providing suit-1 Only once before lias'Iho ttilal in- abld living Mi-ominoriatlon for loach- rolmont In Ihc PrnvlniM! at ono time ITS. will "liable tho 1'rovltiM: to con- I exceed three lumdrcii, tiid that was i tinuc thn steady that is bc-i I mudu. fil 1015, A JEST 1C Special Return Engagement TUESDAY, SEPT. 14th AND GORGEOUSLY GIRLIF is A MuncAU Reyut? OF 2D -NUMBEW ElABOPATE PRppUCTIOfl Prices 75c, 50c Scats on salt Saturday at Armstrcng 5. nnwbrth'a no'rtl br Bsrr Csn a youth be entirely bad if little -children love him, End dogs know him as a friend? If the world and its are against him can a man come back from the depths to the heights.' Sherry is rare ro- mance. Sherry is heart pierc- ing entertainment. Also SUPREME COMEDY "MOLLY'S MUMPS" and PHOENIX ORCHESTRA'- Anlde Deliciously Shocking! Vastly Entertaining! He was a doctor without practice and r. spender without funds. So he sent a "fake" wedding an- nouncement to every one he knew nnd planned to live on the returns. Which made him "hus- uand" without a wife! WhaJ has this fo do Mary's an- kle? Everything I Screamingly Funny! Tensely Interestlngl TONIGHT Come tjoin'. Country Store VodvilNifc! 1st in cash 2nd of Flour. 3rd of Coal. Ninety-seven other prizes and Laughs and Novelties Galore ALSO Paramount-Mack Sennett Comedy "THE GINGHAM GIRL" Children's 'MiUlnee.y r Tomorrow D C your, coupons on (lie Fatly Ar- Tonight and Saturday OWEN MOORE wHo once upon a time In the days gone by was "Mr. Mary Pickford" IN "Sceieror Later" Here's a co'rlilng fine picture. It's one of those dcllclouijly fun- ny farce conic-dies that keep you laughltig and giggling, till the fade out at Iho finish. Ifi? in five happy snappy reels all clmck full of gurgles. Jimmy Aubrey (tin Vltiigrnjih comr-dlaii in "Dames and Dentists" a riotously funny Vltagraph two reel scream Jack Dempjey in J T 1 11 J-'OICUCVII JUCli 2nd cpisnrle Monday and Tuesday irame CIRCUIT VaudeviDe ;